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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 20, 1898
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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C nil..MNMY/.M.OIM tlltl*rNEayiMAl KITS,caroU'sM BUNYoa.frt.M.t6,::S7.1: WEST PALM BEACH, BADE COUNTY. FLORIDA, JANUARY 20, 1898. VOLUME XI NO. 49.

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HERE AND THERE. I various towns and cities in the State, PERSONAL PICKINGS. COUXTY CORRESPO DEXCE. tion with his onion patch-between the I I TOWN TOPICS.

A.boa7 I and request them, where necessary, to .. .. two he will come out all right in the I I ...

SCUM .' "*.' This and That and appoint subcommittees, that all may People as They Come and Go-People You Interesting Items Gathered by Our Scribes end. Local Happenings From Our Note Book aid

Different Things. have an opportunity of contributing to Hay or May Not Know. Throughout the County. Mr. Porter Austin of St Louis, Mo., I From Otber Sources.

Ia' the relief of the two hundred thousand ,.. -,--
S was here last week inspecting our sunny
Fresh line of Fancy and Staple Groceries people in Cuba in actual danger of death Ex-Governor Gleason, of Ean Gallic UNION LOCALS. clime. I Chase &San born Coffees and Teas.

at G. G. Strohm's. and starvation. was in town last week. .. finest grown, at G. G. Strohm' *
Capt. Fred C. Voss made his regular
This cry of suffering, I hope, will M. K. Lvman is building a boat for Chas. P. Metcalf, of Melbourne, has
The trains from the Northare trip to Palm Beach last Saturday. He ;
passenger touch the heart of every Floridian, and a C. T. McCarty, one of Ankona's lead. the Canal Co. accepted a position with'George S
coming in pretty well loaded now had in tow a barge loaded with barrels
stream of sympathy and sustenance go Ing citizens, was in town this week. Adams in his Meat Market
and the number of tourists here is rap- out to its relief. L. G. Lyman spent Wednesday in of potatoes chickens eggs, bananas,

Idly increasing.The Checks for money contributed shouldbe Roy Hawley, of Union City, Mich., is West Palm Beach. &c. Rev. Walker will hold services for

latest reports from J. B. Beach's made payable and addressed to now filling the position or Clerk at the Mrs. A. Russler and son 'went to Palm We have been having some ideal the M. E. Church, South, in the K. of
Palms.
Indian River Nurseries state that many "Treasurer Central Relief Committee," Beach Wednesday. Florida weather and crops are doing P. Hall Sunday at the usual hours.

buds have not a leaf touched and none Temple Court, New York City. All contributions Miss May Metcalf has returned, after well, although a little rain would do everybody cordially invited to attend.L. .

were frozen except the limes and lemons of Supplies can be forwardedto Ii two weeks visit with her mother at Mrs. Dickerson and son Frank spent good. Crops are not suffering for rain,

and the injury to them was not at Agent Plant System. Tampa, Fla. Melbourne.Geo. Monday Lantana.J. only on the Island. Redenbeck has sold out his West

all serious. Witness my hand and seal of State -- Palm Beach dairy to W. H. Whidden

this loth day of January, A. D., 1898. Lyman, of Lantana, comes to F. Berk came up from Hillsboro Major Boynton of Michigan, with a who will hereafter supply the former

The new steamer Miami stopped over \V. D. BLOXHAM town occasionally one of the occasions Saturday for suppliesF. party of fifteen in number, will be here patrons of Mr. Redenbeck.

at the pier Sunday for a couple of hours being yesterday.Miss .
the and
(Seal.) Governor.By 27th inst, will occupy the Man-
on her way south, taking Superintend- L. Tenbrook went to West Palm alapan Cottage on the East Side of the O. W. Weybrecht is rejoicing over the

eat C. B. Koott of the East Coast Hotel the Governor. Attest : Secretary of Libbie Gass, of Syracuse, N. Y., Beach Wednesday on business. Lake for the season. addition to his family of a daughter,who

System, and a few othet guests aboard State. is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Geo. W. arrived on the scene Saturday last:

and along down to Miami. ------ Lainhart, over on the East Side. Geo. Lyman of Lantana, came down Mr. J. G. Parker a pineapple growerof The happy mother and bouncing little
Col. J. H. Livingstone Dead.
Tuesday with a load of goods for Lyman the fresh waters, Sundayed with J. W. daughter are both doing welL
- Frank W. Hall and of his
The second session of the East Coast some party & Co.
Porter. Mr. Parker need not
We to have to chronicle the come
regret
who are spending the Winter at Kirk-
Chatauqua will be held at Melbourne death of Col. J. H. Livingstone, Justiceof wood, just north of Lake Worth, were Mr. Redfield, of St Augustine, was around here trying to get a peep at the Bob. Kay, formerly in charge of the
horn Febuary 26 to March An excel- Lake Side Inn will be
7. now pleased to
the Peace for this district, and one of visiting in town Tuesday. here recently looking after the interests tlypolnxo girls. We have already more
lent program has been arranged for the have his friends call on him at Russell
the oldest residents of tbe place. of H. Camfield. boys than girls. We excuse him this
session and the meetings will no doubtbe time-if he wont do it more. & Go's in this town where he has accepted -
With no premonition apparently of J. E. Ingraham and party left Wed- any
Miss Florence Blackmer went to Mi-
interesting, and largely attended. a position for tbe season.
--- his coming demise, the Colonel went to nesday morning on his launch Alice fora ami Friday on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. .

The Royal Poinciana opened its doorsto bed as usual on Sunday evening, com- cruise down the canal and on tbe McCord of that place.R. BOYNTON BREEZES. Oscar DeB try, one of the draw

the public last Saturday for its fourth plaining a little of not feeling well, but rivers between here and :Miami. bridge keepers, who lives in the house

season, which gives promise already ofbeing assuring his friends that there was nothing W. Milburn and son Willie went to Mrs. Kopp was at Lantana Monday. out on the bridge, is rejoicing over the

u prosperous or more so than any serious the matter. Dwight A. Allen, who was in Key West Palm Beach Wednesday with a Freedlund Bros were at Linton last advent of a daughter, the little lady

of its predecessors Manager FredSterry At five o'clock next morning when West last week on a visit to his brother, boatload of vegetables week getting lumber and tomato plants. putting in her first appearance last Sat.

is at the helm usual. Mr. Waters, his boarding house keeper, U. S. Collector of Customs Geo. W. tOscar I urday.
as
Allen, returned home last Friday morn Lane of successful Prof. J. F. Berk has taken the old
went into his room, the Colonel was one our
I Dr.W.S.Graham of the law firm of
Donelson tract and is it ,
improving
I but ing. __ truckers has his field with rap-
We would call the attention of the lying still and seemingly sleeping, replenished
& in
idly. Robbins Graham, was the city all
proper authorities to three or four bad upou closer inspection it was discoveredthat County Judge A. E. Heyser arrived in' one thousand tomato plants. day yesterday engaged in a hearing in

places in the board sidewalk in the business he was dead evidently having town Tuesday and remained either hereor Bowen Bros launched their new boat
the Dade State Bank A. M.
County vs.
part ol) the town and trust they passed away without a struggle. hereabouts until this morning, when The launch Hazel, of Philadelphia, "Black Nancy" last Saturday, and it's a Wilder el al, before Special Master
Penn. passed through here Sunday en-
will be as prompt in having them repaired He was buried Monday afternoon in he left for home. Legal business helped daisy. Hon. A. E. Heyser. The Doctor rep-
route to Miami and other southern
this time as they were when their the West Palm Beach Cemetery. him to while his hours while here. '
away points. H. B. Murray planted an acre of wa- resented the defendant, and W. I. Met-
attention was called to a similar condition Col. Livingstone was 63 years of age, -- -.. -
termelons on E. B. Bartram's tract last calf, Esq., represented the complainant.
and was an old Confederate soldier, having R. after short but
of the walks last summer. J. Anthony, Jr., a
week which and doing nicely
HYPOLUXO HAPPEMXCS. are now up -
served under General Morgan. He pleasant visit with his parents, brothers, Services next Sunday at the Congregational -

We are informed that a chain has was wounded in the breast in one of the sisters and friends here, left Tuesday The Church at the usual hours. The
steamer Eclipse brought a
been put across the canal up at the many engagements in which he par- morning for Patterson, N. J., where he ,. tourists to Hypoluxo last week. partyof Andrew Ferry says it's time for this pastor will preach in the morning and

bead of the Lake and a toll is now ticipated, and was at one time made a is filling a position with the Patterson town to found a graveyard for emer- the Rev. E.W. Webb, of Boston now

charged on all boats passing through it, prisoner of war, but was exchanged and Railway Co. Mr. and Mrs. John Blown were passengers gencies that may occur. When Andy supplying the Poinciana Chapel pulpit,

the rate being ten cents a foot up to again entered the service. lie was a lives here long enough he will see that will in the evening. ChristianEndeavor
J. W. Massey, of Jessup, Ga., arrived on the launch Victor. Saturday, preach
forty feet, fifteen cents a foot up to two man who left many friends, being of a Tuesday to take charge of the Southern to Palm Beach.: no one dies in Florida meeting at 6:30, subject: "The

hundred feet and twenty-five cents a genial disposition For many years Practical Application of the Beatitudes."
office the Poinciana -
Express over at Royal
friends
foot on all over two hundred feet in he was a resident of Orlando, where be Mr. C. W. Pierce merchant and Major Boynton and a dozen All are welcome to these services, strangers -
E. A. Kuder who left
relieving will the Manalapan Cottage on
length.M. was well known. trucker of Eoynton, made his semi- occupy especially made at home.
Wednesday morning to take the run be- Beach for the begin-
The death of Col. Livingstone again weekly trips last week. Hypoluxo season,
E. Gruber one of our hardwaremen tween Jacksonville and Atlanta. Mrs. of this
ning January Kopp
makes vacant the office of Justice of -- 27. W. S. Gibbs, who, with his wife, were
furnished a fine new three-seated Mr. A. W. Garnett made place will the Cottage for the
a shipmentof
manage
the Peace, for the 6th Judicial Districtof S. Calkins of Los Angeles guests at the Palms, went over on the
business wagon to Capt. II. F. Hammon John Esq. Major.
Northern market laUweek
the
\Ve that the Executive tomatoes to Fresh Water Lake last and
Dade County. trust Thursday,
and for the
of the East Side, the first of the week. Cal. present campingwith from his Island farm.J. .
Committee will be able to find Col. Hall on the Kirkwood place Oliver Warrington, of Madeline, N. returned with a string of bigmouthedblack
The Captain expects to use it in carrying -
some man of solid judgment and moral York, arrived here last Friday night bass, weighing over thirty pounds,
caller at
visitors from the big hotels down to was a pleasant our sanctum M. Harper planted an acre to beans
stamina to fill the vacancy thus caused. and likes it so well that he will perma- with several four and five pound ones
this week Mr. Calkins finds it bene-
nee two or three of the finest and biggest last week. This is the fourth crop of
nently settle here. He will put in two in the bunch. :Mr. and Mrs. Gibbs left
.
rubber trees that are to be found on the -- ficial to get away from California cli- beans planted at Hypoluxo this season.
acres, and possibly more, pines and also Friday for a visit to Miami but will be
LOCALS. mate and visit Florida. He
ADDITIONAL occasionally
East Side, which he has on his place, ---
assist Prof. Berk in the care of Messrs. back soon for a longer stay here, for Mr.
and to which he has cleared out paths. w has spent several Winters in Florida :Mr. Charles Carroll shipped some tomatoes i
All kinds of Fresh Vegetables at G. G. during the last 25 years. to Cincinnati last week, that Green 3 nd Otis places here. Gibbs wants to do some more fishing.
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Nurseryman John B. Beach received a Strohm's. -- packed only seventy-six tomatoes to the
-- From the Spanish River and dance The :Masonic fraternity had a very
Ellis B. Wager, Editor and Proprietorof crate.
letter last week from a nurserman, up
in the State from which we make therollolll.ing As we go to press, the sad news is received Florida Star, published at Titus- episode, we should judge although we pleasant time last Wednesday night\
C.V.. has confirm it that the lone when Harmonia Lodge No. 138 met and
"I congratulate that Mrs. Bingham vine, was shaking: hands with friendsin The yacht "Providencia" was tied up could not Hy

excerpt : from frost.you just died. town last :Monday night, leaving on to Mr. H. D. Pierce'sdock one day last poluxo bachelor's answer is nay, for if installed the following officers: John H.

on your partial escape week, the occupants sight seeing on the we were in a like fix, we would considerour Hill, W. M.; C. C. Haight, S. W.; R.
Now is opportunity if still John Brown one of poluxo's un- Tuesday morning's train. For some .
your you Island. cake mighty poor dough, but where Cothron, J. W.; A. Nilson, Sec'y; John
have good citrus buds. From all the terrified vegetable grower:. was in town reason he failed to present his phiz to
nevertheless. N. Clark Treasurer John B. :Beach S.
there's life there's hope, ;
information obtain I led! tobelieve Saturday. ___ our quiz. This lack of biz on his partwe
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can am Bowen Brothers, their wives and D.; E. M, Brelsford and A. Hammerman -
will overlooK this time if he will
that a large share 0: the citrus The steamer Delia of the Indian River children, were here Sunday. Jim Por- Well, the freeze hit us but not so bad- Stewards; J. H. Smith Tyler; Past

nursery stock in this State is greatly Steamboat Sd\icC"', made. her first trip promise not to do so again.Mr. ter's banana' field was the center of at ly as at first thought, and the pineap- Master J. F. Lamond conducting the

damaged Mv own is apparently gone arriving here yesterday on schedule and Mrs. II. X. Sprague, of traction. -___ ples, especially the young fields, are installation.

to the stock, but cannot be sure until we time. The larger steamers will come uninjured; some not even nipped; others
have rain. that for the Jamestown, N. Y., are again winter visitors Mrs. Fred Dickerson and son were Charles H. MacDonnell Managerof
The chances
! are through soon __ somewhat scorched, but not badly.
on the Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Sprague here last Friday on business. They the Armour Fertilizer Works, at
will be
, next 6 to 7 months citrus stuck There will be from one-third to a full
l eacL. From It is said that the capitalists in the have spent several Winters on the Pa- were formerly residents of Boynton, but Chicago, who is visiting this section,
; worth" 50 cents to Ji oo bearing pines this Nearly
on
this it looks as though all who wish to.et North are eagerly seeking investments. cific Coast, but freely concede that Lake now of Miami. crop has reset their tomato year. fields, paid a visit last Friday to the Everglade

There are hundreds of opportunities in Worth is the most attractive place that everyone Pinery, and to his surprise, found the
out citrus trees this coming season,
in injured worse
Florida\ for the safe investment of they have found, in which to spend the Mr. C. Pence of Boynton, was show- : which, general, were plants growing and doing well, showingbut
would have to buy of our S uthernDurser'men at
as they will be the only money.-Journal of Commerce.C : Winter. At the present they are guestsof ing his smiling countenance in lIypoluxo than thought first..a little injury from the frost To have

N. W. Pitts at Pitts Island. Sunday afternoon. There are better something to show his friends or others

ones able to furnish citrus stock for I. Cragin and wife arrived from I times coming.J. John McLean and Ed. and Geo. who might be interested, the compara-

some time_M to-come.-_A_- -- Philadelphia last Thursday, and are i. Frank McRee and bride, Yaldosta, W. Porter made his weekly trip to Fowler left on last Saturday morning'strain tively little damage done by the cold

Help For Starving Cubans. again at home for the season at Reved Ga., were in town the fore part of the town the last of the week. Some say he bound north. They are the ad- he took a photograph of a fine field of

Ete, their beautiful residence on the : week and called on Capt. J. R. Anthony, vance guard of the West Falm Beach unprotected plants, all in fruit and ,
I goes on business; some say he goes for
Side just above Lake Worth. an old-time friend and neighbor of Mr. and route to that
State of Florida East I i pleasure. We think we know what he Klondike Co., are en growing finely.
McRee's in the days of "Auld Lang Alaskan Eldorado. At Jacksonville

To the People of Executive Florida : Department. The New York World is again: on top Syne." Mr. and Mrs. McRee were on goes for, but Jim won't own up. thpy will be joined by P. B. Radcliffe Upon a polite request, made by our

. its 1898 almanac which comes to bridal and like City :Marshal to the merchants and
with their tour, sensible peopie continue
. The President of the Unnited States The joung people of this place gave and the four will then on to $
with exchanges. The 1898 edition it down this beautiful others along our principal streets last
our took
us through Seattle where it is their intentons to
dance
the fashioned
has made an appeal to the people of I an old "rangle tangle" ,
is full of information as an egg is left for the week, to clean the street in front of
as East Coast Country. They up
i and it
for aid in the form of moneys I last Saturday night. A big success anda build a small steamer, as soon as
country
of meat, and is worth many times their premises, they kindly and quicklydid
full North Tuesday. of the will
or supplies for the sick and starving in large time was reported. Cake was is ready, the rest company
the 25 cents, its cost, of here to join them, and all hands so, almost unanimously, and now
the refresh
Cuba. To concert of action he served as a reminder leave
Ossler of
secure Baltimore and Dr.
-- Dr. that the dirt and thrash is cleared
ha appointed a central committee, with W. Stone Smith wife and daughter, Cushing, her family physician, arrived ments that will be given at the next will go up in the steamer along the I the streets look much better.up,

headquarters in New York City arrived from Troy X. Y.. last Thursday, in a private car last Thursday, having meetiug. coast to and np the Yukon River. We' Marshal Jones wishes very us to thank all

This committee has requested me to and are located in the Ad,tins Cottage will miss the boys from here, but wish i
called here attend C. W.
been to Sirs.
Capt. Fred. C. Voss has one thing in who so kindly complied with his re- E
which have I them in their frigid enterprise.Capt. .
in section of the East Side, they success
committees
appoint every on who ill from heart
Bingham, was quite
and that he
the way of a crop that he can brag on, quest, assure tnem appre-
.Florida to solicit and secure contributions leaded again for this -eason. Ir.Smith's disease the residence of her O.P. I
at son
field onions. need ciates their actions in this matter, and
be in thewatt'r a of Although they E. II. Chase was up from Miami
dis- soon
from all who are charitably sharpieill skimming the Lake for Bingham, at Figulus.sriis i rain, they look well. Onions are something the first of the week on a'isit to his promises to do all in his power to here-

P'Joe 11. now the frost does not hurt. If Fred family nd looking after his interests in after keep the streets and alleys in a fit
In comfonnity with this request, I respectfully the convenience of himself: and isrrieud Sub f fir Is Si
the r l' continues to capture turtle, in connec this city. and presentable couditioll.i .
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2 THITROPICAL SUN \VRST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, THURSDAY.

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1 OLD THIRD GEORGIA. of that stream the regiment suffered ADVERTISER'S IIOUSE FURNISHINGS: When ins

from disease and the racks
severely D Horn & Co. Jacksonville.The !
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were reduced by sickness from 1,000 to JACKSONVILLE;

I BATTLEFIELD CAREER OF ONE OF about 300 fit for duty Upon leavingthe DII) ECTOI Y. Raymond D Knight Co J,ak son ville.

it LEE'S CRACK REGIMENTS. peninsula Major M. B. Montgomerytook "

command of the regiment, and in -.- YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO CALL AT THEFURNISHING pogo .

Knt to !.aye Georgia For the Seat ofWarBrilliant the next battle of Manas-as, in August Lading Business Firms and Individuals HOTELS: HOUSE OF -
1862. he wouude 1 and dis-
: Work at UtlTrrn Hill, was severely U hose Cards Appear in This Paper. Seminole Hotel, West Palm Beach
f abled. Captain Nisbet the last leader
Ch&ne
i llonville and Gettysburg-Coni- shot down at Malveru Hill. then took The Palms. West Palm Beach.

r ? | madden Shot Down In Every Battle. Command with the rank of lieutenant The Earnian: House, West Palm Iwach HX YE1iSOtiThe
GENERAL MERCHANDISE:
''f (Copyright, 1897. by American Press Asso colonel. At Antietam Colonel Nisbct Park Cottage, West Palm Beach
! ciation. Book
rights- reserved---_ ] !, was severely wounded and dit-abli d for U D Hcndrickson. Lake Worth. .
-- a.
I UUKU1A troops I life. The regiment mustered only 125 .
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1 had no trumpeterto men at the beginning of that battle and LIFE INSURANCE:

sound their lost 24 killed and 48 wounded RETAIL GROCFRS: White Parlor Clothier
The Equitable Life Insurance Co,
praises as soldiers -
The
Georgians encamped that winteron J D Maihis, West Palm Beach' Jacksonville.
in the sere the banks of the Rappahaunock, and .
r ice of the southern their historian gives a further hint at I L W Burthardt, West Palm BeachWHOLESALE -..- Mees all Wool Black $6 75 I IA Fine Line of all Wool f,i.!!)

f I Battlefield Confederacy.rec'ords the hardships, which bate heretofore e.- FIRE INSURANCE &REAL ESTATE: and Colored Suits }} Upward. | Cashmere Pants U

been looked at chiefly from the northern GROCERS: Brelsford Bros, Palm Beach.
r are the onlymemorials side. He says, "The suffering of this Beach.
West Palm
of command at United States ford
thein'alor.Many Rappahannock) from cold short rations Thos Nooney & Sons, Jacksonville. J II Livingston West Palm BeachUNDERTAKING Soft and Stiff Hats -

L of Lee's Lest sol- and a scanty supply of clothing could .. -...-
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Northern Virginia which so severely tried the fortitudeand SPICES, TEAS AND COFFEES: : From 50 Cents Upwards. ,

l' were ueor- E I Gordon, Jacksonville.Geo .
of forefathers when
patriotism
our J D & R D Grether, Jacksonville!
gians and from a series of regimental quartered in the historic Valley Forge." : II Maltby, West Palm Beach.HANKING .
histories ,. 105107V.; BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 1| :
prepared in 1864. while the Under its fifth commander, Major John I I ... {
regiments were at Petersburg the data
F. Jones the Third entered the campaign MEATS:
for the following sketch ot the "Old :
at Chancellorsville and was in
Third" Georgia was obtained. the thick of the fight from the Brut day Geo S AdamsVrst Palm Bl'ach.Will Dade County State Bank
In the spring of 1864 the of Whidden .
congress ,
until the lastIt West Palm Beach

,l resolution the Confederate of thanks states to the passed officers a joint and Jackson's was in flanking the advance column of and Stonewall fought -..- National Bank of the State of Florida, : Chas. N. Welshansj :

men of the Third Georgia regiment for FISH AND OYSTERS: JacksonvilleFirst :
I f for the right of way around Hooker s
having been first to leave their state to army On the morning SumJay, MayS East Coast Fish Co. West P'-tlni Beach. National Rank of Florida FORLongman -;>0
battle on the soil of Virginia, for their ... -STATE AGENT '-,
when the grand made -
I charge was Reynolds & Hull, West Palm Beach
gallant record on many historic battlefields
upon the position at the ChancellorHouse I S B Miller & Co, New YorK SEEDS:

and to a for man having"cheerfully as an and entire unanimously regiment alone to, the clear Third the Georgia way of Federal was wait sharpshooters out- I Kinsland; & Comstock, New York Win A "curs & Co. Jacksonville. & Martinez Pain t -

re-enlisted for the war j S L Stortr. & Co. New York Cameron.. ii\ile. .
The nest day it burned down I J.u-l>! ,
. The Third Georgia was organized in the plank road toward Fredencksburg ...- Burton K ]-arts. Jacksonulle.LK .

, which the spring, with of one 1861 or two from_exceptions ten companies had and took with part another in the wine battle of of IliXiktr's balemnhnrrh I I ICE DEALERS: ... -- Lime, Brick, Shingles,


I peen m existence several years previous army. It was in battle every day from G G Springer, West ralm Beach.DRUGGISTS rl EA PIM,TS: Cement and Coal Tar.
to the Nine
; war. counties were represented lay 1 to May 4 and came out with a -...- G C Maltha. West Palm Beach.
-Burke, by the"Burke Guards;'' loss of 189 killed and wounded none .

Putnam, by the"Brown Rifles;" Green missing Major Jones was the : --.
among
by the "Dawson Grays" ;" Morgan, by wounded and suffered the loss of his E H Dimick, West Palm Beach. NURSERY STOCK: Agent for Sickler's Peerless Cement-Pla! t

the "Home Guards; Houston the"Governor's right arm. He was the fourth leader Russell & Co .. John B Beach, \\Vsi Palm Beach. .
1 Guards;" Wilkinson, the shot down at the head nf the regiment ] 13 South Hogan St., Jacksonville, Florida. lo.U.ft!
Hastings WylK. Interlaclit-n.
"Wilkinson Rifles; Richmond by the in ten months of campaigningA -..-.

"Confederate Light Guards," and the ...
large number of FRUIT AND -
:'l l ll recruits joined the PRODUCE ON COMMISSION
"Blodget Volunteers. Clarke
:'f county regiment about this time, and the Third : FERTILIZERS:
, i turned out the "Athens Guards. A
volunteer who had come forward at marched to Gettysburg 500 string Its J terra & Bro, Jacksonville. Wni A flours & Co, Jacksonville.
most brilliant action was on the
evening
.. Dr. C. F. Houston
Augusta and enlisted Baker & Holmes
among the privates of the second day when A P hill'scorps Albert J Bucky & Co, ,
I was elected colonel This was took the Thcs & Sou '. Little Bros ,
up fight which Long- I Nuoney ,
Ambrose R. Wright who became noted

I as a general in Lee's army. Top street had General begun when attacking Round i j I ---4 -- ............DENTAL PAR LO RS......"....
Wright;; s Leg tile, in
After serving a short time at Norfolk j STEAMBOATS HEAVY MACHINERY
which the Third Georgia litilllitf'fed. DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING: ESTABLISHED 1884.
the Third marched to the defense AND CASTINGS __
of the
'I was one of the commands which pierced : For the next thirty days price will be as follow: Cold Filling$!; PUttic: FttHap ..4
l coast of North Carolina against Burn- the Federal line on tLc right of tickles' j Kohn, Furchgott & Co, Jacksonville. Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co, to$!h; Alloy Filling $1 to tt. O; Plates, $5 to$S; Full Gets (very brat$8 to eta Extnt&f> !&
side's by a paiale.-s method, where platen are made. Fimt-cUs
Roanoke expedition An incident Cohen Bros Jacksonville. operators and Polite AttCtdtGfcM
:II I there illustrated the nature of Bnrnside's corps, when Loiigstntt's troops were Dave Singer Jacksonville. lo-.B-97 Cor. Bay and Laura Sts., over Mrs. Kecne', JACKSONVILLE F'at:
i warfare. One dashing upon its front The Federals Florida Machine Works, Jac.sonville.
the
I day regiment embarked were driven from their gnus on the Mrs J Frank, West Palui BeachHARDWARE
on two or three gunboats belonging to -.-
ridge along the
Emmitsbnig road. ..
II i I what was called the Mosquito fleet and Wright's brigade seized 20 pieces!! of --- GAS AND OIL MOTORS AND MACHINERY -
. ; pounced upon the United States transport MEN'S FURNISHERS
:
cannon, 11 of which of the
I were prizes REPAIRS:

) I;, ing provisions steamer Fanny and clothing, which was from carry-the Third Georgia regiment Hjwever the J A Craig & Bro, Jacksonville.Max Haines Brothers, Jacksonville. El.I. GORDON
support brigades did not and
j 'I come up. Mjerson, "
fleet; off Hatteras to a small camp Oil' ---.-
'I' Wright was driven out before the day ,
! ; the Chicamacomico river. The Fannywas IRRIGATING PLANTS &
closed. The severe fighting of the regiment -.- SUPPLIES:
captured with all its 2 A
cargo cannons was confined to this one charge, j TAILORING John G Christopher, Jacksonlillc.
and 40 prisoners The supplies' I :
which was very brief but it buffered j
.
were intended for the Twentieth Indiana -
the loss of Livy-The Price
41 killed and 14H wounded. Popular Tailor- Undertaker
regiment, and of the
many prisonerswere During the charge, when the regiment Jacksonville. DENTISTS:
from that command. Three
liter, having been days was driving the enemy the color The New York Tailoring Co, Dr J A Pugh West Palm Beach.
re-enforced the Third
+ swooped down the bearer was shot down and the flag fell -" ... L T Daniel, Cocoa. and Embalmer.Full
upon camp on the to the It ---"
ground.
.
was immediateysnatched
it banks Chicamacomico shelled out I "C F Houston Jacksonville.
up by Adjutant Alexander :
its and seized M D L Dodson, Titu 'i1e.
occupants the entire >;\
who bore it at the head of the !
equipage of tents, baggage and rations. regiment M E Gruber, West Palm Beach. .. Line of
triumphantly into the Federal battery Metallic Caskets.
I Being largely outnumbered, without OWWeybrecht. "
in front in
of
spite a severe wound in PHYSICIANS
AND
any supports, the Twentieth Indiana, SURGEONS:
his right arm. The enemy made a tar .
whoso camp it was, retreated to Hat Dr R B Potter, West Palm Beach.
of him, and his Orders .
teras. get eight bullets. clothing was piercedby LUMBER: II C Hood, II .. Telegraphic Filled by First 7/s+ s

These two regiments, the Third Geor On the march back through northern I T fasten, Jacksonville.Builders E \V Pugh, .' ..
.. gia and Twentieth Indiana, met after 10-28-97 19 West Adams
ward Virginia after the battle of Gettysburg Supply Co, St Augustine.FURNITURE: ---.- JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
on
even ground at the battle of
the Third reduced
now to about 200
Oak Grove in front of Richmond June -...- LAWYERS:
men. was engaged in the stubborn advance
1
25, 1862. It
was an all day skirmish
of Manassas Gap where an attempt W Mrtcalf.. West Palm B-ach.
rather than a battle, but was a good was made to cut Lee's columnsin : A E Het .
ser J. no
f1 test alter for nightfall soldier pluck the colonel At the of close the Twentieth of it. two. In that action the Third bad Geo H Maltby. West Palm Reach. Robbins & Graham Miami. East Coast Fish Company
the The C'lddwick-Swaim
1 post of honor upon the mountaintop Co Jacksonville
&
Indiana sent a flag of truce toaft rope Campbell, Jacksonville.
Colonel and although flanked, held its position .. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Wright of the Third Georgiaasking .
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In -
aft bravely this action 14 men
permission to bury his dead.
The were killed and 45 wounded In the PIANOS AND ORGANS: CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS: .4
Georgians remained in North .
battles of the Wilderness the ,
Carolina until the Army of the Potomac losses in campaign Ludden & Bates' So Music House, Franklin Sheen West PalmBeach. .-
Confederate
I laid siege to Richmond regiments are no ,' : DEALERS l'atA
in May. 1862! guide to the severity of the fight JacksonvilleJEVELERS ---- .,.- "<:< lT\ .

With. --the- exception- of 'the skirmish on The Third fnnirht in the \Vil__ __lernass_ ____ -.- I ....,,,.... ..,,, hu__ __ : iv..... 1
me zotn 01 June, when Ncuieiian se"zed n avrt+su::) rt.L' : .. -
and at Spottsylvania On the 14th of I y-- .; .J \ ;-0
the ridge at Oak Grove for his : / FRESH
I heavy May it participated iu a charge upon I Guv I Metcalf.Vet Palm Beach. / (tJ"i k
batteries in the, this regiment did not take G rants' breastworks at Spotfeylvauiu, Idner & Son West Palm Beach. \\' R Maces, .. .. II C/ \, -
part
fighting
around Richmond I
neither did the brigade nor division nor; and in a short fight of 20 minutes lost -....--- IJII Luington, 1
78 killed and wounded. The division in I
corps to which it was attached. Colonel which BUILDING SUPPLIES: : -..-
t the Third Georgia served at that
Wright was promoted to the command time, under Southern Fuel and I
t formerly General R H. Supply Co, BARBERS:
of the brigade, and the Third I We
Anderson
f Georgia led \\"usled by General William Jacksonville.Chas Wilson Weatherford.
was by Major John R. Stur- I -st Palm Beach. "
Mahone.
; gis. The annals of the regiment Welshaus, Jacksonville. receive Goods

!"; The first heavy battle of the "Old close with the battle of Petersburg CraCEKKKAL Builders! Supply Co, St Augustine I fresh delivered ]!i"

Third" was on the 1st of July when, Geo S Hacker & Son. Charleston, S C. II I Try THE SUN for Job Work. Oysters free :
in the ranks of Wright's brigade, it

i. charged the Federal batteries at Mal- every ,* anywhere:

vern HilL General Wright led his men "Small and sure profits,often repeated, day. : T in town.
"
forward under the shelter of
a bluff to ;
are the foundation of
modern wealth." y. I
a position a few hundred yards from ----

McC 1ellan's guns. On a signal the line / 1 ., Fish Houses

, dashed up the slope its leader with his r'' at Railroad Wharf, Opposite the


cap the face poised of on a his murderous glittering Gee sword of shot in I\ ATa il!IOP r Ice Factory. 10.14.97

shell, canister and bullets. When with. I -
/>
in 800 yards of the guns General -

Wright saw a body of Federal infantry 1 I Now To rend In your order fur Fruit Trtn for Fill
marching around his left flank This 1 ti 4-t a i That can fit you and give; you fi"'- Ia" is the t h Time Sprinlr ouocitnwaml rlurry tte are prepared to f-rM k':'
I other
command was the Fourteenth New work at popular prices should secure Ornamental shrublry trult;all tb Trees* standard also *"1'arkar'

York volunteers. Wright threw the 77r I your patronage. We make an All one Sweeland'rifoliatn and Stock. Our tn-ei ore all of Vriln.lUm,0.11| epeeIutU*- bwklrd "5 <
Third / t"oJ-.arohl buds Our I001"4 in 'il1 .fi..t !-v+. Htl' GFt
Georgia regiment back toward I Wool Suit to order Sized '
b i for Jiz.oo, $ Orders We ca furnish Bulwrf''b> ri" 11 rite UII for iprcialices w G.
the rear, and with 13.50 the Leading arirtit' AI
a sudden change of i $15.ooandlf 16.00. Better of Orange. Lemon and ror'lorm.nt and IIVrl' baddtag
: ones for ltimelos
$iS.or\ Tilt t'all
front the TtIU\l'lItS ou IIr ad.lrrM.
Georgians poured a galling $:>o.oo, 122.50, $23.50 and 525.00. tol-jtn \l'I UUt.9, lIa..tiuca N)ii.Nr..'."'-
fire .
the
upon New Yorkers This was .ales/arhra. I'Iert11_
returned by a fearful and direct fire

.: from the Federal batteries. The battle A. K \HIGHT.I PANTS to order, $2.75,13.00,13.50, $. .oo, $5.00 and $6.00. '-

raged there for more than an hour A [First colonel Third Georgia I MAILORDER DEPARTMENT-Samples and

becond charge was ordered from that ter, July 30. Ib64! With the rest ofMahune's i )n application. Self-Measurement Blank sent Do you want a STEAMBOAT?

point, and Wright; carried his brigade division it _
charged upon the
almost to the muzzles of the enemy s Federal lines around the Crater and I

batteries. Be had less than 300 men left met with a heavy loss. Its casualties in L I The Popular Price Tailor 0-We have

out of the 1,000 which started with the siege of Petersburg up to that date Vv them to sell, and if we have none
hand
him upon the charge Darkness soon were 13? killed aud wounded In re- 13 on to suit, we can build......
Main St
stopped the Jacksonville
fighting The Georgians viewing the career of the regiment up Fla. JUST WHAT
maintained YOU
their position under fire WANT.
until to that time the historian says that not
after 9 o'clock The loss in the Third a field officer who ever commanded the ( t25 We do Dyeing, Cleaning and Repairing. We are also prepared to furnish

Georgia regiment which went into bat. regiment; in action escaped the enemy's 10-28-97 ,.
tie.'with' 250 rank and file was 152.Oat bullets. One --- ----------
bad lot 101
company men
mortally of that wounded.number 5? were killed or killed and wounded and another U4 ) !LJi thinking of irrigating; your truck farm- Pumping Outfits for Irrigation. !
Major Sturgis fell The pineapple field
total roster of the regiment up to IRRIGATION or orange; grove, send me size of
at the head of a regiment under the July. 1864 was 1,463 Out of that number 1 you wish to cover and full information of area Write or call
what on ,
? for
very muzzles of the enemy's The want and I pill he glad to furnish you Anything in Line need.
guns. 218: had been killed. 62'J wounded" desired and give estimate of cost. aU information ] our that you
i captain who succeeded him was also se- and 213 had died from disease. making

verely wounded a total of 431 deaths In addition 342 J. G. CHRISTOPHER Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co.

,, ;Iu taking leave of the Chickahominyregion men had been discharged for disability, I < ,

; the chronicler of the fortunes of making a total loss to the ngiiuent of Machinery and Mill Supplies. i Jacksonville

the Third Georgia states that during 773, or over $0 per cent of its ...treu.:toGEoaus Irrigating Machinery a Specialty Florida.
me month of campaigning on the banks : L. K"I 'H. Proprietor

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CURRENT MISCELLANY. PARK COTTAGE ESTABLISHED 1875- Whidden's Market

A heron shot at the Solway fishery ,
had 27 yearling trout in his crop-a I Now Open Under William A. Bours & Co.

goodly number surely for one meal. An- New Management. Is Prepared to Supply

other, shot on another occasion, con- ""
tained 25. I have often watched the Beautiful Frontage on Lake Worth, Grain IOU with -
Garden Seeds and Fertilizers
PERSONAL CHAT. birds when engaged in robbing the Opposite Hotel Royal Poinciana. ,
Prices.
Good Meais to
ponds and have seen one under such ; a : :

i Mrs. Susan Hawkins an aged negress circumstances put itself into almost every "' Large, Airy, Well.furnished Rooms 6 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Florida. jrrsh. 'E'or It
tiring in Kentucky, was once owned by conceivable position; running excitedly ,
the Washington to and fro, with outstretchedneck Bates: $2 Per Day and Upwards 13azf
; \\e Handle Only the BeNt and Mont Rt'Uablt'Sl'edli. A Complete Hock o( 1
senator Mills of Texas has struck beholding thousands of yearling Special Rates by the Week or Month.
; cuitrl
more oil on his property in that trout in the clear water of a pond close Hay Corn Oats Flour Bran Wheat Grits Meal
state, and WEST PALM ,
and it is said that his latest mike is by, suggesting a good deal of the BEACH, FLORIDA. 11-28 :find aggs.

richer than any of the previous ones.J. ludicrous. The trout are just out of his Cotton Seed Meal doll) Bright and Dark
reach, but he can see them, and one rising a a t a r a Native Meats a specialty
H. Carroll, recently appointed consul to the surface now and then, almost GEJ. ZAPF GEO LAWRENCE, AT WHOLFSALE-
to Messina. Italy, is a descendant of within his reach, seems to send him Owner. Captain.
state Your Solicited.
For
Charles Carroll of Carrollton and is half frantic. .Ag.nts Tygert'Allen Fertilizer Co. Patronage

said to be the only one of the family At last his "plan of campaign" i star Brand ..l'rl'hzl'Gullrllntt.I.1nal&III.. Orange Tree and VepethlilitVriliizrr: Port 'Iarl ..t on K.niyan Street
who was ever a Republican. Launch Seminole Grcmnl Iltnie, Nitrate Sixla, 1'01 MnilitfoM'i. sulphate I'.ta..h.! K.mit. Lie.:
settled and, slipping over the lau o. These Fertilizers have no --uierior| in the Market and a trial will unl rare
Theodore Delyannis, the late prime the pond-which is about one foot i r- Send for Catalogue, lr e. Io-N, 11-12 WKST PALM HKACH

minister of Greece, was left penniless pendicular above the water and gnu U. S. MAIL BOAT,
while at school. He obtained a govern- over with grass-he grasps! the gni aor
ment clerkship and on a small salary anything he can lay hold of wi.h Makes Daily Trips Between West The Dade County State Bank
educated his two younger brothers. one foot (which is doubled up the tar- Palm Beach and Juno, Stopping at ""r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r'"r"'r" " " " '" '

Alexander Milton Roes, the noted sus being in a horizontal position or All Intermediate Points. ., I Palm Beach, Florida.

dentist who died in Detroit was a nearly so), and with the other leg in -- -- --
in the water and stretched to the full he -
competitor New York when William RUNS THROUGH THE FINEST > Authorized Capital, $100,000.Paid .
Cullen Bryant then editor of The Post gains a footing if ho can. One wing is -
discovered his talent and became interacted folded to his body, or may be droopinga FISHING GROUNDS ON LAKE Up apital, $15,000
in him.Judge little, while the other is outstretched WORTH EVERY DAY.

Gray, while officiating at a over holding the on.bank The and breast is used of as the an bird arm is for in Comfortable ArcommndatloLg Fs I T itf M t M llK t I OFFICWS-- --:

marriage ceremony at Bowling Green the water, and there he remains motion- . for Dltyl'IIOIIIt'ngl'l'II.Launch E.N DIMICK, PresIdent.
the other
Ky., day, was so flustered by
less, with his beak very near tbe surface U D.HEKDKICKf'ON, Vi-f-Fresititnt.
the beauty of the bride that he asked -
her if she would though thu head is drawn back a leaves Railroad Wharf every 1 CEO. L. BRA VNIKG, Cashier
"solemnly promise to "
love, rapport and this little.With morning at 8 o'clock. 11-18-97 ------ --
protect man.
thousands of Csh near he has F GEO S. ADAMS Propr Palm Beach
The late General Bourbaki was once not long to wait before cue conies within Branch Office at West

urged by his friends to be a candidatefor his reach, and dexterously, with his Office Hour:: From 10 a. m. to i p. m
the crown of Greece to succeed King head well submerged, he seizes his luck- Fans faatel d EVBrywh> r' :-:: : : DEALER IN : : :-::

Otho. "When a man." he wrote in re- less victim, losing his balance in doingso. We well Farms quickly for cash. What have\ou -- -- GeneralBankingBusinesstransecredl'olle!
ply, "has become a general of France But never mind! The capture has for sale or exchange? ASONH.RU'SELLtkl ,- "promptly rvmittnl on day (
be does cot care to accept a second rate been made and the heron calmly swims 0",Akron, Ohio. 10-21 Florida and Western Meats, rm'lit.| Jrllfhd.ulht and s lei "n ibf [''In-
throne. filial tuba of the rutted SI.tl'll.9U7
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across the pond some 80 feet and flaps
: Armour's Star Hams .Bacon
Senator Mason, in epeaking in Chicago out on the other side.Knowledge.Heroic -
of the United States senate a few Clematis Avenue
days ago. said: "The word'parliament' Abolitionists.The and Bologna, Tripe and Pig'sFeet

yon know, is derived from 'parley,' to story of Calvin Fairbank. the Store JRIF.1r! The Palms
:: Domestic Veni-
Supply -:: Poultry
talk. I have often wondered why the fighting abolitionist, who spent five @ .
United States senate was called a senate years in the Kentucky penitentiary, with -
instead of A parliament or a 'talka- almost daily terrible floggings on his ::-West Palm Beach, Florida. :-: son and Wild. Turkeys, Butter Now Opea For Winter Travel.

men&.' bare back-with anywhere from 20 to J. D. MA THIS --
Professor Mahaffy was once traveling 100 lashes at each flogging-and then, Propfetor.I I E and Eggs, and a Full Line of 3- All Modem Improvements, Electric
(Successor to Braanlng'i Bakery and Grocery C*) Bells, Baths, Etc.
in England and in the same compartment after being liberated, went to freeing .
slaves and and Mr Motto Quick! SaleM and Small Profim. Vegetables. a .
with him was a melancholy gen- again was kidnaped $2.00 TO $3.00 PER DAY.
tleman dressed in black, who inquiredof sent back for 13 years more of confine- Goods and -- -ro Address.-
Dr. Mahaffy, "Are you saved?" ment and floggings, recalls the many Bakery "%%
"
"Yes," was the reply, "but it was avery simple heroic deeds of that day. Whin Family Groceries THE PALMS
narrow squeak and I don't like ever we get hold of an old underground -- -- 1-16-96 West Palm Beach, Florida.
talking much about it." railroad man we feel ourselves in a .....My Specialty.Goods -
EMail Orders from ::
Responsible
time of prodigious heroism. Thenegrot-s any
Austin Collaher, the old boyhood delivered free to -
friend of Abraham Lincoln, said recent who ran away from slavery invited sufferings the City or across the any Lake.partof Parties in the County will' Re -- repre, entativp

ly: "Abe always remained at the head worse than slavery. ill Orders Given Prompt Attention. I II I everyit> and
Fa4 1.-\
Think of the man tt ho had himself n t' r [i \ nUl the State
of his classes. His studious habits made boxed up as a corpse in the outh-in Goods First-Class and Fresh. Highest E ceive Prompt Attention. ::3 represent our

him a favorite with the teacher, which Florida, the listener thinks it was-and prices paid for country produce.Buy --- --- firm tc solicit
caused deal of
great jealousy among to address iu the north. He of me and I will nave you mont'6197 -
shipped an We
ro consignments will pay a good
:
bis classmates toward him, and, not be- 444% -
had some scraps it food in the coffin, o ffiltlllli..l>lillll. Writ UH for particular -
liked it made
ing generally anyhow, ro
and the corners were love enough to Stencils sent on application.
him unpopular. -
very let in a little air. But the box was Jew Store -
Fifty years ago Mr. and Mrs. Jarrett square at the ends, and there was noth- ( A Specialty is Made of Supplying Albert J. Bucky & Co.
Haynes, who were the pioneers of Pa- -
ing to show which was the head and
I dncah Ky., and each of whom is more which the foot. Often the negro, almost New goods 4- E Winter Cottagers, Yachts, Private 3 Thc tirokers and

than 90 years of age planted a walnutin dead with the rigid confinement, -o
Commission Merchants
the yard from which sprung a tree. was left lying on his face, end once he New Cars and Parties. .-=--, 3- ,

It grew to be a large tree, and a year or was staid on his head, the box being -- -- I.JIain St., JACKSONVILLE FLA.
two was cut down and sawed into We welcome all our old friends and ro 10-21-97
ago
leaned up against the side of a freight -
timber. The lumber is now at the building, the feet cud up! Very soon ns.aiidcordiallyinvtte tn bait Ua. .strangers ::: 11-18-07 : 1

Haynes home and is being saved to the man began to suffer agony, of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and A. B. Campbell

make when the they coffins die. of the eccentric couple course. lie felt that he would die in ....Optical Goods I l II II l I l II I''l l I l IIIIII l II l I 1 ''ll/liil'IIIJi 1 l 1 1' 11 i illliifl 'ISt! ,
this position. No matter. Ho would not (Mr Ludden & Bates So. Music House)
reveal himself and go back to slavery. Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing Jacksonville Florida.!
HORSE TALKS. Neatly and Satisfactorily Done. I ------
Any death would be preferable to that.
So he kept still till he swooned away, Only Optician.. in the City. Eye tented PIANOSORGANS
During the season just passed Joe and when next he came to himself bo free, by latest approved method The new
store will be In charge of Prof. Frank Idner LITTLE BROS.
Patcheu has traveled 11,000 miles by and his coffin were on a moving railroad Graduate Optician of tin g's Optical College. -
rail. train. And he did net get out of box New \ork.

The California 8-year-old pacer Ar- until he arrived at his destination in Daily Papers and Periodicals.G. Best! Make*. Lowest Prices,

thur W 2:15;, stands 16.1 hands Ma:5ISachusett&-Dobton Transcript W. IDNER & SON, Fertilizer 9 Phosphate Qompapy: hw! >xi Terms.

high. Sheet Music, Music Books and Small
IMt Door South Russell & I'o.'s Drug Store
Ethel Downes is the first direct descendant What We Deserve. Seminole Bloc,". Call un UII 10-21-97 Jacksonville Florida. Instruments of All Kinds at Rock
of Goldsmith Maid to break Every country has what it deserves. .....Bottom Prices.Vrile .....
into the 2:10 list. This is a commonplace, but it seems> to \ for t r.a .1..1"1:0. 0-1?07

me that we constantly forget this com- E. 11. DntIC,
The crack 3-year-old trotter of the monplace. We have only to look aroundat West Proprietor // you are requiring Fertilizers for JOHN X. C. STOCKToN: President.
Pacific coast in 1897 Nordeau, 2:17Ji,
any moment, to tte what we have RAYMOND D. KNIGHT, Vice.Presldent.
Norris, 2:22J Vegetables Pineapples Etc write to .
by in order to find out what we deserve. P n 1""" Tune P_ TlifwiiiM___.'..___, Cashier
During her racing career Ella T bas The difficulty is to ascertain what we CLJ.JJJ. us allcln.c can give you more value JAMES D. BAKER, Assistant Cashier.
buen shipped over 30,000 miles and in really do have. It seems easy, but it is
6? starts has won money 60 times. extremely hard. Try your baud gentle Beach for your money than any other Manufacturer .

If yon think we have not come very reader, on anything you like-on your or Dealer in this State or .
near reaching tho speed limit, considerthe religion, on your press, on your literature National Bank of
fact that not a single new 2:0-1 on your science, on your freedom, Drug from any other State Write for painphlets .
has appeared this year. on your education. You will be saddened I
pacer discover, but will II I prices, etc., to above address. n-12-97
Pearl C, 2:06), while dethroned as by what you you -----Store.
queen of the pacing turf, still holds the be consoled; for the world advaucts, the State of FloridaTRANSACTS
forward, then half -- -- -
champion half mile track race record at now a step a step -" -

J:Oil, made at Muncie. Ind., the past backward, yet it advances. Meantime f" T Y.T 'Y' TY.:"T1. r
season. what you have got, that yon deserve; -DELERSIS-
that and no more; you, I mean, as one -- A--,
Bilma'i winnings the past season foot of the people not as yourself. No
you
ap $14,262.50, and a mark of 2:10, not dts-ene : G. G. SPRINGER
doubt as yoursdf great
you
to the mention pool box those at Detroit sums which, Readville came out Lex-of deal more.-Walter Besaut Drugs, Toilet Articles I GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.

ington and elsewhere. The Kind Actor.

Grace Hastings, 2:08, is to be permanently The actor is the kindest creature Fine Stationery and Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper of .
retired from the turf and will be alive, always ready to help the sick or r Accounts of Bankers,-'

bred in the spring to Baron Wilkes. It the sorry, to give his 't'n-ircs for the Merchants Manufacturersand
is said die will be trained and driven I benefit of bis unfortunate contemporaries Druggist Sundries. ,
against her present mark while she is and to promote philanthropic Individuals solicited....
with foal. I of futuragenl.'roltions. ICE f
schemes for the improvement I I'reseriptionSi'arefully fonipouiuU'O I --
Old Esther, thoroughbred mare, by lIe opens his purse to the
Express, dam of the splendid campaigning needy, grants his niches and his list, I' IviM Coast I5u.xiiiH.ss Solioirwt.KST 3 AND Capital and Sgrplns $$190,000.

:S-year-old Expressive, 2:122' has counsels tfl the sorely pressed, grudges ;, \\' : P.\1.\1 II KCII.. cl-1tltltl ,
another representative in the 2:30 list neither time nor thought to the consideration c --
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htr! son Kelly having recently taken a of the necessities of the let Issue our own drafts to all the principal

mark of 2:27. distinguished of Lis associates, am it CEO.S.HACKER & SON Distilled water cities in Great Britain, Holland! ,
noted for
i is record that one actor
on I
Julia Coulter, 2:154, by Wilkes Belgium, France Svut/eilanJ, Italy,
,
being
liberality on
careless
Lancewcxxl Chief, his prompt ,
Boy, and Kitty L, by
and
German
,f will 'asked for a subs. riptiuu of 10 shillings Spain, Portugal
soon
that
are the trotters ,
among I,I toward the funeral of stare( tr
crobi the Atlantic. It is said the latter expenses

can slower trot than in 2:20.ITEMS 2:12, while her record is I I carpenter pocket, pulled, thrust forth his a hand sovereign into and his Refri[rators, Ice Chests, Freezers and> JacksonvilleFlorida 8-27-97

said, "Yes, certainly; Lire, bury two

OF INTEREST. of them!"-London Truth.A u > 1' o. later r Coolers. f Great Bargain I


Gem of Pompeii.
As many as 30,000 people have been X I

accommodated in :;t. Paul's cathedral I The the buried most Leautiful city of Pompeii house unearthedin is called 5 FACTORIES,... -AT- !I
on festive occasions.The
: the minus Vittiorinui and belonged; to $500 If Taken At Once.
county of Lancashire, England, I the noble family of \ itti. Instead of removing Cocoa and West Palm Beach. f
has 1,700 firms engaged in the cotton i the marbles and bronzes and I :MANUFACTURER InI 80 ACRES

lusinebS, with 12,000,000 bpiudles. I portable articles to the National museni of land 50 miles south of Palm
Doors '
In a provincial town in France a I at Naples, everything has inn left ju- I .1:1117-tf II i Beach, within I!+ miles from i i

strange marriage took place the recently.name oft'tiIJlaithe I as it was found, and tables, fountain picture ; Sash I A. ''re....": WW".A,' 2 :'..W".. 1: ,A .fLWr" 1 .J&i railroad and depot. 15 acres of i
Every one interested bore tessellated floors, statues and
I Blinds I this; land is fine,high hammock,
bride bridegroom, the j and ornamented walls havt bun iu
I just the land for Most
mayor, the witness and all the brides i! closed by the government with glass, MouldingsANl oranges
of the remainder ; land
s pine
maids. I thus affording protection from the d\;!
An administrative regulation which | ments and the vandal proclivities of Strawberry Plants good for pineapples.] For information -

held good in Prussia for a century and j many tourists. Exquisite mosaics and Building Material call on

more has been abolished. It was the I I' statuary may bt HV u. .tud thi rii h r J- CUAKLKM'ON. >. t J. H. LIVINGSTON,
provision that official and employee orings of the walls areniarv li.u.-lv brilliant All Varieties best suited to Florida and the East Coast. Send to JOHN B. BEACH
every
of the state should, before heI when one considers that u trey 19 LARGEST FACTORY SOUTH. & CO., MELBOURNE FLORIDA, for Special PriceiList.ljust out.PLANTS Massey Block

could lawfully marry, obtain the con- I: centuries have passed since the JJarutm rr SrDd for Pmr: J LARGE AND HEALTHY ICH-)1 H-4-97 WEST PALM: BEACH: FLA.T .

ml: cf J1.U fupcriQEs to tha ite vas l1m 4tuu: 1,I



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4 THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA THURSDAY JANUARY 20.I 1898k F


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DAMAGE FhOM THE COLD. I nanas are green inside and will ... *"-W >. W77$4

k : I
t II:a 0 Even this long t foes the frost it i is We are this particular in giving all !

1 hard to tell exactly how much damj j the information we can and having i '

iii)i I GUY METCALF LDITOR.MEMI'.CKUF age was done in this sect'on, but as j it as accurate as possible. so as to I New Spring Goods oo s

far be learned II.II1)th A
k as can inquiryand offset some! of the "fake" or exagger

1' I I personal observation the damage atwlreportssent! out from here at A} . . . . . . ......-..

t Florida Press Association while severe, is not nearly as the time, or directly after the frost. .T..T.

!M AFFILIATED WITH serious as was flt first imagined.On One or two of the reports were about ti. Kohn Furchgott & Co5;

I ) National Editorial Association. low land the worst injury walldont as near truthful as it was possible to ,
> and we find nearly all the ten-
make them so soon after the occurrence
. ._. . .T..y.-.T. .". 1 t
JII der vegetables killed in such locali-
and when it was impossible! to T..T..T.
SUBS CRIP?ION: ouse io the State, hut Ia' (

One Fear, lo advance,........................, .(jo ties and pineapples badly froz n. but find out even what the exqrt temperature The Leading and Mir0JjC.j.fclffllt gjSl Foreign! and Doa stJe. t
i Six Month. In nearly all 'if them alive yet and inu'-h less the stock and are daily : Checked NalGlOOb
advance. $1.00 was, damage +: SIlks, Fancy Wash Goods WhIte India Linens, PriatI, tZ'I.
Goods Organdies.
'
I i Three Month In advance.._.__. 50 many of them in blossom now and that bud lieen done lo vegetation Hosiery Dress Notions, Laces, Embroideries. Straw Hat! Etc., which are offered now at oar POplllar Low .'- t
all A of imported direct by as. such as Silks, Dress Goods, L oera. Rae. .
apparently growing right. The most of the reports, however, Prices. A large quantity goods are ,

PUBLISHED EVERY TllrKt>P\Y AT WEIIT I'ALII few, however, have been killed to to the iery and Organdies. Samples cheerfully sent on application, of Goods at u lox print '!; 1
1 were grossly exaggerated, bay To oar Wholesale Trade, we offer a large and complete line Spring u '"
BEACH. DADE COUNTV FLORIDA. the heart and will not bloom thisear usual Cash Discounts offered. We IOliclt &be t
I 1t'I\"t. while some were wilful and macious any house in the United States Liberal Terms and the
4 but sucker instead.On mitrl'pretl"ntatioJli or ..Iii" the patronage of the merchants throughout the State, assuring them that we shall give them very lowed poIo- 1

$ KNTE2KD BSACH AT AS THE SECOND-CLASS POST OFFIC" IN MATTER.WEST PALM high land only the very ten- enders did not ha v" seimseeziongli to i sible, ,prices.. . . .TTTT.rTT . . . '. . r T. T . T T T in'P .1 I

derli est vegetables were !killed while tint! out the facts but just sent and elegant line of Clothing, Gents' Fur. -
tiueapples were injured but little, if We are showing a large r tuislaings
Pioneer ouifcthing) to be a st'1Uling.Ifill the "
Paperut1)td..Cndnq.sadtheOldex t C trpels, Matting, Window Sh'tdes, Lace Curtains, Trunk, <
I 1 I'ubllcstloii he East .Last oft any. more sensational and startling, of
t Florida, U-tucren Tituxxllleami Fires and smoke seemed togive lit oursi, the better. 4v Etc., allow Prices. .
a Key West. tie w T .. ."**
but the
or no protection, plantscovered T..T.-
The day or two following the frost

Best Advertising Medium uu tin set-CouhtVOL. l leaves with sand, earth, dry lIaf muck the growers of both fruits and vegetables "I Rota Furchgott & Co.
or generally came out lyPineupplt'tI I -
of Florida. were a little discouraged and _
under sheds unin-
were
feared
nearly everything was a total
jured and show no signs! of having Inns, but since then they have found Jacksonville Fla. m r <
1, N(>. 1, OF THE I'r LISmUS' felt the cold at all. : 10-21 7 n
out that in
most cases, they were
", LIBRARY, put.lih..1 by the Budlt'rEllgm'ing Trees! on {low land were hurt enoughto : ,":
more scared than hurt, and all of .
Co., at (Columbus Ohio, make them lose their leaves, but *

in the interests of newspaper publishers few, if any of them were killed to the eption them have, taken sow heart with and hardly are an busily ex- '"1.-+.: :+. .L -..."..'J :.+r"
printers mill users of illustrations ground. Those on high land showno
i at work repairing the da
wages.
generally is at hand and Us evidences of being injured in the
In the
case of the vegetable crow
receipt is hereby acknowledged. east and the fruit on them is all 1
ers, this has been campy ratively easy PROFESSIONAL CARDS LEGAL NOTICES
i t rijrht.
1 11 to do, for the most of them! had
AN APPEAL FROM Governor IJlox- The bananas had their outer -
saved their seed beds and the D0
leaves frozen and the fruit I. \ul'JALF; OP CONTEST.
I ham in uuMiVlied elnewherp, asking seems to ground being already in condition, 1V' NOTICE ;;

: aid for thf thousands of I'tar ingCul'ans. have been forced to prematurely ripen all they had to do was to go ahead ATTORNEY 4T LAW. Y0UKN0W r U. &LA.v.Orrtca AT GAIRtalvnAl,rComwUiDt
We in many cases cracking be- NOTARY PUBLIC. Deeubm "ila.i
trust open
our Mayor Hillact and rt'plllntlOll reseed. and be assured barinc ben Mlcn4flc Y .
as requfstnd by the Governor fore fully filled out, and some of the \\.11 practice in ClluntY.l'ltlLe and Federal t>7 Bru4ow William I&'I1M& Lassa t
that their will!
vegetables get hard for .UBd nlaf his Jiennarlj t!
and that <-ur citizens will respond blossoms have been killed. Cocoanuts in the market aheadf other t0urtsLAND CASES A SPECIALTY. No. 9.777.. dated !September, tt ts&fr
any
that and "(Bee in TuoriciL SUN Block, KVinlSWU Bee.M.Tp L.a4"rffe
lilwrallytothisurgentc.dl for succor were green growing in the State, nnyway, and but at \\.t Palm teach Unde County, Florida. Section S. FowMhlp 4! & .th. Run Iii
that can buy a in DarteCountr.. Florida with a fInt
in
were spoiled! some! instances buns you
from ,
our arcing; neighbors very few werks later than they cancellatiw. 01.414.airy, the aaM | at
to what proportion of the $20,000 Bond hereby summoned lo Appear M jn. fea
t growing frol1'tthe
"' would if there had been no cold GEORGE M. BOBBINS. WALTER S. GRAHAM. before the Cwsty Ju-lfe,oa Moadtj, ':

PROHABLY THE OLDEST mall in the is crop impossible or blossoms were destroyedit weather, and the chances now very I\,:()BHINS & GKAIIAM CO., Equitable Society, The 24th Day ofJaauvy, ISSC

to tell I\II.Vl't.! at o'clock A. M.. to respond u4 teat*
Mate is John Gomez who with much in favor of their bringing much AITORNEYS-AT'LAW, and it in
.1 t bis The general of the pay for twenty timnnyeoDeerntiii. laid alleged abtalaaa
'I'' wife summary injury better prices! thr.n they otherwise Will practice all the tourt State and Tbe cue will bu heard at tau s Cct tej
living on Panther Key, downnear done in the State is give.i in the following r'elertl.pedal facilities fur examining andlierfeotlng annual installments 1).WAIMIIGIIT. ) .elre.t,
1 .
would.
West. land tltl '&L

one hundred Key and twentieth He o-lebrated birthday his U. Weather Bureau report, '1'1..0"v I"..in..nn"I............ 1'0",y..nu''"""", ,",, .!....H'.r ."..".. 'ftft..We. 1..1."Uft"have.".."closed'.. ..rufO___our.L.IU"Went.+.n'.."..Palm".'. on_ L 0 Beach"_,""uon_,, _office_ or_n nn un1J..v .v.v'n.nm .flint......,,, .ntV ...." u__ _......_"
dated January ll: northern of Hade
should
part County be re
I on the fourth oft IIH month. Bothhe i done much with their plants yet. but ferred either to our Titusville<>r Miami office, the end of twenty years 'HERIFFS SALE. 1.
The week has been generally fair are getting in fertilizer and ao,1111 receive proper attention.
and his wife in making
are good hei.lt TituH\ille, Bre\ard (onmity.andMlamLDade (after you have paid
and almost rainless. Damages to all l Coder and by virtue of aa tuettta M
:and from present indications, have things ready to start in as soon! i County, Florida 10-21-J7
the of the various products of the State as the plants have pushed out newt all the installments) out of the Coaaty Court of Date GkS
promise living many years from the cold wave of the 2d and 3d FRANK W. POPE. D. C. CAMPBELL, Florida a cause then-is p u8si. via
longer. growth enough to show how miny you can- R. Thom. U plaintiff. aid Th Takmi,
with the &
the condition CA3IPUELJ4t
locality
vary ,
"''' are worthy tlllth'lItionlnd how p01.E Baptist Church, of West Palm Bock, tit* _
of plants, and methods used to pro- (A) Draw the principal of the trustees are defendant. I have btMM" ," -
THE FISHERIES CONGRESS met in tect interests involved. The bulk of many hive to lie replanted.On rTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. Bond in (rash with a dividend ad- and 1I"0I11"11.t public auction !. trod t>*:-

Tampa yesterday and by this time vegetables have been killed-as is the whole, although the temperature 111 East Bay Street, tided,or, Court HoQ.e door, at JMO Dada CM*.:. '

have. o""hl.got down to business frequently the case during abnormal did get down a little below w:417 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. (Ii) Draw the dividend In Cub, I Florida,during the legal hoar*ofufcwf :'.
i
Fishing for food fish is l First Monday in February, 4.ft f3lhi :
Winters-and and
one of tender citrus trees freezing some damage was -- leave the principal with the Society
the and IIII.'i
highest lINt bidder
lot
a' the leading industries of this section, damaged quite generally. Some reports done to vegetation, the facts, as far IJ (;. IIOtlU,11. I), and receive an annual income 1 interest of aald Tabernacle BaptfclGi

and fihindor sport in one of the indicate that, where less than as possible to ascertain th 'IU up( to PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.Olfie of $looo (Le.,5 percent .per an and Its truitee la the folfcgfantof,

I (principal/ attractions of this place I a year old, they have been killed. this time, show that instead of thuthousands num) for life,leaving the principal real Mtat and the app.rteaatatswaalvf*

# for tourists, and one or both of these stantial As a rule growth, orange, under trees the with worst a sub- of dollars damage that sad Hotel Keanleme PALM BEACH.near Royal Poinclana 6197I I.l the Bond to be paid to your longing Dade and,and State being of Florida aitHate, to-wit la tU;f :;*_} .

intercuts should have sent' H'pJ'Pspn- con- eats reported, it will amount to only helm at your death! Being tbe West Halt (WVi) at Ut 1'Iot :

} ta lives to this congress, but, as far ditions, will only lose their leaves. hundreds and probably few ot them in Block number forty-one (41) U tit Jr111F; .
Many groves are reported untouched ? W. I'UGII, M. D., Do you know that if of Went Palm Beach, according to thtfbtrf:
as ,,'e can learn, t hl'YI ra both unrepresented. and fruit gathered since and the damaged! t'tll"Ips are all IJ. the said town, on file la th. oS.s all .

the cold wave of the zd and 3d was replaced by another already coining PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. JOlt should buy such a Clerk cf the CUrcnlt Court of lade ca''
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in good condition. Pineapples crop, with good prospects ahead for KfMtlem-e-\Vcxt Office in rear if Dimick'M of Olive Drug Street Store., 3 Doors I Bond and should die at Juno, Florida.IL I.CHILLINGEOgT1 T.=::if-

THE INITIATORY NUMBER of the along the East Coast of the State- it, while the pineapple( growers'greatest South of Cleiuatix Avenue after paying the first Sheriff of Da0t4tk tl.-'.
.'lorila'ralt'rual Record is received. where not protected-were considera loss will probably be 3-21\ unn T P\LM BEACH. FLA. W. I. UETCALF. :

. It is a nt-ji'ly gotten up i i-! >ly damaged. With the slightest in the smaller size of the fruit.caused more installment, all further Attorney fur Plaint 1f.NonC j

'i lu-trat monthly magazine, devoted protection, however, they were by the temporary check to the 1) It. IMHTKIt. J(. D., payments will be 17-

to the interests of the Secret not damaged. Bloom of strawberries !rro\..th of the plant by the cold 3-23-93 PALM BEACH. PL* waived, and your heirs !! IN ATTACHMENT.In
killed
Oiders i in Florida which means only a delay .
and to judge by than the
by killing of the
I tin- number in hand is of a few weeks in shipments. i lams will at once receive the County Court, Dade County, /fc!
valued
; a ad This section
.d was only slightly disfigured .' UG II, George A.. Gale
Regarding the outlook for
I dition to the literature of the State vegetables the frost J.A. principal of the Bond n. } Altachwritw.8. V
by and is still in the
there will
be the usual crop. Union. Sum wori1 14.1.,
:; and worthy of support by the members Vegetable beds were saved, and ac- ring and able and willing to put i in DENTIST (20,000) ? To W. S. Union defendant and aO etWjfon ;
Crown
of the different !!' cret societies is its best licks in the fruit and Bridge Work aSpecldty.L.wal luterevted: ....4
tivity and
: general replanting. In view vegetable Ames lietic n.,ed In Excrartion Do you know that
; Its price is dollar of You are hereby notified that flit bM _
one a of the line Teeth.
I year or ten failure of many sections as of old, as who
.' I anyone Teeth I xt acted Without Pain. such Bond Instituted and know pending, la OICI
.. cents a copy. Its home in Jacksonville. through the State to receive the will take the trouble to com down OFFICE-lib J..ur'rulII for Clematis: Ave. a can be issued Court of Dade County, Fiorfcla, by 0, nt'
and
i and its editor and proprietor warnings of frost and freezing and visit us can easily find out i in 7-2-1IU WEST PALM(Hire REACH.St. FLORIDA. for Si,000, or for Gale nf.. S. Union, whnrla "*t h*f *

I !l is J. W. White, himself a memberof weather, issued from this office on more than $100,000 described property,II., ami brief Mid
:t. ways one. or for County of Dade and Florkla,hMM
t the any Mate of
of I'.
I
the >
: several secret orders. morning Saturday, 1st L A\IIL, attached, to-wit: ,
1. ins;, the Director wishes intermediate
J to state amount?
"'" The rJuitbalf of Xorta-Wet ..*.**!
that messages indicating the cold DENTIST. Do you want to know East half of Soath-Went quarter awl W.*l*
I ONE OF OUR EXCHANGES so nearly) wave were filed in this city about 10 COCOA. INIHAV 'tIV .R. FLORIDA. .88 of North.*t quarter and Writ liB..W*

f' voices our ideas that we confiscatethe a. m. on the above date. The Warning -- --- more about this Bond Went quarter and undivided half bttntf*
I I East fractional half 4 Sri tloa 81,... (1f.
article and, with but blight wai: "C ld, with freezing in the \YALLAUE it. MOSES, Then fill up and mail Township Forty-KIs (JA) fe..1....."..-

changes, give it to our readers, calling North portion, and frost in South the Three (43) Fast, Dade t'ou..,. FbI *.
especial however, of portion Sunday morning." The Successor to A. W. Robert, coupon below.COUPON.. Doe (11 Mule. Oae (t) lion "..... *
I those in the State is divided into forecast districts REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Single UameMFour(4)PoialA Farta.0w3
city and country, or and all that portion south of Agent for West Palm Beach Town Lots, also Weed Hoe,One (1)) Scythe and taattMP
those interested in either, to it : of latitude ....Give Went Palm NOTARY Beach Water Work Hoe One (1)) Cultivator, Two iJ) Mat"":*
parallel
.. 27 constitutes Clematis Avenue, PUBLIC One ((1, Plow, One (1) fcbuvel slow, *,!
I "TiiESc.x will near Olive .
strive Street
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during the the South
portion. Several circu- 5-21-97 WeNt Palm Reach, Florida. I'EIIEZ Light llama,ODe [I I PowdtrOaa.O lB
j year 1808 to still further advance lar letters have been issued, setting F. HCFF. Manager, Fork One (11) Sprinkler. One ill 8h"H *

I the best interests of this city and forth the divisions of the State. GUY (. METCALF, The Equitable Life of N.Y., One (1] Packing House That tht t*..**
aid W. & Union la ld Proton'l'** '!*
Its The cause of the failure *
I county. ability to nrcomplMi to receive Jacksonville, Florida. attached

good results on this line will) depend d '! warnings, or their arrival too late to the NOTARY PUBLICFor Now,therefore, this aald .... 8. Un_ III

upon the generosity liberality and I II Ipublic lie of use was presumably due to TheSun. Deeds, State of Florida at Large. I would like to receive an example AU other persons interrehd. are *,"* *
Mortgages
Leases
and .*
the fact that Contracts quired ..
*
appear to aid tloa
many operators were ar
I Drafted.
spirit exhibited the of 20
( by people II' off duty celebrating the New Conveyancing a Speclflltv. your -YE.tR E.\- the fln.t !Monday February A. D.I"Ju.laml'tat "***
; of this community. We have i in year. All Work Guaranteed Legally; Correct nOW IEXT BOXDudlll'ted by dtfaalt will be eatefrt aft .
I West I'jilm I teach and Dade Couuy'' The report from observers in the Office In TROPICAL Scs Block. said defendant.WItne .
i Went Palm Beach Dade t ounty, Florida. my age. hand .1 of aiMh
Southern my and tbei
1 all the elements of success, and if District of the State are al-I
a'
tide lot
;
day of November, A. D. ISUr.
; considerable advancement is not i eo given as follows: J II. LIVINGSTON, I was born tin the...........day of (Seal.] A. K Ql'IMBT,

I made within the next twelve mouths Jt'PITER-lIeavy frost on 2nd and s Clerk Coat***"
JUSTICE OF THE
PEACE WM.1IETCA1.F.
it will be the fault of our t itizt'ns." I 3rd; did no particular damage in .... Sixth Judicial District Dade County, ...................................18......... Attorney fur Plaintiff. 11+*!.*.*
1 this Florida .
but
vicinity, on the morning of I IXam. II I -
Office in Massey Block, I '
the 4th a killing frost occurred I ------- -

"THE BREEZE." I i which practically annihilated all, 7-2 F97 WEST PAUl.- -RPirtr_-v.., .tf...... I .-....,......................................... I I WHEN in Jacksonville be lore Wf- WIt .-
!
The DAILY PALM HEACH BREEZE vegetables and greatly injured pine. A Chance to do Your M. D. L. DODSON. I your Old Friend, who will 3""1

on un.fa.\'IHst, flung its banners to apples. The extent of the injury to j Alltlresd............. I you with Bargains in
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the breze and) launched I out into' pineapples time alone can tell.-J. I ................ II Dry (ioocK> Clothing .'

daily journalism, to lie routinUiHl 1 \V. CROXK.MYERS i Jo."I.(17 ienls F'unhhing.-..
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during floe hotel l se.ison. Th*
neatness
-The past week has been D. SINGER, Manager,
Miami
and manifest sk-ll of the Florida.UNDERTAKING. II
l'Om- Bridge
Street Near
positors'art in its general makeup phenomenal for its clearness. The 8-2"-5- FRANKLIN bHEEN. CEO. O. 11-11-97 JACK Bay.:..oS\'lLLr. : Ii
called forth encomiums cold blast of the night of the 2nd & BUTLER
many from ;ii Job. SIlE" BUTLEK. -
('riti'all'atrnnlit.'. One who knows inst. cut short the career of tomatoes .: -

j that r.f which he speaks, did not etc. The large orange trees S'JRVEYOK AND CIVIL ENGINEERS.

hesitate to compliment the editor were not hurt at all, nor the lemons LandI Office at West p.B nrh Bargains in Land

I on his first issue, by assuring him and limes. The avacadomangoes GEO. H. MALTBY. nish! iS lectinggand aDd 1081'" fur.
that if was the "neatet-t and most and guavas were pinched 1 lug and estimating tlmll4'r ItrI dlol/ ands, IUl'at. At from i.t to M of pri''I'I08 adj" ii.lJJJ
some se. lul and a specialty tare. Muck and fruit lands for sale la Je" M1
fiinishcd hotel! daily that he had I verel}. Of course, where there wasa -.4-- lunlcallonll correct by work mall guaranteed. All tOIr.. wards) lot*. at |V) per arre.dunn ts .l a
evfr seen published.! The daily, telegraphic soft Care and lion.. Ial'" and lIIup !/'t't't'lve prompt utten' da,.. These land are on Late ,.'<**'t5
'llrAIl
young growth of kind it It LO Lantana.
any Embalming of the Dead "* WEST PALM *'I'.t 1'rI. i and known a. the HlP *vrS *
news, reaching Palm Item-li I was severely .-M. M. BEAHLKLA. 11-7-3SEJtIOLE LaDd-the best Und, la the t .....1 y S Ir
12 hmirs ahead of 20 Years' offer tor f
any other daily, GARDNER. Experience ; special vegetable and pintal -

forms a characteristic feature of THE -.--... ittIiilFItSI-IiII Kay Trriu6 per not OB drfetrd.".f
BRiEZE that i is highly appreciated PALM VIEW-Lemon and grape Nork D. M.GEIUKIDEAC, "'eutl/. For further p.rticulars.eW.f ..

I and will make! it a favori'e HmonLltfl ? fruit trees are injured; so are budded j ta. Funeral Supplies in Stock. FIRST-CLASS TONSORIAL Manager SAM BROWS, JR., (Ow* rti)

j business and commercial'guebts. trees, tomatoes, beans, eggplant ...- New WORK. Coooanut Gr9Ksor fII.
Fornlture-EyerythlnK
squash, ,guavas, eeL >>4- T I"lraph "l'urultur" Neat *
I Store, Wt'IIt l'alol and Clean. W. I. METCALF. West Palo **
Sea&.b, I'J.o114&." snow under Seminole hotel
Wf1 B' )I. 3. I, ')dAN, Lantana, f1>&z
a.t ti iPaha>)C41 n. ..vi

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TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, THURSDAY JANUARY 20, 1898. 5

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EVIL When call visiting on.._Jacksonville 01. E. DEALEHIN.
GRvBER HARDWARE
the Splendid ..,
J. A. CRAIG &: BRO.

romanticism to ..FOR .....
I! place descend in the al MEN'S FURNISHINGS.We and Crockery

i go far toward carry the Largest Line of \
baleful in Glassware,Lamps and Lanterns.
of lives. Hats andNegligee
reform young is impos C MILtrD PLO W All Kinds of Boat Coods.
of things, for in Shirtsto Stores,Tinware,Doors Sash and Blind
becomes true to be found in the State. Sole Agents for
All Kinds of Fishing Taekle and Sporting Good.
higher order, I. Knox and Youmans Hats.
Gasoline Stoves. Blue Flame Kerosene Oil Stoves.
the class of
I Everett Block. 229 W.Bay Street, aD.: Harrison Bros. Ready Mixed Paints.
needed. -
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I 8--97 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. Xa.il Orders Olven. Prompt: Attention11197
of low sensa-
I newspaper must
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with the cheap

than is always a dis a SAY BREISFORD BROS.

tever nature or a G Lake Worth is a beaut. Get'
to favor a crim- whiz! who'd a thank it? Sum-
exaggerated. If rner rite in de Winter, and RealEstateandInsurance
of per.; stores just de same as New
or intelligence c York; lectric lights and t'in.rs
class the pub- L Q like dat. Gee! wish I hall l( Palm Beach, Florida.
rhapsodical brung Liz wid me to tjet a ride
refinement 0 in a growed-up baby coach
Notary FtxbligCottages to Rent.
visitors to his and say! de beat ten fifteen and
by their twenty cent Cigars on I 6-1-97 Post-Office Building. North of L'oineiana Hotel.
fancy that they earth for de feller dat likes 1 to
treat hisself, rite here in de'
never the hero dandiest Grocery Store in*
: in the dime nov- /Tt.jf \\ est Palm Beach. Sw?
him. His 9YAfa'4+'f/T The Yellow Kid makes noj SAMUEL STORER GEORGE H.CHASE.: KII.BURN POWERS.
of a very low ff"0mistake about our Cigars.
., ESTABLISHED 1865-
and cun ***
They are a treat indeed.
narrow circle of
and then "1. W. Burkhardt Bros.

which. Compare works for it S. li. STORER CO.


fights greatly except Wholesale Commission Dealers
advan- \ Miami, on Bay Biscayne Florida
and into amiability a cor- Hotel t Miami The Most Southern Railroad Point in and Shippers of all Kinds of. .

to him the United States.
of the low ro Accommodations for 200 Guests. Hotel Homelike and Comfortable. Lobsters : :
tha They are no ,
as they serve IM6-97 S. GRAHAM. Proprietor.


humor Pure selfishness, apparent is at .;*)g .gx. . . . . . . : Fresh Fish :

family affec ,
test comes he

"honor everybody among to OYSTERSAre : : Turtle.

only to a certain ........
becomes clear excellent eating when you can get them FRESH. That is the
or indirect, Particular Attention paid to consignments from Florida.
of the gang only way we have them. We get them fresh here Every Day from ;

thrown, to the |:) the finest oyster beds in Indian River,and open them to order any : 11-18-97 16 Fulton Fish Market, NEW YORK.
each clutch-
wreck of their way you want them-serve them on the half-shell or fill your order
henceforth preys
for a gallon or a barrel. Call and see us at the City Dock.
uo more com- @
in preying upon T. V. CASHENManufacturer
-Edward C. T GARDNER'S OYSTER HOUSE ,
: Review. I. ,

of and Dealer in
FIRES.
FRANK C. GARDNER, Proprietor.I 1

a< Faithfully For .
>Are Iuured. .
; : Si Nicholas on . . . . . ... '. . . YELLOW PINE LUMBER
-a by Charles
a series of
:- oil the New T ( house; best accommodations on the
Mr IIr the Hill poor says these: FRESCO O TjOTEIJNew I I Coast; table' first-class, and every .And Timber. .
,, u and comfort; hot and cold
inn--BEAUTIFUL work just as
to save baths; modern improvements; in center of the famous pineapple section; closeto Mouldings. Turned Work. Fancy Scroll Work,
ii: the expensive- the Inlet; fish and oysters in abundance. Pickets Lath, Orange and Vegetable Crates.
of the rich. At
are of great Terms Moderate. k
Jacksonville, Florida. 1028.97
m getting the
the goods J. L. JENSEN, Proprietor

protect them JENSEN, BBEVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA.
covers. The
ak out in the ts T Don't fail to stop at Jensen when visiting the Indian River. 12-16-)7

then to the, following top floor, --- The Southern Fuel and SUpply COillDany

greatest extinguish damage these Wholesale And Retail I)criers In-:
below have to be The Jacksonville Fertilizer CO.

for poor the families fire pa- Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Oem

they owned. E. SUDLOW Gen'l and Laths.
of the patrol re- Manager. ent, Shingles
do your heart

their how thanks profuse, Pineapple] and Vegetable fertilizers. Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.

shower on us
vetl their things.
wringing their Ammonia 5-6 per cent. I Ammonia 5-6 per cent.
lost, Available P. A. 4-5 per cent. Available P. A. 6-8 per cent. Office 408 West Bay Street.
then, when the Potash K. 8 O. 7-8 per cent. I Potash K. s O. 9.10 per cent
Lack and show -- Jacksonville, Florida.
well aa, a say chip, there un Cotton Seed Meal and tobacco Mixed in (Equal 102897"New

do for us.
....Quantities...
uot insured, and
Process" Blue Flame Oil Stoves
protect people Special attention given to private formulas.
not supposed to
orders are to I:!.I 6-11 t& Send fur I'amphlet and pi lew. W. F. ARMSTRONG, JR., Agent.

and find, and out it Standard Light'g Co's Vapor Stoves

the little all
who half the OUR EAST COAST AGENTS: -

clothes to their The J H Niver, Daytona J C Frink, Stuart
to work just as W P Shryock, New Smyrna M E Gruber, West Palm Beach
fire as in a EAST COAST Frank T Budge, Titusville M B Lyman, Lantana
and we do Edward Stiling, Cocoa Stranahan & Co, Fort LauderdaleGeo
; places, no mat- A F Paddison & Co, Eau Galhe Jordan & Spivey, Lemon City
or the poor." Hodgson Bros, Eau Gallie D R Knight, Lemon City
A Y W Hogg & Co, Fort Pierce Frank T Budge, Miami
Corp Geo E Coon, Jensen W W Culbertsou, Cocoanut Grove
from the east, it
in the Edward accounts III of Florida Offers The Raymond D. Knight Co.

triumphal en SOLE STATE AGENTS,
,
or drums
which 10-21-07 Jacksonville, Florida.
Another of
," or kettle

: ;with't Chaucer its name also, Great AdvantagesTo

the m his"Knightes descrip- THOS. HOONEY & SONS, I


and blody clanounea.sounea. Commission Merchants
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kept a in troop his em-of Settlers in the way of I
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Edward II on IMPORTERS
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of 60 shillings Perfect Climate, Productive Soil, i
Janino the
their! perform- Choice Fruit Lands, Rich Garden Tracts, Foreign and Domestic./ r


I i Work. Sugar Cane and Good Schools, Fruits and Produce,

I yon know, old Tobacco Areas, Plenty of Churchesand I i

but you're not countless ways to earn a competency' WHOLESALE
CROCERS
1 refuse to be #' -TAGISONVtLLE ,

: Uiicago with: which f p&he J COME TO DADE k'LOI IDA. 102897THE


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j THURSDAY. JANUARY 20, ,1898.IN .
8 THE TROPICAL SIB WEST PALM: BEACH, FLORIDA,


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ABSENCE. The Ubhop and the Briton. I ESTABLISHED 187: I -

Witch her kindly stars In speaking of his recent t Ml to Eng legitimate banting businessupon & Comst1
Conducting a
Prom the sweet protecting gklei land Bishop Nelson of Georgia rays: commercial lines, Kingsland .
strictly
Follow her with tender eyes. "I caw the naval review, which \\39really ..
Look so lovingly th t she 1
said
fine
very An Eugli.-bman to
Cannot choose bat !
think of me.
Watch her kiwlly. moral me, 'What do you think of our navy?'
'Why it is splendid,' I rvplictL First NationaTfil of FloridaT No. 5 Fulton Market, NEW YO! -" n.

Boothe her sw.'ly. night. "'Well do you think we could do ,

On The her tired eyes lids, o'erwfaried.with htht; caress.press: anything in case of war with the United WHOLESALE DEALERS IX ALL KINDS OF FISH.
! \ &:;a1t
States -
i Let that shadowy hand of thine ?
I Ever in her dream stem nafla. 'But there is not going to be any Jacksonville Florida, -
,
; Soothe her wwvetly. night!
war.11 replied.
I Wake her gently morn. 'Yes, but if there should bl' Oh, Solicits the business of merchants. personal planters attention and fruit growers. All accounts Have gFishSpeei&I IIIGO.Ul

. Let the notes of early birds you know we could whip yen.' Drafts on England and the Continent bought and sold .
,\ Seem like lore's melodious words. Well, I suppose you could,' I re- on favorable terms. bit
r I Every pleasant mnd my dear. joined. 'Yon know di.l it ia 1773, R. C. COOLEY, Cashier.
: When she sun from slurp should bear yon TAMES M. SCIlmI.\CIlER, President b
, Wake her gently morn! and then whipped us fearfully in 1312 10-21-17
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I so I could do it A
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suppose you now. ----- -- -- --- --
gigs her softly winds "I did hear ,.
not anything more from .
Softly that she may not miss CO.;
I AnYIiWl'et. accustomed blip bim.-New York Tribune. JD. HORN & ; IIQ

, On her lips, her eyes, her face. .. -
.r 1 Till 1 come to take your place. Bicycle Term. ConslgnznzntB Solicited Cad
i Kb*and kiss her
windsPhoebe tbry 50 E.\Sr B3Y STREET, Jacksonville! Fla. l! ..
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( ENGLAND WANTED WAR. k THE GREAT :\10 X EY-SA VIXG STORE. ec=.

itil : lye se"at Wnolesa e and R< tail. Special Prices to Merchants. Write for quoaliens. j NEW SEMINOLE
> field Back From Fighting Prance In 1893 Our Mail Or ire rVr-'tmcnt i- given very careful add prompt attention. HOTS tbabit
by the German Emperor. Below we quote a few prices that will attract the eye ->f Bargain Seekers:

The Uaoloia, in Fans, recently related Gf
. in considerable detail that doritig Only Brick Hotel in Town. !| -

the Siamese imbroglio of ib'JiJ England : tattw
J was on the verge of declaring war tea;; WEST PALM BEACH:, PLAT J|

I against France The power that opposed ....; -- i
I" .sl ,' Has recently been completed built it tht-a
! the war most V
vigorously was Ueruuiiy H SE'IITOLE I ft!:
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It- ..
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: In fact, said the Uaulois. the war was "-.... .... Ii; stantial manner and elegantly urnbfcai; !
-. .... 1. ... J ilia
prevented by the German emperor."At 0 G:.', a .o k ,g -... ....-. -. on hh! ground fronting Lake Worth aDd commanding a magtlllieeDt.eol .
that time' said the Janlois, '" ttreezes fr".JJ aU ditectio ,.
aDd
w ;OJ; view each way, guests enjoy perpetual .
"Emperor William was at Cowes with
hIs He bad e n -. "- ".. Cuisine and Service Strictly First.Class.
yacht won a regatta prize ? \ ......
from Lord Duaravtu s Valkyrie and the .... and Rates by the Week l \
Special
RatesJ2 fay or
r' ,ire ....... ..... ... per up. wtq
i Prince of Wales' briuuuu: He appeared ... -...
, literally as well as figuratively 's ., ." ..-...... ', GEORGE ZAPF
9 ..-. ....... .... -. HanaH
swim in English waters. It : -4n"
I was as :: IfII
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. 9m .::.
I Kit at dinner in the house of the Roy 9"A :; 'I:. -- ..

Yacht squadron that he received ; ... '
Count llauteklt .....-.. ..... POPE & McLAURIN.JACKSONVILLE FLC j
: the news that the English .... .-... .... j1
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\ government intended to declare war CHAIXLESS SAFETT ...... -. : I
against France The emperor rose from -New York Sunday World. .

I. the table laid asi'e his napkin aud sent T Fruits and Produce
lloun ... at lei. l t \: t
I a dispatch empowering hill eiubassadorin Getting to ltu>iu ti ; -C
f e
in London t<> protest against Lord Rose- After the EnghstiL.au\\itl1..title LuJ ... .. "- .

j bery's programme Moreover, he betook been requetid to take a lat Lu opunt J '.-.. "::" .1r ...... .. Commission Merchants. |i
: himself at once to Osborue Houseto the proceedings us follow s: -

announce to his grandmother that be "I-aw-tLoiigbt 1 d Ji..tt crop iu, j ....--.. Fancy Grades of j

I' never could approve. uuu a course as regains knew, and speak to }cu hLuuc-aw- .-- 'J Butters and Chi!1.(.
Slam your daughter." + I I,>.
We Solicit Your Easiness
i Sometimes Pans newspapers publish What about her?"demanded the old j|9 "

articles on European pr.iitu-s that lac man. li 1 ElRa11t Parlor we 0- Iv solicit the business of Merchants and Will Nut fill orders from Cninin-It I .
should buy from their home dealers
all foundation in fact and the amazing 1-aw-thought I'd like tJ marry II/e

.t story told by the Uanlois might ban her, y' kuaw, if the-aw-dow ry's all On/tj 99 Ctt -

been dismissed as one of them had it right." Decorated Howl wit I I 41j -1

} not been conHmed at once by the Koel "What you'd" like to do doesn't cut Star Oil lleuterx $?.JU and Skittle to mutch. ED. S. H.UNES. K- S.HA3SHfllNES t
1 t macho Zeitung. probably the most trustworthy any figure, returned thoM man t

I journal on the European continent "I'm not interested in that, but if thewant's $4.50. t ., BROTHERS, | .t

The Roelni&che Zeituug's Pans to marry you that's a diflereu Write for Oil Heater Catalogue.dlnni ,
correspondent was at Cowes with the matter and we will get down to Lusi. rn

emperor in 1893 As soon as the Galois n. ness. Does she?" {Machinists and Engine|

had made itlll statement he corroborated "Why-aw-ya-as," answered the t

it Among the influential Englishmen astonished Englishman. 0 -AGENTS FOR- t

at Cowes, he said it was then "Then that ttl sit," said the o 11 e r

common talk that the German emperorwas man, reaching for his checkbook "I'td The Gas Engine and Power Company. )

England's ally against Siam and never denied her anything she \\aiiM
I t France Lord Dutfenn. then English yet. What's the lo\\est quotation )'ou'l1 Repair: Parts for their Motor in .Stock. k

embas&ador in Paris, had come to Cowes put on yourself in a spot Gash tiausac 6 ., t -

to conclude the negotiations for an all tion-Chicago Post. Construction and Repair of Intricate; Machinery; a Specialty i
anoe but had been met with the emper I
or's blunt refusal to take the active part The Lady and the Tiger.

that England wished to assign him. The A benevolent and fat old lady observ \)" '.= -_''';- : OUR SPECIALTIES:

'f i Koeluische Zeitung's correspondent asserts ing a tiger in a cage was moved ty coai- + r

that the correctness of this statement passion to :
say Repairing.
...
i' is absolute Clocks }] \tr- Installing....
and beyond question "Poor, dear creature! I am so sorry Fully _
among the initiated who were at Cowes that you cannot get out." rantecd, 6'J Cents. Gas, Gasoline, Naphtha Kero- Complete, Isolated Lighting]
daring the German emperor's sojourn "I don't want to get out," said the 'jji( Daisy oil Stove ene, \'a'.or. Hot-Air and and Pumping Plants for
there tiger, his Steam Undines, and Scales of mestic operated by gas
cavernous mouth drenched I Burner
only 35 Cent!
r4. Notiif to Ml: While all makes and capacities. .
gasoline
and dripping with the waters of desire. : \iMtins in our City, 2 75 steam or water. <
Mot Tall Esoa h. What necurdliill.v! in tit' you in make' us Ii 1.311.!) "
plunges uie iuto a golf or' dork 3 99 inventors' ala Constpueted with
and
Just at the time when vague reports despair is that you cannot get in."_ J D HORN & 'OoE.stBnSt.. Seeneey Dlapatlb.
were beginning to creep abroad that San Francisco Examiner. WW.,
jACKSJSVItLB
FLA.
Germany was meditating fresh extension to-:S-q7! '"ure...Kor 11 'ii fr> i.litimH dun x 'u
of her frontier at the of Office tnd Works I .
Holland a Dutch official of expense high rank "Barker Solved at La.t. I.l7: Foot of :"bertyStrcet \ Ja oijuille, Flo.IO
prides himself
happened to be visiting the court olBerlin on never saying -
unkind REYNOLDS
an word of the abaeut. &
HULL
and
other
among spectacles got! "
"Oh. that's it, is it? -- -
, up to amuse him a review was organized
"That's what? What are you gettingat DO NOT FORGET..
at Potsdam. ....
i ?" WHOLI "What does your excellency think of: I
I
"Why have been
3 one our soldiers of the?"regiments asked Prince came Bismarck marchingpast as long time what it was wondering about fcorker'i fur a t1ussell & GO.

in admirable order conversation" that made it M hopelessly qtish Game ,
dull. -cincinnati Enquirer.The ,
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"They look as if they knew how to

fight"replied the visitor gravely, "but
Profe or'. Millt .". DRUGGISTS!
they are not quite tall enough."
The prince looked rather surprised "What made Grumpy so mod when and Green rpurtZs.
the
but made no answer and several other phrenologist said he laved a great
love for little children?" WE CARRY A FULL
LINE
regiments filed OF
past in succession, bu t
the Dutchman's verdict upon each was "Because the lump the professor wa s SERVICE TWICE A DAY.
feeling was caused by a La lLallHt11 Druggist Sundries
till the same, "Not tall enough. Toilet s4rfr.
I At length the grenadiers of the guard which a small boy accidentally struck We eatt-rt-ii to the ben ira.l.- la-t dear sod ,. .

jade their appearance-a magnificent I Grumpy.ever since"He's Detroit been laying Fee Press.Why. fur the. kid are fulu prepared in di oil this 6ea"on. Perfumes and patent Medldtti
ody of veterans, big and stalwart
, i-nough to have satisfied even the giant -- -- -- A Fresh
i 11 loving father of Frederick the Great Indeed* SPECIAL ATTENTION Line of Tenney's Candies. i.:

but; the inexorable critic merely said. She-If you could have one wish { J JIS .:

11 "Fine soldiers, but not tall enough. what would it be? GIVEN TO ORDERS Courteous Treatment and Prompt Service. J -.
Then Prince Bismarck rejoined: He-It would be that-that-oh, il FRO.1The

"These grenadiers are the finest men in I only dared to tell you what it would t5-1-97 Seminole Block West Palm Be8C

>ur whole army May 1 ask what be
your She: -Well, East Side --- __ __
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excellency is pleased to mean by saying go on. Why do you sup h __ -
that they are not tall enough?" pose I brought up the wishing subject! --\VRITE FORWholesale ;

The Dutchman looked him full in the -Chicago :News.Uu. WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA. 11-4 411 Prices for Market Gardeners, of

i ;' face and replied with significant emphasis Reliable
: Change Tested Seeds I
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mean that we can flood our ,
country 13: feet deep. "-London Tit "Hello, Eilson! How is it I hear so Grown Especially for .
Florida
Bits. little of you nowadays in connection Planting.

with that Good Government club?" BURTON K. BARRS
i Converted. "Er-well-I have Seedsman
sorter '
I,I Small Boy-What'll 1 that kind of dropped 98 M BARGAINS JACKSOXVIl: LE. FLORIDA. ;
I do with this thing since I got the prom M 98 These Price, ,,
box? ise of lire the tame a.eel, dI "
hot -
money a good government job. -In ddphta and oewhl'rt' and the [ ere by rc uable wevismen New \"orL ::
I Mamma-Put it away of course. It dianapolis Journal rimier Orders san:: 11: time and frr'itht \I i I .tmount o. ,. -I Jenble. 6-
T Shipped Same
has a shilling in it that your aunt gave Yy..r. .+n = DaReceive
you and some change your pa and 1 The Brute We Hare a Full Stock ::: -
i put in Wife-1 wonder how uf Ladies'flwl
, you can look !
I "Not now There taut any money in me in the face.IlusbandOh. U. DAENbRjCKsO !;

it now 1 spent it" I a man con get used tcanything. Gentf Shoe. N,

"Spent it? What did you do that for?' .-Tit-Bits. .. _1! _, y "' -
">\ny. the clergyman preached soL L.autcy 11l'esioor(.v our specialty. general

hard against hoarding up riches that :The Dialect :N'ovelbt. Merchandise.

i I got converted and spent what 1 had.London Be wachelt and bachelt, Mrs. Frank u'illlehere for a week ,
Fun. Be bchughelt: and aauchelt. orxo and Wholesale 1
With a Wh and Oils' .
many a botch ,
Be scartit and raluf will offer you Special Jiurgains.J Gasolines
76') and SB- Salt Groceries Paiits CM
Venice and the Hone.It His: memory and scrapit ,
said that A story he dud was"braid Scotch. P"c.enlll'illt
is some of the Venetians Ecenj Dollar's

-those who have never been to the Be row led and he sun led worth Hats, Cap! Sloes Dry Good
mainland-have never seen a horse in In a sty le ould and hold purchased at the Seedy Ms .1
all their lives. A showman once broughtone With lots of begorrah and w ail,

to a fair and called it a monster And Be bejabbt-nxl paper he gUbberod and gabbt-red Scwin! [ Mc is Harti an. -

and the factory hands paid a shilling When he wrote hu miscalled Irish tale. BOSTON STORE: / -
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each to see the l1lal'\'el-lhlcago Inter ;
Hehum'dan.lhtt Agent for
beguni'd Mapts-
Ocean Be wowed, swaned and vum'd I and Wi1li3111 S Clark'li
MRS. J. FRANK ----- Fertilizes
And Prop'r.Sft. :
begaahed about koows and the .
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The nest which is made
into soup barn, I i Anti-Friction Iron Marine
and eaten by the Chinese is that of a Be chewed and he hawed j BOt'h, Railway .j
II onliinvau't .
bird closely allied to the swift The As While hu poor pen he pawed I. .t. WKST: 1MLM IlKACH. Steamers rBrts75 Fed in J.tonglb and 'nder. .
writing a fake Yankee)am. .
nests are made of gelatinous secretion I 11 '- "
from the mouth of the bird. I Be 'am'd and he begged j "Lake
II I Ad he 'amniered and dragged @ I i Vorth"and "(jlady;;"
Bu h'a and i' :
in the
Strife
All lovers are alike and that is Between Wortl
why 'alf and 'alt tester l On Lake '
they COl'1'J5pond.eY Orleans Para 1 And Unabridged fteb&terIn Schooner "
a novel of English ltte.WJIlcClowy. .; PATRONIZE I MARY 8." regularly between .
.rnne. THE Lake ;
SUN JOB Free Worth and *****
G1M OFFICER:I I Delivery boat on Lake Worth.


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THE HOUSEHOLD ROAST GOOSE. --
i iIonUou
COCOANUT GROVE.
City SAMUEL B. MH.LEX. CLARENCE G. MILLER
of Urla Or s- M Directory. MRS..G. B. STEPHE S._ ., Instructor
es-Drsf aatect the Bird tad HOT M ?? ?
Established 1841.
W.J.SHONE...__.__ _.Supervisor
Fer the Ptaao Baok-ftoMt Tor. Cook It. --- s.

key Tor 'ft&abctTlq. Geese are generally in condition OFFCERS.J. COCOA PLCM.M .
prime RS. IE t XETT OB
at this season of the year, and if \. F. LAMOND ___ .. ___._Mayor A. F. .ANti... ,-__ENCHAIN..Instructor._. _._..Supervisor S. B. MILLER & CO.
The ideal winter home U not complete ] E.GLENN.._.....________Clerk
young and fat and properly stuffed witha.ge t H LIVINGSTON._. __ ._...Assessor EVERGLADE.
without iu bit of living green. and potato dressing make most acceptable E0. H. MALTBY_____._Treasurer MIVNIE: M. MAY... .. __Instructor WHOLESALE
Borne persons seem to bare a knack of roasts. A goose over a year old ED. A.GRAHAM ..... .....__Marshal WM.: FISHER._... ? ___Supervisor

Baking plinU poW; but this U not to U a strong greasy bird and is not now LINTON.W. .

touch a gift U an acquired talent considered fit for food. Select one for BOARD OF ALDERMEN. A. H. HOBBS..................__._.Instructor Commission Fish Dealers
The --...--- ...? ............_..._. ."TrtinMiurt ....Supervisor ,
loccearful one study the simple .needa roasting that weighs about four or five GEO.W. POTTER._____ _...? President BOYNTON. No. 7 Fulton Fish Market NEW YORK.
pounds. A larger bird is too An ..... .._. ,
of the plants and U a reward for tough. JOHN B BEACH. ? ? A. S. LAMOND .. .. .
faithful MAUD SEE ....?. ?. ._.... ..Instructor
attendance their charge flourishes.la old one has tough wings, and the lower I 3EO.I. A. STRAWDERMAN..GEO.ADAMS_._..CARLSCHREL'NlCKCouncil L. BRANNING CHAS.: W PIERCE.. __._.._ __Supervisor
of the Special Attention given to the sale of Spanish
part beak has hardened. If the and Pompano
meeting on the 1st, 3d Tuesday in PALM BEACH.
this oonnection writer in The Puritan beak does not break easily, and if the each month at 730 p. m. MNL.. DEBOGORY __....___?Instructor Mackerel, Blue Fish, Etc. .

drop the following helpful hint tip of the breastbone is not flexible the E. N. DIMICK?__-......__..Supervisor References: P'ulton and Market National Bauk, or 4I1Y Wholesale Fish

Fern are very easy to procure and bird U too old. It is said that unscrupulous County Director', COLORED. Dealer in the Uni'ed States.

eacr to raise if one goes about it understandingly poultry dealers try to break the I ANNIE D. LIGHTBOCRNE.?.?. .Instructor &Stencils furnished on application ll183mHOUSE
JOHN WYSE__..___._Supervisor
It it breastbones
of
no old that
uncommon thing to geese so they COUNTY OFFICERS
bud fresh green fern in the of will be flexible, but it is doubtful
glena A. E. HETSER... .... ...... County Julze
the New York wood in midwinter In whether this could be done without the A. P. QUUIBy.... ... .. Cireoltt.oUr1CItrk:
and fraud being detected. The fat of an old ROBT. R. TAYLOR .... Prosecuting Attorney The Only Coffee RoastersIn
Maryland Virginia they are more R.). CHII.UNGWORTH.... Sheriff
common at Christmas time than snowbirda goose is dark, that of a young one light C.C. HAIGHT...... .. .. .Tas Ag+esnor the State.J. THE EAR MAN
In and translucent T.J. HABDEK.... .............Tax Collector
removing these plants from I. F. LAMOND... .... .. .... .....Treasurer
their native toil, a little earth should After picking and drawing the bird }FRAXKLYSSHEEN..... ... .Sun eyor D. & R. D. GRETHER, Is now for Winter Travel.
be taken also Thia mii d with plenty carefully remove all the fat that can Z.T.MERRITT__..Supt. Public Instruction open

of land and kept well moistened each be reached under the skin and from the COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Jacksonville, Florid Best of Accommodations.

day, will give the needed conditions for inside. This should be saved and fried N.W. PITTS, Cbairman..........Lake Worth --8. Table :Best the Market Affords.

natural growth. Ferns often out later for goose grease, but it is of G. W. LAINHABT .. .'..... ....Palm BeachW. CHOICE TEAS, )
are kept J. SHOSB .. .. ..... .Cocoanut Grove OUR -Bating in Connection.
value
without being planted at all A stone DO in cooking, and if left in the E. I.. WHITE.. .. .... .. .. .LeraonCltT PURE SPICES, >
Jtg. half filled with water, ii all that u bird gives it a coarse, rank flavor. W. S. TANCRE.?_.?_.?..?...? Kobe Sound FRUIT EXTRACTS J SPECIALTIES.Paper Rates Reasonable. Short Distance from the Depot.

required to keep the alive Wash the bird inside and outside and Commissioners meet in regular seaeion on

for a month or enD more.green spays wipe it dry. the first Wednesday in each month. paper bags, butter dishes, twine Aaa5MRS... S. E. BARMAN,

Mra Logan has some pretty ideas in If you desire use the time honored COGNTYSCHOOL BOARD. and other grocers' sundries.All ..

house gardens in her Washington home. stuffing of potatoes and sagaSeason SUPERINTENDENT or PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Coffees Roasted After Receipt o( Order. 114-97 WEST PALM BEACH.: FLA. .

Noticeable are the wall pockets covered the goose on the inside with Z. T. MERR1TT.......__........._.Lemon City 10-21-97

with natural bark and tiled with Tines salt and pepper, stuff! it with the dressing 3 W.JAt'KSON.i'hairman..COroanntroveW. MEMBERS or SCHOOL BO4RD.

and flowering plants These and Will it into shape like. tur- U WIDMKYER-....._. ...JupiterJ.
pockets W. COMSTOCK.__. _..West Palm Beach
key. It be stuffed with the ?
may be manufactured from bark picked can same SEEDS.

Ip daring woodland rambles; or; if you dressing as a turkey, but an extra flavor. FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. ... Baker & Holmes
ing of onion should be added ,
chopped to
are unromantic a florist will help yon MEM BIBS PKOU OADR COCSiTT. Fresh New Reliable.
oat in design it Put the goose on its back on a rack E. N. PIMICK. Palm Beach....?...........Senator Crop,
your in R. B, POTTER,W Palm Beach, Representative WHOLESALE DEALERS IN )--
a dripping dredging salt
,
pan pepper
English ivy makes a beautiful indoor -.. Varieties best Florida.
adapted to
and liberal of flour it
a amount
over ,
plant and can be trained
pictures or In sunny window effectively corners.over and set it in an extra hot oven to roast. State Directory. Special Attention given to the Cotton Seed Meal and FertilizersHay
East Coast Trade.
Window baskets. are in vogue again When it begins to boil put a pint of

Those little hanging oases that made a boiling water under it and turn it over EXECUTIVE DEPARTMEN7.w. Corn Oats. }Flour Feed Grits and Meal.
Mail Orders Receive
bit of summer against the winter land. on its side. In a few minutes begin to Prompt Attention.L. ,

cape outdoor should never have baste it dredging it with salt, pepper D. BLOXHAM..Governor CAMERON
gone and flour after each basting. Let it cook J S I). L. CRAWFORD.: .Secretary of State
oat of fNhl<& WM. H. KEY.NOLDS. Comptroller The Pioneer Seedsman of Florida. Materials
There a full hour and a half, basting and dredging JAMES B. WHITFIELD..Treasurer Building -
are some persona who can never it every 15 minutes. Let it roast for WM.B.LAMAR. ... .... .. Attorney General 11-197 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. ,
enter heartily into anything unless it W. N. SHE! ATS Supt. Public InstructionL.B.WOMBWELL
attacks of the faddish.' For the benefitof the last quarter of an hour or longer on .......(ten,. Agriculture
its back.. When it is well browned and PATRICK HOUSTON .. Adjutant GeneralW. Lime Brick, Cement and Plasternig Hair.
such we mention the fact that a certain MILTON. JR...... .... survr or-General
college girl and her brother, a grad. thoroughly done, put it on a platter. Office at Tallahassee Florida.U. 1.13. "
of Yale Skim off all the fat in the dripping Tough on Flies.
hate having caught the fever

of planting class ivies, started a few convenient pan add a cup and of thicken water or with of stock flour., if 8.PASCO. S...SENATORS...... .... .. ....Monticello Guaranteed to Protect Horses and Cattle against Flies.

jean ago to grow slips of ivy clipped MALLORY .... .. .. Pensacola Massa .
from famous vines AI they have traveled I When the mixture boils up thoroughly, 9.18 97 Office. Main and Bay Sts., Jacksonville, Florida.E. .

a good deal their collection is quite season. Strain and serve it aa gravy 0. S. CONGRESSMEN.ROBT.
& Bro.
I with the
utendva goose. W. DBVIS................. ... Palatka
Always serve a dish of tart apple sauce S. M. SP Ai1KMAN .. ........ ....... Tampa
,
A. M" Wa. with roast goose.A WINCHEMBACH, Manager.FLORIDA F. M. BURST, Treasurer.

Take a quarter ounce of attar of roses goose from 3 to 4 months of age is SUPREME WUtiT JUDGES.M. Jacksonville, Fla.

and mix with a quart of strong spirits called "green. It ia then esteemed a MABRy............. ..... Chief Justice
of wins Pus these into a close vessel special delicacy. It ia never stuffed, but F. B. CARTER .... ...... Associate Justice

.............. MACHINE WORKSIIron
mock and shake It, then immerse the la treated like a game bird. R. F. TAYLOR COMMISSION MEBCHAMTS.Fruit

bottle in a deep basin full'of hot water. .
Bow to Mend lIackllltOllh
When the vessel Is warned through R. R. COMMISSIONERS.

take it out of the water and shake vig- Procure a small tin of india rubber R. H. M. DAVIDSON: Quincy, Fla..Chairman and Brass Castings.

orouily until cold. Add teaspoonful of cement or dissolve some strips of pure H. E. DAY......_. ....._................GainesvilleJ. and Vegetables.

ca1c aed magnesia shake again and fll. I india rubber in naphtha then apply a M. BRYAN.._. ._ ...._....._.....KUsimmee

ter, lastly through close mu 4If L A few. I little of the cement to the surface of a JGHN[ L. NEELEY. JR. Clerk.... _... Arcadia. Consignments Solicited General Repairing Promptly and Accurately Done.Iron .
I strip of the material of which the mackIntosh Headquarter and offices of the Buard at Talahansee. -
dropsot this in a basin of water makes I is made. This can be purchased 'S.- Building Columns, Sash Weights and Grate Bars a Specialty, shafting,
.
,.
a pleasant water in which to bathe the Pulleys, Hangers and Boxes in Stock. Saw! Mandrels of all Sizes Furnished.
I by the yard from the waterproofer.
face aDd neck. Honesty and Fair Dealing" Our Motto.
Also apply a little of the cement on General Directory

V tuOsd Pctateea. each aide of the tom part and bring the Customers Sure to Get Their Money. SUGAR MILLS -

Bet is Good Housekeeping's recipe edges together and place over them the COURT CALENDAR, Established in Jacksonville Office and Shops at End of Viaduct in Riverside.JACKSONVILLE..

(or a favorite dish: Bake the potatoes, patch, which requires to be kept in position (Seventh Circuit.)

cutting off the ends and scooping out for a few days, until quite hard, J.D. BROOMt!...... ....... .....clrcultJul1ge for Eleven Years. I -2I-97 FLORIDA.

the oootenta Mix when thoroughly : by placing a weight over it. J. D. BEGGS .. ....... .State's Attorney Best of References Furnished. -- --

bashed with butter, i level.tablespoonS SPRING TERM.
102197fed
Bow to Ward Off the Appearance of Age.
fals for f potato; an egg,'well beaten OnCBola County. 1st Monday in March...
The theory that nerve troubles seriously Orange 3 ot "
for the same number; grated cheese. Lake 4tb" 0. W. WEYBRECHT
affect the has been
complexion -
Consult the taste u to the quantity of Volusia id .. April...
generally accepted now. If you become Bre ard 4th" panish and ,
cheese to be used. Work soft With milk. Dade '* let Monday after 4th Mun-
Stuff the skins carefully: replacing the aged, looking for clouds instead of sunshine day in April. Dealer in Hardware
seek the latter and make those ,
soda Put back In the oven and let them FALL TERM. ancy..r'pineapple i
around yon admire your bright face and Osceola County,1st Monday in October.
keg enough to be thoroughly hot
stay ,. Plumber Steam and Gas Fitter Mixed Paints,
"
cheerful manner. To evade the invasionof Orange :2d ,
..
the face and neck: should be Lake *th '
kilo Ida* for Oak age W .. Tin Copper and Sheet iron Work.
thoroughly massaged by a magnetio per. VoluHia Nov. ,
..
Boll with half
I a
capfuls sugar 4th M "
son. After the muscles and nerves are Brewd
of water until it is Set in Slips and Suckersfor
ttpful ropy 1st Monday after the 4th Mon.
in normal condition through a course
a pan into out 1 water and beat until it a day in November.U. Dealer in Pump, Pipe Fittings. and Getiersl Plumbing Supplies. Tin Ware. AgateWare
and of this treatment the face and neck can Rale, ot the Following Varieties, vi, and House Furutshings of Every Kin.
cooled. Then stir into the
sugar be kept in this healthful condition by a S. LAND OFflCE. Abbaka, Porto Rico,
water the beaten whites of >9
eggs.Tke
course of personal care. Devote 10 or 15 J. M. 8.\RCO ..... ................. RegibterN. Smooth Cayenne,
Plano Back. minutes daily, and always use for these D. ReceivelOtttrvs Egyptian Queen, AGENT FOR THE AERMoToR CONSTRUCTOR of IRRIGATION PLANTS
treatments an oil which acts as a sub- at Gainesville Florida.
The piano back has proved itself a stitute for soap and water and which Ripley Queen, Golden Queen,

feature by no means easy to treat with will cleanse the of all effete! mat GOV'T SIGNAL SERVICE DEP'7. White Antigue. Estimates for Work and Iaterial. One or both promptly

any degree of satisfaction and occupyingu pores J. w.CRONK............ ......... .GUerver Pernambuco,
ter. Only such oils should be used as Fut r._.. :.m. 1.3I.tf.
it usually does such a conspicuous position are indorsed by reliable physicians. Observatory at Jupiter Inlet. Enville.

of the room importance cannot is beneficial before the Early delivery can be made. part of tbe WEST PALM BEJAC'H. FLOBIDA.
Steaming very GOVT LIGHT HOUSE SERVICE. fruit from thin f'lantatlouhaving been picked

very well afford to the be disregarded. massage is given, but the face shouldbe Liirht House at Jupiter Inlet. last month. Apply to __ _n_ ___
Many and various are arrangementswhich
with the oiL
first anointed cleansing
.. ..... -
tried JAMES A. ARMOUR Keeper C.C. MATTHAMS.
have been suggested and Intense steaming should never be resorted J.A. WELLS.... ..... .. ....... Assistant

fututio for its decoration and awkward some others of them too e1ab1 very- to aa it parchew the skin. J. A. PINE.. 2d Assistant I Florida Pineapple Company, Florida East Coast Ry.

5-21-97 West Palm Beach, Fla.)
How to Make Lemon Saudwichea.Cut
DISTRICT SCHOOLS.LEMON" Time Talli. X... 8-uruoted to .JII... 8, 1891.
the crust from the loaf of breadof ---'S.

which the sandwiches to be made CITY. 8OtI"1'K" BOUND (Bead Down). NORTH BOUND (Bead tip).

and cover it with lemon peeL Clover a R. E-McDOXALU.............................Prin- ipal No
McDOXALU................. -2. 0 oaAI STATIO\S. :No 2.8 B2Y _.
MISS Y. A. AMMfltunt
piece of butter, about half a pound, E.L. WHITE ... .... .. .Supervisor ...... ...... Ofip L....... Jacksonville .. .Ar. fiS5p ...... 11106... .
with grated lemon peel and put in the ......10 ...... 8l6p ...... Ar..SL Augusnae..... .Lv. Ii ...... r n...... ......
; POTSDAM.L ......1086& ...... ...... ...... ........8t. AI1I\Ulttn..Ar. 1i:dip .. .... .. ...... ......
, some dish with the loaf. Allow both to F. KID"iER... ...... ._.............In trurtor. ...... Uta...... ...... ...... ...._... Bilotinra. ...... ..... .. ...... ......
stand overnight until the lemon flavor R.R.FRAZIER.. ...... ... ... .... Supervisor ..... .. ... :. .. .. ...._.ltaIItPaatlt.a.: ..... ..... .. ...... ......
.......11 ...... ...... ..::.: Ar..Palatu.,. .......L.. : ..... .. .........
saturates both bread and butter. When NEPTUNE ...... n ..... ...... .. ... ........ Paladin.......... &r. 446p.......... ...... ......
; making the sandwiches melt the butter MISS RICKARDS ..Instructor ...... 1 ..... ...... .....: Ar.SanMa. .L. ..... .. ..... ......
I. and add the juice of a lemon and 4 ..........IRENE............................................ Supervisor ..... SG6a....... ...... ....... L..San Mateo..Ar.. ...... ...... ......
: ... .
......1268p ...... .. .. L..Ormond..Ar. ...... .... .... .
tablespoonfuls finely chopped parsley. TITER .. .. IOfip c ...... ...... ...... .Daytona.... ...... ...... .... ..... ......
.................... ... ...... 115J1.... .... ...... ......:.Port Orange... .. ....... ..... ..... ......
Spread this between the slices of bread, MUS. W. A. II. HOBBS., .. .. .......... Instructor ...... It11p ...... ..... ...... .......};tw Smvru&...... 216p....................
cut as desired J, A. ARMOUR Supervisor .... II ...... ........ "..... Oak H11L ..... ; ...... .... ..... ......
JUXO. ...... 152& ...... _.... ...... .........T1tuav\UI......... ..... .... ..... ...... I9np i.
IlaUliI' FOR A PUSO BACK. .GiveThe .. ...... ...... ...... ......... IS......... 12Jp: ...... .... .........
How to Drew Scant Locke.Cut AXXIE E. (5. METCALF..instructor. ...:.. .Bl' ...... ...... ...... .. ...........&coa _......... 12Up ........... .......
..... .
orate or heavy, while few only may into different available lengthsall A. E. HI fElt ...SupervisorMAMiOMA. ...... aMP ..... ...... ...... ........Rockled .......... 12y'"p( ............ ...... ......
lay claim to being entirely (successfulA the hair except just enough to make '1I6p : .EauGallll. 113 i1. :
.
simple and at the same time artistic which fastened with a handsome :MISS \ FJKUEY.. ................. IntrurtorGEOKGES. l13&. ..

treatment tit carried out with the one loop : ROWLISUlefflloOr ..... 4Mp ...... ...... .. ..........Rcoseland."....... 104.1& ...... ...... ...... {
can comb and backed: by an aigret, a WEST PALM BEACH. ...... 4 5Yp ...... .. .... .:..:: .........SebastiaJl.......... 103M ..... ...... .. ';,NoU I I I5lOp
aid u! a drapery of silk ur tapestry ...... ...... ...... ..... ......... "
of ribbon or a bow, will take the .. .8t. Lucle. i 45s.-
Sometime this is made with a loop L. F HIXDRY.......................... ... Principal ...... IObp ....... .. 500& ....... Fort .. .. ; ... .. .. ...... IiI ,
drapery place of a coil. The short lengths should LOLL AXGEVIXE....................... Assistant ...... ..:... ...... 5U'ia ............ Pieres..... YO'a( ...... ...... ...... B
arrow heading and fulled upon a narrow then be curled, waved and puffed. In D. B. iMiEKSULL ... Snlrvi.urCOLORED. ...... '4Op ...... ...... 5aJa ..........Jensco. ......... ", 817 i
brass rod to fall in natural fold to dress- ...... 5 ...... ...... 5 ............Stn&n.......... ,
this way the head will be loosely Sun. ...... fOlp ...... ....... Ills ..........Alicia ......... aSp
the ground; then again it is a double ed and the effect required will be se- J. E. ..IONE. ............... .... ......Instructor ...... f21p ...... ...... 813& .........Hobe.est. Sound ...... .. top i
drat one material being in a plain D. R. IXGERSOLL............... .....Supervisor ... ...... 'Up....... ...... 6 tea ......." Jupiter ...... 9575..S. <<)p
trJ cured.It ...... '02p....... ...... lOb" ... .. .Riviera. ....... I.
color, or it may be finished by some accepted that the outline of LAXTAXA. ..... SlOp ...... ...... nOO&Ar..Wes Palm &ach. ...L.. SOS.
seems MRS. m n. LYMAX ......... ...... Instructor .. .. 8lep .......1JIIP. : ...... ..Linton.... .. ...... .... .. '
pretty trimmings.Scut the head at the back must not be fol. A. W. Su'ervi-r ..... .'..'.'.' ...... J25p, ......For Laud rda.1e..... .. .... ...... ... 71f1a
lowed. In case of the much to be desired A Chance to do Your .....::16p..1'. .. .. ... 'OIp" ... ..LemooClty...... "I 553&\\ .... ......... .... 5t3.:
ELLIOTT' KEY. ..... ...... ...... 4 RIp Ar... .......3111&1I11.... ... .. ...... ... ... lilo-
Turkey stacks the great coils or loose JUlES HARRIS.......................Instructor.
I A turkey weighing nine pounds loops sufficiently disguise at that point, R. H. T1lOM PEON.......... ...........Sapervi, r. A. "W. BRANCH. Trains S2.85,r.and 78, between Jaob

, should be baked about three hours, or but where the hair is thin the outline BELLE FLORA.L. .. 0.L STATlON 's'e.2. N-o. 4.I 90nVllle Train and 918, 8t.between AI1g113Uneda1Jy.Miami and Port6p !

until the joints easily After be hidden by fluffed out looks. F. KIDXER ..................__..... ..Instructor. OOa!Lv....New Smyru&. ..Ar. lip 5 Z Pierce daily,except 8l1Dtuy. I
separate must R. R. FRAZIER................. ...........Supemsor.BI.STAYNE. 9 ffia Lv..Leke Helen..Lv.12 Hop 4 55pl Train 90.: between Fort Pierce andS
the should not what it used to- ooplu
drat half hour the oven Fluff does not mean 0
S2a Lv..Orange C\ty..L..IpP\ : 3 3tp: Miami daily exoe pt Mon.lay. t
be very hot When cooked the meat mere dryness and feathery lightness will 15p1U tsa Ar..Orange L1ty..Lv.12 Up S lap Trains 85 and .8 south ot SL Angus f

will be the entire The round of each ringlet, E. LEE..... .............................. ... Instructor tine daily except Sunday. .
dry, unless during not do now. PAliEWlLSOX........................ Supervisor o l
cooking process it be kept moist by basting the curve of each puff! must shine. This Th. SUamar"BISCAYNE"
CUTLER
with water and fat It should receive means that the hair must be absolutely r
brushed ADDIELEE DAMON .................. Inmrurtor .11 t
a thorough basting as often as ev clean and that it must then be WM. CZZAUK............................. Supervisor e e
WJ 10 or 15 minutes. In addition to the or dressed to gloss._ MIAMI. t

foregoing advice a contributor to the Bow to Clean Piano Key IDA J.. }1r.Jtll1TT. ..... ..................Principal If appointed to Perform Service follow: i
Boston Cooking School Magazine says: *tl Y M. M *V\. .... ......... .. ..............Assists
Klot of salt pork fastened over the When the keys of a piano are dirty, T. X. GAUTIER.............................Suprr\'i"i>r Lean MIAMI>>JO p. m. Wednesdays and Saturdays, connecting with Train Si.Ltave I
be cleaned with little gin '
a
breast and legs, aid in keeping those they should COLORED. 'Norkr EXT WEST S M a. m. Tuesdays and Fridays i

Puts moist The same result is effectedby and whiting mixed to.a wet paste Rub MUS. ". I.. J\CK..OX...... .......... InKtrutror Ceoaecting at **'.mi with Train 78 following morning. !
of drawing little a little on each key; then polish with a A r. LIGIITItOLRNE..Supertls.iLEES:. r
means larding or cloth or an old silk handkerchief I J.P.BIu..w us. 1.D. BAHNE&, r rfin4
"itrhUko pieces of salt pork (lardouns) oft dry VILLE.SUSAN KaIIIpr. gss'tDen. PatasagerAsat

tatotbese Joints means of lading is beet Core must be taken not to SAX ilEUS.. .............. Iu-truetoJ. r 84, AD utiM, ria.TgISiTROPICAL .
.. p. bj let the paste get between the! kyrs. 1. IJik:; __...........".,,,._......yupeTileu

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THURSDAY JANUARY 20, 1893.
J
8 THE TROPICAL SUN WEST PALM BEACH,,, FLORIDA,

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PEOPLE OF THE DAY.


it kc l:1 un.1I I' MAXGOXIA .MUTTERINCS.... Rev Charles Woodruff Shields, D. f

: UPilil New York Tailoring Co G Trevor Spencer left Friday for St. D., the venerable Princeton professor Cohen BrothuiIti r
busi-
Augustine on canal and dredge whose withdrawal from the Presbyterian

ness. church because he was censured for

! WEST }PALM BEACH. FLORIDA. Popular Price Tailors. hauled out last Friday signing the petition asking a renewalof I
The Eclipse was
, license for the famous
-- ------ on'the ways at the Point, scraped, Princeton the liquor inn has caused so much Of a : J Popular Dry Goods

. QUYI.METCALF, Suits to order, $16 aijd $20. copper painted and put in the water flatter in religious circlet, has been

! EDITOR AND MANAGER. Saturday in time for the regular run. HI
/ Jacksonville
4\
Trousers to order, $4 agd $5. The dry weather has lasted so long : \.';, ,


t; YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION, $2 and Blanks section that several especially of the residents on the East up Side in this are :' \' The Leading Dry Goods i H&li

--- -- - -- --- Samples Measuring

I) sent by mail. short of water, their cisterns being dry. : in the State.


The Wednesday evening prayer meetings '.

. have been discontinued lately, but tkpi # The Largest Stock The Newest StY -

.
of the Methodist
S s 17 East Bay Street there minister is a holding promise service here one even- f' at the Lowest Prices. 1


AMONG OUR CHURCHES, JACKSONVILLE FLA.Bicycle ing in every month. To all whom request we will send sample free of chi

: -us 10-21-97 ---- f' WE PREPAY Express Charges on all -

Capt. M. E. Spencer has repaired all I orders to the amount of |5-oo or over,
, : Time and Place of
Services
: Special u __ damage done to the old homestead by I when money accompanies the order.
Notices, Week-Day and Sunday -
I Meetings. Outfits at Anthony & Miller's.That the fire, and improved it also greatly by The Best Equipped Mail Order Depa

some children believe the whale raising the roof enough to make a full i.
-.- Write for Samples and Trj it. Your Money Back if Good Are lot M tie g
Episcopal Services. swallowed Jonah because they would upper story to the maid part of the
ft -Respectfully--
get spanked if they didn't. building.

, KFISCOPAL CHCKI'n-Bctheala-by-the-Sea. -Fresh line of Fancy and Staple Groceries Judge Heyser spends a great deal of .
Ktv. X. : ,, .. ..-. :
REV.I.. KITZ-JAMKS Ills J.>IIY.MriFokD,\S.'t Mini-ten Rector. at G. G Strohw'sThat his spare time lookiug after his grove .I-I: ," y5Ev. : COHEN BROTHER ,

Servire every Sunday morning at II o clock. a grass widower and a grasswidow interests at Riviera these days and has CHARLES WOOIinUFK Sr/IELDS. D D.

A launch Mill run re uUrly in connection leas cannot b. called some fine young orange and grape frnit that of Pres- GOODS
a green pair. connect;(1 with stronghold POPULAR DRY HOI
;
ingVe>.t Palm: (:.each city dock at 10:30'are n __ trees doing finely. The former were bytensmsia for Dearly half a century ,
tor th" rounil trip, 10 ctrnts.Sumliy The latest and nobbiest Hats and Capsat
School at 3 p. m. SIRKIXS' BAZAAR. not hurt at all by the cold weather and Poring tLat time he has instructed thooconHu Jacksonville, Florida.11N1' .

th<. lotto. .. ,.. Kit. 1"tt1..... _nnlo_ tTi_ _. under. nf f hjrilnfionl ktmlpnfa who AM 10-28-97
.u ----- -- -
: BltOTHI HOOD OK \'DREW.-\Ieetlt on That it would serve some women rightif young growth being nipped some. ; 1 filling pcl.iits:; iu various parts of .t N....... ... ........ ..%.......% .... "%'
! the Second and fourth \VeJntmiay of each their husbands neglected them more the Union Dr Shields was born in ..
.. -- .
raontn. I. K. 1lDaYDirector. than they do. A. G. Angevtue, of Mendon Mich., New AI dl.V" Ind. in 1825. He was -
W. K. ARMSTRONG JR., Serretary.fil. THE COMPLEXION. TBIT SAT- .<6
-- graduated fioni the College of New Jersey
.... Cold weather did off was in this vicinitv last Wednesday .
------ ---- not cut the supply as Friii'tou was then known in J.
.E.Chut'eh.South. of vegetables at the Clematis A venue looking at the country. He came up on 1844 and criuiml for thne in the Bow to Haft .Clear Skla and Haadaa.s That at least one
the train from town off years ;::
Supply Store. Plenty there. morning getting Lip* '
Princeton -omiuary iii itfaO he accepted America is always
St'nirl'ol every tt..t and Third Sundays of at Riviera and walking back. He Very often little pimples and day tmltttr'!
That a man is either fool a call to a Phi lad. liil.ia church and
a or a philosopher That
each month, 11 girl
at a
I' 111 Sunday Srhmil at many
: boils will the and to
this torn
seemed to like the come on lips ;
country up way remained tH> 15 when he
10 ,. that admires that does r y years, retoruwl -
a. n every Sunday in the tutilic Shoot i a woman and blue sash all MinuMf ttittlp'mother
Ituildin /;. Ever)bo'ly runlially invited. not admire him. very much especially the Ridge land, to rTiij,'ton as the professor of rather unpleasant looking sores. These :

KbV. "'. ,\. 1.01IIER.. raster. and was surprised to see that the dam the relations ot try religions; to science : spots arise from feverishness, which ia do the Ironing. -| '_ {

Souvenir jewelry, shells and curios, at age from the cold weather up this way lie has taught t lt'l log} at Princeton caused by the state of the digestive sys That, though clothes do8li@]| J
Idner & Son's. ever since his title being that tem. If this is out of order, spots are
Evening Star Lodge, fio. 46, had been no worse. present man, they help a heap. J .
-- of professor of the harmony of science certain to break out somewhere, and the _
Knights of Pythias That a deaf mute never lets his leftbane1 That Colorado's wooes eS&f, .-
and revealed religion He is the author lips are very often chosen for them to ;
Meets every Friday Xlshtat7-00p.m.standard know what his right hand is !say Our Episcopal lady friends across the of a numlw of theological works, some appear on. You should at once put up the best on dress pub pf -',

lime. Visiting bathers cordially inviteil. ing. Lake have inaugurated their social of which yourself on a strict diet. Avoid
rue htsujaards Dr Shields is very That, in politics, the mutSvback .t
Caste' Hall over rubric School Building. I -' functions for the the first being meat rich .
:1[. E. No need to send away from home for season still ctmuK-red with Princeton oniver- dishes pastry, new bread is lost. !gThat .
GRrBESC.C.
W.I.. WlDMEVER. K. of R. & S. : any boats when Capt. A. T. Rose canbuild a five o clock tea given at the rectory sity. bung su.-taimd by President Pat- cake, wine, spirits and sugar. Live on

2-4-97 !I you one as fine or as cheap as yon last Thursday, at which time a fine mu kin and a majority of the faculty plain, doll, unsweetened food and eat generally, we like tSa) ,_"

want. See him and place your order sical and literary program was ren fruit and vegetables in preference to almost simply because they like HI r .

FUN AND FACTS. That all married men have to be liars. dered, to the intense gratification of The Canadian Premier. anything else and you WillliOOllbe That an old maid can L'-' .aY;:t
Sir Wilfred tanner the Canadian well The lips themselves can be
-- married poiBUonWlt/
those present. The little church of woman _
,, Witty Sayings Interspersed With Boat building done right at home, in Rethesda-by-the-Sea is one of the institutions premier who recently visited Washington touched with a little powdered alum, age a husband. --.....::- Y;
Business the most approved manner, good workmanship with the object of negotiating anew and they will soon be well >
Bargains.All and at living prices. Call v n of the Lake and the ladiesconnected collJIIII'rl'lallrraty which would allow When your lips are very heavy and That er Hon. Wilkinns i -

Capt. A. T. Rose. with it are renowned for their thick sometimes to succeed Senator "
kinds of Fresh Vegetables at G. G. freer trade relations between the you can reduce the Pasco OIfi' _

: Strohm's. That you should never accuse othersof winter entertainments. United States and the Dominion has size a little by rubbing them with tannin That the game laws of f.

-...e- but if you feel any pain or discomfort .
i your own ignorance. hibit eyeD faro and old i I1cdp.1- .
That
Cory'sPalm Beach
museum has Agriculture In Florida. from this leave it off at once. It is

the original first laundry list nude out WANTED TO CONTRACT fur 500 or i.ooo far better to ha\o large lips than to That some men with UK t'oj: ;..

by Eve. cords 4 ft. wood both lightwood and [Written 'or THE TROPICAL Sc.v.J have them look unsightly. donkey, play the pa t of OMjjj }"

i i ---- split green pine price $1.00 and |i 50 When your lips are very much chapped to sing. --,
A big/ invoice of stylish :Sailor' Hats per cord f o. b cars within 40 miles of It isa valiant man who can wrest victory m-- i in winter time in "-t
or high east
and a full line of Flowers and Ribbonsat West Palm F'ach. Address-Lake from the jaws of defeat but if the winds That when a man says at tS 5' -
you should rub them well with
Mrs. F. L. MofTatt's.That Worth Florida.Ice Wot1 a, West Palm Beach climatic freaks of the last few years are boroglycerin. In cold weather be very now, it means he has to fa 6teF r.-
if
when a man stops bragging long maintained only a man of that careful that your veil! is not damp over orders. --i-

about his dog it is generally a sign of a That the only fault of the intellect is calibre should becom i producer on / your month, and constantly dry it with That sometimes even a fat .

new baby at home. that it has no conscience the East Coast until artificial protection 'iA"I your handkerchief. An excellent salveto show more sense than a DILLY .-

F' has been secured for the majority of I I use when the lips are chapped is to
Dout forget J. F. OLIVER'S when Suits made to order. Cleaning and into That the Vesuvius like its : i
you want Fancy I pressing at SIRK1VS BAZAAR crops. Protection protection protection I U4.11' I' put a clean! pot on the fire a goes off occasionally withoat _
Groceries.- dram of white
wax a dram of
-- balsamof
-------
-- -- should be the cry from Dan ton
; ,. That the difference between a man in That a man with a wilted collar ca Beers"' eba. Line trees, board fences Peru, 2 drams of spermaceti, a drain anything. IW_

love and an idiot is all in favor of the never look proud. of oil of cacao and 10 drams of rosewater That Adam's defendants
buildings, anything and everything that
idiot. and the same amount of sweet noblemen, because Adam
Fine Oranges and Apples at Clematis can be interposed in times of storm and % almond oil. Stir over the fire till well "

Seattle and Washington papers at Avenue Supply Store. stress to secure the ten.ler growth. 4 mixed, then strain through a hair sieveor nobleman by birth. a if;
4
: Idner's.That. That naming the baby after the doctor The sanitary benefits derived from the a muslin cloth and put into little pots. That the only thing a nit JJ!!

i when you are in doubt whether never reduces his bill. ocean, are in a measure offset by the These pots must be very carefully corked member is how often be hat J,-: .

to kiss a pretty girl or not, give her storms of wind and blasting salt spray and tied down till they are needed for use same thing to the same pcnuv : ', -
Bicycle Shoes in
just at .
Anthony &
I, the benefit of the doubt. Miller's to which it inclines How to Briuh the Teeth. That some things we ougfctui I -
-.-_ The entire Atlantic coast is subject to -
; Send for The most thankful for are lOGIC ;
Butterick Pattern Sheets to proper way to clean the teeth is
Mrs M. G. P. I. Y. C. these periodic visitation! but the intense to brush -
t Macdonald, Agent, Jacksonville them from the gums to the I get '
Fla. cold that accompanies them iu the SIR WILFRED LACRIEB.
I The fifth race of the crown of the tooth. In this the That will
Pelican Island been for years an enthusiastic way a man be sore B %
North makes them still more deadly foes supporter particles of
That in Chicago. takes more than Yacht Club was sailed in brisk wind to vegetation. Thousands of dollars of a n-cirocity policy and owes nota the teen feed that are lodged between promise if there is money in it tar.i.
will
twelve. inches to make foot. blowing from the south-east over the h"-o... > ho>o>n nt "',"o,>..' .. n,1 .t._. little of 11.1 I pclitical prominence and thAt""tha. .... ..._ n.I_ ..._ be t.._dislodged.> 'oo _. Ifi That it is lack that nm* .fab i
-- -- --
-- -
-- -
--- "' p"a dliu ULUC1 u ijr urusnea ---J
White -Duck Pants usual course Friday afternoon. First- places ;;;; i-0-; ; ocean in the ef success Sir Wilfred to tliut course.the first as is generally the case, the jengtflwise food like to tell all they know, toft
class three French-Cana in-I
cats
j times around.
Second- I
it at SIRKI.YS fort to preserve ornamental trees and dian to the of stead of being brushed out, will little.
occupy
B.\ZAAR'I post premier. He
Class cats twice around.As .
! That the \ounger the editor, generally the "Drucie" did not have fair shrubs from damaging storms, and the was born: m ,t Liu. Que., in 1$41, and more should firmly lodged than ever. One .r That variety may be the spice: i I
a keep skein
t the bigger!, his head. chance in the class same precautions in a less degree are comes of an old French family.. He was a of dental silk always but it is Dot worth a cent fa r*
with the large ready to pass between the
educate 1 teeth
demanded here to make crops a success. as a lawyer aud was admitted hand.
i For Airy Rooms, Clean Beds and a sharpies in this race she sailed with the ,. to tLu bar of lower Canada in 1S65.! and clean them effectively from any

j: Good Seminole Table be sure to stop at the New second-class cats. Time was as follows: Charles Reade gave the folio*'inir Early in hu caret he identified himsplt 4U thing.. *uLL that L has* got between them which That women never talk abort 4
Hotel. Oco- Zapf Manager directions with the LiUrals and in 1871- ------ iu tooinorusn cannot reach. If the Occasional women except behind their bam.'
I for was sent .
Open all the making a popular novel :
year. to the Quebec legislature from Drum. use of a toothpick is necessary, will talk right up to the urea
0 lake 'em laugh! make 'em and
<) -\0 cry' use one made of
That the Hard Scrabble Club had a :. "' ) '"/ Cr. M hnYiEap -make 'em wait !" mood and Anhalaska Tour years later are quill, but if the teeth I That a widow must feel feuM
hard scrabble to ::! he was elected to the Dominion properly attended to such an instru
their house
get Christmas first kts
I dinner. aa" oi0' 0\ While Florida is compiling the vol- of commons from the sane ment will be useless. time she laughs after her
constituency.
i 000 ume of her natural resources and enumerating For awhile he attracted no attention death.

J Chase & Sanbura's Coffees and Teas, the list of her contributions to but during the Riel rebellion he startled How to Secure Pure Water. That the idea some folk hart ding *

t finest grown, at G. G. Strohm's. __ national values, she is going to make the drowsy benches by making a ringing funnel Filtering paper and a medium size neighborly is to borrow wl **

That matches are made in heaven, but you laugh, she is gO !ig to make you and eloquent speech on that out little are all that is needed. The paper pay back.

, they seem like samples of the other v. :x \00\O I') -QOO\... O a .n.r cry, and she is surely going to make break That one speech gained him a 1 bought at as you may know it, can be That some people dout ktt
i < ;r. v wait. But when reputation as an orator, and since then any pharmacy and is very
place-when lit. you she has worked *
I ___ __ __ ____ ..; :Z; "-' \O- < On ,nh QOOv _\ her will with and found he has been in the front rank of his cheap. It comes prepared to fold inside they want and will never be fcfff.
,
; that the ..
I Just received. Ladies Black and Colored ;o. u have you you party Ho was made leader of the Lib- funnel. Then gently pouring water they get it. ,
! Oxford ties.-SIRKLVS N 7 ot M MMMI! fQI accepted her hard conditions as erals when Edward into the funnel the
BAZAAR. Blake paper strains it -
: resigned appointed per. That self is the root of aD evil .
I :: Z part of the discipline of existence she fectly pure. Of I
I -Tbt-; o.J I I queoa's counsel in 1jt\O! :\ and course a heavy stream
only makes
patience pays big profits.For a: will will break it worse.
overwhelm the
. --- f A, you with the generosity last year was called to assume the paper, and a pint or two
t Fresh Groceries always call at 1-0( v I ::xz n I and richness of her largess. premiership is about all that can be filtered at once That there are, generally, s lew|-

I Clematis Aunue Supply Store. 100 o- r-,r.: QO0_ ...1') hN Enforced waiting is in harmony with I without spending a great deal of time in a man's life, when he ain i *
Alununium .
I. That ::: -x< -t' tJ v 00 established law, and pervades every department Various musical Musical Instruments. upon it, but a little perfectly pure wa- women. At all other times 2 *
can always learn ter is
you something :: t-o'J' ceo .. of Nature. of instruments are made often invaluable, and this is often himself.
from aluminium
i your opponents. including mandolins the easiest way to get it.
M M M M M I') M An American miilianaire' guitars. That tori1
i looking banjos and violins and drums. And always Delaware has two
Watch and jewelry pairig- by first round on the tender of The advantages claimed remember that almost
the high tide
t class workmen and green well are resistance any drinking water fresh drawn is and three at low.
guaranteed at lawn to climatic purer
1 Idoer & Son's. kept surrounding the colleges of I influences and superiority than any water that has been That the more a woman tries t. *
of standing
Oxford, England, said to a tone. Some uf the mandolins in the air in
I college
gar- I are open vessels her
made even half an age, the older she look
That a lawyer, is not a horse, even if .. dener : "I should like to have such turf with the body including the top, hour. Too often we think
II
only whether
f I he dues draw ::I entirely of aluminium That will find DIll ,;
a conveyance.WANTED tin as this; tell me how others with the water that has been you never a
! uu man,
> ,g I. my you man- of standing is cold or
top
-
I t TO PURCHASE -FLORIDA >: !! 2':; ; te age it?" and he fumbled significantly in i the other spruce fittings the of neck of wood, and warm. Now, cold water absorbs more your bed if you sleep on the floot
a1 i Rz': R his the usual kind injurious gases and -
l'ROPERTtI'ersonseaaing eNZ pocket if absorbs
I farms as to them faster
or < Zc express a willingnessto Such a mandolin /
j winter homes, send full description and pay for the desired information. $200 The prices ofallaluLl :$;-'S to than warm. Set a pitcher of ice water '-- .

1 I price Ohio.to 1Y.. Bond, Box iSi, Dayton, j' This season each boat is given an av. "Well sir, its very simple; you cuts it dohns range somewhat lower. Ulan. hours in .an it inhabited trill.... !...."."room-L., "and in a_ few I ON-
-- -
-- +
.o
--- -- age. according to its finish in each race, as close as ever you can cut, and you Guitars with a spruce top and the the respired and uuhorueu mythe
That to keep things even the roal and rolls it and back and sides of perspired gases
aluminium
at the end of the racing season the you cuts and vou rolls, in single place. The air will be LUMBER
trust stepped iu uheu the ice for piece are sold at purer but the ,
from
trust let averages are added up and divided by six hundred years. E. X. S. $35:; to|200 Boa water filthy. At an ordinary
go. jos are made with tempera
the number of races to get the general Jan 1298. ted aluminium rims, fit- ture a pint of water will absorb

I For Fresh Florida i'ok'ld Venison average the boats in each class having they with are heads also of the usual kind/and of carbonic acid gas and several pints a pint of SHINGLES

I go to Cain' Home Market, next door the higest will be To Let. heads. made with aluminium ammonia gas. Children should .'
east of Lauther's Hall. average champions. fauch a ban-jo, with wire not to drink be taught
It is important that all boats A five-room could be strings, water left standing
indoors.
furnished played in
I enter as I cottage to let for. the rain.
That he-universe :governed bynature's I often as pcs
law, without the help of fool eral! average every boat is considered to from the passenger depot. Inquire of upon the market is in its body For this 1'111''. ,

legislatures.Retidents. have sailed not less than eight races out box 125, West Palm Beach. minium, while the neck and otherfij.-. of salt in a purpose pint of dissolve 3 ounces
i ----- ------ -- -- -- of the ten scheduled tings are of wood All the the soft water, sponge CIt i Il14kp'OU JAaest'i
to take in-ide
along the Lake will find it place, outside Instruments aluminiun of the skin with this .
to their inte'est and convenience to patronize of the invitation races. Mrs. Carrie Leon : minium violin are handsome and the ala ter until it is quite saturated salt wa y J. li your station .

James Bird, the Ice man who will I From now on the regular Club with its silver gray the fur face downward then lay Write aet**
races body, and finger upon a us for anythinn rue
deliver ice regularly by lioat. will be sailed on Friday Private board and tailP l'Ce of board or the top of straight
afternoonc// Boarding.Everything ebony Iii uf a table and
great stretch Material
btanty It is it
out
-I The next one will take instrument a I'o..tl} as much as Building
That when a woman marries, she 2Sth.lioston. on the New Neat, Clean The makers of the a1tlu.ru- down with a few pot-aible, fastening I
takes everything Ler husband has, including I ....- and iuw c.Jldohui and J'tItrars with spruce not hurt the fur small tucks. It will
to Builders Co.
his name. Teacher-Nametheproductsof Datura St: ,4 Ilomelike'I'I tops are now engagl'd upon a violin in a short place it to dry with Supply '
ate i ... KauPupil. whose back and sides distance of the fire
--- but
will it
I .. --- i-6-tf be of alumin- must be noted St.
)LrJi w JJ Jt5 at ,1 flthouy- filler's. J!tus, IAWUepgets\ ho raid", hell the. ahislen paperi,and)cloo's h.W.-J.ic., cac Su'b'i- a -. -I strnmcn'lam in Ii single piece. the top of the isa quite dry before that being the fur baa to be Augustine---s----, Florida.LainharU. .
/cr JTAs
: to be
.sun. I-. of 6J? -td19 York af"n the board-, otherwise the process removed will from bo W*

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