The Tropical sun
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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: February 3, 1898
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Tmmtut* tun* news, ; OM.U SUH.tak.: 11.tgil.J WEST PALM BEACH, DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA, FEBRUARY, 3, 1898 VOLUME XI. NO. 51.

PERSONAL PICKINGS. on the streets, and Mr. Dunn respondedin TOWX TOPICS. ,COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE. some empty cider barrels found some- HERE AND THERE. o

.. the sum of two dollars for using proPane --- where in the neighborhood. ..

People a. They Come and Co-People Yon language in a public place, after i Local Happenings: From Ou-Xote Book and Utmstiag Items Gathered by Our Scribes Scraps of Jews About This aad That and
being cautioned by the Marshal against I I. I. Hardy was in West Palm Beach
Miy 1 or May Not Know. From Other Sources. Throughout the County. Different Things.p
such violation of law Mayor Lamond last week on business and some pleas.
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Attorney W. L Metcalf is on a business commended the Marshal for his effortsto It would be almost impossible for it :. L1XTOX LOCALS. nre. The locomotive and mail car that

tnp to Melbourne. stop this nuisance, which is so come to rain enough to do any harm now, as -- The Express Office has been reopenedat were in the wreck were finally pat oa

mon in one part of our town, as to it has the track and taken away last Saturday,
been for
dry so long. We are again invaded by a cold wave. this place with the same agent, J. W.
Hammond left
Capt on the "Lonnger"boand make it almost prohibitive at times, to --- Porter the locomotive being taken up to St.
for the Bay Tuesday.Hon. R. G. Lee & Co, the colored grocery- --
decent women passing by, on that ac Charles Miller went to Pompano Augustine on the Flagler special that

count. The Marshal says he will showno men, whose store was formerly in the Sunday on business. DeVoe said it would rain the 31st ult. day
Josiah Sherman, of Riviera TROPICAL SUN have moved
was fear or favor, but treat all alike, building, So it did. Though not heavy it did
excanging supplies in town Wednesday. white and black. into a store in the Seminole Block on W. D. Sherman was appointed Express great good. R. A. McPherrin, of Oskaloosa. Iowa,

--e---- Banyan Street, next door to the Boston has bought the ice factory and is now

County Attorney R. R. Taylor was Store.A agent for here. Several pounds of watermelon seeds: running as a home institution. Mr.

up the first of the week on legal busi- I.XGOSI.lIITTERISGS.. McPherrin to bring his familyand
-ness. J. A. Nicholls and Will Salisbury are being planted while the moon is in proposes
---- of colored
couple men arrested
Preston McMillan, of Banyan, Fla., by Marshal Jones for using proPane spent a portion of this week in Palm the right place. make this city his home and shouldbe
given a cordial support by our tit-
Groceryman G. G. Strohm paid Titus- '*as visiting at Geo. W. Sears Tuesday. language on the street, and Mon- Beach.
Mr. Chase, of Boynton, was here zens.
yille. visit the first of the week but is --
No trains wrecked this week, and the day the Major fiued one of them ten Elgin Sturgis returned to his home in Sunday, inspecting and prospecting the
safely home again. The Sun has shed its brightness -
dollars and the other five dollars and
remains of the last one cleared up and Miami, after a week's visit here with Hypoluxo crop.
costs. This is a good work well begun, friends. over West Palm Beach the past
everything again In shape.
Mrs. II. Hill, of Philadelphia, Penn.,
and the Mayor and Marshall propose to Capt. Charles W. Pierce was up from eleven years, and now the same man
has arrived to spend the winter with her
Pineapples growing; as finely as keep it up till respectable people can Mr. Barnes and I. 11. Burton spent a Boynton last week in the Three Friends, agement is giving the people of that
daughter Mrs. L. W. Burkhardt.
can be expeeted this dry weather and walk along our streets without being portion of Tuesday in Boynton prospecting but not on a filabustering expedition. favored section a Daily Breeze. Long

--- most of the plantations are being fertilized gardens.vMrs. they live to shine and blow.-The
Jas. McFarlane and wife, of Lake insulted by the language they hear. may
now, to be ready for coming --.- Several new spray pumps have been Eustis Lake Region.The .
Worth, were calling on friends in town rains. Services at the West Palm Beach Congregational W. A. Hobbs and son Elmer i' put in stock by the gardeners. The
yesterday, coming down in their own i Church next Sunday as came down from Jupiter Thursday and worms will suffer; also the man that biggest pompano now to put oa
yacht.II. Capt. D. A. Allen took W. A. Avery
usual. Sunday School at to a. m.; returned Monday.Mr. carries the knapsack.The record is one caught last Saturday
and wife and Mrs. Frank Kuhn to
M. Flagler brought the Governor up preaching at ii a. m. Subject : "God morning by W N Hull, of the firm of
the Inlet Tuesday in bis catboat but from
of Nassau up from Miama in his private Careth for Us." Christian Endeavor at John Marshall returned knap-sack spray pumps and Reynolds & Hull. The fish weighed
outside of a good sail they caught left Wednesdayfor
car last Friday and took him across the 6.30; preaching again at 7.30. Mrs. Lantana Sunday, Leggett powder guns that we see and thirty-four pounds and twelve ounces

Lake. Siipt. C. B. Knott came alongto nothing-not even a cold. Chas. Legare Mahon, of Washington, the Everglades. hear running, is evidence that the cater- down weight, and will consequentlyhold

see that the proper honors were Miss Susan Sanders, the Jupiter school D. C., formerly contralto in Dr. ---- -Beck and Miss pillars are getting in their work on the the medal till a bigger one shows
Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
done. teacher, came down last Friday night on Talmage's church, will sing at both tomato plants. They are being murdered up-
Beck, of Hillsboro, were here Saturday,
a visit to her father, uncle and sister services. All are invited, especially by the thousands.
Judge A. E. Heyser was in town this strangers the guests of S. J. Lane. IL Wolf, of Miami, father of Mrs
here, and, after enjoying a birthday --
week taking testimony in the case of trip and picnic in her honor, left again --- --- The new gun is just about paying the Max: Sirkin of this city, died Tuesday,

Settle S. Hunt vs. Isabella and D. J. Sunday for her school. Palm Beach Cosmoramic. Mr. Barnes WPS here Tuesday, rep- interest on the money invested, although and the body passed through' this city

Jones. We are glad to note that the -- A few days ago a-winter resident made resenting the J. P. Moyer Co., commison it is not the gun's fault that she does: yesterday in charge of C. Wolf, a son,

Judge is so much improved during the C. C. Houston has some land cleared the remark that he felt more "out in the :: merchants of Philadelphia. not pay any more. The ducks have for interment in Jacksonville. Mrs.

and the little house moved on his lot, world at Lake Worth in winter, than he Major N. S. Boynton--, -Mr. Baker and squandered and the owner of the gun Sirkin went to Miami the first of the

Capt. M E. Spencer was down from the house having been brought up the would in New York City." The personto son, M. B. and G. R. Lyman came down at this busy season has no pilot for week and is expected home in a day or

Lake by lighter Monday night and made this remark squirrel hunting. Better it alone so.
Lake Worth Monday with the NightHawk put whom he laughed Sunday from Lantana to look over pine- try

having Judge A, E. Heyser and in place Tuesday. lIe expects to be incredulously and said: 'It is ridiculous apple plantations.It James. __ There is some talk of a company being

C. E. Redifer as passengers, the former living in it by the end of this week. to assert that any one away downin formed to put up a hotel on the East
Arch Smith
and D. Grant
coming down for business and the latter -- Southern Florida on the edge of the was rumored that two of the guestsat :young Side, up in the neighborhood of Lake

for pleasure.A. Miss Annie R. Sanders was given a I Everglade wilderness, and where the the Manahpau Cottage tooK an accidental bachelors from South Carolina, are Worth, and it is to be hoped this a ill be

birthday party by her mother on her Southern Atlantic rolls its waters ou the bath in Lake Worth Tuesday. shipping beans and have a fine tomato done. Some fine locations can be found
J. Kirkwood was down Tuesday arrival at four : of last Tuesday. crop some of which will De ready to
age ?
years lovely beach, should be more 'out in Rather cool, wasn't it Major that and one property owner
from his Lake Worth manor arrangingfor Quite a number of both big and little I -- slip in a few days. No tit'o boys ever up way,
the world' than in themetropolis. there that we know of offers five acres
expressing some of his fine oranges, folks gathered to wish the little dame I relatingto had a better outlook tor a crop than
Whereupon the winter resident produced The Boynton correspondent of land for a site to anyone who will
lemons, limes and cocoanuts to his family happy returns of the day and to Linton items these two. They have done lots ot hard
many a map of the United States and a an error in one of the hotel of fifty or more
and friends in the blizzard stricken work and deserve put up a good
up help her enjoy that one. of Hillsboro will success.
red led pencil and said to his incredu- concerning J. F. Berk, rooms.

city ot Chicago. lous friend "just mark a red dot on the please remember that it was an error of -- -.- -- --

Walter Johnson, who left here as cook There is some talk of a hotel being cities where our Palm Beach cottagers print, and should have been J. F. Beck. BOVXTOX BREEZES. As we go to press we learn of the Nor

the "Providencia taken sick put up over on the East Side, and now, reside. Take some of the cottagers/: on Nevertheless there are other Berks, be- --a- wegian bark "Loftus," on its way from
on was
Worth is it
since the Hotel Lake ,
.on the way down the coast and put accommodate gone the east side of Lake Worth adjacent sides Boyu ton Berks. We have a citizen Temple Burton brought W. E. McGill Pensacola to Buenos Ayres, loaded with

ashore at Miami to be doctored. lIe is is probable a good one to to Palm Beach, and put down names here deals in Berks, that ill, Berk-shire bere Monday, via the canal. lumber, going aground on the outer reefa

back here again now, about well and tau to 210 guests or so would pay, if the and locations as follows: Cragins, Phila- hogs. As for fair sex we have plenty, -- few hundred yards south of Hypolnxo.

open for another engagement. The charges were reasonable, and such a one delphia; Lanes, New York; Haddocks, but are entirely out of old maids at Mrs. R. Heinatz and children were at The "Loftus" is a fine vessel; and will

"Provideucu" proceeded on to Key would be well patronized. Brooklyn; Muliord->, The Adriondacks; present. --- West Palm Beach Saturday. go to wreck where she now lies if assist-

West where the captain expected to Secure i Mrs Frank C. Kuhn, wife of the Reynolds, Providence; Stone Smiths, HAPPENINGS. ance is not secured soon. She. is in
HYPOLl'XU will
another cook. I of the Windsor European Saratoga Springs; Winchesters, Balti- F. S. Dewey was here this week seeingto charge of Captain Anderson. We
manager -- his and other affairs. in next issue.
-- garden
Russells l'a. rarin- give particulars
more; Blossburg, ;
in arrived the Lake
Hotel Chicago on
Island has
C. 11. Brand, Solicitor General of the tosb-*, Great Barrington, Mass.; Mr. Uncle Fred Meyers, on ,
and is the of W. A.
last Friday guest field is wide and full
shipping tomatoes. I. II. Burton, of Linton, accompaniedMr. The newspaper
Western Circuit of Georgia, Vice-Presi Flagler) New York; Pendletons, lVashingtou
and wife at the Gale residence.As the
Avery Barnes, Moyers' man, here Mon of thorns and roses. If you roast
dent of the State Senate at its last s es- ; Clarkes, Pittsburg; BingLanis,
trunk it is to be
he a send- If
brought Capt. W. H. Moore will soon be day. ungodly, the preacher smiles. you
sion, aad Crand Master of the Independent she intends to make a long Cleveland." smile.If .
presumed ing tomatoes to the Northern markets. roast the preacher, the ungodly
Order of Odd Fellows of the stay. Besides these, said the winter resident Fred Voss brought down Major roast the saloon man, the

State of Georgia, is stopping over on there are here on the east sUe of H. and his from the Cottage you
\Ve are *lad to hear that Mrs. W. Boynton party teetotaler smiles, and when you roast
the East Side for a week or so. lIe will The party from Chicago that base the lake, other families from the North Moore is out again after several days Tuesday. the teetotaler the saloon keeper smiles

visit our local lodge of I. O. 0. F. next been occupying the McFarlane Cottage who keep in touch with their old homes illness. .
Two wild have been and sets 'em If swear you area
cats her you
caught : up.
Monday night, and all members ot the on the East Side for the past three and scatter over the North in various resorts
the week. to be wicked man; if you pray, you are
They seem quit
order, whether local or visiting, are weeks left Tuesday morning for home, in the summer. Mr. AV.. Garnett still continues to past very
If have an opinion,
cordially invited to attend lodge that having been summoned there by tele- Then said the winter resident, "In ad- ship tomatoes and cabbages from plentiful hereabouts.U. a hypocrite. you
cussed if don't you are a
get ; you
night. graphlr.. and Mrs. McFarlane are dition to these! cottagers, put down on I II Trenton Farm. you
I S. Post Office Inspector Gummiiwas nonentity. The preacher knows one
now at home again and correspondinglyhappy. the map of the world, where the numerous .
Wednesday received call i here last week investigating alleged thing, the sinner knows another; but
we a pleasant received
hotel guests live who spend a good Mr. .\. W. Garnett just it

from Dr. Wm. M. Gould, of Brooklyn, part of the winter here and then survey by express a coop of fine hens from irregulari ies. the journalist is supposed to know

N. V., who is spending the winter over What is known hereabouts as the Hall Tennessee. everything. He is the best man and J
this well marked and see how this
map Frank Fiick canno t
at the Palm Beach Inn. Dr. Gould is partv. that are liviugover at Kirkwood says a Boyntonian the worst man in the community.- ,

what is known as a forty- iner, having Manor on the East Side, comprise Col. whole land and other lands also are of represented this Some fine cabbages and cauliflowers go to Hypoluxo without the peopl in this
! gone out to California in 1848 around Frank W. Hall, of lUhlouega. Ga.; his Southern Peninsula remote in corner little Palm ariueinj shipped by Mr. John Brown, there turning field glasses on him. Lake Region. '

i Cape Horn being six months on the vo- mother, Mrs. L. C. Hall, of the sane. from the Scotia Farm. ---.- {
Beach.: Mel. Forey, of Hypoluxo, aud Ton
! I le the first store in Col. J. S. Calkins, of Pomona. JUPITER JOTTINGS. g
opened drug place;
The visitor looked at the widely scattered Mr. F. W. Palmer expects to ship Earnest and Dr. Polluck, of Lantana,
j San Francisco and has but Cal. his niece Miss lola Weaver, cl
nothing good ; red dots he had put on the map, some egg plants this week. Good timeto were here Sunday awnile. Come againbo's. arrived unday with lCulbertson's l
words to about that country, but D-ihlonega, and Mrs. O. G. Brown, of Peter Paul Mr.
say aud imagined those jet to be put there, ship while they are twenty five dollarsa f
of to Gainesville Ga. To this party has launch. fi
now, at age eighty, prefers "Well
for the hotel guests, and replied barrel. i
spend his winters in this more salubri been added Major A. J. Kirkwood himself if I spent the winter here and mingledwith "Andy" has found flour barrels, porkbarrels. Mrs. B. H. Doster, who has been very

ous clime. of Chicago, the owner cf the place. the cosmopolitan sojourners of ths Another grand ball will be given in fish barrels, tar barrels, but h ea sick, we are pleased to say is improving.

Moat ot the party occupy floored tents, feel South llypoluxo next Saturdav night, says it is an impossibility to find I-
I should certainly morein
community. f
James Woodruff, jr.. of the stove which they have arranged so as to be a worjd- iJe social atmosphere than the 5th. All who can either dance or barrel of augediente. Mr. II. C Culbertson, of Cincinnati,
manufacturing concern of James Wood comfortable and convenient but and fine blue
both fiddle invited 0.. is here again doing
if lived in New York City and only play the are
ruff& Sons, Salem, 0., was a pleasant Col. Calkins, for posM ily greater protection New \\'. E. McGill, Route agent, Southern I fishing. He caught 11 beauties the first I
brushed the
caller at our sanctum on Monday. Mr. but more likely for the noveltyot against Mr. Layton was here Friday from Express Co., was here and appointed C. morning and the same on the 2nd inst.

, Woodruff's father is one of the pioneer the thing and because he had a good d Yorker from day to day. Pompano. All he needs down there is \\'. Pierce agent for this section. Thi

- winter residents of Melbourne and well chance, has put up for his ow n use a And this is true, just ai here at broad Palm rain. lie says he has fine cucumbersaud i appointment gives good satisfaction. A very pleasant party left here in
Beach when look out on the ,
known to many ot our resders. Mr. regular old time Palmetto shack-tiiubei you I the outlook is good for a tomato -- their launch for Lake Worth, some to

and Mrs. Woodruff have been spending trame, with sides and roof covered with blue, boundless sea; sniff Us pure air, crop. Geo. Lyman, accompanied by MajoN. r see the wonderland for the first time, ,

several days at Palm Beach, fishing and palmetto fans. lIe says this is fully a:; and watch the great steamships sailing I S. Boynton, Mr. Baker and son, o f and all came home charmed with it, as

enjoying our superb climate. They will comfortable, if not more so than the southyaid; near the shore, you somehow i Miss Mattie Smith, one of H)poluJl.o's i Detroit, Mich., and M. B. Lyman, wa it reached the expectation of all. The

visit Miami and Nassau, and then re tents. The party seem to all been jo>'inj (eel stirred as if you were at a ceutre of i fairest daughters, has accepted a positionwith here a few hours Sunday sight seeing. residence of Mr. Clarke is very beautiful -

turn to Palm Beach for the remainder of f themselves, and having a good time ir great world interest, feel as if you were i Mrs. Kapp to keep things in an acceptable ..*- -- and Mr. Clark was very kind and

the season. -- various ways, aud even though one ol f 'out in the world," and not tucked ; condition for the guests of th e \\'e acknowledge the receipt of lat e took great pains to show them his hand-

is after ordinance them is from famed Califoinu, they al 1 I away in a corner so here 111. the winter : Manalapan Cottage. copies of Los Angeles and other Califoi- some place. Among the party were :

Marshal offenders Paul with C. Jones a sharp stick as it 1 find our climate more to their like in.; I social" life of Palm Beach with its cosmopolitan ,I nil papers from J. S. Calkins, of Porno Mrs. Becking, Mrs. Carlin Miss B. M.

Dale Miller and RoyHawley I about these days than they would thai l tone you feel where as if you were from the whooping and hollering w e na, Cal., who is spending the winte r Carlin; George Whitman, Esq., of
were. Yesterday, at center converging -
a great
hear on the Lake at nights, one woult I with Col. Frank W. Hall up at the Kirk.- Boston Mass Carlin and Henry
answered the Mayor to the.1 l of their respective homes. They wil I forces meet. And., in a sense, ; Capt.
I the through. Palm Beach is Cosmoramic naturally suppose that there could bt: wood manor near Lake Worth Carlin.
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FURNISHINGS: When in- -i
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1 ; !F.TJ Rebvkatu ATK llpstTor! "u' Fnttltnity J D Horn & Co. Jacksonville. JACKSONVILL .

\ i.CftCr ", T'l3. -Fr,.-.illy (;riplio DIRECTORY. The Raymond D Knight: C j.
: .'" !. 'v jacksonviUe.HOTELS ; ? ;
t .; ......,, >-- The Kebctah lotm* t-viii-c i s greater ;: J'1
t .. > Hjjn of pmspcrtytlan[ i':..jv. l.min the ... YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO CALL AT THE J! -::;'-
f oriliA: They have made lamer l'aiL-and ,
, -- Ly this we UK*" Krjur, not picportionatethan Leading Business firms and Individuals : FURNISHING HOUSE OFwx <

I MASONIC.Burial any other branch.l.nd a pain de- Whose Cards Appear in This Paper. Seminole Hotel West Palm Beach : I
(, :. u not.'s the; li ( of WailiiogtoD to I e Cm nieinoratd nil sa'iI lit.., He- i. t i is in tho work The Palms, West Palm Beach.
; 'id .:i.iti genuine v.st nKues; House West Palm Beach
>ft -rt, tint lOud 1'00:1. i goodworks GENERAL MERCHANDISE: The Earman 1\YERSQ-
The Ma&jiilc Minly" ollo\\-o\\a Uiid Fellow. Beach
fratiTiiity has I' :u'iriiratcda : Park Cottage, West Palm
a natixnal IIIU\I'IIJ' nt tocuiniiHin; rt e the Au.i'KX Kin breilrui lhf eumtitedtrem U D Hcndrickson. Lake Worth. ....
,I ceniciniil' annmr.sary of the ti.rial of ber 1> huuibled but with the Hi':Cab tie --
:. Washington on iJec 18, 1D9!I\I. Tin- rrieLration vaunti th hiu.t>elf with illl p",,:j LIFE INSURANCE: .

I, Will lie under the imimdhite auspices The .soMTi'ign ". 11: :i i.; , of the prand lodge uf the Di.-irU t of thduEc'.tl U'" i.s in ..p: urent The Equitable Life Insurance Co, .
Columbia but will he | artirij'nt.it in ball y quorum r I'\:' a. but -o uuiny.i.icuiMuaU- J D Mathis, West Palm Beach Jacksonville -., ; ,
r the pram lodges of the Unit! Nates. Ltd fi>m votirc that: tin- is not u L W Burthardt West Palm Beach ... "I HE""" '
;r, The nlfhriktion will take ( lace at un t quorum of volli.fi iimlcrt. ( ii-MTt, all I M ews' all Wool Black $6 75 & AFineLineofallWoajM( ?:j ;
Vernon and --- FIR1a1NSURA\'C& REAL ESTATE:1 }
will retire .{
as closely w- >- I1 busir.IasufeverykiLdaudyharuurtranst Cashmere Pants
and Colored Suits Upward. I t
j ; ble the burial ceremony. TheWASHINGTON" t uv.u ynf acted ut huc.h a met,ting i" soutely! told WHOLESALE GROCERS: Brelsford Bros, Palm Beach. t3i rr: 1
Sl J
: The Odd Fellows of the Gir'iian cirpirohave Beach. taBtH>" "
Pope & McLaurin, Jacksonville. Wallace R Moses, West Palm <"" t
I. Ic.iiiided a hone far SUM! members
I'I, and their wives at Grantz, tufixiited by Thus Nooney & Sons, Jacksonville. J H Livingston West Palm Beach Soft and Stiff Hats :=: I

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l' A 11 1 tl.Te has no right to conduct any $ i
It I lottery M. hence fcr any j.uriox; \\ hate vet. SPICES, TEAS AND COFFEES: UNDERTAKING: From 50 Cents Upwards.

t I Fault liDiliiip/ in the ltt.!:;e is too often J D & R D Grether, Jacksonville. E I Gordon, Jacksonville.
Ir i dour by tht who 1111\0 dime the leant to Geo H Maltby West Palm Beach.
r i EUMain atd build up the ludge. -....- ... 105.1071Y: BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE, PLl. .

i, The fiiianeial secretary should rhurga/ MEATS:
rI cpa qna tee's dues to a ii.embtrVaccountat BANKING:
the end of the quarter as aues are not Geo S Adams, \Vt .st 1 Palm Beach.
Dade County State Bank
I paid in advance Will Whidcit'n, U I'y

I : Th' inn n.ittte afiointid Ly the sovereii'n .. West Palm Beach.
. Chas. N. Welshan
u.ld fudge to repair the Wilde National Bank of the State of Florida,

and hazily n' .uuu cots in fialtiiKi re has FISH AND OYSTERS: Jacksonville. ,
dei ided to alow the matter to ritt until "
First National Bank of Florida.
next i-print East Coast F'sh Co, West Film Beach.
As the 1:1now stands the use of tho Reynolds Hull, WeM" Palm Beach ,..

official rm ipt is nnudatcry: : only when a S B Mil'er!' & Co, New Pure SEEDS:

brotLir -l.allll'qll.t a rmipt." Kill,.blC1 & Comstuck. New' York
\Vm A "our.; & Co, Jacksonville. Longman & Martinez Pain
yJ I Tho ltd kuh I ranch of Odd Fellowship S I L Siorer, & Co, Xelll'.rk
is the oldest ono l Lrgest ladies' auxiliary Cameron. Jacksonville.Burton .
.= r (, in the world; nuiiibcrtbip' -.- K Barrs, Jacksonville.

j' 1: To work, brethren, and make the bills ICE DEALERS: ... Lime, Brick, Shingles,
, and valleys echo with the music of the ad -- ,
valuingHekn.u! oat in the tents ot G G Springer West Palm Beach.DRUGGISTS PINEAPPLE PLANTS:
IS MASONIC REGALIA Cement and Coal Tar.
tLel'atiin of the 1'ckiriarths.
: .
I' ,I for a proper mmmenioration of the one G Matthams, West Palm Beach.

hundredth anniversary of the burial of : ...
t Washington had its inception about two MACCABEES.Intemp"n .
j years ago in the grand lodge of Colorado. E H Dimick, West Palm Beach. NURSERY STOCK: Agent for Sickler's Peerless Cement.Pl

I Since then one after another of tho grand| IIo1""I" Ire Severely Dealt Russell & Co, to John B Beach, West Palm Beach.
"\ lodges of the United &tah'Shan'nppolnted| ViiUB Buzzes.! & 13 South Hogan St., Jacksonville, Florida. 13-2
Hastings Wylie. Interlachen.
committees to take measures for a representation The awutrrt that a man's family -N. '
I of their Masonic jurii-dictions. Beid i'i' ttrtiou does not mbfciiif .
This national movement, initiated by Masons ; I' meiiiIXTwho( keeps his ubnpationI
has extended to all ,patriotic and I i.l \ the lava lor one who dm.i nu t. : FERTILIZERS:

I civic St.cit'tll'S. so that In every city, town It i-1 r: Acne! I Ij tilt cfliwr and iiu-iiibvr to J B Massa & Br.,. Jacksonville. Wm A Bouts & Co, Jacksonville.
Tillage and hamlet memorial t't'l\'ice not,j' tLc I fin nttt'nt of nil violations ol Dr. C. Houston
Albert Baker & Holmes
J Rocky & Co ,
will be held D 18
on cc. 1M 9. There are our L.n.! M' promptly su-!i'tnd or expel the
! cogent reasons why this movement t>.huuldt uieti.li.T u11l i the lent The IIIl1nIo! Thf.s Nooney & Sou.h Little Bros ,

! appeal with peculiar forte to Ma.-ons eurywhere dot-tr }- 1 health with inti-mperutv Gal j I .. Jacksonville Fertilizer Co, Jacksonville
t for a re\'lew of the records 1'iastngton'sdeath h- its; "hollt.luJt Ix prourud by us. If this > ............ DENTAL PARLORS.--

and burial is beautifullysugprsthe undone., I hi ht': st.,I ral a .C-. :l'I1b a !! DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING:
r of the high ideal of fraternallove year be sa.'ed the I" hl'rs.-W L. STEA 1BO.\ 1'b1ACI1iNER I ESTABLISHED 1884.
1 and charity ever cherished by the Father Uiiiney ii. K K. i>t 1'11ll1a11yJUlA. : Furchifott, & Co, Jacksonville. to for Alloy the next thirty Ja.K. prices will be a< follow*: Cold Fillings. |; 1'1toRie rlt A 5
of His Country. AND CASTINGS: Ji; FillingN JI ti $i.o; I'htes. 15 to J-; Full sru tvery b.Ml. f> t 1 | The board of tru.vs Is 'olUl'l'II'LI to In- Cohen Bros, Jacksonville. = by a painless method, where platt are made. First cl >M. |H-ntor. aiKl Polite Atteoo4,
! In Canada there are about 4.000 Knights vest all surplus triads of the order in gov Dave Singer, Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co, to-.S 97 Cor. Bay and Laura Sts., over Mrs. KceneV JACKSON VILLZ RlE.I
Templars. I! eminent bonds only Jacksonville.
Mrs J Flank, West Palm Beach
The iliixins of New Jersey have pur : There i.a general hu..;ly on among the Florida Machine Works, Jacksonville.
I( chafed handsome ..
property in Durling- Minueupoli tents. -
ton for u home for Iason their widows ...
If you :ire a Matrul'ee, net like one, cal k IHX'Fl"RXISIIERS:
and orphans. The house is brownstone, '', like one std let y, ur friends know that; GAS AND OIL MOTORS AND MACHINERY
two Btories'high, has a mansard roof and: J A Ci ail & Bro
i I.
contains 26 rooms There are also a large6tone you are proud of beiiij one. { Jacksonville. REPAIRS: I GORDON

stable and a cato lodge In all there I I Pentleton, Or.. now has a ]MaeraN-o Max Myerson, U Haines Brothers, Jacksonville.

are about 72 acres of land in the plot. The temple. a most depart place of lli.till" .. ,
place ia in eset llent condition and has its I and ociLI iid!II I y herb the tent' and hive. '\
gas water plants. TAILORING: :

i" Thu grand lodge of Texas decided that I KNIGHTS OF HONOR. : -The Popular Price Tailor- John G Christopher Jacksonville.DENTISTS .
the admission
or rejection of persons engaged Undertakerand
in the liquor business should be Plant of A"".e>.n mt !Since! Organization.larit.ua Jacksonville.The -
I regulated by subordinate lodges. I Note New York Tailoring Co, u ::

I Arrangements are now being completed From the dale of organization in 1S73 S.. Dr J A Pu ;h, West Palm Beach. Embalmer.Full
it I' for the celebration of the one hundredthanniversary np to .Jul) iwii, the level rate of assessment L T Daniel Cocoa. .
: 1 of the grand chapter, w hich was u-ed, that is trout apes 21 to 45: HARDWARE: .
.1 ()t'Curslarl'h 13, 1SU8.!:! As this date tnk J each men I II'r paid, $1III assessment and M S C F Houston, Jacksonville.
on Sunday the celebration will be held from 4";; to 55 the rate was graded In E Gruber, West.Palm. Beach. .5 M D L DooSon Titusvtlle. Line of Metallic
, on the date of tho 0V Weybrecht. h Caskets.
, regular quarterly convocation July, l.v.ia graded rate from IS to 50 ...
March 8. A memorial medal years of age was :ulo['U d and made to apply ..- -
will be struck;; in honor of the occasion. to hit v\ In I Il-umu metubt'rsafter said PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS

j. The grand lodge of Alabama reelectedall dall't ihe M't-sion of lb% the naturalI'n'lIIiulII 1[ LUMBER: ] : Telegraphic Orders Filled by Fin jfj.
Dr R B Potter West
I Palm Beach."HCHoKl. .
I its ofl:> .l.ui
erb. A silver Sl'rnee was presented | or altoing stale was adojitul T V CasbenJacksuncille. ..
to Past Grand Master G. P. HarI and i- in u.-u at the prestos' time. "
! rison. The ueudenhipIn, Maine are Builders Supply Co, St Augustine. E \V Pugh, 10-28-97 19 West Adams St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

At the annual meeting of ft. John's pent, 11?at ;.i>d lev otedto the order. Intl'lli'l -..
j lodge of Newport, R. I., one of the oldest lodgts are rarely .oU.i niiiid. .
1. Masonic bodies! in America, Oliver H. i' Up I.. IuU.: IF97i1i>fluu' u1N'rs hail I I FURNITURE: LAWYERS: --
I Belmont was clecttd.eniur warden.It dud and! ;" I \J51j\llI..3 bad I '
I been | uid t"o W I Mrtoalf. West Palm Beach East
is bend! i.iru.Durii ... II Maltby. West Palm Reach Coast Fish
never to be forgotten that prolyt- < Corn
!Ing is forbidden The Cha wick-Swaim ,I Heyser. Ji no. ;$
in Freemasonry.There ,K Ih I a1-! Yl'irthe order has na, too Co. Jacksonville.PIANOS Robbins & Graham, Miami. pany,
, is no official station or place in a UKtrati r in TIH in Illinois than cur l.i ..
! lodge which is nut dignified and not ;: years i ri v iou.sly I Pope & Campbell Jacksonville. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

1 I tended by weighty 1'\' IJm.oihiIitil's. It tis The outliaik for the order in thn Te.vaijurisdiction AND ORGANS: '.' ,
\ even a great responsibility to bo simply! a \ i'iii'iii.rini;, .".(Kl III W lI.l'lII- .
i I Freemason. ber.F..ing; been nddid during the pa-l Luilden & Bates' So Music House CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS: .' .''..\\-<-='. --. -

six mouths; Jacksonville Franklin: SheenVest Palm Beach. :',: 7G DEALERS11

! KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.I ... '.. 7 .. r-., IN. .

, Oregon Itea..ad.1'reaeieori In the Various JEWELERS: PUBLIC: t/,. -;. >.- :r FREJ H ( i .<

t Uanl.jo.1Iortl IhrunU. Triumph of the Cl..ill..d.OIt'D' Idner & Son, West Palm Beach. Guy I Metcalf, West Palm Beach. "..". '. '
1 The statute of the grand domain o,' Plau-Chip. From the 'orI.Ahup. .. W R Moses, :
Oregon ---
f of lorii.o r.inls For the year euuii't; Jan. 1, 1MM>. tho JII Livington. .. /
knighthood shall be ud\am..t.llIlJlIl .,. BUILDING ,
yII sopnu'e' l<*lf-e relief bix.rd aviated i th"juriMIIl.tiun..t SUPPLIES:
rank to a bight I' one until he snail II..\1' ..-
II I, couimitted lil'ln.tork to memory the otiigaiuui ai i.: >; New York to to the the'extent i-itent uf OfLatllu5IitU.ylaria Southern Fuel and Supply Co, BARBERS: _: .:;
u; It..ll'\'t't'tlill-; rank or until We
f4iJOiiit"II in to the extent of $l 5.- Jacksonville.I Wilson .
he shall have '
| assnan examination tlui YSIud; < aluorma idttl.VfiO ." Chas Welshans Weatherford.t Palm Beach. ," di
It Jacksonville.
11 u' receive
i. on in I
open lodge exet-pt by special dLsj. i.sation. .
I appears that these jurisdictions, hilt ; Builders : \
rg Supply Co St Augustine. >
, fresh dlvered
been for I '
a on theelassifii
year >-> I"I.1i .t "
1 Join the ndowiuent rank Tin.is i agreat systeulNi11 i.ot he nA.lirautstl't reluffortbejear Geo I S Hacker & Son. Charleston, S c.l I jI Try THE SUN for Job Work. Oysters J free :

I hittV!riMrd rtriiint.t .su>]H>n.sloia Ior Ir.i7;, or if MI, for v. it so.;.11! I :... .. _..iywnen
DonlJ/I'Il\1Jt Ilf 1..ueirmii.vn anidiint : t '''''..,
mainly very n
a sy&teiu (':,11 .
1 ,. ..
,;,i ii luis ati.talcf 45 s-"lx r. work oudl changes i:, old and i.cruiai Gjurisdietkins "Small and sure profitsoften day. ; towfn.r. :1.
t ditiate luugt.s. with a nifiulirrship ul 4- like th( .e is worthy of tl.u repeated, _
J V4L con-iL l'I""tiltI of other ,urifdietionsYou are the foundation of modern wealth." 'c .

( The HatMIIItt' :'i i..ers are not of the re may rightly inuul e in IIHI. v slui- "-
t former t.v p.They art very 101 aenalt.e orie if ,vi in their uei. 11 woman'Shj hire i.: >. -". i.n Eetisities Wharf Opposite the j

the airs "f t "I roI"I"he"hj'lr: \ .n Tl. bemiitto LH derivul bytli, I A (1L' \ /-A Tailor.il Ice Factory.
j' attain would. rush tutu |iolities and all |>uuli>- Vthrush; tie inbiiiUT alai !r-"' ', 1 nuu-si'

anrp of 1Leaegnc of hui ---.----- --- --
Atoift i ill keel] itij upa tr! trl.-s I com rtv t.'iii/id i li.v' the ordtr r -
I puny of the uiiitorin tack ll.e, It... ,- It ktin I
;: ein-ts tu keep 0py.ttrI i < 'i I i. i That can fit you and
never 1"1' II ineii.Urhu is Oil juTi.eliniiiUr ill the A. t). I V. tU.n I. t .. I. .. i 'I' / give you firstclasswork
; c.i un aniveeoupatiy ol the uui- taxes ou i-.M'U worth ot [in pert> at popular prices should secure
! form rank i i your patronage. \ve
make an All SUBSCRIBE
Wool Suit to FOR THE Sill
I ( IKMYU Friends 10)r"liuuw.. I for f 12.00, $13.50

I. !"UI'I'l'IIIl"r Sand of Tr:vas is i The reunion dull to te given J.inT t f 15 00 amlf[ 16.00. Better ones for $1800',

getting! j.nn.Ural and .ue1e..tul l l n-nii the.ul5tul. ..:> ('ui.iuiUuf" 1; >\;.u 1s. i $io.co'$22.50, $23.50 and #25.00.PANTS .
] from his l'IJ'III.til'turk in that jun-ii ises" to tie' i.l. t\"Illf t..< had unj ;... .- :.
1 thin by leled in U. lnsorv of the .-
jn-ttu g iu-w ruunciN t Mrtttl i :-uer
at u -
j gratifying tea rsl.t* in l Uicttiljli..hr OI.l- The net gain bur the whole ir'e. to order $2.75. fe-o, $3.50, $.t.oo, $5.00 and $(.00. =-

The lie* journal ul the under ai>i:ir:i! Augu.treptuak'randtktibtrwm; t. MAIL ORDER DEPARnIEXT-Sampleo and Self.Measurement
Jan. 1, \\ IIh a liun.'lx 1,1 inL.r.tiug ar: KU.Una m! application. Blank sent' Do you want STEAMBOAT?

des by the |I romiuuit lufiitU-i->f the or r>, we are un the rijil.i sim o; -- a
der in the union Us sdind if filur and inuiue. 01 II N >

Mijjtt'iiie i 'uulIl" lur Jior- lIs'riu"11! aUlo. join our rat, .., L I Vy.The Popular Price Tailor 0-We have
.-t l Leering lottiT to the grand count >un.eul tiieuld tiineirtttisia-: them to sell, anSI if ee have none ton \
ofliivrsdl ll>.- good wok tuint: done ujevery last iuun iirtlf HIM. : ..ii IMI. hand to suit, we can .. .
built ...
di | iriiiieiii ot t!,.- order in the dll Jet.n". i< N ill \t11l1.I1I1I' III i i Main St Jacksonville Fla JUST "
IruntIlIl.ua tiull" It- ttllluliLatiunILm. over ll.e >(n! cannot In-uouUti u :' i | WHAT YOU WANT.
w Wen I"., ..r..l. Ii au tll'Clh", 1' attract biyns poiiit that way We
| (sir We do are also ,
Dyeing, :
.. Cleaning ,
Jng ; "I..r : nlioi. aim Ih.' tbt'" hlll.J 1'art T.tui Isi-Kii.t and prepared to furnish i
lion .1 '
.11... :i.t. ..i... i i h.ltr" rt the lriierualaa' i.il i:iij-iiuvr c'1 :--., ..iwaM'Kvinl I Repairing 10-28-97

I tt'iu ol pnttciunf : : i of lalatLertuatx.aullhr eduialluli in!K..MJ.U > I' ()( If you are thinking i of irrigating--- Pumping Outfits for Irri ation.1

f Knight of Malta ,- I IRRIGATION I I pIneapple field or orange truck! farm,
grove send
me size
I Churn Kni i-t.-! u.inii.aiuli'rj' uf :\rw atluiihl I iKfii.Nnate I \ you wish to cover and full inforlJation! of of area Write or call on us for ....._
I York recently rl'l'l'hl'tlI''I auf '. want and I will be glad what )'ou V.ythl.j in ,,,, Ullr Dff't -
user It" :"t I1 niary ; >irs elates tlldt. desired and give estimate of cost to furmsh all information r that: t'i'n ::
,I This comiuund is iirraugui to eater all omivsion: an ass.I.cut in No'ii:,
It diK'ntii in full form flies the i, Y. i-r cur the car IN.'T ;.; ", J. G. CHRISTOPHER Merrill-stevens Engineering Co

John liunyau coiuiuuudery of Nanti- The .
oruer is' in an l<'ik ht eoiinaiuuilv. -.-. 1 ,
coke, was nvently intittittd with 3i!," vh all .-> | .iddeuilii ., Machinery and Mill
eUi-ted 1Ut'.JULcr.tI) of whom wt-ru (live pau. ,.liti 1 aiui.ci ol ;j'.t..JLe VII huii. i Irrigating Supplies. : Jacksonville Florida.
Machinery a ,
I Specialty
pat.rr clue Uuitlii tuiiU im .Nov. I, ,


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Whidden's Market
DIMINUTIVE SLEEVES AND ,*Practical Infraction Subject. on a Commonplatw Now Open Under William A. Bours & Co.

ROUND WAISTS PREVAIL There is a difference.of opinion as to New Management. Is Prepared to Supplyyou
whether the darning should be on the Beautiful
KaNel"'rIee flourUh 10 Profiulon aDd right or the wrong side. A writer in Frontage on Lake Worth with "",,
Opposite Hotel Royal Poinciana. Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers.
sloe Ar.. Coupieoou tlem..t-Nd the Boston Cooking School Magazine ,
GOTM Trimmed With Sequin and Gold gives preference to either of the follow- Goad Meats at Living Prices.

sad SUnr OrMmcBUUoi An the Rage. ing ways, making the darn wholly on Large, Airy, Well-Furnished Rooms 6 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Florida.
the wrong side or darning up and down qtrcl: ;)01'11,
The one thing that seems punitive parallel with the rils on the wrong side Rates, : 12 Per Day and Upwards; "!:).."
fttxrat evening gowns is the length of and turning the stocking to the right Special Rates by the Week or Month. U e Handle only the Best and Mont Reliable Stdn. A Complete-torL ol "1"i.J" ,
the skirt, which must have a train a side for the second set of stitches. From I iouZ try
short noe for the matron's gown, white the same source ccmes the following: WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA. 11-28 Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, fin: eggs.
UM young lad,'. gown in cut long In choosing material with which to

enough to fall two or three inches m darn choose that which corresponds as t t t i t r Cotton Seed Meal, Boll) Bright and DarkAT Native Meats a specialty.
the floor at the back. GEJ. ZAPF, GEO.
Evening hlem;iu nearly as possible with the threads of _
the French gowiia are very diuiiuath e. which the stocking is made. The stocking Owner. Captain. WHOLESALE
briaR hardly more than State Agent For Tygert'Allen Fertilizer Co. Your Patronage Solicited.
a strap ou the to be darned should be held so that
honldtr. There may be two little frilN! the part to be mended is firmly but Launch Mar Rrunil Fertilizer--Guarantee"! Analysis Orange Tree and Vegetable Kertllurr Purr .Market ou Itanyun SI reel,
of chiffon or tulle below this baud, but smoothly stretched over the hand The Seminole liniurd Ihme, Nitrate soda :MnluteofI'ota-h. sulphate l'ota_h, Kaimt. Ktc.
Thee Fertilizers have no *>u|>ertor in the Market,and a trial w ill cmmiire.
these are not necessary if you foil \v darning ball is inclined to stretch the "(-11.1 for Catalogue, t"rpe. -- 102'01."r"r"r"r"'r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"r"'r"'r 11-12 WEST: PALM HKACH.

the French moduli. The English WtJICOWl stocking and therefore the hole to be U. S. MAIL BOAT, -- ..
darned. If the edges of the hole are rag
goo, draw them as nearly as possible into Makes Daily Trips Between West The Dade County State Bank
their proper place taking a few Palm Beach and Juno, Stopping at " " " " '
stitches with needle and thread. Beginto All Intermediate Points. Palm Beach, Florida.
darn as far from the hole as the stock -
ing shows signs of weakness. This, of RUNS THROUGH -- 1-
course, helps to decide the shape of the FISHING THE FINEST wr -- Authorized Capital, $100,000.Paid .

J dam.In stitches beginning on the take needle a few parallel small wi running h- WORTH Comfortable EVERY GROUNDS Arrommndatloi.8 DAY. ON LAKE I T itJ M t M 11K t I Up Capital. 15000.

the ribs of the stocking. In coming back . for Day l'al4ltt'ngt'rll. OFFICERS:
begin a little above this last stitch and E. N DIMICK, President

take up the threads that were passedover U. D, HENDRICKSON, VicePresident.CEO. .
in the preceding row. Do not Launch leaves Railroad Wharf every -- --- L. BRA V NINa, Cashier.
draw the thread up tightly, but allowat morning at 8 o'clock. 11-18-97
the end of each row a small loop to GEO S ADAMS Propr r rr
be formed although the threads must B Branch Office at West Palm Beach

be drawn up evenly. The length of Fans s failed E 1 Office Hours From 10 a. m. to i p. m.
each row is increased until the middleof erywkere.We P : : DEALER IX : : :-::
the hole is reached when the rows nell farms quickly for ca h. What have t ou tt : General Banking Business Transacted
should dimiuinh in like manner. This to.for sale. Akron or exchange, Ohio.Clematis. ? AN' SON H. KU>SELL eon& Florida and Western Meats < OUt>eUUIIII promptly remitted on day of
prevents the strain of the darn from receipt (rafts bought: and Bold no the prin
.! coining on any one set of threads. As -- --- ----- cipalcttirsItheCnitrdStatea. -29-97
the bole is reached care mast be taken r E Armour's Star Hams, Bacon
that the loops at the edge of the hole are Avenue -
K taken up.Finishing. r and Bologna, Tripe and Pig'sFeet

the first set of stitches, the Store HOTEL The PalmsNow
WITH mWOSABLETKAlX. one at right angles is made in a similar Supply -;; :: Domestic Poultry, Veni3 vtr..v.

an'i evening gown III more pretentious way, taking up one of the first set of -- -
as to sleeves and. although they are stitches and passing over the nest and ::-West Palm Beach, Florida, :: son and Wild Turkeys, Butter S Open For Winter Travel.All
made of frills, they are deep enough tu in the next row passing over those taken J. D. MATHIS -
cover the arm partially. The Sew York up before and so on, keeping the Proprietor. aand: Eggs, and a Full Line of 3 Modern Improvements, Electric
Son. which illustrates leading styles ingowns rows of stitches very close together. (Successor W Brannlnj'i Bakery and Grocery C*) --- Bells, Baths, Etc.
for evening wear makes it also Stretching the darn slightly after it is My Motto-quick Sales and Small Profits. :: Vegetables. .
apparent that the round waist with the finished will take up the loops which a- --ar $2.00 TO $3.00 PER DAY.
lltxutt or draped front is still the prevailing were left at the ends of the rows. This Bakery Goods and 1 Address"

style but the slightly pointed will allow for the shrinking of the Family Groceries P 1. "
bodice is also worn by those who \\i.-b darning cotton. -a.ar "THE PALMS,

to look slender. The blouse with tm! In darning a large hole the shape ii .....My Specialty.Goods 1- 1-16-96 West Palm Beach, Florida.W .
front cut in two parts rounding Iran more easily kept if the work is begun EMail Orders from any Responsible 3
faun the low cut neck at either "i1.-. in the center and worked toward each I delivered free to any partof -
bear the .sleeve to the belt, wlure) the side. For the side of the foot of a stocking the City or across the Lake. aParties[ in the County will Re- = A representativein
dgvt nwt is one of the prettiest for a hole darned on the bias is vt ry All Orders Given Prompt Attention. a- -a \ p 1 every city andtorn
evening dress Each vide is trimm'tl elastic. Stitches that have dropped in Goods First-ClabS and Fresh. Highest E ceive Prompt Attention. :: I in the State
with emlroidery or applique lair, and the leg of a stocking may be taken up prices paid for country produce.Buy r- --- hilly to represent our
the V .b.M'Ill'ltaO between is filled in by the crochet hock and the stitch fas of uie and I will nave you money. 6-1-97 -- -- firm, tc solicit
with full chiffon or tnlla haiupr.:u) tened. .1-- 4 '. 1a ('on inmeut8.: AVe will pay a good
rulur is a favorite tint for evening) r r !'omilli"I'ion. WritE us for particu-
guwus.Kmlroid. Dreu Aeceuorlei. few Store a-- -a- l'lrtc. Stencils sent on itpplieation./

'ries flourish in profusion (mevrniDgcuVtUs. The wearing of real Lice as a /p:'rri- ( A Specialty is Made of Supplying
Fur bands, tt O, arc awry tnre to otherwise plain gowns Las k n a- Albert J. Bucky & Co.
fa-hioiuLle revived. There is end the New (goods Winter Yachts Private
trimming rorMiiallyin co to ac cries > *- Cottagers, |j The Brokers and
sable, wlh two or threw tails arransl ; in way of neckwear and otb- r tn a-
w *.. la the puff of t.ue tiny sWve. .\ mings for the bodi e. Vogue give, n New prices.... r Cars and Parties._ _- 2 Commission Merchants,
blench of vilets or a bow of ribbon niav illustrated description of the n- t -- -a- Main FLA.
decurate the other. An upstanding bow blouse which is of black mohair bras .. We welcome all our -
of velvet in home contrasting color ou in checkerboard design joined wit patnms.andcordiilvinviteitraugers to visit u& .- :: 11-18-97 '
one sleeve and a bunch of rusts on tae I Sm
Watches, Clocks, and
other-is in not fart an it unusual is quite mode the of thiu deccratiun ;; to- r pup rtI I ....Optical Goods--Jewelry-- / 'I i.ji.ji.jl.jilji.Jl1ji.jl1jiljl1Jl1ji.jiljilJl1l1.jilji.ll.l l l l l l l l l l 1 1 1 l l 1 1 l l 1 1 1 1 ll.Jl l ll, t A. B. Campbell,

have the sleeves different Frilling! < f Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing I((1lgr l Ludden & Bates So. Music House)

lace chiffon or in't dhapt-d to fit the Y Neatly and Satisfactorily Done. --- Jacksonville, Florida.
round uttk and with Laud
cdgwl a tiny in PIANOS
Only Opticians the City. Eyes tented
of sable are one of the non 1 features of free by l.ttest I approved method The new
triwlUiul htore will be In charge of Prof. t'rdn Idner LITTLE BROS.
Graduate Optician of King's Optical Col
The each U I framing a conspicuous lege. New \ork. ORGANS
element of evening dress. It may be Daily Papers and Periodicals.
madeof late, chiffon, nof silk or ribbon. 8 'Uest Makes, Lowest Prices,
G. W. IDNER & SON Fertilizer Phosphate Qompapy
Nit gown are ik>cidedly tho rage for Haziest: Terms.
evening wear, and embroideries of fcilTer lilt Door South Russell & Co.'s Drug Store Sheet Music. Music Books and Small
and teel ou net and lisle seem to be Seminole Block. Call un un 10-21-97 Jacksonville, Florida. Instruments All Kinds at Rock
....Bottom Prices.....
the fancy of the moment The black net
Writ. for Frrratalu lIe 0-17-97
-- -- -- --- .
Kowutf am in great variety, elaborately
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trimmed with rolurcd and jet sequins West e. u. 1)1.MICK,
and made over colors us Bellas black Proprietor // you are requiring Fertilizers for JOHN X. C. STOCKTOX, President.

linings. Vegetables, Pineapples, Etc, write to RAYMOND D. KNIGHT, Vice-President.
A white gLv.f: silk forms a gown I Palm THOS. 1' DENHAM, Cashier.
us and we can give you more value .
made with a fjxhiouable train aud JAMES D. BAKER Assistant Cashier.

trimmed with bands of ivory satin Beach for your money than- any other Manufacturer .
ed.ed with ruches of tulle and ruffled ALL THE STYLE
of tulle trim the taffeta underskirt or Dealer in this State or I
black silk crochet and is considered
an I
draji The .bodii-e l with i lace* flf, and rose tho mimir uudc-rbodice velvet, extremely smart trimming; for a cloth DrugStore I/'O/lHl1lY other State. Write for pain- National I Bank of

t I II of ivory satin with a ratte of the gown.A small shoulder cape or(collar sailor I A.. phlets, prices, etc., to above address. .n 1':17

! tame edged with bl.1ck'lfl't., at one shaped is also noted. It is in black silk .
ide. One tJeeve is composed of lace I Ij and is barred with tiny bhirriugs of I 1 the State of FloridaTRANSACTS
frill., while the other is dimply a stiffened I
black chiffon to give the plain silk surface -
. TJ' TA.T Y r sr.d. Vj
bow of white ..at in. White netore t'
a checked effect A full ruffle of -OEALEKS l:\' [
? white bilk trimmed with a lattice chantilly lace over plaited chiffon edges I
j pattern in dark red vi-lu-t, forms a very the cape and forms the full ruche at the -- A-,.
; youthful (limo, and blill another youth whilo bouffant blouse of chiffon
throat a
ful model it rarriitl out in link: t-ilk with a jabot of back lace forms the Drugs, Toilet' Articles, I j Lake forth Ice forks GENERAL I BANKING BUSINESS.
with deli aiTunliou plaitiil flounce
a ) front, which is longer than tho back, I
pink mouMoliue dti eoie. plaited ruous- reaching to the waist. 1
dine furui the buaqne frill the sleeves Fine ,
Deviled Clam Stationery and :Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper of fci -s Accounts of Bankers,-'

Chop fine 25 clams. Drain them and
then cook for 20 minutes in a double Druggist Sundries. 4 Merchants, Manufacturersand

boiler. Drain again, saving the liquor. -- f'b Individuals solicited....
Rnb a tablespoonful of Latter and 2 tablespoonfuls '
Prescriptions -fully ComiouiiiUii'Must i
| ;
of flour toltll'rdd: the ICE
When boiling, add the yolks of 2 I: Coast HiiMiii-ss SoliiitwlU'KST .
liijuor i
i i Capital e and> Snrplns $$190,000.
eggs, a dash of cayenne teaspoonf :: I I'ALM I CKACH. lUlOjir;. ;I NDDistilled !
: of onion juice a tablespoonful of chopped t a __ i
--- ---
parsley and the clams. Mix fill I -- -- !
i it I
'a' I II into shells; dust; with crumbs and brownin Issue our own drafts to all the princi
A a quick oven. !j I IF&Iohion II II 'CEO.S.HACKER&SONMANUFACTURERS pal cities in Great Britain, Holland, '

I I W f Belgium France Switzerland, Italy
Ethuei. j r :Spain: Portugal and Germany. :
Quills are all the raps in millinery | F ,
From Paris conies the cry that wh"- JacksonvilleFlorida
cloths are worn for ceremonious on. I 827)7
signs awl for theater box pities.The R. A. McPHERRIN, Proprietor. -- -- !!

Roman sash ribbons are in \opie ;
again with fringe on the ends 1P I Great Bargain i

-.. ; Canal's hair material isia i-hiou, i i as t s '

COW'S roll tVtMXG WEAR. again, and it comes in all the m>v ;, a FACTORY ATE -AT"l
and trimming cu the Lodicu and a belt shades. I i
of gnld ruin btndded! with coral com Short bridal veils are not half as becoming ...... v- $500 If Taken At Once.

pl,tes the "",tUUll'. A gown; of yellow to bridesmaids as tonnes or pretty : 0*' t rWest Palm Beach. I so ACRES: :
satin i. trimmed with a lace flounce arranged bats.
in points and headed with a Malmaison pink a new English perfume Doors, Jan. y' of land 50 miles south of Palm
rui-hw of white chiffon, which al,.o forms is now in high favor arnou;' smart Sash ;\ Beach, within i:# miles from I
tbt' Sufi Yt*t awl: tJ.'t"ea. Applique lace "omen. ':.7 -t.: A!"-* ;,,\= t=J... .it.. -' .A.w.Ji I railroad and depot. 15 acres of I
trims the bodice.uomemade. The desire for rich velvety effect- t h t n Blinds II this land is fine high hammock
extended to the trimming depart" '. Mouldings I just the land for oranges. :Most: ;
halt &tb and one sees chenille embroideries, t-1 of the remainder is pine land :
Put a couple of handful of common nille fringes and chenille nets i'l grprofusion. '. -ANDBuilding Plants for
good For
alt in a kmall lag and shako it about | Material Strawberry i pineapples. I.
It will on
in a bathtnbful of tepid water.
Flannel petticoats are trimmed wi.: i I CHARLESTON.: S. C. :
dissolve at once. You will have"prepared flounces of wash silk edge-i with kit; I i AH Varieties best suited to Florida and the East Coast Send to JOHN B. Bb.ACii J. H. LIVINGSTON,

a bath which, will equal any effects*:& There is a craze for very elegant black 'i LARGEST FACTORY SOUTH. j I *& CO., MtLBOURXE. FLORIDA, for Special f'nce.List.kjust! out. I Massey Block
tide hot in guoxI j v"nt*
bath pavilion" fL.\ J-\RGr; ANA HEAWHVi WEST PALM
housw W tie9d! (0 T frJef!: tDI7 U.4.,1 BEACH ritA
104 it will w t/ou much )tx* faaeta gowns.

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t lrr(! pkaI -the mayor will see that they get justice A DAINTY BEDROOM. '. >.o:.. C$3New :,;q>! f'q --.

1tt.! to the full extent of the law so
I )dew U VmlBh' and Derorate It Simplyand i '
the sooner those who have been in In Good Z'.ote. ; \: nr

the habit of using:; such language in I Here is the detail:j It. i f a lijon bed- i is

GUY I. METCALF i The walls i ii l'tans were covered Goods
EDITOR.MEMIER : public SLOp it, the better for them as I room. iI Spring *
i with a creamy ujicr, with pink
the fair name of our little >
rosebuds scattered 1.1 t it. A few pictures 4

OF city. framed in u hi." kcug on this . .......... TT .... .y .YYTY. yY- t_
Florida "TT Y

,, ..UFILIATED"TII Press Association. Nor AUIA rs PRO Ft TABLE.Ve wall g round.which The made single a'Cry Led effective was enameled back- & Co/: ;

;I :' National Editorial Association. \ publish! items in these columns with white brass washing trimmings material, and over a coveringof whose l s 4s- 0 Kohn, Furchgott '

'1. i occasionally in regard to beet sugar: surface a scroll was ciiilroidered with } . -. ._. ... ,
. T. 4T.
SUBSCRIPTION: mil the raising of sugar U-ets, but t white Asiatic rope silk, made the bed +. and Clothing House in the State, :- j e1:

One Tear, In dvane,................-......$2.oo more to show what interest other l look most inviting. Tie spread hour; A The Leading and Largest Dry Goods Carpet.of New Millinery Spring Goods, including Foreign and Dota t'1. 1&

Sli )Months advance... ............ ..11.00 well down on each side of the bed and stock, and are daily receiving large quantities White India Linens, Checked Natnsooks. Prmtt ., be

Three Month In advance...... ......... .">0PfBLIdHtD sections of the country are taking in was finished with a border of deep lace ;.0 Dress Goods. Silks Organdies, Fancy Wash Goods Etc which are offered now at our Popular Low, 'fj
ii sugar matters and! to try to and insertion. Ho iery. Notions, Laces Embroideries, Straw hats Goals Y
\ 4 Prices.large quantity of goods are imported direct by us, such as Silks, Dress Linens BOlo :

f : ETEKV TIlrKSDAT wake lip our own people on the same The woodwork was painted white and Samples cheerfully sent on application. AI
11 AT WEST tlLM and pink and in the ceuttr panel of tLi. fiery of Goods at as tow price 11
BEACH. than offer and complete line Spring u
DADE COt'NT\. FLORIDA. subject to suggest the laisingof To our Wholesale Trade, we a large
j closet door a long mirror \\ as set. A li: ;A house in the United States Liberal Terms and the usual Ca.b Discounts offered. We solicit the) "

L L sugar lieeta here tie dressing table enauu li.d in white a:* (6 any patronage of the merchant throughout the State assuring them that we shall give them very lowest pol- II..

I CXTESED AT THE POST OPPICV IN WEST PALM Cane sugar is our best hold in the pink, upon whicha.s a white lintuscarf sible prices. '; cit

J BEACH AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER. way of profitable sweetness, and the having rosebuds embroidered upou ;t+ . . . . T.+ """ -, -'.

one we can be Mire of raising and it and a deep frill of lace at each end Tre are showing a large and elegant line of Clothing, Gents' Furnishings -o:. _t

Pioneer PaM>rof Dade Count and the Oldest working without outside was placed opposite the mirror in tbu '' Shades Lace Curtains Trunks ; ; :;
.. HuUicatlo.i on the Enat fount uf / help. door. 4' Cnrpets, Matting, Window ;o

Florida VI ween Tiluxville Even if we could raise the very best The washstand corresiiouded with : Etc. at Low Prices.

and Key: Iti cat sugar IHTI in the country, we would the dressing table and coutaititd a china 0 .,- . . . . . ......,.. c
I have to hatea fu.-tory to sell them toilet set in pink and befoie: it stood a

Be.t AdvertlMnir Medium of Florida.on tin .a t Cout to. fur we t'OUh/liot/ make sugar nor was dainty white screen and the the woodwork panels consisted of which of '"Kohn Furchgott & Co. E 1

P" (> out of them ourselves ,
syrup ,
; pink art sertine. At each window waxa p
-. and to /get a factory here we would tiny window seat, upholstered with (

A LITTLE SERJIONi have to guarantee the raising of f pink art cretonne, having a pillow ':: Jacksonville, Fla. I

upon it of the same material A little 1O.11I7
i from 3.00 to 5.000 acres of Betts,
Easy Words, For white rocking chair with a cushion seat +
Discouraged and this fart )
alone knocks sugarbeot.rawipgseuseleasasfaras r i
Planters. to match the window seat was not far ,

TEXT: "AFTER KIPUXG. settion is concerned/ : for the present this distant embroidered and also similar a little to the table dresser in white scarf, .*->. ,: *::.,: *j+;..-.v.rc.7"r.v. -..1f)>:"1_ .. 14:: :v.r"v.- '.\, "l

A little bookshelf had curtain of the '
: (. is a
Then is a poor man in the outh. :?ugar .me already growing .
cretonne it.
Whole very much down ia 1 here ant can !... -
the mouth. grown profitably ..
'I M ho cries, 'tis Had biz. i and) even cassa\e will grow and pay matting.The floor was covered with creamy ''PROFESSIONAL I CARDS LEGAL NOTlCKlj
For most things in fiiz I
! This ; better th b-ets lute done in j I IT
sure i is bard luck for the* uth in usar r -7 ,'--..
How to Cure Sick Plant ._>'
f -- I Ia Soul localities. if w. may IwHo!! ve the I. M'tChtLF.ArtOkNEY O0
Sometimes a potted plant becomes \ \ NOTICE OF CONTEST.

SERMON: following, \\'hil'll't> clip from the what gardeners rail root bound-thai., i 1 ;

i There's Florida Fanner is the 1T L.I W.NOT4RY YOU : C. S. LAND OFFICE AT GAr"uYrU.1,| : ,
another poor man in the South and/ Fruit finur: roots cling to the inside of the r Iteceuibef 10, B.Cnnvlmnt T'3

Who never gets down la the mouth pot or get so intwined among themselves PUBLIC bavin been entered Ml_. ,.1
At of the
I nut when things in friz a meeting that the growth of the flower is ill prnctire in 0"111"tll'" sat Ffl<*ra! KNOW SI flea by Bn-tow Williams against LMBU tfL, -
Just get down to Farmers' Club Institute, Lo I. rtc ; Kanl for abandoning Inn lI a.fH 4 bafev-s
hit much impeded In such a can au application LAND CASES A SPECIALTY. I N... 23,777. date MpleinberS: IKtt, pat 5t-?;
To save what is left in the South. Angeles, Cal.V.. L. Hayhurst, of to loosen the roots is required. urfH'pin THUIMCAL Sr.v RIm-k. I I I ... J..f SWy Stc.U.Tp WS. aallTUrfml;."

!I' Now which of these Chino, presented a discouraging: The following directions l> r,t Palm ISoai'h. Dade County. Hortila. That the. I Sft-tK.n 3, "Township 4) South, BHJCI 6 W** .-
men do were
}'ou Aliens, given to I in DjcleCounty, Florida, with I YIIW Mte =_ :
'J 1. Will m< et with the g'eater success outlooK for the sugar beet farmers an amateur florist for the purpose by a ram-elintioi. of taM entry, the Mid [' I-f. '. ",.

And which of the two, who are encouraging the erectionof professional: Pour hot water on a little GEORGE M BOBBINS. WALTER S. GRAHAM.'IUIIHfNS I hrrebreuttmuurdtoawaratJunti before the \ .a ,.:.
I County Judge on Mondij, (;
One cheerful,
J Will most quickly one get out blue of the mess? sugar factories. The speaker tobacco salt, a Let little it stand soft until soap it and becomes a pinchof | &; GRAHAM CO., i Eqnitablo Lifo ; The 24th Day of January, /JS4| {]

presented his facts from three yearsotierxation a I at 1U o'cliM-k A M., to "' is.nd ud faults
"It In better to lau;h than be sighing and the figures from the jelly. Then strain and add a small 1 ATTORNEYS AT LAW, I tim'.ny ronc..rIlIU' said alleged abattdenet

hitter to work than be crying; quantity to the water with which the Will 'iiractive "In all the courts. Mate ameprrlallxclntirstuiPIemlDingenl; Theca.ewilt INJ beard at this umrei.
, Save Chino Valley Beet Growers' Association KeiiTHl. ; 'IH. J. M. IIARCU I

Which ars may for come a sorrow tomorrow; The records show the average plants are epriuklud. TiTtinr I e have)land rlowd tItlfH.U our. treat Palm heat b office of Now York iI i iTJi'ote N l>. W \I\ RIGIIT. Kerauer.SHERIFFS la4

1 Don't waste them on plants which are profit per acre to be f 14.50. How to Any bublnna from the Lake Worth srrtion or
lying.Vow. Make BayrUh Kraut. nnr:,III rn port oflIde County should be re- I
Many farmers are moving away Remove the bnrdrfthrrtouurTltusvuleor Miami otut-e,
outer leaves from I SALE.
a medium Overe
J here' to the man in the from l'hino'all and will receive proper attention I C5
Who Horactiraes South J, as they are sized firm head of cabbage Cut 1ituxefllcBrevnrd ('ountysodJllamLUad

- Never gets"down in tile mouth" actually in arrearages at the end of in half. Remove the core. Cut the cab County, Florida. lOl'lUTtKA.VK Under and by virtue of an execntloi !
worry a bit. ,
But "get up and git" the season.his bage fine, place it in a saucepan, cover -- ----- $150,000,000.00 I out of the County Court of Dade

with W. POPE. .')..rio'a' III a therein tlsth
If you wMi for succevt in the mouth. --- boiling water and cook 10 minutes D. C. CAtIPE& EL cause pendiog.R.

---- Put the cabbage into a colander and 1 > ------- rinse oft'with cold liaptlxt Church of Went Palm Reach U* b
T Date In 1 water.
r .\T Tills FALL KLKCTIO.V HP will I INrtiliwl Put a small cupful of lard or beef fat TORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW i i trustees are defendant I bare levied q4
l 1163 Edward Coke famous as lord chief justice During { and will sell at public auction in front at ji
on to rote for li eonfjretmti born; died HKi. or butter in a saucepan and add 2 fine 111 Hast Bay Street, I Court house door at Juno, Dad GNHKlorldn.
from 1767-John Philip Keiuble, actor, brother c. cut onions. Cook a minutes without 1897. !
thwilMrift .
a Justice of tli. Mrs. X.VJ7 JAi'IiRONTILLEFL01tID; : {. I during the legal hours ot MaM *
Siddons. born in Lancashire, died browning, then add the cabbage Season
SuprHni* ('''lIrt, Snitp Trwicn lb5l. I First Monday in February. A. D. / &]
er 12 salt
teaspoonfuls half teaspoonful .
llim eR 1801-Titus Coan famous American tuu!!ionary --- i j to the highest and best bidder, for cal*
('onunislnn:?rg in Hawaii and white Add whole C. HO.iH. M. I) 'I
a Repiwiitjitive writer on that country born pepper. a 11. interest of sail Tabernacle Cai>tbt 01IIi .
to the Legislature! a at KiUingworth Conn. : died in HawaiIbSi l onion with G cloves stack in the onion. Has diYoiULi'e ; !!! sod its trustees in the followlng--
County Add 3 or 4 large, tart apples peeled ilHY81fJIAN AND 8URttON real
estate and tbe
Treasurer Tax Collector J8i-Commodore Matthew Fontaine 3lau I appurtenances tllfmllt =
veteran of the p and cut into fine slices, 4 teaspoonfnlssugar .'e mud iGelarare Insurance longing.and being situate In the
n n THX .IwwKsor. Confederate and the L'i>yc .ttthis
is au offjwir states navies and author of "The Phjsica'j and a teaspoonful caraway seeds. I'A LJ BEACH. 12-1-97: Dade and State of Florida to-.lt:

there i+ not likely to be any ex Geography of the Sea," died at Lexington; Cover and cook 30 minute Then add a Force oj'I thing the Wet Half (W ) of Lot Fir j a

ten pntiiusi.-iom Va. born IJ893L'nit.d ) cupful meat broth and half in mock number fort) ous' (-11 ia the CoJIt
aroused cup vinegar.
but it States flag rai-Io\.r the town \V. I'L'CIH 31. I).
of Went I'alm
I would tie Cover and cook slowly till done If 1- Bfiu-h i-cordlus to tM pst
wll to lie hall at Honolulu. On Jan. 14 Quern Labuokalani uotsour 4. Over
thinking tmatter hP the said town, on file Io the offlr clllIItCI..rk
attempted promulgate a revulutionarj enough, add a little mere vinegar.How FHYSICIAV A HID SURGEON.
over now, so MS to be ready con tltutioD. On the 17th a committee cf the Clircult Court of Dade i CouIf;
to art of safety formed Ollire In rear Pimirk'8' at Juno Honda.
further in the a provisional gov Drug tOrf'. $950,000,000.00
matter when the eminent, calling on the United btates au Indian Relish Is Made. llrMilenre-WeHt -Mv of Olive Street, :Doom I' K. J.flILLI.VtiWOBTI
time come to do eo. thonties for protection On Feb. 1 Minter Chop fine a small head of cabbage 6 South cieniatiH Avenue. i
Sheriff of Da.leCo
Stevens proclaimed a protectorate. onions, also 12 green peppers and 2 3 .' WVEVT I'\LM BEACH. FLA. And Has ; w. I. METtALK.
1m-MartinI. inventor of the celebrated rift I I
quarts green tomatoes. :Sprinkle: Attorney for Plalatiff. 14
bearing bid name, died at Frauenfeld over a I I
o tVIILItIItESrllASCEs, or some of Switzerland. cup of salt and let stand till next day, U li. 1'iMTKK. 11 U., .II 'I
them at leant pll'IIAA takenotieethatiuraildre then drain off all the liquid and put the l. -

I ...s for the past four yearsor This Date In History-Feb, 2, vegetable. in Add a kettle half ;at tartly ti:cupful cover mustardseed witvinegar. h H.!'a-oa 1'\ UI BIACH FLA SurplusOver NOTICE IX ATTACHMENT.

KO has been and still i is \Ves-t 1661-Sir William Phipps famous as governorof a teaspoonful ct 1'ry send and half --- --- '-- In County Court Dade Flo.
i'alm I Mastachitectts, born in Pemaquid Me t. I'UiiU County,
Itairli.Ve are led to give i died 10115; he bad 20 brothers and 5 rider cupful of sugar. Boil 5 minutes. Remove .1.J 48000000. r.eorReA.G le | 'Uach.L

thN notiiv from the fact that several 188 States Treaty and of Mexico(peace between the United ; from fire and put into glass jars or DENTIST. I R. I.in-.oii.ra.1v. f -UiiiKwor,. t' $330.
uf signed at Gnadalupe in a stone jar. If like this .
iiurexrli.-inres you relish Vu - -- -- To W. R. ... 5
end Inton.
are still addressed of Mexican war. VII and Bridge Work' a S'It'.I.lty. --- --- defendant other|
to tis at Juno. 'nd liive 18bi-Wendell Phillips, abolitionist and genera sweet, add a cupful of sugar. Add finally I..iriinawt liftie lTMd in Kura'lion sons interested: -.
to jro there radical, died in Boston; born there lsl:!. a tablespoonful English mustard. ..f Teeth. >"ou are hereby notified that suit 1alMt1Instituted
and be forwarIP4)oy) / the Postru-ister 1S&8-General Duvid Hunter, a veteran of the Will IXt u-test Willmul 1'nin. Strongest Comp'yIn and i..now a theCowtt
Union army, died at Washington 'i Hoorfroiii Cor Cleiuatiii Ave.and ieudinfi. I.
there ba k to us here. How to Freshen ISIuck Glove. Olive St. Touitof liadeCounty. .
Will all whoIII't' there ISlrIbS8Mary :. H.'ri la by Geuntt
'. ,
guilty of *o misdirecting Howitt, English authoress, died at If yon will daub iLk cr liquid shoe 7' I' 'FAT: I'Al.M BEACH. FLOUIIU. the World bale T.V ". Union, wh..n-h. the fo
theirIHIJKTS. Rome; born lOUi dressing the des-ittevt Brit
on bareixjt, you will restore ---- property lying an-i twang la
pl"*iiM> overhaul their mall 16>K--Thufamous war conret Kearsarce, whichvanquished the color but you will not restore : to 1 .. Mil County of Dade and :o.1.u..r tJ..rida.. his
list and) dianj'p the Confederate cruivr Ala Any One Contemjilating attached -wit
our address the :
to West baiiia in IsM wrecked during a storm on glossy, fresh look of the departnewness ea ,
Palm jSeat-h, thn brinein: their Roncailor reef. In the Caribbean sea For this quality you must iJ 113 T. The Kant half <.f \Xorth-\v. quarter

paper to MS a of 1897-Infanta Marie Louise Fernando Duchess put on a piece of clean flannel a touchof .. Insuring His East half of South-\Ve quarter and t1 .rt t4
couple d.iy sooner de Montptnsier) uf ::-}.ain, sister of Queen oil and \ 'f' tu.F'LnRIUAt.ns, ofXorth-Wrt.t quarter nn.l\ e..t h lf.|Si"
and) Mivin Isabella, died Madrid sweet rub the dull black spot or Her \\1'111
I ? the Juno pOKtmasteron in ; aged 65. until it -- Life, quarter and undivided hll I luttrwl *.
' like the "
l' (' "iderable/ surrounding Fast fraetion-l! halt ,.f Se.tion sitters ((141'0..n..b'p
unnwvssary trouble. leather. Under this 1.\ n. K9if 'I"I Should
treatment the black 'w.t1 S. Write
t to the Konx-Mx -IIi/ .,,
Date In ( ) h.lanlo'f'F
t _. ___ History-Feb., kid glove ian .
__ and will Ibree
.i I economy ((43l East. Dade t''"nty. '...Ida; aJj
Ifc03-Albert Sidney Johnston .f.' longer than any other in spite of the 'n A :V. Robert, Undersigned. One (11) Mule, One (U horse t\ "IROU. Oaro
IT MUST BE Confederate general, born If"i -EAL f> r : ;
STOPPED. fact that other t-o INSURANCE
colors be cleaned Single HarneK Four Iarl
in Mason county, Ky. killMM may 4 Potato Fork.( :
; .
I'rof.-ine nail vulgar ) ed at Mulch lad '..r. :Jon and recleaned almost indefinitely Of 4-i-utf\V r..l\'1'-.,I 1011 I'lihu It. eh licite' Tou Loin, also Weed Hoe. One t 1) Scyth.ind Snatfc.OB l
; language water
1807: -Joseph Eccleston John -' course the suede WorkITUY *. hop,One 11) :
the ; or undressed kid does \- I'1"BLII'. Cuttirator Two :: Matirf'
streets must stop lit least, so 6ton, Confederate general, L not need the oil rub-that is confined Trios 1 U \v tine near Olive.-trret COUPON. One (1 Plow, OnelMi..xel Plow. the ((1

says our city marshal, and! the may] died born tan1811Horace near tarmvilUe! ", Va. ; 4- entirely to the glace glove. The ink or--3-SI-U7 WV.I )'111111 le.i-h, Florida.) I Ii i Light UaroJ'K, OUt' [1] |>ii\\ irriun.| ODtll

(,r is tiakiii, him in M> 8ayin Greeley born in \l I blacking is all that is needed for the I PEREZ F. HCFF. M in'i-rer/ i One Fork One (1) Sprinkler. One 11 i Rhutd aa3

It has Urn Amherst ti. II. ; died 187::!. softer leather. ih-r11' I. MKM.'U.P.Vfi'ffv The Equitable) Life (1)) Pai-klnjr House Tbat thentrn+t II
mentioned in the>e 187 -Lunalllo XT king of Ha- GOT at cEtx o- 1 of X. Y., aid W. s. Union in -aid proitrty has brA
columns liefore that wail, died in Honolulu; H.uI. *UBilCF Jacksonville attached
Home of Florida)
our citizens How to Make Sweetbread Sandwich ,
both bl." ).Il.k and borolalisucce/ledbyliulakaue. Lanaliio white was the first king cf Hawaii after Parboil Large.
I were in the't a pair of sweetbreads. When I all other
the Unction of the line of DetiU. Mort';aseI.eawa would like to receive person intereMed. are b nobllf
habit/ of the cold and Contracts an
iiMni pick them example i
profane apart and
or vulgar founder of the nation. lie died af it'r Tv! chop rather flrllll.,1.Ctlo'l''aul'lliit quiredtappeartoaul action on OPt btofott
j language or both! prornisrtioii.slv Ing one }'ear. Kaniehanuha: founded the tine Reason them with a tables poonf nl W--k II Speeinlty.ll of your NEW POLICY I the first Monday In February A. I> 1i9'

!1 I our Mreetf to such Oil kingdom in 17W. His line, represented by of lemon juice a half teaspoonful of "H.i in.iuaraub'etll.eglilly ..rrect. adapted to J IJ JutlgiiM by default will I* entered if oiiii
i! an extent that five kings became extinct in Ib7i Luna ht" salt, a dash of paprica and mix rio.i-irii. Sex Blt..k. my ajre. Maid -lefendant.itrms .
for \.1 P -im i! -Hch. i I'- .
one while: was the deM.-endant of an old line of >ile'\rnnty. FI'Tida.' \t
a person could not chiefs, and the people elected him king.1t55WiUlam them a half can of chopped mushrooms. I I my hand and the-.a1 of IIDi" ,_

I pass along our principal I streetswithout Alfred Buckingham, war governor Mis with mayonnaise dressing, spread T II l.VN'- '. .:.ti'. '> ..-'. I I I I was born on the...........day of j I this Ut day. of November. A. 0 ls' 7.I81 .
.i having their of Connecticut died in Norwich, on rounds of bread garnish with finely d. I I. I ] A. F.QriMKY.Clerk '.
ears assailed born II 1 '
in Lebanon Isot1SS4 food.1V. .
Count v :

:i I and) their propriety hhocked by language George William Childs, propnetor of the chopped celery. JUHICE {I.'H PEACE ....................................18......... I I. J. METOALK. _

of the lowest kind and used tin burn Philadelphia IsJa. Ledger died in Philadelphia; How to Make Maple Fcoxtt Sixth Judicial Dihtrirt Dade County. FloridaI I I Attorney for Plaintiff. -4-'J7-8..<*

ouch a manner that it was au insultto 1885-Theodore apitaur Dwight ofec Welds England a prominent, died antislatery at. Take of 2 cups of maple sugar or R. 2% 7-2*97 tt Hire ttfc in -:M1."ey: \' (' \1.\1 Block.1tArH, FL\. I Xa me........................................ : -- "'--",-.
any r<'swetable( who ) ,. cups maple sap sirup of -
" person heard Hyde Park Ia"s ; born IbW. a cup water I WHEN in 1'
Jacksonville awl *
it. if the sugar is used, and the whites I I sure f
M. D. L. DOD I It your Old Friend who will
ON. surprise
The parties using this language of ter three in eggs. Place the sugar and wa L Adlrl'lSli: .................................... I: you with Bargains in .f;
a stewpan and boil until the < 5*
did so as if tlat'Wt'rt. > smart andthey ) SnbsGri e for The Si.VOTICE sirup will fall from the spoon u fe }O-.9j I pry Hoods. Clot Innand) 7 I;

were showing off by using it re thread Beat the whites of the eggs to Cents' FuiiiMilnss:' ... .... 0*

gardless the fact that they a stiff froth. Pour the hot sirup into Miami, Florida. D- SINGER Manager. %
i weregiossly the X'21-t, RANKLIN u Bridge street Near
__ eggs slowly, beating .BERNGEU.. o. Bit"t
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vigorously. BUTLER I -tbgr
violating the law -- JAI .
by so doing --- IlimX
When & _
i i it becomes too hard for the beat HU'I'I4Falt.
I to nothing about FOR PUBLICATION. o '
say tho ir ren- er, take a spoon and beat it until it is i

(1"riug hemsclves obnoxious to the Lt\Itrrel'E.tr/iAISECP.Lti I F(. \. I thick enough to spread. Spread between UNDERTAKING SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS -J

ft.'t.tIII"[ | clasfein our ( Jnnutiry :'t. U'9s! I each layer and on the top and sides An omre at ''IMm Braesnishe4Ls
'on)! ll- N'tiiviher i tiv 1t'2'ally Bargains in Land
JIVPU that the fnilonin IIIlb-tlh.lcl".1
j isiiv.. nanii-d i>ell> hnc : IrdnOt l '.... of hi. intention? excellent chocolate frosting can be made G20. H. MALT3Y. 'Icctlnit IInd 2'rudinK lint) ilia),.. ,
to ni.' e lin"'IHN.r in by adding 1011; 11.1101 1' lilllaUnlt lan.hl. hlt'lIl.
: a
111.1..1 01
| timllt'r
eta tablespoonful the best II. At
This thin-r our ity ortkertf nil that ."II'r..f1'1...> nni'lr befiirc Clerk work "ilt't'lally. C'srt'- from i.t to :-i ..fprilw.onadpnmaghtids
have munlnallnn
I'lrci'.t Court ai J II.... Kla.. on Ma-ch li chocolate to this mixture when warm. e. -- by flail rcrivenerompt' roirDM.GE4rBIDEAC Muck and fruit lamb for sal. in .ure uaJi? '"
dtiidt'Jhas! gone too for and they I.I :!., et.Thomas. lion.. M/I' ancl11111' l IIU..n. wards) lots at tp lieraera darin the wit t '
Cunni Cre: and .. WEI rf Palm Beach Fin. Embalming of the l'\LJI itEAflta are un Lake ;
intend to How to Dead 'LA. Lantana
put a! stop to it. Already Keep Game Fresh. 1l'7S"lIXLI' -!,;: and known as the lUpolmo GarJthe '
1M1 < T" rorttarlsliD'l No. 4. .Nr 1.. .. _
j best
Mix 20 YrS land in the .ini -
several have a teacupful of
parlies liet-narrested l -Is.I-IsK vinegar and Exp'rip.nce special offer
one for a'0rarc.
'j vegetable an' ,rum I'll'
ilennmG. if : 1 '
; rb.DOw im'atitnes. s I.> pr ie carbonate of soda. Pour UAHIU'U '
this till
the tuardhal811(1) inside ) ll "
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promptly fined i foili'flilunh
I evidence Easy
by -
Ul'on I +rme
t the; bird and shake Termper cent on de'feil 1 l.;
l it for
IIC land.!
; 11I uzM : perhaps five : I
the mayor and he prutlisedYtltILtUearretlingevery : F C. Manager u15. For further pmieuUr. rn..ulrt ol
to SMniM' nftalr. Wnrtb HorMa J minutes Wash the outside of the FL.noral Supplies in .
\. 11 Pittn. bird Stock. FIRST-CLASS '
( oue CHUSUT i t n. Ilillhoilse. tit 1'11101W..h.. i-'iorMl I 'with the same preparation, and then *.. TONSORIAL, WORK SAM BROW, JR., ( Owner ';'
law X- Unmet (jarefully wash the New Fnrnlii, -E- .- P-
violating the in tub refp-ct., and F'L whole bird again ; Neat CocoanutGroxf.
J. :M. B.\ :ca. l:'-..I..lt'r. ,with fresh cold water. ta.-i.raph 'luruuureSlurs, nut Pales I' and Clean :
J8&t.h, i lurill&" 9'9-97 :Shop under Seminole Hotel. or W. I. METC\LF. West Palm Beach-

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IIaooJa. NDaMrrtr "What Gear Shall of the We Hour.r er the Question J. A. CRAIG & BRO. IX...

Five wcktrrn, mm-mi ties .
were organ.tztd Among cyclists who have been riding I FOR

lU-tH Into league the Western in Chicago.Intercollegiate The fol probably for one or less more a seasons question it what is at present wheel ; MEN'S FURNISHINGS. and Crockery I

lowing! rlul will the
coiupuwt league: they will ride nest year than it is what We carry the Largest Line of

University of ilidiiKan./ Universityof pear they will select. In consideringthe Glassware Lamps and lanterns.All I
fhtawt Unhmity nf Illinois andNegligee
Uniw matters riders, even those of L

>iir (f \\ll1CC11.iu and Northwestern and C NIItED.L.W Kinds of Boat Goods.
judgment, get confu id. Their Shirtsto
luiyer"ity. Confusion, comes because they enter a Stoves.Tinware, Doors,Sash and Blind II
4U4ZIT Keith of Michigan Walel..1 labyrinth be found in the State. Sole Agents for
of detail and forget certain
i>nl> jil uud L. K. Fibber All lttlltl9of .'jshill- Paekland Sporting Goods.Caroline .
fundamental principles which are as Knox and Youmans Hats.
wn ury. A aril 3 of there Kuiut-u will enduring as the law of gravitation. The I Stoves Blui- Flame Kerosene Oil Stoves. I
be Il..ybo.t re- u each of the clap | Everett Block. 229 W. Bay Street xis Harrison Brus' RaJy Mixed Taints.
moot important of these is the i
TV..-. *int .*u* '\I'ri19, with \ that axiom '': 8-I*-97 JA KSONVtLLE FLORIDA. 3 '#s _. Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention, 1M-97 i
I "all speed is at the expense of pow. :, ..
Wrsttfn. vers.llliutie at Uhaniiague, 1.cr.It There are thousands of riders who i- --
and t KIN* June I I, with iI I
Chicago;: versus could well afford to paste this in their I
MK-hitiaa At LK-tn it anti Illiuuu .,
at Mli..>u. It was agreed ur usVTUK'fftMn to miles cycling in caps.one hour If a with rider a travels 70 pear ten he | You'll Cold camel
bate a rt gulag cori of umpires to officit. .
will put forth a given amount of power. : It,
turuojfiiout the heoMiu. It in pn>b- If he has an 80 gear and covers ten Yes You TEA
ably they will Ui rhoM-u from old Na- miles in an hour, it be easier on Estate and Insurance
tioiul may Will--- (In 0ne- -- -
and uiiuor league players his muscles, but he has expended precisely i I TWO sups I

The distribution of gate receipts the same amount of power. He {j 8 Fragrant! Delicious! 8
eau! may have applied it through a different Palm Beach Florida.
of the cull--gv draw bitter crowds thau distribution i You CanThis' Tea i"* "PPpw'WtftL Iwt'auw one poundill tin ,
suitable his
more to physique asf'iras two -'und of other kind. It is reYes -
other A
compromise p any
wag fiually but that is all I It
reached hereby the %i-iting team ciii The question of is entirely 8 You mlrkahIt for its fUlrlPHI4 in taste, nod Hweetnt'x' in 8 Notary PubUcCottages to Rent-
either awept a gnunuitee or demand of adaptability. For gear the one of I Can.flavor.. The Experts of the WorM pronounce this
half the pate receipt riders the slow movement average and decided run the most healthful! of nil tens.OurZtore 6-1-97 1'ost-Offiee lluildlng. North of I'oiuciana Hotel.AM0EI. .
The place of playing the odd gamebt.tw".o of suit In lead foil packages, quarter pound, 2o; cents; half
pressure a high gear are more The
the club will pound, 45; cents.Yan .
be decided
by able than the rapid motion and less Place ...
1oL1t'w'uk Ttlepraro. pressure required by a low gear. One Can '" .L. W. Burkhardt Bros.
fact that has side tracked many and Cet It- <; !: I.. STORER. GEORGE H.CH1SE. KH.BURN POWERS.ESTABLISHED .
TIMELY TURF TIPS. held back the popularity of high gears I Finest Groceries. L

is the idea that racing men, who are A choice line of Havana Cigars 1865-
Tad loane i. paid $:!SO a mount tara trained
athletes, do and should
race that Luu lent than two minutes. use use I 8 just arrived in stwk. Call and look them over. Box Trade
higher gears than are practicable on
solicited.C .
Au itmtiou ball for the bole of horses the road. A trained cycle racer is a !1 I S. Li. STORER & CO.

on Aiutncau (Ian h shortly to be man with elastic muscles and no i ><>O-O-CXK> l

opened in Germany.The "beef," whereas the average rider has ------ .

4'year-old Lakeside Prince, by "beef"and slow muscles. The best racing | Wholesale Commission Dealers
Patchen Wilkea. won $3,-30 on the men in short distance un paced | \ I Miami, on Bay Biscayne, Florida
German turf Itut sea jn.Orria races win because of their sprinting Hotel t I and of all Kinds of
abilities. i lulaIDI I The Most Southern Railroad Point in Shippers .
Ihrkok will retire front the They must not have a gear so
high that the muscular the Untel States.
sulky thin year, but health permitting, strength required -
will be Lack again in 1893. to posh it loses to them any of Accommodations for 200 Guests. Hotel Homelike and Comfortable. Lobsters : :
the benefit of their muscular activity. ,
The ALuricau stallion Sunrise >. GRAHAM. Proprietor.
With the average rider the litheuess of 1116J7
PaUhen, 9lVya, exported to Austria
limb does not are. He is more apt to --
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BTeral yean ago U now owned in overtax his than his
BonntuuLk activity strength, : Fresh Fish :
and therefore on the road it is quite
The tutet eighth heat ever trotted possible for a rider who could not makea aker & Holmes ,

wu by the S-year-old colt CrtwiiM, mile in three minutes to use a gear as ,

IIn., ty Robert McGrtgor, although high as Bald or Cooper uses on the Turtle.
Alls trutuxl the ninth heat in 3:0'J4. track and find more comfort in it up --{ WHOLESALE DEALERS IN }-- : :

Lantana 2:094, the fastest >acLttMtUbred hill and down, with the wind or against .........

pacers, was a natural true it The proposition is that so much Cotton Seed Meal and Fertilizers ,
ter op to the age of he years, when the horsepower has to be exerted by a man I Particular Attention paid to consignments from Florida.
abiftul to the pace in Ler work of bur to do a certain thing.
own volition. Most riders, even the slender and less Hay, Torn, teats Fl'>ur, Feed, Grits; and Meal 1 1-18.s>7 IG Fulton Fish Market, NE? IF YORK.

The first trotting meeting of 18Uo robust kind, will find it easier to push
will be ht"ld.e Newl-rn, N. c., from a little more than to work their legs a --

Feb. 2S! to March 6. U. L Davis of little faster with the light wheels and Building Materials-- *

Lynbrouk, N. V., will be the muuaga improved bearings of recent years. The T. V. CASHEN
of this muting.. trouble is that riders who have gradually
moved along from u C3: gear to a 68! Lime. Brick, (Vmrnt. anti Ila>lernL' Hair. ,
William R. Allen, the PutsiieldUaM.
then to a 72; and next to a 77, finding '
( .)millionaire who Kremlin "
owns ,
each higher one more suitable and actually Tough on Flies
S:07 Via, baltlotCull'l1John Young of Terre "l__ ->aiiufaotiirt'r of amid Dealer in
easier, are apt to ovtr.lo it and
llute to develop the get of the former Guaranteed Protect Horses mil Cattle m/iin-t Flies.
move to one too high. The rids'r who
champion itallion.Wedgewood. has graduated through several tri

9:19, will not be sold apt tB>k, "If 70 i'; i ,nicr ti.iI i: uO is, 9-1897 OIHcp. Main and Kay! Sts., Jaek! ouwille, Florida. YELLOW PINE LUMBER
with the rent of the stud '
Hermitage why not use a 2CO g'.r; : i .1 ia:
trotters The old hero is 2?and will remain riurn of a whet i- dept mil' ; -i getting -- --- -- --
thifj until he dies and will bo .
past two deal: cant n', bin the
buried on the farm. pedal is np ail when it i. < i. ,..ith '...'.'!@ I!@! N'I: @ :!. I .And Timber.

Marcus Daly's Bitter Root farm in a certain rapidity: 1" : ry h: I i! Tn.kt 15 .

Montana contains 16,000 acres and ha on ono side i.t a wheel a: H <. i' 'lal )

on it aome 600 horses trotters and rou- tends to throw it tr: iw silk.11.1 i nr.r Ilf scv .*/ )
Scroll Work
OYSTERS ,.t.. Mouldings. Turned Work. Fancy ,
Bent About 400 men are employed the equilibrium. The tur'"r tbra t OH the
year round. Every bull lighted fly au other side restores it u it eouics quick V.!) Pickets, Lath, Orange and Vegetable Crates.

electric light. enough. Those who are ouvi"v iuy kuow .
Are excellent eating when them FRESH That is the
j you can get
that have moved to higher Jacksonville Florida.
The European record for trotting: as they gearsit 10-28-97
teams is held by the American bores bas become harder and l balder to ride |5 only way we have them. We get them fresh here Every Day from '
"hands off." '...l.e higher; the gear the )
2 16 and Chab worth
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the finest beds in Indian River and them order : ----- -- -
who trotted a fourth boat of a mile and less control of dir't tiou with tLe feet. ( ) oyster open to any

a furlong at Milan, Xov. 18, in 2:43/4, If matters ei this )kind were studied @ way you want them-serve them on the half-shell or fill your or-
3:80 for the mile. more by rulers, there would be fewer
a rate
The Flfiscliiuauus have decided to mortals deluded by new devices which der for a gallon or a barrel. Call and see us at the City Dock. |> Tie Southern Fool aild Supply omDany

claim to "gain power so that a 200
run their burned in the name of FleiMhnuuu : can bo ridden as easily as a 70.; '
t-cuis' .table in the future. The pear j GARDNER'S OYSTER HOUSE II :Wholesale And retail ealm In-:
What is the proper' gear for any person j
wring is now being trained by Tom
must always bo a matter of experiment
Welch at a farm near Bound Brook, N. Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
Observing dealers tay that the average ,
J. lIe has about 23 in hand.
for men i* now running between 72 and Proprietor.

78.-New York Sun. Shingles and Laths.

Odd End of an Old "Ordinary." i g.i7 :, !:.i, dn,!'!'!;.!'!'!' '!I!'. :'!;'?!'!'! '!\!)!' !'!'!'!'!'!'!\ '!''''!@!:o-
I P. L. Chance, the Chicago club's new Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.
been of wonder
It always a source
4 catcher, is a college graduate and well ,
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that ancient and antiquated wh els
f supplied with this world's goals:
are not seen in use on tbe roads, and -
j Anutber Ccrbttt is to male his debut has teen indulged in New house; best accommodations on then t
much speculation ;:
i on the diamond next season. Tom, a as to what heroines of them. Perhaps AL FRE \I G 0 HO TEL' I Coast; table fir>t-class, and every f
Office 408 West Bay Street.
t brother of Joe and Jim, will be given a the problem has now been partly soh ed. convenience and comfort; hot and cold

trial by Baltimore. At any rate the air is being cleared, and baths; modern improvements; in center of the famous pineapple section; closeto Jacksonville i

t Philadelphia has signed Jamison, tba day by day we are unearthing new solutions the Inlet; fish and oysters in abundance. 10-2S-U7 Florida..

Indian who played for the Carlisle to the mystery. The latent "d!:>- -,,---- ,------,_. -,- I
fctbool football team last year. lIt till covery" is provided bya gentleman who Terms Moderate.J. --- -- --- t
pitch fur the Quakers. wandering through some woods and

It did not take Gettmau of the Wfehingtous come across a small sawmill in an out L. JE1"N. Proprietor, "New Process" Blue Flame Oil Stoves !

long;: to learn the national(auie.Aaordiut of the way spot. To his astonishmenthe
b in found that the motive power for it JENSEN, I5BEVARI) COUNTY, FLORIDA.
he has
; to report only en

America"Long"from John Germany Healy, sis the years.es-pitfher ordinary was provided wheel.by The a young wheel man was connected and securely a big- .r-- Dun! fail to Mop at Jfiwen when ,i-itin;:the Indian Kiver tat6tf7 Standard Light'g Go's Vapor Stoves j}

fixed iu midair and was -
and a uieiuU of tie around the worM -- i
Spalding, ij with the mill machinery by a belt. The OUR EAST COAST AGENTS iJ
Company organized; byI I : i iI
now a member of the tt.:; Louis dtt('ctive young man sat on a "racing" saddle II
fone.Kick and worked away at the pedals, thus The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co. I II Niger Daytona J C Frink, Stuart
keeping the e\\\ going for hours, while I W P Shryock. XejvSmjrnai M E G hl'r.t'St Palm Beach i iI
Young says be has received S-'iU i Frank T Budge, Titosvi'lleEdward M B Lyman, Lantana I
book.-Eugliill Cyclist.Expanded
applications fur the 18 places on his: he read a Stiling, Cocoa Stranahan & Co, Fort Lauderdale t

umpire staff for next seaviii. Burst, E SUDLOW Gen'l I Geo F PaddiMin & Co, Eau Galhe Jordan & Spivey. Lemon City I
O'Day, Em.-lio and Lynch Lave been Air Uurot the Tire. Manager. Hodgson! Bros. Eau G.ilhe D R Knight, Lemon Cit :
The other day a man went into the i 1.\ Y \V Hogg & Co, Fort Pierce Frank. T Budge Miami !
appointed already. bowling alley to bowl. lIe took his Li- I Geo E Coon, Jensen W \\ Culbertsoa, Cocoanut Grove !
Mr. AU11; the principal backer and cycle with him and set it up close to T roes;p1e and Vegetable Fer-tilizeFs.

owner of the Brooklyn club, says be has: the fire. By aud by things got lu ly on The Raymond D, Knight Co.
lost IUOOot iu the 15 years that be thin alleys and strikes and spares were --- --- t

has been in baseball, $25,000 of it in the order. It got to a pi:ice where something Ammonia 5-6 per cent. j Ammonia 5-6 prr cent. SOLE STATE AGENTS,

the lent two Sea.ous.Irt'p had to le done, and everything Available P. A. 4-5 per cent Available 1'. A, 6-S per cent
Jacksonville Florida.
was ai quiet as: death while a roller prt Potash K. 3 O. 7-8 per cent. j Potash K. u O. <)-10 percent. "-_'-''T '
toll o lluy. :
M a : pared to bowl the last shot. As be 1'
McCoy'b leap to the top of tbe ladder back with the ball there wa; aloud '

is bringing: nut many ttones; of the days swung report and a hissing like es
when hu \\"alll1n amateur.; One of Lu Every cue jumped, and the tit'it
friends said recently: was spoiled. .....Quantities.... THOS. NOONEY & SONS.

"When McCoy fist came to Cleveland The air bad expanded in the rear tire Special attention given lo private formulas.
he was unknown as a fighter. / of the bicycle and hail blown a bole a
fellow tot there named Rumeey, who foot long in the tire -Columbus Dis t.lt.7 ,. send: fur "'."III.hlt,! .1 ilinliiw( \.V. F. ARMbTROXG, JR.. A ellt.

bad satilt 'Kid'! tuz- __ 1
a pymnaMum, patch. 4-1 I Commission MerchantsIMPORTERS
ing one day, and immediately put him I II
against a lu-al bruiser. The 'l )Il-g o A long Cycle Tour.

boy,' WI M -toy was called, Clot the Albert H. Fo-tel, Fredonrk Turner I t
bruir to pieces w quickly that Brai. Jr., and Walter B. Young have start-l THE EAR MAN HOUSE I

111:1 rwosniztd him as a wonder. 'lia'u on one of the longest wheeling tour-
Ramsey Steffers, Cleveland made. From Sivaiiuah they will and Domestic --- r
get Billy a ever Ii nil.\ open for Winter Travel 1. Foreign -- ---
|)n ili"t, to meet McCoy in ]nnliKnniMy ride tbtir wheels to the south of Floridaand
bi-tall he had on McCoy and take a boat to Cuba. They will n..i i': E est of Ac ommodations. I

lost, as the Kid' who didn't know .how about the West Indies and then p'> Table Best the Market Affords. Fruits and Produce

to be cartful, was knocked out in a through mouth:; \wt"fira. After tonri'i; ,
Eat ConneeUon.-
s in
punch. Jr't.'fit 11 in south .\1111 rica they will return .;L,1 -
then proclaimed
Hates IloiMin.iliic! Slmrt Di-rMticpfioiii I tlirl l""jMtt.S.S.E. I
of California They eapert !
world bta';ir, and when the latter> iin. go up the coast WHOLE E i
mt'nt' visit Liberia! and many Eurl'!pah CROCERS
McCoy again all of Rummy's > to \.ilrt''i )
eras don on the Cleveloiidt-r: Thi'time coTh.tru; be for1 theirreturn. They will! 'r I l F-VIOIAX! ;, ,
KumMy and will carry a trn:. I "
McCoy won deciively, and be gone ute years
hasn't said a word &iDee.lew blankets and a cooking outfit with 114-07 WEST: PALM BEACH, FLA. I JACKSONVILLE FLOR=A. 10-28-97

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, AnItA rE BOY LEDEII many in he fight This was in 1862, 8 I I I ESTABLISHED 1874. I

few months after tinbnt of the boy '--,Cm luctilll! a legitimate baokii'R business- Kingsland & Comr
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1 ROMANTIC SOLDn! C'REEP. CF CCL atljrt ut. He \i. : ,teed' guy tre. upon strictly CtlIll ll"u'i.'llint's,
a''d after the neat 1 title bloody Chick- .-THE-

i ARTHUR M'ARTH,-. OF MILWAUKEE.Jlppoiuirtl a ucga. .he regiment looked up to him

t "JnbDr-: fie Twrn'y-fonrth ts main a feature tin same.it couldn't do without and First e0nado of Florida No. 5 Fulton Market, NEW YO "

,r \\ .couio at !Girt: ern-The !So!.iirr* The n at the battle of Mission Ridge L' ALL KINDS
, Gu.cllIw at Kir, .TEirn Tult-r.iteil Him bo capped it all Ly a deal of personal -ATJacksonville. Fly
IrTois-in und of mind only to .
, presence
Finally Idol./ 'il Him an a Ilrru.Copyright. Florida
11 epict>;d of a true soldier. The'i'ntyfourth ,

., ( I.. .:,'.. l>>k Am''ru-un 1'1.'>'.. Assocuitlun. 1 \\ under Sheri.lan's lead, Soncits the huMe + c4 merchants |,lantrrs and fruit growers. All accounts have
i x> rIGhts rl'Sl'rtI. ] ,7
! t arted on the signal to go ip the slope personal attention
, OYri were not c': double quick, for the enurgencycalled Drafts on England and the Continent bought and sold

popular as colonels for rapid action on the line. They on favorable teirns.JAMRS tll1

P1i iu the civil carried the first uf the enemy's defenses, M. SCHUMACHER, President R. C. COOI EY. ,.Cashier. -'

If ( war 'ihat is nutsaying illIll1ttl'r a short bnathiug spill: orders (}
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that the -- -- '
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l l I I came to go ahead. It was up hill work
, f bnfswhu k'caine in the double sense, for the nun had to .
;n C.ICIII II! were net L GO. Speei'n
f D. &
'1 !'"if/' : ', I'. popular with the I t'lestiepand ght right rugged of way hillside andtrcpgle coder fira up I J- HORN .

4"4'; !Ien they led I ;
1 /,,\ .J. liually the color bearer dropped down Ij| a ,
; -/"V t The fact that from physical eshai tOIl while the line j I 50EASr_BAY STREET, Fla.
1 __ Jacksonville
1 l became
FF was strung cut, \\a\cring as to which i ,

:' leaders proves c .nrse to take to avoid the enemy's fire | 'SAVING STORE.

;. stuff ere Dot in them particular to fill as the to that the bill.they length Soldiers had of the a, i j a 1 id ether the, rtili-bstrnctions adjutant,iu was the at path.:the front bicj ,- tations.We sell Our at Wholesale Mail Or.ler THE and Department GREAT Retail. Special i* given Prices very careful to Merchants.and prompt Write for qu NN\ SEMINOLE I HOT I I ] :

colonel's beard or about anytime else a id H-kin tbe Hag! in the hands cf the |Below we quote a few prices that will attract the eye of Bargain/ Seekers:
Iosfratt Irani unfurled it and rushed t1
vicep1;; the quality of leadership. llcucn ft rwanl, the actual leader of the whole Only Brick Hotel in Town. =4
if a Loy got into the Middle with a silver
decoration his shoulders the line.For WEST PALM BEACH :
oil more the deed at Mission Ridge tbe ;
honor to him. In writing thus I have f fill FL41
buy adjnJyiit was promoted f; the rank .
mind only the fighting colonels and I H ,, o Has recently been comoleted, :
: ?
ci n..t r. a tild cfiiitr's rf' itieD. two THI SE'II\TOLI UtJgL
ightiug regiments and fighting toldiers. .. "":: ; .'!)h- IIO'r .... / i
1 frurUs I drt that cf) coKiad.. A mnjcruULiiiuiiiii stantial manner and elegantly furniai<|;!j .
(: .it.on
There is a notion abroad that for hundreds ) J""
a lattnlicuof the rl'irulIt ... .... ". high ground fronting Lake Worth and commanding a magnificenti" 'j
and hundreds of i
regiments : -
hundreds of thousands of soldiers the i Rhea ID action. and often v\hen the n?' .:... :::: e I ;t .
iciiit: i is sii-iiil 1 r'ureare but field
going to war was only a junketing affair -i| uJk't rand the major ilill't'f rud iu com- ......... .r"".. .-.'. Cuisine and Service Strictly Firet-Class. :: 'I

that they never taw a Confederate: : ...
if did Eauil. The Twinty-fourt!' Lad licnme Bates: {2 per fay and np. Special Rates by the Week u Itsa 'J:: .
V they ran away at the first :: ::
ilL! .
IP : It'tlfl that there were lat t\\0 C ..
new Such colonels and regiments aud llulti oflicrrs after Mission hidge. During I 1 GEORGE ZAPF 'I
: Mall ft
soldiers are never exploited in the articles tbe Atlanta campaign it was IlIllyIt : 114.\17. .

signed as below. To my mind a lieutenant coluutl, and at the ricrw- .... .,":. -- ,

regiment, when considering Federals, fag tf Keues-aw that office was 1.t !tl tyoaig ; ;,. .
I is a body of men which stood like a 'cAithur. He was uttjit ityeah ) POPE & I"iCLAURINWHOLESALE/ ,
rock at Malveru Hill Stone River 1
r or or
n! fm only 1}*. yours bail arr.:' d .... J v
jettyidinrg or Chickamauga or l"rnk- ..... :::
sUf br III,1 his fr Lli war uctis at L .
f im. or which stormed the lines at An- v
battalion (Ins parades.McArtlmr j Fruits and Produce
tietam and Fredericksburg, at llishiCD: s soldierly! action at Ktue- ... l : ,;,

Ridge and Kcuesaw, at :Spottcylvauia: sawhay .".. "
teen noticed in the stcry ( f '" .,
and Petersburg. Sergeant Dunn, and that lulylit.ie: :! C w -J Commission Merchants. '(.
Naturally, then, if i take colo- L
a toy
cf what I 'at
niL: e aid <-f the 1 h y Laceand
rel or auy other kind of a colonel for a .....
f.ilhiitciuinandiu:tl I attic. ..::: Fancy Grades of
theme I shall po to a very hot have p.jfiud It fought in the Lrigade of C'cl..i.l Optycke. ........ .', S rLtO" Butters and Chi_
him Therein lies
key to the remark : P
Mile by ride with the Thirty sixllllinois : i 'N '
J We Solicit
Your Business.We .
that boy colonels wore net pot n- "4
Irayom:;: Miller Kdtrail 1
lar It required a marvel rf a man to be was ht down with a U1p.rt.1! n< ly"'kllth.husiuess of Merchants and With Not Fit orders from Cesaws
te the colonel of a lighting regimentthat ound. This Elegant Parlor should buy from their borne dealers.
v Aud -Arthi.r pot hmi jlf! in

is to say, a Maying colonel, and t'.e path of the buIlt t.. acconliug toIhe q Lamji Only 09 Cts.Decora I 11>.." QI
btaviux qualities are implied in what 1 Tiimc-Hraid's ....,
reniiuisceuu's Li'rgeaut y fed. Bowl with, I
bave aid cf my chosen types of MJ-
diers. A coloutl : Duuu Star Oil fle'iter Shade to fighting must Le an "But for a bundle of letters and docninents. $2.90 tilt(( match. I c.I.

ideal master of men, not a mere driver, ." said the sergeant, "1 gut $4.50. HAINES BROTHERS
but a master in the souse of leadership, tie little colons 1 would have given M.H.Ocie ,
. one in draw his men to him and makethem Write for Oil Heater Catalogue.

t i as tit many mi tubers of his own ty-fourth.elseachaneetocummaudtheTwr A bullet struck him the u- Machinists and

,:I body. uLedient to the very. imnnhi1 1..0..>.. r.. ,I... .. _,..1L ,.. .. our_. ., Engineers]
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n. u u.t: .UIJ"II" 1'1 Itlll'r:! unCI I a.IUIi
! bid bruin. Now, there wire a handful
was his coiuiii.ksion asliinUii, ::t
i only of boy colonels of that -AGENTS FOR-
stamp.i colonel, recc i veil a few days before. 11 eccmmissicu
i There were two besides Colonel ArthurMcArthnr
was worked Ly the Lull>( The Gas Engine and Power
the Company.
in very field where he '
was steering; for the bt/y's heart
won aud kept his unique position, one Eat the spar if charmed life wrs tl Repair Parts for their Motor in Stock.
of them in the ,
same brigades Colonel
1 cud for theta)) at last and did cud ut 0 y tr
Silas Miller of the Thirty suth Illinois tte battle of Franklin.! l."o30, lbH( .

started as a private and at 22 was commanding Led by Colonel( McArthnr the Twcuyfuurth : Construction and Repair of Intricate Machinery a Spectah/. _
the regiment Ik'fore he was V
was one cf the Mtu regimen; :
25 he ft:11it the bead cf his
: which wade history that day on (::: OUR
eturwingtheslopes:: Kenesiw. Colonel: t< r'b hill in the famous charge of Odycke's I :
J. C Formau of the Fifteenth Kentucky
LrigaJe. That, too. is a well
k.' Repairing.
was only 21 years cf ago when he- known story, bat cue to Liar, recalling' Mann Clocks, Fully Halranteett '- --:...- :->....: I ... Installing.? ... ,
was killed the head of his
regiment The main line of breast,urlII in front 65 7' "- ;;- Gas Gasoline, Naplitlia. Keniseiir -
I at Mona RiverS He won the silver eagle i Cents. : Complete, Isolated. fagbtiag
of Cartir's The Va-.or
hill was br -nhul Ly a deAerate Daisy OiKStove, Hot-Air and and Pumping Plants for
by au act of _
gallantry at Perryville two I Steam
and Engines and Scales of
overwheliinrg: charge of Cle- mestic
mouths before.A btirne's Tenuetsieans W-Xotir to All While. L 1 Burner only 35 Cents all makes and capacities. use operated by i
of Oixiyike's Irigade vMtinj in our City, 2 l* gasoline, steam or water.Inventors' .
veteran the 75
Twenty-fourth Wisconsin lay in WP orJlallr invite vnii to make .
reserve behind the breai h UH a call "
recently gave the war story teller .3 99"J. Models Constructed with S... and OUpttth.\\
The eey
men had been iu arts
lu .ct ut tLe :
of Times-Herald some points in the front for 30 hours and wire rating H d D. HORN & CO.; : 105 East Bay St.,
career of Colonel AlcArthur which --huw JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
taking coffee whey the C(.Lluurut. s lo-8-97:! "'
that a boy was in UtLCB.ONtoF.w'llllamaSonSCo.c : Office and
many burst; through the line in fn" Works, l
ut At t!: In.
> ways II In his race for a colonelcy said quick command of UtdyiLu, "iir ,- 1021 U? Foot of Liberty Street Jac Olul.11 le, plol
be When
: the governor made him cur: ,

adjutant iu 1&03; he was only 1? and I : REYNOLDS &
i small for his age. His voice had not ., --- -_.

fully ciuupcd. It sounded like the
crowing : DO NOT FORGET.
of a young rooster in its first efforts. WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEALKIM IX

We made all sorts of fun of him, und
l v
felt that we had been impaled upon by ytt, 1 i. (

the governor. We wanted a man, not a I qth 0ys ers Game 'Russell & Co. ,

stripling, for adjutant, an office almost ,
as important as that of a colonel. I

"Yon ought tn have heard the boy on II !

dress parade.half way His down chicken the line voice when didn'treach he I and Green ;urtlc. DRUGGISTS.

piped out 'To the rear; open oidtr; WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF T ;

march and when be iiiiuced to the SERVICE TWICE )
center of the rcgiim, moved out in DAY (Druggist Sundries rtic

front and said, FIrst tergeant the U> -aUrni to the he,.t liail lt t sear and ,Toilet -

front broad aDd center, inarch! there was a arc full prepared to di! MI Mii Pexsan Perfumes and patent
grin cii the faces of a thousand hedicic :}
men and a scowl on that of the cutout --- -

The first colonel had Kttu service aDd SPECIHL A Fresh Line of Tenney's Candies. :

wanted a competent man for ad jc taut. ATTENTION

The night after the first dress parade he roUlxt.L Courteous Treatment
Ap.Tlln: I'ARTUn'
t&id'I shall write to the IS GIVEN TO ORDERS FROM and Prompt Service. 4);
governor to brigade, fall iu, double quick, charge!" l
send me a woolen for x.'.97
man adjutant.
The boy heard of tome of the colonel's it the rest regiments hurled themselveshead m three lines as they lay Seminole Block. West Palm Bead ::

comments, and he could ugcpcuihe The East Side. : .
t --
men were guying him. It cut him to but 2,tOO. Forging their to !- .

. the"qa'I'll lk.I' .show them tbat I can fight: the trout Ly dint cf bayonet thrusts way ui. blows from clubbed muskets -
t i they clean Reliable
anyway. Then maybe they'll como to a path to the works and retook eight --. Tested Seeds .; :
like me better,' aid the I -'- :
buy as be cannon, wbieh: they turned on the ue- | @ Grown Especially
soft brushed cheek.away" something damp from bis my. The \\olksH're held and the day j for Florida Planting. :

was saved Out of seven regimental BURTON K. BARRS
Another story from the same lips leaders five were shot down, Me Arthur 'j 8 I Seedsman, :
brings out the qualities this BARGAINS JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
, Loy bail unu.ug tbi m, and cue of the first to go .9 98 There :.
for winning the love of his Dau.t j The htwuu m command, Jiajoi Phil .j ddphla and"riCh el+eshrre.are the anti same the as seeds that;rtOktbv rr table _t..mn ia s"d.. 9
Kencsaw the veteran who tills the story i l i brook, was kilted McArtbur I' .... ... .aving III time and hriht p Ill! .jIcrahip. .
j j-nrvned _.. c. Orders amount to ca : ,
-- -- ... Shipped Same
was badly wounded and left behind i .. Day R l"ived.
I: his+ouw! It was the last parade the 1 2t 91.1

when the Twenty-fourth was ordered I regiment ('II the Lattlctieldwith the biy JH' Jfure a Full Stork of Ladies' .. __
back '
after the repulse. Young McAr- :I I in e\ileuce, and this was what Gent rd --

thur was in command, and when hl'I Stanley the corps, commander, said! (,f i and U. D. HENDRICKSON

learned that tsergt'ant Dunn was among :1 the ju'if rn:.,we: "I will not say alM- Gellts'Shoe,;.
the missing iu battle he tent a file of I j lately that the TwentyfourthVi.etu ,

men to the front again to search fur dn raced! the battle of Franklin, but I- huliex' Dress Goods our S/iecittlty. General

him. said he, "If he is wounded and I can t'.Mily treni the evidence .f Merchandise.
alive, see that ho is given in charge of 1 < n.y ., //'*. Frank trill beaten
own that it for
e-yts had a great deal to do a week or so and
I the surgeon at once if dead, ji.-, Wholesale
; bring with saving it. In this feat it was gallantly Oils
: body in. and it hall Us sent home. | and well led will offer you Special ,
by boy coloutl Bargains. Gasolines Salt
76 Wap.fats
The thought was the impulsive cue oi 1! Arthur ilcArthnr." and 86'. GPOCeflCS II1ILA t .

a boy, but the act was that of a firm !; It was a i a.u of much glory on young .-1 Present with Every Dollar's iL'ortht

and ready commaader.AlcArthur !' :shoulders but there was no getting t Caps Shoes :
won his eagle. lie i i Dry Goods 8 Seeds TTOutg' 1
was uo I i of it, with that bleeding form and I"K pui'chased at the ,
accidental l"Ult.llcl.t the
greatbattle face as mute witnesses, that all had
tit the regiment, Stone fiver, been earned in rnaa's noblest work ino.-t iii[ Maclline lsrtPIIll

the cult lit 1 lieutenant l'ult.ud1 n.tMtl.1 nobly done. BOSTON STOREMRS. 't>- : :
absent, awl the cotiiuiaii.i lit tit'lweuty Colouel McArthur
recovered in time
lut.rth'lJlnd upnu iL u.aj r to take the regiment home to Milwau Agent for M ,,es'AntiFriction and Wi1linm t Clark'. .
and tlw boy i.iljutaut. 'ihe the kee J. FRANK --- FertilizeJ et
I I'a ream where he presented to the governor Prop'r. .. .
in biridau'e division, when
it all that lj
was t of Milwaukee's: pride- Iron Marine
bl'laU through the war. Attun<- a strippling leader '"IIIII'I' BllldIII; Hsnvan Sln-M For Boats Railway
boy two tattered WFST PALM 75 Flta'r.
River BEACH Steamers .*,.
tbe three
brigade commaiultrs 1 ,
u i flags and a couple of hundred cr au of _
: tbe divisiuii were shot down early in battle' scared and battle grimed vetcrtans. IH-W7

the t ght and the r..imtuts lift totbivinUes (iItROE: L. KlLMtK.i "Lake Worth" and

It was a tirrille trutgle, UK I -I I "Glndys"On .

well kuuwn to be r. |I'rated tart T1- i!I Stockings, were first UM'd! in the Lake Wort,

Twenty fourth came out wltnu :.. eleventh autury. Ikfore that Schooner "MARY '
cloth B.
IB jhe ranks, having: lost almost as audases were used on the feet, PATRONIZE THE SUN JOB OFFICE I I free Delivery boat regularly on Ute Worth.betwpef1 UU. Wn, and. .J 4.rl-H,

w" Ii fee Worth Floridac ,

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MRS.G. P.. STEPHENS_. ........Inntructor
Th' Drummer Boy of Marenjo Who BODo \\'.J. ..._.. ? Established 1841.
RODNEY CHILDREN HAD FUN StOFFICERS_ i SHONE. _........... ._.Snpert."r
ored Hi Commander

LEARNED LESSONS IN SCULPTURE. "Tout est perdn; anve qui pent!I" N COCOA PI.lM.IR"'lE'SF.TTOBEXeJUIX.. ,
I. F. LAMOND ... .. ....._......._ ..InstructorA. s. B. MILLER & CO.
? Mayor .
All is lost ......_. ._..... ...
( eavebiiubelf
who !
; can ) J. E. GLENN-......._?..-.._ .._........_Clerk .Sul..rvl. I
D1.3ppolat.aeat TUD.d to Plc* ar -ThWM shouted the soldiers of Marshal Victor J. H LUINGSTON....?. _....... ._Assessor EVERGLADE.
Marengo UEO H. MALTBY....._....._.?......?Treasurer MINNIE M. ......
when .._ .,..
akMt.g gpollrd. but after sustaining with MAY ... ._ InstructorWM.MSHLK WHOLESALECommission
Tooth Ia GRAHAM ...........
B* ED. A Marshal
Lannes for four hours ihe fierce .......... .. ..........?.......hupemorLI.NTON. ,
>..!.hl-Tbe Zoo That WM Mad of onslaught

.... !. SplU of Ha, Difficult. under of superior Austrian numbers BOARD OF ALDERMEN W. A. H. HOBBs.................... ....... InstritrtnrSupervisor:1 Fish Dealers
General Melas, his men gave way ..- ..... ....... ................ ......._..._.? _.. : ,

The mow WM falling steadily and and fled. CFO. w. POTTER ._.._...?._ _..... President BOYXTOX.MAL'Dt.EE No.! 7 Fulton Fish Market NEW YORK.
the Rodney children strange as it may But Lannes formed his men into hollow JOHN J. A. STRAW B BEACH DERM AN..GEO A.. BRANMNC S. IJIMOXD ......... ....... ..... ...... ...InHirurturtHAs.
teem were grumbling aa they watched squares and with the Consular GEO. S. AD.VMS.?.CARL HREBNIl( K w PIERCE. .............. .....Supervisor
Attention the sale of
guard, also in squares, they slowly fell Council meeting on the ist, and 3d Tuesday in PALM BE\CH. Special gives to Pompano Spanish
it Mackerel .
each month,at Blue.Fi"h., Etc.
back, moving like"living citadels" over 7:30 p. m. :MI-s i.. DEBOGOUY ....................li.HtrmtorK.
"Of conns it'll cover the ice for a the field of battle, sinking by hundreds X. DIMIi'K.?... .._......._?........Supervisor References: Stiltonia.1 1I irkt Nitio-nl Biik:. or u"y Wh"I""al" fi4i,

wwk." laid Paul, who ached to try his wider the destructive fire of the enemy County Directon. COLORED. D)..;ilnr in theUni'nl 'tat T.

new fckates. but still shielding Victor's disorganized .ANNIE LK.HTBOCRVE( .....,. _.lo4truetolJUHN fiT Stencils furnished on nipl| c.itH.a l-IH-8m
"And then everything will thaw all troops.At COUNTY OF FlCERS.A. W Y SE......??.._?._?.._?opervisor r

at once and there won't be any chanceat this -
juncture was seen advancing 1IETSER County JIIJge
all.added Phil who was just be over the plain, with banners waving A.o. QL'IMBY... rirrmt t onrt Clerk
ginning to try cutting fancy figures on and trumpets sounding the head of the R.J.ROBT.CHIILINGWORTH..H R. TAYLOR ... Prosecuting. Attorney MienffC. The Only Coffee RoastersIn E. WIXCHENBACH, ManagerFLORIDA F. M. BURST, Treasurer

the ice. columns of Desaix, who had heard tbe .C. UGHT.. ..Tax Ae>'l'Or the State.J. .
"Vacation MOD be over, too." T.J. H.\RD EE.... .... ....Tax ollei-tor
cannonading a wore of miles away and .'. ...
) LAMO"D... .Trl'Rbun'r
ligbed Alice fc-be bad jest learned in advance of orders had hastened to the }'R.'XKL SHE2S.... Surveyor D. & R. D. GRETHER, fdACHINE WORKSIIron
enough from the boys to be able to skate relief of Napoleon. Z. T. MERRITT.SopL Pitlilic InfractionCODXTY

alone. "Beat a retreat!1" said an officer to COUMIS&IOXERS. Jacksonville, Florida.

"Ob. dear me sail" exclaimed a little one of the drummers of DeI a x. who had N.W. PITTS chairman: .Lake Ucrtht -e---
voice in the comer. They all just reported to his chief. t>. \ J.ADiIlART. .Palm Bead, CHOICE TEAS, ) and Brass Castings.
J. .CocoaniU Grove
langhttL It came from small Bessie "Beat a rt'treaU"! repeated the drum E. I.. WHITE ? .LeruonCDy PURE SPICES }I

who WM trying to put on her big wax mer as he looked upon the French army \v. S.TANCRE...?...??..?..?...... ..Hobe Sound i FRUIT EXTRACTS j SPECIALTIES.Paper General Repairing Promptly and Accurately Done.
ly'. nightgown backward. rolling back in a broken mass and noted omlbi."i"Dl'n meet in regul.r session on
"We all bare our troubles," said the impatience of some of the soldiers fira Wednesday in each month. paper bags butter dishes twine Iron Building Columns N -h Weights and Grat* Bars a Specialty, halting..

Alice. "Come here, pW bie, and I'll put at the silence of his drum. "I do not COGN7YSCHOOL BOARD. and other grocers' sundries. Pulleys, Hanger- and noses m Stock Saw: MamlrHiof .ill Sizes Furnished.

it oa for you." know how to beat a retreat Desaix SrPERINTESDFNT OP PUBLIC INSTRUCTION AllCoffces Roasted After Receipt of Order.

"Well we'" to do Z. T. MtRRITT.: ........._................Lemon City 10-21-97 SUGAR MILLS -
got something orwe'll never taught me that but I can beat a -
explode! exclaimed Phil. "I charge-oh, I can beat a charge that J W. JrK MEMBER,ONt OF hairman.o SCHOOL Bo&,'oanut RD. OroveW. -

vote for a snow man aa soon as we can will make the dead fall into line! 1 beat L. WI[)M n t:R...._.........?... .Jupiter Office and Shops at En'l'of Viaduct in River.itle.ID21.)7 .
J. W. tUM&TOCK..Wift Palm Brach
get OUt" that charge at the pyramids I beat it SEEDS. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.

"Me. too." Mid the others and Bests at Mount Tabor. I beat it at the bridgeof FLORIDA LEGISLATURE ...

added "Make me a mow dolly. Lodi. --
May I not beat it here? 11ESBERiFROM DADE rOUTY.
won't you. Paul?" "What think of it?" asked Napoleon E. :-i'. PIMICK. Palm Beach................Senator Fresh, New 'rop, Reliable.
you R. B,POTTER W Palm Beach, Representative
"Of course I will I'll make yon a of Desaix, whose 6,000 men were ...
woolly lamb, too" be said in fan halted not far away. Varieties best adapted to Florida. O. W. EYBRECHT

"We could do it. I believe" said "Tho battle is lost," replied the hero State Directory.EXECUTIVE Special Attention given to the

Alice IUddenl,.. "We could make a real of Egypt "but it is only 3 o'clock. East Coast Trade.

one an big u life if the snow packs hard There is time to gain another. DEPARTMENT. Dealer in Hardware,
and dry. My teacher Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
telling us one "Forward then! commanded Napoleon -
day what yon can make out of snow- "Hold the enemy in check whileI W. D. II LOX II \M. Governor L. CAMERON. Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter, Mixed Paints
J M). U RAW FORD .Secretary of State
like laud modeling you know. rally and reform the army behind SVM. U KtYM'tl'S; Comptroller The Pioneer Seedsman of Florida.
"1 believe we could." said Paul '\ JAMS uilllFIELD .. ..Treasurer Tin, Capper, and Sheet iron Work.
-...... Wlt.B.LAMIR. .. .. Attorney General ll-u-97 JACKSONVILLE rLORlDV. '"'
brinkly. We might hare a picture of a W. N. Sll h.\1 S Supt. Public lustru'-Lion
beep to lock at and tome wooden shovel s'1q WOMllWKLL: .. .. (',uD.. Agruulture
Dealer in Pumps, Pipe Fittings and General Plumbing Supplies Tin Ware Agate
or tLiti to shape the beads with and r %- PATRICK UOfvroX Adjutant l.i-neral |
1 W MILTON, JR... Surveyor-General Ware and Ilnne Furnishings of Every Kind.
to Moop cut the wow for tails and ears I Uftci'3 at Tallabll",' I'lon.lo. T. B.Massa
and khape off the bodies with. We could V .

PASCO. .. .. .. Munlicello
And- and elephants 1" exclaimed S. R. MALLORY Pensacola 4-
Phil jumping up "Oh 1 wish it

would stop mowing, so we could be- U. S. fQXGRESSULX.ROBT Ktiraitefoi Work -an.I Miterial One or oth promptly

gin!" And be went stamping around M M 2li \V.D\VIS .. PalalLa & Bro. ;FllirI'. oil 131tf.

the room. S. M. Sl'AUHMAN Tampa
"There' a 'lot to do to get ready" WEST P A i LJ M" B ED.F1 F LOP,IDA.

aid Alice. "Yon know papa says a SUPREME tuw JUDGES. Jacksonville, Fla.COMMISSION .

good workman is always careful to have M. II. :MARKY... .. .. ... Clut-f Jn=tioiK. > -- ---
bit tool in order Let's spend today i B. CARTER Ass'ruate.lustee
R K TAlLOIf.... .. .. ?
getting our ready Yon boys'll have to MEBCHAHTS. First-Class-

make the shovels or whatever you'd .
all 'em." R. R. COJIJllSSIO RK

"And I'll look up the pictures," ,said "1 DO ROT KKOW HOW." K. II. M. D.\\'IIJSOS. Quincy Fla. Chairman

Alice. "We must choose the animals yon!I" Riding among the demoralized H. B. D.\Y .Gainesville Fruit and Vegetables.

loo." Infantry of Victor be shouted: "Sol J. M. BRYAN....... .. ...................Kt-simmee JOB WORK
have retreated far 'lerk..... ...,. U U .
By evening the tools were ready'and diers, you enough I JGHN !? NEEtEY. JR. t Arcadia. Consignments Solicited

the animal chosen A sheep for Bessie You know it is always my custom to lahaasee.headquarters and offices of the Bard at Tal- .
the field of battlel"Meanwhile ... ... -
deep on
a bear an elephant and Alice chose a
the buy was beating that General "'Honetity and lair Dealing"*.Our:Motto At THE SUN Office.
stirring charge and De:-aix with his> Directory.COURT .
6,000 was charging the whole Austrian Customers Sure to Get Their Money.

"Go" said he to his aid-de
army. CALENDAR Established in Jacksonvillefor -

camp, "tell the first consul I am advancing (Seventh Circuit.)

and must be supported by the J.D. BUUOMb. '" Circuit JuaKf -Eleven-Years.- -. Florida East Coast Ry.

ciIh cavalry. J. D. BEOba .. State's Attorney
Best of References Furnished
A moment later be fell mortally SPRING TEKM.Osopola 10-21-97

wounded but the drum only beat the County. ht Monday in Man'b. Tim Table No. 11-In Effect J.na 17. I8>!!/. .
n2- M "
rushed forward Orange .. ---
lit louder, and his intu to Lake 4tb" .
him. Kellerniuuii's cavalry \olusia id: April.
avenge Bre ard" 4th Red and SOUTH BOUND .NOitfH UOUND
them. The Austrian Spanish
charged to support bade lat fur 4th Monday
) i j 1 k. columns gave way and were MKJU a turbulent Monday in April. MATIOKS. No.23'No.. f .".0."-, Daily Ko.39. I ST..'..T'OSS. ISo.7iJ''"'' .',,.-._..-... 'U...-DO
J 1If 1// FALL TERM. i : -- --llJaiY'1- -- -
of ::
mass fugitin's.Thus ancy-- L.1lCboanu.....7/u48 1 : I :ip 4Wp' L :\' ,alDi .. ...... a!( 8:?.b0bAugiistln. ...... ......
was Uareiigu wrested fnmi the Osreola County,let Monday in October... ........ ...' : 22ep 51IJp Le.on City ...... 6taa .. .... .. ... .....
//i victorious ilelas the coal of the Orange 2-1 Let Augnjon .S a i0 3:a Ijud'rdal:J....... 8t ca. .... ...... .....
by grit .. .. .......... ......
Lake 4th --- Liiii in 72i'a' ;, ...... ..
devoted Det-ais and by his prompt, intelligent PineappleSlips :* 11 60s. ...,.+' .... 14 Lftn'anaA ......74.\& ......... ..
anticipation of order,. He in Volunia ftl Nov. tPalatuM..I..9{ ( .- & ..,. U Paim Reach SLOs1019a...... ....
Erevanl 4lh uUt 1--- LP.mB.-aI'Dlnli.; 8.A.aIU*a.' ..... ..
Grouchy's place at \\aterloo, ur Monday\ after the 4th Mon and Suckers &llJ tto. .. U' ,,12 4iP .... ".. Royal POI "laJla .. 8a! 10 i a ... ......
Grouchy acting like him. might have day in November. LbulUtaoturrtll .. .. ... II era' a Oat ..: ....:: W Palm Eewh 8 as III ss4 .....: ......
i4-. --- WertJuiner. .. 91>Ja,...... ...... ..
-- ---J.: changed the fate of Europe. uL'CeSs. For xalr, of the fc iiilow inst Vane ievu' Palatka ...... 1130&11&Hul..SoWl.l .:._ 9'3a ..... ........... .
-- U. S. LAND OFF ICE.J. Ahhikll, I'urtii Hil'o.Smull tlAat .......... ld4-. It-'p:: ..... ..... Mtiart .' IISI'a..... ...... .....
Till SNOW BE AIL ... .. *' ............ ..... ....
Boy Kireuien. ..... .. yleaa .. ......lll 5.a ll.p .. .. Jeaaen luur& .....
... ..
M. BARCO .. RegieterN. >! h Ca\enne, II .......... ... .
beautiful of large dog lying rt Oranr-...... K'p .... ...... Elen U lla .... .
picture a Instead bauuK military drill the D.WAINWRIGHT.. .. .. ReceneiOftiif E\lltitD! Quern .wNmjraa.: ...... ii'iat.120Kp. 14''P .... ,...... Fur Pierca....... Id Ea1237p.! ..... ......
down to make her image from There of the Cambridge (Mass. ) :\taual s at Gainesville, norma.GOY'T 1fli-.. ....... ... 2 inp ....::'...... .". :ot.Lul"ie IIU..ia. ........... .....
other hould there b* boys Rip)".\ Quern Golden Queen ...... 2iibp ......,,...... 11 at* .. ...... .....
mere plans, too Training school are learning to be foremen. SERVICE DEfl. ,ty ldaLr....... .. ... : ......;...... ",. :Jl"\ .:Minnie..."."", 12'p 2Opf.o..J ."..... ......
time to carry them out It is perhaps the only whool for SIGNAL Wliii, AnIjjtie.1'i'rnaiiilniro i fecoa.. ... .. ..... .... '...... .. Era WalUe ..... U'J-p: 2 I1p!...... ....
all tl.., toys and girls'll J. W. CRONK..... ................ observer ) \Acn..:.. 11 Up .......1'...... ,..;.edge ho' a.. 115p 2 Up'........ \..
"P'r'ap firemen in the vuirld It is not the object U .......... Rasp ..... ..... 4.' ." ...... 1 :!!'I' .. ...... ..
help llailll'bil. "and then we could of to make firemen net nf this Observatory at Jupiter Inlet. Kn\llle: II )l.lIbolUM.......... 1'41 .......1........ Ca,. IBt .. ... ...... .....
! lot di. and ba\.' a zoo. '. course Early .t lirrrnn ". Hindi.. cart nf ihe .. 8el.utlAa........... ..... sp........ ...... 'I'll." e........... ;ISTpp 84-V....... ..
get a ue boys but to give them coolness courage G01"T LIGHT HOUSE SEKTWE. fruit triiui this I'lnntntjonhiivini iiren picked t L.ct..f ...... ....... Oak u. i ... 247p: .1.| ..... ....
t "W tll. we may Kt tin help said and in the faeenf emergencies l last month \ i"ply to -FortPlrcoa.. ........ VeepSlip ..... ..... "N :* .Uivrn ...... ally/bbp.. .. ....
: Paul "lot they'\e to do al promptness Light House at Jupiter Inlet. il n ......... .. ...... .. ....1...... PortOiauje....... lI;!!>p. ..1...... ......
grandly got: as well as to make them ready J\MESA. AKMOUK .. Keeper C.C. MATTHAMS. -J.asea........ ... .. .. .. ... .. ... Daj'oaa.. ...... 34'p SOip. .. ......
we tell 'em. ft r we know just how. and effiict'nt in case a fare breaks out J. A. WKLLS .. l>t A-u-wanl| & .... .. ...... .............. Un""ul ... 4 cap e ...
right for 1 !l-Bob.=......1... .. ... .. ...... --- -- -
The next Lay was exactly and there are no regular firemen near at J. A. PINE. ?< Avilstani Florida Pineapple Company, West ..... ...... ....... .... A san iiH M. .. ... 750p 7 Np ...... ..
makiuK mow inianes There were heapsof hand. No boy is ullimid to take the I.t W. Palm beioa 446p \ .........Laslateu. .. I 4 Up nip ...... ..
5 :2197Vt: F-.IIII Bu-h, s''ia Palm Naoh In*. 61t-p.. -
the white crystals t"'t'r'whl'rl'uonltof work unless he is sound ,byil"lllIud DISTRICT SCHOOLS.LEMO.N Il Polnciaas. G lop .1 ka. ... S flop 8 Sup .. .... ......
)eat soft, .1wby kind that welts before he can try the more dangerous ---I -W.PsmB.aeh.... 6ap 1 I..... alup 806p .. ......
S. _ _
-Iantsaa. ...... .... --- --
away fast but Rood, lirui. honest snow exerci.- of ladder running ami the Use tITV.R .. Unto .... 4p.-. .., Paia-k ..... 538p chop ... ......

that put ks hard aud H likely to lattTh of the life line hI' IS compelled to harden E.MeHO.\AIl.............................PrlnlpalMISSM .Lawi'g41e...... ... .... .: Augustic...... 6J'P: 71cp ... .. ..

day wan sift and ray aud snapping his muM-les with "netting up l'u'rtlSes. E.L WHITE. \. !McDONALD.......... .....Sutter..AHNMtant Ie'r Miami moapd......... ..itOp'1lejp' ,. A .;*'..k..Iq.A..UI!:.1U... ....... eaSp Ttp" .. 120 HOC* 106f bwp

cold MI tht it was uo urn to welt thing The school p(+sesres a compKte fire apparatus t Fee Btttian. Trtlsi 9 op CB n..nal. t i Hi -:,m D. Traiaj stop oa lin-L
and uo prohpect of a thaw including engines, trucks, ladders POT!!D\M. Tram ilo mot crop a t rftttosi where time t 1 T :IB."d? not atop at aUUoni WllIft tuae II
l found L F. KIH\ .:It ....... .................In..Jrlu.lur. lot ahtw>L w. s.:own.
All the rhililnu wprkl't they aud hose carts and tinboys learn R. U. 1-KAZ1KR.. .. .Su|...rtior Train a between JkclMariU and Klan: ,' '1: :,.rbetwawbt.AagnadneladJscbuw
out iiuny Dsfful i iiutti aUmt making detail of the work from splicing' dally,except Hunday \e.: ,dll'.
every NEI'TCXE. Train U Utireca Jacksoarill and Uinmi Tai.tsande5St.AusuauneaadJaekwidally
Snow inia;:tH Thiy Him clt") < timed that a hose to ruuuiug up a ladderA MISSIRENE R1CKARDS .Instructor vi Ueda: !,yeicr'ptSan'iaj.Trala '.

they couldn'tery well nuke a t-ht-ep'i ......................................... ............ supervisor BT terwMo J'kOllrille and St. Augur T air! '(H is l"O XMl'CteEiS SICLUSTVILT 01'"e '
tmly and! thru lift it op ami net It on lIollt'rdli JlIMTrlt: daily except MundarCXilKkitD Pl'J.J.\I i ; A" C' KS
I { n'Lt: LyOFPJI1.MA-\ ;. 'a'wern ILaml aad 8t A"i n.t1Iie
H' The I.'KS nfUMit to le t'tnlt' and A little boy spent' the day m the MIW. W *. II I1OBBS............. ....InMriutoi .... Illy(' '- CARS h'Py.. n"tt: s..'day.
J.I:1lOl' .. . SujieniMirJTNO. Trsulabetws.aJarksoniLeandSt.Augus 'l'rI&W.o :'elWee.II l1laml aad'" Ja.Uulvm.1&
the lady| 1000t its fine hhapu when they country at his aran.notbl'r': : lint long daU1. 1&:...,

raiMil ItFilially : ftuh a g l cided to make the ago tart ANNIE .:. H. MhTC\LF.................In-lrurim .t 116. AXU ;s.
they < ami racing and -limiting! M '
A. E HbEK ...... ...Sulwrv'sorMANGONI.t. 7
babes l.y l.tukiu up uiuuuils! if MIOimUildiuK \\, night c..me, and, tint! ami Uvy.| the 1'h ...... )I.. .." '" axd Ur..c. t't ..,.... Ur..... Its' ..... ... 0-.d "ew
tukh to wake! the It X" ", ,h. ....,.
"ur t> eSun. ... ...
little boy sought; rejo-e grauiniaiiiiua. "
MNUO s\ F IMEV.. ................. |.I'ilruel.'iGERGKS.1'1VLF.I.
stet uu and then winipinu out the parts be crad UN be kis", d bir !(Kid : Snperusot. --
the U lvNuuttiuie WAK05S.M 'No 1' PTATIOX3. a J Ws. 4
btt"t't'li thf \. wmt uml. '
know what lullirday
tit night:; "uow I u \Vf-T PALM ta: \('11.L. .

a rn ",. ..u. k i r lat hilinl really and truly i-. fur Ie hollered all F III\DII\'.......................... ... Principal w17ra0- 134 4';li0 u l:;p .y. Orace" CYIy Junotium ...... 12 2 p| 4'*p
to Irare the whole tansy l.n.t.GE.IXK.: ....................... \v.isKtant L*. 11.:m. ... l .I1J.tIo&.Wpr.v.o.-a.'ge vity .xp s S)
day long! D.l.INGER5O1.L: .. Miruoi| -ot L*. Rap Oey.f .101 UU''p UlpI.v.I.ake Heen ....|U UP 4!
Audalttrlhe hbirp h. .-1fdl I off M. City Jwwrtom... la.U I.: l\iy 4 IS?Ar. >ew :::myn 4. l|11 ffip e'aAfljMisjtetwMDNnrBKTntkBa
-- -
tHoor three iiiniii lh) "h" *ecl a piece Grurge "iu I'rrvUe.V COLORED. between C'lt.1 UaaUPtaf
y -- .1. E. .to"t"'. ............... .... ......Instructor Orange All train Orasi:
of lath iiito tlm link and th> u Luilt the D. R. IXGERsOLL.............. .....Supenisor .... .fnMTir.ra daily uotpt ?aacaj New smjrc "-a1tl.-p fecdaytl t

hrad I'art'fully uroinul it t'Il'l'tll (>( coal I.\NT\\A.

made very gad eyes and uiu*>. and a MRs GEO.11 t1 \:\ ......... I III rui'01
bit nt tape caught tu the split end of afchort A. U.I..\K\bTl': ... Supers is. r A Chance to do Your KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

stick which was then pusl.til tutu ELLiOTT KKY. .
Vk stet whip Qty of x.Y west of tbe Fonts: EMit Cost Steamship Cumpay lassie
the wow animal like a caw made \ery .H'n.C.II\HItIS..InstructorR. JCIIIIC! for Key Wett OB Monl... WcdceiJaTt mJ. Fridays a ft.r 'nYli al trau from JafkUcdara -
fair tail ; H. TIIOU I''ON... snjn-rv'Is4ir | tRpL1e. mw.r 1'000n.1I0II; at k'l Wear with s ...me... for Ha a.1L Leln t4 "ut o t.
q1j'i; BELLE FIOR\ I ( UK*) an Tuesdays:, Tbnrfclay aad:oaturdJr.vl,arnnaf KIa.A.1 ant I IM Tennis e
The bear was harder to do. Lut witha I 14_ MMI vitk aortb bound trainNASSAU.
L F. K1DVKR .... instructor '.
strung upright stick to which was R. R. t-R\HKR... Supervisor I .4
fakteued one it endways for the paws
lnut'a IttW.tYNF i i N. P.
thI'1D1anaa.t'd very well Thel'h'i >
rrif K. I.KE ... In tnn-ror ,
trunk tired them all out. for it "oultln't1ta1 t P\iiK WILsON... sUHTiiM.r .
believe lentil" ....u. N. P. (Balau Is'Aad.sl. Ji: :ary 17.11216by! tM 1.Fa.L.apectaUy .. .. .
wake 1D.nr--i.:
ou until they decided to CfTI.ER 91Vlork l built for tidhxmger tr>ac \* F."r. .fat sae.. {

be WM picking up M.uit'thuiK from ADDLE LKKIUMOV ... ... In"inii'torVM. I'
the ground and built the trunk that way ctiri \ H'//\K1. 1I1'.rt'I".r( | I nlAMI TO N. .s.sAU. ': f NA5.SAL; TO H1AMI.l"ti .

around a long thin stick :Short: l'lt'l.t'liof M1\MI. I. 1eaj.W'-.kJl. t9 Fet. t:3.llt r'emF\\"I'ek.! .:, tamary4Th to r.Lrtary UQ.Tn E
-11' hbiw' 14th to karchlterakh Reek j. Feo-ur.f k>U to Parch
woul made tlie tusks \i>\ F. MC.KRITT. ....pmnipai : ....W &. : to Apru LiUt |IT1. W rek/y/ March Ala M April UU.itBt .
How the Rodney children and their 'I\" M. MANN .... ....... .. .. .... .... \+xi.ianr'T. i
little friends did that ..o' Of N. O.UTIr.K.............................siiprvi.i>r I i i i'Aw'lyma
eujoy T.k:se thorn the Umat-t which tr iaHK'! xats may U eip-ld salvo" I
course all the boys and girls 11"1111'(1.and IOLOREDJMItS. and tri. but .! or d'p tmn
other animal were adds II A huge "Where be'e't thee g\\ine.'. .large?" t t"Baw't N L. J \CK"o'\ .. .. .. Inxtrutior 'art.d U &tosus ant.e'lnor 4G1111h. Oompuiy ho." .seat rMpo>9b.o f:.say 4iay *r WI1aUIq'Ha1lM
'" j A I' LIiiHTliOLRNE: ... ... ......supervisori t etroDJ. 1
tuu.tl'r with real tall! feath rs wa .iue gwiue:: How h'rl .! i'Iir..n oT.oc.iao anamg and" nil M 2J* Wo,*Bay stroot..1acilOAvUA. of addrw I 4 E EA
A cat soberly, her tail curled "But thee must be gwmo M.1'i, : nLLE.
bitting up I I'j. .__ J. D. BAHXIR,
II i St' AN lu-truttor T _
NVillw where. I I
rooud her wu another-Annie A." ..... laaul.r AiJ/, a
p LSK ... .. iupenfor1 __al, i4 t ,
llcVhlUou I b iD Yqutb'll \mlFJi( ) 'cu, Oi ltiJfJl Qi \-'V'IUlill i I" J

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; tfoptlal: lt1Y 'New- York TailorillgCoPopular all can farmers of ever these feel hope special that for the, and advantages Islands that the have American that-they had THE LESSON SUNDAY VI, FIRST QUARTER SCHUUL., INTER !iBr tll n' -

farmer should now be given a fair NATIONAL SERIES FEB. 6.

WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.GUY Price Tailors chance to supply the American markets --

I. I.METCALF -- with President sugar.and HERBERT Editor Willett MYRICK& Gray's, Ted ory of V e.the._...,_LeIl6OD 25. 26-GoWeP, Math. vi. 84-34-M.m-Test.. I Vet.H. r f\ Popular Dry Goods_ ,.

EDITOR AND MANAGER. Suits to order, $16 arid $20. Sugar Trade Journal. ,, 7 -Comm-try by the Be. D. I

gtearn. Jacksonville HorifjjJV J
[Continued in our next ] i ,

YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION Trousers to order .-- 24 "to man can serve two masters for >
$4 aQd $5.
$2 the
will hate the one and love
either he The Leading Dry Goodsi
A Palm Beach Privilege. and 1 !
.. other or else he will hold to the one :

Samples and Measuring Blanks PALM BEACH,FzAjan. 27, 189S. dopise and Mammon.the other." There Ye cannot are but serve two was'God in the State.

sent by mail. Editor Tuonan. 81:';: and satan, God the Father 1_

I I want to say a word about the won Sand Holy pint, who in Christ hut '
their love for us and t Clk 001 Stock The Newest .
derful collection of animal life in the manifested : The Largest _
with all we need here uuu.- "'
museum building, opposite the Palm lure to us, and the devil, who controls t, at the Lowest Prices. '; ;J

AMONG OUR CHURCHES 17 East Bay Street Beach Inn. The word "museum" is world and the Utah and seeks our veer r4f To all whom request we will send samples free of c .
of the
not good enough word for such a repository ruin, giving us u a bait some pll'un. -
PREPAY Express Charges on an -
-..,- ., ot lim for a season' The child ut hl
of the fauna of Florida. ; r4i the amount of Js.oo or over -
orders to ,
Time and received the Lord Jt* eo
Notices Place, Week-Day of Services and Sun-, Special 1O-1.J1 JACKSONVILLE, FLA. It is hard to relize that right Here, all kingdom Christ and, having being made In Iluuach,. when money accompanies the order. ::" :;

around us, in forest, and field, and lake and heir of God, Is expected, like Abw i Mail Order
day Meetings. Best Equipped Otta:5.Write ,
lik. The
for the city, "
and sea and, I may say, in sky, are living ham, to be looking ;
creatures we seldom see, Hones, to have respect unto the rvcom for Samples and Try it. \our Money Back if Good Art ht.j ;_- r
strange I
Beet-Sugar Factories. "
Episeopal pviees. pense of the reward and laying ui -
and of whose natures and modes of life trwisure in heaven and not on the cartn I Respectfully- ""

EPISCOPAL CHURCH [To the Editor of The Los Angeles Times.J] we know little or nothing. This thought affliction set on things above, not o..
-Bethesda ;
REV.J. N. MCLFOKD-by-the-Sea., Rector. We know of projected beet factories, stirs one as he stands in the rooms things on the Him earth who(CoL hath ill,called Y), ever us seekIng S COHEN BROTHERt
to please
REV.Service FlTZ-jAMES: HlNDkY, Ass't Minister. not schemes to influence farmers, but surrounded by Professor Cory's remark- 23. "Therefore I say unto you, TaKe ui

every Sunday morning at II o'clock bUrta fide enterprises, which annexation able treasure of the animal life of this thought for your life what ye shall eat o. : c
A launch
run :
regularly in connection,lean will shall drink nor for Uxiy POPULAR DRY GOODS HO102H97 \
ing West Palm Beach city dock at injure. Every patriotic American, region. whit ye yet your
for 1030.; Far And ubon simulated while widest what shall put on. Is not the life more ....
the round trip, 10 cents. including farmers especially, should sleep, '
than meat and the body than raiment Florida.
Sunday School at 3 p. m. make the utmost endeavor to prevent awake in the forests silently watchingand This wonderful, say unto you" is the : Jacksonville \

annexation. The beet-sugar industry is studying the habits of birds. And New Testament equivalent of "Thus Batt hall 4"-''',,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,4:: It'
BROTH KB HOOD OF ST. ASDREW-\leetil on too substantial a basis to be jeopardized Professor Cory must have been a most the Lord" and should carry with it <

the Second and Fourth Wednesday of each on for sentiment only. Every day patient and loving student of nature inthese weight, for there is in it all power. I ::{,,.
month. think will find it 14 times in this 1ttJ1'- \\"
L F. HINDKY,Director. brings new important additions to this wilds of Florida. you THEY SAY- That you should sot < '
W. F. ARMSTRONG mon, :t- )let
JR., Secretary. home industry. Six new factories I have seen most of the great aquainof 28. "Behold the fowls of the air, for ... ats in your fingers W '!J,..._-

building, five companies organized, andover the world, but nothing in them has they BOW not, neither do they reap, nor That happy home is an earthly ', like you see the rat.: -ac?
f I. E. Cbufeh, South. into barns Heavenly Father I des
gather yet your
twenty are in contemplation i in so oddly tilted my nerve-centres as these feedeth them. Are ye not much Utter heaven. I I That man is the 'oslji! / J111

Services will be held in the Knights of p"th.IalllaU various parts of the United States, including bizarre and beautiful fish. than they Are not five bparrow bold That it is easier to find fault than to mains of the post-glaad' the

-f on the First,Third and Fourth Sundays Salinas, Crockett, Hueneme, Such faces! palsied saints, harmless for 2 farthings, and not one of them is for rid of it. : -
each month get hare rtgtftJao
n a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Every Cal; Ogden. Utah; Binghampton, demonds, burlesque humanity! Such ttenbeoreGod?" (Luke xiI, 6.) He whogave That you
one cordially invited
to attend. "I was glad life will not withhold food for the That you should make up your mind own religion if it doallbehavior. std
when they said Buffalo, \Vatertown, Auburn Lyons, rustling protruding, goggling !
unto me, let us go into the house eyes will
He who made the
life, and body sure: out of good material. itkr
01 the Ix>rd." KJv.J. R. WILKEB, Pastor Y.; La Grande, Or.; Sandusky Toledo, And such bright ribboned frills, trans- supply raiment to clothe itIJo {a'v,1.e

0.; Bay City; Mich.; Richmond, Staun-i luscent anatomy, sunlit scales, mother who worry about these things remt'iiitxirthat That the most worshipped idol of toT hat building the Ec.|='; al

Evening Stag Lodge, NO. 46, ton, Va.; and Council Bluffs, Iowa. of-pearl fins, humming bird tails One they have a Father in heavenvtno day is the goddess on the dollar. was just wasting heaped] ::: 5"ail!

Knights of Pythias, Within five years a hundred beet-sug ar asks himself, ':ire these things intermediate spared not HU own ion, but delivered HUll That the electric wires are the only stones. --. --,
up for us all Sow shall lie not with ; \
Meets evety Friday Klghtat7Mop.ra.standar factories should be in operation.The links of life connecting a strange Him also freely give us all things? (Row live things in Philadelphia.That That, nowadays, to t+sji..;'-';';

lime. Visiting brothers cordially invited. annexationists pretention that past with a yet stranger future in our Tiii, 32.) the best nets to use in fishing for IS, get out of a job. & ::1
Castle Hall over Public School 27. "Which of by taking thoagnt
Building projected beet sugar factories a-e only comic economy? you American heiresses coronets.That .
and "
That water
M. E. GRCBEB,C. C. can add one cubit unto his stature? 'HI soap -1>1
W. I.. WIDMEVER, K. of R. & S. 2-4-!)7 schemes to influence farmers to oppose And these coiling reptiles; and this can neither add one inch to our heijr.u you are never above suspicion, a man to lose a good tettf!'f h
annexation is as baseless as it is ridicul latent living savagery embodied in I nor a moment; to our life but by the Will :; :.
no matter how high you get. That have no rigbtii..f
ous. Men are not investing hundredsof panther, bear and wildcat, are all thesein of God. We are wholly dependent upou you :

FUN AND FACTS. thousands of dollars to merely induce the department ot our good, loving Him for everything, just as much a; tho That women have begun to learn how yon are dead-and teesitn a
hints and bcasU and fishes tlowcn and
anybody. On the contrary, the fear God, the God of ur churches, and our plants and trtvs. He is the God, in who to sharpen pencils; That, next to the fuotitjjfc .t

Witty Sayings IfttuapuSid With that annexation might possibly prevail, religious literature, and our spirituallife hand our breath is, and w hose are all our That the next thing you know they earthly independence. jjj'ijb'

Business Bargains. is seriously irlerfering"ith the prompt ? Yea verily. And so we proceed to ways. He opens His hand and&atiaQca; will be able to throw stones. That in life insurancepijt-f a .0 i

-- development of numerous bet-su gar adjust our thought to all the wide circleof the desire of every living thing, That honesty seems to have become the game for some one..:-.ti:
2 s. "And why take ye thought for tai : fi
SALE-Fine Oak Bedroom Suite and cane-sugar propositions. Amongthe nature's facts. We rise to a broadergeneration. menU Consider the lilies of the field howthey one of the lost arts. That immortality is thIlWllc

Grant M. Sherbon. projected beet-sugar factories that This museum is a sort of a grow; they toil not, neither do tmyspin. That our headquarters is a sanctum for follv. -'fl>

New Belts at Anthony Bros. are burro fide propositions and that will Dh-inn Contedia in the animal kingdomof ." They are simply pleural and Ia-- f-. c'
tug well rooted they grow. Thus if w o but our wives are spanktum. That immortality never I bt f
doubtless be built in Florida. It leads
1898 is, first, the us through the pre -"- -
Fancy Apples and Oranges at Clem nrwill but abide in quietness, and, like the That the Boston girl is the one to '" t
That doctor ha]
looo-ton at and the might
which of a
atis Avenue Supply Store. alone gatory paradise such a life.We plants, trust the husbandman's care 11" ".
quires nearly four hundred carloads of see not only what to us is revolting, will see to it that our clothing shall Uo breeze to every time. froma man but he con UI

"How?" -Me long? did It it wasn't late you three to learn days the before bicycle 1 1- machinery, involving over f 100,000 for selfish, crafty and cruel, but we see also Him honor. That the gospel train carries no second- jaw from a woman. t'' gr

could Journal lie ait fast as any of them -Indiana pets freight alone. Ol other enterprises in the tender, material instincts, the kindly Just to let thy Father do what He will class coaches. That theology is a attar
Just to know that He is true and be still,
California you are doubtless well in beautiful, convercing and brotherhood JuJu st to follow hour by hour as He k-adeth. That some men and truth seem to have ing how much you know ,1

P Dont forget J. F. OLIVER'S when formed. Contracts have just been instincts. st to draw the moment's power as it ncedeth. been lone since divorced. the t

you want Fancy Groceries. closed for a large factory at Ogden, This collection of life is really a conservatoire 29. "And yet I say unto you that even That sorer yourtlmltyou t
Solomon in all his glory was not arrare.ilike That a man that don't believe in what want to swallow .a .
if-- New line Utah, and for another Utah for in the department of whichit
children's shoes factory "
at of these. His he can't had better
Anthony one glory was all pus see touch a live That would lit I
& Miller's. parties represented by Dr. Beaty of treats. It is an educator and a mental on, but the lily's glory is port of itsoltOur wire. some people

Salt Lake City. Capitalists interestedin and moral stimulator. It reminds Lord Himself is the true Lily of the think that, if they took d J, :,

letgb Jeems-Did explain what Miss they Higbbloom were up and to Mr.when Rash- the Standard Cattle Company plan that there are "more things in beau en usvalley.. His glory was in Him and she:' < That the rascal is the oie to suffer you could see their wings. -

saw DtoemXo them on the piazza last night you for a looo-ton factory at Ames, Neb: and earth than our philosophy hath out through. We Him in all His words uuudeivls. most from his own rascalitv. That fools rush in where I .'
; they were very close mouthed may put on that which to some
Boston capitalists expect to close this dreamed of." may seem very beautiful, but the Lord That "The Heavenly Twins" are not tread, but angels would bel! .

Finest Creamery Butter and test week for a large plant near Fremont Charles Kingsley in his "Glaucns"spea looketh upon the heart, and the thread of the sequel to "The Angel's Courtship." come, generally :;_

Supply Cheese Store.in town at Clematis Avenue Neb., and are likely to build also at s of the choice delight b: finding the this heart whole that sermon is right is reality with,God.the reality of That Glen Strohm intends to get rid I That there is always troabIt -;-.---

Spokane, Wash., and in Southern Wisconsin a new species of animal life, and ruscu- "Wherefore: if God bo clothe the of all his ideals by marring one of them. I gage room when an eleptai\ : '

Send tor Butterick Pattern Sheets to The Northwestern Beet-Sugar ing, as it were, "one more thought of grass of the field, which today is and t oThat some jokes trunk there to be checked. :-
Mrs. M. Macdonald, Agent, Jackson Company will build at Merrillon Wis.; the Divine mind from Hela and the morrow is cast into the oven, shall He not are so good we laugh t
yule, Fla. Sandusky O. is realms of the unknown much more clothe you, 0 ye of little every time we see them. That the way most has'1 (;:
practically assured of a the unclassified "
---- faith? If He clothe the perishable Uo wThat it is mize is to do away with tU :.
never so dark but what .
"Hi'W vastly factory, and Toledo the uncomprehended." we
easier it is, bitterly coot capitalists have ers, how much more will He clothe man,
the ton.man"to get who work had walked before election back from Wahl practically concluded arrangements for One, by sympathy, shares in this delight whom lIe has redeemed by His prwiom cat get darker. I That the receiver is gette4

work aftrr-IDdianIPOlisJournal than to gel one in that region. New York State in seeing the strange forms of life blood! He has, by a sacrifice indescribably That when you are on your back in the I as the original general muuj* :J :

Order your new spring suit of has had a remarkable season for beets, in this most interesting collection, and for great, provided redemption clothing cellar you can't get much lower. I i I That each new art learned .*;'5>.:
Antbou} every penitent sinner, just as when tho
& Miller reporting an average of 17 per cent imagines the thrill of Professor Cory in : Lord God made unto Adam and to his That Sam Happer<*tt's most brilliant window to your mind. ; ;;

sugar of 83 purity, of 425 farms. The discovering new and rare species in I wife coats of skins and clothed them (Gen act is lighting the lamps. ,! That women move in tat t '
class workmen and jewelry, and repairing guaranteed by,first at factory at Rome N. Y.. will be enlarged forest, and everglade, and on the wild the iii, 11)temporary). How much clothing more needed v ill He by pn these>\"iila That love levels everything, generally, ,:l; ous ways and wonders do perfsSgf

Idner & Son's. and is contracting for 6000 acres of sea-shore of our semi-tropical peninsula.This bodies! except the head. That a man generally die 6dt :1:

beets; factories are projected at Bing letter is not an advertisement 31. "Therefore take
no thought
sari That
Harry: 1 don't want to wash g. and babies both widow does. %
GrandmotherVhv?you I've washed my f.'e.face" hampton Batavia, Jamestown, while nor does Professor Cory know anything What shall we eat, or what shall we drin*. grow j-
three time a day ever my or wherewithal shall larger by nursing. That about the time a da1*_&
since I was a lit'le girl. man other places about it. It is the we clothed
are striving to partial impression of
r Til-ils Harry: Yes, and just see how it's shrun..."- get Worry not in your heart nor give uttcrancu That some of our legislators he ought to know something, *W"-
factories. I look for at least two large; what I have often felt about this museum, to lookedupon -
your thoughts Fret -
is ;
-- a command their old to learn -
S r factories to be built in New York and is written found three morning cocktail as a cons t- "";
Irish Potatoes best in the market, at State altogether con amore, and times in Ps. xxxvii, 1, 7, I!. tutional t-
, Clematis Avenue Supply Store. in season for the 1898 crop; two large from a spontaneous impulse alongside of "Trust in the Lord and do amendment. That some Texas railroad terns i

Residents along the Lake will find it enterprises are under way at Richmond, I regard this museum as one of the good verily; ho thou shall shall thou be dwell fl'li" in In the Phil.land iv.,and U That we can all stand corns on anothernlan's so slow no one but a Pbilad t::

to their interest and convenience to patronize Va, and one of these has practically clustering priviledges of our Palm Beach it is, "Be carvlul (or anxious) for noth foot. yet can make out their 1 time II\Ii\ t

James Bird, the Ice closed -ts contracts for more life. Yours truly ing." Dr. Weston That short horses are
man, who will machinery. says: "Anxiety for the generally the That bachelorhood U tfc -\:
deliver ice regularly by boat. There are hundreds of localities still all j. S. JICLFORD. things of this life isurrmealttyand profit best for long runs. aUf*'''' ,
>>'". God knows, and liar loves." that man was ever cored .:
A Kansas editor over the country that are anxious --- lIe That a fair exchange is "
is very ptmilof to se -s-- will no robbery d
in hU home. a new baby provide, for His name is Jehovah- mon).
He remarks
: "We would not cure sugar factories, and which be jireh Gen. unless it is a church fair. "
take xxii "
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I I' fgowcash for this one, aid would may My Cousin Jane margin). cIaI' :
give 50 cents for not able to do 32. For That this That you are only a little i +
another. so another year, but we feel : ( after all these things do the though a very healthy coo n'

"\1ci Kid" footwear at that the above exhibit of new factories [Written for THE TROPICAL\.| gentiles knovveth seek), for your Heavenly Father] try, has no angel Gabriel. beach at low tide. '- ;'j:
Miller's. Anthony practically assured, besides those in .lory' to God resumed he things." Leave that ye all have need of all tht..., That some of our jokes ought to I be That more people are sot W* -
___. worry and
care totho-o
--- California, is a remarkable one, and And Ms eyes smiled for'iltory. who have no Father in heaven but printed on thin paper so you could stones in running brooks tin **_
Valentines-Fine O'er his own team that tru>t see
& Sons. and Comic, at Idnei were it not for the Hawaiian uncertainty _ I could HIT.N children thou in God. It would grieve us if our thruugh them. mons in books. 1;: -

several other factory projects would seemed worried and anxious lest That if some men were half That not being able to rt'ai i M
hen the purple bell of heath I we might not feed and as big as
A clothe
policemen them
he bad taken any was steps asked by by way a coroner of at.empttc whethei have been under way ere this. The Have been srorohi-dby the Mummer's breath, still more so if they should go toothers and cur they feel, how crowded this town would ought to be a crime anyw&at iff. ;

I' resunciate held. a man on whom an inquest was being agricultural journals under my direction A 11,1110 I'lIlbrowned by early frost. these things, for which they should look to be. country. .;
"\....." said the constable. "I searched his including Orange Judd That all their nathe hue !liwt us 3d.alone."But That what the conductor takes is nothing That sonic men act as if tkfj -c'
pocket eCSew The wools that skirt lil'rclMllthe seek ye first the
moon kingdom
Chicago, American of If
of than
Agriculturist God more fare, that tbej
and His
; Turn-t hem to tiny tumpeterand ; righteousness, and all these any way. by becoming
I. WANTED TO PURCHASE FLORIDA York, and New England Homestead of .\ the sound from these alone things shall he aUdwi unto you." If I'u' !_ That all some detectives seem to want prime rights to bold otfice.

I'' PROPERTY.-Persons owning farms or Springfield, Mass., and also our semi- Oh'en to the wind a xi'ccml tone. derstand this, it means that having bminw: to arrest is the attention of the

winter homes, send fall description and monthly Farm and Home reaches over dot in the H|>rng! when freshly blow u. an heir of God through faith in Christ public. That when you want uj d1J'q f

price Ohio.to J. V. Bond, Box 181, Dayton, five hundred thousand farmers directly, Nor HumuitT wearing beauty's crown. to we hasten are to make it our one great busin.-s, -e.-- I done, it is always best to pt .-
with subtle His kingdom and W. C. T. D.
sweet fragrance the
and nearly two million farmers in weighted clown He shall rvign in u]hen else to do it. .
An make righti-ousmss ..
they mu-iv of their --
No need to send own: by letting '- --
boats away from home for directly. We have abundant evidence But when all lo.elmr has fled Him use us a.lIe may plane for Edior TKOPICAL Sea: -
when any -
I any build Capt. A. T. Rose can that the vast majority of these farmers .toddark tbe lty lilt"",, overhead, manner of service In the matter of mak Lug: Th- Florida
you one as fine or as cheap as nUll known to all the W. C T. Uwill .
yon anti of farmers And loud the winters rearing tread world. When convene -
want. See him, and place 'ourorder. generally and ant tedl}' dividual believers t. its fifteenth --O3STLUMBER
) and .. annual
'Tis i chun-hes
-- -- then their mini'c loire is heard and meeting at Sanford -
Wife -'That support our position, that the most pro- day schools live not for their ; February
policeman on our beat is as Chanting a strata thal'i shrill and weird. but own ben e6f 24 to zStb.
good as gold.IlusbandThat's. found and disinterested reasons of A* with the heath 111'1110 with UK, to obey the great commission As this is a central" [ ;
Math. point it is ,
financial more of your ignorance national welfare are alone abundantly Slimmer has flown mid piteous. Iii,. 47 xxviii 19, 20: Mark xvi, 15; LUk,. hoped that each earnestly
question. He's then local
only we shall
Detroit Free I'rrss. a copper. sufficient to defeat annexation in addition Stern u inter stares us In the face. abundance of sue Hi; eacc: ding daily branchwill be
'Tw I itt It nun us.but want the blessing in every nOl : repieseuted.
tpace.And ,
to these TLe farmers way
New things in Neckwear at Anthony a- the trait moor flutter at last I : Make Delegates are urged to he SHINGLES[
& feel that annexation would seriously interfere l'oui thou His service thy delight the present at
Miller's. out its song upon the blunt, He'll make thy wants HIS opening exercise on the I ILArn
with their interests in the beet- KrrouiiN head w bile cium* (low u Hit, 34. "Take therefore care. the 24th, evening of
Souvenir jewelry, shells and curios,, at sugar industry of the West and North, To title for aye m ilntzllng atilt morrow, for the no thought for the J. GLENN, ET
Uner & Son's. So."t'r chill iiuiuUui: Mleiicecome. thought for morrow shall take Rec. ,
and the the
cane-sugar industry of the things of itaelf. .> -
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Our I'irttb..t hall I'.t IxfiidumhMiall. unto the lent -
ItUcr*-Isceby a fashonitcm in this South and Southwest. We feel that day IS the evil thereof." i
paper .
s\t nvwl by tOlll'lllhat"lI The WANTED
that shirt buMims are to IT made fhorter. Infinite, thoughts of lost lexsonon TO CONTRACT riI
Brooks-'that's a good thing I have often this reason is alo.ie sufficient to defeat King out Its Borrow and delight. S. day are appropriate here living by the cords 4 ft. wood, both tnrpooT 1,000 We ea: Cooke you latNt

Chicago thought you Tribune.wore your shirt buMim too long.c' .- annexation, but we advance it only in -- -.- -- at say tomorrow we will aI.o.do thus We are not I I split green pine price |lightwood i.oo and and V O. U yourtallonWrite s'.
but if the and 100 per cord f f i
addition to the otherdlhty Frank Idner has his Lord will we shall o. b. cars within 50 fie
For argu acetylene gas machine this that dllw West ; 40 miles of lur an theta roc? .
Airy Rooms, Clean Beds and or (Jas, h' ethand Palm Fich. u> *
a 13 .
ments and facts forth l5)) ., Address
put by our ablest in "I'orkinorder el
Good Table now and o to arl' Worth -Lake
be sure to stop at the New had borrow tum01 Ice"UII It Mater
rptt''s West
Seminole Hotel, Geo. Zapf, Manager statesmen, students and men of affairs. their More lit up with it Tuesday nightfor today live unto Il ". qUletnc..o cares, but jwt Florida. Palm Beach, Building

Open all the year. Our farmers are sick of having the the first time. The light is bright contldellce" (I'I, 15)? "Doing AIId!I.s in tf.

Boat building done right at home, in Hawaiian Sugar Trust draw what erne and steady and Frank claims it is easy ca..ion(I serve.. X. 7))thin. for God ij with thee"dUll. oc To Lei Builders Supply Co,

the most tically amounts to a bounty of millionsof to make cheap in a glass
approved jar
manner, good workmanship no complicated : Strength for today is A five-room
and at living prices. Call on dollars annually, amounting to the or big amount of machinery to all we need. for the!'" the furnished cottage; to let for St. Augustine 1'lIida.01 .
being Tomorrrroowaha morrow, WInter.
Capt. A. T. Rose. time il pro e Nicely located -
present to nearly 175,000,000. Out required but lUIuther one block -
from '
Iii m8iilue of toter, ., the :
JeT) Ql' IIOrnIw. I box passenger depot. Inquire Gf Lainhart&P

IzsVest Palm Beach. .
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