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 10, 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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474 Mb. Edith Hunter 40 (H) .
.. -- -- wishing to be near his work -- -
475 Mamie M. May 40 00
Iq.iarUttdl& .f the Bard F.r the Month 476 Addle Lee Da nion 4O 00 People a* hey Come and -People You Interesting Items Gathered by Our Scribes Scraps of Sews About This and Thai tod

.f February. I Miy or May Not Know. Throughout the County. Thos. G. Speed, the colored foremanat Different Things.

_. I Superintendents was accepted.On 4 the L W. F. Co's plantation is rejoicing ..
report -- -- - -

Regular meeting of the board held motion Capt. J. A. Armour is retained County Commissioner W. S. Tacre HYPOLUXO: H4PPEXINGS. over the addition of a girl to his Valentines.-Valentines at AnthonyBros.

Turtdajr; presentV.. 1, Widmeyer J.W !, as supervisor, inasmuch as no specific of Hobe Sound, spent the best part of --- family, the little one having arrived *

Jackson, J. W. Comstock and Z. T. charge was made. On motion the Monday and Tuesday in town on Couuty Sunday night. _
Prof. Berk of call
Boynton, gave us a
Last Arbor order
Merrill, Sec Minutes of last meeting Board agreed to sustain their act business. Friday. Friday was Day by
Tramps are calling at the different
of Bloxham but has
read and The f Goy. no report
approved. Superintendent ion in the Leesville-Jupiter change of
residences around here for meals quite
submitted the following report: teachers. Salary of Superintendent Wilbur Hendrickson. who has been W. P- Carroll made a trip to Palm been received of any special exercises
often but few of them willingto
now, seem
All the school houses in the county with fixed for the year at $50.00 per month. spending the east summer with his Beach Monday on business the schools in this vicinity.Our .
workVe always head them towards
their furniture are insured, except the The following warrants were issued today mother and sisters in Ohio, arrived backon < -
We rather own more than we claim town in hope that the Marshal Jupiter readers will probably be
bones at Lantana and Elliott Key. Total : the Lake last Friday nightL.
thau to claim more than we own. and Mayor will get to interview them to interested in a letter from Col. R. W.
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amount insurance in round num.ra hCO Cllaton Gunb.v, painting Lemon
l a- it f6,6no exclusive oT the West Ctjr house and setting up Keats... $ 73 00 A. Wilson has moved his shoe shop the benefit of the city streets.C. Davis, our representative in Congress

MiOH .\. F. Uui nby, recordingdeed 1-10 over to the store on Olive Street adjoining ill were blessed with a good lain last that appears in our editorial columns
Pales Beach school house which divided
was 861 F. WHahn.cutting and putting the Beehive, and the old buildinghas week that made all crops look better. I. Cragin, wife and party, arrived

as directed. lu doo' Xo. 20 .................. ........ t t 00 -- -- -- from the North last Thursday night and Commodore C. J. Clark's steam yacht

Visited schools at Everglade Cocoa M'i: .\. E. Iley'ser.'urtatns.etc........ 4 35: been moved back off of the street. Capt. \V. II. Moore and wife went to were brought up by the steamer Lake Alma has been cruising around the Lake
'IllS Dotpb Fountain wood. No. 1.5 1 00Ki4
Plum CrttoanutGrnveand found excel- Tlum, Kane it Co.. Furniture... 270 23 Miss Katy Pritchard. one of Titusville's Palm Beach Monday on launch Victor. Worth to Reve d'Ete Mr. Cragin's fine the past week preparatory to taking a
flit work being done also visited Cutler winter residence north of Lake
Evans just more extended cruise later in the
h 6S Walker. & CojfwellCo., most estimable and charming

school in company with the chairman, : warrant book................................ 6 75Hod young ladies, arrived in town Mondayand Master Ralph Harper is sporting a Worth, where they are now pleasantly season ---
IH. J. W.Jackson; both of us were well E. V. Blackmai. ,fixing door Xo. new red express wagon, of which he is located for the remainder of the season.

pleased with the progress in the school. I t H..... ... ........ ..... ......................... 2 3HtH Gruber's.is visiting at her friend, Mrs. M. E. proud. ._ Rev. A. M. Fontaine is here now to
Cb..t HarDey,inaur.iuce. No.3 21 75 -.- remain for some time so till further
houses the
All the county are kept in
Ordered isd'J F. T. Budge, heater and pipes 9 7 50 Marvin Pope who has ben employedat Crops are doing well and some tomatoes UNION LOCALS. notice there will be Morning Mass at St.
a neat manner. some repairsat
K70 K. U. .Franu netting desks
Jupiter that were needed. The schoolhouse aud wood So 7... .... .......up........ ..... 2 50 Henry Eggers in Miami for sometime are yet being set and watermelons Ann's at 7.30 a. m. every day and the

at Lemon City has been completed, lot 11 l!:. (:I. Pub. Co.. notice for bids. arrived home at his guardian's, planted. __ S. J Lane went to West Palm Beach regular services at the usual times every

paid for and turned over to me, also Xo. 8............................................... 1 20 Capt. J. R. Anthony's, in this, city yes Messrs. Grant and Smith got some Sunday. -- Sunday.The .
"72 U. S. Fur.TjgloSeuuJ; dicta's 7S 70 and will remain here
check are presented showing that the K73' J. W. Jackson IU, and per d.._.. 17 00 terday, peiman- good returns for beans last week, they L. G. Lyman went to Juno Monday on steamer Eclipse took a good load

five hundred dollars intrusted to my M74 J. W. CUllllltt"Ii" 2 60 ently hereafter. net $5 32 a crate.J. .:-- business. of passengers to Juno Monday it being

care bat been paid by me to the parties 473: W. L. \\ Uu,eyer rer d. Jan. and We under obligations to G. W W. Porter continues to ship bananas Court Rule Day, and kiudly waited for
rvb.. ....... ............. ... .................... 400 are William Staring of)Miami spent Sat-
entitled to it. The house has been h77 Z. T. Merritt, po>tate, telegrams. Calkins, Esq., of Los Angeles, Cal., for by the boat load to the merchants at urd.lyhere. them till they were through with their

painted as ordered. I ordered four sets and incidentals. ..... ...... .......... ..... 5 !52 California papers Mr. Calkins is rusticating West Palm Beach. business and then brought them back

of Cations charts which with the globes K7tt ttalary for Jao...... ..... ... :>0 00 with Capt. Hall on the Kirkwood J. C. Holly, of Hillsboro, was here home. ----

ordered last month will place a chart x.11'1 M. E Gruber,ouppllesNoa.W.P.B.12 15-5; 3 s3N79DIml.k&Hlibhuusestoves 23 place at Lake Worth, and is much The Scotia Farm is shipping cabbage Wednesday on business. The steamer Delia holding out at

and in each house cauliflower, etc. also the Ken-
globe dictionary with this section.Mr. turnips -
10 55 pleased this end of the route rounding
KKO E. It. l>lmli-k book I'Oor lol'ople now, up
owned by the Board. The Caxton Company ton Farm continues to ship cabbage. J. II. Moore, of Boca Ratone, was
Financial report of the Dade County and Mrs. F. Koewing of Greater freight and passengers; for the st am-(
made of -- here :Monday for supplies.
me a a
present Neely'sneap School Board for Jan. 1898. boat line and holding herself' in readiness -
New York, who have been pleasantly his ,
of the U. S., and a small map of Geo. Smith is at home again with .--- ..
-- c spending the past two weeks with their for Brinson of Brin.son Ga. here to go to the assistance of the SL
Ctba, both ol which are at the disposalof ITEMIZED RECUPTH: parents. lie has been working C. S. was .

the Board. I have on hand two dictitmaries Jan. 1 Cash OD baud..S 26< 01 friend, J. W. Comstock, at his Dixie B. Cory on his house boat for the past Wednesday looking alter his land in Sebastian in case of necessity.

7 J. ll. Whlillelol redemption bungalow, left for their northern home year.J. terests. --- ----

to be sent where needed. The laX certs............. ............ H OUH Monday morning. They talked some of -- Tourists are coming in rapid'y! now in

globes have been forwarded to the various T. J. Harder taxeH........... 21H JO coming down again w'hen the pineappleswere M. Harper, John F. Griffith, Tbos. Several of our prominent citizens increasing numbers. The rush has been

schools, u ordered at last meeting.I .. poll..... ......... U (10 ripe. J. Brown and Mrs. C. W. Pierce were went to Hjpoluxo Saturday to attend so great that one of our hotels his hadto
scat to Jupiter and took posession of Total.........................$i!66 t 30 A W. Buie the genial Superintendent passengers on the launch Victor S tur- the Hjpoluxo ball. turn guests away already, and anotherone
the school property(which delivered Capt. dato Palm Beach. -- ---- has had to use cots even in the
of the Indian River and Bay I
under protest) and placed Miss Sanders ITEMIZED tXPEMUTlRks: Lyuian & Co. have commenced parlor to keep from turning guests

inctuige of the school. The partiesprtlt'Dtrd INC1 "*1. Jean:tte ObencUain salary Biscayne Inland Navigation Co., spent Messrs. Geo. C. Sanderson and R. A. clearing the land for their ntw store on away. _

second ..uOl.tb.10 00 two or three days on the Lake this week Green here Friday distributing h
passed through
me a petition asking that a .. .. the corner of. Aitkfcn St. and Atlantic
third mouth 40 OO interests of his The assessed valuation of real and personal -
after the company -
looking stencils for commission housesin Aw.
change of supervisor be made at that ..
J. t. HarrU ......... 40 00 in the United States for
is old timer in
The Captain an
and Cincinnati.
place On my return home I found a 7 W. J. Shone repairs C<>- Philadelphia
letter from State Superintendent Sheats, Jan cuanutirove No.2...... '.I 1"A Indian River transportation business,anda F L. Harney and Mr. Richards of i&So was $25.J73.173.418, as against

asking for papers in the Jupiter appeal .. .. .. W. l.arnett rent....... 23 (M) general all round hustler. Capt Fred Voss towed a lighter load Palm Beech, returned home Wednesdayafter 7.i39i903,495 for 1880. Of this amount
.. J. W.Jai-kHm frtou Mure 12 21 Cham Florida is credited with 191,761,711 for
24 of barrels West Palm Beach Monday; a few days sit with James
case, which I forwarded to him at once. Wilbur Bingham arrived back from
21 00 i
SO J. X t.autier bers.! 1890 as against $30,938,309, for the year
luck Fred 1 will
The substance of the decision is as follows .. 31 Z.T Merritt .. 7 CO Cleveland Friday and is again with his with good come out -.- 1880.

: The State Board first sustained Jan. 4 Itli" *. tel'maautl stamps :i o5; brother O. I>. Bingham. at Figulus.Dr. right if he does not catch any more

Capt. Armour's Action. Second; sus- .. .. Sterling & ituswell Brooms W) White, who is one of the party, re- turtle. Wreck_at.Hypoluxo... The I. O. O. F. of this city sent a large
d. 17 00
Jackson m aot11It'r.
tained the action of the County Board. .. .. J.V.J VV ( oinvtoi'k 2 00 turned on the steamer St. Sebastian last The dance in South Hypoluxo last Word was received in this city Friday delegation of their officers and membersto

Third; But thinks it is for the best interest .. Z T Merritt salary lor Dee.. 41 (Hi Saturday night from his trip around the Saturday night wasa great success, kts List that a vessel had been wrecked Miami last Saturday night to assist in

ol all concerned, as the patrons .. .. P w King wood and haul- lower end of the State, having gone of amusement for the young people and down the beach at and instituting a lodge of the order in that

iugde .* So. 12............. 5 -:, and returned via on Hpoluxo a splendid time and a
have changed their sentiments that via Miami to Key West some of the older ones did not hesitateto this proved to be true. city. They report

Mrs Hobbs be allowed to finish her .26: 37 Tampa and Titusville. t.ke part. Our correspondent there informed us very promising! lodge started in our

the BtCAPlTl'LATION.Total --- Southern cityLorrilard'shouse
term at Jupiter and recommends m-eli'tt....................................t-tt5 3 NVehearof a new and paying enter- that the bark Lofthus- an iron bull Norwegian -

same. Received a communication from I. Total exiK-nditures. .... .................... 2U5 i>7 One of Brooklyn's oldest and most prise over on the canal. One man furnishes vessel came ashore at nearly the boat, Caiman, after

lira H. Muster chairman and A. M. li.il.iuce on hand.. .... ...................... 43 successful physicians is Doctor J. B. the land and traps and the other Kline place that the Oh-Kim-Soon did just spending a few days at Jupiter, came
Magill, secretary of a meeting held at Elliott! who is making a lengthy sojourn one down through the canal Monday and
Chairman. man catches the animals-'possums year ago.
Jupiter to elect a supervisor. A majority J. W. JACKSON at the Palm Beach Inn. He has
coons, cats, etc., and they sell the hides The bark was in charge of Capt. O. anchored in the Lake opposite! the
favored the appointment of EdwardB. Z. T. MBRRITT, Superintendent. been in practice in that city for half a
but we did not learn who did the ex Andersen and was loaded with lumber Royal Poinciana. This is the first trip
King. I notified them that there was --- his office being on Clinton: ave-
century tracting.Wacknowlege. that had been shipped from Pensacolato this boat ever made to the Lake although -

DO vacancy in the office as )'et. I here P. I. Y. C. nue. The doctor although seventy- Buenos Ayres, Argentine Republic. it has been a regular winter"visitor -

withpresent both I tenderedMrs. eight of age indulges in a bath in \ the reciept of some
papers years Being loaded the vessel! did not get on Indian River for quite a numberof
Hobbs the Leesville school but The fifth race of the P. I. Y. C. sailed the surf every pleasant morning, and is sugar beet seed we obtained through
in quite as near the shore as the Oh- >ears. Th. canal being now open,
afternoon in a heavy wind and athletic for of his THE TROPICAl. SUN which we will plant
have never heard from her II. B. My- Monday otherwise very one Kuii Soon but hit the reel about two gave it an pportunity of visiting this

ers 01 Biscayne filed a letter with me, rough sea, from the north. The weather years and is even thinking ol riding a and give a trial to ascertain whether or hundred, and fifty or three hundred feet section and it will possibly take in the

which I present asking that he be allowed wafine and quite a crowd of ladies and wheel. lIe i is more than delighted with not they will grow here to perfection.We from shore and in spite! of all the efforts Bay also before returning up the river.

to send his daughter; to the Lemon gentlemen came down to witness the this section and promises to send all his I are not depending on this entirely of the crew, stuck ther-

city school, as he wishes to keep her race from the starting pointon Maddock patients here to be cured by our delight-I for something sweet as we have sugarcane The sea was so rough that no life boat Services at the Congregational ChurchSunday

with him at his place of business I & Matham's whart. ful climate and ozouic atmo:> plantedThe
could get out to the vessel although the as usual. Sunday School at 10
The water was too rough for the small doctor is a direct lineal decendant I
granted to
request subject your appro- made several times and
fate of the wrecked bark Lofthushas attempt was a. m.; preaching at u a. m. Subject of
\al. The following warrants were issued Uiats in the third class and previous engagements the apostle Elliott the missionary to the i
neither could line asho
been confirmed. The underwriters they get a e, so sermon : "Obedience to God's Com-
kept some of the larger Indians :
during the month: follows __ arrived here Monday morning and the finally'! the! mate and several of the crew mands the Natural Outgrowth\ of Love
Time was as
1 n:>H Z. T. lien-lit freight on globe boats from entering We were pleased 10 note last week the sailors begun to strip her of her rigging.She took their chances end\, by aid of life for him." Christian Endeavor Serviceat

i and diction*!**......... ..............$ s L".i
l M\I.: .. M various school 2 2'J4it arrival in our midst of Mrs. Harriet Hill has on her, thitty thousand dollars pre.ierxers, managed to reach the shore 6.30 p. m.. led by A P. Anthony.

.: Ur' u..... Ljman. Tcai-lici. FIRST-CLASS CA rs. 1 of Philadelphia, mother of Mrs. L. \\'. worth of lumber. She is insured for wtlu.ut any serious mishaps Subject : "Called To what ? How?"

l..r thirl mouth. .......................... 4O on START FIN'H TIME Burkhardt. This is Mrd. Hill's hird tiiirtj-five thousand dollars. The deck Telegrams: were sent to the CustomHouse Isaiah 6, 1-8. Evening worship at 7.30.

:,. 445: Addle Ire liamun -.. -III Is i4IA Martha J 04 28 4 29 25 24 57 visit to this section. To the many friends load has been throw overboard and at Key West and to the underwriters Subject of discourse : "Elijah under the
\da F. : :i4111
15 19 00 and acquaintances who were disappointed drifted ashore. There are sixteen men, reporting the wreck. Juniper Tree." All are cordially in.
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447 \11I) M. Mann 4O on Drucie 3 04 15
44. Mr. EdithIOalrr; 40 (Hi) to hear of her inability to visit here one cat and one dog on board. Cfcptam Andersen said that late Thursday vited to attend these services, especially -

4I'J tuift-ur l...r 40 on4.Vi SIIARl'm CLASS. last winter, it will be a source of satisfaction -e- night no land was in sight and he strangers.

U. E. Donald 3ii 1111' to meet again this estimable lady. lays his striking the reef Friday morning
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Gadabout 55
411: tank 11 111'1100141"0 (HI withdrew I Mrs. Hill is a fine old English I lady of I.UGJ1.mTTERIGS.: to the heavy current that was run- The services at the Congregational
4.12: 1tau,1t-.. 40 (HI) N.nene 2 55 23 I
the I the old school, whose charming presence -- jug having drifted him out of his Church last Sunday were renderedmore
in calculating
431 In-ueKUUnU 4O (HIW ) Owing to an error
The schooner "Siren"
wins yacht was out attractive than usual both morn-
: J. E Jonn 40 (HI) the Narene fouled l..e first I and agreeable course
414 \\' A || ||,,|,|M 40 III! distance her her for her the kindliest feelings and the on the ways at the Point last week for The citizens in the neighborhood of ing and evening by the singing of Mrs.
it coating
in rounding i
17011 LIIa! llUn..rj', 40 (Ml buoy had already : sincere admiration of all who are so for painting and repairing.The the wreck all turned out to do what they Chas. Legare Mahon, of Washington,

. 457 Aside K (i. Mrlrallf 4O (HI place in the race. She Gaila- I tunate as to form her acquaii.tance. could but fortunately their:-eniccs'er I D. C., which was highly appreciated by f
, 4*>" .\n>,k> h UichtlM>urne 4o 01]) gained over one minute on the Steamer Se lastian on its first trip
Hill is loud in her praise of not iiefdcd. I the good sized congregations that were
45S: .t. ,:. LlKbtbournr.Jr 4t (HI b nut and contiuueil over the course to down the Lake honored both Riviera
4 Iill L. I". kl.lurr 40 (HI) time "beautiful Lake Worth," she having I Captains monbnch and Muller, theundenlriters in attendance at both services. The
.. home stake making one and Mangojia by stopping at both
4)>1 It.... torn) 40 1.11 spent a season in California and trav- places. came down Sunday and, sermon in the evening by the pastorwas
4 til: Mr. (. t*. 40 (Hi 1 around then withdrew.
Mppbem |I elled much on the continent declaresno after saving at M. B. L'man's over not only a fine discourse, but one
the catboat race.The
4tt.1 JvaoutttpOU-aclikin. 4o 4111 The Drucie won
restful and inviting as this The be ni1'ht.er taken by him over to view I that undoubtedly did much good. This
4(14 Mr.. X. I, Jad.IIOO 40 (Ml next race of the dub will be heldSaturday place so steamer! Eclipse seems to busy

445 JoLuS. tl..,U .. 40 (Ml4'W aft:rnclu at two o'clock-Lin- and did 'lot her two sons, who are j these days and is Lever to be found a 1! the wreck i church is to be congratulated on bt ing

Susan Sander I, -'t> 0(1 prominently connected with the Penn her home dock now, except nights, and I The ve set! ) is said to be insured for I able to retain the services of so able a

6j" 20 004'i I coln's birthday._ --'! .- R. R. Co., strenuously oppose it, would not always then. $35,000 and will probably be a total loss. preacher, and should take advantage of

:* L-KlliDilry 1" 40 50 OtlWJLulaAUKnlne W Monday i is the fourteenth aa l Valen make this her permanent home. This The cargo, worth in the neighborhood I his being with them to build up their

47 u pre. 0.- ,. I.,.iliaD 40 00 I tine's Day. A full supply of valentines lady expects to remain here with her Frank Cortright and wife moved tc I' of <30ooo, is being thrown overboard I church and greatly benefit it, them:>\hei

4TI ... C. M vrrL1 .. 40 110 J JT2 be found at the stores. laughter until the latter part of May West Palm Beach last Friday he having; and the most of it safely brought ashore and their cause,
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Mcmbtnhlp Clnb M Aids to LodfM. DIRECTORY.[ Raymond D Knight Co, .
Triple LlcL Note Jacksonville. .
1:!: INVITED TO CALL AT TH8 p oi'i
f ,'/ The formation of menibership club is ---.-- U ARE CORDIAU.Y .
IFS- ----
/ "a of more value to lodges; than is gt'tlerallysurposetl. FURNISHING HOUSE OP1VAX ; .....
this a friendly rivalryis HOTELS:
By means IndividualsWhose
, s. __ I leading Business! Firms and .I*
created between two M/ts of members,
. I Cards Appear in This Paper. West Palm Beach
Seminole Hotel
lead to M
which, while it does not always
1, I the results aimed at, yet invariably does -- The Palms, West Palm Beach. S tfeTl

E{ Monument.Hrluirt 1IIl'C00ullbh) the bringing in of some petitions The Earman House, West Palm Beach 1VYE 9
Design For the lUtMxice
i {jOr initiation Another result often i GENERAL MERCIlAXDISE: .:%
, ];]lute. II and Park Cottage, West, Palm Beach
gained: is an increased attendance aconsequent I : ?
t ,, The supreme lodge committee has acepttd greater! intrrent in the work of I U D Heodrickson. Lake Worth. --- "- fciffiffi

a +'sinand a\\ur il the cuntrai the lodge: In some cases these membership .... j T
1 tor the monument, to lt sorbet to J I' stubs have 1i't'III'bip LIFE) INSURANCE: The White Parlor Clothier.lieu' tq1Ui'

Ratbhono at I'tioa N Y. The inomnu; of organizations amazitij...* RETAIL GROCERS: doll
will bo 60 fwt high and the bUtuary a:." The Equitable Life Insurance Co, coal
i a Palestine encampment of Lynn enjoys J D Mathis, West Palm Beach Jacksonville. '';'
? tbe reputation, of conferring the piitriarehildegree 1inelineotaU \
'- in a manner that is unsurpassedin i I L W BurL hardt, West Palm Beach -.-- all Wool BIack$675&) I I( HISIand l ,
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4 Ma>sacbusetts.Samuel 'I -.-.-- FIRE INSURANCE & REAL ESTATE: : Colored Suits Upmard. | Cashmere Pants -, ,.

P. Morris of Spriu c .
Il f secretary WHOLESALE GROCERS: Brelsford Bros, Palm Beach. 5
Garden lodge, Philadelphia, bas been: a I ..f.:<

rneiiiber of the order of Odd Fellows II| r Pope & McLaurin, Jacksonville. Wallace R Moses, West Palm Beach.J : .",
Stiff Hats
55 years, and is nowlCr\'ing his hay lI;- II LivingstonlYest Palm Beach and 4, !
Thus Xooney & Sons, Jacksonville. r.
I and )ear as bccrctary of his lodge
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f ..-- 4 ;;
l Turn over a new leaf this year and Le a
; better Ucid Fellow iu la'Js than you were SPICES, TEAS AND COFFEES: UNDERTAKING: From 50 Cents Upwards. ,.i""::.
I in isy
+ E I Gordon, Jacksonville.Geo rk
Indiana has under headway a movemert J D & R D Grether, Jacksonville. =
r 4 to builu a home for the aged Odd Ireilot i -.... Ill.i: .107 W. BAY I

.. i and orphans of that jurisdiction, 11, dCreensburg. -- ..- S_C
f r. Ind., is making au effort to MEATS:
I II secure the location. BANKING:
I Geo S Adams, West Palm Beach.
Thu \Muttr campaign is on us. Let it .. Dade County State Bank.
i : be a proliuMo one. Every brother tan Will WhidJen, West Palm Beach.
N. WelshaniSTATB
I Chas.
help .
t .
-- National Bank of the State "f Florida,
t= If all third degree members were aUo
FISH AND OYSTERS: Jacksonville.First .
encampuu members, thtreoultl I.< s

t ///ti 's Gy. bo nearly so many dropped for lion payment East Coast Fish Co, West Palm Beach. National Bank of Florida AGENT KOKMartinez-

ot lUl'l. .
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Reynolds & Hull, West Palm BeachS --
Major General J. P. Rllacott has bet'n
honored b) the grand jurisdiction of IO\M B Miller & Co, New YorK I SEEDS: I & i Pan

=---.. 'hv \*->-M;J euiiinii.s9.iiir.cj liv. Grand Master Kinsjsland: & Comstock, New York tVon.. on A .D.......o-..2 .v.-!. .i..*.n. jar!,'_?' ,.?.ills. Lon man -- -- -

.- J. C Koontz to lecture in the state. I S L Storer, & Co. New York L C; nieri :i Jacksonville. .0.-
[Copyright and patrnted by Hoffman & Pro One of the pleasant incidents of the
rhazka.j --- Burton K hares, Jacksonville.PINEAPPLE .
ptiiriaEllttTln.t:-' MtiM'Mt.ST nois Kcbekah a."t'lI1Llyu" the pct 'lIIi-\\ Lime, Brick, Shingles,
lion to Grand licprcMUlative. t:. ICE DEALERS: ... --- --
emblem \\ill be ca..t ot bronze by a moth B
of an elegant Jt'wl'l in honor the sen ices
od bithl'rtolUUM d in \wer la. The biti rendered the Hebekabs in instructing them G G Springer, West Palm Beach.DRUGGISTS PLANTS: Cement and Coal Tar.
and structural will be of grauitt
jiarta ,. iu tLe secret work. --..- G C \attham;, West Palm Beach. r&U
The I}mbolk-ul tx-nae of the lUtian is 1 ,
accordance with the \ariuua emblfius uiit.cereuonuscf A brother who bas been dropped from ....--
the order The two figures- membership in his bufcordinnte ]lo i bold membership in a Kebekah K ilgi'touth NURSERY: STOCK: Agent ti\
on the right bjiuhulize friendship, thuso E H Dimick, West Palm Beach.

011 the left chiii iiy. and the plol"e, tour : Carolina baa a feubordinate u.eui- Russell & Co, .. John B Beach, West Palm Beach.Hastings 13 South Hogan St., Jacksonville, Florida. ) 11
mounted by anuur and weapons, ancient berbhip of Loa; and 2'Jl RcbelahsMASONIC. 11 ..
.... & Wylie Interlachen.
aaud -
h knigbtbuud On the extreme point ; r

the figure of a kuight in full regalia. O. FRUIT ANTD PRODUCE ON COMMISSION -...-- .
I Mortal submitted the dcHgn. and Hoffman -- ---- ---- .
& IVmhaAa will erect the monu : FERTILIZERS:
t' SenD Brothrr Coufer the 1H- t
ment. The uuxeiliug will be made th, ern011 Wm A Boors & Co
all Their I..lb..r-'bip. Kruiu the Triuple. J B Massa & Bro, Jacksonville. Jacksonville. Dr. C. F. Houston c
rt'imion of
otTMMonof a grand Ill!hi "
allover Baker & Holmes, t
brrs of the onler iu the Uuttwl Mates anci Thu KiLglmg brothers are know Albert J Becky & Co
will take place in June. 19uu.A. the country as the proprietoianl the I Thos Nooney & Sou, Little Bros. -- - i

myrtle plant was received recently b* Hiuglii.g, circus. ;even of these luuthers I -- .- Jacksonville Fertilizer Co, JacksonvilleSTEAMBOATS.HEAVY ............DENTAL PARLORS...... t
are numbers of Baruboo tube \0. 3-1 of
he grand lodge of Khotie Island from Par. .
\\iscou-in jurisdiction, and after the I Hr-
Chancellor \\illiam H. Ibumleyof Rene I II I DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING: ESTABLISHED 1884. I
log, l'u.Ou1y. seven \>ere all incuibirs of tho It.dgl'thu MACHINERY For the next thirty da> .price will be as fOllow*: Gold Filling, |i: JuIIe f1IIAJ'j!
petition of the lather was received 'ihuKinglhig Kohn, Furch ott & Co to$; Alloy Filling $1 I to II.JQ; I'latei. $3 (.> $-; Full Seti (very bst(,JS to |io. j
those who initiated iu in. Jacksonville.Cohen AND CASTINGS and Polite iriffatia I
were brothers qualified themselves tu : by a paiale-s melba]. here \ilatnllir made. First cl ISA optraton +:.

fraternity 2 u( or more >tars ago are ado! it confer the d lgrt"'sll"l' ussigiitHl Io he Bros Jacksonville.Dave Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co, i 1.8"97 Cor. Bay and Laura Sls., over Mrs. Keene'",, JACKSONVIU& I
.. .
1 tad to the i'jlhiiin YI I. sans uv-ociai+ :<
i which U a sot ial orgahiz.it ion, tuu-iiiktl i. I father into the lodge and conferred tLe degrees M-s J Frank, West Palm Beach Jacksonville. I
t keep up the iulemt of n.tiabers and thti is upon him.-Freemason.The Floti families in the 1'; hum orderA --..-
total sum presented to charities by -....-
strict observance of the iriuciplesoPythiauisiu the F.ccrnanoiis of England in commemoration MEN'S FURNISHERS:
by th.' uuiubers will larjf; of the queen's diamond jubilee GAS AND OIL MOTORS AND MACHINERY E. I

t t pre\.(ut sutipeneiujti for Loi.i4ijii.tiH I.dU1"1i. amounts to $75.; f7 J A Craig & Bro, Jacksonville. REPAIRS: GORDON

Thu report of Grand Treasurer Moore of Max Ierson, Raines Brothers, Jacksonville.
At least one company of the Calif ornt. Texas showed that the widows and orphans ...
brigade will attend the national uniluri., fund waa b\\tiled by $:llUbn) during --.- --- "

rank encampment iu luu.ouapolit thi.year. the past year, and excess of rcceiits TAILORING: IRRIGATING PLANTS & SUPPLIES:

over disbursements from the general fund Tohn G Christopher.. .Jacksonville.
was $auull Livy-The Popular Price Tailor- Undertaker
7 One of the greauc evils which afiiiet; Jacksonville -- .

Age atlmU dpplieautodreddwittedChips the woild, Masonry nut excluded, is tt.+' The Xew York Tailoring Cu, DENTISTS:
greed tor olli,e. In Masonry it should be and Embalmer.
troiu the Wooda. forbidden by lrgislutiuu.wninatious -- ... --- Dr J A Pugh, West Palm Beach.

An applicant mciubcntbip must t, should be forbidden as well a" solicitation L T Daniel, Cocoa.

under 15; pears of age at the date oi t.I Let each broll.i vote for w how be platsraLast HARDWARE: C F Houston, Jacksonville.

adoltiul1-ott Au appluuut tloukl the date| resent of Lts his applicant' nau.e ut n year) the grand lodge of Texas bus M E Gruber, West Palm Beach. M D L Dod on, Titusville. Full Line of Metallic Caskets.

pciided 03 members for un-JL twnic con o W 11'eybrecht "
enough in ud\uiice of the age linai t< ..
duct, Tici lor prolaue swearing, Tt> toi --
guard against chuiiie of error ur tu- .
any .
gambling and S47 for drinking to into i -- PHYSICIANS AND Orders Filled First; 1.
LAy. The law is in pi-rulhu and no IATM i SURGEONS: Telegraphic by
I can bu legally adoiud w ho has passed tl. LUMBER:
Dr R B Potter, West Palm Beach.
01I 5 There is but ono way to conscientiout-ly l
+ age\ut much; juts Uaiigcr with our fl'Sl'utma;; keep tbe O. iJ. and pfopcrly guard li.e I T V Cashen, Jacksm\ille. I II C Hood .. 1028-97 19 West Adams St., JACKSONVILLE FLA.

niflcelit! growth of \loduru\Voouiit work, and that is to only receive and impart Builders Supply Co, St Augustine. E \V Pugh, "
it oral]) as our forelathers did before
of A uu.ricaUi..u.iiiiuoreexpcnhi\e. lie us from time Jlil1.elu"riaL-Ma ... I -- ... -
rust for taut was oiil.v $ .1iO per $lbu') !
Journal.\ :
less than it Los Uvii beloro in h\u yearn.Neighbor FURNITURE: i LAWYERS:

!' -Vouryof Cauip l,4b-i Thu pnnud proceedings of the grand i W I Mttcalf. West Palm Brach. East Coast Fish
of Pint HUlJnwrs "hustler button council of Indiana tor 1&U7 contain :oJ tt.e Geo II Maltby. West Palm Beach. ': A E HCHcr. Companj .
h of their grand masters.Ibu J< no.
No. 1, the Lisl one won by a Uieiiibcr: ot luau portiaits The C'lad wick-Swat ui Co, Jacksonville
j the Modernoodmen of America. grat.d lodge uf Colorado refused to Rohhins & Graham, :\Iiami.i WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

indorse the \\istonsin projiosition fur re- -- ... 'i Pope & Canipljell. Jacksonville.
; Jrtuhers: reaidii.g away from thlllCUIII'b
lict because it was >ooed to the introduction
cip[ !
if in biu-pvusii'U.. upon mnuttiL. ...
into the system of Frl'ul1il..ouH : ,
to their clerk lor reiLstuteuieut, ii.u.-t... _
of teatuio that tends in the direction
Wll1lJ1tll the ix-iuittauce with the LiallLwarrantee. of compulsory relief. Ludden & Bates' So Music House, & SURVEYORS: '- DEALERSIX.

Franklin Sheen, West Palm Beach,
t four ofikire will take the life out ot The gruuu lutlge ot Missouri holds that --.-Jacksonville.JEWELERS _. ... f llt ... v I
I the daughter of a Master Mason, w ho at -
any hocaty or orgatali tiul. A -
poor piutidiug
the age ol uliout :l years, marries a peafaun NOTARIES PUBLIC: FRESH ?
ttimr will kill ,
a tump btu lu t :
is entitled to r-jcognitiou as such as i'-
: ::1. that a wan is clioM-u fur \tnerablu con.-ul I fcLo was beiore marriage. Iduer & Son, West Palm Beach. : Guy I Metcalf, West Palm Beach. 4 r r.
who has the abiluy to ull tLe poaiuou : .1
: \VK__ biases:. "
withcmdit. -- n '
KNIGHTS OF HONOR. :1JII Li+'ingtott. !Y


Strive to Get tbe Young Men In the Or. Southern Fuel and ,
Supply Co, BARBERS: We
Member Going to the Kloudike Forfeit derI'ruw'lU'ioUJI Ludees.:;

UcuetiU-Aote. of the Uee. Let no mem I AT of our order ever forget Jacksonville.! Wilson'eatbt'rftml, Wt Palm Reach. receive Goods

Attention is called to the interdiction of that it is his especial duty to pn t'ut the Chas Welsbatis, Jacksonville. __________________________ delivered
the buprcme coiuiuander tor the benefit of advantages of tue some to the young man. Builders Supply Co, St Augustine. ---- -- -- --- fresh

thu..u u In) 1.1'1.(isv oing to the Klondike IL is a duty that the n ember: owes to the Geo S Hacker & Son Charleston S C. Try THE :SJJfl fir Job Work Oysters -

guldlieu as the arose Yo ill not uo\\ be rebpousibie order, and cue, too w>icb be owes to be o._ !s ft'I..,.... ."'; *
young man The Urdu needs men, every
u tiny die iroui eAposuru there -- -- -- -

All memlurs N bu are contemplating any because, as a general thing; the young day. .
undertaking ol au aura ha/aiduus nature man, a belter: risk than the elderly manor 1.\ "-. mall and sure profits,of ten repeated, n ',.+S

bbould not roil to nod sections "Jib: to 2.:3 the man iu middle life.-Knights of j are the foundation of modern wealth." r
Honor HeporterFour ';.
inclusive the ---
of Ls
tiupreme tent \\b.

Themw ue.cfee team ot liartlord tent, past supreme dictators of thuorder I Fish Houses at Railroad Wharf Opposite tb ,: .'
have died, J, A. Ueuiaree, John A Cum
:io. larl.tal"'III' N lilt will touurd
';: a perfecting
the ritu.in.i+ work and intend miug A. K Kejes, li H Cochran. A T il = Ice Factory. au.u.t7

I + starring lln.uyli Connt-cticui: dunug the Grace h (see, New York has re-elected r .
winter U.OLIUS iu vxu.kiu;.; the auipiilicd Ralph Xuiligaubon of Past supreme Die i
form of initiation tutor John Mulligan, dictator
Rev \\" A Liud>e)' bus gone into the The jurUciictlou of Mary land consist.of
field fur the DUJ.LII y< eialxe.-i. and good ItS lodges and a n.tmUrsiiip ul auuwa R That can fit you and give you first-class

;' results ate e+i-cmu to loiiotv Lis labors of the lodges are located lUltiu.oreIbe / work at popular prices should secure

i The XaciuUxs: ol lanucUt uru in good cclidiUt.il of the ol'ut'rI Kansas uof your patronage. We make an All SUB CEIBE FOR THE SOI

t 1 i bbapf and have uiupptd out u great w inter a healthy kind and rcAiris Iron subordinate Wool Suit to order for $12.00, 113.50,

I caiuuigu lodges indicate a sUauyKoj /.;10D.. f Ji5ooan.l'fi6oo; Better
ones for Ji8 (n
11 umboldl lent of the likeliest 'I. ,
Is one UIllinois.
'I J2o.ooj22.5o.; ; $23.50 and
It has u u.inibtrship of "74, ..l Araiuuiu. $25.00. -

I : most of u bleb Were bciured under a dUKetl Reports of the supreme secretary mill- I --- ---- -- ::--

VCU..aUuuj cats that the work in New York jurisdiction i j PAN'T to oricr.f2'7.j. 53.00, $3.50, $J.tJ.I, $s.m and $6 oo.
io tar trom what it bbould be wub Us ;
j Meu.Arrusuphu great wesubcrshsplltsstuu : MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT-Saaiples and Self eaourement Blank sent Do w STEA BOAT!

I '.. tribe \o. 10U, of Clifton council, \o.I, boasts a fine orchestra on application M
Heights, i'a., has taken in recently ..;, composed of members of the council -
new members and reinstated; uiemU r.-
lied oleo oi bouthtasteiu M.b-sacbu The Popular Price Tailor o-\Ve hate them
to sell, an.l if have .
Gilbert council, Brooklyn, pays a salary II Vv we iwneon ;:
met recently to esc; b..lIl.ulc\\ to ,
S as it. .
of $wo to its seen: lory and joUU; to tbe collector hand to suit, we can build.... i,
advancement ot the order
: 13 Main St Jac sonviUe .
Great Sachem IkgUu reports the ordt i In Camden council the "rotation inofliee" Fla JUST WHAT YOU WANT. >: '
in \I.'W'ork ,.
as rapidly increasing ,1Within >
theory only applies to those who We are also
the lust tune iaiuths sex en 1.1 .\ prepared to
attend faithfully in the subordinate tu 1iWe do Dveinj, Cleaning and Repairing furnish
tribes have bun iiistttutetL DispensationautborUiug -. 10-28-97

'i fcilxir :'"lJliu tae;.: ii.sututioti halos ille. Hoslyn ot tribe ai.n.., hufght cud udlel of Uouor.I If -- Pumping (Outfits) for f Irrifflition.JJ 1 ;: }

yjii4 rouei.k lw\t I i--ued.: and 1'- you are thinking of irrigating

till.- ..io ii )latret. ii-tiiation in \ttiii. I j The Knights and Ladies of Honor have I R RIG A T I O N' pineapple field or orange >;rovrstndmesiieufarra your truck farml *

I'laiiis l'ouuuaud.i iiulioiu and Kens j i reason to rejoice in the ma nitic-ent recurd too wi..h to cover and full information of what Write orail on .,4 for \n>'thing in our Line that tam ",., f.
made the you
M'lixr past jeor. want and I rill he ;lad to furnhh all I
-- -- The .it'.lred and glue en .?. of cost information
special tax of 5U cents per cal ita, Merrill-Stevens
kui&LU uf 1..Jta. as promulgated by the supreme lodge is J. G. I Engineering Cfc

girls. \V. >;dmuel M 1). supremtlctnu for the purpose of extending and adallc'ing CHRISTOPHER, i

( niancler. states that he intends to l.ay son:,' the or H. A competent corps of cir-
t F attention to organuatioii in New 1'otl' ganuers will bu put into the field of operations Machinery and Mill Supplies. Jacksonville Florida.

during his term of allies and is foriuuku and the expenses; are to tu ],acne Irrigating!!: Machiueiy Specialty

1' leg plans in connection tberew lib by this special tu. Io.al 7 JACKSONVILLE, FLORID I I Propr i LjACKSOXVILLE[ MARINE RA1LWAISjH!

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I PARK COTTAGE ESTABLISHED 1875- j fWhidden'sMarket

Hade of the Momeot-RlalDo"of
i CONVENIENCE OF THIS TYPE OF COMBINATION to Come. Now Open Under William A. Bours & Co.

| FURNITURE. Furs are very much to the fore, being New Management. Is Prepared Supply
1t used as lining trimmings and for
I KpcUlly Adapted to the Requirement whole garments. The variety in fur Beautiful Frontage on Lake Worth, you w,th '" ,S ..-

5 .f laall B....... bat I'..ful Everywhere.M4 novelties is greater than at any previous Opposite Hotel Royal Poinciana. Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers I

I Mentor HooltraM One--Protce- season. The furriers have provided all Good Meats at living Prices.

i .... "IraoW by U.wn.nd Cart&int. sorts of fur wraps, including: the usual Large, Airy, Well-Furnished Rooms. 6 East Bay St., Jacksonville Florida.
t jacket, pouched blouses the long pelisse IrssnNative;Yo l'1L,
} The gentle art of rending and writing storm capes and little shoulder --- -
Rates $2 Per and
hare been bracketed together from timo capes. Generally speaking the muffs : Day Upwards; \>e H Judie. t only the Beat and Moot Reliable Sl'tdll. A Complete" -took of jJeei,
Special Rates by the Week or Mmth
i, Immemorial. To serve the train with are medium in size, but there are direc- 19uZ try
Hay Corn Oats Flour Bran Wheat Grits Meal
! equal fan the joiner of mtdijpYal days toires and Marie Antoinettes, which are WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. 11-28 J1r.a. GYY .
,ioltl crude desks so large and softly'built as to le capacious e
whereon the write
enough to almost lose oiio's elbows -- ---- Cotton Seed Meal doth Bright and Dark
Oould write and draw hid illuminated: S S I S I r Meats a specialty.Your .
in. These muffs are also made up of vel GE. ZPF, GEO. LAWRENCE, AT WHOLFSALE _

vet and trimmed with not a few heads Owner. Captain. .
"t'tte Agate Flit Patroni* S.iluitnl..Market '
Tygert-AMen Fertilizer Co.
I and many tails interspersed with frills

! and bows. Boas are exceedingly pretty M.ir Kritnil l t'.r.IIM--u..r.nt..I.1 l 51., Orange Tne and Vegetable Fertlizrr: Pure on It.tnjan Mrwl,
Launch Seminole I .ri.ur.l lUiie, Nitrate SiNla Mini .&-of 1'oU.h. sulphate Potts Kumr. He.
numbers of tails and heads
bushy ,
. ,
Then Fertilizers have no-ii| Ti.ir in the Market, ao.11I trial mil COIIMIM e
1're : j fastening under the chin while others -t n.l ..rCatabgne| !'r.e.1111111111111iillll111IiIIi1. io'irGEO. : 1112VKST PALM RMAUII.The .

. have ribbon or velvet bows intermin U. S. MAIL BOAT, ---- --
gled. The short fur boa is the newest

; !! and smartest affair and the most be Makes Daily Trips Between West Dade County State Bank

I coming. Palm Beach and Juno Stopping at '" " " "IiIiII11111111IIIII11111111111111" " " ,," " '

I Fashion's new aims as evinced by the All Intermediate Points. falm Beach, Florida.
II dressmaker's in the direction
9 I. productions, are -
of skirts close slt.e'l'Soa -
I clinging -
'+' 1t,3 o J ( ,q q'IQ qM narrow back long waist and low bust, RUNS THROUGH TilE FINEST -- -- Authorized Capital $100,000.Paid .

I,: all of which give to the form quite a FISHING GROUNDS ON LAKE
r new hhape. The latest cut in skirts is WORTH EVERY DAY. Up Capital. $15,000

II (' .tj the deep circular flounce vhich widens --- I T i1J M t M arket t I
: into cue with the back breadth aud is Comfortable AiromniodatioLg OFFICERS:

fur Pun
Pay *
stitched en' to the apron shaped top in ugcrx. E. H MMICK, President.U .
f fruit aud tbe tadea. --
+ '? at Uraiding or tC I D.HeNDKlCKliON, e-Presiaent.
A I,; ,1 bands war cover this eam. Launch leaves Railroad Wharf r Coshiet
I every GE> i. IlR4 Y NINe,
1L4 In cloth gm\us the latest development morning at 8 11.1897We i
'- "Ir 1 ,, is a combination of cloth in two I o'clock S. ADAMS. Propr West Palm Beach
I shades of the same color. Velvet sleevesare l ------- ----- Branch Office at

: a feature of other new cloth gowns. -- --- Office Hours From 10 a. m. to i p. m.

I I All cloth gowns by the way show a 1I I Fans f Wallted Eoery here. r : : DEALER IN : :

,I greater amount of trimming than here- Farms qub.kly for\\hathnve\ou .-..... -- Genial Banking Business Transacted
I toforo displujid, waists, fur sale ? : olte U. ,.tit remitted oil day.freceiit
''''IIITUY 1IUI''r.UIC", Fancy quite 1 or exchange ARSON H KI>bEU & imiritiiii
: unlike the skirts certainly have lost 1"0.. Akron. Ohio. 10-21 Florida and Western Meats, | Dmftob 'light and H .Id on the' |p cini -
and H bereiii well could
the United Stale 4 ".-.17
i nlrieK -
none of their former popularity, and |>
tw ktiirnl, bi. ",lIum bound tomes and E Armour's Star Hams Bacon
rumor tells us that they will come to ,
full ">f |*rvhiurutUrliUjC -
; the front with renewed favor when the Clematis Avenue

U Jututly i sad' \idt..t writing fur acconiinodatiou at the present : .pring fashions appear. Indeed, drlll>li- i and Bologna, Tripe and Pig'sFeet HOTEL mi A Tii ,..
tint tu tb iM-n Ury buokcaaa Then Supply Store Domestic Poultry Veni3 vvvrvvvr. 11ltl iClllllO(
-;: ,
.. bar a marl cuufutful d.-..k on oiia 4 -
kill,, nub drawtt blow and shelf I
n uu abuse, ubile Oil the other Mile ii I Vji ::-West Palm Beach, Florida, son and Wild Turkeys, Butter Now Opea For Winter Travel

srr.ugMti an luclm**) seedcase withiurf i J. 0. MA THIS ---
i Proprietor. E and Eggs, and a Full Line of All Modem Improvements, Electrir
play cli
iSucccuor u Bra oloa'j Bakery aDd Grocery C.) -- Bells, Baths, Etc.
cututiualiou foruitnre hat much
to rec-
II M I> Iotto-" ulck Sales and Small Profits Vegetables. .
utl it lu of it
ouun puiut iiipiarautt uButuifeMly $2.00 TO $3.00 PER DAY.
.QN.rinr to the more ordinary II I I -
-- -
Ii Bakery Goods and Address"" "
kind uf library cabinet work while the I i 444 : "

fciTHJUjje of brin 'inK Look and writing !I Family Groceries -- -- THE PALMS.

tuaU-ruU tutu Clue jiiwe of furniture I 1-16-96, West Palm Beach, Florda.
I! .My -
.... Specialty.
aunt I* at oucu ..id hL -
EMail Orders from
e. i I any Responsible
la Muall librarie bookshtlve fitted iI
I!, Goods delivered free to any part --
la lb rtntHMM oo either idavf tbd fire. I of the City or across the Lake A representative
: Parties in the will Receive
form well Luc effective II I 0 in .'it.IInti i
pLt.'ItI a woru I All Orders Given Prompt Attention. ii I II II every .
io!tURTidiU|; pit ntiful acttimmo- W iiiirii to"Dint h.. St tet
Good First-Class and Fresh. Attention.
Highest E Prompt 3
d.ttuufuraquAutilyof: Utok. In suialltt prices paid for country produce. < repre( eat our
bUild, boMntr, where there is nolitrarr. -- 1- tirin. tL Hiilicir
Buy. ol me and I will save you mn-ey. 6-1-<17 .
Kane furut of rrrtty cabinet 1'l/npirnnlelltN. \\ill! pay iirOIUI11iP1U)1L :iMMl
% -
tuaLu ill bUN to te,,welcome. Tht lit-1 -- --- Write us fur p rtirurs. -
tie articki, fur iu..uuiwLkh U torn- I ABTRAKHAV COAT-BEAl CAPE.makers -- -- ,, Stencils sent Ill Application.
oiuuly kuovtu as lh" cabinet Uxikraae I and tailors have agreed that no New ,Store
is Made of
cObtuma is complete unless its skirt is It u<4 an tu<'tenant! !: pity v of furniture in Albert J. Bucky
accompanied by two or more waists.Spring -
a drawing ruuu'hih! it* u-tf ulueMi usa
Winter Yachts
rMi-iiUilti fur balks i* mach appreutwL fashious are alrl'aily'eing' Mew O +. Cottagers, Private The Bn'Jeers and
talked about and sundry rumors are in
Thus it i* no very uutureaouw! Commission Merchants
the air as to changes likely to coma ,. rices Cars and Parties. --=- ,
.. New
trnKUi ticati(>u to tix-lare that caLiuetU < ? ....
with the opening buds. It is almost CI r J 14 Main St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.100ZI .
.l,.*-. will in the! mar future rank -. rt.
Cain that sleeves will be small and denuded W e welcome all our.M friends and -- <11
with and |*rlai outvie the more aria-1 I patruusaodcord'utnvinvitestrang- -
of the the The Russian :: ::Z
locmua but leas oifful catiuet for the puff at top. ers t<>visit UT.Watches 11-1K-U7

dbpl.biu.. awl otlur artUtio oild- blouse. we are assured is to make Clocks. Jewelry and CIIIJIIIIIIIIIUIIIIUJIIIiUlIIIIIIUIIIIIJlUIlllllllllllslll A. B. Campbell
way for a new but equally priy coat. ... ,
IIMIIU merely The cabinet bookcasd, .Optical Goods ', !, ,
From Paris the that the becoming

M a rule, abundantly ,rkt'u up" in comes news (Mgr Ludden & Bates So. Music House)
neckwear of the present season Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing Florida
ktfigu. and ample facility u afforditltbert I Jacksonville.
; must to a severely plain neck Neatly and Satisfactorily Done.
give way
'by fur the lnmiuK of the mobs ,
finish Coming back to the dinner PIANOSORGANS
beautiful oruaiueuti in the owner'* pos. jertuui. I present oi.ly OpucniiH in the City. Eyes tented
gowns are quite elaborate. Trams free, by I I..te<*t approved| methods. The new
/ of moderate Itugtb are in order, aud -tore wi I be in charge o< Prof. Front Idner. LITTLE BROS.
The doer which indo O'lIlhe china (,railu.ite Ophcuin of Ki, g'- Optical C"l-
: the sleeves, which are long are frequently legs New' \ork
UxiLca u
nl'Lta.arl' .f tbu raltuet mUn
d lu be gUzui with Icaittui Rite : nuJu of shirred net or lace. I Daily Papers and Periodicals. Best! MiLi-.s l 1.1I\\1\t I'rices

A small silk inrtam i* 'u2ni' >til as asuitable |I it The already bustle here is ail in accomplished modest proportions fact It I G. W. IDNER & SON, Fertilizer 8 ptosptateOmpaQY, hiifst: Terms.

fiuuii to the U-oL-htlf couipanuit ;, Sheet Music, Music Books and Small
and is welcomed by tall slenderu.m- lt>t Poor South Russell & (o. s Drug Store
'ut at the tidu. The uevd fur bm>kkhrlti j Seminole Bluck Call im w 102197E.H.DIMIIK Jacksonville Imtntmeutsof All Kinds at Rock
'. with shaft or curtains toot I en it is claimed that there is alreadyconsiderable Florida. .....Bottom Prices.....
___ __n__ demand_ for these small tY'ritr fur Irr-/ttaluear 917.07JOHN
Veil kuowu U nxiuire fouyhuau, while
I As at prcsiut worn the bustle

as a rule consists of a small plaiting of West 7/ you are rcijuirvn Fertilizers for X C. STOCKTON, President.
horsehair, some of two narrow] .iiitmgs, ProprietorPalm
I only large enough' to fit into the hollowof Vegetable*, Pineapples, Etc, write to THUS: P. DENH. M, Cashier.
Y back Some of these bustles -
a woman s
us lt1ulu.e can give more value Assistant Cashier.
however, are made hip pads
attached, and then again the hip pads Beach for your money th an any other .J/an- r

can U purchased separately.ALICE VARNTTL iifacturer or Dealer in this State or .
National Bank of !
I Drug from any other State. Write for painphlets .
Sirup Fur Sore Throat.A
crdina- prices, etc., to hove address. .11 12y :: -97 I
eootoiug:, (>r> (Mratiun for an Ao...
ry sore throat is A lemonade made with Store.
out the addition of wuter. Grate the the State

tiuit from our uud the juice from
squeeze "* "
2 lemons user about 2 heaping teaspoonfuls -[ CALLUS IS- .41t.V V A VvivV/Kv 'wSl

of sugar Be very careful' A --
I --
to prate only tne yellow, as the white .
\ gives a bitter tl a or Add the juice and i iI $

TJi + Ji e1'+ grated making riud it of even au orange more ,delicious A bled orange Let I Drugs, Toilet Articles. i Lake Worth Ice Works GENER l BANKING BUSINESS.

this stand 10 or 15; minutes and then i

;::::. --. strain through a cloth. The result is a Fine antf i iI
birup with a refreahmg and delicious Stationery fj :Manufacturer. Retailer and Shipper of Accounts of Bankers,--'

nil"t C'IUU.T *V1> 11UI.IoC".L taTe More sugar can be shed but the I ,

tb. futiiy kuth }irmcti a. doors sourer the uirture is the better it assuages I Sundries. rG Merchants, Manufacturersand

HT" a.:otu.t Cult rft'n wt) ut the brads: the thirst or irritation in the Druggist ... Individuals solicited....
(I uu.utbunztit; |a'rtt.u. u itlUlb auftirttutrtartu throat -
taa ttrtlf tu'anantthetrewpluy, t'riptiollslarl'fully' : CnmJoUlHIt't1 I

Gent --- -- ,1: half a Snow box of 1'uddiug.Salk gelatin. m a cop of I Ivist: COI&.t iluxi mss oliviteil.t1 I G E LL Capital ail Surplus, $$190,000.)

Il.bf.a HlMltrL cold water for one hour then add a'' r:-:T 1'\"\I i-.KACH. 1i-111.1. ANDDistilled -

A bitty tlaultl. eithir fur the bath cup uf boiling water and 2 small cups i j ----- -- -
wane and stir until dis..ohed.dd i Issue our own drafts to all the principal -
of : I
ct fir a r rrun" af.:b4u way sugar
bf d<>uLl
and l Lug or 'tint aud pink t'.\ (' How' the blU-s: of 3 vj&a n a stiff froth. Belgium, France, iUeiland, Italy,

Ills lh<..., dim't um" from xmtl lluuatlagduk '. When the gelatin mixture is cold and' later f Spain. Portugal and Germany.
begins to thicktu.nr the eggs m. beating I

With a "" r.ecrohtthakmake a the mixtureery: bard aud until it JacksonvilleFlorida

Ioa&tc Cbilll *U
rtikJ lu u|
M-vtiah tiuh (>( the thin, put iu two Turn into a wet mold and stand: m a : Great Bargains I 1

ktlklM*. Mid aa the toUIlKlilh klpu cold place When serMUg this pudding. : .
ilk u and wi (4i ihMuli"U, r'"s' a'u>r- pour around the form a boiled custard s

1Ia& LleuiUK and uurrow,: nuLo aMhi flavored with vanilla FACTORY AT.-p -
ol "aUtI lj!lea x Inch anier\" hand-

awe Thr"e rid.;t'.. III vt lute and hrtt s.iIted AIiuouiU.Place $500 If Taken At Once.
of tU ooltir itlteruatiuK lo-kuill I I ituilio .say half a pound of good but
triage u uttiiuary That work IS ter in a saucepan Have ready a p'mud ov FWest Palm Beach. ACRES
dune of LI.w'hlod Valencia almonds t sw\'etl- of land 50 miles south of Palm
M>; and |K4MUt and quickly I Doors
into the melted butter and Janto Beach within i1( miles from
II lU worker fir !knitting; to tiLet. \>- Put them
a nuiiUr tljuktt way U uu.ie on stir them until they assume a light and Sash, 9."t. .A: .&.._W-" ...K:' ,:L.. A.W,j.'q w. ....W a t.::-.1\.5- railroad and dep",t. 15 acres of
ordutarj "'ut Uu uai. ty kuittmUw ,.: trow color; then take Hieui out Blinds. this land is fine' high h-uiimuck,

, bud; ed the tiUukttof! wblll and allow the lutttr to just drain off them; just the lull i air iiraves Most
.. the them on to dry salt and well
f then turn Moulding
kaviut IMUOT three narrow I'U\\ of the reiii"in-ter is pine land
them in it; then sift them out and '
luchaug1ugfrom roll
Oulor -\l\D-
atttptfunttuui PlantsAll good for pineapples For information
olur lo bite and luck 4;':uiu put the! ; get them to cool and dry The butter B"'ll'l'\1.11 'l\f n"'"'_. .: ..... s. Strawberry
tread over the utt-dle and knot two must Le liLt when toe almonds are ad,iwj I,I .. call on

Kikbe Jrthtr r throughout the row | or they will be tough Salted: peanuts : i II\kl.! H "T"\- I J. H. LIVINGSTON.Massey .
iiav They I Varieties best suited to Florida and the East Coast. Sendto JOHN B. BEACH
This do.. ."4j "uha right and rug are 'in.; quite a run now .AKbEST! FACTORY :,OUTH. Block.
aftiu! the earn auuer asthe I & CO., MELBOURNE FLORIDA, for Special Pnce.List, just out.
1ft lido Q1U'anti" UI'1I&1IJWL4l.make' a row of loop Which i I may ahuoud be pre) -Uood Housekeeping fj'ir ...n.l fnr Pru-te. J PLANTS LARGE AND HEALTHIolj7 1104WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.


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( I I KILL IT DEAD. -. THE SUNDAY) SCHOOL.LESSON ( .. :'. 0'0 ..' ......... .,"-o..:..'.-M'.. ..... ...... .".:. r.r u. .U.. 6 ."'V.T..Y.' -r' .IIp.. .Jl!Y.---Y ..:: -

Ct;| U:wpitalGUY I tnt.f I

I i i The bill known as the Loud Bill VII FIRST QUARTER. INTER- :

1 I i is upforts flgai. before Congress and ef-
:!: are being made to. have itpassed. I
I Goods
I I'I'I' fe st of the Uwwin. Math. U. 9.n Mew I'

The print-ipal excuse for the bill! is ,, OTJ "el'llt'A, n. 13 olden Tnt Vath. S

_ . - -
Florida the fact that the postal revenues of ,j, Ix. 9 toiuuieutary by the R"w. U. Mi +:. -
Press Association.
I the c eountrv are: !less than the epenses \- !|i II I Stearna.I .

National,U FII.I.TEDlT Editorial' Association for the same purpose and tbi'I j jrepresentatives I [Copyright 1897. by D. M. Steams. : 44 -44 Kohn Furchgott & I
I I working in lavoi 0 And aa Jesus passed forth from .

the bill claim it will help to increase thence lie saw a man named Matthew sitting : _ ..... ----.r-------------- - -..... .
I SVBSCRIPI ION at the receipt custom and He saith +:
: the postal revenue so it wi'l' nearly in
: House
and Clothing
anti Dry praroet. Milliner State, ha1e
Follow Me. and he The Leailina anll Llrt"ot
him. arosn
One >&r. In .4.anr" ..................... ..J2.('" if not the unto : New: Spring Goods, Inclulh'lg Foreign and '
quite equal expenses. i antI large qsiantitiesOf
the slock.
Six Month-, In advance.... .... ....... ...*1.OO 1! tollowl'lllIlm'( The leper paralytic +S are daily rrcelilng Goods \V ite India Linen'. Checked XaiooOOks, t
It i is doubtful if it would ill : prsaCoods. Silks: Orgi 'i..s. FancyVah ,
ith ii'!
the the "
fever stricken possessed
Thrw Month In advance....... very
....... 5tvr <> 110'1 NotIOns. L'\ces. lnrOl.lerIe'i. Slra.v Ilit., Etc.. which are olTere.1 DaM at our Pop.tar lm
reaM the revenue from postage; 8 t mons. the tempest tobsed. the blind the +: IJrlie.\ery. larJt" qu tulltv IIf gOO Is are iiinoiteil direct hy US. such as Silks, Dre..s GOUII", Lines, \

prll.l8BID all. On I the other hand it proha bit, hopetess and even the dead are made t.1I I o i it.'ry an.t Orlndit's Siinple cheerfully sent on applicalloll.;
r THCB rLM: winds
know and His The
enjoy power IIIr'bolesaJe Trle off..r a large and romplete line of Spring G-wls at as ;prt-*
we pw
REACH.DAD2COrctV. would reduce both the and
FLORIDA.XTIZBO revenue: aspenses d the sea obeylIlm. so that the |1'01| le +: hi"-
ant ill -he! United :;t.tle' Llh..ral Teriii'. and the usual Cash i..col1ots riSS'-i We ""* :
but in doing so would work! might well ask. "What; manner ol man tl.e is patr ..a.e of the m..rchantthrouhout! the State av-unnj" them that we shall l very ,lowest 1 1siWe
this The demons know that is
: AT THB POST OFFIC" rank injustice 10 at least theeoun'n .'
BACH AS SECOolDCLASSI"TTER.:IN WEST. PALM r : 5'on of God. but the J1l'tIII| le only miim-l .. _prices._ __ __ ____. ._ ___.__ _____ _ _ _ _ j. _ ....... I
ewspapers and the retail u-tt > Him It may be that all these 1I1r..n'lIli V

: deal It'rri. and for these reasons, if no'F I i &.es of the devil's work on the Untie III i ,V ire are xhoioiiv! I'trge uid eUg'uit Urn of Clothing, Gents' FUN

Piooevr Paiierof Dad Coant). and the Oldest it should be killed lUll burieil I people are wry ujrget,: >tiveol the condition JViIlAowSh'lJle Luce Curtains TnEtc. I
ither '
Publication the r, of Israel spiritedly! at that time and aliof -<> ni'lh"'lUu'Jef.! ;, }JflUi''i :;, ,
on Knit OtaKt of o
Florida between TitnuUlle >eyond all hopes of rehurrettion.The the condition of all who are out 01! it Low Prior;. ,
I ,
.. Christ today but as then He cast out iii ..
and Key West.Adrertlnlnic reason that the pootal excuses -
: _
I spirits with His! word and hculiilallth.itwere I . _ y y w VWTTVW1* *"" T J Vw- TTTTKohn V. -

: of this country are co much I I sick KO He can now deliver (rum u:1the : I'

I Be..t Medium on th. ./I.I
of Florid*. "this same Jesus. Bleswd are the 1""" ,
lot principally due to the: fact that r
In spirit who are humble MinuahUimm*

under the preseiitlaw, whirh alloretrular \\ ,. Him and follow Him and becon.e t.fo. .

The ronll work of arresting all who publications to j0 thron-rh dieciples UndiHurUd by the bn'akwuTI : FlalPROFESSIONAL :?
; ... of the roof. He had Jut honored the l.uth IfI-2t1.
use vulpHror profane lanjuajre in the mails at the rate of one cent a of the four who expected: Him to heal their ''

public still goes on, the Marshal pOlmti, although it costs abouteifrht i i! j jientsa friend and now Hechooxcs Levi (Luke v O, .

|127)). or Matthew to bo one ot Hi.- fail hiti LI .

walkinj:the them in and the Mayor pound to carry them, til* ,''few Matthew Is to lullu" Him not I "'!l'r: .. ...: :4 ..:-Q": ,+' :.::: ,.;- ...:' :+: + '+: : "'"+.;9r..J'. +. 9- :"" .." ".".'.'.. ..;:T...:>. ....... :.-. ....A-....,. .'.", .'+ : '
naming tax. mails are crowded with paper' bound I nor John nor the other who \\t'n' 1'/111111 tIYJ.

"" novels, which are really books and I before Him And ho it is hi ill- we are III _.
behold the Lamb ot God and MV n" inn -- -
!r Other States anti the western poi should {;o at book rates but, by save Jehus only and run with patiennookinji 7

tion of thU State are all raisins: dating them at regular (periods, a:* l unto Je:.us (John 1 2U Math CARDS -- LEGAL NOTICE

l vii, S.: Heb xn J)
and -
preparing exhibits
money for
if tht'Yt'ft! regular publications. -
10 And it came to Jesus sat
pass as alueat
the coming Omaha' Exposition but they claim the right: and are allow in the house behold many | ut-liean'- \t7 I. MK'U'ALI-: O 0 OF CONTEST.
the matter dot> not swm to be given to be sent at regular publictitioi and sinners iaine and bat dow u w Ii n I .n .

I attention in this and His disciples This al.so Ih u |11'lun> ATTORNEY 4T LAWNOTARY Y0U .U. S. L\\l OfMCI U l;"IW'1IL, '
any vicinity. Such rat es. of things as they still exUt There ur' PUBLIC r I...........
I I exhibits pay and if this: section intends the true l there < -in Mnt halm htva Mlfft4Itix
: This is an evil tha publii- disciples. but are many who .It a,
Will (irarlire m Count}. Iale* tii 1 to be represented, it U time. would lie willing to see remedied and I I with them in thehoui.eofCodtthuniigli ')lUl'tlo 11.,1 I..r Ih..dunhl' ".. rI
L be discipleb abu if they would. for it 1....... LAND CASES A SPECIALTY. I N.. :!i..;. daii 'e54ebetfl14
somebody was doing omething thnt the" Loud Bill claims to provided ever will may. but they preler to COllt.lla' "Ificrm TliopirtL :Sr.N Itlork, 'H jo\\\ %. S.T.S4.TO 1uSsflu1l1irl(
.x about it. unbelievers Matthew modestly relniit 1ht Palm ItrHch. (OuJe County Hnrl'la. That the. I, H.-1-ii.iii 3, ruwimhlp 41! .'"It. Sua'1i
for hut to the .
_ keep remedy In D.lrCsrnaly.. H.rfM. .. will S _u
JI ? from telling us that the feu-st was | re|111.1in I -i"N'II (iu. Dl AI.I eatl'1. sMki4)...
from liein-j applied the bill is loaded I
hio house. but find hrrrli. siiu'u..urdt., .
own we it in Lot t' |* f 11I111III\ ,.
COL. DAVIS TALK up with other features that the public v. 29 ID the same way John doe.. nut till GEORGE :M KOHH1.1S. WALTbR S. GIUH"I! I Iwicre (h,-C,M'ul> .Jic'j.' tNll"'I. .
-. who the other was who 1011,,"''II ,'.'.'' h CO.. Euitab1e Lifo The 24th Diy ofjiwitvf, JJ(
no not desire: but which seem to :
During a recent session of the that first day (John LIU). nor do,... Lut. 1 llllorl.tL \ U.. 1'rrepsu4n aM...
House of RpDrpl I ha ve been tacked on in the hopes tell the name of the M-eond w ho walked iii 1 AfJVRHEYS-AT-LAW, o .syrwserruis..s. aasd ./!......
PntativPM. th'it body : Emwaus Luke Will iirai'tlrvln all the court, -tale ami n.> at ill 'Il! beirl .l Ii. .I.....
that the bill would, blindly pas-Ptl ( U.IIS) nor ilix-s J.nt ; F.lrral.pedal fiu-ilitim for examining ami (1-. J M. B.\II"1if't
sitting in
!l Committee of the whole: on tell the name of the young man who Ihl .-rwtinif. ( IHIH titloj.W i of Now York :N II. W l\ICh.lir K and
1 t. the State of the Union. Hon. Kober one wrong: righted and a couprse It away naked (Mark xiv 52). but an in .al e h.."", lowil our \. eol 'Him !titit.-h iifluetnv I trf

,, W wo ou<*8 committed.As thew M> doubtless In the other the ..!i/ll i r northern liuxlumfrom tb.- Lake W ui">b 1M ct loll or i ---- -
: Davis representative from this pnrt uC l>a Cu.ipty should IH re-
I the law is the conceal hlinst'lf Have we tearI I ii."Not .<.. tuned either to our 1'iiuit illf .Miami iillicr
I now, large: publishing t <>r ; OTICE FOR I'UBLfCA
district, took occasion to I of Gal mill ill IJj'ote Over N
give th secret n -" Il <>l x10 \ 's's rccche proi'tr attention.

11 1 Republican party a scathing on their houses and the: news companies and are we like her in song. 011.1 I' Tltull\.IIIe. Br"\'llrll l'OUDIY. nn.l Miami. Da.le LJIMI OFFM E n IJ %u"LU..1

bad faith in can send all regular publications I 16. e\er invitiuK our Ltlouil n to H. I County. Kluriilii. 11/.21-\17 I $15ooooooo.ooInsurance J..II', :: ,
respect to bimetallism 1. garden that lIe may find us "bet u| art ft.r --- -- \< tire U T-by (>*.' that.i ..
I referring to Senator Wolcott's to dealers at regular rates and the Himself (PS IT, i KAMi W. POPE. D. C. CAMPBELL." l.alll..II'.11I 1 r ha* nittl B, lKci< kkte*.
report to III .> tiual >PX | lo riml tIf".
I > ani$>
I I of failure of success of the Monetary local dealers can retu.u all unsulilpublications 11 And when the Pharisees saw It ptWt.: & CAMIMtKLI: *. ..flew hut a ild |ir....' will i. ii4 54iz
4 at the same rates, but they said unto His disci] it*. \\hy iiin'tt Cin-u.t Ci'urt. at Juno, n.,. IS ..,
Commission sent to Europe, your Master with publieann and .MIUUT..' 1*!,$ vii :-k
the Loud Bill while .' tin. it A fTURNErS AND CuUWEiLUHS 4T LAW. >h<->mui PQIed.
wherein he sacs : : ontiuuing la not the way of the windom <>t tFi During Cunniff "I .!<.
regular rates to the big publishing world to have much to do with those mIn ; Ill EIl-.t Bay Street Md. -n.'" .'.. fiirtbi NXD-I No. i. ttt.'}.
; 42 N.. It 43 E. .
"We were a'so somewhat embarrassed their set or drib in bociety I an I S-5-D7; J-V K.SONVILLE, FLORIDA. 1897. lie $
houses and nets companies, deniesit I nmnm tilt MIowlHK wltMMAi"
7 by the statement of writing this lesson a. 1 cross the sea In m I II II" i-oniliinoii ie-l
representatives to the local dealers, but require: Japan to China and there sits in the Main! ....iil luiiil. \Iz: Kf
I of the New York bankers inEnKland thu > hall with me at another table a >DUI' IV IflILM. It M K. Nn..er. of Lak.. Worth IUfc -'
lI1 to pay full book rates or. ir II. :\. w. wtu. ",
ho sought access to the man of Japan. a graduate of the linn; 'r... t! JI.s' .Yo I > IlIIihuus.e. 'if P.lnl] B.-b.fli .
I other word makes w
English officials and assured them; it cheaM.-r| foi university u strong Hudtlhist who HIM- : PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON E. X Dtiitk'k. .. 'lilt

that sentiment them to return un( old |'ublicationsby that the tvuehiUKa ol the Butte ma) I Inece.oaq lie 2.1 J. M IlAffCO,'"
any which had for I for UIlI'''' an'l KrHileQre ne.ir Koyal Poinciana I : Life Insurance in
but the
some ton hinp ol
merly existed in the I than by mail-s< > _
!' United States express possibly Buddhism suit him better for the are soluucb Hotel PALM BEACH. ii-i-97: --- - _.J

in favor of bimetallism was dead; I I the t'xpr'l'lSI'Icompauips are iu favor i more. profound III hisestimaiion ; force ofOver WHEN in Jacksonville be suM t:

that the mission was sent solely as a the Loud Bill. 13 But when .IcsUs heard that Hesiudf IE. \\. PUGII, 31. I)., i it our Old Friend, who WI

sop to a few far Western Republicans The feature of the bill that vtrne.. onto phyUn them., but They they that that be are whole silk need nut It.I.dilhcui I.-I PHYSICIAN y..u with" Bargain* in '

; that the country generally favored more borne to us i is the one that allows 'or a learned man to think himself I AND SUkGEON. Dry
the gold standard, and that the I the Post Office authorities to mteli.-tuaily sick or for a moral 111.111 Re Office in rear side nf Wmirk'of olive% bruit Mreet"turs.aidt'neew..t .' .. : 950000000.00 tif'UIs' hii iikbliigt. .
himself Doom ''''' '
to think!
i President of the morally sick but unt.1
United States South of l'l..nuuili'UUe.. D. SINGhR, Man |-,
1 shared this view." require: count ry newspaper editors to one Is convinced that he la sick he will III'tS 3e -:'5 JI" WE...T I'VLM BEACH. FLA.R. I And Hasa II Bridge -trcct Near Bay

, < i sort out, do up i and mink their mailto t> apt to want a physician The nm.oruv I I .1'OoQ1 HI K.ONvltur.Bargains .

I And alo to of Jt'01,1| are whole in their own l.IJWII I
Gages the different -
t plan cities towns and tion and going about to establish their, it. 1"01'1':11.: i. u., - .-----
I! of relief for the treasury, Representa ates for w Each it is destined before own righteousueab (Horn i, :3) and it is .

t' I tive Davis only the Spirit God who can COnnlll..r I Slll'pln."JOzel' in LaM
says delivering it at the Post Office; in 3-2.U:! PALM BEACH M ,

, "I assert that those who dictate other won't it makes what is. now sin i tt.and b) show the need of a JMIMOUT 1.1..hn _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I At from i1 to itt pril.... Oft .4I4uiIi

the policy of the Republican party the route agents': work obligatory 13 But go ye and learn what that J.A.J I'UCiU, luci a. d fruit l9nula fur Mk I aa'e
I those high in its meancth I will have mercy and not sacri : $4S.OOO,000.Strongest ward lots .., fv> per...re darlaf lIIt PS t
councils agree with on the day Th..teI .
country newspaper editor, instead flee, for I : d arc 0II1.a1il1'ford 5
: aai not collie to call the ri.M DE UTIST.( !
Mr. Lautana. ami kmiwu '
Gage. I assert that the a Ihv litrpolu* *"
and its party of upon the postal agents.: e ous. but sinners to repentance This IK frown a'nl llriilse Work 5II't'i.ItY. L nth br.t l.n""ln the "Mr Ta'
policy s.and for the golden a quotation from Hos vi. ii. the special olTtr fur vrKctablr aa nac*.yk f*
i This is a very obnoxious feature of cnnti.t.: Ltocliln.% ...$ little I..d In ".r... lion
i god, and that the issue between of which butties that Israel pufitl up of Teeth. I I trsK ,,,
l'' di4rmI1.
i the. bill and nrikes should Teeth i rm6 per entmeuN
Republicanism and the hosts of or makeevery with pride mntmucd to oiler su nlices II" O..Il'E-ttb Hour xt acted from Uiibout(-or I'ain. I Comp'yIn Far further p rtlluLt. nqIIIIt
a religious at't, but CleiuatiH Avu '
in the cimtinui-d in ihi'ir i
Democracy is clearly drawn. ue\\spaier| : ct uutry kickaind ful ways 1 ho first sacriiiccol w huh ,. <> 72i WEST nmi PALM l'li\e St.;.\H. FLORIDA.: SAM :lkov:;. JR {(0.C.Jt."taanlJl .'-

Therefore, Mr. Chairman the Re- kick hard against it, for it i iery > read In Scripture, and \\hll'h11.' otTeii.l I the World G"tI

publican carty stands charged with \ unju-t mid seems to hawbeen by God Himtclf on behalf of mul ii,. :a I
(Gen in. ill. hhows I'. U \ \ IKL.oENjisT. I or \\' I 1JIiTC.U.P.'rsl P41w $i4 '
man s utter
false [ hl'llll"> I
in' s-'
pretenses; stands charged with put purposely to make ness to offer God but th. .InJ One Contemplating -
I anything ll l.utl L
i M.I31.vtugs.
deception; stands charged with trouble.There. UnUn.P -
bad in
mercy provides gitriuiuts ot saltation ...,
faith to a nation and when, at the are other features of the bill I by the shedding of blood for sinlul man till tJ\. II Insuring His II .:-
i I coming elections 14 Then came to Him the KIVhlKlJKIHA.I.:*M.i '
I it goes to trial be- that di-ciplcs ol I .-
are unpleasant to the least or Her
1 t fore the people it will be say John baying Why do we and ll.e I'tan I Life, I ,
conb! t ut these two that we have mentioned sees fast oft. but Thy disciples Lust lisa
l{. MOSKS.Successor
victed. are enough to condemn it. They certainly put themselves: in | uor lyAhLACK I Should Mite to the I !:

Col. Rob" knows how to company when they said..c and lh- to A. W.
express and Robert, I
we l'ailupoll our representativesiu Plwri".s. but perhaps in the muitcri.i UIuIejJj fl:

S himself i in plain unmistakable Eng S Congress to tt ork ittitl voteajraiiMthe ta..tJlIl( they were still very like! the Mianseea REAL ESTATf AVD INfJIAPjCE I Ii --- oft"

lish and the above metallic and faab'd as a reliiiou; duty In A "lIt for West Pnliu Beacli: Town Loin, alno i '-- -- - .
sentences : for I .
bill it is better to s'inVr a Wiht Palm Re n'h WJI tr Works. : -
haps had
not heard Ilia teat hin .' ,<- '
hav* the sound of prophecyringing small loss of postal revenue under recorded in Math vu 10- Is Their nn.s I I CleniaMH; !! XIT.ltPl'BLH Arciiue. near tiive.'tru.pt.:. I COUPON.i :. .51-

through them. the present law than to pass a bill take seems also to be that of giving to 3il7 West 1'lIlmle'rh.1 110rlda.j .

God instead of first receiving (rum Him \ F. Hl-KK. M 1Jlj.r
that would be : : I I
a doubtful >
revenueraiser duty instead ot grateful bert ice t'I.I. ..
'nTC1.: ..
( I II
JUPITER RESER but would unquestionably 15 The days will come when the i ThKcjiiitable Life uf X. \ .. i .Give.(
t VA TIO.V. CridcKrooni bhidl .
be. taken trom them u\.<1 VUT..4Rr I I ,.. ,.. .
work PUBLICFor .J i
injustice to a large number of then -1! ,ill) they (sat. lie 1.1 Mill :;ll'k"ol1\.III'l| Florid.i.) 4-
juotn :
In answer to a letter asking about our people and Ill) little or no :good! from Uol>l'A. for there He is both I h\-.i I the State of Florida it Large. i I I .

the Status lan aud Bridegroom I t1 Vb \l, I. i is Deed. Mortgujjes. l.ea..11 and lontracts \\IIuhllikl' tu rPI..i\'I':1/I I '
of the Free homes Bill!I to an.one. except possibly a monopoly I. u. I I Drafted exiiupli -
I John the Baptint s)>eak-. of Hilllllb '
which would jiHow the settlers on I or two. (John iii.I Ieithcr John d.Clples 5.Igf'uomu All Work Comeyam-lni Cuaralilo-llll.elally It SerHltv.| Oirrect: I .f Vour XE\V I'OLICY( H I "

j the Jupiter reservation tit enter their Kill the Loud I Bill and kill it dead I nor JCMIS' disciples knew ul tie "ffite III 'rn<)iiik Scliimk.. I i idiipleii' tu my !ie. ''I! The 1 .
t days of .,separation that Weht Palm Beacli.
land under the ordinary homestead I ------ --------.-- were to Inter\1l1' Hade I'ouiitjFlorida..
before the marriage ,

1 law. the following has been recived : the WITH TKOPICAL THISM.'MIiERvtdWne 11. ( now with Him. and there They was were no ocuiAimi h"I'I'|:| T II. LIVINGSTON I j I was born on the...........,,1IV ufI ;. ..::
Sex, clo.seending .
I r comes to a Wfaat f, i '
WASHINGTON D. C., eleven of its 16, 17 The patched garments I
years service i in and i the JUSTICE Of
t Jan. 24 1898. the interests of the Old bottles of thl'lle'CN.... si-t lonh iliHirent THE PEACE ....................................
East .11'i
: Coast of Sixth Judicial bintrict i
lbs W. WIDMEYER : phases the; baiue truth Then is i.o D.ide County. Florida I II Sun .
Florida. The changes and improvements patchwork or mixing ot Office in I I I
MY DEAR SIR :- I up and Ih" Mat-ey Bl.>ck. I I I

i I am in receipt of your communicationof ii us iig 'hat time it would in Christ the Lord he is a work new cre.it If ion any man The Uin 7-29"97 WEST t'ALlIlE.dn, Ft. \. I X.i in**......... .............................. '; I .. .

the ijth inst.. in relation to the "Free take a big book to tell of, IutW I mind. or natural man i.. not bubjcit curi.u I.: M. D. L. I I

Homes Bill" which passed the Senate at h have ried to keep up nith th..11III.I. j I the law of God and never ean l 1Jl' in "ur DODSON. .\.1.1 r,''''''........................ I
: flet! >h or natural mail dwelleth ...........
the extra session of Congress and and shall continue do no good I
is we'haieevn Your-
10 A
now so
as Chance do
; thing (H Cor v, 17 Kom via 7. vii j )u'l.!'; to (
pending before the House.I more faith in the) la.tl'lJl1 'h) To become a Christian I,; to reciive I

am heartily in favor of this Bill and t in from a boH 1111 who ia m no one Miami ----- I
general and in West: I'alm as thu') Florida.UNDERTAKING
shall do all in are born into this world
my power to it even JousChrM FRANKLIN
get through -2"'S.
Beach 'iuiis.
and the Lake I
section[ the Sun of God GRO.
the House. I will (John I. 12.1 John v | ----- I II O. l'TLER
keep you advised of ?i ------ iICUVEypj'; '; &
i in particular than we h tveever had j Then to live Christian tile is to renounce ..l BU 1'1,1':1: (. I;
the of
progress the matter. the old. and let the new vcsncl. the _
before and shall show III. III.
we faithbv
our ,
Very truly yours, I nature in us when we receive Chri.t. I- tNlJ CIVIL JGINtEHY
ROBT. our works. filled with the spirit; of God Garment- '11110"% 01' t\ .... .. .,. ,
W. D.\\1s. lit .I.
I and win l.a'ul "':tall.\ ., ,
> both
niamai II-.Ii.I.I..1
similitude GEO. 111..1. o
H. aui,1
And under date of January 2.S. At the council meeting a week a:{0jHe I proving.both ffanni-i-.ts enough am: MALTBY. lug ansi ei.tIuslaiillg'elect lug aui.1 flub..r\:rus1iig Iii this.""il', luw" I lur.at. !'

('*il. Davis writes u uill. ending his last night C. O. Livingston was guen: I! wine in abundance for -ill w ho w ill coi ... 1..1 II.IIO Rlhl .'ur..1.. \\"urk Cuultraiut.st a "''''''11111.\. 1'lIr"'l III'T
Him <'lIliul. .
to I)
i Wine !is sugf '>tive of the .. 11.\ luau) ru'st4 .. \111',0. ,
letter as follows : ". am going to ti!<,1 i permission to move his old \6oul..n'buil.hnK with wmch He would have Us tiled. j( i, Care and \\1.\' "1..1l1t.1'. t'hol"" .It I'ruuss 1111"0rI..o -
EST 1"\\1
iu j from the Whilldin lot on Clei: iHis;, own joy and the garments v\t. Embalming ofthe Dead \ I.M ln :.\I.n.FI..i. IS I'rl_
everything !
_ oiy power to bring I buu 11'7.1;;
atis avenue over on oue of h's II*n lot- !, the life made maiuii by the joy ti Itt. 20 Years' Experience. --
about the |passage of the Free HomesDill. I, The inward I.-'I : \ Is.
be iliit
must right U-loiv B\
I next toJ. F. Oliver's on Banvan street I the :
It is now before I' ward can be right :Mier ---- ... .Bt-Hsllnp.
u Committeeof provided that he will enclose it.vith' sav. > hat the i* -

the House nnd I shall go More i brick and root it with meUl inside: '! ties holding the wine are the men vveurii ,1Funeral Supplies in D :II u;.. tLRiIiEkC. Msnaer. H
sixty dj It uoriuuntsben lie hmcoinpUi, Stock. FIRST.CLASS
is to be hopt'l that Mr I'"
that Committtee in advocacy of the: Livingston do thisbut think h.11,111 sesaion ol us then it w ill be mamtest 1:, ... 'ew TOXSORI.\I. WORK. Viork
bill. and through is that -tats ki.igdonot .. FO""ilurI'-E., ,
tear down the I'r. tblll
building or sell u instead 1, uo" T..I.r..h ssrustqry :; ?'sat
U not meat and drink but hteouaHubB. "I"r" H ssi I'ahll and cit-an
tw"'h. .I..rid..." Shop under. Seminole Hotel, Ij

PamB.acit Flu

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FRENCH "OLD GUARD" from Elba was led in the crisis of the When visiting Jacksonnlle

battle the brave.by Marshal Key, the "bravest of I eall on.._. +n. E. G UBE DEUERIX. HARDWARE I Ia

NAPOLEON'S ELITE FIGHTING CORPS The French veteran quoted above J. A. CRAIG & BRO. .

AND ITS LEADER. BE3SIERES.Ur tells the story of the Old Guard in tbeir FORMEN'S
last cast for the throne of the emperor. L'

.. U. OI4 0......- udtaiF eta A'ralle- He says: "From all sides, over the FURNISHINGS. and Crockery

.......-'I..s. f|..r Old ......... thunder of the cannon, over all the tumult We arty the Largest line of
lfc. Itrk .f Ik.G...... ,Arml. of Fr&ae, the cry was heard 'The guard is Hats andNegligee Glassware Lamps and Lanterns.
coming I' Tea the guard was coming at
yrijtht.. 1-. bv Anvrloan PTMW AMOcUUon. last. We could see them in the distance / C.I1 OPL.W .1 All Kinds of Boat Coods.
: Uuuk n iu r..rvt'd.J with tbeir high bearskin caps, Shirtsto Stoves Tinware,Doors,sash and Blind
-, APOLEON'S be found in the State. Sole for
advancing in good order. Agents
G lUDIC and All Kinds of Fishing Taeklo and Sporting Goods.
"Those who have
never witnessed the Knox and Youmans Hats.
Nara broulb In. arrival of the guard on the battlefieldcan Gasoline Stoves. Blue Flame Kerosene Oil Stoves.
. to existence that never know the confidence which is Evirrtt;: Block. 229 W. Bay Street. '- Harrison Rp s' R.ady Mixed Paints.
; ( Ji aKniti' inspired
by a body of tried soldiers, the:
j el'IIOldit'1'Ii known -
kind of respect paid to courage. And --- -
; M tbe Old Guard now after terrible massacre, after the
i of France. All repulse of furious attacks, on seeing the

'1 since great miiea Prussians fall back on our flank we I Three When you realize that there are :BRELSFORD :BRO .
said 'This is the decisive blow. And
+ contained we thought, 'If it fails, all is lott.' For 300 Cups of Tea in One Pound
i# fighting corr* which strove to emulate This OneCent.
washy we all looked at the Real
i tbe prowew' (,f iho-e far famed re..nen. guard as they marched steadily up. of Gold Camel Ceylon, Tea -and Insurance
The bUory of tbe Old
Guard nowhere "It was Key who commanded them.
i finitely given, ii otuetbiug like this: The emperor knew that nobody could And lit the retail prier of 90 wit p r P'\l1D11. You get over
Wiw13hn.ral the Finest Tea fur "t'llt. It must tipcomp Palm Beach, Florida.
fconaparte took tbe fit Id I lead them like Ney; only he shoull Thrwfupsof nll (
with the civic title uf first consul, the have ordered them up an hour soomr apparent that it ii is tit.,'It..alJt'> body of toldier answering to the hon.-e- I Then we should have gained all. Bet you simply wrong yourself if you fail to {get it. Notary FublicCottages to Rent.

hold guard of all royal and imperial the emperor looked upon them as Lii We of Mug the first house in t'loridn to sell this mitch-
ftruiii-i when led ty their monarch took j own flesh and blood. If he had bad Have 1 listen. l'ea| *> take note, that, where we lend, 6.1.97 l'o>t-OfHce Building. North of I'oineUii Hot*!.
tbe name of Conialar Guard. Following i them at Paris five days later, Lafayetteand Honor others will follow. Ju-t at nretenf.. our htore is the
the old nutmn when he became emperor the reef would not have remained only one i in the State whereou. can ret it.
a Mill larger contingent: gathtretlttroand long in the chamber to depose him

Unard.him and The wai known as the In.perial .- I This was why he waited so long resending Gold Camel Ceylon, India, Tea. SAMUEL STORER GEORGE H.CHASE. KILBURN POWERS.ESTABLISHED .
Old Guard wa ul them in. He hoped that Isey
Ways part of the Imperial Guard dFrance would sucweed in overwhelming the ..... --'L. W. Burkhardt Bros. 1865-
but when it acquired its rperiul enemy with the cavalry, or that Grouchy -
unit it waj for reaaoa.tbatdiatinguirb would turn, attracted by the souu-1 Finest Groceries.
td it as the elite corps of .'rluce.lapo1eoo' of the cannon, and then he could tLd S. b. STORERCo.

wars were to dettrncthecf i him in pLce of his guard to Irtuk 00
French nildier that the Iu.ui.al
Wellington's front; because he could
Curd had to le reunited and the
always ret lace 30,000 or 40,000 couj-
battalions, jtalous of the bard Latvia Wholesale Commission Dealers
moo soldiers
ly' conscription, tut to
did Dot wish V> hare them with i Miami, on Bay Biscayne, Florida
; have another such he
guard must
notice fresh from the plow bent,' Ii at 25 aud gain 50 victories,commence b.d! Hotel t I MI ialillThe Mast Southern Railroad Point in and Shippers of all Kinds of .

pew ccrpg called the Young Guard bmiIB I what remained of the best, moet soliJ) tbe United States
time a m-ond Young Guard, the tlr-t I and the toughest would be the guard. Lobsters
Accommodations for 200 Guests. Hotel Homelike and Comfortable. : :
taking the tame ol Middle Guard.
"It came, and we could see it. Ney ,
the of Napoleon's veteran dewrit.d I and several other generals marched inv tr-16.97 -->. rRAHAM. Prop ieior.Holmes .
the Old Guard in language \\b Ida,
though flowery, a* becomes the theme. 13t --- -- -- -- -- -
Coincide with all that ha been bawled : Fresh Fish i :

dawn carding this unique 001' ti. he: aker & ,
aid: "The oldiers of the Old iud
wm nearJy" all oil peasant, torn tt- t ,
fur the republic men 6 feet 6 HUM* : : Turtle
la height thin and well built who UJ
held the plow for and tbattuu eeeeeeee
Afterward they were levied with all I Cotton Seed Meal and Fertilizers
Particular Attention paid to consignments from Florida.
the rat of the people and went to i tr-

many, IlulUud. Italy, Egypt Poland. II ill. Porn Oat. Fl"ur. Fred, Hrit.. and Meal 1l.18-\f1 16 Fulton Fish Market, NEW YORK
Spain aDd Ku*>ia under' Kleber, hut UI)
and lamas first and under Kdpi. iu
afterward lie took special care of ttu W IJ Materials-
and tin. i Building ... ;
paid in liberally. They regard
them*he* u the proprietor of au i ..1&njw I, T. V. CASHE

farm which they most dtt< ._J ,
Lime. Itrirk, Vineiit, and IMasterni Hair.
fond f ur.:" wont and more. This tlAlJ':
ed then consideration. They were oe- fc>
tending their own property. Tbt'11Ht Tough on Flies '- .Manufacturer of and Dealer in

longer knew parent, relatives and ruu Guaranteed 10 Protect ilorsex and l Cattle 3IIin..t. Flies.
ptriota They only knew tbe t'millwr.

U* waa their god. Aud lastly they 1wt 1/ 9-18 97 Ofliee.. Main and Kay !Stv, Jacksonville, Florida. YELLOW PINE LUMBER

ftdopted all the with king of them Rome and, who tot.npix.rl was tainherit

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and honor them in the ir old age.

"Nothing like them was ever wt'u. -m''i@n!!! !'.!I\! @!ixS '.Y S) S'S"S@
They were wt accofctomed to man'h, udrea b l .And Timber. .
their line load and lire ,
to au 1eroM
bayouet that it wa done mechanically
in a mea uro whenever there Will I OYSTERS it { i Mouldings. Turned Work. Fancy Scroll Work,
B....'t1.'bda they advanced carrying Pickets, Lath, Orange and Vegetable Crates.
arm, with their great cape, their
wbit waiktcuat and palter, they all _t Are excellent eating when you can get them FRESH. That is the Jacksonville Florida. 10.38.97The :
looked just alike. You could plainly ,
.- ....... only way we have them We get them fresh! here Every Day from :
that it the of the
are w a* right arm em-

pert wbkh wa coming When it was ..... ," ..oJ..., A the finest oyster beds in Indian River,and open them to order any I --- .. -
laid in the ranks 'The guard i. going .. "-'
lu IUUTV.- it war M if they bad said, 1:11'\ k .. A iIIAI.t.K.front. i* way you want them-serve them on the halt-shell or fill your order -

The Lattla u ....iutd.' We ((aid Me nothing tut the :j? for a gallon or a barrel. Call and see us at the City Dock. Sonthorn Fuel and Supply Company'ooltlli&le
The name of Marshal Dessiere i* guard the rutting ; & the umi-l.it
linked in gluey with that of tbe Old the ends a if the wounded wire all -
:-\\ And Retail Dealer ID-
ituard. lx* ir** wa tblt'Illpauiou of orgutteii. Let the lull did not last long; j GARDNER'S OYSTER HOUSE
Uurat, the butler when be setout ,
uHiutry Tie LiiKli perceived aa well as we
fur lari in ttartb art ad\ruturv in that this "118 to Le the decisive blow Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement
1'/0. Uxh i uli>tfd in the Coubtitutiouftl and battened to rally all their forces to : FRANK C. GARDNER, Proprietor.
ftl / tdruvd to dt.feud the houm receive it"Tbe I I dog Shingles and Laths.
Dodd ii Louu AIL taitbful to the attack BOunded and our cannon t. ,

king until tbe end llt...irrts eiittnd begun to thuuilcr. All was quiet on ti H !'!- '!> "'!'!' !"!'i'!'!" !'!'!'!" n'!' '!\! !' !'!'!'! !!'!,n.!. !"!.!'! .(
the republican army* raptaiu and iu hillside, tbe rows of English caunii Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick. i
Italy "-toU the heart (Napoleou ly pal wire deserted, and we might bate I I
Pantry to tattle lie Na. Kieu command thought they were all gone only as tLe i
art a |uktd tltA11! <>f the C >UM lur klll kin caps of tbe guard arose alo\e : I e* house; be accommodation 01. the

Guard wbub always attended Natxtleon the plateau the or HI volleys of tl.itwarutd AL FRESCO HOTEL I I Ea>t Coast; table first-class, and every Office 408 West Street. t
iu prt.4l. Mud lu time rtwe to for us that they were waiting for i a n\riiicnce and comfort; hot aud cold I
brat (>f the Imperial tiuard. .\I Wa, us. Many of our wounded retired at baths; modern improvements, in center of the famous pineapple section i ;; close
gram l ti.i. re's liad bin btrx killnl uDder thin moment and tbe guard adxauud, to the Inlet; fish and ojsters in abundance. 10-2VJ7 Jacksonville, Florida.
him and wa 111ft.."U with MUU vukut >- 't't'ping everything before it, but it
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Mutt be lay (4i the field u* t lied cluecd up more nail wore diminished tV- -- ---
..... Afurward 'I.lt't.u| Mid to lilt I try uiomtiit. lu 20 minutes every officer Terms Moderate.
"1U &..U w hit h strut k you dun u tin w wad dismounted aud the guard b..It- J. L. JLN 4:N. 'rv>prietor. "New Process" Blue Flame Oil Stoves
bars frtou all sty tiuard. Return thanks. ed Ufore mih a terrible fire of WU.-lH.
fur it It ought to t4t dear to you. ry that c-'tU Wt', 200 paces in rear, could JENSEN, BUEVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA. I
l Mtan-. led the guard in all it* not biar the bournta of our own gn. .
6r l>* ai* fail latopat Jensen when visiting the Indian It.-". II-6-q; !
nVttvM tat lit* and waMitmd to lit t* "At last the whole army iu front, 011 I Standard Light'g Go's Vapor Stoves
Dot alum iu -Irilliaucy t.f thuittnUMtuuiid -. tbe tight, oil the lift, with the cavalvou II I
tattaluitik. IbeuiKht Ui nthelaiiletf the Hanks, fill upon us. The ti. r
liuriliuo Na: |
1Jert' anal txdnd him todutnUttfruu I men, could not with>taud the chaise The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.E J II N'i\er. Dayton J C Frink Stuart
the pntate iwlertal.turrs li II eda They fill bulk slowly, and we fell Lut k W 1' Shr\ock' Nee Smyrna M E Gruber West Palm Beach
)*' ratiuulI (,t llMttlt anti rue to the alert dl' t'nuwg ourselves with luusket Frank T Budge, Titusu'lle M B Lyman, Lantana
nieu.Ur uf the guard. I and bajoiitt.biu Edward Stiling, Cocoa Stranahan & Co, Fort Lauderdale
aud Geo F addiion & Co, Eau Galhe Jordan & Spivey, Lemon City
1Uliuiiruu of Najuleon to\\ we reached the edge of the SUDLOW Gen'l
LI"I Manager. Hodgson Bros. Eau Gallic I) R Knight, Lemon Cit\
mar.halit lltudley, wy that during plateau, all tile plain blow was umlojnd A Y \\' Hong & Co Fort Pierce Frank T Budge Miami
retrtat fruit Sl<"*cow lt: .ltrtIi: "wiih lu daikuihs aud the coutut-u: of Geo E Coon Jensen W \V Culbertsoa, Cocoanut Grove
the Uitbful liuard. that no di>.i-i.i diftut. Ibe disbanded troops were flying Pineapple and Vegetable ertiliers'
could .bake anti uo K .w* di>Lt urn.u, korue ou fart and come ou burst'UK'k. The Raymond D Knight Co.
barred like a mttititiK "|.irit 1111 UI tI A single lattahou of the guard n a ,
hapulnu. Ibuucb the ir thoDMiul* Ud near u tariuhou e aud three oitiir .
, square Ammonia 5-6 i-r cent I Auiln'nta 5-61)'r cent. SOLE STATE AGENTS
dwindltd to huudretl. aud toils that battalions taithtr oil with one tenure I ,
.XxalUl.lrP \. cent j available V
"-5 per \.68percelit.
teemed indleMWa tbtui at rein at the juuctnoi if the route at r'lauihe- I Jacksonville, Florida.
step aud faiuiue Mud fold 1IIJIa tit t riot oou., fctuod us uiotU'iiloKs 1111 bOWl: firm Potash K s O 7-J tier cent. i I Pota-h K. : O. 9-10 percent. WI.OT

enemy tbiumd their ranks (iuiv Mrniture 111 the widest cf au iuuiidatu> ------
and the meet ap|..lliu>; sights that t\ r wbich twups' away mrthing eNe.1 Cotton Seed Meal and Tobacco Mixed in Equal
1IJtt buu.au iy't: wtre l",fore litu.eoi. Ill the hue ot one of tbe squares! btnotiNey.
.<*utly-duiuay and dt>|uir ui i firmly holding 011 while the Lrit .111 Quantities,., THOS. NOONEY & SONS.
terry .ide-thry, with tbtir wuu >n j lab cannon plow'td through his rauks I
Bru htartid leadtr, fauhlul to tL.iitrtut i iI Overrun lit last, the squares broke, and Suecul attention kite to pnva-e fnrmulas.

kiill uiaiiitaiutd order and tv'i.r |I then it was that the Lra\e Mic'bd, wbtubuuiuioued ll'IC..TrtNcn.1 t-r "l-niiiphM .! .1 ,i...* tt'. AKMSTRONG, JR., Agt-nt.
age MuyiiiK |f jly I last the L..tttii that tare hair rauk a uudtr htuinliiit the rtuowued motto "The Old Guard Commission Merchants
in "Iuart"oUlld their euiU'nr at t I dies, but never bumudtrs." and till 1
tliuuatked lu the snow, Iud brn"II, fighting fur. the honor of those elitewarriors
him the hail trai rant of fuel that Cta.I' I I of THE BARMAN HOUSE -IMPORTERS-
U Mtbered. while they vUt aUt ai. I 1... KILMER.t .
ether droiptd dead iu their foot tt|''<. I ------ and Domestic ...-'
,., ......miaded.* 1- n > opt'ii '0' \\intet Tr.ivflBest Foreign -
Retry ,....U tbtutH-ht ou our afletiu -
and stand to the minutest liu.1111 atwslel I Professor Aloiuuibtii of Eerlm, who : of Accommodations

of bdility and tlrWlIrNL hasjuactktraud his ugLtuth tutl Table test the Market Affords. Fruits and Produce
I absentminded t. u tae 00-
liie belt year, 1M3, UtNsIt.f11'' day. is try ,
hut dead w bile tiallautly reiiiuuuiteru I ca.-iou bin little sun was tra\tliug iu a Bathe in Cannzetian.Hat.
the pt.ithiuof the adtaute guard it i. tram car from his home to Lhailotteu- .... 1.1.1. Sit ft |I"*"h"'tlllll tit** I lli"'.'.

allied t\etf the Unit < burl AlouiuiMU, bunk m altbtral'Iit'II. WHOLESALE
Lnurn.army DiOt ou n'm Ct w1rd the Old l.uuid lu the IlLu.t'leb&r" to make bo much noise ui a put.L'craw I.

.at VS'kttrluo the reuuaut: II: car and nuibbed by asking hie 11-407 WEST PALM BEAt II, FLA." I J ACKSONVJLLE: FLORIDA. l.zI.fn
tltmaloedioraUj towtdthe advruwit. IUUU*.


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POULTRY. THAT PAYS !- BLACK JAVAS. i _Con.luctin STABLISHEO- -a legitimate---1814.banking basinet. I Kingsland & Comst.i --

1 tUrdy. Active Fowl That Yield a strictly commercial lines,
i II We consioVr the Llack Java the most I

I FOR MARKET. neglected Anifricau fo (N when its Market NEW Yo'
I of FloridaAT No. 5 Fulton J
merits are consider.d1' spoke recently First National .b 1

Pork Baking !!a. llern I>'?p'rethe tyihin of the great dir..:. i try uf breedingfine WHOLES ALE DEALERS IX ALL KINDS OF FIS$..,_ IItDIapla
Last Tin Tesr.ln.o
a I'lonri-lilcf ; Silver Wyaii.li.ttes. co .mending 1
ty i Indaitry-Trn tttaniiard Ureeds-Advic* them to the ambition of fancier on j uIbii

and Surr .tlolU. ,, that accuunt. The Javas are exactly the Jacksonville, Florida, tabput'
reverse. They treed almost as true as All accounts have
A recent bulletin of the I Solicits the business of merchants. ,.lantrn and fruit growers. plorida Fish
; drrm: 'itI dr :>. Just a little attention to the re- attention ing'ttia:

I. of agriculture! states tbct tVre! ere ten I 4!' oa of Lin's with p r combs and of and personal the Continent bought and sold
i standard breeds cf duels: rid in this i" birds inclined to "show the white DJlatts on England on tovo p.bte t Fms. 1H1fM
I country. These are thj Yi -lie f. :Lin President R C COOLLY Cashier. I
White Olired P--rn, lo-21-q7
Ayleslnrr. A Speeiall vtaa1ta8
White Cayuga. <\lu""o.y ( ray
fff Call, White Call, Lkcfc East Im'.iau; I, .

and Crested White. The first MX named co &he

I are considered most prr..talle to raise. I j- D. HORN tote
I 14 The two Lretd of Calls! and the Llaik I Ceraaigrzz tta BeUeite 1 a-

East Indian are lanterns, which are i ..
f t bred more for tho showroom. The i 'ir 50 EAST BAY STREET Jacksonville, Fla
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Crested White is almost wholly orna : d.hi.'
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Dectrai :!ghasbeendevelopedwith. I We sell at Wholesale and Retail. Special. Prices to :M-?'hints. Write for quo. NEWSEMINOLEHOOnly W.wil
I Il in the last ten years into a flor.ri.-bing;: 1 l I Our Mail Order Department very carefu.. ann orompt attention.tations. Ox
industry. Prior to that time tb, lm.k L Below we quote a few prices that will attract the eye cf B ream; Seekers: lei
was not considered a profitable fow I to I BLACK JAVAS Brick Hotel in Town. lillt
raise. Its flesh was never priedery I
feather and to tri
you are quite likely pet BEACH
highly by the masses. Ducks were raided I 90 per cent of birds that will scure WEST PALM FLA ; eo1tat
without constraint in waterways feed- "sa
I above 50 .
!I poiuts.Almost .. i \m i p Has recently been completed, built U 4eSOCAllnULD
ins mostly cii fish and water iuxx-ta. .51vb ..
vl the only objection that can (ft. ... THE -
t, This fool gave the flesh a strong: fishy | be raise-1 to the Black Javas is tll.t t'sey s- "': ((' ... stantial manner and elegantly fnrnigtd;'; t

I flavor; brace it was not rarticnlarly I' are I Leek This is a defect in t't' eyes I "'w .. ". ... t.1? "': on high:. ground fronting Lake Worth and commanding a waguidt'tlt,

sought of:r Lave ty: a fe1:0 were partial I of market purchasers es-pecL; !y' of I s. s :_r ed view each way nd guests enjoy perpetual breezes froji aU directiout;.[
to that class of diet. Tue dm k c.uteri bir's. Letau the feathers' { ,. 1 "':
young; pui ;
of Long Island and N< w i a.land I to show but this .... Cuisine and Service Strictly First-Class. f,
are wore likely <' .
were then producing a limited nun.bir I tion diminishes as the bird J.'II\ nld-.1 \ .-... .: ::::: Rates: J2 per lay and up. Special Rates by the Week er I j[
each season, and it was with difficulty \ :
and the color of the \ c4
('r. deep yellow "" .
that these sold with rent I C k ::::: :: i) |
were any | skin and the large meaty carcass .f the I ..:. 'S. GEORGE ZAPF Hana it
In fact, rne If the most prominent dock I Java makes it a profitai I- bird to pro- ? .114,17 .
raisers nay bu quotirt ::5 buying: that be duce fur sale dressed ly the pound. I 1. 1ta

was obliged to"i it the city nia_t ts I Tl e su.ilard requireatuts as to size er FLDij t
personally and tease the dealers to POPE & ItTcLAURIJACKSONVILLE '"
2 pur- are ten pounds for males and} t iuht : "
i chase his tin's( in order to secure any I pounds for ft mules. The plui :' eisa I I 1 :-:: \1 ... -
thing like satisfactory prices glossy black and fits the ui.iuular ti c ....
Artificial iuculatiou and brooding, I frame of the fowl almost as tir..v! as 'I :- I Fruits and Produce I 1E

combined with judicious feeding; barebeen does that of the pai.: : They are 1 ::!ly, ;) .....
instrumental in the development I fairly active birds ta-ily uiauag' ,1 1 ..in\ .-.. ..A J: ... '
ef the industry; Machinery bas enI i litl "" ; ..."." t.
I able"to rear their own ;'OUll;; with bat '"" -. -- Commission Merchants. I-
the duck raiser to accomplish his ami:.i- little: -i-tauce. We don't know of another .-. .........-.. 1 1 4.-.: e

tion of having his stock in the niarkt t- breed that two years hi me would Fancy Grades of
ti Butter and Cbe
when ]rites are the beat, and also rt show so Urge a uuuAcr if standard vj
raising; large numbers rf birds in a limited :::: Y
birds were a cock and a half dozi h us: We Solicit Your Business
spate of time. The K-USOU f: r i.us turned loose almi1 .. -.: 3
on an uriiuiuy :nan. 1, P
I ing duels is about six mouths'-from .} allowed to shift for iht'u.Mhes.Katioiiil .- :.... We 01 ly solicit the business ol Mvrchanls and wilt SoC 8U order heta
e February to July. : fctu_.man and i'ariaer.Turkejis ,5 This Elfjunt Parlor buy'Croul their home dealers. .;I'should
Duck raising is to be reconaiicndt'd _
Lump Only 99 Cts. --
to farmers as a profitable source of revtnue For )I rk..,.
and by cartful attention to the Decorated B o ll't trifle
rule do
People as a not want enough L 1. .
ED. S. = :iE
work, as knowledge increa !>s, the siipe turkey at one time, to 1.1'a ban n t Star Oil 'Heaters $x,90 and Shade IIll1lell..ilt"'m .
d of the industry may be e.rided There spread, and coiiaeHueuly L iv pick f..r BROTHERS
are numbers tf farms iu this couum today small $4.60. ,
something or nut exceeding medium -
that are devoted exclusively to rail feie.The Write for Oil Heater Catalogue. .

lug ducts! averaging from 5,000 to hen turkeys always Bell first, Machinists and Engineers

," 20,000 treks as an annual output An !I i simply liecan-f they are more suited iiisize !
idea cr the proportil us of the business
to the wants of the ordinary fame -AGENTS FOR-
may be had from the fact that as high 'e ily. Then the smaller gobblers; po. and 'y

as three tons of feed are used daily ly j'I lastly the pride of the tlllk-Ihe bi;:xe-t The Gas Engine and Power Company
a single raiser during the busy geasuu. i torn in the lot-and he usually ps at

The profits are the very best, aud a discount of :2 or 3 cents a pound less r i k Repair Parts for their Motor in Stock.
good incomes may be made when once than the lesser weights.

,4 the business is thoroughly mastered. A turkey that weighs; : from 10 to 15 b'A t
But the should Construction and Repair of Intricate Machinery a Specialty.
not jump imprudently pounds dressed is plenty lar.mem. ...ib.
to the conclusion that these re- I The don't !
people want a turkey: as big
rnlts can be easily obtained. Duck rais- as a hog, but they do want a fat turkey.It OUR SPECIALTIES
ing is au arduous task, one that requires seems to us that there is a rood :

an ajpriuticeshipand absolute deal of for in Lr' !
room improveimut t -
Repairing.... Installing....
knowledge of the business before success
ing turkeys for the market, that a lird
is reached. Those who have been Clocks, Fullyar\ -
shorter in legs and neck aud vtmy full in Gas Gasoline, Naphtha.KeroComplete, IsolatedUgbtisent |
F' successful i't r Mug ducks have learned the breast would I* more de.-irulle- ranteeil, G5 Cents. nil' 1)uiy Oil Stove \"a.'or, Hot-Air and and Pumping Plants for
the I.r..Hess much as one does another \' one that would be meaty and plump Steam Engines, and Scales of mestic use operated by 11\

,1 atl.U. The beginner should; and capable of taking on a great deal t,f i Burner.. only 35 Cents all makes and capacities. gasoline, steam or water. .<
start modestly and increase his plant as fat. Midland 1$ Nuticet" XII: While visiting m our City. l 75 "
Journal. .. .
Poultry .
cordially invite you to make rail. inventons- Models Constructed with ..
his knowltdge of tho work iucrea.-cs. UH a 3 99 "n I S ec ey and Dlspatel.Once ]

e The average farmer has all the facili, Kouoter Chungrc Color. J D HORN & CO. Ebt LE ., ----.--
1 ties for raising a goodly number of Hr. Frank C. Alvord of Gloversville.N. .. \' FLA.loSQ7 .
ducks and may with a little outlay add Y., has a White Creve-Ca'er cotk : "ut-
I I considerably to his income.It Two years ago this bird was: as Hack as 10 -t.H. Foot of Lloerty Street S Jacksonville, r' _
is liot at all that ducks
coal. Oi.r year ago he molted into a
should have a('(':"' to water to be raisedsuccessfully.
mottli bird and
his last
at molt f.e REYNOLDS & HULL
} Thty grow and thrive as I
put on a coat of solid w Lite. Only a few ,
1 readily without. There are successful I years ago we knew of a White Face DO NOT FORGET......
I plants vlure thousands of ducks are Black Spanish hen that went tbrou L WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALKRIX
raised that have no water save that
the same change antI in a similar m.iuner.
i which is given them as drink. I Doth of these: birds were coutiued '- Russell & Co.
Geese raising is not 1'0 extensively engaged -
in small city yards Iud we think the qrish 6sters ,
: I iu as clntk rabin The conditions :
I change was brought about by ii-t bt iupw'idL'd ,
I ender which they are successfully reared I
with proper food. The s>>tembecomes
are alma entirely diUtreiit than th ineivssary >eI v.. krued by too close ('uunut1ment DRUGGISTS!

I \ fur the lui-ks. Being smaller I ila[pr" r food, a lack of change and ::
tbedu.kcuu raid in a more limitMispace in borrciu iuugs, all of which aiTtcts Green qurtZe .
I- than can the guose. The latternetds I the health and the blood lacks c: lurpigmeut. WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF .:
I free range and water. The duck i We do not LdJ'e there would SERVICE
has tern proved to do equally as well I have bo a any such change had these TWTOE A ZDA.Y.We Druggist Sundries, loUd 4lti'erfumes

( without water. There are many places same birds betu allowed their liberty on catf-rcd to the he,.t irH,l J.- lat year and
1\ on a farm that are worthless fur cultivation a farm or been properly provided fur and
that could be utilized with exit 1- where are full prepre J to d. so this season. Patent Medici:
they w<.re.-Poultry ilouthly. -
lent results in rai.-iug geese. Many
I farmers profit by this and add to their Money la Green Duck A Fresh Line of Tenney's Candies.

incomes annually. There are but little Poultrymeu who make the raising of SPECIAL :ATTENTION
care and attention necessary for raising; ducks Courteous Treatment
a specialty and who have advanced and Prompt Service.
geese., and the cost of food is also proportionally I ideas are reaping a harvest from IS GIVEN TO ORDERS FROM "

small. I the demand fur "green docks'1 as a ta ti..n Seminole Block. West Palm BeaC!
lIe delicacy.: The green duck is simply "
The Supply of Eggs I a duckling not over 2 mouths old or The East Side. -- --

Not many American eggs are exported I less than four pounds in weight, that -- WRITE I-OK -- '

antI not many eggs are imporh d. has never seen! watt-to swim iu atleast. WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. 11 4.117! Wholesale Prices for Market Gardeners of i -
none except in seasons when eggs Lt 1l They are the product of the in-
run very high. The iwportt d eggs come cubators and brooders and are iiiadi Reliable Tested Seeds

1 from .\\eileu, Ceriuouy and Austria. I ready for market by a system of form Grown Especially for ,
They conic in boxes containing ht n- growth and fattening, which is the secret Florida Planting. i
drt ds cf) dozens each, packed in choppt d of the half dozen firms producingthem BURTON K. BARRS
itraw. A few eggs in this country arc by the thousand for the markersof .
still packed in straw in barrels, but the New York, Boston and Philadelphia 98 BARGAINS JACKSOX\"ILLE.! FLORIDA .

_, now well ui';h commonly used American I Green docks, alter leading, their \\holh 98 dt'lphld These dod price el.eahrre,Ire the, same a.teed.th.tareso'Ihtre- lablrerrinmrvtaNewT'I." '
egg pat:1.. ;:e is a box containing !o artificial life, leave it for the table G.11" Order the rasing .n time and C..II/bl ,,1,1, ..moun I'. ." iJenebla '
I { or S6Uozeu. .I.'het'g are packed in the with a flavor all their own. Tin y an - n fl .nn-f nn.r...r-....'....... Shipped S.une Dar Received. 10.21 9e'

I now familiar titl'.1wboard racks, which probably the most profitable dew lop. -
are called fillers. The eggs are stood on [ went of the poultry trade, for the sup ii1f' a Fall Stock of Ladies' -

y end, each in a pigeonhole by itself >K: [ ply has never yet equal the demand U.D.HENDRICKSON
j dozen eggs in a layer. There are sheets -New York Times and Gents' Shoes- ,
I i of ttrawloard between the layers, and I

I I eggs are {tacked borne five anti some ?is Scaly Leg* ID Poultry. Ladies' Dress Good our Specialty. General

i layers to the box. Eggs are most coly Scaly legs can Le cured readily. Pn Merchandise.Wholesale .

I in winter, but cold btrraje- has dune j a little oda into warm water. With Mrs. Frank icilllehere
much to equalize the price cf eggs: 1 the I this wash the legs thoroughly by thi, fora week or.so and Oils

year round.-New York t uu. aid of a stiff brush and some good s- will offer Salt I
you Special Bargains. Gasolines 76- t Groceries PaInt Clete I
I Do this daily aud after each wa.-hu: and 86' ,

Picking Duck and G-. dry the legs thoroughly and rub on :: .-1 Present with _
Ei-enj Dollar's
I The best method o:' picking decks I mixture of vaseline and zinc ointmei. worth Hats Caps Sks

and geese is to steam them. If this is I or use a miMure-viz, three ounces lIf purchased the Dry Good, Seed d s, Trnnl't

impracticable, they may be dipped iuto sweet oil and uie ounce of) sulphur. Follow

very hot water the same as chick us this up until the legs are Curl d.- Sewin[ Ma I hines Hardware

ti and turkeys but must be kept m a trifle Rural World. BOSTON STOREMRS. : __ J
longer as the feathers are more difficult
tnlouMU It does not ray to pick American Poultry Abroad. for )IIIJlU'aOdWiltilm'4.\Ctark'. FertiliZ81' .,

t them ahvo for the sake rf, law::1:" errs American turkeys, either from Can J. FRANK Prop'r. -- '?

ftatbtr the small profit c. .i 1 ada or the United States are prefern ; Anti-friction( Iron Marine Railway -

ll..1 t .. ti is lore than lust on r!. '..Iletit by the British to continental t.;: ".- Seminole Kxit-k, For Boats 7S Feet in
on Banyan Str--.-t, WKST Itongtb and Cndct-
liif blru: the result beiiif M> n. iu their tie&u btiug cou&iiiered: will; PALM BEAU Steamers -
tauif tI!.a kill as to greatly 111.1. *. t!l.r j sweeter aud higher flavor, and are 11-i:'7
tale. L'
of the ue k unpicked and the lgs and April. At Christmas large cock (u: "GladysOn

feet intact. Never tiuae ducks and! keys sell well, but at other times bn Lake Worth-

t t geea, as it leaves the akin lily and tint ranging from 8 to 13 pounds are pi.ferred. ch/lonH h IARY K-.
inviting. PATRONIZE THE I regularly h"t.wt'p L-ike XV.irth nal lacktODrit.I !! .

t. SUN JOB OFFICE I Free Delivery boat on Lake Worth

lY-197 Lake Worth, Florida.


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MRS.G. B. STEPHENS._.. Instructor
,.. teed. cycle tax in Savannah is $1.45 --.. tV.J.i'1IONE.....?.................???...?.upervls..r 1841.

Edward lUnlan Teu Eyclc, the young per Brooklyn$100. is to have ten additional J. F. LAMOND OFFICERS......... .. .. ............ \I R..lE'S TT COCOA OBEXI'H.tIS.PLUM ..InstructorA. S. B. MILLER & CO.
American otnmiui who the DiamotiJ ? ? ?Mayor ... .................. ..........
won Mipervlmir
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miles of asphalt streets. J. E. GLENN .. .................. ..... ....?......Clerk
tk-ulU at 1IlUle1lad rammer, bass J. H LIVINGSTON...?. "........ .....Assessor EVERGLADE.
plan for devvlopiiiK college oarsmen In the spring many of the trolley lines iEO H. MALTBY......... -.?...........Treasurer MINNIE M. MAY...... -.........._.._..Instructor WHOLESALE
"Vint of all," he nay*, "I would In Brooklyn will equip their cars with ED. A GRAHAM ... ...........Marshal WM. FiSIIEIL...?.... .. ..................SupeiviwirLIXTOS.

take II or 15 good ktroug fellows and bicycle holders. Commission Fish Dealers
The BOARD OF ALDERMEN. W. A. H. HOBBs................... ......iDstmrtor
in of Wheelmenwill
put tbvui training for two years inuiglo League American -...- ..... ...... ................ ................? ....Supervisor[ ,

icull I would keep them row have a membership by next August GfcO.W. POTTER ..?............. ..... President BOYXTOX.M4.UD No. 7 Fulton Fish Market, NEW YORK.
of .......... ........
tag to ingle culU and teach them all probably 150,000. JOHN B BEACH A. S. I.AMONU
J- A. STRAtt DERMAN..GEO. L. BUANN'INGiLO. t;EE......... ....?. ..... ..... ..Instructor
UMt arts of rowing that I kuow myself Nineteen race meets were held on the S. AD VMS...?.?....C.VRL S( HKEUNK!; K t HAW HEKCE.. .............. .....huperxUor Special Attention given to the sale of Pompano Spanish
Tb natural result of this Council meeting on the 1st and 3d in
training Charles River park track, Boston, last Tuesday FILM BE\C1I. Mackerel, Blue Fish Etc. .
would te to make them thorough water season, and $26,000 in prizes was given.It each month at 7:30 p m. MI.t UPEBOGORY ...................InHtruetor
BH'tt. This eoartMi would develop an iu is F:. X. DI lI.K...... ._........_.......Supervisor Reference: Pultun and l M trk.'t National Bank or any Wholesale FishIKMW
said. says the New York San
tiiKtU knowledge of every factor LiUw that one maker will sell cbamless County Directon. COLORED. in the> Uni'ed States.JTer !!.
_ANNIE ( ........ .
handling of : InHtruetor Stencil furnished ll-lK-8m
|tforT oar and hint for as low as |36 and another JOHN ti YSE..... ..... ................?...huper>is<.r on appl ration.
to get tb. beat result from them which for $50 or $75. COUNTY OFFICERS.
euinot be learned rowing in an eight.. I Wichita, Kan., enjoys the novel distinction A. E. IlfcYSUl County Ju ])!"

"AUr this preparatorycourse," con of having a street railway company ROUT.A.1.QCIMBY.R. TAYLOR. ... Prosecuting Circuit Court Attorney Clerk The Only Coffee RoastersIn E. WIXCHNUCRIana er. F. M BURST, TreasurerFLORIDA
Clod' i THI "I would
select th which H. J. CHII.UNGWORTH.... ,Mitriff.C'.HAIGHT.
does not contract
kit "llCbt tueu. The college that adopt a spasm ('. .. ..Tax A8-f>.....r the State.J.D.SR.D.GR .
when asked to carry a bicycle on its T.J IHUDfh ... .....-.raKolleito'.F.
thin plan will win racer, and record oars. J. LHIO\D.... .Trea..iir..r WORKS.
r.ill Us lowered all over the countrjOifurd RKI.YSHEEN' .. Snr\i-vi>r ETHER MACHINE
and Cambridge will suttee d. Riders of chain wheels, says the New Z. MKItltITT..._"u.t. Public InMru-ti..". ,

leal jurt M nrely as they have won i York Telegram are consoling themselves COUXTY COUUISSIOXERS. Jacksonville, Florida.

the puL It will take time, but the ell with the idea that a chain may X. W. P1TTN hainnan .....Lake Worth -. -e_ -

will justify the patience, and the otb. break and do no harm, whereas a bevel G. %V. L\INIIAKT .Pain Beset CHOTCE TEAS, ) Iron and Brass Castings.
W. J. MI'IVK .. .Co..Allinut oroT OUR
that breaks will ruin the whole \
adlEge rrrwt will have to change thei. gear E. I I.. WHITE .I ".iionCHy PURE SPICES }

1AL1k. "-New York Herald. machine and wreck the rider. w. S. TANCRE........................ ..HobeSoum FRUIT EXTRACTS J SPECIALTIES General Repairing Promptly and Accurately Done.Iron .
Commissioners meet wttBinn ---
regular on
In speaking of the hardships encountered in
DEBARRED FROM ROWING. in six day racing there is yet to be the first Wednesday in each month. Paper paper bags, butter dishes twine Building Columns. sa-h Weighs and Grat Bars a Specialty. Chatting.

found a man who has suffered from its COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. and other grocers' sundries Pulleys, Hanger-,I Boxes in Stock Saw Mandrels of 11 Sizes Furnished.

( $..... &M r.m.M Eafllth Inllel'.1 I effects. Albert Schock has ridden in 24 SrPERIVTENDFST OP PUBLIC INSTRUCTION All offees R..strdftrr Receipt of Order.

...t* FrwB a pral>.4 Heart.BapiTt til day races and is anxious to ride in Z. T. MERRITT..Lea.on City 10-21-97 SUGAR MILLSsa..
UninneM, twice winner "! I more. Tom Eck says that he does not .1 J.\"'KMN,' hltirmlln..C'o'oanut f'niviV. and End Viaduct in Riverside.
the Inamood tcuUfOl'wOi& amateur I know of one single six day rider or walk. \ U \V IIIM EY KR: ,.................... .Jupiter Office Shops at
j. W'. ISTOCK..W"tot vm\ 8pltt'h
of the world, beir to a DritUb putruneand I er that has died and he has been in the SEEDS 10-21-97 JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.

t Muf the grrnhnt fortune* in Eng game for the last 80 years. FLORIDA LEGISLATURE ...

land will never row another race lit; The cause of the invasion of this r.IIBr.R FROM DADE COCNTT.E. Fre>h, New Crop, Keliable. -------
U tttffering from what the athlete N. IMICK, Palm l'ach..Seoator
i term I country by the many European riders is R B, POTTER Palm Beach Representative
Ma apraitMftl hwba& the doctor due to the fact that have :
directly they ---- Varieties best adapted to Florida. 0. W. EYBRECHT
call cardiac rnlargrnient. The picture I no winter track in Paris this winter. State
Directory Special Attention given to the
of rat' u't manhood and ragged health ttb I The many prominent riders were on the East Coast Trade. ,

rye, this young man is debarred forUM i lookout for winter quarters, and America
Oealer in Hardware.
rest of bis life from violent exercise extended a welcome. The large EXECUTIVE DEPAllTJtEXI. Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.

d &D1101'L purses here will probably keep many of Plumber Steam> and Gas Fitter Mixed; Paints.
W. 0. BLOXII AM. GotemorJNO. r ,
Rupert Uelnnew loamy 34 old L. ,
years the foreigners in this country for two U cUAWKOKD Seeretary'fState CAMERON

Hi Is built likt a Hercult-s and has the or three years. \\M. U KbYXuLI'h a>II1JttrollerJ.UIE' The Pioneer Seedsman of Florida. Tin Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
completion of a schoolgirl lie is the uiIITKIELD .. ..Treahurcr ,
The poor novice or amateur "scorch W'M.B.LAMAIt. Attorney GeneralW.
Idrst son of Lord Ive&gh, one of the er" who cannot ride fast enough to keep N. Ml K \TS Supt. Public lubtrurtion
to the realm. lie will L. I!.WOMKWr.LL Con.. Afrit: 'ulture
peers go to thj his feet warm will be glad to hear that PAlKK'k IIOISTON Adjutant! (..eneralW Dealer in Pumps Pipe| Kitting .n'l l Oi irr
Bermudas for an extended visit-Philadelphia at the Paris cycle show there was exhibited H. MILTON JR... Survey'or-G;neral and 11.>!!-<' r'urtusninifs of Every Kind
Press. Oil:ees at Tallahassee r loruU. T. B.l'Tassa
ft foot warming pedal Tbe pedal .

is a sort of box in which are inserted U. S. SENATORS.
two small cakes of a charcoal composition PASCO. ... ....Huntiif
that burns slowly and does not S. R. M.\LLORY Pensacola 4-
has been announced that Pedlar
moke. It is claimed for it that it will
Estimates for Work -\nI'hterial l One or hnth promptly
Palmer will retire from the ring after burn four hours and will keep the feet 0. S.fQXGRESSULX.. & Bro.
Dave tiullivan in Fur- .-I >d 1-31-tf
fighting April. of the slowest rider comfortable. ROBT w. D.'VAS PxlatLa -
Slavic the former Australian S. M. SI'IKN Tampa
Paddy ,

champion heavyweight, hal according THE FOREIGN CYCLISTS. Jacksonville Fla.

to report. struck it rich in the Klon srJI'REMt, LUUltX JUDGES.M. ---- -
dike. II. !lIA R1"..... ... .. .. Cl.lff.lustire! --- --- -
I The Cyclists' Touring club of England Io' B. CARTER Associate Justice

Johnny Griffin the "Brain tree Lad." has now a membership of 44,492. It F TA LOU- .... ..

bat returned from Han Francisco, wherebe I Two hundred and fifty dollars damages COMMISSION MERCANTS.Fruit First-Class---

went to meet Solly Smith. Griffin ii -
I was recently allowed a cyclist by R. R. COMMISSIONERS.
lOt in good health and will never be for knocked
English judge
an R. II. M VVIUSOV", Quincy Fla..Chairmau
Able to fight again. and
down by a carriage. H. t,. DAY .......... .........................Gainesville Vegetables.
Charlie Mitchell through his father. Conrad P. Hines, who started from J. M. BRYAN....... ....................KlsimmeeI.HNL. JOB WORK
ia-law, "Pony" Moore, has challenged New York last September to ride to [ NELLEV JII. rtert..... ..... Arcadia. Consignments Solicited .

"Kid" McCoy to fight him at the National San Francisco in 80 days has arrivedIn Headquarters and offices of the Board at Tal-
club of London Feb. lahallS4e.
porting on --.ye."Honesty -
that city tLree days behind time.A -:.-
.L Moon will allow McCoy >|500 for At THE SUN Office.
training eipenaes. Chicago judge has decided that the General Directory and Fair Dealing" Our Motto.

Humane society of that city has a rightto Customers Sure to Get Their
Young Mewart of Liverpool has issued Money.
'I tbe arrest of carrying
cause persons
a challenge to box any 108 poundbaser COURT CALEND.IIC.SPrevth --
H babies or children on their bicycles. Established in Jacksonvillefor
in the world. Stewart! has quite Circuit.

ft reputation in England and can secure :: Belgium, bays The American Cycli-t. ( ) Eleven Years. Florida East Coast
J -I) BKOOMb. rllrmtanoge Ry.
in ---- ----
has inaugurated novelty tbe
barking for a tidy bunt He is willingto a way J. 1). BEliGa St.ite'd Attorney
Best of References Furnishe t
fight in this country. of a bicycle race. The competitors are SPRING TERM.

Another athletic club, which will cater taken to a place unknown to them and JM.H>I.I Count.. )'. l-t Monilaym Manli.Lake .. 1 -21-97 Tim Table No. 11-Ia Effret J.na 17, 189.
they are then left to find their way to a Orange 2d "
to pugilism principally, has been 4tholiifeu .. .. --
It will be known I fixed spot, the first man to arrive there -
started in attno \ Jd April.Breranl t.
being the winner. 4th Red Spanish and I
Albion Athletic club. Arrangement
Dade Ut Monday aft r llh Monday Daiyl I
will be made to have American boxer I That England baa promoted several in April. GTATIONS.LJackooavUl. No.231Deily' No-S i STATIONS lNO., Nea6No.b5

Bear in iatvnuktioual ouuteata. I novel schemes for the comfort of cyclists KALI. TERM.Oaee.daC..ontyt gancy. *fr ......._ 740a 9 Boa 12'.Jp 4Ulp L _"niniIimon .._.._..... Oual S 25.._..._. ...
Frank Craig the "Harlem Coffee j is already known, but the latest plan for Monday in comfort is the formation of a company 2d tb'AutrU"tlle. ... boa IO"i.a. Laid'rtlale..... 6Oral; ." ...... ...
Confer, has deposited $500 with the ,- -1.o'1. :: bodun Mirror of Life to meet "Kid"McCoy. I With a capital of 1150,000 to provide Lake 1th PineappleSlips Palatka.... t.. ... 955allSOatSOallSsa ..... .... Lan'ana ...... :& ... ....... ..
supplies of palatable refreshments ut VoluHU Sd Nov. P.l.tn.lu.lU 4Ja .. ..1..... A V Palm Beach lOl aJa........ ...
Craig Is ready to box the"Kid" Brevurd. th .. -- L Palm Peach Inn.. .6. Ja lU ....._ .. ..
10 round at 158 pound for 3.000 aside I moderate rates along the most frequented ta\ 4th Monday and Suckers I AEanMateo..1240p1240p.; .. .... Royal Pomciana .. :!. 1U4a': .............
Ut Mnn< after i he
cycle routes. L ban Ittateo..s b U a .. ... ...... W Pam Beach as ...... ...
and the best port offered in England in Nmemln-r. I .. West Ju.i"r.: ... Ilia,...... ...... ..
or America.Suntoo "The elegance superior workmanship For ';ale, of the pinlo"nit \ ieiAhhttkit -. vie LEAst Palatla. ...... .. .. Hoi*bound ...f L.a'. ..... ...... ....
U.S.LAXUOFfICE.J.M. Porto Hi,.". LOrmODd..IU4.a.. .. litpU5a ...... ..::.. .. Moan ...... "& ...... ...... ......
<< Abbott, who came to America and finish of American bicyclesbare 44 Dayton*............ llop: ...... ...... JeDro ............. pia ....... .......... .
avwral an the representa made their pre-emiuenre so apparent c.-\m'o .... It''jCi..t..r Smooth ( -"I'nnl', Port Oranfe....... ....- : ............. },;.Ieo ........... lulla .. ... ..... ..
years ago N. I). WAINWUIGHT.. R-r.. .lOfhienat Fryiuiisn .wE'lDJrllA..1116a ...... .. ... Fort Pierce... .... .11;a'a 12 37 p ...........
their QI1..n.Riple
&lightweight champion of England. that in spite of higher cost rlnrida. [ Hill........... .. .............. ht. Ltl.-le. .... f IU4;.:& .... ...... .. ...
has retired from the Abbott in at they have found a ready market in tier- UmneMille j' Qut-pn GoldenAntique. Qneetu Itujville... .. 12 fop .. .. .. .. >eki3liaa; .......... 11 ; ..... .. .
nug. abroad." So writes ------- PIl l&.......... .. ... ......,...... )!...l lUrne.......... M .hap 2O2p ,..... ......
prrtrut in Providence., where he ia engaged many as elsewhere (lOFT SIGXAL SERVICE DEI"7. white e. ... ..... ......1...... w F:1r Hulhe ..... l-'J'p 2 lip'...... ......
boxing instructor. Abbott Thomas E. Moore, commercial agent; J. W. CItONK... .. ..... ... .. '>l sereroWrvatory } s'rnanlbnco N edg.l3u'ia.... 1155p ...... .... h'o'k ede Ho'l. U5p glop...... ......
as a Munich. Fau(.slue.... ...... 1 Sop .......,...... .l J<.. .. .......... I ..|...... ..
baa figured! in 300 battles since he arrived of the United States at at Jupiter Inlet. KllVllIr ........ 144 ...... ...... 1'1' \ .iut.. ... lb.p ... *............
in America.r ------ Early ili'Ihcrv ran In n.adtart nf he ." Jftdbour'na......... ...... ......1...... 111"Ifck-"i e_......... 2Usp 3' JW. ,....... ..
Ablaze His Wheel. fruit Irlllll thin riiintjitioii Inivini .been 81 Lncle..........f ...... 1p.' h. ... 24Tp ....I...... .....
on GnVT LIGHT HOUSE ERVU. picked Fort PUrco.. ... 80Sp .. ,... .. \e"v Uyrn& ...... 3 Up 4 ......
.. ., BM U.,.... Frank Taiton of Glenville while returning Liirnt lion!' at .1 upper inlet.JANF.SA.AItMOI'R last monthl>|>ly tn Eden.. ............ ._.... 12p.. ....'...... "lurtOraage........ 3asp. SSpl...... ......
What her of the kings from this villa. Jauhenbtoart.............. ...... ....... ..... Dayton ........ alp SOlp........
.uoea racing on his bicycle i K..rJ. C.C. MATTHAM3.Florida ..... ; ...... ...... Ol'wulill ...... lOp iillp. .... ......
after their prowl days are over? Horse I recently, met with a peculiar acc lhnt. A. WlLI.S M As.i-tant Hobe Sound..I.. ..... 4p....... ..... --- -.4 -
which worth thousand of dollars unaccountable J.'A. l'-NE- "d rt"MHiiniDISTRICT Pineapple Company, West Jupiter....... .......7 ...... .... A San M't'eix ._.... _. t Sup 'OrifiOOp
are I Through some manner ----- 4 45p. ............ LOlln'ILteo. .. .. 4 Mtp 4.
vani.h from the public rye in the course f two boxes of parlor matches which 1.0 5-21-97) WV..i Film Hei.h.I'- tW.PalmHeach. 5 up ...... ..... -- -.- -
of and never became ignited SCHOOLS. I' Ol..IPoIII'L n.. f lop ...... ...... A Fa':i Ka.. I.. ...I 65p. ......
Unto the -
ordinary person j carried in his coat pocket w.I'IIlmicl&Jh..... 6\Jp .............. LPalaaxa. I I..... 51Up, OU.p74op .. .
again b *rs of them.A while he was rapidly coastiu'ji e LantllnL. ... ....... ...... ,- .r
I bnr. usually begins its career iobulenian hill He did me LEMIIN l"lTL -top.. ......... .. ...... ............. East PaakaA .... 5p :tJJI.! ... ......
ratty down the .1't.L&i1d.rda.1....... ...... ...... ...... '-i Ansr s:me... ... 641p 711) ...
.I ............................. .
K \li-Hu.\\I ) Prm ipal
wb' 1 old cud its racing life is l.n .. ..... ...
u year : see that the flames were leaping up MISN M. A. 1..lnx.\LI........... ......*wii llInl Lemon City._:. ._.... .. .... ...... .._ 1 I. :-' A' .ms ma ._ aa.'ip IlOua 2e5y
I Hi 4 K. L WHITE SuiwriN.r A Miami f50p 11 u'p' A.In.'kunlie. 12 uu 8u&p
of withdrawal from the turf is five he could not aud there vas St IF.agblafun. T; i.us < op un tmtnai. I I tl ;u-iatiou. Trains sop on 8 KtlIII.
wheel Hop
!i rOT''D.1 H. '
Train do not top a s'atiuts where time is) Tins d. not atop lit stations Mher time ia
j years The ordinarily good race horsoAM i a good rued blaze in progress shin huj L F. kll>' rK: .....liiMrnlor.R. not shown. \I'* > "wn.
have sociable fate. Handml the bottom K. FRAZIEK.. sU''f\iorNEPTTMJ. Train ;:;1 between Jacksonville and Miami TID .Ci between St. Augustine and Jackonrdally
1 n< j reached ,except Sunday n"e.' 'II!v.
of woruuut racers are bold tel i i A few rods farther on was Satkett's Train 35 between Jacksonville and Miami Train:{ and ft, St. Augustine and Ja<'kaon.

eabtuo... others used hack riding i swerved the wheel to tilt MISS IRENE RICKARDs ..InstnictorH felly. rile clmlv.. except stmrtav
are as pond. Taxtnu ........................ ................ ............ Supervisor Train 37 between Jacksonville St. Anifa, T am .t-u COMPOSED EXCLUSIVELY OF
bur** and M4ue are exported to South I right.: pa-.MHl through the gateway and Hoe daily, excetit M ..ndav ?i'Li.MANC.HCOM11tDBXCLUaWELYOFPULLMAN -

Antmca India or Australia. Tbebubmkru plashed into the pond-fire, wheel and Mlts. W. A. II IIUBBs. PITHf............. .....I MM mi.t..r .... OABb. : !:T.u'v.HIM.o.i.i",1.,i tHen>rn-(ay.:Miami sad St. A'nntine
down bones have often been put I alL The water did its work welL Bar 4. A. \ll\lol suK-r iNir Train BO between Jacksonville and St.Aneu. 'l'tain.a between Miami and Jacksonville

to tit* rougbwl of farm work, and a I j ring a searched side and arm and n BUFF 'lad_
baker has tarn known to put.'"* a thor ,j ruiued suit of clothes he is none tbi- ANNIE. MrTCtLF: : .............._.InMruiiorA .GiveThe ANDd& .b

outfhbred which baa won several important I worse for his al1'euture.White Plain E IIK1-KU ...... ...SupervisorMIIA.
.. ... a2J4..t..... ...d '
HmBin u..c.
tw B sad Urauce a itt 1.1w.eu MJs.aiu.
,.... Extremely docile, this light i (N. Y.) Argus. V.\\ .. .
of other days placidly a"".ut* in delivering MISS| IONFJIIUEV.. ...............? In-trui.l..r.H I.2-"+

but bread morniuKM. It has bet.ufou.1 I A Gear of 8,418 Inches.I |Uil--h. KOLh\ SupervisorWEST ---8TATI03T8.- ', No. If Yo. PTATIOX3. INo. 2NaJ|

injn.Mble to tram racehorses for I A bicycle warranted to carry the rider : .....PALM. P.KICII. LvTKew Smyrna ffi.:! ..1 'Ills' l.ipfV rang'. City! Junction ...... IH Lip 4'>";>p
cirrus purjio*, but iimMoiiallj they one mile in 7Jj revolutions of the L.111..NOKMNE F! HINDUS; ... AvsivtantII. Principal Lr. Lake Heleo.LIT. .. .. .... .1 11. iUup'.v. Or.eii'y _..... .... :.Cpt .of:p

hare born used in steeplechase scene illattMitKKtal I pedals has Letn patented: by AndrewPapperdaket. 1 U. uN1iEI:5tli.l. Sigarrn..nCOLORED. Orange llty. .. ... :'.I l.'lup lu"p 4lip 4UpAr'.v.. Lake New fmyrna Helen ." 112 liip.lIbp.AD :4Up\ 455.Ar.OraageCltyJlmotten. .

drum**-M. Louis Past of New Haven. It is a Sun. :

Da.1At.ch.. chain i and sprocket! wheel but the crankshaft ; .1 I E..1O\E': ............... .... ......Instructor City. JokodCB trains tAtWMD New' hDlyrna fuot .and Orange New All amt trains: ma between.uuly except Orange t.Pity'id& Junction ad
dally y
---- ... except j
D. K IXGERhOU................ ......supervisorl.ANTANA.
I ('01l11l'C.ts with a complicated pyt-
1"..O.M Ragtag Boat. .

A most unique boxing bout was re I tern of i''g: wheels, which The tonally result mesh i> :MRS CK<>. LYXUV ......... ._ li.Miti.. orUNhTT. HAVANA.
...&1y kid io Cbiuago. Two one armed with tbe n,rot'Let wheel.iut.'heli.-Sew YOlk \. W to.\ : ... sill er.'- r A Chance to do Your KEY WEST AND li
of b,448
BMW. Jack Carr and billy Kennedy I| a gear ELLIOTT' KEY. .tea. 16Mp CIty of Key West of the Fl.,i,la East Coast :bteamsblp: Company I.....
fought savagely for three rounds, when Times 4\MKsC.: lUHKIs....... ..._ ...... ...Instructor VJamt for Key Wett OB MonXavg. WtxlceiJari Iud Fridays r arrival of train from Jai'kunville -
&M draw. j I R. H THOMPSON.......... ..........Salwr.i.. r making connection key West with H'e iu.ers for Ha\ai Leave kev; West j.uOm.
boot and called !
wu flopped a A Merry "'ar. m. standard ilae) on Tuesdays, Tburedayi and taturcUi. arriving Miami nextn tuoua
Both. OKbu-M bad lout their right arils ,i BELLE FLOKL \. tioe te UUMOI with north bound traiD.NASSAU.
'I The merry war between the respectivoadvs. F. KIDM-'R............................ .. 'nstructor
i abut the elbows Each woraaglotti'tnppud rtes i.f chain and cb mlesa v. h" ('Iscontinues R. R. 1-K\ZlhK................. .......... SupintsorE. .
to the itnnip of hill missing | Allpersosawith pet tut ori.\son
N. P.Y1iml.ppeally
arm. the subject would do well t.' c. use :. I.EF.-................. Inet rue'or OL. ;

Tb moo clumsily shook band witb contention for the present. Tbe new tiding r 1'\1..: wILSIIS........................ Suprrlis"r U P. ( &: OUd81nlilU(1U'a:1d: Ja-i'iary 17.18M, by tte I. t,
their left diftiu and then got down to season will stain open, and its disclosures Cl'TI.EIL built for paMenger tra Scc betvreea il mi. Fla ami Xa
boaUMM. Fur while they fiddled. Then will settle tle ijnestion perma- \nOIKI-KED\MO\ _.........._ ... .IiiKirui.lor NA:SAl TO nlAltI.2aDj.w"kJ .
they Iwgan a rain of indi rimuutepancbing. American CvclM. W M. I t rzz.'JI.................. .. ....... Supervisor MIAMI TO NASSAU. I f
in the beat of the fray tbe.vWer nently.- MIAMI.tliA ,. January 17tb te February UthTrVWeyklT '!Feml Wr l. .ai> "to February 12tA.
February 14th to larch ithbesarWMkly. .Weel J.-01.1 I I..b ,'iMaiihJ'th.= ;
awatowate the stumps of theright I The Earth W.nt. Him. F. r.PiltlTT .., ................._!Pnn ipa' I ,MueS.5th to Apii. 1th.Thaea ITM .\iek,, S.aI'th onh to Apr I.'th.I 1 t
&l'lDlAI if to counter or scud bdineblow. I bwni. the novice \MV \I. \1 "S' .w ....... .. .............3.sp.l.tntit
a Several times t-liucbed. I Strange as it may T. N. G Vl'TIH.... ..... .................sIlJl'.n.r I
they I, bicycle rider does not want the tarth Time TaUea show.the times at. which tray,a an t,,,,alII maybe. expected to arrive and
and tta. Mumps were kept going like The trouble that the earth 1"L"Rt" \\ork {*part from t1:. several t anon and torts, but .: urinal or dejannre at the tin i4itetediaBot !
trip haunu-ra. bon tl w&, one Not at all. MIS: > L. J \CK-0" ..... .... Ini-t ut. nr gn i actee_t nor do 4 the Company no.o it.eif rsjponabia for any da.ay or tftaahequenoaa / l
-* arm :. wants him and is sure to get him. uoofteuer \ I' 1.I'HITIIOl"ltXE... .... .... 'uJ"nl-"r I. anting tn ,(from. i
l pectatur: called tbeia. At the end of i than is good for the enamel ci the COPT of tocai time card c&1lllt 1& Wet Ey street Jacisonnlle, or addreui.

tbt third round bulb men were groggy. I' his knees LKKsMLLEst'sA i is
and I his new wheel and the skin on \ S"IIiEIS.; ...._......... .. IntrnitoJ I P. i. D. R..uD.u.'L- A i
tbt boat wai brought to aa end.bhtr .- ud elbow.Canadian Wheelman P. LEE .-................. ........ul..l'\"lJIor F.a.Ps..aa.r &p.t.
Y..k Mrnal.slat. If.


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!,! 1 H Cjje OCrDpi ,I! un. New York Tailoring CoM:\\M Paper OYSTER Read Before Congress.-CULTURE.the Late Fisheries ist he could would possessed would dispose be keep confirmed of in it until knowing to vantage.by such the that time satisfaction his as Withno product he 1 Coliell Brotliers'r1 {

I 1 loss by frost or decay under those
I j I Popular Price Tailors. I -- .
PALM BF.cII'LoRJ \ In our biological researches we find conditions, instead of seeking a purchaser =========== -

t l I' hat animal or human existence is best for would the marketable seek the product product,and the I 1 GoodsHo'!-'>

GUY I. METCALF p romoted where the proper conditions purchaser : i Popular Dry

i EDITOR AND MANAGER. Suits to order, $16 aid $20. uist. These conditions are universally pay a satisfactory price, and the pro- .

dmitted to consist First, of the facilitiesy ducer would only have to bag or deliver : 4 Jacksonville, Florida.

which sustenance is provided. the goods. The conditions that ::
to ordr
YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION) S2 Trousers $4 aid $5. econd, the proper conditions of tern- now govern the transportation of Goods I Iin

I --- - -- p>erature, whereby the sustained existence Florida products would be in favor of > [ The Leading Dry HO4!
-- u ,
I may be preserved and increased, the oyster for water communicationwould '

Samples and Measuring Blanks render competition poasible and the State.
HI: ,---::::- and Third that these conditions may :
I 0. + sent l>y mail. continue indefinitely. the industry profitable which is not : :

I '.ij1nfiW J Nature in her efforts to bring about L the case in vegetable culture under the # The Largest Stock, The Newest Sty! 1

"1 these necessary conditions. is preeminently conditions that now exist, except > '
the Lowest Prices.
the at
successful and only when manor in special cases. Again

I AMONG OUR CHUKCHES 17 East Bay Street other disturbing element interferes natural enemies of the oyster in the To all whom request we will send samples free of chl1|e. -

-_.- -- does her efforts prove abortive. The open waters cf the Southern States are >, WE PREPAY Express Charges on all 0i

Time and Place of Service Special JACKSONVILLE FLA. Peninsula of Florida, with its coastwise neither so plentiful nor so destructive as I orders to the amount of $5.00 or o'er, .
I lO-I.ti1 when money accompanies the order. J'..
Nonces Week-Day and Sunday resources, from the e\'idencesremaining in Northern localities. Nor are the f -

Meetings.Episcopal to us at this time has in the past been vicisitudes of the seasons so apparent ; The Best Equipped Mail Order Depart

.. with the that sustain causing destruction by freezing ground .
-- \Vtch and jewelry repairing by first teeming products write for Samples and Try it. Your Money Back it Goods An Sot u V. .

I Services. class workmen and guaranteed at human as well as animal existence, ice and severe storms, which often incur Respectfully- :$ -.

Muer & Son's. Modern investigation has proved that il I t great losses to those investing in I I

i t EPIOPAL CHrRI'H-B"th"5.ta-by.the-. -------------, is no less prolific under existing con this industry.
That the meanest of humankind is
t Rtv. J. MriFoED.. Rector. itions. Modern civilization through The climatic conditions of the Southare : COHEN BROTHERS'pOPULAR !
1- VIA-.I.. FITZ-JASIFS: HIOI>IIs't generally of the feminine brand. *
favor of the, of
--- -- '- -- the medium of scientific researches, in speedy maturity
1 I every Sunday moriiinjj at u o'clock. If you are ready fr your spring suitcall aided of communication the promoting the culture of
laaiich will run re ularly in connection, leavliiK by improved means I' oyster. by GOODS
: i at SIRKLVS BAZAAR. DRY Houstl!
West. Palm lU-ach city dock at 10:30. hareor and transportation has demonstrated the diatoms and infusoria upon which i

th round; trip 10 cents. That it is better to be just first and L that by a judicious and thor they subsist In fact but one serious Jacksonville Florida.

Sunday School at 3 p. m. l l8ftOTIhRHOOD let venero.sitv take care of itself. ough examination into the causes thai objection exists to the propagation of : lO-L'H-'J" .1---.1I

Residents aloi'g the Lake will-find-- it oring about certain results. Nature's rood oysters in -ul localities, and that is ......... ................................................," ""' ,"" :

'F ST. A\I>REW,-:MeetM on to their interest and convenience to patronize food supply can be greatly increased as the extreme density! of the water in -. -' -
the -rcond an.1 ------
Ko irth
inonta. We.lno.1ay of each James Bird, the Ice man. who wil I well as preserved for the use of the which they abound on the one hand I Date In
I. K. HINORV Director. Great Improvements.In I HistclJ17".hI -

W. f. .\ :jisruo
--. '--- -------.1 i.1 That since the this fact His Excellency superabundance of fresh water by excessive bona
it --- --- girls are learning to Gov-I I addition to his other purchases of sly' la Baddiagtt* J!

M. E. Chuveh South. keep books and telegraph the ooys bail ernor W. D. Bloxhau. of the raii.fdll- certain localities on in town Mr. Whilldin has also shire, Scotland; dial CSt
property r-Jauics Otis. '
Florida, issued call recommending the other. Were these II.!
better learn to cook. a two extiemes ..
I !"en-iCt'i wit he he d in the Knight- purchased the two lots ou the north east toe and writer ban 1&
I 11111!l the ,. P>thlai. hat those sections of th. State interested so modified b} tuber natural or artificial Vest aruatbLa JIIaa. -"
on K .t Third and Fourth Sundnys R. G. Lee & Co. have moved to the corner of Clematis avenue and Olive
killed bIliibtlt'1 KI1&
f ".u'h month .t II a. m. an.. 70 p. m. Everyonrc Se.i.inole Block. Old and pew Customers in this important subject be represented means the coastwise i territory of the treet, and having them nicely fenced. 1783. Tar.

'rdlill< imitetl to attend. "I was glad should call ou them there. at a National Congress of the Southern States would exceed in pro.lucticeteii' m7-Battleor Puwiey tad ste.tori "
..he. He will also a cottage on them _" .
they siij unlo me. let us into the -- put I Lard UJ... .Iaid _
go house --- Fishing Industries to convene in Tampa t the output of the North ( I
of fie Lnrl- IbV. .'. R.I VV Ai.k*.., Pastor That too many people's idle fancy later l as at the last meeting of the town made Great BnUia rl r tf t
on the 19th day of January of the present producing finer flavored and larger
---- ---- turns to of to do India
-- ligh'ly thoughts verse. council he was granted permission
------- year to promote and advance this oysters in the same space of time without I tUX-Pinqaftl* PauLp.1101. Ctafrtcd ....
Evening Stan Iiodge, flo. so, and also to put a cottage on his three died ta Londoa bt
46. N> nredtosend away from home for most important industry of the State of the attendant suffering from the rig "
I I Knights of Pythias boats when lots on the opposite side of Clematis lBli-'rDl .lutt. erowsod t1I&d
a'J A. T. Rose
} Capt. can Florida. As a delegate to this hOnor- of
ors a winter. Briefly stated mieroedmg ai 1
I ,t Meets exeiy Fri.lay Nlghtstioop.in.stanclara I I build! you one as fine or as cheap as yon avenue. Of this latter cottage we have
able body of scientific in .i'
% men engaged this effort be I
:1 can only accomplished bya
: ant. See and
lime Visiting br there cordially invit...!. him place your order been sown the plans and can say that This Date In :
Cast e all over rublic so an undertaking, I feel utilization of our vast salt marshes
:,l. E School GKCBEK.Building c. C. I I That President Diaz:of Mexico, is the highly honored in representing the and reducing the deusitv whenever required when finished it will not only be tne U&-Pnncew AlUM aDd kt. .

;: ''.". L. WID liE VEil. K. of R & S. iiremosl ruler of the nineteenth century. locality embracing the Halifax and finestresidence in town but nearly if daughter of James IL ben:CWZ'l<
3-4-97 -,-- by the use of surlace "water elevated Im-l'ranl'eClmcWlJ *.lUttmted4t | .-Ii
North Indian River ot the East Coast not quite, as fine a private residence as dune of United Bute* tad
-- A big invoice of Vest Indian Bananas by mechanical means or the ad- paati*d
--- there is on the Lake.It alliance deeirr treat fa It.. -
and Volusia
: i 4 l Clematis Store. County Florida-a sectionof
Furl; AriD FACTS. vantages obtained practicable by Uon. fTvnooji to lbs traaatf,,1q
is be feet about
to fifty long by
country-occupied by a race of people artesian and of amity and '
ha' after weils to perform the same func- coiuueM*$&&
I marriage many a. man is who irom the earliest date of human tions. Whether the forty wide, three stories high, porches, date the French goTvnuMtl MiQeneoorageii
Witty Sayings tiling to acknowlege his lack of sense. sulphuretted hydrogen the coloBK b Ibtvi i
Intai-spei-sed with etc., and will stand back fifty feet from
knowledge, subsisted
--- mainly on the freedom ..
-- ----- usually present would prove a by furnUJuag OM BM;
Business Bargains. S .uv.njr jewe'ry, shells and curios a'ner L LI Food products of the water, which is detrimental factor I am unable to state Clematis Avenue and seventy feet from I awrw, witiioat whu-b.niinMma ,4a
& Son's. Olive street and be surrounded by a fine buy, been iiapoMil/ta. Ll&jMilB
I clearly demonstrated by the existence
FOR SAL -Fine Oak Bi-droom Suite -- --- --- ---- of though I have been experimental? on ready offered hi sword nd ..a.te-
Pine the shell mouuds located at so many that line for lawn dotted here and there by flowerbeds the treaty rreocli fiWt bia&a -
Grant M. Sh rboll. Apple Cohering -If you Clntt'm'I some months, and at this '
: and shrubbery with walks winding ri ed ia the U-laww b i* :
late the ff
-- Ante for points on peninsula and mainland .
covering your pines us time am not prepared to
say positivelythat
That Yorktown a: French .
it is
I not the tall ibipt twk J M(
that hurts but >rices on lumber lath and wire. Can proving the of through all layed out in park style
the great importance the it would prove injurious to the 7uuu French ioldit-r !..
i stopping .o quick furnish promptly and cheap.-G. F salt water lagoons, bays and estuaries in the making it one of the attractions and a 1S1J-willuun Maxwell E..,., f :ji
-- '-- l'addisun & Co., Eau Gal lie, Fla. oyster quantities necessary to; American '
L liwjer. bora ii Bctfa.:
-. Dont forget J F. oiivj.s hen Si. as well as the ocean to keep up their dilute the salt water the pride of the town. M-Ucoenl ,
i___ \ 2 10 eow to density re Jacob Imnvm, t *.. :
you want Fancy Groceries existence.Of quired to its successful culture. I Owing to his inability to obtain an ad- ion **t.nn. died a' TorUal*;I"
----- -- That life is from nowhere, here and tt) i am joining Mr. Whildin has ISA '
That the past, it is useful to refer property.
fiction to, satisfied however that ,
nowadays is much too where. the oyster will I JBlJ6.-nt'raI John Gibbon. V.I A._ 'ft
mttirr-of-faci. '- --- merely as a reference of what has been live, even when exposed to undiluted I decided to build his stores of frameon noted vetcrea of the civil wl&J'ji
i House ---------1 accomplished those who the Dimick lot, covering Clematis tuuor; hors USX.! .
White Duck -- I furnishing goods, big invoice, preceded us. artesian water at half tide but whether '
IIK. wilt pants are all the go. You jiist received at O. Weybrecht's Our real purpose is with the the of avenue and Narcissi street. The build
6..I present propagation the
them at SJRKIX S animaculae, the
'--- -- -- That. if you trust to luck, you will how we can best advance the interestsof food of the oyster would be retarded ing will have tin roof, fire proof paints This Date In Eiztoq-T

when a man lives on ox-tail soup generally find him late. mankind increase our seafood products wonld necessitate the employment of will he used and probably the asbestos I C0 -Millard Fillmore, thirteenth

I and du-ei pick led pigs feet he i is surely re- .--- -, .. and preserve the existence of greater experience and more extended I fire proof sheating material also. Summemll preudeot. M., Y.bufB; died ta

_ toextrebiities. FOR SALE-About 75 Black Langs- those III e already possess. With this research than I at The stores will be supplied with all 1ST*.
han hens, at a bargain Call onV.. RMoses present possess and 1807-Battle of Eflai bloody,
introduction permit to rdvance modern appliances to fire.
F CALIFORFAjVAPORATI me a therefore prevent
j that this
suggest feature he bat indecisive
) opposite bank. West Palm Beach L, ; Boaapui '

FRUIT of the finest at J. OLIVER'S.. Florida. 3.10 few thoughts on this subject in relationto made the subject of experiment by the ..L1 Should:. !__a:..building_ L. ever be. 'placed. on ft auitft the R"-nni sad

ii .. the propagation and culture of the of the iue aujoimug 101. "esi, sumtieuuy near
I That by act t.f the Colorado I experts U. S. Fish Commission. 1812-Charltie Dickens, noveljist.
I legislature 0)ster. An industry of vast to be dangerous in case of fire brick
women can join the militia Beet Sugar. importanceto I have for the past year been experimenting a born; died WU. \V, V
, n in that all sections of the United tire wall will be J8. -Tbe United $ut .
SId tt'; -...- States, for somewhat as to the necessity of erected between the failed beak aiit. .
for the
fi ,,,.... but few places exist in the civilized proper ies. wound time W"
Continued[ out bat ] reducing the density of the sea water causing panic sad rtrprneilna, ; t
.. NortUrii n Rixer Oranxesandthe best of Statistics have already been published world that oysters in some form cannot tor successful oyster (culture and have Mr. Whilldin has just closed another 1883-H. )L & Orphan wrecked I .... C
Apples at Clematis Avenue be harbor New Zealand. Out of .
I I 1 Supply I Store hy l the Times showing, in brief the re procured. for some time past been taking observations important deal with the East Coast sailors and nurtaes on board! W**."

( ._u __. __.__ suit of the season's campaign at the Oyster culture on the Southern Seaboard relating to the salinity of the Laud Co., through Mr. Moses agent by 1875-Jum-ph 0. Eaton acted pIJaIa W

;; without T.iat in FI..ri.ld'OUl n can fight Chino lieet-sugar factory. The ChiC'tatnpioii compared with that of the sections water near the New Sm\rna _Inlft___ with.. .._ which he becomes owner 01 those favorite ,,18''R-J.tn.I Yonken__ _,.'K."' .V., _. burn U a.Is*__L,_ .....:. :
/ \ n -- qw. "'- -
act of CUIAI ,
any_ the legislature._ ___ ; gives the following further embraced In New York New J-rsey a set of sahnometers kindly tendered asa lots fronting south on Datura street didtinguubed in all the win fra S1S61 .

\ :,!: B..at building done right at home in interesting details on this subject: Maryland and Virginia has not loan by our prssent U. S. Fish Com and lying between Narcissus stieet and : died in Brooklyn; bon at Jilt- ,- :

'S I :; in them,-.hip>"t a.d approved manner goml work- "This the seventh sugar campaign i in been as productive as could be desiredby missioner. Mr. S. J. Bnce. These observations Park Cottage. These lots command a 1832-Hotel town Orange Royal cwanty burned>> ta N.X..I.I. IT** .t1::___

i ; 4 Capt. A. T. Rose.at 1 living prices. Call In Chino. commenced on July 19and close I those interested in this pursuit, and recorded daily with but few beautiful view rtown the Lake for miles. ou perUhed. i' .

J I ,,'icinfj!) December 10 lasting 153 days. f for this reason. among others we are as.embled. omissions, have been submitted to The cottage or two that he will prob. '
Thai some D"'plkt'ep their clocks The !longest campaign IIt'rdoforeas s Washington, and from them we will ably put up on the two lots last purchased This Date In History-F&l:

an hour fa-t so as to be able to tla That the proper conditions txist in no doubt will be both substantial 1725-Peter .lid"I
I get up I!9; Notwithstanding tLe long ascertain the necessity of util- and orna- Great. BOMOU n&r\\
I l>-Jurist.'. localities no one doubts but the mental monarch dual, IC1 !..iI' ,
success- iziug fresh but not sirs
: __ __.___ campaign, the men stayed bv the works lul of water in artificial ponds or as large or expensive as HIlaIa founded bt. Pttenbari ti 9 tI
::1 ,: Svittut Riiitenck Pattern Sheets to well almo.si all remaining on duty until propagation the oyster under all tranches to reduce the salinity. I have the one on the opposite side which we established the armJ and I&Y J. .>..;.

Mrs .M (;. Mac undid. Agent, Jackson the last day The machinery worked circumstances, either natural or artificialis under construction at present an area of mention above, but i' goes without I with the ba>t in Eurojw antond**..
say. .
k ville: FlaThat to be considered and discussed in the rank on land and 8t1Io ti.*
1 ii I very smoothly from toe start, and no and about 1000 square yards where the saltwater : ing that they will greatly improve the learn customs he Iran-led B MIl

I', the hardest job for most .erit1ttsbreL4i'ageS were experienced during some definite conclusion arrived at-if can be diluted to any desired degree appearance of the city dii.l, together through various nmntrie*. fta.-
i I men L pos. i1le. As the environments and ad- with oouftrrwl upon bun the tub"?*.
ito the whole of I all his other
of the long density by the
get out bed I in the morning. campaign. use of surfaewaterelevated undertakings go far Great Emperor of All the 8wM**.

New During a few davs of late hot weather vantages possessed by individuals have into a tank of 10,000 towards showing that at kst one business ther of Hu Country
Cabbage and fine Irish and Sweet much to do with their of observation I um-WIllla1\1 Tecnii.iirbMieni li&1IIIt l
'.mi.ies at L when the beets bad wilted the wotk of powers gallons capacity and shut off by drain man and capitalist t imks there is I :
Avenue in Lancaster 0. Uivd bSW\
Supplv a residence of fifteen
I I..re. diffusion was retarded out besides that, years near I from the river. Personally, I believe life in the old town yet. 181l-AJruirall'harl.-... of aa** i

-- ,- the campaign was a remarkably smooth Xew Smyrna Inlet undergoing the trials this method to be the key note to arti Work oil all these in-pr" vements is and baa Jacinto fame diet it t***
That making/ causes more milliou that attend those w ho with nnboun led L ficial I born 1?*. The Trent aliir farm*** '
already under
I oyster culture and
utilizing the way mat mi has the *
irc-N than sIving one."N. hone and limited coon : been moat exciting interoatwail**
R. Coltman kindly furnishes us resources emigrate to oyster everywhere present for ordered and is coming in by the carload the war. .
planting ,
,. That h uaitii-g for the highest wage. the dale herein showing the work donein a which new country, leaving behind all with I purposes. Though comparatively a nov.: so any one can see that all as above 1894 pioneer Colonel and John Indian R. Beylor.fighter a abI*****--"'

j liD willgenerallv' keep the factory during the tbey were formerly associated, i ice in this stated is of -.
,1 yourself out oMKKLVs t campaign. important branch offood pro- no rumor but snbtantial and the Confederate .t.Uj*, dei Ml
a j..l. The following were the amounts paid and relv ing on the natural fi.od resources i : duction, observation, experience and gratifying facts to the credit of the improver Antuni0, bum lies.

t fur beets from the different' sections: of the country to a great extent for sub- diligent research into the a the .
: BAZAAR is the sistance. practical experience great benefit of the town but o'
only place conditions This !1
wluiey.-ugel liat jou want. ; I nino 1 12,440 into closer bring mail ,1 of others have impressed upon to the great discomforture of the chronic Date In History67 .

$ .., --- .liuhtim 29,900 relations with nature dud I my mind most forcibly that the growler and calamity howlei. Henry Stuart Lord
That what i.. given Uurn.i Park. through the necessities of field
us usually costs u S 59.533 the cise, for further investigation
I the most Ventura county 6s,3'JO nature's mysteries are unveiled. is a wide one, queen of fa-oU, Utter of f)
Hher and prolific of good and -- - ---- Jameri. 1 of CnizUind.
points profitable -- war
J \t'I.line-Fiue: and-- ---- -- ---- -'9.73Oiuing The utilization of the salt marshes of I to those who results J dtt'kl'-. 1""I'D.. .,.-........ ..
Comic at Idne Tulat .. the persistently and diligently -OiCT- l'1':3- ellt1ral
i '. :-\lIn... '" .4.O.000 coastwise country for the propagation labor therein. Harrison William Henry J

I. ---S'h-t The f.1owing! materials were used in : of the oyster is, in my opinion the JOHN Y. LUMBER of the I'mttxi ninth Male preeiJent. dura
most hf us Iia.e to to bed and the solution of DETWH.ER in I
kU fj'tory during the campaign: this most important pruM m. New Charles ci'y county -
Sm '
Ii t"- worse. t.) d uo). B..et nett.us .. 'JS.jJ1..1. Not that it will the >rna, Volusia Co., Fla. \L ; died in Haahingtva
-- -- ........ ignore plating of Delegate from city 1ML **JiJ
:\ wul k.-<1. llwt .". 16.000.000B in Daytona and New ",
Ki.r Airv KIXMII.S oysters the creeks bas 1814 -
Clean Neds and a neil ct .. .., .. ana open Smyrna on the Halifax Samuel June TlUeB. t.
GK"I l Table I* sire to stop at the New Filter clolh. var&ls .' 31.017 waters of the State, but introducean Indian Rivers and North SHINGLES, statetouan, born in N;l'W LebaMft*
S-iiiiiole: IL.tcl. GeoZapf 1.0,0001nbrkalllo to the International Aug. t, Itssd
Manager ;, gallirnsPtiroleiim. intensive system as it I&6! -!.auinel ulI1& ,
0eii, all tile year .. .000 were, Fisheries Congress Bow: las, notnl 1 N*
'-. harre s .. 94.000 that will ultimately insure success. Tampa Fla. nali>t, bo. n in t'IJIIDPIol,
That --- ,'"I.. .t..iis -S.--- ;: 1S7$. heediud tho tprinlek&1'!
when -
time lou There
I be
bangs too can no success
heavy on without effort LATH
I L; 'e rock. tUDi .. .. ETC.We u yvara.Z64ietivrat.
your hands all von have 10.500 and to the brains 80V.NTO.N BREEZES. _
to do is to drop B.lru"d lilliI'. tons '.. '., 9,000Fil"r and brawn of our land WIn1t-ld bcott Baiic4.guu.hed .
it. : but:" are we indebted:> for all we ---- Union u-ader. dwd fill 69"lalaud.

SUIIr b"IJule.. .. ",.... 235,0005iii4r 4.000 The same effort expended in labor possess. F. S. Dewey is here this week. fi make you Lowest Prices 1881- S..w'lIrk buy bun IS* *...
Rough Lumber du ft1
or baWd \
Cheap.A few car- F 0 I Camp a
4. !",tds. on stick at mill at Clifford.Vil '-:i .. I.ag'lbs cultOb..... Z3j.OOOill. capital in reclaiming a portion of our I Maj. Boynton"and Mr. Baker were \ou- 'Ot'1tiOIl wtd a, l'tu-III; born IxU
I b. .Id very low.-G. F. Paddison 36.000 salt marshes lor the i down looking Writ us for \
&. Ftle-. planting of oysters, : around Satur.lav.C. anything you need I '
Co Eau G l1ie. Fla. 2 10 U.riat ." liooo I sincerely believe n This Date In History-FA'
1 : kui\K will result in greater W.
1,300Un Pierce
----- i is
-- Building
a 8..tOIl gut will have to die I .nif> ... :200Tuiiir. financial returns than in anv investment !' ing moved on his lot having his store build! Material. 16n ldbb-l>-Willian Congrcw. put., burL .. )
Ib 2.000 that could be near the depot >l6a1l Vuoaiua,Ctlttw.1AoI1 uc a
all,1 made in
not go to heart before either
she died.
is '\u>:ar turre s i 500 orange Mrs. C. W. Builders _..... ,
w im >'e<- through nt lea-t. vegetable or tobacco culture; all con- l'iercewaaat West Palm Supply Co., &&- French and ndiaa Wittreaty -.. '
i A>ut ?5"0 was expended for reP ditions being the same. I Beach Saturday having dental it l-aru. The Krenea ....
may be work St. .-
W,\NTEJ TO 1'ikciush FLORIDA'': ir and! niaintecanie of the, plant since assailed done 1 Augustine. Flosida.Lainhart&. war, waged by Orrai Britaia II tiI...
as extremist ... ..
I'KOPERTY. an buit will cer- The wreck t of her Aweriuvn ouiuiux* .
i- i.- >-IU-K f.nns irwinter :9..t attracts the -- '
homes, sk....1 I"I.lto\Tlpu.m| and CaIUoaitn.For tainly cost no more to prepare the quite a number of attention of wmalunuoiu wun Uw ovvMiTo1* *.-

price in J V. JU....I. iu: \ iSi. IUion ,i I tie ktcar's campaign b..tlsi1l ground in one case as in the other the I sightseers: from here.A Potter, |i j and Europe.1U dopendwwuM Ky the Muu were jt ttau-tI.*....

Ohio. rx- Iron; as follows: cost of fertilizer, the to-111-0'7 W."t BritlilQ.
i packages crew from LintOH Pilon I
-- ,J necessary j on Jones' BIIjrh Fla 1: 1775
lijnch (I.ar.d to.) $aoa for transportation, the lack of stopped off here express Muntettjuieu died. -11.
Tb..t even time drags in a slow town. 'TiiiioKuichU4ar I 04) I.SuoAiiiheim destruction I en route to the "dance1''. '-- -- --- -----1 i I teK Victoria. qu&*n of England IB*"
... by frost and the necessity of i 1I Prince Albert haie-toborirtio**
.... ....... 3,000 securing To I of .
The cheapest and best Glassware e'erin Hui'*.ii ...... 1.300 a market at once or entire loss of all A goodly number devotees of Let. I l 6 2-b niu l Prouv. noted H"owr'_ ..

to"n. Come and see it at O. W.Wevbrecht's. Florence .n. .. .. 300 effort made and many others will all. sichore took in the -f ., Uro. A fiwsmon furnished I < -Kvverdy Juhnaou. umniiii. ** <
I stand in favor of the ovster. Hypoluxo 1ang, at South the winter. c.ttagetolet for uapul1". born I?* ..,._ t
Total IUoo The independence Qf the Saturday night. A Nicely located, : l87-s:551CLflUU) IUAth5bZUS : .
oyster cultur- good time is jolly from the block ropohtaa Oprr u..u.. ua N"!_ II'
by all. ngerdepo,, Inquire of while mnjliitf hu role>> w th* _
box 125, West Palm Beach, J t "Martha."


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