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 17, 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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** Ull TIOflCtlBUII.IIv* II.IH1.J 17, 1898 VOLUME XII NO. i.
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J J'f PERSONAL PICKINGS. THE ENTERTAINMENT.Well COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE. Beach J. Brown Friday took and a trip to West Palm, HERE AND THERE. ,(! Here is an old circumstance we reproduce -

-- ot several orders for
-- -- -- -- $ J for the benefit of the rising generation

.-.... raplt U lfc y Cnie.. C_People Tau Presented, Highly Appreciated and Well Interesting Items Gathered by Our Scrib. a[ vegetables Scraps of News About This and That and : A young country editor fell in

MiT .r May Jot KBW. Attended. Throughout the County. The danCO'.:'Wu such a success that thept' DiSerent Things. love with a clergyman's daughter who

-- -- young .ople intend to have anhther on did not reciprocate his affections. The

1 Elegant line of new shirts at Anthony The entertainmennt of a week ago, LINTOS LOCALS. the nt'4Cnt of the 2Dj inst. Belts 15 to 60 cents.-Anthony's. I next time he went to church he was

t Pro*. gotten up by the Ladies' Aid Society of --- \ _d rather taken back when the minister

the Congregational Church, was a gri nd L. G. Lyman was appointed Notar y MrJ. P. Sawyer, of New York, was From the number of untagged dogson announced his text: "My daughter is

\\'. S. Hoot of Jupiter, was in town success, both financially and from A.Q Public.F. here Sunday afternoon looking after the streets again we are lead to ask grievously tormented with the devil."-

fneaday on legal business. entertaining standpoint.The sbipments of tomatoes.C. if the dog) tax is still in force? Ex.

Reese operetta "Diamond Cut Diamond Harney, of Palm Beach was he re --
.\* at reported 72 passengers ." was most excellently renderedby \Tonday. G. Justice of Philadelphia was Tomatoes, turnips, cabbage and cauliflower Mrs. S. Happersett was more than
i by the steamer St. Sebastian Saturday here are some of the seasonable fresh
\Vm. F. Armstrong, jr., in three last week ta'kin"eJt'tables with pleased to find one of the latest guestsat
a |lid 54 out Monday. characters, as Signer Treviso, Pat L, G. Lyman and James Chamb rrs the truckers of this place I vegetables now to be found in this mar the Palms was Mrs Mitchell an old

and Charles Marmion and spent Sunday at Lantana.Mr. ket. friend and teacher from Chicago, and a
IIIt Finnegan: ---
Ei-mayor: Geo. B. Swift and family, Mr. C J. Clarke's magnificent Mrs.
reception was tendered her by
|>f Chicago, are again domiciled .t their Mrs. S. II. Happersett in three charac- and Mrs. T M. Richards and J. yacht Alma was here XVei'nesday with a G. G. Strohm is still rushing business i Happersett Tuesday night, at which
ters, as Jennie McArthur. Senorita I witb a fresh line of Fancy Crackers,
I tautiful residence at Lake. Worth. H. :Moore of Boca Ratone, spent M InI party to view what remains of the Dark were present Mrs. Mitchell, daughterand
Verona and Clara D'Orville. We
cannot Fresh
Eggs! and Garden Truck at the
Miss Kate Pritchard alter a pleasant express: it stronger! than to say thatit I day here. Loftus. same old stand. son, M. E. Gruber aad wife, Miss

.ai kit with her friend Mrs. M. E. Gruber, is difficult to imagine how the execution H. I Prof Baird the owner of the Ma nala- Kate Pritchard. Miss Alice Belle Arm-
atnd Sterling tw
W. E. Caton o of I M.
will Arm Ben
.I left for her Titnsville home this morn of the parts could be better I pan Cottage, spent a few days here last The old wooden building is being.t I strong, F. strong, jr.,
truck growers, were 'acre
''II M g rendered or improved upon. The sing- Pompano's \ week looking after his interests at this moved from the XYhilldin lots on Clematis Potter I and :Sam: Hip_er!>e:t. Refresh

.. ing in the respective parts was accompanied Sunday. place. I Avenue over to the corner of Olive : ments and vocal, and instrumental
Justice of the Peace Enoch Root i"' "iI I music helped to jtliilft away the time in..
0I was by Miss Alice Belle Armstrongon I Allen Tasker, of Bay City, a.rrij I and Banyan Streets.
over from his East Side precinct Tuesday The steamer Eclipse was dotvn here a delightful ma nner:.
ill the piano, a guarantee that the I here Tuesday, the guest of Mr. and Mn .. --
dla seeing to a little official business in music would lie well rendered Stage I II I XV. D. Sherman. Sunday with a goodly number on board. I Next Tuesday is not only Washing- ---

"WI. ___ managers Messrs. Gruber and Happer -- The wreck was' apparently the south ton's birthday but Mardi Gras day as A ver pleasant pr't ,

. sett did themselves credit in the stage | Mrs. W. A. Hobbs and son Bin -r end of the trip. well and in one or the other respect will party was .J\... 'en attfessive wisist. \
d L. Redenbeck is -- -
rejoicing over the te celebrated all the South. the
I arrangements. came down from Jupiter Saturday ti id over Monday 'oli' Pak Cottage
nldition of another his Messrs Palmer; and g bt. Vtt'n
daughter to
Forrey shipped F. BEi'erett
The stage: entertainment closed with a returned Monday. wife as and
.d {Emily the little Miss eighteen crates of beans Last week this the biggest .host '. ,i
arriving Tuesday fancy scarf drill bv Mrs. A. S. Lamond, -- and some egg town put on .1; hostess, it which wereitiE.GrnbeVand

t night. Mrs M. E. Gruber, Mrs F. B. Everett, Mr. Blakely, N. S. Boynton and S'I plants included last week. They are I I kind of metropolitan, airs_ over.the I praese / wife A. S.
I Brinson here the first of the .ek getting good returns. advent on her streets for the first time 1 I AMid an$'wife, Mrs.
J. W Cronk weather clerk at Jupiter, Miss Lulu Angevine, Miss Charlotte were wt I I C Beatty, Misses
ports to.\ J. Mitchell, section Parker: Miss Gus Alex. Bullard
4e has erected &-lIe
a new cot- b .
lira 'tor, Jacksonville, a* follows : Sara Moses. w'th' Miss :May Lacy as I Arnistrong, Lulu Angevine,
I tage over on Glade Avenue. The structure (>(lessrs. 'G.
From letters received from C.
'To the gratification ot all, pineappleyrowth piano accompanist. The evolutions of !, our and | Strohni, A. Say.or, A.
cost only Our hotels on both East
orthern friends, we learn that ttheir one and a half days labor, We.oJ aSide 'j; P. Anthony and Wilt F
Indies in this drill marked Armstrong
i has advanced far enough to show the were bya but tor the time of the Lake are filled up w I Four ,, jr.
blizzard turned to rain. being. u1 tables
drenching were
1// run and tbe first
that the number of charming: ease' and grace iq every 1 prize
greater plants sur guests, a condition of things w "k h which
rive There is quite a sprinkling of change that evidenced study of themselves Prof. Baird left Friday to join his wifeat I maketh the hearts of tU e hotel k< was a souvenir: paper cutter, was
Mr. and Mrs Fred Dickerson. and won by :Miss .
tiler s; Kate Pritchard _
young pineapples, too which should and careful training by their instructress son Frank came up from Miami Sur.dayto Ft. Vane, Ga., where she has been glad... II booby prize of a watermelon, while the
mature in June and July if they Mrs. Happersett. stopping with I -- eater was
escape who is
son Superin
to gather the remainder of their won Miss
up j Fishing is reported a 'y Angevine.
however I s very /ood Refreshments
The climax was late-
another frost. Hope is in the ascen- grand tending the largest peach orchard in the
longings. jlyby i our fishermen, but the I were furnished by the hostess
dance J. XV. CBO.N." reached at the close of the ladies drill United States at that place. | largest which
when the curtain again rose and there -.- -- __ catches are made outs ide and there is i I were duly indulged in and highly

City clerk, J. E. Glenn has been ap- marched upon the stage in full Mother BU"HUBHEEZES.: Uncle Fred :\It:\ers infu met} us that where the most of them fish when th f praised by all present

wiBted Justice of the Peace for this the Hubbard gowns and caps, with scarfs in -- --- he should be picking; tomatoes: this sea is smooth enough for them to do f&

tilth district: to fill the office made *acantby hand the following gentlemen : M. E. XV. 11. Cox was at West Palm Beach week. He has already been shipping. reference The Railroad Commissioner.

the death of Col J II. Livingston Grittier, Gus Anthony S. II. Happer Tuesday evening.-.- Hu place is on the Island, just south of setMi By that this issue to our is heading No i, vol.it will be -..-

sett, Ben Pi flee J. A Clo v, Elwyn V. I Capt Moore's place. XII.
I 1 Mrs Rudolph Heinatz was at Palm The entire volume will be sent Persuant
Capt M. E. Spencer came down from Moses and W. F. Arstrong, jr., and with --- to. your I to notice thereof, the railroad

L.hftb Tuesday evening with the ?n excellent mimicry, barring a few Beach Saturday shopping. Some one has to have the brag field of address, one numb ra week, rot: 12.00. commissioners met in the town ball

Nighthawk to carry brotherinlawI niistaL eswentthrough the same drill as Capt. Pierce was at west Palm Beach tomatoes. To take just a small piece Please remit. --- of this city on Friday last. There being

rdifer and a pair of shoes home from the ladies had performed. The S aturday getting that touch fixed.C. say a half acre, J. W. Dunn has the I The firm of Anthony & Miller has their no complaints task brought beOT"ethe board

town. grotesqueness of costume and acting j, finest tomatoes at this place, but to takeas sold out to Anthony BrrjS- who will here was an easy oneCen'l .

literally "brought down the hou'>t:." much as an acre in one piece. 1. I. business > > continue Freight Agent, XV. J. Jarvis of
Another girl was added to the f.mily'f Comparisons of the characters might M. Gardener was here in the. inter- Hardy has the best acre. Then again I would be pleas.t l to (have. same stand and the F. E. C. Ry., was present, looking

( J. II. Pollock of Lantana on the 9th. considered invidious but at the risk ests of the East Coast Magazine Tueday. tate the whole! crop all the way through < a continuance after the interests of his road. So far
The mother i* getting along flatly aid of such a charge we cannot help saying Major Boynton's smiling countenance and J. W. Dunn has the best. Those I another colu Ma, See legal notice in the duties of the board on the East

grandpa and grandma Earnest are doing that Gus Anthony's profile at times hada is seen here quite frequently nowadays.The fine tomatoes were covered and thus Coast have been nominal, causes of former -

as veil as can be expected under tli a wonderful resemblance to the pictureswe major is getting to be a practical saved from the trust This is on the Last Sat inlay the flag was flying over I complaint having already been

"r'nlr'.taRN'I. have seen in Mother Goose's melodies gardener.C. muck. XVe dt not refer to the Island. the public 'shoo] bouse building and a largely rectified by the railway itself

Vice-Commodore C. I. Cragiu, of of "the old woman who lived in a We find vines further advanced on the little ei m bunting was displayed in Chairman Davidson, in a pleasant chat

Kete d 'Ete was in town Monday o shoe etc. M. E. Gruber's pose in the G. Just:ee, Philadelphia t.'Om'mislion Island than on the muck. other if:u..rters in honor of Lincoln's that we had with him emphatically denied -

bib ntableaux scene, in mutation of Mrs. man, was here with stencils and -.- birthd fy but no further efforts that the board had anything to
pleasure and business! of the were
11\lC'r part Grul r's acting was pathetic enough to advice Friday. XX'e expect to pay for WUCOXU made t\II celebrate the day. do with the withdrawal ot mileage books
bring the securing of an extra MCTTEKI.XCS.XVeather : .
bring tears in the eyes of a crocidile. them in shipping season. as has been charged to them. The Com-
supply of TgopiCii. SUNS and PALM -
BK CH BkEEZKi for himself and friends. As it was, it brought forth vociferous The New Palm Beach and Miami very dry, rain badly needed. .!ve fishing in the Lake never was Lemon adjourned from here to meetat
the audience I City on Saturday.
from u.
applause train is quite an accommodation to tter for the lovers of rod and Hue, as
Regular S. H. Happersett has missed: his forte Sweet peas fresh from the pod is the '
Services will evidenced
be held s
at Fred S. Dewey, enabling him to sj.end by the long strings of blue
N. Aun'sChurth until further notice11asa as a clerk in the hardware business.He latest addition to our list of available and other fish Services at Congregational Church.
the day here and return same day home. garden truck. brought in by sportsmen,
and should go upon the boards as a ___ I and a
I ,
M-rtnou at 10 am.; Sunda)- aye sportswomen, too. Our freshwater

School at 3 p. m.; lecture and Benediction typical"hijhficr." Mr. F. Armstrong, Tile gardens are looking as they dd The launch Pinta is out on the ways jt I lakes are.also teeming with back Services at the Union CongregationalChurch

of the Bitted! Sacrament at 7 30 p. jr., seemed to take great pleasure in before th. New Year's freeze, and high the point this week for overhauling a'3d ba..s. of west Palm Beach next Sunday

u. Regular notice of full services willa"III'u l displaying the ankle parts of his striped hopes are again entertained and pines repairs I I' at the usual hours. Sunday Schoolat

| in nest arrk'sissueslkputy stockings which is all the more surprising will not show that they were touched in If any of our vegetable growers wish 10 a. m.; preaching service at II a.

when we consider Mr. .Arm a few weeks much less hurt. Mesdames Ceo S. Adams and I/rank I 10 mate a trial of sugar beets we have a m ; Christian Endeavor service at 6 30

U Scustom officer Currv strong's: natural innate modesty, generally -- -- Cortrixht; spent Tuesday visiting 13.1 Geo. little of the seed left that was sent us p. m., to be led by Mrs. E. E. Geer.

let rived word to watch for a filibustering speaking. Ben Potter's graceful A dancing school is running here i W. SearsY. from California and will divide up as far Subject: "Every Christian a Missionary"

espedition down the canal s> be evolutions gavetrong evidence of a now. Music by "wild cat orchestra" or as it will go to those who call. First At 7.15 in place of the regular service,

chartered the Wild Cat and went as forIii jolly tar's gyrations -m board a schooner part of it Al. Bowen says people A. Avi-ry has pone over to W. II.'Sealy'b come, first served, of course. the Christian Endeavor Society will

New River, but found nothing. He during the rocking to !sleep movements anxious to join the "wild< cat orchestra" on the East Side to try the take charge of aashinton's Birthday

, returned on XVednesday by rail and the : of the ship in the trough of the sea. Mr. may chop all his wood. Let the good feed water and weather over there fora More rubber trees are being set out I service

Wild Cat returned that same nlgbt.W'o&U Clow and Mr Moses at times evidently work to; on. I I week: or so. ._ -_. along some of our principal streets, and ORDER OK SERVICE AT 7:15 P. SI.:

thought they were on the di mond, and I most of those set out previously seem to
While we are enjoying this like Capt. U. D 'Hendrickson Song"Do!ologY'"
t M Jones, of Noon, Miss, accompanied that it was incumbent on them to keep I June I went down be doing well, so that before long: our
weather, surrounded by green gardensand the canal last week with the Lake Worth Scripture-Psalm 10-In unison.Prayer .
by his little daughter .\nie, a weather eye oa the batter and caidi I ; streets will I e one of the greatest at-
fresh and fragrant flowers and cooling but came back again since when he has -"For a Pure and Noble Citizen
aUI\all.st week first base if tractions in the town and
Wednesday on a'isit him out on the possible.. shady andcotnfi "
tll hill /< breezes from the broad Atlantic, been up to Daytonaand several B. I. R.points. .rtable ship.
Mrs. F. L. Moffatt. After Ou the whole the burlesque was a success as well.
il makes an occasional shiver run down Bass Solo-"The Palms"-E. J.Iac-
enjoying himself by fishing, sailing, and iu every particular. --
I our hacks to think of SOOice and Cracken.
admiring the country, they Irft for his To say that some of the ladies were Miss Suan Sanders spent Sunday at Olive street in this vicinity is being
blizzards at our old homes in Flag"--Miss Sarah Ioses.Fl .
home Tuesday! declaring this place the angry at thl unlooked for and unexpected Michigan. home blinking a little daughter of slowly improved as to its roadway
Illinois and Indiana. We ( *% Exercise-Gracie Moffatt
thinkof Florence
hardly : ,
finest thee had found in Florida. mimicry of their graceful per I County Commissioner XV. S. Tancre having an occasional load of oyster shells
mv quitoe .and killing frosts whenwe Glenn, Regina Heim, Mary
fornidiice, is putting it mild and from along with her for a visit Tney left for dumped on it These are all right when Cady,

Capt. A. T. Rose has finished a fine crrtamrrwarlsmade by. some of the muse a little r Jupiter again Sunday and Miss, Rosa :I|: they once get worn down a little and it Annie Lauther, Miriam Stowers.

i-aplba launch, 35 feet long and 7 feet I married ladle* at its close, we should be -.- Sa-leers accompanied them going up to is to be hoped the whole road bed will Chatauqua Salute to the Flag, Congregation -

l beam, supplied with a lo hoise powerGlobe I i I inclined to think that the "IluMJs"I \HWHIXO lUITEXlVGS.\ \ i! attend valentine party to be held there soon be re-shelled with them for it is rising.

<< engine for H. J. Tiffin, the |I would act \"l n wire to stand from under Mr. I. I. I Monday night. She returned Tuesday still bad in several places. Song"The Star Spangled Banner." l
Hardy went to Palm Beach
Kktnch jaruier up at ("urtueyhich i is I for a a time uutil the >t<>rm blew oxer. j I ami reported havin-r! had a splendid ---- "XVashington's Birthday"-by Holmes. !

111I" at the boat yard waiting orders. !''However.at I this writing, we are in- fuesddv. '!time.| The second tank car of kerosene for Recitation !>S Ida IngersolL t

j The captain aba has II. M. Flagler's '1 I formed the that ones second to think thought better has of induced it, and Cpt. YO.SS'is making daily trips to :: _e_ the Standard Oil Co., arrived last week Quartette"Birthday of Washington"

acht Kathleen in hand for remodelling ,, call angry it a huje; j.>ke. which it certainly Palm iteach.Matilila: Mr XVhillden's improvements on his and its 7010 gallons of oil were pumpedinto Mesfhmes, lI+ppersttt and Gruber, !
anti' -- recent Jot purchases, under the the :\le5 Sanders and
overhauling and four other boats be- was. large receiving tank. Agent XVell- rs. Armstrong
udes for other in different Ice cream and cake was served by the \, Michael has returned home force of men he has employed, are beginning bgton says that the city delivery :Notices Uff.-r'ory and Gloria.Address"Christian l
parties wagon
ladies at the close of the entertainment. j after a protracted absence without to show : i
stages of doneat up. has the foun is here and will be put to Citizenship."
The work running
conduction. figured close to 550 net. dations as "
The receipts on !\ leave laid for two new cottages, has
this yard is as good as can be donei The ladies and the Sty office r-ceived j enc! oed the lots with soon as be can get an employe of the Song"Coronation.. "

).htre, as the "Providencia" and many encoi sums on account of the Mrs. I I. I'ar.lv aud son. :Mack went Ui and neat substantial company who is used to delivering, to Benediction. I
: e" the
trout w-trk
other had used for tbe otcasi"n. of his new come down aud!
boats that Rose yiuvetnr program help him introduce
Captain to Palm Peach Saturday on the launch our The church will! be
charge: of i.i building or overhauling the same beiug a model of arti.ucI stores fronting "D ::S'.u.issis Street are merchants to the and its decor'j i
I X'tctor. wagon opera. ated with flags and '
will show. Jlrinters' 5kill.. j l raised.. flowers.
|I I I tions. t
All are invited to attend. "i' !



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JD Horn & Co. Jacksonville.The JACKSONVILLE! A.-C
SECRET OF PRODUCING tt Will Decide the Middle DUUnplouhlp < Char DIRECTORY. Raymond D Knight Co,
::1 WINTER EGGS. Md Be Worth 3O.OOO. Jacksonvtlle.

>.i, So thorough a grip middle distance __.-." -- CORDIALLY INVITED TO CALL AT THE PQ? CA t
cycle racing has taken on this country I
; K..? T.w BtnbooM Warm and SnpplyFropcr that race meet promoters are already Leading Business Firms and Individuals HOTELS: FURNISHING HOUSE OP

ii a a Triety of Food-Good Stock planning an open competition to determine Whose Cards Appear in This Paper. Seminole Hotel, West Palm Beach 't
Ii I* tk. Fiat BequUlte Good Cue Comet the middle distance championship
i! II Hett. in official David Shafer the The Palms. West Palm Beach.
an ,
t-! Mj observation has shown that manager of Jimmy Michael, the mm of GENERAL MERCHANDISE: The Earman House, West Palm Beach ]VIAX JVIYERSO] ]
whose victories has entitled him to be Park Cottage, West Palm Beach
\ ,' Then only a few make a profit from the hens called the world's champion, believes U D Heodrickson, Lake Worth. -...--
they are confined in hooves during
j the annual championship of the middle .,.
: the cold weather, writes W. H. LIFE INSURANCE:
f; Jenkins in Cultivator and Country Gen distance event will be the greatest cycling RETAIL GROCERS: The White Parlor Clothier.
: tleman. contest of the year and.he considers The Equitable Life Insurance Co, .
u will be to wheelmen what. the 1 D Mathis, West Palm BeachL Jacksonville.
Writing from my own experience, I 1.I
- I Mill say that the first condition neces- Derby means to horsemen. W Burkhardt, West Palm Beach -- Fine Line of all Wool fj Gland
& !IA
I. A purse of not less than $20,000 will Meis all Wool Black $6 75
t&r1 for success is good stock. When I I REAL ESTATE: {
r. be put Mr. Shafer.: The.yace FIRE INSURANCE | Cashmere Pants &
j first started in the business, I built a up says Colored Suits J Uptaard. 3.
I will be 26 or SO miles or for one Hour. WHOLESALE GROCERS: Brelsford Bros, Palm Beach. 4
, hennery and in the fall bought a lot of ; '
\ Mr. Shafer says the plan is already being Wallace R Moses, West Palm Beach.
)>nllet< of different bteeds, ages and Pope & McLaurin, Jacksonville.

: Fees and put them all together in the be run considered off early, and in the he believes coming outdoor it will Thos Nooney & Sons, Jacksonville. J H Livingston, West Palm BeachUNDERTAKING Soft and Stiff Hats

1 nilding. I spent a gaxl deal of time ...
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racing season. New York was first mentioned
It that winter feeding and caring for .
for the race, and then it was SPICES, TEAS AND : Cents ::.
them but I pot very few eggs until thought more advantageous to hold it COFFEES: From 50 Upwards.
J sptilag.ssince then, with thorough r,d E I Gordon, Jacksonville.Geo .
D &
1 R D
in Carson City or wherever the fight between Jacksonville. m ecB=
1 all tI that I raised myself, for tw or H Maltby, West Palm Beach.
I three months in the winter I have ob Corbett and Fitzsimmons, supposing --- 105-107; \V. BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE, FLA. u.J1 -
such an event to be arranged, ..- letj'S<
, blued (Ill au average one-half as iranyeg MEATS
would be. the fists
a' an I had In'us and sold them for from Following great BANKING:
battle, Mr. Shafer thinks a paying gate, Geo S Adams
. 8 to 5 mit!atmve the market quotations. West Palm Beach.
t with admission from $!0 to $20. would Dade County State Bank,
(lie hundr,d hens kept iu this way will Will Whidden, "
not be hard to obtain for the cycle con West Palm Beach
I ay the grocery bill for quite a Urge ., Welshans
i family during the winter. My success test-New York Times. FISH- National Bank of the State of. Florida. ..,. Chas. N. .;

with hens began when I commeucul to AND OYSTERS: J3CI> am,' ,

improve my stock. THE SWIFT CYCLISTS.The East Coast Fish Co, West! Palm Beach. First National Bank of Florida, I iI 'Va 01;

A few dollars spent for eggs is the ... -STATE AGENT FOR-
& Hull
West Palm -- -- -
BeachS It:
lest investment one can make. Minor annual Moscow to St. Petersburgroad I ",.
ra, Leghorns and Spanish are amuim race was won by a Russian named B Miller & Cu, New Yore SEEDS:
the best layers. The pullets should lay Timinsky.The Kingsland & Comstock, New YorkS Wm A HourCo, JjckMjnville. Longman & Martinez Pain
when L Storer, & Co, New York ',
they are 6 mouths old, if they arejToperly advisability of reducing the cycle L\ Cameron, Jacksonville.

fed. and it pays to feed them tax in France is being considered by ... Burton K Barrs. Jacksonville.
well I Lavo known chickens hatched iu the French minister of finance.J. .
ICE DEALERS: ... Lime Brick Shingles, :
Jlay .
not to lay an egg until epriug.i Platt Belts, the speedy Englishman -
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They should have commenced laying as has broken the Australian ten G G Springer, West Palm Beach.DRUGGISTS PINEAPPLE PLANTS: -. -I..
lOOn l'tt lILer Cement and Coal Tar. .
as : to male them profitable.
mile record, making the distance in ...
d G C Maltha uis, West Palm Beach.
Give th --- ---- "t
m plenty of oatmeal and --- ', !
3t 10:02: 2-5, beating the previous record .
ttacked or w luile wheat for the first twoue by 4 3-5 seconds : ---. (

dlings three and mouths a little, then cornmeal bran mixed and mid Maurice has returned to France. He E H Dimick, West Palm Beach. CK: Agent for Sickler's Peerless Cement-Pla :' ;

up carried back no honors from America, Russell & Co, John B Beach West Palm Beach. >
\II ith a little milk, also curd from milk ,
13 South St. Jacksonville Florida. 10-Jl
if it can be gut cheaply, a little ground nor were there any scalps dangling It ..' Hastings& Wylie, Interlachen. Hogan :.,_ :
his belt. The pace was too fast for him,
i true occasionally, and a run where they -I.l'max
AND --- f
and he it bad PRODUCE ON COMMIS-
ill gave up as a job.
1 get in scratching for worms t
sad insects, uud you will have mature A. C. Mertens, the five mile champion SION: FERTILIZERS: --- -- 7:1 jI.

pullets that w ill commence laying M ben is at his home in Minneapoli J B Massa & Bro, Jacksonville. Wm A Hours & Co, Jacksonville.Baker -ft.-. 5

they are 6 to 7 mouths old, according resting up for next season. Marlene will Albert J Bucky & Co, & Holmes, .. Dr. C. F. Houston
to the breed. Pallets will sojnetiuifca lay not compete on any indoor tracks this ,
Thos Nooney & Son Bros,
few weeks Winter and will do -- -- --
A : in the full, but will stop no training.

paying! when the weather becomes so Michael will not go to Europe, bu -- ..' Jacksonville Fertilizer Co, Jacksonville ............DENTAL PARLORS............. .
I Ct Id that they must be confined iu the will remain in this country with the DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING -..5.TEAMBOATS. .-- :

houses. Huw to keep them laying all other professional riders. If the littl : S .HEAVY I.CmXERYAND ESTABLISHED 1884. ;
winter is the I Kohn, For the i.ext thirty Oafs |irlct will be as follow: Gold Fillings.15 Plastic FU'iBA,.
question with which ; fellow is at work the Furchgott &
wet kept through winter Jacksonville.. .
CASTINGS: los!; ylluyFillinQal: to$t.3oPlate+, *5 t" $': Full SeU (very b.-.tl.fatota! Batruogk'
are now concerned. and next summer, his handlers will Cohen Bros, Jacksonville.Dave b y a painlc-s method where platen are made Fin cl ifis operators and Po.ite Attawuiii. ?=<-

i Egg laying is a part of the function probably break him down. Singer, Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co, 1-.8-97 Cor. Bay and Laura Sts., over Mrs. Keene, JACKSONVILLE)

K1 r of reproduction, and in the wild ctate John S. Johnson will probably securea Mrs J Frank, West Palm Beach Jacksonville.
there is an instinct which them Florida Machine Works
prompts Jacksonville. -- -- --- -
match race with Michael some tim -- --- -
i to fulfill this -..
unction -
during warm in January for a distance of from 15 to -.-
I w<*ther, when the conditions are morefuaraLle. 25 miles. Johnson is in hard training MEN'S FURNISHERS:

To induce hens to lay (- gsin and will be ready to meet all inthe GAS AND OIL MOTORS AND MACHINERY
the comers J A Craig & Bro, Jacksonville. E.I I.
3 winter we must! imitate the nat middle distance game. REPAIRS: GORDON
ural conditions of egg rodnctioa a. Max Myerson, Haines
August Lehr.: the German champion, Brothers.1acksonville.
cl'ely as possible and tuuke their cur ,
who will remain in this country next -... --..-
niandings in the hiuiiery: correspond: "
season and fight for the chompionsbiof IRRIGATING PLANTS & SUPPLIES
*ith those in the spring as near as pi:ttilile. TAILORING: :
We must provide warmth, sun America, is the largest racing man John G Christopher, Jacksonville. '
on the posh today. He weighs 204 Livy-The Popular Price Tailor- a a
li.:ht, a variety of food and make them .. j' Undertakerand
J work for their: foodA pounds His favorite game is short dis Jacksonville. -- -

warm house and a variety of fort: tance'epri racing. The New York Tailoring Cu, DENTISTS:

aril necessary! but these will not brinepgs Edo sud Taylore, the French champion -.-- Dr J A Pugh, West Palm Beach. Embalmer.Full
unless the bens recently beaten by Michael, .
are healthy and akipt weighs L T Daniel, Cocoa.
busy scratching, as they must th- 1S9 pounds and is 5 feet 4 inches in HARDWARE: C F Houston

to obtain worms and insects in the emum height lIB is a great nnpaced rider, M E Gruber, West Palm Beach. .. Jacksonville.
<'r. In the morning I give tht m a being able to ride three and four miles OW Weybrecht, M D L Dodson, Titusville. Line of Metallic Caskets.

wi-nn math of bran, middlings, out, at a 2:08 or 2:10 clip, and at >paced -...--

O.'lUDe&lllud sometimes a little ground work, his favorite, he is hard to beat. -.s. PHYSICIANS
bone LUMBER: AND SURGEONS: Telegraphic Orders Filled by First T.

I want to feed them only just wt..: PRACTICAL POINTS. Dr R B Potter, West Palm Beach.
T V Cashen Jacksonville. .. .. ..
I tb ly will eat up at once, then several II C Hood,
: i tines during the day throw a liti. Soiled cork handles can be renovated Builders Supply Co, St Augustine. E W Pugh, II 10-28-97 19 West Adams St., JACKSONVILLE FLA.

mail: grain, wheat, oats or buckwheatfor by the use of a little turpentine.A ... ----...-

a variety, on the floor and cover it bicycle, like a watch, should be a
., several in, Its deep with a litter i.f, carefully overhauled now and then, FURNITURE: LAWYERS: ViT

1 leaves, chat or other material. CutboiM whether W I It'tcaHrest Palm .
and anything appears to be the Geo H Maltby, West Palm Beach. Beach.A East Coast Fish
p niat should be kept in box matter with it or not The E Heyser, Jtno. Company
with slats the Chadwick-SwaimlCo, Jacksonville.
over top. Green bunt I
It is Robbins & Graham
a most excellent thing, The Miami.
; frjn; the butcher's, with says
cut bone
American Cyclist to know when a nut Pope & Campbell, Jacksonville. RETAIL
cuter, -
are u' warp to get the best results
as they take the place of tie is tight enough. Who in bill early experience PIANOS AND ORGANS: ....-
as a rider has not twisted the
In wt rml anti iuaecU: which the hens pet head clean off the bolt? Ludden & Bates' So Music House, I CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS: J -
lummer.ht'llll and grit must be /.r. r, DEALERS Mr
provided, and boxes of dry earth near a Very few persons who undertake to Jacksonville.: Franklin Sheen, West Palm Beach. V "J f .,
su.uiy wiudow for a dust bath. The repair and overhaul their machinesthemselves -..- \ ;- 1-.....

hu.b8 must be so warm that one cantuyia realize that the wheel is a JEWELERS: NOTARIES PUBLIC: [ .
it tie coldest weather without delicate piece of machinery. In economizing : FRESH
Idner & Son, West Palm Beach. Guy I Metcalf, West Palm p
- II bang uncomfortable, with large windows by repairing your own wheel the Beach.V .
!II to kt in the sunshine, but having wheel is liable to be subjected to rough --."..._- R Moses, .. "

it \ dm r* to clow over them on very cold treatmentA I BUILDING SUPPLIES: J H Livington, .

day pair of good tires should stand 10.- I -....------ to

I'I' -The Sumatra- 000 miles of ordinary road work. The Southern Fuel and Supply Co, BARBERS:
editor of The We t.
was recently Jacksonville.Chas .
line tardy sots the beautiful Wilson Weatherford, West
Black Palm
1 shown a pair that had been ridden Welshans, Jacksonville. Beach receive
SDlAatrat'n at a poultry show. Yer delivered
we know iiu more beautiful fowl no 13,000 miles in this country Iud Builders Supply Co, St Augustine. I fresh '
i i one better suic<,d to adorn the grouul- Europe to the fabric were still in spots.ridable althoughworn Gen Hacker & Son, Charleston, S c.1 I Try THE SUN for Job Work. Oysters free

i I. of the country gentleman than the lust I
I twin Sumatra. But beauty is not all Pedals very often work loose in their I! ______ every anywhere

that these fowls are cood fur. They art sockets through the wearing of the "Small and sure profits,often day. -- in town.
thread of the repeated,
I lDoe.& excelleut layers and the best of screw. best way to are the foundation of modern "
I mothers if allowed their liberty. An overcome this is to wind the stem closely -- -- --- wealth.
I old Sumatra will take her brood iutitb with coarse thread or darning wool, -

i field, where her chicks will bo as then coat this with ordinary gum arabic. Fish Houses at Railroad Wharf Opposite the :

haidy as any breed and grow like quail Screw on the nut as firmly as possible,

t' f opD the insects and tender leavesf securely.The and it will. generally be found to hold A TallorThat il l' Ice Factory. i".n-97

grit*. Sue is not heavy and will not \ -
j /> --
break her s.-Poultry Monthly. proper position of the saddle is ---- ---- ----- -- --

!I t one of the necessary adjuncts of comfort
t : Dry Picked Poultry. which make spins, long or short a pleas- can fit you and give you first-clas

17 pictid poultry sells better if the are. The slanting position of the saddle 4 work at popular prices should secure

!j 1 pi- sing is j.ruptrly done, but it is nor' with the decline toward the front I your; patronage. \Ve make an All SUBSCRIBE! FOR SUN

; di dull to do well and takes more time forks, is noticeable among the scorching Wool Suit to order for $12.00, $13.50 THE
To dry contingent, but the I F'9 ,
pick properly the work should only correct: way ii $i5coandi6.oo{ Better for
be leguu immediately after the bird is to have the saddle adjusted so that it $18.00$2o.oo$22.5o ,
J killed and while the blood is still flow will be perfectly horizontal. $23.50 and $25.00.

ing ai after the -
body gets cold it is alI --
I to order, -
oi'x-t Imposed to avoid tearing the The Uordtren of Lru. $2'75$3,00,13,501,00,15.00 and $6 oo.

akin In packing the head may be The Turkish soldiers who killed MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT-Samples and >

t! ,. pla.ed auJ,rthe wing, but the body Frank Lena, the young American bicyclist on application. Self-Measurement Blank sent you want a STEAMBOAT?

and legs should be straightened out Armenia several years ago
i Piu-ages! holding from 100 to 2i'J hate been convicted and
sentenced to 15
pin Jdl sell most readily. The birdsshn years' imprisonment But The Popular Price Tailor
according to i L I o--We have them
j lid be UiLtxl to sell, and if have
I tightly; to avoid any the cable message received at the state : we none

t iliuping' iu the paciage.Iniprofeiueot department notifying Secretary Sherman 13 Main 81. on hand to suit, we can build......
by Selection. I of the result of the case, not one of Fla JUST WHAT YOU WANT.
the murderers WaIl
present at the trial,
1<) increase the egg! : producing capacity and sentence was pronounced in their H r' We do Dyeing, Cleaning and Repairing. We are also prepared to furnish

if a flock requiressnleetiuu. The absence.-American CyclistLaw 10-28-97
1 mi aka made is not m th.. selection lIt> I .
the hens, but of the I - Pumping Outfits
male as he is the of the Roed. If for
you are Irrigation.
thinking of
sire of all the chick- hatched Eggsfro irrigating your truck
We are constantly asked on which I IRRIGATION pineapple field or orange ,
: i the best layers only should Le usedfor tide you wish to grove, send me size of a7e Write
one vehicle should pass another cover and full information or ''301100]
hatching, and the malo should I." from the rtar. Custom and usage make desired and give estimate'oHost"* I will be glad to furnish all of what you IH for Anything in our Lilll'.tbat.011. net'd.
information -
bait bed from au egg laid by the It-' the left the
side. The law,
proper contrary I
hen In the flock: using only pure lr to what J. G. Merrill-Stevens
seems to be a general belief CHRISTOPHER Engineering Co.
foci and
avoiding kinship if pusdble leaven the driver! or rider at liberty ,

U i rolificacy. can be transmitted to th to pass on either side provided he does Machinery and Mill Supplies. Jacksonville
progeuy.H not interfere with the Florida.
easy progress of Irrigating Machinery a ,
th* other.-American '
t O101i 1 o 2I4J7 Proprietor



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A CRACK REGIMENT.Of ; through the corn. That field was a plan --, f
of unparalleled slaughter for both eider PARK COTTAGE ESTABLISHED 1875-

l Of THE SIXTH GEORGIA UNDER her Hill's and division some brigades lost over were half destroyed.its num Now Open Under i I William A. ,Bours & Co. : r 1

COLONEL COLQUITT. Out of 34 field officers 6 were killed and New Management. I :
17 wounded Colonel Newton and :Major -
MHts't.d M..wmU i.e1w.Y Attack at Tracy of the Sixth were among the Beautiful Frontage on Lake Worth,
... IIIW-A.ra. Oa,.. JUUcUn.IM killed and the regiment lost 196 in Opposite Hotel Royal Poinciana. I Grain, Garden Seeds and

TtrrUU.. IWt.......IB tb. rrte.U.AI killed and wounded and 80 missing. I : !

RtohBMMd M4MM. hMnbara.J11C1It. glory Eight betide line officers their fallen slept commanders.on the field of I Large, Airy, WeII-Furnished Rooms 6 East Bay St.. Jacksonville, Florida.

bjr American Pm* Aao- Colqnitt's brigade was reorganizedafter i .
GUUML book n&bu IYkn 4. Rates: J2 Per Day and Upwards
l Antietam, and the ranks of tbe \t e H.iml.e mly the neat and \limt Reliable So-edll. A Complete stuck of
NLYoneparallelA. Special Rates by the Week Month
._ .,. can the be found in depleted The Sixth reginients had a respite filled by from recruiting.heavy WEST PALI BEACH, FLORIDA. 11-28 Hay, Corn Oils, Floor, Bran, Wheat,
\II record of figbting for a time. It was in the front I

'. famous regiment Federal fort of the column which Stonewall Jackson i I Cotton Seed Meal doth Bright
) 08 burled Hooker's flank GE.
upon right 011the ZAPF, GEO LAWRENCE _
striking battle \T WHOL" ALE-
) plank road beyond Chaucellorsville
record of the May 2, and II I Oner. Captain. 'trte A* 'nu For Tygsrf Allen Fertilizer
.. 1863 also in the thick of
:. Sixth Georgia. the fight at tbe Chancellorsville house tar llran't tVrtiiizcr--Guarantiw-l; Viialrsu, Orange Tree and Vegetable
In point of numbers on Sunday :May 8. In the two days' I Launch Seminole 6r.mnllit.e, Nitrate $ala. Muriitouf 1'lIta.h. Sulphate Potash .
enrolled Thettrrnlizrr* have no "I"ri"| in the Market and a trial will "
battles i it lout but 50 men. When D f -'ml fi rCatal.>giie. tive -- -
length of aerrice and losses in killed on marched northward to Gettysburg the U. S. MAIL BOAT
the field both numerically and by I ,
brigade was sent to; North Carolina aur.
the history of the Second Wisconsin thence to Charleston where it took ;. I Makes Daily Trips Between West

, Georgia it Identical regiment with Both that entered of the banner the. conspicuous part in the defense of tb Palm Beach and Juno, Slopping atAll 1iG1111111111111111111111'111f11111i1111111111f11111111f1" " " " '," '
island batteries, Fort .
i especially Wagner.In Intermediate Points.
field in 1661. The ;
record of the Sixth
resisting the attacks on Sumter and
Georgia, M found in the only regimental --
Wagner the regiment lost many of iu -
history preserved, closes iu July, best men. RUNS THROUGH THE FINEST --
1864, with the regiment in the trenches In leaving Virginia the regiment by FISHING GROUNDS ON LAKE

at Petersburg.mustered out The in June Second 186-Wisrontinwas &. having ', In no means the middle turned of away the from winter the of battle.Ibti4 WORTH EVERY--DAY.- :
I Tlie Meat M arket I
closed iu City t t
of' Iu fighting death roll career was the at SpotttylvanU. heaviest- II when Eapidan.Lee's Colquitt's army lay brigade in camp was orderedto on the Cumfortable'umnJoldlitiuLI1. fur bay 1'us."ugero. r

any infantry regiment in the Federal Florida to help check the Federal in ---- ,
army according to numbers enrolled. I vasiou of the interior of that state. The --
I Launch leaves Railroad Wharf --
Placed in juxtaposition, the figures indicating every
campaign was settled at one blow by
the strength and losses of these I j the battle of Olustee, or Ocean Pond morning at 8 o'clock. 11-18-97 ;
I r two regimenu are seen to be remarkilly Feb. 20. At the beginning of the battle I GEOISIADAJMSIPropr, !

dote: I the Sixth detached from tbe
was brigade --
EnroUaLKined.cent.Per Wounded !I and sent to the extreme left of the Con Farms Wanted E ery here. =-= : : DEALER IX : :
frvond Rtaco gin. 1.!e 23 19.7 SIS federate position, where attack was least I:
We fell Farms qul.ktyforcah What havecouf..raairorexch.nge'
Bath lftIorria. Ua 2a: 19.5 &8 But the
expected. unexpected bappeuuland :: ARSON: H Kl"SELL & ; \
Ten different counties contributed tbe the regiment was heavily engaged ( 0.. ALrou. Ohio. 10-21 Florida and Western Meats,
ten" companies organized as the sixth for four hours. The cartridge boxes of ,. *
Georgia regiment, in Way 1861. The the fighting men were emptied and those E Armour's Star Hams, Bacon
regiment was the first in Georgia and of the dead aud wounded on the field Clematis Avenue -
piiMibly in the whole Confederacy, to rifled for supplies, and the regiment i and Bologna, Tripe and Pig's :
enlist for the war. Captain Alfred II. held its ground until Colquitt brought I l
Colquitt was elected colonel Proceeding op the full brigade to its support. Tbe Supply Store-:: E Feet, Domestic Poultry, Venison :

at once to Richmond the Sixth was Confederates won the day, and after ---
sent to Yorktown in the column form. seeing the country cleared of Federalsfor ::-West Palm Beach, Florida, i;: and Wild Turkeys, Butter
ing there to stay the advance of the good the Georgians started north -
Federal forces up the peninsula from again halting for a time at Cbarll' tlu. I J. D. MATHIS, Proprietor. E and Eggs, and a Full Line of

Fortress Monroe. During a year in the The Sixth lost 62 killed and wounded at ,I iSucccwor t. Braooiog Baker?and Grocery C.) ,
Yorktown army the regiment lost 123; Olustee. Mv Motto--Quick Sale and Small I'ToDut. Vegetables. !
men by sickness No heavy fighting fell When the campaign opened in May,
to its lot until the battle of Seven Pines, I 1864. Colquitt was ordered to VirginiaAnd Bakery Goods and _P

at thecloaeof May lt G2. The regiment reached Richmond just as General Family Groceries w Y ;
was in the brigade of General Raius, Butler was advancing upon the cityfrom ---
which charged upon the Federal bank the south. His command joined ....My Specialty. -
when it wu surprised at Seven Pines Beauregard for the defense of Drewry .- EMail Orders from any Responsible
Compared with other portions of tbe Bluff on the 16th of :May. Ikanregard Goods delivered free to any partof ---
division engaged there under! A. P. Hill took the initiative and attacked Butlerat the City or across the Lake == Parties in the County will Re-
the low in the brigade was blight The daylight. The Sixth supported General All Orders Given Prompt Attention. !: i

Sixth lot heavily in its right companies, Ransom's charge, which at a G\V uop Goods First-Class and Fresh. Highest ceive Prompt Attention. .
its adjutant was killed and Lieutenant carried the Federal breastworks, and prices paid for country produce. --
Colonel J. M. Newton wounded. came out with a loss of 92 killed and Buy of uit aud I w ill Rave you money britNew --
At the battle of Guinea Mill, which wounded. This battle saved Richmond r- 444
the Confederates call Cold Harbor the for a time, but the Confederates ere - --- !

Sixth fought in a brigade newly organized disappointed that Butler was allowedto Store -
under Colonel Colqnitt. who had escape. A Specialty is Made of Supplying
been made a brigadier. It was attachedto After seeing Butler disposed of Col
the division of D. IL Hill and under quitt's brigade crossed tbe James to New (Goods 4-. Winter Cottagers, Yachts, Private :
him supporter Stonewall Jackson in help Lee bead off Grant, and on the 1st '-' '-'

the tUuk attack which he had brought Of June the Sixth stool on the same New prices. Cars and Parties. ----,
i .... -
(' -
bin valley army down to taring upon ground where it had fought two years 1
Flu John Porter's line north of the before in the battle of Gaines MilL The We welcome all our old fricudiaud :::

I Cbickahomiuy. I Federal charges of the 1st and 3d were .. ors patrons t"vIsit,aiidcordullymxite u-, .htr.ing-. .. :-: ns,7
The following brief account: of the I easily repulsed with no loss to the Confederates -
worth In front of the \Vatche, Clocks, Jewelry and ;
experience tin in the of field the by Sixth an that officer day, shows writ. ,I Sixth the Eighth naming.New York ....Optical Goods :f1 ,IIIIII..,..,III..,llllllllllll........,...111...................l..i..l.Jl..1..1..11.1.LITTLE .. .. .. .. .. .

what a matter of fact affair the going I: tillery lost over 500 men bea"Yllr-1 Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing
into tattle becomes: "Wewarched rap- ,! Wounded iu a single charge. A Georgia Neatly and Satisfactorily Done

idly and reached the battlefield about 1 I I Officer who was there bays: "Our men Only OpiiciaiiH in-the- -City. Eyes tested
o'clock iu the afternoon. Under a hut free by !.test approved raethoilj. The new
fire from the batteries on the adjacentbills -.tore wit b*.iu charge o' l'ror frin1Idner., BROS.
Graduate Oiiiiciaa of Ki. gS Optical C"lIcjje. :
we were thrown first on one part NewDaily fork.
of the lines and then on the other as the I Papers and Periodicals.
enemy seemed to be concentrating cm 9 <
Fertilizer pf05ptate :
one or the other point At last we were G. W. IDNER & SON, :
ordered forward and boon met the foe. hit poor South Russell \ < os' Drug Store
t Seminole Bluck' Call un iw
With. shout our boys charged and the 10-21-9 Jacksonville, Florida.

enemy gateway uutil re-enforced by JL1
- ---
the Mjooud line of battle, when we were
I I :
E.ll. UDIll'K.I't'lpt'i
baited and with our thinned ranks I .: West .to" Jf you are requiring Fertilizers for .
fought blunt desperately for more than I
two hour. Jubtut this time re-enforce- i I i Vrgelnbles, Pineapples, Etc, write to .
tuuuiB were went to our relief and. mistaking -I Palm
v I Ia wlll'e give value .
us II C((II you more
us for the enemy, poured

lrate der the\olley concentrated into our rear.fire from Even dt'I-I I Beach fur your money than any other Man .

I Dealer in this State
aud foe our shattered ranks stood unbroken. ufacturer or .

The re-eufuntmeuts bwep by, II I Drug from any other State. Jrriteforpant- .
driving the enemy before them. Dark.
o etc. to above ad dress. >
phlets prices
s new coming i>u, we slept on our tams ,
Our loss was exceedingly heavy-more 'I-Store.IIlULEltS .
tlua 21)0) killed and wounded fully half COLONEL A.U. COLQCITT.
the number tarried into action." I [Leader of the l Pisth Georgia.J

has struggle denriled took place uu stood perfectly cool aud deliberate and I lr 1f..T.. '7..T3.o.Y. -
the McGee House bill, first with the almost every bhot brought; down its man
regular battalions uumr Lykesaud then The ground in front of our works was -.0-
with the \oluutttra of General J. J. literally covered with Federal dead ai.d !

Ikrtlett's During brigade.the "Seven Days' battles" I wonuded.Immediately after the bloody repulseof Drugs, Toilet Articles. I Lake Worth Ice Works

Hill' division remained with Jackson's Grant's efforts at Cold Harbor, C i.l- l
column and didn't get into action umU quitt returned to the south of the James ctrl

the ultcruutiu of July 1, when it marched I end occupied the trenches at Petersburg.The ; Fine Stationery I Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper of .
command built the famous salienton
op to the Federal batteries ranged i
"titr above tier" at Malveru llill. At i the east of the city in front of Hart-. Sundries.
the signal for attack Hill's divi.ionthargt'd II bill where the Federal Fort btwlnuiu Orugqist
alone. Seeing that there were I 'was locatud. The slaughter of Federalin : .
no iris'iw supporting leading brigade i front of Colquitt's salient was equal I're.rrl1)tioilsl'arefllIly I t'' !!}"'II IItI..1

under Central Garluud Hill sent the to that of Cold Harbor. It was there : East: (Coa.st MuCEO.S.HACKER&. ss'edicitwltitsI = \ ICE $
gixth the Lulhtbwtptfield that the First Maine heavy artillery
Georgia acrou 1'.11.11 1:1-\1'11.: : ti I I c ; : AND
to the task. Fortunately: for the lost G32 men killed and wounded iu a I '
regiment Toornbs' Georgia brigade single charge on the Ibth of June. I I
marched up from the flank and drew I I For CO days the Georgians stood under ,
would ', fire iu those trenches, und it is HI U SON
the tiu-iny's tie or the ,
have bun wiped i out. It escaped: with a I I known history that every atteuijt "t I '
lobs (if 10 men. ;, Grant to force"them failed. During tLat cSba I! Distilled WaterJ
: tbe birth lost 24 killed and'U
The sixth missed the bloody field of i time i ii
I Colonel Ai
Its commander
Second full Run Hill's division re- iI iI
tuaiuiug at Richmond when Lee marched ;:I cold, was killed July ?. I I
When Grant begau operations to turnLee's
north against Pope, but it made up I
left at the Weldon road, Culquui p ,
in Maryland.1'
for it in the battles
Autietam it fought in the cornfield onoe more rushed to the point of dan 'i ># i, I Ii 1Os
His brigade fought in Hill's col ..
along the pike where its Federal dou- ger. i
at Globe Tavern on the 19th oiSeptember tt' I f
I umu
lie, the Secondwouhiu, was engaged i i! in the attack on GeneralWarren's I ,
General! Colquitt's brigade was : I, xt '
'I forces, which had seized a I --" I i
In the firbt line to advance from theI I
II :
the I I strip of the railroad to cut off Lee's supplies I, :
woods at Dunker's Church across -4------- t
I' from the bouth. The Siiin
cornfield Hooker's! to batteries tbe fence and, beyond line which of buttle layI joined coming in a tank attack on Warren lets I I t.\1 I 1" \t 'IT I{ K- :I ; West Palm Beach. '

the ,
Mabone Entering fight
The both regiment went into the tight' by JJ01, : L.:: JIII-.>'-;'
it bore off as trophies foUl
of 250 strong I
160 btroug. It made a breastwork I i
the oouiiuaudei
the fence and plied bullets into the: Federals :, Federal battleflags and : 1.S3keBB1u1tii. I ". d rs 4. A' rr.!: ..t. A.\'v w J,.W.A..t..
until a second: line of the enemy of a brigade of Pennsylvanians, togethir : .. ;
column .: with his btaff and 1,000 men. Inis
marched it iu frout and a .
Game the flauk. breaking Col swoop was made ly penetrating between I 'f U 11.11-11 ;
on :
up the and picket It'IICr\ .
pickets ,
Hurled I i "' 1'-
qritt's commaud iuto fragments .
: {
and the main line! of Federals. I Strawberry
tuck into the tall corn and purnudby GEORGE: L. K1u1ER. tkztlll.111r fll3tet'1' .

the enemy the fragments 'ca1llblDtt'nuingltod ..
with ranks of their foes., Only one-fifth of the boys of India goo \\.antcUt.s br-t uitod to Fl-inda and the East; Coast. Send to JOHN
till the Georgians held on, waiting fir LARGEST FACTORY SOUTH. MELBOURNE, FLORIDA, for 1'riceJ.ist :
( school and only one ulueuib of the i it CO. Special just
supports w faith attempted to reach them t.- Send for hntw J PLANTS LARGE AND HEALTHY ; :
111 ware rat til oa bui blind xuud: Kirk



E tt ,


; : :; :: Y < : ::'f; r y ; .. ,rft477Tt''w-.cv'
WILL OCR CITY water works give THE
I lIlt :: HEBatork
1Ir.! us enough pressure to raise the water i-
i itl
to the second story of the Sex LESSON VIII
I f p'ktEW (

3 I t1UY I I. office. NATIONAL Goods
i iI ea Spring
'Teat of the
Veraea, 5. I
17 .
i Florida Press Association in the way of offering inducements to - yy..yy..yy..yy.yY.Y..Y..Y.------ -Y? ht

factories or hustling to pet new and ".. J

c AFFILIATED WTI1 profitable enterprises started here or Btearna. -4& Kohn Furchgott & Co
.; National Editorial [Copyright,
section and CCoi
7 f even to advertise this; 24. "Now

*'* have we even a Board of Trade left? apostles are the I ....,..,r.------- _. o..dem
..' SUBSCRIPT ION: Is cal'l'll Peter I : :; ;;i'D; :;; ;: : \let.raw .
I va i and Largest Dry Goods, Carpet and Clothing House the State base j
; One Tear,In adraneo..........._............<2.K a Jesus Himself large quantities of Goods, including and Dr not

,i 1 !III Three! Month Monthn., In advance,... .... ....... ..11.00 THE BLOWING UP of the warship and and villages preaching I: Organdies.receiving Fancy: Wash Ne"Spring Linens CheckedForeign Nainsooks, tint

adraner-. soITIMSHED Maine in the of Havana[ basin i and healing e\W ; Embroideries Straw Hats, Etc., which are offered now at our Popular Lot ro:
ease among the I of goods are imported direct by us, such as Silks Dress Goods, Linens fig.; take on
t it a portentious meaning if its 'causeis ( '.
Who Samples cheerfully sent on application.
EVEIT were aa & to $pdetWl1h
I BCACB. DADE COUNTY.DAY FLORIDA.CNTE2BD AT WE8TTAIU. .4 in any way traced to Spain oSpantxrd' r touched His Tra
pies to pray the States. Liberal Terms and the usual Cash Discounts offered. We solicit t g
While Florida almost
} $ He would tend ts I :. throughout the State, assuring them that we shall give them very lowest Wf feeliotroetU .
AT THE POST to a man, has every sympathy for harvest chapter U &bas (

1t BEACH AI SECOND-CLASS OFFIC" IS MATTER WFST PALM Tuba, it is not by any means insensible pray this(prayer e *- .T.T . * . . P. TTT., .......... o:

to unexposed condition and the to selves imply U a He n large and elegant line of Clothing, Gents' Fu''c Jttttbo"pcadace

i Plooeer'i1'ahltCetton Raperof Dade County and the Uld..t possible results to its roasts in case following this !If fitting Window 1 Shades, Lace Curtains, Trutlk fmD't
on the East ,,
1 Coast of of The we have the .
Florida wai. fearful loss of life on the
between Tiliiftville ending forth
'. and Key Wellt. Maine is calculated to work up frdinp 12, we read that ....... ; ec10r
- - - - - - - - - - - IYSJthU
: to the most intense dt'g'rePllntl' twelve He went \

Beet &dvertl.dngMedlmnun it the cause of the fearful disaster i is pray, and r :. .. feeI&
1 .: (hi ".ast Coast God. In Mark Kohn Furchgott & Co
tt of Florida. traced to Spainish agency, then ordained them &!at-fl

Florida, to a man would Ray, 'it.t Rim and that : .. ctecil

OBANGE CITY FLA., has organized ample satisfaction be demanded to night preach before and His to l Jacksonville, Fla. &!d ti

n Board; of Trade and in going to even at the expense of war that He had Meadth
to do that they should ,
something. HARDLY FAIR. and that their tfjjitht

e 6, 6 "These t T- 'Y ...,r .. ..... ... I" ..
and commanded : : .+" "'.Tr:':T' ..... c".I'. ,:>::;. : .+.:3jc., r"'' LYj; +--. '+. + .:*:: ''o ........:

THE BOARD OF TRADE of DeLandHeeiu5to In reporting/ the deaths in this the way of the rct7 flbapd
s :
be hustlers. It is claimed, State there is always! included a num- of the -":".

that a cassava: starch factory has bar of those who tile here only temporarily rather Israel.to the : b12 a
v )boen secured for This I ( : CARl'S' -- T 1 LEGAL NOTICE! the"11.'
that town and the having mostly come to this not be I = .
-- -
board: is still State for their health With Ood'a plan
hustling and die her e.
which is to bless
tr' .its Some of these may have lived here nations through NOTICE OP CONTEST. a.an .

even a year or more while of vealed in the ?
WHISTLING THE WEATHER. many depart from it, U LT. S.LARD OFFICI AT :iit TttU, IerJ
f< them have: only been here a short llere'ater =
1 _...._ God are without Uumoleintbaringbeea' I4.q
time-a few months or even days in'Ioml" Take as sample by BntUiw William eauTe4rte t
We understand ( W MUM LMC,Cssg*
that the F. C. & P. Ilk.pl for ahimlimlnz bi .
xxvii, 61.1.6, Ilnwom ..
;tndsomeof / cases and yet in the report of ,, N.. iS.777. davit September a,pot tt'a, -
the 11I 17
other ,
railroads up vital t ,nf 8\\1(. Set.st. "'L CtMn
statistics for this State these I Tr .II'cJ\
I It the fbte are givn jr notification which we would the Sertion S, TowDiihlp Soatk. Stan t y .
deaths are all) charged up against it.E'pu With Math. U, 38 in DaileCountr, Flort'U.. till a rates OIl.flhn'l
1 by whistling/ signals, t, and the other I anrellitioi. of Mill entry Ibc taW psfea
i they with these counted in statistics these three : : I IJ hereby summoned tot ah'varJn1 fat l 11. I
arranged with the !beiore the Cnr.utj "..Ip,tm M a4 ,
"show that fewer people die here will bring one \ <| ..,., ,
Weather* .Bureau to do t>o. Christ His J| lLife 1 Tire 24th Day of January II _
in this
.t Six long/ blasts of five seconds each State in proportion to the (Math XV, U); I I I tat lo n cUR-k A. M, Jot rMponJ l ..!hmki pithdhUl

is givettever .three population than in any other Statein mission at this iI I I hmaoyroorrrnuaatdalkte The ease ..111111I bla..1 tki J itiirianj eke i=
l miles t#
: as the Union or in other Ing rejected and I I-llt. J.M. n.UtrQ
train pusses through the country of X 1>. Wl.\Rll .
country er His I fc York IIT. "Kewiter .
!**- in the
.ind this indicates that frost but even with this good commission aa in I .twt

"ipected hat can tie showing/ only think how much betterit 7 And as we --.,:.wr I
We hav; heard or of no following such arranffmenH night. would I be were these deaths omitted preached kingdom the of I I TTj'ole! Over NOTICE FOR PUBLICATIOXiTiist =:-

that really do not belong to us. and the It, and i Lasnorrre
being made by the East Tiu.i.ru4 j kg 0
d Railway and would! and if put in the statistics at all of the king I ; X-.tlce. hereby ureii January thai:.tfct.U8I..... ilil
suggest that it ,
should be reported separately and among them ( ) I named settler. bu filed notkratklito fie........
xould be a good thing: for them to .bad they been I mxkrtinal pnxil la apporl of Iit011
do and chiirped: up to the States where they and risen : I Xeio Insurance sad that sold priM>f will tn ma latlndrf ,,_
would be
appreciated by doubtless have nn-utt Court, at Juno HaM KII .W_
those originate/ so to speak and from 1 'IH."u:
who lie along/ that lino, many rection, but I Thomas i=l1i
which Cunm'ff, Palm ttactfk
the of ,
I / of whom-Aretoo far from telegraph partieaconte.Tlli9 Of Him, He, I Dtarilts18x It.). 21.$70.forthe .. &:e 4
Jihad Xo. 4 .u%
.ffleea tojret word matter has been brought: tour In parable II 42 !o\.. It. 43 E. VB n-
_ way. opond till His : ;. He name the
attention following wUnwMS to P
As it will I *rost nothing and recently by several I (Luke rix, IMS I Inn cnntinaou -IJence upon aNltttsnlml FOWL
i nny deaths that have of saul land.11:
occurred in this 8 I
vicinity "Heal the
'lo a Treat oVal of rood, it is to be j M. E. snent-er,ot Lake Worth. Horitt. .U 6
I during the raise the dead, N. W. Pitt. ,
past month
_ hoped the F: E.C. Ry.. will ortwo, have I. l>.
start thsignals of received I Has Now Ilillhonse. of Palm Bear"n&
one which .
was from H(tident l IUggt! .ted that E'23Dimkk.. r-
: drowning and could be ter contain Nosdwd'r J. U. BAHCO, BaQg4 eat
charged/ to ; special | I I Insurance in
mission or the >with
us but all: the others were from disease
ANtfWEKSARY NUMBER. 16 to 29 directions

!__-?,...- I\ already contracted in other all ages, and veri I Force ofOrer : WHEN in Jacksonville be sure.. 4 btu

I The twenty-fifth Statesand which it was vainly hoped Christ in its j I it your Old Friend, who will israa that
mimlierof Ing attention to you with Bargain inDry
the Florida) this climate would help or cure. In I tub
Ajrrieultnrist is each of these
just at hand "and contents noted." In every case, even in the case of 11/11 unto yon'' I i (Codds.' riolliins wboJents

Both photographically drowning: the parties were residentsof 9 "Provide .. 950000000.00 ( I'm uktthlglD. __ ad
and typn- brass in your I I SINGER Manager, De
jTaphieally jr is an artistic success other States and had been here question is, "\\' I j And Has 11 Bridge Mreet.Near Bay. weff

i and when it is taken into considera) but a short time yet their deaths go will go for us?!" : 1 11-11-0'7 rAt SONVILLF.VBargains : .. cnr
tion that every bit "f work on it, e- in the vital statistics of this State God business the Father.and : a

j f ept the engraving/ : ,was done in D..- to our discredit by showing that may rely upon : I IJ SarplusOver in Land.':

Land, it speaks volumestnr theenter- much larger number of deaths in true need to them (.' !
Ilri.u of itspulilishersanil of the faililies : proportion to our inhabitants than by Christ Jesus." At from 1-1 to 1-1 i.f prim on idjninilif lwk l

j j of their puhlMiins house! for really hhould be put down to us.' phrased it, Make I i ward Muck )a-d lots fruit at taper lands for aut'1Id1..1./1urinVt S-.,lot It'll.If __

wt doubt if !letter If these parties who die here light. He'll make days. Thrse lauds are on Lake Wortk totMLantana. _,_.
i or even as goal 1 were 10. "Nor scrip ; and knowu as the HrpdnaGU 11 .
,', :in issue conUI.have Iteen included in our list of inhabitants it two coate, neither .. =- -=: Llolt-th. best land in the i oubty Tea klpecul
gotten offer IIIIL
+ i tip for vegetable an I pine.|yl' fper
icy would lessen the for the workman I :. I.'rs.
i any other house' in the OUtll. proportion a little : ..
If we the I Ea.y t rrn-6 deffrrrf
are rent Kf
The edition is fully illustratedc- although even then it not lie fair but Lord's business, I Comp'y m..ut. For further p-rticulan.on r qalrt"I&!diI

I laininga/ picture of the founder .t f they are not so counted nor are they anxious about I m7'O i I SAM BROWN JR.,10reera.( ) JJCocoanut
I the counted in anv until but disentangled iI the World
townwwnyRinthetownthenanl 1 way they die fear (verses 26, I Grot, Ffc KB.
*.ow, and then we get them
/jrlimp'ses the proirinent counted in our leadetn In I or W. I. METCALF. West Palm Bead te

business housivi. .ind I residences 1 death record unfairly and to (lurdiScrt the silver and I I ji One Contemplat
wt and >tlit. upon a thousand M. B. LYM\N. Lantana, FU
j-rominent men of the town all well 11. "And into ri Insuring His Itdrl '
pat I
I tinted on /rood) paper. It .seems to strike us that therewas Ie shall enter --Ipf
and there !
congratulateE. !some p'omimade' abide or Her Life
: 0. Painter & i by some prophets were ,
10.. the of our health ft
publishers officers th-it i
on their anniver- separatestatitics would receive their mite to the bsW
:'try number in its every feature wonld be kept so that actual would hate them ( I |
the town on having within its bor- truth should be shown by them our ii, 6.present 7: iii, 7)) I Undersigned. \ IKK"! *

:era an establishment where such and this may he done now, although 80, we are taught II I I -.

t work can be done. we have seen nothim!_ of it. If it is but we are also I
come Him
done we ask ( COUPON.
-- our health
--- officer's will
-- ---- par direct our l tep I
A XE!!' VOLUME. don for accusing/ him wrongfully and and if some day F. HCFF.

-" '.*- \\iIIlln all we can to make the lowship with Him Manager, j i
amends -
grace will be :
ForelevenyeJrs. ,,ithout missing honorable and also to show the 18, 13 "And I Equitable. Life c.fX.Y.. / ....Give.
: .
it single issue this paper| hail apnea r- extreme healthfulness of fair Floi Ida, boWie let salute it, \" Florida. :
-d to the joy of it-fronds but if it is not done we "all your peace ; I ,
if not ,o on our not worthy let like to ro'I'eit'e j
I I an j
exj j
the health
dimiiniWtun. officers Israel
Of its to see that it is done wag
I until that had ". (! of your XE\V: !
:t has or II/.tI| miTm, we hopt' fo and the salubrity of Florida be peace which city '. I'OLKIY--- -

1 f i able! to furnish as nod if not a given a showing! in our vital) statistics (Deut xx, 10-12)they I I / to my IIg-p. i ij I The

I I ,I I ewer paper for the nextelevenyears by charging up onl.I''h. deathsto : count himself a : : i j I
: 1 and, like j horn the.... .
o come.Thw this State: as rightly belong to it. we are to on .....day of I

i numher b,';ins our twelfth --... (Luke U, It) I

j t ;.olumeanditmi.rh* lIP considered .' I1ERIFF'S made Christ peace U our by work the ( I .......................... 18......... ;

I //i loumhpnt uon, Jill"to make oDe, Al SALE.- I, 90) Blessed are I i Sun.

j.ppronriate; remarks |hot WP Sap 1'n.lernml by virtue i>f all expi-utton l IM-1I1' art beautiful many are who the : :I ...................................... :I ...
i "nly ay that, Cline vsnakennspe- nut of the County Court of Dade County, (Math v, 9; Isa. : II I I I
Ml promises in Florldainarauxethrrrin pending, 14 ,
whfcin And \\' M--.
rimpl"pr'p in the 31nC'rtalte future.t. we will ,I 1C. ThomiH |, plaintiff and The Tabernacle{ you nor hear your' | .................................... ...c..4".,
Itaptltft Church, I
as we have of West PMm
Heach. and it* out of that house 10-21.Ii A Chance to do Your '
ill the I I '
k PItHt-to work fur what we tru..tersaredrlrndauts.. I hare levie' upon, dust of your feet." II ,
j think i..to the !H>t interest of thi t Court and will .11 at public auction in front of the (Acts lilt 57: xviii --I "'IB.
KM- House iluor. at Juno D.ide wag
I ion, and do Countr, glorified, &Ii 'Ikat
J every thing/ we can for FIuridat.durlnr r. .. the legal hoursofsale.on the messenger is .HEES: U. BUTI.ER
; hw iiThe felinr I i-irst Monday in Februiry A. 0, 1898, bear or forbear : : & HUl'l.l-U.

i news ,,f th E..>t Wst tothehiKheMt and best bidder furah.. the to unto God a 4ti
we willry intercut whether I
: nf sold Tabernacle Raptist men \ I 4ND CIVIL
< to give as d! and it ,.. 10) The R'J.
fully JIM truthfully trust'- in the folioImc-dex-i-i! sreal i] mer- "- at west Pil-ii I I
r, MMpoM.il.| mid information about e.tnP and the nppunrnaiiceH thereto I btoIUllirint. faithful delivery of lIlIy HublIvMeiI I
and lieine Kitnate in tie I one who sends him | and anil mapii fur- '! O I1t
olint ol grading
uewilf| land
ui", ,, Humsill.. Dade am! State: of "'Inrltlll, to-..it: tend to the way : tiintiera him'ialt.v.. local-1 Care j I

j t-> have correct.In I IMng' the \Ve-t Half (Wft of Lot Hie 5, terse 40 says that & ; by mall re irrnprupttyttr, ;- { II
IIIRlorknao.lrrfort ,, ,, messenger so they ant Itlue .
rt'turn1' ak the \- (41' in the too n I.rtl at Ix .. .
Illltrolllg"1'e.f gee > t-t I ITI-i
of Went I'tilm Reach :itrcordine the ( also Luke x. PALM BEACH. FLA. t
k business plat i>f U-T-W5
our 1Ot'1I. f or eubsrrfption the sain town on file in the office nf the 16 Verily I say .
fall residents Clerk cf the Clireult more tolerable for .
or Court ':
property owners' of Dadc) Count IL\1111lt
at JUDO in the Stiff. tt
and of those
elsewhere who wish tloriila.It. for
news that city By : .
t-r information and 82, 24, have we not Manager. .
}inm all. just. treatment W.I. METCALK.Atlorner I ( of Daile COUllt,. that it may be more \S* TONSORIAL WORK \,
then who work t
for Plaintiff. L< never -Eyerything t
Nose in ko called ... and CI..ao. Spat ,.
i IIIf board lava sot Sl'minoII.'Uottl. i i iJ

.I WtII' Pa.laa Leach, 11.'J

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THE LATEST STYLES. In the neck on the bias edge. The mid.-- When Isitins Jacksonrille
dIe point is hemmed call on..... Ii F."iiP R
and plaited a littleat J m. E.

(A NEW COLOR MOCHA LIKE COFFEE.THAT OF RAW match.the top The two under points a bow are of turned ribbon back to J. A. CRAIG & BRO. VR V BLR, IX... HARDWARE '

to form loops, and bows of ribbon arE '
sewed in front of them to tie The whole
!BIIO.WM M4 Their No... Trimming Is light 1&1111"I'ry dainty tome of MEN'S FURNISHINGS.We and Crockery H

rr ..... ee Opera Co. ..- .ck> the zephyr fascinators Lave a double We curry the largest Line of

..*r rutUft-Lonf Circular Cap*. knitted row of scallops, each edged witha Hats andNegligee Glassware,Lamps and Lanterns.
HmtorUU ror Street Cotame row of crYlotallir wax pearl beads. -
I notice a growing reference for thf Shirts _CNIllE0.l0_ W All Kinds of. Boat Goods.
[Copyright. 197. by the
Author.] long .
capes lined with Siberian Stores,Tinware Doors Sash and Blind
One of the prettiest colors that have squirrel to b*found in the Stat Sole Agents for
or other
|ever beta evolved ia that found ia the are rich and look inexpensive most comfortable.fur. They Knox and Youmans Hats. All Kinds! of Fishing i Tackle and S|>nrlin? Goods.

raw mocha coffee berry. It is dull and They are usually made of tine cloth, Everett Block W. >ni.'x Caroline Stoves. Blue Flame Kerosene Oil Stovea.
229 Bay Street .e :, ,*r = Harrison Bros.' Mixed Paints.
tibet Ready
Ilodiktioctinttfielf 1
; but, no matter what whipcord, coating Tge. velours, 8-197 JAI KSONVILLK. FLORIDA. s' 'v' 'si ,,,, ?
Ia.il Orders
I other color II laid beside it, it at once ottoman silk, reps or in a few canes of Given Prompt Attention. 11-ty7
Itakef oa a new beauty, and one swms velvet itself. They are garnished: according i --- --- -- -

I to understand it all for the first time. to the taste or purse of the :.

With green, pink scarlet, blue, brown I i for Wearer skunk, but bordtrin the: preference s. The blouse just now Street if .1 You I! BRELSFOED :BROS.

|leliotrope or Hack it always looks alii costume is still a favorite, but it is uc Corn Premier Brand, is tender, creamy sweet; I,
if f that cue was the only proper color to.et longer possible to evolve anything new Can grown from special seed in Maine, iS cts.

i it off until it is seii with another I for these suits, for many minds and Eat Lima Deans, green tender, good, like the summer Real_ Estate and InsurancePalm
allt how it happened that BO many different hands have exhausted the list Om With kind, Bull Head Brand, ao cte. -
fabrici were simultaneously i new one came as near being novel as Peas,6ve different packines.snnll sifted Pettit Pois,
educed in exactly the tome hade of One could be now. The gown and blouse So range in price from 10 cts. to 20 cts. per cin. Beach Florida.
were smoke Much asparagus; large spears, ,,'bite. tender, tun mvor, ,
It* 1 cannot tell, but it is found in gray whipcord, trimmed all one length, hand packel in large tins cis.
with black 35
verything. Cloth when of good qual I titan braid and fur border- Greater Golden State Bartlett Tears, the very choicest selection Notary FublieCottages to Rent.
ity. II exceptionally handsome in this Relish of fruit three pound tins. 35 cts.
ilor. bilk net for a ball gown in this Star Brand Sugar Cured ILims, the packing as well 6-1-97 Post-Office Building North of I'oinciaiu Hotel.cAMQL
th. .
When as mea: itself is all that could he desired, mild
nt-for it II really more of a tint than sweet flavored
smoked in the old fashoned way, 15
decided color-over a faint whitihh r Things cents per po-Ind.
D taffeta was very! refiuud and deli. t r Are All our goods are specially selected for their good-
ate. Around the bottom of the skirt Good. nes"--Cost is secondary, and yet just compare our L. STORES. GEORGE H.CHASE. KILBURN POWERS.
i a double bill raffle, with a trailing -1 c ni .
*th of blood red roves along the cent prices.L. ESTABLISHED 1865.
*, and thii extended quite around the W. Burkhardt Bros.
rkirt The waist was gathered with a
t< n' flight\ House effect! in front and aId Finest Groceries. S. lie STORER & CO.
belt of theta:' :a. There was aLha '
of ilk mull w ith three lines of.be /I sett@I I 1'tNv
red rosei acrou the front and run-
jling op to the shoulders and ending Wholesale Commission Dealers
OI1g the silk mull pufffd bows. Ber- 1 Miami, on Bay Biscayne, Florida

111 and fine but showy foot trimming t Hotel t I Miami The host Southern Railroad Point in and Shippers of all Kinds of .
eea on Dearly all dcnciiig gowns, I ,
ticnlarly those made of light stuff.Inch LJ the United States.

Ingenuity is expended upon them. Accommodations for 200 Guests. Hotel Homelike and Comfortable. Lobsters : :

rape wrougbt into cnrklet>hell pattern J .*)7 ,. fr.!.AHAM. Proprietor. ,
i pet on seme and ruffles caught up on
en into little puffs like the bubbles

a Dada of aoaptrada. Others areIowa : Fresh Fish :
where pink silk mull is made into
the rosettes, which look like a tontine faker & Holmes ,
i 'wreath of roues. Pinked out roe tllDWIXTER COSTUMES ,
Waitings are also seen. Some of the row ings; also one rever of fur and a lafa.
tiDal are cut on the bias and tho yette collar. Fur blouses are quite popular WHOLESALE DEALERS IX } : : Turtle.

dgvs fringed out They are made very with the smart set but so are those! : ........ ,
ull and are light u thistle down. This of heavy wool braided in all st'its oi Cotton Seed Meal and Fertilizers
I of trimming made of very thin ways, most often in half inch widths. Particular Attention paid to consignments from Florida.
tiff i silk. Burah twill works better. It There are few new goods or designs in
rat in the proper width on the true the old ones to chronicle, but still there Hay, Corn, Oats. 11111I', Feed, iiils( and Meal. 11.18-y7 10 Fulton Fish MarketYflir YORK.

u. sewing machine needle is Iroi are SOUIH. Mohair matelasse is a baud-
i off at the eye and the raw edge c>fi same new ttuflf. Matelasse means quilted -- -
silk is Mewed along about half or a and the distinguishing mark of thi- Building Materials -
bird of an inch from the edge. This material is that the pattern is raised '
akes the silk. fray out into a fringe, and above the body of the goods. It comes T. V. CASHEN
heu it is plaited up iutu the rose plait. In several different colors. Sometimesthe lame. Brisk, Vmnit, and IMaslrrnis; Hair ,
it II very pretty nude cd. lkthdgee raised design is one color and the "
i don*!. i rest another but most often it is all Tou h on Flies. .......
One novelty in t > u: ML ; I.f ball I alike. This is a very rich material and Manufacturer nt'and Dealer in
'A'UI i.wbereaii < et \ en ..i- makes handsome street costumes. There Guaranteed to Protect Hor8 and Cattle a!!ain't Flies.

wasuu.d t I': ; I i 1'url ia a new satin faced diagonal, also ;1-1897
". Main and Sfs.
Kay .laeksoiiville Florida.
lorn '*ui' i ii.r i .. shown in all the popular colors of the YELLOW PINE LUMBER
und 11'., Lt. r. i. I .. i .. .e ... eason. Prunella-the prunella of our
Ink ilk mill "..s II great-grandmothers-is offered now asa y -
lIft'u..1. novelty. Some of it is plain, others in _
11 i U \ Iritb '
.. :!>.!\.!:' :!>W !\:" ':!>! :!X!
a dodSli i > : t.. toalll two tones, and more still woven with s; .And Timber.
ursth.'Ibo' t,' s I .. : bt i. -rul..r satin bayadere stripes. demure with ()e 'l. . .
ttrul. i. { 'I. i : i i .,1} I< ". figures and in two tones is a new stuff.
at uj ,. !... '.' ie \u.,' 80 is mohair cheviot velours, which combines OYSTERS '* Mouldings. Turned Work. Fancy Scroll Work,
-.Ii t I.de\\.t. t ? n"Kub4iiiiuiin the excellencies pf all the three t
i t Ixiuoubd goods in one. This has heavy crinkled ;f I Pickets, Lath, Orange and Vegetable Crates. '
write 1 in cords and comes in all the colors. Some
iif t I p." Are excellent eating when you can get them FRESH. That is thee
t't"teittotLfj I. ... .". : ic frock Dew natta or basket weave mixtures ar Jacksonville, Florida. 10.28.97
ft re t L.ll1i&l u:' 11.. tif pink shown. ,S only way we have them. We get them fresh here Every Day from
all, noire ribs u i u: n- rl l.rudsi They combine the newEt colors and I(!> the finest beds in Indian River I
.? oyster ,and open them to order
Ur.L4 bad u Lib fr..ut worked withk have unusually wide threads. There is any
pearls laid gold threaiL a novelty of silk boucle over wool, and I. way you want them-serve them on the half-shell or fill your order
i A new laui-y fur th. udoniment ofbe this ia very attractive, but I think not I The Southern Fuel
ot-rk for those who are in full even- durable UEMUETTE: ROCSSEAC.. I '.j; for a gallon or a barrel. Call and see us at the City Dock. |j jI and Supply COIDDany"IHI

Bg toilet i* the black velvet dog collar. ---

18 i are tcrr ln-t-nmiLi alike to the I HOME DECORATIONS. I GARDNER'S OYSTER HOUSE I :- \od Retail healer, In-;
trcug girl'slender neck and the elder-
lady with three chins Some are Bow to Paint and Paper a BOOM-HandMmie Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Gem
Combination. ,
Ide plain and stiffened. Others are
wed spun stretched elastic, and when Kew unpainted wood can be stained !jI 1-6<}R FRANK C. GARDNER, Proprietor.
sis is allowed to take its natural die oak walnut or the fashionable grei'n, I Ss ent, Shingles and Laths.

cions after it isfiuinhed it looks like.. but it should lie recollected that jwint! ........ ..,.. ... ...... ,
birring with the edges ruffled. Hand. covers a multitude of sins, and that a ;!!: ? !! !'!' &a!"!'< I!'!'!!! !'!'!'!'!>!"!" !'!'! '! Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.

me gold, silver or jeweled buckles door that will have quite a highly finished
tea them. "Wriotlets," aa those appearance when thickly coated
with aud varnished will --.----
ade for the wrists are called are punt highly
New house
quslly becoming where the arm is ex- look sadly ton?b when merely stained. ; accomuiodatious ou
AL FRESG G H TEL East Coast table fir.-4-class, and cols
the black velvet making the skin Given tolerably good workmanship and ; Office 408 West Bay Street.
f pear pure and pearly. Evening gloves decently seasoned timber, and the latter convenience and comfort; hot and
long as evt r. Some have no htitch- treatment is dtcidedly preferable to the baths; modern improvements, in center of the famous pineapple section; closeto Jacksonville Ftorido.'I
Pg at all on the back of the hand, oth- f ormer. the Inlet; fish and oysters in abundance lon .
The following colors and tints will .- ------- -
t are stitched in heavy cords, and oth- -----
again are belled. There are manyvelties be found to match: Terms Moderate.J. .

o ow time in pleases evening as well glove an s do, bi.t the mons some! brown:First.Woodwork; paper, with large stained formal walnut designin L. JEN S EN. Proprietor, "New Process" Blue Flame Oil'I Stoves

r shades of light yellow for ; frei/e of an- JEXSKX, BBEVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA.
aglypta painted ( drawing room) ---
cream curtains, etc., turquoise blue ?.' liiiu'i, fail to stop at Jensen when vi-itin : the Iinli.in Kiver t2-Ibgi I

tl and brown. Standard Liglit'g Co'sVapor Stoves
a Second.Woodword stained green;
I tart! itriped paper in two shades! of pink;
frie/e rose garland paptr' in pink audgrt't'u OUR EAST COAST AGENTS: --
nrot ; rose patterned cretonne curtains The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.E J II Niver, Daytona J C Frinlt Stuart
lined green. For bedroom or small W P Shrynclt, Ne.y Smyrna M E Gruber West Palm Beach
drawing room. Frank T Budge, Titnsville M B Lyman, Lantana
A Third. Woodwork painted ivory E<)ward Stiling, Cocoa Stranahan & Co, Fort Lauderdale
white; paper with mauve irises on ivory SUDLOW, Gen'l Manager.Fi.1'leapple Geo F I'addison & Co, Ban Gallic Jordan & Spivey Lemon City
ground; curtains of plain green corded Hodgson! Bros. Eau Gallic D R Knight Lemon Cit..
velveteen. For drawing room. A Y \V Hogg & Co, Fort Pierce Frank T Budge, Miami r
1'curth.-High wooden dado painted and Vegetable Fertilizers. Get E Coon, Jensen W \\' Culbertsoa. Cocoanut Grove

ivory white: paper with bright red poppies
on ivory ground; curtains of r.d -- The Raymond D. Knight Co.

brocade or damask. For small drawing Ammonia 5-6 per cent. i I Ammonia 5-6111.'r cent.

room. Available 1'.1.4-5 per cent 1 j I Available P. A. 6-8 per cent. SOLE STATE AGENTS,

Fifth.-Woodwork painted deep indian Potash K. : 0..7-8 per cent I Pota.-h K. a 0.9-to percent.Cotton 10217 Jacksonville, Florida.
red; conventional peony paper in
shades If> red; deep frieze of red and Seed Meal
and Tobacco
Mixed in I
fqual -
gold Iwtthrr paper; rnrtaiiis of gold colored **- .- w x _
DANCE OR OPI RA. pI ubhf>tte. For dining room.
Efn"taira The jeweled and wrouphtf Sixth.-Woodwork painted teapot .... Quantities..,.

f ftinuture buttons are considered more brown; paper with formal design; in Special atlc-nti.ui yuei i<> private formulas. THOS. NOONEY & SONS
the light of pretty curiosities thaii hades of turquoise blue; frieze of bine
1 I li-Ir;-'.' I" -../1.1 I f-T "i'.ini \\'. F.
gloves intended to be worn. The walpicti distemper! with stencil pattern |>ht.i a iipiii-n.I ARMSTKOXC JR.. A-jent.
gentlewoman does not wear probnted in brown; curtains of brawn and LIne ---
[ glove velveteen. For dining re.tu.Seventh.IVaxluurk : I -I Commission MerchantsIMPORTERS
For Mitte da bal or opera there is a painted white; I ,
fw' deign in wraps, which are near plain pale green paper, or distemper; I'I THE EAR MAN HOUSE
all abort though some are long aud deep frit ze of paper: with pink poppiib I -
Vle lot the kiuarteHt of them all areA on pale preen ground; curtains cf pop) ''
on. pretty design! U a moire, tatiu I II01Ira ;' py patterned' chintz. For bedroom or I- nun' opt-n for \\'i:itct Tr.IH'1.
f in loue very! light hade and email drawing room. ;;j East of Accommodations. Foreign and Domestic-
teeS with ribbon feather trim Eighth. Win id work painted dark i! -
Bug, light! fur or pearl beading with red; dado of gold leatherette; pntiiand i Table Best the Market Affords.; I
lee J LoU. Therea wide Utitudt\ ml bold patterned paper; curtains I 1, :Baths in Conn..etion.--: II I Fruits and Produce

only requirement being that the of t1s.try in green gold and red shade '! Ii.it-> !ItiMmiiiiilili: :'I'J I IIi-I,,,....- irolll flu- tt)*'ttot.| I ,
P" be abort and in military .b ipe. For dmiuK r' mi or Ii. rarv .
a.ciDiat.on. kepis and dainty hoods are lUth.-\.4Miwork !painted, tunjnni-e .t.lll'. ..,. JIHS.S. E. I'.t' ILIArn j WHOLESALE
l tn. 80; are lace mantilla One Hue; iwptr with jutteru of pink 1, I I CROCERS
*ty hood ran easily be made. It coon' blue ground; turquoise Hue curtains 'YI ,
of t triangle libirt; kilk, sbimd )'w. bedroom. AlAKiuX COLTILL& 11-4-1)7 WKST: PALM I I5E.\ II. FLA.I I I




f fi

i FEBRUARY 11, 1898.

i IIr r HOMEMADE CANDIES. THE COLAN GOOSE. Conducting ESTABLISHED a legitimate 1874.banking- business-. I Kingsland & Comstt.

\; ... M )rake Bln-ple Household slip A BAN ..* Beautiful Fowl That Teed upon strictly commercial lines, "

It dIM For Cough and Cold. on Fi b. -THE- -

{ To Ditto horthonnd candy put an The Solan goose is neither a goose nora Market NEW YORK
1 ounce of the dried hub in a pint of pull, and though Linn
boiling water strain off the infusion of seven known species of gannets with WHOLESALE DEALERS IX ALL KINDS OF FISH. : !
followed -
horehonnd and add u pound of sugar to the pelicans, later authorities have :
3 very half pint cf the liquid. Boil the Brisson and established the genus .- -
drop until it threads and the thread tula for their reception. Sola: bassana, Jacksonville Florida,
l' .-.ckloff brittle when Limn and then In[ body a little smaller than a goose, U All accounts have
pour it oat on buttered bheeU of tin. the only species found in the British Solicits the business of merchants, planters and fruit growers. plomda Fish
attention .
When it is partly cuoltd. treat it into Islands. It is very nnmorons where it personal Continent bought and Bold

inch squares, and when it is hard break occurs, bat the breeding colonies an DJfafta on England and the''' tums.

U op into separate candies. If these SCHUMACHERS' R. C. COOLEY, Cashier.

candies are too litter for your taste, I S I JAMES M. 1021.97J'D.1ORN&G0. A
I Uwen the amount of horehound a little. tT iah t Speeial
i .
+ Iceland DJObS wakes au excellent: III
I' j l kl
t -
nothing cough candy. Take 6 cents' 'I "
worth of the lichen, soak it overnight .
i and wash it repeatedly. Tike it out of V I .nth Cona1snmenw Sollelteti. 11: .

1 the last water and pot it in a thick 1I

porcelain lined bancejan in plenty of ..tt,,' I __ 50 EAST BAY STREET Jacksonville, Fla.THE .

a cold water and let it slowly bimmer I
over the fire until the water is of a j.: GREAT MONEY-SAVING STORE.We .

thick, starchy t
i sugar to half a pint of the thickened lations. Our Mail Order Department Iii gIven very careful and prompt

J water. Stir the sirup repeatedly until a .. .., Below we quote a few prices that will attract the eye of Bargain Seekers:
Hotel in Town. ;
: Tri TTJiis Brick
drop forma a creamy ball when rolled -
r { between the finger and thumb. It must
be stirred it will burn.
repeatedly or best known home of
few, if large. The -
Pour it out on buttered biscuit j aus that ; ; ; ;
built ia
the Solan goose is probably that on the Has rt' tit
t have sides which will prevent the can.dJlpl'eAdillg estimate N Ur 'ItC 'f I Mb bbMlAULb I manner elegantly
in thin fcbeet. It Bass mk, where, according to an 0 ...'" stanti..1 and furnisaed:, L
ii too a "":
should be aLeut half an inch thick.A about 4,000 pairs breed annually. "' 01 ..o.. ij 4 ... ,n hiih ground fronting Lake Worth and commanding a magoifictnt its :'
beautiful to
It is a sight see gannetsfeeding. (
simple troche which is easily pre. With their long wingz outspread ....= ... el 1 view each way, and guests enjoy perpetual "rteies Iron all
pared at home is made as follows: Mixtogether ,, ,,, I-_ : First Clau.
they circle high HI air, watchingfor Cuisine sad. Service Strictly otl.f
each of tiered
an ounce pow cnbtLs -
the of fish near the surface
licorice and gniu arabic. Add to When appearance you see one of a flock suddenly m --. i- i Rates: $2 per
thii mixture a drain of oil of auiaeheed drop as if shot from a gun andt C i1 :::.. ::: ZAPF Ma .
and a third of an ounce of oil of cnlxLs.When aly i GEORGE _;
:ash heavily into the water, you may ::: j
mixed in add half ... : 11.Hj
the oils are a -
fish has found
i be sure some unlucky -
pound of raw sugar and finally just reason to regret coming out of the deeps. .... 1V II:. '
enough warm water to wake a dough as The ledges ou which the gauuets build :. "ojj POPE & McLAURIN JACKSO!!!oLEdAtFLCL
d tiff a* yon can handle. Sprinkle a I their apologies for nears and lay their : k ,
board with little licorice t N ::: ....
a powdered not agreeable "'- ::
single greenish eggs are SIb ,
,t and roll out the wars as thin as a pie habit a y ::::
the birds'
places to visit,owing to \
cruet Cut it into t-niall troches with a of casting up half digested fish. The ,) ti ;r. Fruits and Produce

I $ IlIble. Let them dry on a board in a young gannet, a deplorably ugly creature ,. ...... t
Reset or cool, dry room. If the atBOBphere '
any is fed on fish brought up from the ::: :
ia not too moibt, they will dry crops of its parents. Presumably fresh Commission Merchants.

10 a day. They are excellent to soothe fish would bo too much for its infant .to.LCl

ty my roughnebbof the threat that causes digestion. The hen bird is very loth to ". Fancy Grades of Butted ands Cher

a cough. They will frequently entirely leave her egg, and I have seen one, .... *
top a troublesome cough which comes pushed off her nest by the boatman's w fJ) We Solicit Your Businvis.We .

from some inch trifling utrvons cant-e. foot step back again and try to fright oily solicit the business of fhanls and Will Not fill orders from
The materials and
are simple are easily
en the man with strange unmn.-iral o ihould buy trout their home!dealers **fl
obtained at any drug btore. Lu not put noises from her gaping beak-The Elegant
R them oa the fire to mix them, Lut do all Sketch. Lamp Only 99 Cts
UM work on a be.urd.
Decorated Bowl with
Cleaning the Poultry Hoa.e.There .

I, S.e to lake ulster Toa.t.. is much consideration given Star OHlHedfers' $%JO and Shade to 'tatcjt- I $D. S. HAINES.

.I Iii A dish of oyster toast is made with the roosts and nests than any other portion KAI IES BROTHERS,
h the juice of oysters and about the same of the poultry house. With the desire $40. .,

amount of rich milk. Put 6 oysters on to save labor the roosts are nailedto Write for Oil Heater Catalogue.
etch slice of toast after dipping it in : the walls, and the nests are fastened Machinists[ and Engineers

the hot seasoned oyster juice and milk. in place so as to become a part of the

It U an improvement to oyster toast to building itself, the consequence being 4n -AGENTS FOR-

a ld a clam and its juice to every half that it is impossible to thoroughly; clean

{ doter oysters nud. beacon this dish the poultry house and rid it of vermin The Gas Engine and Power Company.

thoroughly with butter,salt and pepper. for as long as there is a crack in which
I louse can hide there will be liabilityof Repair Parts for their Motor in Stock.

How to Treat Croup. rapid increase of the pests, a single -- -

F A standard medical authority says female layipg enough eggs in a day to I'. Construction and Repair of Intricate Machinery a Specialty
that the first thing to do for the child is furnish the foundation for 1,000,000 in f
---- --- -
r ai he can bear and be cure that the that is, all the roosts should be the OUR SPECIALTIES:

tram ia very warm. If possible, put same height-and should be so con- .. ..

him into a hot bath and then quickly itrncted as to permit of being carried Repairing.... Installing....
outside to be cleansed. The nests should
crying him, put him in bed between
Alarm Clocks
LlankeU. Even before putting him in Dot be joined, but separate, soap boxes Fully War- Gas. Gasoline, Naphtha KeroComplete, Isolated. Ufhtsf]

( tad give him sirup of iptcac in teakjoonful being excellent, open at the ends so ai ranteed, 65 Cents. The Daisy Oil Store gene Vaw, Hot-Air and and Pumping Plants for '
f : doses until he vomits. For exit to compel the hens to walk in rather Steam Engines, and Scales of mestic use operated by II'
rnal applications take 2 tablespoonfuls than fly upon the nests from the top. If I Burner)oulY?35 Cents all makes and capacities. gasoline, steam or water.Jnllentops' .<
the roosts and nests taken outside fig-Notic* to11: While visiting in our City, 2 [:75 "
of turpentine and 4 tablespoonfuls of are ..
Models Constructed with and ]
vite Secrecy DispattlOffice
we cordially you to make UH a call. 7"'J"
poose oil or sweet oil or lard oil, mix they should be lightly brushed with 99

wall and rub thoroughly on the outside kerosene and a lighted match applitd.The J D HORN & COloslEistB.ySt. ., ,-! -- -

c/ the throat. Saturate a flannel! and lay fire will run over the surface with JACKSONVILLE, FL\.)

it over the chest and throat. Hot bricka out doing any harm. The roosts should 10-28-97: hucct-Ktioiu to F. Willlamm Son 81'0.REYNOLDS&HULL. and Works, I J ackSoquille, [JonI
10 21-517\
Foot of Street \ r'DO
be treated in the If I Liberty
I or bottles tilled with hot water should same manner. properly --- -
txi placed at the child's feet and at the constructed the roosts and nests
; tide of his body to induce perspiration. Ian be taken out and replaced in a few

keep him carefully corned. After the moments, leaving an empty poultry ,

t 1 t'Uniting the bowels must be kept open bouse, which can be easily cleaned.- .. NOT FORGET......
l' "ith sirup squills.. The best drink for Farm and Fireside. WHOLESALE RETAIL DEALERS ;
I j. ,:, tit child is slippery elm water. Give I''' "'-'Uio :_ saqtish
plenty of nourishment to keep op the Dont Belt Tour Ned Zen-: Russell & CO.
j f = ilrqili.j One of the cause of loss of customers Gams
and loss of confidence on the part of Asters,
j. How Yellow lelnc I* Made.
those who purchase strictly fresh eggs,
Sift a cup of powdered sugar in a ays Mirror and Farmer, is the fact that

luaU saucepan, add 2 tablespoonfuls of an occasional nest egg will find its way and ;
l.llini'att'r, a teaspoonful lemon juice into the egg basket. Now, U ia admitted Green 'urge.
'I wad a drop of Persian orange coloring. that such an accident may happen and WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF f

1.1 u-iooth iz well evenly and pour w ith it u over knife.the The cake Per.and ooonr only to destroy once, the but that reputation once is gainedby sufficient SERVICE TWICE A DAY. Druggist Sundries, Toile, 4r rff! |

nan orange coiuts in liquid form in years of care. The nest egg should We catered to the best trade last and
I small bottles and way be bought at all year and
be artificial No one who uses stale eggs Perfumes patent Mt4'l
first claw groceries. are fully prepared to do so this season.
14I nest eggs can expect to escape the .

Uw t* Prepare Crtop Bread Crumb. liability of getting one in with those A Fresh Line of Tenney's Candies. L:
that are fresh. The stale eggs will some
Into dainty cookery bread crumbs always times burst and scatter their contents i SPECIAL ATTENTION -"

enter largely, and they are uatnrtlly over the nests, and the safer course to Courteous Treatment and Prompt Service.yrtY

I best when made in the best way. pursue is not to allow an egg to become', IS GIVEN TO ORDERS FROM fWR1TK

To prepare, cut some thin slices of tale, but sell all -1-97 Seminole Block West Palm Sere ;iVholesale
i I Dried and dry them crisp and brown in --.
a tool oven. Roll them under a rolling -The East Side. -- -- -- -. "
U a Chicken a Bird
.j pin to crumble. Put some pure, clarittd Hltt ,-
dripping in frying let it A correspondent of The Reliable \ Prices for <
j a pan Market Gardeners
Poultry Journal asks a question that WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. 11-4-97
boil throw in the crumbs and fry them 4
has perhaps occurred to many-viz, is Reliable
Tt ry quickly. \hen done, remove them Tested Seeds *
a chicken properly called a bird True ,
I at once from the and drain from
: gmasinesB before the pan fire. When dry enough, the early meaning of the word Grown Especially for Florida Planting., .

I I !fI aid crisp once more, the crumbs are Was so far a departed chicken,from but common the meaning usage that has BURTON K. BARBS Seedsman, \Y :
j n udy for use. They will keep for quite '
it is whether bird JACKSONVILLE,
an open question a FLORIDA
I ; a week if stored in a dry tin box. 98 BARGAINS
and a chicken are ever one and the same 98 These price,lire the 'adeiphia
same as seeL. that are bOll lor rrptJIablr vwrl.rtrn. 'D.Nn v+' .
and .
thing. elsewhere and the ,, It&
f Hew to Cure a Bed !O_ sating 11\ lime and [r"hbt11 I oIl11OUnl t .' .idcti

j Prepare a wash containing 154 grains Footer Point ........... ..."" "'T. . T----------r' Iii!Y* Orders Shipped Same Day Recttwth W-J J?.

i ,' of powdered borax, a teaspoonful of .
Swelling around the eyes and head is --- -
I ', de cologne and five ounces of soft wa good indication of ronp. We Have a Full Stock of Ladies'
i 1 ter. First dissolve the borax in the water U. D. HENDRICKSON
t' As a rule it will not do to keep more
I 1 and then add the can de cologne. than 40 fowls in one flock. and Gents' SJioes- ,
When the nose burns, dampen it with
1 thiS lotion and let it dry on. If when Remember that ground green bone is Ladies' Dress Goods our General

t dry it still bums, repeat the treauutut.CnfermenUd pretty; nearly indispensable in the poultry Specialty. Merchandise.Wholesale .
I yard.

1' Sew Win It Made. To keep down lice give fresh dust Mrs. Frank will hotness for a week or so and Oils n.f&

l I 'Ibke 20 pounds of Concord and baths, clean nests and dost insect pow DW I
grapes will Gasolines Sail Groceries Pit
\ t quarta of water, crushing the fa-apt der in the feathers of the fowls. offer you Special Bargains. 76 and 86. a

; in the water stir well until it reaches: The best way to supply bonemeal 01 A Present with
boiling point, then let cook 15 or !0 oyster shells is to give dry, sapplyiu-- Every Dollar's worth Hats Caps Shoe Dry' Ws

iiutej, then strain through a cloth. in boxes and allowing cnicks to help purchased at the Seed TraU >,
std 8 pounds of granulated sugar. themselves. .

Veo> the sugar is dissolved, strain In keeping a large flock of fowls there SCWlll[ 1achincs Hardware'

II" ia through a cloth, heat to a boiling M one advantage for in the majority of BOSTON STOREMRS. ,

i H at again, pour it into bottles and eases the cost of caring for them is proportionately Agent
r e<. 1 instantly. Have the bottles thor- lessened. 'or11'1'0'5' and Wilhmu: A ClatV. to Fertile
--- ;
iiu..hly heated. Dip the necks with J. f.l-
Pea the ducks up at night on a gooc Prop'r.Seminole -
cuiia into hot healing wax. Anti-Friction Iron Marine >
bed Railway
of straw, and more eggs will bt
I saved. Feed always at the house. The Block, on Banyan Street WEST For Boats 75 Feet in Length and lnilrt
PALM Steamers
Bw Good Cold Cretin Ii Made. BEACH. _
I will then return to it.
j (Jat half a pound of the best 1I-t.7
very i
One of the beet guards against chicker hL 1 II
lard, pat it in a basin, pour on it boil- : thieves is a well trained collie dog I a Worth" and "Gladys*
ing water and when cold drain it off \Va .
Chain him near the poultry house dma I On Lake
f Repeat this process three times, then
his kennel in the .
put poultry
; aft r quite freeing the lard from water tad give him the freedom of the yar Schooner "MARYIL" regularly Mww liuJJaeklOl""
Lake Worth
it beat with it to awaooe a cream of with bergamot a fork and scent I -. Stock Farm. .yarc.Souther PATRONIZE THE SUN JOB OFFICE I II l Free Delivery Hat on Lake Worth.

\ t JJM y7 :Lake Worth, Florida-

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17, 1898. 7

-- t1RS.G. R. IIESS__. _......InMtrudor
start the ..
n.J Big ,. .,. of Established 1841.
the UttU how Many Article. of Food Lose Nutrition -......- 1I0XR...._ ._Supervisor
ova "I1I.CI.
ftoBtt of PtalM.Mexican .
In the Kitchen. OFFICERS.J. COCOA PIX)!.

babies Kara to tell their Few housewives are aware of the ex. f. LAMOND ._._. .. ....Mayor \1 RS. E'ETT OBENCHAiSInstructor S. B. MILLER Ki'en.
bead Img More they know the names travagant of food there is in J. B. GLENN..?...?._._.......?......._.Clerk A. F. L.ANd. SuirvlnorEVERGLADE. ,
of the many brilliant flowers that tangles waste cook. J. H LIVINGSTON..__. _.....?. .. ..Assessor .
ing. A series of hmstipitu just com (;EO. H. MALTBY......... .......?_....,Treasurer !MIVXIE
pleted by experts connected with the ED. A GRAHAM .? .._.....Marshal U'\'.. riMit-K. M.\.._.__SupervisorLIXTOV. Instructor WHOLESALE

United States depjirtn.eut of agriculturego

i to show that there is an immense BOARD OF.ALDERMEN.. W. A. II. HOBBS....?....................... Instructor Commission Fish Dial :
amount of popular ignorance in the .Supervisor
GF.O. W. POTTER .._............ ..... President .
matter of
: cooking; that, while the JOHN B BEACH........ .. .........A. S. I.AMOND BOYXTOX. No. 7 Fulton Fish Market, NEW YORK.
greater part of the food of man is prepared J A. DERMAN..GEO. I. BKANNING :MAI'D liEE. ..... ..... ..Inxlructor
for .EO. S. AD VMS.._.......CARL HKKl'.XIl( K ('11A'.tV l'IEHCJo.:.. .............. .....Supt'r\I..r
use by cooking, yet the Council meeting on the 1st, and 3d Tuesday in Special Attention given to the sale of Pompano Spanish i .
changes which various foods undergo each month at 7:30 p. m. PALM BE VCH. :Mackerel Blue Fish Etc. .
during the MI.l ;- EBOGORY ...................Iimtructor
process and the losses whichare ':. N. WMI 'K._ .....?._.......Supervisor| References 1'lIltllolnll M irket National Bank, or IIlIy"Whll8l1leto8h.
! brought about have been but little
I l studied. County Directors COLORED. Dealer in the United States.

IN\iED LlGIITBOUSE........ .In-tructor Mr" Stencils furnished on application. -
Experiments with potatoes showed JOAN W\SB.-.Supervisor n.tH'I

that in order to obtain the highest food COUNTY OfFICERS. _. ,
value should A. E. II KYSK.tt County Ju Igv
: ; potatoes not be peeled before -
? (
A. r. QriMBY 'iI'f'Ultt'ollrtCI..rk
;;: cooking; that when potatoes are ItOKT. R. TAYLOR ... Prosecuting Attorney The Only Coffee RoastersIn E. WINCHENBACH Manager. P. M. BURST; ease rtr
peeled before cooking the least loss is R.J.CHltJ.JNGWltTH.... .. sheriff
I'. C. HA1GHT.. .Tax .1s-e_"
sustained by putting them directly imo T. J. IIAKDKK.T i Collector the State.J.
hot water and boiling as rapidly as ). F.LAMOND. .TrenMir-T .
.. .
Siir sible. Even then the loss is very co lSld- Z MKRIfITT.......iiit.| Public InxtrnrtMin

4I erable. If potatoes are peeled and Oaks d COUNTY COMMISS10XERS. D. & R. D. GRETHER,

in cold water before boiling the loss of
I '- S. W. PITTS hairrnan ....Lake W rrth Jacksonville, Florida.
nutrients is very great being one-fourth 1;. LAIMIAKT ..Palm Beach. Iron and Brass Castings.
rF of all the albumeuoid matter. In a \\ J. ..IJ'I"? .. .CocoHnut Grove, -.-

F 1 bushel of potatoes the loss would be W.E. WHITE S. TAXCRE.......................... .Hobe.Lemon Soun-Cily CHOICE; TEAS OUR .,
equivalent to a pound of sirloin steak. Conm-issioners meet in regular session on PURE SPICES }I General Repairing Promptly and AeeuratelyDone.
Carrots contain less: nitrogen but ril- the first Wednewla in each month. FRUIT EXTRACTS J SPECIALTIES
' MtXIClK BOT Or WELL TO DO PARENTS. atively more albumeuoid nitrogen than ___ _m __ ___ Iron Building Columns Sash Weights and Grate Bars a Specialty ShaUinf[ ,
CO Nl Y SCHOOL BOARD. Pulleys, Hanger-,I Boxen iu Stock. Saw Mandrels of all Sizes Furnished.
about their brown feet. But whetherthe potatoes, and therefore furnish more Paper paper bags, butter dishes, twine

spiritual or the physical father of matter available for building muscular; SUPERINTENDENT. T. :MfcRRITT.OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.Z. LCII.OII city. and other grocers' sundries SUGAR MILLS .-

the household starts the morning hymnall tissues. In order to preserve the greatest XEUBER-l OF SCHOOL BOARD.I AllUofeeRoasted After Receipt ol Ord.-r

the household catch it up and the amount of nutrients in the cooking .W.I \U, \JAi'KMINV\ II>M tVKR: Iollir'uall..l'o'oanllt........... ......... .JIIDII.M 10-21-97, Office and Shops at End of Viaduct in Riverside.
wife the grown children the half of carrots the pieces should be large J. W. rOMSTiWK..._.Wi-.. Palm 8""I'h -

grown children the toddling babies rather than small The boiling mould 10-21-97 JACKSONVILLE FIi3RI R L0r

and laht but not even in Mexico least be rapid, so that the food value of the FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.1IEUBER.FHOM SEEDS.

the eenrantt catch the sweetly worded vegetable shall not be impaired. As lit- E. N. IMICK., Palm Beach DADE...rur\TY........ ....Senator .
but simply melodied SOUR, and out beyond tle water as possible should be used, and R B, POTTER, W Palm Beach Representative ,
the calina, the adobe hut or the if the matter extracted is made avail- ._- Fresh, Neil Crop, Keliable. W.

richly carved palace the hewers of Mexican able as food along with the carrots a State Directory WEYBRECHI

wood, the drawers of Mexican water loss of 20 to 80 per cent or even more Varieties best adapted to Florida. ,

the tenders of M..,ican grains and of the total food value may be prevent Special Attention given to the Dealer in Hardware

of Mexican flowers, join in the morning ed. In the cooking of cabbage the kind EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. East Coast Trade. ,

shorn But sweetest of all those sweet of water used has more etiect on the ------ Plumber Steam and Gas Fitter Mixed Paints'
W. O. BLOXII "!II. Uoteruor ,
Mexican notes ring the treble notes of loss of nutrients than the temperatureof JSI). U IUAWFURD: .Secretary St .te Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.L. .

the baby Mexican voice. the water at which the cooking is WM. II KKYNOLHS Comptrol.er
JAlE B. WH1TFIELI .. ..Trt'asur.rWM.ll. CAMERON. Tin, Copper, and SheetHealer ''rapY:: p/k
The children of Mexico are born live started. In any case the loss is large.In L.\M.\lt. . Attorney Gem <.alW. ,
and develop under grave disadvantages, 100 pounds of uncooked cabbage X. SII K,ITS Supt. Public Iiiotruclion The Pioneer Seedsman of Florida.
L. B. WO !lIWtLL (on.. Agriculture 11-197 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
but nature even in Mexico, is the just. there are but?>$ pounds of dry matter, PATRICK IIOI'. TOS A.ijulaat! (JriKrnlW in Pumps, Pipe Fittings and General l Plumbing Supplies Tin Ware AgateWare

Mt of stepmothers, and nature compensates and of this dry matter from 2 to 8 MILTON, JR... Surveyor-General and Uoi'. Fufnishinm of Every Kind.
the children of Mexico for some at pounds are lost in the cooking pot. otters at Tallaha-nee Florida.

, least of the disadvantages with which U. S. SbXATORS.S. .
she scourges them. I do not know how How to Male Spiced Cranberriea. .. ...Montic.'lo LB. AGENT FOR THE AERMOTOR. C3NSTR1JCT01 of IRRIGATION'PIANT$

a child can better start the big morningsof Boil 7 pounds of cranberries with 3% S.R.M.\LLORY Pensacola

his little life than by singing with pounds of sugar a cupful of cranberry Massa
-+- Estimates for Work and Miterial. One or hoth promptly
his father his mother and all the other juice (extra berries: cooked and strained) U. S.f OXGRESS31LN.SUPREME :

people of bit homestead a song of simple and 2 cupfuls of cider vinegar. Cook ROUT W. DAVIS Plllad.a FntGi4- d. ,1s,3J4fr

welcome to that morning. And this I slowly for half an hour Add 2 teaspoonfuls S. M.Sl'AUKMAN Tampa & Bro. WEST P A C.M RID.I P LJ3rIBA.

Li what the Mexican babies often sing of ground cinnamon a table-

when the Mexican sunshine first riddles spoonful of ground cloves and half of a LUUltT JUDGES

of Cook M. II. MABUY..... ... Chief! Justice Jacksonville Fla.
the Mexican window awkward tablespoonful ground allspice.
panes-an Io" B. CARTER A ....Kue.luMneu ,
English translation of the first until as thick as marmalade and put up F TAY UHI'" ." "

line of one of the first songs that a Mex. in jars -- First-Class'
lean baby learns: I Bow to Tempt the Invalid's Appetite R. R. COMMJSSIOMBS. COMMISSION MERCHANTS.Fruit
I .
Singer From the at heavens abort I Select 2 pounds shank cf beef with R. H. M. D.\V1I1S0\, Quincy Fla. .Chairman

People all regions the bone. Cut the meat and Lone up H. t:. DAY .......... .........................Gainesville WORK t ,

Gladly we, too, sing. into small pieces. Place it in a saucepan J. M. BRYAN....... .. ....................KUsimmeeJ and Vegetables. JOB .

cover it with cold water add half (iHN I. NEELEV. JR. Clerk.... ..... Arcadia. .

Mamma'. Apple Talk. teaspoonful salt let it stand an hour Headquarters. and offices of the Board at TnllabaMsee. Solicited

When I asked my three little folks then place it over the tire and boil ..- Consignments

which fruit they would choose could slowly 2 hours, then strain the broth General -....- At THE SUN Office. .

they have but one Tommy shouted through a fine sieve. Beat the white of Directory.COURT .

"Oranges!" and Will and Dot both said an egg till stiff. Add 2 tablespoonfuls ------- Honi-Hty and Fair Dealing'1 Our'Motto.

"Peaches! Then they asked me. IDid cold water. Add it to the beef tea boil G1LEXD.ilt.S'v'enth Customers Sure to Get Their Money. .

"Oh. I will take the same as the until the foam of the white of egg Las I ( Circuit.)

queen of England, if you please!" i boiled away then remove to side of J IlUiiuMh.. rircuil JII-A- Establi "."' ;" TiHfwini 'le Florida East Coast Ry

Then Dot asked if I really and truly I stove After 6 minutes strain it througha i J. D. BEulia Stale's Aitnri.SIMUMi ..-\
for Eleven Years. .
knew what fruit the queen of England fine napkin and if necessary and more TEKM.Oscmla --

liked best, and when I said, "Yes she A salt. To have beef tea jelly when cold County." I-t il Monday.. in" M.irrli... : Best of References Furnished. TIae T.1 I. !rOo 11-In Kffcet .J...... 17, U'1.

likes apples best all three cried out I bones have to be added to the beef as Orange Lake 41b" .. 10-21-97

!" the is obtained from Volunia !tl April.
together: "Why mamma Apples gelatin mostly Brerard 4tb"' .. SOUTH BOUND. NORTH HOCIfU'
"yes," I said, "she likes apples best." bones. If you take a pound fine cut lean Made .. .
Nt Monday all r lib SG n.lay ---- -- -- No.ffi 1 o .,
"But, mamma! Apples are so com beef and a small fine chopped veal bone in April. BTATION3. No.23 Daily .0.11'Daily ST'no.s.N.Daily Na7/1i..M'Xatil

mon." and prepare it the same way you will FALL TERM.Pceolaountyst f ed .Spanish and .. .... ... .. .. .
\ Jacksonville..... HOe 8 20a 129pAPalatka. .Wp Miami ... 600a Io8. : : ;;:
Then "stood up" for the apple. I have about IJj pints nice meat jelly. ( : Monday.. in OrtolH-r... f UiUlltin.. ...... 8 4U& 10 a&84aal085a 2a1p 61up Lemon atyM .. ...... 6 ale ".... ..... _._.
it for for Another is take of old Orange 2-1 .fit Augustine.... .. ... ... Ft.Laud'rdale..... 84fia .. ... .,,,,, .....;
praised being common being way to part an Lake 4th I Linton, ....... 129t11...... .. ... .;
so plentiful that every child could have I chicken and beef. But it.it is to be made .. ancy, ..'' .. ". 9KallEOa..... ..... Lantana ...... 145a. .....: ...... ... : .
all it wanted. And then I of all beef take from the shauk YnliiHia 2't Ni> Palatka.. ) .. ... A \\'. Palm Beach 8 Wa 10184 ...... ,..,
the apples I a piece Brexanl Uli .. IIbjl0" LPalmBl'a'hhm.. 8u'101h.....: ......
praised it for beauty. Oranges are always -i with the bone as described above. IU Monilat a'terilie till M ll- LSanMateo.6anHateo..- .... ..1340plS40p..... .... .. Royal Poinciana.. 8HadU4ia., .... ......
but almost makea .I.y'" Nmcinlivr.U. .. .. .. .. II 0Is 8 tea ... ... ...... W Palm teach B ai. I0 60a ,..... ...:..
yellow you can PineappleSlips ...... -- Wl'IItJupier. .. (lllJal........ .... T"....
rainbow with rows of apples-all the i How to Make Savory Butter. --- -- -- 1 kit PaJatD. ...... gaOallfea .. .. ...... Holje bound .......f !...... ..... ...
shades of red all the shades of yellow I Pound to a 4 ounces of rich St. LAST OFF ('E. L Onuo&d.lAYtjQ&A. .......... 10 U:* Ilt.'p ............ Stuart! .. ... 95fia!...... ...... ......
paste : .... lU\ Sts: Hop ...... .... Jensen .. .......... luueai..... ..... ....:.
all the shades of green-and there are I cheese with a small piece of butter I.M. ISAIIOO .. Begirlrr Port OraJifa..ii.... .'... 127p816p ........... Eden ... ....... 10 Ila' ..... ...
and and I this varies with the dryness of the N. \VAINWKIOI1T.. 1t''I..1 and Suckers ew8myrna..11l & 141p! ...... .... Furl Fierce........ 111Ia: 1237p......! .....:'
bluish apples purplish apples ( OlUi-ei> al Gainesville, t Hi.ri'l Oak& ............ ...... ...... St. Lode ..... t 104 ia, .......... ..
brown ones, and so many sweet kinds i cheese a couple of spoouiula vinegar -- For >ali'. ol the nil..u'Ig 1 .rte ."-. tltAbhaka i ttusrUle........... ij'de'pii'ssp 2 top ...... ...... Sebastian..11ha: : ... _.;.
from walnuts, a good dash of City Polat...:..... .. ... 82: ...... ...... S'e.bonrne..12 !.>p 202p...... ......
and so many sour kinds sauce apples pickled aOJ"T SWVAL SER I7f E imri. f pull', HitII.III.I. toooa.. .. 8 Dip ..,... ...... Ean Oalae. ..... 12: a-pI Slip....... ...:..
and pitt apples, and dumpling apples, I cayenne a dessert. pooutul of tMuce of \V.lIIOXI\ .. .. .. "|.h..r.t'rl1.'al..ry : t'trnDC, *p pEo'le:... 8 *i p ...... ...... Kock.edge Ho'l 115p, 2B8p13Tp ...... an
and for lit. and the same of mustard This WBs. .' ...... 1 84p .29P 29p... Coc<>a. .......... 1up. ... ..... ..
and roasting apples apples I anchovy ( at Jupiter Ink-t. E:g\ III' I..ti III- y&bare.......... 4Yp &sp ...... ...... Citj Point .. .. .. .!. _... ......
tie pickets Oh how I did praise apples! mixture, by the Lye if heated over the --- -- G.I.' B.bs.tlsa........... .1.... blip ...... ...... Tilns.i e_......... 2OIp'( 812p.. .... ...
I the the tree thai fire makes a delicious savory toast. GWT LIUIIT HOl'SE EHVH E. Rti-\| (Jom, tneen .........t ...... 618p647p ...... ...... Oak hill '" ..... ..._
Then praised tree- i Wlin- \ undo.I ......... IQIIp 6111p ...... ...... New Smyrna. ...,.. 2of7Pi..r.r.! ..... ....
bears the beautiful rosy apple blossoms Lizht louse at Jupiter Inlet. .. .. .. ....... ...... Port Orange........ : .;.. ......
the robins' tree more How to Blake Mushroom Soup. JAMES AKMDl'U Ktfi-ri p..I'II","!1111'11. : .......... ..::.. 652p ...... ...... Daytona.... .. ...... ... _
the birds' tree I J. YELLS: A ILualo. ...... .. 7 rep ...... ... ... Oruiuud '" ... ... 4UOp Slip..... ......
birds' nests in the cozy apple tree than Prepare stock the day before by boiling A. IM --i>t nt KnvillrKarl.v ......... ...... 85p0up ...... ...... -
J. 'd!
in slowly 4 pounds of knuckle of A. I''NK.--- a-M'I I 1.111 : d- litcrt eau l I.. 11I11.1.| -. art of the ter. ..... 4sp ...... ... A Son Mateo .. .... ...7 lOp17 tOp ...... ..
any other tree. I very Jr..lllr""lhi.. I'Iautatl4uharhig Iweu picked I> liaod"1. Zap .. ... .:...' L ban Mateo ... ... 9llp;, u,1p ...- .::.
And I praised orchards more andmow veal in 4 quarts of water for 5 hours. last nninth. M'|.l.v tn EU&p hip ...... .. ... .-- -
loved to walk in i Add a carrot a email turnip an unit u, DISTRICT SCHOOLS.LEMOXCITV. ... 610p 8 Up ...... ..... A Palatka.. .. ... lOOp( esop61Up ..:. : ;;'. .-
-how everybody of ... G.C. NUTTHAM j. .... fiiup! ,, ...... ...... LPalatk* I I.. .... 06p680p .. .. ......
them and children loved to play iL 2 cloves, a nay leaf, 2 large sprigs fl1l1ea1'hIua.... ...... B 15p ...... ...... --
them and how painters loved to paint I parsley 2 of thyme. When done strain Florida Pinenpp'e Cf.mpany ... ...... .aup.......... .... Eat PalatLa .... 681'p _.'..:.
I The after i IL K..MrlHI\Al.l: .................... .. ....Prill ipul i ... ... 10 Up ...... .. 14p... A t't. Aogustin. ... .3Up! 7 Up ... ... ......
pictures of them and I said it was from it through muslin. next day MISS M. A. MclMX\LI.......... .....* .i.I..llInlt Lemon .. .. .' .WiBp ... ... ..... L St. Anirasiin..... eaap( ... llOQa IIiIIf
I K :.1 211\ ; Wp.i p.iin |{e-ii-li.! -I I IN .
: ?
our beautiful American orchards the skimming take 2 quarts of the st< ck :. L WHITE ..SiiivnlrI'OTDAM. A MIam1.. .... ._ i'rdp 11 tarp ..... ...... A Jacksonville_ ...... 745p .. UK '
taken. "And and add to it 2 quarts of hot milk this k- f Flag ota on. T'aii'is op on alloal. f F ax 6tad OD. Trains atop om dfsal. '" '-.r
queen's apples were : ----- Trains do not stop a. natleaa where time inMt Tiaina do not atop at stationa when Mae at
where did we Americans first get apples wed with 4 tablespoonfuls of flour and L F. KllixKK ...... .................Infnilr.K. ----- shown not snovrB.
?" Dot asked. "Did the pilgrims 4 of butter 2 teaspoonfuls of salt aud U. FRAZIER.. II'r'l..r Train & between JaolumiTUle and Miami villa Train dally.Si between St. ABf natbe 'and Jaerae"M r'*

bring them over?" "No, I laughed, half a teaspoonful cf \\nne pepper; also XKI'Tr.MS.MISSIRKN'K OTICE IN ATTACHMENTIn da1Jy.uctpt8nuday.Train $6 between JackaoBYtlle and alitmi Trains W and 88, 8t. Angustlne sail. Jaekwayviile ..
"Little Folks can of Ireuch mushrooms with the : : RICKARDS ..Instructor daUr. daily, except Sunday.
did. a
"but the Puritans this .................,...................... ............ hnpervi or DaJe b/ir. (Train 87 between JaoksoiiTUl and 8t Angua- Train 3'111 COMPOaED: EZOLUSrVXLT WIDe
liquor. More or less thau quantitycan County Court, County, dally except Monday PfLLMANCxKS.
Th. Boy on the Fence. I be made. If comeiiient a pint ol .IMTUt 'c .rjte A tide ) Atl.chn.Mit. COMPObfiD: aiCLUblYELT 07 PULLHAK; Train tJf't'i1'I't'D Miami and fit. Anfr&attaM. ,
addition BUll MUS.V.. A. 11. I1O11BS.......... .. ....U.-iru.. ..! is 1 caB8. 1i-f'y. except Sunday.
"As I was once riding to mill with rich sweet cream is a tile ..I.IDlllt"1 SiiM.rriM.rJTNO. : \v 10 1 ill 4n I "I'n, .I" t. *!':{:.'> >W berw_ Jaoksanrlll* &IIdSt.AnfU Train IB between Vlaml and JaakjonTflJedailv .

ny father said Captain John Lamar it is good ithout Native niu>hroonis ToV.. S. I illl..". .1..i'II.I..III.lIIltlali oilier per.sans *dally.PAELOB CABS ON TRAINS K hf'FFET. PABLOB CASfi ON TBAET8 IITrain

"I raw, as we drove along a boy sittingon may be substituted but do not look as ANNIE I f:. MKTCALK: "'.l -lrui-.r' !iiitrrt>tnl: dtJ-J.'l/l ND :a .
the rail of an old fashioned well as the white. ,\. K: II P.V-Eli Su'.. r. '-i \ "II II.... b'r..b.ftt.1. -, llnit a unit ban hewn .
take and topmost rider fence reading so 1IAN'II\I \. I'sti'uteil. ami i>i now |HMnlniu in the Count, .*!.... H.WaarrM. and "r.".. c." ...,.... Ur..I. IIF .J....".. mud dew
worm How to Blake a Dainty liodice. I caltof 1'adrCounty. lori'ia.. bv lI..ut' A. "....Ie.. ..na.
notice MK K.F HCISEV. '-i-i-ur'.ii
did our
that he not ap
intently A dainty bodice is made of chiffon, ?".tll: tS.lt"WI.I'o."I|,. ".....tWKT ale r- .V s.. Liu'ou. vtbi-n-in tip follow -
proach. My father turned to me and WATIOint. IJ lfa 1 No. STATIONS. Ifs e. -,
ut the link and with pufied 'Irs,1b59Iprr.prrt.1)| | in;: mi't Iwing in oldI'ounty
cut I'ALM: lr VCII.
said ''John look at that boy yonder square The chifiou is artistically of 1>..1., .ui'l Mdlr of rl'-riila. haw beet. ft* .. mT Id IGaj I 8 lap"".v. Orange City Jaiwtloa 7..... nij 11: i
sleeves I. F IIIM> \ Principal Befllllo. ... ..12 !Ip
and, mark words, he will make a nttiichcil. to-nit : r. Lak* .. ...' 146.1 11 ilia .Wp.OraDK.flltry
my 1.1"1.1' \\rK\IXK .i.t.ltllII.
the bilk IIIHUR and ht !din \- ... ...
bunched over ,, Lake Helen .L1J .
Ortafe City.
1'J1).I,1211''pi A
smart man out of himself. I may not sea' by iridescent ornaments A i IX.IS"I.\\ :-111"- Tin- Last Imlf ..! :-101'' !,-\\". .t quarter and At. Orange City Janotlom." IUp 411pLv.. New femyrna. II SIp I. i1Ii
it, but you'll see if niy words don l place COLOKFD.K Eli l half SouthVst quarter and Wi>t 'i.-ilf !
flowers at thu shoulders gives : sad Oranfel All trains beta een Oracje city Jni MB a,-iOtty
bunch of .. AH traits between New Bmyma
halt f uthVK
come true That boy was Abraham Lin. ln t.-.Instructor \ rrl -4 ( niinrt 1I1I,1.I..t s" AaoHoB daily exeept Bnnday. (New bmjma daily exoapttanoa/)
coln. the finishing touch. I). R IXOESAOLL: .Mijxnisi.rI \\ quarter) ami uinliti'lril half iiittrot in i iI

I \ \ \ i ",..I r'III.all..1 Swtii.n Sixteen ((1'i)) I i

Little Brown Doc at the Door. How to Keep a :Meal Hot. UKKO; LY\I\\........ II.M 'iiKiir-h.p t..r'>.>oi ii t4CI-) d. UHIIIForty AND HAVANA.
Earl/ and late you watch and wait. When it is ueces>ary to keep a mi al v \U\ITT. ... s-, t'r' r brew14:1111.st.I'adt'l.'unty.( l Fio..ida; 111-" KEY WEST

the door do not set the (in.1 1 II :\1 lilt.. Due((1 1 ilorbtUair.ni. '1 .
Little brown dog at hot for a belated comer ELLIOTT' KIY.: The tl Key West of the Flonda Fast Out Steamship Company ... ,
For a quick foot ball and a boyish call, holding the find in a but oven, ; \ \It:.-. C. IIXKliN .InstniLnurK. :-Irll.| ll.irin- Four 4 To. 'to Irks i>m> li, *** for Laywpeat oa anj.:a.& Y wmc.u.i. and Fridays after arrival .. tra1D1ri>c "ace
For your master to come once more, plate the china a, well as H THO-IINOX "',"I..n'iw.H \\.111 1 One 1 1 -.> th.. anil ":'fntb.Oieillloe a-nrtHe. making ooonerHoa at Key Vest with iteainers for Havana. Leave Key Weft.. ..
Eag..r to follow through field and hollow. thus discoloring LL.. LOR. on ICllth..t.r.I wo J) \lndre-m... fx m. standard time) OB Tueedaya, Tbnredayt aad batttrdavi, arriving &a1 MZI' -- l
Wherever bu feet may roam drying the food. IUo.tt'acIIJlac the ph.te B rise M....... wltk north bound train.NA5SAU.
I., F. KIIlXRK. 'u-t"'l1..r IIn. :1: Plus OneiljMi J vl 1 l'lti". One [I ,11
Content to stray if he lead the way. upon the fire over a ].au ol foiling w a- K. K. I'R.\LlER.................. .......... >>tuicTvisur.I'.IM'AYXI' l.ili' il:.no_ Oar (1 ] I'nuiltrrtiun. Oni tl ]
Wherever be U U
with a tLat
ter. covering the plate pan ark One (11 1 :-01.rill| ler. one llMioi.l: and
But yon never hear the whistle clear will just tit over the edge of the plate. Oi,' [I Parkinlfou-e That Iheinter.i-t N. P.
t:. l.r.K: .?.............r orF
Nor the Bound of the boyish call will keep hot and there will ,.. town
The food 1'A .r. \\.11. "\.. siiN-r\i- HII\V S Union in aiil Jlr..t'rt.hni,
UI1I tie ft ftu
Kor the of fret all bare and fleet, Serrtoe to Vat**. IT. P. (Bahama IliludlIaatlf'U'&ted J3D'W'I)7. >7
wanir bulling water
Down through the shadowy hall. be enough steam from the CI'TI Kit alt ihe.lNot J i,specially built for paeeanger trade between Miami Fla. andi...*.
lower to ktrp the plate moist ihrnfoyIhi ..:ii'l W. S. Lin'on. and
Though long you wait at door and gate in the pun .\I'hIE LKK DXMMV: fnsrnrl''r
For your plajfcllow of old, and present its cimteuts. troiu Lecoimug WM. t.ZI. I.h..._.... ,..uo".r >il o .her (." -si.n. intf teal| arc herein req MIAMI TO NASSAU.
With hi* eye no blue and his heart HO true dried. irr iti> uIsIsra| t" 11.1! ,'11.'n'r IM-fuse IeIoW"klr 1&lJ.UM,117 t4I r.br 0ary lltk. f\ }Weekly, 4anary filth to J'.b rT Il/lb i
And hi* hair like the sunshine's gold II UII the lust\ :Moml.n in !fliniai. t. \ I> 1"\'''. i>, 'l'J1oWtttl'y, ]ninuur t_ March &tk. Tri-Werkly. Fenmary 15th M lUrcfrlftkyMarck '
... : tk to April 12&. (beol-Wrtklj. March ;>>U to April ISA.TkM .
M. : I cDWe.
Bow to Vr\ll Turtle sit Mr-KIMTT J'rui iiIVI jii.l-j '. ni lit d f'.nit nit; lie -ttrreil' a::: iiiisi.ii
Tl a year and a day ainoe!! he went away cornmeal aud \ \. XIXVN .. .. \_.i.nini : 'Irrnd.ittt.
To a beyond oar keD Mix a teaspocuful; T. S. r. il'TIKK.- |, nir
country with tit hand .ml Dies a) of said! Court.ihi tralmand boati maybe ezpect"A tearrirfM
And th.II'ho go that way we know.Never half a uaspooiilnl of dry mustard .. rs my *Time TaVea ow tba ttaue at whuA\ .
IMIIRFP.MI..X the to
ration and nut their arrival or tepaxtmre J&
tl.i- I t roue bat'k again half a gill of orange; juice spread: \ t.. JCK .1I'i.. hi..r m ..r .. stated it act goaranteed. nor does.. Oempaay bola lueif ponaibie for any (UUf w VtfJ.F.BBCKWITH.
Bull early and late you watch and wait. our a turtle steak, grease tie A r 1.I'jIlTl\UI'I'E.| i ... .... ..... "' 111..f\j.". [ |.] A i 'JFIVliv.Clerk Nneequantar snsfngtltentrom.!
Little brown dog at the door paste cook the steak in it Count "'" lib. copy of local time ir4rl ..u at 221 wsM .., itrMlWioa1'Wo. or mdln..
But the voice u itdl. and, watch aa you chafiug dish and LKKSYII.I.i: : \\.l liH-ALi

will I for 5 minutts on each side. Serve hot SI'-oA :-o.\XIIEJS. ............_ .. In-triu-tor Atturue for riaintiff 11-l.' -amus J.D.BAHX E&ita..
yw hailer cornea no_more. !).taus with cnrx&Bt jell,. J. P. UK .............. .. ....."..))UprH/I ) !, : Asti Pssswgp ,


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d the infinite versatility :
and flowers, nor

I Cjjt I Qvt.aPllil"' lIn. I i I class Watch workmen and jewelry, and repairing guaranteed by ,first at I FLORIDA MOUNTAINS. mosses of mountain mountain cascade clouds and nor cataract the- : <

--- of
j Idner & Son's. poetry Coliell Brotliers't

'3 he Heights We Climb and the SceneryWe Nevertheless. right here many a n .

; That to always talk about you and See From Them. with
I in spirit
WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA. yours is to make yourself a first-class ,.. time have we been kindled Palm ; ============== .
While our

bore My friend said to me, "Anotherreason mountain Beach mountains inject no discordant 1\i Popular Dry

GUY I. I.METCALF why love Florida is because of its magnificent atmosphere.No :
For Airy Rooms, Clean Beds and a elements into our gei.ial:

EDITOR AND MANAGER. Good Table, be sure to stop at the New mountain scenery." Now as I flurry of mountain wind disturbs the 4"" GOOdSHOI -

; Seminole Hotel, Geo. Zapf, Manager. stated (in my f. rrner letter) this remark superb equableness of our famous Latce 4
struck in the face and sent me i f
YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION, $2 Open all the year. me Worth climate. Then- are DO refrigerators V
till friend's explanation ( The Leading
J I reeling, my on adjacent mountain peaks as .
Boat building done right at home, in picked me up again. The idea of moun- California,
-- -- -- Riviera and in Southern
the most approved manner, good work- at the
i manship and at liviug prices. Call on tains in Florida, and around Palm Beach! breathe down icy chill, day or evening in the State. "

-- ;.. ? :..-=-t. \ Capt. A. T. Rose. But his explanation satisfied me, and I upon us. So you may climb the $
i- / ,,- I know it will satisfy you "However, Beach and
: That politeness at home shows more heights right here at Palm ,
: said be, "let me tell you about the high exhilarationspecially The Largest Stock, The Newest Sty
iifjAMONG refinement of Alpine
.t '\1f than politeness in public. have sonewhat
land Beach and then we will I
near Palm if you are up early in the ; at the Lowest Prices. .
Dont forget J. F. OLIVER'S when I come to our mountains. There is a
: you want Fancy Groceries. north of the Hotel morning. And to do this Jon need not ; To all whom request we will send samples free of charm I
rocky ridge a *
OUR benefit
CHUBCHES. about the
cultivate any WE PREPAY Express Charges on all
aud I
-.e__ That, by the calamity howler, rews Royal Poinciana between the Lake early rising, but if you stay here A orders to the amount of 5.00 or o'er.

t Time and Place of of small failures is thankfully received- Ocean, that in Chicago or any prainecity I do, V when money accompanies the order
Services, Special I throughout a winter season, as you
: larger in wonld for a mountain. The f
ones proportion. pass
Notices, Week-Day and Sun- and with such refreshment The Best Mail Order
will soundly
land begins to rise first where the Epis- sleep so Depart .
day Meetings. Xo need tll send from home for will be
away rise
_e_ any boats when Capt. A. T. Rose can copal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea that by sun" you > Write for Samples and Try it. Your Money Back if Good Are Xot K y,.
build and the stand the shore of "all through *ith it, and ready to rise i
you one as fine or as cheap as yon Rectory on -Respectfully-
Episcopal Sepviees.
want. See him, and place your order. the Lake. The church and rectory are and go singing among the magnificent I, 11

: I RFV.J. N. MriFoRD Rector. left to some of us. From this point the land takes a gradualrise Beach mon ing. :

REV.L FITZ-JAMFS IIJ [>IIY. _\sst Mini-ter. ,, till about a quarter of a mile further I Yours Truly,

r Service every Sunday morning at II o'clock. Pine Apple Covering -If you contemplate north it is perhaps fifty feet above the J. N. MULFORD. : POPULAR DRY GOODS HOD

( A launch will run rcoilarly in connection, leav covering your pines write us for lake. --- !
f This is on the Spencer place. 1
ing"West Palm Reach
city dock at 10:30.:; Fare prices on lumber, lath and wire. Can
or the round trip 10 rents. furnish promptly and cheap.-G. F. You can stand there just above the Palm Beach Inn by-the-Sea. 10-2K-97 Jacksonville, Florida.

Sunday School at 3 p. m. Paddison & Co., Eau Gallie, Fla. wind-mill, right on the ground anti iOo (
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2 10 eow oi. away on the broad sea over the tall 'Over the deep waters of the dark blue I

BROTHtRHOOD -_a.THEY trees of the beach hammock. It was
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OP ST. -
ANDKfcW.-:MfCtH on sea. .;;::

the Second and FourthVedneday of each SAY- here, on this elevated ground that Mr. Our thoughts as boundless, our hearts as I ,,1<
month. This Date In History-Feb. 13. .2:::
L. f. HISDRY.Director. -
Flagler the
contemplated putting free." This Date In
W. F. ARMSTRONG. JB. Secretary. That. in church, the preacher does the Royal Poinciana. He thought howeverit W28-Cotton Mather,famous in Hirtoiy-f
1 work, but the deacons the witchcraft raid died 173&-Daniel Booaa. UwfuMW -'--
.u take the money. would be too much for his guests to No b'uer: no gladder than these are at Boston; born there ItiGL Kentucky pioneer Hi .

I ; Ji JJ 'W. E. Church, South. That every time a country paper clubs climb the hill. But, said I, where are the the w-at.-rs of the Aegean Sea, whose 1786-Benjamin Franklin appeared fighter, born U Backs a
;, before the house of county, P*.; did to Kir
t Services will be held in the Knights of Pjtti- with a city paper it clubs itself. mountains you spoke of. 0, for the air enchaining shores. .siuded bv orange commons to plead the IOUlt 1eJJ.

cf lag each Hall on the Fir.t,Third and Fourth Sundays That one Florida tallow candle light oi the mountains! And the bird's eye and myrtle groves, held Byron under a cause of the American col.onit' 1812 Alexander &mf1tGa6tepbeDllcdebrattld
month at II a. m. <1 .
4! an 7:30; p. m. Every editor needs view of lake and "Well" said them !! I Aawi
one cordially invited snuffing. sea spell! I have often lingered by .
to attend. "I was glad K89ieneral Ethan Allen, the i lean KUHMuan: lies pra*, <
when they said unto me let us go into the house That the child is not always father to I my friend, "I will bring in my moun- II and feit their entrancing beauty; I have Green Mountain hero, died 111'. dent of the Oonfedertty, .l\1
1 ol the ,9rd." KEr.. I:. WiLKE tains but if In Burlington, Vt. ; born in ..! >> born near CnvfurdjriUt y
*. Pastor the man for sometimes it Is a girl. presently; you really want a roamed the who:.- world over, from the Litcbfield. (;onn., 17JU.IBOfrlJavid '. Ga., died btSLi _,

That intemperance is by far the bird's eye view of Lake and Sea and Pyramids to the aiiVs of the Ganges, Dudley Field, jn- "HAS ALIJU.nst 15-BnU.h wuWuop Ftiamtuig IiI'itI..

Evening Star Lodge, No. 46, the Isthmus of Palm Beach, first take from the sunny Riviera to the Norwegian born in Haddaui Conn.l&t York wiUi the tnat1111 ....
S greatest national evil. } CunimoilorB L>aac Hull, American nav*' [)eo. 24, 1814; it WUn&lWlrr
Knights of Pythias, That widows the elevator and go up into the cupolaof fjords, but I have found rv> other spot hero, commander of the famous Con-itu' the Kth and Ista, 4Z_
Meets ewiy Fridav Msht at TOO p.m.standard gardens can both be the Royal Poinciana, and I will vouch more favored by the gods. In Palm tion, died at Philadelphia; born in Derby, J828-De Win Clinton: ,Utwut et a .
: lime. tfisitinff bn then rid of weeds by proper cultivation. for it Conn.. IirJ.1551Fernando. of New York, alto prcjtcttr t
cordially invit I. you ever anvwhere in ail yourlife Beach there is a subtle charm stealing M
r Wood, of Sew York canaL died in AJbuy, btn
_Castle Hall over Public School That of I ex-mayor _j-
BuildingJ.A.PrcuC.C. some our maids will never liveto had such a revelation of tropical over you, growing every day more powerful died in that city; born lull Feicande l&tf-Thomu X Edi..<4. tte feutncian. .

t i W. t, WlDMEYEB: K. Of R & S. be fifty if they remain twentyfivemuch beauty. You think that you know the until it makes you feel loath to Wood wad one of the earliest of 'famn.a.ny' born IS Aha O ., '
2-4-97 powerful enemies. Elected mayor by IStt-Jndga Charles E. A. Gqvfcgoished
l I longer beauty of Palm Beach, but you have no leave th s beautiful Eden. Such peaceful that organization in l&il, he was miuiedi outhtr writer.. .kM

i ---_-- That, if some servants ever get to, conception of its splendid panorama ofsea !scenes, such a blending of colors:; ately thrown over by a faction which had died in New Or lean.; ban H Ik

FUN AND FACTS. heaven, they will be hunting for a uew and lake, and gardens and groves I the always-young nature of the South, come Ball and into was control again elected Be organized mayor in Slozj.i lioU.: ale Montgomery veteran of Cone Ltoe'IIrIR1.I ptcti..41_.

I --- place inside of three weeks. and avenues of waving palms, till you I I smiling and lavishing her countless The fight between Mozart and Tammany dna. ,L born lull

Witty Sayings look down it all from I gave the Republicans their mayor in 1.L 1807-Captain Halo lor5o JkG U.
t I Interspersed With That Hanna's election was a sound I upon this lofty treasures; this is truly a dream of Paradise -I 1884-Han" vou Buluw, the celebrated pianiot, the naval twttto of the TsiiMi.

Business Bargains. money victory-amount not stated. cupola. and each new morning we exclaim I I died at Cairo, Egypt; born last.18B7 York city Be*. Ho.. r..SIit--
-- "Now," said friend "be : eneral Joseph O. Shelby celebrated tit minuter, dencuadttt .. hila
A[ ttL,4 That nothing should be my patientand in rapture with the poets, "God is with I |
allowable in l/eyoud the MiSbiixippi aa a dashing;Ccufed{ died at Macedonia. I1U.. .. -
For the Best Chicago Sirloin Steaks politics that is not allowed in private we shall get to our mountains. the world to-day." erate cavalry commander, died at Aurun, I
in town call at Will Whiddin's Popular life "You know," said he, "that Ruskin A serene atmosphere, birds sweetly Mo. John Randolph Tucker, a noted \irgmian
Market. : dieU at Lexington, ilo. ; aged 74 I j This Date In Historr41716Thaddeus !
That not a country without singing the joyful hymn of life, brilliant I -
Noah the '
was first mail who
That, once upon a time. West Palm knew enough to go in when it rained; mountains.the Ruskio and said, "mountainsare flowers, which seem 10 spring under This Date In History-Feb. 14. I American soldier! and fracfcriEMk p
beginning end of all nat-
Beach had' our feet. The sea in its various but always near Xovogendet. Ltthuua.6
a Board of Trade; That some of his descendants have ural isi i 1779-Captain James Cook the 1781-Peter Cooper the AaertoH
.- scenery. In them my affection sublime aspect, Heaven, with its pioneer n4r1gator )_
IA" - ---- been afraid of water ever since. of the i'acific, kiliod' by Ute uauve put born in New York 9itt *
Bargain in Real Estate wholly bound up. dtlicious blue, its gorgeous sunsets and of Owyhee Hawaii). I lii -

$3. -300 acres, That this country talks about annex- Ruskin turned away from his own its matchless, starry nights: everythingfills 1824-General infield Scott Hancock, the oni ,: 18W-Kant.. philosopher&A I.

80 acres half mile from Hypolnxo. ing Cuba and Hawaii, but seems afraidto Lincolnshire and Leicestershire, and us with mute but exquisite delight corps Uant,roiciuander born m Montgomery of the berond count}AI..J. i ... I ItiUU-Abrabain Charles Darwin-Lincoln' bfftktat.It- 'i r;_.

I I River.220 acres near south fork St. Luck tackle New Jersey. from Holland, because they were fiat. and "we revel in the luxury of mere died at Ciovtrnora inland, 2sew \urk liar J851-QJ>enlni of the Aoatn&U isa -

For That some Chicago have And yet he never could dispose of Hoi sensation"But bor, Feb. U, IM the discovery of r4wirdwti4fornia
further. information write women been I 1828-Ediiituiii About, French author of n<'te. I mint r. The Crrt kaenfe
G. F. PADDISOX. known to stay married continuously for land, a country not only with no mountains a few years ago this place wa< a'' born in Dietze, Lorraine; died in ta.ii' of gold in Australia wtt oafekSf-

Eau Gallie. as lung as four years. or hills, but not even level with the wilderness; one wonders ItOW if a magician's : Jan. 17, IseS.l&1Coueral i the fact wax roppreaMd U tkl lS:
217 31 William Tecna.-b Sli"riuan uied the governor uf Sew feet* la *
Fla. That pessimists consider happiness a seaS but below the sea. Yet where in all wand has touched it; so sudden, s I' in Jiework city; born at Lancaster, U. feared 1U effect on the 43,0 _

I That, once disease and history do you find a people of stronger complete was the tran'fllrmatioJl. Splen.did ISM: England'! penal colony eoHM* *.
upon a time try not to catch it. III.J-Mrll.
a railroad I Alary Bradwell, the A, in l .
: moral loftier fir-t wuu.aa ;aua >il, geukijiirt*'**>*
:1 train arrived in town: That b> canying your watch in purpose, heroism, purer gardens are spread where there was lawyer in Illinois diul ui Chicago. bum ;I cry. That aLjo WM nupprMei V
your 1WL:
patriotism, or finer religious inspiration only sand or brush wo. d; stately palm covery of Isil led to xt "lISt
a Blue Serge Coats and White Duck hip pocket you will always be ahead oftime. than the people of the low countries han 1895 Ei-Governor Isaac I'uscy Gray, L'niita ISn-Ahoe Cary, author, died.
and :
1 groves atial Btales
pantsallthego. grown pa residences minister to Mexico died in the City l&tS-Horatio Seymour. ItlIIaa tilI
AtSR1N'SBAZAAR. whose struggles for liberty are so graph- have l been erected. One, justly of MexIco.1B9'illluuD. Ctic, X. !..-born bIlL

That what That bikers grant pedestrians no ically depicted by Motley in his volumeson called Royal is decorated in P. $t. John noted J"ewntk I ISBl-Adciirtl David Uixoagnithed N. $ .
Grecian banker
was once upon a time i is rights now but funeral rites. the United who chamDumed- ilie.-- cjin.i--- -. ..._..- Union commander II lid
: not of much piesent benefit Netherlands, the Dutch style of purest design and the other is ill ver in lax: died in >ew York city war, died IB Waebng1usbaU

- That crime overlooked breeds Republic and John of Barnevald? .. IS4-A blizzard *
I ---- more home-like, snug and elegant, the of run and ****
A fine line of Golf Hose just received V crime. "But said I&l'r the northern belt .f Mt*.
now, friend "we ideal This Date
g at SIRKIN'S BAZAAR. my are of comfort. The blue waves In History-Feb, 15. New England to Nebraska.

That the nearer the milt is to its sup- ready to climb our Palm Beach mountains break in a :iringe of crystal almost at IK4 UaUleo mulct, the noted 1896-AUen Dodworth. noted 5*.Ut-
I aatronouer
INS'ft': That no woman was ever known to plies the better for the mill. If you are up a little before sun the loot of this seaside Inn and seem to'' born; died in IWi leader, died at Paiaiiftta. CU.te*
:I l&B-Jolm Augustus, Charles Louu Aubroii TbooM,**
; butter
rise ,
I be almost noted
color on California
blind.j That corruption in high places is every morning here, caress it lovingly. From its spaciouspiazzas pioneer, born In Handera, Lauen. ..li. .I musical compuMT. died tl Plrtr.kal
j 1 -- ----- you will revel for an hour in mountain wrecked and | l v.-o..nl'ra1l1l1lJUJI saab ockMrterall >
left U
Fancy Bluefield soon imitated corruption in low. oue may well fancy oneself to be in California July -, L>..iI <
4 Bananas in any glory. You will walk the died in Washington; lb.\). hinder in the civil war.....*
quantity at Clematis Avenue Supply That the laws should be enforced on heights, I aboard a ship and in 'boundless laC6-Destrnition of the captive United I walk. U>>DD.. tgvd nNew
have done Store.
times and
against all offenders. I thoughts" dream for hours of happiness frigate I'iiiiauelphia in the unruor of Lip -
did it this morning. And it will be all infinite of oil by Lieutenant Ltevatur and -
intense of a buoy of
That emotions\ the
I honesty not the best That Lucifer have picked men from the
policy can the others if he the same it lie American fleet
awake in
when you are trying to steal bases. only leaves Lucy for Gus yoU bed at that poetry and grandness of life that words 1816-Otto von Kutzebuu of a noted Ka.siun \ York Tailoriqi

hour looking out of your eastern win fail to espresso family, voyager and explorer, died In tic
1:1: I Fresh Fruits and Vegetables I That they to take the dows." "You vet, Jiu-sau; born there Ks7.
I always expect kink out see"said he"the material The work of the &'.) lr. i
magician's Leo
wand otd
is >
to be ]
found Uaniruacb
at Clematis Avenue Supply of the Masonic goat's horns their I for these mountains is in chestra the eminent -r
;11 i Store. at the great perfect. Thus speak the favored leader, died in >;iew York cio' Popilar Price MB

/ __ ______ next meeting. morning cloud-banks thai hang over the children of fortune who admire and & born-HoI in llld Ko\vn, Koacia, in luSi .

I That Charlie Miller, like some of his That the K. of P. gridiron is rusting a Gulf Stream. Out of these the cloud enjoy to their heart's content; thus Cpucopal Church ilcTveire.buuth bfelu,wed>p of at a..hvtlJe MeflUOlI",

neck-ties, is a beau of promise little now for want of magician creates his mountains. This aged 65.1885Kichard.
use. speak also
some humbler
voices in Suits to
: Fine Apples at Clematis --- That magician is the rising sun. And the illusion .: f, 1reve11i prominent 1.:01..,. order $16 aQdSJ
i I Avenue Sup. the I. O. O. F. goat has been fed grateful feeling, for many know what urganucr. lied lu Detroit. Or -- ----

ply: Store. high and worked hard lately. is so complete that you get all noble impulse, what deep tjptncer foiafford, fotuidir: Of the bta&on tvtuiuu: "
sympathy, Ink company", died Trousers to ordr, $4 aQd. !,
-- I the inspiration of being in Kew York.
j That what some folks call sympathy is That it has taken about thirty.five among the what tender human love moved the 1886-JIrs. E. K JuuhoL-on Pearl Rivers _

It! t nothing_ but their impudent curiosity. years for some men to find out they mountains. Around you are the snow- genius to touch this land with his magic The Picayune died in J ew Or leans. v. -- "

-- -- -- capped Alps. Sunlight plays on lofty wand. Not
-- were wounded only to gratify the
FOR SALE-About 75 Black Langs-- during war. ridge and peak, and rose color sinks into and add t.> the wealthy This Date In Samples antI Measuring Blit! b'f

ban hens, at a bargain Call onV.. R. That the greatest trouble about gettinga the bosom of many pleasures of their History-Feb 16 sent by mail. *
great upland snow fields. !lives but 141r.-Phtlipp
"- Florida.Moses, opposite' bank. West Palm Beach. check cashed is to get the check. You almost hear the echo of the yodling the poor, as to well.help and Legion give is the pleasure to i died 1Zssj1l&Uaapard Melanchthon. reformer, burr

3.10 That the lilies of the field toil herdsman, the name of de Coligm,
n not tinkling of the cow-bell those whose admiral of Franco
-- and
f That it is not sitting on a woman's neither do they spin; the war of cascade and torrent cares have been made bt. Bartlioiouiew Protestant leader, born; killed in the I
bat but the rushing lighter, whose tiveshave been matte UlOn- maahacre 15Ti; 17 East SfrtLJACKSONVILLE. _
pins that Baron
in Bay
are it that That there from glacier and Frederick
causes snowfield
are several lilies of feel von der Trenck
that ; you a hopeful; ,
I the many must be the for his famou
trouble. pravers prison
j kind in this town. sense of elevation, that mystic uplift of waftei to heaven for this born; guillotined experience and e&cap."" I
Paris !
genius, July :ffi, K4 I ?
I FOR SALE-Fine Oak Bedroom-Suite- : That Pat Leunons' wife took the spirit and mountain inspiration I and if human wishes and human prayerscan and cousin Had of the the son of a Prussian ufiirer i.MM.,7 .

Grant blanket off of his bed have tasted the old Alpine flavor do notorious baron 11 hose
M. Sherbon. the other night to again aught to help it, his happiness pandoura In the service of j -
Maria -
i ;i That a lit" will travel all keep the tomatoes from getting frost and again right here in Palm Bracli, but ought to be perfect. L.\. crick won tiet'iaLle fame for, th,'i.>- '"nucr....._Then5:1 X"ItXl" jr*
i over town bitten. more often at sunrise than at sunset, for 1 M-neU under Frederick the Ureatun I -
I I before th> truth can get into its he offended the king
clothes. the of the and was tried, -ON"- .
That while genius evening magidan is pruonud, then exiled 1m :
Ladies will find the you money you may not so prolific" Whisky Snakes. but party in Pitrin He joined the Jaco J'
'I latent styles in j he a shining light -- and was put to death \
the b
i J r't millinery at Mrs F. MofTatt's.. ; I can corroborate council > LUMBER '
That when is every word of my A forcible illustration of the different 1812-Henry Hilson, statesman I
---- your money it is dent and vice
; That, as Armour has a friend about the morning mountain : waysol dealing with the niulei Grant, born in fll..1
cornered the case ot flying light whiskey snakes K H. Faruau-'ton
; : ; Uieu l.>..
at Palm
1 'I meat and Leiter the wheat, scenery Beach, and at sunset at Twenty-five snakes l&S Lindlc) 'I
they might That there running through Murray, the
is an exception however times I have grammarian,
in died SHINGLES
join in a sandwich trust anti be done seen masses of mountains the streetsthat's free whisky. Enjilau.i. bom K&
in the case of editors, who generally are whose verisimilitude Usa7-Lr Uli.lui K.ot
withit.Send perfect
i both. and Twenty-five snakes gathered into died at li'.1.1iI.a arctic exploier
---- -- .-- long ranges, peak alter peak box a lift.!-
touched in which are "Unconditional
< tor Butterick Pattern Sheets to That lovers are not necessarily alike I with fire. by the authorities twenty.five of the holes made l&7Thel4""n eUun surrender" of Fort Dun LATH EftWI'

Mrs. M. Macdonald, Agent, Jacksonville even though The court-thafs a jubilee, nftietn ,
Fla. they correspond.That 'I evening magician rather delights high license. of Victoria reign celebrated. anniversary

capital furnishes the in volcanoes. One evening last Ten of the
funds summer
t' for I. holes are closed
and -
;I That postal savings; banks are coming labor to do the shopping.That across the Lake right oppositethe the snakes get out through all of This Date In C1t': fllllkp youV J.on"

. I II if the big) bankers don't sitle track them. when Rectory, wa!' Vesuvius, belching fifteen-that's the remainmg U;!''hurllJti History-Feb. 17. 0 l L 011" tHtion .,
I ; a man wants to take high license_ de Uw.oe
11 I That the cheerful person always lives I poison up in Chicago, he jumps into i flame, und high over the lurid crater, Drive all the snakes over to the other : JOlDnlle.ran't nat d" LorralDt'I born as Write us for intthing vo **&* fc

I 11 the longest. the river. lingered the very smoke-cloud one sees town-that's local J'C4-1ieflaej died iaai- _,
___ ---- I over the volcano from the option. Angelo,; buonaroti Building Material"
streets of Kill the
I Rough Lumber That a real fine snakes-that's IIIIIUtt'r lICulplur and '
Cheap.-A few nugget up in the prohibition architect ';
carp Naples.
And ,
that died
p loads stick same season, in that Daytona Gazette ; born I : # .
on at mill at Gifford Klondike is Xews. 1 7'Ht"an
# W.11\\ generally worth its iiapiae I,
be sold very 10\\-(;. F. Paildison & beans. weightin same place was Fusiyama, the pride of -.- M"lt're, t'll'nch Poqu"hu '\.,.;.' Builders Supply Co.,

I Co Eau Gallie, Fla. 2 10 tf. navy I Japan, towering, white-robed against That no millionaire toP and aUlhur,die.j comio born IIC 4' }
-- --- --- That work is a job I the can tell 11h21thOvanni St. Flotida.Lainhart&F0.
you can only finish sky, full 12,000 feet above the you how ; Augustine
That lake much
to judge anyone by his : money it takes
personal by dying.That ; and Japanese ladies with to make a man IlAltan BaUh18 Castl. 'a" -.a-
p parasols and rich. """t,
appearance shows thud
both ; burn
you are .
laws are now made floating drapery around the I CAKIJIIoAI tsn11. .-
ignorant and v 'gar. to punishthe I mountain _e_ 189'.iear aA 11'&

h poor and benefit the rich; : base. Of course there cannot be, in i OTICE OF 8. K, diti Adullral. 'D Yiadungtuu AUgtlstWt Ludlow Case, C 10-78-07 West Palm 1 8eJC"-
t WANTED TO PURChASE 'these N DISSOLUTIONAntiioiu UiW-Rear ; born
I FLORIDA That a fool won't believe if magic creations, the qualities Auu.lrlll EduiUDd Ibli: -
PROPERTY.-Persons you you 8. 1\;., It Calhoun -
I owning farms <> i Ruskin retiie.l, died l
r in his : in
tell him points out
fire will\ burn. acute h..rt'hy 7ii. Wlldunglun
winter homes analysisof Kin"I''nt John I.
send full
description and the lirll' of ., Baker, known ag..J To Let
I \n.
I price to J. V. Bond, Box ISI, Dayton That if you buy a head full with mount-in: glory. We do not have that IhOl y & lill"r has "soul out their itltere..t E..sex, on"of the fUUUdt.J'Ii lid the 'age i-I' ---
vour to an of the !II
tenderness Anthony f'.ros., who arty. al Repuijit,'
)bio. 01 color seen in distant will conlirlUe the ij'verly, MIIId. A fiveroom'furnibe'tthe cotuge't
money lOU will never be robbed. inounUins at the sailit'tant... All "Ihine-<; erlll Alfrbl ,' ; aged Ii U"n
nor ,the supremacy of mountainllIII collected by Anthony jjro bill.dul'. the firm "ill bt- leader, died In Wa.4mngj"" ( II noted Fedt rill winter Nicely iwated7" ** I
; aged 1'41 Ilqafrt
3'11'97 from thetpassenger''Iepotbox : .

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