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 24, 1898
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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;S PERSONAL PICKINGS. the party around and did the usual HERE AND THERE. E II COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE. extra large one, the boss bid three rOl- TOWN TOPICS.

Honors. lars and the cat.
got ,
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fesple a* Thty C.me and C -People Yea Harry Flood came up from Miami Scraps of News About This and That aid Interesting Items 'jdthtred by Our Scribes -- :local Happenings From Our Note Book and

Miy .r May Not Knew. this: morning to see how lively time were Different Things. Throughout the County. A little scrapping match took elac From Other Sources.

-- -- here. -- 1 here last week, the contracting parties -
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J. W. Harper of Hypoluxo, was laying Belts, 15 to 60 cents.-Anthony Bros. MANGOXIA MUTTERIXCS. being Geo. Mitchell and Chas. Smith.

in supplies town Tuesday. Mrs. J. Clow, much to Capt. Clow's They met on the corner of Glade Avenue Souvenir goods cheap-Anthony Bros.

delight, arrived at the Inn yesterday Now is the winter of our discontent -- --- and Mitchell Street No bones broken Elegant line of new shirts.-Anthony
Quite number of residents
ro.tmaa.t W. II. Cox of Boynton from Chicago. __ made glorious summer by the tourists' a and but little blood shed. Bros. *
spent Washington's Birthday in town or
in town business shekels.
wt* on Wednesday.A.
Dr. C. F. Kemp and wife, of Key -- in that vicinity. Mr. Barnes solicit'ng: agent lor J. P. J. F. Oliver has improved the appear

West of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.S. The launch Seminole took
were guests a large
and the insideof
.W. Garnett of Hjpolaxo, was one Some threatening weather, a little Meyer & Co., Philadelphia, was here ante brightened up

ol the busiest visitors in town Monday. Adams of this- city--,-Monday. party down to the recic sale of the sprinkle, but no rain of any account yet, last week. He has been all over the his store by* treating it to a fresh coat

W. Warren, of New York, is over on bark Lotfus today. and everything needing it badly. country, and says that we have as goodor of paint. .
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Wm. Sullivan came up from Miami the East Side for a mouth's visit with Foreign boats of kinds and the best prospect for a crop of anyplace Dwight A. Allen is at work sheddingsome
' many
s Sunday and went to work as engineers Ragler's chief gardener, W. Friend. from numerous ports are now to be seen The steamer Gladys is being fitted up he has seen, which made some of two or three acres of his pines SO

the ice factory at once. and made ready for cruising and other us feel a little better.
Capt. Will II. Moore and wife, of Hy- on the Lake in large numbers and with ; as to be ready for the next freeze-twentyfive
filibustering not excepted.
+e W. A. Avery, of Mangonia. was in poluxo, came Wednesday) and are the nondescript crews. purposes ------ Beans and egg plants are still being years hence.

o s town Monday on his way home from a guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Ingersoll. The capsizing-of-a sail--boat belongingto Postmaster Stowers' launch came up shipped from here. Mr. F. W. Palmer Four persons out of every five on the

Ot wrtk't stay on the East Side Joe J Griffin, of the F. E. C. Ry Gale & Co., down near O. P. Bing- from town last week and is now ou the had a shipment of beans frosted in streets now are strangers, and more are

--- batn's of the incidents ofWashington's ways at the point for caulking and re- transit and was a little disappointed in coming in on every train. The hotel
was one
force, has been spending a few days in
Judge A. E. Heyser was in town pairing. his returns. Nevertheless, the best returns keepers and others who cater to the
town this visiting his sister, Mrs
id Monday, and also visited Justice Root that have ever been realized for tourist trade are not complaining of dull
''a Franklin[ Sheen. Section Boss Cothron has a large gang; ;
the Rut Side little
over on on a legal
The launch Seminole stopped runningthe beaus at this place are now being re- times now.
business. at work levelling and otherwise --
____ Joe Zapf took a run down to :Miami West Palm Beach Juno mail Saturday up ceived. _
the track in first class condition
4 putting t Our streets are being slowly improvedby
Tuesday and returned Wednesday. lIe
One of the most distinguished visitorsat and the steamer Eclipse started between here and town. There has been a little secret ban being cleaned: aud reshelled, andif

Palm Beach this week was Mr. Urban reports things looking very nice and carrying it Monday morning.The -- !queting going on here for several weeks. the roads approaching the town could
quite lively down in our neighboringtown.
'! A. Woodbury, ei-Governor of that goods W. A. Avery, after spend'ng a weekon Some of the neighbors have missed sew be included in the improvements program
trains from the North
old state Vermont -- are the East Side, is home again to the e al cliicVn-s, and on careful tnvestiga- it wouid go fat to the credit of

-- Ceo. Zapf took a party up the Lake loaded with passengers now, while great joy of himself, wife, boarder, and t; n it was found that the chickens had the town.

, J. W. Erickson formerly of this town, yesterday in his launch Olga and as the the trains going North have compara- the rest of the chickens. been carried out into the scrub, cooked in and
few them. Everything being place ready,
tively on
but now of Miami, came up Tuesday toe walking was good they all got safely passengers -"---- and eaten, at night, several taking partin the electric lights were turned on Mon

look after a little business, and returned home. he won't let it The "Mary B. came in from Jackson-
George says hap- the feast. What is it that boys will
a Fresh little for the first time and
water fishing, though a day night they
ville last week with a full which
borne Wednesday night. pen again. cargo; do. If will invite the
rot they only
satis- found work all The
is to right. next
r, harder to get at, generally more has been delivered, and now she is readyto were

'' Mrs. J. R. Anthony left last Saturday Among the guests at the Palms the factory than fishing in the salt water of start back after more. owner tory. of the chicken it will be satisfac thing wanted is a telephone exchangeand

first of this week were Dr. C. F. Kemp either Lake Worth or the ocean. --- __ then this town will be in it with the
morning for a short visit to her old

f borne at Georgiana. She will be home and wife and Capt. Chas. R. Pierce and Judge Heyser came down from Juno Wanted, to haul wood at 25 cents a best tf them. -- -

again in about two weeks. wife, prominen.citizens and old residents Last Monday the teachers of all the last Friday and had more work done on load. Apply to Ralph Harper. The I. O. O. F. made two more new

{ of Key West .schools in this vicinity devoted a portion his Riviera which is
-- orange grove at -.--- -- members at their meeting Monday night
' Mrs. P. Kitching came down from ---- of their time to inculcating patriotism looking fine now. After spending aud had an otherwise very interesting
S- P. Harbison, owner of one of our in the hearts of their pupils, taking Midwinter Regatta, P. I. Y. C.
i Jupiter Saturday on a visit to her Sunday here with friends on the Ridgehe session, several visitors being' present
fine pineapple plantations north of town, Washington for their text.
daughter Mrs. N. C. Jones, and remained went down to t.o'nIonday morn- Our lodge now numbers about thirty-
armed flout the North 1 last Friday, accompanied --- Thi- second invitation race of I' I. Y.
over to see the celebration. ing to attend to some legal business, five members and the number is still .
C. sailed in wind from
was a spanking
by h's wife, and are guestsof Pierre Lorrillard's house boat Cayman
spent Monday night at Capt. M. E. steadily increasing.A .
the Royal Poinciana. took in supplies the latter part of last SSE. over the club course on Saturday
Dr. J. A. Pugh left Tuesday morningto Spencer's on the East Side and went ---
week and left Sunday morning headed afternoon. Only a lair representation of
wooden curb is being put in and the
attend the meeting of the State home the
by Eclipse Tuesday.
I IVnUl Association at St. Commodore Clark took a party up the South. It will visit the Bay and possibly boats invited to sail were entered, probably brick is on the ground for a brick side-
Augustine .
Lake last nij!lit for a pleasure trip on his Key West before it returns. -.. owing to the difficulty boats be- walk around the Seminole Block. This
Wednesday. He to be back in
expects sieam }'acbt Alma. They were assisted HYPOLUXO IIAPPE IXGS. longi.ig north of the bridge would have when
a few days. will be a big improvement com-
examining the sounding The hotel visitors are charmed with the draw with the
III su: scenery passing through ,
pleted and will be the biggest of
N. b. & Son of Man- by the searchlight of the }'acht. th" lovely weather we are now having, t.eawin.l and sea that prevailed on
Major Boynton There I ii a little tll\\11 !>v tiu.aside., brick sidewalk in the town, the only

alapan Cottage, were pleasant callers at and the question is not infrequent : "Is AH Irllllc.18l1d brit an an." w e Ln"\\". the day of the race. However, this did other piece being the one in front of O.

our sanctum yesterday. The Major is Count Surveyor Franklin Sheen ar- !. it this fine all the year round," and we Prosperity i is brought! In by every tide not dampen the spirits of those whov. W. Weybrecht's.Off. .

one of our valued subscribers to both rived home tin morning front a trip truthfully say, "Well, yes, most all the To all w ho patronize IlitmluxoHer .en on baud to battie for the purse of- __ n _

the Sfs and DULY BREEZE.: :''I.lthe) Dude'Iall a party to Lake time." -- ties and date, iutiiaua anti gr.i]'e-, ft :i d to the winners, which consisted of

Okeeuiobte on liolli bjy.nc-sand pleasure. Her cocoanuts &uavax and pears three fine old flemish steins, one for the Cruising.
Our friend Stranahan, down at New llIlIgl"'oI and lime-, and apple at
D. A. Allen has received word of his They report the water 101\'. lols of River, wants tourists to know that his timer sugar v. ,Ii lAd in each class. The sharpie "Ina," under the charter

appointment as Deputy Collector of dry laud and game plentiful.Mr. camp there is not yet open for guests. A nd orange fives that never fall to hear. The boats were rated according to by C. W. Bingham, after being in com-

Customs for Palm Beach, but will probably Russell of Cincinnati of If he opens it this season, he will give; This town was Unrated) long YI'l1r.IlIN length, and the regular time allowanceof 'I mission for some time, finally laid in a
A- O. By a hit-ruledr.iip and hiv ifs st.couds foot for each mile of the
not relieve the present Deputy I a full of tackle
all due notice through the columns of supply provisions, aims
the noted Russell-JJorgau Co., was joined A find '
man mi
Collector Elgin F. Curry till March 1st the SUN and PALM BEACH BREEZE.No : poor plaoeto poTo course, was the handicap. Time was as and ammunition last week, and Monday
or later. by his son, W. W. Russell, al the Palm t-ix'lid tne remainder uf his lite. f)1wl!
--- : started out under full sail southward
Mr.V.. W. Russell -- --- -- -
Beach Inn last night. -
yacht race on Washington's Birthday bound with a skiff in tow.
lion. Geo. B. Swift and wife were is the promoter of the Cincinnatifarm It is a mighty poor man tint it is not Start. Finish. Time.
rather disappointed our town people, Those on board were Will Bingham,
down from their Lake
Tuesday pleasant Drainage, operating at Sebastian, good for something
rude 3 1!> J7 40725 41 58
for of all the doings over on the other the organizer: of the exposition, who also
Worth home to take in the sights in this on Indian River. I Mutha a1941 41729 37 48C.
side that would have been the only one i acted as treasurer; Dr. F. W. White,
vicinity and assist in celebrating the J. Brown was in West Palm Beach one : a\"""'" >'L 31910 withdrawn

day. Ex-Mayor Swift is one of DadeCount1 :\1 r". D. J. Bell, Misses Carrie and anything could have been seen of from night last week selling vegetables. Ji ,hilt 3 192 II 4 53 00 1 33 40 surgeon and ordinance officer; J. M.

best friends, and is deeply interested Iillln and :Master Hal arnved from here. Perhaps we will see it whenit Mren 3 19 -15I 1931I14U Rowley, captain and chief of commissary

in developing the resources of New Smyrna !last Saturdaj on a visit to does come off. Scotia Farm is still shipping cabbage, CiK-noM 1 Hire Drui-ie, 47 58; Martha and A. E. Knowles, mate and nav
5 ; 'III Cauiiifbiirk, \\withdrawn Judith,
Mr. I'rvuklm Sheens They left this ; "
this section. cauliflowers and other vegetables.A igator.It .
Since the resources of Florida have 1 81 07; Siren. 47 81.2ND .
morning for home with regret, as they -- is their intention to stop at New and
commenced to be developed, no state ---
Capt. A. W. duie, Supt. of the Indian were more: than agreeably: impressed party of young people went to Palm CUSS. Hillsburo rivers, on the way down the
in the Union has made .
River and Bay Biscayne Inland Navigation will our town and is attractive sur greater progress.If Beach on the Launch Victor Saturday.Mr. canal, and spend some time in fishing "
all the interests of the State were Xart'iie 3 00 59 A 55 47 54 48'lii..iui
Co., came down on the St. Augustine round.llgs. t'- I! Ill 01 4 01 53 t III) 52 and hunting if the weather permits, going -
Tuesday night and around properly encouraged by our own citizens Dunham, of St. Augustine spent
was 'Glades with their skiff
ot.1II11e'icnd back in the
of SouUioM X.
J. B. Terry J., an
and those who have made investments
a few days here last week business.Mr. .
town yesterday in the interests of his on
3RD CI.ASS. whenever opportunity offers and theyare
of editor a lar'eI'
je nothing would stand in the way of rapid -
company Con siHei able freight and a in Brevard: Count I'hiiiuiU 2 5/. 24 4 10 32 1 14 OK so disposed.
mrtv owner ,
and advancement.-Gainesville A. W. Garnett
Xuxi number of passengers teem! to be permanent was a passenger on ;Nancy 2 .". 55 4 04 34 1 OH) 39 They will probably spend a short time
with: call
li. nl our sanctum a on Sun.
; the launch Victor Monday to Palm 2x4 2 :1; I'll 4 lit t:; 1 225
"ming by the steamer route now. \\i.i -ii.lv last. Mr. Terry is on a it- Beach. ou the Bay and then, il no Spanish gun
__ __ : Corrected time-Ctii'iiiitii 1 13 22; Nancy.
n first of the six the
The trips
one boats dispute their they will
II' irotn "Vre turn ;j 1 Capt. John C. Montgomery and son St. will make between Mr. E. T. Field here
-. I d.n-; Melbourne, whtre he steamer Augustine was Saturdayand continue on to Key West, vuiling some
Walter are numbered among those so Titusville and this place this Sunday, and will probably herea
has la.;ge piopenv interests.Engineer stop The course was three miles long and of the islands and other places of interest -
fortunate as! to find shelter in the Palm --- season she made the first of this week, few days on his return trip from was rovered twice. The start in eachc.is en route and making a long enough

Reach Inn last night Capt. Montgomery Balohin.ho hurt in leaving TttusviUelond2) afternoonand Miami.
was -- : .>- was all that couM be desired for a stay at the Island City to see the sights
is president and treasurer of the the wreck north of town about a month arriving here Tuesday just after there and replenish their larder.
fair and
and it
Fred Meers, on the Island! has exciting race, so proved,
Cotton Milllt os. I and 2, of Spartan- and took his dark, with a good load of passengers.She .
ago, is well again; regularrun shipped SI.me tomatoes to Chicago last for ...ch loft, w ith the exception of theIova..hack After leaving Key West they will
burg, S. C., operating 7300(10 spindles, out from JicVsonville on the south left on her return trip Wednesday } probably not be heard from for a day or
who had misfortune to
C the
week and will continue to ship regularly
al \of I'acolett Mills Nos. I and 2, operating bound train Wednesday morning. The morning. These are extra trips made from now on. Casrv away the jaws on her gaff, before two. possibly longer for is is to be sup

65.01.i spindles. These are the fireman, Joe Hill who was severely by the bt. Augustine and in no way interfere I going half way around the first time,and posed they will be hunting a postoffice

largest plants in the state, if not in the is still the with the St. Sebastian, which I
scalded\ at the same time at Two young Mr. Clows and two Miss I was obliged to withdraw from the race. up among the Thousand Islands some
South Capt. Montgomery is here to re- and will continue to make her two regular
hospital at St. Augustine, nut up Clows were here Monday enjoying an The winners were Sid Maddock's where up along the West Coast be-
culwratefrom our-work and proposes to and will be ready for work trips a week, as schedule. I
around I outing and taking in the Holu\o| I Siren in the 1st Class; CommodoreRielmardson's tween Key West and Punta Rassa, but if

devote his time assiduously to rest. again in about week.. I gardens and Jim Porter's li..nan.j farm.Mr. I Narene in the 2nd; and Consul Fitzbugh Lee's services shouldbe
Fire started in the saw grass in the
-- : Guy Clow's Nancy in the 3rd. required to protect them from the

Eugene O. Locke wife and two children Mr. Joseph Jefferson one of the most I swamp over on the East Side, just northof and Mrs. Fred Dickerson were : The next regular club race will be malice of their Spanish captors and return -

i and his lIiotrnIDlaw.lr5.. J, I,. celebrated actors in the world anil now the Royal Poinciana last Saturday here from Miami last week. They took I sailed Friday' the 25th. them to their frIends. some of ni

If Locke, of Chicago, and Miss Hattie an honored guest of the Royal Poincianahas I evening, and frightened some of the back with them a boat load of suppliesand I will not be surprised.
dramatic discourse at that hotel and the Inn, but a.-
\olujteertd to give a guests
Otto, of Key West, arrived on the I some cocoanuts, and other plants I Wherever they go we bespeak for thema

...tt.mtrto Sebastian Saturday and are in the ball room on Friday evening i i there was no danger, especially as the I and seeds Edjewood. the beautiful winter home pleasant time and courteous treatmentand

Mopping over at the Inn. Mr. Locke at 9 o'clock for the benefit of Palm I 1 wind was from the south and blew the I of ex-Mayor George B Swift, of Chicago wish them a bon voyage, a good

i. clerk of the V. S. Court for the Beach's two churches, the Congregation. | fire away from the hotel and up the The ex-mail carrier had some ducks. ; is entertainning the triends of the time all the time they are away and a

i southern district of Florida and makes a5 and the Episcopalian. During the 1! s\\amp. It was watched along the edgesso Now he hs none Out of four ducks family again this season. The house. safe return well loaded with trophies

, his home in Jacksonville now, thoughhe evening he will recite "A Grave Digger," it would not get in the adjoining : he has not even the coop left. A wildcat :, hold consists of Mr and Mrs. Swift, the tales and tan. ,

formerly resided in Key We t. II e from a scene in "Hamlet.: The two' | hammock, but otherwise allowed to I caught'ill: and tore the coop down, !' Misses Grace, Pearl and Edith Swift, and I --. -

burn till back fire that but while in the act of taking the last Ada Clark. In week The crowd
left Tuesday, but the rest of the part' societies appreciate Mr. Jefferson's i' aong met by a i Miss a or so they of tourists spread all over

from the Side Inn trail. the cat was caught and iispatched i 1 he :Mr Cla.tonIarx and this
remained over and went up by boat this i kindness very much. It will not onlybe was set Lake 1 one i will joined by country now has scarced every

morning D. A. Allen, an old friend a benefit to them but to all who ,' which ended the illumination. No dame : to Con's museum where the marketwas I daughter and Mr. and Mrs John C. croaker into their holes, and their voicesare

and acquaintance of Mr. Locke's tool the pleasure of hearing him. age of any consequence reported. overstocked, but this being an I Spry, all prominent people of Chicago. no more heard in the land.







I' J D Horn & Co, Jacksonville.The JACKSONVILLE; -

I A Breed Highly Recommended to Amateur DIRECTORY.) Raymond D Knight Co '
!i IN GREAT DEMAND BY SPORTSMEN I II Poultry Raiwrs. Jacksonville. .

OF OTHER STATES. I White Cochin bantams are growingmere ... -- CORDIALLY INVITED TO CALL AT THE popes
I ---- -- --- YOU ARE
popular year by year demonstrated HOTELS: FURNISHING HOUSE OFl'IAX g
by the large show of16 of the variety Leading Business Firms and Individuals .

1 Introduction of the Mongolian Pheasant at the late Ntw Yjrk show. This is hose Card, ppearin This Paper. Seminole Hotel, West Palm Beach -
I In California and Virginia-Ohio lit* 11 in the handsI -
a breed which will do w West Palm Beach.
t -- The Palms
a State J'beuaotry-Ore&OD Carefully I of any painstaking; perAiu and one who The Earman House, West Palm Beach
, Guard. Her Gamest Bird. bas a Inffid'Dry! cf thatie The percentage GENERAL MERCHANDISE: MVERSOf
I : of fertility inggs and the number Park Cottage, West Palm Beach AT
A remarkable demand is being wade U D Hendrickson. Lake Worth. .
1 of chicks reared equal in ratio any of -
' .
for Mongolian pheasants. The fame of ..... a Pebtez
the bantam family. To breed good birds -
i of birds has allover LIFE INSURANCE:
Oregon's gamest spread breed from small, typical hared hens RETAIL GROCERS: The White Parlor Clothier.
the United States, and knovviuc
; a with yellow legs and beaks, mated to a The Equitable Life Insurance Co, bine
good thing when they gee it the eastern good, typical shaped male. Get shapein J D Mathis, West Palm BeachL Jacksonville. U *

i ; secure sportsim a number are particularly of the choice anxious birds fur to the sire by all means tor he will put I W Burkhardt, West Palm Beach -.+-- Meis' all Wool Black) $6 75 & I! A Fine Line of all Wool! SZ'M olio&bel

his stamp and individuality on lii- ... }
't breeding. FIRE INSURANCE & REAL ESTATE: Cashmere Pants U
progeny Beware of breeding from birds nod Colored Suits 3- of'
I 'I' It is not likely that any great: uuuibtr whose white plumage is tinted with WHOLESALE GROCERS:: : Brelsford Bras Palm Beach. visa

of the Mongolian pheasants will le s>ut,. yellow as once in a tlnck by breedingit Pope & :'IlcLau Jacksonville. Wallace R Moses, West Palm Beach.J .
out of Oregon. The shipment ct th-
s birds beyond the boundaries of the et.. is very hard to cr.ldic-te. [ Thos Nooney & Sons Jacksonville. II Livingston, West Palm BeachUNDERTAKING Soft and Stiff {-fats
As to feed. they are fond of any of the
1 ; id prohibited by law, except: under p rmit. grains; and should have plenty of gret ..+--- '* $
There have been large unmbtr,
; stuff. They relish and thrive on any SPICES, TEAS AND COFFEES: : From 50 Cents Upwards. ,
thus shipped, and there has also beta a
I! food but yellow corn is bad-very b.:ti.
t number of the birds succeaaf E I Gordon Jacksonville.
goodly In rearing chicks oatmeal soal d in J D & R D Grether, Jacksonville.
Iy smuggled out milk i> good after having fed them --..+-- Geo II Maltby, West Palm Beach. I0r-107: W. BAY TREET.Chas. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 1o-tip
1 The state uf Ohio now maintains a -- ... -
cruiib and fine hard boiled eggs rolledin
pheosantry at Van Wert and is furai b- MEATS: .

fug and birds to private !i...-. crumbs. BANKING: '"
eggs juri I This breed will be Loth a pleasure Geo S Adams, West Palm Beach.
The pht'a'antsH re imrodncu! mti. Dade County State Bank
t and a profit 11 any pain'-takiuz amateur Will Whidckn "
, Ohio from Oregon, but there is Palm Beach.
no rte- West:
, who takes tlumnp. Their beauty attracts oi
I ord of being issued for the ... N. Welshans
any permits admiring;: comments even fro.' -- National Bank oi the S'at of Florida ,
transportation of such; birds to th.,:
people who cannot ordinarily KO a: y FISH AND OYSTERS: Jacksonville!
and it is the first i '
Rate, supposed < r
beauty in "thickens.1 as they call: First National Bank of Florida "
Was smuggled throu I1. them. East Coast Fish Co, West Palm Beach. STATE AGENT I"OR- --'r\\:
-Poultry Monthly.POULTRY
The fish euUiaiisj-ioutrs of California I Reynolds & Hull, West Palm BeachS ... -- -c;

4 are attempting; to introduce! the )IIw'fI'liau FEED BOX.It B Miller & Co, New YorK SEEDS: -J
pheasaut into that state, anti .--.< it --
weeks ago placed an order iu the h:."! Kingsland & Comstock Xew YorkS Wm A Rom- & Co. Jdck- -..vile.L Longman Martinez Pain -'j:'?'
Eeept the Fowl from Trampling rou L Storer, & Co, New York ':;;
of a man living in Enueut fur 4Urs.. Their Rations. C..merun.J..nn"ile. Y
Mr. McCiuire will take good tare t.1 --- ... Burton K Barrs. Jacksonville. -
r Despite all that has e\ir been said to "
; no such number of birds is sent to California Lime Brick Shingles :
the contrary, the idea still prevail- iu ICE DEALERS: - -.. -- t.
or any uthtr state, as it would It sections that >
some poultry can pet: along I
in l:1I I G G Springer, West Paim Beach.DRUGGISTS PINE.\PPLE PLANTS: -
clear violation of law to du so. and eve n thrive if tin ir fool is presented Cement and Coal Tar.

t order to t-ti-nre a permit shipment cf to them in the simplest manner. ..- G Matlhams: West Palm Beach.. .
pheasants net of the state the person II.
This is a mistake. Where ft food isgiven ----.e. -
doing so must wake au affidavit that he it is gent rally trampled upon Ly : .

ie the owner and in po:.M't.-iuu of the all the birds Ll ore it is tally eaten and II, E H Dimick, West Palm Beach. NURSERY STOCK: Agent for Sickler's Peerless Cement Plaatt

phea auU he wants to fchip He must J I IfcsnK 'is CC4 z(2ue'utz ttreFarecaz'("t 2'ltd ',.>>.v.7.7 ) [' .. .. .. jo'1Q 8 kC?, Wat Esstar Saxfr. laQn"f' tin1 f tt '""',
t/1' 13 ;outfc Sogan ate Sac a.
Elsa ;,tct'3r illat tS are JaBy do* I > .
<,dCCO C a tttaceDC: l".,a.tecaut e <.>4.,, ., -...- 55as1ing.;,fs,\,'(:, 'i'l'l"'t.ss\2Ctat.u. "Ie'

zns7iratedwsllkeptlortro rteatloi JlDn ,'i I exhibition purpo s. :I be nogood to till m. In order to avoid FRUIT AND PRODUCE ON COMMISSION ,: ..
- i The yrJiD bare into the I
persons gone
bD..iDP of shipping pboa;ants fur the j I < ...
J B :Massa & Ero, JacksonviSle. Wnt A flours & Co, Jacksonville. "
no&Dey there is in it bate in some inStances F. .
Dr. C.
Albert Baker & Hotae \ :
& ,
an ear councicjuv and hare an 1 1t J Bucky Co '--o.

qualms in making the af&Lii after t Thos Xooney & Son, Little Bro.... "''..Io

l catching the birds and keeping tliui in Jaoksonvtlle Fertilizer Co, Jacksonville ;
I i --.+-- .........DENTAL PARLORS........... .-:;
, confinement for two or three da)'' Iu ..f.- ;>>1t
order to circumvent this da s of IH-U.I.-; : DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING: ESTABLISHED 1884. -- --: ;a

. Protector McGuire has revised the .ltl. STEAMBOATS.HEAVY MACHINERY For the text thirty darn prices will be as fo'low-: Gold FiJHozs. J1!: "Iutic f1)'IBAJu,* It
davit to be made so that it will!! iva i Kohn, Furchgott & Co, Jacksonville.Cohen AND CASTINGS: to SI!; Alloy Filling $1 I to f 1.50; i'latei. *5 t-i $<; Full Sets very brst. $1 to $10. Er.rKtaiby S --- a:
CONVENIENT TEH BOS. Bros Jacksonville.Dave a paial'e-s metliwl where plates' aremat-cUss operators and Polite Atte d4 ;.
"that said Mongolian pht'a; -::JJI.- vu-n .'
i ) ,, bred and raked in ('untint'lI.t'ur." and! this would suggest that a feed Los be Singer, Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co, lo-' S-97 Cor. Bay and Laura Sts., over Mrs. Keene'b JACKSONVILLE, FU :

the name of the breeder will also Lav made, bat Ill;;! a door of slats made. of M 'J ... West Palm Eeach Jacksonville. .
to be given. laths, ua ill'wn herewith; also ou tl.' Flonda Machine Works, Jacksonville. -amt
I the dour I -- ... -
The introduction of the Aleusioluu side opposite from should -
in is tut-u have flats, as seen from the inside of :\IEX'FURXISHERS:
pheasant Virginia being
t.pr the box Place the food in this hut GAS AND OIL MOTORS AND MACHINERY -
with great enthusiasm by the apt rtsmenr J A Craig & Jacksonville. : RE MRS El.I. GORDON .
of that Mate, who Lop for its Iucceo" the door and the fowls can reach tli" : I.t.

Portland Oregouian.Phvanant I food from each tide readily between the :Mat Myerson, Haines Brothers, Jacksonville.

J slats, but cannot soil it. Furthermore, -..- -- ... -- t.J.
a dish of water can Le set within it, and ,
Brredvg: In 11a.sachntt.. IRRIGATING PLANTS & SUPPLIES: t
the fowls ran reach through and drink. TAILORING:
A great deal of success has atu-mlt t
but they cannot pollute it as they otherwise John G Christopher, Jacksonville.
the work the C
of Hon. E. A. Enu-ke.r Livy-The Popular Price Tailor- Undertakerand
chairman of the commis.-iouera inland I would. By this device stray cuts .... t
and have chance of petting: at Jacksonville '.
p I dogs uo ,
fisheries and in the bn' hj
game t< >a The New York DENTISTS: W
I the food, should it happen to be of a Tailoring Co, t
of Mongolian pheasant in the 3ia, achu- :
t setts state aviary at WincL ester. and I i nature palatatle! to tin in, aid stealing ... -- Dr J A Pugh, West Palm Beach. Embalmer. -.''it 4t
it from the fowls. The securetnndity I "
there away L T Daniel Cocoa.
teems evtryproslieu that they HARDWARE: 1
of the roof is to keep the fowl "
will in time become one iif our WIJ.tulnable C F Houston Jacksonville.
from roosting on it.-Frederick O. ::,ib M E Gruber, West Palm Beach.J .
1 game bird>. although the a'- M D L Dod on, Titus\i1Je. Full Line of Metallic Caskets.
ley in New York Tribune. Weybrecht. II
i ary was started only in a small way mIb95 i ---... -- rt.sue

the birds have increased wino ... -
Let el Roo.t.s.In
wonderful rapidity, and Mr Ur.u-kett PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS: Telegraphic Orders Filled by First Ttti
three-quarters of the poultry houses LUMBER:
has now about 200 uf them, Lsid)li s a Dr R B Potter West Palm Beach.
I ; large number that have eMaix.il or haw of the country, the perches are arran:Jt d T V Cashen, Jacksonville. "HC Hood .. .. 'I
been sent to anxious like a flight: of stairs, rising from the 10-28-97 19 West Adams St.,
IKT.-LUS to try then! Builders JACKSONVILLE FLA.
Supply Co St "
hands at raising them. front to the rl'ar.'hy this arrangement Augustine. E W Pugh "

I With the work of breeding pheasiui i was first used would be pretty haul to _h __ ... -- ... -- .
till unless it was because it was l audier
well under there is almost dim
it to the uuu.Ltr of thi m that can Le | to lay two r" artlinps: against a wall and FURNITURE: I :

j f produced, as they are \try j.r: ,li'i. .\ lay the perLLeainuutcbeacutintothtm Geo H Maltby. West Palm Becb. \ Metoalf.: We' Palm Beach. East Coast Fish Company;;
: r, hen When perches} are arranged in thi.sstairstep I A E Hevser.: J. no.
j pheasant lays CO to Ml egus: in i The Oiadwick-SwainfCo: Jacksonville.
fashion the hens
invariably Robbins &
r : the course of the MU.-OIJ, and under favorable Graham Miami.
4 1.1 I conditions will raise a largepercentage qnarr 1 for the top j-erch, as it is their -- ... -- j Pope & Campbell Jacksonville. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

of the chicks nature to roost as high as they can get.This .
j out ...
from theuj. quarreling leads to bruise and PIANOS AND ORGANS: i I' .\\:. -
i A good many people are t f the opinion other injurie- and should Le prev euted' Ludden & Bates' So Music House, I CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS:: .' -"-- .
by having the perches all at the tame / ::::- DEALERS
that tlit Mongolian! pheasant on level Jacksonville Franklin Shl'en."eot Palm Beach '\! / ,..:;./ : :. -,, {
I account of its brilliant piarnuge, fumes ---.+-- '- 't.; IX....
from I The distance from the floor should depend .5.-- "I\\ "
a hot country aid luuuut stand I -
pill I the in some measure on the kind of JEWELERS: NOTARIES PUBLIC: \",, -- FRESH
rigor of our winter: l-ut as a matterof I 6'v" -
fact the heat of the tnamiir is much hens fctpt. If they are of the heavy Idner & Son, West Palm-Beach. Guy I Metcalf West Palm Beach.
I breeds IS: in'-hes is high enouuh. and 30 .. f ,
harder for the bird II
I than the cold of ... VV Moses, "
I II winter, as they come from fciUria and I inches is high enough: for tlin lights;; -- J II Livington 5' II V !
breeds If a tight plarfi.rin cf boards BUILDING SUPPLIES
northern .Mongolia, where the climate is : !
t under the it will catch --- -
placed perches
r much colder '
than here. Thi< pheasantis I
the and the floor Southern Fuel and Supply Co j BARBERS
i droppings save
in slice! : '
one of the hardiest of game We
birds and will stand almost any amount 'I clean fur itratthiiig room in bad wrath Jacksonville.Chas : Wilson Weatherfont. West Palm Beach. s Goods

of cold and bad wt'ather.-Boton Transcript er. The platform should be ju t far Welshans, Jacksonville.! receive.. -S "
enough below the penh<'s to all,', a Builders Supply Co, St Augustine.Geo i '' "' fresh /- )-''. / ..- delivered-

I common hue to be introduced to Krape S icier & Son, Charleston, S C. i Try THE SUN far Job Work. Oysters < ;: 1/ 1 free
t Selecting! Bird to Show. the droppings out. ifprmkle:: the platform -

As the business poultry keeper is I with dust or coal ashes every day, every :; :; ::_ !anywhere

doubtless turning his attention toward I and the! pmltry house will never become "Small and sure profits often day. ''V/ :_ in town.

the coming poultry sh"ws a few words I foul \\ ith bad odors if it is cleanedout i -- repeated,

.,r about tdutiiig birds fur exhibition may two or three times a we'ek-FliTida t e are the foundation of modern ."

be in order. First, pick out fowls that Farmer and Fruit Grower.A .
' matured their feathers during cool Fish Houses at Railroad Wharf Opposite the
+ weather as they have more luster t" Ilou-r For Fifty Heng.A J
i hon-e accommodate 50 hens of A T il Ice Factory.
1 plumage than: thoso that matured earht to r ln.14.97
I Second, e.dt.-c the best of your thick L.I any treed may be built as foil ,:' : _
put them by themselves. Put cut straw Length. :30 feet; width, 10 feet, din ". .t I --- ------------ -- --:;::

: on the floor and scatter: their grain 111 into three coops 12 by 10 each : hi i-ht = ;
I this and uiakc them scratch for. it. Of of front 8 feet: ; height rear, fi 1. i That can'fitou and give you firt
J the heavy breeds, pick out those that Thi would necessitate a patent roof ',f f work at popular prices should secure f
are uniform in weight and pick out Inl'- some kind a< the slope is nut -u"u-n'nt vourVpatronage.Ve SUBSCRIBE
third more fowls than you intend to exhibit for shingles, The building MI M\\! tare I 1 \\"ooi Suit to :order for $12.00. an All FOE THE sun

,I I so you can allow for the detect the south and bo in a sheltered location J13.50,
that will almost curtly come to light with a hill or clump cf trees at bars: I'r 115ooanl [ 16.00. Better ones for JiSoo,

i t Have your show coops handy and put protection from north wind. D or f Ej4 : -w-?:$zz-SO, i23.50 and f 25.00.

I I I the birds in them occasionally. as to entrance en east: side. Each coop to contain -- -

I get them used to the coops and handling cue window not larger than 5 by 2 PANTS to order, $2.;, $3.oo, $3.5o, |4.oo, fc.oo and J6,oo.
-Poultry Monthly. feet 10 inches; snnalkr if desired. TI! efrawu '-

( : .httu\01W X>t d 1 b5 ouch: r+on application.)1.UL ORDER DEl'tRnIEXr-Sa'J.\[ and tiett-yea..,\tlUIhn'k sent Do you want STEAMBOAT?

j Yau\trs Vavutt. sscautliug set for lathiQ';!.. Qn these wait

1 Low roosts are wiat you want. plain hera\ock toaid on this \m\dv.r: '

paper, and on xiiis co\elt\ siding lot au Popular Price
Young docks will beat broilers.If Tailor -We
outside weather finish. In-ide latued L I Y.The have them to sell, and if we have none

you have poor, szuidyLmnd1 put poultry and plastered thn mahout; including; on hand to suit, we can build....

t ou it. roof. This muses a= warm and comtort- I Main St. Jacksonville Fla. JUST

i The poultry business is very for: from able a house as can be built of w
overdone.There is demand tor I The Moral of Low l'ricelloI' j I "..jj" We do Dveing. Cleaning and Repairing. We are also prepared to furnish
1 an increasing 10-28-97
, i bred fowls. Thirtteu cents a pound is a small I
pure I' rice to receive for chickens, th'- i -- -_ -_ Pumping
rf 1 yet Outfits
Ilaua good strong male bird and for
prii-*? is kept down ly the bulk of stnc; -K If you are thinking of irrigating Irrigation.
one not akin to the Lens. I your truck farm
brought to market being o inferior m IRRIGATION pineapple field or orange grore. send me size of
A double walled house, the ]a'" you wish to cover and fall area Write or call
} I quality Small, pocr, scraggy iin'-; information of what on as for Anything I in need.
filled with chaff or straw, make,. .1 half dressed tell want and I will he ;;glad to unll..h all you ; our Line'that \ "u
a starno oa> ea.i desired and give estiirate of information
co> t
warm egg producing, place in winter. jnesticn. Tbt-! dollars run out and not Merrill-Stevens

Many fanners who have kept chitkt-u- into the pocket of the owner ofuch J. G. CHRISTOPHER Engineering Co,

all their lives need to study the bnin> s< stock, while all better good. are injured ,

almost from the beginning to make a I by the quantity of the poorer throw;, Machinery and Mill Supplies. Jacksonville

J success, for they have: paid no att utiou I on the market. Why not grow _'Hr Irrigating Machinery a Specialty. Florida.

; i to it.-Western Plowman. chickens or none at all?-Maine Farmer. Proprio .


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--- Whidden's MarketIs
Collection Doe by the Grand Let!,*.
Treitleboard Di-sigiin. Now Open Under : William A. Hours>> & Co.
A lodge of 80 members in Missouri suspended New Management. I Prepared to Supplyyou
I, 37 members and remitted the does I!
_- I of 12 more previous to the last annual Beautiful Frontage on Lake Worth with' *m
meeting of grand lodge. Grand lodge Opposite Hotel Royal Poinciana. Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers
UNITED WORKMEN. I adopted the following amendment: "If Good Meats at Living Prices
any lodge Khali collect from a suspended
A faithful Laborer la the member the dues for of I' Large Airy Well-Furnished Rooms
IVnDiIranIa nonpayment 6 East Bay St Jacksonville Florida.
JarltdlrttoBllrmh eh.sla ,." I'' which he has been suspended, such lodge I' rs2t1JZZ : ;)cr It,

I'cnnsItaula jurisdiction ia specially Shall pay to the grand lodge |1 for each ,I Rates: {2 Per Day and Upwards; -- '
Intcrest Ing to the unit r lu being the birth- : year's dues so collected if not previously ! ...... I IIi accounted for Special Rates by the Week or Month. i 19uZ
!>! of tho A. O. T.V It Is also noted to the grand lodge. This try
lulling Lad the fame grand recorder fOfI I clause would give many other grand i WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. 11-28 Hay, Corn flats Flour, Bran, fct!/ Grits, Mea!, gird 1egs.
lodges their honest dues :
t3 ronMTUtlve year Joseph )(. X'cXair and spoil the i
of Alht:hanyCity. oho was re->kt'tl'ffof I tricks of some lodges. The lodge paid :
I -- Cotton Seed Meal Goth\\ Bright and Dark
the twi-nty-Hmnd time as grand nv >nler dues on only 31 members.-Trestle Board. I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 Native Meats a specialty.Your .

of the grand MHO at ita liu-t hew-ion is ". Fort Worth lodge has offered to the I Clematis Avenue -\T WHOLFSALEsute _
the faithful and efficient offio who has grand lodge of Texas a plot of 200 acres of AS; ,nts For Tygert'Allen Fertilizer Co. Patronage Solicited
land and 5,000 in building materials and |
cash if the Masonic home be located at'' Star T.ran'l Kertili.rrmratit An.ihsi, granger: Tree and Vegetuhle Fertilizer. Pure Market mi Hauyan Street,
Fort VTorth. Waco Commercial club offered i Supply Store-:; rourd Ikuie. Nitrate S..1". .,Im; .t of Pnt.,'h. "lllijli.llr' ('.,ra-h. Kainit. Kte.Tliee .
Fertilizerhave no upori'ir in the Market and l a trial will conVInce.
200 acres of land and $10,000 $15,000In I Send Catalogue, r'roe.mi .--- -.- toJ ; 9; 11-12 WEST PALM I BEACH.
cash. ::-West Palm Beach, Florida,
Tho San Frandco13..>;onlo board of I
relief disbursed for the relief of membersof I J. D. MA THIS, Proprietor.Successor The Dade County State Bank

I (6,543.65 various, and foreign was jurisdictions reimbursed in the the sum um of : ( t. Branning's Bakery aad Grocery c.) "i1111111111111111111i" " " f IiliIIt111111111111i1111i111iII11111111" '" " " ," " G
II of My Motto--Quick Sale and Small Profits. I balm Beach, Flonoa.
I II 11,710.16, leaving a balance unpaid ;
I Sept. 9 of ttt>33.-i0. -
Bakery Goods and -
I Tho grand lodge of Illinois decided thatIt i i --- --- Authorized Capital $100,000.Paid .
i was unwise to adopt any form system Family Groceries I -

Y s'' I,i of life membership.The report of Grand. Secretary Watsonof I .....My Specialty. % iff' pot / Up--Capital $15,000. I

Texas shows : Past masters on rolls, Goods delivered free to IP M t M rK t jYom.
2,809: :Master Masons, 23.-183: ; fellow- I any part :
crafts, 1,014; entered apprentices, 3,!,'!; of the City or across the Lake I 3GEO E. N. DIMICK, President.U. .

affiliated in jurisdiction, S,,3S; deaths. AU Orders Given Prompt Attention. D. HENDRICKSON, Vice-President.
4S7; expulsions, b3. I Goods First-Class and Fresh. Highest i -
P -- CEO. L. BRAVNING, Cashier ,
I Ii Nest October the grand lodge of :Missouri prices paid for country produce.Buy .

i will take action on the following of me and I will have you money. 6-i-q S irlS ; I
proHed addition to the constitution relating -I Propr r, Branch Office at West Palm Beach
\ to physical disqualifications: "Pro
vided that nothing herein contained shall r -- Office Hours From 10 a. m. to x p. m.

be so construed as to render any one ineligible West E. 11. DIMICK, :-:: : : DEALER IX : : General Banking Business Transactedollertioniipromptly
to the privileges of Masonry who Proprietor
106EJ"D )J. il'SAIE. < remitted on day of
can by the aid et artificial
appliances conform I
10 long errrd Mi jurllidi<'tlon. That Lu to the necessary ceremonies." Palm Florida and Western Meats, receipt Draft bought and sold on the principal
It honest, able and jaiijst.iking ia uwplyproud clti..r the United States. 4-29-97
The vote to tusjnd for of
by the regard lu which he is held dues or other cause must be nonpayment by ballot, decided :: Armour's Star Hams, Bacon ::
bj the C1nl f. the grand lodge of Illinois. Beach -
East J't. Louis lodge 1 of the lx.n
one and Bologna and
Tripe Pig'sFeet
The grand lodge of Arkansas refused to ,
lodge { Illinois.
Del (j
amend a bylaw w hereby dues are charged TThe Palms
Jlount Olive. Svurity and Putnam members EU.-pciidcd for nonpayment of Drug E Domestic Poultry, Veni ::
lodge of ft. Louts have confolidatid
nod dues during time of Gu:;nen&ion. -- -
will henceforth "be known as security, \o4t California and Golden Gate command- and Wild Butter --
It UgiUk a lib 2io; nit-inter ertes will have to look after their laurels. Store. son Turkeys, Now Open For Winter Travel.

A lodge "(u instituted in Buffalo a Bt. Bernard, at roD Diego, are preparingto -
E and Eggs and a Full Line of ::3 All Modern Improvements, Electric
abort tliue ago with Itn barter nicmhers. contest for the grand trophy at the tri- -
That break the record fur lb'J7.A \ ennial conclave at Putsburg. -- Bells, Baths, Etc.

thd result of a unoke talk held LIT -DEALERS IX- Vegetables. $2.00 TO $3.00 PER DAY.
il jktlo lodge of Lynn, 2S applications ro ODD FELLOWS. -- --
twwhed at the following meeting, niuu -. --- -- -- Address.

mow were known to be in the hands of 87 a Helping Word to a Brother-Het- THE PALMS "
ineiuUT, who absent .. Drugs Toilet Articles ,
were unavoidably aar; of Lute and Truth. -
and even candidate were initiated. -- -- 1-16-96 West Palm Beach, Florida.represtutatiye.
When -
you can say a good word to a
brother, say it. It helps him in his work 5 Mail Orders from any Responsible 3 -
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. and encourages him to greater effort. A Fine Stationery and -- A
brother may be despondent because he Parties in the County will Receive ; r
Kicker Caw* f>l.. -o.lon. In the Lodge fears his labors are not appreciated, and in every city and
Plane 1'ipa. be may be ready to give up the contest Ilt n town in the Stateto
Sundries. E Attention. 3
Druggist Prompt .
Dow unpleasant it is to enter a Jod Nand when a word from you would dispel the represent our
land the members in a heated discus clouds of diacouragcn out and send a sun -- firm, tc solicit
ion u\cr tome trifling thing that amounts ray of hope into his soul Do not fail to Prescriptions Carefully Compounds] rr conf.ijrnnients. We will pay a goodeonuuission.
to nothing. How discouraging it is fur u speak a good word \\ben you can.-Fra- East Coast Business Solidtel. %i4 Write us for particu-
Dew member to\]sit the dud","u and find al ternity. -- -- Ihrs. Stencils sent on application.
mot the entire evening taken up by one The noble grand who preMdeth in silence WEST PALM IlKACH.; li-KMMi. -
or two lodge kickers. How con any Iod0-o "j ruleth with hour. but an oflii -r A Specialty is Made of Supplying Albert J. Bucky & Co.
eil come Intended when there kickers arettlcrated !! Tho jurisdiction 'I K.rsas, retard o CEO.S.HACKER&SONMANUFACTURER := Winter Cottagers, Yachts, Private The Brokers and
at tath and e\ery con\entiun. I give the 1'. \\. to iuuct'- II". i 'ul! not t..ll! > -
Then will "In u gradual falling off of tho i iJ tho law rel.iliny t.: >. j un L..kt! of oBu- I Cars and Parties. ;: Commission .lIer'clll11ifs,
and then the olhcers ask the ., \.
a.iu nuaneo, I receipts and i.t e. s-i., -- -- II"
CBUst. It U | le aut to think that suth In the ia-iuuii t: .. '., ', 1 K..;,'- i -- J-- 10-21-97
U not the cone in the greater numbir ullodge --
I degi.u is coi'.t. e. !'t't 1.1 ou.uilmcmh.rs
.... .
*.-lro\ideuce Journal. I l1.t. : .
11"1. ii.i i .1-1 r:: nun
The object of the order of the Knights I and they Ut.u.. :.,.. i .>.., '..1''':'- I o71 A. B. Campbell

of ttt Kbunuuau life and to U endca: to culti\ute\or to bring the social'Itbiaus siuu a Lvl.nv It \\(uill KM.'be jvlii UL!.;_;..i memUrs ur a I"..I to<<-pay to ,...., i I II : 1111lIlN111lbu111111111l1lIlJlhlll l '. '. .' llll1lllll' ." 1 1 IIII11111Illlll.,. I Mgr Ludden & Bates So. Music House, )

tul'ther.1thlaniew in advance. Jacksonville, Florida
teaches loyalty to the government There are i.\e h...._. -. m i.."' .u I I 1 -
and flag ul.derhleh we livu. PIANOSOEGANS
I all thriving and ) u. .m:
The adniisxiou Into a lodge of the nrU,r I Odd FiIlovvMiiji !- it I 1. at r of lov,'.
has 1 411 the turning i!omt in thu lists 1.1 I unending, pcr-1-.tent MriiL'rlua'4aiu>>t vi! LITTLE BROS.
men. '1 hey have been ,huts I
many jouug .
an instrument to aid the u.-( irution t>f t
that it U not all of life that v\e bee iu tie I ? OF
soul for IK it-r and nobler lifa.Ik'tter
mud ruth for (xiMitt&ioi] of worldly good.. it Ret! Makes, "ow..st Prices,
Thu uniform rank gained foothold in I lulu the u order quorum than of halls upright crowded men vuh W: o Doors fertilizer S pi05ptate company: Kasiest: Terms.

1'I'IIIII'Mt.'t In l&al.: Now there is II ('lI1a' I, these whose mutiM's are M'llinu. Sash Sheet Music. Music Books and Small
Instruments of All Kinds at Rock
In e\'l'r11wl-'Ortau town or city m
lobo Iwny.Wte. The noble grand and secretary may i->- Jacksonville, Florida. ....Bottom Prices.....
-- -- I sue a visiting Card between meetings II Blinds VV rile for ..r.... ('..t..I"lu" Q-17-S7

MACCABEES. lodge. MouldingsAND -

I II I from Francis Pennsylxaniii M. Itea ,grand is now representative tl.o senior >- 7DOIL are requiring Fertilizers forlietablcs JOHX X'. C. STOCKTON, President
For the New Trar.
Eawurac1u !To" pct Vice-PresIdent.
1 ruiu lartou. Tvuta. J I member! of that delegation. Building Material Pineapples, Etc, write to .
Before thu noble grand declares ballot, THOS. P. DENHAM, Cashier.
The net iiienahe iu lueiuberthip in tie I CHARLESTON, S. C. '
supreme tent for NoxetuLur, Is'JT, was If hu Las reason to ?u>pcct error or mistake -I I i/.v and 11'(' can .Jt'e you more value JAMES D. BAKER, Assistant Cashier.
I II.lilll
he can order a new ballot After LARGEST FACTORY SOUTH.
bu8 our the same niontutf I '
ua atiuiuxt' the noble grand declares the ballot it can .. for your money than- any other Manafacturcr .
l&UU 1 bin H ev idfUixthat thu BUAJK u- I ttf tluiiB v\er touch deem iit pro iortiou they ; only lie reconsidered when error or fraudis I or Dealer in this State or .
they were a juiraso. Taking tbeubovoM charged. II National Bank of
H basis fur liiimtiiig tho winter h" I KNIGHTS OF HONOR. [I'om. (tllr} other Sill Ie. Writefor PlllllIJltlcfsIJ .
cult, the outlook was never luoiueutourj I
agiLgea. -- /' f'fs, etc., to above ((Ores.. .111297i :

thCDuI'lU'\ ly elected on oIllJUantll'ri law.should >o.stlarluuientury I,' Only Thu step Twelve rate Lodge AMtvtouienti plan llrirft.under which This the Year.order f'i the State of Florida

All uncalled usMMUjeiils which 110' Is provides' that all meiubt'rsball "
been paid in udxaneu al the im-iabci a iuy working a slight!; increase in rate of a* Dr:' 'i' ':' ...-. tT'-' ;;.c."" :"...'. 'If.' -..-.)7"r't"; :.... .... .

dtdthwiilbe (aid to the Uiutllfiury, iu I gesstuents during this year, but the nun I b! --TRANSACTS A- ,
addition to the k'nehts. ber of ikssessiiients will remain one a I
Public ihatallatiouri are the order of thu month. T ho older the ago the poorer the I
day iu Now Jerafy. : risk and the higher tho premiums. I I i Lake forth Ice forte GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS

In IBM of i,frniuneut and total dUubih- | The oidur is on the increase in Tennessee I
ty tb" outer |''uyi>iie.tenth of the face tithe the reliability and cheapness tf the I. ...(dYC'rhe-
certiheMu i.iiUtull>, and there is a relief in>uiuuce beiiix; apparent to all who take

(ruw the |>u>went of 1 urihtr uraeabuuutsIlojal | the trouble to investigate. 4 Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper of I Accounts of Bankers,-'
binuu organization there have (x'en 13

.An uuw. I,, supreme dictators elected by the order. Merchants, Manufacturersand

It ban never been the policy of thu oiil The supreme reporter will not bl'lIllIi..ts f. Individuals solicited....
>reuie council to coUII',1 eLiiius for the! ,,i, to lodges giving rates of members for
of uuiuiltig |u.MiieU, the maneial lw required r'p ------
liter |'iuri>oM> ,, lS Ii. reporttr.will
; oluobjett beinj toiuetoout justice both ,' to make their own rates from the table !
r to the tioinmU and the order.A : as furnished in the constitution. p-! I f Capital a and Sir bas, $$19 ,OOO.

one waD eouimittee feels the whole \\ IIh Jau. 1 Charles Bitklo! began his i y _' ,.., AND
while with threer i i of Arminius I --
luuusureof reBwiii more he dnidoa between his ftliovkOouiunttetiueU No 7, of I-ouis\ille.
loJgo drafts to all the
;: Issue our own princi-
and takes only his bhare k'I
Ked Men. S r' pal cities in Great Britain, Holland,
"!':tertbiilg III our city looks blue us U11.
far us new 1.L11l1l1A.'ra tonceineJ. '1 hut j I i The Haymakers, a side degree for fun ... Belgium France, Switzerland, Italy, 4
""' 1111'"l old ihau .;o ol rata nutation kivj.- and good lellowhip, is rapidly increasing Distilled WaterJ Spain. Portugal and Germany.
e\l'll 011" guesatii;;," aaya II l'euusjlvaiuvert'tary ,i; throughout the country. I" :
Great Chief of Records Thomas K. Donnalley. JacksonvilleFlorida
iu eoun- not content with the multiplicity ,,
The iuijiortanee of tho mutor a So rg7
ell cannot ottrestiuiati-d.. lu fact, tie > t,: details) of his busy official caretr is ever A Chance to do Your
Water practically Lies ll.e eUixeas ul Hit altrt to follow the trail which. gives hoje R. A. McPl1EIn IRIN, Proprietor. .E.EGreat
council in his own hands. To p i i ,'11. of t. o capture of ilal t. t'- I
IcM to attend council uiietiiigsalwaj'.- 11.1" I; Tin lepcrtof the great chief of records I BargainAT
Grin and always tt ill be the great I rubkm i' of Nebraska: is very grntiC)iug, the wampum .
Iud the orator !, the one to bohe it b-'lt of the great council showing /
that it was filled and that the various I FACTORY A T -
lilllbt. of M lL ; tribes iu this re"'llltiUIIt're iu good i -

A Malta iiiltrriuiagu eoiniuittee, con->i I' condition financially and enjoying a $500 If Taken At Once.
lug of from each ton mai-d-, growth that is satisfactory to all. fire Job111
two member
ery In Mob-"aeLu ettB. has heen foiund t., hundred jialefaces wore captured since the I -- --West Palm Beach. < 80 ACRESof
anALKu frattrnal visits to the \artoucouinianderif -. [ first of tai great sun.J1uderu i land 50 miles south of Palm t

*. It is intended to hat,- .1 j i Woodmen.Dvceuber ., Jan- ," Beach within i!.( miles from :

1-arwlu and. sup{yr eoiiiuiaudery iu eotineetion in w ith.i.Muii: >,e iVuitAtioii > reports how the adoption of t__;;'J:-. .t.. '"} W J, 'e.. 'S ., ._"" _%.. \..,.. .$_"0 .r.io".: '. _. '. '. 1>-""-A:<.w.J I railroad and depot. 15 acres of .
New: llomtmhire Kvery MasBjuhuMJtts, Uhodel : over 7,0thaw' members. I! this land is fine high hammock, 'f :,

.Uiid and I'onnectieul will be viRiutltu i Eveiviamp clerk should resolve that I just the land for oranges. Most

1'aul coiumaudcry: No. 154, amiAdriflioninuiidtry i his camp shall not bo in the delinquent of the remainder is pine land

\o. his, at :'1. lUi.l i liet for 1:>\lS.I I Plants I I good for pineapples. For infor
have their bylaws I Strawberry
will uniie in gi VIII>: thehitodejrtv on M31I"I.'IlJUps i work : mation, call on ,
au tail) date veer $:,uU \\.111.' .-' e\j'HiKd! I and are holding weekly meetingsThe .

fur Gobtuuit-B cenerv and eileetallolj hustler button offer is again 'n A1: Y tnt ii, !h _, :'. 1 l : '.Uo.'KHNB: ItEAC11Slat J. H. LIVINGSTON,
Cro. oll'IIII.IlIt.jlhl|, force. I Massey Block,
cwamuudery : II" : .J.I ,t out
about 4.30 L."l! \ r.--: i. just
U luiliil. r-1""1 I Th mortuary rate for 1&U7
resulted to double his I PI.T:. 5 .tKi t A\j; likli.tdll. 10-1-97 1I-4-4T WEST PALM BgACH; PLi.THE .
taring l&M, the jubilue >er of iialt.1. IU 1,000. h






l l THE SUNDAY SCHOOL.LESSON -- .: "+:6,... ',.- ..= ." ."+,; .. -f"fJx /b-t
FLORIDA RECUPERATION.That + .:. .. "" :,>-' d" '

ij lfIt OCrDpitaI: Ut.! frost and freezesarebackset ; >

no one will deny, that Florida has n.
had! a share cf theta the last few Goods.1YT.TT.YY..T..T..T.
years is is also undeniable, and Text of the LeMon. Math. ii, Spring
20.36-Juem.l. r.
that fruit and f .a
vegetable growers 88-30-Golden
MEMBER OF cry Vent . .
-1 ; Florida have suffered thereby, goes without li. gg-CominenUri by the BeY. D. M. .
Press Association
saying. Nevertheless, we affirm that Stearns.

I -, National AFFILIATED Editorial w Association.mi lereN i tit) State in the Union that [Copyright. 1SS7. by D. M. Stearns.] v 4 Kohn FUfchgott & Co.

can and does recuperate from these 20 Then began He to upbraid the ,

hacksets Uti does Florida. cities wherein most of His mighty works . . . . .TTT".T .
. .TTT. y..T.
I SUBSCRIP1IOV: The frost of the early part of Jan- were done because they repented and Clothing House in the State j
f Goads Carpet1i1linerv out
: He chose the twelve He had been and Dry
Oo Tear In a"ane. ........................J2.00SU :: nary, was damaging the The Leading Largest quantities or New Spring Goods including Foreign and DosnmjB**
i Months. advance.... '. ....... ...flOIl< pineapplegrowers about all the cities and villages teaching. stock, and are daily receiving large Wash Goods, White India Linens Checked ,
) ,i' Three \fontha.In urt aDt't'1 in a serious manner so also! preaching and healing and after He bad :* Dress Goods Silks Organdies Embroideries Fancy Siraw fhts, Etc.. which are alTered now at one Popalar hto<

to our vegetable grow-rs, but not so chosen and instructed them He continuedto ; Hosiery! Motions Laces or gOl15 are imported direct by us, such as Silks, Dress Goods Lineal 8t ,
teach and in their cities Prices. A large quantity '
i preach (chap
t serious as at first was thought.Encouraginjr Samples cheerfully sent on application. "
erILlaaRD nEaT THrUsDAT AT W fcl 4T 1'ALJI ters U: 35; xi, 1). He never seemed to kH iery and Organdies. Trade offer a large and complete line of Spring Goods at as ,low .,. b
J .BACH.DADE COI'STY. FLORIDA. reports come to utram To our offered. We
rest except when He had to because night: ral Terms and the u!>ual Cash Discounts idicPROFESSIONAL

the pineapple, :growers thatlany had come, but; even then He sometimes' : patronage of in the the merchants United throughout the State, assuring them that we :shall give them very Iowa pa

: CST8SKD AT THE POST OPFIC IX WEST PALM of them will have con.-iderable: spent the night in prayer Being anoint < sible
t with the Holy Spirit; and with lie + prices. _. ._. .
BBACH AS SECO\D CLASS :MATTER. fruit !'his while power t1 . i-w --
it ii iibut is
year, at worst
went about doing good and ail
ir r healing iiT line of Clothinl GenUEtc. .
( ---- -- -- a backset of o e year's crop a that were oppressed of the devil, for God acre .ihoiein" <, large tfUl elegant 0

Pioneer PaprofD.tileCo.int>. nod the OldestPulillcntlon thing that happens often in our was with Him (Acts x, 38) God is nut : ntShbWDU'Jet...;, JIftttt'i TYifl.flOlf Shades, Lace Curtains, rru
on the Ea-t Coast of willing that any should perish. but; that

: Florida Ivtween Tit H\ille!' Northern und Wt'Ioott.'rn11Itt't: ;. Tnegetable e all should come to repentance (II Pet ill ;, it Low Prices.

and )Key WI'.t. growers are, many of!f 9). Even: the awful judgments of the .'.T.. .,_ ... .T. . . . . . . ,,,.
P j period of the great tribulation will be
tht'lIl.: aLl ut ready to a
ship tomaoert
pound out in order that men may repente | o -
lit>-t \..lvl'rthdujI..Uu 1/1 no th- .at Coast and lieans. grown Mine according to Rev U: :'I tI. 21. ivi, 9, 11 : Rohn Furchgott! & Co.
of Florid 21-24 It shall be tolerable for ,
I I frost. To them it has simply mt'IJllt I Imi more 8
Tyre and iridon, for Sodom and Gomorran
immediate replanting and an adlitioiial t than for the cities in which lIe had doneHis

1 Now THAT STRANGERS are in our few weeks wait. So that a!* mighty works. The people of Nineiuh ti Jacksonville, Fim ,

midst many of whom are asking for we look over the firm of loss and discouragement I (and the who queen beard of a greater Sheba shall than condemnthose Jonah or 101117 f

information about thi.: section, we we find that owing; to Solomon. yet repented not (chapter xn t. oJ I ?

fl, 42)) But when ill this bee He @J ... ,.., lj
the answers f ,1'
word! of advice wonderfully .
a to :give, and) recuperative( powers at the day of judgment, and He ".: ::..., v: > +:*-:*-+r*&<*&**3P&& -',.. c..1" ---+,-.o.4.X: 1' :.
of '
that is to tell the truth, and not only the State in its climate and soil, knows, for He is the apjiuinail{ Judge 0: -

t the truth. tint all of it, for it can. the drawbacks ate at worst but temporary God commandeth all men e\erywhere to .
j --
not hurt t Insertion. to have its few and! ol a minimum quantity repent because He hath appointed a day mthewhichHewilludgetheworldinright -----
imJl'rft'l.tillnl4.lIg"t'll as its many as compared, with other sections eousness by the man whom He hath or : I :I -

perfections, known Give Wh.lt'to ought: to do is to carry outthat ained, whereof He bath given assurance r-
every -
unto all men in that He hath rai.-4-d flinty !
stranger: that asks for information old time motto of "Try, tr from the dead" (Acts xui, 30. 31)) Not 1. lth'I'1.1i.F; ; O0 OP DISSOIXT)

,' the truth, the whole truth iiirnin: and success, will surely' f.)j. only will every one of us give account of -
low." iini clf God tTTQKVEY H. LAW I Y0U Notice is hereby give
an I nothing but the truth and the > to but God will bring every tkttfefcsiLthony
-- -- ---- ----- -- work into judgment with every secret NOTARY PUBLIC. i t Millw ha odd Mt 1Wr_'

State of Dade will lie thegaine: by it. thing whether it be good or whether it (M> Will jlractir." In Ont.-'alead Feders! \I KNOW Anthony Brofc. who will ooateiAi*

t GET SETTLERS. evil Every idle word that men shall speak| Courts I t at the same lUnd.colletteJ AJ111illi4lt1IIC...
-- -- theYl shall give account thereof in the day LAND CASS: A arfcCIALTV. : by Anthony treat -
THE CAXAL ACCEPTED. Now is the uric for everybody who of judgment (Horn xiv 12, EccL. Iii iitjcem!' TKOPIC SUN monk.Vitt ''I f, """;

j has the best interests, of this, section 4. Math xii, 36) Vet we must not think Palm Its ieh. Unde County. HorMa That the ; -

The State has accepted the canal of a so called general judgment day w hen i .:
at heart to do all they can to induce JOTICE OF XPPUCITICSDISCHJUCi ,
work the length of the Indian Riverand all who have ever lived from Adam to there GEORGE M .OWBI>;S. WALTER S. GRAHAM I j I 4
good Mibotantial men (to come lit kingdom shall appear at one grand a..i1A :
from bake Worth llOlUilN, & GKAIIAU CO.. Equitable Life
1 to LSiscayneBay. to amongt-t us and help! us i in but rather let us get the mind of Goal l\ j' Notice U hereby pets, Uttt bfcxta

and :given the company 1,230.-;: the developement of this which is briefly this All who are saved ATTORNEYS AT HW 'I r this date I shall apply la tkc C.,>| .
1' 000 acndtof land country. by Jesus blood can see on Calvary tht lade County. Flood, for IM| tUa
ft. Will practl.ein all the court, state sod
payment r The following 1111' ice from the the judgment for their sins is past (lea KeUTHl.pecial facilities fur exauiining and i tbe administration of the Eitadtf .

the work. Jacksonville Metropolis is good and xliii. 25; John v. 24), but all saved ones uerfectinirlitnil' Wlt.1I.u _. I : of O f Now( York Parkin, late of Jade ouiy,dKWAKATK >
I From Jupiter to Lake Worth work must appear at the judgment of Christ I w e!' wave doses our.t "all.. H.'U"'IOIli"... : j B. Mi&.. .
right to the point: that their service such Any bunimHfrom the Lake \t ore h coon or ,
as be tried
u still going but is may northern part ..l Uailr County should Ite re
on so nearly finished Don't fail to do all you can to with the possibility of lObS or approval trrrrJeither toour9'itusvulror tiamluacr : Wrote Over$15o,000,000.o0 West Palm Beach tla. rekmf 4% -.
that the canal has alreadybeen boom (Rom. xiv. 10; II Cor v. 10; I Cor hi. 14 ..uti"ill revolve proper atteution.Titii I i -
I Ii
jour own town and
country 15)). "\ille.Brerard Viunt. and Miami. Dade a.
inspected for although not sec:ioD. Sow is the best season of 25 MAt; that time Jesus answered and County. Florida' 10-21-07 -, '

r' J Hvepted by, the State. the year for it. Everything good said, I thank thee 0 Father Lord of hear i 'j JOTICE OP CONTEST. '.,

-- --- en and earth, because thou haot FRANK W. POPE. D. C. CAMPBELL. -'
-- -- --- possible should be said and everything these I; U. s. LA.ND orrici AT done to attract things from the wise and prudent, end OUl'K & UAMPmiLI., New Insurance I .....It&--
THE MAINE DISASTER. immigration last revealed them unto babes. Thank L I : CnntwUml lIul"a ...... 1.,
and capital. People often listen to God for all the babes who t Acs by BrMow WilliaISani .. ttut fa"fcw ,
are willing to
yet uo development what During : .Dd..n'BIf i;,
people say of their own town Believe every word their Hea\'enlyl"D.thl'r ,i Su. : .". dare xrptes let>ilttkcC(
'haieboen made iu reference to the and read what their local tells them The wise and prudent; in their 111 Eat Itajr Street, I I ete4sW".. 4V\.klI]%<>.
dreadful disaster in the papers own estimation must continue to walk in s..>-17 J\"KSOX\1LLE, FLOKIDA. 1897. -, Set'II..na, ......u.Tr.' !lath, ftaEtL
blowing have to and ,.. .
up say build their opinionas the light of their I in .-. vltl a test
fire and
own the uE.a4
of the narhbip M.titie.whethercau to ----- -- __ ramvllnlHM. retry, ihse.ipgt.hrrrb _
,'tI people and country This is a sparks that; they have kindled (Isa. 1, 11), I sussaweeltoaeliCIth5IIit

try accident or purposely the loss o f method that many have uf finding a because they are too wise to accept God slight i II.c.. nooi>, h. before the Cmtmy J.>1Rq N 1sI 1.

lite desirable The world by its wisdom knows Has ,YolO The 24tk Day o/Jiuian tSt
( nearly three hundred is Tearful to to locate at. Do not PHYSICIAN AND "
SURGtOtt.OUi .
not God (I Cor i, 21) Hi .
o'due"Y. taI kva
be Sol rape l
more willing to the "
contemplate. Theincetigatiounow expose faults 26 "E\en so. Father for soft seemed Insurance simony coDcrrnint.; Mid ilWpd aWM
and in
Resilience Life
i eiug made by divers dev. than the good features A man who good in Thy sight' In the French this near Royal l'uilll' ana The case a ill U> heafil at tbh.f
may lope Hotel PALM BEACH. li-i-97 I**. J.Y.I
abuses bis town and people must be verso reads, "Yes, My Father this is so., .V. I). W UMUUllT, Keouw. air
certain. is.
more If it Force
ofOver ,
repudiated being and an enmity because that; Thou hast found it; good ,

shown beyond question: to have been i with the world al We must remember that the words "at 1-1: W. PUGH, M. l>., ..-.of
canned] by that time" of the last verse direct us to .. I
i j torpedo or submarine The snappish, fault-finding and the time when servants were doubting, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ,. NOTICE FOR PUBUCATSLAM
mt:.e. then it will
brboovetbegovern.: chronic growler Israel mocking and men despising
is in evi- They
Office in rear of iniick'n Drug ton-. : $)50,000,000.00) > Orrre AT QANi'tkete Y1Ulolanary
Went to throw Him a glutton and a wincbibbur ..
i off its supiueiieKSiud dence. They delight in slandering Residencewest1.1. of Olive!' Street 3 Doom :Ltd k
a friend of publicans and sinners South of I'leniatiH Aienue.W : nerrby gives that tatMseuwtlad
e remove the oft repealed charge their betters. but fortunately what Even John the Baptist in his lonely prison :i-Ii WET I'XLW BEACH. FLA. I And Has named settler has filed ter;

of indifference American honorand they say is not hardly worth notice- seemed to be listening to satan's doubtsdo to and nuke that final sail par proof>l In will ssr li.port mti If.Hilrruit .'''

humanitarian rights. War ing and it is not by those that know ( not condemn him till you have tried a Court at Juoo FU. Mia
w ? to'put yourself in his place), and under all II B. I'orTEII. M. D.. : 1"11'111:
do not covet I.utm..ril'an honor them. They are shunned at home these and much worse as the time of Il lawful J.L* Thomas Cunniff, of Palm fa ..'

I should be upheld even attheexpense and would be elsewhere if as well agony drew nigh He was content to 3.2:1-9:1 PALM BEACH KM SurplusOver lid. 21.H70.for the Iriaad So. I, It!
known as by home people. have it; so, if only the Father might be 42K.431;. _
of war aud its concomitants. Ere I lie name the following *ttMM*lIt
glorified in II im.
:; another iwueof this paper unofficial I Irt'pllrt Now! for booming. improving anddeveloping. 27. "All things are delivered unto Me of J .\. I'l'GII, I I of hilt swiil contluaoua land. TS h'dpIICPrue; taw.
Let all do their best My Father and knoweth t I 48000000. M. E. > > of W rtlB .
1 ti will no man the Son, l |*-D.er. La. ..
DO doubt lie .
made .
showing .
for their W. rata. "
respective sections, and the but the Father Neither knoweth DENTIST. I II .

the conclusions of the: court of good results will be apparent a year man the Father save the Son and he any to ('ruwo and ]trIJg. teak aSnHi'Hy.Local | i ,I __ __ =- I I. h. Hllihouse.. of Palm" BMdkMEXDiuikk. .

inquiry which, whomsoever the Son will reveal Him f' 2-3 J. LUCo,
has been appointed.. hence. \na..ht'ti "ed in Eura'.Uoo M. !
The Father lo\eth the Son and hath givenall of Teeth. I Strongest I .
It is to bp hoped that every. things into His hand (John iii. 3d) It OKKIC'E Teeth hxtnictedViihoul 1'ain. Comp'yIn ----
Uuurfruni I
PEOPLE H'ANT TO KNOW tiling possible will be i done to get set makes us think of the words of Abraham's and diive i'or St. Lleiuatm: Ave. II I WHEN in JacksonnllebetsR" '

tiers here not in the servant concerning the only son "I'nto: 71" WEST 1'Al.M BEACH. FLORIDA.i Ii i the World it d 0
I i About Florida city the.ti him bath he given all that he hath Gen -- your Old Friend, who
now than the ( -
wore --
would l consumers IIIl'r"Ihut, ou till xxiv, 30)). No one but the Father in heaven --- II I i ii I : you with Bargain in

e( probably have ever done More, and' the surrounding I'oulltr.wh"I'. ever fully understood the Son of God, 4. r. DAxini.. j i Ii .1nu One Contemplating I Dry 'o.ds, floth!>tt 1

I nearly everyouniy in the State ama I and no one but the MJU knows the Father I lentil 'UI
'tecall ukhllge.D _
become producers to theiown r or can make Him known If therefore OtNIIXT.
great many cities aud particula you I I Insuring Hisor / SINGER, Mtatfft
would know
bent-lit and that of the God. it must be by
localities have adopted user Christ, for His knowing I..vttI.11'1: \:10 RlVtU.yAi.LACi FLII .\. /_;! .,,) II Bridge Street Near Bay. _
l 1 means to chants in town. that hath words itill bold good. "He ___-_- __ ___ ..:._ ___ I In. I Her Life, Il-tloQ7 1.1 ! Me
give th" people the decired information seen bath seen the father -

about their New setll. rs in tlwl'lIuntryttll'I.ir (John xiv 9) "All things' include "all \ : :\I0SES. i I Should Write to the -
own section
.1 (ami and) produce crops and capitalists : power in heaven and on earth' Math: I
f in the IIOJM-S of inducing settlers tolMatejiiul xxviii, IS), power over all enemies so that Successor to A. '/. Robert, Undersigned.
put up canning feu torit-i, Ho need not have submitted to a sing I
capitalists to and REAL ESTATE AVD I
come sugar; mills starch mills and. thing unless lie chose to IH3URAVCE,
invent to the mutual profit and advantage Ifaeturiea 2s 'Come unto Me all Agent fr w..r Paint Bem-h Town Lot. also I ....
ye that latx.i ,, .
is what is ba llyneedetiandmust Wixt I'nlm le ,-\VnterWorka.. !
t i of all concerned and are heavy laden. and I will give you i SIT\H\- nt.n1 T.. I j ,
I be Lad to give: us mrmanentprosperity. tv..r Vnl&03 we lfnaiti.P na ",. ,._. Clemons.tVtiiSIC. near ( hre'lrust. COUPON. "
If there illtu.\ section of the State I :Vl'l-.i" Nest I ,">
I faint lk"
_. sought to do, the circumstanceunder i-h. Florida. > E'
t mat ueeiis immigrants and which He uttered these words PEUKZ F. HCFP. Mana-jer
('IlpilalI we w d. I' ,
I its more or IMII offer better inducement Tht'lalltlan.1 Innate is here andpineapples. miss much of their force lie was, Im (" UY I. )llTC.U.T .'. I The Equitable I it
I I ( guava>, tomatoes sugarcane I manly speaking. weary and heavy laden ,. of X. Y.. I II
to l>nth than this section bt'CalL-.c of the I I
; we l'a-:-a\.a.: sisal i li'-nip' ::.nd uuinother unbelief and ingratitude ol NOTARY PUBLIC I I Jacksonville! Florida I
have failed) to hear of it, and yet: no those Ile sought to help and He found His f l For the State of Florida I t.. i TheSun. }(
Prue* fruits and rest in the will of God at Large. '
I vegetables; and His i
anxb I
j effort has lawn, or is l eing, made: by of the w Oevd-i. :'olort IIS1;'-. Leaden and I" Jut ract. [ would like to receive an example I: .
sii!! ir and fiber [inuluciri') '.; plants can same manifested in IV Drafted. i if ':
,I our county or rown lose who! hat '"
any out to that \ Work
say ha saw in this verse i.uannt.rd Legallyirrect.: .
even our moot interested) residents a gnat i I -.;
i : the capital) to buy the land, and \ill proof of our Lord's divinity for w hen in- OIBt.in TKOPII". j, -UN Ill lk. I adapted to my age.I --
towards Mending Wit information in tried to comfort even a few Wt' I'alm lieach. Wads 1 1
clear and) heavy laden eumFlorida.
it :
plant and a !good profit I
; regard to thin Motion ones in his congregation. he [
in soon found
I I '' I shape or form. HUw:1. .\ awaits th: se who will do so while for himself getting burdened, so that any one I II. LI\'IX Sl'O\: was born on the...........day of "

the capitalist who will give us the whu could give rest to all the heavy tadenof t '

,t This information is wanted: anti facto. i i. there i i. earth must be none other than Gnu JUSTICE Of THE PEACE ................. ..,.
i ; wanted badly by people all s < enough material I to Himself Sixth Judicial ................. 1 M......... IName.
i over the District '
O'ule < .
I i kl't'l'lI: fjctorv of most allY of the 29. "Take My yoke upon you and learn unt\, Florida I
country whoarethinkiig of coming of Me, for 1 am meek and lowly Office in Mk.ner; HInck.7'lC .

I' to Florida as the following from the kinds mentions] above going al- and ye shall find rest unto your in souls heart ;J7 WEST !'.\L\1 BKUH, FL \. ........................................ i

I Ttillhas.-. will show r"'iIIl.alld. more can and will be Not in crying and striving, uot in endt-! --
: raised as neededAIVOUDIVGTOTHE: doing but; IB Him and in His love is rest M. D. L. DODSON. i' i \V1

I The de'iiaud for literature concerning I to not Him in running from Him, but in ruunii. Jlln.811. .................................... A Chance to do
Florida i,. steadily increas- In returning and rest is salvo I
tion, and 10.21.97FRANKLIN
Florediati in quietness and
ing. II. S. Elliott Chief Clerk in recent strength (Isa. xxx, 15) Whosoever will i" :I _

the office of the Commissioner of ruling of the I omptrolliT 's to may take the of I --
Agriculture water life freely and t... Miami Florida.UNDERTAKING ----- -- --- __
informs a representative the effect that wit nesses that appearliefore saved (Rev xxii 17), whosoever will may II lJI'EX. I h'

ol the Tallahassean that over six the grand) jury are to I Iv pail find take His meek and lowly fellowship and .2"1 I .l' BUT.LI-It.GEO. o. BL'LIIEEN .live: ,
perfect peace, but there U 'I
no uiherway
hundred by the :State for the time 1 _
enquiries have been re- actually! If one will insist
upon his : r ;
f own ,
ceived during the past week. served ut no \\ lII.-""'es. whether way his own will his ow n rights, be can I j. AND CIVIL ENGINEERS. I "> .

t iii I' Tin In-iiig the I'a-t it would be j the :State: .,rdefeuse.wiiI be paid bv.rnever' meek find and rest lowly There in heart is no who rest but to the II I j Land legally Ollice at %Ves- I'hlt'III'h i O ;

Mell fur those int.Tt'Mrd in this section I the State: for attendance at court. to humble themselves to walk are With willing Gud GEO. H. MALTBY. I in ni"ht't=.{ an.I"ltlullttlulI!. St'i 'l.tln:: grading IaDJN 1Iw at-. i I III

to take Mime j and be agreed with Him(}I is vi, 8; Aiuuo 1 ITnt) aO.1 correct work; IIml.'r a "1"'CII\It.v. (.ar..1
steps immediately "" hi, 3)) --- .T' by rasa l1u..r..I1I..I. \11 ('Ullo.IIIIWII'alllln" -

to let our attractions and induieinetits j :SHOW Tab: Tot: lUSTS the tomato SO For My yoke is easy and My bur Care and Embalming UIIO..':,. %VEST IInoi Hlu..hh.r"receive!'PLAR lrlOmpt...sttI. KDTi-

known so that some of the stud other den is light Do you not find it sol- of the Dead, 1'\Ulln\tn. ll'7.SIDII .'.,!
I vegetable patches and) the Then you want to know Him 20 Years' -
tide uf and
immigration that i is :
coming pineapple f.irtut.ind ask them if they find out how much He loves you. Is not Experience N 11LI; B.\HB"U:

to Florida may be headed; t hivu.v. J His will the wisest Is Dot His tht --.....- X110 1st
j see .110.rt'at. damage by the freeze
1 best, and in D- M:
What are to do perfect acquiescence ia there I' GBACBIDEJUT.
you going aboutit 'visible Funeral Manager.
and what not Supplies
now. they think of perfect rentWith confidence in Stock. FIRST
in Ills -CL.1SS
and! where and how are: you :goingto love and in His wisdom TONSORIAL WORKEjer .
a country that recuperates so quickly accept all as from ... New 011
do it? Him who gaffs Himself for you, and Wrn Telegraph Furllitu >thing( Seat
to say Yea, My Father.' "Furutture M..re.v..t 1'ql and Clean.
Reach I lurid." 4497 Ice Shop under Seminole Hotel j

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;- -- call on..... cn E. GRUBER HARDWARE
t A VvtorM Scrapbook r rafah.. s LMf How FrolU, Flower and \'ecetabIMaaBe : IX...
K.&abl. GAUM. tied In ThU Connection v J. A. CRAIG &: BRO.

M The following bit were taken from A properly garnished salad, pastry or .
the icnpbook of an old time enthusiastby any other dish is not only more delightful and Crockery

the Cleveland Post and give some of to look at, but more pleasant to FURNISHINGS.We ,

the Double incident of the part history taste. The garnishing of a dish does not carry the Largest Line of
baseball: mean alone the decoration of it. It Glassware,Lamps and Lanterns
means its decoration in such Hats andNegligee JCMA7rW000ACMrl L .
a mangier All Kinds of Boat Coods.
yearn ago May 1, 1877, theft c_ _
that everything used shall be appropriate I
fails Ijrowns and Syracuse Stan Shirts Stoves.Tinware. Doors.sash and Blind
to serve with the dish and that its
M played a 15 inning 0 to 0 game. flavor wall oe) enhanced by the orna- to be found ia tbe State. Sole Agents for All Kinds of t' hins Tackle and Sporting Goods.
Eleven dan 1 4er: the Harvard
college nieutation. A rouSh d or a boiled turkeyis Knox and Youmans Hats. Gasoline Stoves. Blue Flame Kerosene Oil Stoves.
and Maachtater clubs played a 21 inniutf often served with a garnish of sausage Harrison Byre! Ready Mixed Paints.

0 to 0 Fame: at Bobton. because it has been found that these lit Everett Block. 129 W. Bay Street, I I Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention. 11-1-97

Nut a ruu was tcored in a 13 inning tle epictd cakes of forcemeat ate a delightful 8-12-97 j\fKSOS\1LLE. FLORIDA. -

Rowe U-twevn the Holyoke and Harvard accompaniment of the turkey -

41I college team at ikwtou Jane 26 and add to the flavor of its fle!>h.
lb"'st. The garnish of lemons with fried fish BEELSFOED BRO

lira,rge tore made the circuit of the or fried meats is added for Catering as Lenten Machonochies'Specials. .

!**.. iu 14 wound* at San FranciscoSuv much as for ornament. The fried breadcrumbs

S II, Ibid.Juhuny -"rasping," our English cons- Kippered Herring
ins call them which Real Estate and Insurance
Word, pitching fur the Providiutv we sprinkle Justly famous, artistically smoked, put up in a delicious, piquant -
dish of boikd noodles
uaiu. iwforuied the moot re- through a or over sauce-an acknowledged Epicurean Delicacy. They come from
niarLit'Itf pitching feat an imperfectly fried fish or use iu so oval tins., Price Cents.
on rwordJune across the water in flat 25
17, l o"O. He not only thut. out Buffalo many ways, should be delicious in themselves Prince Edward Island Extra No. I Mackerel, big and fat, the Palm Beach, Florida.

without Lit but did not allow a batter properly seasoned and fried a very choicest fish packed. Price. 30 Cents.
to rrarb lint. golden brown, as well Iii Laid lWl. Beardsley's Shredded Cod Fish. Xo smell or odor when cooking Notary Public-- Cottages to Kent.

On nay 25. 1883, Fwinelly of the unnecessary grease. It is a mistake to -in key-opening tins. Price 15 Cents,
AtUutio club made six decorate an article of food with flowers Snow Flake Wafer Crackers, slightly salted to heighten the 6.1.97 Post Office North of I'oinciana Hotei.
City hit for
19 New in sealed tin boxes. Pnce, 25 Utiildins.
U*. with the Keyktouej.It or other garnishes which it would be taste. long square-cornered

wiu ut Aug. 17, 1SS2: that a home inappropriate to eat. Nasturtium flower Cents.Water White Comb Honey without question the finest we ever
run ly lUdbuuru war the only run made may be used to decorate a salad because had in stock. Gathered and stored by busy Indian River bees,

ia an 18 Inning game betwwu ProidrtM ?. they may be cut up and served from the Mangrove Bloom. A genuine treat and the quantity IS SAMUEL: I.. STORES. GEORGE H.CHASE. KILBURN POWgRS.
and Utroit. This U considered with itRoses limited.

the molt remarkable game on or pinks would be out of place .....- '"'L. W. Burkhardt Bros. ESTABLISHED 1866-
Itw t cant with a salad though candied ruse leave

and violets are a delightful and lovely
Tbo Eiut
Migiuaw team made 20 runs Finest Groceries.
in the tilth tuning of a gate with tbd garnish to a fancy cream or to most iced S.LLSTORER&CO.

Daytuu club April 21, 11I1S3- dessert and to many cakes.
Ou &- 4. d of the tamo year the Chi Tbe curling of celery for a garnishnot ()-X-O-O-O-
only makes it more decorative, but
ttgu club nw UM wvfiilh iuiiing achampiun!hip : more delicious. Select the whitest, Wholesale Commission Dealers
pow w itlt iVUuiL :i finest celery pare away the green leave Miami, on Bay Biscayne, Florida

With ilouut joy anti Cnkhiug pitchuij :and cut off tbe root, which makes an Hotel t I Miami l The Most Southern Railroad Point in and Shippers of all Kinds of .
i excellent salad shredded fine and served
only tae hit war lu do iu a gouitt be I
I I with a good French dree ing. Cut each the United States.
'WtJI.'D I'lucuuuit anti Tultdatkt. 21,
Ibtl& lot the white stalks of the celery into Accommodations for 200 Guests. Hotel Homelike and Comfortable. Lobsters : :
about four Put them iu ice
pieces. water ,
At iJMyUiu. U, {*ut. 11, HuH, wa S. GRAHAM. Proprietor.
and cut them into lengths of about 1,16-97
|>l yrd the quickest game; uu record, the _.
three inches. Take these and
I lengths -
roes -
mud iuumg tn-iug cuiupletwl in just 47

WluutelLt'barlry from beginning the top three-quarters, shred each of of them an downward inch- : Fresh Fish :
Beiwrtt, while catrbirg I
Wndiuau I into kix. or Seven strips. The celery Baker & Holmes ,
of the iMruit s S-j.t. it. 1SSJ
mlvfci may remain iu ice water three or ,
lout out 23 mru-2U !*'lug tm ..trikenautt I
four hour, but by the time it has lain
tbrt-w nut the uthir :3 S, an -
Tlw lUltiuKire: not only failed to ready to serve. ........
make a bit orf Smith uf the NewaikX. : A daintily cut radish is a pretty dec- Cotton Seed Meal and FertilizersHay
r+s ta i oration for the table and receives the
J.) tauu OcL 3. 1S63, but went nut I Particular Attention paid to consignments from Florida.
dash of salt necessary to season it much

1 iA On tote iUy Iwo ao tbrm, llbtl"'au order fur Haltrnu.uiiie iuuiug pitching : better than when whole. Select firm, Com, Oats Flour, Feed, Grits and Meal. 11.18.97 16 Fulton Fish Market, JVEIT YORK.
round radishes of the brightest red.Leave
iu OalUud, Cia!., Mruck out the
the center plume of tw o tender
UiruD lit men at bat ou nine puchwi
leaves the but off Materials
balls I green on root pare Building
the rest. Pare off the tiny roots aud a ,

ALL SORTS OF SPORTS little of the peeling at the bottom of the T. V. CASHEN

-- radish. Cut the radishes each into the Lime. Brick, IViuent aud 1'lahternig Hair. ,

The Carlinle Indian M-hool has l'1I- form of six or seven. petals, cutting *

rtI.! gjwl E. W H !rtberg of New York as from the tip toward the leaves. The Tough on Flies
ttbU-tie in.truttur.Gwtrge radish looks somewhat like roughly '._.-Manufacturer of and Dealer in
it carved rotes when properly done. Guaranteed to Protect Horses anti Cattle against Flies.!
: \Vtlb, the Worcester butt

4'a.e luiMi r, b*. Uvu engaged to coach the 9-18 97 Office. Main and Kay Sts., Jack olnillt', Florida.
Bow to Make a Good Tonic.
iVJtuubu uillcge Odr.meu. YELLOW PINE LUMBER
Two ounces bittersweet bark 4
It i* about certain that a Harvard .
ounces wild cherry bark, :2 ounces uni- -
cricket draw U to make a tour corn root, 2 ounces spikenard root 4
ttaN land and N-ollaud neat kumuifr. The .:! wm ..w !"
ounces yellow dock root, an ouuce col-
trip i* to nitrr six wtt-kk. S .AndTimber.
UJUoo root 2 winces elder flowers, an .
w hwartbmore" i* the latent college to ounce fennel toed, a quart port wine, a
anuonure that it will Lave a uc w auii pound sugar5 quarts water. Place
,-.>, Up to date tyniiMkiuui. The building herbs, roots, eta, in a 6 quart vessel, OYSTERS + Mouldings. Turned Work. Fancy Scroll Work

: will te wjuiiptd" w itb a.w miming tauk add the 5 quarts of water, boiling hot, Pickets Lath, Orange and Vegetable Crates.

if, Vale rwtire-1 $12.04)0 from the Vale and kt the herbs bleep slowly until reduced $:5 Are excellent eating when you can get hem FRESH. That is the :
Harvard fm.tball game awl is to get one-third, then strain carefully.To Jacksonville, Florida. 10-28.97
L over $',(MH) troiu the i'riuu-tou ouLtc..t. this add the sugar and v ben cold add J only way we have them. We get them fresh here Every Day from

ear This rnaLt the i.t.t keoMiu the uiurl the wine. Bottle tightly aud keep in a : ;
in Indian them order
) the finest oyster beds River and open to any
.a r, 11f\III11\'ruu. iu Vale football butory.laiaurHUtua cool place. Take a scant half wiueglassful .
three times a day. $ want them- them on the half-shell or fill or-
u 'l the figure tkatiug esctrl way you serve your d

!- | ut N..w Vtirk. will be the uuly ? Call and the Dock. Tile omhern Fuel and
ft. How an Ere Should lye lioiled. der for a gallon or a barrel. see us at City : Supply COMPaIIy
: f Anti-tUdu r"|irt There is better to boil
kkatiUK rll.uuIiulJ.bip to be held no way an egg

F.Is. : at the .Sjtimul skating palai-e, Lou- than not to put it ou the fire at all. lu- t GARDNER'S OYSTER HOUSE :-Uln.lesaltAnd Urtail Dealer* In- :
,. doD ou Ft t.. 13. stead of this the boiling water shouldbe I II
if poured the eggs aud they theo
: i It ik Mid thai the old boating a ociatbiu upon Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
should be covered and set aside for ten ,
/ vi I'liuctttoi i* to be revival FRANK C. GARDNER Proprietor.
minutes. Cooks who try this recipe ,
belt |>riui;, and au earnest effort iua>l lUt !.
complain of its uncertainty. If the eggs \) Shingles and Laths.
totuu "'<|iutio |oral The alumni ,
done "just right they are perfection f
have Ukru a d,*p interest in the matter are the white a thick custard and the .'"'.=..i'_...=.i''''.0.'''=.-... 'i'I.....,.,"..0..,.,".i'.e_:.,._...i'"" ......._...''.=',.'e._...._i.i_."." ......_'=.._....'.='i'J ..:
anti! three 1'uur Vitrified and Sidewalk Brick.
. mvutly preMUUxl yolk smooth and rich. But sometimes Paving
twirl barker tu the college.It -- --
,, at the cud of tbe ten minutes they are
i. |Iraptred to kulmit. Harvardfrtkbmtu scarcely "feet". at all, cud sometimes ,
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i "> compulsory .. tx for this | New house; best accommodations OL the
they are too bard. The reason
awill. IIU and Lave thorn undergo u occasional failure is that a proper AL FRESGO 0 HOTEL I I East Coast; table first-class, and every Office 408 West Bay Street.

prt-MriUd courke of gymua-uc fir amount of water bus not bciu allowed. convenience and comfort; hot and cold

tbrw hours a wick during their tire This varies according to the contents of baths; modern improvements; in center of the famous pineapple section; closeto

>d fear. The idea will tin' If used until the saucepan. There should be a half the Inlet; fish! and oysters in abundance. Ui.2S.a7 Jacksonville, ; i.ewProes.s" .

r Best clas couif iu, if approved pint of water-aud it should have boil- -- ------- ---- ---

ed hard for several moments before us- Terms Moderate.J. .

w'bo have trial golfing on the L. JENSEN, Proprietor, '

now uuiie iu I'r(. uuucing it the ideal Now to Make Sardine! feandwithe I" Blue Flame! Oil StovesStandardUghl'g
wiutrr outdoor kpurt About the only Open a small box of sardines and alter ..
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chaugt; from the rtgular rules are that umoving the fish allow cold water to ttr Dim"t fail to stop at Jensen when visiting the Indian Kivcr 12-16-97 !

through the iim-n: if the he suits, heauuw gently bow over them to remove the oil,
Go's Stoves
limy Le Irushnl away bad i>f tee which is invariably poor. Remove the Vapor

tall and if tbd lie id unsuitable the skin from the li&h and pound or chop
ball nay U lifUxl without JlC1.I..I1yabi line: with a bard boikd egg fur every 4 -- OUR EAST COAST AGENTS
: -
rr|.Uutxl near by. but iu this ca"+t' till fish. Work into a paste with 1>4 table- The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co. !
wow way not be I.ru..bl..l au ay. The tj.ooufnls of salad dressing to e\cry egg J H Xiver Daytona J C Frank, Stuart
W T Xe.v M E Gruber, West Palm Beach
Shryock Smyrna
ball ua.t U t be touibfdui the puttiuggrttu used. Season with salt and pepper,
I Frank T Budge, TitusvilieEdward M B L>man, Lantana
:tJ.t ui-r tbe kUnw bru.>be l away txct spread our thin slices of triad: from StilingCocoa Stranahan & Co Fort Lauderdale

pt with the bat'k of the hand across which the crust has been trimmed and E. SUDLOW, Gen'l Manager. I Geo Pa.ldison, & Co EM Gallic Jordan & Spivey. Lemon City

the hue of the put, a* under ordinary form into baudwiches. Anchovies maybe kltson Eros. Eau Gdlhe D R Knight Lemon: Cit\
circuiuktautt .uuW play, is far wore Used instead of sardines. A Y W Hogg & Co. Fort Pierce Frank T Budge :Miami
trying than ordinary gulf: from the lit r- Fineapple and Vegetable( fertilizers I Geo E G..>n, Jensen W W Culbertsoa: Cocoanut Grove 1

plenug varit ty cf tbe lies The iron Uow to Mil and I M; wood 1'olUh.

tbot west l", bit ttrr clean if auyCoiikideraMe In these days of nucarpeted floors -- The Raymond D, Knight Co. F

.J' distance i* dt-oin-d for a and Persian rugs a good wood polish is Ammonia 5-6 per cent. I Ammonia 5-6 per cent.

kcUfted kbut u ruiiwui Prudent player always welcome. A polish that bails Available P. A. 4-5 per cent Available P. A. 6-8 per cent. i SOLE STATE AGENTS,

timid it a whll plan to use the lra,.x U" .kbut rather than to risk! wash as well as floors. It consists i 10-21-JI7: Jacksonville, Florida.

iug the: w..miit u driver ou the ice bard of a pint each of liuseed oil and cull ,I
Cotton Seed Meal and Tobacco Mixed in
tuod dirt OU the .tbt'r baud. should strews Ua, the bites of a eggs and 2 w V_ > : X *- Equal I !
the ball be well pt-ribitl upou tbl'.,unW. I ounces of spirits of salts-tiii-m: st'v oral:
driver may be UMK! to advantage fur' ingredients to Le mixed thoroughly, Together ...Quantities..... I t r

tbe.irrndbud. for if well bit the dub aud pound iuto a bottle which Special attention guen to private formulas. THflS. NOONEY & SONS.
will put U iu any danger of Lt-tug bro- would toe well shaken before the polish
len agaiukt the fruztli gruuud as it ij Used. A few drops are poured upon I--KH. (& fiend Cur 1.IIIII.hh.IIII..lllli..->. "'. F. ARMSTRONG, JR., Agent.

iwerp away after the ball, fur the a rubbing pad of soft silk and the W\ot !

uuw ftTiu a cushion that protect the rubbed with it, being afterward polished Commission Merchants

club bead from ixmtact with the rock- with an old silk haudktnhuf.Tbe ,

like tartb. -New York Min.TMU process is a tedious and fatiguing I
---- one fur the cleaner but its efIt,t surpasses THE EARMAN HOUSEI IMPORTERS=

M.rt>br la UiutU. that of any easier and quicker i a

Tool Moaue Is nut tbd only American method.
! : *, nonr open lor Winter Travel and Domestic-
: Foreign
that ha gained; fame in Europe.Mur -- -- --
to vietlJryl'rucludu.aJ.ak. Uow to Remove Ink From Paper. Best of Accommodations.Table l
phy ha..uvxr* '- c the Orion trotter who Take a teaspoonful of chlorinated :Best the Market Affords.
capturnl a slake. worth IS.ouO rnllfr. lime and add lust: enough water to covtr : Fruits and Produce
'i.1 -B aths Oonnection.Rates -
.. \ <* $!000., which i* the largest purse it. Moisten a soft cloth in the mixture < in ,
.1I eftr pulled down by a trotter iu Europe and pat (do uot rub) the stain gently, : I'a"ollaltlt''IIOI.t: Ui..tuut-c iroin the Ofpot.t31JS. .

I'ra oalnayak I* a I U k ware anti waLrudlytbeCraud and it w ill slowly di.-ai i.car. If cue application .lddr' I WHOLE
"; lIuh Diiuitri. Mir is not enough try a second t { .J. K. EAIHIAX, ECROCERS

ibybatduvelopfilaud trained this mare and afterward wash the spot with clean ,
San Francisco water in the same way as the lime was I
from her yearling form.- 114-97 WEST PALM J BEACH FLA.
ChrUl cltl. applied. I J AOXSONVILLE FLORIDA.

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I business Comsto
1 ; ,---Conducting a !legitimate banking Kingsland
Uht. Cheerful Elect and Variety of IU KeUtions to llraith and Keaaty-Fw* commercial lines, .
I Style la 1 J nlehin; i 11axx;: I
1 The bedroomsof .! -.I hunsesbonld' i: In truth, thl re is uo rater aid to ;

if possible be tr, ,' .,i.v;; diS-jrcntly beauty than Hm' 'a :.' It uut only pre.serves 1 NEW
t each one, both a- .M u> caution beauty a..h...t the attacks of First t NationafiiF of FloridaAT l No. 5 Fulton Market, YORK .t.-c.k:
1 1
f of the walla end t. ." :+>f thu furniture i time, tut 1 curt uiatiy di fet-ts that KINDS Maui
while evervthi:: hjhllo:1trib mar beauty eu'ii ia >.lUth. It preventsfat WHOLESALE[ FISH. ....
t ute toward a bright!' iu.orfnl effect. accniuul.ttiui;: and even reduces it ....

f i For this reason heavy tvl.Ts: : sauuld not ;i when aeeuiiitilatui: It also !gives flesh Jacksonville Florida, Wen
be used but delu-ate tone, such as to the unduly! thin n 'ure. la fact it is and fruit All accounts have
Solicits the busiuess of merchants, Banters growers. Fish the laD
pink pale Line, gr.ti, eiv.ua, golden i the chief aI r' IH oi plastic:: form and cannot personal attentionDeafts Florida
yellow and white. which always look !I. be too uiuoh ixcjiuiueu'led to tba-e on England and the continent bought and sold of au
fresh and cool. Tbeu the window and who have hat the lithe grac'fcliie of on favoeabls tums. pant
other draperies ehncld! be light and very i youth: Ma,-.::;e al-o excites the vitality JAMES M. SCHUMACHE, PresIdent R. C. COOLEY, Cashier. mode-
i simple in arrangrmcnt"ith tio thick I of the skin and uiakts the joints >>uprl'\ IO-2J-q7 k&In
folds in which the dust my collect, says Vogue\!, authority also for the fol- A SpeeialiCori
i tt and there should ouh be sufficient fur- lowing: the 11'1
niture for comfort, nothing superfluous Mas: -age should always follow the' J. o. i1oW&oo wbowl&eata
i rt to take up valuable space j bath and not i recede it, Ucan-.e after { J
Suppose the walls of the first room to the bath the &ixiu is most supple unJ Solicited.NEWSEMINOLEHOT1 of eqPOPE
.i ; be hung with a dainty green and craani flexible and more easily absorbs outer male tIt&Ddi
;t i colored cretonne in a small, elective impressions Face massage wards off r EAST Jacksonville,

-, j design and the woodwork auuiid greeu wnaUes letter tan any cosuictu J ciii .
do, slid this every uoiiiou may dj for TIlE GREVT MONEY-SAVING AkIiON
t htr-if The maseu-.e uses the run-t sell at Wholesale and Retail. Special Prices to Merchants.Vnte for quo-, .
ttentiBelow m.
u and best of cold cream in her uianit-u tations.; Our Mail Order Department is given very aof 1 prompt: WWt'&leI"
we a few that11 attract the eye Bargain Seekers
lat ous, and after a ttrliiu: amount ut quote prices

Ittit Yr fi : rubbing the: face is wiped cS and a ir.w i-- Only Brick Hotel in Town. 'I :T:t
supply rubbed ia Alter several apj li- I
catious the face is then vraslieil oil v ihIluusjariaa I WEST PALM BEACH, FLA I thifii

or rosewattr, and a fuvzing I
i ....: .. r H is recently been com Dieted, built i in the sgfij liehee
; .
process begun witu ayphoatiuu of ... I Mb ObAIlAUL/lv
I { ice, gently iuiuisttred The face th'uLldtiiis '" slantial manner and elegantly furnished |[ ton
I P cut into the sweetest fre-lmi- ....... on high ground fronting Lake: Worth anti commanding magnificent,uaoifti "BU.
after this tnatmeut is ended, 1111'ln'Jb.! ed vie"w each way, and guests enjoy perpetual breezes frown all directiou. .f: .
ing tat exattl the uiark&i nitro\L' ChtD.
meat observable la all cases wh:re tli : ..... Cuisine and Service Strictly First-Class. 'jf.Rates with

( t -'W l lr masseuse is skillful and tbornulaymfstrtas ; Ii. ..... .;..":..--. .... : J2 per day and up. Special Rates by the Week or Mona. .:f ,
of htr art. ...... ... -, W.
r A few hints are necessurv for thnve! :--, :::- 'J;:. GEORGE ZAPF Managj dJemeat

1 who are. not within n .eh! if a uviix.-- .....'. ......... :.:..:. ........... lJ-tl. ,
S facial ...... 3 --- ; .
*rf&J2 Afctfr tent -Buse. Ui!'pi'ig tae mils 'J4 :; Cle.uti
4 of the first three finger,; into a pot of li Il -
a1 (
eSS == -. -.OS- cold cream, the! cheeks; are rnhlted up- -....... .r .,... ......... & McLAUfUH, JACKS-WyoLE8ALE- bath
ward toward the eyes,; aud iidev.ays: to .-... ...... ? bee
.1 iii WI! Tilt bl ,:.,TImm. ward tbj nest, many. times, to-.'d h'r. ;'.... .-..... 11)i7) .:::: tJeeD1D
4 and polish 1. on (iu> floor a square of ; The.eyelids are rubbt from the corners ; :-- Fruits and ProduceCommission

carpet iu two thadit 4.f green, with a toward the uo.->e. The fort head is rub S apl
bed sideways toward the aud ;::: ... tootaide'
surround of : center .
Japanese ..
cream .
-... .
.. ...
pressed upward, and do\\award toward ... Merchants. ti
color, will provide quite a luxurious -.. ..... .....
covering, while very uncommon curtains the eyes, and from the center toward ....... .
may Le made of priu1, d sateen the temples. The Uv.vk, where womeu ........ Fancy Grades-of DIll
gutter and
If the furniture <',:u I.e fitted to the first show the loss of youth, should to : ./ Cheek at
room it will give au air of space, as rubbed from back to inut Always rub .:..:.:.:. We Solicit Your Business. tty
the odd corners UfO thus turned to account the nose diwuuard, the sides of the "- "sii l P1
and the centcrof' the room is free nose or nostrils upward. Rub the chin We oi.ly solicit the busin 'of Merchants and W ill Not 1111 orders from CoMUM 4f| tt
should from their hi aealurs.
Parlor buy me
Such fitments arbVnJ'wuat mnrJco.tly upward and the lips from the coriurs l Elegant Mf C1 jg. witlIta

than the orJiuary ?p..rati' piece but if to the renter of the mouth. Lamp Only 09 Cts,
made in pine, painted white and kept Hard skms are madu softer ty being --- '' Decorated tiowl with : .t bit

quite simple in character the expense rubbed with oil; tiatby! skins are, reu- ED. S. ILUXES. K.S. .tht1rB1 Ift
will nut Id very alarming, aud the result dered firmer by Uiug rubbed with alto Star Oil Heaters $f.90 and Shade to match.llarin -.--

will be decidedly pl.u-iu_'. hul perfumed with verbena:! which is a $4.50.Write HAIflES BROTHERS, =:&b1ayer
= For a second room a pink wall paper great strength gner. Hungarian water, ,
will insure alsettyC .- v\KI white felsina water and eau de cologne, how for Oil Heater Catalogue. feel
paint drat tries of muslin aud a carpetin ever, are equally efficacious and pleas Machinists and Engineeti

a deep shade: of re.,' u lor The furniture ant. Perfumed alum water may be ., Coo
F' to look the, best: again su, !''i a tried in extra me ca-cli of flabbiness, but AGENTS FOR- 1." ", SQt
background will be in the therein:: the skin should never: Le allowed to become 4Oat'tbt

style and mahogany or rosewood finish, eo flabby as to require extreme A- The Gas Engine and Power Company. :
not fitted to the room, but each piece measures. ::'af'"t
separate.In Appreciated by Koitten. Repair Parts for their Motor in Stock. fti'.,.

a third room a good effect ,. -- -
very fi" -
A really useful case for knitting needles r
i may be gained ly n-iug plain pal blue is much appreciated if the various -- Construction and Repair of Intricate Machinery a Specialty. t
; .
paper for the wails anti Laving a pretty sized needles included. J. .
are Make it in
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stenciled frieze in a .- it shade:: of cedar ';.'._ 11.1....\... dui
color, with woudw< rk painted and flatted -.Moo.. -. t IL OUR SPECIALTIES: t'
to resemble ce Lr wood >w

Here the wiudow (curtains may lo Repairing.... Installing.... : .11&to
cream spotted muslin aul the floor covering Clocks, Fully Tf7ymnteed (
a daintily iJ>.i><'red carpet of Go Cents. Gas, Gasoline, Naphtha, Kero- Complete, Isolated, Lighting: I "Fl' <'a.f1p, .
cream ground, with irj3B bedstead and nlc DJJ Oil Store scne, Vauor, lot-Air and and Pumping Plants for do-
any uncommon hup;s in the lighter colored Steam Engines and Scales of mestic Use operated by rift ba
I Burner only Cents all makes and ;?}
35 ....
woods for the, Mt of the furniture. t /-.* Notice I"11: awhile M-itinK HI "lIr City 2 '* 75 gasoline, steam or water. -' 1 f':'" W
-- --- w"- curditilg 10'its Mill to make unuc.ill. .. Inventors'
A Met- Padlin;. 99 Models Constructed with Seoi> sy and Disp ttb. ;-,10:

Moisten 3 rounded t iblcspoonfuls l\ 1 J D. HORN & 00 i 1'5 B 1st HI\'St. --------- ----- ---- a f,','_llditb I
of cornstarch with milk, aJJ 4 heaping r4( JACKSONVILLE. FLui'ivuBorn .\. "--. ,:;-
tableapoolif\ uf sugar the beaten Inca y7 i o F. VV illmms Sun \ ('n Office and Works, l ".. at.
:_ &
10 21-:17 Jack5oquille Flom
yolks of 3 mj-. and uuur into a ro FaotofLibertyStreetDO -
quart of boilnr'',' milk. When u boils p ,10i
again, turn into a tmth nor} dish, l'rin'kleJ KMTTING M.LDLECASE. REYNOLDS & HULL ::::'
cloth p
linen -
serge or Roman satin -
suur Beat tile whites of the .. '....'".
least -U inches in wi.Jth. Turn
eggs with a u-cnpful (,f sugar and a up an NOT FORGET...... f -
Ii c,? tea poouful of vanilla.! spread over the inside pocket of eight inches. The case \\\\llOLES.\LE) RETAIL DEALERS IN Hen

a I top and brown in a quick oven Serve should be rather more than half a yard '.;

ll: ;a cold. long.Line this pocket with chamois leather qi'ish Russell & Co. !.t

1 Recipe For Batter Scotch. before fixing it and then stitch do\\n G-gstS'1'S Game 'Ii

A cup light trown ani'ar a half cnp division: for the pins to that they will ,..
'I hot water, a tablespoonful butter, a slip in, making tf course, larger spaces DRUGGISTS : lT
tea>pooufnl viu<:j.ir. DI'il.dJ mt iO min for tho long wooden or ivory pins than .J:;; ;. ::..ttri
9 utes, testing in cold waur:tea it begins for finer steel ones. Make a packet jutlarge and Green qu'I'tZe. ,..- _ot.

i i to thicken It eau Lu: flavored by enough to hold one of the common WE CARRY A PULL LINE: : OF -
adding a half tiuapooufulanilla when gauges sold to measure knitting pin s
,t done if desired. Fr.nr buttered Finish the SERVICE TWICE A DAY. O'Ii
on plates case by a narrow binding, Druggist Sundries Toilet srtidiPerfumes
I and mark in squares a.i it cools. It may having turned down an inch or so of We catered: to the let! trade: la lear and J. d1
also be flavored with a few drops of ginger material at the opposite end to pocket. <\
inbtead cf miil.t if preferred.. Add strings to tie op the case when arc fully prepared to do so this !season -' and Patent Medici$ -' I;
'-' <-. .f
--- rolled. ;

Organdie curtains Curtain are lJrapin daintier:. for sitting Apron* Agtlu Popular. SPECIAL ATTENTION A Fresh Line of Tenney's Candies. -:: dII

room and bedroom than these of Women have taken to aprons again.

I I Swiss and are hauti. Jiiie when trimmed Our grandmothers: would as soon Lave IS GIVEN TO ORDERS FROM Courteous Treatment and Prompt Service.
with thought of lea .
organdie uuLrcid..ry.s The \ing off their capes or: ti 1-97 L I It
I Standard DosiKr:: tells, the curtains dainty collars and cuffs as their black Seminole Block. West Palm BcacluVRin )t 1 1t t
can bo easily: made at home, t'.r the organdie silk or alpaca aprons in the hou.se The The East t
I Side. -
cornea:! in ail widths, and the edg- modern apron is not so somber an affair -\ .=-- ,
as it was in those days. The I-ot -
more useful .
I < : and less ptnsne ones are made of WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. 11--1,1! ; Wholesale Prices for Market Gardeners, of i,

fink lawn and trimmed with little erabroidi ._ Reliable Tested c
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ry or lace if dainty paturu cith Seeds, 1
us are mad of lands of white or colored : Grown Especially for .
\ q' satin ribbons put together with lace .

\ \. I",' \\, ,(. "l\ \ .,\ insertion, straight. ; up and down, cross- BURTON It. BARRS, Seedsman, -f: I,
't. ways ur diagt nally. A full frill of lace
I If.
\ \ ;, ,( all the way round, bows on the pockets 98) FLORIDA ;{_! .
\ \ and ribbon strings give the finishing _, a e'lll.r'I'"''.,..arc" 'tbr.une'''. _01" \lIt: .et'i o\.",,- 11.... ,.t,.,..rt.... ,,.old..:, L I 11\' '.'{. ..,blc ..,_ '.. 'r" \JfLn. ;,4-f.
\ \ .\:;f\ / touch.-Exchange. . T T ---. fl f--"" "" ""....r Orders Slllpped,1111: <. n Jj.I, R.-" ; IT" >.:II! \Ii I.n., ", ," ., I... "--J: '
I \ : \ \ :/,\>\/ --- -- "ell hh=191 _
/ .. .H. .. ..... \, 1.-\\ -- ,'
Thio TT l' If
; Told by Other n re (l Full Sloth: of Indira'
Hot instead of cold milk added while
potatoes are being mashed keeps them and Gentf Shoe D. HE NDRI OKS ON
warm for the table and insures tbj, ,
t \ quantity left our from souring. Ladies' Dress Goo'is
oar Specialty
While maple sugar is new it will be Merchandise.

found that grated it servesas a most delicious Mrs. Frank idllbeher' /'oli'eek
hard sauce for hot puddings. orso ((11(1kill Wholesale

Ii the A water tablespoonful in which of fish vinegar is boiled added will to offer you S/Iec1rcllrlr!ftills.A Gasolines, 76'Oils and, 86". Spit G JfOCftl. S, Parts, Clltil!

make the flesh firmer and improve its Present with Every Dollar's worth

flat or. Hats, ton Slots Dry Good
Seeds ,
The yolk of an egg well beaten is a purchased at the TrtiU
very good substitute for cream in coffee
aud will au:>\\tr for three: cups willIachiues Hardware.Ag'nt

Sew irou=, such as sad irons, frying BOSTON STORE ./ ;
pans or wattle irons should be heated for -
Hope s' and
r't.ntortatE: nAtPEUVlug slowly, or they will be hktly: to crack. MRS. J. FRANK lwlilr.mt 'lark' FertilizeJ'SAntiFrictio1lron -.; ,
IS merely gathered and whipped For tired feet put a handful of common Prop's."eminole .
along the edes >awe *.f the band&out- salt into four quarts of hi.t water. Marine Railway
tat of New York houses bate this style I Place the feet in the water while it is Block on Banyan Str.-1-t, WEST PALM BEACH; Steamers _For Boats 75 Feet io ....oth and t-n,1c
of curtain from the top of the bonse'to hot as can: ba borne. Then rub the feet '.-" _
the bottom, all truaiued with the lio Ue .[dry with a rough; towel.A "Lake

ptttern of emtrout.ry.. I, piece of narrow webbing, such asia @ Worth" and "Gladys" ;'
'} A drapery shown by the journal mentioned used for holding furniture springs in Worth.
id made of wide curuiu.: gi'.Ill' place", sewed upon the under edge ofMrugs Schooner On Lake .
fully crossed and held back with white will prevent: the corners from -MARY B." regulrlv between | .
; Iilk Oord I I curling PATRONIZE THE SON JOB OFFICE Boat on Lke'worth. Lake Worth sod, jMkwifBi.ee0ehveo

1! "-'.97
Lake Worth Florida.

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IX THE EAST urious forme of ny fine goods lined COCOANUT GEOVE.
City Directory. I SAMUEL B. MILLER-
with fur. The prices of these naturally :MRS.G. B. STEPHENS..... ..........Instructor CLARENCE G. JfTT.T.KB.-- ..
..- W. J.sIIOXE....................... ......Supeniw.r Established 1841.
vary to the greatest extreme. A sLit
HERE ARE NO WOMEN DRESSMAKERS made of sheeting thickly padded with OFFICERS. COCOA I'LCM.

IN CHINA. cotton and tnfted can be secured for |J, J. F. LAMOND ........ .. ..................Mayor A.MRS.LANG JENETTOBENCHAIN..Instriector... ...........:......... .......... S.B1MILLER&CO.WHOLESALE
, while the silk J. E. GLENN..........................................Clerk SnpervlnurEVKRCLADE .
I coat lined with tiger cub J. H LIVINGSTON..... ......... ......Assessor .
:.A CoiUn. of the Cheaper ClaM Cat i fur or other handsome skin will often UEO. H. MALTBY...........?_..,........Treasurer MINNiE. MAY....... ........... ..Instructor
cost ED. A GRAHAM ...., ................Marshal .1 ......... ?
About Forty Cent, bat Krtlly Ilaod- as high as f 75. The more espeu wl: Slit:It. .. .................Sn|lei VI "rLIXTOV. .

tom. Salt CM Ite Had Far Two Dollar. I siva articles are worn by the wives of .

the great officials who are not 1 per BOARD OF ALDERMEN. W. A. II. HOURS....?....... ............. Insirurtnr Commission Fish Dealers
... ?
PooI Method. ..... .................. I
I cent of the entire population. ...... ........-...... ....Supervisor ,

Nest GEO. W. POTTER................... ....... PresidentJOHN BOY.NTOX.Vtrnr.EE No. 7 Fuller. Fish Market NEW YORK.
Woman, lovely woman is very much in the scale is silk apparel. B BEACH.......... .........A. S. LAMOND ,
This is what niaketh the Celestial J. A. STRAWDERMAN..GEO.. I.. BUANNINOiKO. ......... ....... ..... ....... ..InHTurtur --
|the MUle the world over. In every cit} I heart. glad l S. AD \M3............CARL HUEUNK; K l'll.W PIERCE: .............. ....SuiwrilMir the sale
The Special to
L'hrifrteudoin her poorest boatwoman saves up \ttention.given of Pompano, Spanish
4 |t.f eyes turn toward Council meeting on the 1st, and 3d Tuesday in 1'\LI BE\CH. .
her cent until the has each :Mackerel Blue Fish Etc. .
[Maria and bet thoughts to the latest money by cent month at 7:30 p. m. Mh s L. DEI'.OfJOKY ....................InstructorK.

I mode of that illustrious capital of fashlion. accumulated the amount necessary to X. DIMU'K..._.._........._....... .supervisor I References: (Pulton and) Market National Bank, or any Wholesale.. Fish
buy a coveted silk robe She will even .-. --
County Directory. COLORED. I Dealer in the United States.
wear a silk; coat with
ragged cotton ANNIE D LIrHTBOCRNE..Instructor. .
# Stencilrt furnished
In the Flowery Kingdom they turn to trousers but a Bilk; coat toile must haveas JOHN W\'SIL... ... ....................Supervisor on application. 11.11-am
, th great metropolis of Canton, out ..f I CODXTllfFICERS.A. I
an evidence of respectability.' The --
: whoa workshops and ateliers come gar of E. HEYSKR .. . .. County .Ia Jjre
'" rutut of eqnal style and splendor if nut.1' variety silks is something perfectly \. F. QUIM: BY Circuit Court; Clerk
j [ wonderful. You can get pretty ilk from ROBT. R. TAILOR .... Prosecuting AttornevK. The Only Coffee RoastersIn I E. : .
I of '-qual and beauty. WtSCHINBCIIanager.: !: F. M. BURST, Treasurer
praee Ignt.nait
;; I the province cf Fakir in delicate colors ]. CHI I.LING WORTH.... Sheriff
[ male travelers: to the contrary not withndiiiSi I'. C. HAIGHT.. .. ..Tax Ae..or
which makes exquisite underwear T. J. HAUDKK: . ...... .. .Tax Collector the State.J. .
;; there is fashion in the far ea't as well as fetching dresses for ). LAMOVD... .. . ..TreaburerrRAXKLYXSHEEX I
I just the came all there ia at bone. summer : .. Suneyor FLORIDA MACHINE WORKS.
14 cents yard. From this the prices '
per Z. T. MERILITT..SUpt.) Public InstructionCOUSTY
s-- A keen Chine observer can tell
even D. & R. D. GRETHER
rouge upward. For 25; aud 30 cents you ,
[ wore from a woman's clothes about the COUUISSIOXERS.X. .
can get haud ;owe, finely finished silks
I wearer than can be done at home. Lit W. PITT.l'hairmaD.' .....Lake Worth Jacksonville, Florida.
' I that will last five or six years. Then CJ. W. LAIMIART .. . ..l'aID.llt'acl. Iron and
lit peculiarities invisible to weh'rnt'Yt'll there are bauil>oo silks from the north W. J. SHOXK . .. .. .Cocoamit GroveE.1. -.- Castings.
reveal the province where the .. WHITE ... ..Lt-monClly CHOICE TEAS
cloth's made which are so called because thread W. S. TAXCRE......................... .Hobe Sound )I OCR
I were ; equally intaiisil! is as firm and durable the PURE SPICES, General Repairing and
I thiuK show her status aud rank. I Ix strong, : as Commissioners meet in regular session on FRUIT EXTRACTS j SPECIALTIES. Promptly Accurately .
fibers the first
of that wonderful \rond. Thereare Wednesdav in each month.
{ lit'\a there are Europeans who i>a\e Shanghai silks with a grain similarto ; BuiMing Columns. Sash Weights and Grate Bars Specialty Shafting

. aMeml these mysteries, at lea-t 1 our own grosgrain, but with a gloss COLN7Y SCHOOL BOARD. Paper paper bags butter dishes, twine I Pur..ya Hanger:; and Boxes iu Stock. Ssw Mandrels of all Sizes: Furnished.

1 { hate bet'u told DO, although have tievirj SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC IXSTRCCTIO.V and other) grocers' sundries.
like the finest satin. There are bright Z. T. UERRITT: .Lemon City
j jet met one. All offee RtlatedCler Receipt of Onlrr. SUGAR MILLS --
bilks and dull silks, heavy and light, MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARD. _. .
f sere are uo women dressmak.Hs in .1 W.J.U'KON'hairman.CoeoanutGroveSv. : 10-21-97

| China. They are all and smooth finished and rough finished and I.. WimiEYKR........... ......... .Jupiter Office and Shops at End of Viaduct in Riverside.
men every one! in more colors than were ever dreamedof J. W. COMSTOCK.............West Palm Beach
[ with the imjiortauee BUll arrogance f in the looms of Lyons. 10-21-97 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
The moment you buy a robe the fact
Woe to the customer who dare criti MEMBERS FROM .
is -- -- --
noted, not alone in the Kilesbook
X. PIMICK. Palm Beach.
I cise their work .
, or suggest impnr.nuuts. \ but also in what might be called an order R. B, POTTER: W Palm Beach Representative Fresh
So t-uperior are they to the orli ... Xl'frOI", Iteliable.
book and the
I very next day a duplicate
| er sex that their darks are men. Th u of O. W. EYBRECHT
your purchase is under way. It State Directory.
| are any number of these es-tahlishwi a.i .- is finished as rapidly as possible; so that Varieties best adapted to Florida. ..

in the city of Canton. When you hUh the assortment in the store may bo kept --- Special Attention given to the ,

i been to one of the great; ones, you have: ,I op at its proper limit. This is a good EXECVTIYE DEPARTMENT East Coast Trade. Dealer in Hardware

been all -- ----- -

In to front of the house hangs a prea; rule to for other the styles which sell rapidly.As \v. D. BLOXII AM. . .GoxernorJNO. Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.L. Plumber Steam and Gas fitter Mixed Paints
styles, they remain upon J.. CliAWKORD .Secretary of State ,
tignboard in scarlet and gold. It is a the shelves only heaven knows how \VM. H. KEYX"'L1 Comptroller
font two wide and reaches JAMES II1TF1ELD .. Treasurer CAMERON. Tin
or from tli-! Copper and Sheet (iron Work.Dealer
long. Such institutions as the bargain \VM. B..L.\M.1R. . Attorney General The Pioneer Seedsman of Morida. .
sidewalk up to the emuid or thir l counter and sales of hop worn and W. X. Ml EATS Supt. Public Instruction I .r. .
story. The characters read: "ILjj I Ibt'tlll shelf 1.. hl.WIIMliVELL: . .('Agriculture: ll-i:>97 JACKSONVILLE.! FLORID \.
worn goods are unknown in the PATRICK:
and prosperity.. The house of goi<' .1 eccentric east. On the other hand, they H.l\lJI.TOX.1I0l'STUSljutaoC JR... Surveyor-General GeneralW in PumiPi| J Fittings and General Plumbing Supplies Tin Ware Agate

en splendor women's dresses. There have a custom unspeakably dear to the Offices at Tallahassee, Florida. Were in>i Ilmise Furnishings of Every Kind.
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are no show windows or casements <.i Mongolian mind. Toward the
close of U. S. SE.Y.-1TORS. T. B.Massa

any kind. The entire front is open in I the year nearly every tradesman wants PASCO. ... .. .. MonticelloS. AGENT m THE AE3M3T03' CONSTRUCTOR of IRRIGATION PUNTS
the thuroughtare. There is low .
/ a uu. a largo amount of) ready cash. Some. R. MALLORY 1'cnsacola

wicked railing across the t entrance hn .\ f times it is to pay off the debts of the 4-;

ever which bids defiance to sneak business and start the new year free aud U. S. COXGRESSJlbX. Estimates for Work and Material. One or both promptly

thieves and compels ingress and egress I clear, sometimes it is for the charitiesand ROBT. W. DAVIS -.- .. ... .. PalatkaS.
through a gate as narrow as the on" II festivals for which the land is fa M.SPAKKMAN ... ... ....... Tampa & Bro. Furnish 1-31-tf.

mentioned Scripture. When you pa- mous. They then mark down their elder WEST F A. T jTVIB! B A OH. FLOBIIQA.

this, you find your.-elf in a large a:1I! I goods a reasonable amount and when SUPREME LUUttT JUDGES.

very neat store some 20 fe t.t wide :-1' I this does not in M. MARRY. ... ..... ..... Chief Justice Jacksonville Fla.
bring enough moneythey .. -
feet lung and 15 to 'JO: fort hiph. T.K- keep it up the first two or three F. It. CARTER AociateJu.u\.. .. "
walls are covered with shtlviiitf froiu I weeks of the new year. In this way Florida East Coast R. R.TOES :

flour to ceiling, and these Ulii-.l
weiuwi t there are bargains: and of(course bargain
to the lost available inch \\itli tuudlt-a : \
hunters and bargain dnyers. i TABLE, :NO. 13, IX EFFECT FEBRUARY 14. 1898.
done up in paper of all sorts of colors The business is almc.-t entirely cash R. H M. D.tVIDSOQuiucy, Fla. .Chairman

These bum)l! s contain each one articleof II business. Credits but II. t:. DAY .......... .........................Gainesville SOUTH BOUND (Bead Down). NORTH BOUND (Bead Up).

clothing and '< ed to be are given so rare J. M. BRYAN....... .. ...................Ki-simmef Fruit and Vegetables.
are upjx> proof So 78 Sod
ly as to occasion reiiit.rk. The dealer is ( 4'NoS6INoSSNa:
..... ... Nod! STATIONS.
: .
J'.HX I. XEE1.EY. JI: lerk; Arca.Iia. I Daily' Dally
agaiui-t moths white cockroaches :
satisfied with
I a small profit and iui- Headquarters and offices of the Board at Tullahaxsee. Kowls."x'l) :::::: v......Jacksonville Ar.' ; 4ap _1200n 806p7li
aud the othl'rinSt't.t1t'"bOf the far ..n.'t. ther tries to make a fortune in u single Consignments Solicited m .. .. IAr.......St. Augustine! .... Lv.'' 6 Sop ..... uou 2Upp JOL*
Clan each bundle in oleailyrittiu i! to like -.. ...... ...... .......Lv..bt.Angu..nne.Ar. 62up 600p .. ... ...... ..: :'
year nor pose as a philanthropic ---- ... i i i I............. ... .. 1l0\la .. .. ......... .Hastings. Lv. b12 ... ... ...... ..... ......
Chinese characters is Lrilf I
a uumorauiltuu borne of the goodly people of Philadel General Directory. ii i w.... ...... a Ir -::::-: Ar..........Palatkav-Lv. T Sip of the contents and the price. A I phia. bR"m.llTARUX..\ II\ iM. lluncHty and air Dealing Our Motto ...... ...... .91cw1O4 ,_ = Lv..Palatka .. ...Ar. 605p 605p....... .... ......
shall ebony uuter at either Cud ...... ...... I.jtp,1241Jp: \r..Nw iliteo-....... Lv. 4(lap.405p( ...,.. ......
permits i. COUR.1LENI.11f.Seventh ) Customers Sure to Get Tneir ..... ...... e0ni tltka ILv. San Mateo.. .. Ar. Ifcib3o.p 7Obp.! ..... ...... ......
the exhibition of thu goods, and COUNTESS LICHTERVELDE. Circuit. Jloney. ...... ..... 9api1T5ea'-; !i ': ... ... :PlAlalka..Lv.. 5Bp aL"p ...... ..... ...... ._ _
( )
light bamboo ladders enable the cKr J ...... ... .. J"4:& 100.'p ...... ...... .. Ormond.......... 424p ...... .......
reach the t-behes about the Pleasing Personality of the New BelgianMinl.ter' J .1.1. BRUiiMb. Circuit Juu';e Established in Jacksonvillefor ...... ...... JOiJ IJip ...... .. ....Daytona.. ........ 344p 4 Lip ...... ...... ......
to upper J. I'. liKoGa State's AtorueSPUING ...... ...... ... ... IT.p ...... .......Port Orange... .. a *i.. .
plai-e.: There is quite an army of emrliiyees. Wife. > Eleven! Years. ...... ...... 1da 14p.......... ......Xew bmvraa....**. 314p. 347p....... .......
I Count O. de Lichtervelcle the TERM.Oxwila -- --- ............ ...11. 2l6p ..... ......... Oak HilL ...... 247p ........ ........
who Few half Iwokkeepers and I new County. 1-t Monday in March of References Furnished. ...... ...... t@p 2 53p.; .... ...... ..Titusville........ 2 lisp 2t3p: ....... ...... ......
half salesmen. There is a larger armyof j minister from Belgium is one of) the orange :S-l .. Best ...... ..... ... 82'p .2'p. ........City Point........ 137p ...... ...... ......
rnstouitrs exauiiuiiig and buying I i tallest and finest looking men in the Lake\olusia "" 4th"ill .*.. .. io-ii-97 ...... .......124iJpI a alp :... .. .. .... ......Cocoa ........... 129p 2.16p........ ...... ......

goods. There are no shoppers. Shopping -1 diplomatic corps at Wa Lington. Wb ube Itrevard 4th" April." I.lap..s,

.. j was presented, to President Cleveland Dale 1st Monday after 4th Mi.n- --- --.- ---- -- ..... ...... 113p :!6........Eau Oalie......... 12 asp ..... ...... ...... ...... a
eira to be a mysterious modern day in April.FALL I...... .... 1 s.'p 4 p ......" ........Melbourne......... 12: L'p I ...... .......
tire that has reached its most deadly 'i for the first time last February lie ..... ..... .... 521p .... .. .......N>b.tian.......... 11ifeaW4Ja .. ...... ...... ......
I! riferred to his in this TERM :Bed Spanish and I.j...... .. .. .... ... .. .. ...... St. Lucie.......... \ ... .. ... ... ..
ttage; m the leading cities of UncleJMW. pleasantly "t:1Y 1)cealal'ountyist Monday m October.Orange j I...... .::.. 2181' 611/p...... ....... Fort Pierce........ W 39a 12 Sip..:.:... ...... ...:..
If a Chili I'M- 1.lIlv't'f a.-ked tu'go.huppiur i' country some 25 years ago iu the beginning 2d .. .. i...... ..... ... .. ..... II ......... ...Eden. .......... lOllalOUria. ............. ......
of his diplomatic lIe did .. .. ..... .... ...... ......II ..........Jensen ......... .... .. .. .... ......
the would first want thti | career Lake 4th i\j...... .. .. .. .. ......" ........ .Stuart......... 95ria .. ...... ...... ....
thing; eiplaiucd to far aud then would i not bring bis f.imily With him blot VolUHij 2d M Nov ,gancy- I I...... ...... ..: :.. ......II ........HQbesound....... II 924a .... ..... ... ... No 28
I When hf came back in Xovem- Urt'n.r.I"l Uh I...... ...... .... .. 847p...... II ..... West Jupiter...... 91Ua. ...1...... ......
pnitally ream and n.n away nadir year. ..... ...... Op.: ..... Ae....West Palmea'h..... 835a.l018a''...... ...... ......
ttiouupresaiuu that hcriutcrlocutorwas I Ira'il1g I in.r. be was aeeinujranied by his wife 1-t Monday at'erllie 4th Monday IIO .............. .... .....Boyal Pomciana .... 8 :naf, .j...... ...... ......
1: and tinyorngest: of their the iu xeiulHT. : .... ......Palm lt'al'hInn.. S'Sa, .. .. .. .. ..
mad. sons abmd".me --- ---- Pineapple : ...... ...., ...Ly ..Palm Beach Inn. Ar. S :: . ..... ..:..: 8 Up!
The }K'fIllt! < of the establishment are 1: boy, of 7 years who is at U. .'-t. L.I 1'D OFf f'J I .... ... .. SUp ..... .... .Royal POInl' ana ..,. 8 lite. .. ...... ...... 6 lOp
| Ecbonl iu Wa ,bi' < Tht other i I 9 85a1....... Q'p 9 top .... .. ..."We.tPalmBeach S sea.. ............. 6uup
racy pulite und Ini1/ down vttrythiiig ; ; :ton. 110)'sare I. M. UAUCO ... .. U,'::,'It'r ..... .4.. 9-1 p ..... ... .Linton.... ..... j2\la ... ... ..... ....... 112bp
", ':irh they think apiun.ch'js ycur ill! .. ] pursuing their htulks: at home, the X. \VAINWUKillT... it"C'l'l\t'1 Slips and Suckers .... ... .. 1II14p ...... ......FortLautlprdale.. .. 64tia!. .. .. .... ... 444p
j elile, about 21, intending to follow in 11\1. 1053p ... ..... .Lemon oty...... 6'IM '. ....I....:: .I>>tp
ire. They tint nach down the bundle UIII"eb at GdiIlI'S\lII,'. tlur.la.GOb'T .. .. ..d Sop K iipi Ar.: .. .....Miami.... .. .. L.. 60Ua: 825a, .. ... .' 400p
his father's footsteps. -- ---- For *!eoftieSI.lttntg V'1uc ifAiiltaka !/ I
and opt-u it uptw lue..f the counter |
The folding of these bundles is u- I Count and Countess de Licbtervelde SldXAL SERVICE 1)/-1"1. Pl Uie .. : No.99 Palm Beach Limited, southbound, Iv. Augustine 2:30 p. m., Ormond : 'Beach
1 Partona 4&ip. m., Rockledge Hotels 6::$ p. m., Royal Pomciana 95a p. m, Palm'
J. CRONE Smooth
\V. ulAdrverObervaa.ry ( ,
are members of tuouf the oldest and ?&\ -nne
trl'1udy iuKeiaous.\ They art wi inane Ian 10 p. m.
up of nalicut and rt..t'lIh'riul-t angles thut mOLt distiugi! >isbHl families in Belgium. at Jupiter lulet.Wl"T Eicptlall ijiiffii.Rijiley No.98 Palm Beach Limited, northbound Palm Beach Inn 2:30 p. m., Royal Poinciana
- -- f 5p.m.R when the List triangular point is fuliUdo l 3 ( LIMIT HOUSE: .....EHrIG. Qut-en, Hi I.tt-t.; Cl.it.- i : quatin.10 p. In.i .
T and forced into itsilf it is impr- -"tl \Viii! .Xnii_ .
Trains do at stations
Jrxo'x.yol. not
Livid house at Jupiter Inlet..IAMKSA. i I Ewrww NEW: SItITRi.iD:! stop .
kill for lit ins thing for :: time is not shown.
any ( even !if } ,
t\ > o
: '
. .
ARMOUR Keer| K 0. 3. ST ATIONao._ Xo.J. Trains, 3ait: and 78. Daily.
dust to get inside of it. Uu ono tlCt'a.-ion 'tfr J. WKLLS.. . .. 1st AMi.taut K-nn TKlTS: *Lve v Smyrna. ...Ar. 11 Sa T 00p Trains a, 25, 38, 36, 38, j4, 88 and 99
I dn 1uUlI1of this J. A. I'iNrl. rdn',isianl .. .... 5 : '
i'pd a sort over- Early ilflhery ran !.. niniie. !curl nf U\\> Sop! .Lake Helen Lv 10 ila 3Up Daily except Sunday.
----- fruit tr..m thIs I'lautiiIi"nbasn; !b1ru ; i Jl9aIL. p" .Orange City.... 10 lilA 5 flop Tram! ilyex'.l'tMoDday.
.\ftt pirsi, ,
beard uud fUhfd it out again. rdr'iug :
) ; last mouth. >pAr, .....Orange City.... 10 Oua 5 OUp Trains t6, .a; and 3s are composed eielusively
the outside I opened it and to : I f" : torNy" : DISTRICT SCHOOLS. \ilyti| > i of Pullman tire.Buffctt .
} ) Parlor Cars Trains 23,35, 'l4I
and found that the :;, .. C.C. :\1ATTHAra/.S. : on
my surprise delight F.'I"I' ... *
.. .., I All Trains between sew Smyrna and Orange City ana *
water nod not rxiictraled to the goodsWlllilU. --. ''' LEMON l1Tr. motion daily except: Sunday :Trains SS and 99 are composed exclusively '
,, .; : .t Florida !
....,:. v r-:".. 1'9"I1Jf I U. K.Mi-ltnXAI.11. 11'1i1|' Pineapple Company, 1 of Parlor Cars.

Thu tniull'1, t'jiened, discloses tho gar- \ .-.:":\ MISS M. A. McDlN.1LD.*..M
lueut Insole ucatly fohk-d uc irJiug:, to \:., :W\ t- I.'JIITt: ..Su''l'nl.rI'IIT' KEY WEST AND HAVANA.The .

-.. ,:;.\- : ... II UI. --- .-..------.
thue.uveutional M>tcm I'II'I l ycd by
x; ,:,J".f <'1 rm\ ; _. L F. KllUr .Iiirtni-lor. I i+eamship City of hey West of the Florida East Coast Steamship Company leaves
the riuin'w Ir.1,k. Thire is Got lunchtaruty -y"r I ': ". K. U. FKAZIKR.. Snlxnt.cr' I Kami for Kl West on Mondays! Wednesdays and Fridays after arrival of tram from Jack
wouiau'k garnii nis in China, ./ .1 ?. ( A.' \ :. Bargains in Land onvill*. making J connection at Key West with steamers for Havana. Leave Key West S:*)
*..tAr a* gi ucral form H ('ulIl"t'u.tl. row ; I Y50 '" I S. In. standara time)) on Tuesdays, Tnursdays. and Saturdays, arming Miami next monunfi ''
\ : :Tif"J IREXE RICKARD-i Instructor with north bound I ram
wears jair "f tniu-er which alwaysCOIIIH :: J. M d'i ......................................... ............ ,.;upen.i..r At fn.in i-tto i'." f ;" ni -I!.-i .i'! .- : m iMuc.11 -. i m Mm is oomiect
.. .
\ 'i d fruit !and I.r -p. .i i tr< i "I! "' I
from the 01'11( r waist to the ankh / J'J Jrriihi warJs'lots, .it Jv> pii .!. f
-x and a tied wliith !. either Ion:; urh4'rt. Ml-. W. A. II. HOUBs.............. ....Instructor dajx 1 hi sr la, ii. .'rt' ,>" I.IKC Ui ith 11th". i NASSAU N. P.
.. A.RMuFIt .. La'ntana. and known the Ihl|*>'ux > i. r' I ,
f ? SUj"'rvl.rJ
I III (tlit.!t.lulUl1l's. tluTefore, if iti'iu f & Lm>l-the hot lands l in the i ""mt\ I In- i- t

't iui-xprexril'les' it is a coat and viceversa. ( l'\". Kjxrcial offer fore;:etehl..It! : p"itu !il.- i u : Pervi Xa8l'I\11, N. P. (Rahsma Islands)) inaugurated January 17. 1898,by the Ftor'Ma
ANNIE: t:. e;. nTC.\ll-.ln..lru..r ers. Eaat roast Steamship! Company, :S. S. MIami, especially built for passenger trlWlc bet.eo
The cheapest' pooils am luado of cursnss DC LiUITL1VhLDRThe .\. E. II"Y t.l ...... ..SII'.r'.r' !-.",> leriii- per < cm 11> >l'crrt l! ;.. tmeuta Fla.. and Nasa.u- .
li;ilit thin muslin or cotton cloth dyed (tiuntep auc-estors were the Counts! Fur furthir p iii -uilreti uite "
Mack. lUhtr colors do and rata prandfatli-r was a SAM HIAMI TO NASSAU.I{
brow or blue. am Sjiaugeu : ROJR. lOaner I
... .
JO I' \ KJCItEV ............ I.lru'h.r
also usfil, but to LO such txtiut as pemrul in the Austrian anuy. Her ".toma s. null LKVKST \ Su,"'rcu..r Coffianut C'.rn. e, Ti Li.or t'fto Lmi-' W wklv eeli, February. Marcl129tA Uth to to Apnll.'th.March 25tk.'ft i[le.mi'W eeklyrMarch 30th lath to to April March 13th.36th.

tUe threw first named The tro.e rrs art mother was A -autiful puuiib i lady d \ : t'\L I P.tACIl. y

uutrokeu' \ and arc held iu ] lace Ly a noLln lineage Her husband has filled L. .r1 IHXInn......................... ... Principal I \\'. MtTCVLF.: West IMni B-.u'i.
l.ri.r \\CKVIXE. .\ 'l'h_Time Tables show the times at which trains and boats may be expected arrive anddepart
al ilipluiiialic position
is siuglu important
string; or Mi. The coat > a many D. l.t\l.Ll'OI.L: SII'r\l":., :M. D. LYJUV. Lan'tt, l".iNew : from ,several Stations and ports bnt their arrival or departure! at the tuueiLs
1'"'(-'' and ill fasti nod \\ Ith little frogs. his reiireM-uiid his king at tie Swwlish: I. '.'" ..' IUlted no', .tJf.anteecl. nor does the Company hold itself responsible fur any delay or any

In < heap materials Uio trigs aro plain Itahaii and other i-Durt.s. and cvery- I. E. JUNE'>.COLORED. .IntnictorU. u ___ _ ___ .11=;,t ,..I Ji acs wing time therefrom card call at 235 West Bay Street Jacksonville, or address

rt4tmi lord of the same color as thesulttu whtre the", c iuutess'ple.eug jieraoiul- R. IXGUXSOLL.Supers.i-....rNTAA. ,
for our friend She J. S. BECK.WITH, J. D. BANNER,
ity many
;;: L \ ... i radio :Mauager. Asii't. lieu. Faaaenger Agent.
A costume of the cheap claps costsUkually is slight and graceful, of im-chum heightnod MRS. CEO. LYMAX liiftiui-ior s Augustine, J''!..

40 cents, but hoiue'-iiues it is has a bright, tparkliug face Her iV.uAUNKTT.: '. ... sulertir ro: '

kold as l.iw as SO. Next i" grado art dark curly hair is sprinkled with ELLIOTr KLV. ..New.. Goods .:.. I
I ... .
thii mode from timr stuffs, sheetings, white aud her gray eyes dance: with J \\1 Es C. lUltltlS.Instructor I I
she is unnihed. trho K. II. ( ) I'sON SlIpen.i.r. f 1i
drills, teucloth long clip, t-aaii-lois uud xuerriircntlnn
eutTtaiiiiiigly! in several languages BELLE FLORA.L. few rices I
Indian uiUAlius. The:o range from 50 talks "".
English fluently, F. KIDNKR ................._.... ... .Instructor. \ r .....
ceuts to 70 wuts. IKn the button of s pt..tkiu:; R. R. tK\ZIEK..._....................... Supervisor.lUSOAYXE. j First-Class'
tho frog is niaJo of brass, )-ides i r dark is fund of I'Utdiior life and greatly enjoys We welcoire all our I.M friends and .
l'atrooltalldoonli !llvinvttestrang! .
Nixed and U eo arranged that it can betaken wheeling about the broad smooth ers t" visit| u-. .

off and! placed easily aud quickly streets of VVa.Jiiuaton. Not Uiiis before F E.PAt.EWILSON.LKE: : ........................ sul'.nl..rCl'TLEll Instructor' Watches, Clocks Jewelry and

Then coUie suits wade of light leaving home Ioht'took up photography ....Optical Goods
woult-us. fine HauueN. J.pauesoeralas. awl i: air.04Jy quite au l'spt'rt. She
ADDIELEK DAMON ............ ... Instructor
ith hi
rantou flannel aljaca, cauiei's hair and goes out) neatly every day v r cam W. I. rt"/2AUt>. Supervisor Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing

Brtai; loth. These rang from 75 cl'uhI I era and has a tins collection of riews.JHJKTTE \I II UII. Neatly and S fictorily Done. I JOB WORK

to t'i In these the fr. ,.;s are more crab I M. BABBITT.iliss' \r'.MKKKITT.rr l..illl.l. OiilvOjuiciaiiK in toe Cm Eyes tested i la aI .

. unite, nd the frog butt msarc gilded or I -- -- \ \I V M. MN\:.-\.jfttlUlt free1w'.itest ai"ioid mithods. The new

wide out of pretty hollow metal. Here, J.1ntJ11I1ams nf the Hull House T. \. \fTlEU.............................Sn1R.rvis..r More will belli eharufi! tot r Lint idner.braduateOpticiauuf ,
I C"l1
Ki .f- Optical -
fccoiue iu upecial suits, rain tats I. settlement in Cbi1,1,0 !has i ecu app'eluted COI.OKED. le:.. New \ork. .

and troumTS which aJ't1Itt'lIIl'1illlt'I- 1.0.-.C..C.- T of nb.stuti.ui No 10 iu .MIIS. \. I.. J \CK-II';.Ini-truti-or Daily Papers and Peviodieals. I t t tI

I that ,-. ; -.h.ry, .-lOO. Sow Miss ( A t'. LUiHTUl'lT.NE: .... .... .......SuperbLo.r'
-rjoof{ but more fmjueiitly aquaiielleut \ I
I will be able make practical
und winter clothing, which in its .l. ,..mis UKESULLK.: ,

nuplutt form is wade from cloth heav- apL....tiun vi stilt more vI her phllanthrol ,'' SUS.tNSANOERS.' '" ......... Instructorj. ,*t Door south Ku--< l l' \ <.':- l>nu >tun At THE SUN Office.THE .
.. ., .-
P. LK supenu-or Seminole Block till n m- a-
51yjd4lwith cotton and iu more lux to plans 1 1I


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_> This Date In History-reb- IB. ".... .................<%

I ,; Q1rtLd1; un. New t York Tailoring Co I ADDITIONAL-_...-LOCALS- 1-Alexander born; dltod U Volta.'1. VoltA discoverer gained of celebrity voluiam.M |

The predicted frost for Tuesday we an electrician and natural philosopher. He j Tieri"I
and improved ;
electrical :
invented apparatus Colioll H
-- ----- --- Popular fries Tailors are happy to say, gave us the "go by, I on the work of his countryman Galveni'discoverer n

for which we are truly thankful. of galvanism.

I I .VEST PALM REACH. FLORIDA. --,--- 1775-Charles: Lamb beta.
ITW-Xu-olo rX-anim, famous violinist born I =============
work for the last two weeks
--__- -___ Our job at Genoa. dwd at Sice lfcX! .
u Suits to order, $16 agd $20. has been so rushing. that "e have necessarily 1796-George Peabody, financier and phI ln A Goods
GUY I. died l76t1iarlotte !III Popular Dry Ha
METCALF I been dtla'edith the issues of throput. born in Uanvers. Mass.; !

? EDITOR AND MANAGER. Trousers to order $4 aid he 51"We after ths to be on S Cnshman tragedienne died :| i i
J"i $5. hope j in Boston, borntherel5l6. If
time 18'i1-Rtar Admiral Charles Henry DB m C : } Jacksonville, Florida.V I'
I 8. N. died in Washington; born in Boston i j jWJ7

YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION, $2 Samples and Measuring Blanks The Nighthawk took the mail run this IBM-William T. Stanabnrr. a typesetter on ,:, : i The Leading Dry Goods Ei :

-- -- .. ---- -- sent=')y mail. morning to let the steamer Eclipse off the Baltimore Sun since 1837, died in HaIti .
of would be bidders downto born 1816.
to take a party more; ,

\ the sale of the wrecked bark Loftns 1887-Oeneral of the John Mexican Cleveland and civil Bobmson wars noted veteran : in: the State.

I r -::::::::(: Ifi. at Hypoluxo beach.It aa the "hero of Fort MeHearj." died at :
i. ', #
'} _.
-- ... J Binghamton. N. Y.; aged aa :i
.I. > 17 East Bay Street, The Largest Stock The Newest \
"' .- \ : tl is not a question of tourists now, : 6ty

OO !1 : but where we can put those already This Date In: History-Feb. 19 I, at the Lowest Prices. .:

10-21-97 JACKSONVILLE, FLA. here. Already there are rumors of UB-Xicolaua Copernicus, Polish astronomerwho
To all whom request we will send samples free of i
demonstrated the planetary
...... another big hotel to be put up over on orbits, born in Prussian system Poland; died I5il WE PREPAY Express Charges on all ,d
-- -- -- --- ---- the East Side by Mr. Flagler and also 1718-Admiral Lord Rodney, who DfCUltdBl'it I orders to the amount of 5.00 or Of er,

Time and Place of Services, Special FUN AfiD PACTS. one here in town. Uh supremacy in the West Indies, burn when money accompanies the order
Notices, Week-Day and sunday died 1782. In a de.perate battle in April I
.1 -- KS2, Rodney destroyed a large French fleet I The Best Equipped Mail Order Depa
Meetings. Witty S-yings Inte\l6plJluci With A few of the little ones around town under De (Grease who had been his opponent .

-..- Business Bargains. are suffering from whooping cough or at Yorktown in 17SLKl Write for Samples and Try it. Your Money Back U Gaud Are Net n f t
ratified the ceding floridiLessir
'\ -Spam treaty
t =plG30pal SeJlviees.Fr''I' but these complaints attack -Respectfully- '
-- mumps as William Napier British military hwtonan I ,

Dont forget J. F. OLIVER'S when very lightly in this climate the little died, born I7S5. .
;4 L CiirMt'ffBethesdabytheei.REV. yon want Fancy Groceries. 1877-Admiral Charles H. Bell U. S. N., died
J. X. MrtFosD. Rector. ones are running around and their in New Brunswick. N. J-: born in New I COHEN BROTHERWi!

mammas are not worrying very much York 17b.1891ProfeSliOr.
CivL l'rr.hllES HI.NDHV. Vss't Minitrr.rviee That
you should not take your vic about them. Alexander Wmchell famous :
!* every Sunday morning at u o'clock. tuals in -_ American died at Ann Arbor !
Jour fingers, but geologist
A Ur.ncli wi ran re.'ularly In connection.leaving use your i POPULAR DRY GOODS
Mich.: born in Dntchesa county. i HOW
and bad j
\Vc-4 lM7in Beach city dock at 10:30an- knife like you seethe rest do. Boynton Hypoluxo a joint 1824.! :

at I'.rroiiinl I.>;>. 10 cents.ur.iltv celebration of Washington's Birthdayby 1864-Joseph Keppler famous cartoonist and Jacksonville Florida.

Sc.ool at 3 p. m.IIlurnHI""uU The only war so far is the war of the a dance and supper in the dancing one of the founders of Puck died in NVw I 10-2H-97 ;:

Clematis Avenue Supply Store against hall at Hypoluxo. A fine time is re roll York of city:Maryland; born 18,::&who Miss claimed Anna Ella to have Lai I .......................... :

OF ST. AXDREW.-Meet* onI high prices. ported. We expect our correspondents; originated the idea ot a campaign against: .........:
-- fort Itanelsun la died -"'"
d Be Sccr.-t ",..! Fourth \\ Ine. I That, if you trust to luck, will THEY SAT-
t., AsT9oNC.JR.L. t.Secretary.HISDRV..Director.W. generally find him late. you all about it next week. Date In Historv-Feb. 20. I That there teems to b i

..,-- -,---,- _.. 1364-Voltaire originally That some folks can't tell the difference detailed to tike can of dg& 3
Watch and jewelry repairing by first This is gala week on the East Side Francois Marie Arctic>. ed with fool parents.
11 M. E. Church, South. French writer born at between what they think and what
class workmen, and guaranteed, at and lie excellent!! pro.. 'am p ov 'led! by Chatenay France: died know. That when a cooditk: *ej|

1 "iCt'oi:1'1! h- held in the Knfht: of P>'lh. Idoer & Son's. Manager Sterry of :he Poirn.Ma.ia and 177H. they I I confronts you it's tit
c {:. Hall on llir First. Third and Fourth Sundays Inn, has furnished abundant 'nterest and 171&-David Garnet famous That a great many men would like to hustle.

1I ct each m .II:1J *t u a. m. awl 7-30 p. m. Every I That man is the only unfossi.ized remains in actor and dramatist born sell their experience at less than cost
amusement lor tie guests. This Hereford England; died
4 oujcorjljiltr.vitH: to attend. "1 was glad of the post glacial period. p-om r.i9.1T72baac. That Christmas coaatgf
winB tbcv ?,.!.! ii"to me. let us go into the house ises to be the mot succei'fnl season: Chaancey Amen7 f That, no matter how many minds! ofgreat for which

..!''II' I,('t'." Ker..1. 1:. WALKER, Pastor Fur Airy Rooms, Clean Beds and a ever enjoyed by the hotel management. can commodore born in n. Gnhl men run in the same channel, the I many are truly feaj
Black Rock, Conn.: died BOROUGH. II That you might u weB W&6
---- Good Table, be sure to stop at the New VeM. channel never overflows.

Ever.l.ig Star Lodge, No. 46, Seminole Hotel Geo. Zapf, Manager. Three train arrivals from the North : l784-John Ellis Wool,.general, born in Sew- That, to mind your own business is a a lead pencil with a pitraf

Knights of Pythias, Open all the year. and three from the South give us a passenger iboa.iaC&Rear burg.. N. Y.: ; died in Troy X. Y.. SOT. llX habit hard to acquire. I stan in business withotti

service these days that certainlytu That we will hare
to li&ft]
4e4-e.tV FiiJay Nlshtat7oop.ra.standanV'bitDK Admiral Louis .Jtaleshertes Golds-
,....... : : bnlhers cordially invite That you have a right to follow your oishes accommodations for the trav borough C. 8. N.. born in Washington; That, when one woman wants to get of their next boat net to bsMy

Cx-l't "all over 1'ublic School Building. own religion, if it don't lead you into elling public, especially when, taken in died there Js77.JfflO even with another she makes fun of I Harvard or Yale istbebetto
J.A.PrGnCC. bad behaviour. -Andreas Eofer, Tyrolese patriot shot by her dressmaker.
connection with four steamer institution.
weekly arrivals the French.
;. ,
\VinvnYER K. of R & S.
j-4-97 and four departures, via the W-Joaeph Home, British &tate&Illan died; That, the rougher the water, the
The Clematis Avenue Supply Store is born 1777.lasCommodore. riskier the That the idiocy of sooe p
Indian sailing.
River service.Nurseryman ,
the only place in town where Summer's Stephen Champlin. one of the fault of their childres.
For County Treasurer. Fancy Butter can be had in one pound the heroes of Perry's victory on Lake Erie, That some of the suits of the tourists:
died in Buffalo; born in Rhode bland 17&L That some college grid
prints. John B. Beach had some 1868 can be beard clear over to Nassau. ; ;
-General Pierre Gostave Toutant Beaore0nri
The following explains itself : -- of his Indian River strawberries on exhibition famous American soldier and Confederate i t go to school

I WEST PALM BEACH, Ha. That building the Egyptian pyramidswas over at the Royal Poinciana I army leader, died at New Orleans That, if money talks, they must have That the toadst.ol coseesii]
born New Orleans 1818. a noisy time Over at the big hotels.
Feb. just wasting heaps of fine building ; near
19,1898. Pharmacy last week, which were more 188&-Frederick Douglas died at Washington; mushroom very much Eat
Pursuant to call the Democratic Execnth.e stJne. than a surprise to all who saw them, born 1817. That the wild waves can't say a thing with merit. -

F Committee of Dade now-too many women on the beach.
of the
County met some berries
Boat building done right at home, in actually being over That, in some hotels JOB j
7, to-day at II a m. Present J, A. the most approved manner, good workmanship an inch and a half in diameter, one This Date In History-Feb 21. That a real lady is always a lady. you want and take ftifr

McDonald, Chairman; E. H. Dimick, I and at living prices. Call on making four bites. This is a variety ol lS96-Bobert Southwell poet, executed at Ty That, to tax bachelors, would be pun brings.

and W. L. \Vidme\er. Represented by : Capt. A. T. Rose. Mr. Beach's own propagation and surelya burn; born 15tiO. ishing men for the women's sins.

prosy, W. A. Filer, Otto Styptnan, and fine one for this or l Benedict. da Spinoza philosopher died That some people ip
any country. born
That, nowadays, to find out what iITUMrs. That the fellows at the top never with relatives
W. Shone. to keep k is]
J. By motion, W. L. \Vid.L -- -- Anne Grant,Scotch author of "Let
work is, get out of a job. ters From the Mountains make rom for those who are trying toget vice
meyer was elected Sec'y. A creditable exhibit of the products of born; died bx versa. I
: 1816 Ebenezer there.
Bockwood Hoar, distinguished'
Chairman McDonald stated that the Florida should be made at the Trans. American jurat born in Concord. Mdas.. That some folks drea I"

object of the meeting was for the ban FOR SALE-About 75 Black Langs- Mississippi and International Exposition died there Jan. 31, IsSo. That Jonah was treated vice versa by cause they think it u iTh.it aitii4
purpose hens
at a bargain. Call onV.. R. 1824: -Eugene de Beauharnais, stepson of Napoleon the sailors and the whale.
of naming a County Treasurer to Mo-s, opposite bank. West Palm Beach at Omaha, Nebraska, to attract cap- and duke of Leuchtenberg died; burn some other folks fell .,

fill the unexpired term of J. F. Lamond, Florida. 2.10 ital and home seekers to this State. In 1761. That, if the doctor amputates one of because they think it ,,

whose resignation had been sent to the the judgment of those who claim to l&il-Kobert Hall, learned and eloquent Bap your legs he will make up for it by a sifl

Governor and That soap and water has caused manya know, the and 1848-John tist preacher, died; born 1764. pulling the other. That most of us dress 6&f
accepted, to take effect Trans-Mississippi International Quincy Adams. toxth president if .
: man to lose a great deal of ground. the United Mates, died ever, because we have BO kttrt
April 1st. J&) Exposition will be second onlyto in Washington That anyone may know how to hold a
born in Braintree, Mass. -
L I Bmotion, Mr. E II. Dimick was No need te send away from home for the Columbian Exposition in the advantages ISS-Ei'Governor Benjamin F Prescott it baby, but only a man knows how to That clothes no more wit*j .

I 1 lIuu"linaled and chosen by the unanimous any boats when Capt. A. T. Rose can offered this state to draw capital New born lb&Hampshire, died at Epping N. H.; hold a woman. than paint does the house. ,-''

4 vote of the Committee. build you one as fine or as cheap as yon I and people this way.-Gainesville That, if some folks thoughts That no man knows hot fell ;

i There being no further business, committee want. See him, and place your order. Sun. This Date In History-Feb 22 active as their feet, they would be were quite as travel till he begins to go A t.*ii

adjourned to meet again uponcal The intelligent.That -- -.--- -a J![
I of Chairman. That you have no right to say die aquatic spurts at the Casino on 1732: -Birth of Washington.

; till you are dead-and then it's too Monday lau were Itoes-ed by a large B78 Rembrandt Peale celebrated among a tramp is a man who does What Others Say DoC' =
\v. \ViDMEYER American painters born in Bucks .11.--
county "
late. throag of people. Capt. and Mrs. Pa. ; wed 11OO. nothing six days in the wet'k and rat
-- West Palm Beach, LW uJ.:
_e_ Sec'y. Allen's fancy maneuvers in the water 1H9-James Russell Lowell poet author and Sundays. -----I on
i 1 WANIED to PURCHASE FLORIDA were frequently diplomat born in Cambridge, Mass.; died I three hundred miles sootl tf Pville. .,
Ii Canal applauded. The Captain's IILJIIDBattle! That it takes '
Not Yet Accepted. a woman's
PKUIU'IUY. influence !
-Persons farms *
owning or to on the Florida East 0*
Ii :i -- ... wintti homes, send full description and sack feat, of being tied up in a of Buena Vista, Mexico and defeat make a man amount to .
anything. It is '
a of fifteen btaia
of Santa town
i' : The canal between Jupiter and Lake price to J. V. Bond, Box 181, Dayton, sack, hands and feet tied together, and American volunteers Anna's under Mexican General army Zuch by That the fruit of bwtek
industry will tants with substantial
Olio. then nevergive
I Worth was inspected by Senator E. N. pitched into the water going to ary Taylor. The watchword of the Amen
I cans wan "the you dyspepsia. some of brick, comfortaBJ ( f
I Dimick and George Lainhart of the bottom, and there extricating himself memory of Washington
Palm That, next to the of God 1848-Uprising in Paris
peace comes ; beginning of the revo That the of bank, two kebdgJ
wi hout ad marriage a football newsptpm,
Beach was most
on December 24, who certified successfully lotion against Louis Philippe. player '
earthly independence. l85-5ir Charles is jumping off of the pubic schools, churches &&
.I that the Canal Company had fully com accolllpli..hed.'aruos: other aquatic Lyell. eminent geologist gridiron into the

plied with the State feats by different ones were features of died; born KV fire. curbed streets, waterworks i'
specification I Rungh Lumber Chl'ap.-A few carloads 6-EdIo'&r WiUon Xye, the popular American 'ton

: This action was taken because the
Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement b;: s'JIJ'l'ry low.-G. F. Paddison & 1S5L HaagachibetU Ex-Governor George D. Robinson ..,t everything English, even the lan the west edge of the toIL t
Co K;ni Galhe. Fla. 2 10 tf. The following trom an exchange shows died at Chicopee; born ISJi guage. of the town is beautiful,raisff*
not consider it ad.
----- the consistency of some men: "A man from the I'JtI
I east of Uk
usable snore
to appoint an engineer to report That, in life insurance you die to win came in the other day and stopped his This Date In History-Feb. 23. That the new woman needs a smaller altitude of the I1

to them on the work, and the Canal I the for else 1l1.>>-SIf Thomas head, no corsets and bigger shoes. 52 feet above
game someone paper. Said he, 'We all like your paper, Wyatt, leader // distance of feet frog *'
Company it of 2,500
thought prudent to have the "Wyatt's rebellion."be That
my wife and children can hardly get. headed born V-N, Cupid himself has better and thence *
testimony of I ; 15JX) gradually desees *
two prominent citizens of Sen.l tur Butterick Pattern Sheets to along without it, but times are too hard ISC-Samuel Pepys, famous r' 1'\; than to marry. $*
Dade County to the fact that the State Mrs..M. Macdonald, Agent, Jacksonville for his"DIary." born died i'. fresh'Iter lake on the w*
and ;
Fla. we cannot afford it. An hour later 17J3. I That hugging a delusion tug srf
requirements were fully complied itb. : \C- 5'BfiftStanialaus and a sum- excellent drainage B
he was in a saloon treating friends and I of mer girl
Poland ? are about the f
It would be as wtll for yachtsmen and died; born 16T7 1K same thing. a desirable place, not 01.1"

others to note that the cau:.>l is not yet That immortality is the only sure cure spent over one dollar. Then before he 1792-Sir Joshua EeynoldA fa 1jJ.'i( / That if you frown at a mirror, it residence but for an "anilt1l"homeSouUlern !
lelt for
for folly I home he invested in forty cents moW painter died tBaillie won't .
: : born reflect
to the a smile roaM
I open public, a:*it has not been accepted -- -- --, --- ---, worth of l :!a. ;
chewing tobacco, a J0ASSA
by the State. I'arties cruising in this 61-Joanna poetess. frIend That the world is much .4'WI -
i vicinity can quart of whiskey and other luxuries, and the of b.,1t very like a ,
t Steamers over sixty feet in length areposituely get everything in the Bakery as well as London wed al Hampstead, near mirror in this respect. NotlIflT
and still times were too hard to afford a ; born 1&.t I Are
I not permitted to Grocery Line at Clematis Avenue Supply 1870-Anson
pass through Burhnpame, That all I
Store. paper for his wife and children." American diploma drints taste better I
I the canal without a special permit from with tit who ChIna.negotiated died the BurlIngame treaty bight tumblers. out of '', More than 6m applictti Fare '
at bt.
: I the Canal Company.-Titusville Advo I 11&7Fatal: .' Petersburg: born i being received for infor**
I That immortality never dies. Hundreds of i That a woman will ':
I cate. people gathered on the and make a
destructive century
I earthquake cerning Florida from
--- ---
I e .. ball grounds Tuesday afternoon to witness southern Europe; central in run and not be strong enongh to do
II 11, ,, point in Italy her
: ri'iest ;
I Bu nun's > L 'ie line i f Hats. 2U.OUU people made homeless housework. I intending settler fl 1
> Prospects. and
the ball
i .. A k .'1- >..KK.\: :> BAZAAR.: game between the waitersat valued at JlU.UUU.UUU destroyed death property, printed has far bet
olli matter so
the Inn and those of the ciaUy reported in That a .
-- Poinciana. Italy Tli pugilist .
I In aconier>aUod withV.. 11. Cox, I 1881- ener J Hubert I; may swing as good a tomevtthedeand. and .**
I That Jersey mosquitoes will soon be In all previous games this season tbeInn's McAllister noted Union fist as any of them, and j
Bojnton's Po.hIldotl'rhl'n f.1"1" Belvldtre. S. yet not be much and **
he was in J.; born now is, fairly reprwest
have ix
sharpening their bills and trimmingtheir beaten their opponents, but George Davis who on the write. .
town the other day. he backs everything general of the Southern was attorney several section of the SUtt III"
) whiskers. yesterday the tide of Battle took a decided in Confederacy, wed That the rJ..J
our regular Wilmington X. C circumstances "
correspondent there says turn and the Poinciana's walked ; born Uaa over which counties and t.xaliues1hat'

A about the fine appearance of the truck Bargain in Real Estate all we have no contror often wear dresses. represented are i ml"inl' nI1 tIfI
-300 acres, over the Inu's.t the end of the fourth This Date In
farms in that vicinity and says that J3. inning the score was 16 to in favor History-Feb. 24, That some people live like birds, ity to aJ'Irtl their t4fIIIIFloridi..n.
of on
I i they all expect to make big money off of 80 acres half mile from Hypoluxo. the 5 1468-nIohn Oatenberg.inventor what they can pick .
; their 220 acres near south fork St. Lucie Poinciana's. They haven't had of prtnting, died in Mains4 up. ...- -
vegetables this season. He claimshe born That
about one
River. much chai.ce to cheer I4uu. advantage
i heretofore, but a bachelor
and his neighbor Chase have 1984--George Frederick has The ferry buN neSii ha
the| For dither information Han over a benedict
writeG. is
yesterday they gave vent to all their del the great that he is not
I to finest tomato patches in the F. PADDISOX. musical composer tied. mar- much latel.v that even the
Sl'ttle-I born
surplus energies and we wouldn't be ; died 1759. ..
J ment. He has shipped shipped some 2 17 3t Eau Gallic, Fla. surprised 1093! -James Quin famous Eng inole and Be-,,.ie were p-t .
f I if they were heard as far south as I lish actor, born died ''f'IJ That a woman in love ..
i thinks
; ITdtt. this -
twenty-five or thirty crates of fine Miami \ hers is week anti severaltneuctil *<
I K36-Robert the
I That _________ Lord dive the only man; .
tomatoes already. and has hardly more than one winter tourist conqueror of Bengal born; .',.t. running. It JooU'-

:.f started shipping From the looks of seeuis to have nothing better to do thanto Xo prett'er s'jjbt can be foun.l in the I ITSfr-Carto died 1771. CAlU.tJ Ru.A. That the man sincerely hopes he is. the most of the nettle .110 c I

things that neighborhood now. he play nursery girl to a dog.KierHnj whole: lauil than ib.it viewed from the of the !-Creal Bonaparte em"--r---.. ..,.....,father.a......_....;, L.ourn_PART_1-/11._ That., to let him- t---- .-.'.-... "..t-,<_: L uilsa nding over in a-boat to wa?*

il; says no one would suspect they had had I II lull house uu Me Lnle i; oa almo.t an\ 12L-hobeit hon, died Fulton. pIoneer st"llDl Dan.a; a wife will always tell it to her husband.secret the bridge and yet the .,

'II an) cold weather, much less a freeze I ) yniHsj dt reduced prices at eHnio,; IU :uc ", ed;. L'jokin;.: north /, .counly, Fa.m, 1783 Sew York; born ba Lan""r That the only way for instead of falling off. U aIi0! t

not two months, ago. He reports evervthmg '- : IRKIX S I-\Z.\-\R.: and south WI e seethe Lake duttdl with ; l824eorge William CluUa born in Pr09i anything is to let Cupid a woman to hit crease, which all goes l\0"-" ,

I anti evervboiiv in a- good or betur |I sailing crari and launches, tieighted l 4-Colonel deuce; thud John 1alr..JL That life is aim her bow. I are a great many more pcofe"I
coml.lion than ever betore, and crops !I[I That taking the will for the deed may with gay parties to the east the beautiful cuished Huguenot family,of a tk ihitiO! eternit}. really a parenthesis In usual-that's all

more promising, all of which is good:!.i be all right, but it is:;a.!est to take the Royal Poiucana towering above its i lO.therner New York and U-Confederate proJnU1t,41e, died -- ,

news" that we report with pleasure. I I, deed and have it recorded.To I shrubbery and cocoanut grove surround- ; 1896-General Clt Joseph; born B. 1.Carr 111 That lif.-s highest purpose we geneI' Sunday the lit .md EdIPI'
a ally
ings lit up in the evening by parti Cnlon veteran died 10 Troy N.promUlellt Y. charter by T. Tip'onof Redto 11
; burn
along the Lake will find it' Colored I
electric i
I to their interest and convenience toj I Let lights, and to the \\e"t. I -Henry C. Bowen, editor and ocSZSFssi bret'ches, but about twenty d"walOnc-aIII.;

patronize James Bird, the Ice man, who !I A five-room ward the flourishing town of West Palm lit the -New yJlk lndepeOdlD\'w Proprietor died victims of the bark Loftus at Unot'
furnished cottage to let for Beach, artistic Brooklyn burn 1.13- 111 breaches to tJ"
an of
will deliver ice
I regularly by boat. the winter. I surrounding that it is promise. take a look at other point I

i I from the Nicely located,; one block difficult to find the equal of, and one That society never that ItlCalit,. A good I.. '" I

Su :::ri a iOr: rh Sun. box 125, West passenger Palm depot.Beach. Inquire of that.it is beyond our poor pen to portray after he is married. notches a man till was one of the priacipaJ rc ,I
It -
must be seen to be appreciated. That the I i trip and one that wU lad I
t.t t. Try THE
SUN finding "
for Job Work. colonize a desert of gold there will duly appreciated by i2l

or an iceberg. I I'
t good time was had gel1t'
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