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: March 3, 1898
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
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System ID: UF00075915:00241
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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THllltHtH Hint MS,cwoU'iAW f *.ry rear. FLORIDA MARCH 1 VOLUME XII XO.
tt' C.a.INW tteM THE TfePICA1 SUN.M:*: tens 1ie6] WEST PALM BEACH, BADE COUNTY 3 1898 3.

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tire the CORRESPONDENCE wing, not only now by the original first TOWN TOPICS.
PERSONAL PICKINGS. party left Tuesday evening on HERE AND THERE. COIJNTY ,

south bound train for Miami, Key West ---- discoverers-there are others. -- -

People a. They Come and G*-People Vou and Tampa. Scraps of Xtws About This and That and Inlere The B. was on the LaiWorth
"Mary i
lit, or May Not Know. Different Things. Throughout the County. From Other Sources.
Miami this
Mrs. Frank was from and
up ways a few days for cleaning ,
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ale week looking after her Boston! store -- repainting
to U Attorney J. T. Sanders was visiting I business here. Belts, 15 to 60 cents.-Anthony Bros. HYPOLUXO: HAPPENINGS.I Souvenir goods cheap-Anthony Bros.

town Monday on business. --- The launch Pinta is now running for
A conservatory is on the programbe to Elegant line of new shirts.-Anthony
--- Capt. W. II. Sanders has been acting built over on the Flagler denies We believe in equal rights to all, spec. Gale and Co. again, Willie Gale having Bros.

stifle Our Chinese laundryman left yeste: as engineer for the electric light plant this summer.J. ial privileges to none. charge of her.

day for San Francisco going via several nights this week. The City Council held their regular

Key West.Will C. Lauther has had the sidewa The launch Victor continues to make The steamer Gladys is now in ruoniog meeting Tuesday night, but no special

,tellkft Col Frank W. Hall came down from: repaired, new shutters put on his build. daily trips to Palm Beach. order, and made a trial trip down the business was transacted.

Armstrong[, Jr., has accepte his winter camp at Lake Worth yesterday ing and otherwise improved his property Lake and back Wednesday.The --
a position in the gent's furnishing di/ If any one doubts that this town is
just to watch this town grow. corner of Olive and Banyan Streel Fred. Meyers is making frequent --
partment of Anthony Bros. ---- .. shipments of tomatoes from the Island steamer Eclipse comes in very: growing, all they have to do is to come ;
--- A steam railroad is to be built over on and here and catch her in the act. '
Wti, Mrs H Wolf, of Miami, arrived i in -- -- handy Sunday nights in carrying us

1.ft D. McCnen was appointed night police the city Sunday, and is the guest of her the East Side, this summer, from the :Mrs.: I. I. Hardy and master Rolat towing our boats home from church. The heaviest rain of the season fell

by the mayor Saturday last to serve till her daughter, Mrs. Max Sirkins. Inlet down, probably as far as O. P. went to Palm Beach Saturday shoppin{. this morning, but as much again would

!_, the council makes a permanent appoin Bingham's Figulus residence. About - Services were held in the !'Chool
do three times as much good.
tnent. John Anderson is a guest at the Ea all the right of way is reported secure Mr. A. W. Garnett is adding greatly! house Wednesday night, Rev. J. R.

C. W. Bingham arrived back from[ man house who is interested in this the company formed, the charter draw to the appearance of his house, appl Walker, of the M. E. Church South i in An Anatomical Mu eum gave an exhibition

Cleveland and will spend the balanc country ad its products, and may local up, and arrangements are being made irg a coat of paint.A charge Tuesday and yesterday in one

dlf! here to begin work as soon as possible, so as of the stores in the Sex building.
of the season with his son Oliver atFiguJus. permanently.Pat The Nighthawk is running the Dlail
to have everything ready for lIext:: flag has been erected upon the )Ia-
Lennon, over on the East Sid< season. nalapan cottage which adds consider so as to give the Eclipse a chance to Next Tuesday is the day for the

T. M. Stewart and wife, of Peekskil, says if any of the tourists want alligators i -- ble to the appearance of same. handle the boating parties that are !O March meeting of the School Board

riftJHi X. Y., who are stopping over on the EastSide he has a few left, and if anyone will buy Some of the papes are severely cri numerous now. -- which will be held at the schoool house

were interested visitors in tow his place, he will throw the 'gators in. icising that class of business men who Mr. M. Lane, one of the firm ot M; W. A. Avery and wife, Mrs. F. L. 40. this city. _

Monday. can see no benefit from advertisingThe Lane& Son, of New York,was here last; Knhns, and Miss Rose Sanders, of Mat- i J. D. Ruffin, formerly with D. M.

Vice-Pres. J. R. Parrott, Supt. R. S. editor of one of our exchanges S3).S: week. The truckers were very favorably and Miss Lanette Harris, of :
t E .U. S. Deputy Collector of Custom, Goff and Land Commissioner J. E. Ii that he !stepped into the store of a man impressed with his appearance. gonia, Pitts Islan GeauriJeau, has opened a barbershopfor
Riviera picknicked at <
Elgin F. Curry left Monday for Mian who did not advertise, and was surprised himse'f in the little shop next toWhidden's
graham, of the F. E. C. Ry., were guests ---- Wednesday.C. .
but expects to return the latter part of of the Poinciana at dinner last night. to find him busy The merchant hail Shipments of beans and tomatoes are market.

the week. --- the itch and a Waterbury watch, and i still going forward. Some beans have I. Cragin, of Reve d'Ete,was calf e! ---

Dr. J. A. Pugh, the dentist, has returned when the was not scratching he was brought #4.00 a crate, but they were poc to Leroy, Fla., Monday, by a telegiai I Will Whidden has put such a good

P. Brown, Hypoluzo's prominent ,'eg- from his attendance at the Si winding his watch. stock and even at that price there i i is from there announcing the serious ill. board walk in front of his house' that

etable grower was in town yesterda Augustine meeting of the Souther money in beans. 1ss of his father, who is spending the some of his neighbors are followingsuit.

h of on his business connected with the shipping Branch of the National DentalAssocia- The !score brought in, from the shooing '" winter at that place. Let ihe improvement go on.

crop. tion. grounds over at Palm Beach yeste Fishing was never Letter in Lake Os, -- ---

S. P. Harbison and wife and Henr) -- day show some very good shooting. Out borne as W. P. Carroll and Mr. Thomas Capt. H. P. Dye has sold a great many; The_latest report on the street' 'now is

I SI Phipps, Jr., wife and two daughter C. A. Robinson, of Ankona, has bee: of a possible 25 Mr. Parker killed 23 M3I. : was over to the Lake Thursday and "Indian River oranges" raised on his that a good roomy hotel is to be .put"up

leave the last of the week for a trip to elected by the Directors and Executiv Swain 23, Mr. Munger 21, Mr. Brc caught 150 pounds in a few hours mostly own place, to tourists and the hotel here in town this summer, with room

Jamacia. going via Key West Committee as Yice-President of the Indian kaw 21, Dr. Karsner: 21Mr. Gates 20 and I black bass. __ and stores over on the East Side, and A both single and en suite for rating pur-

;.- River & Lake Worth Pineappl Mr. Hoyt 20 The wiud was blo>vin I. I. Hardy made his first shipment of M. Wilder and Capt. M. E. Spence poses only. __ _

Mrs. Will Richards, wife of Eden' Growers' Association, vice C. L. Me- very stron ,1II3kin it quite difficult to trans Irom here Monday. They hay have also disposed of quite a few, al The new store building and one of the

;, Carty, resigned. hit the birds. The first lady to her and bit as Whilldin is having
try Wilnion
i. most prominent pineapple grower, spen been grow n since the frost of Jan 1st, and raised on Lake Worth every cottages that

a few days last week here as the goes Judge P. White, of Quincy, pat.ed skill this season was Mrs. W. M. Swain are of fine quality, and he expects a big: sweet and big as those raised up on the put up are beginning to show up in fine

l of Miss Alice Bell Armstrong, leaving and she shot remarkably well killing t5 for them River. -- shape, and work on the other cottages
up the line last week on his way from price
fur home Monday morning. and missing 10. is under
Lemon City and Snake Creek. At the ---- Col. L. S. Calkins, of Los Angeles, ----

.\f' C. W. Bingham and son, Oliver P latter point Mr. White is extensively interested The last three innings of the prize ba' Capt. W. II. Moore has seven acres ii in Cal., who has been stopping wtih, Col Private coaches of railroad and other
that ready to beg
in fruit culture and has a ver aiteruoo tomatoes are now F. \\'. Hall over on the East Side, wen! magnates are arming ;nd departing on
l with all the was played yesterday
together present Figulu: game from, The captain will, will
fine citrus besides a valuabl shipping down to town It stay a lew days to keep almost train. Everybody wantsto
party, Cook a trip to Miami yesterday to grove at 1'2Jm Beach and the luu's were the every
good luck from now on, prone;
truck( farm. airs from getting
the 16 to 12 m his Metropolitan : come and see us and most of them
I being
visit the balance of their party that ii --- lucky team, score enough to meet all his necessities am
shack was
cruising in that vicinity on the sharpie Joe Jefferson does not forget his friend their favor. They played a very goo. have: some left for his grand children.Mr. I rusty. Possibly comfortable palmetto, and he was getting stay as long as they can.
most too
"Ina. even when down ;n Florida Last week! game a>*d won the prize, 150. There was I -- -
homesick for his California hacienda Services at St. Ann's Church Sundayis
he had the firm oi Reynolds & Hull pad a large crowd of spectators present am. Coodey. of Titusville, came clown
Dwight A. Allen the new Deputy U if he could fimi and m
and went to town to tee usual Mas sermon at 10 a ;
and ship to his friend Grover Clevelama the Inn sympathizers were very enthusiastic i- on the launch Victor Saturday evening
S. Custom officer at this point left Monday a substitute for it. Sunday School at 3 p. m.; and Lecture
box of fine fish of his own catching in their applause.: At the close n I He is stopping with Capt. Yuss and has
for Miami where he will look after -- and Bereviction of the Blessed Sacrament
the President a fill h the game the Inn team shouldered thei of the bark Lofthus for Mr. OHer. -
Probably gave charge has
matters there while F. M. Featherlythe Mrs. Josiah Sherman, of Riviera, at 7.30 p. m. There will also be
lite of Princeton the arrivaf pitcher and ca.cher and carried then check the lumber it is
Fry to the t: on \' lie will as
Ifeputy there, goes to Key West foi secured space in the Omaha Exposition early Mass at 6 ... m. at the Royal
examination the shipment.Mr. triumphantly home with banners iljin; taken off the ship. It has not been full] of
and intends to send samples pineapple E'oiuciana.
n while the crowd shouted and sang song decided just what steps will be taken to j-ai and jelly and orange and lemon -

Captain A. Russell, ot the quarantine M. M. Armstrong one of the loin Df every description. As a wind up tithe unload the lumber up to this time. jo'ly of her own make, to show whatone Services at the Congregational church

steamer Germ, stopped over in tour iana's season guests has proven hiuisel celebration of theirictorv the Pain confections can be made out of theLiuds next Sunday at the usual hours. Communion

Tuesday night to see his nieces, Mesdames pile a famous hunter. Last Monday hi Beach Inn team were given a big dance< The combination ball given in Hypo of fruit we raise here, and to com services; and reception of mem-

i} Oeo. S. Adams and C, C. Houston Kent on a trip to the Everglades an last[ night in the club room of their quar luxo by the citizens of oth this :own Mete the list she would be pleased tc bers. Christian Endeavor, led by Mis

,'1,< and left for Lemon City, where he while there shot an alligator that ineas- lers. -- --- and Boynton on Wa"hingtun'Birthd.lY have of the ladies who have some Lulu Au ;;etiue, Subject "What: is a
PL has properly interests, yesterday morn. ured 12 feet and 7 inches. Mr. Arm, was a perfect success The hal! was ful : : Profitable Sabbath?" Exodus 20-8-11.
Mrs. Pendleton entertained the nice jam, marmalade and jelly 01
; ; "X- !trong is i ready to prove this storv as lit: and all enjoyed themselves until the guava Isaiah 58514. Evening worship at 7:30
Circle with a musicale on Monday other or confections, te
is having the monster mounted by Mr late hour of two o'cWk, and in tht my 'clock. All are cordially invited to at-
Mrs. Chatles Wright, of Detroit, whc leini. It is needless to remark upon the ful join with her in making as full and fine
[ meantime refreshments were served end.;
ha been spending the winter at Wild- : attendance, for two such attractions a" i display as possible of the resources of ---- -
After hal freely thtre
wool Cottage, left for her home Monday' THE Sl'N has just this week received Mr... Pendleton and music would remit r everyone partaken I his sectum in that line. R..v. Hiram Houston of Dorchester,
twelve baskets of fragments gath
sad of the death of \\'. G. Lews conclusion Miss lien was -- ed iu the Congregational
morning, much to the regret of the the news hat a foregone similar circumstance. i Mass., preacl
: many friends she m-.de while stopping of Chicago, president of the Florida! ling read an article on Sir Arthur Sul "Veni. udiici" can now be en- hurch iu this city last Sunday morning,

here, all f whom look forward to her I'ineapple Co., owner of the largest pine, ivan, giv ing a sketch of his early hfaiusic.il ... with a few improvements, will takt Jra\'t'lun Major A. J. Kirk wood's e* giving a very interesting discourse and

: coming next winter. apple plantation in this State and locatedust education and his earlier aDd place next Friday night. The LantanaI'.ontjn utcheon. It was not a theon, but a me greatly enjoyed by all who had the

! below the town ot West Palm Beach later successes. Miss Harris rtmlert. and Hypoluxo string band -omlition that confronted him the other Measure of Hearing it. Dr. Houston p

Deputy Sheriff Pat Lennon, of Lake :Mr. \\'. C. Ott, of Chicago, succeeds Mr. :everal piano solos with nerve and esression. ',- sill furnish the -music. Horning just as he was coming out of vas pastor of the church that postmaster 4

f Worth, was in town the latter part of Lewis as president of the company. :Mr Miss Grace Dobsou gave se-;. he: south gate at Reved'Ete. Of course J. C. Stowers used to attend in his

( last week, which may account for the Ott is owner of steamer lines on Lake- :ral musical recitations, and t.> cunclui'i' Last Thursday, notwithstanding the the major, as usual, rose to the occasion. ,rounger days. ___
rain the,, fell, was a very busy dayi
j' noticeable quietness in this vicinity Michigan and Lake Superior anti one ol Mrs. Maddock sang a beautiful solo tight \li.tleskillfulstaff play, winding up r;
i the Hypoluxo Beach. The auction The memorial services at the Congre-
; about those days. He his he best known business men of the Her exquisite contralto voice never with the coup de grace, and another
reports and fit. ational Church in this city lost Sunday
sale of the bark Lofthus, cargo, that al- ;
North \\'est. sounded sweeter than when singing will be added to
reat ruphy L
tomato patch Inr.king well and prospects ; lings begun about two o'clock, with light in honor of Miss Francis E. Wil-
his lovely English Out of regaHI] ready deck the walls of his "den" in his
good for a big crop, but that a who died in New York,
The lard recently
N. S. Major
of the new attractions at 1'.lm 1 lot Maj. Boynton cryer. Further
little rain woud amiss. One to the large amount of work yet to uninur icsidence at Chicago.
not come lid. seemingly as well as though he was wai in every way appropriate and the
-- leach which every one admires, is the inisheil for the approachini, bazaar, tl,t" lurticulars will be given to all'ollt'ho

; E. F. Haiues is hack again and will!! little Wry at Palm Beach Inn who is adies voted to omit the LUtrary meet I brought: up with the mallet in his hand; ees fit to call on the major at his manor nest ever held here. Several of her
iis solil lots of gootls in a short time. ixoritehymns were beautifully sung, j
blc'cle.Ve ;
probably remain some time, if not per.utanently. lilting{about on tiny :ng next Monday. I ust above Lake Worth.
the e\eral of our home l boys laid in a sup- and the sermon was eulogistic and apt,
a lon't think we stretching story I -- -
Since leaving here he has matt -
sathat the wheels are about Quite an extensl\"epurchase was I ply of sugar, rice, barley, beef, fish, I but, though well worthy of publication,
lictn out to Arizona, and since his return when we Tuesday by one of our Palm tie wholly
smallst i lour sea bread tnolasjf canned goods cannot be given, as was
of silver dollar. It is the -
from there he has received word that he sue a Mr. F. Van Alden Evert. 01 ,' -
; ; and lot of The church was nicely
Palm Beach. cooking uteusels, including a ; xtetnporaneous.
his son Jessie, whom he left in Tucson, bicycle ever seen at of 1'ittsburg's cpular young men wIi" Washington's' Bir-hday Regatta audience
this miniature wheel isthe : I ire arms that went cheap pieparatory, ecorated and a good sized was
had shot himself through the left hand The owner of stopping at the Roy al Poiuciaaa. iien. hat was postponed to March 2, came in attendance.
jresuminjjly, of going to Cuba. If any i
little daughter fIr.. and Mrs RS
with a revolver while prospecting./ ;\ finding time hanging heavily i off yesterday afternoon and was participated -

pite of such bad luck, Jess sends word i. Monger, of Birmingham, Ala., whore ds hands ami not bciug a goli enthu > i nan did not fet anything itas his in by quite a number of boats Owners of town property have cause

that he prefers prospecting in the mild sojjuruing at the Inn. Slie is a very st, concluded that he would enjoy big !; own antI some Unit tor left.there was enough for all Their names: and time has not been to feel in good spirits The outlook for tg

climate of Arizona to the frigid one of fiue rider aid )staling a spin wisher owner of a water craft, consequent! t> ..--- united in to us. so we cannot give a a substantial and rapid growth of the

Alaska. papa very much. She is about four : Ill' purchased the naptha launch Trna t : ill rep rt of the races We have ity was never more bright. Buoyancyin

)ears old and has been riding during I f the Flagler fleet. He co templal M\\CUUA lrrTEIU\GS. earned, however, that in the principal is the air, ail town lots are being
D. T. Gerow, Standard Oil Co.. Agent months. She is the ob.servd I sold his
R. Mos
for tht' past J king niauy an excursion: during 1 I ice, Commodore C. J. Claik's "Canvas- ought. Mr.f.
the of and
States Georgia
Florida .. of all observers and is pronounced a I I'j isit here. Doubtless hi.friemls w i iI I little more threatening weather, but lack" came in winner. The course was Lake lot Wednesday for *4a> cash,
Alabama with headquarters at Jacksonville
was down Tuesday in the interestof ronderful little bicyclist. I \rust by his acquisition, abe will ne !IIl'oml'"n i to rain of any account yet. ;;outh from the city dock and its length Ir. C eo. Maltby being the buyer. A

-.a. to make his plea-ure cumplei las nine miles.The wind was so stiff osy cottage will lie built on this lot.
his company. C. 1-:. Powell, in chargeof tllt'l'tul thicken Irs. Get>. ti. Adams, and daughter, I front lot t
trUttuw Knowlton sold his Lake
The Truant is the best launch m the Fl rom 51Ihat: all the boats had to reef 'Squire
the naptha department of the same VoH-efnim the IIlhli.Tllltt'; good: itbll II xutli, spent a: few lays with grai.dmaears I cash. Mr.
i Commodore ("lark's few days since for 1550
t.'III'ft.It\' thin MI far. ler fleet and )1 r. E\ert may well be pro : [own for it. steam d
whose is in Baltimore
company headquarters this week. I
> land the
i to be h 'r.owner. He intends going ..1 }acht Alma was in attendance and was v'hilldin has bought the at
around this
was also looking section tirnmlmaUiut anjou lining in iheaiitry. a cruise down to Miami and Key W t \\'t wi"h tu reuvr i d List summer's lied with guests. Geo. W. Lainhart outheast corner lUtoiid and Narcissus

both of them, together with thewife .Tommy' loiter in the season and will then U hestnut bv remarking tl''t the flung I acted AS measurer and Geo. W. Potters ttreets.and also all the lots on Narcissus
and child of the latter, are stopping Tuupny-Oh.1'ta ju..t putting| It few thiuce his store buildings.a3 .
I her North on his return home tuchine is sill! frequently seen on the timekeeper. Street opposite new
over at the Royal Poinciana. The en IIwlIyl/rIl0'11I3.



"' MARCH 3, 1898.



t Bow ft Clever Yonnf Housewife Ha farnlihed How to Prepare Dainties From This Vh. J D Horn & Co. Jacksonville.The JACKS o NVILL STJkatore .
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ft a Guestroom. mou tad Expensive Comeitibl. Raymond D Knight C jacksanville.

A clever young housewife has just IA a stress of circumstances consider-

furnished a guestroom entirely with able can be doll with pate de foie graatfe -.- YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO CALL AT THE o 'boti& It'J1ap1n

"remnants," one might call them, yet a forcemeat It make delicious little HOTELS: FURNISHING HOUSE OP [
the result it a cozy and attractive apartment croquettes and excellent patties. Ag Leading Easiness Firms and Individuals t._whier

I This room is papered in a deep forcemeat to incase oysters for fryingor Whose Cards Appear in This Paper. Seminole Hotel, West Palm Beach : ..Wl

i creamy yellow, with an unobtrusive as a cover to coqnilles of chicken or The Palms, West Palm Beach. .. cUM U!

i light brown figure, the frieze having a my dainty mince this famous potted The Earman House, West Palm Beach ..wdeJa"A.
:" touch of pink. The woodwork and floor meat, made from the fatted liven of GENERAL MERCHANDISE: Park Cottage, West Palm Beach 1VAX 1VYERSOijThe .aa4 ere&.

are stained golden brown. The large Strassburg geese, is unrivaled. U D Hendrickson Lake Worth. Id.. OU$ e
floor rug was made by sewing lengths The old idea that geese were specially ... i
t ; I of ingrain carpet and fringing out the tortured by being deprived of water in LIFE INSURANCE: momGOU'

1 I ends This carpet has a small pattern in order to increase the size of their livers RETAIL GROCERS: White Parlor Clothier.ileus' I

cream, pink and blue. The small blue for this preparation is said to be a mistaken The Equitable Life Insurance Co, .ft: town. ,.
f' I "filler" rags in front of the mantel one. The geese, it is said, are J D Mathis, West Palm BeachL Jacksonville. IcepectbosjcerdP

I i I' I bureau and washstand are also home merely tied up and fed generously on W Burkhardt, West Palm Beach -.- all Wool BlaCk} 6.75 & (1.\ Fine Line of all Woo I $ t.nc

I made. They were first hemmed: then cornmeaL Pate de foie gras is always ..' INSURANCE &REAL ESTATE: } {
j ; I the hem was cut and the threads: expensive. A half pint jar costs from and Colored Suits Upmard. j Cashmere Pants |u
L $1 to $1.25. It will make only six cro WHOLESALE GROCERS: Brelsford Bros, Palm Beach. !fBsaj W

t' 'I I Ik quettes. The truffles with which the Pope & McLaurin, Jacksonville. Wallace R Moses, West Palm Beach.J |sj't efwfeEa .

: i meat of the fatted livers is mixed add Thos Nooney & Sons, Jacksonville. H Livingston, West Palm BeachUNDERTAKING Soft and Stiff Hats 1w !htnP

; something to its cost The smallest jar .- f-. 1'bd
f of truffles holding only a few of the S.SPICES so thafn.a

precious fungi costs 60 cents. These TEAS AND COFFEES: : From 50 Cents Upwards. 1 the tel

'L. canned truffles are quite inferior to the E I Gordon, Jacksonville. t w<
J D & R D Grether, Jacksonville. '?' fo.it
fragrant fresh truffles shown in basketsin West Palm Beach.
1 Parisian markets. They have lost ..' Geo H Maltby, 103-107; W. BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE, FU. Uj ..ten
their pleasant odor and much of their -- othtodo.
< MEATS: --....; Q
flavor has .
gone. : -.
r, To make foie gras croquettes mince Geo S Adams West Palm Beach. ,': dccasi a
C'I' to / Dade State Bank, )&
ryf / I fine a tablespocnfnl of a nice smoked Will Whidden County ;, Qdof d;
Palm Beach.
beef tongue which has been well boiled. .. West Chas. N. flimsy Vi7Jr
Measure the tongue after mincing it. National Bank of the State of Florida, : Welshansi j ptO&PIbelt

Add half a pint of foie gras put upI a OYSTERS: Jacksonville i ..\ stu.

simple forcemeat with truffles. Add half f East Coast Fish Co, West Palm Beach. First National Bank of Florida. :" 8hd1 hi
a cup of simple cream sauce. s -1 me Wf
Reynolds & Hull, West Palm Beach -
made by melting a tea&pooufulof butterin >hi
S Miller & Co, New YorK ;:181
a saucepan, adding the same amount SEEDS: ats

of flour and when mixed half a cup of Kingsland & Comstock, New York Wm A Bours & Co, Jacksonville.L Longman & Martinez Par ij" bel

rich milk. Stir well, add a mushroomminced S L Storer, & Co, New York Cameron, Jacksonville.Burton ,
fine and white and salt .. 91\
pepper ybd1z
K Barre, Jackson ulle.YTVT .:;
'l Let the sauce simmer 2 or 3 minutes, I
: ICE DEALERS: ... Lime, Brick, Shingles, :
IIi! I stirring it constantly. Add it to the '? '__Ir

pita A AKBAXGEMEST.were tongue and foie eras.: r 1 G SnrinwrVoct.. --g--.. .. --- -Palm-.- -RjxDRUGGISTS --...-,. .. ......?....ft...PPT.. .....004 T? .t.>.T....A.."..'TC....... 1 I I ..... ..... '_' '!':1' ab. *.-.f P1 14
drawn out, making a full fringe It must be remembered that the pate uement aim v/ucu xax. ?:; .
four inches deep. This room heated de foie glee is already seasoned Add to --... G C Matthams, West Palm Beach.
by a register, has neither fireplacenor ; d -
the croquette mixture merely half a : --. 'ther1.a1
mantelshelf, so the blank space has glass of madeira and
a large tablespoon- Agent for Sickler's Peerless
been turned into E H Dimick, West Palm Beach. NURSERY STOCK: cement.Pli{
a charming,
very ful of meat glaze. The last can be purchased .
oozy corner. Two wooden shelves across all already prepared. Heat the Russell & Co, John B Beach, West Palm Beach. 13 South Hogan St., Jacksonville, Florida. IQ-S-t; I 5-J ctBun U"

the chimney breast are supported at mixture, which must be soft when hot Hastings& Wylie, Interlachen. te1nI ttfnfII.

lf each end by a succession of smaller but firm enough to form into croquettes FRUIT PROD$ COMMIS- -... "?. "? .

shelves and stained to match the rest when cold. Shape it when thoroughly SION --- ___ n__ __ 1 u410'
of the woodwork. A box divan with : FERTILIZERS:
cold into 6 croquettes in form
any you ht
1 hinged top is fitted in the space be- I I please. An oblong shape is always a J B Massa & Bro, Jacksonville. Wm A Bours & Co, Jacksonville.Baker 1.altAsa=
tween the supports. Two similar diI I good one. Roll the croquettes in beaten Albert J Bucky & Co, & Holmes, II Dr. C. F. Houston t chfiIttct
vans are under the windows, and
a; and ,
egg in sifted bread crumbs and Thos & Son Little Bros "
Nooney ---
large packing case, divided into four lay them in a croquette basket Lower '.

sections, serves as a dressing table in them into pot of fat deep enough to cover U.. Jacksonville Fertilizer Co, JacksonvilleSTEAMBOATS.IIEAVY ...........DENTAL PARLORS.......- Vt.ba
the angle by the window. The rest of them and steaming hot in the center. DRY .- 5- .
the furniture consists of an iron bedstead Fry them 8 minutes, when they should AND CLOTHING: ESTABLISHED 1884. >I1dtI1

painted oak color an oak chiffonier be an even, rich brown. Clusters of: Kohn, Fnrchgott & Co, Jacksonville. AND CASTINGS MACHINERY: to$1 I For;Alloy the next KilliuRu.thirty f 1 days t?$r.5o priced; PIate will,, fe be to as i4 follows: Full Sets: Gold(very Fillings b-stJ.fa I*-to l'batJc I eta E1tfl5 Fllli.P.Pet., 91thaear

a washstand, a shaker rocker, a green parsley or pale green chervil Cohen Bros Jacksonville. by a painle-s method where platen are wade. Fin.t-class operators and Polite Attadm! ,
email table and two chairs placed at each end of the platter on Dave Singer, Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co, 10- 8-)7 Cor. Bay and Laura Sts., over Mrs. Keene's,, JACKSOKV1UARC :

A piece of rich bloc cretonne, thickly which the croquettes are served will be Mrs J Frank, West Palm Beach jacksonville ."'___f "fibI iIDcb <<>
powdered with half blown pink roses sufficient decoration, though chef Florida Machine Works, Jacksonville.
F the size of a quarter, was picked up for sometimes add a garnish of truffles. ... iai
111 12.4 cents a yard. It made the spread MEN'S FURNISHERS ,

for the bed, covers for the divans and How to Mk a IMlciow Huh. : GAS AND OIL MOTORS AND MACHINERY Wetom'

cushions and drapery for the dressingcase Cover a soup bone with cold water J A Craig & Bro, Jacksonville. REPAIRS: E. I. GORDON J
and windows. Tae is Max Myerson, "
and cook until the meat is thoroughly; Haines Brothers, Jacksonville. JuiJS.
lined with pink and has flounce I ,
a t'eep done. Remove the meat and skim off .
all around. ]ct>t clearing the BU ,r. Tho the fat. To a pint of the liquor add UseTAILORING -: .the
square pillows on the bed k v<- whiM 8 : IRRIGATING PLANTS & SUPPLIES:
cupfuls water a cupful of th eof .
I cambric slips, the frills tuck i ami John G Christopher, Jacksonville. t.
chopped meat and e e
edged with a teaspoonful Livy-The Popular Price Tailor- Undertakerand I '-" 1ar)
narrow bt't'oo'e
ii salt
Bring to a boil and thicken with] -.-
t; is D L- Jacksonville.
> ngpre's y :re. of pink rn' cornmeal, as for mush. Let it boil S ,
framed in oak anti gold. Many -,t' r hours, then turn into a mold. In the The New York Tailoring Co, DENTISTS: r tea

t charming rose Ktuk-.s dl.ru: the v :.11-, morning slice and fry in the fat that .5. Dr J A Pugh, West Palm Beach. Embalmer. :_." I
an et ped. Uy dainty | irture, an < vr- ..;: 'It&lJ
was removed from the soup. A greater L T Daniel, Cocoa.
torneJ basket of pink ban iu, HARDWARE:
> 1.11
quantity can be made at this time of C F Houston, Jacksonville. :

the chimney lueihllicms breast.and A vases Dre.tkplaster are>attractively ok, year may,be as fried it will at pleasure.keep several days and 0V M E Weybrecht Gruber, West, "Palm Beach." M D I, Dodson.yTitusville.\ Full Line of Metallic Caskets. I r ;

i IL
arranged on the upper uauttl- -
j p shelf, a collection of pleasant looks fill ... -
*V to Avoid Colds.Let PHYSICIANS AND "
: ing the lower. The small shelves holda LUMBER : Telegraphic Orders Filled by First f : Cl
glow lamp, and th body be hardened by a col : Dr R B Potter, WestPalm.Beach. t a:
cup saucer, a small 1,
t china biscuit jar und a brass kettle with sponge bath or even a cold plunge, followed I T V Cashes, Jacksonville. H C Hood, -,-;,

:, alcohol lamp. The divan, with its cushions by brisk rubbing with a"iC1'atchy" Builders Supply Co, St Augustine. E \V Pugh, u u ? 10-28-97 19 West Adams St., JACKSONVILLE FLA. 0s.
every morning.
and a tabouret near by, supplied the be .- '
i jl clothing adapted to the season -
with desk pad, ink
d paper, and pen tray,
though always as light bu ei
as possible, t
f completes where LAWYERS: p
a corner
one may read, FURNITURE
i. write or sew at ease. keep the neck uncovered-no turned u;P W I MetcalfVcst East .
coat collar no muffler, no boa. Never I Geo II Beach.A Coast Fish
"i The Maltby, West Palm Beach.
dressing case is and
very pretty i let the temperature in the house rise i The E Heyser, Juno. CompanWHOLESALE ; tt
effective. Chadwick-Swaim ,I
; The cretonne is put on in full' above 70 degrees in the winter. Air : Jacksonville. Robbins & Graham, Miami.
j plaits, a double ruche lined with pink AND \
room -..- Pope & RETAIL
I sateen giving a finish to the top. Over it systematically every day, Campbell, Jacksonville.
no matter what the outdoor
hangs a long mirror, framed in oak and' temperatureJIliIy PIANOS AND ORGANS: --.- \
be. Always have fresh air in the .. 7
a -
I narrow lined gilt with beading.pink Cretonne curtains bedroom. There is nothing poisonous in Ludden & Bates' So Music House, CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS: "Y"< .... =
are looped back ,
from the glass and tied with big pink "night air, popular belief to the con- Jacksonville Franklin Sheen, West Palm Beach. t'9,.> /o/. ,
I I bows. These curtains over the glass ,' trary notwithstanding. In a word, don'ibe -.. -..- ,-;. IX.....
$ are'
always afraid of catching cold, don't O-: ,,:.;- I A
draped to form a round dome. A small NOTARIES PUBLIC
It coddle but moot cold and wet and JEWELERS: : d' FRESH i
hoop was cut in half and the halt'I
1 changes of temperature like Idner & Son Guy I Metcalf West
tacked a man-or West Palm Beach. Palm Beach.
hoop. A piece of /7/
I rather like a horse-and you will then W R Moses, II ;
cretonne was then gathered to the hoop -.-
run a better chance of being as strong J H "
Livington "
and drawn ,
up over the frame and tied I
_____ __.__ aa a horse BUILDING SUPPLIES:
with-- .AnUl'. ". 'l'hd......, n"OU''IS.n n WeaIIIWtjU: ...-

to the hoop and a ruche of cretonne How to Prepare White Velvet Sherbet. I Southern Fuel and Supply Co, BARBERS: i I We .

i put around it to conceal the joiningsand Use the juice of 6 lemons and the Jacksonville.Chas .
the dome suspended over the dress thinly shaved peel of 2 soaked in the Welshans, Jacksonville. Wilson Weatherford, West;Palm Beach. receive j / 4. J 1'.' Goods

ing case from a large hook. juice half hour. Strain Builders I fresh delivered
an the juice and Supply Co, St Augustine.Geo !
Three-quarter sash curtains of dotted add enough to make thick Y'Tl! .
sugar a bat. Hacker &
Son Charleston Oysters I
C. free
I white muslin hang at the windows, ter. It usually requires about a cupful Try THE SUN far Job Work. I :.- _

with cretonne valances lined with pink to each lemon. Add 8 pints of milk and every ;!' ;-_-A ,' ._ auywuc n
i t" tacked. above. < turn at once into a freezer packed*with I day.y. "'- :;. / "; in town.

The rose decoration is carried ont all 8 parts of broken ice and 1 part rock Our .
through the room. The washstand hasa salt Turn slowly at first and when ill Seri} "

toilet set adorned with roses, the white begins to thicken turn rapidly until : Fish

matting splasher has a bunch of pink stiff. Add more ice and salt and let it I Houses at Railroad Wharf Opposite tte

roses painted on it in oils, and the stand for at least 2 hours before serving. Styles ,
1. shades on the gas globes are pink silk. I t Ice Factory. 10.14-97

MARIE MOKES. How to Insure Sleep.
The bleeping room should be airy I I lt.- : FOP (men's Wear -- -- -- -- -- --- --

In a recent issue of this paper there and cool, never for adult persons

1 appeared an illustration of an outdoor reaching a higher temperature than 60 I Are all in. The largest and handsomest -4

costume which was copied from Der degrees, though young children need I line of Woolens in the South. Best

I Bazar, a German publication. We are greater warmth. The head should never .i best finish, best fit and lowest prices. work Suits, SUBSCRIBE FOR SD1!

,j informed by the Messrs. Harper & Bros be under the sheets, but exposed andoooL to order, |i2.oo, $13.50, $,500, jl6-00i 1 THE
The feet
of New York that the cut is their property be kept warm bya $18,00$20.00, $22.50, $25.00 and
little up.
clothing at the foot. With
having been copyrighted and first a heavy sleeper there should be no r PANTS-$2, $3.oc, $3.50t.w, |
1 published in Harper's Bazar, dated thick curtains, but with a light sleeper $6.00, $7.00 and up. 5.)0) -- -- -

I Oct. 16, 1897. We are glad to thus correct curtains are essential, as sunlight plays ----- ,
the error and give credit where it upon the optic nerve and rouses; that ORDER DEPARTMENT-Sample and Self-Measurement Blank
1 iadne attention which it is the one object of on application. sent DO you want a STEAMBOAT?

1 the sleeper to keep in suspended anima "" "
Sunday Law. tion. The bed should never be between The

Swinemunde, on the Baltic, has strict the fireplace and door as it catches the L I Vv Popular Price Tailor -We have
Sunday laws. Shipmasters who enter drafts, and it is more dangerous and them to sell and if we have none

the port are fined heavily by the town more easy to contract a chill in bed than 13 lib St on hand to suit, *e can build......
authorities if they have their ships in the daytime, the specially chilly Monroe, ft. JUST WHAT
1 : washed or painted on Sunday or church period being about 3 a. m. YOU WANT.

holidays. As foreigners are not acquainted SOT We do Dyeing, Cleaning, Repairing, Altering and I We are also prepared to furnish
with the Pressing. 10
; German church calendar Bow to Make Brazilian Coffee.rch 28-97
they are ------
frequently caught. '\ until black burned ------- ----
not --
( ) a --
-Withering.- -- cup of any preferred coffee. Grind to avery If you are thinking of irrigating your truck farm Pumping Outfits for Irrigation.

tine powder. Place the coffee in a I IRRIGATION I pineapple field or orange grove, send me size of a'
Caller You call wish
this are
garden scene cover and full Writ
cheesecloth and tie want information or call
bag so no groundscan of .h,, ; on
"June," but the leaves I will J us for \.
are all on the escape. Put the bag in the coffee desired and give estimate J1" glad fUfIJlbh all Information Anything in our Liue'thatuU neeli.U .
instead of '
ground on the trees. -
pot and pour over it 6 coffee of
s D'Auber-Th were on the trees, oold\'ater. Let all come to a boil cups and J. G. CHRISTOPHER Merrill-Stevens Engineering Cot
but the picture got such a withering then boil I 5 minutes. Take from stove .
criticism from the committee that they and add Machinery and Mill
II a teaspoon of cold water. Serve Supplies.
curled up and fell off. Pear on'iJ Jacksonville
a Weekly. hot This U delicious with whipped Irrigating Machinery a Specialty. Florida.
cream. Proprietor

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D'S S'YEET SONG.If.lt& !ngOl1S. car the-contents of which were graph operator, fteetest footed of aU-the ESTABLISHED 1876. Whiddon's Market

1!!' premmabl1 consigned to bis station. searchers, headed stl'aight f &he Mary

; The way bill called for "ODe burro.II Ellen. When be reached the foot of &he Bours & Co. : .. J'Is
L ItClUXU.qM and the clerk looked all over the car for knob before referred to, he stumbled William A. Prepared to Supply

, wbat be could Dot find-oae bureau- and fell across a dead limb ot a small
Pall 1"11 COWD .of lOmeJ' while be inveighed a inst "those welwnen pine tree that bad been felled to give you with-

'U btoautifull, aituateda1op1De1idea wbo can't spell correctly." He more room at the mine's mouth. Tbe Crain Carden Seeds and Fertilizers. PIices.q'rrssb.
of two mountaina."bleh found instead one of those queer little limb mapped with a sharp noise. But, Good Meats at UYing .

WOUDd the litUe ItreamD fellows j11it like Sod. With commend. ob, what music there was in &he sound

at White run. On the lOuthof able prompmesil be made out and for. which immediately followed all if in 6 East Bay St., JacKsonville. Florida. 1Ycr1t,

lhe liU1e ran the railwa, warded to the general freigbt agent aD"S. echo or answer I 'Dssf
which WOQD4 ap through the can. I wbich read "Haw-ee. baw-ee, haw-eet" tock of ,
., O. and D. report, : \\e Ua..dll! Unl" tbe &.it and YOlit Itellable SeeIII. A Complete !,cuZ try
and (TQIIIIt'd the range at Burrougha "One bureau&hort, one jackasil over.II Out on the twilight air, up throuah

a\ll.lGt\ eight mile. from tho ltatiouh No one claimed the bUlTO that Mr.Willitta the pass and down into tbe cottages Hay Corn Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, :II na. eggs.
Lon ita IWDe. On the dope ofIDOODtaiD found in tbe car, and he Wall left wbere the watchers and waiter trembled ,

back or the hou eeCOOI &0 nm at will around the railroad yards. with delight at the sound, rang the Gotton Seed Meal Both Bright and Dark, Native Meats a specialty.
tuted tbe "Dorth aide" oftown. Ben made friends with the bomel6B8 : DOW sweet notall of a "mountain canary . J .

..ere. Dwuber of minea and and friendless fellow. and SOO11 they became ," and all knew or hoped that sing.er AT WHOLESALE Your Patron:& t> Hlicitf'11..31nrk..t .
r<<' 1101.,. iD tarring IttAge. of de1W ao attached to each other tbat Mr.Willitts was Sod, for wht'ze the burro was St"te Ag.nt8 'or Ty gert-Allen Fertilizer Co.

!fJ.Q e. bat thtt Burrough. put up the little stable on the there they upecwd to find bis little ....._ D..m.' ....... ......_ : r..nt"ed.lth'sl Orane Tne 3nI-.ege bl.,! 'e'llIif !.' 1'lIn'm. un H.'an ...trt..t.
d ad let aoquU'OOWlIeua pro.f Jot adjoi ing his bome. and. so to speak.ga" comrade.Hury. "'G;:: t'.ti ;;;; 'Nlt; t Ii.: Mllrt.tP r I'uta-II. :;ulphate 1'01aoll.II In 1[. MI. : ItJU'H.
trIal \\ill cOlltlnl'e."en,1 Wfl: T PAI.'I
IJ. of prteiooIlUttli the keYI to the wait, whom hechri Martin, only slightly scratched TIII'po(! "erl1hzer have no oullt'rtur in tile Mutct. and a I :!!O-Ii! 11.12

t'11l1 WiUitr. wu the nihva1 COIDa' teDed Sod because of the maDDer in by bill fall, hurried to his feet IUld fur C..t..t..gue. Free. ---- -- --- -
i! ,.. ftation of Burrough.ne which be came to Burroughs Pass. rushed up IUld OD to the knob. ..Andwbat

i iIo. bad bl'Jt'u in the empl01 of the Sod bad DO bad babitll, unl6B8 you did he see? The Dade County State B r..kralm .

ij iI j I 1.an1 to tha&I1Dce paiDe.the and ooln1nK'dou wheD the of PIUIttto the Ai count that chrouio wu in laziness accordance a bad with habit.his and nature i Mary There Ellen beside s&ood the Sod open, his&haft slt't'py of eyes th" " ""r"r"r'1r""r'r"r"r"" " ," " '" " Beach, F1orlOa.

td'DIinal the'f8 wu a great deal it would bave been pretty diftlcuU apparently more tightly closed after tbe ---

I "'lft f tbf agt'Dt to rform. but AI.uwiiua &0 make a case against bim. Like Old exertion of bis recent IIOng. He was -- -- Authorized Caplia$100,00Q..

and in courltO of Dog Tray, "he wugentle, he,vas kind,II calmly chewing on what he bad not al. --- --
krminal ..tlil oo _.at ee.tablilihedth devoured of Ben's yellow straw -
a and wu Dever known to &how temper. ready Paid Up apital. $15.000.
othe!' aide of th" hIIgtt there wa.w bat wholly Wlconscious tbat bis be. rphn Pltu UOqt Uql'htlll

do at the dation. and the agent One Bummer day a little after heDOOD rn"_
nlOaiderabl" tilU 10 lpare. Like hourMr.: Willitt. came hurrying U l\jCffi);

t.t 11M_ _bo li.e in mining town.. down from his wine, which was about llJ IVl allVlnlf\l E. N DIMICK, PrlJsldent.U .

. "". wm..I _'U iubject to al&acki half a mile up the hill from tbe Willittscottage. D. HENDRICK ON, H. e. ,esident.GEO. .

., '.,UIoI.&tft. f"r. During ODe of The hat he c6fl'ied in his hands -- -- L. BRA V NING, Car.hitil
..., attArk. be bad itaked a claim.hkh WaM tilled with picct'll of dark gray rock.Burrying --

: b. Da1Utd the l1arJ ElleD. ODIiJc througb the cottage yard, be Palm Beach.
ADAMS. Office at
> ot 1\ortb mounl.in. and, work.in called; CEO. S. Propr, Branch

hit 1111I'8 hoUri. bad luuk a ihaftt "1ary I Mary t Come here t"11r. Office Hours From 10 a. m. '0 p.. rQ.. ..

aC tL4t time of tb, eventl wbichtJtt .. Willitts at once appt'artd in the Trans3ctdl'oll"tiIiIiM
IX Busin2ss
: :
: ; General Banking
"tsIt I't'lated bad btd a depth ofla' door and anxiously inquired : -- ..-.. } 1111 dBl 0.,
40 ,....& aud wu rquipptid with "Wby. Henry, what's the matter?" == Ilrollllltl rpmitlt'f. .
.. .1.1 ... 'II. ,"'n.o'lllal
Wt11aQlWd blK'kttIL l p to thia time "I think l'\'e struck it at last, my Florida and Western Meats, l't'I.'t'IIt Drk"., tbe"huuJtbt"nili'd nlld 51111..... :!!Ht.7
b..d latA tnack antbwg richer than ,ilL It thil doesn't run 50 to the ton, rltIPlt.

....k ituJ" tluc tht'f8 b DO limit to.unl1 1 mias m1 gu68S. I'm going to take the E Armour's star Hams, Bacon --- --
of lwv that rhe real protIIIo1W' 1 :80 dOWD to Black lIawk to ba'e the --
alw. baa up iD hia Itutt Sayed. I'll bu back on tbe 6 ::40, -- and PIg'S == rJ'h lm
.......u_,..____ ____.:..:__. U1\.n..,'a na"...'." and Bologna, TrIpe HOTEL (!
rroYlu n(" ptl'WUUUt; U" D .u. ""
'11M! .IIDil.. bmU, OOI1ii.1t'd of lieD. "llere I am, daddy t" cried little Ben -:: Feet Domestic Poultry, VeniW "Vi" III 1 Ul11UJ
tI. )1&rJ, bit wife IWd IMIjiWlw, their Ai he came running around the corner -

.,..u..M IUD. Littld t.u_'h the pride of the cottage."Give -- son and Wild Turkeys, Butter Now OpefJ For Winter. Tf\lyel.
'1.tJ ilmuuih.ra.a. lie bad the !lODor of'w your dad a kislI, my boy. I'mIff -

th Ill..S child burn iD ultt little for the city to find out wbetberyou're -E and Eggs and a Full Line of All Modem lmprovtments, IUcetr rBells.
knew ,, IUld harness for Baths, Etc.
"D, d "'el'JLod, thelNtlus to have th cart -
-- a d him. And ,,'ell tbe1 wigbt, Sod. It what I've got in this old hat -- Vegetables. == $2.00 TO $3.00 PER DAy'.
-- tlf bet "'at pJd a. be ".. tleautiful, turn. out as I think it will, you'll get =-= --

t.l'iihS u be wu Ltn.i The miner. had .. cart with silver hubs IUld harness witb -- 4ddress"THE
cbr1tkbt'd bim (.it'JItl wan &II btJcaU1i8of gold buckles. Take care of yourself. RAISING!!lE RICHEST SUGGET. the :$ PA'LMS. '
stricken at E
bu IJUlikJle... lJl'D YOU ofteD at the Dad will btCk for supper. Goodby, bolder Wall Pam: Beach, Flurida.
that probably this poor Lt>ast 116)6 West
with hi. '.thel'. and the 1Iary." thought -- -
tbe .. .. .
standing guard O\'er open grave
Cake him for lIe rusbrd off down the slope toward was
wuuld fl'\1tlUeutl
UaiuwcD Responsible
of his little chum, for lIarry did not :: Mail Orders any
luoowoth'e. the station just as Sod came loafing It i
... WhUe 011 Ut-u fl\'Qut:11tI1 jointd in gamea around the corner of tbe bouse and, doubt for of a the moment Mary that Ellen.Ben was at the Parties in the County will ReI"Aivp. i ;J ; 1 .: :(
cbildn-u Yo'ho livtd1k6J' to Ben, wbo wa watching bottom W llt tht' Stll tt'I
' '- ..itb lOW. of the! Itrolling up in mind toD 10

.. Lb favorite .payw&te,. wa., .Sod.u. ii .excited f t.her'. L flight_LL ,__took.. n_the...". ......With....,,..,.,M this hill hat terrible at some thought of tbe wen ..... Promnt. Attention.. . :-s I to rt'pre.fII! .n'
c1.L I'UW _u tiud1 W ll, )'OU WlOUIQ Da'ebll11 boY'8 straw Ilat; an D1S '6eW IWU ut:!> -- -- -- -- ---the- mountain's VV. -- I I .u..v" firm. tc 8011C1trO
wo'n biw. YOD woulJ have &0 chew away at it. Den rescued his hat, who were coming up -- W will 11 good
aide IUld mada si n tbaS they were to tlignments.
- frow that ao. be had oft n to do, for Sod bad .
LeUd illt.& a thing alarm. But Henry Willitts, -- com\Ui inD. Writt> Uti for pllrtit.u.h.rs.
.: fiuaWtaD"tt thiUl trlw auy (ltbl'r vf your .. fOl1dDess for yellow straw hats, IUld&he make&hough no farther away, saw t.he sign and ---- --- Stencils 8PUt n Hpplit' ltiu .
We of what c."u titl1lt Ii it'nuine: pIi'&it:11at. two. the boy IUld the burro, reo&urned toward the -
Linduuaanll-wu t it W Ioaid- leisurely to their pile of sand in&he mine.hastened Others with reached all speed there before him. A Specialty is Made of Supplying Albert J. Bucky & Co.

back .ard, ,,'hile lIrs. Willittswen' -
Ia ... ,
Sod ut. _'U wult'. a leu!; t'an-d dUll key. indoors to resume her household however"Stand, IUld ready to these to draw Harry me said up.: I'llilide -E Winter Cottagers, Yachts, Private :-s The Bl'okcl'S luu.l

..fI"fitl1... n.1l 11.1" IJt'C t'IJ"wouu'.liu duties. Jerchall t s
1'h 11t'0111.: (
down the rope.II ,
c'ulJuita. 1-ul Ill" right They beard his feet strike tbo bucket Cars and Parties. VlLLE, FLA.l .

.....iaual il'" ill t urr" .It \\::tlt'r lJiut'b.. "Denny,_ Deanyl". _L __.. u__. _at_ the__ _lower_ end.. of the rope_ and then :-:::! I.I Iain St, JACKSO al"37
Wi' r th.au Ii lill ;.r.III ;.. \ ,I.l\IlIlIaUIi It was c10 e OD to 4 O'ClOCK, IWU ..1lI.n.WUlitts such a &hout n n broke out of the mouth --- -- .. --. '-
""Ii, Lilt I." ".uM ., :: It. uill.dulf ,,'bo had been busy in the of the Mary Ellen aSl"oU'ely comes out of 11.1891jl ===

tli elf Irt 1Ilh II: ,I u ,11 &.Iluwul houii6 b DC8 ber husband went to the hole in the ground."Hip A. B. Campbell,

'10 1'h.lirrlt.Iod." Lill tWit atlltt.! IILI.. 1.\. I. .: ..'.uudhU.twfot \\'ulay her Crain boy., Wall She now had out not in seeu tbe bim yard for more 11ing I i IUld, hip.he's hurrah all rigbt! He'll! Wait here,till neighbors we- !1 j !1 jl1jl1jl jl1jl !1 jl11! jl !1 jl !1 jl1jl jl !1 jl1 I I plgr Ludden & Bates So. lusic Honse)

tit. 1111 Itu.du.a;, hours, and DOW &he was somewhat Florida.
'IIU.I in \\tip &han two get into the bucket. Sow hoh.t away! Jacksonville.
AU.I tht J cliultl U tllll.t.IU. ; 1.1 I'all) anxious at not receiving the usual Never Lefure or after did th wind. ,
IL.I tn ILt. tltt'l1 thaud IUld cheery reply to her calls. PIANOSORGANS
dau tf'-Uli 1llil"" prompt lass of the Mary Ellen lift a more precious -
Ct'll" rll I.., .lliII u. She searched for him all o'er the premoiIi&i in such
((Iurll!: load or get one to tbe top
\\ hU" aurrllll lire "I I u.tlith n'nt toCtiWfurtll IUld then, not wetJting with the de- a burry. But quick as tbe journey was LITTLE BROS.

thty ,I" III.t llIuallLl! weatber, aired rt'lult, called upon her neighbors. to t.he surface, Henry Willitts was
and IIWIIJ td th'JU tltJ 11\.1 ha\'" ehclrer&lllIer None could giv ber information, but there be6ide tho mine's mouth. tlu hed H st )lakPs, l.U\n. t "riel''''_

than l.ar.:" rod.... Ift'tIUld tbe Mrll. Wi1ou sugge.ted tho l".ailway statiun. and short; of breath, ready to take his 8 plosplate C.ompalY. .:aloit'sl 1'l'I'IIIS.
.." .. of Luilding. alIunl eHn in tbe To this point the now thorougbly Fertilizer Sheet )Iusic.. lusic Books and Small

_... .._m..' ............... ...., ,, ,.f- ..."nhtWa-----. .. .. IUlIIU'I' .......,...i..1...._ _mnthpl'____ _hnrried.__u__. only. to be told bor"1)a!n<1<1y s,arms am ;1 to. na\'e L___ .L lU"_ .Dint..1.. :._ \u..u.. \.3. .!._U"uuu."u"_._._._..." "". _\.11.. U'llintt___ at-- Rock---

Ilt't'ptiou. l1et Lad a c.\I1UfurtaLlet littletluLl" by the clerk in charge during her hus'lband'i and gold bucklell?" w're the firt:; words Jacksonville, Florida. .....Bottom. Prices.. ....
been C'aJutu.:; 9'17-97
and IIhdter Lim in1&orW1 absenC8 &hat Ben had not I WrU. fur .r.
iu 10
to ..1et p the happy fatber heard frow tbe darling -
weather. II" alaO had bay, com there that day. Now alwost frantic, ber that was so singularly restortd to him."Yes. .

and u.t. to cat. Y uD bow h i. yjd mother heart liwelling alwost to bursting boy, you shall ba\'e the Fertilizers lor JOHN X. C. STOCKTOX, President.RAY)10ND .
.hatings, tiIlgebru.h WUlitts hurrit'd from pla.ce to If you arc I'cr/airing VicePresident.THOS. .
that LurI'OII li\8 U1'OU Mrs. oart and the harneas, for while the rock D. KXIGHT,
aud tin QUllUld that tbl!oonringtrow place, weeping and wringing her hands.lIer I took down didu't a y as high as Ihopcd Yegcllt les, Pineapples, Etc, write to P. DENlL\M, Cashier.JA)1 .
a CAD\'iUICd Law b a puaitive lux.uy. excitement becamo contagious. i will pay to work, and we'iejUJt vltlzte D. BAKER, Assistant Cashier.
AI to thd 1.attl'l, thet writt:!' CIID and e\'er) oue who could lea\'e his af.faird lifted the richcbt nugget out of the ltS anclzte ca n g'h'c you lIW1'e

I1fJ, lie (.11I01) IoaW a Lurro cLt!'iwg tjli.1 for a time turned out to hunt hurried for .Mary Ellen that ever God planted in a (UI' yow' money llutn any other JIltnufaclal'Cl' -
&Let rtlW&inl ot Lam tiaek iu wOet the ooy tbey all lo'ed. Mcn

"" ,-njoywdl' (If tbtt del irate I't'piUlLtitdl each way for two or three wiles on the mine.II You want to know bow Bcn came tobe UI' lJcalel' in this state 01' National Bank oftho

-, thet way, YlD Lann', 00t&vId i railway track, dreading wbat they might l at the bottow of tho Mary Ellen. olltel' Stltte. In'Ue fOl' panpltlelo /- .
train had passed frOIJHtIlfJ
Sod. frtight
nawed heavy .
_b1 Lt.'Iill I find. as a Not so mYllterious as you may think.I
know lhat r&ilwi&YIwpanitil, IJuth at 3 0'clock. But not a sign could mino witbI etc. to abol'e a.ddl'css. .11.12-97
lullww.& I Wht'n Mr. Willitts quit the ;, priecs, ,

at It.a.' iu th.,'H" rl\luir", -their....... .lIJent.- _. i be.found.. __.J Thl.loearch...!.....\.. .ft. I. w"'tnn"s kept 111.up_I'prrnlt.ou _wit___-. I the hatful of spedmeus- he. left the .. tato nf Inrid
au WAke n'llOlttl..1 any WlInalS" u" D'- I rell' IWU .V..UMM..J n I bucket hanging with its top about; on ale..el -- 1110 UIUIU UI .IUlnu.
pluli (.f fnight ali c.ht-tke..t: fruw Ih"bhippiniC ell force, IUld it Sl'eDled tbat tJ\'ery pos- with tho platform surrounding tbe

agto'" LillI! or of IIDY dawage to I I ble plac.e bad Leen vbited."lll'nry mouth of tho shaft. Ben and :::5011 halt ...... ,
JVlal1i rtu1tl.. Tbt'tJ u.I..tli are called I Oh, my lItnry I This will wandered away in the plea ant sun- _____TRAXSACTS .\---.
'&ud d.anlag,," rt'Jlurts. Rail, I brtJak his heart!" cricd Mary WiUittll, to tho knob '
.hurt. O\.t:! wine and when they came \
".1 "mC41 IUt'JI lJl-ak of tht.w al"So, 0. I II who, worn out with exertion and bOr.ruwing. i had asccndcd in tho manner spohn ofI r\ :
I tbe floor of her now dlJijolatc Ice Works GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.f .
i little. bat pu'lor on rocking to aud fro in I I by.Mr.miuc. and Willitts.Bcn, bCciug Tht'Y approarhed the Lucktt the so : Lake Worth f

her auguish.Tbe easily within reach. had cliwbcd into it ---
6-10 bad just whbtled for Dur.1rough
sufficient to wake the
His weight Wali '
!! las, and tho triumphant \'oice edas buckct de!>Ct'ud. a drag in the cylinder duuracturer. Rdailcr aUtt ShiFper of. Accounts of Bankers--
of Wall'li powl'aful handmai en enraged of the windla.s pre'cnting it frow going Merchants, Manufacturers
tht bhricking of a thousaLld Th.n
,_ L'. ..n. .3. fl'. th.. 1'\11\1' woman dangerously fa.t. Of. .course. ." TH ilna1a.a.nH........ ;tAdH"
IlCllIlS lU LU" v. "- r--- n ---- wa: frightencd, but h& could (10 notnwgto aIlU .l.UI.U.Y414"' ----------
who kuew thJt her boy's father was on he climbed out of Ag
I. help himself, bO --
that train, all uncon.eious of the blow the Lucket at tht! bottom of the wine,

that was bOOn to de eud wait.10 upou hiw.Sbe lIenry. and sitting down upon a gunny a.ack, in"hicb ICE Ca ital and SRrDlu $$190,000,
hold not long to tho end of
toold were wrapPt'd g
litt'pped frow tho train he was met by I Ikiud the day's work. he sobbed himsdf tosll.'t'p. NDi --
told thl! drea news,
frit'nds, who that the How long ho had btcn a wal..e when Issue our o..n drafts to all the principal -
of hope
but with upreliillUS fuund him he did no' Holland
lIJrry Martin cities in Great Britain, ,
boy would soon be found. Hurrying knuw, but be coufes.ed that tho gathcr.I S..itzerland. Italy.
Sible lipeed, he aSl.'ended the I lklgium, France,
with slove.all aDd po eovD had hi!! sorrowiug wife I in!: rlarkuea.1i him and abo\'e he was ha callcd Lcglnning bC'Craltiwtli tofrightdl i Distilled Water Spain, Portu al and Germany.Jacksonville .

in his armJi. searched e..erywhere?" hekcd to Sod when he beard hIm } Florida
"l1a\'e ,
you "Haw-eel" and thought the burro was
of grief
>> as soon as his fint burbt an wering him.It 8-rr Willitts was aLra'e
had spent it 1f. Henry tell of the
is not necel>l llry to
wtll as teuder, an what R. A. McPHERRIN, Proprietor.
wan,.as .L__ n_"1.. ., .....;..", in the Willitts cottage. in every bouein .-
e -- 11e was [UUlOUjU'J: 1"-- '
wore RemewLer.ing
'fia: Burroughs PaoS! urea! tSargalnAT
his neigbbors,
tIO 'UItTUiG tJWCACT. "Ye:. said oue wber" hecoulJ how ewry one loved Ben, you can
.. Wben chtocking out at.IJ' "we han>u't mi d a place undt:1'jtand the happineoS! occaioned bybis "
and D. Itporu. "
WmittslUDd }lol l i lily go. howe. -
day, lIr. tiafe return
<.t freight on been the mountain? FACTORY AT--
in a dJrk ('llrner.aud "IIa" you up There is one burro in that little
the Lurro lying At Once.
If Taken
\ "Yes. part of tbe way. "Iillor' of $500
Wt'U&iou who is never
discowr IWY mountain town
! ., b., ooulJn't all the
c.f hiw in th., freight bill ht' wad "Why didn't uldu't you go cliwb th"way kn b I burro wmforts, who uever IS l hoved"oer" 1 rWest Palm Beach.I. 80 ACRES
find.Thtt : "The boy l side and to "d.lmago"whom :
ou hili to one laud miles south of I'alm
cw ":;., O. and D. rl'por' tho M Ellen. What'li tho of 50
...iJt'ntly waDJ rtld on this bidl! lfY I w uld be to intlic' sorrow upon .. within 1!( miles from
burro bJ of looking beyond the knub: iu tbe'tOWlL .... Beach,
tbe 'reight platform..' lIOWe other UbO whu will !" critdllcnry e\'I &0 all I ; railroad 15
oue "Come with me lIis is :;00, aud ewrybody rb = A.. ,t", .
th., r"hen no name : & ::: .A. _
into ;.: ,
Itution and how orMoLaLI. Wmitts. "You ha\o nenr tU bmile when they hear r this land is fine, high hammock,
kuow wear: a havpy
lwkillg. He didu't "'bew.'u that boy go up a hill hoMing on to O 1i'n" injiug his only 601lg: just the land for oranges. lost

didD't car" to protCllt, _: ,_ .....nnM ....., to tl10 top of orth hiw.... Uu.. .._. n .n.."" r.h.. rpm"n. _._ pr ;,. Dine land
ll too. It I IfnQ taU u J v. ---- -- '" "11.1 W.ee I ua w.C I lIoUDo \ V. --- ---
clOIIl-d. IUld IiO : mOUDto1in to look for hiw if nl'Ces ar). good for pineapples. For infor.mation .
Burroughll l' of that fa. Plants
rid" to thl leadt'Ibhip
under Stravvberry
of -\nd caU
tcll I litory a I Ieback and It o. onJ.
they l'k'ned
To daverge, wits wero qU
cltIt ou, in Cu orado wbkh in.tludCII I thu.hose strengtht'nc Ly low. two.-core ofsearcht'rli Thl'ro is Dot an hour of youth but htrewLliug H. LIVINGSTON.Iassey .
lib Ihat of &Jd'Ji.A limbs with debtmieb. not a llJUUlt't! and the l-a t Coa"t. Send to Jons B. BEACH
aD eS erieuce rUbbcd up the mt'times sloping .11 Yaridks hc t uited to !> Block,
DUUl frOllian ellStern rol. sidcli of olJ ortl1mountain. oflhuh: once pa t th" arpointcd Wllrb. EL&O'R-g. fI.ORlD.for SpeCIal PriceList, just out. .
roung sowetimes steep & CO.. Jn ACH. FL
clerk in the tho nt'glt'Ctt' b..J l.etu madd cbeck can enr be dono again or rL.TS LARGE AND HEALTH1 1-9f U'417

frdgb& otnCl as I LUD1 ..tation ch ou aDWUWD Y OW1g lLuf1 Martin, the staion tel",. blow stru on tb cold iron.-Ruddn.
ruad. Ond d.i1 he W&II

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[:Iit ftropital: 1tn.1 CAREFUL PACKING PAYS. This Date-In-History-Feb- -, +;.Ci.: ;. ;<+; .; <.J.:,;q .:+,cCt;: >

i84-Count Albrecht Wenzel Ensebins Wallen
This paper has always advised our stein or Waldstetn. commander of the I

4 ; fruit and vegetable growers to begure Austrian imperial army, assassinated by
secret order of DM sovereign. WaUenbtein i IS50f
GUY 1 METCALF LDITOR.VEMKEHOF and pack everything carefully (refused to obey the oommanda of the em New Goods G .
and in good shape before shipping, j jand peror.negotiations but aspired with Austria'to a crows enemies.and opened. For

we wish again to give the same j this he was asbaesinated

t i Florida advice, for we know that it will 1333-Sir: Christopher Wren, architect of Bt.
Press Associaticn pay Paul's, etc., died; born 1632. #

-t t AFFILIATED WITH for the extra time and trouble. nifr-Charles Cot.e. worth Pinckney born tt
Charleston; died there IKS.: Kohn Furchgott&Qgp liras
t National Editorial Association. More than once a grower has wrapped 1871-Treaty arranged between France and l .

l and packed his tomatoes carefully Germany. : CD

'-Steele Mackaye well known Amertanactor f.{ . .. .. .. ..
4 SUBSCRIP110X and when bin returns came in playwright and teacher died atTimson. T TTTT.T. . Y TT. TTTTT.T.T. bath

1 : found he had received than hit Colo., born 1842Bieaerei : Goods Carpetli11iuery and Clothing House in the State
On rf'ar.ln nd'anr..........._............$2.00 more David Morrison a Federal vet- lF The Leadinzan.1 Largest Dry Goods, induHng Foreign pew w
V Six Month. In advance.... ......_.... ... 1.00 neighbor; who shipped bigger tomatoes eran. died in New York city; born 1833. i stock and are daily receiving large quantities of New White Spring India Linens, Checked knit tba ea

Tb"ootb, advance....... ......... .10C1TI2FD < and possibly better but Bear Admiral Joseph Fyffe U. 8. N-. n- Dress'Goods, Silks, Organlli.s Fancy Wash Goods, offered Nainsooks :
ones, tired died at Pierce, Neb.; born 1831 hosiery Notions, Lace, Fmbroiderils. Straw hits, -late-, which are now at our Popll1. '

had not seen that they were properly Prices.\ large quantity of goods are imported direct by us, such as Silks, Dress GOIJI, Linaaa.'iiery *

.ra'I.8Ip ivegr TH"II +DAY AT WENT TALK packed. This Date In History-Feb, 26 and Organdies. Samples cheerfully sent on application. '
IIACH. D.\DBCOCNTY. FLORIDA. To our Wholesale Trade, we offer a large and complete line of Spring Goods atQered as 1
i .
The fjllowing: from the Gainesville 1266-Manfred: ,hero king of the in the United States- Liberal Terllls ant the usual Ca"b Discounts tieysol Juba
:) =- Sun is along the same line and shows battle Two Sicilies of Benevento lulled at; born the any patronage of the merchants throughout the State, assuring! them that we shall give them very ':.pa; bah

SACK AT AS THE SECOND-CLASS POST OFFIC IS MATTER WEST PAL X that we are not the only ones preaching I. 1802-Victor ISA. Hugo, the French S i' sible T T T .prices.. T T T T T T . T T T T T T T . T T T T T ...-....+--.....+T.........,,... .' pat4 Ilacrll11"e +

; the samedoctrine: novelist and lyric poet,
The packing and shipping of born at Beoancon; died are sholvin* n lar;
Pioneer I'allt'ror D.tilt1 Co an I). anil the (HiltwtPuMleatlon 1885.1815Napoleon! S/utdes Lace Curtains
I ou he Kmt C<>a..t of fruits and vegetables in good shape escaped from nishing, Carpets, Iluttin!A Window Tra

t'lurliU *twrru Titumllle S3 that they will reach the marketsof Elba to invade France andcan & Etc., at Low Prices. ibllu
reascend the throne.
and Key Went.B the country in s-jund condition WOODIL I .. to a
182J-John Philip Kemble famous T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T. "
is a matter of the utmost importance actor, died burn 1757. The noted

B...t AilvertlMiig Medium on th .H.-t Cnant to producers. Experience should English tragedian waa the son of Rowe, Co.
Kohn -
} Kemble and brother of Mrs. biddons, Eliza Furchgott
+, of Florida. teach growers that it will pay to both Kemble and Charles Kemble, all distinguished t -

have their products delivered in on thIIltage. His niece Fanny
Kemble daughter of Charles, Kemble, lived :
POLK COCXTY'K FAIII began on the good condition, and that losses will for :30 years in America. Jacksonville, Fie;
always be sustained by neglecting p Thomau Moore, poet died; born 1779. s 11x-:1 r7 ,
first of this mouth !General George Archibald McCall, brro ,
this {essential part of their duty. If of Mechanicsvllle, died at West Chester,
.. .. it will not pay to do a thing right, Pa.; born 1802. e beteo

i Rev. SAM. Ji :\ts wants to be next certainly there can be no money 1885-Oeoeral Charles Sobert' Woods, a noted :.: .x.'ro .... ..:: .--: ..t'c.- *"".- + ,+- ...4' :
Federal soldier, died Newark, 0. : burn +.: _-"._: .'..: ..:: 'V.... v. Y. yj:) 1. 01
governor of Georgia.AMUODY made by doing a thing wrong. there Feb. 18, 1827. General Woods commanded h
Fruits and will the Star of the West relief boat fret.
vegetables not sell
... ... sent toward Fort Sumter in January, 1N'>>L -', ,'-, the
nor can it be expected that.they will 1881-Ynma, A. T., swept by a disastrous flood.
:% THAT HAS A HORSE, mule, .sell to advantage when not in good ISM Araena Honaxaye, celebrated French PROFESSIONAL( CARDS I I LEGAL NOT1f a
writer, died in Pens; born !!lIS.
+ tow (If' liena should raise cassava condition. We notice that those 1887-David L. Prondflt. well known poet and H I ;' ...
------ .
=- ...."
t suit plenty of it. farmers who spare neither pains nor author, died 66. D0 ,-,---

... ..... expenses in putting their productson This Date eHistorytLyFb 27. "r.t.. MBTCAbF.ATTOHNEY 0 YOTICE i> OF Dissoti_ '- hu Tt.

REVIVALIST DHIGHT L. MOODY stirred the markets on time and in good ins-General Francis Marion Revolutionary AT LAM.NOTARY ; Y0U r ; Notice i= hereby gives tlutftT tat

condition, generaliy realize a hand. hero of South Cnrollna, died; born 1732. PUBLIC.Will Miller boa sold oat
up berth Mtintii and Miiners over J.&al- B nry Wadawurih Longfellow, poet tktl JUI- ,
some profit. born in Me. practice in C' unt '. itaw and Feilera! : I Urns. who vllleoati IItQt :
at Tampa last week. Portland ; died ISSi. Courts. KNeWcol i& &L
1810-John Oibbs Gilbert, American actor, LAND CASES A SPECIALTY.Office I the same stand. All Dilladae0tfa 1M.
.*.. bol'llin Boston; died there i5 J.28Joseph II lected by Anthony Bros.N .
% THE VELVET BEAN. 18 Ernest Kenan in TROPICAL srs Block. I ,
writer West Palm Beach, Oade County. Florida That the .
THE STATE SUPRFME COURT has decided --- and orientalist scholar, born in Brittany I II '

; j that iu eases belt re a justice, if A great many correspondents of 1830-Kliaa France;Hicks died 1882., founder of the so called. GEORGE x. ROBBINS. WALTER S. GKAHAM. I I II OTICE OP APPUCATXOIDISCHARGE. :

the bl"CUI'It'II i is our Florid agricultural pajers{ Hickaite Quakers, died at Jericho, N Y.; t.1
acquitted, the county born 1748. ItO B1XS & GUAIIAM CO., : EUuitablo Lifo -- .M
ere advocating the velvet bean
I does not have to HY the cos.>ts. as 8S9-Philip Barton Key> killed in Washington .!! Nuliceiahrrebygfvel4lluttgt "

king a good fertilizer for this country city by Hon (since General) Daniel E. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, this date I shall apply to the Cswtj i-#: ; k
.. .. and claim that 8icklee.1.8II6Gfmeral. Will bract Ire In all the r.iurttate anaretleril. !>ade County. Florida, for find! t cIIbt! : : 1
it is as good or Madison Miller, veteran of tba I special fanliueaft.r( examining and I I the administration of the EsUUd '

? i GOOD KDADS SEEM! TO BE a long better for this purpose on our soil 1 1 In Mexican tit. Loris war; and born of Uj the Federal army, dual t perfectingland\ have cloned titlex.Ve our. Went Palm Ika'h oftire of Now York Parkin. late ot Hade lonnty, :!i:;: 6 1

t time in getting here, but we will t than red clover is for northern soil 1, 1/iW-Genl'ral Thomas A. Hueguenm. the Confederate Any business from the Lake Worth "H.tuu..roorthern I II i' KATE B. PWl\ 'L 8I (
probably them all defender tf Fort Sumter died inCharleston. part ol Dade County should be referred : Adllllitlti! r
the aud I
of them ,
some even go so far as either to our 1 itusi ille \1lawlullice: I
"rote Occr$15ooooooo.oo : West Palm Beach Ha., :
lt more ht'1JW do get them-if end will receive proper attention. I Febnct"i, 1EASTER'S
wedon't to assert that it fairly turns sandy Titusville,Brevard County and Miami. Dud II ,
die with old age before then County. Florida. lJi'l'J7FRAXK I
pine land into hammock.It This Date In History-Feb 28, It
.. ..
would, iMuwibly) be well for some 1881-Henry Btnbbe, the most W. POPE. D. C. CAMPYEL L. I ) ---

ALL WAGONS OWNED in towush/.old of our planter to give it a trial as noted scholar Greek of his time and, burn.oV Latin +.), I)OPE & CAMPBELL, .Yew Insurance 1 In pursuance of a final deem ah5| '= : .,

Lavewide tires on their wheels: and it undoubtedly, if turned under at 1712-Louia Joseph, marquis of I of lien, rendered by the Hon.JdaUbj _

i. the owners won't them t he right time will add both to the I Montcalm, burn; died of I : A ATTORNEYS AND C put on wounds near Quebec 1799. ida. in and for Made County faCasl

without being forced to by t I nitrogen and humus of the boil, but, 1752 William Augustine Wash 111 East Bay Street, I I ting, in fhambera. on the aitkdtdtiltarr..t.0.1k9srotherhancaytaattt
Ington the soldier who ii 13-:;-l7 VKSONVILLE, FLOU1DA. 1807. '
the law then the council should pass whether it is an valuable as it is wounded Tarlatan at Cowpens .
- --- ---- i i in pending, wherein Nettle S. Bat 1
4 --
-- aplninwL
a c., born in Stafford -
the c(aimed to be
necessary: ordinance. or not, and if it can be
t county. Va.idled !!lIt) GES. GILUIOKE.1820Bachel ir c. HOOU M. i>. ass Isabella Jones till
.. ... ... grow here, only a trial can tell. (Elizabeth Rachel Felix) French Jone are iMendanU the i nsdt'Ig+liip ;

It i is albO said to be good for stock actress, born at Mumpf Switzerland: cli xl PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON I Has Now M aster in Cliunetry. will,onVonduy
THE 73,000,000: at Cannes, France, Jan. 3,1H. of
POC.NUS tea, orin April 4, Hbetweu
butabllut this l General Quincy Adams Gillniorc ,
there is some doubt ) u ha
more, imported into thi.. country directed the siege of Charlealvi!, born ri: Office and Kebulence bear Royal PulncianaHotel Life Insurance in the hours of 11 o'clock hl

t he fart l ten months had and some I f its advocates claim thatit Lorain county, 0.; d in Brooklyn: lot,h PAL BEACH. 12-1-97 noon H' il .' oclm-fc In the aftcrsoea

an averag&'dlue in: ken hordes tick, that cooked 1869-Alphonoe de LaiZ&tine, French pi-i't, Force ofOver I of the Court lluu-e iloor at wpt651_
\ of only thirteen historian and moderate Liberal ;
t cents a you nit. like other beans and eaten make the died; born 18U5. Lamartine was statesmun the son ofa I W. PUGII, :3[. D., ty, Florid i. sell at public auctio,{ n ,;
1 Wt'\\iIIlet our tea drinkers drawi :J. the highest liMiIer. the lollotrlijidpremises.
Boyahat and billllCU soldier
ople sick that a in 1 L>:u
heir OH a inferences, several of which J eat them and that guards of Louis XVUL After t lien,solution ; PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. and all rizht. title tad I Ii heat
the ripe beans k'lled chickens. in 1830 ha helped form a proiuuu wi.l < <--leiilant thervin.w v1A beie< iE -
urn apt to be to the Office in rear of DimiiVH Drug Mori 950,000,000.00 .,
+ i bay least.rathertpiee. government. He became at once the n.a- mentioned In the ComplalYat1 -
If all Residencett Mile
these are facts it is only a ta ter and Oihe; Stnvt :Doors
I ones, from the above fact. spirit repressed anarchy by his eloquence South of IriimtiH Aieuue.3a roirilaiut. tea
fertilizer that we should raise this and courage. 6 S>t) WEsT Beiugthe Fast half ,
PALM BEACH. FLA. And HaaLi ply of Let 1
... ... 1882-Major General George W. Cullum, distinguished
crop( but as such we hope that. someone soldier of the regular army Eight (K> ). in Block Forty 40), fi lYM
1 THE FLORIDA died in New York; born Feb. 25, 1NJ9. pint of Wt>t Palm l >arb. Dade I oids.
PRESS will
Association give it trial in this i
a section 1880- z-Judge Richard O'Gorman, a pr.,mi R. *. porrKir.: 11. U., 1 A E HETSE4 1 1W. ,
rill hold its annual meeting at Deou and report the result. nent New Yorker and once an active Fe SurplusOver I. METCALr. Spedsllftit
I nian leader, died in New York born la L
Land the ; 3-23-93 PALM Solicitor
-- 8IU .
twenty-second of this -: -j ----- <:II. 'IA Complainant.Marrh

t month. Ttlt're" ill be no excursion lIt'IR\' M. FLAGLER I 3,1 s'.m. ,'t
himself has 1
This Date
History-March 1 I I
this time, but the entire session will I filtllto provide T A. HUGH,
enough accommo-
loft-Francois Rabelais, romancist, died: born W r I 48000000.;
which will include the emperor of Germany when i hi) -- _
reading of Northern Crown and .
tourists that visit this lSl'Ci Years' Bridge Work a Ssr| '!''lty. -
Thirty --
war began, died -
; born lathe 7 In the matter of the Imliaa Rlrtr .
Home very interesting ami instruct lion during the season and now ; 1721-Roger Kemble, actor, founder of the famous Local Anaenthetic of Teeth.I'Med in bxcraUion I} Liuiltel and reJuc. and !U W- alion.

1 ive papers tourists and Kemble family, born in Hereford Teeth Kxtarteil Without Pain. Strongest Comp'yIn t.1 Thl' C"IIlI.ault..,
... ... some of the rest of us England; died MG 0Ft lCE-4th Door from Cor Ucmatis A 1e7Nott'r
1781-Articles of \(e.and ; i Is hereby given that I the 1'M1Iia-
want to know what is going to bedone confederation, having Ix en Mice St. I
LITTLE AS PEOPLE LIKE to they usetheroiidn ratified by the hut colony or state, H..Li i-:!-96 WEST l'Al.M 1\1-\<:11. FLORID the |111t't'n presented to Her Majmly'a HiP]
about it. It is a pity that into operation. World ofJual-cinEngL tndbrGpbrtldigtea '

to get to town with their time is not another l94-William Jenkins Worth, general in Mexican I lions of the shore f'oll."n for nda811capita ] J.:
teams f'r oupplu-s hotel here this war,born in Hudson, X. Y.; dil'llIM9. i'. U AX I EL, ,:';:
I lny One loon diridtMlII ;
t-ejis.on.aud even two would not have: 1W-Ex-Oovemor William Woods Holden of J. Contemplating : 1.uo.l. f.
they not to IK blamed for not North Carolina died in Raleigh; born L 'S. i. 1./+IN1 shares hf Hwi |n>unil- eark U '...
1 been too many, while a thin! one will 1894-Dr. Frederick William Poole, D. D., eminent DENTIST, Insuring ILisor ; pounds dividend into l.HM eltatelpuuuds ; -
eoDiiug tiftener
any than they are I l.e wanted in two years more,for our librarian and compiler of a valuable (lOlO. ISIII.\S RVBRFLUItIU.tt( > : I'a.'h. FW '_
j ol-li' tl.... .. .. .. ..... t._ Kiviera: : bids fair to lie to the South, Evanston Ills.; born 1&L Life, the Secretary ftWrt "
.J tal t:' II"", I'Jr, uID tu tlJe : of the star lamed '
lIr.v Mat, i-r more than Saratoga U. MOSES i Should 1 llihlln the < !.. -< .
weather the is or lyALLACK Write to the sail matter ID the pit! } '
sand has i I
got so deep e'"eas to the North. If Mr. Flagler This Date In History-March 2, II I I January. IVJH. it ai>iar that tlll.-t.1!
I that it i is aluit>>t impossible: t.. haul doe 1769-De Witt Clinton statesman Successor to A. W. Robert, Undersigned. hill knee ledge and MM. 'herew .l't= .

I au empty wagon, much less> a loadtd not see tit to put up anyMore born at New REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, I i the LMnd day of Januarv. |"9PIkdld* -=

hotels on his grounds there sor, N. Y.died Wmd'l' Agent brw.stl'ulmltrarhTou nLnts, alm( --- --- --- __ _'_'_ by the Order in this matter. dated *. ,
one, over them. a.6 > | I
+ Witt Clinton waa the son '" Went Palm Beich WaterVo.kn.. lay of DercnilxT, Ivj7. debt at *_*.- .
.* .%. Nee as good or better locations to bead of General James Clinton.i.sJ" ( NOTARY PL'BLIc !i! nhlrli "o> :;'
h and it i la to be.hoped that a dibtinguUbed colonial A ClemaliMvnue.. near Olive tr. et. COUPON of if such date were the tOIllIl<** ar .
Mis* Fit.INCH E. WILLAUU. the most cap and RevolutiODSl'1601dJer. _, :.inl7V""t I'nlui Benh, Florid the winding upo: he saldl'ompuV.ti "

I prominent woman advocate il.llistsiIIll'I.'ur.., them at once and In public life he was a PEREZ P. Un.... Manager !ailmMble to proof agaiuxt the utt *. m'

temperance put up one or more hotels rival of Aaron Burr and e i r U\ i. >I ; :' ._
as nrn\n.\
in the world, died in New York soon aspovihle Daniel D. Tompkins. For -- G The Equitalile Life of X. Y. I Any person w ho claim". to ban \> lcadll!.
to their own profit and the his advocacy of the Erie GEN. FALL:: ":l .llll"1 IItIJ w'
on the nineteenth: of last month. canal he WI elected of Nee NOTARY PUBLIC Ju-khoiivillH mention.lai.. .m. -t IB to ; :
governor York Florida.
: She was norn in N. Y. State but of a fommodation ot the ever inir: <'asf in 1817. Governor Clinton wee a patrou ofi For the State of Florida at I It"r lIthe haul Couipaiit H.II-M* tIf ***
i:. : crowd tourists. learning and of public schools. Large. I would the Path: day of Manb. i"unand tN11.P. : f
late made her home iu Evanston, Ill., 1793-bam Houston hero of Texas born near Devils Mortgages Drafted.Leans and Contracts like to receive an example and alui the partu'ularn ol hto *2 _

mid l to this poiiit her i ody was taken Lexington: Va. ; died at Huntbv la:. Ti y, Conve>anein< a Suedaltv. I of your XEW POLICY I I and the name and aildrw ol hi* 1IOIirif'C"Ji| ; ;
July 2J leuU: All
Work Guaranteed ( ,i au) ) to the 1'k :
LeKiilly IIIo''f:
fur burial after { THE PRESENT CROP vegetables in 1880-Ez-Uovernor James Edward l'orrect. ,,, uulelMKU.il.; d
lying in I
: Kate for a Connecticut Englt-h i jfn ntlice iu Tkoi'iiiL SL.N HI04k. 'apl..lto..y age. Bradford, in the I ouun of V.rk.octsA**/
4 day iu the \\.1'. T. 1'. 1 I this section will be the biggest died at Xew Haven; burn I > West Palm Beach, Dade !,:
temple in (Chictigo. probe IBM-General Jubal A. Early a prominent t.\ ounty. Florid I thereof he w ill Ue pn du.le.i/rulll obj *<| -

Women of Miss WilLrd's kind a bl y ever raised here: and the prices Confederate died at Lynchburg Va. ; !born I was born I the proposed{ reduction apltal .
I on the. ,
1810. lI41 LIVINGSTON .,] ,v OjSUHVEYORS Dated *' : "
I are: scares and the world can ill afford leceived for the part of it already being 1896-Profewor. John Stuart Blackia of the J w I, W.IDE thin, 10th Uav ..f .lebiuary.W

to lose what few it uas of them i shipped is reported as being eat University of Edinburgh died in Win JUSTICE OF THE PEACE j I ....... I IL1UW..U. >,
burgh; born 1810.1f96Charles ............................ S Pli-caililij 81111T1IJco. .
i 18.......... I :
i for i-factory Outbide i-S
I 1 their places are: hard to niL of the loss of the Carleton Coffin, war corretponuent Slath.iudicialDistrkt Dade{'(JUllty. Florida .. ;

1 I Memorial servjtes in her honor .. 1 hM planting th'I'gt'table and author, died at Brookline. Ma.;...; Office in Massey Block. I
\\ .
.re't born 1823.! Baron
't! held) in the Congregational: church in I lost nothing by the freeze, and) when senator: of France Talleyrand and diplomat Pengord, died, IX'Li I -7-9-97_ WEST--PALM BEACH, r f. \. I X a me........................................ I
1 1 Paris; born L I I !I VOTICE FOR l' L1C.TIOS.- =
this city labt Sunday night. : the falter: prices are taken into ronbi'Jeratiou 1897-Bev. Dr. Sunille Mallory, editor of The M. D. L. DODSON. I 1.1 ,

i iI ... ... I.. the chances are that iniread Charchmandied in New I'orkclt1; IgediJII. I i :' address .................................... ,! LASDOFFIrE \1'Januarv'lls li.II't\'ILLI.: FL.L.t .-

I of losers they will actually be I 1 O. i NMli-eU hereby tfiv.tint thenamed fllil !Ir
G I.17
I i
I TUE ATTENTION OF THE strangers This Date In History-March 3 II settler Las: Iih..I..I.1 bi-! laeeI _
gainers t'tht> freeze. I
1 = I, I ,jtonuLednalimiuf in -ui-imii 01 bll
who are vi:iting: this i-ection now 1861-Thomas Otway, poet, born at Trot ton, Miami -- 1 t should I it' called the .. .. Biuaex; died 1665. Florida. -- I I Circuit Court at Jun.. Fl.... 011 1i
: educational I 8z"5- FR.\XKI.I
17 56-William Goodwin, English novelist> ,born HEEX. r : \'iz:
) facilities of this county, for they area : J. H. POTTER the president of the died lJjIj6 ; -- -- i SIlI I X & UUTLEItu.: BeTtER i'i Thomas Cunnijf, of Palm Bett't, Flw

great judueenleutfur'zetting j iiew city council at Paytona j jI isI 1798 William Charles Macready, tragedian, HJ. 21.S i O. f"rthe 1:>I\n'l: No. -l. **'15 :
up -
: goodi born in London; tiled 1873. I -l-t .. n..43E.
4 nizens to coiu' here and locate permanently I had.. bat this fact does not prevent 1847-Claude Perrin Victor, duke of Belluno, UNDERTAKING I AND CIVIL ENGINEERS He naii.e'' tlw loll.mini! wltuewf* tohis tali JJ l'
created marshal of France ly Xapoleon Ol1lce III \\cot I'lIu continiiouH rrclileuce. UIKln| andcnldt-
1 With no i j. eauf: biMti.ig : his-filhnir the orace and performing the field of Friedland, died; born 1764. on GanllslMllr lIub-tIl\'hll'.1 iJtach I of said It n.l"Iz: .-

lj but Minplv to m.ike the facts its duties as creditable or more H'>, 1S61-decree Enunciation of Czar of Alexander Ruibiun II.serfs Serfdom byimperia1 GEO. H. MALTBY. '' 1 jo u ? am! t'hthUllliult'ti lljl IInl ILuber) >;, 1US and; tan-ta.1 !.., fur-et- :M.N,11': K..Sienrer.Pitts. of Lai., e w "rl- h. Flurldaw i

1 known \\would I t hat home of his predecessors.r introduced was | and corny work a "I'I'rillll v. eDrt' f. h. Ilfllhuuw of I'uu; lit.". h. nor\dl.. ;.
1 sa.that. in projxiitioi : into Russia at the close tf the -- ..-- ; unleatIonH by luarlllut".1. 'All E.Dimi.k: .. .' l'
ulail] ron.- :I
1 to its population aud ... .. sixteenth century and in a few year iall .I tioo... )1111' slid Blut !receive'ria.... \lr'lIlIpt a tt/.ll.-;; '-'-3 I. :M. B.\i.tO.: lteb 1tJIf.! ::"
enpecially B
: rural populations were sibjucted to it, exoeptmg Care and Embalming of the Dead. "" W.ST 1'\r. 1 .It L"w.t I'ri- .
in proportion to its childrenof \ THE persons in the free communes DDcrown FL.\ ItSEMINOLI -.- :; f
the inter.t'bt the domains f1 ----- -- -----
crown By grants of 20 Years'
11. ------1
II school age:, Dade County Iurui"hes on the State School fund has Undo myriads of peanaiiu became serfs uthulas Experience, : .
letter educational fat-ilities the lowest grade. Alexander and X ie .r. B.nHat III., WHEN in lackbimvil: be ure :usd
i luau any U-eu made: at the rate of fifty cents favored liberation ol tit peaaonU. Ale,'"". I I D. M. it }our OM Fruml, oho will s> rpr1i'.

other county in the Stat, and aJ a I'upil according to the average 26-Di.der II W.accomplished u two years. tom Funeral Supplies in Stock. i RST-CLASS Gt.UIlIDEAtT. Manager, you \\ :.'

good, if not fetter than any county uttendanre. Dade County's share died in Richmond.IW P.l'alw"r.IUlt.-.uarianand. writer, .... -- i New TOXSORUL WORK nl'y''

( iu any other State in the Union. mounting to $233.50. I tod-Xeldon theater, well known actor Telegraph "KiiruilurrBe tore., x'rs .urllitUI'tL-E .l'rJbIUI: X"1I1 tellb' "lIll1hhil1;;s. ..,_ :r
ajuiiiftuitcttcbu, d>jd in sew'clq. YW4 [ P aim I an.1 CII'I1II.
li, Flotilla." Shop Under Seminole D. SHJOER, It'a.rager, .'
TTlrV/ Hotel, I n Bridge .
street Near Bj > A '
W.t Palm Beach, Fig 1 1I"l-J7 J.\ KaUNVILLE. FLOJIJl '


_ _c___ _. -


It THE SUNDAY SCHOOL. Wheo visiting Jacksonville DEALER

PARK COTTAGE call on..... 1m. E. G UBE IX... HARDWARE



felt .f tb. LMKW. Math till, I.IS-Mem- Beautiful Frontage on Lake Worth, MEN'S FURNISHINGS.We H' and Crockery

WJ ,....... M3-ColdeB. Teat. Math. Opposite Hotel Royal Poinciana. carry the Largest Line of
-- Glassware, and Lanterns.
SJJ. a-C.lI1meDtarr bJ the Re. D. M. I' '
Large Airy Well-Furnished Rooms Hats andNe91igee \ "" '. -.. -
Ilteev. ::-r '-" ; :_,i; All Kinds of Boat Coods.

(C'orJrtrbt" JS87. by D. M. Stearns.] Shirtsto I 1\\ ** Stoves,Tinware, Doors.ash and Blind
Rates: 12 Per Day and Upwards
1. "At that time Jesus went on the &. ; be found in the State. Sole Agents for "' \i \ AH Kinds of Fishing Tackle and Sporting' Goods.
Special Rates the Week
by Month
hath day through the corn, and His dkclplv or "
wee an hungurai and Knox and Youmans.Hats. 1O\"f.f .. Ijasoline Stoves. Blue Flame Kerosene Oil Stoves.
began to pluck WEST PALM BEACH "" ,......
the ran of corn and to eat." The lesson FLORIDA. 11-28 I Everett Block 2.19 W. Bay Street. .: : Harrison Bros. Ready Mixed Paints.
today touches the Sabbath question;, the S-U'97 JAC KSOXVTttE, FLORIDA. !I L 6 ;..,iw > mail Orders Given Prompt Attention 11-1-97
one which, according to all the gospels,
drteralnoi the PhariMWi to kill Christ Clematis I
hKetcn* 14 Immediately following our Avenue
Irt-on. then Mark Ill, 6; Luke \l 1. 11
John v, 18 Dr Weston says that the Sal Store 25 Cents a Pound! BRELSFOED :EROS
bath the Jewish Supply
"u national flag; other -::
nation practiced circumcision o&YrvdMMrtfim

and had tempk and nligiousrttr ::-West Palm Beach, Florida, 4 X Print Butter. RealEstateandInsurance
*. but In the Sabbath the Jews claimed
I rultar relation to God J. D. MA THIS
( aa their Creator, Proprietor. -- ---

In K d national>f im-r and feeling Ket and As pride the nation and In grew the Successor t. Braonlnfi Bakery and Grocery C*) Prince Edward Island Extra No. 1 Palm Beach, Florida.

thought of separation from and superiority Mr Motto"Quick Saint and Small Proum. '

to oiher nation, they became more and MACKEREL, 30 CTS. Notary FtiblicCottages to Rent. {
wore tenacious of their Sabbath If we Bakery Goods and -
ktvp In mind that It was their national
hum they Were thinking of and not the Family Groceries New, Nice, White, Boneless Cod Fish, 6.1.97 Post-Oliee Building North of I'oiiiciana Hotel.
how of their Uod and Ills Word, shall
nndenttand many things otherwise we dark .....MY Specialty.Goods 2-pound bricks, 20 cents. I
t "Hut "hen the 1'hari.1ee saw it they
delivered free
aid unto Him, Behold to any part
Thy disciples do
that N hkh U not lawful to do ujwn the Fresh Eggs 18 cents per dozen.
ill Orders Given n
8l.balh day The Sabbaths were a sign Prompt Attention.
Ut. 'L. W.
holy and honorable they were but to honor prices paid for country produce.Buy .
Illw and delight In him and magnify of me and I wilt
wave you money 6-1-97 Finest Groceries.
Him If eating a little corn, even fresh S.li.STORER&CO.Wholesale
from the field mould quiet the body that 000t <> .
1at the soul might the better commune with
God. IS *'a* well M to do (See Ex. uxiIS West E. 1I. DnIlC,
and Asa hill. IS) Proprietor Commission Dealers
> "Du' lie said unto them Have ye Miami, on Bay Biscayne, Florida

hungered not read what and David they that did were when with he was him an Palm t I Miami l The Most Southern Railroad Point in and Shippers of all Kinds of. .

They would hardly wish or dare to and the United States.
fault with David, their great king, ,,'Uiu Beach
they praUod so much. even If they were M> Accommodations for :zoo Guests. Hotel Homelike and Comfortable. Lobsters : :
aOg unNfUngtorecognize the Son of David ,
S. GRAHAM. Proprietor.Hotel .
i and David's Lord In Him with whom they rrt6y7
I now flrd faultI Drug -
.i "How Ha entered into the house of
Oud and did eat the shewbruad, which was .......... : Fresh Fish :
not lawful for Him to oat, neither fur ..--Store. aker & Holmes
rail them that were with Him but only forth ,.
prii*.U." God would have us considerthe
spirit of Ills law rather than the
letter of it. He would have us to : :
4 e0V know lUlU and IIU gnat: heart of lose
It U letter to know Him than to be u Ue
Cotton Seed Meal and FertilizersHay
1as or lulghiy, or rich lIe delights in loving/
Undll,..... judgment and righteou *, Drugs, Toilet Articles, Particular Attention paid to consignments from Florida.
(Jer. Is. 83. 8.Xft. and Meal.
(Corn, Oats Flour, Feed, 11-18-97
16 Fulton Fish Market MEW YORK.
flOr have ye not read in the law ,
-how that on the Sabbath day the prie:. Fine and
In the tt"wpltIllrotane the Sabbath and urvbUwelo Stationery ----
ir i *? But 1 bay unto you That in. Building =
this place U one greater than the teiuplu.
[ Thus He directs them to their king ..m'prt.o. Orugqist Sundries. T. V. CASHEN
... a* both doing that which by theatrkt Lime. Brick, (Viueut and! 1'lasternig Hair. ,
letter of the law was forbidden, am! (
Pn'scriptionsrarrfully Compounds! ,
iwl yet they are blaiueJcwa In verges 41 and j Tough on Flies"
'*] t. tat this chapter lie says lie Is greaterthan East Coast Business Solirital. % .Manufacturer of and Dealer in

Jonah and Solomon. He now hap WEST PALM I uKAru.: fi.Jn.M, Guaranteed to Protect Horses and Cattle asjaint Flies.U.1S .
lie U grew than the temple and iiuplU*

M what U eIat"heN taught, that He l- ----- '17. lltt....!....".,. .M.I.&1..In.. anti "Itiv J .<.t.".n. .J-il'L.-.-vinil,.... .'.il..IP. Flnrfda._ t.,. .... v v f\ ."'1' ft 'If ".. PI 'r ''I'T ..... .... TI 'ft
KI\ate" than David or Aaron In Hebrew-
we read that lie Is greater than angels 01 CEO.S.HACKER&SON ItLLUW Fifth LUfflIILJI
Spry or tabtroacle or sacrifice lie 1-
our goes Print King
T "Uut U ye had known what thi SLet I\! \!. I .! !n--o S'SVS'JJtV!'!!
ueanuth. 1 will have mercy and not sacri f I .flnd Timbep.
flay ye would not have condemned tit ) e. .
alI yuittli*.. What a comfort that we an

to w 111 hate not righteous decide by judgment w hat lIe, and bee our or Jut hear-!;, a r I {( OYSTERS ,f .*. : Mouldings Turned Work. Fancy Scroll Work,

(I... il, BI 4)), and wl'l never without Pickets, Lath, Orange and Vegetable Crates.
I cause condemn either a l" *v>n or a work : e
!! Are excellent eating when you can get them FRESH. That is the
I** us have more! Ills Spuit,rumemU-r !. .' Jacksonville Florida. e
,, ing I Cur. it, 6. only way we have them. We get them fresh here Every Day from ; 10-28.97
i 5Fur the Son of Man is Lord even c I.
the Sabbath day As Son of Man Ho abed =z's&IANUFA'TURERS t the finest oyster beds in Indian River and open them to order anyway
e i of all ..arthlln.titutluM and the S
din,., ut>j
and things l>y were Him created all things 1"lIim unmet and(Cut for Him i, lt Doors, ,'!1? for a gallon or a barrel. Call and see us at the City Duck.GARDNER'S : The Southern Fuel and Supply C GomDanyWholeoalt

17)) He shall yet subdue all thing* ui.t.lltuiMU ,. !J
( ,eten aU king*shall fall dow u U. Sash :
for Him and all nations kerte Hint (I OYSTER HOUSE Anti Retail Dealers III-:
Cur It, W; IV lull, 11) We ft.'t.1 like Blinds, ,
f Myl lug, "Oh, that these |* ,
,! that they might cheerfully receiveIhm FRANK C. GARDNER Proprietor.
Instead -AND8nilting 16)8 ,
and submit to Him of judging :
e 111m,' Material iJ( Shingles and Laths.
V And hen lie was departed thence ,
w J
, He went into their tyuagogue. If He niARLKiVTON. s. ('. !\!'!>.!'!, !"i\!:! .-.!..-! '.!' % i i-!. '!'!'! '.I! \!

could not get gait He would bewht-tv lit LARGEST FACTORY SOUTH. Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.
plight do good The Scriptures were read -- -- -- ---

In ttteoBagogut, and there U nothing on rte' trrii for rrie.i.M __ __ ______h____ ___
earth like the Word of (Kidtullur IT TlTlTinfn| New house; best accommodations ou the
thaw, w ho read M" much or little of iod ----------- Al I \llll Mil TEL I I I East Coast; table first-class, and every
In Ills Run He is In every page of it and 11LJ JL P IIJJUUU lir ll\J convenience' and comfort; hot and cold Office 408 West Bay Street.
r ri ri ri rt til.| -wr1 eyes and ear w ill but and hear
Hint baths; modern improvements; in center of the famous pineapple section; closeto

10 And, U'hold there wa a man .Give the Inlet; fish and oysters in abundance. nws.07 v Jacksonville, FtotTida.I .
w hit-h had his baud ithered And they .. -- -
i i.ktd Him, kdjiug, Is it lawful to heal on Terms Moderate.J. .
lira f>.bliath du>.? that they might amise
flint Tb hUltt."."", of the luau was L. JENSEN I
'try .. gt'aUtat the spiritual condition "New
Process" Blue Flame Oil Stoves
of tow nation but he knew his condition JKXSKX, BBEVARD COUXTV, FLORIDA. !
and they did not They were blind and ----
drat, and butte, and | il.u\l, and kprouxaud lot'/ I><'8'1 fail to stop at Jensen when M-inns the Indian laver 12-16-97
thought that nothing ailed them, but The I
Standard Go's Stoves
Light's Vapor
f that rig hteuus on the wuple contrary on earth, they were the oul>

11bd lie bald unto them, What -
Ulan shall there be among you that hall The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co I OUR EAST COAST AGEXTS: -

;i bate one khuep, and if it fall into a pit on J II Xiver, Daytona J C Prink, Stuart ;
the SaMiath day. w ill he not lay hold on it W P Shryock, New Smyrna M E Gruber, West Palm Beach
t, and lilt it outr' Due has well su !foU-d Frank T Budge, Titusville M B Lyman, Lantana
; that He did not bay MM a bhu-p lout rmabhwp \. E SUDLOW Gen'l Edward Stiling, Cocoa Stranahan & Co, Fort LauderdaleGeo
the point U that of iierahip Sun. Manager. F Paddison & Co, Eau Gallic Jordan & Spivey Lemon City 6
lie U the Lord of the Sabbath. day Uc llUlI son Bros, Eau Gallie D R Knight Lemon Cit,
'-oummauded to hclpcn-aturvs: not jour .,.. A Y W Hogg & Co, Fort Pierce Frank T Budge, Miami 4I
ow,) u if)oUb w them trouble(Deut nil Pineapple and Vegetable gertili r Geo E Coon Jensen! \VV Culbertsoj, Cocoanut Grove

IS ']low much, then, ua man better
--- -- -- The D Co.
i Raymond Knight
ban a bhorpfhercfore: it U law ful to ,
Ammonia 5-6 per cent. j ,Ammonia6 per cent.
do well on the Sabbath days Ih-ttcr
.j'r than 11I&Dy..I'O\\. better than all bcu 1. Available P. .\. 4-5 per cent. .| Available P. A. 6-8 per cent. I SOLE STATE AGENTS,

i Gals own proirrtyebery day and thotign A Chance to (do Your Potash K. 3 O. 7-!> per cent Potash K, -s O. 9-10 percent. Jacksonville Florida.
oft to rebellion agahibt II im, yet total i>t I ]t wi.j.7 ,
Hun and w au bed longwgly toe if ho w ill .
Seed ,
Cotton Meal and Tobacco Mixed in
turn to His good and lotiug God Mal u j i >_. -
gad to the unthankful and to the ev II I .
but how little they think that HU guorl .e.. Qua .ttities. j
nns is intended to K'aJ them to Him I II
13 'Then with He to the man. Stretch I Special .ittcnti,>:< gi i i to private foruiul.ta.! THOS. NOONEY & SONS

herb thine hand .And he stretched! it u 11--7 ,- -'-11,1 fl'1.,1, "n...-. \\'. F. AkMvrRoxc. JR., Agent. .
forth and it wa n..torttl whole like u* I I
the other The luau could not help him Job.
belt, and he kui-w It, but Jraus healed hues Commission MerchantsIMPORTERS .
Instantly l'hAri"C1'O aa hfl|>l>-, I ,
to help thfUiaehcb as this man, but the.> II
did not know it and would not It-lieu THE EAR AN HOUSE
when they wire told bo continued htl -!\. i ;i --
: ; .. she
l b and. woroe. they gate place to I
I Iork' .
, the tU 1> Mow r oK.-n I \\interTravel 1
This kwon must include verge 11. for it Foreign and Domestic
>'. k.,U forth their determination because: otCLribt Best of Accommodatic: !
b conduct on this occasion, and UM.gites Table 3 zst the Market Affords. I
the ivanon fur since change in 11''> I Fruits and Produce
tmnhing, or, rather. His Banner of teach i -Eaths an onnzaion -- ,
tag Ud will Uut't break the",o brui.-' Iatt: 1 IG'iisuliI k. SK! I IMt.uinfruiu the ikeptit.tdtlr411I1i's i t
tarts but the time w ill come (verso 'JO:
11 terkc2lto t!!, gee some light upon|' i WHOLE
tCTbi 81, 3i l.c'er..... iU to 36 uigc won I
to 'Let tho Word of Christ d\\el1l11 urichly1 ,; t I ,
(Cut 1U. 16) and mapeJ"bilO.i\" ll47! 1V'Ea1'1'.11.11: 1 UEAiiI.; : FLA.
as a coaMa&t "11a1Ie1U1 1i1" I I JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.. Ifir -9i


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[ banking business Kingsland cofflstooi
.. A lode That Ha Enjoyed Cnuul Conducting a legitimate .
....... Prosperity-Friendly Grip upon strictly commercial linesTHE, .

r Cincinnatus lodge, No. 206, of Penn, 4' -

J i( 1b-r rania, which was instituted Jan. 23, 1882,

exceptionally in its 15 yean prosperous of existence career.has enjoyed Startingwith an First National Bank of FloridaAT No. 5 Fulton Market, NEW YORK. v.

; MODERN WOODMEN. but 17 members, it; now baa on its WHOLESALE DEALERS L\f ALL KINDS OF FISH. WPplorida
I roll 304 names, the average age of its
of members being but 30 years. The invest -
Hcftdqoarter be Order at Bock
t lilond. Ilia.-Camp Notes. I ed funds are DOW l1 ,OOO, the last six Jacksonville Florida,
i months alone showing a gain of $1,003. sat
1 Work Is progressing on the new Woodmen'j I The members are striving zealously to increase Solicits the business of merchants, planters and fruit.growers. All accounts have Fish
{ building at Hock Island. The attention
this invested fund, so that it may personal I
building will he 75 feet 125 and three I and sold
by bought
D"afta and the Continent
I( reach a sum the interest of which, whenj on England
stories high, with 10 font subbasement
I a j I old age conies to the lodge! will alone pay on favorable teirns.
; The style U Italian renaissance, and the ; President R. C. COOLEY, Cashier.
j the sickand death benefits without any JAMES M. SCHUMACHER,

1 .. necessary inroads upon the capital 10-21-97
Grand Secretary Perkins of Massachusetts
r .
has issued the proceedings of the

'.1 3 I grand printed lodge and carefully for 1897 edited in a pamphlet handsomely of J- D. HORN & CO. .,-.

Asa 814 and Solicited.
lr pages cover. t
: ;
:1 There is some friction among the Indiana 50 EAST BAY STREET Fla. :<--,
brethren over the proposition to __ Jacksonville -- -
f Ii build a $400,000 temple at Indianapolis. '

J The Illinois Old Folks'home at Mattoon THE GREAT )IO EY.sAVIXG STORE. |I

is to be completed at a cost of $.''0,000 We sell at Wholesale and Retail. Special Prices to Merchants. Write for quo- !NEW SEMINOLE HOTELS

The grand lodge also decided to erect a tations. Our Mail: Order Department is given very careful and prompt attention. I
11 chapel and school building for the Orphan' Below we quote a few prices that will attract the eye of Bargain Seekers: I
J home, to cost $3,500. An appropriationof
-:--' ---- I $17,000 for the maintenance of the I I Only Brick Hotel in Town. '::

home was made.
Interior decoration will be in harmony.The I For the first; time for many years a candidate ,

basement and ubba enient will be of I has been named in opposition to h t- CU-"Dkt.d. :
r Grand Secretary James Nicholson of 8,. utyJ I IIas recently been built fathesle&h?!
the main P
sandstone, entrance of granite ..... .-=> """.. TH ly SE11Il0I I L E
and the superstructure of pressed brick Pennsylvania. w CYV .I sUntlal manner and elegaetly fnralAed; KagccI

\ and terra cotta. la the basement will be There are nearly as many Rebekahs in w l... ::-: I on high ground fronting Lake Worth and commanding magnificent,ttoiesifeft
stored the records and the Sew Hampshire subordinate flJ i : -
as =
printing material lodge ", : I
of the order. The first floor will be members-Rebekahs, 11,022; subordinates 9 f d iTi'' :::: I ed view each way. and guests eujoy perpetual: breezes frxui all directionaic;

oed as workrooms for clerks and printers 12,649. .,.' csC Cuisine and Service Strictly FirstClass.j: *
in the various departments of the Wood .. -
Last year there was expended: in Missouri --:
r men. On one bide, of the principal entrance |2,793 for the relief of Patriarchs. :: Rates: $2 per day and up. Special Rates by the Week or..tlC.1..
will be the chief clerk's office and C
I t on the other a parlor for ladies. On the Members of lodges should take pains tote = ,;;. GEORGE ZAPF
posted on the laws and of the Managei
usages ,
second floor will be the rooms of the board 0 ::: I ?_
of directors, the head consul, head physician order. A well posted Odd Fellow Is a desirable Ct rw V ''J-. -_---- : 18
the sanctum of the editor of The product in an/ lodge. 6 : I -wCm

Woodman and various rooms for committee Does any brother know of a brother' e. 1 1 rJ 1 POPE & !tfcLAURIII.JACKSONVILLE.. FLORIClt.WHOLE3ALE '

meetings.At widow or orphan that we can make happy "-" +a t. \ ... I I >> ,
by some act of kindness
i the society grows older the cost; of .... :::: i -
management per member becomes less. No matter how beautiful the ritual, all ; ? t
The entire ass of management laot yeal of the splendid effects they are intendedto t'A : Fruits and Produce ;
impress upon the candidate are lost if .... ...... I .
I t was only 61 cents per member.A .... Qc .o... I .:..pI1'nn1Tniccnn
the officers fail to have a good delivery I "
"hustler's button" is a badge of nigh .

sonormthe.wuern'wuuiueuur ameruu words. ... I (-!U'..........Ja.......-..-. U'&,A, .AlA.M Q v... "n' ....nn"CI...."'oiJ' .IiHI
The relief committee of a lodge shouldbe i
The Modern Woodmen now have a total ..... I 1
composed of nothing but active and
of 6,150 and a total of 0 Fancy Grades of
camps ;
membership ;::
vigilant members. Some Butters and cbeet
>869,000.Now. lodges are too .... ... i
loose in their attention to this work. 1./
that the long evenings are here do We Solicit Your Business. cn
Patriarchs who are in the California ""'l :
not fail to for the
arrange public entertainment
It will prune an excellent advertisement I home at Thermalito are not obliged to pay We only elicit thf business of Merchants and \\ill Not fill orders from Cosssa --fc.-= ut
for woodcraft dues to their encampments unless they; so This Elegant Parlor should buy from their home dealers. ***?C'1I'
I desire, but the right to benefits while m&
3 There Lamp Only 09 Cts. _
were but ten assessments during there or should they; leave the home depends -- -- -_...li
fi 1897. upon their standing in the encamp Decorated Bowl with ? &

It cost f 5 and the medical examination ment. Star Oil Shade to match. I ED. S. !LU.... L L C
Heaters $2.90
fee to become a member of the Modcrij In British Columbia there are 2,829 and

I Woodmen of America. members in the subordinate branch. 636 450. HAIflES: / BROTHERS: 11VIachinists S

Ttw average age of membership is now Bebekaha and 870 in the encampment. ,
Write for Oil
'- only 35.73 years, showing that as the: society Catalogue. "toti

Increases in age the average age of the MASONIC.There and Engineer
entire membership is gradually growing
less. This is due to the addition of new
Can Be No
/ Masonry Without the
members. -AGENTS FOR'i e
sk.l m.
The beneficiaries of 24,512 members '
been paid since the order was instituted. Companion T. H. Caswell, California, The Gas Engine and Power Company.
has his feet firmly fixed on symbolic Masonry -T I ;

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. and gives the called higher bodiessevere ." /.y,'tt 3 Repair Parts for their Motor in Stock. 1"ttt
dig in the ribs when he says: :;;1.-" I e.I.t _
"We acknowledge the chapter, council f ; ... ) n to
tiapr.nw Chancellor** Itinerary For :Ned and be Construction '
commandery to and of
component partsof 1'1 Repair Intricate Machinery a Specialty. : ta
3Iajr-Spear fouiU. the American system of Masonry, but t

4 Supreme Chancellor Colgrtne desires to the foundation and support of the whole ...... -...;:.7 1l..' : r Sr hY &ht
i visit all many grand lodges as possible is the lodge. Without the lodge as a basis I.... ; .: : OUR SPECIALTIES .
during his term of office and has arrangedthe there is no Masonry. Royal Arch Masonry \ ; \ WE

following dates lor May. is'JS, and baa is simply a continuation and elaboration r:4 Repairing. -iS

) requested the grand ihaiicellurs of domains of the three symbolic degrees and can Alarm Clocks, Fully Warraiiteed '= ... Installing.... *
to be ,'isit.to arrange their date not, therefore, be considered as outside of Tft
i Gas, Gasoline
tosuititpossiblC.llistLtesareasfoilowst them. In short, what we mean to say and 65 Cents. The : Naphtha,Kero- Complete Isolated, IJghtis! |;J; tfc
I May 2, Indian Territory; May 4. Ala stick to is, there is and can be no Masonry: Daisy Oil Stove Steam ene Vapor, Hot-Air an :
1 Lama; May C, Florida; May U, Tennessee without the lodge. There only is the raw I Burner only 35 Cents I all makes Engines and and Scales of mestic use operated by I* ._, T
A ,' May 10, Mississippi; May \ViaOfflbin] material found; other bodies can elaborate *-Notice &011: While vlniting in our City 2 75 capacities. gasoline, steam or water .., 1 Im
May 14, Michigan; May 16, Kansas; May it as they please we cordially vite you to make UII a call. 3 99 Inventors' Models

18, Louisiana; May 1U, Georgia; May SHI, There are U grand jurisdictions that J. D. HORN & CO. ., Constnusted with Seeraey and DispatsJs

j South Carolina; May 23; Arkansas; May have homes c1 have taken steps to establish JACKSONVILLE --- ------ -- .
85>< Ohio; May :27, Massachusetts; May 30, them.It FL.\.
io-a-97 :
i t SucT-tBHors to P. Williams, $
I Maine. These Sun & Co Office and cuU
arrangements will enable Works, l
I the chancellor was not until the beginning of the I---- lO-_l.n .
4 domains supreme in one wouth.j to visit 15 grand seventeenth century that persons who -- Foot of Liberty Street J" oquille i flari4' 'If'

were not operative Masons began to unite CIl
la.j Omaha Knights of Pythias are rapidly with the Freemasons, and were distinguished REYNOLDS & HULL --- = = "to
-.' perfecting a plan which is to result in the from the regular working Masons --- -- -- ____
I'' & i 80
MtablUhment: a 1'jthian burial
place. by the denomination of "
I ...- There ictiiis to be little question that il "accepted. WHOLESALE AND DO NOT FORGET...... ti
At the Craftsmen's RETAIL DEALK1W IXand
club,New York
i will be consummated, fur all the English city,
on Jan. 24 a dinner will begi\'eo in honorof Ifa
speaking lodges in the
i their approval, and it is city have tigmtitd R. E. Sir Arthur McArthur of Troy ,..
expected that tbs Russell
Bohemian and Ceruiun lodges will also grand commander of Knights Templar qiish GIsters Game & Co. !
of New York
by the resident officers of
j i aequwsue iii the home t
: : the grand commandery. .,..... ...... .r---... _ ec;
A muge in Arkansas nas -- -
a new bylaw-
f 1 fine for A monument to the late Alexander G.
u member who absents himself
t I for more than six weeks. : Babcock, founder of the Masonic Home UKUGGISTS. \
of Virginia, was recently unveiled in Hoi. Qreen rtlc.
The grand ludge of
1I' Pennsylvania hai lywood cemetery, at Richmond.
i been prebciited with a pair of gavels made WE CARRY A
There are 23 grand councils of LINE OF
I I from the balustrade of the burned Royal
state :
t capitol, trimmed with copper from the and Select Masters allegiant; to the general SERVICE TWICE A* DA Y.
dome. I grand council Druggist Sundries Toilet 4rti'Perfumes .
We catered to the best trade last :
The affirms
The Tyler its knowledge of year and 11
membership in the rand domainof Bsscn
New York is to bo congi atulattxl upon I members of the fraternity who are nol are fully prepared to do so this season.: and Patent Medici |

I having entered on an era of only small enough to dance on the point '- _.*
prosperity of a needle, but will ask the donation of the --- --- -- -

t the ;cadent under the grand able chancellor administration, Judge of needle. They are those who give and do SPECIHL A Fresh Line of Tenney's Candies. i

I Charles W. llin&cu. nothing for the Masonic home of its state. ATTENTION

Rightly, The Constellation regrets that Courteous Treatment *
UNITED WORKMEN. "The Repository gives any support; to the IS GIVEN TO ORDERS FROM and Prompt Service
I claims made that the
making of a Mason 6.1-H

)i.w Members From at sight is justifiable under any circumstances. Seminole Slock West Palm Best
a iwlfiah
btaudpolnUlieuck << "
Sharing. The claims were originally The East Side.WEST II0'

I It is a plain schismatic, and they never have improvedany. ::::;;;;- It
proposition that loss of .
They ought to Into
membership by death and the incroaae of Voice of Masonry pass oblivion. PALM BEACH FLORIDA. Wholesale Prices for Market of
; the age a\erage can only be met by the IM-'JT Gardeners i
addition of new members: You who tale There are 120,160 Knighta Templars in Reliable
I DO interest in the affairs of the order be- I the world. -- Tested Seeds, I.

food paying your assessments should look New Zealand Pacific lodge of Masons,, Grown Especially
I i into this matter,and you will boon be con with the assistance of the craft on the island for Florida Planting. :

: I winced that from a purely business or self is maintaining three children of a BURTON It BARRS
1 i ish standpoint you cannot afford to let tha deceased member who was killed at theo Seedsman, :
I I I E order drift backward. Your lethargy t torpedo station, Shelly bay, some yean 98 BARGAINS I M 98 JACKSONVILLE. FLORID

It increasing the cost of your protection ago. Thn.cprice" -.WI ,
I .tn' #
t' r-e ,
drlDlraaendel.erhen w. : tl
Anchor I .. .
and bhield. ve.Y'
t'I Members in good standing at last re KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. . .. .. . . . . . .. .TTT. . -r-Onil.f.Sh1JI'l"t andsr l s.ltn-.1\, !II Ilan'11 !la Rr Ct't"iVd.:." i", I"10r"l'u"h iln ?!, I ;" .' ,.' ,r.Io-II WI. Q
I 331J.35JPennsylvania.
port -
j Study and Know the Conatltatloa--ripe We Have a Fall Stock of Ladies' :=:;,;..00' 1
comes well upon the lin .
from Many flame
t in increase of membership U. D.
The supreme constitution exist: to
i pro and Gents' ShoesLadies' HENDRICKSON
I The call upon the relief fund for this I tect the Knights, and its clear strong, ,,
will be
year Itl'ry much rrtlul.'l'bum..
: I simple English appeals eloquently to the C
Grand total beneficiary fund disbursed least educated among men to read it, Dress Goods oar Specialty. a
I by the order from urgaauaUou to> OY. 1. study it, understand it. It is worth the General Merchandise.Wholesale t

1897, is 17\1. I II.7uoH time of the beat of eta It Is worth Ua Mrs. Frank will be here for a week t
With the assessment notice for December study of the least of us. orso and Oils t

aha grand recorder of Missouri also bkued You had bettor go to lodge next; will ,
meeting I
I s call for rtiief fur f) night. offer you, Special Bargains.A Gasolines, 76' and 86. Salt I t GrOGGfe' Pfllit t Clt I

New York city has a K. of P. employ.
Present with I
t Royal Arcanum. men bureau. Its object is to secure work Every Dollar's worth Hal

j Quebeu keeps on instituting new councils for members of the order. The membership Caps, Sloes Dry Good t t
and in sitting the pace for some ofthe fee for lodges is $1. purchased at the !, Seeds, Trnib,, t

f older grand council jurisdictions.illnnehaha Douglass lodge, No. 21, Cincinnati, if Sewin ..
vouiit.il ol Minneapolis, and the Pythian home of Howard Douglass, [ Machines Hardware.geot
It present the largest in the state, has a past supreme chancellor. BOSTON STOREMRS. ,- ... i
tall fitted up cur itojai Arcanum headquarters The investments
representing the
1 and elubruuius attached, which plus funds sur for .tate'; and wrlh'm. .
the t
endowment :
rank t irk -
are open to the, members at all times.New deemed first class in every respect, and art J. FRANK, Prop'r.Seminole ;. Fertili

( councils! are in process of forma unsurpassed in quality and character by Anti-Friction |Iron
tion In Oakland, iua Juse, :::acrlWll11lWIoAIt those held by any kindred organization or Block For Marine Railway
on Banyan Street Boats
WEST 75 Feet io
Los Angeles. Insurance company. PALM BKACH Steamers IxuKh and t'o.I"
&aJhta and Ladle 11,1.1'I t
of Honor. Knight and Ladies of Honor. I '.nle \

J. R. Palmer is grand protector of Tex The total membership of the order at it* I Yorth"and "-Gladys" :

t tla and W. P. Cole grand secrtttary.; last report was 73,028. -= 1 Via

Two assessments less in 1397 than In The Sentinel, the official On Lake t
organ, will be Schooner "
' S UMS bhow.i* a record no other fraternal order furnished true to every family In altaoat PATRONIZE THE SUN {AY B." regularly between Lake end J"ktd""

-t'- taD are members of tint otto. JOB OFFICE j; Free Delivery U..1\ on I.k Wonh. W..n" ;

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THE SUCCULENT CLAM. City Directory M.R. .t!. B. STEPHEN'S...... .._.__.!Instructn Established 1841. .
--- WJ.slIOXE.........._.......... .._.Supervisii
r *. GMk I. Varioiu TootfcMBMHctrlUou ... n Qf ht Movement Which Are Significant --- COCOA PLCM.MRS. .

Way. of Her Coming. OFFICERS. IE4XETT OBEN'CHAIX ..Insiructo S. B. MILLER & 60.

i with oy .trii, to have clams fresh The present winter I have occasionally I. F. LAMOND .._-. .. ___.._...........Mayt A. F. LANG.----------------SuixrvlxiiEVERGI.ADE.
attended lectures E.GLENN........._................................CIer -
I ,wit gnat care mast be observed some on psychological J. LIVINGSTON....... _........ ......AssesscJEO. ; -
lCuriulC htm from the dealer. The subjects, such as clairvoyance, J.f< H. MALTBY..... _..._.._........Treasure MIN'XIE 3). MAY....... ..?......._._ Instruct. WHOLESALE
few here Kino can also be used for thought transference, thought concentration ED. A. GRAHAM ..... ..............Marsha W}:. usn tR.. ..._.... .. .._.....__.SupetviaoLIXTOX.

I bached Lrowu," for "ezo.tt" eta These are topics in which Commission Fish Dealers

mortals little interested BOARD OF ALDERMEX.GKO. \v. A. II. HOBBS.: ...........................Instructo ?
aud dt-vilcd dams.'aah ordinary are ..- ..... .........._............ ..... .._...... ....SupervUo v '*
25 clams in cold water. Have especially the population of New York No. 7 Fulton Fish Market NEW YORK.
The lectures the ablest I W. POTTER- .._.._...._ n.._. PresidenJOHN BOYXTOX. ,
dy two receptacles. Into one put the city. among B BEACH-----.A. S. LAMON1 MAUnr.EE......... .............. ...... ._Inntructoi
ued clam Mud into the other theitBur. have ever listened to on these subjects, ). A. STRAWDERMAN..GEO. I.. BItANSINGEO. tHAs. \V I'IEIICL'.Supt-et-iso, Special Attention given to the sale of Pompano Spanish
attended. The S. AD VMS............CARL St'HREBNU I
- Place ou the fire and were thinly .
Baucrpuu Council meeting on the 1st, and 3d Tuesday in PALM BEACH.MISS Mackerel, Blue Fish, Etc. .
in the liquor into it. Add 2 ounceslirinie classes usually numbered no more than each month at 7:30 p. m. I... DEBOUOUY ....................Instructoi
,",uUtl'. Then pour in the 80 persons. Of these there were each t;. X. DI IlI.K.._ .._.........;.........Supervisoi References: Fulton and Market National Bank, or any Wholesale I Fish. -

I. If their liquor in not sufficient time from two to four men the rest all Directory. COLORED. Dealer in the United States.:;

clam add little cold women. And such women I They were County .\Ssn: I) UGHTBOUUXE....... .Instructoi Z3r Stl'ncllillurn\bhed on application. ll:18.sn1E. .:
1 I the a wa- JOHN WYSE............_....._._._..Snpervis4H
Let come to a boil and remove from ,I very plainly and soberly dressed in dark

I'unr couteuU into a colander and clothes. None of them was very young, COUNTY OFFICERS. -....:..-. .
r . . County Jnlg.A. ..!
of them Years E. HEYSKR
elderly. A.
jtrve the liquor. Remove clama from most decidedly tjUlMBY ... . .. .Circuit Court ClerlItOHT. The Only Coffee RoastersIn F. M. BURST, Treasurer
k colander and chop very fine. Mince ago they had been what the average; R. TAYLOR .... Prosecuting Attornei WISCHNBACH.l\Ianager. .
fresh faced of today is a CHILLINGWORTII... .hhe.nlP.O. .
girl It.
mall onion and with 2 ounces of but. giggling J.
HAIGHT. . .....TaxAs..e..orT..J.IUltllt
| put it in the saucepan and let reau careless, ignorant creature caring only : ; .. ..., .. .. ..TnCoJlel.tor the State.J. .

tin fire until onion becomes crisp. for gay clothes in the latest fashion and I.KRANKI.YNSHEEX P.LAMON'D.... ........ .. ... . .Treasure Surveyoi!r FLORIDA MACHINE WORKS: :

t stir in a talltEpoonf of powdered for the attentions of young men. Like 1. T. MERUITT ......*UVt.| Public: InbtrustioiCOUXTY D. & R. D. GRETHER
1 or cracker crumbs or a little flour. most girls they had captured the men COUU1SSIOXERS. .1 1.1 tl

they wanted or some other man or else Jacksonville, Florida.
until thoroughly incorporated.add .

the reserved liquor say had settled down into single life as best ..l..W.I.AISIIAtT S.W. PITTS Chairman! . .. ......Lake.PalmlSeatlIV. Wcrtl. _e_ Iron and Brass Castings.

rt-e-fourths of a cupful-a good sized they might. They had their experiences. : J. MIOVK. .. ... .... .Cocoanut UrovR. ",
jch of pepper or a Email pinch of cay- They had passed through all the aver- \\. S. TAXCRE.........?.............. .Hobe SounComnsiseiom'rs :'' PURE SPICES. } OUR General Repairing Promptly and Accurately Done.Iron .
tie and a mustard spoonful of dry age woman encounters. They had loved meet in rrgulflr eewion 01he FRUIT EXTRACTS SPECIALTIES. !

Rlit>h mustard. Mix thoroughly while suffered and relied on persons or possessions Ural Wednesday in each month.COVN7Y .- --- Building Columns, Sa>,h Weights and Grate Bars a Specialty Shafting.

I that had in' case disappointed Pulleys. Hangers and Bores in Stock. Saw Mandrels of all Sizes Furnished.
every twine
bling for about 2 minutes. Row add SCHOOL BOARD. Paper, paper bags butter dishes,

'i chopped clams and cook from 3 to 5aWai. them. Their faces were the faces of OP PUBLIC INSTRUCTION and other grocers' sundries.
those who had trusted to something outside 1. T. 31 LARITI'.Leiuoii City AlH'ofTces Roasted After Receipt of Order. SUGAR MILLS.

Flavor the mixture with favorite of themselves for happiness and HEMBEKS OF SCHOOL BoARD. 10.21-97
J \Y. JACKxOX.i Iairuian.to'oan.t OrovIV. Office and Shops at End of Viaduct in Riverside.
rbs-ay; a teaspoonful, chopped fiiieBeat lost. They had tested all and found I.. \\\"IOIEY ,.................... ..JupiteiI. -- ----
up the yolks of 3 eggs, and there was nothing in it-nothing. Now W. CIHISTUCK..W..t Palm Bfacl, 10-21-97 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA., .

bile beating add a wineglass of good they came weary almost despairing, FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.XEXBEB4 SEEDS

deira wine. Stir for a minute and with pathetic, shadowed, lined faces,

eve from fire. Add sufficient bread looking for something else, something E S. IMICK.. Palm FROM Beach DADE...fOTXTV...............Senatoi
ba to form the proper consistency. which would bring them peace. Was it R. B,POTTERV Palm Beach, Represi'ntativ Fresh, New Crop, Reliable.

> lop 6 pieces of stale bread and toast spiritualism, was it religion, was it that ---e.State 0. W. WEYBEECHT

i a light brown. Place on a warm they might study and find out what Directory Varieties best adapted to Florida. ,

ate and pour contents over. Garnish was in their own souls that in themselves Special Attention given to the

ith parsley leaves and serve with lemThU I at last they might find rest? I DEPAHTMEM.X. East Coast Trade. Dealer in Hardware,

ia also excellent to know not. I only read from their faces EXECUTIVE .
way pre-
e clam for croquettes. Form the that life had not given them what they Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.L. Plumber Steam and Gas Fitter, Mixed Paints
GoternoiISO. ,
of \ (). BLOXII \oI.
the meaning
needed. I read further
when cool into desiredape. I of StatiIVM.
eparation any J I UcitAWFUKD Secretary
Dip in eggs and roll in freshly I the new psychic and spiritual movement Ii. UEYXOLUS. 'IUTFIELD ... .CotnptrolleiAMESB. Trellsul''rWM.IS.LR. CAMERON S Tin, Copper, and Sheet Iron .Work,

ated bread mull bs. Fry ia hot lard which sweeps like a wave over [ ; .. Attorney Centra]I The Pioneer Seedsman of Florida.

d butter until a golden brown. I the whole earth and carries women more iV. X. SII EATS .. Supt. 1'ulilie Inttructioi I I-i! *<)7 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.

than men in its current. Men have controlled L.IS.WMMBWELICoin.. Agriculture. Dealer in Pumps Pipe Fittings and General Plumbing Supplies, Tin Ware, Agate
f For deviled clams mix half a cup of PATRICK HOUSTON' Adjutant! l.. ncralV I
I' civilization from the beginning Ware and House Furnishings of Every Kind.
with half of the above prejia- \ H.MILTONJR... SurvevorT.oneralunices
Men the physical and intellectual at Tallaha.-sue. fturida.
tion and thicken with cracker or bread represent --

units. Fill fcii clean clam shells Leap- I i ; forces of the soul and these U.-S.-SENATORS.S. T. B.Massa. AGENT FOR THE AERMOTOR CONSTRUCTOR' of IRRIGATION PLANTS
forces have carried the race as far as
Dg full and sprinkle bread crumbs \\ ..thi PASCO.
I they can. Women represent the spiritual S. R. M.\LLOR1' .... reuxatoliiU.
i little melted butter over. Place a thin _
__ __ .
I IWB later developed powers of the race. u 4 Material. One both promptly
lice of lemon on top and bake a golden Estimates for Work and or
hot When It is now the turn of these higher finer S. WXGRESSULX.UOBT. .
moderately oven. Futni h.d. 1-31-tf..
II I forces, psychic in their nature, to take \% DAVIS ._ .. ... PalatUa
out to lerve, make an indeuttru inbe This is why S. M.SPAKKMAN .. ... ...... Tampa & Bro.
hold and lead mankind on. BEA.OH. Ft.OP4IDA.
center and drop in a piece of butter i iII I WEST IFJLLjIM

size of nut. Garnish with women are so restless so dissati.-fk'd.
a hickory

ley leaves.tl I This they have is why built all the their things life hopes on which fail 5!. II.SUPREME IARltY.. .. .... .. Ciiii-fJii ti.... Jacksonville, Fla.COfiIMI8IllNMERCllAT. I II
I.'. U. CARTER Asociute .JII III'"
them. that they be led to the studyOf .. Coast
.w .. Hk. a Good Liniment. : may It F T.\\ um' M Florida East RyTIMK
the soul forces. Before them lie r.-w

Two tRgs, beaten separately ; to the i: a new religion, a new faith ua.1 I $
olka add half a pint of good cider powers R. K. COMMISSIONERS. : TABLE, y O. 12, QI EFFECT FEBRUARY 14. IS.I .
rinegar, half a pint of turpentine and a I K. H. M.: DAVIDSON', Qiiincy, Fla. ..Chairman I -- --- NORTH BOUND (Read Up).

11 i tablespoonful of fine salt, adding Women will never amount to anything II. E. DAY .......... .........................Gainesville SOUTH BOUND (Bead Down).

be whites of the t'ggsIast. The Lett\\aynie I in a business way till they It aru J. M. BRYAN....... .. ...................Ki-simmee Fruit and Vegetables.Consignments OIiINO.39 No 23Nu. STATIOX'. \ [)a.ly-1 uj4NQiN: l:3: 1F4aq

i it is to wet a wool flannel cloth the value of time and of promptness iu JtillX L. XKELF.V.: JI:. Merk.... ..... Arcadia.. TID) -- _7 40& 9 b...... Lv..... JlICksouvUe_A. j ...... 12 ut'D I 5."" II i..
is convenient friend of mine Headquarters and offices of the Board at Till.laha."e. Solicited .... II.inu... .. I. 6 ..11k.Ia u..p ii...
d I apply. If it not to USl' I keeping engagements. A I Ilj SlOp 84&1O&.Ie. ..... .&.1'. .8t. AU 4p.. .........
... 6 .. ....
be cluth, then bathe frequently with whose living is much dependent on the -.....- ..... ....... 543. .HasUnJ1 Augusine. I.A.. 1 ...... .....
be liniment. Always shake the bottle with which others of her I -- ... S.... ..... .l> -L45.p ...... ....

before using. It is good for sprain. promptness engagements with her says at General Directory _.................... ? : 10115s..St.. .Palatka a1at At'. jjp ....... .. ...
keep .
'i"en sex 'Honchty and Fair Dealing" Our Motto. Mtt.o.:: :... L405p. ....... .....
.or bruises, external or internal; for times she almost hates the sight of a woman ..... ......... I2 ap Mao-u \r. Jj ...... ....
.. .
..... I S(iia .
|cramp, croup; indigestion and that because they have made her lose so WURT L'ALEXDAR. Customers Sure to Get Their Money. ...... .... T'iT i' ......:Lv.. .1PiiIka..I.... 525p 1 ....... ......
i .. ...... .....
.... ... 356 6tp..
.... .... .. Onnnnd. ;
Seventh Circuit.) ..... .. ... 1U42a: 10"41 .
in breast after the grip which ii much This is on account of the ( \ ..... .....
.. .. ...
1m money. Established in Jacksonvillefor ...... ...... 1t12a ...... .. .Iaytt.na SUp jp.. .
line forerunner of pneumonia. It cures I slackness with which they keep their J .D. ItUOUMt.. Clrt'UII.JU'I;; ...... ...... ... ... ll3p.12p........ ........PortOran .. B&p ..... ..... "
.. ... ..... .... .
for will tell her in the J.I). UEUtis . Stale's Altonun Eleven Years. ...... ...... 11 16& 1 ...... .......New tmvrna.. S 14p .
toothache and is equally good aw1 A lady .. ..... .... ....
[ promises. .... ..........o..kHilL Zfip
...... ...... 2 \ : .
I to keep hour sntlNU TEUM.0owla ... .........Tituwi !e... ..... Z/llp .... .....
1 an .
mail aa for man. most solemn manner ...... ......1% .... I'
The hour will Count. v. )...t Momlav. in March.Orange. .. Best of References Furnished. ............. .... p. ..4tii........ ... ........('.......I.>.-..;.-nt.... ...dU..... -IIr.D- .... ...... >
stated time. : ..... ......
her at .... .
a Sd 102197Red .. .... .... .... .. l2lp .
.. .
I .. .. .... UlOp: .Coisst .. .I .. ..... ....... ..
... .
Bow to Cure Sick Ileadache.It I come and go. No woman. Meantime I Lake 41h" ...... ..... 12 4Jp. .... 21p .
.. .. .....
.. .. ..
VdUifia 2i; 'I "April. ... ...... .... Hotels
has often been remarked that the f others will appear who would pay her IIrtflrI": uh ,. .. .. ............ .......... ., I '3p 8.j1tp 4:np ....... a .........Ean 54Iiie.< .. .... .. I 115p.; .............. ......
of sick headache several dollars for the hour. She loses' Hade '* let Monday afttr 4th Monday ...... .... I 2.'i -laMp ...... .. .........I1l'lIM.UJ"De......... a t : 1S4p ...........
[distressing complaint in ." .... ...... ... 'lISIIa'..... ..... .....
April. ... .SCbasuillfl.
..... ... .
...... ....
| iI the result of eating too much and ex- I'! all the dollars and the precious time FALL TERM.laeeola Spanish and ...... ....... '. 5lp 6Iilp ...... ..........St. Line...... .... i 1045&.,..... ......... ...........
makes another ...... .. .. a 108l 12 p.
f ercisicg too little. In the majority of I too. The same woman iu Oftolier.Oranjte ...... ..... 218p a Fort .... ..... ..... .....
She would be greatly offended < County, ixt Monday.. .. .. ...... ..... a .. ......... ,,&\1. ..... IOIIa .

cases its cause lies in the fact in that the I engagement.if the hour were not promised to ".' 2.1 .. .. :::::: :::::: .::::: .::::::. ::::::::: .Jer.-cn...Slnart :::::::: '., 95 ..:::::.:::::: :::::
or .
food last taken is so quality U-ile 4th01111'1.1 $ *&- ........HobeNmnd... .. ....... ..... ...... XoJ:
ancys 92a..
...... ..... .. Hip..a.
her the second time she deliberately 3d Nov.Breranl . I ...... .......-
1 to excessive in quantity that the btom- yet \ .. ...... ..... . ..... 'YI'io"t Jupiter .... ...........
diet commits the same tin of breaking her lilt ..... .... .. a: ... West Palm }sei.h. .. 8a'IOI8I.j.: ; .
> ach cannot digest it. A simple on I." .... ...... .....
.. .
grains and ripe fruit, with sufficient ex- promise. Now, I wish to heaven women l.t Monilay aft'r Ihe Uh. !oI..,;- J"lo2l.: ........... .....Royal.Palm Beach Ion 8aJa... ..... ........ .....
I themselves henceforth day in NovimlxT.ll.b.LAXDOFUCE. PineappleSlips .... Bo-.h Inn. A r. S 25p
brace .Palm
would up
in the air to keep a gentle just p .
trcue up .
open "
...... Royal Poinc'illna
perspiration would speedily effect a and be on time and keep every engagement -.a: ......... ....West Palm Beach .
headache they make as if their sollis'salvation ...... ...... ..Linlon... .... ".. 13a..I. I
cure. With some persons this If I. M. r.AlJCO .. ....... UeRii-ttT Suckers .. ......FortLaa.l..r Ble. 6 449
It does. and ,,

conies stomach's on at signal regular of distress intervals at and having is the lecture or depended meeting on is at it. 3 o'clock that u N. \VAIN\VliUJllT Ullices at Uainesville._ .. r'lornla.norr it"I'CI\. 1 For Sule, ft the 'oit".lIl : V-iricue-. vuAhhaka 11 U uI..a......... : ... .. .. ................Lemnn. ...: ('ity b." 6 6 .. ... .. ... Wp tSp

been imposed upon. To take 2 teaspoon- means 3 o'clock, not lounging in, in Ii 1'orto Him. Na.99 Palm Beach Limited southbound Iv. St. Augustine 2:30 p.m., Ormond 4:2&p.m-,
fulli of powdered charcoal in a glass half bedraggled way, at half past 3 or 4. The Kins AL SERVICE DEI"I. !> ytoB 433 p. m.. Rockledge Hotels 6a: p. m. R.>al Poiuciana. 8:is p. m., Palm BeachMM
Smooth C\fune
reliefor right upbuilding and strengthening of J. W. CHUNK... .lrverilMrvalory 10 p. m. Beach Inn 230 m., Royal Poineian
fell uf water will Kmietiiues give No.98 Palm Beach LImited. northbound.Iv. Palm p.
a tabletpoonful of lemon juice 15 a complete character does depend on our I at Jupiter Itil.t.GWT Egyptian| Queen ltlllp.m..R and keeping engagements. -------- Ripley Queen Golden Queen AuguEthe III p. m.
minutes before each meal and the same being prompt
LIGHT HOUSE fiEKVU't. White Antique.JVrnniuliiico. ORANGE CITY JCNC'N. Trains do not stop at stationa whero
attack has been : NEW SJTTBSA AND
at bedtime. .Many an time is not shown.STATlOs. .
warded off by freely drinking hot water, Thrilling indeed would appear in the Liiciit house at Jupiter Inli't. I I.o .1 N o. 8. \-1X0.,i.Xo, ;, 4. Trisr2,35.9and78.Dafly.
Secre- ,'A"ESA.AItoIOl'lt KeeperJ. I6a T Kip' Trains, a. a6, S, 74. 98 and 88
but better than all these is the "ounce public prints the mention that A. WELLS. Ir-l A'-eI.n' En\ ill Ic. &* 1Lv... .New. Smyrna.tielen..Lv.Ar.'II In 21a 5 :.11'
Sherman wore a black necktie at I'.NK.. 3d I Af-Klflin delivery ran Iw nmde. |l'llrl .>f ihe tlllJa 4 S5p .Lake Train3id'.illyesceptMondaY.
')f prevention" found in abstaining tary .1. A. Early 41 4 ..OrangeL'ity.111', lua 5 (*-p.AH
meeting while Secretary --- (niittr pu his I'laiiliitiiiuhiivin Im-n I'III.'dIII"t : p 45i> ... 110\ 05a 5 top Trains 116,a7 and 88 are composed
cabinet -- -- City
last ,
the 4 upAr..Orange
from tea and toffee, rich gravies pastry ....Ih. AnplytnG.C. BOo of Pullman Care.Buffett II
and cakes-in short in living as every Bliss set the mode by appearing in a i DISTRICT SCHOOLS. _ _ _ _ Parlor Cars on Trains 23,35,74and
lavender tie and gray trousers, or that MATTHAMS. Trains between New Smyrna and Orange Cityfunction 78-
rational being ought to live. : --...- Q_..._.."...._ Trains 98 and 99 are composed iively -
Senator Lodge appeared a suit of navy 0 daily except' "' .1. of Parlor Cars. .
LEMON CITY. Florida Pineapple Company ,
I he delivered his speechon
when I-
Ham to Header COOM Fat. It I K.McliOXAI.I I ).frilltpxi:
removed I the civil service question and that !VIIS.S :M. .\. Mcl O .\ 1.1.. KM lnniK. 5 :il-.l": We.:t. 1'alui HK-I.| Kla. HAVANA.
Take all the fat that was he his hair in the middle and had i :. t. ten tIE ..Sin.eril.fI. KEY WEST AND
from the inside of the bird when drawing parts
the occasion. Let '11.\:\1.I. learn
for --
it done in papers of Key West of the Florida East Coast Steamship .
it tir any other kupt'rlluous pieces. he is .lii' rn-lin. ertcamj-paty ani Fn.layg after arrival of train from Jackonville
that KllltKU
1 I. K. Wednesdays
it not fail to be emphasized . ... Land J ilitmi for key West on Mondays Havana. Lave Key west a:Ml
Pet all into cold water and leave one K.U. FKA7.IEK. .S"I..fIHl| Bargains in ,maki'i.g connection at key West with sicaii'ers for Miami next morning.In '
his first youth. and batordari arriving
day. Change the water once or twice. past XKl'Tr.N'K.UlSit : ; 9- m. (standard time) on Tuesdays Thursdays train.NASSAU.

Then drain off the watt and cut the IRENE RICKARDS ...Instructor: At from ito sof price* on adjoining tinds..Muck tame to connect with north bound

fat Put it in a clean Let me tell you a secret. It is easierto ..... .................................. ............ 1I1Jtf.i."I'ln.1t .,.,- and fruit lands for.ale in 5-acre land upwards
into small
pieces. till nothing be on time with an engagement thanto .)\ i iollt lots at S.so per acre.during Worth the south n-xt 60davs. 01La.nland.u.'II..wu
ktrwpau and slowly melt These lauds are on I ike N. P.
be late. Just get used to it and see. .liiMruri.. Garden
fat. W. A. II. HOBBS as the Hvpoluxo ,
remain liquid .
but skinny pieces I. \. AKMUl It .. SoH>rvi"< Land-Ihe "" .lla"d" in the < onnty This i* a Vn-
\ tb
Strain it into a jar through a piece of educate.1 hpccial offer fur vegetableiwl l pine.-ipiile grower ftarria to Nuaao. N. P. (Bahama Islands), inaugurated January 11. 1595.trtSio>y betweea
fine muslin. When Miss Ella Levin a highly l"\IO.: *. Ida East Coast Steamship Company, S.S. Miami especially built for pa.-.an.ter
bnlUached calico
or and accomplished young business woman .\xxir. i:. C. METCALF..ln4rlIrtet. : .. ta.y: Terni-6 per cent on deferred pay Wiaui. "'i.. and Nasaau.F1IAMI .
cold cover: tightly and keep in a cool adverti K; Hr.Y-KU: ...... ..SIII".f\"' ... lIl"ntFur. further pirti-mlars enquire
office HIAMI.
as an TO
has opened an NASSAU
place Sk.nw; cople put two sliced and MAXUOMA. I III' Owner, TO NASSAU.
writer in the New York TribunH SAM 3RO\VN, JR., ( I March th.Sein1Wwek1y .
pet led apple into the pan while the fat I nieut cf eminent | :4 1:0:0t': HUSKY.. .................I..lfll..I.I I Fla.or TrVWeekly, February 14th to March 25ta. Tri-Weekly February March JUth iJth to 10 April Uth.
has .
She prospect Grove mi-Weekly
building. .I-....1tS.: KOXVLkY. K uiwrtI..4vI..i Cocoanut ,March 29th to April l
melting. Advertisement writing is a
I success. \ I'ALM KKACII. \\" 1. MKTCVI.IWest Palm Beach.JI. .

llow to Broil VcDUon Steak.Ott business constantly growing and one I.. K IIIMXCY.......................... ... ITi..dl I Time Tables show the times at which trainsand boats may In-expeed to arrive and
which calls for the exercise of the best i.n.rXOEVIXE........................ .-\.i.ita' : B. 1.y I.\S. Lantana Fla Thsee from the several stations and ports, but their arrival or de) and a half; should be : Sii ., ... '...211. ftnart hold itself resiMmsible for any delay or aaQBaequances /
a IJOuod and artistic talent It is a pro [II K iXitkCSULL: | -rvi I ia Wit guaranteed nor does the Company

cut (rum the leg about three-quarters of literary COLOKFD. ____ I arising therefrom. Street Jackvinville or addresa
236 Went Bay
fession in itself.Women I == of local time card call at
an inch: thick. Have your gridiron well I I B .I"\ '>. ............... .... .......Iiistmctc'J lor copy
greased: and fire clear and hot. Broil will be glad to know that L K. IXC.ESSOLL.............. .... Sujiervi.. : New Store I J.f.BECKWITH. J. D. BAHXER A""t. ien. Paoeenger Aj nt.

rapidly, turning often, not to lose a ;I Mrs. Croly (Jennie June) has been appointed i.xr.\\A. I Traffic Manager. St. Augustine Fla.

4 minutes ......... ., lnhtiurlUXKTT >
drop of juice. It will take 3 or I an inspector of the publiu '.IKS..liEH LYMAX -

longer than let Monk. Have ready schools of Greater New York. Her term \ .. \ : ... SUI e. \1- !New Goods, ..:..

in cbatiug dia piece of I will be five ELLIOTT' KKY.UXIKsC. ..... .
saucepan or half of office years. I II %I:HIS....... ................Ia>tructo-
Lutter the size of a largo egg or a R. H. TIIOMI'sOX .......... ........... snpervisoiBKLLK
cupful of good brown sauce and add a I have lately seen a woman 7 5 years : FLOR.I. \. New Prices..,..

half tumbler of ml currant jelly, a salt- old more beautiful than any girl around ;. F. KIIIXKK ................. ....... .Instructor ., '-" \"J .
ipotn of salt and a little white epper. her. Her complexion was pure pink K. R. FRAZIKR................. .......... Siiuervior.i W e welcome all our nld friends andpitriis.an.Icordi.llvilvite FirstOlass-

The moment the gravy boils lay each and white, and there was an expression < '\YXI:. .. Ir"tn'i uVaUhts .. strati-. .. !

piece of steak in the mixture singly and of power and sweetness that only tho I.F: LEE .... .... ..... ................. .. liMrurtc
turn over twice. Put all on warm platter I intellectual life, noble thought and I.! I'\(.,.; WILSON........................ 'olll'r'| i 1-0 \ Clocks Jewelry and

and set in the oven for 5 minutes be- kindly temper of years could have carved CfTI.EIL i ....Optical Goods

fun tening. I there. She dwarfed the girls so that .t IIIIH: I.KK \MOX ............ ... .11I.'I" Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing
they seemed crude and uninteresting wL rVX/\K( I !>..................... ....... o.ul.cri.i.., Neatly and Satir-faetorily Done. WORK
How U MU OlryCfclery SIDegZ. beside her. Eyes let-ted
( in the City
is us-eful for flavoringand i F. MKKKITT. .... ..................rrim-Ipt II"fr' 1'i.tCt i Optician ap"rn\.t"fl metho.The new
vinegar Steele of e
Lulu .
Miss M \ AM.i tnr.f. Ir.mkldner.lir
\IY M. wi.l b' lii rhdrgiI'rof.
may be made of pieces of celery Ky., has been: appointed a member of X. \l'TI ElL... .......................SupirviiM.COLORED. .1..1.:.lii.iteOi> >tici,,n .:it Ki> a'. Optical Col

F covered with some pure cider vinegar I the state board of school examiners. lee. New }'or ..

or the celery eeeds may be USl d. If the This is a place for which women seem Mis.: v. L. JC.'OX.. Ini.trsitrt Daily Papers and Periodicals.

$eeds are to be used cover an ounce of I fitted. They ought to be on I \ I.. I.UillTHOt'KXE; .SupeniM SON \
peculiarly G. W. IDNER &
: ,
celery l with a quart of pure cidl'r.batpl' boards of school eramineraverywbere. LKK.SVILLE.rs'SXI At THE SUN Office.
and let it stand 2 weeks, shako I the I : 'KRS. IntructP. < j It-t l>o .i south Ruv*,ll & i.o.'s Drug Mom:

fcg it every day. It will then be ready ELIzA .ABcn A Rn Co1\ lEE ....... . ..ul'l'rn"t)1 Seminole Block! Call on DI! 10-21-97

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MARC Z. Mi.t .
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Jk\\ i QLtDptitML l! :New York Tailoring Co [ BOYNTON.BREEZES. Kditor TuoriiAL Melbourne SCN-1-Chautauqua.:

ii I Prof. J. F. Berk was at Lantana one MELBOURNE, Fla., i Coheil ll ll Brothers' ;

------ Popular Price Tailors day last week on business. As the SUN claims to March be, and I, lSy8.is decidedly

:1 WE'ft PAUl BEACH FLORIDA. H. B. Murray went to Lantana Tues an advocate of the interests of j .- ---
day evening on urgent business. the Florida East Coast, I deem it not I _

-- -- ---- Suits to order, $16 aid $20. Palm Beach amiss to furnish a few items from this : j\I] Popular Dry Goods

t f GUY METCALF, C. E. Chase was at West and
which claims to be a part

I EDITOR AND MANAGER. Trousers to ord r, $4 aid $5. having dental work--done- Friday. place parcel, of the "East Coast," and whichat Jacksonville, Florida:!!

I I: YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION, $2 Blankssenthy Freedlund Messrs. Walter went to Bowen Palm Beach and Andrew Thurs- of this the "East time advertises Coast Chautauqua.itself as the" seat ft: t V'I !} The Leading Dry GoodSBI;;.

and }
Samples day. ____ Melbourne is nothing if it is not an ft
mail. .
-- -- -- >
-- --- advocate of all that goes to advance .

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Chase were old at higher thought and higher life a town : in the State. ,I;.

...., / Linton over Saturday night visiting than which there are but few prettier or .

: I ); -. ?11''l' J 17 East Bay Street, friends. better located in the State, situated The Largest Stock, The Newest 1i l!

Nm i : Mrs, W. H. Cox made a trip to West mainly upon a high plateau 25 feet t at the Lowest Prices. ; '

i Palm Beach Saturday, combining business above the broad Indiin River at this -
i JACKSONVILLE FLA. To all whom request we w ill send samples free of i
io.2i.U7 and pleasure. point nearly two miles wide, 1
: AMONG OUR CHUKOHES -- who have WE PREPAY Express Charges on aD
largely by -
orders to the amount of $5.00 or over, -
... ----- -- ------ Mrs C. W. Pierce and SOD were guestsat built for themselves comfortable homes, I when money accompanies the order. ,

V Time and Place of Services Special Ilypoluxo several days last week, returning three churches' three hotels. numerous t
., Notices Week-Day and Sun- Thursday by launch Victor. stores, one newspaper and another aboutto The Best Equipped Mail Order Dept -

day Meetings. Witty Sayings Intei-spapsed With : start, with a common school and a I Write for Samples and Try it. Your Money Hack if Goods Art X --....- Mrs. Walter Bowen is quite sick witha "' .
Business Bargains. of diseases. A speedy high school, no saloons within its borders --Respectfully- ; ...
EpIs3opaISePvIees. complication
from the
i -- a population coming
1I i Dont F. OLIVER'S when recovery is hoped for as she seems to I --
forget J. Western, Middle and Eastern States.
!;..,s.:1'1'.\L Cn('111'11-Bethesda-by-the-Sca. you want Fancy Groceries. be on the mend. and bringing with them their advanced COHEN BROTH :
REJ. X. :MriFoRD Rector
rti-v'.T, IflJtMESHlDRY: .\ss't Mini-ter. Fii>t Citizen-He's a strong Republican Quite a number attended the "dance"at I ideas upon religious and educational

tarvicc every Sunday morning at II o'clock.A isn't he? South Hypoluxo, where a right pleas- subjects. out of which has grown the f POPULAR DRY GOODS HOl ; ,,,"t
launch will ru-s reularly lu connection leaving Second Citizen-Decidedly! lie even indorses Southern Chau-
Ilypoluxocorrespondent idea of establishing a
ant time was had, only the
West I'aim Reach city dock at 10:30. Fare the Irtngley deficit.-Puck.
enough where for a few days at least of Jacksonville Florida.
--------- could not get tanqua
lhi .
or roiunl Ii ip 10 cents.Sunday '''''.91
$ lIo.JI: at 3 p. m. Just received-the finest line of Hats. cabbage, but as it is in his territory, the winter !'season residents and visitors At.1ut
All kinds.-SIRKIN'S BAZAAR. ,,"-"- "-"'''- '- :
will not attempt a write np. may enjoy an intellectual feast, season
I "1 told her I would the world and -.- -- ;
lay at her -
BIIOrllt of good things/ to build them up, -------- ;
.. ltoou OF ST. \\DREW.-lI: on Ct
$ The econl aid FourthVeihicnday of each eet.-What did hhe r Fred S. Dewey makes frequent trips create aspiration for a higher life. HOTEL ARRIVALS. Snider do John ;I.:

i raontn. L. F. HIXDRV: Director. She said if I wan say that athletic I ought tots here to see to his interests, and this Beginning with last Saturday, a ten ....-- SchencK do, E II ,_ ;< tTV.
\i V. I. AmstoNG.Ja.: Secretary. travelling with a show."-Tit-Bits. week made a compound trip, coming days session of the second year of the 11I11. Palme II Muscblel ;

-- -------- Watch and first here Monday eve, going to Lantana East Coast Chautauqua began. So far York, Wm P Maas M
jewelry repair by
M. E. Church, South. ng then to Linton on Joseph Sample and wife, Brooklyn; J
class workmen and guaranteed, at Tuesday morning, we have been entertained by two lectures McDermott Iloitos, Lotthe

I f., ",iCt',1'\ be held in the Knight* of Pylh'i4 Iduer & Son's. Lyman's launch. then back here in the from Prof. Foibes of Deland, and C Cook, Atlanta; C \\' Waldean Kingston Florida, Jno F Cannot'Andy t-

.4 I Hall on the First,Third and Fourth Sundays -I our sun I Imm actor you gay, Mr. Maglnnis evening. one by Rev. 11.Y.. Little of Deland. ; J P Lovett, Miami; C L Bean, Jackson I Dchins BorlieDingan ;
t carl m.iiiht II a. m. anI 7:30 p. m. Every illeCB! Henderson, Hobe Sound.II .
? ; ,
Prof. Forbes first lecture
stereopticon on Reading Ft
at Cincinnati ,
caii-iinHa--ir.vited! 1 to attend. "I was glad Miss A. G. Spillman, ,
Faith, he w.Anil ." F lIammon, Palm Beach; II R Griffin, WI
v'urn they ra: .. what role due he ?"
I t-f the l, -i lEV.J. U. W 4UEH. Pastor hoIIIsit? Faith, he play rolls the assumed and taken charge of the house while those who missed his lecture Philadelphia; J S Stevenson and wife Boston, P Z AmanderStlW IC.
4 ; Humminbal N Y A C Vogler and wife, :
tain."-Tit-Bit*. and garden formerly owned by Rudolph on Monday on "Education:: missed ; Buie Titusville, F1 f -

Evening Star Lodge, No. 46, For Rooms-----Beds-- Heinatz which she purchased some : a rare treat. Rev. Little's lecture on Salem N C; Miss R A Vogler, Salem N Miami, Via, Joseph DnsHW ; /
_, f Knights of Pythias, Good Table Airy be sure, to stop at the and New a time since. Miss Spillman will be "Chinese Gordon" was a high tribute to Y; L F Graham N Y; J H Baldwin an.II I C Alexander Phfla& 1fttn

it Me2t eri'iy KiiJay Ni htttywjp.m.standard Seminole Hotel, Geo. Zapf, Manager Boynton's first lady gardener, and we all General Got don's life and character and wile Miss \\' H Johnson, harvey Bald- : Chester New York, 3' 1 tit

.;,..*. "i rl':1111'1: thers cordially Invited. Open all the year. wish her the best of success in her was well delivered by Mr. Little, who is win, Akron; J G Holzheirner, Pittsbarg1; i I Philadelphia, E Eefly'r
e:..t'e Hall over Public School Building. Mr and Mrs T F Manderfield Chas
b The1Isltig Kt: i.Ien.-e-Hattie: Maudeilmttn't undertaking. _ an entertaining and eloqueut speaker.Mr. JIanderfield York, J B Terry Sotithai ]
J. \ ProH.
1 -.'...I.. WiDMrYF.R: K. of R. & S. C.z-4-97 C. sho\\ her age at all. docs she t Little delivers a lecture this even- Philadelphia; E W Reed Maas Brooklyn, NY,5 f P.
Ella-No, but can see where nlieMMtche'l Messrs. Freedlund, Berk and War- Gaillard
you ing on "Madagascar", while during the and wife, Washington, 0 R sonville, A D Rohrer 1
( _ it TS
out of the
family Bible.-Chicago ringe inform us that they have completed -
---- -- Sebastain T A Dade
\1'\\11. week other noted lecturers follow Mrs. ; Whitaker i ounty; !. Benson Boston, M 1
P. I. Y. C. Race. working and fertilizing their L F Weaver B Weaver Ind. L: 0\
L LaPorte
DeLand, has charge of the Jacksonville. P C Con]
Fine fat frying chickens and hens for and that they are taking .>n a good
music classes, which to those who know Fred M Tucker, wife and child, )lat.1
ii The seventh nee of the Pelican Island fricassees, at Clematis Avenue Supply growth and Mr. Freedlund he will i Emley Philadelphia, I b
Store. says her, is a sufficient guarantee that the toon, 111F; PLIewellvn and wife. Miss! II
:: Yacht Club sailed Brooklyn, X Y. John I Gof
----i was Friday afternoonin his this
have full bearing pines I
-- a crop on Kate Llewllvn Miss Wa MrsJ t
will be well done. Miss Maude Llewllyn, C Gaus do !Schafnu -'
stiff breeze from John
a NNE.
Owing to "Mamma, I guess I know why Mr. Bun by year. Others are either working or Dupee, of Boston, will contribute to the W Kessler Shamokin. Pa; Mr D Mc- i ,.
the direction of the wind the course was Sits in thc front row at the tlwater." preparing to work their pines also at | man Lacrosse. Wis, K Z j tiM ,
entertainment Farlan Jr Darrington, Pa Miss II L
P by a series of recitations. ;
dear < Mulballund St R
laid "rtliy.uiy ?
straight up and down the Lake, once. ------ On, "' ...L.1 .t_.l. :n L.. ...11 T,11pr._ Von.Vrfc___.. .- rr \VQt. ,,rtn.. <..n.l..
everybody can nee that lie's n iuc nuuic iuc neck win Ifvue lull '
got a little WW
I starting from Iad Robinson c
hair It'll b'lIind.-I'iLthburp Chronicle. is visitor of instruction and elevation to those in Boston; I R and wife, .
wharf with a regular to C do Back
a dead beat to windward, to Major Boynton J Colquitt ,

_ r u! and around a buoy in the middle of the Rough! Lumber Cheap.-A few carloads our town, watching his crop grow and attendance. This, Chautauqua move- Ruth }:,Kobinson Estelle Robinson, Alice Win Irbills an.l. e fetf I
I L_____ ou stick at mill at Gifford. Will lie had Anna Ave ment is one in the right direction and Robins, Iowa; I LAdler' Miss Cora
Lake 'jes'lookin' on. Lee A Miller !
_ opposite Dewey's then a run before bo suld Jacksodvi, 1
,, the wind 1)3 miles south around a Co., Eau\ery Gallic low.-G., Fla. F. Pddison 2 10 tf.& cleaned up from land to ocean and we predict, if rightly managed, will Adler, Jacksonville. genbacLer New Yort F SaJ

r buoy, and back to the starting point -- ------------- Cocoanut Grove also, which adds to their g row in favor as the years go by. a Geo M SnyderdoJobit.-

J- I Time was as follows : Minn You Miarpk'lgb ought to to have a your VOUD&ears ret-hnma buivil.." who salt appearance greatly, and he is going to -t.- Seminole Hotel.J A nge'es, Cal, Joha RyiI'-.

I. 1ST CLASS. hall just Iotoll'lI a ..i..... have several acres cleaned up on Beach I THEY SAY- II Yancey, Jacksonville; E Peterson Nuno. Y, II H Powell do,J_|

Start. Finish. "Well," he asked ""by don't you do it?" Ridge to Spanish River. lie also has I -- |. J Via; L II Church Savannah; W L ouis. Frank Ryan X t.'

E _, SINn 32I5 5042S 112 Time.I SO. '.1 would," she replied, "if I bad a 110.1IIIrreenoub.Cblcago other extensive improvements in con- That one woman pulled her husband's I M Russel, Jacksonville; J II Parnell, i Jag Mempbi W Gould d ;j[

Martha 3 21 4'J 3 00 45 1 38 51; ; Xl'WlII templation, which will be reported l lep so hard this Christmas she's crippledhim Ottawa, Canada; J A Wrisjbt Cleveland; Eden Fla.P Sktens"f

'I r $15.00 cash rill be paid for two good later. -- -... for life. W II DeLong: Emporia, Fla; C H Fla, Michael Winter ; -

_ ,) 2ND CLASS. sized bearing orange trees. Address That you can't he sure that you're the Brand, Lawrenceville Fla; J II Whitney Maik Schon.l do, J I B J1 _
Sarnie 3 56 22 4 32 57 1 56 35 Dixie Bachelors. only microbe in the kiss. St. S S Pensa- I :'
-3 3 j\ Box 132. City. ._ .. I ; Harvey, Au usttne. F B Hardeed* (:
II 56 38 4 3i In I
I t 1 59 43 ----- 1 That cola; A G Niggels. Jacksonville; G L Lantana G B Baker xY
Under W. S.I I the most of you hate even forgotten ; ,
Mm. Horer,the expert cook says that men the chaperonage of Mrs.
3RD CLASS. hlii'iilil not eat <>j merit. It dllt't\Mt'em trad to Clow, a party of young ladies invadedthe the good resolutions you made Loper, do; R A Green. Canton, Ohio; Mattox, J Martin, <

the poor little things. Wirh< Kan. G C Sanderson, Philadelphia; L F Nelson Louisville P H ;
ta, Eagle new year. Ky;
2 :;3 20 4 15 2S' 1 22 0 I Id i Dixie neighborhood last Saturday in 1011'

; : 2 54 001 28 :;s 1 34 10 Boat building done right at home, in search of the noted bachelors' quarters That Psyche, Cupid and Venus did not Grant. Fla; Fred Hoepfner New I M S : ;
---- the York; Gus hall Boston; HaioId Mae, Atlacta Mrs M
most workmanship ;
approved manner good in that locality so as to personally in. not hang up their stockings
.- In the ist class the Prude was not and at living prices. Call>n'' and Jacksomille; F V Moore, Jensen, Fla; | F Allen, Hartford Cca; .:
4 the mode of living of
spect manner That of the of
entered, and the Siren was picked for Capt. A. T. Rose. I the humerous single gentlemen with nearly as some bad a plight.rest us were in S Brinson Brinson, Ga; A L Hawes :| Kuhns, Chicago; J F lI :'='

I the winner having a crew of ladies, "Hello. Browne! I thought yon wvre goingto which that section is infested. Bainbridge, Ga; Rev Wm E Jeffrk-s, j I Fla; M L Huovet. G B t.::

( ;,; with one of them at the helm, but the i the Klondike." They struck the "shack" of County Tint all one girl gave her beau was a Stratford, Conn; C B Crockell, jr. &*- Augustine; Joe II BaUflA 1)f _
Martha showed herself Didn't hate to. I Went into a KiontikedevtltIinwit little more '
too speedy forher ton; S Slokon and wife, Christiana Pa; E F Haines. Jacksonville. -
School J. W. Comstock .
I I competitor, and won by 3 minutes rljht1' lit home.tompany" Cincinnati Rot; frozen oat life is the game we are all play J W Jackson and ,rife, Baltimore; W E :
Enquirer. first, and, as it was almost time to eat
4 4 34 second. The Narene won in the -- --- -- ing-and playing to lose. Le'Ais Great Barringtou, Mass, Chas II -

I 2nd class and the Nancy in the 3rd Everything going at reduced prices at they also struck him for lunch. Neighbor Lehman Atlanta Ga F II Schau
.1 I The SIRKIN'S BAZAAR. 1 Conistock braced up for the occasion war is often the price of peace. ; and FOR SBU
next race of the Club will be family Chicago, G Zelinbaum
'a "1 and in short order had lunch prepared That in God we trust-all others cash. J Jack-onville
sailed "
on Friday March n, at 2 p. m. come here I'llme.tork, he ttald. A P Painter do, I) P Fergusonand --
We thought; !t time to hire him. that would have done honor to the chefof That Santa Claus is better to the kids One of the Fine S *
I very
i .
.. Sparta, Fla, Thos J Hardee
Itut tic u tie loaded came IiixtcadVe the Royal Poinciana, and the ladies than Santa Cruz is to the old man. Winter Residence L'\ul'd.
t \ JIPITER jOTTIXGS.I \ thought it time to fire him showed their appreciation of his efforts Juno Fla. E C Miller Juplt-r. Fla, J P on

-___ n __I._. A. W._Bulletin_ and success by paying him the comple. That one fellow didn't know whetherhis Burrough Jacksonville, Walford Hall I Containing 20 Acres iL

I p Episcopal service.s. were held at theschool More of those fine West India and uientiof eating it all op with very present was meant for a tobacco Ft. Pierce Fla II Verge Milwaukee, with frontage: to Lake IDd ft)*
fat Florida Bananas at Clematis Avenue pouch or a pincushion, so he used it fora Jas Mauldin Dillon Mich *
house Tuesday evening by Rev. evident enjoyment. Hugh J Lake front h..s been impw*
.4 Brown. Supply Store. penwiper.That Holland do, C J O'Brien do, R II1 I ulti
As soon as able after their indulgencethey laid out and planted'
I -I wonder" aid Mr. M re kton, "why they called of the other bachelor your first advertisement won't Davidson Quincy, Fla, II E Day
on some Of;
The trade boat merchant, of St. Au- say that Mlence I Is golden.; always bring you customers; Gainesville Fla, J M Bryan Gnu, Cowlliutt
residents H. H. Richardson Kisimml't'.1
jjusUne, was haunting our docks last "I guess," rvilifd hi r husband, very unUardfdly including Fr$*
Fla. W Lemon
That the first I Jones
won't Augustine, lirnjic
t1 always catch ,
and L. F. Harne and
weetk.L !; "it uuxt lie because gold i I" xol }, inspectedtheir
-- l l.ar,1 to get Hoinetimes.Va"liington Star.Bargiiu houses and surroundings to the full a fish; ter Hawkins Jacksonville. Fla, wal.1 I Lime Trees. Pilltlrppld,,

Quite a launch full of people went in Real Estate-3oo satisfaction of their womanly curiosity, That the first whistle won't always Kuler Tallahassee Fla, E J Johns .I under cover and .tn enfllc .t

1 : from here last Friday up to Mr. Snyder's :;'3110. acres and then departed for home with their call a dog. wife Carleston Fla, J 11 Walsh, Hudson Flowering Shrubs. Tree id*fThtre

: at Robe Sound. So acres, hair mile (rom Ilypoluxo. hearts filled with sorrow over the lore- That some people hold their shut N Y, C Johnson New York, Capt Lee is Excellent Bon '
j. i 22:) acies near south fork St. Lucie eyes Vogel, Jacksonville, Chas A an
some lot of these estimable bixie bachelors Spencerdo *
River. and then claim they can't cnt1
I Miss Mable Ftnton of Webster see. C the propcrt with
City Johnson II B Saunders do. B ,.
who were living so well if not wise.
For Iowa arrived last Tuesday for That better to have both friends M Pike Gadon ence and the whole of
evening a and Ala, 0 I Stocks tlo.I I'
F. PADDISOX ly, their feminine brains were filledwith I biitDlt"
rew months visit in the "Sunny South" and enemies than neither. Charles E i' protected by a well
_21731: Eau Gallic Fla. schemes of ameliorating the condi- Hopkin Philadelphia; Geo S I *.
I with her cousin Mrs. W. S. Tancre. : That it is better to be a Democrator Roth Philadelphia, P Potter :: .\!tuether. thi., property fa ,
"I thjii't Lhow whether I Iia\e4lnfii con.plimented .- tion of these gentlemen, some of the J Bowling : *'
or Lot,' raid Chollie. : a Republican than neither. Green Ky Peter Carroll St. I the most desirablf! places
; Will schemes going so far as to include the Augustine
j Joyner Tuesday morning for what M the Feast.,. ?" asked hK friend. : That "Billy" Ma is Isador Cohen :Miami Geo Coast of Florida mi reis0114.
the Ncrth. He assuming the role! of housekeeper for the :oa funny editorof Wrijjht St.
nice ,. '
s a young man and "Mi s YigK told me she| be'ieved I w IK nioriIntellIgent the Thomas Ont M R can be offered tll an tmmedia r
I will aforesaid bachelors and it is than Congressional Record. Johns Stuart, Fla *
be missed more *
by all who know him. than I pretended to be."-Indian- Erus ere For full particulars. *$!
All his mends wish him good luck and apo'i- ..lonrnal.N'o probable that only the consent of the That education increases crime; D Stypmann do. A Robertson St

t $4 GlOd'spted. bachelors stands in the of such Augustine, C Madsen Chi.ago, M II G. C. MattbanAPATRONIZE
a That
way a man cannot commit
need to seed away from home for; crime until ,
Norvell raS
juy boats when Capt. A. T. Rose can scheme being carried out. he knows how. Atlanta, Ga, M L Hoover St. 3-3'3t \\.tit
Monday afternoon little William Tan- build fine We of Augustine, F W McIIugh ilo, W F -'
you one as or as cheap as yon suggest that one the gentlemen That McKewn -
'I cre tripped and struck his head againstthe want. See him antI place your order. assist the ladies in carrying out their: nothing succeeds like the otherfellows do, F S \IitchaUl do, B K Hunt -

4 iron parts of the desk, cutting quite .'.Utlior-I lovey.u with my whole heart I scheme, and, if he finds it a success he success. Jupiter Via, D II Bartow Philadelphia,
t :. a long gash over his left eye. The in. suit can ue\erlo\eany other. That i8a editors of the Pekin, (China J A Caruthers
Will St.
you be I can so report to the others and they can )I Augustine, W J :
jury was painful but not serious mine? Gazette have lost their heads
and in I go and do likewise but if he finds it to ; Wooding Jacksonville, Wm R Lloyd
a few days he will be back to Lady Tyie\ riter- \re you still dictating? I
i{ school. I'UkMerpCold j be a failure he can give the others due That one Florida editor ( paper Dot New Albany, Ind, D Halliday PiUs-

4 ':warning so they can hereafter conj named I has lost his head more than I, burgh, I'a. R Oeheuler jr do 3V Pareis

There was a full attendance Drinks, Oysters in every :style : tinue iSoo times; Elizabeth, N J, W A
: : at the Cigars and Tobacco, at G. W. Sander j as heretofore to fight shy of women C Earl and wife do, ThelTropioa1

entertainment last Saturday eveningover I son's next door to the Fostoffice.Mrs. and their schemes while he will haveI That some people would prefer to live Asa Ross and wife Worcester, Mass, Ed-

at West Jupiter. The program the satisfaction of in China. win Ames and wife !
was Bellow s-I believe I being a martyr in a do E A Eden St. I

,: real interesting Elocutionist Miss Du- my mousy.BelliW.hetu. you Illarril'time for |, good cause. That it is wisdom to forget Augustine, G E Decker do, A E Mc
I I'ree rendered several tragic and everything Donnell do
comic --- M
Well i certainly didn't -- not worth knowln!;. J Collins New York, W
III recitations were aPpreciated by pit to the alt.tr for my health.-X. ) .Journal. ,: Send for Butterick Pattern Sheets I Jones St. Augustine Wm
_ _ i; the audience Several of the Jupiter --- -- i Mrs. M. G. Macdonald Agent, Jackson That some people forget that childrenare Wm Piedrit do,
New Hats and Warsaw
I a nice line of Fine !,i vilk-, Fla. only human beings after all. Ill Mr and Mrs:
people were in at'endarce Handkerchiefs Chas
[ at Mrs. F. L. Moffatt's. Robinson New York, Geo Runels
That !
| "Tin-re in one thing nhkb ratilit-..--- Mi..". hldert .Poor Sinter Barker waN a learning that is not practical I Lowell Mass, A B Drown Lynn, Mass I
a n ,
\V.\: 1TO PURCHASE omanmore 'I is a waste of time and
---I In than all great worker lib,' will lie brains. II 0
; things elite ; sadly mirixed nut ofi Lathrop and wife Boston
:\>itttv.-Persons owning farms Mass
\nd whit ili bat?" i your church. That politeness has lost J C Thrasher
winf h--THcs send full many a man Jacksonville.
description and Leo'or
t pr.cs-lMj.I V. Bond, Box 181, Dayton, <>' her Being"Chicago told tlmt Kerii'd other uouien are jealoux Ill'pul'k.Mrs. Kerrtaik-Yss. ; and sht'8" so his seat in a street car. ashek do, E R Wright Taylorville, 111-, Sun

Ohio..siie. That this ThL'O Durr do
L 1 -- S
-- -- -- -- -- paper's minor poet has Ta)lor do, G Anderson -
: Pine Apple Covering- you contem Nice Northern struck no Klondike do. A F Merritt do
big yet.
Apples and I Mrs A
newhome J New-
: Mr. Brown dot* not pay his "if" plate
covering pines write ,
- r much attention.He I prices on lumber your, lath and wire.us for raised Cabbage at Clematis,'en ue That you should l never bury hall Cinucinnatti. Robert Xt-whall do.
____ Can Supply Store. anything
1 Xo; the only time I e\er knew I furnish till ite dead. Wm II SanderManjoi.u.
:- ol his promptly and cheap.-G. F. Fla, Jo H
gulag out with her \\. aa me wi.ru the pa> -exj.K.Ue.t.1'iikMtl'p. 1'addison & Co, Eau Gallic, Fla.. --- That often unnoticed F.dwardrdulOr.., p':1 Hu h,',. dc. JobOMOt 0 t

a 10 eow St. 3tisra for %'ttc .sUzJ.; ways to great failures or beginnings great successes.open I do F J, Keith Chas French Lehighton I'a M C Bjilcv!

Columbus, Ohio, Wni
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