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 17, 1898
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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, h.wlNbwtarNEraWeAtaUaaul.leHD1.PERSONAL Tainan* mutt *s. eM M.tw fet.:n IEEr..] :i- WEST PALM BEACH, DADE COUNTY FLORIDA, MARCH 17, 1898. VOLUME XII. NO. 5.

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PICKINGS. I very much but are the deepest in love COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE. COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. D R Knight pump and pipe and put- HERE AND THERE.

with this section. ting down the same.?......................y 22 _
sad I -- - E C Pub Co 10 warrant book............. 7 :$0 ---

taplt It key G.-Pt pU You Jas. McFarlane and wife, of Lake Interesting Items Oath ref d by Our Scribes: Rcgulkr Meeting .f the Board For the Monthof John B Reilly, Insurance........... ...._.....98 40 Scraps of News About This and That tad

May .r May Not Kn... I Worth, were visitors in town Tuesday. Throughout the County March W W Culbertton, pump and pipe.......... 4 19 Different Things.

The Caxton Co. chart .........................B6 00
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k C. W Bingham left Tuesday for Cleveland E. H. Dimick is now our county treasurer LiYTCX LOCALS. WEST PALM BEACH FLA., Paul Jones, scavenger work................. 650 Trunks and valices-Anthony Bros.
} Q S William, labor Xo \-> and 2:$... .... H 23
be till about at least so Governor Blo ham March 1898.
to away Easter. says -- r g, Chase & Harvey bunrance.................. 7 03 On account of the WAR am selling
and in this case what Gov. B. of here The regular meeting of the School
says goes.J. A. Freedland, Boynton, was Wallace E Mo tett, insurance No 11..12 50
d at
, New York City Hospital Superintendent E. Glenn has received his appointment Monday.Mrs. __ __ Board was held today Present, J. W. J W Jackson mileage and per (lieu......1700 everything

Geo. .' Ludlam, and wife, paid Palm Jackson, Chairman; J. W. Comstock XV. J W Conmtock, 2 60 Big. line of ladies' umbrellasAnthony -
of for this
as Justice the Peace .
1 Beach a visit this past week pre- H. Sterling spent Sunday at West Widmeyer and Z. T. Merritt Secy.The W L Wilimeyer. 200 Bros. *
cinct and is now ready to take the law Z T Merltt, salary teb'y........................30; I()
Palm Beach.
in band and apply it to offenders "as in minutes of last meeting were read *' telegrauid frt and pontage... 2 36 Some dogs that still owe their city tax

J. B. Rriggi of Russellville. Ky., one and approved. The Superintendent J VV Jack oa. repairing pump.............. 00
cases made and provided"Richard Jos. Gunnell spent Monday at West had better to the mayor's office
step up
of our property owners and a regular presented the following report, in regard Chan Charters wood, No 13... ......... 2 00
Palm Beach.F. .
and settle.A
winter visitor, is over at the Inn. Hone one of our worthy WestSide to the insurance of the school T N Gautler cavg work No IK & :!O.I 00 .

-- W I Metcalf. It'gatlltrvlce .._................ 5 OO
neighbors, living just below town Dewey was here Monday lookingover houses in the County, which is as fol large crowd Pensylvania railroad

XV. S. Clow arrived from Pittsburg, is rejoicing over the addition ot a bonne the town. lows. The amount includes furniture: The only monthly reports from supervisors people are having a good time as the

Z ra., for a week's vi..it with his family at ing little girl to his family, the little received were from J. A. Armour Palm Beach Inn this week.
The following are la the Willimutliunc of
'* hit plantation just north oi tow n.Mr. L. G. Lyman went to Lantana Tues- and D. R. Ingersoll.
lady putting in her first appearance tbe City of Brooklyn and expiie Jan.'..1. 901 --

Tuesday. day on business. Palm Bench No 1 ............$960 Financial report for Feb'y 1898. Early morning mass at the Royal

Solon Lacey arrived Wednesday ___ Cwoauut Grove No 2. 515 Poinciana mass and sermon at St. Ann's

I. H. Burton went to\Vest Palm Beach : ......_...... .................._.. 230Yllugoola. TOTAL RECEIPT and
evening from Niles, Mkh., and is visit- Misses Lillie Lane and Effie Tucker Japiter.XoS Feb'y let, bat on hand......... .... ...... 43 church in this city at 10 a. m., Sun-
( n Friday ou business. No 6. ................................... :UO
nieces with Mrs.
in bin Metcalf all of
Mrs Guy and Stirling as chaperone, a 4: T J Hardee taxes ............23a tI 2 day School at 3 p. m.
Belle Flora No 1... ... ................_......210 ..
alls Union of Will Whid- 4 pulls.,..-....... 13 U)
May Lacey were guests Mrs. W. A. Hobbs took a jail ou his boat Juno, No $....?......... ............ 230 "
den a week ago Sunday remaining till No 9 ......... ........... : 14 J B WbltlleJil. redemptiontax The City Council will bold an ad-
Everglade, :: i
to ...... .... ...........
of in last Saturday Boynton. .. ..... 10Feb'y
JIOC' Jenkins, Juno, was town
last week Tuesday when they left for Nuptune, No 15......_..........._.?.. 390Llnton. journed meeting tonight to act on one
21, W H Reynolds, interest on
week. He says front the looks of his their home. No 17.._.?..................... 425 or more petitions for permission to put
Capt. Averette was here a portion of common school fund...................:3330
rf plant now. he will soon have toma- Cocoa Plum Nu 21_. ................. :ltJ5 wooden buildings in the fire limits

tutw to ship and tomatoes to burn before Prof. Arthur Judson tutor at C. WBingham's the week with the Denny.M. Lemon City No H, in Etna, oi Harfonl, Total..... ... W.H6DO up other unfinished
arrived back from expires Jan 11, 1901...._..... ......._... 725 and to up some
long Key West TOTAL EXPK.NDITLKkS: business.

yesterday morning. He reports the rest K. Lyman and L. G. Ellemwood Miami, col Nu 2O, in Scottish t'nlonand YaDliel }lay............................ 4000
Deputy Custom Collector wight A. spent Sunday at Lantana. Nat', of Edinburgh expire Dec 11, Jeannette Obenchain -1000 of interested in
of the party on the "Ina" as having a 19 Allen' new uniform is hardly big I Mrs S L Jackson .. 4000
good time but would probably leave Miami. white. No 18 in Phoenix, of village improvement are requested to
William Palm John Davis 4000
Cprfe went to West
enough to hold hiulfortbe latest addition Key West today for home. Brooklyn house, expirm Oct 14, attend the Congregational church next
Susan Sanders, !i use wtlary 20 00
:g to his family is a boy and last Friday Beach Monday sightseeing.Isaac 190.1650 Ada F Merritl.. 30 00 Wednesday evening, immediately alter
his natal day Miami, white, in Southern. New Orleans
___ J. A. Snider, the famous Cincinnati Mrs Edith Hunter.. 4000 meeting to take measures toward
Taylor, ,,f St. Augustine is here trniture, expires Del U 1'JIHj ........ 250; prayer

r R. T. Calvet, Baron a Le Lourd andGeorge catsup and pickle man is here again this week visiting his parents.P. Went Palm Beach Nu 13, in Liverpool. Irene LHba Rlckardit DuBogory .. .. 4000 40 OOJBJODW bettering the condition of our parks and

l.a.-ton, of Bordeaux France, with a boat load of pleasant people including and London and Ob-be expires..eb'ytI. 4000A streets.

Mrs. Snider Miss E. Shoen- 1900 .._.............._...170
are over at the Inn. Monsieur Calvet is ; Pederson, one of our truckers, is F Qulmby, recording deed Lemon At a meeting of the Ladies' Aid Society

the manufacturer of the. Calvet brand of berger and Edward Snider. They are shipping some very fine strawberriesthis ... .I Total...... .-..--...... ......fS,230 City school Hi . .. 140 of the Congregational church last
** time usual. F W Hahn, patting Indoor Miami cur '
having good as
a week
I t, Bordeaux wine.-- I A communication was received from school botttte. .. .. .. .... ... (iOODolpb Thursday, the following officers were

I Fountain wood 1 0(1 elected for the ensuing rear: President,
Melame Geo. S. Adams, this city, Mrs Heaton Owsley, a sister of Mayor Miss Effie Tucker and Miss Lilly Lane State Superintendent Sheats, announcing
f T Budge/ healer and i ipe Everglade Vice-President Miss Pot
Mrs. Stowers ,
and C. C. Houston of Mangonia, with Carter Harrison, Jr., of Chicago, is : went to West Palm Beach Saturday fora the Convention of County Superintendents Xo. 9 7 3
their children, left Monday for a visit to one of this season's visitors over at the few days visti. __ __ at Jacksonville March 1 6, 1898. E C Pu'i Co., pulilic notice (lor bids fur ter Mrs.: Secretary Sackett. Miss Decker; Treasurer

their uncle and aunt, A. W. Russell and Inn. This is not her first visit here by The members of the Board are invitedto painting Lemon City No. 3 1 20
I Lyman & Co. moved their stock of CS School Fur Co.. globes lit dicflnV.... "H'ill
wife at Lemon City. several and she hopes it won't be her attend. Services next Sunday: at the Congregational

last by a still larger majority.Lee 'gooks Thursday into their new buildingon The following deeds are in Hon. A. F. Total... ... H.od tina church as usual. After morn

Supt. A W. Buie of the Indian River Atlantic Ave. Quimby's safe at Juno: LCACITLLATION. ing services will be held a meeting of i ,

1 \ Lake Worth Line of steamers, was abua.y Russell, wife and child left last Samuel Low" to School Hoard Klllotu Key, Total receipt. 4MJ fO the members of the church to hear and .

visitor for visit his former home The vegetables are growing splendid cancelled Total expenditures .... .................. 4i>3 SO Board Pulpit
at I'alm Reach yesterday week a to at act the report of the on
T H Johnson to School Board, Elliot Key upon
leaving this morning for Titusville. the Palatka, aferhich he took his wife since the recent rain. Truckers will in lieu of hove. Balance on hand... .... ...................... 1 10 Supply for the coming year. Every

northern terminus of the line. and child up to her old home at DarienGa. soon be able to ship again. John saunders to School Bnard S IK, Tp 53 S J. W. JACKSON Chairman. member is requested to be present,

., where he left them to spend the summer R -U K. Lemon City Z. T. MERRITT, Supt.
Mr. Carpenter one of the Royal Poio- .. School Bourd. Flora.E .
R R Frazier t Belle
County Surveyor Franklin Sheen'swife he returning here Tuesday night. -----. Vice-Commodore C. I. Cr.\gii"'s stag
ciao guests arrived here Tuesday and R Bradley Lot 4, S 34, Tp

and child left Tuesday for a visitat went to the Everglades with J. Thornton 44 S, It 43 t:. My Cousin Jan. party last Saturday at Reve de' Ete wasa

New Smyrna, after which they wiUgo!! Inman H. Fisher one of Jupiter's S B Bell to school Bourns Juno.II grand finale for the week and a pronounced
for few days hunt.
to her parents in Wmderniere and prob- : prosperous add successful pineapple a M Flagler to School Boaid, Went I'alm Written for tbe Tropical Sun : success. The stags present

ably spend the summer there. growers, after a visit of a couple of The social at the school house Friday Beach Front a cliff brow that fronted on the sea, other than the host, were Joseph Jefferson. -
G U Gleamm Lot 0, S 31,
months with friends and relatives in vVegden Hall looked dow inipottingU. E. Van-
evening proved to be a most enjoyableaffair Tp 40S, K43 K, .Jupiter. E. D. Pendleton. Capt J.
At the Council An irregular pile of gray nm-ou'}.
meeting Tuesday returned last and is
Tampa: Sunday, Owing to the ferocious appetitesof E (i Moore to School Board. S 9, Tp 43 S, R A thin belt of forest behind it lay dergriff Jas. McGibson, W. Stone
M. Gruber wa elected as mayor to THE SUN force through our 43 E.
helping the Judge, the Sheriff and the Postmaster .. .. Beyond that stretched tbe moorland miles Smith, Jas. M. Davis, and Arthur Herbert -
fill the unexpired term of J. F. Lamond present busy se-son. ,. S ItbodcH: New Biscayne
away England.
all cake of ,
surplus was disposed A C Richard S 32. Tp 34 S R '
and Wilmon \Vhilldiu alderman in
as Before, lay the shining the sobbing;sea. ---t

place of A. S. Lamond, resigned. Two prominent arrivals from Atlanta 41 E. Full of passion and power and invxtery There will be a stenVpticon) Lecture,
War Yes a post-office war Some The following deeds for school lots are mints swathed lu fare about,
Sate here
Ga.. at Palm BeacInn, recently on Hawaii, by J. F. Berk, of Boynton
ot the representative citizens of this in possession: Then it seemed like a soul obnured: by
R, A. Cowing, of Wyoming, Ohio, an were Mr. S. Venable, a fort builder my next Thursday evening at the Congregational
place at a meeting held the other night, H M Flakier to School Board E1 Lot 9. all doubt.
old friend and former neighbor of Capt. tor the United States Government and lesol ved to boycott the postmaster unlesshe IIf Lot 10, West Palm Beach. I'p from the beach a rock stairway M. church for the benefit of the

W. i*. Armstrong, was a guest over at one of Atlanta's most distinguiseed ro- V M Cabot au/Iii Ife to School Board, Went [)rapell'l'1'e its sides aud garlanded. church, under the auspices of the La
would them their mail after itarrived
the Royal iVii.dana, recently, and was ciety ladies Mrs. Geo. W. McEKeen. give Jupiter.Fort Fretted by gray lichen, euibo_> green i dies' Aid Society. Mr. Burk is a fine

also cutcriaiucd at Capt. Armstrong's.lie They intend remaining some time to at night. The postmaster says Dallas Land Company to School Rourd, muss, I lecturer and uses the best of instruments -
it." Lute 1. -2 and 3. BlotV. H\. :North Miami. Vines wand their pendulous aruisai ''ss. !
left last week Monday fur the Bay. the attractions to be found
will be
enjoy many -0- Julia D Tuttle to Stho.il Board Lot N, Block While stone sentinels w its lance in air I and best of views. It

here. British Cruiser Anchored off Palm Beach. 46 North Miami. Looked sternly down from niches thereOn worth seeing and hearing.
Tuesday" O. B. Waters stepped off a .. Mary J and Lew in W llerce to School Board either tide at the stairtop stood

. train at the deput, while the train was Frank Kidder was in town today. He Lots 1 and 2. Picrcr's Addition. Lemon Two lions carved In rampant wood. Visitors have no occasion to complainof

is a few days just below the Wednesday morning the British warship llty. The same device w as on our shield.
in motion and fell, but fortunately did spending 'II traveling facilities on the East Cons
Cordelia dropped anchor off the Our motto was. *I acorn to ylel'L"Char
not get under the wheels, though he city on his pineapple plantation, and this Palm Beach has three
Beach anti interested The following warrants were issued to the lions crept! toe shade. season.
Palm pier, soon -
was rolled along between the trucks of says his voi nj; plants are doing nicely, during the month: Out by tbe old boll's grand (acade.t splendid trains north-bound and four

although the cold hurt them a little last c'esere watching the sturdy side wall flanked l Iw a ton er.Massive Indian
the cars and the edge of the platform T :N ijautitr. Kupplie and rcavciiger huge; south-bourtd every day, while the -

bur quite a was and badly injured. He winter. He spends most of his tune on ship. Later in the day Manager Fred I work :No* ix and.jo... ..... .. .$1 1 J4 carving arched its doom) .,'er. River & Lake Worth Steamer Line
Slerry \I"Ih.-llb" ship and extended: an Lancet shaped, leaden lane its windows
his muck firm down at Pompaio where -r..h..r. Mtlarittt for JIb: month an ele-
wavtskem to hii home and the doctor offers a most delightful w..tertrip on
fine of invitation to t'.e! officers to come ashore 1 Eugene Le Fell 1 2. 40 <"' deep
culled at this writing, is reported as he says he is raising a crop tomatoes and of the courtesies and hospitality : Aunif i I'; Ii Metialfe. Ub 14._.. 4O Oi) Round their casements did am'lent ivy creep gantly appointed steamers between here
and other vegetables with quite a accept To the clan of arn.or its halls had i
rapidly recovering. L K KMuer. Feb 14 "'; UO ung. and all points on Indian River.
throw in. of the hotels. The invitation was I Oft' ltd Rails bait echoed the uasailMiUK.Beautv .
lot of experience W \ Moblw. 40 00MaU'ltMitf.
and after the warden and bravery had here held .
Hon. L. B. Womb.\ell. Secretary ofgncuhul accepted party 40 OOSuwin sway.Now The steamer St. Augustine of tbe Indian -

Mrs. Emma Beatty and Miss Minnie they were graven a dinner at the Royal S Sinderx. .... 4000 beauty and bravery had paxsed away.A Worth Line left
\ of this State, is accompanying place it seemed to me. River & Lake ,

resident M. II. Smith of the L. White of Columbus, Ind respectivelyaunt Toinciana, followed by a grand ball in Lulu Irene IVBegory Kickurdi- .. 4tMM 4000) L gruesome Hliu'e Wetcdeu.: aged t",eut}-tbrl't'. Wednesday morning for Indian River

;: \ X R. R., end his son Sidney Smith, and cousin of Frank Idner, who the Casino .\ ( Lixbtbiiuriiu Feb 1... 40OO Di-tasteful was my life and bard.I with a good passenger list, while the: St.

: the e""tSbll1a Cox and Mr Helen, have been stopping for !oC'eraleeks at The officers present were the Captain, Annie ILighthou'ne. .............4000 wan au austere, uueleRS ward Sebastian arrived the same night with

! the Park Cottage, left Friday for their Hon. Maurice A. Boucke; Lieutenants, R K Me 1111 1111.1<1. Feb 15..i4); OOVnnie Meant I thought for a libel on a race.Whosewomen for the Lake hotels leave
directors, Mr Keedv.. official
stenographer had all been fair of face 32 passengers
home tut expect to step over a few A. G. Algood II. Lockyer, F. Dean, E M McD maid. 4000J morning with a I
( all of the same railroad and all K: Junta Feb 19..4i oo But on me some vengeful; minister ing again yesterday
days on the way both at Daytona aud R. Corbett and Hugh L. Preston; Dr. 01 nature had net the bar sinister. list of for hotels Plaza,
from Louisville, Ky.. and Mr Warnsof \I> h li hyphen Feb l').. 40
Monticello Florida. Yesterday the St. Augur tine. They staged for five MacNdui.ua, ship's surgeon; G B. i Roo.a Forre.*.. Feb 19 40 OO lu the picture gallery, row on run and Indian River at Rockledge. i if

weeks and left with regret, which shows 'I Townsend, paymaster; Rev W. B K J I" C Harrix, hebil 4uoO .1rr triumphs of love 10l'bOI, faces that how
}l4rtdt Palm Beach for a visit to Miami I Cheeks and lips that vie with the ruse in hue
how well they like this countr). I Fraucis.chaplam; Lieutenant R. Morgan, Luluojtl'lue., Feb 24. 4000i Everybody is getting ready to attend :f
and will here their return that that Titian knew.
stop on I F Hindry 30 (.) Hair glorious; as
tup. --- I I R M. L. 1.; Mr. Leonard Wizard Sec- i Mra S L Jacksun,25. 40 OO .tnd eves of soft liquid, beatenlv blue. the inauguration exercises when M. E. 1
the distinguished -
Among many : parties rotary to the Captain; Lieut. Campbell, I Jol.n S DuvU. Feb ;: 4" on From the old canvass ulll limk douil un you. Gruber takes upon himself the duties i

A party from Columbia. Ohio conMsitnic who have been well cared for at the : Mr. W. Jipriags, assistant paymaster; : Add I- \lTritt. Man.h 1 50 OOAmxMMaun Recalling Douglass motto, "Ti-uder and and honor of mayor of this city. The i

of Will Snider Gus'Scheneck. Albert lun this \\\I1Il'1 were the ones who left .. 4000 True.
: ,
mid-shipmen Stouit, Patch, Snagge feast of reason and some things more

4 Crodie, Chas Fnch Judge Thoui.in today in their pirate car "Virginia' for Cole, Hamilton, Addm.IcCavan.. HerUrt I Mr Edith Hunter, March 1... 4OOO Their ... .llt1l1truck me like! a bio*. substantial, and the flow of soul and
where will make a short sir Jeannette (''" chaiii. March 3 40 OOMr. : Straight from tbem to tbe armory 1 would go.
John l'lfer and Tell Krumm arrived at Miami, they Lockver.. Smith, Osborn Whar- lleo Lynian. "... 4000 Encircled by step L 1 breathed again/: several more palatable liquid at the inaugural -

Titusville on the fourteenth ot last it before starting on their return trip ton; warrant officers Curoll. Harris a.id ante. M May. V mi'u 3. 4U 00 .I 1 reveM in thought of tbe battle plain. banquet will top over anything

month chartered the schooner "Siren" North. The party consisted of Mr. Ar- Hughes. Today the visit of these gen- Mi. i' s Hobbs ': cf 4tb iiioutb. Jupi I such deep homage I paid to hardihood. immense by a large majority, while it

and started down the river for a cruise. thur G. Yates, President of the Buffalo tkmeu will be continued and perhaps ter. Man'hi .... 20 (H) i Nothing but courage seemed ROOt!. is expected; the electric lights will, shed
and Railroad and Res c'fllhsuhmitted, I for if a mm: were only bra\e. t
They spcat some time here then went U I Rochester IMUburg their stay may be prolonged a tew days. That trait and that alone could' save their lustre and the Royal Poiuciana
the Mrs. Yates, of Rocbe"terIr.; and Mrs. Z. T. MERRITT Supt. I His name and ""tit on a heightTo
Bay and took in all i>f that country The Cordeha is a third class crUbl'r.2JU.I shine for aye In all men'- sight. Band discourse sweet music for the occa.
Monday I.. S. Ward, :\Ir.\1. L. Cobb aud wife, of and silk aud lace,
and finally returned here last week pounds :2.010 h. p. and .s the Com Alien amid beauty those furnishing the etcet-
On motion the action of teacher at Native born I felt to this awesome. place sion present
released boat and all left loi Boston, aid: Mis. Chas A. E. Harris, of i of New- their and the
the mudore's ship on the fisheries West Palm Beach, No. 13 in suspendingAnna A dlspine woman's charms gauds eras, including the appetites and
home Will Snider who is still I Ottawa, Ca:. Mr. Yates spent a week gear.
except louudlaud during the season Luther was u tained.The And would fain have wedded the horn and,

here. They reported a glorious time,., with us last season and was so pleaded -- -- -- -- -- I spear:
II issued No beautv I got with my VVegden name, of ladies.
stock bQte-Anthony
with the place aud his accommodations following warrants were Fine
and tint ..
good fishing and huutiug : But proud blood that could turn to flame '

weather. They like the East Coast. as to watt to come a am. .. .:JurlO': :: tor.i'.a S un today: And a will to win for myself a name. Bros.


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: THE VILLAGE EELI1 /. religion ized. was and had not even been bap- ADVERTISER'S r i HOUSE FURNISHINGS: When in >_<' SnELL

-- Suddenly he remembered that it was J D Horn & Co. Jacksonville.The JACKSON ;'
I I e The little village of Arqnelin had an no T of no use for him to go to Tellier DIRECTORY. Raymond D Knight Co, ille. $mlUHGIr

old clock and an aged cure. The bell of for he had no money to buy the hell :So:; Jacksonvi > ING

i the clock was BO cracked that when it he turned back. As he made his way -- --- -.....-- YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO CALL AT 1'R' .

ww struck it sounded just like the howe he could scarcely conceive how he fading Business Firm. and Individuals HOTELS: FURNISHING HOUSE OP : .... .'ad tweW <<
t tad come to give such a large gum of ...
cough of an old woman. It was an un I
Whose Cards Appear in This
1 money to a mountebank: an unknown Paper. Seminole Hotel, West Palm Beach
pleasant sound for the laborers and t+ait-Caek
Beggar, a sum which did not belong to -- The Palms. West Palm Beach.
t shepherds to hear as they were at workin him. He hurried his pace in order to The Barman House, West Palm Beach AX YE
r l the fields. find the girl, if possible, but he found GENERAL MERCHANDISE: West Palm Beach s ( csitit
Park Cottage,
+ The the Abbe Vervliet
cure was uly the dead horse and the U D Hendrickson. Lake Worth.
hearty enough still in ?pit>- of his 73; cart. He meditated upon what he had .. ,..

years. He had the face of a child wrin just done, for he had without doubt LIFE INSURANCE: ''

# kled but rosy, and framed with white grievously erred. He had abused the RETAIL GROCERS: The White Parlor ClothierMess it
Co! / _.
Life Insurance
hair like the skeins of wool trust of his flock in making wrong use The Equitable
D Mathis West Palm
J BeachL
of the money handed to him-he was,. Jacksonville! }
off by the good housewives of Anjneliu. so to say! a robber. He saw with terror WBurkhardt: West Palm Beach .-. Wool BlacklS6.75& I!jAFineLineofalnL 1
and he was loved by his iluk tar bis J all
the results of his mistake. How could .. ,
I kindly nature and larehevrted charity. be conceal it or make amend? Wherecould FIRE and] Colored Suits J Opoard. I Cashmere Pants -fj! -

Ij The fiftieth aunivtr-ary of the abbe'sentrance he get 100 crowns, and what was WHOLESALE GROCERS: Brelsford Bros, Palm Beach. t -

/ into the priesthood was now hI to reply to those who questioned Pope & McLaurin Jacksonville. Wallace R Moses, West Palm Beach.J .

I approaching; and the parishioners: re him? The eky became overcast, the trees 'hos Nooney:& Sons Jacksonville. J Livingston, West Palm BeachUNDERTAKING Soft: and Stiff: Hats J _

l bolved to make him a goodly present! in stood out darkly a:uinst the livid sky, .... A'- ,
r order to mark the event The three and largo drops of rain fell. The: abbe w

I church: wardens made a collection be was struck with the! sadness in creationas SPICES, TEAS AND COFFEES: : From 50 Cents Upwards]

eretly from house to bonce and. having he made his way uuperceived intohis J D & R D Grether, Jacksonville. E I Gordon, Jacksonville.

l* got together 100 crowns they took them "Is house.that really you }1. Ie Cure?" said ---... Geo H Maltby, West Palm Beach. 103-107 W. BAY STUKET, JACKSONVILLE, | -j -

1 i to the cure and beaded I him to accept his old servant Marie. "Have you'not MEATS ..---
them and buy a new bell with them iu been to Tellier?" : BANKING: -- <$a- W

1u t the neighboring towu. "ily chiliren! The abbe told a lie. "I missed the Geo S Adams, West Palm Beach. The
Dade County State Bank t
taui the Abbe Vervliet dear Furaiue. I Will Whiddcn II difpby
"my children diligence at mutt go u;;.du ,
West Palm Beach. '
-it is evidently the good God- some other day. Don't tell any one that! -... Chas. N. Welsha .arwu
J who-in some manner-so to s.iy"*- I! have returned." National Bank of the State of Florida,

lit timid bay no more for his emotion He did not ay the mass on the won FISH AND OYSTERS: Jackson vi1le. trOI

was great, and be u.uriiinrecl "Xuuc row. HP reuaiuod! :hut up in his room East Coast Fish Co, West Palm Beach. Firs National Bank of Florida, STATE AGENT FOR- ''lIw.u
1 and dared not take a walk r und his
diwtttis servnm maw Douiiue, inpal'8 Reynolds & Hull, West Palm BeachS -..- 'Spuilh
fi orchard

11. c3e On the morrow Able Vervliet Mt? onto On the next day a villager from the Miller & Co, New Yors SEEDS:

I buy the bell. He had to walk two next: hamlet case: mask him to take: the Kingsland & Comstock New YorkS Win A Pouri & Co Jacksonville.L Longman & Martinez PaJi 5
I L Storer, & Co, New York
leagues as far as the country town of extrewe auction toadying man. Cameron. Jacksonville.Burton .
I "M. Ie Cure has not buck" ... .
Fcraiue got
where he focld take the diligence yet --- K Jiarrs.
which wa" to carry him to the said the faithful Marie. Jacksonville. Lime Brick Shingles :; r
"Marie -
capital of the district Tellier. It was a makes: a misG iko. Here I ---- .
I glorious day The old cure, his head already am" said the abue as he came up the R A McPlierrin: West Palm Beach. PINEAPPLE PLANTS: Cement and Coal Tar.
tilled with the beautiful chimesof passive of the hcu'u ::'L
... _
G C Matthams, West Palm Beach.
--- -
the future walked forward joyously As he came bi'-L! from his load little

I and, like St. Frauds of old, gave thanks journey he met: one of l Ins wont faithful DRUGGISTS: --...---- u40Agent

I to God for the beauty of creation.As parishioners E II Dimick West Palm Beach. NURSERY STOCK: for Sickler's Peerless Cement .
be approached Foraiue he: saw on "Well, M. la Cure have you hid a
the roadside nice jouruvy: Russell:)) & Cu, John B Beach, West Palm Beach. 13 South St. Jacksonville -
the unyoked vehicle of Hogan Florlda.'!*-!_
some mountebanks Not far from the Then for the stwiil time the abbe ---- ....-_. Hastings& Wylie, Interlachen.

I tehicle there was an old horse, ]lying told a Ii... ,"Excellent, uiy good) frn-id 1, 1 FRUIT AND PRODUCE ON COMMISSION -.- m _. tMU.Villi.
en its side its legs' stretched out and 1 eicellebt:; _
1 -- -- --- --- -
stiff, its bones almost breaking throughits "And tb.' tell': asked the p'iri.-hiou-: : FERTILIZERS: -- apt

11N worn skin while its blaring eyes er.The J Massa & Bro, Jacksonville. Win A Hours & Co, Jacksonville.Baker Dr. C. F. Houston E't'
t khowed that the poor old ben-ant wa abbe told another lie. uJ'rb) : Albert J Bucky & Co, & Holmes to -

deadAn One"would say it is made of Iare dl. Thcs Xooney & Son, Little Bros, -- -- -. kredK
old and old ver.
an woman clac
-- ... Jacksonville'Fertilizer Co Jacksonville ...... \r
in strange rags:: were seated upon the "And when shall weito it:" asked .. ...DENTAL PARLORS ::
... .
the delighted listener. -
J edge of the ditch and wept over the dead DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING: ESTABLISHED 1884. CIODtl

"Soon-very soon. Hut we iuust e' STEAMBOATS.HEAVY: MACHINERYAND Fur the next thirty days price will be as follow: Gold Fillings!,li; HuJkPKjJ Wit
grave on the metal the uame of its godparents Kohn Furchxott & Co, Jacksonville. CASTINGS: to$ ; Alloy Filling $l to $1.50; 1'late-s '5 to JS Full Set (very bt-..,. $5! t4t..1. 1IIIJii' V-.I.
land some verses of Holy f:cri p. Cohen Bros. Jacksonville. by a painlers method, whore plates are made. Fin it tare, and all that takes time to do." Dave Singer, Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co to8-<)7 Cor. Bay and Laura Sts., over Mrs. KeeneS, J\CKSOmu.ti! blat

"Marie," raid the abbe on his return I--, J Frank. West Palm Beach Jacksonville.Floiida .. apt
home; "if we sold thu armchair the Machine Works, Jacksonville. ..it
... _
--- ego::
clock and the Milt-board which are in h. ...
-- -
my room should we get 100 crowns for MEN'S FURNISHERS: Tin
J .\ Craig & Bro, Jacksonville. E. I. GORDON tifa
"I don't think that you would get 5 REPAIRS: j
Max M\erson, "
francs for them for all your furniture, Haiues Brothers, Jacksonville. fati

M. Ie Cure is scarcely worth 10 fumes." -...- -- -....- tit
I "Marie 1 will eat no more meat: tiC.
\ meat dues not suit me." TAILORING: IRRIGATING PLANTS & SUPPLIES: -

I t I II I But the old servant broke in with: Livy-The Popular Price Tailor. John G Christopher, Jacksonville.DENTISTS Undertaker vet

1 a II I "That will not be right. There is Jacksonville.The .... _. : 3i art
something the mattl'r."ou have .j
I .7 never New York ..
seemed to t,- the mme since your jour Tailoring Co : .
I'r:7 ney to Tellier Tell me what is wrung." I --- ... Dr J A Pugh. West Palm Beach and Embalmer. ::

rV& :: And she questioned him so keenlj L T Daniel Cocoa.
that in the end: be told her all his secret HARDWARE: C F Houston J4
': "Oh I am not surprised! Your dM E Gruber, West Palm Beach. Full .
.4 ? M D L Dodton, Titusville. Line of Metallic' Caskets.
heart will be '
your ruir: But we will O \\ Weybrecht "
--- not cans any bad feeling.; 1 will undertake --- ..-- > w

- 14 "OH. HfLPlh. .. to explain the matter some way ur -e. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS: Telegraphic Orders Filled .\
t. 'iU 1 n: : other until you have been able to tempo LUMBER: byte
hone. A Krof I I.'i: pars came up from the 100 crowns together again. I I Dr R B Potter WestTahn" Beach.
E the bottom uf the ditch and ran toward And tbtu'tioruard T V CaMien, Jacksonville. H C Hood, a
made 10-28-97
up 19 Si. ,
the abbe As him ran she cried. "Oh, stories, which she repeated to every Builders Supply Co Augustine.. E W Pugh, 44 JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 1

+ tv help os, gout tore. if you please!" colU r. The bell bad been: cracked: dur ...- ...-- t
There was the ring of the pypsy's vol r0fug the packing of it, and it hu>l bad to I '
u> her little prayerhe; was: clad only be rex-a!
I in an old bodice and a red skirt, while cast II. 1: Cure had had thuidu to '(nd I W 13IetcaflVest Palm Bach. East Coast
: Fish
Maltby.. West
her skin looked lik- freshly tanned it Brach I Comp
to Rome to be blessed by the pope The A E He>M.T, J. no. .
leather She bad law eyes, blackvehety and himself, and that was, of course, a lon:: Chadwick-Swaim Co. Jack son\' lie. I Robbins & Graham, :Miami.
and lips that pouted like red journey The abhor let WHOLESALE AND
: her talk, but lie -... I Pope & Campbell, Jacksonville. RETAIL
cherries; her yellow arms were tattooedwith beciiuiH moro and more unhappy, for I ,
blue tljwers. and a leather baud be now ft It that he PUXOlfl ORGANS ... -- '"
cans: bear the burden : ;'... .. ,,
kept up her black hair, which was of the lies told by M.irie. Tin, iu Luildeu & Bates' So : CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS .)',...:p..; -
Music '
'1 read ont like a fan on each side of her addition to the misuse of the money, House, :: ....";...y/- DEALERS
j Franklin Sheen: /
thin face lust as it Jacksonville. WestPalmBeach. {/'
one bees on the weighed on him more and more, uutil <'
.. I I ,
faces of the'"gyptiaus. his cheeks I .e. ( //i IX....
roj-y grew quite thin and he I ,
Al the alifc elackeued his steps be lost the innocent look of a hearty old JEWELERS: I j NOTARIES PUBLIC: / 911+'r: FRESH
bad taken a penny out of his parse As I a V
,t. Idner & Son, West Palm Guy I Metcalf, West
i he the age.The Beach Palm Beach.
met eyes of tbe girl he came to a day fixed for the jubilee of the
I W R Moses, 'I
halt and organ to question her. "My I cure and for the baptism of the bell was
brother in in priaeu/' Abe explained already: lon p.ist. The people of "\rq BUILDING SUPPLIES: I JII Livington. "

Ml "for some cue accused him of having I liii were wondering( at the d1.IY.: 1 uha i ... -'-
stolen a fowl. lit- \\'I&* our only support, m&rs go ubiut The blackMimhaid Southern Fuel and Supply Co I BARBERS: We

s l and DOW we have had nothing to eat for had seen the cure talking with s'linu Jackson vi lie.
two days. The abbe put the two sous gypsies, and even hinted that the food ChasVebhan, Jacksonville. Weatherford. Wrst Palm Beach. receive --- Go

?i back iuto the purse and"took a 2 franc abbe had spent the money with! these Builders Supply Co, St Augustine. !I ---- -- -- fresh :Jff'rJv-?'. ri.. .. delive i
1i piece ont of it. "But, the girl went bI'garThe. ; worthy parish fell Geo Hacker ---- I. '
pries &
( i _on_ _,.."1 .Liiow.. how to juggle h and my I into bad rubs with some of the ueoole. Son Charleston, S CTrv' THE SUN f.ir- -. "Jnh..- 11nr..u. .!!'.. Oysters -..:;l(_ : I ,... ,':-', '.._-:.. free. _
mOlDer Wan tortunt: Sow we are not I Some of thiw would not raise their hats -- ---- ---- every tci'.1' anywn
t allowed (o ptrturm in the towns and | to him un meeting him iu tbe street -- ---- .-' day. W h"f==- ; in town

t Tillage, because we aru too poorly clad. The good wan wa overwhelmed with
t The old hori is dead. What will become reouur : ---; Our 5priQ ,'.
of Us/ The anguish of bis conscience becamo
f "Hut. asked the: abbe, "can yon not i I i unbearable a.-, his action K'Jued to grow ; Fish Houses at Railroad Wharf Opposite ti*

find hark iu the country?" ,: worse and w urse. Ono day, after remaining gl cj-1M5tyle. .
"The folks are frightened of us and a long tiwe in silent! prayer, be resolved Ice Factory. JO.U.97

I throw btoue at us, replied the girl | to atone fur his mistake by making )i t) ': \ '\- -- -
"We have never learned to work, and ; a public confession to his Hock of I ; "1';::. FOP} fflen's Wear '- -- --- -
we can onl v do tricks. If we hldahorbfl i what he had dour with the money, and '''r I.f .:'. :i .-
... ":
f and a littlAuuuey for clothes, we should] : | be thought there could not be a more y./, Are all in. The largest and handsomest
MJOII be able to make a living. But nowthere i i suitable time than uu the holy feast of f/ '.i,,', line of Woolens in the South.
u nothing left for us to do. Christmas, which was approaching.i .I .._ ,. I best finish best fit and Best work, SUBSCRIBE

The abbe replaced: the piece of 2 francsin i the Christmas morning be went 'I --4 )'... ,( ..j; :( to order fiz.oo Jr3.5o lowest price. Suits FOB THE SiV.

bin pur be. up into the pulpit, after havingread the t ., ....... -- ,! '' i3.oo J,5oo. $16.00,
"Do love '' I W i ,\ '. i .IO.atJ22-,60: J2s oo and
you the good God? he asked gospel tor the day and with a palo, sit r.f"- .:-V. up.
"1 should. love him if he came to our face and a greater resolve t lan ever I : t'ANTS-$2 i5, $3,00. 3.50. I.ro.
help answered the girl. nerved the martyrs of the arena he be- I .-V, .: f 6.oo, $7 oo and up. 15,00' -. -
The abbe felt at his girdle the pres gan."lIy dear brothers, my dear: friends, __ :::::::--

nre of the bag containing the 100 i my dear children I have to make a con- MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT-Saaiple: and Sdf.Measurement .
1 crown The dark eyes of the girl fe iou all. on application. Blank !teut Do
gypsy !> to you At that moment a you want aoWe STEAMBOAT!
looked him full in the face clear silvery chime sounded in the belfry --
I Ho asked "Are you a good girl?" and n'lltd the old church Every The

"Good slid the girl with burprise. bead turned to look and a surprised L I VI Popular Price Tailor
"Say, 'U nod, 1 love I I' continued have them to
i you whispering ran from pew.. to pew "The sell, and if we have none
tbe good abbe. new bell the new bell. r on hand to suit,
13 Main St can build...... fl
The child was silent, and her eyes Was u.a miracle: Had angels brought I Jacksmille, Fly JUST *
felled with tears.'foe the new bell and thus saved the honor : YOU WANT.

atbe unfastened the buttons of <>t the good old priest, or had Marie :-t' We do Pacing, Cleaning: Repairing Altering and I We are also prepared to furnish
I bu ca -u. k and withdrew the beg full 'really poured out the story of the faithful Pressing 1028-97

uf money abbe's embarrassment in the kindly -- -- -, --
t Witb the quickness of a monkey the 1 ears of the English milord and his lady J If you are thinking of irrigating -- --- -- -- Pumping Outfits for

gypsy snatched the bag; away baying who bad lived for three years at the oldau I R R I iGATI I 0 I pineapple field or orange' grove send your truck farm Irrigation..
.11 "Oh, M I Abbe, I love you!" and r i chateau a mile out of Arqueliu, and I i. you wi..h to cover and full information me sue uf are a Wrif-f' or
on" to the two old etill want and I will he lad of what you I call on us for
pMiple whose
i 1 weipiugortx ; only daughter had guru so desired and givttstiKate of ; furui..h all inforUlati' Anything in our Line that you aced
cost I
the dead hurae. tifully couMikd by thu lo\ing ll1iDi Leau'j n '

l The abbe went on his way toward I I;, florin uf the cure when she waa uy J. G. CHRISTOPHER j Merrill-Stevens' Co
Foraine, thinking of the i I Engineering y
great wiser,y decline: The latter seems more likely ,
io which no many of God's creatureswere j I Whatever it was, the simple, good folk j| Machinery and Mill Supplies.

1 ; and begging him to enlighten flu j of Arqutliu never kiww what their cars I i Irrigating Machinery a Specialty. Jacksonville Florida.
little Bohemian, who$d not know w hai bad to confess to than.-Prmeows. 10-31-97 Proprietor '


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SHELL AND TORPEDO.: down with the I
ship the rest wsaved. ESTABLISHED 1875.
I The plank disappeared and IIWM Clematis Avenue Wiiidden's Markets

q- STIRRING STORIES SHIP DESTROYING never known in the Federal navy ,
IN THE what had happened until after the war. William A.IBours & Co.
When the lost ship was raised, the torpedo Supply Store-:: Prepared to Supplyyou
3 -

tto .....City CilMfttty a.w.-I. in the boat sand was with found her lying crew half of buried seven ::-West Palm Beach Florida Grain Garden Seeds and F Fertilizers with" *

.U4 rrWT.rp.m..4 atb a.us.. coffined in her iron ribs. .
J. D. MA THIS, Proprietor. Good Meats at Living Prices.
M.-Cplab en.._ ... t. m LaryA Submarine torpedoes and mines were I

Tst -C.ata.M Llt....,... used by the Confederates quite extensively ISictoMf U Bn..l.,'.Bakery aid Gr ctrj C.) 6 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Florida. fresh 'Iter 2t
during the last years of the war. M y Motto--Quick Sale and Small ProDtII. '
rPY''elatiie Aarrtean Pnu '- '
B eq rfehu retemd. They had no power to cope with the Jasf
A.ALurian Federal: ships and in 1862 legalized Bakery Goods and \\e Handle Only the Beat and Most Reliable Seed A Complete stock of 'Iodtrg1

... tiY 1" take extra risks this method of warfare. Beauregard Family Groceries Hay Corn Oats Floor Bran Wheat Grits Meal ,.. ..
:$ ten for war was an enthusiastic believer in it, and ..'. n:. eggs.

EJ\ titan and the had he been allowed his way New Orleans .....My Specialty.Goods .
Cotton Seed Meal Both and Dark
: a great hazardi of would not have fallen under Far- I a 1 a a a Bright Native Meats a specialty.Your .
ngut't attacks. The first vessel destroyed delivered free to partof
ti ( th. se The Sa.dLiuW AT WHOLESALE i
ioif -5 f moa U by torpedoes was the Federal the City or across the Lake. Patronage Solicited.
state For
Agents 'Allen Fertilizer Co.Star .
froth" in the pob- Ironclad Cairo, in the Yazoo river. In All Orders Given Prompt Attention. Tygert

lie ascending the river she took the middle Goods First-Class and Fresh. Highest Brand Fertiiizen-Guaraotved Analjils Orange True and Vegetable Fertilizer, Pun Market on r.uivui Street
mind. and. although Uronnd Bone, Nitrate Sola. Mnrlat of Potash. Sulphate Potash Ktmit. Etc.!:
l r li it wu the of the channel and ran against a torpedo prices paid for country produce. I IBuy These Fertilizers have no ulterior in the Market and a trial will COMTIDCB. 11-12 WKST PALM BEACH
/ work of the tern- made out of a five gallon glass demijohnand of me and I will nave you money. 6-1-47 I Send for Catalogue, Free. io-i: '-37

e went down in 12 minutes. All
4 r pest jet a warlike II
bands escaped. The designer of that I
i ritnation
machine prepared several automatic action E. H. DIMIC; I The Dade County State Bank

i the brought combined together torpedoes for the Y&ZOO, and one of West Proprietor, tIIIf11111iiIIIIIInIhIIIIIII111bIIt1111111111111Blfflllihiea " ''' '''''' ''''' '''''''' ''''''''''' '' ''

fleet whichI's. these destroyed the ironclad Dtkalb. falm Beach, Florida.

During the war the United States
, preyed on itself.United. Palm -- -
Tim lost 7 ironclads and 11 wooden ships ofwar -
!* Authorized Capital 100000.
6tai. lort besides numerous email vessels. -
warships were in that affair.
The mod ttfritle dlauter The Confederates lot only the ram Al- Beach Paid Up Capital 15000.
to a battle.
hip by the wwmy.fire bemarle by a Federal torpedo, but two
during civil
, war WM that on board the United State of their steamers struck their own torpedoes 11 OHGEO Meat t Market r t I OFFICERS:

I Ark.Ironclad, la 1811 loud, This City incident at St.hat Charles an in- in the James in Charlebton met a similar harbor fate.and a boat Drug I E. N. DIMICK, President.U. .

dim connection with Cuban affairs and This new and frightful method of .. Store. D, HENDRICKSON, Vice-President.

to well worth..niDI'ulUD DI that a warfare found heroes ready to face it GEO. L. BRAHN1NG, Cashier.
Ppanith shell had tan thrown with all its terrors. In the battle of Mobile
into thee
Maine, it was powitle that all the havoc Bay Farragut immortalized himself ; S ADAMS Propr g Branch Office at West Palm Beach.
P ,
ooold have come from that On board by shouting out warned that -DEALERS IN- ,

I the Mound City then went 83 killed 23 torpedoes lay in the pathway of his flag- ar- -- Office Hours From 10 a. ra. to i p. m.

wounded and 4) drowned leaving but chip while flanking the enemy's forts: =:= : : DEALER IN : : General Banking Business Transacted
"D the Go ahead!I" -
--n torpedoes
tl rantvon of
ont a crew of 171 The -
Toilet Articles remitted on day of
Collections promptly
awfal ahot it There WM reason for some hesitancy on Drugs
the ,
wa work of
fired the part of the ship commanders, for Florida and Western Meats, receipt Drafts bought and gold on tbe prin-
WM by Captain Joeeph Fry
an cipal eitlen of tbe United States. 4-29-97

who officer bad of Joined the old the United Confederate Statea army nary the the noble bottom Tecumseh carrying down had just with gone her her to Fine Stationery and E- Armour's Star Hams, Bacon :-:

and commanded a battery on the bluff gallant and chivalrous commander
of fit Charles He ... Captain T. A.M. Craven with 92 and Bologna, Tripe and Fig'sFeet
a I one of the most i!9 wl The Palms
toted cf the minor war heroes and wuprro&ed officers and men of her crew. Craven had Druggist Sundries. E -
the honor Domestic Poultry Venison
the begged of taking care of the ,
laJr by Spaniard at Havana in fljyHow
noted ram Tennessee, which was more -
the 1871 ill offering aimed Cuban death filibustering with hu crew hhip of dreaded by the Federal fleet than all PreseriptionsCarefully CompoundedEast and Wild1 Turkeys, Butter Open for Winter Travel.All

the forts and Coast Business Solicited. --
regular warships put to-
Virginia. which he commanded. E and and Full :: Modem Improvements Electric
Eggs a of
Captain;', battle with the Federal WEST PALM REACH, B10I6.CEO.S.HACKER ,
The ram lay under the guns of a fort -- -- Bells, Baths Etc.
fleet at tit Charles was one of the bra,
while the fleet the chan Vegetables. .
ass oo record, and the nhot which wiped was ascending $2.00 TO $3.00 PER DAY.
nel but at the time steamed out .
out the crew of the Mound City war proper & SON Address----
to take hand. Craven her -
fired in legitimate action. saw -
Equal gallantry
piratical hull. He knew, did all thecapWn.i 4 "
as 1
war shown by the commander of P THE PALMS,
of fleet that the
Fanagut's ,
the Maud City who alone took the y 1-16-96 West Palm Beach Florida.
bay wag planted with and
contract of aileacing Captain Fry'i batterit
also the line beyond which it was unsafe Mail Orders from any Responsible
on the blaff. Colonel Fitch of the

Federal army wished to charge the toga But in bis to tackle the Parties in the County will Re -- ] A representative
eagerness :: in city and
lJ(p. bloff and rapture the batteries, but every
ram and put her out of the fight he 1 W t town in the Stateto
Captain Kilt,of the Mound City steam llllE n
ed up ia front of the guns and poured crossed the line and struck upon an infernal E- ceive Prompt Attention. represent our
machine that
caused the Tecnm-
-e firm, tc solicit
hot into them for an hour and a half. ,e.-
ash to careen and sink at once. Craven =3
Finally the Mound City was betweentwo consignments. We will pay a good
WM in the ship's turret with the pilot -
hostile guns one above and one below r commission. Write rasa for particulars.
when the took Both -
explosion place.
having a point blank range on the r -- Stencils sent Con application.
looked the hatch reached single -
up to by a -

hell Ironclad.was. a The naval gun piece which that landed had been the ladder and the pilot motioned his MANUFACTURER OF) A Specialty is Made of Supplying Albert J. Bucky & Co.

captain to go up and save himself. -
taken Confederate ashore gunboat the day Pontchartrain.before from the It "After yon pilot," said the brave sail- Doors, E Winter Cottagers,Yachts, Private :: The Brokers and

The pilot escaped but before Craven -
was pointed down the river and at the or. Sash, Commission Merchants,
WM half way out of the turret he was Cars and Parties. ---"
City was steaming slowly
upstream hurled back by the ocean of water pouring Blinds 14 Main St., JACKSONVILLE FLA.
4 to better the
get a potation gun -
down the hatch. -
was carefully sighted to rake her. The MouldingsAND 'L-- 1o-u.gy-
Lieutenant Cashing essumed all the i 11-18-07
bell struck the side.
oo -
port risk of being by his own petard"and
After passing through the side of the A. B. Campbell
of running his neck into a noose Building ,
Hound City the shell which was froma
when he bet out to blow the Confed-
up Ludden & Bates So. Music House
SI pounder rifle killed eight men at CHARLESTON, S. C. (Mgr )
erate ram Albemarle in the Roanoke.He .
the caw-mate nearest its pathway then ,
had to aaceitd the river from Albe
went through the steam drum directly
marle sound and as the latter water was "nil for Prices PIANOSORGANS
fore and aft The gun deck was imme
h Federal territory the Confederates
dia&e1ylWed with scalding steam and up __
the river were on guard against secret u BROS.
then followed imagined
a scene more easily
forays. The river was picketed and for
than described. The ship's wheel
all Cushing knew planted with infernal
WM turning slowly at the time and kept Best Makes, Lowest Prices,

on revolving until the bow of the ship ram machines.which he He bad intended learned to was flank moored the fertilizer 9 Phosphate? ? company, Easiest Terms.

was close inshore. Sheet Music, Music Books and Small
the wharf at Plymouth get on board
Colonel Fitch saw the accident to the Instruments of All Kinds at Rock
and blow her Jacksonville Florida. ...
Mound City and at once led his men on up.For .....Bottom Prices..
his dangerous work Cushing was Wrli" for Kree Catalogue Q-I7-97
Ill a charge finally carrying the petition.
I -
provided with a launch carrying a email
Captain Fry was wounded in the struggle -
crew and having attached a spar torpedo JOHN N. C. STOCKTON, President
with Fitch'lIweo. Meanwhile the If you are requiring Fertilizers for .
That was really a reserve weapCAPTAIN -
Federal gunboat St. Louis hooked on to RAYMOND D. KNIGHT VicePresidentTHUS.
Vegetable Pineapples Etc write to .
her unfortunate consort and towed her P. DENHAM,

akhore. She bad already been deserted us and ice ctngive you more value JAMES D. BAKER, Assistant Cashier.

by her allebodied men who numbered
.Give- for than other Manufacturer .
but a handful Her oomplement was ... your umtieij any

ITS men, officers Iud boys Of those or Dealer in this State or .
who jumped into the river 43 were National Bank of

drowned and 25 wounded were taken from any other State. JfI"l'ife fOl' pal1 .

w from the ship and out of the water.
phlets prices t'tc. to above address. ,11-12.97
numbered 83,
The killed on the fchip

chiefly the victims of scalding.The I the State of FloridaTRANSACTS
only vessel of note destroyed during -

the war by a floating torpedo was I' D
the United States: ironclad Housatonic ; The .I

i which went down Feb. 17, 1663, in 'J A-->

Charleston harbor, victim of a Confed- j

erate David known locally as the i
Lake Worth Ice Works BANKING BUSINESS.
'f Charleston "cigar boat." This little .I
do I
contrivance was designed to exactly

what hu been done to the Maine by accident

maliw that is remove by
stealth or an obnoxious- warbhip. The Manufacturer Retailer and Shipper of Accounts of Bankers,-'

"cigar: boat" was designed as diver, togo Sun. Merchants, Manufacturersand
under easel and explode a torpedo.
i Individuals solicited....
30 ...
She was made of boiler iron was ,

feet long by 4 broad with a vertical T. A. !1. CRAVEN: V. 8. 11. I II I ----

depth of about 6 feet. She carried a [Hero of the Tecumseh.) II I ICE ail
Capital Surplus $190,000.
crew of eight men. Aoceos was by two on according to the plan of campaign.But ,

manholes covered by caps having bulls- it did the business. When the i iI AND --
eyes for steering purpos While the launch arrived in sight of the ram- I I
i vesMil floated tbeae caps were a foot out during the night, of oura large fire Issue our own drafts to all the principal
A Chance do Your ;
of water. The propelling power was human burning on the wharf made the scene as to cities in Great Britain Holland

muscle acting on a shaft by means light as day, and the launch was hailed Belgium, France, Switzerland, Italy

of cranks: Upon the exterior there were by men on the duck of the ram. There I Ii I DistilledR. WaterJ Spain, Portugal and Germany.Jacksonville .

vaues or wiugs adjustable at any angleby was no time to lose Cushing resortedto i [,! i

manipulation from the inside and the torpedo, which he alone could Florida I '

ly these the course was regulated eitheron handle I 82M7Great f'

level or diving or ascending. In various The light also showed that therraui !

experiments this craft carried to was guarded from approach by a boom II I A. McPHERRIN, Proprietor.

the bottom 30 people who risked their of logs fastened by chains and stretch- I

lives for the cam* But at last the justified ing around the hull about 30 feet BargainAT

her builders by destroying an ene- away. Job. ,

my's blockading ship which stood in the In order to strike the ram with i '
north channel of Charleston harbor. the torpedo it would be necessary to _

Unsuspicious of danger the Houa- cross that obstruction. the men on II $500 If Taken At Once.
tonic rode anchor the night of Feb. ordered his
at the ram were alert Cnehiug I
17. About O'clock the officer of the engineer to back away and with all II Ii I !""-=- West Palm Beach.Jan 80 ACRES

deck taw 100 yards away what appearedto .team on drive the launch over the II i of land 50 miles south of Palm

be a plank on the: water moving boom. As the logs had ben long in the I I II II I I Beach, within I% miles from

swiftly toward the ship. Waiting a moment water they were slippery and the I 7.i railroad and depot. 15 acres of

to make sure that its course was .launch glided over than easily, bringing this land is fine high hammock

directly for the ship he gave the alarm i up against the side of the monster just the land for oranges. Most
and called all bands to the deck. It was !ironclad. Bullets and grape were firedat
too late to do more than prepare the i the launch, and Curbing was struck of the remainder is pine land ,

crew for what was coming. The "cigarboat" by small shot but he kept a cool nerve Strawberry Plants good for pineapples. For information

was provided with a spar torpedoand and plunged his torpedo against the XJork call on e

struck the ironclad below the water ram below water line a sort of an "nn- J. LIVINGSTON
All best suited Florida and the East Coast. Send to B. BEACH ,
Varieties to JOHN
MM Bear the mainnif. knocking a hole dtr the rib,;" blow, making a hole large
la tba tides which caused her to sink in I enough to drive a wagon in. & CO., MELBOURNE, FLORIDA, for Special Price& t, just out. Massey Block 1

feu Int"..*. Five of the crew went I GEQEQE L. KlUIU J I PLANTS LARGE AND HEAWBV lo-I1t U-4-tf WEST PAJiM BEACH FLA, i






_. .

i f :OCr F I ., rtit. FOR WHAT FRUIT.ISCOOD.middle This Date In History-March 11.imBobert : Ie OU':-'

what Treat Paine, "8 iner," born in
Not 80 mIAt1'a! )go3 i
\ Boston: died there 1814.
i ''l aid meia can rentemoer theme 1gdp- Bemijamta West, American painter, died

t i UUY I.METCALF. ', EDITOR. ti.... ... ,,. people! were-being. continually in West London wan ;a born member in Pennsylvania of the Society 1738.of l New Spring Goods 3: = tv.TfJ

1rat hgd 4kafea4atf; i J wO mach Frienda. Be began to paint at 17 years of
n'.1 \\t\i age and after studying in Rome went to
I MEMP.EROF P lul 8 latnlP'that it was London, where his work attracted the notice . . >l
. . . . .
not but the reverse. of King Ueorge OL He was an innovator ,.. . . . . -
Florida healthy,
Press Association.. abolishing claaeio methods in robes
AFFILIATED WITH Since then"investigation and experimental and po ing. In 1792 he succeeded JobliuaBeynolds &

I National Editorial Association.. tests .have given results my. u president of the Royal aced 44 Kohn Furchgott : em W

hat haye caused/ nqt only the common 1874' -Charles Sumner statesman, died in M

A pebpW but{::ven doctors tohangaiheijf Washington- Alexander city Mikhallovitch; born in Boston Qortthakof.ML13S8 . . . . . . . . . . .. . ., .. .. .-9- j)glTlState
: c ideas jpn the fruit question Russian prince and statesman, died; bona and Dry Goods Carpet, Millinery and Clothing House in the ,, '-
',One fear,tii -.._____. 2.00 ; ; 17'98.18II2A.. The Leading Largest ter 0
| Goods,
/ nnttlitis'ibi11 unusual of New Spring IIId n-J'
i '81z Months advance.. -""._..|1.00'I to see tire damp explosion in a mine! near stock, and are daily receiving large quantities Linens, Checked N aka ed n
Threo Month .._ terns (which we Charleroi. Belgium entombed 214 miners Dress Goods, Silks, t
.ln advance- _...... SOITILUHKD flethe. fottowing. lulling 153.1886Wutlh are offered now at our popat I
Notions, Laces,
take from the rru tman'ti Guide, of f the world famous dressmaker of Hosiery Prices. A large quantity of&KSSfei such as Silks, Dress Goods, L tea.: a'"" ..of tl

nEST THCB8DAT AT WIlT PALMHACa. New Ycrk;one of.the best edited and Fans, died; born 181, iery and Organdies. Samples cheerfully sent on application. mud
Profwtaor noted
Henry Dmmmond author
line of Spring at u low
1 Wholesale Trade offer a large complete pricM
i DADE COUNTY FLORIDA.CNTIKBD leading fruit papers in the country) died at Tunbridge Wells. England; house To our in the United Stales.we Liberal Terms and the usual Cash Discounts offered. We plkh a ridil

in our daily and weekly papers; aged 74. ____ any patronage of the merchants throughout the State, assuring them that we shall give them very iotarj mar

j 9EACH'Aa AT TUB SECOIIIXlAtS POST OFKIC XATTEK.IN WEST PAL. ,. -Ripe apples are especially healthy This Date In History-March 12, sible. .prices.- .. . . . . . .* .. . . ,, the II

tend 6aang5'p.fW'ldreamey.SOme doctors eat them say that without an ISK-Jobn 8. N., born Lorimer in Wwt.chf6tNr Worden. rear county admiral, :N. Y.C.; We are showing a large and elegant line of Clothing, Genii Inishings twf.h,

I I Pioneer".pnorDade on the Const East,and Coast the of OldestPublication jippte at bedtime produces sleep,says died when 1887.she beat Worden the commanded Merrimao in tbe Hampton Monitor Carpets, Matting, Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Tri .

FkrUabetweenTKnetUle Central States Fruit Grower Pears Roads, :March 9, 1862. the first fight between Etc., at Low Prices.

and Key \feat.t are more savory than apples, but ironclads. Although his eyesight . . . . . . .
was serioiuly impaired in the affair with . . . . . . . -.
dot so healthy, unless cooked how- the Merrimac, the heroic sailor continuedin i

Swer. are also more healthy command of war vessels until the closeof
Be Advertising Medium the hast Apricots
I on Coast : the war and was conspicuous in many Kohn Furchgott & Co.
: of Florida. '1 cooked. than raw. Peaches are very naval actions off Charleston. ,

11 ;2Iealthy. The most healthy of fruit, 133-Thomas Buchanan Read, distinguished
American artist and poet born in Chester
IN PURSUANCE of the recommendation ;Jowever, are grapes. Consumption county. Pa.: died 1H73.UBfrGeneral Jacksonville Fl J
*- has been cured by grapes when Thorns Heweon hell, Federal 10-21517 ,

of the County Democratic Exec > every other remedy has failed. Cher- soldier, died in Philadelphia: born there
April 9, l3A
I- J
I 'utiyq. iowmittee, the Governor.. hat ries may be eaten, as they frequently ;, 1888 Henry Bergh, the devoted friend of animals
h 'appointed E. H.Dimick as County restore health and strength to the died in New York city; born 1S&
The "blizsard" prevailed in tbe north Atlantic iF&xx3
Treasurer to fill the vacancy caused, 3 eak. Strawberries, though a coldfruit states I j

|b.ytbft; resignation 1 .oiJ4F,.Lemon. have a virtue of healing rheu IMS-John Lee Davis, rear admiral, U. & N.. i
retired, died in Washington; born in Ow ,
1 """ -matism. Gooseberries and currants lisle, lad., 183.

THIS SECTION- OP FLORIDA can stand j ji are best cooked. Figs are also excel. PROFESSIONAL CARDS LEGAL NOT

a freeze once every four" years an} 3ent..:' They were in great favor with This Date In History-March 13. I rn

thn-our'trnckere-and'"'pineapple ancient Roman ladies, who always tft-Belioarioft{ the last great
Roman general (of the METCALF,
them before breakfast. 'V.I.
j growers! will make more to; the acre Pineap astern empire),died:born NOTICE
rlltiMilaeeaFethen pies are said to be the best cure for 506.MiBirth. ATTORNEY. AT LAW.
q anyfarmec khp Y0U
of Further Johnson r Notice hereby ghee tatt fe jg|
dyspepsia known. Nuts of all
UiveaiB inyJotierState m the Uuio yet noted unfortunately as NOTARY PUBLIC. & Miller bu aid oat pdrfq

This i is not bare kinds are indigestible. Oranges ore Dean Swift's Stella; died ._ Will practice In County.atnteand Federal Bro*, who wO ewdsife
a assertion but can ; Courts KNOWc ,
172. :
: I
also excellent for for ,
a cure dyspepsia the same stand
be proved by the fafoa,' figures:and Lemons produce cheerfulnessand 1887 Cession of Russian America \r"'J',;(", 1t, LAND CASKS: A SPECIALTY. by Anthony bWadaelllllt JIR&i'!
to the United States. office TKOPICAL Sr.s lilwk. .
(farmers themselves. prolong life. The territory is now 17\ Went Palm Ue cb. Jade County. Morlda.EOBGBM That the ').
.1 "0"l known as Alaska. Russia
.4 From the above it will be seen that acquired it by virtue of the LMASDM IL I :;;;;:
y THE' LOUD. BILL. that., .while. claiming KOBBI I n,
.J rl&hof discovery. On July 18, 1m, Vitta >S. WALTER S. caaHAlt.ILoBBL'S NOTICEDISCH1K8.
the doctors
j to be for the increase of the even are recommendingthe Bering sighted the mountain range of & GRAHAM CO., Eqnitablo Lifo. > ..

postal revenue, aimed a"iP v hiblow use of fruit now, claiming that which commercial St. Ellas is the expeditions crowning peak.established Russian :Notice la hereby given,that SbXsfcj

at'the'alUatrgpttiseFhasA: been) de- nearly all kinds of fruit are healthy traders there. Alaska was explored by asciuntiflo ATTORNEYS AT LAW, this date I shall apply to the Cot:$! j|
Willpracthela l all the courts. Mate and Dade County Florida,(or fad&
bent from the United States }
and that corps $
.Ieated in Congress by being laid on some particular fruits are to select a route for a Bunno American tel eilertl. special fiuiliUes. fur examining and the administration of the$ElUUtf
I perfecting laud tltkN.V
the table. Let ns bopE mill fall off even cures for some particular difr egraph. Negotiations for purchase soon I \ e have cloned our West Palm Beach office of Now York Parkin,late of Dade County,deft ..a ,
{ eases. followed. The price was ;:nIM.) Any business from the Lake Worth section or JUTE ..ti1y: ,
11 pats the floor, get,swept; up aBd ca 1870-Charles Forbes Rene de Montalembert, northern part of bade Courty should be re ;
'" tied off with the Wt otfietra8| { e jj the )Hst f of fruits given only tjapes he French count and statesman,died in Paris; erred either to our Tttim iiler Miami office,
; | born in London 1810. and will receive proper attention. Wrote Over West Palm Beach Fit.'dIraJ->

'and never be heard of_again} Herat figs,pineapples, oranges andUmons 1871-JIme. Bonaparte Wyw, daughter of Laeien Titust llle,Brevard County and Miami. Dade ",=
I 1:1 \! l are here, and in Bonaparte, died; born l&L! County Florida. 1 021517FKA.NK -- I
"". fjj _. grown regard
J.- 1881-Alexander not Russiaassuisinated; born WASTER'S .*
..... .!SINCE THE: Sty ,Council cut dow to them we can say that pine- 1818; crowned 1858.: W. POPE. D. C.CAMPBELL. SALE. .

the P,dog tax.to ; w e' e cure o dysQgpsia popE & CAMFBKLI. Insurance In pursuance of a final decrngfadt

j stand that nine dollars have bee p but that their juice is"one of This Date In History-March 14. of lien rendered by the Hoe._ 3st

paid on dOf1'8-if.you} recognize the tie best knownthin s, tu fphtheriafthat'ol'arlges or .UeO-DecisiT. battle of Ivry and victory of ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS A T LA W. During I Judge of the Seventh Judicial' |
i ) :. Honey of Navarre.lasFrsdenck Ida, in and for Dade County,bOagft
dog thetgeurslhetaltyoewfll' i ; 111 East Bay Street, I
know ; we good Theophiloa Klopbtock,German ting,in Chamben, on the 26ttto}*%

w ho paid the, .tax.. It ,emns tbl\t:I, fp: throat aqd"lungfiiseasf! 9,jflcd qpitre >poet Tictor, died Emmllllatlt;: born 14.ffia >. in whose reign the 8-3-97 JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA. 1897. ary, A. D. 1898. in the ehaace 4altd

nine i city dog* must. have !lots of visitors lemons, and that* lemollsmor ?8 (unification of Italy was completed, born in in pending, wherein Kettle L Inuit

else there atod for ; f.:Turin; died Jan. 9,.1873. ,Italy's first king n.c.. HOOD, M. (). I II plainant, and Isabella JoaH w fat
or nineteen pomeloes i
are are good stomach
-d I was born to the thrcnaof arilinia Cavour I Jones are defendant,the udnpII
hn utY-liine'more dogs still in deb and liver troubles andareconsideredaa became hU prim minister in laai, and in' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Has How Master In Chancery will,oa -:!;
18M h. gained admission to the II
to the city. for their right to live:: our healthiest. fruits, pineapples European power by joining conventionof with Eng Oftl.e and Resilience near II I Monday, April, 1fl .

""", I alone, possibly, excepted. land and France in the CrimeaC'war. PALM BEACH.loyal PolmianaHotel I Life Insurance in between the hour of 11 o'cIc4l1l(a
Tat: TAX.MC ACID FAt.'TdRY When Austria invaded the Sardll.. king. 11.97: noon and 2 o'clock In the afttn eiLol
a At Astor, t iFe r80nal eaperigal'e i andi ,dom, in 1858 Oavour .called ugoa.ltia;; old Force ofOver the Court House door at Juo.B ikt
it was reported, shut down becau tended / .."J yrnyf "iM jtftjfc-fA-u'tj'iairj-'iMufl! de-* .
buSehan 'rife can 8hythftt.we tested at Magenta and .Selferfno4 From E.W.. PUGII. 31. !>., ty, Florida, sell at public aacd a4Yrait

they could not produce an acid that have neYl t. knowfl good, rjpe, that time on the Italian states d"po.tedtheir I II the highest bidder, the foUMfe}**
F came tot petty princes and tn- -IaH.Italy PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. premises, and all right title ail tav
up necessary rjequlre-
periect fruit to cause sickness of any wa* united.8kJohn said defendant therein, aid ke|'*ft
Office in rear of Dimick'H
menU, und yet Star kind 1 T. Ford well known theatrical I RllIldl'nce- Drug Store. I 950000000.00 I II sea mentioned In
tti'q no matterwbeiLj: yfejrpKjr how- Wtwt 'lde o( Olive Street 3 Doors the Compalult\lt!
: debase tLtatTlf acid i a1l.er'a.M1; lit Baltimore: born ItiS South.of Clematis Avenue. complaint, vU;
factory eaten, or in wtSu| iuB \ftt, tai an tynel *Tiornaa B. Nelson, ex'L'nlled
L. "at thaf'plaVFs s4:;making: a. splendid I one who will take the *to* 00, **"HStat.- min&Mr- hue and to Mexico, 3-26116 WEsT 1'ALM BEACH. FLAD I And Has Beiagthe East half (H) d WM.
pains inves- died at Terre Haute, Ind., born 182Qi I Eight (R), in Block Forty ((40), fist

i tannicliq'iOrfrom-' the'NOta of the .tigate c 'h 'npt for. themselves. B. FOFTEK. D. a plat of Went Palm Beach. Dade Cecil

common I *aw palmetto. and using that this IS d i t> \%< L. ThiDateInffistOFy-! I' 15 Ida. A E. BET.a.) i P
tons of the roots, week. Possibly I SurplusOver BpCIIIta
every M B. C.-Julius Cesar was -_ 3-23-93 PALM BEACH Ft.AJ Solicitor for Com pi"...&. '

the roots in, this section are. WAIT LTrt .Ei.oKCER.; killed in the senate house r f. i a 1 Karrb 3, 18980 3t ..:
acid in Borne'bbtn about 100 ..1 1I
stronger m than 'As- )
those near B. C-some 102.: -) .\. PUGU. I -
say e.. 1
tor Xow is the time of year when we Ittt-Colnmbua entered : ;
or possibly the Florida Extract the ,, s\' } S 48000000.
have to.wMniitgiItW.\to.l,1nstS harbor of Palos which he ;.. / DENTIST. .
ii Company TUusville understandthe had left'Aug.:8, 142. Lay' I.e ', .1 1 ; -
business tornot to be in pBecause UQ\to > nortf> tog eonssraed. __ hs frown I..IlIrltl01'1.. a 1lsrb4ty. i
bettor than \ ;
the Ae .. ,r 1 \ T Lot'til ,Vnut-Kllietic HM d '-
and U days in discovering i'l' W Eural.t\oq -:
# Company did.iMORE the weather is beginning America and returning ;I nf Teeth. Strongest ?

k to feel d )little 'an 'here is 'no'' sign & -John Endieott,' colonial OFFICE-Teeth+th rxtiacted Door from Without Cor Clematis: Pain. Ave.' Comp'y I<-;
governor of Massachusetts, and I
i that tt\idn Olive St.
!|j HOTEL R0011.r ethereal s pernjeatcs the t i died in\bornlli88.It.RLIURL. 7-2-U WEST PALM BEACU; FfcOUIDA. Ilij !:

atmosphere to auN'hlatnipgextent\ . 1787-__Andrew\0_.__..'._._Jackson_ ,....,...,.seventh_ ... ., president_. antlement. d -....s """.-ty. l....-,. ._ '!'ri i i t-:. _. I U- :. the World I. -
ti ine wuuipj.niucn' more. ;-norei ac up in any part pf the north yet. UUl" N.UUL.C; died uum.18&Q30 qle "aIJlaw 1oIIt- L T. DANIEL. I I #: L

commodation bas beenvpalpably March up north is the most blustering -Maine became a.slate.. Disputes betweenthe ; *1y One Contemplat-

fib demonstrated this Winter.. The colonist ef Maine and Massachusetts DENTIST :
( chaeAb\ed'angeroutmouth\ ; ; lasted 200 yean; A Anal separation took \:;ijigInsMrwgHis'Sfioiild .c
i r tourist havettled opogthie pointJ'M8HeiVthoic pl'[ place and Maine was admitted into the OtO\. IMUAN RlVEIFLOKIUA.UJhtt8NOTARY !II it.Glve .
U1.It.\ j -
t }b.twelvejjjbd April] with
Onion t
as an independent state.
&iaUWe all3other8f: ;and i it its with Boundary ..\. :\ II'or: ....
I feminine weather, sunshine and disputes arose Great Britain after the ---- HerUj, I
WALLACE U. : ; :
now we must Revolution and were settled in 1MJ .
arrange to take care of showers .warmth by a : < ('
and chilliness nil cession to England of a small portion of t. & iF 'Wr&e\o
them.There. ought to be lively building mixed up BO can't tell from territory in return for the free navigation Successor loA. I HJ. Robert the I
one of the river St. John.lieCardinal REAL bDINWRANCE ;;
operations at Palm Beach ESTA\\ U1iflersiiMq
day, or hardly front PDe hour,-|o the Mezzofanji, Italian linguist and Agent for '. ::" ; ,)., ,

t ('Cnmlg.91tn( +tner.. Ye' bare-as :jet next wb9tT| socialist died. :
t scarcely tapped that class of winter is belt l -Captaia Frank NOTARY PUBLIC ,, '\ ,:, : : -
not nuou rj Chile 11S&Y jp silly E..JiJ1J..J1qll. the avenger Clematisvcnue, V
lJUliilll'1SS that is not able to pay tbe the : "* of Uclonel Elmer )& !Elbworth at the jackson *.;l-i>7 West Palm near Olive Retch stroet, Florida i 1 ,\ ;; COUPON ; !;V .
ply moving in and housecleaning -' House,Alexandria,died in Washington. 4GUY .tlldTh .
;; : .
i I .big 7-house*s iates.M : :Thousands-CT \i of urIlitMOJutt'art'w8Itmlr month that gets things. ready for I. METCALF, r PEREZ- F:1I.urr." Manager'\, ..J; : ;L ;; ; e -:} .
r to come, as June the first This Date In -
month that ,
.' good History-March 16 The ; i4 "UI.slt .iITA7UiSdI .
ire Equitabhi <
'soon 1ite
MM have facilities PUBLIC : of
proper to weather comes with any prospect of 17SO-Caroline Lncretia Herschel, astronomer. For the Strtwf. NAY., ,e, 1..11-: f .
take born died 1848. : Florida, at Large i i Jack oe
cure u/ guests. wishing to ; e, Floifda l l' .ghMVC-.r .. .
pay staving with you more than i.rn -. ] & -James Madison,fourth president born Ihtodll "" rt e Leas'; and ; .. ,1 .
I |:!.;(1 aril $J.UO a day. A number four hours at a time. Port Conway, Vs.; died 1838.U02 in CC Drafted J Contrary I t"1liJ"' IW; D.t..:. '1. 41WaM ,-

three -George Archibald McCull, general "hero \ Work ConvSyadtln Sph hlltv.11 '. would like to J'f>eriye an '111'" '1 .... .. .
6 ; an good sized ,ho- Guaranteed ex- '>"
'B Here, from now till June, is when of Hechanicsville," barn In Philadelphia Legally t nrrect. '
8 ought to died ; Office III TROPICAL SIN: jtgi Je..pJ.rqu.r: XEVV ..n lA,
be started at once in 1868. Bioik .
finest I'QA41Cy
I the weather of the whole 'i1.- West Palm .a, .. 11'11"8' .
1 W..st I'.ilm B ach. yeajf 1832 Walter Quintan Oresham soldier and -- Il.-ach.. .Dade CountS. Fl..rid4 adapted to oJ gttd
i is experienced, and any one who jurist, born near Lanetville, Warren coon .' my age. '.1; l1n .
:t ty lad.; died May 28, lsh6.816Napoleon M. .4 .. ,I : : ;: ,
1.---; ;- leaves now will miss the best and 1 Eugene Louis Jean D. L. DODSON.I 'I. 1)11.. .iJii: .1 I.Da
Joseph, son ::I ,_ .
.1. 1{AIOn' NC of Napoleon III, born : born. on I l4 i" ...: evktaJwA
THE at Paris : : ]
BANNER. moat delightful weather ol tha whole ; killed in t tbe.r? a.Y:.b' ..,
I .. Znlulsnd June 1,JII'II.;'irhe imperial prince f : ,:: N < .. I'. ,Ji 10'"
season and iPPPP nitoal Mon o) I .' .: .. ,,, -,Tan, .. :, ,
In the-matter of Florida's touristbusine.b l Eng-land. ................ :w5
... .
: ..... ..
I I g[iP'JC01d8. pDeuWlijfVpirf ijiindre! t : : Miami : .... .18.. '1'1 J '. It
1uJan1iJI"wIII '
I it is the climate while out Florida. .
that : ..
., diseases, m rtAoaD e/wiJuLin an' f. on a reconBQtdHA >Pi '1"2"-5- i .. '" '.. ':; .: : : .. : .' c
t'ehouiiYmi 1>\i hile'thr ; ...... I .
I l more 'norttern fount( here at any time of tbe year, -SenatorLeiereHappulytectrnot.Wrench statesman, died in Paris; born.JSOLRev. .. ) Xam".""''''''_',''"'' I 'f., I ::a. t n! b..nce tQ dipm!
.re WHEN <; >a..e I 7, .
urtaocUle.Statebavegnioytlfair a land against whichqiiarantine should l &- Dr. Juhn W. Broadns, president of in Jacksonville be sure and \s. : .'.':, ''' .aa ,
patronage, Palin Beach baa had : tl 'ru* ** the Baptist Theological seminary at Louisville ityourpldFnend, who will t. ) a tiI1 .. V ;UJItft.
be had as muclilks against 'the yellow ) "died m that city; born 181E you with Bargains surprise I ..AM .,, i t.', : d
the in 1i.. .,..._.... .... j ;0 :"1 iA -' !'MIJ
.V\'f; whmoiuey'DakiQo-! ; ?non fever of the South. Dry Coods. j !.." ...,........ -, 4..nU ,. b"twiat

i 1 1'f'tJ.t'i tJ \\Ii..is) !! _pnJly the be- Our northern visitors should not This Date In History March 17. Uents' C'lothliiff\and .' ,JQl9lw:: ,LJ r. ire / JII
Fuiiiishings .
ginning. Beach is founI .. ...y ..' ,
Pallor g be iDa hurry to flee from the 45 B. C.-Battle of Munda, D. SINGER, inw .. ""JJdtdl!
I j just out of the cradle-and} is already slight Spain, and defeat of the ii Bridge street, Near Bay Managers .. : J.r.: ; !'t at.
discomfort of a little warm weatherto last force opposed to.TaliulC "-tro7 : ,FRANKLIN 5HN. u tf
ViSftTjiaj! .* tbs). banns; JACYsoNyULE.FLORIDAUNDERTAKING' G$0. o. "V Vt .. 111.101bt
foretell BU'rt1t
; ; !<> can 'both the known and sar. SHEEN& 1s
unknown BUTLER t
the iteut dimensions ISO-Marcus Aurebus Antoni ;1 .; ri ', >tc IIILJId: "t' t.
; .to which J
; danlersi.thut7;/. Arer- AND I'
thiafavmriteepptisgoingto'; reach? of Rome, died CIVIL .O
their northern homes and will Turk born 121; emperor 181. ;..c ; "' Ot11e8 a1 Weal 'ENf1JNEER8.. : .' .;4aw8c
WIt"I&iu'.r visitors mm to Kluriiiu Lands Prim Beach .. .. _
1 <<) It ,
there for a couple of mouths totooie.To -PhIlip Maaunger. dramatte GEO. JelCally! II&b-dl.Yid@d r
H. Dwhed ,
!Iv hey Want flit moat perfect cliiriut poet, died in London p MALTBY. i l 8rkxilng and Itr&dtn and m&PIIrur: I) ".. : J\l Q .one and, all,. .our<<; advice is to ;born ISM.KM ,. lul.and I and eaUmaUnll:timber IandJi mr.t.Ing .. N4atA: raz1,
*-. and 1'alm B*-aeh being; over II -Manon Jeanne Phihppon, .1 1Ilurk aapetlntyr] C ar.. i.x. i
t mnnk.ti0trn K
'wilalittfebnger.tstF > WBteed. '. : den.
iliaD yUOO m..aim ilex' tJ
huudred''nlit4fartht'r: famooa aa Mme. Roland J1J.U .qay. : t a
south than born in Pans; guillotined there Care and ,rea wane and Blue fTlixaktrLowect .' a a ,u'N J1JtlrlI1'
Nov. Embalming of :1.;
b"r/ther/ tourist ietts 9. the Dead PALM .
: ; naturally of- 1113. BEAca.FJ.A..U.79S .-
Gur ', luOO ; 01 ttstn >
1 jfIr '.1:ff
1 "liars t 1JW-Ike British evacuated&.t finder 20 Years' '
euperior atfractionsln; : the way n inl3brl bUuJif) i t t..toentce'1Qf.WaiJ, ngtou'M cannon the Experience, SEMINOLE' I ..a -rg: c.1 tl'! 1if+
.' on Dor- -...:.. .. DARDEn .v 11 .. ..:.
--delightful. ttuuthtr;1' hence, the why not, andWho is v. ehe er heights i. SHO: P: 4 ) ... t.. ;&
responsible for
180 -Prins Biionarck
and hu .
sonBerbtrt ""it'i. .uIt.1
vre ttiirTent'o.intrtra rtisiiowing : thetibR's finances?. _' signed and Emperor William named Ca re. [ : Funeral, Supplies in Stock. ; D.II.GE"'t.lIJlE.t1.Manager,_ :, .," )

toward. Pa, m'Beach, as the idea] .G-l .11 ::-.. ,.". r; 1" 11 :
I -Prince Napoleon Joseph Charles r\ o \ WORK: .
-t -
l o.QC:# liJ 'e Want mot Y hQ{cT(.It va stbsorJ'hg f9r1' 19\{ tiil; r i BOMporte died in Rome; born Paul 1$11 Jercm -: Telegraph "Furuiture Store 1ew'Furntture-E perythingeat :., a .. .. .. i.inl.

t tats of tj_King Jtxofiio. U".ch, lurid W..t Ya V IU I hoP wader Semlaole and Clean. .; a ;,:.,A: us. .....

9'9'97 'L '-., :Hotel;u III '. .u V.S 4 111 1.'m
tL.er ; b9t'.l 4
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i call on...... m. E. GRVBER, .., HARDWARE '


and Crockery
Dress loft Md BcmldrcM For
HorMwomem.Ubeto Text of the LCMOQ. Math. *lr, I-II-Hem-
' carry the Largest Line of
That Bee... Blrader F1mrM.TMUfol Glawware and Lantern
ery Vent. 6-10 Golden Test Provo IfS3 ,Lamp

Halt For Child-A Fad From : Commentary by the Be. D. M. Hats and = _- All Kinds of Boat Goods
e+n ro.e_ w
tt Eaflkh LlBk .
) Negligee Shirts I It. Stoves,Tinware,Doors,Sash and Blind..
, At* relent meeting of the Biding and I 1897. by D. M. Steam ]
<>be found in the State. Sole Agents! for All Kinds of Fishing Tackle and Sporting Goods.!
brining club in New
York the habits 1. "At that time Herod the tetrarch
t. nf ton expert women riders were a matter heard of the fame of Jesus. In Mark Knox and Youmans Hats.Evtrett d Gasoline Stoves. Blue Flame Kerosene Oil Stove

II of fperial regard to women interested vi 14, it is written that His name wa. Block.sag W. Bay Street. ... s -. Harrison Bros.Ready Mixed Paints.
in the equestrian garb who are looking spread abroad,and in Luke ix, 7, it is said 8-197 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. xaU Order 6ivcra Prompt Attention. 11-1-97

forward to the exhilarating exerciseof that Herod was perplexed because that it -
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1a. t tit saddle when winter'* slush and was said of some that John as risen from i

mud shall have panned away. In illustrating the dead The context in )';ulo; and Luke

some of the leading feature in would Indicate that it was about the time ol DAIY'rYORANGE BEELSFOED J3RO
riding habit the New York Tribune remarks : the Bending forth of the twelve. It seems .
: to me that the heart thought for us is that
l In most of the something of the worth and works of Jesus
parts country east of
Real Estate and Insurance
by some means reached Herod If we art'
+ the Rockies there is little difference between RICH -
redeemed His it is that
by blood through
the habit worn horsewoman
by a us the fame of Him may be far and wide
whuthar bar ride U to be in country by. made known He brought Israel out nf Palm Beach, Florida.

, ,- Egypt dividing the waters of the Red sea DELICIOUS
leading them through the desert and drying
up Jordan before them to make Hit Terfectiou of the ConfwtiotierV. Our store the only Notary FublicCottages to Rent

glorious name known that the many place in town where Jon can ft thfin-only 13; cts per pound
K might be blessed in Him (Isa. iziii, 12. 14 61.97 Post-Office Building North of I'oinciana Hotel.
Joshua iv,24).
Print Butter
8 "And said unto His servants. This is 4 ,
I John the Baptist; he is risen from the sOnly 25 Cents per Pound
dead, and therefore mighty works do shew
a forth themselves in him It is said in EGOS-We guarantee them 15; cents per dozen. SAMUEL: I,. STOR.BR. GBORGB H.CHASB. KILBDRN POWERS.
Mark vi, 80 that Herod heard John gUI
ly and did many things knowing that he ESTABLISHED 1866-
L. W. Burkhardt Bros.
was a just and holy num. but as neither
r hearing nor doing will avail unless Christis
1 actually received into the heart ((1 John Finest Groceries. S. b. CO.
T, 12; John i, 12) Herod's knowledge STORED
r did not profit him His evil doings would
1E4 not suffer him to turn unto God (Hot. v
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3. "For Herod had laid hold on John Wholesale Commission Dealers
and bound him and put him in prisou for
Uerodias'sake, his brother Philip's w fie Baker & Holmes and Shippers of all Kinds of .
4 These are among the seemingly strongu ,
things. That God who controls all things

even the devil, for there can be not bin:. -< WHOLESALE DEALERS IS }-- Lobsters
sett" beyond His control should permit Josephto : :
be stolen sold into slavery falsely ae
BTTUBH RID1XG HABITS cUlled and imprisoned; David to be hunted Cotton Seed Meal and FertilizersHay

ways or city highways. There fta as a partridge upon the mountains. Jeremiah
"dress nUn and a smidrews. The. to know the horrors of the dungeon Fresh Fish :
( Oats. Flour Feed Grits. and Meal.
mire, and John the Baptist. His own her Tom :
former shows the greatest difference in
aid, none greater born of woman (Math ,
raj.| the bat worn which is of course, the xi, 11), to suffer imprisonment' and death
regulation silk "tila" The jackets are 4. "For John said unto him. It K lint Materials -
now made. three button cutaways, the lawful for thee to have hl'r" Then-fun- Building : : Turtle.
tails being only long ruough to reach to for his faithfulness, he is put in prison
Jet the saddle when the rider is seated Would it have been better for him to have ........
Lime. Brick (Cement and Plastcrnig Hair.
y6 ,
thereon. With this jacket, which is in said nothing about this sing Might he
ems ta reality a coat, is worn a waistcoat, have said It is no affair of mint 1'h.'J are Particular Attention paid to consignments from Florida.
the children of the devil anyway, and lu Tough on Flies
which must to be la mode
thoroughly a ,
him they arts going whether Herudua lives 11.18.97 16 Fulton Fish Market NEW, YORK.
*. display the hunting pink. This is not with Herod or with Philip Some would Guaranteed lo Protect. Horses and Cattle a!! ain'l Flics.{ ,
MlItol by any means a real rose color, but of a say so, and there are no doubt many thingsin :
\ deeper yet more orange tint than one which we are to take no part as they 9.18 97 Office. Main and Kay Sts., Jacksonville. Florida.
associates with the meaning of pink. are not given to us to meddle with. but in

WaibtooaU are made this season of a this case John was brought; face to face T. V. CASHEN
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heavy woolen staff, a kind of trioot with the sin and either had to K- blind to

cloth which is of a somewhat mixed It for peace's sake or speak faithfully forChril.t's .@ '.!\i.! !: AW:s::< 5)I ) ,

+ and shows the in we.Ii l.
weave hunting pink .
And when ho would have put him \
decided threads and lines The standing to death he feared the multitude, because ,. '- Manufacturer of and Dealer in
?* ) collar and De Joinville tie make the I they counted him as a prophet. How full
I .
finish for a really stylish, dressy riding I of fears this wretched specimen of self in OYSTERS *
5il habit. The color of the cloth used for. dulgent humanity was lie feared the
the suit is popularly green, not of the woman under whose control he had pkiml YELLOW PINE LUMBER
Lincoln shade but one which is called, himself for lust's sake He feared the pen : Are excellent eating when you can get them FRESH. That is the
pie over whom he was placed, and he eve
like the pink, banting green. dently feared the hereafter, for he din |:j only way we have them. We gel them .fresh here Every Day from ;
The undrew suit differ from the .
way things, and would doubtless hate
M other only in the hat worn with it, a done many wore if such doing would have made A the finest oyster beds in Indian River,and open them to order any : .And Timber. .

haL. derby being correct for the country or him sure of heaves without requiring him
: way you want them-sen-e them on the half-shell or fill your orJ -
for morning rides in the city. to give up his darling sine _
f ft A blender figure may wear a jacket 7. "But when Herod's birthday was ? der for a gallon or a barrel. Call and see us at the City D >.ek.GARDNER'S Mouldings. Turned Work. Fancy Scroll Work,

t with something of a blouse effect, although kept the daughter of Herodias dallt'l'tllM'fore Pickets Lath and Vegetable Crates.
Herod. ,
them and pleased Whl'n'upunhe
the plainly fitted barque shaped
i. *
promised with an oath to give her OYSTER HOUSE
amt U more often chosen by all sorts
ld whatsoever she would ask. Feast daysand Jacksonville Florida. 1028.97
and conditions of women. If a figure is birthdays must be kept, the entertain ,
l to slim as ta look unpleasantly thin and went business must ro on, no matter

.Mt -::'J!. delicate in a tight fitting(coat the waistcoat what becomeof Christ ,r His heralds Wo 1-6-)8 FRANK C. GARDNER, Proprietor. -- -
or an undergarment of chamois are sure that He was not invited to this
be made full enough to counteractthe feast and neither was His faithful John
may i
G ', ",.. effect of emaciation. But the woman This was like Bclshazzar's feast, the devil son lt..i.i!-.'!.!/!.\!'!-.'!-.'!.'!-.'!-.\!-'\!\!-.'!\--'!)!-J.!." --'!.'-!I.!-!-.' -!--' \-'!i. The Southern Fuel and Supply Company
-::4 who is inclined to stontmss must and he knew what he was up to He -
this to accomplish his
; 'r was running thing
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make her mind that the lack of
: 1 1l1 up purpt e How well he enabled that poolgodless '.
will detract -Whnlea&1. And Retail Dealer. ID-;
adornment in habit not
a a girl to dance that day! How he house best accomuiod ttious the
; New ou
from the apparent size of her figure. enabled her captivate the sinful h'll'l I > ;
i. j. Equestrian tights hare superseded trousers Herod and to lead him in his ei .wine'to AL FRE CO 0 HO TEL East Coast; table first-de.,., aud every Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement
convenience and comfort lot anti cold
I'ji or knickfrbockt rs. make her this great promise, and all t> ;

I A child's riding dress is a simple secure the death of John! baths; modern improvements; in center of the famous pineapple section; close and Laths.
; affair, since it does not require the nice 8. "And she, being before instructed of to the Inlet; fish and ojsters in abundance. Shingles
her mother, said Give me hero John &\1't6t's
that is the principal in mak
fitting part
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woman's habit. It must not be head in a charger.Veread in II Vitrified and Sidewalk Brick.
;; ing a Chron. xxii, 3, concerning a certain kirg Terms Moderate.J. Paving
made too mug as the youthful figure is that "his mother was his counselor to ito
constantly growing, and the coat or wickedly We know also that Rebekahwas L. JENSEN, Proprietor,
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jacktt is always in better taste when neither her own friend nor her son's -
worn loose. A box coat or a plaited when she counseled him to lie to his father JENSEN, BBEVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA.

:.1 norfolk blouse belted: with leather is often Lying and deceit have the same au styth'n'I fail to stop at Jensen when visiting the Indian Itivcr. 12-1697 Office' 408 West Bay Street.Jacksonville.
thor as lust, and envy, and hatred and
murder Let us resist the devil lest he use -
; Florida.
i. A recent innovation in outdoor costume ,
even us as he did Simon: Peter when he 114-97
;; i' also illustrated by the journal said, "Pity Thyself,Lord'- (Math it t. 22
;;,I mentioned is the fsandriughiuu golf margin)
1 waistcoat, the latest fed from the EngA 9 "And the king was sorry; nevertheless The Jacksonville Fertilizer CO.
; for the oath's sake and them which "

'I'V sat with him at meat he commanded it to Process" Blue Flame Oil Stoves t
be given her His honor before his gwstswa.
at Make and he dared not show lam E. SUDLOW Gen'l Manager.
self a man Perhaps there was no man in ,
'"$.' him It may have beeuall beast, all carnal

1li of have the slid.lowest cannot kind give He what could;truthfully not mine Pineapple and Vegetable[ fertilizers.Animouu Standard Light's Co'sVaporStovesOUR

and human life is not in wy power to give
noble for EAST COAST AGENTS: -
or take That, however, was too
such a creature and he dared not uu 5-6 her cent. ''Amwouia 5-6 per cc-it. J i II Niver, Daytona J C Frink, StuartW ) :
Ilerodus We have ill had other M E Gruber West Palm Beach
against P Shryock, New Smyrna ,
Available P. ,\.4-.:; per cent Available P. A. 6.81't.r cent.
masters, can we now truly say One is Frank T Budge, Titusvi'lleidward M B Lyman, Lantana I
my Master even Christ whose I am and Potash K. 3 O. 7-S (per cent. Potash K. s O. 9.10 per cent. Stiling, Cocoa Stranaban & Co, Fort Lauderdale

)i- whom 1 serve?' Gee F Paddison & Co, Eau Gallie Jordan & Spivey, Lemon City ,
hi 10 And he sent and beheaded .Ichn in Cotton Seed Meal and Tobacco' Mixed in Equal Hod son Bros Eau Gallic D R Knight Lemon Cit ,t'
thu prison Not long belure John hadsent j __ > -1 ( <_ A Y W Hogg & Co, Fort Pierce Frank T Budge, Miami 'I:
messengers to Jesus inquiring if lie Quantities Geo E Coon, Jensen W W Culbertsoii, Cocoanut Grove
" was the Chi ist, or if then' was yet another ?? .,,
bo looked for Jesus wrought uirwIi-i! ; '
and sent the meeoengurs to tell John what Special;: attention given to private formula. The Raymond D, Knight Co.

they had -i-en and heard and aduWi"Blessed l-lo-'Teadf-.r: Paunphletuul ill il'l'!*. \\'. F. ARMSTRONG: JR., Agent. ,
is he whosoever shall nut tw SOLE STATE AGENTS, Ito l;
Me' chapter xi. 6)) We have --
offended in ( - --
r no rcord that Jesus ever went to see bun ..,!? Jacksonville, Florida. ::1 ,
Now is heard the tramp of feet some one :
is coming to see him la it the lord and
Master His cell door swings open Hu is

wanted moment not U for is over earth., for but the for damsel heaven I .warts Ina 51 scr i i e for phe 5un.

i her gift and angels and redeemed spirits TROS. NOONEY & SONS II
wait to welcome the faithful messenger to ,
bliss eternal and indescribable
OULF WAISTCOAT.Huh : 11 And his head was brought tu 4charger \ ;
for ur on a dish) and given to the
links It is equally appropriate ( --- Commission Merchants
riding. It island damsel, and she brought it to her mothc ,
cycling or crows country
Did ever mother ask or a dauyiitu .:an '.
knit, with tJf\ s of silk flannel What did do
such a grcwsouie dish they
,Uned and-dttigued to be worn with or with it? How did they treat itWeil THE EARMAN HOUSEIs -IMPORTERS-
&wirnintantaterparnient It resemblesthe the devil accomplished his purpose and

English waistcoat worn.b> }uan. fcfr, John's sojourn in a mortal body was ended I and Domestic- _/
fug cut so an to'follow the outlines But can it be that the devil has the nowKIIIO: Winter fra el:. Foreign
, the figure more closely than does the least idea of the bliss of the redeemed hi n |
he la allowed to kill their bodies? If so Best of Accommodations
waistcoat I II
average would |if be sp defiroua to usher them intosuchi Table Eest the Market Affords. Fruits and Produce
c: : -truquetteai : J glory ? J i.> ,
saver : ---i3atns Connectior.llate.liti
and took
12. And his disciples came
*U t'ak.T. rititl oulli liver, chop up the body and buried it and went and'I| ut"iste.i :Si.-irt: Dioi.-iiii-v troth i inU'poT./ .

fine, season with alt, pepper and a toW Jct:u, In Mark.,!\a.ins i Hi"011 WHOLESALE CROCERS

e'' 'piece of() 1ioa. Add swell beaten'egg that they laid it in a f tomb They did QI>t :': :\ '5JIUS. S. E. KARMAXJwJrlU .. ,
and :d; heaping tablespoonfuls of crackercrumb : burg John"* lay him in a tomb and _:3.} -' : 1-' -
Wi ,nd frlja they will; not bury us if the time should; -
bii\6* .IW..1.t'Rl'JB into.HJ'lV rpqu wert. .. come for us to paoeoutot UmmwioJ body.' U a_ w'KST;: 1'iyi UKACH, FLA. JAOKSONVILJE. -: FLORIDA. : ,. 107 8-9-

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I MASONIC.- -- Company'I 1 & ...-
Steamship Corns

S f-tS9ft:;?, fcs : I i The Duty of the Master Iu the Eat. Ocean; Kingsland' ; THI-

-W- ". ,_ -' 'J__-- .. I Chip From tUo Temple. i "SAVANNAH LINE..
I The requisites of a master are wisdom,

7 prudence, toleration, justice ant truth. It Fulton .Market NEW THEIR
At" No. 5 Y01
'. ia his particular duty to dispense light and % Florida P

3 MACCABEES. I i performed knowledge to by the giving craft.a lecture That duty, or part is not ota ; To New York .*. And Boston. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OP !FIsFlorrida

lecture, at the opening or closing of aIlodze. IMcI11aL.
t 1"rom1ae. Member of the Order la HUouri ; On the contrary, that; duty ia far .

-Bee loz7rn. i i I higher and more important, and it be- A Short Hail Ride to Savannah Thence ...
Mr. Benjamin J. Klcne of . one of the most tru tl'llIlI'lIIl1t'rsof the order I! it, by acquainting the brethren with A Short Sea Voyage. WtoIB
i in Missouri and is enthuMustic for the i i the history, morals and philosophy of Mal )t"CI
I welfare of the order. Hi has attended all l 'j sonry. The topics for chi are very numerous Saiting from Savannah:

tho Maccabee convections! in his jurisdic I ,even in the first three degrees, and 5 Each Week 5 feitcBode:
1 tiun and WM elected cc* of its first supreme i should elicit the profoundest study and Ships
reprtwntativeMr.. Klone served I thought of officers and members.-Exe. A Speeia f.coa" f. >

L two years a* commar.der of M. Louis tent' change. schedules. Write for general itt
with sailing
All ticket agents and hotels are supplied
and ducUofd re-election He brefth
was also first
The edict; of the grand master of NVuYork
call on
reservation, or
information schedules stateroom
"" ,,,, severing fraternal relations with the sailing tittifeni
; >\-,"I prsiiid lodge of Peru, meets with general E. II. HINTON, Traffic Manager WALTER HA WK XS, Fla. Pass. Agt, SoUa1. I !

:t \ approval by the craft. Savannah, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. 3.10 BnaBUt.
The grand master of outh Carolina .

I I ruled that upon a charter beinu issued to ------- .- ------- -- the 11';
ll r 'I a lodge under dispensation the three broth n:

I ers named therein as master and wardens NEEAINOLEIT0 Aaiat.tna
become Ipso facto members of the new .
lodge .and deiuitted from their originallodges. IazgeInBb

ran i'I L' All the Masonic bodies in the District of Only Brick,Hotel in Town. : ,
:, av Columbia are working bard to make a
great succcess of the Masonic fair to be WEST PALM BEACH FLA. h
4. :
; held at Washington nest April titab

'' fi One of ttt distinauishing features if QPAflMHT P Has recently been completed bai1tla6e "'
Masonry is the rc\l.rential.'t'pol.t shown to'' THE \JDmIi\wlyly !fret
stantial manner and elegantly
/ old 1I l'n old Mason al+vas is, ir PROSPECTORSA .msaga, JarRt
shit' ould be, a wel-ome and highly respected on high ground fronting Lake Worth and commanding amagBifica peal

it' I isitor to a lodge ed view each way and guests enjoy perpetual breezes froji all
Donation day at the Pi nnsylvania Ma- -L
sonia home resulted in the donation of a -AND_ U .. Cuisine and Service Strictly First.CI>tmh f

sum exceeding: $7.0(10. Rates: 12 per day and op. Special Rates Ij till Week.e Esal
: Chapters o' the Eastern star can now
t meet in Ma-cnic halls w ith approval of .-- INQUIRERSWill GEORGE ZAPF a -

BEU.tAN J. ELfcXE.comrrandiT the grand lode of Ohio 11.A.
j 4 of ,t. Louis camp and prepami A grand 'odge which has the ritual -- =="'"
6 the constitution{ fur it The supremo written out to keep in its vaults for private find THE TROPICAL SUN
commander ha- recognized 3I use of its grand lecturer violates nil POPE & HS fflWffll JACXSONWIoE
j KIcne'K utility by appiintiijjj{ him attorney O. B. just as much as the youngest entered lorded to the muzzle every week with
for thu onkr in iussjuriA apprentit in the jurisdiction whomakes
of the The O. K. nd- just the information they want.
a copy same
meter bas been stared for tho formation
Fruits and Produ4 1
_. mite of no exceptions.Ti':as FniuMsou.George .
of a tini'ermed dn ision of uaceas sIn Try it and be convinced. .J. .,
Omaha E. Kuuball of Pitt.-lield, Me.,en-

I Atcbisun tent of Atehi.unhaspumha. joys Mason the unique while distinction of being made Sube:riptio..Price-l, $2 ; Sir Months, II : Three :Months., Meta Commission Merchants. X,
|1S? worth of new ritual accessories.Five a posses irig only one Eau tLha
"Don't fail to the in
help needy ones
new touts were irganued in KantM -
during V-tolnT. l lode; for some day you may lit needyrouix.ll. Fancy Grades of Butters and ChM
ti ) and then you \'. ill learn hoiw'lrt w
No cull M& made in Pennsylvania for
it is !be .
to remembered.
AM.Binciit in the sick and funeral U'ni'fil We Solicit Your Bnsin ss. 1:
fund during iXvemU. Profanity i i- more an indiwncy than a "*ifc
vice, more a ii.ark ( One gnat tubtuku the New Hampshire depravity; the idle use 01 sjrred names should buy from their home dealers. tutED. .If
Sir Knlk'lit: are luukiiig Is nut taking thu -
does not add force to truth, nur emphasis
life U'UcUt 'i'htru am OUT i'50 Knights io expression ....... low
t In the klatf, and hardly ouj-holf of them ________ "i
tha lifebu! liti :
p carry : S. HAINES.
t State Commander A. il. Potter ot UNITED WORKMEN. Eo"1iDa' sac

Wa'erl", la., was eluted t>> the k'gialature HAINES BROTHERS 'au:
t of tho kttttu at the la,; election by tt \ote Sooth IhikolA to Torui a Relief Fund.Chip I Miami, on Bay Biscayne, Florida in,
that puts him above u I'Wty' n.'pn..entathe. From the Workshop. Hotel t I MI laml l The Most Southern Railroad Point in _
r He U the yaungrst ivpre:'('ntative The jurisdiction of South Dakota rejoices jWachinists and ru
,' t ever cliftt-d to the leciolaturc in L \\a. Sir in the fact that but eight assessments ) the United States. Engines far

Knight 1'otUT has ben kuouu Jis a Macc&U were required to meet its death Accommodations for 200 Guests. Hotel Homelike and Comfortable.
t buKtlcr> and he run Iw counted upon losses for the year, and nsii thank offering; -AGENTS FOR- "IIIe
an \icilant "; ,&:Ird ui fr.tornul interacts G. )I. W. mitb has issued a circular requesting U'I6)7 S. GRAHAM. Proprietor. .
t in low a in bU IK-W itritlta.p each lodge to contribute an The Gas Engine and Power Company. I tofen
; amount equal to 2j; cents for each of its
KNIGHTS OF HONOR. members, to form a fund in aid of any ESTABLISHED 1874. Repair Parts for their Motor in Stock. -
needy workman's in ----- : cf
family the state. ---- --
t Ik/ormatioB For aborcUDate Lodge Offlcrr. Old KeututL is keeping up its rtcord in '--Conducting a legitimate banking business- SpocidJ.I ill
lrt Li. excellent shape. upon strictly commercial Construction and Repair of Intricate Machinery a b.1

The attention subuidmate lodge! oflicrnisnitlid Bentou's degree team of !*t. lows hunt! -THEFirst in
tu fall to jay bis a.- :"-:;'.:eats i.u or Ufcrethe teams in existence NationalM OUR SPECIALTIES: I erB
last vt the of .
Gay by vl-'lroiull ol tolIt gut nut faithful ones, that they may bo remembered Repairing.... Installing....
be rtktorvd
to cuibrrship w i about making tho best atU
as jewels of the order.
F' a written f.\ ilk-atiou to the lodge and Gas, Gasoline Naphtha Kero- Complete Isolated, l 1 :
being ballotinJ upon at u regular meetingvt The Keystone Workman goes to every Jacksonville Florida sene Vapor, Hot-Air and and <
Plants for
member in the Pennsylvania .;;
the lud The Steam
;a I ayneni of the a.-sf Engines and Scales of
mint to ti-u Cuoiicial njAirter dues not re- at the expense of the grand lodge.Youug Solicits the business of merchants, planters and fruit growers. All accounts have all makes and capacities. gasoline mestic use, steam operated or wagslnveotora by l'! -- 11a
Ill tate ll.o uicmbtT. Thj provisions Of man. elate some provision for personal attention is';'
ivction 3, article{ 7, huboiuinatu lodge conititutiou. I your wife and family lI.mil."t sickness and Drafts on England and the Continent bought and sold Modvls Cont!>uet d with S..y and DJap&t Ii
must Le sti ictly complied with.] death. If not married,show your love and on favorable teems.
--. uJ.Il'lIie Itt,!orh r. ftFIJft't fur tbt' father and mother who JAMES: M. SCHUMACHER: President R. C. COOLEY, Cashier. Ox M

The gt'lUulloo.c! of New York hoses:. cartd for you in your childhood! days. _ __ __ ___ 1-21-q7 Office and Works botJ
wended a lurxe; sum ot u.oucy in atrtugtb- Cn'scent IwlNo.. {l. n. of II., was in- ----- IO-21.j7! Jac Sogulllef tin tJI
wing and ricruK.i. t.iorder: and mLudgta any fctituted l at Detroit April 5, 1S94. ItsJl1ewbcn.hiv [ Foot of Liberty Street \ ( .

through the siat>x-au show by their outs nuiubera nearly 300. REYNOLDS & HULL -* -,: .
itnpro\td ccnditiuniwat; this diaburseLodgtn -- -
-- --
meat i Lane -- ---- --- ., !
like othir iiMituticns, shut W -- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALEIW DO NOT FORGET.... 'r .
be ruu on & trict lii..i' .ul plan. One (If The
the moet ci 1. 11:011 .. -. that I'ndcrlj Frinctples of the Order.
i. lead to I
it 1Utol'nakll, i t the I 1' > x dues and u>st.ssii4eiits.If : Pythianisiu is not a fractional but an 'Fish 0ysters Game Russell & Co. 1 1 t

j there is a bug,- number of i"aff.'t'tt'll: I integral could fraternalisiu. If this fundamentaltruth .
obtain a Ions btrido toward,
i or lukvwbrm iAn.bra
in your ludyr. 1 I.MJ I fraternal i.lealiMiiwuuld) beiu
make DO li.rtumty the 11". ,.- juu who iuv anxious s to : plate before the mind of every DRUGGLSTS
& K luw. bring them to aI'UbUzautJu I
i nieinUr ol the order the fact that no matter Q-TGQn qurtZe. ,
work ciuf the liujiortaiKeaiid vf}"Illng to how pernet ho is within himself he is ,
uuefoily of aduingi UL'W not in and of himself ,
comjj'ete! but is e\er WE CARRY
tutwGn A
I i 1 a part of a great and iinjxirtaiH ornauizatiou SERVICE TWICE A DAY LINE OFdruggist
lodge should have a used rule thai is all achil'l'WeDtul'thy of tho bestof
at luutt tint- t a..didate! bo initiated> evenit'gular "the stee411'. L. Dutli We catered to the best- trade lat and Sundries Collet'
M ii.ei'II g.A't each lou,c try W year ,
fi! plan and Lurk fur u, and when the practuu Omaha is to have a l"y thian burial p1 acn are fuLv prepared to do so this
I I U It will be a part of Forest 1-uvneeiuetery. season. Perfumes and
eKtaluisLttl }oU till boo how t,.1 patent Medic
your tod.e will ..r, The Ohio brigade will turn out strongerat
Indianapolis than at any previous encampment A Fresh
; MODERN WOODMEN. ATTENTION of Tenney's Candies.

1 No more important committee
t Select a Capable Muu Tor Camp Clerk lodge than what .is known as the serves investigating a IS GIVES TO ORDERS FROM Courteous Treatment and Prompt Service

Kutt i uf :\ti&bbor.! committee.Thu

.No Gawp t acer bus a luoro rc'I.uib iI.l tndoumeiit rank cannot bu too 6.1.97 Seminole Block BeJeL
The West Palm
pot-iL1uu to Jill hall has the local clerthliiK1 etroulycounnrndudtotheblvthnnuP the East Side. ,
A.1.II" dll order ev hero. -
I the ,local. clerk should U cry w -

t prow wow; \lJIlI, as..UJ.\\.11\\cll its one IVIIIIVU u ho dues UUUilS busi Uniss. Royal Arcauum. WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. 114.97 Wholesale Prices- for Market of
in in a businesslike i.iaiauT If Gardeners,
you Though thenset.,,, to to a gain month ..
old clerk bas err lu...ie his reiuittatice Reliable
l i ly in new members, there seems to bo a Tested
UU Seeds
your gawp bus IAVU pu ,
as is Grown
0. dthuqunt list, do not re-i-lirl hh.i. frhi.wn from the Especially for
Choose suspensions and with Florida Planting.
gwti nun fur ilerk
; dra"lsI
p.i. I
him a lair boAlarfor. doing your work, BURTON K. BARRS
and then tee to it that lit- dots it I Past Grand Recorder J. M. Pace of 98 TiARGAINT'987 Seedsman,

The duties of thu t'tifral Georgia of our supreme l.'Ouncill.'tJmlnittl'tl JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
attorney now I on appeals has made hie.self -
I his popular dphlnU'a same as seeds .
preseii v the heal that
; O"'i"l' *
I lunch of the time .Hat bi has removed hit-.c 1! among the fraternal orders, fur the inter . . l r r r r r .r. l fewerfYlrrn 16&" the: eating In time are and sold freight bv reputable* "J MvdMn .. Xe-J1! !
est shown as a member of the n--- Orders amount CUR*
ulticv to ttm.k Island. Georgia Shipped Same
Day Received.
i i i legislature, in shaping legislation for their = Ipll9?
II.. During the mouth ui Oitobcr, 1:0\6. benefit. II c Hare a Full Stork of Ladies' -
S.5H"0, new members were added, in O.tu' .! -
t. Urr. 1>b7, a,6a9 new uU'I.lb ,I I In the disposition of oihcea under the
i In November, iSt+U. J.ono rs Ktroadupted. new mtui-- ', nets regime in the Greater New York oneesur.ied and Gen!:.;' ShoesLadies' U.D.HENDR 1C KS M
tJt.l'il'rc brother ol our bUJh'IIl'l'Ouncilhlo
adupttrlu t-iub'r. lsi.. show
I that e.OOO new lut-mU-rs wiro added tu been recognized as able to ull the re Dress Goods oar Specialty.
i the olderThe I 1 iuirement. of commissioner tor department General
I of cases Bra Arthur C. Salmon of Merchandise.Wholesale
i tk+euadnutttdtothestateufl'enusyhania Modern Woodmen of America have i i i Brooklyn being appointed to that office. Mrs. Frank willbehera fora week or so and .

r I and the I I In the supreme treasurer's h'ponof Dec. Oils

i that state organizers This was are the ntlat tw t of the work seven in I j I I,i 15 we note the payment of 160 orders on will offer you Special rar,ains. Gasolines 76 Salt Cllti JI
dm-cased and Groceries PffltS
Hew bUU-s to be opt-lied to the WoixLoieu.The ; brothers of f 4d ,71S.6t; and 147I ,- 86' ,
I .-1 Present
275 of delayed claims, practically :$5uOooO with EvenDollar's
Modernooduieaof worth
America are in one month to the families of .
; brothers.tiaiabt Hat
popular, progressive ai d prosperous. They I i Cap Shoe
Dry Goods
Wand at the bead of tL> ir day purchased at the Sseiis Trim
---- II aDd Ladle vt liuuur.j ,

I Uo.1 .tr..aaaa. j Grand Protector Dammer of Missouri Sem[ h Machine+ I

+ The :Ii; plications! in trio order for \urmisr.t.'tild hits hl,1'J,mapped out a place of campaign for BOSTON STOREMRS. es I Hardware................

i .-hi'iiliiuu bpstf How you will hate tot It has been suggested that a pant pro- Agent for M..pes' aDd
: pay a hl iur rate. and if you whutbtrprotection : tectors' association be formed in each state J. FRANK, Prop'r.Srmicole Williams- -: -Clark'--, FertilisefStAntiFriction
i m the lutureit wil rust you for the purpose of stimulating the social
wore. and fraternal features of the order and Iron Marine
act Block! Railway
V .d Keporta uf the supreme treisurer show I as an auxiliary to the g..wtlludge ofncers..Natiuoal on Bsnyan &tr(>et. WEST PALM: BEACH Steamers For Boats 75 Feee in Length and t"nJer.

a balaiuv in tbcgentrjliundui jir;,u->;;.ii, u+:rydI _
and 111 the \\, and O l!. luud, iti'J,3JitI.The I niun.if .

d' minute you become uupruttvtnd During ls' 7 over $1UUUUOU was paid to "Lake Worth" and "Glad 's"
t you have the proper rtgard bur >';,ur fauii beneficiariua.
s ly, you must brume .uuious Wokoutset
as to then
On Lake
prospects are favorable for
t futurv, and this Mill uulit you fur sows ut I large increase in the order a Schooner "MARY" t .
during the winter K',

your duties --'-,---- and spring. PATRONIZE THE SUN JOB OFFICE I Delivery Boat on Lake)Worth.between, Lake Wtmh and JaciJ01YiJtFree !


t Lake_Worth, Florida.f .

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City Directory MP.<;.G. B. STEPHESS_ _. _InMructor .
Bcu Aei*|. Nlnety-flTe Eft EehV W.sIIOXE..._....?.?_.Sup"r'I..r Established 1841.

THIIR SMALL' GREAT POULTRY ADVANTAGES FOR Our small breeding Ten Month.of Black Business --'S.OFFICERS.. MRS \SETT COCOA OBENCHAIS..Instructor PI.fM
I J. F. LAMOND -Mayor A. F. LANli.. _. __._
birds has paid a square profit from J. g"GLENN..................-....._............Clerk !'nl| rTli<<>r
the start Here is their record to J. H LlVINGSTON.Assessor EVERGLADE.
La./.M.i. Beak_ ud Ccealas Thrive date: egg litO. H. MALTBY.-....._..-.............Treasurer MInNIE M. MAY....... .........___.Instruct. r WHOLESALE
... ............Marshal
.. la United QMrUre-Ttc.r..t, HealthyWUtar No. No. AverE ED. A. WK.HSHhU._.-Super visor

... r.a.u, Raked-Th. of ;'tfs. Hens. aen. LIXTOX.

I.Qen-Blaek March... .............. 121: 10 1:: 1April. BOARD OF ALDERMEN.GhO. W. A. H. HOBB3..........?-.._._..._.Instructor Commission Fish Dealers
l Laafihaaa. 175 10 1T.3 -..- ............_..-......-.. .--.-"...._ ...SUpt'rvio..r ,

In the Asiatic breeds we find the forfeit )lay lit; 10 16.) W. POTTER..........-...._ ....... President BOYXTOX.1Urn No. 7 Fulton Fish Market NEW YORK.
ii; 10 &.t IOHX B BEACH........... .._.....A. S. LAMOND ,
e cf all domestic fowl and the most July 114 9 lidAnptst A. STRAW'DERMAN.-GEO. L. BRANMNG HEE......... ....... ._?. ..In trnnorUUs.
quilt ia habit Slowness in motion and 52 8 6.1 E0. S. AD VMS......?....CARLSC HKKUNKK PIERCE_._.tiupervheorP.tLM Special Attention given to the sale of Pompano Spanish

DO deire to roam are the characteristics September. 19 8 2.4 Council: meeting on the 1st and 3d Tuesday in BEACH. Mackerel Blue Fish, Etc. .
October.. 43 7 6.0 each month, at 7:30 p. m. MI- I. DEBOGOHY......instructor
I of temperament u these mammoth November...... 17 8 2.1Iecowber. -- ---- t:. X. DIMICK-._?......SuperrlHorCOLORED. References: l Fulton and Market National Bank, or allY Wholesale Fish
bawls The Langshan i* the niott active .............. 81 8 8-8 .
Directon : Dealer in the United States.

a* wall H the smallest of the three Totals................. 885 S we! County ANNIE D LIGRTBOCRNE..lnstruetor f #Stendli furnished application. 11-18-3m
families cf the Asiatics-Langshan, -- -- JOHN WYSE......_.. .--....._..Superrisor
t Brahma and Cut-bin. The Brahma conies Thus in ten months these hens have COUNTY OFFICERS.A. .

neat and then the quietest of all fowls, averaged about 95 eggs each. Here, as HhlSKR tountj JillsV. ,;.
in larger flocks, some hens have .. Cirru.l t'uurtl'lerl
proved t .ItUI8L.
tbe to date full The
up feathered Cochin. Only Coffee RoastersIn
KO1JT. R. TAILOR ... Prosecutiug Attorney
The much better than others. I am satisfied E. WINCBNBACH.l\Ianager. F. M. BURST Treasurer
LAnRtfhan. as the most active CHII.I.INGWOltTH1..r.Jf
Asiatic ha tbe fullest that one old hen has laid over 140 eggs I.1.1.(. HAICHT.. ..Ta x Aw..r
development of thus far. She is the first J. HAKUr.K: .Tax ollei'tor the State.J. .
win**-in fact it is a good flier for BO one to begin J. t'. LAMOVD... __ .TreasurerF'RANKIRNSHEEN.
this winter and we are satisfied that ..
large a fowl and while doing exceedingly Siineyor FLORIDA MACHINE WORKS.Iron
our first laying pullet is her daughter Z. T. MKKK1TT ...SupU Public Instruction
well in confinement requires a D. & R. D. GRETHER .
pretty bib fence to restrain it. Then She is a big, clumsy bird, with a wry COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.

is really not much difference between tail In buying live hens in the marketI X. W. I'ITTS.I'hairman ... .Lake' Worth JacksonTilla, Florida.
would select such bird H. W. L.\ISIJ.Urf. Palm Beach _.
never a from and Brass
the Lanlt ban and tbe Plymouth Rock \V.J.bllrt\E .. Cocoanut Grove Castings.
iu habit and in the distance it will her appearance alone yet she is the E. U WHITE .Lemon City CHOICE TEAS,
go best layer on the farm. This is tbe best W. S. TA\CRt;.......................... .Kobe Sound PURE ) OUR
Il from tbe farm buildings to The SPICES y
roam. General and Done.
illustration we have had of the superiority Comiiji.bKint'rs meet in regular session on FRUIT EXTRACTS J SPECIALTIES Repairing Promptly Accurately
larger: wing of theLangohan gives it a the first Wednesday in each month.COGN7YSCHOOL .
of home bred stock from the best
greater treat development than have Iron Building Columns Sash Weights and Grate Bars a Specialty Shafting
z tbe other Asiatic Remember this fact laying fowls. Hens vary more than BOARD. Paper paper bags, butter dishes, twine Pulleys, Hangers and Boxes In Stock. Saw Mandrels of all Sizes Furnished.
most people realize both in the number and other sundries.All .
-if yon want a fowl with plenty oft of will the Z. T. MfcRRITT............................Lemon CityMEMBERS
eggs they lay during year Coffee Roasted After Receipt of Order. SUGAR MILLS --

and in their ability to mature quicklyand J W. JACK-OX.l OP'hairuian.t'oooanut SCHOOL BOARD Orove 10-21-97 I _

t \'. .............. .... .. .
recover rapidly from their molt. \ 1,1YlDMIYER I I ? JupiterJ. -- ------ Office and Shops at End of Viaduct in Riverside.
Some hens W. Ctnl 1'OCK.-............West Palm Beach I.
seem to be best fitted by

I.III. nature for producing eggs in cold FLORIDA LEGISLATURE SEEDS Ie>-2I"97 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.

weather. They are good specimens to KFMBEJH FROM DADE COCNTT. ...

- breed from. -Hope Farm Notes ia E: N. I'I IICK. Palm Beach..................Senator
. Rural New Yorker. K. B, POTTKK. W Palm. Beach, Representative Fresh, New Crop, Reliable.

l 'r Y State Directory-- 0. W. WEYBREOHT

GIVE THEM LIGHT. Varieties best adapted to Florida.

-- Special Attention given to the ,

Importance of Doable Windows For EXECUTIVE DEPARWEXJ.V. East Coast Trade Dealer in Hardware ,
Winter IIcuhoiuwH.
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It is a lack: of light during the short i). BI.OXHM.. GovernorJN.llIkAWFIIRl Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.L. Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter, Mind Paints

.. days of winter quite as much as cold > .tieeretsryofState
,- N M. 11. KhYM'LliS. . _Comptroller CAMERON.
c; % that prevents hens from laying at this JVME uillTFIELD .. TreasurerVM.B.L.tM.1R. Tin Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
season. While it is impassible to make [ .... Attorney General Tbe Pioneer Seedsman of Florida. ,
PAra or BLACK LAKGSBAKB. W. .N. Sill \TS _.. bupt. Public luatrurtion 11-197 JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.I. .
the days longer it is a comparatively easy L. n. WO I HWFLL ('0111. Afrrlculture1K1CK
breast neat you ran only find it on one matter to make use of all the daylight P.\ 1I0r TuX.jjuiliot GeneralW Dealer in Pumps Pipe Fittings and General Plumbing Supplies Tic Ware Agate

R which ha great wing development and there is by having plenty of windows. H. MILTON inters, JR.at Tallahassee.. Survevor-Goneral, Florida. Ware and House Furnishings of Every Kind.

ties the wing. The long continued But these, it is complained let in the ----- -
breeding of fowl. in confinement with U. S. ShSATORS. B.Massa
cold however closely the sashes be .
low roosts and little ue wade of the fitted. Glass is an excellent: conductorof S. R. MALLORV .... Monticello!VtiitolaC.
wings malt in time modify the breast
heat while wood conducts it very .
---- -
, and body shape of such fowls for 4
poorly. Hence there are far too few
S. LOXGRESS31LX.UOBT Estimates for Work and Material. One or both promptly
muarle nnnaed will in
time become ru windows in heuhuu&es, and iu cold
.. .
W. D.\\'IS PalatkaS.
dimentary. weather what there are have been so SPAKKMAN M . Tampa & Bro. FUtn ili-l. 1-31-tf.

The Black Laogsban in perhaps by obscured by front from tbe moisture WEST PALM: -BEA OH. FLORTDA.

r reaion of lea more active habit tbe best frozen against their panes that they afford SUPREME t UlittT JUDGES.M. .

)$ farm fowl of the Asiatics. They are little light. So the fowls on H. ..
mope MABUV. PlicfJusttee! Jacksonville Fla. -- -- ----- --- --
Teryflar looking fowls. The cocks are their roots when a cold day comes instead CARTER Av*.'i .i<< .liistirc ,

very attractive. of keeping themselves warm by It F T.\\"t.lllt. .. "
Florida East Coast
_. Ry.
The Light Brahma the ---- -
are largest being up Mid around, as healthy fowls
ef the clans and for many years have should do. No wonder thefoAls become R. R. COMMISSIONERS.{ COMMISSION{ ElCH1 t: NTS.
eagrokMd the love and of mJm CAKJ. VO.IX Of ZT7ZCT: FEBEUAEY I&. 18.
care an
army fat under such
too to lay treatment R. II. M. UVniisOX.Quincy. Flit Charnau: -- -

cf fancier Tbe Light Brahma pulletin The remedy is to give fowls mere II. 1:.. DAY .......... .........................Gainesville
feOCta mom Dawn NORTH BOUND
fcad ) Bead Ipl.
her coming out clothes is extremely light. Slake additional windows aud J. M. BRYAN....... .. ...................Ki-simmee Fruit and Vegetables.
lundriome. The of the breed ia .... ... 1 IAO 78. ..,., ".".'' ... I v 'et; !
beauty put in each double frame or sash with Jt.HX L. NEtl.EY.JK. (lerk Arcadia. fcs, STATIONS. Daily No 71 ,.'0. ':t;. .

in the females. The combination of colors lights. This, if well done, makes! an Headquarter. and offices of the Board at Tal.lahaNSte. Solicited a* o. LT.......Jacksonville .Ar.|1- 'ut'tt's.!-: ..-. : III...s

it very fetching.In I airtight between tbe sashes, which ... Consignments 6 84QaUaoaioes ., if.......Bt. Augustine.... Lv., 635p ...... 11 Wa 2(4k ; u.a
I space { Lv.......&t. AugustineHasting -.... .Ar. 6 iAe: 6 00p ..... ...... ...
Cochins activity is first with the is quite as good a nonconductor of heat -...- : lift* .......... ......... Lv.|..!4p.............. .. ...
Black then the White, the Partridgeand as is wood. No frost will form on a General Directory. rya lfiCk ...... Ar. tka.Li...' 4 Sup 455p) ...... ... ... ..
the Buff. which last is the quietestin .I Honesty and Fair Dealing*' Our Motto. : 9f 06a W ... Lr...PalatkaAr . ....Ar. 8U6p"Lv.pToap' 8 flop....... .
double window
as moisture exhaled : -- -- ..... i2 ...... ..... ....SanMateo... .... 405p706p ...... ...... ...
temperament of all fort Is. The town I by breath cannot reach the outside COURT UALEXDAtt.Seventh Customers Sure to Get Their Money. 8 to S .. LT.... ... San Mateo... ... Ar. 7U ....... ......
and tillage breeder who has but little glass, while the cold \\'muot reach ( Circuit.) 9 ITS* ...... ,y.t Palatka,..' ....L v.'' Ta p 12j, ..... ......
Established in Jacksonville ...... 4t 10* ...... .* .....:...Onnond.......... 3aop 424? ... .......... ......
room and must keep his fowls in close that inside. At least one of these win J.D.RRu.ME. riicuil JUHKr _.. .......w 1 !*P ...... .. .. .....Daytona..Fort .... ...... 1 314 p ..... ....... ......
confinement should turn his attentionto I dows should front to the east, no as to J. I). ItK-.tis St.ttu's Attornet > .... ... ........ Orange. .. SSsp ...... .......
breeds SPItING TEIt [. for Eleven Years. _. ..... .. ......New Smyrna....... S14p847p ....... .......
the Asiatics. These thrive in waken the fowls by sunlight as early as ... .... .... "
I ... ... Oak Hill. .'lap. ..... .......
limited quarters. Oh. what strifes, I possible. After an all night's fast near 1I-c..I.1 County... 1st Monday.. in March.Orange .. Best of References: l'u-.isheJ. _-.1 ...... .. .........TttWIV le.. ....... ZI :: ....... ...... ......
.. 2'! .". .. ...... .. ........City Point......... .e 137p ...... ...... ..... .
what neighborhood bickerings, would I the shortest days in the year fowls will Late .. tlt" 10-31-97 .. .... .. ...........Coooa_......... It lap ....... ......
be avoided if in town and village none be ready for a hearty feeding la the Yblusla 20 h.\.,..tll. .... .... ...Bockledge Junction.. 213p..... ...... .....
I I Hl't'ftrll" Ih" ...... ...... ...... ...... ....jtockledge Hotels.... lisp ...... ...... ...... :.....
but Brahma and Cochins were bred- morning.-American Cultivator.TO Idle I-t :\1.1011:1aft.' r 4lh Monday -- -- ...... ...... t lap ..... .. .........Ban: Gillie... ...... 12a)p ...... ............. ...".
. and all fowls confined! An active I IN April. _.. .... I ......a ..;...?.Melbourne......... 12:::'p 1 Sip ...... ......,......
disturb the of I FALL TERM.ttceulaCUuntyist and ..... ...... ... .. 5 -. ... ........hbstran......... 11 tea .. .... ...... ..... .....
scratching ben can peace PREVENT ROUP. lied (Spanish ...... ...... .. ...... .. ....... M. Lucie.......... 1043a........ ...... ..... .....
, a neighborhood. Flower beds, straw Monday in.. Uctolier.Oran'e ._... ..... >18p4UP e ....... .. .........Yort Pierc..... .. 103t: ...... ......1. .....
I 21l.ikr ._.. ..... .. .. '' '_. '" .. ......... ..Eden... .... 101UlOOria ...... ..... .. ...
berry bedgardenseverything is destroyed Eternal Vigilance Necwwary-Prevention 4th .. .. ...... ...... ..... .._ _. I ep........ .. ..........Jensen.Jjtuart. .::...... .............. ......
by this scratching vandal. I Better Than Care. .. .* (gancy, _.. ........... T ...... .. ........ ... ....... ... & 1206p........ ......, ...
Tbe Asiatics for \i..r! 2'l Say.. ............ _. T .. .... .......Hebe Sound...... It 9a: ... ... Xo5:!
are not adapted keep- I have been actively connected with Bret T JthIt ...... ..... 7 __ .. ...._ _.West Jupiter. ...... 91Ua ...... ......
ins in large flocks. They do not scatter I \lun.h1\ a'.criliclllj Monday ..... ..... 1 .... Ar."West Palm Beach.._. 8i>: ............ ......
their be. the poultry business for more than a :NoM-nilirr. fcsBi ..... ..... __ ... .....Boyal Poinciana.. 8 2.iaI018aj............. ......
ont; their very size prevents decade says a \\riter in The National in PineappleSlips ....... .._ ...... .... ..I'1iltaBeMehiDD. 8;th ...... ...... ...... ......
iDa kept in great numbers in one flock. : ...... ...... .... __ T {aim Beach Inn. Ar. 815a ...... ...... ....... 815p
A full Cochin Brahma is : fetockiuan; and }Farmer and unhesitatingly U. 5. LAXDOFfirE. .. ..... .S ...... ;.li.oyrJPoinciana.... .. 810u60u ...... ...... ...... SI\II\
grown or a the is ...... ... ... .. ......
wy test way to cure roup .West Palm Beach 8(0&: .. ... 8tA1p
big bird and wvupiea considerable I the foul disoider. Tuat I. M. 1\ItCO .. Itl;:.-.cr i..::::. ...... sill........... ........ ..Iinton.... ... 7ma ..... ...... ...... Slap
The resident to keep clear of X. I'. IXWKIO1IT.. iti-re-\eiDiuit and SuckersFor .... .......... ......J'ortuud..rd&le.. _. S& s........ ............ 4449
ground. town or village is, prevention is practically the only ... at liaiueMilIf Hon.la. .. ..0 sJu .... ......iemon City.. ... 6'ee .................. ..I4WP
who wants fresh eggs fur his own family satisfactory remedy. It is well enoughto "ale, of the rml, me Vai u if uAlibaka 441 ...... .. _... ..Miami. Lv. 825 ...... ... ..
use ran always have th ni if he will : (jH' 1' SIOXA SE R vu'E JJf'l"7. P.iito kictt.tim00ti .
talk about making cures hut most of X*.M Pala Beaeh Limited, southbonnd. St Anrtutue 2:90 p. m., Ormond 4:2t p. m,
keep a dozen lirahnia or Cochin females the so called cures leave the birds all J. \\' i U',NKoli .. 1""I'\'r C'I\t"UII' 4i /p. m. ckledge Hotels S 3K: p. m, Koyal Poinaana 9Jft p. m. Palm Bch
As before said them tig fowls do not I JII, lie,. I PL III.
broken uii constitutionally and practi- "" rvdloi\ ii M.norr K_y:>tiai. 11 >-' n. 18 Palm IIeMIt LAB>inorthboud.lv. Palm Beach Inn Z:30 p. m.. Boyal Poindaaa

hatter much. Feed them aud they ,; cally woithlet'S. When 1 first began to Ripley Queen, G \In*'ji Queen =p.t....Roekieddp JoaIa ec>>p.> m., Daytona 8;Au p. m. Ormond ce po Ia.; arrive at .,t.U .
will pick it np quickly! and go to sun. LIMIT HOUSE ...EKVUE. 10p.m.
I keep fow Is, roup was a terrible trouble Wldl" .\ntj: n' .
Bug themselves to me, but lately we do not have to Liiit house :.t Jupiter In1<'I..I.UItS 1CaeTas1 Now e.n.-1I Owes Crrr JCSCB. Trains do not stop at statical whew
Ia these breed are the greatest of all : A AUMOfK 1.loI'rJ. Pt'rn..I..n. STATIONS.KpLv. No.-:. 4. time is not shown.
much about the disorder, and e. JO. ,
< Trains ,all and
worry I 32,85 Dally.
A. W t:I.LS. I I-I \ 1-t,1 tv.ville.Early : .
winter layers but to get the eggs the I this I think, is the experience of the J. .'\. TiXK.: : J.I ..i.i.iniHM'RH'T ..7..Sew Smyrna..Ar.\ Xa) 'j' cop Trains a,25, 36, 88, $ 74. W and 18
hens most be form to eitrciae. This is .illlvcrv ran !.. nia-l art ..f the Ibp ...lake a.I..LY lOSla 5 Sup Duly except Sunday
majority cf poultry kr.pl'l:!. A beginneris --- fruit trout this "'("nlallnu h'ill::; Ix-cn picked a 42u1 j6p"! 10 Ida'!, 5 *p Tram 37 daily except Monday.
th. way to do it: Litter the feeding : almost sure to get a good taste of roup SCHOOLS. last m".t b. .\i|>lyto WpAr.. .iiOranSatri"-- 1006a, $ 0up Trains 36 iff and 96 are composed

roum or yard I foot deep the best material the first fall and winter in which he clusively of Pullman Can.
... G.C.MATTMAMS.: Buffett Parlor Can on Trams 23. SB, 74
being cut t"Ornlltillk Throw the practices poultry culture. It is so easy Ufniubt9millm _I: EsUraa and 0ranIt Qty and 78Traus.
whole gram in this litttr and the hen 1 doors and wiudows r.KMON'i( ITV. Florida Pineapple Company, daily 83 and 19 are composed ezclo-
which will for food will dig to neglect closing ''I IS. ':.)I"I"! i.\.\l.D.............................ITUipu! lively of Parlor Can.
not range and totting bmkeu panes of glass, which MISS M. \. \lrU\'X.\u.: .......... ......asriatnut 5 .2197Vet Palm Ut-acli. Fla.
all day for it Tutu with occasional if not done means drafts air upon the t.. I. \\II1TK ..Sui.miil'IT
animal fuid. some vegetates and warm birds while at roost one of the most 'DAM. I

qturu-rs them breeds will give you lots I. K. K1! NVU ..I..-tr...
of existence -t..i.
i prolific sources roup K. I:. . Jfc>rtomnhip CHr ef K>r West of the Florida East! Coast Steamship Company leavesfll3ayritBj
of egg all through the winur. :Foul air is almost as bad as a draft .Snprni w Bargains in Land for Key WIllS oa Kondiyt, Wednesdays and Fridays after arrival of tram from Jack-
The Asiatics ore the rnort vigorous of XCPTf.NS. *.making OGUeetkn at Key West with steamers for Havana. Leave Key West S atk
Have effective ventilation, but not .. (eknilirij tUU)CIa Tuesdays Thursday and Saturdays arriving Miami next muratngNASSAU
< .
Ml .
all fowls. The chicks are the easiest allow toe air to blow upon the roosts. ...... ............. ''' '' ........... !Instructor"lIpt'n.j""r At' 'rem. i- In i I'Z' f ]>r.tfso.i aHj". .,. 1 itluc b IkM toMBMet w.Bona bound train.
rained and the freest from dU-uao of all Feed wisely and be vigilant and thereby a d fruit lands for salr i ..1-tpwards -
.t lots. 't du the xt 60
'l run: ; ; Jw per acre u

poultry A croas of Asiatic blood adds avoid roup., ____ MII.N.V.. \. 11 1IOBBJ. -............ .. .....1.tsrrurl'.r d.,\'-. Th. ->c la.dareontat ..rlh -"lIlh ol
bunhnei-s to any poultry and the Asiatic I i \. AUMul .. Solarveor Laatana.tend, khiiwuathiHvpouxo. garden N. P.e. .
L'"i I-the br-t lauds in the < rent) Tins is a ,
scorched Grain For Den
cn .a is to be 1Mit'D in all our common I Jt'M special offer vegetable an i :,i ,.!h' g-ow.er .
i i' to 1f.-... V. P. Bahama Island, iaawvtMd January 17. 1556. by the Ties
fowls. fed of -
bens large amounts
barnyard Where are \:\\I': .:. o. MfcTCALF: .lu=triui..r Fa.'I'erm-: i-i..ciii .. SteaasVy Company,&8. Uiaai especially built for passenger traffic betwiniAMl ;
Tbe poultry fancier who wishes to i corn newly bulked and not thoroughlydried ; \. E HK\""KU: ...sujnTtixrUi.tM ; mentI" r fiirtht per r p-rtia lent.wr-e.t. enquire nl paj aDd Naeasa

trWd fowl for bhuw, even if he lives their digestive apjaratu4Ieeomes : \. i
in town and has only city buck yard. diMirdertiL! lUis is otter remedied Ly :Mls ':0.\ F IUHtu.: .. ............ '.>-t..... Ji ( ieri, .
ran indulge!>'. tastes and breed wiUUt'I'1i heating the corn to the point uf scorch .i "'iii' iim.r.\ *. 1.\1....' Cocinii'it Grove, Fla.or .... .hbraaw to lUreh Silk Trt-WeexJy, February lath to March ata.
..... YsalT9th to April 12th. [feemi-Wsekly, March Such to April Uto.
If he selects stone one of the Asiatics ing. Hi'Us will eat this scorched corn \\1" iMi.ii Lt irn. \\'. I. MHTC\LK. West Palm Reach

and dots onfttu.k. It is not in the ( and will be Utter I. F IUMi\... i'nnnpal
riot ily
rlal .
quite I I l.rOK\ 1XE ..... .Xv.;sitantI M. B. LM.VN. Lantana, Fla lfsaeTVeTa 1 stew \M tines at whick tning and bo&U may U expected to Iolrift u4 I
camber bred that you pet the mont winners for it ; but portly burned oats where ). 1C 1\1tSIILI. at..nn.e: ,7-at-97 from the sereral gt Uons and port, bat their arrival or departure at the tznivj

but in a proi>er mating and good the hulls are burned oil and only the COLOII.H. hi hot guaranteed,nor does the Company hold iteelf responsible for any delay or any I

care of the growing chicks. A dozen blackened grams: arc left, are even better I K.: .Is)\I-: ..Ia-r.Tli- --- -- ilMMfjl&OG8 Uteofiy of arlsing Coal' tune therefrom.card teen as Pal! West Bay Street,Jacksonville, or address

cauls may txmtaiii more crackajui-ks than scorched corn. This is really D R. IVGEKMJLL........... .. .... ..Stiani.orI.TANt. New Store
than do thousand carelessly bred and teed to heux The &..D.1iLWl'ni. J. D. EARNER
a tho best way to cats '-" Wj Tftmo x-ac- ASK't. Uf a. Passenger Agrj'
csreleWy cared for There are no fowlshnh hulls make tho food more bulky than is XKs. II-U; ; L\ \I '\\ ... 1I..t.r ..Aagtuttnb114
\ t.JEl'T. ... Sine
\ \- rELLJUTT'
can bring more joy to the fan. best; for them a,; their crops are limited New .Goods .:- "

tiers heart than the Asiatic-nuiie, and the light, chaffy grain does \Kltl-..KfcY.JAME.C. In-tructor "- .

when grown to perfection and exhibited not give sufficient nutrition tor the best R. Ii. THOMI'MOX.sniKHIMirBU.LE .

ia Rood health and feather, which attract egg prlXluction.-\mcncan CultivatorAt FLOR.I. .\. few gricesV .

more attention in the showroom. !- KIDNKR .... ............ ......... ..tnructor
Whether your taste in color rests in the the Chit I.t'D Show. k. R. t \Z1ER.............................hnpcniorUlMMYXE. '
\ First-Class
e welcome all our ul Hack and white of the Light Brahma Bow dear to my heart u the: old speckled patrons.andcordidlvinvuestrtng: .

the brilliant luster of the Black Lang rot.terWhit E. I.EK... ln..triif'orr ers t<> visit u-.
shan or Black Cochin the ll putles white h fond recollection brings lack tt my PV.E \\ILsUN.. supm-or Watches Clocks Jewelry and e

U the White Cochin and Langshan tbe %ith view.spur lung and pointed and earring oe CUT LEILADl'1ELIE11MOC ....Optical Goods I,, .F

I Rorgeuns colors of the male of the Partridge u.-nl 'I"r .. Iiii.tru-1-.r ,
Cochin and Dark Brahma the Go ('roIn around till he made the air bine WM: rl'Z/\KI. Sii|>rr\iMir Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing
And when M IU' ..lrong Faster would come to Neatly and Satisfactorily Done. i r
delicate bewitching penciling of the do battle \III1.VD JOB WORK r

females of tht'1I81a"t mentioned breeds, Bow quick would the old chap get up on bob \ r. MbKUITT .... ....?.............Priniim'IXI. 'Inly Optician* in the City Eye tested .
t \ \I \N\ .....AwlMMOt free. b> litr-t approved method- The new
cr ou the rich gulden color of the Royal guard'HeMmakt the roostermile I T N. vt'Tini: :..... .................m...:IIpt.f.I..rI -tore will hem t harg o' Prof. !rank Idner 1 [
Buff Cochin which, in iu rounded outlines theeyjUlUof strange uraduateoptidanuf Kn.g's Optical College 4 I,
I "I."U P.i New'torl!
and matchless! coloring, is the And scatter his eaihers all over the yard i IIS! S.L. J\cK'o'l; ..... .. .... liii.tiut< ..r Daily Papers and P i pride of the o\\'room-if you breed The ulJ 'I"i ,'khd rou-ter tho mongrel bred! A LllillTllOlKNK.....Mii>t-r\i'; ..rLEEsMLLE. I '

Asutka, any of them you will never route:. G. W. IDNER & SON,
that the
rtffr t it.-Cultivator and Country; Gsa I 1, The 11U'\1.fifty v1"1 roofer at-rappud Sl'S.\ lu-trurtor iHt Door south Russell & .o.'s Drug Store I At THE SUN Office ;

.... -Nebraska btate JuurtuL P LEt': .. u. uper\tiOr! Seminole Block, Call on UtI 10-21-97 ,

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MARCH IT 18gS.tl' .


i An Editor's View of the East Coast. "Bout the same as 'tis now," answers j jthe

1 :: l2 1rDpi; .I! 1Cte New York Tailoring Co I --- settler; "80. 85, 90 degrees; seldom

From the Detroit Sunday News Triune above 90; always a fine sea breeze in the ri Brotliers'

1I of February 25th. we make the following evening. "You folks North get it hot-

I;' Popular Price Tailors excerpts from a long article by I ter'n we do. Course we get it stiddy, {

WEST PALM BEACH, FLOHJUA. ---- P. C. Baker, managing editor of said paer somehow, we don't mind it. Ours ,

p which will be read with interest by blood gits thinner, and we don't sufferas -

GUY METCALF, Suits to order, $16 aijd $20. our readers resident: as well as our non-resident ty of you skeeters do. Lotsofskeeters at night; but we? Yes keep, plen-'em : f l\ Popular Dry Goods H IG| :

k, EDITOR AND MANAGER. [rouses to order, $4 arjd $5. Southern Florida, which, through the out of the house an' sleep like bricks. + I Jacksonville, Florida .

I'' enterprise and financial liberality of the Then we don't have to work so hard in

I YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION, $2 Standard oil magnate, Henry M. Flag- summer NViuter's our time hustling. + f( The Leading Dry Goods II

Samples and Measuring Blanks lee has been opened np to settlement No use growing vegetables when folks i

sent,'by mail. down to Miami, on Biscayne Bay, 366 up North are working so hard raising'

miles south of Jacksonville, is now the tomatoes at IS cents a bushel. We ain't : in the State.

most talked of part of the State. The 15 cent farmers here. No, sir I

+ti frosts of the past three years, xhichhave 'How long since I've seen snow +
t I 17 East Bay Street, so severely damaged the orange An' I don't wantto The Largest Stock, The Newest Stat ) _.
Nigh on to 20 vears.
i-1 of northern r the Lowest Prices. ;. .
groves tnd: vegetable gardens see it for 20 years more. This climate

la.,- ,; JACKSONVILLE FLA. Florida, have sent tens of hundredsto suits me. I'm here to stay." To all whom request we will send sample free of.... '

CHUECHES. this section, in the hope that they There are features of southern Flori ,r NVE PREPAY Express Charges on all _

from the blight which has orders to the amount of $5.00 or ,'," > "
'S.- -. -- may escape da which are of unusual interest to the f over,
Time and Place of Services, Special FUN AND FACTS. fallen on the section along the St. Johnsand sportsman and tourist, but which mustbe when money accompanies the order. ..'1

Notices Week-Day and Sunday has even invaded the Indian river the Few Mail! Order '
1' -- left to a future issue of > The Best Equipped Depa _
Meetings. country. There is a rush for land that
witty Sayings Interspersed With Courier. for and Try it. Your Money Back U Good An X .,
of f Write Samples will be the reach --
'..- Business Bargain prove to beyond --- y'i!

Spissopat S..vleu.trl5UI'lL --- Jack Frost, and the extention of the JUPITER JOTTINGS. -Respectfully- :

Dont forget J. F. OLIVER'S when East Coast line to Miami has opened a -- ... -

, f it : CncarnBethesdabySea.Y you- want Fancy Groceries. great section of country, which is nowbeing Mrs. Jones, with her little son from I COHEN BROTHiH tk'
------ -- ----- -
; :, REV.J. N. MctFORD, Rector. That to think well is wise to plan well settled w iLh fruit growers and West Palm Beach, is visiting; Mrs. C. ;
-V.I-TTS-JAMES HI. DaY,Ass't Stiu1 ter. -
Service every Sunday morniug at II o'clock is wiser but to do well is the widest an i truck fanners trout the upper part of the itching her m .ther.
State. Several colonies of settlers from HOU
& hunch will rue regularly Ju connection,leav best of all. -- -
114 West paiui Reach city dock at 10:30. Fareer -- -.-- _. -- -'-- Michigan, Indiana and other northern )Miss Susan Sanders, the school teacher

the. round trip; 10 cents. Big Avenue stock of Supply fresh Florida Store. eggs at Clematis states are alrendy located between Palm took Miss Joe Clancey down to Man 1 K2HJ7 Jacksonville, Florida. i: f4:
Sut da Sciiool at
$ 3 p. m. Beach and Miami, and landseekersare gonia with her when she went home last
-- -- ---- -
",''''' """"" 'f.
That to stop at good intentions is to eagerly investigating the possibilities week for a visit. -

BuoruicKriuuu OP ST. ANDREW.-Meet* on Fail, to carry them out is to succeed. of the whole region. :S :i-
Ino Second and Fourth Wednesday of each --- -- 8th Raee or P. I. T. C. I Ntw York t:
RAISING PINEAPPLES.The : Half a dozen of the Jupiter young people II
Watch and
i cntn.. F. HIXDSY,Director. jewelry ropdirng by firs I
: W. 1:. AKMSIXO.NG, Jay Sttrelary.i class workmen, and guaranteed, at cultivation of pineapples, whichis had an "oyster roast" out on the I The potato mask U a.m

i ---. Idner & Son's. carried on to some extent on the Wl'StCoa.t beach last Thursday evening. The The eight race of the Pelican Island tion that about one-ha9 _

I ,.. E. Chuveb, South. That--if-honesty--demands----a shonegrocery --- is becoming an extensive industry oysters tasted delicious, and they say Yacht Club was sailed in a good stiff I and dealers do not cadet i :

M Services trill! be held in the Knights of Pjlh5ji bill, then shorten it. on the East Coast. Beginning at a they had a jol.y time. wind from the ENE Friday afternoon other half continue to wddtfe'fc: "

j'I. -- -- point about half way between Jacksonville -- over the Club course.A I
Hall on the First.Third and Fourth Sundav as they declare they cut
Pine Apple Covering,-If you content and Miami at Eden and Saturday, an elaborate dinner was ladies and j j
each tnnir.h lit u a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Ever Jensen great many gentlemenwere
plate a car on transaction it
write any _
for EL
covering pines
<.=ccordlill7 invited to attend. "I was glad your us particularly, extensive fields of this fruit served at Harry DuBois' bachelor ball the wharf to witness the }x
prices on lumber lath and wire. Can on races, each firm remains ia tie ;
I rriicn they raid uuto me. let us go into the house in honor of)Irs. Tancre. the Misses Fen- Sf- J
furnish promptly and cheap.-G. F. can be seen from the car windows at i intervals and Mr. James Clarke with a party
belief that his
of the I.od. Riv.J. U.WiLKEH, Pastor neighbor wffiyj
Paddison & Co., Eaa Gallic, Fla. all the way down to the terminus I ton, Sanders, Carlin, Bertha and Hester aboard Lis yacht Providencia were an-
I 2 10 row St of the i Tancre and Messrs. Rob Packard Chas. and stop ordering rhea, eg -"
railway. It true that the chored just off the starting point. Time
Evecliig Star Lodge, NO. 46, market a chance to.wn:
a : frost of Carlin and William Tancre. ;
last this
That, possibly. one way to prevent January 3d touched was as follows:

i Knights' of Pythias fish from smelling would be to cut off product somewhat, but the hearts of the margin. I ;-,";\i'
MecUcwty KilJay t7TOp.m.standaribie. < Miss Kate Armour and J. A. Wells, 1ST CLASS. Tomatoes are scarce tat i
the nose of the fish. plants were uninjured and an immense .!
1 1t 'I Visiting tm
Caster Hall over Public school Building, For Airy Rooms, Clean Beds and a.. Juno Monday to be made "one." All Siren 3 9 1!> 4 10 1'J 1 01 00 years The many late frab Fft q
The profits of pineapple growing, it is
J. A. PrcHac. Good Table, lie sure to stop at the New i Martha 3 9 32i 07 06 0 57 34 fur '
.' their relations and several friends responsible : ;
.t..Wnni: e-aK.ofR.&S. 2-4- i all ZapfIanager'l them. We all extend can torn hoes have beet II *j
Open the year. and with proper care, such as will keepa our 2ND CLASS. .
) -- -- --- ------ of good wishes for their future happiness. for weeks but the quH.'J'i.
J HVPOLCXO HAPPENINGS. That when a man lives oa ox-tail soup portion the plants fruiting at differ Xarrue 3 08 07 4 13 28 1 05 21

J and picketed pigs feet he is ent seasons, a grower may be able to ---- Gadabout 3 07 35 4 17 35 1 10 00 to the Florila product ul pi" _'

j J, W. Dunn ;shioping; '; toma'oes. to extremities. surely reduced make fruit from his plants every month Almost all our citizens turned out Saturday Ariel 3 07 29 4 19 ItS 1114 7 correspondingly lower tbi
-- -
I 1 in the ear. and therefore secure bettersrices afternoon to have their pictures The course was about two miles long for the latter Jtock.-F ? ,
Capt. W. H. Moses is shipping tom- have your Spring suit Liade now, be- for taken in +N
that of
::1 I toes. fore war is declared-SIRKIX, THE portion it maturing in a large, old tree artistically and was sailed over twice. In the second I

__ __ TAYLOR. the earlyfall and winter. Ten thousand overgrown with ferns and mosses. After class the Ariel was given a handicap i HOTEL Kff :

I Capt. C. W. Pierce was here Monday -. -- plants to the acre is the rule, and they they had all climbed up or bad been of one minute a m'le, and she fin

with a new sail on his boat.J. That, by act of the Colorado, legislature begin;: to bear fruit 18 months from the lifted up in the branches, the tree looked ished with time allowance only n.'a1a :.0-
women can join the militia in ] twenty Miss J McClue, Miss A J rat
------ that still
time they are set out. Although this 1 industry : more artistically decorated.Last six seconds behind the Narene.
W. Porter spent last Saturday in State ken
: ; in its N Y; Henry XtriaXaf 2
is infancy in southern Florida
:1 West Palm Beach business. -- --- - The next race will be sailed Friday,
on -- --- -
: ball Mt Vernon W*
N Y [
great is being made in ul- ; j
Rough Lumber ; progress c
t. Cheap.few car Wednesday, while Mr. Starritt, March 25th at two p. m. .
I loads c.-ii stick at mill at Gifford. Will tivation. Jos N Crenshaw, Jacksii&fcMrsCLNoppco : ;
Commission men and solicitors are hardware drummer,! and Charles Carlin ... .
bes>od: low.-G. F. Paddison Greca&lj8
still plentiful. They are daily callers. I Co Hau Gallic Fla. I Orange growing has not been given a were sailing up Hobe Sound a puff of '
if Roads Between
2 lo : the Farms. A
great deal of attention in this section wind ..,.. .... ._ J Ingraham, Newark; Cello
--- -- -- ----- -- so can.-ht.. thpir ""il. ,-I .... .. :....... .L.
--- --- --- -- ----- -- w aU.
Beans have been shipped in large That, in Florida, women can fight Far, but there are quite a number of boat. Both got out all right, but one of We --- ( let, New York; C E Wakddtlt
have been
iaantities for the past two weeks and without any act of the legislature.Hay promising young groves. If these experiments Mr. Starritt's valises went to join MeGmty. so busy annihilating ter. 3lassll'J; J Aides. St AJjsjk ;-'
till they ------ continental distances, binding seas together F Higgins H >
go. Jacksonville; l3jiHobe
;atisfactory there little
provt is Charles
grain, feed and cotton seed meal, Carlin has been up al and spanning nations
at Clematis Avenue doubt that thousands ot acres will be that we Sound; M L HoowATtine
Store most
,,} J. Brown began digging potatoes last Supply every dafishi g and diving for have left our neighborhoods/ isolated
NV F Mnse }
planted in the near future. ; JacksooTSql
it "but he "
week. The quality is good and the That some people keep their clocksan seen it since. from each other, our farms lonely, and sham NV
i All kinds of tropical plants can be T McKcon St Asps*):

quantity is excellent. hour fast so as to be able to get up grown in this section of the State. Bananas our families at the mercy of every bandof Williams. Baltimore; H W kna!

by sunrise. Last Sunday W. S. Tancre, accompanied tramps that invades the State
The Brown Brothers from --- thrive fairly well, while limes are sooville; B G Wells Jttpie k
the --
had a pleasant trip to Palm Scotiifarm $15.00 cashAill be paid for two-good bound to grow in popular favor and be.COUll' by his wife, went down to West Palm need country roads. aid the same policy Mor. Jacksonville; J A W1 Cit
Beach Beach
to attend
I f last Saturday on a sail boat. sized bearing orange tre -s. AddressL. one of the most profitable of fruitsin the Commissioners' which mad the State draw on the future fro)', Jas Knowle, St AIpr1
LEAMLVG. meeting. The next day Mrs. Tancrewas to give us railroads
j the near future. The people of the between the Benson, Portland; Goe F Lesp

Some of the lumber is being brought t _333t Box_ _132_,_n City._ North know but little of this juicy little and joined by her little daughter, Hester, towns now demands that the counties era. New York B 0 Sudy ai

ashore off the Lofthus but owing to high That the best times are always when substitute for lemons, but as soon as her cousin, Miss Mable Fenton, give us roads between the farms. No phia; Monroe D Block, 31ek !
t mind, muscle and monev pull While there they were the guests of J. money need be wasted,and what is '
water and heavy sea, progress is slow. --- -- _together._ __ they become better acquainted with I B. Beach. spent I' Corrodi, Ted Kinnoe, Job N
n Tuesday dined with
-- Boat building done right at home, 1 them there will lean enormous demand, Royal Poinciana they at the honesty and judgement will come Chas. Scbench, Columbus 111 .

A. W. Garnett has been shipping tomatoes the most approved manner, good workmanship nand consequently a rich harvest for fruit 'I and \Vednasday they back an hundred fold. Put the tramp Notw.lk. Ohio; L F Wcs-..

again and will continue to ship and at living prices. Call on growers in this territory. Grapefruitand came up home on the St. Augustine. A and the convict to work, and, where it Weaver La Porte. Ind.ScmlaoUEsbL.
Capt. A. T. Rose. good time -
ti s t until June if no providential hindrance -- guavas, too, may be grown successfully was reported. is necessary, let our credit do the rest .... -

occurs. -_ That sometimes a man is accused of while strawberries are sure to be ---, But give us roads -7Y/* .(/,,w0 aaJ I

iJ Mr. Caton, recently of having a wicked heart when all that ails a good crop on the muck lands. Profit In Sugar Cane Citizen.The I J A Carnther R XcE5lif.
1 Pompano has -- -.- JMcNVain
him is a torpid liver. 3B BOYXTOS'S -- --
} PLANTATION.Among : .
accepted a position with! A. W. Garnett, Crow Orchestra AJ Hugnb.StAL
Now has
that the cold Disbanded.All .
those from wave has
on the Kenton farm for the shipping Finest yam sweet potatoes at Clematis the North who are upset our --- Tbrasbu Jacksonville; Emil J
season. Avenue satisfied that there is a future for calculations to a greater or less extent
Supply Store. great U'
along it has been Ne* York; W II Taylor, el},
it is the
--- a good time to cry "the
---- locating here is again call
--- .
M. Carroll That gymnastics sometimes Maj. Bojnton, attentionto crows must the town G Graham and son, Miami ...**,
I 3 J has returned to Ilyno may be of Port Huion, the granddaddy of the the sugar cane business and the mon go must be rid o f
Into after a two year's vacatiou in positively religious. ev that the crow musician." But how that Moorbead and wife, CJnt1 & g
\ XarcOOst'e Maccabees Michigan, and late can be made in it in this was
--- county herr
-- mayorr
and is -- ---- --- the question. Mr. Whilldin Green, Providence; II Li>det
stopping with his '
parents No need to send away trom home fo of the Tunnel City. He has so much soon solved I

I and will probably stay until June. any boats when Capt. A. T. Rose can faith in the muck lands of southern I, An example just comes to hand which the problem. He procured Mayor La- Mrs E Mary Lu.l1o\ll'StwtllU
build you one as fine or as cheap mond's authority to Frank M Baker, Mi- All $f
as illustrates ;
yon Florida that he has invested in 600 exactly the point. Mr. A. powder and
i R. NVilford Porter Sundayed here with want. See him, and place your order I along the canal which acresIviug Potter has just finished C. shot and then offered five cents ahead for OS 'l'goIrs G 11 MASSet nCS.sJ:
-- connects superintending
his brother. If he could come oftenerand That death I crows doses Miss Maxwell. LI ilX c.rtl
is the the Daily of hot
great union terminal l Lake Worth with Biscayne Bay. This making up the cane shot settled
stay longer he would soon convince !station. artificial Mr. L X. grown by I the business; anti now its farewell Hake and .,(fC'R *'bnttr, A W**I -
Ilpkin at his
] Mr
waterway is nearly 45 miles i in place a few 1i
Jim of the Pros
disadvantages of ----- wife Dr Gailbsd 11t;-
/ being a ---- miles and Mrs T
Sen-l iur length, and was dredged west of this city and .
bacbe'or.Our Butteries Pattern Shirts to by a company finds that -- -
I __ ,
__ Thomas
Mrs 31. Macdonald, Agent, Jackson, which received its pay in the valuable there are 570 !gallons of fine syrup and The I 1 New York Gtor1fl
tomato and I viaFla.. two barrels of steamer Katie arrived from Miss Mary R Oyster, MirfMNVashington. I r.tf
king master of the lands which was drained by means of crude sugar made from Bay last night.Several up the ..

Scotia farm, made a shipment of beans That some men are so stisgv thetever the cause.Y the cane which grew on Ih acres opine f ___ : II NV Ford and .

last week of sixty-five crates and ye cor- even entertain an idea. The major has been complimented by land Now here is 5285.00 worth U. & vessels have passed soot ristown; Chas H Law. Mu Mtih

I i pondent's f.ngers are jet sure from -- -- -- the Bait; Coast Railway Co., which of syrup at 50 cents a gallon and add the this past week __ and child Cincinnati; nOt C W
W.U11 TO PCRCH\SE FLORIDA andand wife, Mr J B ltrnhtttsl 'i
packing same. has named sugar and we" have
4 _. __ Pivieu'iv.-l'rrsonsowning Firms or a settlement 12 miles below $300.00 as the yield R. Lee Lcffman and wife left Miles, Pittsburg; II II Brfc*. JJ
I ,'"' A show will be given here by Prof. 1I.in1t'l ly-iies, send full description and Palm Beach after the scrappy mayor of of this small piece of ground. Now if of the week for Jacksonville the first wife, Philatlelpria. JamrtTaJUWI ..

! Berk, of Boynton nest Saturday night. pncrtu j. V. Bond, Bus 181, Da)-ion, Port Huron. "Boyntou" is the center f lOO or even one half that amount can man having been friend Luff- >avid Talu. Mr M. A. GstvK 1

t' As the Oi.ic of a tract of land which is an A be made per acre off of cane promoted to ,the position ington; NV A Sourer Chas PR"
has I pineapple why in
programme of
not been the
I I. ar- That -- but <>n Us western side world is it that our farmers agent of the F. E. C. Ry. at Thomas, Columbus; Mil ScIIJ.J! ,
ranged we defer until next week the }OU should always, forgive your and a deposit are so slow South Jacksonville. His cinnati, Tbos Golden, Net
; particulars of same. I enemy if_he is too big to whip. of muck, or vegetable fiber three to take hold of it? filled by F. W. place here i i' Yancy, facksonville. Cllarks >J
feet hick, a mile wide and Here is a crop which Bright, a former resident Pennsylvania
I Have you seen the white and blue reaching for can be grown by of the NVest Coast. ; J jFOR \\'ll1WD"
The lumber yard on Fair View Point I mat \' miles m a southerly direction. any farmer and there is always =--
canvas shoes de-
1 going! now a> $-1.25 at SIR- a -- -
I owned and managed by Wesley Griffith, KIN'S BAZAAR ? There is quite a settlement in the neigh-; mand for the product at fair\ prices. The st-

I is almost completely bare of lumber, -'-'- I I' hood of Bonton, composed of people This crop can be made and harvested gustine have amcrs St. Sebastian and St. Au- SALE

If a new supply is not brought in soothe n There were forty deaths from consumption who had but little capital to start before the freezes come on and all will to this time made their regular trips up

t people will have to place their or. in Philadelphia last week. with. It baa been a hard struggle forthenl admit that this is a point in its favor. and have without any serious delays One of the Fine S M* fl I

1 'j ders el'ewuere.A doctors have reached the conclusion Tht'I I the past three years, but there i is Get down to a sugar basis as quickly as passengers brought and down a full load of Winter Residence very on Lake "'"**'

I1 i; consumption is a contagious disease. not one of them but is satisfied with the possible.-Bartow Conner Informant. considerable freight
A wave of prosperity seems to have that it could be largely diminished if present outlook. -.- every trip and a full list of passengers Containing 20 Acres of U5

ing hit our town.down Packing houses are be not eradicated, by proper prevenlati'emeasures. I'row Linton down Miami, 40 miles, An interesting relic of ye olden on their return trip up. with frontage to Lake and ()cctL 0
pulled and
f I I also greater ones built, Had there ::tern forty deaths all along the drainage canal there are is on exhibition at the Royal days Lake front has been tmpfO' plaid .JI
new ours are being erected Poinciana In
and from jellow fever in Philadelphia last evidences that the muck lands market today be
I i{ additions are being Pharmacy. It is an old clock can : found summer out and ptanteGrass riik
are being nude ; the
and !
f ; fromevery n relcthe, city would have ken instate a appreciated; and that the pineannle I II rty of Mr. T. Tintnn. .. Rpp.A .t...._. _prop. squashes, snap beans, tomato:. ?-..... _e.
house appearance will at present every packing -I of consternation. Consumption is I|I ridges; are regarded as very valuable prising and popular agent-----f of- enter. potatoes, sweet peas, carrots---lettuce.- Coconnut. ..,.

be filled 10 its utmost ca a more deadly malady than yellow fe- I! property. Lemon City and the surrounding dian River and Lake Worth the In- cabbage and numerous other spring Lemon, Cinifie Print' '

pacity.have far The OUOOK.! is now that we will \'er.Sa'annah't''t'x I;, country is one great truck line. The clock was brought Steamer and garden truck that our vegetables Lime Trees Piurnpp1under *' ,
by the lar.e t to Amen north-
:> crop ever raised I I term, ern friends
here. When the dust almost to the corporation limits of ca in 176. by a Mr. may raise on their I fIfJI.1'I
1 I is on counters and ': Miami City. Larimer, one of the tile soil more fer- cover and an endle
t h ;I the cobwebs on the shell', and there Is no The in this district heroes of the Revolutionary war, a time as soon as the frost gets out ot it. I Flowering Shrubs Trees and to**
:, Speaking fi-hill)! at Palm Beach I one in the store but your own disheartened nomenal, when is phe- when there was not a town, village -- There is an Excellent it'

Maj. Chas. Miller, of Franklin, Pa.. self; and jour stuck is getting shelf- one considers that there or citywest of the Allegheny Max Sirkin will leave
I was no railroad in this of Mountains for Sanford on the proP'=rt}', with eliet1
I went fishing at II a. m. Tuesda, and worn, and everything looks stale, and part Florida This old time-piece is one of the Monday. going there Wr
tall as
twoears ago, and therefore the a delegate to race the whole ot the
before luncheon, 1:30 p. w., caught elev. bills enough due no methodof right kind, so rarely Grand Lode
are coming to I.
; I ; make a seen these davf O. O. F.
sending fruit from protected bull SWOt t'I
or vegetables Lake by a well :
en hundred pounds of fish, to-wit: One banker pale. Oh then's the time a market. save in historical collections\ Worth Lodge XO.43It
i felj j I The settlers had faith in the 'I or when the is to be hoped Altogether. this propertythe f.IfII' ;
shark feet j i handed dow boss ,
9h long weighing 400 1 low is a-feeling kinder blue, and is enterprise n as family heirlooms goat trainers *

t puz-i i i of Henry M. It he will desirabl *
I Flagler and is I most
pounds; one "Jew" fish, weighing 700 zled with the thought of the proper thing ,, invaded the j well worth a'isit to the there will treat him up r plated
to do. In such a situation but one lands in advance of the railroad. I this pharmacy to with well, handle him i Coast of Florida and i renoa bj
Total remedy
i pounds. loo pounds of fish, and see interesting old care and
I applies, if you want to get the cus. "How about the climate in i relic, a placard send him on his way rejOicing. :j can be offered taD immediate t P*-
I -
3 fishing was not very good, either. sum- being hung on its face From I
I tomers you've got to !> :.-Ex. j i mar:" asks the northern tourist I: points ot its ancient giving salient Jacksonville and Sanford he will xo to', er. For full particular. apply "
history. Atlanta
011 busint'lS before G. MatthanAJ.
f returning home i C. .....
t, 3'3-3t West ?*:*

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