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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 24, 1898
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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PERSONAL. PICKINGS. hey will come again' nextseason"' and HERE AND THERE. COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE: a few ,crates of tomatoes, saying nothing TOWN TOPICS. :-

stay longer. t'- -* .- < "VWin. ;: ,. of a goodly number of barrels of cabbage .
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.hspls as They Cam aad G.-People Ten M. Bennett, ticket agent at the Scraps of News About. This and That and Interesting Items Gathered by Our Scribes and potatoes and other vegetables. Local Happenings From .Oar Kate Bwk"and

Uiy ar May lit tasty Royal ''Palms Miami, spent Saturdayover 1-; Throughout the County. From- Other- Sosrcta
at Palm Beach. Things..1TrunksValisesAnthony's. Never in the history of our truck farming -

Depsty.Sfceriff Y. F. Cray"of Miami,' : m LUFTOX LOCALS. in this section has tomato vines Ladies' Hose at Anthony's. : *

was t visitor in town a. day'or two last_ CommodoJeClark"lefnvitb a party of f .... .. grown as luxuriant and rapid as for the ,. ; \
week. friends on his"steam yacht Alma Tuesday Fly time is coming-ducks and tour Fi Dewey was here Tuesday prospect- past two weeks; the rains we had 'two Order your Easter Suit from Anthony
ists will north and horse flies her ,
for a trip the country. fly *
up ingj weeks ago with the ideal Florida sun- Bros. '.
J. W. Erickson, Deputy Sheriff, of
\ Elegant Line of Summer Shoes and shine account for it. .
Miami,spent Monday: and' Tuesday of Mrs. Will/Whidden took a run downto Clothing at Anthony's. W. S. Clow and nephew E. Clow, The bank people have improved the

tads week In this city: Linton yesterday to visit some of her were here Friday, looking at the pine- Mr. Coody reports work on the Lof- street alongside their lot by setting" out
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many friends in that vicinity.Dr. 'The British warship Cordelia, after a ,apples.Mr.;t thus at a standstill for the time being; rubber trees all along the, Olive. street. .
Attorney W. I.Metcalf made a short front. .
several days visit here, left Saturday for and Mrs: S. S. Limon paid Boynton however, there has been about 6,000 _
Tilt to Mlal on legal business. the ..Ut A..V Lansing, a former residentof
ter the Bermudas, but will make a short a visit Thursday. feet'of lumber: taken off and brought J. C. Lauther is still further improving
part of last week. 'i 'this city, was looking around town 1
visit at St. Augustine en route. I f i across the beach ridge and. .loaded on a his corner property by putting in a large
the
if
Tuesday to he recognized
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still
see :
t'Ca J. Ellenwood and J. Nicholls wentto lighter in Lake Worth.
t. W. P., and Miss Alice Belle place cold storage cellar under the. main
I _____ Of all the states in the Union, New Boynton Thursday on business. building.
Anastroag left Saturday last fora week'sCessty
Wit scat ffteedt at FAen. ,& Peterson,of Juno, was in town Mon.. York is the one that has sent the most Ames An article was mentioned in last issue'
secured the services of a first-
... day on his way to Hypoluxo to help I visitors here so far this season--possibly Chambers accompanted F. Harry concerning I. Hardy shipping beans. Having

Attorney R. R. Taylor.'was pick. and pack vegetables for Capt.Will I because she had the most to send. to West Palm Beach Friday As he is through shipping now, we can class butcher..t..._ my_customers. : can.A" !.dams'be .asnrea >
'" of best service
Jam and in Juno yesterday on legal' bus Moore"- .., ;. give the facts in the case. He shipped LUC oi i *
On account of having to vacate the Allen Tucker and Oscar Lane went to City Market.
iaeat, retarnicg to Miami last evening. 75 crates from 7 quarts of seed planted,
Mesdames Geo. S. Adams and C. C.
premises so the house'can be moved to Boynton Monday to spend a few days.Mel. .
but cannot the net returns he
Houston and their little ones returned we give as Ex-city marshal Ed. S. Graham and
Mrs. Frank owner of the Boston store; make room for improvements, the Park has them all in but would
not mere-
got wife rejoicing over the arrival of a
in are
Monday from their visit to friends Forry, of Lantana, was here
arrived np from Miami MondapIo'spenda Lemon City.. Cottage closed for the season today. 'Thursday, bent on business, we guess. ly remark that we think that a good visitor at their house and it is act a
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few day looking after her interests yield. tourist either, ,but a permanent resident
the F.
The Palm Beach Limited over
Iacre. A. Kirkwood of Lake Worth was a
J. J. F. Berk and Mr. Warrington, of and a pretty, little, new girl at that.
that left here for St Augus-
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visitor in town :Tuesday. He was preparing E. Ry., A trip to the Sandwich Islands and
Mrs. B. of N. Y. is Boynton, paid this burg a visit Wednes : She put in her first appearance' last
Sterry, Albany, and arrived here at
t to.leave, in .a few days for.his tine at 2:30 p. m. day. return the same.evening; for round trip

spen4Is the and of the season'with her home in Chicago. 10 p.m., made its last run for the season tickets, we paid only the pitiful sum of Thursday. ______

son, Fred Sterry, manager at the Royal I last Saturday.A r ( A. Hofman brought some new potatoes two bits; it was there we saw the beauti- One of our city attractions and one
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Na uL i ,: Miss Glace Elliott, ,of Cleveland, 0., board m to town this week that were raisedon ful city of Honolnlo, the magnificent that, loots prettier now than it did earlierin
iMrs. niece of Mrs. Leonard Marvin, is a recent Fayette county (Pensylvania) his farm.
a of millionaires the portraitsof
buildings of
the season is the flower garden
section
S P. Bennett, mother of has adopted this resolution: "Teachersmust
boss R. Cothron, who has been visiting- with'arrival her on the Lake the,summerlS. and will visit not make love while employed by Maj. Boynton and party were here kings and queens!the: parks and ave- Mrs. Geo. W. Idner, on Clematis Ave.,
aunt
a son up in Crescent City, returned home during the board or during school hours. The Wednesday, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. nnes were immense. The artist's dream and, best of all, it is free for any one to
I S. S. Linton. and the muzzled bull dog, and best of all and admire to their heart's. content
; to this place Tuesday.J. Anderson left on yesterday morning's ', violation of this rule will be sufficientcause enter
the natives of the Island picnicking and as long.as they keep "hands off,"
dismissal.
train south, Linton, or one of its for Messrs. Marshall and Tendall
'i came their finger and
feasting on one
P. Burroughs, one of JUt1 prosperous poy :
residents, was in town last Friday lady residentsrather, being the attraction. Last Thursday was St.Jatrick'si jlay in from the Everglades" Monday after.. atndritb1 raw fishes from vessels ,evidently hewn >A-number.of the ladies of the town
His friends,hopelfor his safe re- *hunt.- -
laying in a stuck of supplies andar- turn., "* ?-? _,;.-# ,.- but about the only celebration of the from toopler gum. All this and more met last evening at the Congregational .

' a ranging to get more here in the future. occasion was an entertainment at Lan- Miss Lilly Lane and Miss Effie Tucker happened to us, while Prof. J. W. Berk Church at the close of prayer meeting

r Miss Eva Mathis, o:Macon, Ga., niece ther's Hall that evening for the benefitof went to West Palm"Beach Sunday, the gave a stereopticon entertainment. He and formed a City Park Improvement

Senator Money, of Mississippi, and of J. D. Mathis, of this city, arrived Sunday St. Ann's church. A very pleasant guests of Mrs. W. Whidden. has the best of instruments and is masterof Association. The following officers were

Congressmen Smith and Cummings, of for a visit to her relatives here and time was had and quite a nice sum raisedfor his situation. Everbody was well elected: President Mrs. Maltby; Vice-

New York, on their return trip from is a guest of her aunt, Mrs. M. J. Yare the church. -*. pleased, and thought they had obtained President, Mrs. Whilldin; Secretary,

Cuba, spent Sunday over at the Roy lPoiadanl. borough.Rev. MAXGOXIA MUTTER1XGS. excursion rates to the Islands, and Mrs..Moses; Treasurer, Mrs. Ingewoll.

Tramps has been so scarce here this would like very much to get another Another meeting for further action is
J. N. Field, one of Buffalo's most that the marshal has been una-
season The "Mary B." came in loaded from peep. called for Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clockat
Commissioner of Agriculture I* B. eminent divines and Mrs. Field arrivedat ble to catch enough of them to do what bathe
Jacksonville and unloaded and went out the church. This is a .movement
Wombwell,was investigating the agricultural Palm Beach Tuesday morning and little work was needed on the streets. again. BOYNTON BREEZES. direction. We can make our

possibilities of this section last are pleasantly domiciled at the Royal One or two more will be welcomed by ---..-_ right "a thing of beauty and a joy
little city
week with headquarters over Poinciana. and Jas. McFarlane is putting up a windmill
temporary the marshal who is ready willing to C. W. Pierce and family Sundayed at forever" if we will-let us all take hold
at the Royal Poinciana. give them board and lodging in return for irrigating purposes over on his
left time Island.
Clow who
Arthur some ago Hypoluxo with a wilL
for their labor. East Side place.
to to the Klondike, seems to have :
Capt. Samuel Trott, of the steamship go I Andrew Forrey was at West Palm Beuch At the meeting of the members of the
Miami, which Is owned by and lays all changed his mind on the way, for when The Webster people in Sumpter county The school children are getting readyfor Friday and Saturday. Church after morning

the cables for the Anglo-American' Telegraph last heard from a few days ago he had. a are getting out 5,000 pamphlets tell- their final examinations and closing Congregational unanimous vote of

at the position in Peru. ing all about their favored section. Is exercises, which will take place in two and wife of Linton service Sunday, by
Co. Linton
& Cable was a guest b. S. were i Rev. W. J. Cady, the
and Marion too well I or three weeks. those present,
Palm Beach Ion the first of the week. Ocala county one last week.
up cay asked to remain
John M. Capo late of St. Augustine, known to make an effort in this direc- present incumbent, was

A. R. Whitney who is stopping over J for[ 25 years in the butchering business, tion?Ocala Star. It would do West sown Geo. W. Sears finished hauling wood W. A. H. Hobbs, of Linton school, another year, ibis action having been After
: to the laundry in town Saturday the committee.
1 has been engaged by Geo. S. Adams reccommended by
to landa Beach and Dade County some
Poinciana managed Palm
at the Royal ind this week he is hauling to theLake was here Saturday figuring. the most of the congregation .
75 pound amber jack up at the Inlet ;and can now be found behind the couu- good to do a little something in this line For Capt. U. D. Hendrickson. adjournment, the committeeto

last Friday and had the pleasure of t ter at the City Market.A also. W. A. Chase and Adolph Freedlund accompanied where Mr.
door
down and showing it to his took a sailing trip to Palm Beach Sunday the parsonage next ,
bringing it A. Kirkwood who has
last Maj.
special went down the road yesterday Pat. Lennon brought to this office J. spentthe Cady was duly notified. He acceptedand
friends. stem of tobacco, the leaves on winter at his place on the East Side, appropriate
a few
on which was said to be the great Friday after making a very

Jack Davis, who has been fishing for railroad triumvirate, Flagler, Plant and which were nearly two feet long and a just above Lake Worth, left this morning It is said one of our youug men does remarks, an informal reception was

Reynolds & Hull this winter, left for Duval. Some particular transportation foot broad and, apparently, of fine qual- for his Chicago home, taking the utmore.know the way home after dark any held. The church and pastor are to be

his home up at Alicia last Saturday. He 1 business must be on the tapis. ity. The tobacco is some he raised with best wishes of his friends and also some congratulated on their action.

this winter's catch as not as but little care or attention, on his East trophies and souvenirs of his this sea.
reports Mart Hardee, of Eden, is here in the
good as last winters-only about two- Robt. J. Whaley, President of the Cit. Side place just above Lake Worth. With son's sojourn along with him to still further interest of a New York commission Services next Sunday at the Congregational -

thirds to three-fourths as big. izen's National and Saving Bank, of proper care he can raise as good tobaccoon decorate the walls of his Wellington house. Church as usnaL At the Sabbath

-. .. Flint, Mich., and Grand Treasurer of his land as can be grown anywherein Avenue den.HYPOLUXO. will the election
occur
Mist Christine Marsh, one of the the Maccabees, together with his wife the State, and he says he intends to ------.-.- Maj. Boynton had a party of friends I School session the school for the en-

guests over at the Ian, caught a big and daughter is stopping over at the raise enough next season to fully demonstrate HAPPENINGS. from Port Huron here Sunday evening, of officers The for will preach at II

ahark off of the ocean pier last Saturday. Royal Poinciana.Mrs. this fact. sight-seeing. suinpyear. First pastor Christian Church,

The monster was 7Ji feet long and Florida U the place for a poor man a. m. on "The
of Detroit is thatto Pruf. J. F. Berk went to West Palm Organization, Aim and Spirit"Christian
Lillian M. Hollister, The last reported improvement its
weighed about 350 pounds, so it will be Florida la the place for a man with gold;
readily understood that the lady had no Mich., came down by the steamer St. be made on the tract of land between Florida is the place to find good land. Beach Monday, arranging for his exhi- Endeavor at 6:30p.. m., sub-"

in hauling him in. Augustine last Saturday evening and I Altena Plantation and Dwight A. Allen'son And last but not least to get out of the bition to be given there. ect: "God's Promises How Fulfilled.
picnic
registered at the Royal Poincwna. Mrs. I the West Side of the Lake just northof -cold. Evening worship at 7:30 p. m., text;
Several from here attended a steroptt- and
Mrs. Adolphus Sherman of West Rnprrt Hollister is the Supreme Commander of town. C:; L'Cragin, the owner, be- Why stand ye idle, why not behold "And he saw a man. Manhood
The that stand in cian exhibition at Manalapan Cottage aim of our
Bennington Co., Vt, arrived here the. Ladies of the Maccabees of the ing fully satisfied that citrus fruit will opportunities your way not money should be the
Why go to Klondike to get a little gold Friday evening under the direction of and foreigu-
..#. k last week to spend the remainder of the world. .. .. .. do well here, is to have between ten and When its panned out in Florida every day? Prof. J. F. Berk, on invitation of the national policy-domestic intervention in the
with her daughter, Mrs. A. B. fifteen acres cleared and planted out to the reason tor our
season Now is the time before it's late, time is
Shy of Advertising. too Major. A good reported. free. All are
Seats
Otwell of thUdty. The lady was here fie oranges and possibly a few pomeloes. affairs of Cuba.
-.. Now U the time to begin; invited.welcome .
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with her husband Mr. Cragin owns over 40 acres, the strangers: s coy dial!y .
several} years ago and There are some men who do not know Do not be found standing at gate Shipments are beginning to move for. ;
spent most of her time with her running from the Lake back across the I II Knocking,knocking me in! --pWedding ---
what is good for them. To that class I. ward. Among shippers we see C. E-
brotherdo( .law, Josiah Sherman, up County road to the railroad. all of which at Fort Pi rea.
belong the men who are shy of adver Chase Bowen Bros., T. Neely, A. Freed-
and liked the is first pine land and suitable for W. Porter in Palm Beach.
Riviera quality J. Sundayed -
above country sowell ---+
W. H. Cox.
Bros. and
tising. Or if they advertise at all, they lund, Funk ,
that she has not only returned now I really think they are conferring a favor fruit culture. Good prices are being realized and Rev. Father O'Boyle united in holy
but would like to make her permanent Tomatoes and beans are being shipped Mr.Tho 1.
evening
on everybody but themselves Of course We note by a State exchange that another truckers are correspondingly happy. wedlock Wednesday
home here. from here in large quantities. A. Bow-
these are the exceptions, yet they are in of those interesting and instructive J as J. O'Brien to Mrs. Courtney

J. Mark Bishop, a real estate dealer, existence. incidents which moralists are so fond Commission men and soliciting agents I The East Side' presents a scene of en. Mr. O'Brien has long been known

of Atlanta 4 Ga., an-! the two Bailey They do not understand the. value of of quoting occurred in Florida. An old have become too numerous to mention. great activity present The avenne and esteemed on Indian River, having

brothers one of whom is a banker ando advertising. They do not seem to realize lady just approaching her one hundedth from canal to ocean U being grubbedand served several years in the signal corpsat

... '" the. other the postmaster from Griffin that: it is the men who advertise birthday, was smoking a pipe while she John F. Griffith and W. D. Grant graded preparatory to shelling, and Jupiter and Titusville, and Is now one

.s' Ga arrived here last Wednesday on the who receive all the patronage and whose walked in the garden and carried a : made a trip t-: Palm Beach in a sail boat several acres are being cleaned up. of the leading fish dealers at Fort Pierce

.: 4 St. Sebastian :nd at once secured the business is improving day by day. grandchild in her arm. She suddenly ;; Sunday. I Even the tomatoes are getting a rush on Mrs. O'Brien is a most amiable lady and

services of a guide and struck back into There is more wisdom in putting, one's fell dead. Now if we only knew what j| W. P. Carroll shipped some tomatoes themselves. highly esteemed. Many friends were and

the 'glades for a4 hunt and fish. From wares before the public than is generally her melancholy fate teaches us, it wou.d 1: last week that were enormous in size, 72 ,present to witness the ceremony,
from the East
A few of the help big and
the scales on their clothes and the fish conceded ty these faithless advertisers I' be gratifying. Some people would argue tomatoes filling a crate. I wished the happy couple a long 18.
of March
Side hotels left the first the week and life.-TUnsvUle Star,
bones in their whiskers when they returned So is there much profit in putting i. that it.is a sermon against the use of I happy
time will soon be here. the happy
closing congratulate
it is presumed they were successful town before the reat public, and th tobacco, but it eau be maintained with Mr. and Mrs. John Brown spent Sunday We heartily those
I add well wishes to
in their fishing, but as they only way is to advertise. The town that. I equal plausibility that it bears equally in Palm Beach enjoying those couple and our

showed np .no' skins teeth, hides nor I, is advertised is the town that secures al against walking in the garden and carrying mountain sceneries that we read about Read "A CALL", published elsewhereand of their many friends Mr. O'Brien was
.'I i.he to call a meeting to engaged in the fish business in this city
horns, their hunting, probably was atdltre. the investments., and the town that undergoes grandchildren. The matter oughtto -- get mayor
They left for home Friday butwere I the healthy changes of a rapic be investigated and the casualty 1 The' Scotia farm turned out over 100 take action on it at once; We should be, I at one time and made many friends who

crates ot beans last Saturday includinga by all means. join with ns in our best wishes ,
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THE TROl'ICAL SUN WEST PALM BBACS, FLORIDA, THUBSDAT MARCH 54, 1898. --

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ODD FELLOWS. _:::


SoCrE I S, Partake of Patriarehal Hospitalities. ADVERTISER'S : ,

Friendly Gri *.,
Those who are acquainted with the beauties DIRECTORY. '-,.c

of Patriarchal Odd Fellowship and .i $ POTOU* -";:
thousands of brethren are, know its value -':'

as well as the beauties of its ritualistic (.fading. Business Firms and Individuals :
KNIGHTS OF HONOR. ceremonies. They know, too, that ,to be :
Whose Cards Appear in This Paper
an Odd Fellow in deed and In truth the : _
Bopeitl Oatlook For the Tem JurUdi brother must tread the"wearyand rugged
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tiofr-Lodge Notes. road" to Horeb and from its summit obtain -

The wide awake and hustling grand dic- a view of the beautiful hills and vales GENERAL MERCHANDISE:

tator of the grand jurisdiction of Texas of the "promised land.". Then why not : ,
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R. W. Hudson, has every confidence in the set about the work of inviting the brethrenof D Hcndrickson Lake Worth.RETAILGROCERS .

future kuoccs of the order in his state,and tho subordinate to join in the march of __.e.___
the resnlta of the past year Justify him. He the shepherds to the tents of the faithful j
attribute the boom to the new plan of as- It will be for their good to have them partake i : .

.Wflsment but without assistance and encouragement of the hospitalities the Patriarchaltent I J D Mathis West Palm BeachL '
even that admirable plan and enjoy the refreshing libations and -
-- sustaining food there bestowed.-Odd Fel W Burkhardt, West Palm Beach Doi II$2'50


... lows'The Herald.committee of the sovereign grand .. j 1J.r -.. .---

lodge on Patriarchs Militant work will WHOLESALE GROCERS. : I -.

meet in Dayton, 0., on Feb. 18. Pope & McLaurin, Jacksonville.-. :.'

Only those who believe in the existence Thos & J
Nooney Sons Jacksonville,,
of a supreme being, Creator and preserverof
the universe, can legally! acquire or re- r-- .
tain membership in an OJd Fellows'lod o. ,
r SPICES,.TEAS AND COFFEES: .
Let each lodge put forth more effort to .
retain the members it has..then the per J D & R D Grether, J ksou1U7':

centage loss by dropping might be materially .. '!:: ; FLA. 10-21i':
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lessened active interest ,- !u-
by a more
in those who fall in arrears and thereby MEATS: ;
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lose interest in the lodge. .
How many members have you invited to Geo S Adams, West Palm Beach." -

go to lodge with you? Will Whidden. ;"-, ; '. '',-. -;-;- 9

/ i Bo scrupulous In the admission of members :>.. : ,.. v. .f\.
but not narrow minded in discussingtheir I, -, : ,
claims FISH _AND OYSTERS: |j"_
on application.The
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jurisdiction of Idaho with but a East Coast Fish Co West Palm Beach. ; : ;-
r' membership roll of 1.5:1ti, has a beautiful t .'<
Refolds & Hull, West Palm Beach --
Odd Fellows'hon'c worth $20.000 all paid. I
S B Miller & Co, New Von: I

How you many secured applications for membershiphave Kingsland &Comstock, New York J .Paiit-

Cantons of the Patriarch Militant should S L Storer & Co, New,York .j I :

be the most attractive meeting places for -...-- :,
the young men of our order. -=
ICE DEALERS: !i .. Ay
The independent degree staff of the past -t i

B. w. t3L'DSOV. noble grands of Chicago are receivingmach R A McPherrin West Palm, Beach. ; ., 'f
could succeed, Mr. Hudson encouragement in the good work of I f,
not is a tower
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the weal Rrbekah j
of strength in the order! and is consraiitljoa assisting ; lodges. ,I .
the alert to promote its interests in every The Odd Fellows' homo Arkansas ll DRUGGISTS' .-; !
honorable \\ay. Under his w te direo- be located at Batcs\illc, that city having :p Ji 'I.
tion the Jurisdiction Is bound to yrowand given $-1,000 in cash and 300 acres of land E H Dimick West Palm Beach. :t I .

pfotpcr. for the purpose. Russell & Co, ; IQ-JLST

The unselfish man with rropcr love for At the last meeting of the board of directors =-...- : :
hit family Joins the Knights of Honor and of the Illinois Orphans' home 14 i:
IIft1l'genuine protection. dependent homeless children were admitted FRUIT AND PRODUCE ON COMMISSION .

The order U booming all over tho Unit- to tie home. Light: arc under 7 years of : ;
This makes 15.1.MASONIC..
age.
ed State New lodges; ere bclcg formedin
J B Massa & Bro. Jacksonville. '
every state, old lodges arc mnrulting
And a wonderful life and notes I::; Ire being Albert J Becky & Co.u t
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dUplayed. Future success and prosperity Thos Nooney & Sou( :
_ seem to be assured. Physical Qualifications! In West Virginia.South .
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For the month of December nearly 1,000 West and East. -I I

applications were received by the biipreia*I A profane may be made a Mason who 1 It DRY GOODS AND CMTHINGJ : -
reporter. minus the second finger and has the third : ; mlbA seeds -

Blue Ridge lodge of Ft. Louis is experiencing finger oC at the first knuckle ou the right Kohn Furchgott & Co, Jacksonville : > ,.. a Attca4u fta.1 _j
f.
boom and hand. A profane whoso right ankle ia Cohen Bros -
a add 25 Jacksonville.
to
expects new i
member this month. stiff,with foot iewluit smaller than theft : L>.7; PL,*. .
Dave Singer, :J :"
l and turned out, may be made a Masonif i }
Members should not forget that the anpreme the deformity dcx-s not prevent him Mrs J Frank West Palm Beach ii .
h F
toast be lodge paid expense asset-Hunt at the 23 cents of from conforming to the ritual. A profane i .." _. ,! .;. -,
promptly
beginning one of whose less is 2% Arches shorterthan i
each quarter. Failure to pay causes sus- the other is eligible t., bj mads a MEN'S FURNISHERS:
pension the same as the Vf.
O.
regular and
Mason.
A Iv
made Ms-
praise. iui.uot: a
& assessment sou whose lull L..U u cr._ ..,i in such a J A Craig & Bro, Jacksonville. IMax : :
?
manner as to prevent him from flattening :: Myerson, j.i| ;
UNITED WORKMEN. it out.-Grand Lodge of West Virginia. .
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An excelled: Shison hr.s no Masonic .
bell Member Should Do HU ShareFrom1IaaJ' I
Jorl diction rights whaleMr, but Magpie charity beIng 'TAILORING: }i t .
as uuiximil ,is tbc l j-a.:.'.ti n itself jj j f
There chonld bo no deadheads in the A. may well I he I l.(*.?i;c.i 4/'.('!} t'lon!! an erring Livy-"-The Popular Price Tailor ..
O. U. W. It la the duty of every member brotltr*._i.'i.j ;-...-.tv r *!," -HHlt'sota. ( '-- jat sonvil'l( ;
to do his fall share v
toward strengthening r II'Q ,
and building up the order. No brother Any! ILI:ai,er of a i'juje i.uU: r the juris'I'I The New York Tailoring Co: J{[ j -
baa diction o- tLc grurd !>'_. o<>: i ias :f '
right to be a dead weight on his lodga .- ,... : :r.
and 1t1111OCW'8 equal benefits right to k.liot. on the <, !h.oo c..' u candidate :
with those '
in cubir U .. .,_.
t "o..ercrs.
who interest themselves in the welfare of HARDWARE: : J
this fraternity,attend its meetings and la- There are 07 {,i...:.t l.t4"c! ami 13,045 ;
I bar for its advancement-Anchor and subordinate lou c" i.i J. ia". tuUEtry. M E Gruber West Palm Beach. : i I

J Shield. Tho grand lodj: (;f Illinois lr.s assets of OW Weybrecht, <" I ,

Memorial day was generally observed. 95319.60, having p, .:cil &11, j2.43 during ... !
The grand lodge of Michigan meets at tho ps>t your, 'i t-u jrruud lodge dues 1 : ,> *$y First Train. -
Grand Rapids Feb. 15. are 75 ants per iuun.bu' LUMBER:

Grand Recorder Hlrchburg of California There are 43 grand coiumanderles of I IT Y Gusher Jacksonville. :
baa resigned his l position and accepted a f Knights Templars in the United States,
more remunerative offer from the governorof I 1,009 conlman t'f es and 112,867 members. Builders Supply Co, St Augustine. / )

the state.Maryland ,: Rightly William J. Duncan editor of .0s

jurisdiction made no call for ,I the Masonic department of the New York "
relief last year. In 1896 it bad 30000. Dispatch, insists that postprandial exercises : FURNITURE: I.
Total shall not contain anything that ifl /
beneficiary fund disbursed ;
in 1806
,, morally objectionable.S. Geo II Mallhy. West Palm Beach.
to Jan.
1. 1897 as shown by the annual I A "
reports 17,479,767.34. :. 0. Spring, grand master of royal andselect The llad\\ick-Swaim Co Jacksonville.
:j masters iu Illinois has divided the
True fraternity your order insures 1tsuccess. ;:: state into nine arches and appointed a ...
Cease
to make
your meeting a ;
j i principal in each arch for the visitation
mere business trats..Ctlon. Instill
into- it ,i and culture of councils. PIANOS AND ORGANS:
the spirit of true fraternity. '
!i To scatter flowers on a brother's grave U Ludden & Bates' So Music House !I

RED MEN. : very commendable shows our love and Jacksonville, |
esteem for hid memory, but to strew roses m t

Tfe ,,Order Prosperous In the along his pathway of life and pluck the
Keystone i thorns and thistles from his troubled heart JEWELERS
State-Around the Council Fire. i iI i is sowing seeds that will blossom and :

At the late great council of the reserva.j[I i bloom in the sweet by and by. Idner & Son, West Palm Beach.BUILDING ''
tlonof
Peunsylvaniatbereportof
\ The Minnesota
mlttco grand: lodge of Masons m
on returns and
reports gave the ( has declared that all insurance companies I F
membership of the order at I
82,368, with I i operating under "Masonic" titles SUPPLIES:
the Invested funds of the tribe at $540- i are
404. There had been received during the i un-Mosonio and that Masons must not La- Southern Fuel and Supply Co, ,
sure in them. This order will take effect :
year $391,301; expended for relief, fill,. I I March 1. Jacksonville. Goods
188; for funeral benefits, 141,901. and for ----.--- Chas Welshans '"
Jacksonville.
other purpoM. $!'J8!,:U9. These figures artto i I Knight of Malta. \. delivered
the credit: of :3B8 tribes in the stat. Builders Supply Co, St Augustine....
The increase In free
membership during the Geo
Hacker &
Three new councils: of degree of Pocabontag past five years has been marvelous but a Son. Charleston; C. :
were Instituted In Indiana during much greater increase is assured in the anywhere
bunting neon I
immediate future. Commanderies are DO wn.
You say you love our grand order Have building or leasing new halls greater Interns i r :

you ever done anything for iu advancement is displayed in the degree work than !} "dH
? Do you ever talk it up to those with OUT before, much elaborate paraphernalia ; :

whom you rowe In contact is being procured and committees are beIng the

Let the words "Come back!I" be eiubla- appointed to prepare for the celebration (:
stoned everywhere and let them echo on St. John's day June 24. of the ;;1 10.14.97

through the valley and o'er the hilltops. eight the order.hundred and fiftieth anniversary of !l


Modern Woodmen Supreme Generalissimo Sir Melvin A. ....k n::';+>;:"';.! H :"---,, ; -= -

K. C. Sbrrburne, the new state deputy Wolcott has removed from Wisconsin to 1. '/:--'
for Ohio, i* pushing his work in that state E..fett, state of Washington where he baa 5: ''' -- q Are

and good progn-bs being made. bought a ranch. He is also engaged in ; line
B. organizing several commanderies in that ( 11 Y'f .
George Alberta baa Iowa fi'
put so near SUN
: best
the front that there would seem to be a state future.Indications and. will be heard from in the near r' -, / 'A/, t5t r. to

limit to hi* advancement, but be keeps the .. .'
good work Kolng merrily on. are that the next two months .: "" '\ '"- ; .
1. ..
will be record breakers in the point of \ I/p
State Deputy a C. Zlnk is just getting r .!
number of comnmnderies instituted. _
foothold in
A
Pennsylvania. The field
is ;
a / .
bud ono to work but woodcraft will soon The order is alert and the greatest interest 6 16.00
get to the front and activity are noticeable, what with socials
church visitations, etc., and conferring MAIL ORDER -
K. K. Murphy state deputy for Kansas of degrees. on application. >
?
U the orator of the deputy association and

peaks at more Woodmen gatherings than Royal Arcanum.
almost any other man in the society.
The supreme council at its recent meet The
State
Deputy Thornton
has
more commissioned lug appointed a commission to further examine
deputies in Missouri than has the proposed change of assessment
any other .tAt8d putl. He is a hustler and rates and
appropriated 15,000 for the use 13
U bowing great results In his
state. of the commission. The commission is to : .
prenjre a complete report and present it to
3trccabere. the supreme council at its next meeting. C6r We do Dyeing Cleaning.
Tim good filth of the member who pays The Royal Arc num has now nearly .
hit a M eUf ru to t lie lo-ul record keeper Is 800,000 members and during the past few .
protected by x provision; that its failure to months has exhibited remarkable
reach headquarters will not invalidate his in its growth vitality If you are .

certlflcakxTbo Almost I IRRIGATIO N pineapple field
laws of the great for Michigan persuaded; that was in 1897. yon wish to
camp Deed
Now .
provide for the election of tent physicians, in 18:'8. get that friend to become ,want and I yon
wholly desired and
while in the supreme tent persuaded and place his application give estimate of cost.
they are appointed in the
becretary's hands at the
the next meet Co.
by supreme medical examiner.: ing. J. G. ,
A positive enemy is more to be desired How
much
happier will be the
end to
than a lukewarm or compromising friend.
that man who has thought of it In Machinery and
Do not pose as a member of the order un- and season
kM yon can speak a good word for ik benefit protected certificate the!loved ones with a 13,000 Irrigating 10-21"9)Machinery a Speci ILy. .



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KO 'PEACE'KIS BOYS.. fee'fepiaf 1aa hrIt ;-tateg operan ....- '- ." > .

"f -,:-,! .. '.- ... t. (r.- reedof: .kI tJ sgs i. --t.seatWya IesAmir H ESTAfuJSHED'is7S. ,W'd ,,'" .: -."
r day passes. *in the winter Ma \ I dI .n ; '
iialiytflayicag, the oail IoftI, when the fireside .. V '' G -
ship I* most attractive, M William A.. ours & Co. .. .
BhM n' Shops, ship broken' o&oat flee or more like, him eneftki into the 8.Upplx Store ?! /s Prepared to Shy
lid Sew atlMBi Soda office with the the 7 .r' .
en etraet from came requett III. I
.
*1 Battery to .N. &,.. .4 ce :: the bon f hq want to go tdi; *: -f'::'- WettfaIra fkjcA, fluids ; Irisfl Site. sand Fertilizers you with
J : Hj
tail skeet from Caatle i Ottte to e a nuisances hare mined aw& A. t !
wethloiiea rftrRt. er eaaaa fecty odd a day.for at many days nmalaf J. 0. MTHIS, Pr ptlftDI' -!* Bad Meats at liifog Prta,

lei"p,.g sefe ae aUcft'_j4 jiniiburesit .Moat trots of near them New are York from and 4hsoo&aedi-' the '(titcmir u'trauiif*....;"/CfMCfr Ce) 8 .East!SaySt. ,. .Jactsonrilfe, .Florida trsshor Jr.,
nearlyalt __ __ ,
Irby the most part an to from" MrKotto-"Qukk8Ale aid amen Pro.L ., .. t .
teal They
DUn remote parts. oeaeMtWdty
*fetal ttftbtliecoBJ. floor it r. for a diy or; iwo'ahd. atixa Bakery Ocfcds antFamlliOrocerls ""e Malice Oalj& _j d, aid bolt Eels bte|eeds. A Complete! stock of Beef
k' d 311litaill' tie* '
lid 1)outry
: 'aecnte
to
opportunity a long

look tfaeegh dirty window on! '{beerowdel .formed',purpose' either to. go to tea, .1ij;. Gin( Oatsfjw: Bra, Wlteat V Grits, Meal, ,end ass,.
tbOTOsghfare, the docks laden s could the life, open inquiry, prove to ,
rib miNb--. a network ;of 'matte "lie' -at attractive ai they bare foisted it, ,.-....M.Y,Specialty., .1 e tee ,n M M, M Bright t ill Dark Native :Meats a specialty.Your .

ad rI.W-'J 4be broad n yersad,sold' or at least to learn' the way. Occatiaeally Goods, delivered free to any part ,, AT &1Lt
i WHL
Ike day be clear, tell boba., line oftfcecfpoatteeity. a1ci'i born boy stray in-it maybe <,of the City or across the Lake.Ifl .; ': :' Solicited.
Tbeapprowbtotbem see impudent 'urchin from the east aide4mi GNfln film ,lit ittea tl. sate:lg nu For Tyge Allen. Fertilizer Co.Stu Patronage
that.is a rare occurrence;iTieya Goods: Fint-Clua and Brand TrrtHitttfr-GearaatHd'AaaJyiii Orany Tree and YeceUble Fertilizer, Par'Greaadae Market 6u Haiiyan Street '
.Fresh. Highest ,
b b wtld riaf- hrocgh a forbidding of all ages, and all jonditlcni. < "- Nitnte.804a. MurU'ftfl'oUali, SalpbttePotash. Kninit LieThese
doorway, dark and ow-&air. prices paid for country: produce. FertiUMn. "au"liaperior the Market and a trial will convince.
cep a au ragged little fellow of 18 canxrto me .Send. tarGtsloeae,FN-: : to,7: 11.12 WEST PALM. BEACH
wllb, U my,be,hen tad there a broken .see day lest'sammer, and 'I 'hadhad'work toy of and I win ears 700 moi-ty 6K9JWest _'_, .., a .- -.,-.,. .- r .
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f1' slop to(be eoefeaion of doom and pas- to persuade him that was hap-- I .
anN aid the. dower dalb.of'. l rWitb.h1imo t5an'J:w hiwith rI r-- .4i. z.' 'I'n The Dade County State Sank
a pexsk .of tpoondreb abejaft ablp I Ee; B.DnUC, l;", ",

The average.ae.hoTWYer.i: about 16or I Proprietor! I ffIIvIwwrthi aim Beach, Flerma.
a littla ande*: and Wort'cl the lads I I rlrnfllfltflff9TheCMeMar1et

axe children of poor parents when Palm ,

toy boob have.led them,into the.. .Authorized Capital $100,000.Paid ..
eat belief that a seafaring life ia one of
bouDded po bliitie* XWoe laTawhIIa Beach Up, Capital 15000.

intelligent tidr,helL ii4 with I.F I.
all the evidence of good breeding and DrugStore t : OFflCfPS: "-

!carefcl education, wanta to ship aa [E.f(.DIMICK, President

I 1 !Mbitffcoy'/and..,ia quite ready to take # .... i U. Of HENDRICK80N!, VUf.Preldent.
.... "
: the first berth to offer, trusting to good ...- : -- :GEO. L. BRA MNING, Cashltr.
.,fortune for his comfort. '
"I have noticed with acme surprise OEO S 1BHMS.
MA7 "'the bora rte ...' to go>to eeav' '-DE1LEB8 IS- Propr, g Branch Office at West Pita W.

particularly the ones who- have the upI -w Office Hours From 10 a.m.to I p. m.
oJr.-are.... -
I8''etieate.Jarp- '
-- : : DEALER IN : : E
L :
tiecL ,.d.j11lLluch as GsneralBankingBosinsssTraisitMColleetlonapromptly
spend their spare' hours poring over Toilet Ariidfes remitted on day of
Drugs t
IL books of adventure instead of smarting Florida and Western Meats, receipt Drafts bought and Hold on the prts-
with-their fellows. They taDrkaowing* eipal eider of the United State 4-29-97

ly 61'.abl Ping' as this orbit'djpiing Fine and Armour's Star Hams, Bacon .
getting a 'Derail,* in* one-' Stationery .
tim a 'belay' or kn 'avas'ora : Ii and Bologna, Tripe and Pig's =
'foVme'aime.' They gel them all from' Sundries. I HOTEL The Palms

booked doubtless' think to Tem Druggist :
7. :*
"i-rJ TBS A-A asimxG omcir i' nth ds m. Venison
i "Of course the boys turned away PrescriptionsCarefally CompoundedEast
are
How Open For Winter TrareL
within
kaJL of ill
finery feel apace baa whether they apply at tfci a&ipping of-' Coast Engines Solicited. _

tie Betweea the windows it the desk fever aboard ship U many of them ----- -- i, and Eggs, and a Full Line of All Modern Improvements, Electric
ei the &ypfteg muter, againH-the: eta The days wheal!'the rtnaway'bbJound ; .W, PALM HKACH, 640-06.! Bells, Baths, Etc.

mil, OB eUber, aide and ia-rery odd : a wtloonfe wfth i'ehip'.'capdaiq Vegetables. =::
TO PER DAY.
$2.00 $3.00
when desk orerjyejtri t&q, TheyjSn4 Ihei .
lesser room wita.lighf} maybe w ere -- '
>.... the desk or 't&Ui ofa *mgmaiicotA (way home again with a bit of adIC9 i CIOal.HACKER.t. SONMANDFACTDBEBS fE ... Address'

.f ..i tt wAt M* li* apfra singing far their em so."gruffly or K ,11 i .4 ee THE P PAS" i
kindly spoken that t&y forget it!
eilgO': *.b'tt 'I I rj aw j to fla'jbjfelf I fcfad I alwayf+, 7 1-16-96 West Palm Beach, Florid
the ta .4-far
war obIomty
re- have a kindly feeling for the;youngsters E Mail Orders from any Responsible
Iam4 tram tt glowing noire. j
r one
who try to. JKvthe ickety stair aDd *
\{
err ...,. tubes, open which; idle Bail: sight of the'rough men Who hang abooj$ IS' Parties in)" the County will Re A representative
in and
en OB fee lookout for "chanoea'Xait ten don't dleoo en-they uWJ1 P every city
W
aid coke, swap yarns; and opinions d l w a : 'Uthh111 :wbat th, ceive Prompt Attention gn t town in the State
aad now alai again venture a respectful life of the 'Jolly tar' is, and they gd h to represent oar
remark the tapping w boarding* "way, believing and content 'My boy t IS firm tc solicit
tar_IDa of great influence and not to hay to conclude, 'if I bad a son cf yow r consignments.. \W will pay a good
be addressed, with ,impunity-and are iage, would rather know he was safe lit f 'tNK.. -- commission. Write us for partialtarn. -
ignored fort thai palna. To these offioeji _te'. prison than aboard ship.' Generally + .. !.I!= ..' ". ;.t' :S Stencils sent on application.
same fee captain iar need of a 'ores, that settles it. A pert boy who bad l LI OF A Specialty is Made of Supplying --.
f Albert J. & Co.
ailon In eoarch of a berth and with in the sea mania a couple of ;years agog| Bucky

Credible frequency lads in their early, however>> had a ready answer. 'I kneW Doors, I: Winter Cottagers Yachts: Private 3 The Brokers and
tet .wanting "cabin boy" podtiona '
yon would say that he said. 'I didn 4 .
"Saikw," aid an old shipping maa suppose that you'd get me a berth without < Sash Cars and Parties. i Commission Merchants,
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Me yeat day in hie South meet office! objecting first! Now want to go to Blinds ,.14 Main St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
"are the hardest worked'worst treated. sea-and I'm going. If you can't give! r io-Ji-97
wont fed and least thought of clue of me a chance I'll go somewhere else. Mouldings .
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Ben on the face of the earth. If you He wandered through the offices and i -1mtDBuilding T
want a candid opinion of a aailor'i life, about the docks for hours that after : ; Material A. B. Campbell,
Ilk miler. They all know what it is, Boon but I saw him turn the corner of i m
aed they all admit it Yet they tick to Fulton street about time looking' CHARLESTON,. S. C.LARGEST .. (Mgr Ludden & Bates So. Music House)
supper \ J H ............. -- '<.: .' : :. Jacksonville Florida
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fee see* and they can't be torn away. tired and no doubt hungry and I sup FACTORY SOUTH.
The boarding idle mea and the ahipping offices are find them so persistent."-New York! .
beateged by them, moat _of them_ readyto POSt. LITTLE BROS. .
take a berth in any kind cf a craft
float I can understand that tbongh.Onoe Tto Silt FOMMM Lad.
a sailor always a sailor is a'prhystesdy Just where the lad came from ia net; 0 Best Makes, Lowest Prices,
rule. What I can't understand is apparent, but be was rather a crisp look Fertilizer plopiate; Qompaijy, Easiest; Terms.

the existence of a great crowdjof: young youngster of 14. small: { for his.dM Sheet Music, Music Books and Small
men and yoangtten who choose to follow and foxy about the corners: of the eyes) .. Jacksonville Florida. Instruments of All Kinds at Rock
the sea rather than a quiet comfortable and mouth says the Detroit Free Pl'NLiBe .' '-. \Vrlu for..Free...Bottom Cataloged Prices.: .... 91717'

trade ashore. The romance has entered the office of a wholesale
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beea pretty well battered out of the lone on Lamed street east and appreached .: "
'life on the rolling wave' by any number the bead of the,establishment,' If you are requiring Fertilizers for JOHN N. C. STOCKTON, President.

of plain tales and thoroughly accurate who,,waj Ui a bad. humor,. about same* Vegetables Pineapples Etc write to RAYMOND D. KNIGHT, Vice-President. -
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deaeriptiTe articles, and it.seems thing. ; THOS. P. DENHAM, Cashier.
to me that the youngsters of this generation -, "Do yon want a boy here sir?" asked us and we can give you more value JAMES D. BAKER, Assistant Cashier
should"Jtare:.the truth ia their the applicant best But they haven't-strange to we don't want boy'here' ," re-: ....Give --- .- for your money than any other Manufacturer .

say, they. haven't The boys of 40 yean fpond \,the merchant_ in the ordinary! < or Dealer in this State or _
smog when I went to sea and when the patens of a man All bad humor, National Bank of
oaly sea stories to be had were of a kindto I Are you sure, sirr ; from any other State. Write for pam .
fire the imagination of a log of wood, "Of 'I' Don't.I know '
course am. my phlets, prices, etc., to above address. 11 12-97
live again in the boys of today-lads oalnees? Getat!" : 5
with theme thirst for adventure, the : "What's that sitting on the stool over'; A, the State of Florida
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same faith in their false iieas and the s.ert'.ubcl the' caller'very lUely'! ---- -. '

came obstinate determination to follow and without being at all disturbed by:, The
the'life of their choice.1' The shipping his receptionl: "
masters mee'The "- "He's our office boy," replied the 'TRANSACTS A
shipping master interrupted himself merchant rather taken: aback.

to listen. There' was an uncertain "You want him here don't you?" Late Worth Ice Works GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS;'
footstep in the hall pausing before the "Of course." ;
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then timid
threshold for an instant a "He's a boy isn't. her I
knock on the door. "Yes."

"Oome in."called the master adding "Well then, sir, yon are mistaken i ;2 Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper of Accounts of Bankers,-'
in a lower voice t'gy.tlieptm it-here's when yon taj you don't want; a boy SUfl1

One now." bore. What yon really intended saying ..:< Merchants, Manufacturers
A boy of 18 years or thereabouts entered ins that you didn't need me here. I
and, cap in hand, advanced diffidently Good morning sir!" And before the : : -S" and Individuals solicited....

to the group of gossips about the >merchant could' pull himself together ,-,:' .
stove. He was coarsely clad. slight and this remarkable youth had got out and ." 'I"C' >- -'. I
# pale faced and lacked the self assured was lost in the crowd on the street.n..I.l.c'Dcnra > Capital and Sirplis, $$190,000.
'DDisti118d
air of the city bred boy He looked ; -
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about him nervously evidently uncertain UM ttwvp.Down .

what to.do. and doubtless heartilywishing th*hill with mirth sad sloe, A Chance todo Your Issue our own drafts to all the principal -
himself away'from i the rough1ookf."I Hjtaf, here we KOI! cities in Great Britain, Holland
Ill the world ia fall of Joy,
GOmJU1. All the world..snow.BttdIng Belgium, France, Switzerland Italy,
"b-U this a-a shipping office? he Water
tammered. gliding down the steep, ; Spain Portugal/ and Germany. .
te and CB we niftqplI..q
"It U""Where : JacksonvilleFlorida
a seaman gets a berth?" Ic
Some of 'em get jobs here." S-J7-q7
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"Well. I-I want to sign articles for : R. A. McPHERRIN, Proprietor.
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south." < ; ,, -
a voyage ,
. "See these men"-pointing to a row (; '"}- ,' :> : I Great BargainAT

if grinning sailors on one of the benches
't jfri .. ,
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, "they'd sign articles fora trip to fee.. -- -
aorfe pole if they had the ehance.1''' : :' : FACTORY. ATE -
at the ill I-I f
The boy glanced furtively .
7 $500 If Taken At Once.
looking fallows and seemed surprised to ? )>
Slam that there were seafaring folk J- .West Palm Beach < 80 ACRES
wife never sign of theses about them. of land 50 miles south of Palm

> "1 thought perhaps you might have a Jan.3-98 Beach, within i# miles from
place for -*cabin boy." "' ..'- ... ) railroad: and depot. acres of
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f. "What's a cabin boy?" very gruffly. to the Mn's bJ! h mowa.I ., .. -- ...... this land is fine,high hammock
!. "Area'f any cabin boys nowadays It a diatuoe o1tahhI.QI '-'---: j'
11M. abort way cI d.-' the land for Most
just
"c oranges.
;: "Oh, eltclaimodzher:boy as though Tagging luatag up the atsaeA'
fee daple bit of|locomotion had ands With oar sled we slowly .... of the remainder is pine land
c. wised his StrawD Plants good for pineapples. For information
feftly emend feoccBfh con-
Bat. 'til uelm to eampkta. rry
eeillsa"a fee gelds ofj the metoanWeItaimilasmr Who.*'?*leached' the bc&fcHMO }i H ,call on
+fee.1 "IdMo'tknow, Thank theic7b.Af agkia. ,10 f' J. H. LIVINGSTON
N 1Ir.'I';Aad-wi$ feat be turned and 'the world grail bright An Varieties best suited to Florida and the East Coast. Send to JOHN B. BEACH ,

sdlL__ Jwr from the oboe L.. iiMhi'"ft fljuciag dowa tbs r .!.."' >i &.CO.,MELBOUI ilt TtORlbA, (or.Speoa11'rtccLiat: just out. Massey Block,
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s4 r" 1&14 isde.Tethyso" 1 PLANT LAGB AND-HBALTHY* 1001." lliH7 WESTPA.LMBEACBFLA.
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AS OTHERS SEE US., This Date In ffistory-March 18. _.. .. ..." .. .
'J !}t frmtitaIiun.; .. ..,......# '. :;-- .' r ., -!" -::" '
z 1745-Sir Robert tCalpoleprime minister to .. '
,1t Ohio's Game Commissioner. Albert George cad Qe orge n..died;born VKtL1768Eev. .r-t ...'" .. : '

...r ,., B rewer. of Tiffin, made H trip( :down LanraiM: Stern;author of"'1'r18- ;, .
tram Shandy," died;born 1713.
UUY I.1 METCALF. EDITOR. through this section this winter and 1'183-JohD Caldwell Calhoun,American statesman I New': Goods *
. wrlltRND account of it. hu-ti and leader ln- the "old south," barn Spring *
ap-
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in the Abbeville district; died la Washing; .
MEHP.EROF peared> in a recent number of JthePiffin ton 185ft. % : ;s.j. *- ti r. 1., ,,=.".. f'r'.t, :"'L.....'. .
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1813-John Horne Tooke, ngllah political \ "
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V Florida Press Association. Ono Advertiser from whichwe writer and grammariandied;born 1736. {t.K'! i-', *' S- ,- Y : : :
the following, which shows 1877-Admiral Sir Edward'Belcher. arctic explorer ;
AFFILIATED WITH copy died;born in Halifax 17S9. t : ; IKohn i Furchgott & Co.

r National Editorial Association. what he thought of this section: 1884 York-Mme.; born Anna in London Bishop singer 1816. died in New I ,. ,

Below Fort Pierce is.the pineapple 1888 Horace Fairbanks governor of Vermont .
:0 i ,, V 11II.-- : .
1830.
region acres and acres of bristling died.born : TTY T T ; -
SVBSCRJP7ION: 1891-Sfeamer Utopia collided with British Clothing House ill the State hue i>I
fields. Pines in their native and
ripened ironclad at Gibraltar and sank I 560 S .iThe' Goods .Carpet, Millinery r
.. ... : persona. 1i.1 s. eadinjf and Largest Dry ]Erorrlga and Domutk -
Oa Tear 10 *dT nc*, .. '2.00 delicious and some fine drowned. -* of New Spring Goods including
place are ; i stock, and are daily receiving tar g e.9 nantities
NaiDsooksPrill",
8tz Konthi,in adTance_ __$LOO SY'bite ,Linens, Checked
: Wash tso0ds. *" "-
also Dress Goods Silks
...... .. ripe strawberries were brought : Organdies.Fancy : DOWat our Fo slat Low
'off'ued
Three .
liontbs. advance. 60HCtLUHSD which are pDrees
T ,Lace\ Hats Etc..
to the car at 40 cents a box. A look, This .Date In to -March 191 Hosiery, Notions, ; Embroideries. Straw such as SUb Goods., IJDeDIe HO .
? Puces.,,i A large quantity:of goods are imported direct by us,
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of unmistakable prosperity through- 17 -William m (William of Orange ) died at application.
and cheerfully sent on
\ierx Samples
Organdies.
XTI1T THCTWDAT AT WEST PALM Kensington;born 1650k ) 1 G priPq
of
IIACS.DADS COV1lTT. FLORIDA.CXTXKED out this section attests the profit in ITU-Thomas UcEean-usignern born in New To our Wholesale Trade we offer a large and complete line SpringH g"We t3 -'
fruit culture. London Pa.;died 1817. ; any house in the United Stated Liberal Terms arid the usual Cash k2S -
Palm Beach, across Lake Worth, 2T18-Elias Hicks,"founder-of' the '"fficksite 'patronage of the merchants throughout the State assuring them that we 1Ihal1 give them very pel.S1ble -

AT TH1 MAT OFfIC IS WMT PALMRACE Quakersborn in Ilempst d. N>:r.;died _... prIces.* '* _
is Words YYTYYYTYY.Y '
an enchanting spot. cannot isax : YT
AS ZCOND-cLASS SfATTZX. TTYYYTTTYYTYYYYYYYTTT TTTT y
"its and its 1858-L'ncknow taken by the English.. ,.
picture gardens gallant Gents' Fur-
1873-Du.ss8ldorUlAll aid.famous gallery elegant line of ClothinJ,
I 1 ,art .f : :We are showing a large
walks" in wide extent,around. destroyed; by: ;fireJit'Whea, the Celebrated _:, Curtains Trunk8
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Pioneer Paper Dade County, and the Oldest the Royal Poin l11a. All the rare gallery of paintings was removed 'to. Mu- '"'jushfrgs, Cf1Jrf) Matting Window Shades,. Lace ,
Publication on the East Coast of filch in 1805 14.500 drawing ahdf 21,000 engravings .
Florida between Titurille and beautiful trees and plants of the and casts remained in the Dassel- Etc., at Low... .< .Prices. .
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and Key We L South seem to have been brought dorf building. Among the drawings were ** YTTYY'TT
several by Michael Angelo, Raphael, Bo-
here and so placed, their ,natural
mano. Titian and:other masters. .s:
.Bert Advertising Medium on the :Kast Coast grace is increased. The good taste ,aSi-Commodora William D. Whiting, U. 8. # Kohn Furchgott & Ca.- .
N.. retired died in New York born
city;
of Florida.GOVERNOR in the arrangement of its bouses.and '
1823.. Commodore Whiting was present at
grounds is characteristic of this
of hotels. There.. is elegance fend. when the Americanflag was hoisted;, on Jacksonville.
r.
California soil in 1343. the civil "
BLOXHAM has During
appointed luxury but it is subordinate to an war he fought at Port Royal the attacks t>! : :
John B. Reilly, F. S. Morse, F. T. air of restful comfort. Picture gal on Charleston Battery Gregg Fort Wagner i'f : '

Badge L. C. Oliver and D. and Morris Island. VIBMGeneral
Coagrove leries and statues are net in evidenceto AdamJJadeau, Grant's militarysecretary -

all of Miami, as Pilot Commission- distract attention from. the*glorious : biegrapher, etc. did' at Ridge j:, 4
{ era for the port of ifU.mi. out-of-dcor ''life. At Paid, wod.lT/J.; born 1830. :, :>

Beach Inn the is fine and
bathing a
This Date In History-March 20,
halfmilewalk bordered by palms "

f ALTHOUGH THE FLORIDA CROWS and flowers connect the two hotels. l 687-his La discontented Sane,explorer followers., murdered in Texas. -by .PROFESSIONAL. &CARDS, $ LEGAL. NOTICES; : -

hare been either killed off or scared I It is a horseless paradise very wel. 727-Sir Isaac Newton philosopher .died; A

J onto! this city, still the outlying come after the importunate and born 164i '; I. METCALP, '. 'DOYou 0 OTICS 09 APPUCATIOK VOt >r"'" J.t
\ 1811-Birth: 3? Napoleon: B. king of Rome. w N
N furnishes I hack drivers of other ,. DISCHAJ&CS.Notke -
country opportunity ubiquitous re Bonaparte's only child; diet 10 TLo: ;, ,; '!.\ S

enough yet for oa to remark that sorts. The only artificial means of colonel prince received of a Hungarian laijr.wy regiment training in d''as Vienna. 'A ATTORNEY AT. LAW. U hereby Liven that Six Mouths altel

the Florida crow must go. transportation are the bicycle and He died in the room whcie his father bad NOTARY PUBLIC. this date I shall apply to the County Ja4j It
1-1 y jinrickisha. These c..mfortablelittle dictated terms Austria in l i5.1813BoraParts Courts.Will practice L2- County! ,Stale- and Federal KNOW e Dade County Florida,for Anal discharge ff**.
tic re-entered Paris. ..? the admlnlitraUoB ol the EsUU of WJUba
the far East with their'white LAND CASES, SPECIALTY.Office .
wagonsfrom ,
1831-Lawrenca( Barrett Branni actor,
VEGETABLES ARE GOING north now ( .n.1 Pukin,late of Dade County dom. -, .:
clad black attendants add' 'died in New York city born ;& : in TaoPicAt SUM Block '. .
an ; ? ,3
West f lorida. That the .. KATE B. rAW" -
Palm Beach Dada County .. .
almost by the train load from this I9-ComlllOdore.Horatio! :! Bride, U. S.N..retired -
element of picturesqeness. died in Washington; born 1306.) MllftlWratrls.rWa&P&1m
section and lower Dade. The crop Below Palm Beach the vegetable 1894-Louis Kossuth, the Hungarian patriot, Beach Fla., rebraty n,uM L
EORGE U. BOBBINS. WALTER 8. OKABAM.
this season will far surpass in quan. section begins. A great drainagecanalbasopenednewandrichlands died at Turin; born 1802. **
1885-General Philip gt,.George Cooke, a prominent ROBBINS..QRAUAM.CO.. : Ennitablo i Lifo
tlty and quality any ever before veteran of the Union and soldier of ASTER'S SALEIn
raised and will probably bring more and with a favorable and perfectlysate the old army; died in Detroit; born 181ft: J ATTORNEYS .AT-LAW: > .
1897-General Joseph 8. Fullerton, a noted | Will in all the court, State and
money to the growers. climate, this is destined to.be a Federal veteran of the western armies, Federal practice:special facilities for examining. and punsanc*of a finaJ decree ol fomJoesrel.
region of wonderful prosperity. For- killed in a railway wreck near Oakland.} perfecting land titles. '' of How York of lien,rendered by the Boa. Job 0.1 -
""'" Mi ; born 1830. We have closed our West-Palm Beach office
Judge d the ferenth Judicial Cirrait of flow!
tunes, with health, are as certain to Any business from the Lake Worth a ction or
THE U. S. SENATE has just decided reward effort and self-denial here northern part of Dade County should be re- Ida, in and for Dade County Ck&tttj IQ..
asia This Date In Hlstor -March 21. erred either to our Tpasville or Miami office, Wrote Over$15ooooooo.oo ting, in Chamber, on the Beth tSar of'e "
that governor has no right to 61 1 the Klondike gold fields. and'wttkreeelve: prope.attention. ary, A. D..1898, in the chancery leans t> ,
1816-Pocahontas, Indian princess ,. TltusviB, Brevard' ;and Miami Dade
an original vacancy for D.8.Senator Mr. Brewer, evidently had his eyes wife of'John Colfe -r;..:;' County County, Florida. 10-21-97 [1 ia peodfDIwbereln Xettia 8. Hart ti 0o.
So, according to this decision Florida died of smallpos: at Graves- : j .- plainant and Ihe11& Jones sari ari4'l,:
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open while on hw tour and not only end, England;! boin 13&, j *: Jones are defend&ntx,the and Spedal
I'JlA.'f, .PO'EE. D. c.CAMPBBU
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will have no Senator in Senator appreciated a good thing when he 1893-JohAnna Sebastian Bach I f Matter.in Chancery" will oa
I'aaco'n from greatest musician of the POPE.#,bAMPBELI. New Insurance
place March 4th to the saw it but was both willing and ani- famous family born at : 1 VA Monday April 4, 1838,
following November election. Eisenach; died 1750. j between tie hour of 11 o'clock f* IU for
ions to tell others about it. !/ A TTORNi.tlNiJ COUNSELLORS AT LAW.'Tjlif .
1775-Lucien Bonaparte, second I' "'.... During noon and 8 o'clock ia the tf teraooa, ia head|
""'" We could not have written any brother of:Napoleon I, :: East-Bay Street, I of the Court House door at Jnao.Ddt Costae

OTHER COUNTIES ARE MOVING in the better, if as good, a short description 1804 born-Publication in Ajaccio of died the famous 1840. "Code JtJARKt Napoleon 8-5-97 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. 1897.- i ty Florid, sell at public anettoa. for ewh. taf''

I of the attractions over on the ," the law of Franco'Iiinoo'that 'daJe.In |i the highest bidder, the foIlo.| -1aeeriteatpremises "
of "
matter good roads and old Dad .
the, judgment; of Napoleon's sharpest and all right, title and Interest d{ R
should also wake up on this suhjec t East Side than Fish Commissioner critics, this code w a monument to'b-ie He. HOOD. M. D.> ..t /-, II said dofendanta therein tad being tht p {. '

I for if any needs road Brewer has in the above, but he is greatness. On the tame da; the Due "BasHaw des mentioned in the CoaplalBaat'e WQ ef
good '
county
". ; d'Enghien was shot at ViDl ennea by Bonaparte's PHYSICIAN AND 81/IIStON. .; .' tI complaint, viz ,
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Dade County surely does, and neP.dst not the only one that acknowledgesthe order. Napoleon's: warmest' ,admirers : J ; '', e'ilb j Being the East half (nil id Lot Ntater_

bad, and now is the time u, unsurpassed attractions of Palm 1S06! Benito du Pablo not attempt Juarez to Mexican eicuee this statesman crime. Office. .and Hotel:Residence;PALM ,BEACH.near Royal Poinciana 121.97w.puii : } Life1n.sura1, . Bight l N). in Block Forty (40). Ia tU t.owa.-

take action for the sooner the work Beach as ;i winter resort, for in the ::1 of pure Indian blood born in Oaxacataled 1 I ,. f Force ; plat of Went Palm Ueaeh. Dade Coonty Rsa:-
187;. *, ; ., J" ofOver 'da.. A,, E. HEY3ER.
ii< started on them the better, even last issue of the Miami Metropolis it 1800-Jules(Claude Gabriel)Fabre French liberal nv;" M. D., : :: ; 1 W..L METCALK, special Muter,

kindly and editorially : statesman, born at Ljons!died li& i I Solicitor for Complainant. .
do bat little says
though we a at a time 1863-Genera Edwin Vibse. bunii.er: a distin- PHYSICIAN AND; SURGEON. L' : Marrh3,189SJ5t. *
for do something we must. I Palm Beach is the loveliest winter guished Federal soldiercwho organized,the I -
Second army corpi., died in Syracuse, N Office in rear of Dimick's Drug Store. #950,000,000.00 '
........ resort: in the United States; it is Y.: born in Eottou 1;.,7.1891General Residence-West Side ot Olive Street, 3 Doors
without a peer; the beauty of thee Joseph E. Johnston died in Washington South of Clematis Avenue. I, ,
STATE NORMAL MESSENGER, is th Hotel Royal Poinciana grounds is ; bon 0014 ; 8-26.96 'WEST PALM BEACH FLA. And Has
188&-Professor Henry L..Tr:ppee, LL. D., of
title of a neat little quarterly No. 1, unrivalled; and the Palm Beach Inn, Lehigb university, rli'o a veteran soldier -

Vol. 1, of which is just at hand It only a few feet from the rolling surf and war historian,died at Bethlehem Pa.' : R B. PQFI EY, M. D.. a "
born1B2l .
I "d
id at DeFuniak of the Atlantic also has charms SurplusOver
published
Springs, peculiarly ,_ >"o :
J evidently in the interest of the State its own;,the combined attractions This Date In History March 0 22 3-23-93 PALM BEACH tAj 1 I ,

Normal School, aa the principal of. of the two are irresistible. 1664-Cession of New Netherlands to the Duke I .
Many tourists have been turned of York by Charles II of A. PUGU, f fIti.H .
the school C. L. Hayes, is the editorof England. J. .. : .$48 OOO.OOO._ I
from Palm Beach this winter 1830-Duel: at BJaden&bnrg, Md., between Com- I
the paper. It will be of interest tall o away modores Barron and Decatur; both wounded DENTIST. .- ,
teachers and those interested in for lack ol space to accommodate ,the latter mortally. Decatur WIS verse Crowu and Bridge Work a 8peclJ ty.. -- -
the crowd-such are its charms. to dueling, but consented to satisfy his an Local Anaesthetic Hued in Extractionof
educational matters in this Slate tagonist, declaring that he would aim at Teeth. I '
We appreciate such praise for we Barren's hip. His shot took effect there. Teeth Fxti acted Without Pain. Strongest Comp'yIn
and its
as subscription price is only meant Barron's ball Cashed 'through Decatur's OFFICE-4th Door from Cor. Clematis Ave. I .
know the editor who wrote it body, and he died that and Olive St. ,
fifteen rents a year, they all should 1 night1822Rosa I
take it.BLANCa. every word of it and was willing Bonheur artist,,born in Paris. 7-2-98 WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA. the World .1.1I seie ,

.. 1882- Goethe, the poet:died at Weimar; borne ,' -
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others should know just what h at Frankfurt-am-Mam 1743. ( ** I

K. BRUCE, the Register of thought o.; us. J.gg.2-Dr.,and emeritus David Hayes professor Agnew.at, noted the University surgeon L. f. DANIEL I Any One'Oontemplat- ,

the Treasury, died in Washington To ;o away from home, here is another of Pennsylvania, died. DENTIST ing Insuring Hisor :,' "
1806 -Lady Isabel Burton, widow of Captain :
t on the sixteenth. He was the greatest opinion, this time taken from Sir Richard Burton, died in London. COCOA. INDIAN I RIV R. FLORII. A.1.26.83 '>

and most conspicuous colored the Manufacturers' Record as partof Thomas Hughes, author of "Tom Brown's Her Life,
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School Days... died. at_Brighton England;., ALLACE R. HOSES ,
man in the country at the time of an interview bad with William C. born 1824. W Should Write to the '

his death and next to Fred. Douglas, Seddon, a leading tanker and' brokerof "t'Ii v Successor to -4. W. Robert, The

the best representative of his race. Baltimore Md., and belonging to This Date In Hjstory-March. 23, REAL ESTATE\{ INSURANCE. U ndersi ned.COUPON. .,

He was born a slave in Virginia i in the well-known Virginia family of 1309-Peter the Cruel, king of :.. Agent for West Palm BeaA Town Lot, also I ----. ,
Castile, shin: born 1321; West Palm Beach Water Works.
1841 was elected U. S. Senator from that name who was one of our visitors fang 1350.. ".., .a m". NOTARY PUBLIC. I
ni died Clematis Avenue, near Olive Street.
Mississippi in 1875, was Register of here eatlir in the seasoy., :He 1 jMO-Pope elected tjulina 1550.1006Jnstna _* *; ''c 521.97 West Palm Beach, Florida. I :.

the Treasury under President Garfield say: historical Uptdus writer,and eminent critic (., I >\' GUY I. METCALF, PEREZ F. HUFF Manager, .

afterward of "It would be useless to attempt to .
Register Deeds in died. Thp
the District of Columbia and about describe the magnificence of the Hotel 1801-Crazy Paul emperor of \{ A ,. NOTARY PUBLIC, Equitable Life of N.Y., '
Russia, murdtred by a 'It'' ''. For the State of f/ rida'iit Jacksonville Florida.I Sun.
Royal Poinciana at Palm Beach, Large. .
*
nix months ago was appointed Reg. band of nobles; born 1754. ASXA a 'U .
and the that Deed, Mortgages Leaaea; and.,Contracts
grounds surround it. 1819-Augustus Frederick EotBOTTA..
later of the Treasury by President' All that one might imagine of tropical -. zebue, German dramatist, died; born" 176L Drafted.Conveyancing a.Specialty. would like to receive an example -' .
McKinley. 1888-Morrison R-".Waiter chief justice Of the All Work Guaranteed Legally Correct -
"'" beauty, of palms and flowers of United Statesdied. in Washington_ ; born Office In TROPICAL SUN Block of jour NEW POLICY

The first number of the East Coast magnificent grounds covering many ISSO-General ISIS. Robert Cumming_ ; Schecck? soldier West Palm Beach Dade County, Florida. adapted to my age. .

acres brilliantly illuminated by elec lawyer, congressman, and:ex-minister
Republican, published at Melbourne tric lights artistically arranged to England;died in Washington, aged 81. M. D. L. DODSON.
Fla., conies to us this week among the is 1891-:Anna Charlotte Lynch Botta author,died I was born on the......;....,day of
palm trees than
among more in New York
city; born tola. Ex-Governor
our exchanges. As the name indicates fulfilled by this reality Lucius Robinson died in EJmira. N. Y.; 0. A Chance to do Your

,l t politics are Republican,while Thp above opinions hav been coincided born 1810.ISDestructivecyclone. swept' over Mississippi ; t ......................... ...........18.........
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generally its columns will be devotedto in by others both in I ; 13 deaths; damage to property, &: Miami,. Florida. .
oaauy '
oooooa a t 5 : ', e aS
the agricultural moral and educational I- public and private this season, and it I : -S Name........................................
,, interest of the East Coast. This Date In 24
all goes to prove what we have for along History-March WHEN in Jacksonville be sure and visit -
Charles Vickerstaff Hines formerly 1644-The commonwealth of- Rhode Old Friend, who will .' 6 .
connected with the time claimed-thut this place is founded. .Island. your with Bargains in surPriseyou Address...............:.................... .f ;' ; k ;

Inter-Ocean of! the Saratoga of the South and bids 1773-Philip Stanhope, earl of Chesterfield, author 1().21-97 -
Chicago, is editor, and James T. fair I't ; of famous letters, died; born 16&4. Dry Goods Clothing and .. -
to even outrival Saratoga in i its Lord Chesterfield was a noted courtier r, Gen ts' .'nl nishiug8.
Hogg, u bustling real estate ._ ,
man I 1 orator and wit of the ""
time of
palmiest days for, asa winter resort, George L D. SINGER, ?
and U. S. Commissioner at Mel- "He was at the head of the ton," wrote Manager ,
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palm' Beach hn rival. ii Bridge Street Near Bay FRANKLIN SHESN. GEO. O. Job11
no ;: BUTLER
Macaulay, "in the days when, in order to
bouts' is I 1 i1-i3 C7 JACKSONYIU.E, DtUNDERtAKIN'G
manager. Mr. Hines wields 1!I be at the head ct the too it was not uec PLO \ QUEEN & BUTLEU.
a trenchant pen and believes ii\ publishing eary to be dull and'@ perciliotL" The est- -

A CITKICACID FACTORY istO b? builtat tare are distim+raislr d for beauty of, sty la "' SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS.
u paper that is above yellow and thorough knowledge of the world. 4
San (Dhu. Cal. this
summer.ThU .. 'O>lco at West Palm Beach
1801-Alexander I became czar of Russia,
nr.lil4m and snc-
jour one that can be read wakes the second frlctur Y' of ceeding his father, Paul' Land legally aab-dlTlded and map tar "J

in every home. We believe that however that kino fur the southern part of 1808 Maria Felicia Garcia famous as ;Ume. GEO. H. MA T1TBY. ing nhlhed.sclectlnJr and estimating and timber grading a apeclaltv.lands beat Care .
much Malibran, singer, born in Pane, died IbUS. ful and correct work ,
we may differ in politics, California. The lemons that these 1844 Thorwaldaen, famous Danish sculptor, .., mnnicatlons by: mall receive guaranteed.prompt All atten con _>>t.'.C ,
that we am join hands with brother factories died at Copenhagen; born.1770,. tion. Maua and Blue Prints at Lowest I'ri- '; ,
uetr are raised in their immediate L1866-Marie AmeUe de Bourbon, ex-queen of Care and rot'!;. WEST PALM, BEACH. FLA. 117.95,
Hines in his efforts to publish a high vicinity, but the I limes are* the rrenchdied'; in Bole at Claremont, Embalming of the Dead

toned home Whether the little ,, England; born 17S2. Queen Marie wasp the ? 20 Years
paper. mostly shipped 1 in from al extC i. daughter: FerUuuind i. king of>the, Two Experience. 1S EI1NOL BARBER SHOP,
town of Melbourne can two "* Sicilies.' She married the Duke'of .J.Jl "
support Such Orleans, t .ii
a factory ..
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would p'a'y'here. and :: afterward Login Phjlivpe who 1 abdicated .. .. ;\ D. M.GE iURIDEAU, Manager
papers is an open question. How. furnish, a market for both our lemons J during the revolution of.1"1. g:' Funeral S u Jp"lies in FIRST.CLASS
Stock
ever, we greet brother Hines as a and limes.. IS I I 18 -General Baron Jomini. f&uous: writer. on, ?- 1 >> !. TONSORIAL WORK. work
military science, died; born 1779, u" New
member of the Florida journalistic .S! .. Furniture-Eyerythlng Neat
1817-Thomas Walter Bagthot, writer l
and authority
gaN'
Iur ubscrTho fo'r q:1J, S tin. ; on. ecbnomiQi and 1 """m, died; T '"P4Iruit8l'e store, Neat Pain and Clean..
t I b-n1 :\. -' t J3eaefi j"101'14& Shop under Seminole Hotel,, .
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-. ., ,. ..,. '.' ." THE'" ..' .-_TROPICAL i ._iJiHrn 1jlHn...-T..i.SUN..... ,*.,-*-WEST. .-.,**r--..,,_PALM.*-.. *.. -BEACH. ... _FLORIDA, :.THURSDAY, .-ARCH, .24,1898..--.".1-,'.- .' $ ...... "', -b .',:,".,.J:::;,-...

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ART'1ft. /EMBROIDEBIES.e""" .4...BIRDCAGE r -=-' STANDS. :, 1Fheuireitlagji. ..orlrie. ...' '..P t l.' ,"-. '. d DEALER
fe"O_ f'eRtllNiJ. l can 00.:,5 """' ;>' m: E.: RUEER HARDWARE
,Pretty and Convenient BatJDK PIMM : Iff..
-. e "6NS FOR'SOFA'' PILLOW, the. Household_8cn pter. J. A. CRAIG &. BRO. r

e Mtb TOIt $ET.n. Wooden birdcage stands' 'are popular .. FOR ..
--' --
In Germany, and it is a common sightin X and

tsetE.e !oh'Cidie. I. drtktle.. that country 'to see the old "haua MEN'S FURNISHINGS Crockery .
Made-Lebsztloa Iran"seated with her work on the little _
laaaj
"
Fort .llaktega We carry the Largest Line of v ... aM Neat TeiUi Wltkt8f Tldu table below the cage, chirruping to her : Glassware,Lamps aDd Lanterns. .,_ ,

........" favorite. But German birdcage stands Hats andNegligee curr EDKOW sooaaCN4 All Kinds of Boat Goods. ,.
are heavy pieces of furniture taking up : "

4 AB effective and irtirtic dwign for a so much room that, they would not be ShirtsJ ,':;- ..,..... '-. } -U.- Stores Tinware Doors Saab aDd. BlliuSI''' '
4 efa cttj&ian ii the dragon. dragon tolerated in any'country less devoted to t..be found in the State: Sole_Agents for r ) 1'. L' All Kinds of Fishing Tackle and Sporting Goo4s.

M spa fallow Ulcerated in The American Feathered pets. The passion for keeping Knox and Youmans Hats. Gasoline Stoves Blue Flame Kerosene Ml Store

Qaeeowas don In a combination of birds is a regular mania in Germany, : ; : -_ Harrison Bros.Ready Mixed,Paints. _
and few indeed are the houses without Everett Block.239 W.Bay Street 4. '- = ll-l
<
Mail Order. Given :Z:OZOIDpAtt.aAUODo 97
wrtHai -
tan{ and short and fish net 8-197 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
one or more.
fttefeei, tfe iota oo the dngca'i tideitehtf Now 'a cage ought to be hung in the -
worked k Ibis latter Utch. Thii t tUnmatc
window for birds depend:: on light and
air quite as much as we do so the cage
BEELSFOED EROS:
table must be small and light to take
up little space at the side of the window able
a A stand which carries out this s 1 s ICO'FFEE
idea has'a simple standard like'that of E. RealEstateandInsurancePalm

a standing parlor, lamp the standard
being prolonged above 'the little round

t tft. table top and curving over to form a Beach, Florida. ,,' <

IttIAaox hook from which the plain ,round cage
Unmatchable! because house that knows all about coffee .
great
la suspended. The stand top forms a a Notary Fixblic Cot to Rent
resting place for small plants. A pretty brands it "As unmatchable," and a great firm's name is staked up- .ses :4 .' rf
effect can be brought" about for a parlor on it. Because! is the finest coffee produced and dry roasted;
Poindana MoteL
because! it is thoroughly cleaned as it is meant for the personal use 6-1-97 Post-Office Building North of .

of refined people; because! anyone,-once tasting it will never want

any other; because! and chiefly, causel the pric -35 ,cents, per
pound-places this unmatchable coffee within reach of the masses;
because! it is better coffee than any that has ever been uffered in aLYOSLLSY0a8II. GEORGE CHASEKJLEURH lOWI19.

West Palm Beach.
!PARKf'S1 I IPARKESI I ESTABLISHED 1886S.li.STORER&CO.
SOFA rnxow.a _
9Mf
( rather a difficult stitch uulesa one 1r .K.W L. W. Burkhardt Bros.

6eea It very carefully. It ia a sort of

Widely tepanted buttonhole stitch at ..
'-' .# "- 'Finest Groceries. ..
feat, bM Tery IooeeJ1'tbeD the proms I
ia repealed from tb6 opposite direction; .".
to altetfiaUag tpaciag. catching the 1 '
.tsld&e of each of the previous stitchea Wholesale Commission Dealers :

and hddloa it in place by a abort stitch '
Icto the material This design should VI and Shippers of all Kinds of : .

to doiM ia heavy rope silk and goldthread Baker & Holmes 1

if the ,
appliqued only outline
"
Lobsters ,
stitch to aced and in a lighter weight : : :
---{ WHOLESALE. DEALERS IN > .
float to more compact work. If puttees -

a Hob material, it will make
avery

bandanna pillow' but it can berery Cotton Sfifid.... Mfial. and.... Fertilizers U w IJIIk.. r:: : --i- .:. .0' .
read. effective on inexpensive cot* ---- -- -- -- -- ----- '
tea or'silt sad cotton staffs and the coreatico NOVEL STANDS FOK BIBDCAGE& 1F1 con t s noi 0 'II r .',
braid sewed on instead of the by gilding the whole stand. The flowers Hay, Corn, Oats Flour, Feed, Grits and Meal. ,
also add a touch of color and brightness
embroidery. This has quite the effect ; ., "
-
embroidery! but takes much less time to the whole.Sometbing. ".:. .' ,,- '..,,.>, ,: : : Turtle.
be ", "
'unique may accomplished Materials ='
and effort Building _. ,., 1 '
The maguifie quoted also illustrated by studying a quaint Chinese fjoeooeea
effect but this must be carefully carried
an original design for a toilet set In
this the tiger lily is gracef ally arranged out in every particular for if an ordi- ,Lime Brick, Cement, and Plasternig Hair. Particular Attention paid to consignments from Florida.
round substituted for
nary cage were a
in ruaaiag from the back
center sprays to the. middle front; the&repeatfrig upper Tiny pagoda pots th'e.of effect ferns would could be ornament disastrous.the Tough on Flies," / ': 7 :' : ii-xs-s7 16 Fulton Fish Market, NEW YORK
|M MMWMMMHHIVM>nBHH H BBB BBHHBnMMW ? <> jr
ia i&Terta order it forms like
a pat.
lower stand as well as the upper and Guaranteed to Protect;:Horses and Cattle against Flies.( <
tern on fee otae? ball of the mat Itia
the cage must be. fastened in the center .
'. sew that a eery simple' way of making so that the seeds Master Dicky scatters H.18-97 Office. Main and Kay Sts., Jacksonville, Florida. .
1Ub. toilet is
set to uae a heary quality
T v. CASHEN
will be caught among the flowers. .
of eld bleach linen cot the size of
Green stain with a brass cage would be ,
the, baroaa and hem. .
top fringed or most suitable for this arrangement as ..
stitehed along the'edael.. On this the it is not BO well adapted to handsome . . .-. .-. '. -. .- -. . . . . . '..-
design is worked in simple outline stitch "- .Manufacturer of and Dealer in
bard wood as is one of heavier and more
with bevy white silk or linen enibroidcry
substantial make which may be called
thread or eYeD a fine quality of cot-
toll will do equally well and be less expstiTe. stand.the dining room or parlor birdcage OYSTERS: *

The cushion is treated In the .. YELLOW PINE LUMBER
This will recommend itself to the -
: ,
an* fdaple style, and a neat eerrice .j '. .
practical,and, tidy housekeeper as the O
able and dainty set results for little larger table top will more efficaciously Are excellent eating when you can get them, FRESH* That is the ,

lie trouble aced or instead> expense.of the Colored white If linen preferred may prevent the seeds from, being scatteredall only way we have them; We get them fresh here'Every Day from .And Timber.
about, and the little drawer is designed .
aDd the embroidery still done in white for their safe custody. The support the finest oyster beds in Indian River,and open them to order any
fizzes lawn be embroid-
or may carefully
end ia long and short stitch in the could from be raised which still the higher cage is if suspended the lower way you want them-serve them on the half-shell or fill your order Mouldings Turned Work. Fancy Scroll Work, .' .'

natural colors of the flower and put over part is desired more as a worktable. for a gallon or a barrel. Call and see us at the City Dock.GARDNER'S : Pickets, Lath, Orange and Vegetable Crates..:",
a pale green or orange lining. This .

should tried then with be ribbon edged bows with lace Thisde-and Water Filter Jacksonville, Florida, 10-28.97()
;
Because a filter is a filter it is not OYSTER HOUSE

necessarily good and efficient one, and II ,

there are without doubt many thou, .
sands in use that are a source of actual ; FRANK C. GARDN Proprietor. ;
1-6-98
pollution rather than of purification. On .
l the sideboard of an elderly lady an old .. Tie Sonthorn Fuel i and Supply CompanyWlaoleu.le

black filter has been standing ornament :- '!XX!..
for the last; 15 years. She evidently -
And Retail Dealer In
:- -:
considers.that in buying it she made --
sufficient sacrifice for a lifetime to the
of The that New house; best accommodatious on the: Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Gem
cause hygiene. water passes ,
through that filter has a decayed, earthy L FRE H TEL East Coast;. table firstCJaSs. and every

taste, and one loses oneself in conjecture 1. convenience and comfort; hot and cold ent, Shingles and Laths.

+ as to what abomination of corruption baths; modern improvements; in center of the famous pineapple section; close

one would find inside the block if it to the Inlet; fish and oysters in abundance.
were broken open but its possessor'sfaith Vitrified: Paving and Sidewalk Brick. ,

l in its virtues is unimpaired and Terms Moderate.
would be touching if it were.not ridicu-

lous. J. L. JENSEN, Proprietor. ; <'
Dr. Andrew Wilson, with sound com-
Office 408 West Say Street.
mon sense advises people to have no JENSEN, BBEVARD COUNTY; FLORIDA. '

filter at all if they cannot hare the best r4 *Don't fail to stop at Jensen when visiting the Indian River.. =a1697z Jacksonville Florida.

but to content themselves with boiling ; .: ..aI ,,,2897"Hew ,
their drinking water to destroy the I
.. ., .
,
activity possible disease germs. Wa : '-< ''- '
nlct'IBIOIi8UU MAT. ter that has been boiled loses its sparkle

sign if also quite appropriate for a side and tastes flat, but it may be easily re- '5

board or serving table cover but in this oxygenated by pouring it at some height to! :, i .. Process'1 Blue Flame Oil Slopes
.l... : .
.
case it II better to have it all white. from OUts vessel to another in the same ., '-" r -.t ,,, ,' .
In embroidering stems it is well aft way as a barkeeper mixes a cocktail '. ",

ct outlining ,them to go back over the Ai i ; Standard Co's Vapor Stoves
work, catching the needle through each Marguerite Padding. FRQSPECTQRS' Light'g _
Mitch where it picks ap the material, The ingredients are 5 eggs a gill of r ,, ,.<. ', w--

thus "cording" it and raising it up I cream a teaspoonful essence of vanilla, OUR EAST COAST AGENTS: -
from the surface of the linen giving it$ a little butter, one-half pint of milk 2 ..... '- .,. "' '-..- .. ''''. .--I"" "" ..
more Dasuralappeuance. ounces of powdered sugar, 10 ounces of : _AND4' J H Niver,Daytona J C Frink, Stuart
W P New M E Gruber, West Palm Beach
hints for the brown sugar some red currant jelly Shryock Smyrna .
The general
** are embroidering
;;
and ; 'J..f .f Frank T Budge, Titusville M B Lyman, Lantana
crushed ice. 1 '
of these patterns, but thereis Edward Selling, Cocoa Stranahan & Co Fort Lauderdale
such a wide range of colors and materials Separate the yolks from the bites of ( { -- INQUIRERS ?
\ Ge1 Paddison & Co, Eau Gallie Jordan & Spivey, Lemon City
y t embroidery silks, linens and cottons eggs Put the yolks in- a basin and .. Hodgson( Bros Eau Gallie D R Knight, Lemon City t
braids and gold threads to select whisk up a little then add the pow- .,. ,-.-' A Y W Hogg & Co, Fort Pierce Frank T Budge. Miami
from that it is impossible to give teryapdh dered sugar and the cream. Melt the -, Will find THE TROPICAL SUN Geo E Coon, Jensen W W Culbertsoa, Cocoanut Grove
direction. for what suits one brown sugar in a stew pan and allow it ; ;
would not appeal in the least degree .to to get an amber color(not caramel), put loaded to the muzzle every week with ,'>. ,;, The Raymond D. Knight Co.

another and often the same design it in the milk and boil up then stir it just the information they want. _" <;/r*.: -
,worked ia different stitches on richer or into the basin containing the egg yolks ;r' SOLE STATE AGENTS
it and be convinced. ,
Try
poorer material dainty or strong col etc.Have ,. .
cars will present so entirely a diverse ready a well buttered padding tfiptiou 10-21-97 Jacksonville Florida.
eSert that it is almost unrecognizable mold add the flavoring essence to the S'.r" Price-1 year, $2; Six Months, $1; Three Months, SOctsTHE

la its varied methods of treatment. mixture and strain it into the buttered ;.L'; .",', ... "- : \ ',N, i ,
mold. Put the mold in a flat stewpan : :

Caiekea 10..*. containing 'some boiling water let it '. :

This ii a little! troublesome to prepare come to the boil over the fire then placea J.T THOS. NOONEY & SONS

-' bet after you have once 'tried it buttered paper on top and steam in i :

; JOG will declare it was worth any trouble the oven for rather more than an boar .

for it is a delicious luncheon dish, When done allow to cool and set it in .. .
a basin. Surround the mold with crushed -' -- -- --.
lays The Puritan, authority for the following Commission MerchantsIMPORTERS
directions: ice and keep it thus for at least one bour. ,

Take any bits of chicken yon have, To serve dip the mold in warm water
for a second or two uninold on to a cold
chop as flat u possible, then pound in EARMAN HOUSE -
dish and decorate the with red cur-
bowl do top
a mortar-or a deep will -nn- ,
: tit the meat is a regular paste. Bub it rant jelly ..: c/' "
and Domestic
through a sieve, then mix with a tablespoonful Pattern'Dresaea. Is now open, for Winter Travel. ;Foreign .l

i of melted butter a cup of as Among novelties already on the shop :Best of Accommodations. .
rich milk as JOB can get, salt pepper counters are pattern dresses in organdie, Fruits and
Table : Market Affords. Produce
'. and th.'o1k'lDd whites.of 2 eggs beat batiste etc. These pattern dresses are -Best'the' .., .!. : ,

a ea separately and'as light as possible. made in either circular or bell shape. -- .. -Battis ia. Contte. etiors. .*"'* ,
Mow eggs are improvement, but two They are finished with ruffles of embroidery Rates Reasonable. Short Distance from the Depot "' wm do very well )Hil little paper cases and lace insertions Embroidery WHOLESALE
individual baking dishes about half and insertions match those \\Jdres -CROCERS
or to ou ;MRS. 8. K BARMAN .
fall and lake.-in a.'hot. oven for. 15- min &the skirts come by the yard. for bodies ", 'V ,

,"-' .... and sleeves. 114-97 IJ WEST Pl'LY. BEACH FLA., ACXSONVI-r- IT J FLORIDA. X789


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_6 THE TBOPICAL SUN, .SST PALM H1 1! q PLORIDA' 7 YPJitfRf! t ?1! <. :_ ,




THEHENOFTHEFARM Gray African PROFITABLE Crow.Fast GEESE.and An Resdy t Dcean teBJQ.ihip'Gomp D.y']K!llgsIafl4ill ,& ,Ctn to t I

'GIVES A" GREATER. PROFIT PRO.RATA, For Market IB Ten Weeks, "SAVANislAH / ,
*** African raisers LINEfFlorida 1
THAN A COW. Gray geese are by many (<<.',Wi > ,. _
considered the most profitable of all '
geese to keep. They grow the heaviestin Market -' !NIW-YOSS,.
Property Treated the b a Money Maker, the shortest space of time and are %. ..- .. .. 'fi' ,\,/-.. .5. Fulton I ", 1 .
bat ea To. Maay Farms the Hen Doe for.market in weeks FISH.,
ready ten weigh- eTa New York And'Boston. HOLESALFlbi4d&.DEALEB8'ffiAlLIIM!
Vet Have ?air Chaaee to Show Whhi ing at that age between eight and ten d ,
She Cu Do. pounds. They are very much like. the t nl ? : .

Pekin duck in this respect and as com- A,;:;Short Flail Ride to S- :: _1. ,, e;
The famer'a hen livery apt to be a { ; :
mongrel fowl and in truth the care pared with other geese give the most A Short Sea Voyage. FIsh
satisfactory returns for the least labor
which abe receives would put one of
and time spent in growing them. They Sailing from Savannah: .
finer breeding to shame la it not a fact J 'J
that on the majority of farm the poultry are according to standard weights u 5 Ships Each Week 5
heavy as the I'ouloose and Embden,
are treated with less attention than :
but specimens are not uncommon that
any other,living thing about the place? .ASpeei&1tLCoas3gnnsssstf. :
The average henhouse ia a disgrace to They exceed are these first weights class- layers by several and pounds. All ticket agents and.hotels are supplied: with;sailing;,Khednjqj., .Write..for gen. : '- .
the farm and to ita occupants It is average stet information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation, or call_OD.
about 40 eggs in a season. This is considered
filthy, ill lighted and ventilated and as,a low estimate for their egg .E. H. HINTON Traffic Manager! ,, WALTER aav KH sla; Pass..Agt, Sausltasd. 1.1-8T
wanning with insect life. IB it any ''. .
production. For table they are Savannah Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. 3-to
wonder the hens desert it in summer esteemed highly, purposes their flesh being .. ._..: .. .,. ._ ? !;. # -sr f .'\ j'
very
and take to the trees, the farm imple-. .
fine and flavored.
Bjenta of the fences? nicely I .. .-- -. : .
I ;l" ; ;
These have a' large bead, with I
*' 'Very many farmers declare that hens geese I
a large knob and a heavy dewlap under SEMINOLE HOTELtel.
are a nuisance, and as commonly kept NEW
the throat. These and the Chinese
there U DO doubt that this is true. They
geese are different from the others inthe I" ,
with that do '
emphasis they not get -
: way : -
head and are the only two,breeds I --
figgi enough to pay for half what the I"f Only Brick. .toTowm.PA.LM .,
bens eat, and this u also true. Yet the : \ -
; imps ought not to be blamed for the .. WEST : : :' EJbAQ. PLA. -

mlemansgementwhich brings suchpoor ,
WSlts*..Jt.one-haU the care and attention Harecentfy been completed, uUtJ ia thfciaast stab
which they deserve were given f PROSPECTORS S ; _. THE SEMINOLE stantial manner and.elegantly. uxsfsiiejH, at1&tttlCD

these much maligned bipeds, there high ground fronting.Lake Worth and commandipg magnificent,ttnobstrected.yiew -
1 would be no more complaint in this di each way, and guests enjoy perpetual breete p fafl; aU,4Jrcetions.
rection. Properly treated, there is no
better money producer about the farm -A1 p- + Cuisine,and. Service__ Strictly;mst-CI &
J than the hen. She will give a greaterprofit .;: 7. (-Jc w losti. >
t Ratw: 12 per toy and op. Special Rates' 6y flee ? .
'I pro rata than a cow. '

I! rem'The U spring we would is the have time good to begin materialto busi- .era. INQUIRERS 11497' GEORGE() .ZAPF,, Manager,,

work with the following winter. PAIR OF GRAY AFRICAN GEESE. .,.. _' ., '" ._, r ." ,j-;:: ." ; v

( If egg production is the desideratum that have the knob on the head Will find THE TROPICAL SUN JACKSONVILLE; F OfIPli
.. .
elect one of thin laying breeds and obtain The bills of the Africans are rather POPE&McLAUmFruits _
.,
JyHQUBAL"-
bailed to the muzzle week with
eggs for hatching as early in the large and stout at the base, and their every &, J"

; season as possible. Older hens often lay necks are long. Their backs are long Just the information they want
' J during winter, but it is, the pullets i and fiat, breasts round and moderately andCommission Produce

which must be the main dependence for i full, and they have large. long and upright Try it and he convinced. .
i fill. If batched early and carefully bodies. The wings are large and .
Suhsjriptioh Price-1 year, $2: Six Months, $1;Three Months, 50cts
tended, they will begin laying early. strong and are folded well against the Merekat .
In order to get best results cornmeal body. The thighs are short and stout. II .!""- !,.
should not be fed as a steady diet to and the shanks of medium length. The Grades of
Fancy
:& ftriH
:1lev: tt at3td Chi..j
I ,
growing chicks. Wheat is excellent, knob is black and the dewlap of a gray <

u U also bran slightly moistened. color while the plumage of the neck is '. ,",..<.,, ".. .'t.' '".'-. .",".". We Solicit. .Your. Business.We .
- Ground oats are good fed in the same light gray with a dark stripe running .t : .
way. ,but avoid feeding this grain whole from the head to the body. The back is' only solicit the businw+ *of Merchant and. Will Not All. orders fromihould Co
buy from their home dealers. Ifr-S-ff
ar the sharp ends may pierce the crop. dark gray the plumage/: of the breast is ,. .
*""'Chicks 'should be fed regularly and gray, and the under part of body is
ia a cleanly manner Avoid wet ground light gray. The wings and tail are -

if yon would not iuvite disease. Give dark gray and the thighs are light ED. S. HAINSS.JVIaehinists. z..our
milk either sweet or sour. Chicks are gray. The eyes are hazel or brown; bill, '

particularly fond of cottage cheese or"Datcb'4 black shanks, toes and web are of dark .1 Miami, on,Bay Biscayne, Florida: fiAI $ BOTI4Z,
cheese u U is called aud isIs orange color.
a perfectly safe food for them. The The standard weight of the adult H o t e 1 M'laml.Th Most Southern Railroad? Point in -
trouble U So supply the demand. is and Engineers
20
gander pounds; adult goose 18 5 the United States. ,
Drinking vessels should be kept scrupulously pounds; young gander, 16 pounds and Accommodations for and<-
Zoo Guests. Hotel Homelike Comfortable.
clean. Wash them out frequently young goose 14 pounds. -AGENTS,F0! '-.-;-
ly fill with fresh water daily. Fowlsare U.I6-97 S. GRAHAM, Proprietor.

very fond of water and often suffer DUST BATHS. The Gas Engine: antj,' ,Power Coll p&Jty.:
from an insufficient supply. Water is < '. ,
. I the first thing they want in the morning Very Essential to the Health of All. ESTABLISHED 1874. Repair Parts, for their: Kotor. in. Sleek.. -r
i and they will take a drink of it the Fowl .
last thing before to roost AU animals have Conducting a legitimate bajkjng} 1 bjsjngss-} VI
going at nightIf a natural tendency upon strictly commerojl IJges.; .. .," .. Construction and Repair of Intricate Machinery a. Specialty.,: ,
you would have a garden keep it to cleanliness. The hog, the common ;
fenced else the fowls confined.It of filth is I .
or keep type not by any means as :
is useless to expect the two to thrive dirty as we would suppose if 'given an OUR SPECIALTIES
i :
ationaf&nk
otherwise. Hens will scratch and they opportunity to be clean, and in this be First of Florida ,

delight in digging around growing needs only as. much assistance from man ,, R e aIstn. .... Installing....
plants and vines. A two food width of as a horse demands; the result will

wire netting will be sufficient to- keep prove his natural tendency to cleanli -AT- Gas Gasoline, Naphtha,KeroCoUiplelc, Isolated,Lighting
them out of the garden if it is securely ness. The hen has an aversion to bath Jacksonville, Florida sene Vapor. Hot-Air and and Pumping Plants'for'do*:'
fastened and staked to stand erect. They ing in water. Her substitute is the dust Steam Engines, and Scales i of mestic use operated by p p
will rarely attempt to fly over it, but bath, which answers the same purpose Solicits the business of merchants.. personal planters attentionDuarta and fruit growers.. All accounts. have all makes and capacities. gasoline, steam orwtter.". .

will creep underneath if there is a for cleaning her feathers. A dust bath on England and the Continent bought and sold Init ntoirs' Models Constructed with S..y,., an.d Dispatch.porWa..
chance to do so. A flock of 50 Leghorn is very essential to the health of all onjavoxabl tema.

hens rightly managed will keep an average fowls. In winter when the outside JAMES M. SCHUMACHER, President': R. 'C.., COQLY: Cashier. ..
family in groceries besides supply ground is frozen hard a substitute '-'10-21-97 Office and.Works, l.

tug the table with eggs. Is is not necessary should be provided in the shape of a 10-21-f7! Foot of Liberty Street jacIc5oIuiIle, .
to take grocery store prices for box filled with dry sand mixed with .
,', ... .,
telL Among the residents of any townma coal ashes or road dust. REYNOLDS & HULL
be found those who are anxious tsecure o Watch your hens on a bright sunny --
guaranteed eggs and willing to day in winter and see how they enjoy -
pay an extra price for them. Many this bath. They pick the dust into their WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN The
farmeri1 wives obtain from 3 to 5 cents feathers, roll first! on one side and then JacksonJUle" Fertilizer!

A dozen over market price for all their on the other and seem to sift the dry .

eggs in this way,-Country Gentleman. dirt into every part of their feathered }.ish e stsr Q '

coat. It cleanses them and frees them ,. ms E. SUDLQW Gen'l
laatractton In Poultry Culture. from their mortal enemy, the lice. One Manager
To aid in systematizing the study of would suppose that hen lice were very .

poultry culture a poultry plant for edncationtj clean themselves since; they have such a and : and Veetable
purposes has been begun on dread, of dirt, and it is true they cannot Green Ctt'rtZe. ea pp1 s Fel'tiIiws.

the farm of the Rhode Island College of exist where dirt or dust abounds. t ,
Agriculture and Mechanic Arts at The dust bath is therefore
very necessary SERVIOE'
Kingston It is proposed to make the for the health and happiness of TWICE. AWe t DAY.. Ammonia 5-6 per cent. I Ammonia 5-6 per cen.t.AvjylableP. .

teaching of poultry culture a regular your fowls. It should be placed where catered to the beat trade last year and : Available. P. A. 4-5 percent: ..A* 6-8 per,cent.
feature of the agricultural instruction.To the sun can shine into it. This makesit Potash K.)9 0.78 per:cent I Potash K. 0.
d.o' s
are fully prepared to so this season. : 9 petCtllt.,
with,
commence a special four attractive, and your hens will soon

planned week course to begin in in poultry January.culture is tare avail themselves of it-Poultry.Cal 'otto* (Seed <|Fea! and, O ac COt M $i te
The following topics will be consid SPECIAL ATTENTION .
"' Cold Weather E .. Quantities
er2: Poultry plants-planning and establishing Et ? ..;
; buildings- location arrangement It will not pay to scrimp the hens in IS GIVEN TO ORDERS FROM attention
fnniishiug and ventilation. food, shelter or care The farmercare has Special given to_private formulas.15M6S7 ..

breeds.-selection and breeding, spare time during winter to devote to : E9-Send for Pamphlet and prifea.. W. F. A, KSTROJfC, J*.,.Ag$8ttWRITE ,
and management foods and feeding; his fowls; he has grain to feed them The East Side.
.
production of eggs and flesh and fatten and may have comfortable quarters for : FO .

ing; dressing and marketing; incubation them. Many grudge the grain fed to WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. 11-4-97. Wholesale Prices. for Market Gardeners of
and b1'oodiDg-natural and artificial fowls when they are not laying. If sup ,
<
; business methods records and ao- plemented with good care and shelter ...... Reliable Tested Seeds
pounds, etc. Arrangements are being it will be paid for with a good profit. U ,
made to have special experts teach such the grain bin is lowering alarmingly Grown Especially for :Ilorida, P J5\nt1ng

subjects as they are qualified to handle fast, pay no regard, but give the hens BURTON K; BARRS Seedsman
before a class. what they need and they will. fill. thebin ." ,.
when it is empty. BARGAINS JACKSONVILLE.. FLORIDA.
Vd the Fowl 98 M 98 These
Slowly. prices are the same u seeds that are sold
bT reputable eeed III New Ptits
mell York
One of the difficulties in feeding fowls Poultry Potato. del. Imo.,Dd elsewhere.and the easing to time and rreJg t,!1Il.anwnat. to CQDIiduab .
ia that u given by the poulterer the Hens lay larger eggs than pullets. yyy.yy.yy Ig Orders Shipped Same; .Day Received.. 10.31-57

food is in a mass and can be gobbled Eggs from fat hens do not hatch well _

down far too quickly.: In its natural The best layers are usually. the worst We Have a Full Stock of Ladies'
state th a. ,fowl, hunting for food is I sitters. U D. HENDRICKSON:
obliged to eat slowly, one grain at a and Gent Shoes I ,
time. Usually after each mouthful the The nest is the batching place for lice ,

hen is obliged to scratch for more. So I as well as for chickens. Ladies' Dress Goods General
our .
Specialty.Mrs.
tapaified is this instinct that a hen Sand is not a good substitute for Merchandise
chickens will gravel in the poultry yard. ,
w U& scratch and cluck] '
when ahe'cornea to a pile of grain. One Much fat producing food is cot best Frank will be here for a week or so and Wholesale\

of the reasons' why corn is a bad feed for laying or growing fowls. ??; 1t Groceries Paints ditto
Gasolines
will offer Special Bargains. and'S6lIL\ 0 DI
for fowls is that the grain is large, and Supply the laying hens with bones you ,


if the good.shelled fowls The eat and true it thrown way much to too out feed fast by hens handful for their is to oyster have shells fowls and are vegetables.The healthier.when the A Present. with Every, Dollar's worthy Hats, Caps, S Stafc Dry (G Ms,. Seeds,. Trams,,

to scratch for their food.
mix their grain with chaff or straw, so purchased at theBOSTON .
that they must scratch for it If covered Give the hens all of the buttermilkand ewi11L MaQhin s Hard.iat6
with mellow earth, it will be still better skimmilk they will drink. : :

u the dust thus raised will rid the Too much wet or sloppy food given STORE Agent for .
fowls often Mapea'and William A QarfcV ., :1r. :..-
fowls vermin.-American Cultivator young induces scours. .400
.... .. e1'S. .
Keep a variety of poultry. Geese uu MRS. J. FRANK '
An Old Complaint.lIThe ,' ducks pay fully as well: as chickens.. Prop'r. Anti-Friction# 'iron!Marine Railway.
editor, the Lock- For
country says Beau 75 Peetia and
Unless hens length. Under.
hart (Minn.) Phonograph, "is a reliablencyclopedia e will prove rather lay well expensive in winter to keepover. they Seminole Block, on Banjan. Street. ,' WEST: PALM. BEACH. Steamers,.". .. ... '
A subscriber sent him T ] 11-4-87'
""Lake
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this query recently 'What ails my Worth and "Gladys"
bens Every*morning I find one or The eggs of a hen will hatch for ten -
men of them keeled over to rise no&or& days after she is separated from the On Lake Worth.

The reply was; 'The fowls are roosters. Schooner "MARY B."
tad.1ft mat old complaint, and DOth The tame of a breed depends largtb regularly between. : Lake J Worth, and JacfcoaTilli

eao'bt dote except to bury them.'" upon what Jon want to do with,it, PdTRONIZE THE SUN JOB OFK I Free Delivery Boat. on tate Worth,

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THE. nopJC.A.L..SUN.." ., ,' .,_ WEST' PALM- BEACH, FLORIDA,, TBunsDAt"MARC- '24.J.1G93., :: '1'


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'mJ1tIBnEAD'SHOT Wild BUI managed to let the Yankees : -.T"
COCO .
... ..... .", ..,...".."tp. "eo-the other aide know t.b hewas, one City Directory MRS.G. B.STEPHESSC ASTJT_GROVE.. I tructor ,,SAMTTEL MILLER.- ,- ," CLARENCE- G.BRASS.: '' :: -
of the reckless riders, and they trained W.J.SEONE ._..p...__ --8opery or Established 184L f Ji: 'ra:; -
WILD MO, THE ARMY SCOUT AND their shots- the ----I.--- : :
upon sergeant, but failed COCOA PWJM.
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ORDER 'REGULATOR. to bring him down At last some one in OFFICERS.BOARD MRS. TE" Jn'T.OBE."iCHAlYInstruetor S1B1MILLR&CO1IWHOLESALE :

.nflashg the Yankee 'crowd-there were thou.sanda E.F.GLENN LAMOND_-. ..___ .. .3tayot-Clerk.H A.F. Ni???,,.,..., rt. ,...:mn Supervisor

Detds M s Soldier IB tbecrtOawylaf palely of 'both armies looking on-cried 1. LIVINGSTONAssessor EVERGLADE. l 'c,
JW.B.KALTBYreasuru MINNIE M.MAY_,_......._Instruct..r
.......-I. .... lsaemy's. L1see Is"m;: but,' "Bull, for Wild Bill!" "Then the ED.A.GRAHAM .?...,...,--Marshal WSC.FISHEB.. ._.__Supervi80r

Pe vs to General Curtis. sergeant suspicioned me," said the LINTOX.

!>ieT The Peace omen, chi Kfmt in telling this story, "for he OF ALDERMEN. W.A.H.HnRBa., .'.,_.. ,_..Instructor Commission Fish 'Dealers
:
SJ i 1.r-----A on y Plates.: ;turned on .me and, growled out By -... .__.... .... ......____ ....SUpervi or ,
tCopyrlght. UK by American Press! AsaocUtloa. God, I believe yer a Yank! And he at pOT'ntL-President BOTNTOX. No. 7 Fulton Fisb Market NEW YORK -

Book. rights reserved.jORDER once drew his revolver. But he was too B. BEACH...._... -A.S. LAMOND MAUD GEE......._ .__....-.. Instructor '
< life late,-for the minute he drew his tORN WDEUlANGEO.L. BBANNING CHA.S.\V. PIERCE._..___.,..,Supervisor
pistolI S.M)AMS.-._-CARL SCHREBN1CK Special Attention given to the sale of Pompano, Spanish
D with all its TO- put a ball through him. I mightn't Council meeting on the ist,and 3d Tuesday in P PALM BEACH. Mackerel Blue Fish Etc. ,.
,- 'tamed nature has 'bate killed him if be hadn't raspicioned each month,at ygo p.IlL MISS L.DEBOGORY on.....' .....Instructor f

,T L phases which me. I had to do I then." F..N.DIMICK:_Supervisor References: l Fulton'and Market National Bank, or any Wholesale. Fish

1) fepeak louder than After the war a boon comrade of the County Director, 'COLOUD. Dealer in the United States.
of ma ANNIE D LIGHTBOURNE..-_Instructor _-Stencils furnished U-18-Sm
sermons dead sergeant fought a duel with Wild JOHN WISE.., .,.. ......Hnpernsor on application. ,
nobler"tide.: Bill in the public square of Lawrence COUNTY OFFICERS

Where all ii good Kan. Bill shot him dead, then turnedon A. E. HEySER.... County JuIge

it is easy to take a crowd of his friends, but they dealined A.*. QUIMBY on ... .. Circuit Court Clerk The Only Coffee RoastersIn
'the pace. Old to take up the quarrel. IOBTV R.J. CHILUNGWORTH R. TAYtOR._-Prosecuting_ .Attornev Sheriff E.WDTCHSOTACH, Manager. P. M BURST, Treasurer

1 plainsmen who Wild Bill,ooald fight.when driven tothe C.C. HAIGHT.. .. .. .. .....Tax Assessor
remember gnat wall T.J.HARDEI! .....,..Tax Collector the State.
as well as play the part of deceiver -
J. F.LAMOXD_ ....Treasurer
the wild west Early in the war he made him }'RANKLyN'SHEE."i........ Soneyor ." FLORIDAIron MACHINE WORISi
WU lik'JO to 40 self a terror to border desperadoes by Z.T.MERIUTT._Sup Pablic Instruction J. D. 5 R. D. GRETHER

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t'v" are killing ten,men single banded., His vie COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. "
'making '
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JiOsoiiTffla Florida.
of time 'were the notorious McCandless N.W.PITTS CJWrman..Late Worth ,

Wild Bill Htckok! a border character gang of cutthroats who trailed him to a G..W.. LAIN if ART ...-.....Palm Beach ---- .... and Brass Castings.
who with his boots W. j. SHOJfK ._.......Cocoannt GroveE. ]
on at Deadwood house near the Kansas border while he 1.;.WHITE......,. _.Lemon CRy CHOICE TEAS 1 .
k 1881 Over 80 years ago Wild Bill was guiding some Federal cavalry from W.S.TANCllE.--: Sound PURE SPICES K OUR
General and Done.
abandoned dtiliation aa it was along the plains to the states. The scout hada Commissioners meet in'regular session on FRUIT EXTRACTS I SPECIALTIES. Repairing Promptly Accurately ',, .
the first Wednesday in each month. 1' '
the Missouri and went New '
to Mexico
revolver and rifle, but only seven Iron Building Columns, Sash Weights and Grate Bars a Specialty,Shafting
where he began life as a cow puncher. shots. One shot killed McCandless, who CO Nl Y SCHOOL BOARD. Paper paper bags, butter dishes twine Pulleys, Hangers and Boxes in Stock. Saw Mandrels of all Sizes Furnished. .

Ten years later he was one of the best had jumped into the ,room where Wild SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC ISSTRUCTIOW, and other grocers' sundries.All .., .

:'.ksown'men oa the plains.; Bill took his stand when be heard the Z.MERRITT..._.___.._....Lemon City Coffees Roasted After Receipt of Order. SUGAR MILLS_ --
Wild Bill XEXHB Or SCHOOL BOARD. 4
nickname 10-21-97
was a
given to desperadoes oulside'wearing to cut hisheart J W.JACKSON,*:hairman,_Cocoanut Grove
James & Hickok an Illinois bay who :,out:.t they,having recognized his W. L. L.WIDMEYER; ..__--.PaimB'aeh Jupiter :.Office and Shops at End of Viaduct in Riverside
ran away in early life and lived among horse tied to a tree. J. W. CQSTOCIL..West

centers> and trappers' in the mountains. 'The death of McCandless enraged his FLORIDA LEGISLATURE SEEDS. 10-21-97 JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.

When the war"broke out ia,.1861,, ha .men,.who rushed in at two doors. Wild MEMBKE8 HtOH DAD1 COCSTT.

enlisted in a regiment which served in Bill said everything seemed clear and E N. PIMICK. Palm Beach-....Senator "
Uissotri and his, exploits'as' a' scoutwere sharp when he faced those nine murder. R.B,POTTER,W Palm...Beach,.Representative Fresh, New Crop, Reliable. .
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upon the tongue of every officer ers, and he brought down four of them O. W.
Md soldier of both armies in the transeiatiafjppl with just four shots: Two shots were State Directory Varieties best adapted to Florida. WEYBREOBT

region. With constitution fired into Wild'Bill, but the loads were r Special Attention given to the ,

teogheeed to ,outdoor life .marvelous only buckshot; 11 of which lodged in EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. East Coast Trade Dealer in Hardware

strength, coolness and audacity,he was him. Then the gang closed in. One the ,

just the Ban to"pIy the doable role'repaired scout knocked out with his fist and another w. D.BLOXHAM. .Governor Mail:p'rders Receive Prompt Attention. Plumber Steam and Gas Fitter Mixed Paints, .
oa ,the border, where warfarewas .he shot dead. At last he was NO.( L. CUAWFORD..Secretary of State / -
WM. H. KEY OI.DS.. .... ...,.Comptroller L. CAMERON
Irregular and soldier took hf.'llfe ?
a thrown and crowded into a oorner.wbere TAMES B. WHITFIELD..Treasurer Tin Copper and Sheet (I'M WIt.
IB Me basdf the moment he stepped tie. .he struggled with three men until he'got WM.B.LAMAR.........'...Attorney GeneralW. The Pioneer. Seedsman of Florida. .... .
yond the beaten track of armed col mm'.. N.SHEATS..SupL Public Instruction 11-197 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
tt a knife away from one of them. L.B.WOMBWELL. .......Com.Agriculture
.I OM isoidelt told in Missouri ,just With the fierceness a tiger he slashed PATRICK HOUSTON ....Adjutant Genera Dealer in Pumps Pipe Fittings and General Plumbing Supplies Tin Ware AgateWare
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after tea war took place daring Curtis' and hacked at his assailants until all W. H.MILTON.JR Offices at Tallahassee Surveyor-General Florida. and House Furnishings of Every Kind.

lape&ftleBi&to Arkansas in,j8. :&., Wild were dead. His own body was cut in 13
Bill and a companion who shared his places.Wild. U. S. SENATORS LB.
adre&tatei were in the enemy's' lines S.PASCO..Monticello % AGENT FOR THE AERMOTOR CONSTRUCTOR of IRRIGATION PLAITS
Bill went to the plains with bis
S.R.MALLORT: ..... ........... .. Pensatda
traveling with the troops. Wild Bill war reputation clinging to him. He '
bad assayed in the southern :army theM Massa. -: -$-
&.of a dead Confederate1 !and was U. S. CONGRESSMEN ,,,. Estimates for Work and :Material One or both promptly

,-___-- ROBT W.DAVIS .,... ..--........ '" Palatka .
looked. upon as loyal to the stars and J S. M.SPAKKMAN .. ....._. ........,.Tampa & Bro.. Furnish 1-31-tf..
hart After marching and camping with
<'. WEST T3 ArM 'BX t.JFI .FLOB'IDA.
.... ass nerefor a month or more aud : SUPREME LUUtiT JUDGES.M. P

.learolag their plans the scouts set out H.MABRY................. Chief.Justice J. Jacksonville Fia.PflMMTCQM .
tae day to ,rejoin their friends This F. B.CARTER .,......- .. Associate Justice ,

was dose in a most theatrical manner, R. P. TAYLOR.,............ 's '
but p *aps it was the only waY out of 4 Florida East Coast Ry.

the. ddleaka. The scouts bad informa R. R. COMMISSIONERS.R. MFBPrTAKfPQ.
CQSB XAXLB B0.1*'DT FFECT FEBRUARY U. 1R.
tIeD of ,importance to Curtis if delivered :
H.M.DAVIDSON.Qulncy. Fla..Chairman .
at oooe. The ,Federal advance H. E.DAY................_...........'.Gainesville SOUTH .
BOUTO (SlId Down). NOETH BOUND (Bead Up)
was feeling the Confederates, who appeared J. M.,BRYAN.._.. .... ....................Ki simmee Fruit and Vegetables.
to be, in great strength, A bat. JGHN L,NEE1.EY.JR.Clerk..... ?,. Arcadia. to* 0 No STATIONS. No 7S| a 7(.NO BGINo

t yand, a thin line of cavalry,were Headquarters and offices of the Buard at Tal Solicited ..Jacksonville .....Ar.Ar. 7 top' rX n b a ft*
drawn vp ia front of the Confederates lahassee. .. Consignments Ia Qpa 4* II 8te ........St Augustine.......Lv. 8S5p20p llOQa t 9.p 7 tla
\ 'r.t: ..... ..... 84sa10 > .....St AufustineAr. a SSO ...... .....
to aacae them with false motions while \ ):s ... ..... .1.... u I .,,....Hasting* ....LT.Ar. 8 .. ..a..
e .awaiting the main column. ,Suddenlytwo General Directory. ...... "953aOUS UK*s T ..... ..Palat ca.......,....JLT.T .u.. ...
riders to out from "ijweatj and Fair Dealing1'OnrMotto. _.... 10 .. .Palstka. .AT. OOop flOSp24p ..... .....
were seen move "' }-**-? **.*.-- *. > -.. ...... 1'721ID .... ..... S&nMateo. .... LT. ...........?.
the front of the enemy's line and move /7 COURT CALENDAR. : ? ;;Customers Sure to Get Their Money. _. ...... 805 a...... L..S&nMateo..Ar. 7 706 ...... ..... ....,
slowly toward the Federal cavalry (Seventh Circuit.) ... ..... g-j ii ::::::ltl..Jf.a8t aktka.......Lv.- Tj 1 ..... .... ....
.. Established in Jacksonvillefor _. ...... 10 42& 1 ...... ....,..... ...;..... 8 ...... .. ..:.
akirmiaban. .. ..
Little heed .
was given at J(.1)BROUMK. .- ... Circuit Judge _.. ......10 sin IMp .. ..:.JDaytona... ...... II 844p8&3p 418p ....
first to this spectacle, but soon the Con J. D.BEGUS ...'.... ... '. ..State's Attorney _... >T> :..:. ........PortOrange.:. .. ....... : .. :....
SPRING TERM. Eleven Years. _. ...... .1 ) :..... II .......Nw Smyrna..." .. II 8 Up .A ...... .:..:: ;.....
federates commenced. firing at the lone woo BILL. ..... .1.... ...... I Up ...... II .....L...oakHm..Titusville. ...... .... ., N. ?.... ......
boneoea. A wall of smoke arose along added to his fame the flint time he trod Osceola County. 1st Monday in March.. Best of References Furnished. _. ...... ifisp ...... II .......... ......... 21 J ...... ...... ......
the Orange M .. 10.1197ced _. ...... ...... S22p881p ...... II .........City:: Point........, II t571....... ....
whole front for every man in the the Santa Fe trail by killing a notori Lake ".. 4th _.. ...... 12 p ...... .. .Coooa 129p 219p..... ....
southern N seemed to think the bat. ous Mexican bandit and capturing his Volnsia 2d ".. April... ...... ......12 40p .H'" ...... ...Bockied a Junction.... II ....... 213? ...... ...... ......
Bre.ard" 4th. ...... ...... ...... a 48p ...... II .....Bock ga Hotels.... II .115p ...... ...... ...... ......
tit was on. pal. He followed the herds and lived Dade 1st Monday after 4tb .Mon { ...... ...... 1 Iep 4 2bp ...... ........Eau Gallic........ 11 ............. ...... ....
The two riders spurred their steeds the life of a' cowboy until 1871 when day in April. u.... .... 1 4>Bp ...... .........Melbourne.: ........ 3122p 18ip ...... ...... .:....
FALL TERM. and ...... ...... ...... 6 Eip ...... ........'..Sebastian.St. ........... use ...... ...... ...... ......
to a gallop and were quickly followed the terrible state of border society in the Spanish ...... ...... '" a 1Jj! .....: .. ....... Lucia. ....... .. 1045* ...... ...... ...... ......
by a score of cavalrymen dashing out of southwest'called into life an institution aseeolaCounty: ,3st Monday in October. ...... ...... 818p e lop ....,. ........Fort: Pterci........ 10..1I0Ip ............. ......
Orange u :3d ...... ...... _._.. C47p ...... II ...........Eden............ 1i1 ...... ...... ...... .....:
the cloud of smoke. Then the Federals answering to.the regulators of Califor Lake M 4th II ...... ... .'.. sip ...... .. ......... Jensen. ......... J ...... .........
knew that the riders were trying to es nia. .. to ancy- _.. ... ... I03p ...... .. ..........Stuart.......... 10151....... .......4
"" usla 2d Nov. ..... ..... ... f p ...... ........H.b Sound.. II' ....... ...... ...?. o.
cape. The colonel of the outpost quick Wild Bill was chosen mayor's mar Brevard 4th "- ..... .... ... ''I ..... :......West Jupiter...... 91V. ...... ...... ......
ly deployed a company to cover the bold shal! Abilene, Kau., a mushroom city, 1st Monday after the 4th Mon ..:......... 8 ...... *".Wilt Palm Beaeh. I j 6a 10 ...... ...... ......
day in November. Mtts ..... ... Step ...... .....Soyal P lDman...:::: 822* ............. ...... .....
attempt Finally the riders halted at where be made his home in the off weeksof PineappleSlips ..... ... Stop ...... .....J'almBeachlna.... &I t ...... .... .... .*.*t615p.
'what proved to be a wide ditch which his roaming vocation. He was then ..... ...... 84Sp ...... LT ..Palm Beach Inn. d r. Ilia ...... ::..........:
U. S. LAND OFF ICE.I. ..... ...... 8 ...... II .. Royal Poinciana .... N 81 .... ...... ..... 110$
they bad not seen In advance and could 84 years old a giant in strength and ..... 100? ...... II ..:..Weal Palm Beach 800a ::.... ...... :..... lOOP
..... .......... ......
act leap They turned and rode back toward I famous for his mild and gentle manners M.DARCO. Register i..... ...... ...... ..... Li&ton. .... II 726 ...... ...... 128P
N. WAINWRIGHT.... .. ...Receive nd SuckersFor ..... ..._..1014 ...... ......Yon LauderdaJ..... lie. .. ...... ...... .Up
the Confederate' lines, and the when life peaceable. Having fought Offices at Gainesville Florida. ..... ... .... ........Lemon City....... ................. 'ClIp
_, Federals thought for a moment it was with Indians and robbers, camped with Rate of Following Varieties vii- : ..... tl u .:.... .&.r..1fiami..L...
only a false movement to cover some. miners and traveled in the company of G'OPT SIGNAL SERVICE DEPI.J. Abbaka, Porto Rico, Palm Beech limited southbound.. Bfc Augustine 1:80 P.m., Ormond 424 ij.m,

deep design but after going back a few old and new settlers, he was widely w.CRONK................-....... ..observer Smooth Cayenne, 4:58 p. m.Boekled Hotela ljj. po m.. Royal Poinoiaa 94ft p. m. Film Beuh

leqtu the riders wheeled in the face I known and respected. He admitted hav Observatory at Jupiter Inlet. \ Egyptian Queen, Palm. Beech dted.northboudIT.PahnBeach laal 0p-m-,.Boyd FdAdaoS

of aa'awful fire, delivered in part from I tug killed men at almost every stationon Ripley Queen, Golden Queen, = m..Ro ledge Bctell flloS p-nu,Dayton. 8:<10 p.m.,OnaoB4I po sa.; airin at ,St..

enemies but a few rods away, and sped I the plains, but said the killing had GLINT LIGHT BOUSE SERVICE. White Antigue. ... .
coco more toward the Federal lines. I been in self defense. Light House at Jupiter Inlet. jjlHiiiiii Nsw SJCTBXA AMD OKAaaa Crrr Justfu. Trains do Dot tItop at UttoM where

Only OM reached there, however, and Naturally there were grudges against AMES A. ARMOUR.Keeper Pt'rn lUhuco, 8. STATIONS.KpAr So. So. 4. time lg not chowa.:
.:1W. g. Trains 82,s6,>III tad 1)aIy.
.. .... .. I '
J. WELLS. 1st A4stant : Enville
Ma the foremost advancing skirmishers this arm of the law with a dark past J.A.A PiNB.. '" MDISTRICT Resistant ) TJp Lv.... 05a 700p680p Trains,M, K, 88, a8. fI,11111I4 .
,
Early,delivery Iran UK made. part of the 1J 86p .....Lak.i.ltL..LT.10 i1& ) Daily: exceptY@nnday. '
Wild the His but he marshal there
Bill scout
reoognlwd M as long as was were trait troth this Plantation having been picked 146p .....Orange Olty..... lOlOa1006a 508p Train 37 dafly Kondiy.
'
companion went down before reaching comparative quiet and safety in Abi last month. Apply! to I ..... .007..... coop. Trains 88,:s7 aad 88 arc ooffipo e4 etelusively

the ditch, horse and man shot at the lene. He wore two revolvers in plain .SCHOOLS. C.C. MATTHAMS. Buffett Parlor of Pttllmaa Out on Can.Tniu 21.',T4
same time by the two pursuers who had sight, with a belt of cartridges handy to ., All and Orange City and 78Trains98tadlO- -
I been almost at their heels ia this second 'keep the six shooters primed for business. LEMON CITY.R. Florida Pineapple Company, Jlip -da1l7 aatpti art eompOMd ezdar

When his Wildi But this E.MCUONALU...........................principal lively of Parlor Car*
run. companion fell fine specimen of a fight MISS M. A. MCDONALD.................Assistant 5.21.97'Ve t Palm Beach, Kla.)
i Bill gave the reins to his gallant horse ing man did not run amuck, shooting 1r.. L. WHITE.. .. .. ... ..Supervisor
j J Black Nell and turned in his _dI down every poor waif or obstreperous POTSDAM. KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

1 The lookers co, saw the two Confederates cowboy who happened to disturb the L F. K1DSER.?..........li "trnetor. .....
3 tumble from their saddles,, and at peace of reformed Abilene. Oh no! R.U. FRAZIER. ._..... .. ... .... SupervNorXEPTDXE. Bargains in Land "' ftatteamsWpOty for Key Wed CO of Mondays Ety West,Wednesdays of 1 the Florida and Fridays Bast Coast after SUamifclp arrival' of Oompaayi train trim Jpo -

i the same time Black Nell arose in the He'd simply wallop the cantankerous making ooaneotion at Xe7 Weat with steamers for Havana Leave Hey wet 8.
,.__ \1 L time)oa Tneedays, Thuradays and Saturday,armi *Uiami aUt mor&1aaII"

I air and landed her brave master among "cusses" who crossed his path with .MISS.........IRENE.............RICKARDS....................................Instructor Supervisor At Muck from and 1-3 fruit to 1-2 of prices on adjoining tends to oonaact wfti aortb bound twin. "
friends who had hurried forward to that their teeth showing, using the butt of a lands for sale ill 5-acre (and up.
JUPITER wards) lots, at $50 per acre.during the nxt 60
point revolver the ferule of reform until i
as MRS. AV. A. H. HOBBS...,. .............Instructor days. These lands are on Lake Worth south 01
Whoa questioned wby he did not they cried "Enough then tell them to J. A. ARMOUR:.'.? Supervisor Lund Lantana-the,jtnd best known land in as the the County Hypoluxo This Garden is a NASSAU, N. P.

1&ea11Dto the Federal lines at night the get out of town. This they did. He wasa JUXO. special offer for vegetable and pineapple grow.
t b If1f.r. P. (Bahama Islands), i&anffuna4 JaaaaryUBCS 1f.'" b .. .!..
scout said: "011. mate and I wanted to terror to the gamblers, and his old AXXIE E. G. METCAI.F.................Instructor ers.Easy Terua-6 rent deferred St Oompan1.S.S. J4i&m1,er boaSlifor.......ter ffi.between
on .
-.show then tea what a Union soldier friends of the cattle range had no mercyif A. E. HEYSER .Supervisor meuts. For further per rticulars.. enquire ol pay. ..and N...,... r

f. could do. Since we've been with them they misbehaved when they came to :MAN GON IA. .
SAM DROWN Owner), rilAMI TO NASSAU. I NASSAU TO fUAML
we've beard nothing, but brag. We enjoy the hospitality of Abilene. MISS ROSA J H RE Y...._......?...... -i.-inicl..r JR., (
we'd ?r.ORGItS.RUWLEV.. SupervisorWE.T Cocoanut Grove, Fla. ..... March ttiTri'WecilT,l bruary 15U to Kerch Itt .
thought Just take it out of them. Enemies grew up thick and fast, but ....weaUyldarch 18th tto 18th. ISemi-Weeily,March' Bth to April Xfksee
General Curtis learned from the Wild Bill shot tackle PALM n .\CII.L. .
scout was too good a to or W METCALF.. West Palm Beach.
that the Confederates' F HI XD R Y............,....._.._. ?. Principal
were moving to with impunity and was let alone for a I.L'LUXGEVINE.._.................... Assisstant M : !*. LYMAN. Lantana, Fla TimeTailes show the times at*&ch trains and boats maybe ezpeeteitoftRte: taA
fia&k him and was saved from disaster time although the boys made many a 11. iXtiLliSOLL:: SUl't'ritorCOLORED. I1-23-Q7 trom: the several stations portt, hold arriTal or deMrtui* sfe tMd GZUJi
by the timely warning which a few bluff at doing for their old comrade. E II ao i Knarantoed i or does the Company ttaelz reapona;DM for any deader eayt

hours'delay would bare rendered ,value; Just at the time when he knew that the E. JOVE*. !>truclor UI109I of arlsiDr local time theretroJDo cr.rd wall 239 West Bay Street,Jacksonville' ,or adSress f'fJ1P7
lea reckless cow punchers, gamblers and 1>. R. INGEXSOLL-................SupervisorI.XTA.XA.
Jew Store 1.D.JU.BNJIB,
L. .
When General Sterling Price was on rumsellers were plotting vengeance he NTH lest Qem. PaMBftr Agent
his big raid in Missouri Wild Bill was would stride into the midst of a saloon M RS. OEO. LYMAN......... ...... Instructor @t angaaliae,Ja ., "
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V \\ a.ARNETT. Suier\is >r
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with the Teias'rangers, passing aa an crowd brandishing a revolver in each New .
goods< -4
Austin named Barnes Price and hand and dare shoot at him. ELUOTT- KEY.
t any one to I VMEsC. HARRIS.....................Instructor.
ttertis came together at Sandy river, Soon after that a syndicate of evil R. H.THOMPSON............ ...........Supervisor.
'" and Wild Bill bad information for hischiil doers offered for
4. a reward of $10,000 cHew
BELLE FLORA.L. prices
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A Pt; M to the strength of the Confeder the life of Wild Bill, but no man in the V. KIDNER_....._.._...... ..Instructor.K. -A. "'
e* .... Oai'day he "U'OD'picket when southwest dared undertake the contract. R. FRAZIER....._..._....._.......Supervisor. We welcome all our oM friends and First-Class : t:

the soldiers began exchanging papers, The cowboys never owned the town mSCA YNE. patrons and cordially invite strang. :

'|>baoob a&d coffee and shortly after the I Abilene after Wild Bill reformed 1-:. LEE....................._.??._.... _. Instructor ers to visit u,. . .. '.t:1>. .
barter 'w&. over Curtis knew that his binge, but there was still further reform / PAUKWILSOX. ......._........._ Supervisor Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and ...

soout was near at baud. But Wild Bill and the whilom "tough" was CUTLER. ....Optical Goods,

aw no chance to escape and finally decided gaierseded; as marshal by one of the respectable APD1K! LEE DAMON ......_..._ Instructor --
to take the boldest method, u be- element He then went to WM. FCXZARU..................?_..,...Supervisor Fine Neatly Watch and and Satisfactorily Jewelry Repairing Done.

'. late >ere was a sergeant in his company Deadwood became a gambler but was MIAMI. --- JOB WORK

:: nownM a great braggart, and.flawing shot from behind by an old enemy of the ti.AF.MERRITT. ..............__Principal Only Opticians in the City. Eyes tested B la to 0
and fell A MY :M.M\NN._.?..__._ .............A..llitlJ.ant free by latest approved methods. The new .
dead
him in a humor for challenge in plains clutching both revolvers T \'. GAUTIER............................Supervtsor store will be in charge of Prof. Frank Idner,
,. the midst & a crowd, the scout dared which be had drawn while the Graduate Optician of King's Optical College

.-; him to riw toward the! enemy's lines I death grip was seizing on his vitals. He 'S' i, &0'--I who would go the nearest It was then 35 years old, and at least half A LIGHTBOURXE.._ .... __Supervisor "; '.'. ..'> .'
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( tefBd oat that: the!sergeant 'was no l bis.life bad been passed in an honest LEESVILLE. G. W. IDNER & SON, ;' t"

K eoirvd. fektpt beside the scout untU i 0 ,pa1p a fearless, struggle to be a I SUSAN SAX DERS.__.,_._._.._.Instructor:. 1st Door South Russell& Co.'s Drug Store At THE SUM Office.
Itiles GEORGic I KILXK& ... .. ..... .... ) ., Scininole Block. Call on ,
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SOUTHERN VOLUNTEER. LESSON XUI,FIRST QUARTER INTERNATIONAL limBrniirn

Price Tailors. Tea,Mir,I fought with Stonewall SERIES MARCH 27.
Popular And fared the fight with c..ee._ :' _
But if this here Union goes to war.
WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. Make one more gun for met :.. Comprehensive Review of the Qoar- j

I didn't shrink from Sherman r;;: Math. xvl.
ter's LeMons-Golden Text
Suits to order, $16 aid $20. A a he galloped to the sea, Commentary by the Be*. D. IL. Goods HouseI
GUY I. METCALF, But tf thin here Union goes for war, i$ Al Popular Dry

EDITOR AND MANAGER. Trousers to ord r, $4 agd $5. Make one more gun for me! Stearns.

I was with 'em at Managua [Copyright, ]1S37 by D. 1!., Stearns : 4. Jacksonville, Florida.i ,
The'bully boys in GrayrI LESSON I.-Jesus and John (Math. Ill

YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION, $2 I heard the thunders roarin' 7-17). Golden Text, Math. iil. 17, This ia Goods House
Samples and Measuring Blanks Dry
Bound Stonewall Jackaou'a way. My beloved Son. In whom I am well i The Leading

sent by mail. And many a time this sword of mine pleased." The first and last lessons of the i

Has blazed the way for Lee! quarter. concern Jesus and John. In this State.
But if this old nation goes to war, first lesson John points Him out as the in the
Make one more gun for me! .
One who baptizeth with the Holy Ghost

17 East Bay Street, I'm not HO full of fightin'. and will one day thoroughly separate be- The Largest Stock, The Newest Styles,
Nor half so full of fun tween the chaff and the wheat. As He is :

J As I wad back In the sixties, baptized by John In Jordan. the heavensare at the Lowest Prices.

I 10-21-97 JACKSONVILLE. FLA. When I shouldered my old gun opened, the Spirit as a dove abides upon I To all whom request we will,send samples free of charge.
OUR CHUBGHES It may be that hair ia white
AMONG my
Him and the Father testifies from PREPAY Express Charged on all
WE
Sich things you know,must be,
'I' But if this old Union's in for war. heaven in the words of the golden text orders lathe amount of fs-oo or over

Time and Place of Services, Special FUrL AND FACTS. Make one more gnu for me I .... LEssoN IL-Jesus Tempted (Math. IT when money accompanies the order.

j Notices Week-Day and Sunday 1.11). Golden'I'ext. Heb II, 18, "For In
Order
; Mail Department
I haln't forgot raisin'-
my that He Himself hath Buffered being The Best Equipped
Meetings.Bpiasopal I Witty Sayings Interspersed With Nor how in sixty-two, tempted. He Is able to succor them that it. Your Money Back If JtxxU Ar Jtot a. ..toy*
.1' _- Easiness Bargains. Or thereabonts, with battle shouts are tempted. From the third chapter at t Write for Samples andTry

uvl,... -- I charged the Boys in Blue; the beginning of the Bible to the ,third -Respectfully-

I Dont forget J. F. OLIVER'S when And I say: I fought with Stonewall chapter from the end of it there is the record ""
I And blazed the way for Lee, of God and that
of man
you want Fancy Groceries. a great enemy BROTHERS'
Eriscorat CUvua-Bdhesda-by-the-Sea. But if this old Union's in for war, old serpent. the ,devil who like a roaringlion : COHEN
RBV.J.N. MUIFORD Rector. Brigg -Wha&kind of a fellow ill Willow- Make one more gun for me! walketh about seeking whom he may

\V.L. Prrs-jAMES HUTDRY,Ass't Minister. snap? Griggs don't know. Iv'e only seen Atlanta Constitution. devour. If he can conquer the Captain of I

Service every Sunday morning at II o'clock. him when he was with his'wll .Puck. --- -- our Salvation: then our cause blast, but if POPULAR DRY GOODS HOUSE
A launch win run regularly in CODDectIoD.1eaV- David this Goliath, victory ,
our can vanquish s
ing Went Paint Beach city dock at 1030. Fareor Watch and jewelry repair ng by first HIS NORTHERN BROTHER. is sure As our blessed Lord by the Florida.
_
the round trip 10 cents. class workmen, and guaranteed, at Jacksonville,
: Just make it two, old fellow, sword of the Spirit defeated the enemy, so IMW

Sunday School at 3 p. m. Idner & Son's.Teacher I want to stand once more may we, and there is no other way Sa- ....... ......"" .. ""

-X represents the unkaown. Beneath the old flag with yon, i tan's first attack In Eden was upon the
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'BroTnmtROUD OF ST. AsDEEW.Meets on The Editor's Son-I know it does. When As In the days of yore word of.God. We must receive it meeklyand --

V Ita Second and Fourth Wednesday of each pa forgets what paper he clipped somethingout Our fathers stood together hold it fast. Major Boynton as a Resort Manager. on the shore, which was not over 30$ :-
riOfltn. I,.F.HIXDRT,Director.W. of, he just marks It Ex"-Cincianatl En- And fought on land and sea LESSON IIL-Beginning of the Ministryof from the bark. A boafira '
F, A ::sTaoxG,J*., Secretary. quirer. The battles fierce that made us Jesus (Math. iv, 17-25) Golden Text, ---'S. yards we
A nation ot the free.I Math. iv, 16, "The people which sat; in From the Sunday News-Tribune of started, at which the salon dried t&sb

For Airy Rooms Clean Beds and a darkness saw, great light." As He dweltat Detroit under date of March 13, we clothing while the Major and bU pl& '
71. E. ChaFeb, South. Good Table, be sure to stop at the New whipped you down at Vicksburg, Capernaum they saw the light; of His .
You lifted me at Bull Run; copy the following graphic descriptionby humped themselves and soon had ediet
Seminole Hotel Geo. Zapf, Manager. life, and wherever His people dwell the -
l.1 i Services trill be held In the Knights of Pyth- Open all the year. On many a field we struggled, light of His life of love and compassion, of its editor of the wreck of the Loftus and eatables on the scene.

ha 1111 on the First.Third and Fourth Sundays When neither victory won. meekness and lowliness should be made on the beach near Boynton, with a brief *
t each month at n a.m.and 730 p. m. Every "I'm something of a mind reader" he Bald You wore the gray of Southland, and Andrew '
called Peter
manifest. He
it invited to attend. "I was glad description of Major Boynton's winter 'The ship proved to be the Lofcs,. a
1.1hca they raid unto me. let us go into the housed "1 think not," she replied as her eye ostentatiously Like men we did our duty them fishers of men by having them follow residence: Norwegian bark built of iron, 1,509 fe$"'.,

:: he letd.** BIT.J.R.WILKKB, Pastor. measured the distance between When screaming bullets Hew. Him. One of His last words to Peter "That it is better to be born lucky burden and loaded with 990,000 feet fl_ ?

them.-Detroit Free Press. Four! years u-e fought; like devils was, "Follow thou Me" (John xxi 22)). than rich, the following true story of Georgia pine, from PeosacoSa r..., t1iy

Hv elag Stan Lodge, |4o. 46, Have your Spring suit made now, before But when the war was done LESSON IV.-The Beatitudes (Math. T, Maj. Boynton's experience as a landlordof Buenos Ayres. She had sailed trop
1-12). Golden Text, Math. v, U.uYe are
i Knights of Pythias, war is declared-SIRKIN, THE Your hand met mine in friendly clasp and
the light of the world." As He begins His a Florida winter resort clearly proves: the west coast of Florida cp tbt

I Meet every Friday Night at 7oop.m.standardHue. TAYLOR. And Our now two, when hearts danger beat as threatens one. discourse His first; word is "blessed for "During his stay in Florida Major east coast 200 miles intending to =.ro-

Visiting tathert cordially: invited.l'sst'e Send for Butterick Pattern Sheets to So North, no South we know, He came to bless and save and restore, not, Boynton of Port Huron, is acquiring a off to ti a:east north of the lk11I u.

flail over Public J.A.PCGHC.CV. School Building. yule Mrs. M.Fh.G. Macdonald Agent Jackson Once more we stand togetherTo like the, And great who enemy are to the curse blessed and In to His destroy sensational reputation as a manager' ofa where she hoped to catch the trt& :

I i .\TutMXYKK,X. or R.& S. a-4-97 fight the common foe. sight Not the proud the mighty the winter resort oa the ocean beach, 12 I winds and shape her coarse for Ses& :

She-I doct like preachers who read their My head,like yours, is frosty- wise and the rich. but the poor in spirit miles below Palm Beach, where none America.
sermons from manuscript Old! age is creeping on; This is the key to all true blessedness and need occurred
but Michiganders apply. "No loss of life having Us
ADDITIONAL ITEMS. lie-I do. If a man w Ites out his sermons, Life sun is lower Kinking, without it there is none. It is at the foun- 0
a --S.. he Is much more likely to realize their length. My day will soon be gone. c" dation of all blessing He became poor for 'Knowing that the old sea serpent vessel being well insured aDd the gt e& :'

Yesterday was a great day for red snap London Tit-Bits. But if our country's honor .. our sakes. dodge no longer attracts attention, the. of Boynton cottage thrilled and stirrslj
Sleds once again her son, LEssoN V.-How to Pray (Math. vi, 6- Major goes after the most thrilling el. to the highest pitch of excitement ccsld:
fishing at Palm Beach pier. Several Rough Lumber Cheap.-A few
per car- 15). Golden Text, Math vi, 6, "Pray to
I'm old
read, too, fellowSo -
fine catches were made by the loads oa stick at mill at Gifford. Will get another thy Father which is in secret." All life fects in the way of storms wrecks, etc. anyone cnticisethe doughty Port Bases}

guests of the hotel and the Inn. be sold very low.-G. F. Paddison & gun.Minneapolis'i' Journal. is lived either before God or men either to One year ago he went to Florida The 1 I, Major when he struck an attitude oa tk j

Co., Eau Gallic, Fla. 2 10 tf. ----.....--- please God or man, unto God or unto self. first night 'at home' a great storm arose, beach opposite the wreck threw e&l&;

While the British warship Cordelia lay A Klondiker was caught In a windstorm A CALL How very few live the former, how very and when morning appeared a fine I breast pointed to the scene bcfcre isa:
the latter. Even Christians are
oat opposite the pier the Clematis Avenue when the dust blew badly. When be got homehe tempted many to do good pray, fast etc., with schooner was being dashed to pieces on I and asked: 'Can any summa cr wistsr_
coughed $73.15 In gold dust out of his
Supply Store furnished them with To Slate and County Officials, Land reference to the opinion of their fellows a reef a few rods from his cottage, and resort proprietor do more?*
i1i lungs. All a consumptiTe ha to do In Klondike
just 1200 one pound loaves of bread. la to cough In the doctor's pocket. That and Immigration Companies, Railway rather than as in the sight of God. OurLord old ocean was doing his best to entertain "An answering shoot came back: Kdt,

: k pays the bill. Companies, and all Progressiveand Father.Jesus had but one aim-to glorify the the Major and his guests. no! no! So say we all of ns!'

The Nighthawk stopped running the Hats and Shoes especially Extra Good Public Spirited Citiza t Inter- LESSON VL-our Father's Care (Math.. "This Winter Mr. Boynton was being a e ..

mill yesterday and the Eclipse took its Children's Shoes at Mrs. Frank's Boston cskd ill the Development of Fhaida., vi, 24-34). Golden Text, I Pet. v, 7, "He guyed by his boarders because the Atlantic "The Loftus was abandoned by tier- J

tegular run between this place and Juno, Store. The president of the Florida State careth for you." Three times in this"lesson was as mild, as a* millpond and underwriters and her cargo, aappHu..

) being this through running excursions for She-Your face is too near to mine. He- Commission of theTrans. Iississippt and "be we not are anxious told to""take and the no thought reason givenfor or there was nothing but sharks: and pelicans etc., sold on Feb 24 Major Boymte _-

season. It's two inches away and that's as bad as a International Exposition which will be this precept is, "For your Heavenly water turkeys, ducks and 20 varie- was auctioneer.: Built of iron is t&

Franklin Sheen is displaying a fifteen thousand, miles. She-(poutlngly)-Well, Itvouldn't held in the city of Omaha, Neb., Juneto Father"knoweth that ye have need of these ties of fish to be found in his neighborhood. staunchest fashion at Snnderiand Esg -
be for some men.-Harlem Life.' things. Children of an earthly father '
pound turnip, raised on his Pompano November, 1898, having: called a would only grieve their father by anxiety land the Loftus sailed the eastern weir

faint and is very proud of it as an evidence Boat building done right at home, in meeting of the Florida State Commission : about their food and raiment It is his 'Never mind; said the Major, 'I'll ern and southern ocean for 20 yean, w& :

I of what Pompano muck land can the most'approved and manner, good work- to convene at the rooms of the affair to see to those things. It is theirsto show you something one of these days always n-garded as a lucky ship sad a .':
do. manship at living prices. Call on be good and obedient: children, a credit that will make '
out.There's
bulge '
Capt. A. T. Rose. Board of Trade of. the city of Jackson- and a comfort to him. your eyes great money maker, her last freight bill

Dr. R. V. Pierce's house-boat paid a "Yes," he said proudly, Tm a self-made vile, ii a. m., Wednesday, April 6, the LESSON VIL-The Call of Matthew a reef out there that never fails amounting to over $11,000. But ia as- ,

visit the man" executive committee of said commission (Math. ix 9-17)). Golden Text Math. ix to do its duty. I've picked up everything evil day she was needed for aa adver
abort
to Lake the first of the ":
: "Too bad the attendanceof 9, "Follow Me." In chapters viii and ix on this shore that a wrecker's tisemeut for Florida winter ,
jou couldn't have had a little hereby earnestly requests Boynton's
week. Dr. Pierce who is from Buffalo
Him preaching, teaching, healing, _
more practice before tackling the job, Isn'tIt we see heart could desire. The bones of an old the
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all withstand
all from the sort and could
I N. Y., together with his wife aud sev delegates portions going about doing good. Matthew had not magnetism -_-
? remarked the lazy man in the corner. Spanish man-of-war lie in the sand be-
eral friends were on board.It State of Florida, as follows: been a receiver for those who kept for which has attracted 75,000 .> y
WANTED TO PURCHASE FLORIDA The Governor and such other mem- themselves and cared not how much they yond that wreck up there. Remember bers to the standard of the Maccabees is

was officially announced PK.o.l'lUl'1'Y.-Persons owning farms or bers of his cabinet as can attend. oppressed the poor, but now he is to receive tie old cannon I sent to Port Huron? Michigan.
yesterday '
wintti homes send full description and in order to give to the poor. He is to it '
Got there the
that the Palm Beach Inn would close price k J. V. Bond Box 181, Dayton, The chairman cf the Board of County be channel of blessing between the Great right on beach. Then "There is little doubt that her iron {

I Monday March 28, and the Royal PoiuI Ohio. ,, Commissioners from each connty. Fountain and the perishing all about him. right off this coast if we have war with hull will remain on the Lymaa reefs. tt8- _

data would remain open until April 4, Oue or two delegates from every land He begins by making a feast for our Lord, Spain we're likely to have a bang-up til rust and the elements have CCB* ,-
"George and Laura have been married two and that in the of His enemies.
I presence sea fight. Greatest place on this coast .
and longer if the business should and immigration company. pleted her destruction a monument to
I war. years, and they are still billing and cooing""Yes. Are we ready and glad to honor our Lord ,
i rant. She coos and he pays the bills- One delegate from each railway com before His enemies Do we not care what I tell you. the Major's desire to advertise his southern
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Chicago Tribune. pany. men think or say of us if only we can winter resort."
1 borne I splendid catches of blue fish One from Board of glorify Him If so, it is welL "A few more days, and it seemed as if
No need to send from home for delegate every ,
: were made, off the Palm Beach pier: away LESSON Vm.-The Twelve Sent Forth -* > -
the had
any boats when Capt. A. T. Rose canbuild Trade. Business Men's League, etc. ocean gone to sleep, never to '
I Tuesday by one of the crews of Reynolds (Math. x, 2-15). Golden Text Math. x, 8, "English as see are Spfikt."
and
fine awake the
you one as or as cheap as yon Two to five delegates from every town "Freely ye have received, freely give. Major was accused of
& Hull the enterprising fishing want. See him and place order.A --
your Let the three being a fakir hour in the day. But
I' of 300 inhabitants or over to be selectedat us not forget great prayers every .'Scholar" in Ocala Banner.We'll .
firm of the Lake. Over a thousand very nice Spring Stock of Fine public meeting which all mayors are which we should ever pray-that He would at last 'there came a time' The wind is
pounds were caught in two hauls of the Dress Goods at Mrs. Frank's Boston send forth laborers; that He would make freshened during the eveuing, and hope begin with box and the plaral
net. Store. hereby requested to call. Jerusalem a praise in the earth, and that boxes, but the plural of ox should U 01-

I The mayor or some other officer ot He would come quickly (Math. Ix. 38; Isa sprang up in Boynton's breast. At 9 p. en not oxes. Then one fowl is a goose,

Ernest R. Ackerman a guest over at 'I' He There la one thing I have always no- every incorporated town or city. lull, 6, 7; Rev. xxii. 20). m. the wind was whistling around the the pluralof
I but called
two yet
are ,
ticed. LESSON IX. and Invitation geese
-Warning and the surf
cottage, was far
the Poinciana Five delegates from the at breaking
Royal and county
caught suc- She-And what is that, pray? (Math. xi, 20-30). Golden Text, Math. xi, moose would never be mecse. YOB -
ceeded in landing an eight-foot shark HS-That the woman who U always picking large.It 28, "Come unto Me all ye that labor and out on the outer reefs and rolling in on might find a lone mouse or a whole Best

I Monday from the ocean pier. The-fish at the men is the one the men never pick. is desired that these delegates come are heavy laden and I will give you rest." the shore with a roar that was terrifying of mice but the for house is
plural
weighed six hundred pounds and after Yonkers Statesman prepared to tullv discuss the question .of It is well to remember that privilege in- to some of the Major's more timid of maa -
houses nice. If the plural
I creases responsibility, to whom much is not
At
having fought him to 'a finish he had Residents along the Lake will find it having the State of Florida representedat given of him shall much be required. If guests. midnight a storm was raging is always called men why shouldst the
to be beached to him to their interest and convenience to the great World's Fair that know that not even the hardiest sailor could
get ashore. : opens He has led us to Him it is that others called ? The cow
of
be
patronize James Bird, the Ice man, who this fall in the city of Omaha, giving the may through us know Him too. If He belittle. plural pan pen

The Palm Beach Yacht Club held will deliver ice regularly by boat. State Commission the benefit oi their has caused us to be specially taught in His 'What did I tell you?' said Boynton.'Go in the plural may be cows or tiDe, bet. .
word, it is that through He teach bow if is called tta
their us may if a repeated never
regular weekly race views and to sleep you can, but as
under
yesterday plans: soonas
Bananas hand
Plenty on again at Cle- others also.LESSON If I of foot and show B*
speak a you
i I the supervision of Vice-Commodore matis Avenue Supply Store. Shall Florida make aa exhibit? Upon X.-Jesus and the Sabbath daylight appears look out upon would
C. I. Cragin Commodore' Clark being what scale? How to secure funds to (Math. xii, 1-13). Golden Text Math. that reef and tell me what you see* your feet. and I give you a boot
He-Think of our meeting after all this xii 8, "The Son of Man is Lord even of the pair be called beet If one fa a
absent. The catboat race was sailed just make such: exhibit. And a pledge of "At 5 a. m. there was a wild yell from
time! the Sabbath day." Not days, however is teeth why
tooth and the whole set
for fen, as the cup for this season had She-Yes. And isn't it odd that we should earnest, active support to the Commis- holy, nor ordinances nor institutions, how- the upper story of the cottage, 'There'sa booth be called

been won last week by Commodore both meet at the same time?-Up-to-Date. sion in carrying out the will of the pea ever ancient and honorable, must be exalt- great ship on the reef! Look at her should not the plural of sad the

i I Clark's "Canvasback. In the sharpie WANTED-A Good Cook ple as represented by a convention of ed above Him. These Pharisees would rolling and smashing! And there's sail- beeth? If the singular is this
: female. honor the Sabbath above the Lord of the plural is these, should the plural of kiss
race H. H. Richardson's "Narene" came such and citizens. ors trying to launch a boat!
Address or call at Manalapan Cottage, progressive intelligent Sabbath because they knew Him not. If would be
be called keese? Then one
j out winner and S. Maddock's launch will be the rail "Boynton was out of bed in a
Hypoluxo. Fla. Application made to we honor anything above Him, it is be- jiffy, hat ia
came in first in the naphtha launch race. way companies and hotels to give special cause we know Him not. Our motto down stairs in his night robe and out on that and two would be those, yet
For the Best Butter, and Cheese in must be "The Lord alone shall be exalt- the beach quicker than it takes the plural would never be hose and the
to tell
reduced rates to all delegates, notice it e
Specials over the F. E. C. Ry. are so town call at Clematis Avenue Supply ed" (Isa. ii, 11, 17). and for that matter so was plural of cat would be cats, Dot cost
of which will in the soul
Store. later. every
m
appear press
LESSON XL-The Wheat and the Tares brethren
numerous just now it is hard to the We speak brother and also of
keep Delegates will please send in their names (Math xiii, 24-30, 36-43). Golden Text cottage.
track of them. train 'See here, Bibbs, I thought you told me you but mother we neter
Ytsterday of
a to the at Lake City. Math. xiii, 37, "He that soweth the good though we say
had raised that secretary
mail and baggage cars went south and mortgage on your farm, said seed is the Son of Man." He sows nothingbut "There, indeed say methren. Then the mascline pronouns
,
his chief creditor. The State press is respectfully! requested was a thrilling spec.
today they returned north being loaded .'I did. It good seed, the incorruptible seed of tacle. A are he his and him. but imagta
,
great
was only $1.500 and I raised it to publish this call.S. full-rigged bark, with
I the word, which, when received into our the
it was said with vegetables sent north to $.3OOO.-Detroit Free Press. towering masts and the feminine she, shis and shim. So
hearts makes the seed of this numberless
BoiEl. :;R THOMPSON, us good parable sails II
by the Southern Express Co. Just think Easter Hats just beginning to arriveat Secretary.By to be planted in the soil of constant lay stranded on a treacherous coral reef. English I think, you wilt all agree

Of train loads of vegetables expressedfrom Mrs. F. L. Moffatt's. order of the President.: death to self that the seed may multiply, It seemed impossible for any vessel to the queerest language you ever did ICt.
for a corn of wheat fall into the
southern Dade to the except ,
markets. northern On account of the WAR am selling --. .. ground and die it abideth alone, but if it stand the terrific pounding she was be- .

The pay car came in yester- everything at cost-SIRKIN'S BA- It is said that a Georgia sheriff the die it bringeth forth much fruit(John xii, 'I ing subjected to. Every wave slightly A lawyer in a court room may call
day and went out this morning. A ZAAR 24). The Son of Man is not discouraged lilted: the bark from the thief
other this rocks but a
day intercepted letter from a not man a liar scoundrel tOUan or
special also south because of the seed bears ,
went just before day. only a part fruit clear her
light this morning, it is Penelope-Thir eugageu-ent created quitea prisoner in jail on the charge of murdet : and tares grow among the wheat. He enough to and back she went and no one makes a complaint why
reported and
several other sensation but I believe that some cruel n.ls- "Dear Bill-Please kill the judge who'sgoing knew that it would be so, but He shall yet with a thuuderous smash. The storm court adjourns. If a newspaper pris&
have
specials passed in the understanding parted them. to try my case That's the only I see of the travail of His soul and shall be had blown itself out, but the sea was such man's character
reflection a
last day or two. Last but Maiie-Yes: he understood that her a on
not least, father satisfied. The earth shall be filled with r fling in
great waves that threw editor
was wealthy.-Brooklyn Life.Acetylene. way I can get a continuance long theirs. there is a libel suit or a dead
roadmaster J. H. Hill took a trip northon His glory, but not till after the harvest or
his special bicycle car to examine the --- -- -- --- enough for me to break out of jai!. I end of this age. ray to the mastheads."The This is owing to the fact that the peopl 0

condition of the track above here-rail- Gas. Please shoot him with Xo. 8 buckshot.You LESSON XIL-John the Baptist Behead. crew were doing their best to believe what aa editor says; what the
ed (Math xiv, 1.12). Golden Text Prov. launch a boat, but the '
Throw will very greatly oblige me, Bil'! if first one was -.Foxrtg ** :0:0tate.
surely lively. away your kerosene lamps and lawyer says cuts no figure. .
reading iv, 23, "Keep thy heart with all diligence, smashed into splinters against the
will do this much for and I vessel's .
use Acetylene Gas, the coming light of you me, "
for out of it; are the issues of life. The I sides, and a second was
upturned
the 2oth century. We are prepared to won't forget:: it. Give him both banK! !I application of this golden text to the lesson the surf, the sailors luckily escaping in bI
with J
THEY SAY- put in plants for private parties, at rea. Yours truly Jim."-Exchange. I is a little difficult for John's heart was all their lives when a great wave threw Good roads pay a town or county

'. That the tenderfeet of the west are the I store sonable and prices. Call and see ours at our --I i right but there was no use telling Herod ': them far up on the beach Finally every sort of a way and the more eoocI .

CoWfeetof the JOondjke, get estimates.G. W. & S U'b 9i' 'h S or Eerodias to keep' their' hearts, for they I about '8 o'clock those left on board roads the greater the tr.firj
3-1.f IDNSK SON .r f'r nr j I I paW not c1q fl, l launched.a a third boat and landed safely 1t4 cafVc..flWf.r .



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