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 Material Information
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 31, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
lccn - sn 83025639
System ID: UF00075915:00245
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Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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,.. :PICKINGS., .,. not cost teni very much and pay him a HERE'AND' THERE. C JNTY 'CORRESPONDENCE. caught all they could get home with.-, TOWN I .TOPICS t _.

** \:,., 111 # ,nrr adbigger'profit; *"* -t bringing only the selected ones. : ;' .f' r.. -

Pssflt as TWy ,CtM ami ,c. Pits 'Tw": ;J. H. Dick, of Mangonla, spent yester- Scraps of News About This and That'and

Its7.r- ., Ht- ...-.". tiyforeaoon in town. on business. DlftrentThinp. ,? j, Tbroagtact the C anrj.MAKGONU .' Capt.W. H. Moore' 'is shipping ,' 5 .., .. .From;Otber.. ,.r.,S.. lraes., "".,-''-#"): ,""I' .

.- --- crates of tomatoes a day, how Is that for. < ..... ., -,

;Ct.. H.D/Pierce/ of Hypclcxo' ,**! .y. if/Cox, Boynton's postmaster and The voice of the chnck-wilPs-widow. is P- MUTTEEISG3.; captain? : ; 'The, Atlantic .St am'., Laundry. bs 1 $

.WIlIe....Tuida y. : a; s&ccess&l;:vtgetAble, grower, was in again heard in'the land. E. Roberts' is so far in advanceof closed for,the_ season.: ', t. -
crop
!" r 1 kl J.; .. .. :: t t town last iad l 'full ofbustnw. :, -
: I Friday es nsn {
Everything,, (everybody doing as what be expected betas decided that .-
C A. Stew, of Riviera, spent a few Fine Stock of Shoes arriving daily '-afc:"A
Have the nice line of Ladies' well _
' you teen as C&I"expected during a ,drytime. he will have'to build an addition to his .
. rfco iktowa yesterday:bn bt !neas.. Bros. '-v',
'. .S. .M. Storm and wife 'left for ,the Oxfords for summer-Anthony Bros, packing, ouse. Anthony .. ___. t

A. Molts MUmi''merchant north Monday morning and will probably The fresh water lakes rather low :Vegetables: moving ont of this >
a was The*'steamer :Biscayne came up from are Our tomato king has come to stay.
hale friends: spend part of the summer with Mrs. and :the"'water in"'them'is still tine now lively and. in large', quantities.
,/ P -yt Urdiy visiting- in the. Bay'Saturday and was put on the going He is building an addition to his dwelling > 4
Storm's in Whitewater Wis: ... ,
tbUoity. parents "
down to. the continued j
dry
owing house and is his
improving place
Island for and .
at repairs .
Cabbage '
and the balance of the season at ,their ways wlr Jer. promiscuously Services next Sunday at the Con tegational

S,t ,'Mrs.. .'Fracklia. Sheen. and child, are at old home in Hot Springs, S. IX; repainting., t "\ -'.__, Church as' usual. Aif are invited

J O-se again from their' visit to New i ii To have plenty of light on the subjectJ. 'Tbe."Laura P.",has been on the waysat Mrs. J. S. Sunday,son and aaughter.spent i to.attend.We :

>..". .. J. S. Calkins, 'of.Los Angefesf Cal, D. Mathis 11as put up a'"large. street the.a .Point. for, the past week to be Wednesday here with friends. guarantee perfect fit in oar,Or.f
who has been spending the winter herf,' }
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rk .f Mix Sirkln lamp in front of his Clematis'AvenueSnpply scrafed,overhauled and repaiated'but Poor John couldn't come. It is,hard to
., arrived home Saturday der Department.-Author
,:;,' part of the time the guest of Capt. F,. iB'the
Is
water.At .
ag be railroad it all comes
man though
a ,
; fro feb attendance Store.Commodore. ;
o on the Grand Lodge Bros.:
W. Hall, at Lake Worth and the remainder :
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I. 0.0.: F. meeting it Sanford. right pay day.It .
: of the time at the Seminole Clark's steam.yacht Alma ihe-close of school, if necessary ,arrangements The regular meeting of the Coos=

Will Hotel in this dty, left this ,morning for arrived home from Gilbert's Bar Friday can be made, the' teacher, is rumored' that Capt. Fred, Voss School Board willbe. ,held Teesda
SaUeft who ,spent the most of ty .1'
the wiater bete_, as uual has left tor, St,Augustine and, as the weather gets evening,;coming'down the canal, and achabrs and. .friends expect to go on'a ]has bought a :piece of muck land:and fn the public,school building

bin home in Columbus., Ohio. better, will continue his trip further was pulled out on the ways for an over leak tcHypolnxo, or some other:nice, will move oa it The land he hasbeughtfronts atPriMiami. .

J north. He will probably spend the summer hauling. gene place. "for a little pleasant celebra the Lake on.the east and the R. '
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E. in ,the East and return here next tes.. R. station on the het.4'L- :*B. A. Ender is Southern Expresss
LeeJoa.ofW&\'e1and. was visit. C. T. Williams, of Hernando county .t"t" .. zY Agent here in place of J. .,P, Lamond
winter as this is the place and climatethat .,:
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this needs t t& latter part of last. ; 'last year made 650 gallons 'of, syrup off I srs. Lennon.Ringgold, McKenna, '$" 'olio resigned, and will .leave Saturday
suit him the ,
ft*a4".a guest over at the Inn. pest land.. the and Hosford all toma UNTO LOCALS. >
.. 1% acres of pine Some of jesSey are shipping -*. _'_ 1'. r 6 the.Klondike. .;'#
distinguished arrival at Palm Beach stalks measured 17 feet-DeCaad Sup toe,d'ome of them other vegetables u. ,_ .?h#"- : 0_;d

c. B. Walwortli Eastern Passenger .last Wednesday evening was B. F. Newcomer plement. from their East Side places now but 're Roy Scammel was here this weektiayis 1 ;The Seminole Hotel has received

'4=t efie.s.. EShiP' .Co.:.was /'of Baltimore, Md., who was accompanied port prices as lower than they were last ,.. -- ", '.>.. trough IdnerSon. agents, .a,email
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....it.. d 'to fet'"'Friday.Attecsey : by his daughters, Mrs. J. M. Sugar cane averaging from twenty- week, though still remunerative., S.:Anderson- of'West PalnrBea h.qshere plant for making acetylene gas and:itwi

Majslb, Mrs. F. H. Hack and Mrs. H. B. five to thirty joint and producing each < Wednesday. .* ..f: be given trial, when, if satisfactory -

W. Metealf* spent several GUpia, and his grandson,Master Donald five pints of juice were grown'by ,}t. !Mrs..Geo. A. Gale took Miss Leonttteohnsoo 4.\ Manages'Zapf will have the entire

days up.at Mebonrne on.business, tbefore Gilpin. Mr. Newcomer is the 'VicePresident R. Terry in Marion county this year.- i. of'Decatur, Ills., to Pitts Island j.'P.Beck and wife,of Hillsboro,--spent hotel supplied with it.

MMB..part of this week' but. is home again and Treasurer of the Atlantic Florida Agriculturist.It Monday and to the Inlet and beacli- Sunday, with Miss Lilly Lane.

I ..' Coast Line Co., and one of Baltimore's and Tuesday besides showing other points The Bee Hive corner has'had rubber
is said that fools wise
_7_ M. potter' made a business most influential, citizens He is making 79,90 to the Klondike 100 this of interest- around the Lake. Miss johnson Peter Pederson'made two' large shipments ., ,", trees set out ou the streets both sides of

tdji Co Jensen rttPriday, returning Sat. the... tour of the East. Coast resorts, with men spring.are Thefpofs going will work the mines who is stopping at the Royal :Poin of strawberries this week. "" "* land the bank lot has 'finished setting
'-1 "' dana.is friend:of H. .D.. them ont on its Clematis Avenue side.
think a Mrs Colby
1Bday.. ... poJtII lIfP' prospects his family in is pripteca yrhe '
!| a the wl jiieu',will work:1he1ooli.. a .. F.L.Teabrook and PostfiJasUrJ Jc. shad
whsffisitedfms bore wevrill.hav
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Palm Beach a deHg&fai spotbit as they here conplettyears ago J otrg .:as nice. J
... L the Memphis Commercial Appeal.The and promised to come again this winter wentto Boynton Thursdayspegung.Mrs. : streets aaany tity in the coulitJy.r'' _,'. _
,tfI. S. Oov, after spsoliaf a week or wanted to see all the places along .. ,
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BJ!;y GIII ", jut line they left for Miami Friday.: While Palm Beach Yacht Club held no but seems to have,.sent Miss Johnson asher W. K.Lyman, of,Lantana, spent The grounds around tfye, public. school
representative.Quite
t1edt+alvai.JeIt Was 4a,ties.Jals home here they were guests of the Royal race yesterday. As the cups have all Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. L. G. building have been cleaned and graded
Foiacbna.Messrs. .
/ I"b."' **" **' been won the interest in the races has fallen a crowd came down from Jupiter Lyman. _______ and other improvements will be made.

off so that the management will probably last Saturday in Capt. MagiU's all under the personal supervisionof
.'Richardson Harney and Comstock ater-
apt. U. D. 'Hii Dixie's bachelor trio left last Sat-
Beach, was here this week, the guest of
pit- -down>, !! ...i!be"f", \ Miss Rose Sanders, proceeded on down County School Board from this district.
: boat attend a house
6Iut -- urday by sail to "More young men are learning tradesin Miss Lilly Lane. I
aif" pia.
Hotels
... .. ", J "POfll' at Therella Plantation, the borne the Lake, visiting the East Side
party the than outside of
penitentiaries and the town. They came back in the F. L. Tenbrook purchased seven acres The first case to come before our new
Chambers and sister just be-
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.. : Jatues them because we are trying to make evening and after dropping Miss Sang I of valuable hammock land of the East mayor was a drunk and disorderly last

... gpetet.ikim+ from Jupiter low Linton. As the part-was not to be clerks, doctors and lawyers out _of the ders. left for home. We understand they] Coast R. R. Co. '_ Thursday' Mayor Gruber seemed to

vtHiriiy to tke tern el dairyman till Monday eveningthey gave them material intended for blacksmiths, carpenters and the
rested on the Riviera fiats for a short. take to his duties naturally
of time take in several Messrs. Temple Burton, Grant Fenno,
selves to "
plenty
will Wtten's cows ,op to the prairiesto : and other trades, says an ex time on their way up the Lake, and after words two and a half and costs" fell
of intewtalong the They James Chambers and S. J. Lane went to
places way change.An
jpsstnr ,this sum er, leaving with getting,in the canal some trouble from his'lips as easily as a learner frqm
bad sine friI, Arrived there in time and West Palm Beach Sunday. ,
the, Ie' .Ob'!.-tarmoom.. exchange informs us that,a printing with the engine detained them till it a bike.
attfe, than hospitably received and
were office in a little town>in Michigan is was about two o'clock Sunday morning N.Y.
Mr. Anderson of Brooklyn, arrived
"',Cspt. B.Qow who, .as one of ourisgttlar sirtiiniinril' by the host and hostess. W. L. Widmeyer formerly night
opened with This is a before they arrived home -but they hada likes the location
always prayer. here last week. He -
w4 with arrived back home yesterday and for the F E. C. has
tr risers, ,JIb .fa'i i. Hjfj freight clerk Ry.,
exception to the rule, a? from time good time will
rare any way.HYPOLGSO of and thinks he
. ..t the..$ glsalft overM $.ii yi11p. sport the house party as having been a immemorial it has been for our own been promoted to the day position left

wit Monday (er bj .bdee',in.Cbtago most pleasant affair, attended by the customary invest in some land. vacant by the resignation of A.S. La-
be the devil and
office
the to opened by HAPPENINGS.
:==J. $. Win- elite from Linton and the surrounding dosed by the sheriff. .. Lyman & Co raised a pole in front of mond, and Mr Wid meyer's former po-

I plantations and that everything passed their store. 11. is not a Republican; Pole sition lips eenfi11ed by J. T. Knox a
Capt C. W. Pierce, of Boynton, was
# H --R I off the and entire satisfaction arnyai.The l.
to new
enjoyment
4 I as was said in the Miami Metropolis,
E.C. Goodwin bs been night The ,services at the church of Betbes- here Monday.
of themselves included.Mr. .
everybody, the
da-by-the-bea will be continued throughthe hut a common, every day pale for two lectures and steriopticoa cshibitions
J1J' fr the "'Y at this pint
p it
M. has his
J. Harper just completed stars and stripes to float over.
and Mrs. Joseph Jefferson and The steamer "Eclipse" b Prof. F. Berk last
ttf f4i *", {eft 1' *day to accept the summer. house and is too given V. J.
t at Woodley and his servant left Palm Beach last Wednesdayfor will leave the city wharf for the churchat packing .. none soon. The shipping of vegetables is rapidly week were not as vwcll" attended especially -

_d by D. P. Howell,who New York City. They have spent 10:30, and the wharf of the Royal Capt. H. D. Pierce went to West Palm increasing and the truckers are highly the last one, &* :they should.have

night the greater part, of the season at the Poinciana at 10:45. The service is at n Beach Tuesday OB launch Victor to consult delighted over the prospects of an im- been, for the lectures were both instructive

tr, t"' Royal Poinciana where they have been o'clocon Sunday morning. the doctor. mense crop this year. The fact that and amusing, as Prof.: Bdrk. is as

'. 't1 School Superintendent Z. T. the observed of all observers. Mr. Jef :they are able to buy their fertilizer and interesting talker and well acquainted

.. I '. tt stopped off here'on his way ferson has passed the most of the time The average devotee of the sacred A. W. Garnett made .a trip to West crates and pay spot cash is highly gratifying with his subjects, while his instrument

J-4 b ae last Thursday from attending th*. during the day, fishing, either on the tripod, whether devil, printer'or editor, Palm Beach on business Saturday even- is one of the finest, showing up the'pic '

It County Superintendent's Convention at pier or in a boat on the Lake. He has is inherently everlastingly -avaricious ing going on the 549 train and return- tures in their fullest detail and of good '. .

," JsckseiviBe and spent several days in been the victim of many a snapshot, and wants all the cold cash he can ing on the 9:17, p. m. Being a modest people we don't like to size. It is too bad that more of our'tit- ,"
boast but will venture to that Lin-
vifitinx the schools In this city and vi!- which he seemed not to mind,'in fact we get. Yet in the matter of contemporaneous Mr. of N. say izns were not there for they missed a
Westbrooks Wilmington,
than
has of pineapples
ton more acres
for home inclined to think he rather enjoyedit appropriation of his literary productions both in the pictures and toe
treat
city, leaving Tuesday night. I are C., representing Barker & Co., of Philadelphia place south of West Palm Beach and rat: ,
ask
he is conceited enough to any
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-- especially. the innocent faces on thus: accompanying.lectures.
was here last week and spent a that they are in better condition, also
for credit Palatka Advertiser.Vol. .
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Mallikln arrived interested
john up from New who pressed the button. Those i.-- -
few days with the growers.Mr. fruiting better than at any point on the
River Saturday and left for, there again in the Palm Beach churches have Pineapples In California.
No. of The Southern Cooperator cOast. While we admire the push and
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yesterday, taking his family with him. reason to remember bim with the great. Rickards, of Bocaratone, has a '.
is at hand. It is published at enterprise of the two proprietors of the
He reports his crop of vegetables as est gratitude, as no doubt they do. Mayhe gang of.men here for the purpose of unloading California was settled many years before -,
Ocala, Fla., claims to be a reform paper, "City at the foot of the Lake" we can-
i < ready to ship and looking very well considering live to spend many more winters at some of the lumber off the of their sub- it was discovered that oranges
advocates operation and its price is not conscientiously
approve
:"J the dry weather, but a little Palm Beach in company with his good wrecked Lofthus. He has pitched a of them could be grown with profit, and it is only
fifty cents a yea While no name of: jects trying to borrow "pines"
tote rain would do them a deal of wife. ascertainedthat
great the Hypolnxo Beach.It recently that it was
camp over on send quite
good fast now. ___ publisher or editor appears anywhere in I re fortunate neighbor towns to could be produced here
I One of the Royal Poinciana's honored this issue we judge from some clippings : away to show tint.their pines were uninjured pineapples

I BeBJ+Bln Livingston atrivtd here guests, Titus Sheard, of Little Falls, N. which it reprints, that Willis M. Myers is no joke about our town.the wave As evidencewe of prosperity by the, late frost. equal to those of Florida.SacramentoBee.
striking
Today a visit to his brother, John Y., has gained quite a reputation as a is the editor and probably publisher.Mr. .... ,
I have had two carloads of tomato Guide said the time
The
Livingston, who is clerk in J. P. 011u'a fisherman since his arrival at Palm Myers at one time was connected Tannic Acid All'EIght. A year ago
crates sidetracked here the'past week California would raise -
Ben has been spending the winter Beach. Last Thursday ,be caught a with,THE TROPICAL SUN, but since then would come when
and that is not enough to supply one- Florida Extract her and the Florida papers
of the pineapples
W. M. Brown own
Miami measured
bis way to his monster jew fish, one that has been doing newspaper work in different -
ball the shippers as they were all taken of this noticed an article laughed at ns. But the time.iscoming.Fruitman's
old home In Palatka where he expects seven feet in length and 54 inches parts of the State. company, place
Guide.
to Iteain this AID 'er and he left for around the waist and weighed 500 before they arrived.We in these columns two weeks ago f

there yesterday morning.B. pounds. It took six men and two boysto The Dade County fair has been a great I this which was taken from an: exchange re- ,.. "
have
competition season on
land it, and if all their hands looked educator to the northern visitor as to the garding the futile efforts that had been Now and Forever.
that has
them
K. Hunt, of Jupiter, was in town like Mr. Sheard's the fish must havt capabilities of the southern soil. The crates, paper etc. will brought made at Astor to produce tannic acid from --'S.

Tuesday, on business. He reports hav given them considerable trouble. Fri. more fairs we can have the more goodwe down so the growers save several the palmetto root, and called our attention 'The blue and the gray' has becomea
could
left wo acres of pines under shed that, day morning he tried bis luck again, on can do for Florida by demonstratingto hundred dollars. Why we a'not get to several alligator hides that have historic expression. A united peopleown
it before? We are glad to get reduction
from present prospects will give him a the pier, ,. and succeeded in catching a the visitors that a man can raise enough been tanned successfully by the tannin the country, uphold its flag and resent
even this late day let the
good
at ;
thousand crates of fruit this season. He very large king I fish, one of the largest to eat and have some to sell; that a gOOd work least few of produced by his company. It seems tons a foreign threat in a solid American
on-at a us
has some twelve or thirteen acres more caught this year. Mr. Sheard is Ex- living can be made out of the ground i it.go appreciate that if the tannic acid produced from I phalanx.-St. Louis Globe-Dem

i 0 out or to be planted this season, 'all of Speaker and Senator of the New York I here, if thritt, energy and intelligenceare palmetto roots will tan an alligator hideit ocrat.

which be will abed and has the lnmber Legislature, and is one'
i-? othadto do it with so that'by the manufacturers ,of' the state. He is a knowledge to their friends and acquant sachnsetts, is spending some apparently asked for or expected. Mr. Brown sectionalism, and theSouth is proudof

tu4of tkU sessott be will have fifteen I personal friend of Manager Sterry 'and ances, and they in turn spread the story, ,happy days at this place and is delighted also has samples of cow hide, calf and it-Pensacola News.

acre la all and all under sheds. ,As his : enjoyed hit visit very much. It was until it reaches those looking for .a with the outlook. The boss fisher. deer skin, all tanned in 'a very short

i 'I ptoes are oa rather low land and he runs WIth regret that he left for the north home away from the winters ot the man took him over to Lake Osborn and while by the palmetto extract Titus- Subscribe i for Tin SEr :

7 I' tav Bill,H .,tIJ} be sffer 19 sled them, Saturday morning. ( northern states.Daytona pazeqe News.I ithey, notwithstanding, th.e'limited time. vine Star.

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: THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA,' THURSDAY, MAHCH31, 1898. -

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\ ADMRTISERISDIRECTORY. HOUSE FURNISHINGS: *Fish i O'ompi

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Whose Cards Appear ia ThTper- The Palms, West Palm Beach.The "
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GENERAL MERCHANDISE: -
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I U D Hendrickson, Lake W rth:
The Equitable Life Insurance,Co,
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1 D Maihis West Palm Beach FIRE INSURANCE&REAL ESTATE: .
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AN UNCONSCIOUS ARTIST. A. KENNEL FOR YOUR DOG: ---,.* Wallace RMoses: West Palm Beach. ,receive- / d live 4

WHOLESALE GROCERS ..' fresh- free-
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Bow Tommy Tartlet Drew Skeleton and Amy Boy"Who It Handy With Tool Hay 4 .
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I Escaped m Licking.i Hake One In Half a Day. Pope &McLaorin, Jacksonville.Thos UNDERTAKING: Oysters '

i Some of the most wonderful discover- There are undoubtedly any number Nooney&Sons, Jacksonville. E I Gordon, Jacksonville.Geo every in

tel made by man have been the result of of boys who have a dog, but no kennel Is. H Maltby, West Palm Beach. day. -

; unexpected happenings. This is true to keep him in. Almost any kind of -,.. ,
: not only in respect to the things of material SPICES,TEAS AND COFFEES:
kennel, people think, will do for a dog
benefit, but also to of the BANKING: at Railroad Q}p t te. the'
many ,
Fish Houses r
so long as it affords him a place to sleep I D & R D Grether, Jacksonville. .
things that pertain to the amusement in and protection from rains and cold. Dade County State Bank,' .. .. .. o.l'.91 .
; world. The following story is a good ass .:f Ice:Factory- "
Beach.
Illustration of this fact: If he gets a big dry goods box'with ahole MEATS-''- -- West Palm .. .. ..-- .;
: National Bank of the. State, of Florida, .
in small school .
Many years ago a L' -
i house in an eastern state two little boys Geo S Adams, West Palm Beach. Jacksonville. ," .... .,. .
; Rat side by side on the hard narrow Will Vhiddea, "_ ,' First National Bank of Florida, "-: .

.; benches in use at that time. Presently ... -...- WohaflsSTATE'
FISH AND OYSTERS SEEDS: ,
:
nearly as broad, as he was bigh-held
tip his hand to attract the attention of .a East Coast Fish Co West Palm Beach. Wm A Bours& Co, Jacksonville. .

the teacher. Reynolds&Hull, West Palm Beach L Cameron, Jacksonville. AGENT 'FOB-
"What is it, Johnny?" asked the
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S B Miller & Co, New Yonc m

teacher. l 4 Kingsland& Comstock New YorkS PINEAPPLE PLANTS: ti
I "Tommy Turtles won't let me aloneLHe & ; =
Longman MartinezA!
keeps callin me a skiliogtou." L Storer, &Co. New York :. G C Matthams, West Palm Beach.

'," "Why, Tommy," said the teacher, e .5. ,. : *.}
::"yon must have a very poor idea of a r L" ICE DEALERS: r': : Brick Shingles .--if T?Si- --f- -?
NURSERY STOCK : :Lime ,
skeleton. Johnny is very far from look : ,

ing like one. You should know better R A McPherrin, West Palm Beach. loh 1'B Beach,West Palm Beach.FERTILIZERS :! :

v than,that, especially as,your father is --... : .. Cement and ,Coal,Tar.:, A, .
--- 1t-
e a doctor. Instead of annoying Johnny -
take your pen and draw a skeleton, that DRUGGISTS: : ,

*like.we may" see what you think one looks 1 B H Dimick, West Palm Beach., Wm A Bours&Co, Jacksonville. Agentfor Slckl er's Peerletf\ 'C mentPJfif: f.l.lis
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Baker&Holmes,
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.. "I can't draw- .no skilutton," said'I In one end large enough for him --see Little Bros, South Hogan'St., Jacksonville: ,.Florida. IfcSMT -I
,Tommy. to: go through he is better off than the FRUIT AND PRODUCE ON COMMIS- :
% _' "Well, try what you can do,"said I average of his race, but a kennel made SION: Jacksonville Fertilizer_Co, JacksonvilleSTEAMBOATS.HEAVY ""

\ the teacher. "You may astonish alls i especially for his use is much better, ... ,. fli J '11 -_.':.

by the result" and it can easily be built in half a day. J B Massa & Bro, Jacksonville. MACHINERYAND < ,; ;"'__'FJJ: .1'Y>> ;S .;
Tommy bent over the desk, pen in Albert I Bucky & Co, S .
The drawing shows such an affair, CASTINGS
hand and seemed to Thos & : :, .
.writing some- Nooney Son, : '
thing. Presently the teacher, looking very neat in appearance, which anybodycan Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co, .
----,.._.._ E. 1. GOBDON .
up saw' him showing the paper to construct from a few boards with ,- Jacksonville. : :,<' xa

Johnny. ,tongued and grooved edges. DRY GOODS AND,CLOTHING: Florida Machine Works, Jacksonville. J .,.
"What have there ?"she Its size will depend, of course, on the -
,Tommy .
you .
rT
.
asked. size of your dog, but for a canine oi Kohn, Fnrcbgott & Co, Jacksonville. .55 -'- -fl .-,:,,":_ .

"Kothio only some w ltin." And he medium size a box 36 inches long 22 Cohen Bros, Jacksonville. GAS AND OIL, MOTORS AND MACHINERY '. : .

swiftly folded up the paper wet with inches wide and 33 inches.high from Dave Singer, : .REPAIRS: .Undertaker' .
ink and placed it between the pages of the ground to ,the roof peak will give Mrs J Frank., West Palm Beach Haines :
Brothers, Jacksonville.
his spelling book. ample room. If it is made larger or '
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: :
smaller, the relative T ..* .
The teacher walked over and, taking same proportions C
it out opened it, and this was the remit should be maintained. MEN'S FURNISHERS: IRRIGATING PLANTS: ,,&,SUPPLIES: ,and Embalmer.. : ,._ E t
_
First make the front and back with .tff.V .
John G Christopher .
J A Craig&Bro, Jacksonville. Jacksonville.DENTISTS
peaked tops, then the side and bottom.In :
:
the front cut the entrance hole and ... *- I"-. :
Metallic ; I'I
Full Line Caskets.
be sure to have it large enough. Don'tforce TAILORING: : : : > ,-, : ....

your dog to squeeze and scrape Dr J A Pugh, West Palm, Beach. '
time he crawls in This Livy-The Popular Price Tailor- .
every or out. L Daniel, Cocoa. Telegraphic Orders Filled by,First TI t
opening ,should be marked with a cons: Jacksonville
M D L Dodson, Titnsville., .* -I- ; ... .,
pass and cut with a keyhole saw to obtain The New York Tailoring Co, ; .

r the curved line. Above f it, in the : .- e t. S.-r. '- ... ; ()'28-97'. ; % erg West'Adams St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. '
--
peak, bore four holes and the ,- ..-,' .ff'H'. .,"."t.2<
with same k '-.... PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS-.' ''1- 1 ''"_ 'i,11 -
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saw cut away the wood between them, HARDWARE: 1
as shown in the picture, so as to make a Dr R B Potter, West Palm Beach.
a M E Gruber West Palm Beach. H C Hood -
ventilator, for dogs as well as other animals .
,\ need pure air. The back can be OW Weybrecht, E W Pugh 4< II

treated in a similar manner, so that a -... : '.' Baker & Holmes :
circulation of air can be bad. ..:- ,
Now nail the sides to the bottom, and I LUMBER: LAWYERS:

the front and back to the bottom and T V Cashen, Jacksonville. W.I Metcalf, West Palm Beach.A rWHOLESALE DEALEES DT > .

sides, Between the two peaks nail a I ,.. E Heyser Juno. '

He had written the words "old strip of wood to form a ridge pole, Robbins& Graham, Miami. Cotton Seed Meal and Fertilizers"
against which the ends of the FURNITURE: ,
,
.*tattler" on the paper to annoy Johnny upper Pope&Campbell, Jacksonville. ',
p boards the roof be nail '
forming to
.and, folding it while the ink are Geo H Maltby West Palm Beach. Corn Oats Flour
up was ed. Next put on the top, nailing it securely -: -.,.. Hay, Feed, Grits and ,Heil.
wet, had produced the following peculIar ... '. J .
to the the
effect: ridgepole, top edgesof CIVIl ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS:
the front and back, and also to the
"Well, tbat's rather a peculiar skeleton PIANOS AND ORGANS:] Franklin Sheen West PalmBeach. __
upper edge of the sides. Under the Building Materials = __
but not so bad for a first ," .
attempt .
aid the astonished teacher. front and back nail a piece of joist to Ludden & Bates' So Music House, ,
raise the floor of the kennel from the Jacksonville. NOTARIES PUBLIC:
Tommy escaped the licking for that ground. When this is done look inside ... lime. Brick, Cement, and JlMterfils H alr. :
time, although his mischievous pranks Guy I Metcalf West Palm Beach.W .
and that there nail ends visi .
see are no
'
earned him a one in after days. R Moses II "
many JEWELERS: "Tough Flies.
ble to tear, the dog's skin or stick into on .
This is the story. Since that time 1 H Lirington, "
him when he lies down.A Idner& Son West Palm Beach.

many imitating a laugh Tommy's has been work.raised-by Ram'sHorn. others staple with a chain, attached to ... i H -...... Guaranteed to Protect Horses'and.Cattle. ,. -againit- Fltes;" .
the end of which may be a snap, can be Main )
BARBERS 9.18-97 Office and.BaySta.: JacksonTiUe
BUILDING SUPPLIES: : FlorJda
driven in at one side of the front if it .

The Parrot'i Resolution. is desired to keep the dog fastened. If Southern Fuel and Supply Co, D M Geaurideau, West Palm Beach. 1. 'r. ;

The parrot had been listening to the necessary, a door may be fitted to clothe Jacksonville ,
hole in the front at night, so as to ,
talk about good resolutions, for
had been making seine' for everybody the keep the dog warmer in winter, but you Chas Hacker Welshans, Jacksonville.Geo Snbscribe for The Sue.t . . S i . . .. t t' -...
must & Son Charleston, S C. .
new year. Now, parrots always try to never forget to open it in the morn 1-:
ing, as it would be disagreeable fora
I imitate people, so be made one too. very -- '
That is what be was thinking of as ho dog to be shut in so small a place : :" : ':
I\ smoothed his beak with his claw. when he is awake. ,If it is thought desirable OYSTERS .. ,
to paint the kennel the nail .
"I won't scream or say any ugly Our .
words," he said to himself. "I will say holes should be puttied up and the entire Sprig T
I only nice, Then outside treated to several succes- Are excellent eating when you can get them FRESH. U the
1\\ funny things. theywon't sive coats. A light colored paint is bestAlways 4 .... t That. ,4
thieateu send
: to me away. only ,we have .
way them. We them
get fresh.here .
So all New Year's day and part of the place plenty of straw on the ey Styles Every Day tea -

next be kept saying, "Happy New floor of a kennel to make a soft bed for the finest osterbeds, in Indian River;and. openiHem to'orferan'y.cway
Year!I" "Glad to see you!" "Polly your dog. He will be more grateful to ; '.. '
wants a cracker." "Get up, horsy!" you in his canine way than you have : For (Den's Wear you.want them-serye themon_ the haif shell or,fill'yoni;.oi> _

I and tried to "Twas tbo any idea Philadelphia Press.A a' der for
say night be a gallon or a barrel. Call and *
see us at the Dock.
Are all in. The City
fore Christmas," which he had been largest and handsomest ..
taught-for,of coarse,he couldn't know Shadow Portrait. line of Woolens in the South. Best work, ..

that really was a week after Christ best finish, best fit and lowest prices. Suits : GARDNER'S, OYSTER".H'OUSB\ '- .

mas. The children were good, too for to order, $12.00, $13.50, $15.00, $16.00, ..
they had made a resolution not to quar $18.00, $20.00, $22.50,$25.00 and up. .

gel and everything was pleasant in the t PANTS-fc.75, $3-00.13.50,14.00 : *+ FRANK C. GARDNER ',Proprietor.-, '
i nursery, where the parrot's cage hung. { $5.00, ,
But tho next day Harry teased Kitty :: $6.00,17.00 and up. .. :.

by taking her ( j . . . .
playthings. '
was crow and away said: "Stop! You're Kitty hor- MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT-Samples and Self-Measurement Blank sent . . . ; . .

rid I" o O, un application. ','

Then Harry pulled away her new picture -

book and sat on it. The Popular Price Tailor .
"I'll tell mamma" she said "Ma-ar- L I VI' ,, "- '.
mA" she roared, "make Harry !"
stop Do
want
you aoWe STEAMBOA T?
"Telltale! said Harry. Then Kitty 13 Main St Jacksonville Fla.
t'stepped him so that it hurt, and both ,
began to cry.
The parrot listened in surprise. Then C*We do Dyeing, Cleaning, Repairing, Altering and Pressing.2 .97 have them to sefi, and if we have none' '

seeing that ,they bad broken their resolution 'S on hand to suit, we can buiLL.....
be thought he mast do the same
JUST
(for parrots can only imitate people) So -<', I WHAT TO-rj.-W-A2TT..i .J

.. he began to scream out:' "Stop! Horrid ..'.;.. .- D I We are also prepared to furnish ._ j L ;* ?"''
thing! Telltale! Boo-ho-oo! Ma-ar- ,I' THE EARMAN HOUSE
'
mar! ,
"What is all this!1"said mamma,com Pumping Outfits' for I : '
Irrigatito .
in. "I ,
quarrel"The ing thought you promised not to Is now open for Winter Travel. ,, 'T

children were much ashamed. Seat of Accommodations. Write or call on o for Anything In our Lln<:th.t yoa'BMi'"

They stopped crying and made up with Table:: :Best the:: Market''Affords.A ,

each other. With a sharp penknife cut' along all -: ia Connection. A Merrill-Stevens Engineering; :Co. .
But the parrot kept on screaming: of the lines shown in this picture. Then Rates Reasonable. Short Distance from the Depot. ,
"Horrid! Stop! Boohoo! Marina! hold it up between a bright light and : .
Horrid! Stop! Boohoo! Mar-mar! till some dark' wall or paper' The light AJdress' SIRS Jacksonville; 'Florida.
S. E. EABIAN
everybody was tired of hearing him. shining through the holes will' throw '. .
; But of coarse he didn't know any bet- the shadow of a great American. Who *>P: UACKSQNVILLE RAILWAYS .
MARINE
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t .}IS4: -. "' ;pagn4>champagne cooling ia back- of the City'or across the Lake,, '. -.,.. ... -" .AT-W'ROLFsAt: : _-' .- : : .
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paid BonefJUrate, .
,,- IJJ-:rIIIaU1 4't fa ;MPor:favors for country_produce. "-- : ; These Ferilizsrs byre Soda Wurt.itot I'Otti)tl, Stilphntc Potash,"Nazis. lte.1 Ttirrkeiwon-l'taniyntt! Street,
,. menIitre bon'handled Bay of curt and.I win SendflrCataw"'neI'rnf. T'no." "ajwrlor' iojgedip rtct.And a trial will couriDce.-. ,
: r"'a':: ,: fath"'dU&tera"topped save you morey. 6-1-9' : ..: :. .." 'J\ -" 'rti- --** i *>-* .- > ; 11.12WEST

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1t ,td'. I ) Io .n'l1er fa: 'boutonnieres of, tinsel,-"paper._or 8wanT HEmftrntjftttrnr mrlUtrmmlttmmnm"mmm.1tr" .

:c t 'vow M doteS 'or'fiesb: violets and other blot* :Palm: .. .. Palm Beach, f! .ioac.
l original cms. The wise hostess ,., .
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orate where '
.-.--.. IIIU&i be.. oon ti eredf- iaihes'bf ck. her"steadfast efforts to inject her own Drugs, Toilet Articles ,< : '!f : ",.: ; ::' i : GeneralBankiBgBosinsss TransaiiledCollections l
lariataft"bordered narrow prejudices into othe ., 5;. Florida' :. :. promptly
with roi a':or=otbtr people's and Western r atsi3 remitted on'day cf
w...ii, jkad, of artifloIal.rosBs opinions. IJavQ\ lately' been ::: "" "" receipt. Drafts taught and sold on the prln-
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Wtth bofltoiaakMito.rflitdij: and"reiM Eand .impressed'with tWO of,the Fine Stationery and :.5' A-- ': Armour's: 'Star :Hams :Bacon; "*>*? : -- '.:::; c-Jpal. cities of.the United-.State.- ., 49OT'HOTEL. .

of the OHM< lowers,-gayly. painted bad 'a attemptiJ.thii'lleCtion. .' ; ,;, .... ,
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t.tseM., .%*. o1a ris ,to be fastened Shortly after the death bOiissVillard and :Bologna, Tripe ..and "PigsFeet : '...' .3Mailorders n" ..
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1... ,. :\_ ti I Dd-.m. J] of fpr in.a tWoikPPer! .f It Druggist Sundries; -. "." -, Tb P' )
::; ; ;'j- : jvaa ea ,- Domestic poultry: ,6" .ams
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rae4tM" boas oaf*and oollan.'dSt g deed eulogy of her asin; PrecTiptionaCitrefuilyCompounded ;} ; '!3 @ .. :
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tbe;" IMMil are Willard was one'of the noblest East ,Coast Business Solicited. : :Turkeys; Butter. ; : .-{ How v
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8eiit, tieitA wltbimamaaad'handl the after mentioning WEST PALM BEACH; 61006.CEO.S.HACKER E: a dFggs, aid, a' Full 'Liiiev ofi; All- j. .

-9l1r e..TA r......,t'h4-"" ohifpyeatsofit4e; temperance lead .E ; '-. >::. Modem Improvements Eledtria
tej wHh t eweN'and' er'0 lif*' ttd lerff salient phiaracterifitics ., :- 1} : >I: j :; : : ';: Buts Baths. Etc: .

Ilselist ofline tait1MiL ribfcoasiBatchiflg: the tn\bll\ dtevoinaavvhardrbtii the ,': Vegetables ,;; -. .. ...; '' '.''.,. .,--=:::' ,. ... "

A aovelty IIa a .. denim Pt.'I'!" ketch remA1k .With it all, Miss &., SOW t .I '-.;' .. ,L.",. -..:;.' ". ,'3< ; ,. -, '$2.0070. $3(00'PER DAY,.

:gI.taelit;};Jiit It if about nine inch' 4e titstee 9i11i, J w" lnorQaghlydomestio| in her i ,- '4'-'*- ,... ....... ".." _, ...OW. "'<.. .,, ;', .'. ,_:__:::_I;; -. Address' .. ; -. .. _"- .
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and J .. fc
"ww.... a yetd k3Bfa.d-ia' a4teasE, J ,of anew wornib4U .-w.. W'" '. ...I it *-BE
provided ; P
...will 'men;rooketo; gtyioflooUagitia How, If Tranced Willard was not ;: >" <. '.:.:.s 1;. '. LJS.t:

'dope ot the mk..": a. .bold cards anew woman.. in every real sense of the L .1; :iP4., -WestPi
+ 'lihleltttieeyagelfeiiEttcoe the wm' word Ishou1d.1ike_to-how who was. from. any Responsible, .;;:a ; ,

'"' .IM" zeta 's1rahte Her. attention had not been called to .j. : -

'rilbume...tI1ta f iitgit ialifioiiI wound b witi_ woman f' ,suffrage'J strongly/fchen'sbe e first e... Partiesin... .. :, ., the- :Countywill;: / !;' lte- ''. 3 o :. ,'ITT .1 /A representatives .'

'are aeeIa"> ......., while single sold .workVery quietly,. E : : d h' a nt s In'every-CltJ and
eta sari, II r@atp..ehtyahemuma however; she recognized that to do any ceivePrbmpti. Attention. *!:. .*i. w{ *":" : ;. : toirjijQ! ,the State

,aeiu$0s Gr.!ble'lltlMd.1vp' ei1oag". hrr work>which:'involvea>influencing the .:-:' : "> >..({;.;JO .,,It{fl...-.1. xv. _..3,::: io''repi' e"r our

la.laea _aN see ako1 favorite*; :Crape peopl ballot,' widely .women must have the ... ... .. ,-- ...... ."......A'" .'.., .. }, .. :-=.' "'j1' VR ;' '_-:_- consignments,_ We"" 0.01.will' tc :Solicit .
Bhe'awthii and said ; pay? aTgood
ale -----w:
rftf wfefeh Mind so bravely '
UBaansted D4 at the first i ', >:;sf ,'- com mission. Write,' osr for parti
.. opportunity u-
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M saps tied saboN hair biurd littltMM ; and from that : : : lrreStencils "
day to her death woman sent .
1 -.8I gnffraca had nn MANUFACTURERS. OF A application.
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IWe-taun.
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-,. --- t :: Specialty is Made of ,
more Supplying,
w-e.ay 1tdJ WIDell aDd'ahephent! eloquent or earnest advocate than Doors ,. ;.$! I Albert J"Buqky:8G:
she was. The '
croaks! all woman suffrage? .
are Very conven .
popular g ,
: Winter Cottagers Yachts '
wfctKxrt. much .ujeue.t.bq ? lion ia session at Washington held'a Sash :y I ig ; Private F '
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.make a .', : The Brokers and) ,
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; ; memorial service in'fief ; .
.... abort. ... honor. Frances Cars : -
of the latter are ,of 5*= and Parties.. .. Commission
Willard
yWn.wfcHt. wood polkbed and entwined : .sought 20 years ago to.have Blinds, :-: -- ;. a....... ; Jtferchants,

wt& .U4-.Of. fie d fiower :garlands j women admitted' as* delegates to the : ;.'i. .' r "i" d:: ; 14,Maiq St.... JACKSONVILLE, ;FIA,

(Haiiior, tutteroups ras,.poppk*, etc,' Methodist general conference, and herself -MouldingsAND E ; : : ;. :-7 -. ,'*- "'.,: .. '''3' .' 10-21-57 _
Lang wt U was sent'as delegate and turned 1M8-7 .
}painted :dkeetoireestick -
.IMT. ..aeh4M of>'ru.ed co with aa* away by the high nosed old ,bigots in Building( Material, : I A. B. .

..atmwUn: of db! other; sticks'hava the Frances Methodist conference of that day CHARLESTON S. C.- I lljlljlljlljlljllllllllllilljlllllllllllI11I J J Jl lllj1111l111! Campbell,
Willard
also
i} riaiHii learned to ride a
of etmr '
;a
t attached
by ribbons Ludden Spates
(Mgr
bicycle after,the LARGEST FACTORY So. Music House) ,
.
etken ras O1 8-old .SOUTH.
are to pedlilf and -
.with boilItbbsiand fo11r4bead.'ti; ; here ittbAtbeJla wheeling had,'no more enthusiastic! de- 1-.- Send- --' for- _meed.. .... -. ; '' ". '',. --- > '. .,- _,- Jacksonville, Florida.PIANOS ,
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.* .. .M. > and ribboca'play 'gorse than ehe.\'. fow, once more, if this : :
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Ji..a$Jla VII.'- '-part; in'tfieerolntimof was not being1 av.niew woman I should : lr'LITTlE ; ? -
.. .. BROS.
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... ; ..-.... .- -.,' ..:I modestly like to ask what i& A little "
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1M' while .
.; ago I read'Ii sketch written \ft :# ,' < tvx1'V. ORGANS
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.1 some old woman,sheet a friend of my t", 1:

t., it'- '-: own,'a plucky young 'lady lately gone .' .'ji :.'-,' fertilizer i 9 3 Pl1oS'plateC.; .. Uest Hakes, Lowest; Prices. ,

4l_, *. to the Klondike.wiUt her husband. The : ., IJY!. Easiest Terms % -' .
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young lady has been ;- 1 Sheet Music, Music Books and Small
associated with '
. .. IA''y the ei ,... : .' .; ,.;t. : JacksonvilleFlorida. '::Instruments All Kinds
+ at Rock
k rt I 0I < progrisXvetJhmkirB: ttbe time ever !. t''y. : : .,.? .- .. .'> :' ...Bottom Prices..... :
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4 i.ty ry ylH .since while he was grown and is herself -'s'L "'.' o M1Y; ,: .. :. : : :-'u. ; i'7i'! \Vr ice for Free. Catalogue 9-17'91'
one of the gentlest and loyablest .,._>.. .,. Jt > "
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I ., ideas/T of "omeD.fih jaj a.thorough* centuryjbioyclejwoman radical ,in her .. -:-. .f ';! ; -'c 1 ;r"; .y *JfcIf! :\; you -CJ.re requirinrtUfzers;f p ;:;: :. ," ., JOHN N. C.' STOCKTON, President. '. .

K DD d rides*a man's diamond frame .,; ''l '' '.. :: : .::Veget'MesPiii6; appl s, .Eta,. ilirit& tQ ,;;;" -.." RAYMOND D.IZtcgTYice; -President.' 0

I wheel fa a divided! *skirt ,Yet the old e...Gt've. : ; <. ": : .,,"'i: ','. .: s .. li('S and we'.can give. you more_ value?* ."' :; THOS. P. D>NIWJ,' ishl r. ; j.::
woman)wlibSCTote the/eke tch of her : : : ; JAmtS D. BAKER, Assistant Cash r.I /- '
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informs
sweetly the public that she, too, your Money than any other Mayi'Ht : .: -' .
is entiSfely/'womanly1!' .' f >!BH' l : '"' : :
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in :
"being no .,; T ufacturer' or Dealer: .in this State '' '
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a sense a ,new woman. Once again ;l or ,) ...:.

T .write should such,be glad staff'if these would old kindly women informus who 1 ,: :; T-,;- ., :. ..>j* frotn any other State, Write for parn- -. ; : National BankofRoiIO,

what a new *woman is in their judg \ J = V phkts, piices,'etc., to above =address.; 11-i 2-97 i
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ment. They length. weary tees .' /
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STAm AJTO.W15D8.M Why the.bullabaloo'about the lively I ,

.> i ftMmotiTe. f&Tor>'%,.itthei tope of and thoroughly nice girls that take part : ,.r- ;,, ., ,
f '... Wts are.Urge floweri for charitableparposesin'negro min "'
paper fan ..
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strel A -- ,
: toned en>tth aoUed.'WIfe' ia order that performances, {I blackening their '" -

; .eV .." .be Find thost nore faces and wearing it"skhU, furnish' i,'., ." : : Lake Worth .

I a. :-a1 ia effect while carried in 'the ing great entertainment' to their audiences ; Ice Works GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS :

. daisoa with their and ;; ?'- .
' Among the folly s..cks dire also songs jokes Are ::41.! .: i{. : 1 ""; 1, '. ', .
'aMrt. 'fiees' corned with'gilt'or silver negro minstrel' performances forbiddenanywhere .}. : -*.-* : '; "
.'.. ; in the,Bible? : ; .:. f' ( ,
pa aad.decked. _. ,with_ ,bells.and ribbohi.orfowith _i .. / .
; : MaaufactUrer
iL..TUn: L may .L .. s.ItoI: : '. ?,/,, ;Retailer and Shipper :.. '" Accounts of Bankers .
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118' .on /
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Hiss Grace Barton . .. ,.
: :. liHls expeowoontirtol! whips, Allen, the gifted : : ; ', '; .
.... young water colcr'artist and 'designer ;- .. Merchants, Manufacturers
battery Iaet4.bo a or trampete > '''.. J .1 h' ; '
tambonriaefl> ;.tiny'ihatchcta and flag, latelypublished a; little' book,on ,':-,: ..-. ; ; ....-.,- .' ',''., ,I 'and Individuals. solicited" ,' i!
Water <
i dainty app diminutive bkyclei andptmnlitir ;t Color Painting. It is designed ; ';.'
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e irhmlt.itnfl ,as a textbook for beginners in the beau .; : ; ,1 :i c, ; '
other amall I.'E
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, toys tiful art of water J. .. .,. '- :. ,.... .
TfaiM color .
I. an parokated ADd then decorated painting. Miss : : ,1'1'-is '''-I 0000:
ail -$190
CapitalIssue
aoecrtiag'to"peroaal' idea(. 'pcasibly Allen has herself shown possibilities : .; ,J..;. itN'r f" ." '. .'.,.', -- '" '.. SarplDs,. $ iO

1"-11111I"I1I8If.> kith ribbon; crape {tort lie in this field of art. The chap ., 1"1._ ",.'i',,>< ... I.. f.;.,. '",.
a JIIIJIII',', .btU4m1Lm'; ,or:"gilt .paper or tern of, the' book among other thing .A Chancetojdo Yourjob'
tIutL: fte... ...marked. the iadhiduarrftfigemwt (treat of monochrome,'of fruit;; flower .," onr own drafts to all the principal

A1ft, I a"' the or a and landscape painting.. Color washes ..r "...: .,.:'{ '.. :; fJi.&p..." cities, in Great .Britain,, :Holland,

than the.. Aaothes'; faror- = are described', and richly tinted 'extimplea'oi :; s da.eeb&sue afi1M motion is a pin the washes ire ibown. Miss ater3R. Spain,Portugal and Germany.

I .w...... An aUnwtive oee s.d.-of palefre Allen'ia a teacher in the Dunlap School < ;, :

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kfldd of Applied-Desigtt'For'' Women '
| p per bortmd with gilt in SeW; : I JacksonvilleFlorida

i; WM ade*" to ajaJ* brown rtfckdwonted York.city.. '+ 7 ; ,. IT

; + wHb a aaall, 1toe olafc rof tiobta L.w. tI A. MciPHERRINs' Probrietor.:8s ,
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144 avwiA ItHMtireei .r1rche8Dd Miss'tMamie'-- '" r
l rtbbonsM ', > .
-oh, Mamie ; i ':'
-Fossett, "
ago-ap. -
with ---I i.- a year ;: .1'1 -f . Great :
pointed -. ?;
Male I erg | ant 'fioubted ..of deputy United Btates-"marmaJa : ; .n / .- .-; J'v BargainlAT

braes aaA! bags fef, bnnboni. liay bon- in work,Oklahoma;are still) doing; active field ,. ,-,- : ....- : .- '. : : y ", { *J. -=4 +., ..
p' >Mi.. .....'ea@e'raletteele Ia_alMaareM .. -*in One eeC1Ition'"of' their official'duties -' -. ".. .' .c ,FA.. TORY, AT ," ;; .' > t '. .,. .. '. .
< ; of their - -
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ips this winter .
baa ,
:' et0.t ;w I t 8 .. ,'
s lit been into the Indian to i ,;A' ..; I' .t-.Hs 3 C.j '. : ;" .\ -'; '
t Territory '
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At 1a serve i -
a hopcnteran' both i ; !1 'f. $500 If Taken At'Oflce..
- fubpceaas ,
IUNl1Jk bled.IftUf..41for. out tritiiessesi;wanted in a ; __ref. i .' ""'": ,
murder"case. .' Palm Beach.. 'I .
-Besides ; < "'- ;
being j 80 -,
well armed ACRES .
XT waft toy .... ?**.* Baoothat '\ C ysF :
eep.etNiewdnbC .a..!TM4..... with pistols Miss Eurche took her:shot-,. .' jan-3'9S., '. .'-';..-of land so miles.south. of Palm '
iWaia1 p
jiitimoott. .'.... at Ibe i lame tort ijiDd"lkillel'nail: --. _and. ..other" Beach, within. r3( miles fromrailroad

.. I n h&' .. the. eye q"" '-'" -1.eI- ganye'Ou,the'road.- .s ,n........Ai,Jt'. 'i.1"., >.: .'- .. : Ri uf. f( and depot '15 acres of ,
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: 1e+r, pw.Jiw.;M .... (ortof..look .'Ood of the large purchases of beeT ,"r ..' ,. I 'this land is fine,high hammock, {
tMiprtigeiee01 ; ; s ; '
Y irriteaiialeeQda] fa feeding just the land for oranges. Most: .
1t1. e S aN....jl dM _, tlitJaqer.I purposes in,Texas_ was made .
ate. time since by'Mra, of the remainder is pine land'good ,
; ; Anna Martin.
Belt tayMS broLM.# oseea- Jrl.e.e tie ; Strawberry: PlantsAll for ine r'f
samiMtre Tfee'ba'tle-/humbered""6.000. and Mr I' >> :' pineapples. For
lve'eS
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...ltrlat.L:.iap.era>.baetoaaSIti fared see. Martin. paid 1150,000 for them;-Sh: eipectad -' or' oration,call on f.

t tll'.r..... flhI. ebo made to clear $30,000 on ifcbem when ., Varieties. best sorted to n b !!a and tae Eat Coast. 'Send to JOHN B. BEACH : 3.: :E. LIVINGSTON,
them fat 4''i'
: : and putYKm"'o _ti ,. & co AiLBOtJRl 'FIARID .
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;t _'.' trJJtJ111". .. ..- ; ;.o 1 tit, A A.JJ. i"'_ "':. .- "' PLANTS 1 I4RGBANA'UEAIXBY;;:,:forSpeii:Priceie;' ;t. '.jastUt. '; .:: .:Massey Block.. "
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e northern: rw'h6pbab1ywaged ; : .USI )ll < 1- ..." .. .l.t s'. ".' >--W- '
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to be a little. ;facetious' ,, gets 18lL.: '>' -_ ,*'**_; s. .. : ; '-' ', ::, .t--l l r -s ,. 1, -, .; '
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WYI.METCALF. .. : EDITOR. aad"emigrant1*'fci ad ." =
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S c--- ;Florida*ecms to' have'.twakeaed died:born 1S& -.I" :_ *L liIBSJoseph t :'N.ew1 tS P ; 'C.n -'

: M1MP.EROP .to the=knowledge'thtt die bas)lost; LDrezelfzuolerdIed. -in New ._ _%% \ _, i ,. _, '$ ..t ;: :' hMs.eJ -
'York.bom 1865.' > '
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'Florida Press Association.AFFILIATED ., berchiefittrutiontothe tourists in '.;-wai*Whitman-poet died- at C3amdea,'K. ,.. ..; T'_T..,'. ;. _..7". ._....,. .n'. .'P ...':1'..-.''P r 'Po" .' .'_ .-.. .... .' ..' :. 4- ..'-." ., r "i r t o" :- .
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alltgators. J.J bom18l1. .
losing botbeorazgeiand.ler ; ? ; .
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: WITH ,. 'She, .is making, '.louii demand ':.lffit-Oeorg Hcknor Curtia an authority and ," .... -Co4.
writer on constitutional law. died in New FuFchgatt &
: National Editorial Association.<, upon 'the, United Stites .fish 'York dty;born 1812.t888G ; ".Q J4: ;Ifo1ror ,
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neral 03u na8 Casey, U.S. A. vs ,
r commissioners. "to.restock. berflvers._ \ tired, died ia Washington;born1831.TWs : _F- ." .,.,Jf.1 r-f.--, .. -
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SUBS CRIPJION: with 'amgat."- One; tnterprisinji:' : ., ,". .'.r. ...'P'.'v.f._ 'P 'P.V. .,. 'P... .,. r... ., ., .... .'. ., .. r_. ._.,. ._. '- T. .'.. 'J'f'. .. _!!.... r !,. .. _,r "u -'

i Floridian has established an.alligator -. i ate In 'History-March'26, ". : ene LeadlD and toigesi Dry o'CarpetMi11i aaiI a UIIM .Jo\da
Oa Tear fa* ..............-a.OO I ( E JIII. .
tazI1oatbI .4Y .. .; .....$1.00: .hatchery on the ,Catoosahatcbee, l51ft-0onrad ,0eIauir. fhrtaa, stoCk and ae daily receiving large quantities of New Sprieg. Goods, ,,. -
-. !tNsWoBs.In 4.ue. .T n.._ 60 river. The fish .commissiuaeis will scholar and J'natnnlict ,. :Dress Goods Silks, Organdies,'Fauc7,Wash..Goodsi White Ittdia:Llses ofsrc4, .'" >al.9W' .Pie Lb1t

; likely wait.for proofs:.tiaUa alligator KSft-filr born J.W.-John VanbnSgh: ,Ear'!. ''Hosier Prices,}?. /A Notions large,qaaatity Laces Bmbroidenes of goods are imported Straw Hats-Bte.direct oyts, wbk1131C, Mick u flks. .Dr.N' ,'9.adf till' _. I..

PCBUHKB 'T TBCBIPAT AT'WMT fAUI is a fish beforeUking sto. kin; lid architect and dramatist -" iery and Organdies, _Samples cheerfully sent oa ippHcatoaa, ;. : '
the ; died;born lesa. Trade offer and compete line of Sitr i g G tMM. Jew Pk IS
SUCH DAD COnmr.yLoIIDAfr enterprise To our Wholesale we large <
1813-TbomM West Sherman, :aiHdI thC
CallIwe
"- .any.house in the United States.; Liberal Terms and the usia1.
soldier, born in NeWport,,
uta&we have not lost many of Iewot
: thee tint we stew g" t7 P-
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t B.Ldtedthere18. patronage of the merchants throughout, the, State,.amriflg' "-": '
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Brnuo AT TO* row owe i* WOT PAUl either and ., : *: 4 -
:or alligators :ler-John Mitchell KemUe >
pur oranges "sible.prices lg-- '
MAC AS aaCOSlXUUl MATTU.- the'tourists have been here in great .English Kholar, especially 1 -!-',-!- .. 'P ."*.' 'P,V V 'P V .V..V" .',.' ", ". .'-"'f -V-.V.\Js"7 V'YW; T :. V?.. .- .. .,*-.::._" ....-"v?. .. vfwe >,-":'-J' ,""-.T'r.. .,4.'.-.: ''- .' Ip-. .

:. '- er numbers this winter than-ever before ..' in 18W Anglo-Saxon_ died?!;born' HIPPOI.TTJ.ICSEarthqnake 'are snowingutar: ( 'auZ; eltjctnt:line'?ff1Utl1VJMI6'; !w'7i.hiiI8,3Ccwpets

Pioneer Paper Dade County.nod the Oldest InCalifornias(chocQconb Li 'c'MiM :
his this JflndOW' 8hads, ; j 1ta
PaWcatloa oa the Bait Coat of ,,we can excuse ignorance ned several days;80 killed100: Injured. Matting* : ,

7 'l1ortdA between Tltllifllte time, but will caution him not to do .US-General Anaon Stager, 'a ''chief In tin .EtC.1G&LOW-.jriCe8. -1 tf :Jii.1 ". ", : -
Union war telegraph corps died;born 1828. ,oi -.;? h .
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,. Key West.Btvt so any more. ,4-Oeneral..Alfred Hol'.Colqult1 'senator '. 'Y.'J '.' ' '. ,'#. .T. '.',''. '.' -c'. '' f'. YT7, <" t "T..YT," A r
To give him a little idea of,what I from Georgia and a prominent exConfederate :? -- _- -Tf 0 "a '. *
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.\'.'?"* A4rertisiBf Median oa Uw vast Coast our friends, and:neighbors think of minder,died Veraey in'Washhsgi Lovett Cameron; 1821,the'noted Com- -4' '" r- ,-'?: t .. :John ',1urchgott &:C\ ; J ; "
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of Florida. African trareler died in England;. boraUtL : Y/ : ., '. ', .. 'A. lI.1 $ "-'.;.
would advise 1 < ; 'f .
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we : *. t.T 'T'" F .: O-:! "' r'
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< read what the Biscayne Bay a paper ttM-PretiAeat Elppolyte- of- Haiti-died- ;.tan *. i- J, .'. Jacksonville :Fla.

: Pan; FOSSE-FLIES and red bogs published down at Cutler,. j in; this 1863. 1.21 97 '- ._ -5-

will soon be offering'tluir induce :---' .i. S J'4 ": ', .
Countysays: This Date In History-ltoii 27 5 ; ,'it S
1 I1- IJ 4
S .. -T4
Beflta to the summer girl. It is predicted that within .a very 1825-James I of England and VI of Scotland )_ .- :> ,. S 5:5. r
iii S : -
: few the eastern shore of Lake died;born 1589;klng.'Of Scotland 1587, of A: co ;'"
: years '
England IOCS. .
1 ..4. *:THE SEW DEPARTMENT of the Golf, Worth for 15.miles.or more'will be 1836-35 American Texans including Colonel S : j.- .
:
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,
J. W. -5- :::: _
Fannin prisoners were mas -
succession of villas war
with Gen. Grahnm one steady costly ,
In -
commumi.
now sacred at Goliad Tex., by order of Santa .
it bare their headquartt ra in Atlanta,'] and nlscape g gardens a resort for Anna. The Texans were attacked and captured ; ;
,
millionaires, not unlike the Cliffs while attempting to march from PROFESSIONAL CARDS ," ,' LEGALPNOTJCE&
Ga.,and are ready for business. Goliad to the ncccr of the Texans in the _

which have made Newport famous. Alamo. The wounded were spared ,to ,the r T --- j e }
The winter climate of the Lake last, but shared the fate of the others.< S L

,. WHILE 'EVERYTHING lu.8 not been Worth country is the most delightful 1817-Vera Crux Mexico surrendered to General W I.METCALP. OEB NO'ttQ:otho' ,: os rvDScEAz. (
'- Sooth after a abort and spirited siege. .
hilljr decided on, it is certain, bow- in the world,.simply.i incomparable! 1888-Fellx Octavina Carr Barley, noted artist 1'ATTORNEYATLAW.: YD : :r I .0"c
t that number died near Claymont, Del;born 1802. : : < ..No.bithtSAtoeda d :*
ayer, quite a of fmproveBientfl nothing like it outside this oasis in NOTARY PUBLIC. .
188 -John Britiah statesman died In date a.u
Bright. ,
tMj I apply tat. !( Dstatj fr -tt :
I; :: will be made over on the tbe semi-tropics; and. all this glory England;bora 182L Will'practice in CountyJ.State and Federal. .icNewYHThat Dade Coa ty,Fkrt**,fot Saal beta _.

l feote grounds.for the better accommodation of lake and ocean, of sky and forest. 1897'William, died T.in Adams Boston(;Oliver born 1822.Optic, itThis ),the author Courts.LAND CASES A SPECIALTY. the aJarisfaL-Hioa erf 9w g *ie.e Wl gBWiHiaffl w. ":0;

r of tbe guest-. and to add ,of luxurious:hotels and the quiet of Office in TBOFICAL Sen Block tlltc. t feCo. 4eoase
villa life be reached within thi .f: West ,Palm Beach,.Dade County, llorida. the '.:'.,. S '. i taTz&'t'.EtJ'. _, -: ._
n etlll! month the the may
attractions of ,. Date.In. 'History Mar 1i 8. J S AdalnaS :-i.
ty-six hours from New York or within *.
-
forty-eight hours (torn Chicago. 1520-Baphael the. painter, GEORGE M. XOBBINS.. WAITER 8. GRAHAV.nOBBlNS .' ..Wm.. BeMIIi_ _.I1Lt. I"tbmtJ. q.
died born 14S
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; & GKAIIAM.CO., Eplaffiofiilii' -T---r :-

Taj FOLLOWING STATES allow the This may open his eyes a little but UflO-Margaret celebrated Wofflngton actress died the; : ,_, ,- oIcEcoNTEaT.' : .
'
J Inter-marriage whitesand negroes:: every one of the above. is facts andthe born 1718 ATTORNEYS' AT. LAW; ..iuS

Connecticut Illinois, Iowa Maine prediction stands a good chance .17M-Marquia the French da phIlosophic Oondorcet .. Federal.Will practice Special facilities all the fur courts examining State and and 5- :m. JricZ G j ;

Hassachusf Michigan Minnesota of soon coming.frue. writer, died.laoiBattle perfecting land titles. 4. II 5- 'X5a'Q a : "
; of Alexandria and We have closed our West Palm Beach office eo uYvtmi WIi
Montana New Our the West Any business from the Lake Worth section or sgata*, .ta.j ;':
Hampshire,New York neighbors over on death of General Sir Ralph GKS. c. KIRBTAbercrombie northern part of Dado Court,should be referred t Bard absadoalngkti.IThseested ;
North Dakota Ohio, Oklahoma Coast, while admitting the fact thatwe ;born 1784. BHITB. either to our Titusville or Miami office, J&m..Ied Seteber" vse H :.
ISO-General Zachary Taylor Invaded Mexico. and will receive prope attention. ., Wrote. Over$15ooooooo.ao_, E 8.l.Iea.'Tp &sa4efW&eilcn -t-
Pepavlvanla, Rhode Island, South have had the most visitors this Taylor advanced to the Rio Grande wherehe Titusville,Brevard County and Miami Dade i S ; I .Towa 4p 418ot 1'tG d ac,
lnD TRfliie*, wft& '
t
4eqe a jfe tfefreancettAtkM. ;
was attacked by Mexicans under General
Dakota t" Utah, \Vrmontf. 'Washington season;do not seem jealou of us but Arista when the president declared County Florida. 10-21-97 I : .of said es&r the P4 p utloa .)

WbooD8in. I t1.W30IJiDg. try to guess at the cause of it. The that war existed by'the hostile acts ofMexic : HI'eb/'lH1h1oaed before to Apesr.t Jasn h5r4 ;- '
1. .' FKAITC W.POPS. D.C.CAMPBELL.P -i I ftogs f Js4f CIa t&tlmcny *

4 ; % p'i a Tampa Herald,says: "If we may IS1O-Genera1 George 'H. Thomas. the"Rock bPE CA3IPBEL1, XewIisiu'dnce S St.",ofll.,; flU' :.

HiVE ANY DELEGATES been elected judge by the lists of hotel arrivals, of Chickamauga" died in San Francisco; .: ". .' 'II' S I I a'It o'doet.l-1'to &a4 tRm t :_ : ,
born in Southampton county Va.,July 81, eoaefrstaj?uW ueei iMadztTheue1h1b3besrd '

A or. designated in any way to repre- the East Coast has about forty 1814ISjBGeneral A TTORttEYS. AND CQUNSELLOR8 AT LAW --S < ',Jitfi.n ; S 1s S this eec, ,

0eot this town or County or both at tourists to.one on the West Coast. soldier Edmund, in the west Kirby, died Smith Sewanee,Confederate 1 11East Bay Street, : .:> "1897 ,N. .W. ',Etceirsr .141la -: -

: Jacksonville-' on ApriIaat= the- ,-meeti ,- Four cents a mile bas'something todo KG7-Generil.;borg William 182L R. Terrr, a noted Confederate 8-3-97 I JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA..,' : .: '.. ",-'. .I" -, S S p -IASEV --r-- -

1 IDirto-b. 1ieJd''.there and. tlieu in HP. 'with it," and m"\. tie,right in.spy veteran died at Chesterfield Va. t n .. "0. ., '. ,..: .: : SkLE. --

I ,, Interest of having thIs, State- repre-- ing-so'.butf there are!bther causes, Margaret Jnnkin Preston,southern author, F C. HOOD;) D,, ;t.!. "" _" i' iJinf**;!:*"**.'. U r f-'1,. t.yIk't'J.. : .
died in Baltimore;born ia Philadelphiaabout ? .
L seated properly intO the. TransMissiteipp and if our, Tampa friends'' would 1825. PHYSICIAN AND'8lJRCfON. .' ;''J.ia85.vow. S ', punnanee'o*a fiaal&otjwe4 ':
,, .. .' ;: S
'' j r* of BenTttbderea by tlwf Boa,leu. :
t and International Exposition come over here they would readily Office and Besidenee near Royal Poiudana ,Life Insurance in Judge cI the Seventh J 4 lat circuit! of tier*

Lt ..at Omaha. Nph., from June to No- become. acquainted with them. This Date In History-March. 'Hotel,PALM BEACH. 12-1-97. Ida,is aDd for D2*CoaBty*,ia'Ciiacer/. > -.

ember, 1898, and if not are we to I IJffl-Battle of Towtoa and friehtfnl. dana&tav .: #: :7orcofS ting ia Chamber*,'oa Ok*25tb af of T&ary. ?& _-
of defeated Lancastrians by ,victorious ., .A,D.1898.la tit easvacer?csaKettla ttmIapen4Inwherdn oi-
:
.. .. ..... .
be W.PUGHM.
l represented? D. "
Yorkists slain. '
I THE GREATESTfRUlTSTATE.If ;80,000 Towton ended the E. .8. East tspIaInt4andjut111
civil war and the defeated king, Henry S Over. ;
I II J cea u4 ,DatU X.Joietendiits .
VI escaped with Queen Margaret to Scot PHY8ICIAN.AND SURGEON -
THE'U.A GOVERNMENT. has given the.question should be,8ked'otto land. JO ,U1e..a4 2p4 i_ _
Office in rear of Dlmf k'i Drug Store. ; ,: | ooooipo.oQOver'; Ulster, Cbaaccry,wCJ,
Maria
OB ,
a great dml of aid! toj\lie\ beet sugar wJn'ch*WHS the greatest fruit producing .1746-Carlo, born died Bonaparte 1785. _, father. -of'Napoleon Residence-West Side of Olive Street, 8 Doors -S : S
; South of Clematis A'euue.826OG' M.Aprjf4, 189'j :
.".f IflhIu4ItyfOr, l the benefit- of IIH north- State in the Union, probably l7G9-Nkholas Jean de DienSoult,Bonaparte's WEST FALMUEACH,FLA. ':f '.:AniHcii.. between tfea honr sof XI 9'kls.th. .',>
marshal and duke of
Dabnatia born in ,
",erflBnd'w.tern Hint**. With half ninety-nine out of one hundred people GniennedjedlS5L Boon.aad,2&doikji tie aftaraooa, Js ?._,;

las much aid to the-sngiir cane indnstrjjilmost would at once give the credit to 1772-Emanuel Swedenborg, celebrated naturalist T> B.POTTEK M. D. '' & of the Court H cos*'door at Jab .Dad Co2...
mathematician and. theosophist : : ty,Florida-pdl at psbUe asetkts,for casi. is,
uny;louthern Mint' could California-and, be wrong., died;born 1688. Swedenborg was born at -!. S ., S Surplus 1 the. highest,bidder ;tie,followlBrslb ',

make, ,BUrcs of, 'su ar making, While California raises a:great deal Stockholm,the son of a chaplain. The service 8-23-98' PALM BEACH.T ; IA .. preiuleaSidaflrfgb. title and faIntest. ef.:
of the state occupied his time chiefly -, 7'
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I both agrieiiltnrnll.v and financially.. of fruit and of many Kinds, Florida until he reached the age of 5& To speculations : ,Ms.llae aid defMats tt 4 therein,and beisl LbsIntCoIArEIn .'-

!;Florida, \\.ith". fraction of the help equals, and probably exceeds1. her in in of philosophy his life or about he devoted 80 years.the remainder A. .PUGU, $48,000,1In ;$lJ. eotcplaint,Tit:: 5----- 5

'. .tbel>eet-growers 1m vehml,-would bet varieties,while the value of.Miss-}uri's 181-Ex-Empress Josephine died in Malmai- U. SS -Being the. But half (nil of let sW;$:
son, near Paris; born 1763. DENTIST. S Eight(R Mn Block Forty (40), la &* ot'
'the banner.engar producing shite of fruit crop exceeds that of California ISO-Dr.. Carl Friedrich Neumann. German I Crown and Bridge Work a 8pee1 ty. pInt of West 1.'eaeb;Dade Coiatf Elot.

1] the country, and, if our people wake by $2,500,000 her tipple crop alone historian and orientalist died.diedbom T f Local Anaesthetic- lined in Extraction Ida. -K.: E.BETU:& : _
# 18:1-LouIae. queen of Sweden 1819. of Teeth.
'
I up, to it and push thebusiness(. a lit- being valued $12,000,000 and the 1872-General.Humphrey Marshall died at Teeth Extracted Without Pain. Strongest inijy, W..I. METCALF,- SpedaJNuw. :."

tie,.Florida_ will.head( ..bu, procession total value of her fruit crop being 1387-General Louisville;Boswell born 1812.Ripley, a West Point OFFlCE-4th. Door and from Olive Cor.St. 'Clematis, Ave. Uark8.1S98.5 Solldtor for CcSHERIFFS mpl.IUI&- S S.

even without any government help. $19,500,000. soldier distinguished in the Confederate; 7-2-96 ,WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA. tbe'WorI, ,.
service died in New York;born 1823. .
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i .
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California raises '
an immense 1881-Howard Crosby clergyman died in New _
T DANIEL "
., .. DO&T HVRRY- -. ,NORTH.. amount of fruit and of a great York city i born there 1820. .Any,One Contemplating SAt''_. :,_"

I Again wenre led to admonish tour- many varieties, and the fact that This Date In 30. DENTIST, I S .. Insuring Hi.Or.Her.life S 'N tk la Hereby gtrt ,that fejr rlrlae ef .aezecvtbo '
History-March '
I fats not to t be in n hurry to go north she does this.has been so well advertised I COCOA, INDIAN RIVER, FLORIDA. -: I Issued ovt of the Ceusty Cow If '
1810-John Creason Trautwine engineer famous Dade Co Dtr Florida ;
Ia attarfiR.t twceedteg ;
'
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that
without
even'if the weather stopping think. Isthmus of r ; '
getting a little on Panama born In Philadelphia therela pensSlnj wbereJa George A; '

I I :'warm here. This weather.won't hurt much over the matter everyone, 1856-The treaty;died of 1883.Paris ended the Crimeanwar \YALLACE B. MOSES, Should Write to'the Gale-la plaintiff, aad.Wi 8. Uatoa 1* fefsafr _

I. you even i j it does make yon per. nearly, names her as the ,banner i ; the principal clauses were the evacuation Successor to'A. W. Robert, -- ant.-.lhall' ,on tJ&e' :

I spire little, while the weather.north aiate of the country' in the. fruit raising i mOon of of conquered the Black territory sea and the, the admission neutral. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Undersigned the same Sad Day oIfajf, A. .,$ _
tie first rawit
S Mnjf Monday IB tt ,
_'
line. of Turkey to the of Agent for West Palm Beach Town Lots, _
fs system Europe. also
:
now .
absolutely for audi
dangerous legai sale
:
between
1866-Oordoncummlng,famous'lion hunter West Palm Beach Water Works. S day, tbe boer of 11 _
f Ii m28t1)eople. This shows the benefit of advertising died;born 1803. NOTARY PUBLIC. e'doek'a.B.and 2 oVfoek ia the aftm*,rt =._' _
.
I, i r :,You. .don't.have, ,jo take our Word for (any one wants to buy fruit 1894-Jane 1870-Fifteenth Austen amendment, American proclaimed..novelist ,died, In 5-21-97 Clematis Avenue West,Palm near Olive Bench Street., Florida.GUY COUPON.PEREZ fer fore for the.sale door to of the the a'gtot Ccert bidder BOOM,for Dad cash cco5 t-*

I alon for it for your northern papers they are generally 'advised to buy 1 Best on;born 1S8L METCALF, F. HUFF, Manager, t7 ,, '" Florida,the,fcttowias aaetite4propertr.
: California fruit while if 1. on G. Heaing; noted German editor S .Ioowltl
say so, One of them before anyone wants .
us now In
Chicago, died; born 1833. Mrs. The
Pa ran Equitable Life
NOTARY of N.Y. One iie.
PUBLIC (1).B W oii.CBe At)SlagliIIU -
says, "the Hidden, changes weatherare. to go into fruit-growing a business Stevens social lealer in New York and
For the State ness,FOB ii) Potato Forts OM WM
Newport died. < of Florida at Large. Jacksonville,Florida.' ? (1)
.very, tryingand appalling peo. Calfornia is the first place Ex-Governor Thomas Sea, of Alabama Deeds Mortgages, Leawea and Contracts Hoe One(1 r grytbe u4 Snath.Oa H) O'

pie of delicate constitutions, many thought of to go to engage in such died at Greensboro. Rabbi Aaron Wise Dratted.Conveyancing :I wpqldt like to receive) an' one(1)itrnton Tw (2)1Iattl'CllCl Oa
died ia New York city;born 1844. a Specialty. .example -; (1) How, ''OJM (J)'fihorel Plov, OM ()Us**
of whom an enterprise. AU
Work Guaranteed
are at Legally Correct.Otfle '
i present prostrated of your NEW POLICY Har&cftft,Oae(1) Powder Qua OM(1)?. -
I sick beds." The fact still remains however in TROPICAL Sex Block, One
on This Date History-March 31. West Palm Beach, Dade CountFlorida.. adapted to my.agej: III 8prtalJer; Osa Ill Bborri Oa II)
How' does that strike is that Florida, probably, exceeds California Packing House -
I : you, or 17-Francis Joseph Haydn
not constitution in the variety I fruits famous musical II. -AJ.to all rfgbt title aad Interest iaaad "w
raised
r your delicate? composer M. D. L. DODSON.
ia eqtdty. aa4 to
born; died ISOfi. was born on of tti4 W.Uatoa ia
J Even the healthy ones get sick in while Missouri exceeds her in the valua 1214-The allies entered Paris. !. -.-the..dal-4',f' !. .. : of I the following described real estates toYiltI'

4 spite of their strong constitutions of her fruit produced by a'great '-Beethoven died; barD fAMf S S Tbe East' half of the Northwest Qarter a4tbe
: 1770. ...5....... ... : East Ball of the Southwest QwUr, aa4
and,even the doctoi s say so,for OLe many dollars. SO-Joha Caldwell calhoun : .u..n.n.l.9en..... the East Fractional Half of 8 .'I' $fl U

oi the most prominent ones in New As between Missouri and Florida, American statesman diedInWaahintonbornInthe : mi, Florida. ,,'. ; ', Township 48 rVmtb, Usage 43-Ctst, Dab _

.- York told a newspaper man a few the latter State, owing to its greater .Abbeville.-, (8. 'C.) district- Wi 8.2850WHEN Name.1 ........... .........;.,.... !.......... CooatjyFlorida.:. -
K.jr.CnrLLWQWOBTH.
Calhoun WIt a distinguished '**k ;! "h '
:. S'd.ago Ut at' the ,changeable variety of fruits and'much better cli- leader of the old 1ZZTEOYEN ia Jacksonville be sore and visIt S i- ---X-r -, S,. S 8herm ef pads Ouat7.

weather would keep the medical fra- mate to live in, is the one a fruit south when the south ruled the nation. He your Old Friend, who will surpriseyou Address...,.. ." S Wrrc.LLT. ,
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advocated slavery u a political and social with Bargain*in ;. ;;..;..;; S ',Attoro... .. 7J9P1fl1ULXareh3.
tnrnity hustling bra week To come, grower should choose.every time to blessing.USCharlotte. 10.U:97': ; S !
Dry Goods __
as sadden climatic changes have a come to to engage in fruit-growing Bronte Mm Nkholls). thenovelist Clothing and'Gents' -
died born Fat .
; 1S18. nbhiugR '
......_ a -
tendency to raise havoc ,with the as a business, and more -of them 1837-John Godfrey Saxe humorous poet. died D. SINGER Manafer -, tyleneGasanway ; _

throat and lungs, subjecting people would come here if this State was ISO-Admiral in Albany; born 1811 ii Bridge Street,Near Bay, : FLUntI..IN 8HEgN.CEO.. O. BUTUUt: ad
Stephen Clegt Rowan U. & N., 1l-tsq JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA Throw kerosene heps
I attacks of asthma bronchitis anda half a' well' advertised as California died in Washington;born ia Ireland 1908. SH N & BLE1 : ; : use v '(cetyle e Gw the' coming' light of
has been. Rowan distinguished himself early in the .. the .
Jotfc tputia
u> andchrpniiM'GOgiM,) of .a distressing war by dashing into the harbor of Elizabeth SURVEYORS NDL, S ceetary. 'We' are prepared.
1 character." With an influx of,a few good, practical City,N.C.,with a nondescript flotilla, UNDERTAKINGS Otce a' West NIII ENB/NEER8.. plants for private partita at rsa..-
enable at faad
consisting of 13 vessels rigged for war out S WJ prices. Call and see can
I Pneumonia is a'tio'more. prevalent frnitgrow.rd.it would not be of old ferryboats tugs and river steamers. d.'JejraDj'ub4hided-uc. 8 and aLps halo store get_estimates. .--S

I in the north at this time of year many years before this State would an During commanded the operations the New off Ironsides.Charleston Bow- : S H. MA T.TBY. IUJ g and 84 eaUm&tiDJf correct work timber Pad1ng a faults. Iota.' 3'24 G.-W.wNEa&SON.- "

than and is excel both Missouri :California in 1852 Destructive tornadoes from __ fliunkatlons b- man Snalanteed..5fl to '
I any.other a much more Texas to. S SCU tIOL- HaUl reeetYl prompt.atte. Rungb Lumber ,chea .-A few ;
Minnesota 73 deaths ud BJqPrIn
fatal disease than yellow fever'I; and I both the varieties and value of the and many; elsewhere.Missouri and Kansas Care and 083. WEar Ala B.EACH.LA.at 'Low..t Vrf. toads cif stick at din at GIfford. Wi11be ; ,i
I fruit raised here i ___ Embalming of the Dead 11.7-95. suUmy IoW.-G. F. FS4cIISO
sO also is. t'.YILoid.reyer) ,and that for we have the soil i '
and climate now and all'that is "FAiB 20 Years' Experience BAUBEU ;- Co...,:1EitlcailIePl& a 10 u. .; ., .
.
will begin it. ravage a little later (0'i needed }FLORIDA vol. 1-No 1, of gEMINOLE SHOP,. .

1 i tbeaeason.' is the mej,: to'utilize,. them-bat which is at hand, is .the successor of -: '.';' I n lLGElviIDKU! !;Wt No need to send way from home : :<

The J later you stay here; the. better these:we will: have.to advertise for: the "Uma 1J8 r Funeral l Supplies in Stock. FmST.CLASS 'T9 gu.. S any beats when capt. A..T. Res es. '
Progressed is'publisbed S
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and it would! really.da you no harm ..to t" 1 bildyoaeaafineorUcbUPItewnt. _
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same place with thesame '
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po anywayi I '-.iryTNE:.suwiw.1-: : J Ji : JJtp'r, Thog/A.wParis. ,- }In Telegraph.Mffjtndtar* Stow, West Pala, S lAi" -g"" "andc1eL J ".
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4t: 'NATIONAL S..:*.rE3. .,.l .APRIL. ,,3: ., '' :"la StWBjtSTof i miaiatore. :SiriiaCT Titai. ; J A. cITAtG1& BROj it: 1.; ., ."' I.;.. "' \0 ,'_:.;';-..,. ..__' _...:_. _. ., ... .... .f ,

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'...... .., .?.. -t..:... ....'.. .tv. ,. w1Talh. 'tJt .at.. M128; pominda j ,!He'fj height the perfection and weighs of. MEN'SFURNISHNGS.: ; ,.;f.'j.an'd' Cro"' kery'Glaware '-
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Largest LIne or : / : ,;; '-? IP i tF :: .
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>tt; t" ll",.., /ti.rBer_ melee and
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to l1f.o'ri system-of training. ;: He is a 'J1.IJand': ; '-

= .ferainer,'a isaker..cf. strong men: B 1aD-] ''a.KIrldS'0f, !oatCood:
p.s. ,, and" .c Heglfgee Shirts f'to&2 J : : --- --
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ow
m>nllty.:
fnowbeforahe "' StOYfarlntrafejDOl1S89hetN lrtiati'i
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r .: t"Then Jefai 1lreat tbeD00.an .... \; tu ? *" *< : _
iUte4 Into... coeds of Tyre lord 8Idcm.", pabliaae stecsg strong mi .. to be found In the State. Sole Agent: for;' ; '; .' :'< ,All Kinds of Fishing Tackle :anti Sporting Goods.
be henld of.Putt cause this little wonder trained them.: ... -
and tin**Hk own death lutTing, humanly been cut 1pI.off h:.. : What do yon think'of a man pushing- Knox' and v- Younians J.i''V Hats- .- "; i'1! t,1 4;.>:4: -' ,. '. ,:.<: ..' ,. ''7'" G. 1e'toes.' Bleo Flame'Kerosene Off Stores.
""r ... a $IS ound'-dumbbell above his,bead? Everett Block;--'439 W Bay Street Harriaoa;Br4>&.'Readjr'MfaEed Pain s.

tf ,, Hejk; % wonder/all will admit, but how .i,7 JACKSOltVIIAE, nolUD ... ,-'.. '., '". <. &u.ciciem'-. .': 'rompt Attentlen. UQJei7
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He reaJly/wonderfnl ,be .is will see -.
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based
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tfc* petieblIIgcrt taifl. .- ,
when you realize_that Titus'does this, 1 .j; !
,. fltet far all ,Ee oaly out tlll the storms '

"' .el .... .,:bat JUe;'Be aa4 will: Bt,.w1U not',.accept m the$5. I than'he and the'does.bell,weighti'Many:;"men pounds,.very many molt,, l lc : ORANGE': 'COOI&ESToothsome K ; ." ,: ,'- .,.!, nELSFOltD: : RO$ -- '.- :' <. 1-

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iia.iJotJifU.lSpounds c .
wjitb.
!band '
SIII'1II'#bE IL-.hd ; 119 ..'..... .., .. .. '
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Xi&ff are more occupied tl'Onrth floor'. t '** ... ...it!#= .JotIi!. --. area. ,; @ -" Vf! 'E.

,'-- .t.MIf. !..... th thtr :,Y Titus'chest,normal, is. 88 inches,*but : .Refined ReaUrEstateand ..1r
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when .iVfc > ,. : -Insuranceifrf
with>nomtth tans expanded|ifia44 inches, anexpansion -" .
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.'\ : ifaffDm8J nifcndrWrt"tbGod ; ot t3,'"'lachte, ; whico]'when.f. Fresh and-Crisp. Oar sales{ are enormous. 15 eta. per pound. : '' '

t *' tDIN_' that if'considered. ; that the 'average| xpansion '- !; i' : PalmSeaohillbriSiU\ : 't{ f

t. looks M and what; is 3 ii inches Ii ; < : -'-::f J ; : ,
..wane tienlsB'ab! '."f&1tJi > another wonderfulthing. 4) : PT riTTER ',' .. t.: f -,-Vf'Notary ', > i ,J
; InR1makloaghMMwagpLl ;His biceps measure.15> inches '

f .. ... ........ ..... 8ArA,1 plyaetfAL m,.7a.h his calves 14?i.=New York World.' ,: 'ytxblicCotiaiggs. to .Rent.'
f f f f- '- *" *- ** T- Yon save Five Cents on. .pound 'purchase f : '' ='': -
.. every: yon -
N. er'J a1t i,II D cltr :U y JO,L 0.' '" rom xns.* r '. : / : .
:y ...AM, baboU,'woaum'of ,Canaaa HE :CHICAGO COLTS.. 25 Cents Per' .oun?> 8.197r;. : : .. ,' Past.QiKce Building,-North -of TeiEckHa'Hotel.GSORGB .

lMS.ii QtttciMnteoteCtacdcrUd, unto ". 't I'.rTTry."r > L',: y" ..-- .' -
5;.m. Mte.. Haft011 me; 0 Lord' I'rNI4at i Hmrt?Ban'H."WDI''k .
tlw..otD ,. ,. ; flu FEESH EGGS.-5 15'' Cents. Per ... .. .. J
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w datrghtar Ii gi4ev ,reams la,Mexico IB,1899. : Dozen.. ; '. .
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,-derlL" I$U only In The officials of the Chicago dub break "= sJMrn r.. sensate. U'CHAs&, "
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IIW 1H' su.a ai( IOWU&ESTABLISHED
!1,9, ft 1rNit'ttdaea.luigbt WMtettedaricneM t.the BAs In',8eL all records as early"birds.' Plans are'beIng .EGG. "DYES'for Easter-8 colors, 5 eta-a trifling sum; bat .- ,.' '".,.J, .

MflntbMrdof and seen moving. .Spirit Bolt laid for the campaign of 1899. Pres : : I it will, _make, a g $.Eas r for the children,: -- 1886S.Li..STORE--,
'' :-s.; ...':".3h' 'dcTilic'aDowed=tovrorkinbiSonjofJ3odrwas I dent'I Hart has announced a Mexicantrip : = ..

to .it...that Mo warM:-Ood ms, be JUde I for that Jear, and all ,details will :' 1. W. .:rBupkhai-dt_ '

; i ritllt ('LIIr2f.. ')\Ai fa.1o "e be perfected long before the present, eea- & CO.
Hew 1M Finest Groceries.
M phoe son. ends ... _
/eesna .. of, Dora tits in the fur .7 Th ft e-to reP rrf February, .
wee W....., ..wbo bad.unbounded faith next. and earl'iD I'' :
iii JIti. .\ ".' "- .' ... -;- year.; njunth they '
M. "Bu$ ";'aaiwaid bar not a word. will start for the land''of,'the Montezu-. ,: Wholesale Commission '.Dealers ':::" =,

AaC""' mas. A month's time will conclude the :
*came and '
bnoogbt Him
MTtefjJwd r W awa/i. to she sloth alts, Mexican tour, and.a 'feW-weeks are'to T TTP n fl n New house; best accommodations on the .and, Shippers of,all.:Kinds of { ; .,,T'

u.H-.Kfc" kw?*..: M.".tkorou&ily and be'spebt. playiagl tKe-jgtlf resorts of "At HliPliill H'O.T'EL I Bast Coast; .table first-class, and::every 'or < :
lost"to not denial, approaches convenience and comfort; hot', and ldbath's '
aad dead 1*not tmkiad" The"Lor4 wait the team will strike west to San Fran. Lobsters :
modern
that tae ; improvements; in center of the famous pineapple section; closeto ,- : :
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an'all cisco.'f Altafbrlef'stay oil the ; :- ,' '
May tkat wait for;Him (John.xIr61sa, will coast the Inlet; fish'and oysters in abundance. ; ".. I
they their
:play
: borne via ;
as, !&).. H : way Ogden -
her'f
.,....JBi ,.J the pow oven Salt Lake City{Osiaha and Kansas ; : : t.
1P1 ,.... a good deal to T.ern1S'oderate. ;. .
lee City.-New York Journal ,.
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did not and "
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sw .,. !The diseipks say were like most of J LJTENgBMTt.: Proprietor :. FreshFish -,... ; .
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....... They bad not learned to lira unto i __ ...; JENSE \ BBEVARD COUNTY, FLORID : '
.t..and.. ;: ;: .
sail
BaTe ? Boston nen.ieason '
->k J.4we yon will 'carrr an ex- JES Don't fail to stop. At Jensen when visiting. the Indian. River, 12-16-97 ;: :_ t. .t> :: 'Turt1' _
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\:aMiald: TiWI fecaToatSelder and twdextra infielders.Waycross ; .J. -, ;> .f !,.' '' ":f -r' ;g :.... ... .... .
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set MB! bet unto the. lob sheep of'the .t.. .' 't- ;"- : ,.
Oa., where. the 'chi .. ..... ; -:
%raa at ItIML So He hid commissioned agos : : -
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will be in the .' _. : .
HtotweHltohafterz,6). Be might now Bpringls a town of 7,000 : ., .. : ;'> ;" 7 : .;
4''hays added ""Barkay: .!w jecid Me; in,the pine woods.country. It has good iiKTC ,, .l.y-. abDt'tON ': ?.Particular.Attention.paid to consignments, .front'- l Florida.- ;
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tfctfetoe km Z galas to you," barnwasneI water and a"good ball park. lo1uDtl .i ,( .

ncreiairSo wlai/e aB aw aaA bat boar u faith Ii.seuht-itlll- Dan Brothers wae the only;member ,- 'I 6Ul) } ; ;. ;is4:; M8-97, 16'F' lto1i'Fisk. Market. 'NEi-. 'Y'OR.S.. .
Eastern e < -
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,.hstierawlO Baaeballleagne who batted -. .. .... : .
-tfeapl : ; :.i : ,- .:";... .. .
oYer' :< '
%.400'llst' : < ? I < .
,km, wfcioh are >tot'ot ,this fold.":' Themtoioe season, his ,average : .; 'k1'" ;,; : #: ; -; !; ,i ', -i---;,'
&Lo I mad bring,'and they shall heir My being i :41$. jHe: bad the fine fielding ,.U.j. i. .tq.\1 .. .\3.H!"' *""{ !fuv1s'" t : '. j "

,, tad then. BaD be-one fold and one percentage of ..988.aTbe .. *. ... -., "" -:'.!':),f l ...'.L-nrz4yl: dt ,,' tr'. ',97'="I'":; '1'4 ',. .,..."'TTiF' "". :" ._.. ., t.. ,:.. .ill. .V :CA'HEN' ,'. '
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iIwah..P' 11olm3r'H.\. ,i.t. .., ; ( "i"; : : >.- ...;' ..
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-- --- : returns made by the Boston Base- 7'J ', "' : : > : \ I .
MTbra eame. she 'and worshiped: all association show real : ... ; ." ,c-',. ,-,- ....:;; \ Q t,'. "!;,:.:>-._'',,,-,, ,t'z! ffQ. t. ; ,. . < ,
Hkn. I .".. ;. estate boldnings ,- : : ../ : :
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wJ'hftlp
; Eow Eli :
tartML =In the dinging of this bet P-i tugs of,' 14,800f' ;; buildings, $15,300; ; .. ',1 ; : : ;. .: ; ;' : ,: ; :: :"' 'P' .. '

s..e.' Be loaded to help her. He In miscellaneous, ta,700;* capital stock., .. :. ,,,, ., ( ,i.'t': :. : .Manufacturer of and Dealer In
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teoded .t v Jbat at.frai .not.quite time. $7,800ebtesj30,000.1. .;.., .-' -- ,2';, ,;.. .... :;:..., __..< ".".;. "-.-loi-i..... ...., I'C"--.t -!1-. .;; ':i' Y':r.l. l.:'" -. _jio!) ', ; . .; .. .- ?
Tbosfh the need it not penonally hen, Hugh Jennings, Baltimore's great -' ::: : ;",< : ;.r. ., ; .. :'-: 4 : '::'l.:." .:' ,' ; ',"
bat the dMfhter'i no bow.bar till Is, .." "'f'.e1I !"\: .!Io, 4>< \ :S' ..\\J3t r'
short .
07 will coach ,
f stop ,St. Boaaventara'baaobalIteam 4 : ,,," r"A\r.'t ;>:) .. ..t ,,;. "
"Lcffd-helpmei" When. > : YELLOW''iD.I
.wsi ; NELUJflBER
i Uith in at Alleghany, N.'T.: Jen *-," ,lf. ? 1:1: i., .1ir +" ,'
Christ reoelre Him, and,are aWured jSt. *%" ? -*>- : ., j. ;, .: L. >, .: 'f : ; .; "
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and
El word that now we.ire i accepted,'re McGraw.three winters attended .' t. ..,' ; '. .. .
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deemed, awed, and:that aome day we; that college, and they are great 1 ';, ;. "

ban: ba liie Him.(Eph,.1, 6, 7;. Rom. v, arorites there.-: / .. ... .,...r. ".
1; Jobs;|11,'J), U not all.this. in'order Bennet W. Farnbam, a ,left fielder ...xr. --. ?" -' --ir"' .... .gnd 'Timb'et1. .

that we may one.b1 one take up the case on the' Yale varsity last season, baa ,..... b.. -.' ... ... 't.--_'... .. ."x 50if'" .... '
of othert&ad bring S hem to Child been engaged to coach the Yale Law .,,....,. --; '' -- .' .'' '-......., ,.. '
SO. ".. Beunerccl'and.: said It is school baseball *"-%:.A" '_ T' Mouldings, Turned Work. Fancy .Scroll Wbfk: ,
team. He bas taken ..
Tot meet to take tiw '
UdreD'. breed
east It to doffc"His words look hard and and charge of the candidates and will direct ;.', <; < ., 'Pickets' ,' .Lath' Orange and Vegetable Crates.

area! nnklnd, but'"God is love,"and He their work until. the team leaves.for the, < .. .', i i*'.

wat"God jna&Uejt In tha flesh and there Easter trip.Waltef.Wood9.. Jacksonville. Florida. Q-!8.97
.(tl1 Bates bttt': *:to'an'this!I We "' J -
or xnutfeot the new Colt of whom ., ..,. ., .
Him. He lathe 't
Jodgri Jndge. '
We _
1 much is hot ,
BO will
expected
play Sunday .
anst trust Him and waitpat1ent11.:and ; '." .
I Mr* hH at>.see that He baa not done ball.-Hi8 J JJ1J "stri?t on that ry '.

I, Without caaM. all that Ho has done (EeL pointand-tbeyonagmanobeys their deeirea. -

_.). 'It-t, rf There,have been'several Leagners- :.- o ,_ ,..; H. TM Southern Fuol.and
1..t. t ;Y.t "I d.' e i :wba refused;toyplaj: on the Sabbath : SupplyCompany I

"' ...bl frbJcb taD from 'Sm. nday! Hntchison and several others "" ; : .
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ifaekiaaiter'ci ,
tie' She"had addressedMflBffKftttf ... '
-Ayilia Bsl6am ie ---.- '< '"' ; ). .;. Retail
Him candidate for a position & "','- tT ,. : :! \ HI ., q ., 's-Wholesale, And .Dealers. luWoo'd -J _
as Lord and Boa of David, and now : 'L" :> :. ;.0 G"
as a National' league umpire. If :-:-. .....: .'-.... ,. ": J :A- .
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Master. '
Him
Let '
ai what
Ha will let '
say :- .
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Slat dwh*. sea&cth Hla good/ahe will be shoal4.beappointed[ and give his ; : : : .. : Coal, Coke, Brick Lime Gem

tract Him, she will cling to, Him like nimble wit half the play'which he did r. ffers ,

.RathtoNaomLandOLke Ittal .to David, when on the diamond, his presence .:: fFI9; .

10*SW* to MljilwHNotMng.can: drive woUld 'attract hundreds' additional ... r ,.c.....; jp.I'ot W ,."-. .'- -- ent, Shingles. and Laths. .:
berawaf8fee bas come for somewhat, 'spectators:to every-game in which bo "."""" __. :_.#_ :,',,-': : '. .. "

,and she will.bate it7rli?onlj.4d ;. HesbaH handles_ the indicator Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.
be her Master,'Ha. is every great ,:' ; l ,

sad ML die"Then so poor Jesus and answered needy* and_ said, unto Wright The ,devoted the'father admirers:'ot baseball of, are Harry interested r.., .........____...._. .

her, 0 woman, great Is thy faith.[ Be it in the success of his eon in the '' .. .'

nata daughter thee was even made aa'.thou whole wilt from.And thatTery her national with game.,a number Young of'Harry,amateur has played clnbs Great 'A dv'ant ; 4:1 Office '408 West Bay Street ,. *:r ,
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\-,' .Sea _rtirl mpbed. her:Alth;in around Philadelphia and is a student at ges ; g" '
Hlsrgav* her her heart's desire. Ha in-i Ii ; '># $ Jacksonville Pl ttlda.
I the University of Pennsylvania He is -
traded to 40 I& I doubt not but that Ha 102897'New ,

r toot that journey order to 'dO It,'but training with other candidates for. the ......... ... .
.. university baseball team. -- '" -p.-- '-- -
9b a time tbatSs always best :J f He : ;:, :: .
nk epsesw&Kinf, it is'because Ho is Bay Speaking of .McGann, Baltimores' '

tag to as'as to His' mother at the mar new first base man, Scrappy McGraw of <:. To' -- "'
Settlers fc the
itefV MiM bole aol yet eoma'V;It issoaeUmes the"Orioles'says '..McGannmayl be all ..; "way'of. Process" Blue Flame Oil Stoves
asked, "Can faith .
our, .bring ,
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,.'iTf octe-iT:'Let this case answer right, and again lie, may not be. In a oj or ; "* : "
for .a"Lto. DO nSereaoc to the daughter's'; minor league there;are few who can bitthe ..y-" : x ; ; ." KM ''< u.j' ,.

,fckltiL Ha said, "Great is thy,faith" yet ball harder and oftener than'Geerge 'Perfect 'Climate, : ; Productive Soil Standard Light'g Co's Vapor StovesOUR
tha da&ghter was made wbcI .:- Carey_bat with Baltimores he was '
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>!8. "AIId.Jesus -
departed r from thence nervous.. Every time.he went.to the bat '
fid earn &igb unto the sea.of Galilee,and his hand shook from nervousness." Choice Fruit Lands, Rich Garden !Tracts EAST COAST AGENTS
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west taro
ap s awmntala and..sat down '
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.tt..." "_took.tfcc. long$onraey.to.refreshed ,be How Lord falmoath- Paid His Bet., .* "L 1 H Niver DaytoDa. J C Frink StnartMEGruber .
by pat faith and to do wonders Sugar Can and > Good Schools W P Shryock, New Smyrna West Palm Beach
Lord ;
far His hldien one >Werodof nothing Falmouth-who, bred.,,horses, Frank T Badge, Titusville: -M B Lyman, Lantana ,
e te fiat H.44 at that:;time.| H.;sent knew all, about them and bad had for Edward Stiling Cocoa Stranahan & Co, Fort Lauderdale
Pblife OM at the avian;a long Journey to trainer.that paragon,"John Scott-never Tobacco Areas -. Plenty Gel F Paddison & Co, Ban Gallic Jordan & Spivey, Lemon City --
bftof Joy to the'Ethiopian. He sent a a. bet.bat once. He had a promising filly, Churchesand Hodgson Bros. Eau Gallic D R Knight Lemon City

hater from heaTea to Instruct,Daniel and Queen'Bertba: and she'was the favorite A Y W Hogg & Co, Fort Pierce Frank T Budge, Miami

comfort '_ealtte'' |H. pent an angel to for the Oaki to 1861 She had apparently countless .ways to earn a Geo,E,Coop,Jensen W W Culbertsofl, Cocoanut Grove
the ship in tba storm to comfort Paul competency
.. fallen off in condition, and ber
There y nothing too wonderful for Him, : .
owner put confidence in The Raymond D. Co.
tl: (th.1.alwayi'ttblasewe. JeI\1I". .(Act no her.; Falmouth Knight
.< wasanclined to scratch her when .
>ti 11) .;. : .t ; 4 J
*' 8a ")nd rat multltndei came unto Mrs Scott, John Scott's wife,'spoke up '. SOLE STATE AGENTS

' ]ice baring with them those that"were for her favorite: ."I'll lay; your lordship COME TO DRDEy ,

lame blind, dumb, &. d,:;- many sixpence, she wins," said Mrs. Scott, 10-31-97 Jacksonville, Florida.

others and act thea down at Jeeus1 feet,; laughing. ,For once ,Lord,'''Falmonth ,
and He healed them. What a sample of broke his rule never to bet and exclaim ,+ :.va.. -- f ,_'' '

what His kingdom will be, "The Inhabitant ed/'Done, Mrs; Scott!'! So Queen j'J: <>, .. ._: ti':. ,,
shall
that dwell DR.......y'shall 1..1Jeop1e be forglTcn; ;their Bertisa.;:with Tom Aldcroft up; 'appeared t... .''.... .. -- ,.. .... .', ,, -9

.e IaIuItr'. a.-. : zulU, 1f). ..It.will .be at the post, and, thanks to the bril y :,' .',. .,. '' .,,--. -'- .. ,._ -Q-jj l:. .THOS.: NOONEY & SONS
.Irrat wte peel 1iLR inrth.'On$does not liana riding of her jockey, beat Marl ,

wonder that they wantedto take. Him by I gold by a short bead for the first place. 4. .Y ,. .''.'' jIo.f '' .,..." .I .II..'... .. ... ,, ". ,_\..,.......f>' _... .. ..rw'l ;;.-. f"" .
tees aDd make Him their Bay(John Tl; i Lord'Fahaoathpaid his bet to Mrs. > > -J I. '' > U) for when hungry He could feed them '.s.i.
Scott
; in
noble
j fashion He
when sick He could heal them and. if the] brand,new sixpence from: the procured bank, bad a s, ...........'".=,...,-,. 'r,..""' ._' -.-.V'Vv-.",, ,... 5. ,"_'-!';..._..............."' Commission MerchantsIMPORTERS ,
died Ea could them to lite ; ', ,
bring
it set round.with diamonds and ........., .. ,, .. "'"" : .. .
mounted .. -. ........ ,, .. '
s 8L "hr.dI that the.mnnlt1Trde r ---""" "" "" ""' --- -ayyin1... ,!, -- --!ir.MlR+6-M'RS.a--*K.TIWt. .
as'a 'brooch;:and &?tJ18t form .
teed wbaLtaersaw tike dumb to ; presented .. --- --
it to the '. : .. ..-: ;< ; ,
lilt.hnWolijrWe.tightoetowalkasd comely mistress of ;; : :: :;:!i ;; : '
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. the blind to ,aDd Whitehall-San Francisco Argonaut -' .:i..> ji'-,2J ? "1 '
they glorified the
see
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t Foreign Domestic
Ged.of.JmA&tSolway,6l*, : :' \? 'iM', .
, 0., This was just what Xsaiab tbey said woaderf tha'! To Exhibit American'Sports. .,;. ; ; : ..c'. .

their Kesebli would do (I& mr, 6, o): F A': bill) ''bas.been 'introduced in the -s -
Why did,iMf DOt Wekesafr Slat d subtoHlm" United : : '" t ,. Fruits and Produce
1 ,= all > *-#tibth'uv.'thq States{$, senate!,9O.-asking oat'oi for the an sum appropjrfation ; > : :! : 1I }f H i.: ': :..: f: -**< ,
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_..a. I:>- 2oJ1DtrJ set aBide'fdr"tieAmerican'exhibit isPins ... ; ,., :i. : '
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> 'aad hare'orroarsad sighing."' ..."" ? .,:.. .
wa.rt : ". WHOLESALE
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: Ns.........._d1God'Uaought pia 1800; forrthe3paarpose; of enabling : ':'.Ji' ',.' :; ..
tbe'Amateur i CROCERS
, ".-, aDd waprr*Llbeaele,.forefaiiew,they AtbJetidBfiion of the ; .""
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> wpwteds t ...viero United States to'make a- t laid' .: ,x'" ; ,... > .r' ., : v- ,
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38 the la
'tho lodge
'DnrI8 past years. JJ'
Pennsylvania have contributed far the relief .. .. ./ 1-4 ._ '" """.. .,' ___ ...>. .. "".",.,, ""-;. ".. .... >1>.'. <.of
of distress: and for the prevention of J. tl1 & ..It. >- t-f- < ,OW"" YOlK.

distress and actual,want the sum of f 12,- .. :r ; ;10Pf .. ._. ,'N .r5t. Fa1tOB JJ. et..! .: f. ,tl.J _41it j :t
MASONIC... .. 044,893.58. this may properly be added i J ftt the contributions of the Patriarchal branchof To.New York ': ...., .. jEALgDEALRS1N4LL; .,. ..r1IIRti1'41t '
end Roston. :; .. '1': ;WHO .
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BaU4bls cf"the Fraternity In HauachnetU the order for 'the same period;f 1,690- .;:i.--'., or.r < .- 'Jtt1l: f. .1t ..":" ;.
891.'12, and swells the grand total to 118T h. .}
-Twstleboard Dedgcs.Proiably :
finest .MaSonlo building'in ,735,787.30.-JamesSfllleholaon. '. '.ShortHai1.Hide; to Savan74&aThenete ; i" : ;;:: 1:7: ::
the .1.-S.ft1, "
Massachusetts la'that at Newtohvllle and Wreaths on the coffin of a brother show A "Short t : l' --'f! :t .: ; t .... .
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l .; Flotiida; t "
ehoweth o l e. :
Is the pride of. the fraternity in that.viclnityn respect.;but kindness to the living. .from :.... .,':i;'=' I '; ;; .. ,f. -. \; .. ,:t. "'.... '::.: :
In Ita' architectural details the love.The Sailing Satannalij F : : .. r", '" -"

French renaissance Is. followed and_ .the Grand Lodge Journal of Illinois' for 5 ;'; : Aho' r'.J'. -. ; .s.' -' .. "f".... .ft' .. ,..;_, f.:.... :: '. ..
'1897 said to be the largest'one ever,issued Ships Each, Week ;, ": f' '"S : '
is designed : : .1. ., <1 ;
structure admirably to meet by state in the Union being a : '. .A"" .. : -.. 4. i'f .
the needs of the Masonic bodies. It la four volume of any 540 pages.OddFellowship'is. -. ,.:..' .f ....... 'j:,. ,& ., 'A : 1" ... '; "ii. ,.;: a"S i'j'Z'

.atones height,.with a hip root At the ; the largest fraternal J& ticket agents and_hotels are supplied with.aail rg'schedulesWrlte: for genjRft : ," ..\. :' "'; ;,;;;::;;,;. rrYi ,, "J;

corner of Walnut street and JfewtonTilloaveana society ever known in the history of the era1.infor,.... .....?% ; schedules. stateroom_ r. W'vatiODorcallon.. < -,;' .', '. -- : r : ,. t '' ,' '. '
tho front is broken by a round \;'-""" ;: V '>., -....' ."' '_ ...- '.' -T& .. : :,/i:: ; ; t: l'U' :i
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world,having now in membership 850, ,, E. H. ?_ .-: i -: .1- .
tower. The building; material is red brick, 000 brothers and 350,000 sisters.Canton ., !ONf7yanic Manager, JVAWER HAWKINS,. Fla.'Pass..Ash :. ., -] ..CoA8 eft< ta'Sol1. ._. .., ,. -. '0" "-.'
6 ie. -1. 'F.p' .. "..-. oIl...". ...'.. ,U ,-"'-' ;; ;: .t:
'with trimmings .terra cotta and dark Philadelphia, No. 1,is preparingto 'SavagnlbEGa.l i '. ; 4acksonrlle,F1a.., 3.IO ". -. .__ ,,'" '- 't' J l
yellow brick. The structure Is as nearly X.- .,,
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in and to Boston
Wilkesbarro
go to May ": '''' '' '' -' .
fin-proof is possible and is of the heaviest G ; } -

,.and most substantial type of construction.The next. ,fall. _, <<*f _*.. .. : .. .. : ; '\ '. ,r\. .. !
comfort 'and convenience the.Ma- The: junior past grand ie.not'an officer i tf.u'l. "::+: Vi iii flb.-1_ >t ; x t ;; ; : :
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sonic bodies bare been the prime eonsldera-j in the lodge and consequently eligible to '. ': ,'! <]... !:; iJi:1-r": : -, '.. :'T;.' ', i1 -1-p.. ..''." '... f',_' NEW .3EM1NOH1L :
any office in the lodge.. ,\ S '- \ I "
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Better a little knowledge with humility .', __
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than In'much all secret learning ballots with,the boastfulness..noble grand,; n tlTT '. l, 'J IP: ': qx. 'y <, OnI""y'..B kzHO. ..teJ w.... ..:...._....,'r.. Jt .. -,a :---"'''-'

should vote the, same as :other members, .,,:, .;-.; \ : W-EST'-PAL ':SE.. Q. ; ;f
but when votes are taken vva.-voce he PR@S RJr.CJ.X>R'S >f" -'(.'

should withhold his vote, to be cast in.case '- ,. <. b..r. t :.. ',',. .. .... ..) d ,..... ,. \ I -
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fT! Has i'etTtt'
0 j = ,
Tli :
vote Is needed.
a deciding
SEMINOLr1 stantialmaoneralidelega lj %4 i ,.
Have spoken_to that member who .i \ ... .a.
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you .iI ()a '(! r: H4.Ii : g -a liil& I& ';' .. -.; '
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; 'Ia7ce Worth I7g: t.-tnc.
-- 1177 has become careless and does not attend. '' onhi 'ground fronedvte'weachWay a. ;_ ,:; ,- ;;
the lodgeP' -" -" / el 4frron all dlr_ l .. .
; : : .ndg es 01i.pe'f'---1a .). ::, < -7-" "> '

order There who are are a great seldom many seen members at lodge of meeting the n ''' '4:/1/ ;' J '" .. JNQUIPERSr ; ,5.' __ Cuisine andJBeryi UtrietlRat4._ _Y' 'Bt' : ': 1 .... -.

who never applicant, ;., ,, j.BlT41 "1 ,t. ,.' ,
propose an yet' '. f [ if. .. 13 tee., $Z per ditpelltl. _np. SpscId' :
MAsc t TKMFLB., )TEWTOSVIILE, MASS. who feel competent to gl\'e"grand and subordinate 'Jv". llf i f "" ,:'(: : :
officers to how business 'GEtlRGE ZAPFt: ;
points as .the'
tions in arranging the det&isand! the mem-' of the order should bet; conducted.The Will &.0n4**?* ,.:},THF" *.' TBOPIOAL SUN. 11-4-91_ :. L -- ,, 6ilaEtsi"'- g ...-

ben of the building committee claim' that sovereign grand .lodge has made it loaded to the-muzzle every week _. _. _. '. _::., _.J. -r
in those details which 'concern the 'OOO "" .? J:5, -
cere <.-O -- -!. < '' -:'- ; "
the of -
duty the warden only to distribute U.
r: monials''of Masonry tho building the and collect the ballot: .. ."'..;.... :.. ":":"- .Just the Information s they w o'.' :- iT nlJ :&. Uc'AIIDllI.. iJACKSOiYIL'LE; FLORl.q i
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; most complete in New Tjjgland. The total ruc,; WNOU84UP' _.
} cost of the structure was about $125,000 A retiring noble grand does not becomea Try it and be convinced o -

n The grand chapter of- Penn!ylvania'do- past grand until his successor has been *. J'fttV ;- .- :> } ; 1 : : : t |" \ >i\! J..-*j" ,O'* ; .

nated $500 to the Masonic home at Phila duly the ;Installed in the and he has been seated for. SabscriptioK.+ .Price. -l year, $2 r Sbc'Months,l$1 Hfh1 .Months.F :50 cteESTABLISHED ,Fruits 'and Prodsoa .
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,1I i .del his term past grand's chairs >: .,. ''' '';so\ "''..-. "..._ 1'C'. ", ..= ";"-;..t.. "I" I._.1 ..t'.. .. '"k', .r :T. .1F !'. ::. : .. .. : .
The endowment fund of the Kentucky ,......,...", : -r.f-: :; .. . -. ..-. ""'" ... ;: --f
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f: Masonic Widows and Orphans' home 'UNITED WORKMEN ';' "<-.J 1;" >>, ..."' .,..'-, _. ."'. ""' > ,.J.H ."T.' ,.._.... _. :.t_ .' ;'."" CommissionMerekrnaiiFancrCrades : '. : '

amouDtsto20fl,180.61.' Tha receipts of the '. ; >:: .J.< 1 f-1 -\.1:.i,? 5:' jf ., :; : -' < ." ( 0; ,'", : .' J:1 t
I t* The Present !. the Beet Time to Join the ,
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home last 1U3.79 and dls
{ K year were fi -" ?'
tbursements 113,754.26.: Order-:Bench'Shoring .-"';: -", -::- '. '. ... : '- : of, ''fifltfefoijffiXWeSolicit : Chee.e, ',,
.4 Don't wait until tomorrow week .. I. .:tf "--<
next .. / '-
centennial A bronze convocation medal commemorative of the grand of chap the or next month to join. the A. O. U. W. It _"ff-.1"'i1 : '7.; ". t..7' --i: ...1 JOi '.. Yon* Bnsfom ./.; .,- .. >.. < :a J"d .,--;

i, ter of New York, Feb. 1,has been prepared, may then be too late. .It doesn't take long We ri iiolicJtibe business 61-:Merchants and" Will:trot' fill order/'frmsl. Col amentv ....'
in ,accordance .with a resolution of tb e for a man to dieHe; may get up.in the '' should from their borne dealers. : *. V* "*tj Ji '
; \ 1874. buy : ; ; ) .
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hale and and be ,
grand chapter'last year. morning hearty a corpse ., -=-, ;- :
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before Accidents In'variollSwayund T j -
night happen Conducting 1
a legitimate _
tracking
Henry N. Fisher is now commander in .. .
chief of the Massachusetts consistory, Scottish summons no is man can tell when the final .- ..... upon--strictly----commercial lines, r._.- .--- : 't :,' E.. "e 4:: ; .;
for him. Do "
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coming delay. : '
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Rite. "= THE-:': ". ..... .. C.!.. ; rutlnk,
Join the A. O. U. W.-Anchor and Shield.It .u_ -. ': .
The Masonio temple at Cbambersburg id f is stated that John C. Upchurch, son RQTffJR ;:: :;:
situated on the' dedicated oldest plot of ground InPennsylvania of the founder of the order, :will presenthis Fir! t rational Bank of Florida T1AINES ; _
to Masonic:
purpose name to the grand lodge of Missouri D, % "
and is the only building in the state, for the office of grand receiver. ,,p nii .:;
with exception: of the teuiple'in Philadelphia n Maehihists'and.: } !!ia
used exclusively by Masons. Thedeathlist of 1897 contains the namesof **-

Alabama Knights Templars have secured 358 members Jacksonville, -' Florida, ,r, 1 .M.: : i AGKNTSjFOR;"';"- '. ',,- '" 1 T".
quarters- P1tt burg for the triennial con' There are many cities in the Union Solicits the. business of merchants, planters i and fruit growers. All accounts have e '. 1, ." K .,81f '.fns .'._.-f
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cIa va. Ancient claiming Order to have of the United banner Workmen.lodge of the In .n.... personal attention .*.. .. ', '. ... .-.. '. The. Gas :Engine and 'Power 'Ctlal !l.\ : ') : !;t' :
Tho Masonic Relief association of the. Drafts on England. and the Continent bought and sold ., .. > -..., "'.. i1 f.
United tr.tes.aDd. Canada bas the city of .Detroit one single lodge has a favorable .. C":1.; foriliftir.Motor ',ID..t H.' ., : .
,) reported i membership of 3,600, and is the largest I terms." .. :. .RepairParts. ... &. fi.a
!8,17 cases of impostors. A complete cross lodge in the.United States. JAMES M. SCHUMACHER, President l C. 'COOLEY, Cashier. -* ; s *, _' -___. !_" f-> -:jn'"! **- -ii *"- .-t-f .
index of the warning circulars .bas been IQ-3I-97 ','C. .<.,; -- --*: : '"- ;;' '"- -; ;- .t pmt Give your new officers every possible Iand : Construction.and Repair of Intricate MachiaerySpcdaltyi ..

a! encouragement sft'.The .. ...,. ., .-
i William B. Bowen of Omaha has been -' ;' -' < ".n : :- l :i "1 : '"
Ancient Order of United Workmen .. ,- ...., .. ..." ITf
i elected grand secretary of the grand chapter REYNOLD & : : '
: of Nebraska for' the twcuty.1lftllCOD.'euure has done more to protect the,home,thin $ HULL ,,' : .. ; CUR. SPECIALTIES. : .:: 7 .,.. .
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:1 '' term. all the laws enacted by congress ." }." i. _

(i-i I KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. .340,224.Members in good standing at last report," WHOLESALE AND'RETAIL DEALERS'IN Repairing.. ..."; ; I Q ,t .II'r., : i;. =

." Gas, Gasoline, NapnthaKero: i s Complete,'Isolated, UAhtlitg, -4-. =
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Get heady For ,the Uniform Bank Encampment RED MEN. sane Vapor, Hot-Air' :and and Pumping Plants:for cd I -Helmet Glints jis h e tfs&re Garno Steam Engines, and Scales of nseoprated: .Tqr : /*".

The limo 'awakening has arrived. Work to Reinstate.n Snspend Talks. d JIemben.Sh all makes and capacities."..' -. .,gasoline:- ,''steam" :', or. ""Uti0.! .

I Every Sir Knight should throw 60 the feel Remember that the j jubilee year of the ;; Inventop1!.Models Constvuetcd otith Se F eey and DUpatth. : :
i' lug of lethargy that has held him, brush order Is here and that the desire of the .- : T : *., '.. *i jf\t--' '> '. *';.4
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the dust from his uniform, scour tho rust and 'rfrtZs M ., . .
council Qon : : "' .J' #
.great of. tho United States is'that lf < > s"
from his sword, begin drilling, recruiting : it! e :1 : "
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and preparing to take part in the grandest all worthy members who were suspended I !, ".. 11>- ,, ... ; '., y. .1 .i .q, t... Office andFootb'fLib'ertjr Works -- ;' '-' : : f.i.- """ i'illO.21.U7'
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for of .. .
nonpayment .dues.shall be brought : ; / ; J q yll ef rl.a..
ddo dUp'ay over witnessed in the United Street 1 ; :
b ck Juto the,fold. Let there be a general) SERVE CXB TWICE A. : .
States ot Indianapolis in August, 189 8. forward all ..p rwj.cit ..- < .. -,
Already movement along the lien II ; s ? '. "
I 1)on'Vals many too companies long, but fall are in.awakening.-Pythian all tribes and all brothers dq their duty! the i 1-ed to the best' trade last vear".. and? .
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membership of the order will C iCT 9Sk <
be
I' Journsl, .doubled.. are fully prepared 'to 'do this
Council Brand. so season. :
I :
J At tho,!last convention of the :
grand lodge The' JacteniUe
The chief of
of Texas $:!,0UU was appropriated towards grunt records' reports the FertiIzerC! ;
I '' membership as follows: At.the last great .
fund to be used in building a Pythian SPiCIU 3 =
I Ii: borne for widows and orphans. report increase; 149,845 of D,1,15 and,. at- present 155,389. an HTTEMION ; < '" j H

II I Integrity lodge of Philadelphia baa an Thereare 89 tribes in Philadelphia; with GVEN:. TO ORDERS :E. SUDLOW Gen'i f ;Mfl :
FRO
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J invested fund cf $10,000 and 242 member .. ,,' i 1,5 iig ev. : .:
t. In good standing., two tribes in course of organization. The large' I : ; t t tJ I ) .. )I ; j ."Jt't..
are Peqnodt with 350 members
Tbo certificate Fast Grand Chancelloi Wingohocking 408 Idaho. 382 Cohock-; -The' East '. ..4i.fCTS
i i' John Caven. 'of.Indiana bears date. of Jan. sink, 326; Peshkewab; 299; Ponemah; Side., l'41eappIeand Vegetable- ];t e ; ,

t 11, 1870.' "850, and Qsage,_373. -', ... ..
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1 In many locations past cbmcol1ors'as'I Colorado promises a large increase in W:ST P \Ll\I BLAH, FLOEIDA. l ..47 -, '
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sociation are bvlus organized. They may membership during this coming great sun. Ammonia 5per cent; I Ammonia 5-6 per.ceat. o.. ; ,
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be of benefit,
especially if they pledge them .
Available P A. ..
4s per cent. '; "Avails ble- P. A. 6 8 *
; eagle
elves to attend regularly their subordinate .... per
lodge meetings KNIGHTS. OF. HONOR I. Potash K.'a O.7-8;; per cent;.' f 'PotesHK ,e
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j:i Lincoln Modem, "b",Woodmen.In new members. 'are being ._Initiations Are Various the Life Notes.of the Lodge PSTRONIZE,.x tHEsUN. 'JdB OFFICE Cotton:$eed Meal and, e seen 'M !t 7. I 1

I constantly added and tho growth allover I Every member initiated Infuses new life ... .; uantJte '
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the state is highly satisfactory.; State into the lodge. Take a live lodge in whIchaU .... ,; ... .' \ .1 .. '. ,
I Deputy Faulkner is conducting an energctio tho brothers are pulling together in Special 'attention'given'to '., *
private formulas;' -
campaign Bud Las a email host ol unity and striving to get now mem bert '.
good &olIel tell.. ,and,where they have impressive initiations 12-16-S7 Eg- Send for! ; Pamphlet i and (.ricVu. 'W'tX;: *SWRqNG.JUeut. fM' ..:

Under Slats Deputy Cv J. Byrns the l every meeting night and 'you will 'always

.!;, Michigan campaign camps! fvr havo; member entered; setting:upon n general and .on-the find a full business representation of thujodge.present. ,tojcarry#J4 'ga ]; 'a' Miami,, .on- '_B.ay' !.Ricca yne.;-r ;FloHdk.

r promktt 13.000; iuenibeK for that' state b y _The Knights of Honor is also a progressive a'uJlAJGAINs'' : 98 nO t Lel I iulaffll1The Most Southern ., '' !'
.. July !. order.' It does not attandisti ,#but Railroad Point{ la,

would fThcro not seem to be much more keeps pace with the times'andjadopts"all YYYYYY. the.United States* '
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room for new camps In Illinois, but State measures that tend to"strengthen. a 1dpetunte per.- vIf .,... ,lr Accommodations for;200 Guests:, HoterHomeiateand'Comfortable. '
it. ) S1 -.i.J>)
Deputy. A. Uodcnbi>rg'8 energetic field lfi e Have a Full StothtL1 oli di s' s 'rif)' Atr'A6L : --LI *
workers Continuo instituting. good camp Things are moving in Vermont. 'Ha rd- 12-1&97 ." O.p r 1 or.'
and adding new members. wick lodge of Hard wick initiated 18 in the -, ... 't. .b .
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last four months. 00 ) ricl Gents' Shoes: '1..i ,"'LadaesIlress
i State Deputy C. D. Elliott of SeattleV.iih. :
I \ ., is tko heed entertainer' tb .
state deputies. lie U a first class among mimic, Boyal reaanm. .. }rl') !: :; Goods our Specialty.itfg U. D. HENDRIOKs: N

reciter anti\entriloqulst a great work Make it a point to carry. a' blankappu.. .. '_
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er. Of course he is succeeding in his cation in your pocket. ; I
new Mrs.
Frank mil for weel
lehere and
a ,or so : '
territory.O. A casual glance over. the death list oi '"", >a" :.J8qictoo; .; i---,1 .- .;..**> General Merchandise;;. ., :' : t
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F...Aiery, state deputy of Indiana, Is November In the R, A. shows 14 half rate will offer ; Special Bargains. .
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a member tbo Illinois legislature and It 'Lehoflciariea out.of 149,reported.. ,Leading you .
I, held iu high esteem by his colleagues., HIs 1 ca wes of death are pneumonia; consumption Wholesale Oils. 't- .I -
ono of our energetic workers for woodcraft 12; accidental; heart trou IA Presenkwith Event' Dollar's worth G oc
and U delivering* iuany' excellent t bees 10 r typhoid fever, 9; suicide, ?. Jg UAJltrC1aJCi '%-' :'" s- 4 4 Gasolines 76 and 86*. Me. ;F JlotijJl

Woodmen addresses. The supreme officers are putting forth at the $ ; \* "OfJaOSTON. !/

.- .their strength to make, this .year.Jq.thJ: Eats Caps Sloes Dry GoodJ.Seedi : : :: :
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Heights of Malta.. Loyal Additional Benefit association show ; : : .;
One of the most active fields of growth for more than in the past. Already good, : ,5tL'OJiHMRS ;

aDd development: is Pennsylvania, where energetic deputies are. being instructed as se111g] Machine 3:; : :-
106 ooaiicandcjles are located in 33 coon to work in new fields, and the growth of <> ftf3- HardJ.ne. : : ,

taw and In T2 places, with a membership .the membership must show' ,* healthy increase .. PRANK,,.Pro 'r. .. ... .
d lft.000( and another thousand in sight "' as early as the spring wont a.:, ,. Agent. for Mapes'.'and WUlisnMftciart' .: ,
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It Is prided to wake A. I). 1898-A. O, Benton council of St. Louis added 96 .. -- .- -w.uaers.;
S50a Jubilee year, and persistent efforts new members last year. Seminole Block, on Banjan Street, WEST PALM BEACH. Anti-Friction' ,. "
will be made to ,advance the standard oi 11-1-97 Iron.>Marla8.h' .. ..

the cross into many: new fields and to develop Fraternal Notes. ': Far Boatl7S Feet In Length end ..,. ., w ;., .

Ide' ittajf. in which it Is already station A large number of fraternal aDd bene- Steamers. -' '_-' < ;' z

ficial lodges in New Jersey will be effected Lake : ; :,.i '
I Six grander state comraandcries: I Worth and; **.
t work and another is almost ready to are be in at by a decision given by the state board of If you are thinking of irrigating your truck farm, ;*>sH ''Gladvs., ... T .. .

stituted., erty taxation.of all It lodges decides assessable.that, the personal"It has. ,prop..been I IRRIGATION yon pineapple wish to field cover or and oran ron grove information,!send me of size what of area ; >. :" :' ,; :r .,' ,O Lake" Worthi' .

". The ushering in of 1893 marks an important generally held that 1 it was not. want aDd I wIn be glad to furnish Information you Schooner "MARY. B," regularly between:Ink' 8' Worth: : : ': ; '
epoch in the history of the order The death benefits paid by the Catholic desired and give estimate of cost. ; 11 d JaeksoarUlt
of Malta. It U the eight hundred and Free Delivery Boat ca Lake
fiftieth Benevolent Legion 'during the year 1897 .Worthr. .
year iof the order-which; Is establish amounted .to $1,072,657.44; permanent J. G. CHRISTOPHER ,t '
ed on this continent In 18 states Canada disability benefits 121.97 Lak .W.o ht :rJ.or1 "
paid the .
j during ,
year .
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: and the District of Columbia with a total 3,750.. ,The number' of, deaths in 1897 Machinery: and Mill Supplies. : 'n." .... rJ :or
: membership of 23,000;and It is enjoying 9 were 548. Membership'Jan. :
; 1, 1598, 47,*
!'J { treat. ant)conUoaoos. .Increase. every.month 009.. Councils,._., Instituted during 189?, 8$.. Irrigating Machinery. ,,',#Specialty.. i'b
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FRUIT. .-.. JELLIES. .. ; A;.D1Sff FOR ;LENT -- s \.
411' ", tit"". '. City: COCOASTJT GROPE: '.SAMUEL B.JIt11IAi, ; '
liver M Jbb are km-b.a 10 Directory; MRS.GB.STEPHESS.. _Instructor : SLAB.1 'iCE c.DttrT.l'.Fr
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Wfil B* WIslesereo sad ippo Row-. to' -Make SaLnoa x..nu Seawsrk' -- ..* W..J.-. jHOUt, ... _',_.suP4rvbor- :Eatabliahed 1841. ._ ;i ." .''_ ,;".
( : 'iDfe and
; A''ptty 'nnd llriWhedrith ToettuomaTake OFFICERS. 'COCOA PLD1I.. -

\ whi td that fa formed, 0: cubes' Jog a pound/remove skin and -- LANG.-. .......... .,_,._tiuperrlsor CO1WHOLESALE
bones and
r. hit jdliM la Tmriotu colors.f f E.GLENN.__...... ........._.Clerk .
t Kate ch op'"'the "Beat ;fi e1i.. 'then rub it 1.H. LIVINGSTON.. ......_., ,Assessor ,EVERGLADE. ..
, etu,*jell:. Matiag the mod brilliant'! EO.H.MALTBY-Treasurer MIVOTSM. MAY. ... ,.. ... *
'k snap color by prcpajiag u train the made through a,sieve. (sieves come specially, JU).A.RAHAM .......................",YanhaJ WJC.F1SHEK..--....:,-....m.....?.Supervisor IDstrudllr
for this
t slur Je|M,of Mw. fruit ,,Soak: i third of fish. ''There purpose), then weigh the LIXTOX

m piBllita cf:SagUA:jektin in half a should ilea good half pound. BOARD OF ALDERMEN. W.A.H.HOBB3....._. ....InstructorBOYXTOX Commission Fish Dealers

elf of cold w... When it has naked Place a:email saucepan with a tablet S..' --.-....."'!'" ''....... ".. -- Supervisor. I. ,
1 spoonful butter and a tablespoonful GEO.W.POTTER -..... Preslc nt 7 i'- .
two boon -
tir
Ho. '
ID ball 7 Fulton Fish
\ water tad i rtlr it until a cop it is of diaolred boiling flour 'ier j the fire and stir a few min OHN.A.STRAWDERMAN..GEO.-L.B. BEACH_.. .__-*.S.BRANNING LAMOND MAUD GEE......... ...,...._..,.....?Instructor Market, NEW YORK
p urea-;taking care not to Jet it brown, CHAS. W. PIERCE.._..-?Supervisor
State SEO.8.ADAMS .CARL SCHRKBN1UC
it teto "
% ?
lE a plat of -
d /clear Special
jalce.yReaneraber orange then add a cup [milk, a small bouquet, Council meeting on the rat and 3d Tuesday In PALM BEACH. Attention given to the sale of Pompano Spanish. ,
e Ya1eDOI Or any'Ked; each month,at 7309.m. MISS Mackerel, Blue Fish, Etc"i; '.*<'- ->
a'quarter- teaspoonful milk, 2 tablespoonfuls L DEBOGORY_._.......Instructor : :
Ueraaaaa awe are better.for jelly E.N.DIMH; ._._?....,......-....SuperviiOr References: Pulton and Market -
mushroom liquor. Stir and National Bank
Wholesale
than Florida or any Fish
c Ttes .
for rautge& : are' of litijtliYahM cock six minutes, Remove the bouquet, County Directory. COLOUCO. Dealer in the United States... .. *: "" _
cooking, though tbey'are ANNIE D. .
LIGHTBOURX ... Insttnetor
the best cad fweetest table that mix the yolks of 2 eggs with 2 tablespoonfuls JOHN WY8&..,., ... u-......-Supervisor E -Stencils furnished on application lt-18-Sn
oraDgei cream and add to the ,..; ,
tITer wan grown. :Add to the orange jel COUNTY OF FlCERS. '- ,

v Jr'" pakd yellow sauce. Bemove; from the fire immediate. A.E. HETSEK..:,. County Ju.fgeA. .
or outer rind of 2 ,
: ly.; stir a few minutes and set aside. .>. QUIMBY.Circais Court Clerk The ':,0- ". .1' :_ -'::-'\
i oxaBfu and half a' cf sugar.: Add .._ Only Coffee RoastersIn "
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cop When ROB: R. TAYLOR. Prosecuting Attorney .
, also & >Ublapoceful of 'mar hlno. the sauce is cold, put the salmon g.J. CHILLINGWORTH.... .... Sheriff E. W1NC8FN>3ACH.:Manager. I..M. BURST Treasurer
1 1 8 ,in a 'wooden chopping bowl and ?c. HAIGHT....'razAresear
Stain UM whole through, a ,pointed stir with T.J.HARD E tE!........Tax Collector the ,State.
a masher while
e > twice potato gradually J. LAMOND.....Treasurer
Uwtag Kraee og it through i adding the sauce. Season with a rRANKLYH SHEEN........ ........Surveyor FLORIDA
,f\ &., to obtain the color and I half teaspoonful half Z.T.MERIUTT... Sup&. Pablic IUtruCtlODCOUNTY'COMM1SMONE& MACHIN.E .Wo.RKS
flavor of Ore' rind la the jell,. Cool this and salt a teaspoonful J. D. S R. D. GRETHER,
nutmeg a pinch. of cayenne pepper. .
2WJ1''ia
t thkk, Utoeti'aii inch and. a quarter Add the whites cf 2 eggs (not- beaten) N.W.PITTS Chairman.Lake Worth Jteksonillla Floridt.

and stir vigorously until all the G.W.urN if ART. BeachW. .. .. *
% Hakoaabeei of leaco jelly in the ingredients I J. SHOVE ......... Cocoannt Grove Iron and Brass Castings
.&. Mifl are well blended, then put the I Eo L.WHITE..... .................Lemon City CHOICE TEAS ) '
wgr "the.
$ Juice of lemons
1 mixture into,a bowl and set on ice for W.S.TANCRE._ Sound PURE SPICES. J- OUR
isstaad of .aBf ,with a clip of sugar an'hour; also place on ice a half pint Commissioners meet in regular session on FRUIT EXTRACTS J SPECIALTIES. General Repairing Promptly and Accurately Done.
\ sad oflrfHke tile 1nad,. Color it a del: whipped measured the first Wednesday in each month.COLN7Y _.
cream ( before "
late Itet'gwin''wlth'a:few drops of beingwhipped Iron Building Columns Sash ).Weights and Grate Ban "
% a Specialty Sbeftin
fto*TdptaUe odoriag } After being on ice an hour SCHOOL BOARD. Paper, paper bags, butter:dishes, -twine Pulleys Hangers and Boxes in Stock. Saw Mandrels of all Sizes Furnished."
Uqui&kMake slowly add cream to the salmon urEicrrEXDKirr OF PUBLIC XHSTMJCTKHC.Z. and other grocers' sundries.
lft fe. abeH of fruit Jelly of preacrred :while preparation .MERRITT._..,.__-Lemon City All Coffees .
Roasted After
constantly stirring and Receipt of Order. SUGAR
e.ufrttwbeny jdoe or of orange.juice XEXBIRS or SCHOOL BOARD.J. >>. MILLS
-.J lttiB again let on ice. half .an hour. Butter W.JACKSON.fbairman.COiO&DU&GroveW. 10-21-97 ,

tiais wU t.eaaaiae rind! a&d Cut coloring the jelly six mousselihe molds, put a small slice ..W.L. WIDMEYKR CO(8TOCK..Wes&: ,..-_-Palm JupiterJ. Beach Office and Shops at End of Viaduct in lUverside.
tbetejelliea ,
t of truffle, in the center of. each and'heady

'(Into estei with a sharp knife or into sprinkle ,the"inside.with lobster FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. SEEDS. 10-21-97 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
nimMiUlfofgaaad tierce then
piled coral, after which set the molds on ice MEMBERS FKOM DADE COCSTT.E ...
en. & fatter ia pyramidal shape ear ten minutes then fill with the -N. DIMICK.Palm Beach...__...... .Senator
leaadeti b1 whipped 'cream UJe'a prepare R.B,POTTER W Palm Beach Representative Fresh ,,
or ion take each mold New Crop, Reliable. > (
,ftWe1c wreath and, give it a few .,.
oftl6ent u a border to aAlitUema mocks on the table to, settle the min

inettno IHW7Iee4 rice p riding rare, then place molds in a pan with a State Directory, Varieties best adapted to Florida. 0GW. WEYBRECBT .
may bataed in the lemon in
Mae or little hot water. Care should be taken Special Attention given to the ,
pick ore! e jelly, Bits of
orange Dot to put in too much water. Cover EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. East Coast Trader
pulp UH!. trifle of .-
candied pineapple Dealer in Hardware
with
buttered .
paper place the pan in ,

servedtwgwtersof aay be used ta these candled cherries he oven and bake till firm to the touch. w. D. BLOXHAM................ ....Governor Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention. Plumber ,Steam and Gas Fitter Mixed
jelUes. Then nnmold and serve with lobster JNO. 1..ClU WFORD.... .Secretary of State Paints, ..
Preasrrod peaeb juice makes dainty We M. H. BEYNOLUS. ,.........Comptroller L. CAMERON .
jeHf IMwetI sauce. TAMES B. WBITFIELD........ ..Treasurer
with a tablespoonful of WM.B.LAMAR..............Attorney General] The Pioneer Seedsman of Florida. Tin, Copper, and Shoat Iw Wlrk.
.,..atifno ,end aId.D, exactly thaw How to Decorate a Table. W. X. SUEATS ....Snpt.. Public Instruction ltrz-97 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. ..
..... .
L.B.WOMBWELL Com.
that the Agriculture
A
way orange jelly was dainty and amusing conceit for PATRICK .SOUSTON.AdlataatGeoeral_
le .e.. Bita of rich, preserved peaches decorating a holiday table is to have for w. H.Dlli.IU1V,JK.......... surveyor-general Dealer In Pumps Pipe Fittings,and General Plumbing Supplies Tin Ware,Agate
say'be' asattered Offices at Tallahassee, Florida. Ware and House Furnishings of Every Kind.
through It. It looks a centerpiece a pretty"dish of growing

VWT prt. when it is tinted a paleptak terns and radiating from it narrow rib U. S. SENATORS T. B.Massa

Aprioot Jelly It also nice served bons extending to the. plate of each S.PASCO.....................'......Monticello AGENT FOR THE AEBHQTQB.
with whdte'afrkotiafid. garnished withwWfedcr guest and ending there with a tiny boa, S.B.MALLORy................ ....Pensacola CONSTRUCTOR, of, IHHieATlM.PlAITS

.ai. Any of then jellies are gnat The other ends each attached tan t. I

twy era a .Ul served inanornamenW appropriate verse are concealed U. S. CONGRESSMEN. Estimates for Work and Material. One or both

border add with the center filled the ferns At the close of the ROB:. \P. D.\.VIS ..;............... ...Palatka promptly
W4. fa L among S. M.SPAKKMAN.....................Tampa & Bro. Fntnwh-JcL l31-tf
whipped cream.Tbe&kUke dinner when all is removed but the

wade in prtparing these coffee and nuts at a given signal each SUPREME LUUttT JUDGES.M. 'WEST PALM BEIJ9LOS_ :. FLOeJ'IDA.Florida : .

1 .pIt jtJlki,made,ff IIIida'iD. Vales to guest draws his ribbon to himself and .
H.MABRY................... Chief Justice Jacksonville Fla.
too sneb water and depend upon reads aloud his verse. The verses can be F. B.CARTER.............. Associate Justice ,

the wtifee&td fruit for a jell,. Only elected to be very apropos and mirth R. }'. TAYLOB'......,.......' ..
Wttertsesih to. soak and to dissolve pro oking. East Coast

hit fee ftJato jelee. U seeded Jelly most be How to Clean Fur. E. E. COMMISSIONERS.R. COMMSS10N{ MERCHANTS. Ry.

If willing to take a little trouble, H.M. DAVIDSON, Quincy FIa...Chairman tma TABLE, KO,,12, IN EFFECT FEBRUARY 1" 18e8.

Bet tin Cak .Ra3od 0JI\en. owners of furs can freshen them without H.E.DAY......,.. .......___._....;.GainesvilleJ.
.M. BRYAN............. ....................Xissimmee Fruit and SCOTS BOUHD (bead Down). NORTH BOUND (Bead Up).
Fet the fffated yolks of 4 hard: boiled the expense of a furrier. Dark furs, Vegetables.
JGHN L. NEELEY.JR. Clerk.... _...Arcadia.Headquarters fee s No 28' No&
into tasla seal mink, Alaska sable electric STATIONS. g jyoTiiyoaayoaIT.
cap a and mix in half seal and offices of the Board at Tab Daily Daily

Mae quwtlty of minced bacon or nit fat eta i are cleaned with mahogany or fine lahassee. ... Consignments Solicited loop 7Sa 733Up ....... acksonvlle.......Ar. ? 45p .I din b w d 1 .a
e ...... Ar..St 6 '
peek, add a little pepper cr .chopped cedar sawdust whiCh-can be purchased .'"."! MM*. ... 845 085ft ...? jT.......8t.Angastine..Lv.Augustine.......Ar. 620842p 8Sp C3 p UOURt... .. 3. 7lt.a..
.
parsley and make them all into a"paste at manufacturing furrier's. Place General Directory, .....Ur.** ...... ..Hastings. .Lv. .,,,

the fur table 955aOSalQ4fia ... .. .Palatia LIT. 4 tip ,..... .
by addiaf the uncocked yolk of othertig. on, a hairy side up andrtib ; Up
and Fair .
.
-) 'Honesty Dealing Our Motto. MM.MM. .. v:. .,.Palatka..Ar.. 605p405p flOop ..,, .,.
Split open 4 dozen otstera'rta in the sawdust by the handful. Do COURT CALENDAR, ...... 1Yp .... tea.........LY. 405p706p ...... ... ....
tit with this mixture,pal thorn in not b@ ungenerous with either the sawdust (Seventh Circuit. Customers Sure to Get Their Money. S.*... .. .. 805a 8 _: LT.SanIdateo..Ar. 706525p. .. ..,,,. :..,..

shells or the and then shake I ) ."..% nu.. SSa102p ...... v....,. t Palatka........Lv. fi42p .,. ..,.. .,...,
large oytter coat tbcnTover with rubbing over .J.D BROOM.................Circuit Judge Established in Jacksonville ...... 4. ... ... ....Ormond........ M 8C6p 424p ...... ...... ......
brad crumbs put a little warmed butter the table saving the sawdust that thus J. D.BEGGS............... .State's .....1052a 116p127p .. '....:....Daytona.u 844 p 41Sp..... ,.. ,. ..
on top place them in falls. Then lay the hair side of the for Attorney for Eleven Years. S..... ...... ... .......Port Orange...".. 888p314p .,.,, .,,,.. ......
an oven and SPRING TERM. ?.... ...... llltesiteioaoa!4Sp : "'.......New Smpna..n.. ** 847piCSp ...... ...,.,
bake until doue.. Pot them-on a dish down on two or more pillows, according Oscnola County,1st Monday in March. a.... ....... aw?." ..........OakUill..o..... u ?<3187p> ,. ,,,. ,. ,.
r 0tf&iib. with pieces cf fried bread and to the size of the garment and beat ,Orange M Beat of References Furnished. .. ., 808pL2 26Sp.822p ..... ........,Titusville........ 2 :....: .... y....
Lake Uh" '* 10-21-97 ...... ...... .City Point" ::,.., ., ,.
..... 'well with a switch. Shake pillows occasionally Volnsia 2d u Aydi. .... ...... $p 381p .... *. ** *.CXXXft* ***.*.**k* I28p115p 21flp .l
and continue beating until Brevard 4th" ...... ...... 12 tip ..... ...Eockledge Junction.... ....... 21Sp184p ...... ...... ..,
8v' tt Milk Dade 1st Monday after 4th Monday ...... ...... 84 p42&p ...... ..... ockledge Hotels.... M ,,,.., ,.,... ...... ..,...
Prtpue For Cofft all of the sawdust has been removed. in .... 119 ......... .,. .n.. i.r .. .., ...,.. ...
April.
Hot milk that is used for cofleeIUa14 White furs, are cleaned in a similar FALL TERM. ..w.. ....: 122p218j 488p521p ..:.. ........Melbourne......... M 12 2p ..... .... .u......
fed 6anisJi and ...... .........Sebastianw USSa1045a ,.. ,,..
be boiling(not boiled)and should manner with white cornmeal. Osceola County,1st Monday in October. ...... ... 81Sp4P ... .. ..........St.Lucie.......... ** .... .:. ,,..
.served in much more generous Orange M M .. ...... ...... > 019p .. ......Fort Pierce...... ** 1083 1205p ...... ...... ...
*
qUID.dea ..w.. ...... .. .. .......:.... !den............ Mlla1006a ... ...... ...
than if it were cream. It is want How to Hake Lenten Sandwiches. Lake 4th ...... ...... .. 652p .. ..........Jensen. .... ..... .. ,..... .
ct care in these two essentials that often Yolusia .. 2d M Nov. c Jncy,. ...... ...... .:. 7C3p785p ..:: ........ ...Stuart.'l 968a92la ...... ...... ...... .. ...
Chop finely 8 small pickles a pickled Brevard 4th ...... .... ...... ...... .......Mote Sound......, ...... ...... ...... NO a,
spoils a cup of toffee: The beverage is beet, a tablespoonful finely chopped 1. I..!...... ...... 7........West Jupiter...... .
better made in an earthenware pot un- 1st Monday after the 4th Monday ...... 825p885p .,.. r..West Palm Beach...., 9lea.-
capers and 3 hard boiled eggs. in November.U. .- ....... ....Jtoyal Poinciana....,
lets-and every housekeeper knows the Mix all the ingredients together with PineappleSlips ,.. ........ 84Qp ..... ?Palm Beach Inn..... u S ... ...... .. :. .
ajfclfeaBoe. of that word in thisconneoUen halt a pint of Cut 12 S. LAND OFFICE ..... .. 845p850p : LT.':...J'alm Beach Inn Ar. 81oa810a .. .... .... 6 UpOlOp
mayonnaise. :..:. .... Royal Poinciana.. ..
-the .metal pot ii ICnIpuloual1GI.D. thin slices of bread spread a thin layer J. M. DARCO. ........................Register 482D 9 ....West Palm Beach.JfortLauderdale. .: 800a72fia .... :..:: ....: SOOp528p
...... .,.... 9 ...... ..... .. ..... ,
The ordinary wiping out, with of the N. D. nd SuckersFor g .Linton. .....:......:... ..
above preparation over each dip WAINWRIGHT..Becetve ........,,. "P880pUOOp....,. .....: ..... wJjemoa 046a6'tea ....,. ..... 444p
possibly greasy dishcloth, which many, some young lettuce leaves into mayonnaise Offices at Gainesville Florida. 10 .. ....... City....... wr. .. ... .. ...... 4 ONp
coefcs consider a. sufficient process for ,- layover slices of bread and Sale,of the Following Varieties viz- 441t. ... .......Mifttnt..........LT. 600a 82Sa ...... ..,... 400?
GOVT SIGNAL SERVICE DEP'7.J. Abbaka Porto Rico
,
the daily cleansing of ,the. coffeepot cover with the other 6. Cut the sandwiches .w.CRONK...................... .. Smooth JTo.60 Palm Batch Limited southbound IT. St. Augustine 2:00 p.m.. Ormond 421p.: m.,
.Observer Cayenne ,
seoa makes) itself felt upon the flavor a f evenly all around, then cut into I:19 ::53 p. m..Bockiedge Hotela 8:2:1: p.m.. Royal PoincianA 0:65 p. m.. Palm Beach
Observatory Jupiter Inlet.GOF'T P.O.
the dfisk. dear, strong, fresh hot small triangles and serve. Egyptian Queen, _0.08 Palm Beach LImited.northbound,IT.Palm Beach Inn 2:80 p.m.. Bo1a11'otnclua

'coffee made from the pure berry in a LIGHT BOUSE Ripley Queen, Golden Queen, p.m.,Roookledge 10 Hotels 6b8 p.m..Daytona ,8III p.m..Ormond 89 p.m.; entreat St.t3'lww .

pot&$ b above reproach, dUa&.ed.' the How to Hake Camphor Tablets. SERVICE. White Antigoe. Po m.
table with is coffee Liirht House at Jupiter Inlet. i HBW SJCTBSA.ASD OaAJraa Cur JUNG'S. Trains do not at stations where
cream perfect and Now that the time for colds in the .. Pernambuco, stop
JAMES A. ARMOUR ..... .. ..Keeper time is not shown.
it is probably served.about one in 100 head is at hand, we should be careful to J.A. WELLS.....................1st Assistant Enville e ,So78." STATIONS. No. 4. Trains S2,s5,39 and 78 Dally. '
t+ eakt.* table J. A. PJNE... .-...:............ 2d Assistant g 8 60pLv..New Smyrna..Ar 700p Traina23.25., 86, S, 7V98 and 99
carry a lump of camphor about withus Early dellvenean be made part of the 'B6P ......L ...... .NOi I 5 SOp Daily ucept8unday.
since this preparation though it fruit trom this Plantation having been picked & 445p .....Orange City..... I 508p Train. 87 daily except Honda,.
,K.w to Yaks Be.f JtneaiK With' Cx.a. not DISTRICT SCHOOLS. last month. Apply to &iOPIAI'.OraDpW7., ....'" imp Trains 38,a7 and 88 are composed.
may altogether cure a cold will do
clusively of Pullman Cars.
Oat spa pound of lean steak and much to relieve its most distressing -..'_ C.C. MATTHAMS, Buff ett Parlor Can on Trains 2985,f'
posed each portion with the flat of a JUJTralnB between Kr 8myrtA and Orange City and 78. .
symptoms To be quite sore of its purity LEMON CITY.
Florida Pineapple Company Kantian dally except Sonday. Trains 98 and 99 are composed excla- tll
Uv) .spoon upon a dish so that the the camphor should be made at home. R.E.MCDONALD........................_...principal lively of Parlor Cars. :j ja
., may be exacted. Then mix MISS M. A. MeDOS A LU.................Assistant 5-21-97 West Palm
Beach Fl .
a Melt 3 ounces of spermaceti 1) ounces K.L. WHITE........... .........Supervisor ,
-- ttbksfosnfcl of the meat fluid with.a of pure camphor and 2 tablespoonfulsof POTSDAM.L KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

,
teaspoonful of fresh and .
flavor
cream a sweet almond oil in an earthen jar F. RIDKER,...........................Inl tru tor.
lag of salt cr sugar according to the placed by the side of the fire or in a R.U. FRAZIER......................Supervisor ilia steamship Qty of KeY West of the Florida East Coast Steamship Company leaves
taste of the patient. Give a teaspoonfulof cool When Bargains in Land I for Key West on Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays after arrival of train from Jack-
this mixture oven. dissolved and still XEPTUXE. 1ImTWI.making connection at Key West with steamers for Havana. Leave Key Weft ii:U>
every hour or so. It :is warm pour the mixture into small MISS IRENE RICKARDS.. ... ...Instructo Po So (standard time)Tuesdays, Thursdays and Baturdavs,arriving :Miami next morning
affetmely nourishing for invalids, but molds and turn out when set. pansor .............-.................-...-....._..._... Supervise:r At Muck from and i-3 fruit to 1-2 lands of prices for sale on In adjoining 5-acrc (and linds up 1 ....to connect mh aorta bound train.,

most to made freshly every day. JITPITKR- ---- wards.) lots. at tea ner acre- dnrincr- the next 60 ,

MRS. W. A. H. IIOBBS.,_..........._.Instructor days. These i lands are on Lake Worth south oiLantana.
Bow tai Cw Dtpfetferla I How to Cooks Cutlet For an Invalid. J, A.AB5IOUK: .... .. .............Supervisor and knowu as the Hypoluxo GardenI,8odthe NASSAU N. P.
best lands in
Have a nice cutlet cut thinly froma the County This is a ,
Take equal quantities of I JUXO. special offer for vegetable and pineapple grow t ;'
powdered loin of mutton remove all the fat AXXIE E. G.METCALFInstructor ers. IIIortee to Namu, H. P. (Bahama Islands), inaugurated January 17,1898 by; the Fiorhlklf

borax and kmrned-alom. powdered fine. I from it and put into a stewpan with A. E. HEYSER!: ......??,..... .. ..Supervisor Easy Termn-6 per renton deferred pay st Coast Steamship Company&8.Miami,especially boilt for passenger tramc betweca
Put meats For further particulars ot 1IIImJ.1'1a.,and Nassau
the mixture in a i enquire
goose quill or a a teacupfuls of water a very small MAXGOXIA.

a roll of writing paper and blow it down cut up stick of celery (provided the invalid MISS: ROS A FJUREf....._.............Instructor SAM BROWN, JR., (Owner), niAAll TO NASSAU. NASSAU TO niAMI. .
the throat of the patient Spread flan UEORGKS.!: : ROTS LET.: ,. ........ .
a does Supervisor I
not object to the flavor) and Cocoanut Grove Fla. ..."eai .J'ebruary rlfth to March 25th.: Semi-W ., March10th to March 26th
S Del doth well with goose grease, sprin pepper and salt to taste. Let the cutlet WEST PALM BEACH.L. ATV 1 I1,March"2Dth to April 12th. y,: April 12th.Vtass 1;

kle with powdered gum of camphor simmer for F HIXDRY........._.__?....?.. ... Principal or W. I. METCALF. West Palm Beach.
and, pat around the throat. very gently nearly two I.ULU.INGETIN&.._................... Assisstant 'M.
Turkey hours and be careful to remove all fat D.U.tXGERSOLL. ........ .....Supervisor B. LYMAN.- Lantana Fla. > Tim Tables show the times at which trains and boats maybe expected to arrive and ,
deck or chicken oil will answer al that may rise to the surface the meat 1)02397Jew mart from the several stations and ports,but their arrival or departure at the timo.a '..
thoagh goose oil is considered as COLORED sued ts not guaranteed nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any ,}
best
cooks. The water must boil gently otherwise J. E. .JOSE ........ .............M..Instructor 'Ia088 arisinK therefrom. .
?
Spirits of camphor must not be used. the meat will uof become sufficiently D. R.IXGE&SOLL., ........?...... .._?,..Supervisor eopTOf local time card call at 238 West Bay Street Jacksonville,or address

'Tbke bias beeR known to cure where all tender! to suit the sick person's LAXTAXA. Store &P.BJ&CZWTTH, J.D. RAHNEB,
...__ t'
tl- i fil4. The burned atom eats out Trame v. ..... Ass't.Gem
digestion. MRS GEO. LYMAX>...... .........instructor Passenger Agent.
the procd- lash and the borax heals A. Mf.GARXETT.... ...?.... .. Supervisor AUI'JItfnt.1'1ro.. '

TkeoBtaMa application loosens up the How to Hake Curry Sauce. ELLIOTT' KEY. New (goods tcJew b- L '

feesftbfaeei and pmenU taking cold. Take a tablespoonful of butter tablespoonful JAMES C. HARRIS..-......_.._......Instructor J
of R.H. THOMPSON........... ...........Supervisor. ,
a flour a teaspoonful of ,

I. Bev to Cany'HV curry powder a large slice of onion a BELLE FLORA.L. prices,.... .' .... .... .
4 F. KIDXER_.................. ... ..Instructor. .h- -
'I( Ceb&beUed.er baked fish is luxury large cupful of stock and some salt and R. R.. FRAZIER_....._.........?._-.._.Supervisor. "! ; .
'when warned up In a.cUl'1auoo.. Pot pepper. Cut the onion fine and fry We welcome all our old friends and Fir st-01 ass-- -: ';',.- .
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BISCAYNE. patrons and cordially invite .
brown in strang .
the
|Mt HM cluiflnj dish proper a teaspoon. butter. Add the flour andcurry Ei: ......._ ers to visit us. .X
LEE. ...................._?_.... Instructor
Jal of t++akea.ftttble.pocmfal of chopped powder. Stir for a minute, add F PAGE WILSOX_._._._...._.....,, Supervisor Watches, Clocks Jewelry and 9

.flfttea and teown thelatter., Add a tea the stock and season with salt and pep CUTLER. ....Optical Goods.

feeefs) of carry powder half a pint of per.. Simmer five minutes then strain ADDIE LEE DAMOX ............._. .Instructor
water or while soap broth, simmer three and serve. This sauce can be served WM. i'UZZARD.......__...__....._ Supervisor Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing

.mlnoten a44.pcwdcf cold, fish and ; with ,a broil or a saute of meat or >fish. MIAMI.iDAF.MERRITT. Neatly and Satisfactorily Done. :,

I .-_ ._. ._.. .Principal Only Opticians in the City. Eyes tested JOB WORK
.' '!" How to BemoTo Ink Stains From Silver. AMY itf. MANN__ ..._...-.... _.?....._Aab tan t free by latest approved methods. The new I I .
BW to dmperpose. ........ Take a small quantity of chloride of T.N. GAUTIER__...__?.....?..Supervisor store will be in charge of Prof. "'noUdner. _' 1"" "
Graduate Optician of King's Optical Col
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.. dissolve pemI1'vi lime and make a paste of it with cold COLORID. lege New lork.

weeW. ..c.-: ia a quart of 'water. This must be rubbed the MRS. X.L. JACKi\OS._... ._........Instrutcor Daily and Periodicals.
on A C.LlOHT OURXE..... ._.... Papers
SupervlsoLEESYILLE r
.. Permit the water to al r
stains till
4. "' they disappear, and then the
.Met e 4s4, then apply'it to the sofas 'silver will only need ,to be! ijs ed G. W.. IDNER & SON ..

aa4 obin by Isms of a itiff.brosb,. With chamois leather, '-f.. i SUSAN SAXDERS,,_..__.._.Instructor lit Door South Russell& Col's: Drag Store At THE SUN Office
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.uf The-weddiag of the H L Frank.W. John Merritt: and, family, of Demon t ; '

i. f opilar Wee Tailors. Hall and Mrs. Esther C. Brown yesterday City, have settled here the past week. Cohen n BroerE r r .

>> afternoon took place tinder circara-; __ __ -***- _

: ':;,WEST ,PALM, BEACH, FLORIDA. stances exceptionally novel and.beanti- Postmaster French and Mr..Tenbrock, :

', uL At'2 clock the party sailed away ofLinton, were here sightseeing one : .Y

GUY I. METCALF Suits 'to order $16 aid $20. from the wharf is front of Mr. Ha>1's day t_week. A Popular Dry C G ods.Ho. : :

-, cluster of elaborate tents that nestle under -
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: o* EDITOR AND MANAGER. to ord r arid Joseph Freedlnnd, of Manatee, Mich.,
Trousers ,$4 $5 the great outspreading forest' trees Jacksonville Horite.Tiie .
arrived here Wednesday last to help his UL ,
at his camp, two miles north of. Palm

'YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION $2 Beach.. brothers harvest their mammoth crop. l l Dr 6oii I" Ion

Samples and Measuring Blanks, The day.was one of those superbcreations Leading$ j
Prof::W. A. H.,Hobbs, of Linton, was .
sent mail .
by :when nature pours out "the elixirof
,- here last Saturday, doing some estimating -
life over land and sea/' an ideal wedding in .the State.
F 1 on buildinp'contempIated..
day. .
'
1 The party on board consisted of'the and Allen The.lfe.lltltiles :
Messrs. W. B. Sherman took
17 East Street .
Bay bride and groom,'the venerable motherof The Lar r -
Task of Linton, were, here sightseeing

> the groom Mrs. L. C. Hall,'Mr. JohnS and looking into the pineapple business attheLolwHt ", "

.. '. 10-21-07 JACKSONVILLE ..FLA.FACTS. Calkins, of Los Angeles Cat the Monday.. To aU whom request we w1Q send samples refofc.i.tfS ,. <-_

; ALONG ,OUB OHUBOHE8 Rev. and Mrs. J.Mnlford, Mr.L. C. WE PREPAY Express Cbargal Ol all
.
II' Holmes (who transformed the boat into Prof. Berk gave an entertainment at *. orders to the amonnt of fc-oo, or over,.

Tune and Place of Services, Special i its new form). Miss lola Weaver, and Linton,assisted by Joe.Freedlund.. Mes when money accompaniea. the order. '

.i. !J Notices; Week-Day and Sun PUff AItD John Wilder, skipper. srs..Chase, Freedlnnd Bros, and Nelson The Best Equipped Mail Order efI nt. .

;,tf day Meetings. With As they shot by the Riviera Hotel} toward Larsen attended from here. -
Witty Sayings inteMposed and Try It, Your Money Back U Good Are!'ma Wehr. ; __
for Samples
Write
Pitts Island, Mr. Mnlford alludedin _
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County Supt. Taylor: Merritt was here Respectfully--
Bplaiopat Services fitting terms to the shapely little craft,

f .,,< All kinds of tires repaired or replacedat and the auspicious occasion and then Tuesday looking after school and found :

..ErucoKLLCnctca. -Bethesda-by-the-Ses. the Bicycle Hospital-Chase Buildiag. christened her the "Esther Co,'*. in honorof it in a very satisfactory condition undertheefficient COHEN BROTHERS'POPULAR. ;
of Miss Gee.
KBV.J.N.UvLrotn,Rector: did offered guidance
First Tomcat-How you feel when the the bride. He then a dedicatory ;

.Rrtr.iTVrrs-JAKES Huroav,Aas't Minlter.tierviee brick struck yon?' Lord wh
to
every Sunday morning at it o'clock. Second Tomcat-My put eight lire row prayer referring our Jesus Mr. Chambers of Linton, accompanied DRY GOODS HOIJII : :;
in the days of his pilgrimage, :
,A Uanch will ran renlarly la connection,leav- up before me la a second!-London Graphic. by Messrs. Comstock, Richardson ,
tag West ratIO Beach city dock at Fare blest with his presence the fishing boat : :
\--t: 1030. Morf.Ja : :
and Hafney, of "Dixie, stopped off Jacksonville ;-:
Watch and firs! .
; IM jewelry repair ng by "
,>er roumi trip .10 cents, : of Simon Peter and Andrew his brother. 10-28-97 '"
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:"Bandar: School at m. class workmen, and guaranteed, at here enroute to ,Linton in search of -
3 p. He spoke of this boat as set apart for '
& Son's.The partners. 't
Idner ________ .. ;
the purpose of health, restfulness and :- fliL---:

JI:1OTIIXJtilOUU OF ST. AKDIEW.-Meets oa Maid-How haze you gained such a recreation. Immediately after this Mr. Prof. J. F.. Berk retained Saturday p, :. ( ,
( the. Second and Fourth Wednesday of each reputation for being deter? LAKE WOBTH.. I's11es1S IslsntTleM Cfn (
from West Palm Beach and is seeing to .t
Mulford the
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performed marriage cere .
i month. L.F.Hilton.Director., The Widow-By mating other people think .. : 0

W.F.Attirraoso,Jt. Secretary, they are so.-Brooklyn life. mony of the Episcopal Church in the his interests here, preparatory to a short The following lines were written by E. B.Galnsha The Pelican Island Ysdrt a. & :

cabin, with doors and windows wideopeD tour of Florida, giving steriopticon entertainments. Vt while spending a few :,
Everything going at reduced: pricesat ,of Jericho their third Invitation' bee eaafternoon. ..

1 ;'_ I": .H,.E.,Church, South. SIRKIN'S BAZAAR. in sight of the sea and the white weeks on Lake Worth in 1897. '. 5

N., : Bacon Is the at boarding surf leaping high over the beach. The Far, dowa 00 Florida's coast wherejtbe ocean The weather waspeJ&ct tad a IOG4. .
'Services will be held in the Knights of Pyth- water you get your Messrs. George Boynton and Ed. Patterson

Ua hall on the First Third and Fourth Sundays house pure? ceremony rendered from memory im. made a farewell trip for this sea bWowlbreak. whole sail breese. from. the Ufa. ,?
neck of land lies a bright
f Egbert-No there scents to be a,lot of milk pressively and without the use of Prayer Just over a narrow
each tnnidb at II a. m.ant 7JO p. m. Everyone ; fine racing coadiUens., -
son here Monday. They will be back .. and beautiful lake. ,
cordially Invited to attend. "I was glad fat Ifc Yonkers Statesman Book, was in full keeping with the freeness -,
i next year, and ,say the "Major" will Lake Worth it is'called by the whites., Hypo Much interest U sHovs ia the opel :,'
when they raid note me let us go Into the house
h vf the( lord.'' Bat J.B,WALKER,Pastor, Special Stock of Hats and Trimming of the scene, the soft breeze ..nndbiue not have the onl. nice tomatoes either luxo is the Indian name., races of this club, u they bring t3f-- .
t for Easter at the Boston Store. sky and sparkling lake, and the So called by a dusky maiden many yean ere '
. next spring _ er feat boats of. the1 take, betide tkl&
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r ''. Stay Bill Yale-That man Williams never lost his music of the waves around the bow the white man came. that fly the p: L Y.C cotois..' ..
Venlng 40
Ho.
bodge ,
: ht'aliln a football game yet did he? never seemed more in harmony with the C. E. Chase is shipping his magnificent The oleander and hybiacus as ia the, days of The were fifie old Hjj
prim
F
il: Knights ol Pythias, Jim COfDeUo, I think He's loot ,
not. an ,
spirit of nature the joyful dignity f yore '
or o crop now sending 40 to 50 crates wisher'time ofcadt
Meets every Friday Nighutyxxjp.m.standardlime. : ear,part of his nose and eight teeth but I do With palms and wild cactus bedeck its either Steins, oae to Use -;i
a true marriage.The This with other mat ;
.' Visiting'biUhers cordially tartied. not remember ever hearing of him losing his daily. shipments, shore, as, follows:

Castle! lull over fnbllc School Building, head -Yonkers Statesman. "Esther C.," an ideal of snug: a hundred crates going to market daily, Here the orange, lime .and guava the banyan J'aS't cus,., ,_-

J. A, PUGHC.C. Finest, Fattest lot of Tennessee Hens comfort, was just finished and put in and the main ,crop is not touched yet; spreading wide. Start Fiaisiu 'Tla' i

6 ,.IN WtnuBYEa,K ol R. & S. 1-4-9 ever received, at Clematis Avenue Supply commission yesterday morning* The they will go in solid cars then. The pineapple and banana are growing aide Siren 31337 41794 1034' ; -""

Store."I Characteristics of the craft will be found by side. Judith 31400. 43903 12303:::

A Convenient -- described, in another column. But we A slip 25x30 was dug on east side of From Georgia to the Keys, from Gulf to Spanish Canvasback 3 18 48 4 17 31 Y c4 Olt--:
Boat. cried all day yesterday"
ISM 11,08.loi tit ;
canal Anna Avenue last week for wall Martha ,
"What for?" cannot forbear alluding to her many accom .
Oe'r all this land of fruit and flowers, 'tis the ---
One of the most complete, convenien "It was our wedding' anniversary, and Hen ingenious appointments: The sliding dation of scows and small boats. It will loveliest spot of all; ;' SECO2TD CLASS, cAM ':

and 'thoroughly equipped craft, for,asmall ry said: "It seema to me that something beds, the long foiling table, the com- be a great improvement when fully The silent painted Seminole, still hunts and 30000 42S20 lid>>- ;-

one, that ever floated on, Lak awful occurred ten years ago today. butcan't I pacted cupboard, nook for stove ant docked around. The avenue is nearly, I lingers near Nance 30000 41319 115 Xf" .r
remember what it WU.-Detrolt .
1 Worth, is the catboat that was,launched Press. Free niche for water cooler, room-saving lockers grubbed and thirty acres are being And roams, fish the and trackless deer. Everglades for wildcat --5- *

over at the Kirkwood place on Tuesday For Airy Rooms, Clean Beds and I and ample cockpit, all develops cleared for crops next season. This, TBEU. cr.us.NaDeJ' .
a
r; The boat was built in 1893 by the Mer- Good Table, be sure to stop at the New under the supervision of"the owner with regular work makes it look like Silent, slumbering take, far from the haunts of 9.5424 ,_ 41807 12343 ,
men, 2x4 9 5-88 418 58 13415 "
t rill-Stevens Company at Jacksonville Seminole Hotel Geo. Zapf, Manager Mr..Hall has for several winters re- the Spanish army as the major says, Thy silvery waters have rippled on since the Corrected Time : Xaficy' 1:i,4t--:

and was brought. to,the Lake by A. M. Open all the year. resorted to the Lake with a little party had taten charge and were fortifying works of time began, 2x4 1538* ,. .

Wilder who sold it to, Capt Frank WBall "Who's the tall nun over there that they're of friends. He comes fully equipped fora Major Boynton will have a little paradise At length a restless brother some dozen,yeas ,

early in the season, all making so much toss over?" season of restfulness, and thoroughly for his own and friends enjoyment. or more, %.-. In getting away,,at. the start, ia t-i _
1 'That, Why that's the man who.fau" Tired of the.busy haunts of life strayed. to second class Narene' foaled Arid lid -
go- ; ,
wonderful winter When the work is it will be '
_.Not finding the boat quite to his liking enjoys our climate, completed bhore. "*"* '
ing to the Klondike in the sprlng.DetroitNewL thy peaceful time ,, .r
:,' Capt. Hall had it hauled out and Mr Hall is one of the prominent citizensof second none in the East Coast. although Narene mads .best ,
x With rod and gun the sportsman push hard the .
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securing the services of L. C. Homes, a Just received the very latest noveltiesfor northern Georgia, and is largeyfiden "' :" .... Indian's heel, 1f, ,9 ,-. was gives to Ariel, <
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Long Island boatwright,with J. H. Dick the summer'at SIRKIN'S BAZAAR. tified with the gold mining interests o f As closely follows Flagler,on his trail of wood" .r"'CIDYUback was in lit cl&ss, lid 2z|

as assistant, he proceeded! to ,have i t that part of the! State in the vicinity o f Pineapple Plant. and steel. in 3d class.by,time allowance '

overhauled and..remodelled. to suit his Bill-I'm the greatest hand for dreaming Dahlonega, a successful industry established --.a'- Her scenes have changed, so quickly, we are ....:. .......... .
fish stories.Jtm Florida .
# A paper stales that a new luxery fondly looking back,
i wishes -That's what make prior'to the discovery of gold i in H*$AYi -
I probably you lie has made its appearance on the ta From the "Royal Poindana'1 to the hunter's
I By adding an overhanging stern its awake so utnch.-Yonkera Statesman. California. The substantial service rendered humble ehack.!
.. bles of hotels the past. winter in the That there is plenty of big game tr?b. :

lca, Ui was increased four feet, making Bicycles sold as cheap or cheaper than by Mr. Hall in the legislative form of pineapple svrup, which adds Adams, Swift and Cragin, CoL Clark and a the Klondike including bear, moce. '

it now twenty-nine and a half feet lon g at1ction'at the Bicycle Hospital body of Georgia and in various.other: poetry and glory to buckwheat cakes dozen more, poker, kenofand, faro '

aid the combing around: the ,'ockpit'as responsible positions, has gained him the Have reared their winter mansions.twixt the 1 j
Mrs: Tupenny gave up a great deal when and that enough can be produced for lake and ocean's shore. j I That when a preacher steps OIl a..*..
carried astern of the rudder post, making I married esteem and confidence of the communitywhere
you.TupeaayThat everybody, since an acre of fruit will One, Kirkwood, of Chicago with loyal hearted na skin and seta down, there lay IU '-
his
more room inside for".ts and lock may be but you have never commanding presence and '

i era. The forecastle is entered through a given up anything since.-Town Topic &p'endid physique simply passes as the yield 1,200 wholesome gallons.than There, is no fruit Consigned grace one-half of his lot to friends for a ally, a profane' l=ce. :,
more the pineapple. .
i' sninature hatchway and is floored ar d Send for Butterick Pattern Sheets to outward token of the intrinsic character winter camping place. _- .f..r. ? .::
i Eaten fresh the juice is a specific for .
I Otherwise arranged as a sleeping com Mrs. M. G. Macdonald, Agent, Jacksonville within. Far back among the palms more cozy than Customers can, always rely 011 limed .
throat troubles and those in Florida the best
grown goods and the most courts : "
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partment for the crew (of one). Fla.Average We tender our hearty congratulationsto are of the finest quality. From 6,000 them all,. treatment at G. G. Stroba'a, .

The most complete arrangements. Wife-My dear, aren't you goingto Mr. and Mrs. Hall and trust that the Are the half a dozen tents that constitute .
to are on an acre and Hall"
10,000 grown none "Camp
s however, are. for the passengers The church with me this Sunday? auspicious conspiring conditions of their Mistress the House-My good mas, d& -
better than those in Captain Hall is a Georgia miner, from old Vermont
are produced the '
i Average. "Husband-Good lands!, Why, I yon ever take a bath
cabin is high and roomy, has six large wedding day may be prophetic of along transferred,
went to church with last highland region of Polk At the .
you Sunday -Xew county. Tramp-, mam, I sever hook asyta&gblgger'n
slide plate glass windows, Is divided bya York and happy career. In filling up his tents his'nativc stock pre.
Weekly. .
Chicago fair in 1893, Dr. \V. F. Inman, a silver teapoL-Lol14oa TILBUS.Special
curtain running full length of it over -_ ._ c ttf ferred.
Boat building done in of Winter Haven, exhibited pines of his if
at
right home
in
the centreboard and along each side has Day by day the gentle Captain followed by his Bargains Silks fnsq.S
the most approved) manner, good work- Off for the Klondike. own growing that weighed from 12 to 15 faithful cents a yard up and Organdies hum w
a row of lockers, with a closet in the forward manship and at living prices. Call ,>. crew. cents
on a the Store
yard at Boston
1 pounds each. Specimens from the same Roam the land and sail the sea ia search of up,
end on one side awl the Capt. A. T. Rose. '
galley on F. O. Williams, of Titusville, having
; received last curios new,
region
,
season, surpassed
German, Professor fIR hfrE feetar+a OQ QUr)
the other. The
water breaker is on deck "Will the Atlanta society woman who ia ,arrived and taken charge as agent for in quality any of the West India fruit 'Neath a summer sun in winter we sail o'er And then,gentlemen, do sot"few*'. U we

between the mast and the cabin and the Reeking to secure a statute against kissing the F. E. C. Ry. here, C. H. Bradley, Not only is the fruit superb, but the waters bright, had no water we could never kara to art>m.

I water is led by a pipe to a cooler on the please send her photograph and her age to our former agent left with his wife New York Sun the leaf furnishes The stars and, '.moon above us, silently drift AndhowBuuurneo&lavoaldbe 'dtOWI.'et.
the newspapers-Philadelphia says a at I11ght.
front end of the centreboard trunk inside Inquirer. Vienna FreD1d-ll1tlaU..
: Monday morning. They will go to MeClennny fiber that will,eventually take a promi ,
while(( along each side of the The finest and freshest in Sounds distant music sooth every earthly care.
groceries
centre where Mrs. Bradley will remain nent place the constituents of Bicycles for rent bv, the hour, day cf
: We dream
among of the
land
board trunk is a folding table that can Strobm's.town always' to be found at G. G. this summer while Mr. Bradleywill textile fabric, according to statements we're resting there heavenly, and fancy week at the Bicycle.;Hospital. ,

be raised and lowered as desired. go on to the Klondike, being joined In the jolly rounds of pleasure a few "When t
f made in the report of the United States .. things my wife gala I cold I eau cure U -
> The lockers have what might be called Congressman you want to serve jour enrouteby J. F. and A. S. Lamond and, department of agriculture. The we'd forgot, a day. '"Whatdoyougiwior''"Jfotiiar l
folding rather extension country, do yon? report That the "chiggers" bite like fury and the I simply that U she I wEitakehertothqtheatre.Chi
or tops which, at Seattle joining the Fowler boys, John say is well by siglij ,
Applicant-Well,I ain't particular whether shows that both! the wild and cultivated meridian sun Is hot. ,
covered by plush cushions, are used as .I serve my country much or not, butt McLean and P. B. Ratcliffe who are already plants of this description yield fiber "O,oReccrlA

seats during the day, but which are ex- should like to get an office at a good salary. there and have a small steamer which when in of Rattlers often join our party, and scorpions fine line of -fast color calicos at 6
spun, surpass point roam at leisure,
tended out full width and form a double Somerville Journal. cents ft yard at SIRKIN'S BAZAAR.
built in
which
nearly they to
expect continue strength fineness and lustre those ob- But gnats and fleas and things like these cannot -

1 .sleeping: birth on each side of the cabin, Bicycle Hospital for the reception and their trip tained from flax., Summarizing its value destroy our pleasure Mayor of High Hone-Did, the jury la.taa

J at Bight thus comfortably accommodat cure of injured bicycles. .\. S. Lamond and wife left Tuesday. mention is made of its usefulness asa :i A gun is used for hunting lizards, roaches bone stealing ease find a-averdict

fag four besides the and flies; Epidemic Joe Dunno.. They alathangin tkroagk
passengers crew. He-To hear you women talk one would be morning. Mrs. Lamond will proceed to substitute for silk and as a material for I This fact is hard to swallow but 'the pria'eer- YOI'kJotjIIL
I I saw it jet-New .
The cabin is closed in the rear by folding led to believe that an ingenious woman could Mackinaw City, Mich., where she will mixing with wool or cotton-useful, too, with both eyes. -. -

doors that can be taken entirely out, make a whole suit of clothes from a hairpin. spend the summer with relatives and The Clematis Avenue Supply 8&re
for cordage sewing silk twist laces
making It an pleasure boat if She-Not nowadays. It might have been or Frogs, coots and alligators make music half has been under its present owneris?
,j open so friends. Andy will Join Mr. Bradley
done before the fall -Cincinnati Enquirer. etc. In China it is useful for fabrics for the night. one year tomorrow and ,its increas-4

., desired. The: lockers,extending as they and J. F. Lamond who leaves Saturday clothing for agriculturists; it is in request The truth about mosquitoes I know'.beet dare trade attests its popularity with our city
do, along each side of not the The reputation of the Grocery and not write. '
only cabin, with his wife, will catch up with! in India as a material for !%ease
but also of the cockpit.and the Bakery Goods at the Clematis Avenue strength- Oh! lovely, charming Lake, we leave.thy heav-
even in
them, while his wife will to visit .
.
Supply Store-is second to none, as its go ening necklaces, and is the substance of: euly rest, Reporter-You say you lynched that lurelast

*' rear end of the latter, furnishing store big trade in these lines proves.: friends in Canada this summer: the well known pina cloth of the Philli- Forgetting all the ills and treasuring all the night oa I'tDerallupkloa'

room for all necessary bedding, clothing i' We are sorry to lose so many of our pine Islands. It is remarkably durable, UCSl* Georgia Cltben-E acJ,.sub; bit c, &4rt*
** Mn.lpender-Wbat: will do when **
and provisions, where it will be out oft you you citizens wax all down with chlekea-pox u' Mcouldn't
have no little wine to look after your clothes? good just now especially. FLamond unaffected by immersion in water, is A million men in Italy are working at 'give no i&tJlfaeto..lp&IiUoa
: C.w.y yet will be convenient to get at Her Husband Have has been identified with the
to
money buy new white, soft silky, flexible and long in how
20 cents a day, but the climate is they caught It 100. ,
when
I needed. 1-ones.-Facts.WAHTSD. city almost from its'start and served one staple. Samples cleaned, without washing temperate and little fuel is very -
me bOat i* needed except The rush is and the Fotaa--
provided with about .early over
a TO PURCHASE FLORIDA full, and part of another term as mayor; when twisted to, the size of binding for culinary ana bc-B
purposes. Photographer is ready for the
Clothing
thousand pounds of brick ballast has
a P.RorU&TY.--Penonsowmng farms or while his brother A. S.. Lamond andC. have shown
twine a breakage strain of does not need to be trade. Finest work. Reasonable prI .
; nee,sail, new wire cable stays" and new winlei hymes, send full description andprice H. Bradley have both served one or Mich. generous or costly. Life size enlargement with a. .
pounds.-Jackson ( Pariot. every
150 ) Vegetables and fruits
to J. V. Bond Box 181 are at their finest
Dayton,
., rigging throughout and is painted white, Ohio. more terms as members of Out, city and Studio closes May Jst.RusutJrp
-- very cheap. With these and loaf
with yellow trimmings outside and white a

inside, with the exception of the tables "No, George, said the mature but still lovely council.All of these gentlemen were interested Mr. and Mrs. Ernest R. Ackerman, of: of rye bread, a five cent bottle of wine Vengeance-the nervous"OadetuttndK look,"that Ulef&tMtollMt bald the isaftwlth

and of the maiden to her youthful adorer,"I can never New York City, who have been very slightly alcoholic and thoroughly
part trimmings which beingof in either real estate or mercantile inter. spendingsome boy who lost his voice through as secUest os
be
anything more than a mother to
you. weeks at the nntritous and healthful, the Italian your road to "
mahogany, were simply varnished J. Your father spoke first."-Sunbeam*. ests here and were considered as among happy Royal Poinciana going to bring loU.
Carney, of West Palm Beach, being the left for the north last Thursday.Mr. gets a great deal of nourishment and "I have beard something of the kind""**
our most citizens but it seems the
who brush. Biciycles promptly repaired at the Bicycle prosperous Ackerman is of the comfort with a little money.--Italy Correspondent corporation counsel.
man the president Law
swung Hospital-Chase Building. the fever has struck them and to the 'Git me on the jury; I Ure la the SUM fiat

The hoat is also so arranged that, Klondike they must go. This being the rence Cement Co, of New York. In with him. Have fer tour yeare."-.*. _

though steered hy a tiller and propelled Laura wonder why it Is that so few of while their speaking of Palm Beach he said that he Miss H. B. Francis, the popular reporter

by sails at present, it can easily be them pictures in the nude show any chare teefa case, regretting leaving, we : had traveled around the world had been of the Florida Times-Union and T9 rtULftT R'ynu;
their faces? can but wish them success to the fullest
changed to wheel. steering goer aud nap- to most of the tropical Citizen, combined business bad Else.Minorcas .
Aunt countries South with FOR old
till power, and this change may he Maria.Ann-They alo'got no charae'ter. extent in their ,venture and trust to pleasure I year
.. -Cindnnat America West Indies Honolulu last and in full layfotr. Hens, 75 cb:
nude another.season. Wheu loaded it iEnquirer. hear before the summer has ended that Trinidad Wednesday took a trip to cocks, $i. head ioItJ1

draws only about eighteen indies,'so i it Sailor Hats and all kinds of Ribbonsat such has been their luck. etc., but that he had never beforeseen Miami, from where she sailed for Nassau Pekin.. Docks 20 75 eta;of drakes Ducks, ",t.

will go anywhere on Lake Bay or River the Boston Store.BobbBrDo'von ._ so beautiful a place as Palm Beach. and returned here the latter part of NEWTON BANNER
'along the East Coast, and is just the the week.In .
This has bees his F'A
first
visit 3-3i--t
1 but hedoesn't Hobe Soood
Pine
thingior pleasure and Apple Covering.-vhf you contera-
cruising purposes notice any difference in yourwlfe'now -
aDd \his is just what Hall intend it to be the last as he Chicago the.board of health is
,"' as Captain from the' days of your courtship? plate covering your pines write us for constantly Teddy ThoughUeM-Uo yon-aw-tM
\ desires,it for he is to be congratulated DobUs'-Yes. In those days ahe would be prices on lumber, lath aud wire. Can and Mrs. Ackerman are both anxious to advising the people to boll' the water for So life" Highfly would maSry me dost Jo&

on haying as perfect a boat for such pur:- content to sit on my knee; now sb .siu on me furnish promptly and cheap.-G. F. spend next season here and they may minutes. This renders it so pliable that know ,
h pam:as, for its size, can be found in altogether whenever Paddjsbn Eau chunks.may readily SV broken off and allowed Charley Colddeal heard fc*
abq gets, an: opportunity., & Co.. ,, Game, Fla. be sure of a hearty welcome i if they to think so. I
.t. & ....,. .c\SL.\e.; 1r1 -Vp-to-Date, 210 eo,w St. coins, Herald melt 110.,1110, the months grin} lido\ .) say she was looking. for a'aoR' "thIIl.-Sttr.
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