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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: April 7, 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: UF00075915:00246
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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-i. I or i '..IAVA.. wafrIdner Br.. Fred. Swift a son' of ex mayor vegetation is already showing. the*, ben-
I e f aygife Ktrrif, of Riviera, spent again make their borne here as they .J..h '. Swift, arrived from, the north Monday efits of it., %
Miss A. S. received another
stfWil days in town the put week; the ay |hete.Is UQ pjace ;like West Palm & Son have closed their East Spillman
out visit. to his parents over at, their
.ofMff.AB.Otwtll lSoad1.t...... large consignment of roses and ether ornamentals It is rumored that our Board of Tradeis ,
fM Side curio and moved an their
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hurt for her flower garden last about,to reorganize seems almosttoo
Geo. Maltby stored his remaining goods back to town. .
week She is going at it in a practical to be true.
PNl. C. .. Cory ad sally left last obliged good,
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stock of furniture and crockery and clo- Eclipse was to go to Jupjter -
is.sk ter beme. Els hoiae-boat will 'The Nassau and Key West Limited, manner;'and reasoaaby: assured of '
go sed his store for the summer.Later in thee Sunday quite a number of the ''res* 1 Tomorrow ( Friday) there will
the F. E. C. has been discon- success from the experienced'and
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wife expect to take a 'ejits opportunity, is be morning prayer at II o'clock at :
-. tinned for, the season. thorough way in,which she putting
I '. !trip)orth and on their return he willmt'np'i to pay that settlement a visit.gtras. church, Bethesda-by-the-Sea.. .
I ..... W. E. Glenn's attendance atctwtift the ground in shape'and attention.given.It .
bnilding on the Knowlton lot Plenty of mulberries in this section -

fey J.J.aoh4 ILIMck.oIMsDgcnia._ pJ*'* bathe bridge .- uMM and. -opera an1 up-to-date undertaking and ripe'now and occasionally' some are tobe A.'Lane has had his residence; Js the verdict .of all visitors that John Seybold, the baker closed his

embalming establishment, and probably found in the market. jasj; north of the Lake Worth' store, never such tomato vines'so loaded with shop Saturday last and has left for Jacksonville -

a Iso' .build cottage on the lot for a parted and put in ,order during the where, he expects to engage. .in
G 'I"" Agwt G. D. Ackerly, .ofttt The fishermen 'are reporting poor fruit 'as are seen here today.. Some

J. T., & K W. R'y Co.,WM" W Ii I*: .'f m J ..'. catches lately ,owing partly to rough brush past two artist.weeks Chas.. Redifer being.the phenomenal yields are bound. be 'pro.. business this summer., .

on t Uk. ihe latter fut of last week. water and partly, probably.to. the thence ducedn Messrs.. Chase and Cox are

i :1t\ \ -\ '._ :..,;..,....' / YPOLUAO.HAPPENINGS.. .. of the fish. .. .' j Chjf pineapples and vegetables in,thi 1' heavy shippers now: with other bit crops The last marriage. we have to report is. .. .

y t"L. L wa\Haciof YpHDti, Michr; to- :i The- steamer'' Eclipse-- 'ran paSsengersto vicinity are already showiag" the;:effecU Just Started.*''"too crates"are going forward that of Miss Elizabeth-J.SandeJ'rson"IO| ...

vbohu been tpendfof the winter .on .We had a good.rain Monday that did Juno during court days and Postmaster -' of the rain that fell the first
1 thi Like.* left Mosdty tsorninjfOT" herR crops a Yasf'deal of good.J Stowers launch was impressed into and smiles are even beginning to be per a few days., 35 or 40 extra help will formed by. Rev. J. N. Mnllford Tuesday
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w.DMaw ...., service for carrying the.maiL ceptible on the growers' faces. be needed. in the next. 10 days'to..handle _
.W,Dunn shipped 53 crates of tomatoes -
the tomato crop on .hand. steam boiler, has been,taken
large
G. O. Strohm wu one of the County I
in a single day last week. cape.. M. E. had '
I Spencer an operation .
Covet victlmi ibis week ss a juror. Hesays The anti-tobacco people may juSt'as *> out of the.Atlantic Steam Laundry and

almost" say otke si iae 4 courting Mr. Walton, 'of. Palm Beach is. here well give it 'up.. The tobacco habit is performed on him about a wee ago by LINTON LOCALS: set up just north of the railway track,.
'' "" confirmed and Florida soil and climate Drs. Potter and White and at last ac ... the electric
would silt him better. picking and packfngtodiatoes.John where it will be used to run .
produce the weed in perfection.-Cocoa- counts,.was doing finely, to the great Major Boynton was here Wednesdayon light plant. _

Geo. W. Reynolds, one of Lake Brown 'was' in Palm Beach Rockledge News. pleasure of all his friends. business.. Easter services at St Ann'a Church

Worth's oldest, winter residents, was ,a .Wednesday evening on business.. The steamer Gkdys, belonging to Prayer meeting in the school house I. H. Burton spent one day this weekat will consist of early mass at 7 A.. 'M.;
vytor. to totro Thursday and favored .
: Capt. U. D. Hendrickson of Lake Wednesday night this being' the first West Palm Beach.J. morning mass and sermon 10. A. H.;
sanctusi within Vfl
ow appreciated call Capt. H. Moore has'.shipped over
Worth was one of the fleet carrying Wednesday after the first Sunday in.the Sunday School, 3 P. M., and evening
600 crates of tomatoes and. is still ship B.,Beach and F,. Dewey were here
W. L. Widmeyer, member of the ping. passengers between this place and Juno month.! The next one will be the Saturday on business. mass and sermon 7 p. M.

Coaaty School Board from the Jupiter during court this week. Wednesday following the third Sunday
Capt! H. D. Pierces family were, J. H.. Gunnell brought some fine cele- The acetylene gas lights having proveda

dIstdct back. spent in town Tuesday yesterday ia Miami\''morning._ ,but arrived called to'Boynton' Sunday ''to see their; : The steamer Miami' is now making Mrs. V."0. Spencer and Mrs. Bellew ry to market this"week. success the Semicole Hotel, is now f

sick grandchild. only semi-weekly trips between Miami went up to Rockledge a little over a A. Tasker went to Miami this week to being piped acid fitted 'up for lighting

"Milton Pick took"a real from his labors Z"T and Nassau and after the fifteenth of week ago to visit J. J. White, a son-in- visit his brother L.. Tasker. purposes thrughout with this gas about

ia Whiddea's market this week and Merritt spent one night here last this month will only make weekly trips law of the latter and a former residentof loo burners in all being put in.

went down to Linton to pay a visit to!' week in the discharge of his i duty. as an but will probably continue running all Palm Beach who has been quite sick. Judson Sturgis, of Miami, arrived here -
( fitet.of the School Board there will be Easter
Mrs. returned last week and On Sunday morning
some of his. pretty, acqaintauces ,in that summer. Spencer reported Monday on. a visit to Grant Fen .,
vicinity. Mr. White as being considerablybetter services at the church of Bethesda-
Mr.. Caton went to Litton Saturday The sharpie "Ina," with the Bingham
The
steamer
; Mrs. Bellew remained there for ;Messrs. McComb and Stephens com- by-the-Sea at ii a. m.
Mrs;C. C. Andrew, who has'been visiting night returned Sunday and was at his party on board has been cruising down the summer. mission merchants were here this week. "Eclipse" will leave the city wharf: ,

her brother, j.. H.__Hill, left last post Monday morning ready for duty. among the Keys for the post two weeksor 1sBOYNTON. West Palm Beach for the church at 10:30

week for Port Pierce and from there more and was at Key Largo last BREEZES. George Lyman has shown his pleas. stopping at the wharf of the Royal Poin-
she to St. where the has Mr. Turnbnll, of Winter Haven rep- Thursday and will probly be here on or .. .
goes Augustine -- I.F. ant face in town several times this week. ciana at 10:45.

purchased a b me. resenting. Thomas Harper of Fhiladelpma .. -. before the; tenth.It S. Dewey.. was here o'ne day. last .s ;
was a very talkative caller last week. Milton Dick of West Palm Beach Home Guard Movement .

Howell Ki\chicg, son nr P. Kitching week is reported that the excursion. to -- was here this week on a visit to S. J. ...
Nassau from Jacksonville and interme- W. R. Moses was looking after hissway
rap oa Indian River was visiting his sister 'The:dry,weather is ripening tomatoes interests here last Lane and family. By request a meeting, to which all
Urs. N. S. Jones, here yesterday, very fast and some of oar growers can- diate points over the F. E. C. R'y and Friday. persons interested are invited, is called
but left last evening for Key West where steamer Miami from Miami advertisedto T. J; Lyons armed here Sunday to
Hall in West Palm
not get help enough to get them off be. Messrs. Cox and Bowen made a trip to to meet at Lauther's
he intends to enlUt,ia the U S. Navy take place on the seventh, has been take S.. J. Lane's place on this R.. R.
fore they are too ripe to ship. West Palm: Beach on business Tuesday.Prof. Beach on. next Saturday afternoon
indefinitely postponed. Section,as Mr. Lane leaves Thursday fora
at m.
April 9th, 2:30, p .
Edward Sodlow, minag r of the Jack J. W. Porter went to West Palm Beach .J. F. Berk will give another lecture few days vacation. The purpose of this meeting is to learn
foavflle Fertilizer The Southern Express vegetable trainis
down
Co. was in this
last Friday evening. Jim is shipping encumbers and exhibition at Linton on Friday the sentiment of the public looking towards
still over the F. E. C. R'y Prof Berk his entertainment
section last week In the interests of his running gave steteoptican -
to Philadelphia ,now and can evening,.we understand.: the forming of a Home Guard,
company and extended his trip down in- between Miami and Jacksonville and here Tuesday which was well
well afford to take a trip to town. for the protection of our homes in this
to the Bar country the latter part of the bids fair to keep running for sometime John Brown and sons were down from attended. He will give another on

week. _____ The, millions of butterflies that have to come as shipments'of vegetables I April 8th at the school house.M. vicinity.
last to
: Hypoluxo Sunday see our magnificent I While in the case of war there is littlepro'Jability
W. Comstock member of the been .emigrating south have decreased are still on the increase. Come gain John. will be
J. County crops.. K. Lyman has been busy for the that an attack ever

School Board from'this district went I wonderfully and they stem to have The Ward Line Steamer Yucatan,' past few weeks, building boats. By the made upon us, it is within the bounds

down to )Miami Monday evening'to. at.tadthe"meetfagbf changed white. their color from yellow to south bound was signalled luesday Our rid at Linton seems to have got I help of Deacon he has them made "up- of possibility as our present .defenseless

: the board. which morning and hove to opposite the pier. on his-(or her ear about something., We I to-date," as Deacon just recently arrived condition might tempt a passing Spanish

was held there: Tuesday. He paid a What will Hypo do for a daily launch After a delay of three'or four tours a k1ow'no,what and care less., They : from Washington, D. C.. war vessel to send a crew ashore to lost

.W\; to Cutler Wednesday.. and returned to Palm Beach' 'this week, as Capt. Voss message was received and the vessel left may get war news there before we do; -: ..*.--- and burn our homes.

home this morning.Dtpsty .' has gone up to take a f'un from 'West -not however for Havana it was said. but such little things don't bother us at We would request all who wish extra The large hotels as seen from the

Cttstoji Collector D. A. Allen Palm Beach to Juno, during court .sea- all much less worry. As for borrowing or'sample copies'of THE SUN to let us ocean would certainly prove a temptation

by orders of a telegram from the north lion? We do not know how to appreciatea Since the resources of Florida havecommenced plants we have? no cause to do that as know as early in the week as possible against which it would, be wise to

good thing until it is taken to be developed State in have fine as ,Florida produces be One hundred of the classof
rig-tiled a steamer or two going south away from ; we as .. so,we can arrange for printing a suffi- prepared.
'hloa .r lo'sty' p 'here' ;':>t least'that is i as. the Union has made greater progress.If and AS free from frost as. our jealous cient number of copies to supply every- men that Lake Worth could furnishto

I [ all the interests of the State were neighbor as an inspection of our meet such a. raid could prevent any
what it war Clateed t ''tkt signals want, Capt. Rickards:has arranged a busi- mag-- body. The issues of the past two week
bathe steamer merely gave answering ness-like manner of getting the lumber properly encouraged by our> own citizens nificent and beautiful plantations out are entirely gone and we have orders fora single vessel's crew fron landing and a
and those who have made investments the will testify and for the force could be treated to a severe
on ridges as
number pf of both issues even
or
$ifasls and went,oa their. way. off the bark He has a line run from copies cue
> vessel to shore and a tram road built nothing would stand in the way gardens,' none in Dade can compare that .we cannot supply although we 'dose of the bushwhacking methodsso

. Superintendent E. B. King of the International across the beach ridge. He has a wind* of rapid and permanent advancement., with'us, much less Linton. We are printed some fifty extra papers week be- successfully used by the insurgents.
i Gainesville Sun.. glad that we have such enterprising men Let us turn out by all means to this
hundred last week.
Ocean Telegraph Company lass to draw his car to the top of the hill fore last and about a

case down from Jupiter Monday to and then brake it to the bottom. We For- the past week our citizens. have at the head of affairs here and, before We are only too happy to supply all demands meeting.

oversee the cutting of the wires out of&t are told he gets off 6,000 feet per day. been able to purchase snap beans:tomatoes Major Boyntcn spends $20,000 on improvements I for extra copies but please sendin There need be no severe drilling to

East Side hotels and putting every ) eggplant cauliflower, cabbage,. as it is reported the founder your orders early.. make soldiers of men defending their

j thing inshspo for the summer, He re.- It is I no hard. job to imagine almost new. Irish potatoes,..onions, sweet potatoes of Linton' did, he will have more than homes.. Most of us can fire a gun with

turned home Tuesday evening.Dr. anything at this stage of the war game. strawberries, guavas, squashe., bananas I I deserted muck gardens and a dismal, Easter services will be held at the more or less accuracy and a few simple

The, supposed filibustering expeditionthat cucumbers, beets, radishes lettuce !, deserted place of forlorn scrub lands Congregational Church next Sunday. movements, in facings and skirmish

J. A. having received many was seen off Hypolnxo last week rutabagas and mulberries in the that would brig to tears an Oliver Tbere will be special music prepared for drill is all that is needed. In the mat

letters {front friends up ia \North ,CaroliV consisted of ,a,. reyenue cutter towing. a markets and nearly all of our own grow Goldsmith. Something will surely haveto the occasion the church will be beau- ter of arms have no doubt that the gov

knit req&estiogibis proleuionalcuthere j' schooner and a tug was none' other than ing. By looking over this list our growers be did or Linton will have to go into tifully decorated. In the evening the ernment would supply us in case we

has arranged to leave for thereabout the Tortugas being taken to Key West can see what came from elsewhereand annexation business. like New York Christian Endeavor services will be an could offer: some responsible sort of or

I the first of next month;, so'any of by Capt. Fozzard to work in the lumber I arrange raise such things. another Chicago and Lantana. possibly they Easter song service. All are invited to ganization. Respectfully .

oar citizens wishing dental, work done business. year themselves. can take in their much exploited breed attend. ENOCH ROOT Ex-Capt U. S. ,Y r

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: 'K i'f' to Buffalo aDd Cayuga Island 800,000Ma-, r ; ',l_,",.::,".. ;;<- HBfi< ::: _
end of.the otuiluj ; jsfe "L T
eons for a brilliant .11 ; : .
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the order : / ,.,- ; -i>- j
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7 demonstration of the strength Ltadiag Bojisws" Finns tad i ; .. X" v.. : ';;' <,. :
in the world It is suggested that one .' } .,..z.'r: -":
new
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of the buildings for the pan-Amerima exposition '
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An Aetlrt Worker In Woodcraft-Chip I the :' -
temple. The site selected is on :t
From Many Yard shore of the Island; The pre11m1n&r7drawmglof GENERAL MERCHA.U : i ';t.j trr r'i + a s.-w : '
Ono of the active and conscientious the palace provide for treasure .,: ;. t _
workers in the order is Mr. A. R. Talbotof rooms in which it Is proposed,to show the D Hendrickson-, Lake Worth' \ -
Lincoln Nob. He is a native of Warren which have : _
} priceless reljcs and rare jewels --- '
county, Ills., and was born in 1859.' 1Ir.t been accumulated by the order during the \\1' ; V a : ..,,: '" -
t W Talbot is a lawyer by profession and is centuries of its existence. This section Is RETAIL GROCERS: ; %Jj| ; :-: \\ > ...CvUndertaker
; .' the attorney in Nebraska of the Missouri to which only ; '-
to be innermost shrine ; :
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3 3R ; Pacific railroad. His activity in the Modern J D Ma thus, West Palm Beach : :li >
\ i--. ; Masons shall be admitted. Masons allover :'" i. ? t ,",: ': a, r
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2. Woodmen dates back to 1890, when be the country have written encooragtngly W Burkhardt,-.West Palm Beach-i '" "-t'l i"v "' '- '- i
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t :.i .. of the project, and Indorsements Ar! -,'ngo ji .?' -"-*- S--- 4 -' t'*.:> $ ; -
., have been received from every state In the tl H'V; .,Sfc.. -.._- ";"" <,:5k- V t" .. .. "
baa been tho enthusiasm WHOLESALE GROCERS;] .; .... '.'" '<. ., :" -e. -
*,,-* Union. There same 1 "" ," ';,:',", i:! ; ; ,.
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r'rI4f manifested in the republics of the Pope &McLaurin, Jacksonville.Thos ..:. .;/.:! s_ >*- .- --: -: ,*- .r--.; .<.,:.','._ ." ._. . '<'>. !>i--..', t.. '-. -- '. :!,t...<
President : "" :. ,
"? southern half of the continent -< .
& .,:",, ,,- & Sons JicksonviUe.1 : 4 ? : 'C-5' "JfAr :Jj.: '. ',. -.' ''" ''I'i"'", .9'-.1."--, ,,-,''<*.-'<'---:-', ..-' '..
fl 1. l Brisker the exposition management has Nooney ; : ,, '. ,,n.;';'fr'--'',=" -" ':;' "" =- .
r' ; location for the + T '
Bet aside a commanding ... v 5tx' <
will take much : : .f H1 :; .
temple. This building so Gc_ ,. ,
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4' ,. ." room been secured that 150 to acres supplement on the mainland the 200 acres have SPICES,'TEAS AND COFFERS w: ",' .", ..;< it.J"t I'J'..,.. .:., ::{: :','.:,:,' \j" : "-.",."q-J.:. ,'+.',0...,....'?',..-'."...,..:,.:: .i"",,: ,-f:, -""-}<" ;C'- L- '

J D & R D Grether, Jacksonville; : i"" .: ". :. ,- *" --.t* "**- :% :: -
feth W'-V1 .
'f on Cayuga island. '1 : z-1. .;.*;\: i ; : :; ; F \ ,
Inc. ; :
The report of Grand Secretary: Fox >.* 'y-:; K. ; ,,;: ,. > "" ,,,.-, -
I 1 yI /1 shows the total number of Royal Arch ?;} f ? c"t: {: 'iI' '<, j,' I ; '

t l fi Masons in New York to be 20,294, a net MEATS' : ;; ... ,. ,... *: ...... ,. ;. :.'.; ,- VV -- 'f;13': : > .f:. L -
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I /1I. gain of 869 over last report Geo S Adams West Palm Beach. .J'. r.f' ---;*' .
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1 James Bradley now grand master of Win Whidden "' .* i{ }' ...\;: ,:' ... ': ;" ->. =-' ,

s j Masons in Michigan and J. S. Conover I ... .'. '.'. t k; : t : ;: J" ... :;'to'i.., "',<:""'' --' ': .' .' :'f: ;: :.'"" :;:,"", -":'!--.r.., _

secretary. / '" "
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There are 172'Masonic lodges in New FISH AND OYSTERS: ', ;!:.:!iE'Y,,._ '. ,, "- .-' -'.>, ". '" '-.'...... -...,.,f'L... .. .' "- .f<,- =
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,t Jersey and about 17,000 members all of :: -"'...- {j.-"""SF.-..;,,""" :.a.'.>..',' ..--:.."-".'".,,,.'"";,".,_..,-"- "- '.'- .f' "." ; # _
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whom liberally responded to the appeal of East Coast Fish Co West Palm Beach. .!_; .'...r'..,,,, !-o, <',-,"-",-"-_.',. .- !t.T ; ; ;4
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I. : the committee and gave the state a Ma Reynolds & Hull,West Palm Beach R"", t- : ::1: :\( : .;

sonic home. .
1j; S B Miller & Co, ,New YorE : ,- 1

The subscriptions for the Old Masons Kingsland & Comstock,-New YorkS -:,..- .- ", -,' : ... 7"'? ;,:#'-.*,,"!., ? Li
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Home and Infirmary Kentucky now ; ; -' .' ': f at _
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L Storer & Co New York "---;;: .- -
amount to $34,062.50.Salt ::5" '.:. ..
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1 Lake City received from the Masonic us,_ : < fc: J.:;f-h. .. ,.,- ";: ; : '.''.''.....,_" '. ,., 11

t A. B. TALBOT. fraternity a fine library as a Christmas ICE DEALERS: --- ;:;'..,M.c._.-. ,'-.d"""-" -"-,..... ""' .. ." .""- F....."';"',-,-',,*...", .,',.,-'...-;..._.

l' was a delegate to the head camp and was present -':(" :; :: :::-X: ; ::; .:, e
a,member of tho laws committee, which The late Thomas W. Evans of Philadelphia R A McPhenin West Palm Beach. John B Bea, '- ': ', -' :' ',": '.:;

I. reorganized the order's laws and gave it bequeathed $10,000 to the Pennsylvania ---- ...- 'r ,:: g.'. '
; :Masonio home. : ,
h new life. Mr.Talbot was chosen a director "
;; at that time and has been reelected at There are 52 chapters of Royal Arch Masons DRUGGISTS: FERTILIZbt= : <: :". ,
F l each subsequent in Nebraska with a total membership : {
camp. :
E H DimicV West Palm Wm A & Jacksoflvfc' } ;
a of Beach. Boors Co .. ,
2,967 .
The total number of beneficiary mem ,I < ": '
: here In goodttanding Jan. 1 was 859,584. 1 -- ,.. Baker & Holmes, : .::':\'''' i : I S : :.:'

!I The total number of benefit certificates ODD FELLOWS. FRUIT AND PRODUCE ON COMMISSION Little Bros. \ ".-*:.

a written during 1897 was ,68,929 and the Concerning the Conferring of epeel. :- Jacksonville Fertilizer Co JacksonvilleSTEAMBOATSHEAVY .
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number of new'camps organized over 800. -
k Fraternal links.But .,.
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Net Increase in membership in 1897 was one degree should be conferred on J B Massa & Bro; Jacksonville. '

iii 113,0-1 S.The. any one applicant at one meeting, says Albert J Bucky & Co. MACHINERY
t 1 Modern Woodmen entered the year The Western Odd Fellow, and this shouldbe AND CASTINGS:
,Thos Nooney & Son, .- ,. G RDONJ' 1
1898 with all claims paid in full and a well and properly conferred. Not only Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co,

total surplus of 1215,725 in the benefit impart correctly and with precision the secret in ....' Jacksonville. E. I.'
fund.
work which admits a man to the privileges :
DRY GOODS AND
CLOTHING
II The :Modern Woodmen of America is of our meetings but strive to excel: ,1 _-? Florida Machine Works, Jacksonville. r,.

; the first society in the history of insurance in the appropriate manner of deliveringour I Kohn Furcbgott & Jacksonville? .,. -",
to reduce the cost in its fifteenth year. charges and lecture in conferring the ;
We do sufficient attention Cohen Bros Jacksonville GAS AND OIL MOTORS. AND MA
The record for January shows over 8,000 degrees. not give __
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y new members adopted. to this subject Dave Singer, CHINERY REPAIRS: C S I

Lexington is making strenuous efforts Mrs J Frank,West Palm Beach ''. Haines Brothers, Jacksonville;' ._ _
to capture the proposed Kentucky Widows
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UNITEDVORKMEN'. and Orphans' home. The city council has ; .. and Embalmed
voted $8,000 and the fiscal court $4,000. MEN'S FURNISHERS: IRRIGATING PLANTS & SUPPLIES:
When Modesty I> Not a Shining Virtue. ..
Chip From the WOl'kahop.Don' McFarlane: lodge, Alleghany one of J A Craig & BID Jacksonville. John G Christopher Jacksonville.
the most in Pennsylvania.
,
prosperous ,
be too modest when death loss
a has several thousand dollars at interest and S.. ---'SI
is paid in your town. Let the local papers ... Full Line of Metallic Caskets
recently purchased robes for the degree ___
make a news item of it; inform the world TAILORING: DENTISTS:
staff at an expense of over $500. :.

what while the we sun are shines.doing. Every Then "make lodge oughtto bay The secretary can only report delinquent Livy-The Popular Price TailorJacksonville- : Dr J A Pugh, West Palm Beach.' Telegraphic Qrdsm FiM FMM._
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add 25 members within ten days after members and they are dropped by the noble L T Daniel Cocoa. ,

t loss is paid., It is evidence of the value of grand, with the consent of the lodges The New York Tailoring-Co, \ M D L Dodson, Titusville. 1
our insurance that needs no argument to The member that is fully conversant : '
I -- -;.i 10-28- West Adams St., JACKSONVILLB, FLA. '..
.. 7 19 .<
j prove its excellence.-North Dakota Works with the current history the order rarely -+ -
t becomes suspended This is a broad state ,' PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS:
man.With ment to make nevertheless it is true and HARDWARE: \ f
few exceptions the jurisdictions on
? Dr R B Potter, West Palm Beach.
I the relief call this year have been on the la borne out by the facts., M E Graber, West Palm Beach.. : .-. HC Hood II II .
classified assessment system for a year. In 1896 Grand Sire Carleton was In- ? ,
O W
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The call is therefore a substantial testimonial stalled in his own state, Texas and' in Wejbrecht, 11 E W Pugh Baker Holmes

to the improved condition of the 1898 Bra Pinkerton will enjoy the same -inLUMBER ,
mLAWYERS ,
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order brought about by the change;; honor, as be hails from Massachusetts.The '" ,

; The grand lodge of Ontario reports aprosperous grand encampment of Illinois believes : : _
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I year. Five thousand new names in a reduction of expenses and has T V Casben, Jacksonville. W I Metcalf West Palm Beach. < WHOLESALE DZXLBES: IS >

'. I have been added to the rolls. __ instructed its grand representatives to vote, a'W .A. T-? "TTptTCAr' .1._., "Tnnrt...-.... .-. .-. -- .. -
At a recent meeting Quaker City lodge for quadrennial sessions of the sovereign Robbins & Graham Miami. Cotton seed meal ana 1'ertW-
I \ Philadelphia, conferred the degrees upon grand lodge. FURNITURE: ,
1 87 applicants. Under the latest law Canton members t Pope&Campbell Jacksonville.,

j, I i Since the new plan of assessments bas may participate in the installation of officers .' Geo H Maltby, West Palm Beach. -- --'SI Hay, Corn Oats Floar,, Feed Grits ad Ked. .
been of an encampment In uniform. .,.
of in
adopted men highest standing --- -
4 i the medical and legal professions and in The first recognition of grand encamp- CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS:

business circles join the order as never before ments by the sovereign lodge was in 1831, PIANOS AND ORGANS:] Franklin Sheen, West PalmBeach. Materials,4
I although there is no fraternal organization when a charter was granted by it to thegrand Building
Ludden & Bates' So Music House, .
s where there are moro men of high encampment of Maryland "

standing associated. The capitation tax in Illinois fortbe current Jacksonville. NOTARIES PUBLIC:
I year is 110. --- I"JEWELERS Lime Brick, Carat> as4 Plasttrelg_

I KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Myrtle lodge of Brooklyn increased its : Gay I Metcalf, West Palm Beach.W Tough "
membership last term by 43 and also placedover R Moses, on Flies.

i 8oneatioDa of the Grand Chancellor ol $600 to its credit in bank. Idner & Son West Palm Beach. JHLivington, II "
Gaanrateectto Protect Horses and Cattle against VII, .
3 California Plume Tips. ...--. -_..._ _
: Grand Chancellor W. II. Grant of California Maccabees.That k
918.97
I baa some ideas on the subject that was a noble leap taken by Brad BUILDING SUPPLIES: BARBERS: Ghee Main sad Bay Sta., IlebeDJill!.

t others might profit by. He sees the need ford tent 4 last month that landed it on _,
i of a state organizer but does not think the very top round of Maccabean eminence Southern Fuel and.Supply Co, D M Geaurideau, West Palm Beach.

s extra expense should be incurredHe. suggests with a membership of 816. Jacksonville.Chas .

.I I. biennial meetings of the grand body All Maccabee hats are up in the air in Welshans Jacksonville. I . .
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now that the grand tribunal has charge ofif Pennsylvania since the news was announced : Geo .
Hacker &
Son. Charleston C. 5 u 3Cr1bo: foZ'-.q:1Is Sun. I IG
all judicial matters and that the money. that Ohio had been distanced and .
if thus saved be used to support a state organizer. the old Keystone was second on the list .
i .-Knights' Sword and Helmet. again.

Aztec lodge Knights of Pythias of The sick, funeral and accident benefit : OYSTERS $

t Montezuma, have $3,000 worth of paraphernalia funds of the great camps are entirely: separate Our .
i for degree work. They have from the supreme tent sick,funeral m311Ui1 5priQ .
about the finest outfit in Iowa. and accident benefit funds and are governed Are .
excellent eating when can them fa 1h
you get FRESH That
the laws of the
Thomas W. Minshull of Cleveland Is entirely by respective

I. now brigadier general commanding the great camps. Styles : only] way we have the We get them freah here Every Day Eta .= E.
Ohla brigade, uniform rank. Record keepers in states not under the
i : R. B. Oglesby] of Plymouth has been ap jurisdiction of a great camp when reporting : the finest oyster beds in Indian.River,and open them to od f tsy '

11 pointed assistant signal officer with the the admission of a purely social member FOP ffien's Wear : way you want them-serve them
rank of colonel, on the staff of General' to the Sup. R. R. K. should forward on the half-shell or fill your order -

James R. Ross, Indiana brigade uniform with the report of admission and certificate : for a gallon or a barreL
Call
and .
Dull.GARDNER'S
Are in.
all The lee the
us at City
!. rank. fee 50 cents for per capita tax for the largest and handsomest .

The grand orient if properly worked has ensuing semiannual term. line of Woolens in the South. Best work,

a great tendency to increase the member There is going to be some, lively sprint- best finish, best fit and lowest prices. Suitsto : OYSTER

ship of the lodge by getting the stay at'I Jog among the big tents from now on. r ordej" 112.00. $13.50, 115.00, 116.00. ROUSE
homes out to the meetings.
Royal Arcanum. $18.00. $20.00.122.50. $25.00 and up.

'I Golden Cross. When we take into consideration the PANTS-$2.75, &oo$3.5o fc.oo $5.00, : 1-698 FRANK C. GIRD RD, Proprietor.
fart that IV strict medical el8minatlon It.. $600< t'7_ S"'If" nn. .
The supreme officers of the Golden Cross --"- --- ft* I Y'" r r"r.
required in the R. A., it seems reasonable .

are Fessenden commander I. Day; William Lewiston B., Me.Cooper, supreme ,- to expect that our death rate will not exceed MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT-Samples and Self-Measurement Blank sent . . . . . .
11 or 12 1,000 members for the
per
Knoxville Tenn., supreme keeper of records on application.
; John D. Swain Nashua, N. H., supreme j I I cert, 'i5year&.
treasurer; John D. Young, Boston Tho problem of the R. A. is simply to
supreme medical examiner.The educate the members to understand that The Popular Price Tailor
they are not to get something for nothing, L I
order is past 21 yean of age and has )
but that they arc to get their insurance &
at
planted its banners In 21
states and
the
capital of the nation. actual cost and no more. 13 Main St. Jacksonville F1. you,want&.STEAMBOA roWe
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The order Is founded on protective fraternal Growth in the order is the goose that ,

,Christian, Samaritan principles and lays the golden egg, a $3,000 golden egg ,
strong temperance pledges. It is broad in that is laid in the lap of the widow and $ We do Dyeing, Cleaning,,Repairing, Altering and Pressing. 10-28-97 have them \0 sell and
tin
in haft
orphan the time when it is most needed. DOle
Its which
fraternity, not only applies to its on hand to
own members, but to the whole human The grand council of Michigan meets at suit, we can build......

family. It has a ritual of three degrees Detroit April 19. JUST WHAT2OTT
and holds meetings weekly or semi WANT.
monthly. KnJahta of Honor. We are also
THE EARMAN prepared to furaUh -___ / ,
Ohio Valley lodge at Sturgis reports an HOUSE _
Bed Hen. increase of 29 members the past six months.

Many comments are freely made of the From July to Deo. 314,402 candidateswere Pumping Outfits for '
continued changing of the woik. A new initiated in the order. The leading .Is now open for Winter Travel. Irrigation. "
ritual now, with another i ew one in pros states
Texas
were: 799; Alabama, 649
pect, may be business for, the printer and ; :Best of Accommodations.Table Write or call
Kentucky, 468; Tennessee, 324; Missouri, on us for .
Anything In $ ..
bookbinder, but is for our t6ai aet
expensive the tribes.
291; Massachusetts 231. :Best the Market Affords MB *44Uv. you ,

One very Important point in the new During recent weeks the accession -of .
-S
I the ia Connection. Merrill-Stevens
work 11 that each team is allowed to develop new members baa been from 200 to 800 Engineering G
its own floor movements accordingto weekly. Rates Reasonable.. Short Distance from the Depot.
of the ritual. '
its conception
Lodge No. 8,366, located Polloksvilla., .Sddres9
,;' Tribes may reinstate suspended worthy N. c., claims the banner In one respect MRS. 8. E. EAEMAN Jacksonville, Florida.
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brothers for one fathom or regulate the It is 10 years old and has never kit a ProP
i fees u they choose. member by; death. 114-97 2UACKSONVILIB
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--...., "- ". ... -, and, WEST PALM BEACH, fi-10-96. E.... and.Eggs, and, a Full, ;Line, of,, All Modem Improvements, Electrio
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-.uPU-y_' ( .!tYottown ', v.. ..... 'ft'aroun" l at' ..menj- into line I" == Vegetables. .. !' 4.' .a Bells, Baths, Etc.
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and"had also taken part in tl Facing north,the Georgians rallied and .... $2.00 TO $3.00 PER DAY.
the surprise at Seven Pines losing a their fire & SON a::. .
poured into the intrepid Pennsylvanians < .. ::: Address .
few men, but net coming to close guar-:: who hackpenetrated the = &.AA :& '

't jrtf' favored of luck, perhaps,,up to as tar as where Gregg's Georgians stood.gap .W' .. .:-... THE PALMS.
the time of the attack .....
MechanicsviUe e,: Colonel Turneywaa shot through the -_- 1-16-96 West Palm Beach, Florida.A .
the ,days ot grace were over when it month and neck, and two men who triedto EMail Orders from Responsible ,31
joined Archer'i brigade in A. P, Hill's : t carry him from the field were struck any,
Light diviaioni Hill'a division came to'! down by a bursting shell. More than E Parties' in the representative
be used ai a wedge to open way into half the Nineteenth were surroundedby ..... County will Re :! i iri every city and
the enemy's line The bullets and canI!I I .the : '- W t .in
abate Pennsylvaniaaj;;; and the fighting ceive Prompt Attention. $ n town the Stateto
DOll of the Pennsylvanians played ranks were thinned out by bullets until represent onr
bavoo in!ranks on the banks Beaver once more. the gallant regiment was re === firm tc solicit
Dam creek, bat the next day at Games I duced to a handful But there was no =-= ..a..6a... .. =_=_ consignments. We will pay a good
'Mail it played the same role charging thought of yielding that new line even -eo- === commission. Write;; us for particu
,breastworks and batteries. In these two though it was clogged with dead de ;-.,.sa lars.. Stencils sent on. application.
days Archer lost 635 men oat of.' 1,228. | fenders. MANUFACTURER OF A Specialty is Made of
Supplying
.the Nineteenth had entered' the Albert
fight Suddenly there was a crashing soundin J.Bucky& Co.
,400,1 'CD11D4 lost almost half.of themthe the brush far to the rear behind Doors, E Winter Cottagers Yachts ':Private .

first day. ,j Gregg's line and a thousand graycpats Sash. .......... ,... ':-: The Brokers and.
In tberemdining battles the peninsula burst into view yelling and shouting: i ''' $' Cars and ,Parties.. .- Commission Merchants, '
the Nineteenth lost few, as it had "Here comes old Juball Let Jubal Blinds.i ,
but few to Io8ebutwaa entitled to em. straighten out that fence!I" They were 14 Main St.,, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
blazon its banners with the names of all the men of Jubal Early'a division, and MouldingsAND e-...;. .... 14>21A.
f ui. ''It'marched with 'Archer's'brigade 1 1in they straightened out the broken line 11-18-97

Hill's division when Jackson retamed'tiorth sending the Pennsylvanians back over Building Material B. Campbell
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t to new,fields of adventure 1 the river plain never to return. Jackson m m ,
in front:of,\Vaahington, .Archer's, brijil held Hamilton heights.The CHARLESTON, S. 'c. (Mgr Ludden & Bates So. Music House)

lade made history as a band of .Tennesepaxui Nineteenth lost in killed and LARGEST FACTORY SOUTH Jacksonville, Florida.

'having'bree regiments iron wounded '87 men) the most of them infighting ..: .. RAud for Price.as II.,
that state Perhaps theGeorgians i ivied to restore the line after it w PIANOSOEGANS
with the mountaineers in the race 1 taken by surprise. Soon after the battleit LITTLE BROS.
for; glory and kept their.endup*againsttheft j was transferred to the Georgia brigade

halL Archer who was a Ten .of General A. H. ColquitL .
nessean, praised them as they deserved In the battle of Chancellorsville the 3 '; 2 .tt t. 1:' 9 Best Makes, Lowest Prices,
for their deeds a':1IechanlC81'1Ue.: ,-. Nineteenth escaped with little loss although >. fertilizer pl05plate? ? Qompapy, Easiest Terms.

At Cedar Mountain, where Jackson it was in the front of the attack Sheet Music, Music Books and Small
first crossed bayonets with the soldiersof ,-- Jacksonville Florida Instruments of All Kinds at Rock
Pope's army, Archer had the place of ", _- :1 ; ; \< ;-- i ....;;
honor near Jackson himself. The brigade \ ,, ..' Write for Krea Catalogue. 9-17-97
made a gallant charge to save theConfederate -
left from disaster and the ::-iF' ". If you are requiring Fertilizers for JOHN N. C. STOCKTON, President

Nineteenth lost one-third of ita number :1 f Vegetables, Pineapples, Etc write to RAYMOND D. KNIGHT Yice-President.
This was not many, for less than THOS. P. DENHAM, Cashier.
six weeks had passed since its last battle .Give '. '; '. us and we can give you more value .
JAMES D. BAKER, Assistant Cashier.
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on the peninsula. Hill's division followed .
Jackson upon his famous raid in for your money than any other Manufacturer ..

the rear of Pope's army when the stores .. ', or Dealer in this State ,or. ._
were ca fuzed,at Manassas.' ,It wArcher' t.t > ,
I Jl National Bank of
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mezfihat'Jackson called to the .. ><::' 6 '; from any other State. Write for pamphlets .
front when he found Taylor's New Jer ..':
wy brigade crossing Bull Run to recon ---! _'-;.f,' .. '. prices, etc., to above address. 11.12-97

Dotter the rear of Pope's army. Jackson ,
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State of FloridaTRANS.CTS
was on a raid, not bent upon fighting; 1 cfr-'j r '.. -?' '. --. the
T"h -i- # !t :
hence be desired to get rid of Taylor. A e
trap was laid for him,'and Archer's ,

brigade captured nearly the entire command '-- A --,
killing\ ga\ ant*leader. ieWoihIceWorks
Seoond lIanu ai was oneof the bard,
eat fought battles Jackson ever engaged GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
in. He caught in ,
was nearly a trap and
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desperate fighting alone could save him. .
Hill's division held the famous railroad, THE GALLANT SOLDIER KEELED FBOM HIS
cut which played a great part in Jack- SADDLE. Sun Manufacturer,Retailer and Shipper of. Accounts of Bankers.
ing line. It went south with .
son's line, serving as a stronghold. All Colquitt's iI!", -
E day on the 29th of August Archer's men brigade about the time Lee started 1111 Merchants, Manufacturers
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defended the cut], from;"the steady assaults northward to invade Pennsylvania. In -- and Individuals solicited....

of'the enemy and, several times the summer and fall of 1863! the regiment ... ;'''''...;(.. O) ,, '
charged forward from it to dislodge the was engaged around Charlestonand ':,;1';::f5 :!-i:" ". < .,'
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Federal oolnmna On the 30th the bat., fought at Ocean Pond Fla., in February :' ': "-- ;< .cn.1,1.
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tie raged fiercer than ever around the 1864. Then it returned to Virginia ; -" .' ,,: oJ,. ... <;1 ND. Capital and! SRfDlns 1 $$190,000.

cut, for Pope believed he had'separated and fought with Lee's veterans to
Jackson from Longstreet's supporting the end of the war. The records of .
column.. Throughout the daythaConfederates losses compiled while the commandwas A Chance to'do. .-Your Issue our own drafts to all the principal

kept a r Steady stream of fire in the trenches at Petersburg in the cities in Great Britain, Holland

pouring from behind the railway embankment J l summer of 1864, show a total of 184 Distilled! Water Belgium France, Switzerland, Italy,
Their own loss was slight killed in battle. The regiment never Spain Portugal and,Germany.Jackso'nylll .

but the execution upon the Federals was numbered more than 1,258 men. There .... ,
awful. were 630 wounded and 253 deaths from ;.; ,. e Florida
,When the contest became close;, disease and wounds. The loss by death .;. '..,' :' -' &27-97 .

the soldiers of both sides used stick and was 437 and by death and disability 607. ,; .'. ., .tiR. A. McPHERRIN Proprietor.
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stones for weapons. About o'c1ockj] This record of battle losses covers but ,.i' ..'. .
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Archer's brigade rushed from the cut; two years'actual fighting, as there were .;.. Great
and charged over the field direct"upon al no battle casualties before June, 1S62. .- of. > '; BargainAT

'\, six gun battery which was firing canis- GEORGE L.. Kn.imt. ,

I i' ter. Three of the guns fell to the brjgade F ue4'to'Identity Her. (1 '. ..... ,FACTORY AT '
as trophies, and night the men see '
Hiss :
Mugg-I don't how it is
bivouacked in the heart of, the enemy's see $500 If Taken At Once.
your sister: failed to find me at the sta:
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camp.Nineteenth In lost the 80 two men.day battles the tion. You said you would describe me .....E]. '-. ,':' r--_ West Palm Beach. 80 ACRES

In the Maryland campaign Archer'sbrigade to her. ;; _, =-- of land 50 miles south of Palm
Infatuated Jan a'9Bl1r.
Lover (who sees a good
saw comparatively little fightIng Beach, .within \]( miles from
deal more in Miss than other
but the Nineteenth lost in one folks can-Yes, I told Mugg her to look for a ..'I r J li railroad and depot. 15 acres.of
charge at Antietam'half of its strength. beautiful girl with the face of a Madonna this land is fine,high hammock,
By the time the-araiesnezt confronted -' just the land for Most
and the form of a sylph. It's oranges.
each other, three*months after Antie- she missed you.-New York Weekly queer of the remainder is pine land
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Uial he reilmeD' been filled tol!
> bad up
Strawberry Plants good for pineapples. For information
the verege field'strength' of 80utheml i iref&ent&iltwa As a rule fish in well sheltered ponds ark call
still in do better .than those in more exposed on

' Dad under Hill and Jackson, but was situations, pond fish being generally I All Varieties. best suited to Florida and the East Coast. Send to JOHN B. BEACH J. H., LIVINGSTON,

.s to fight''itsMast:battle among the Ten' placid' creatures,' to whom rough waters I & CO., MELBOURNE; FLORIDA, for Special PricelLfct: just out. l Massey Block,

,i, veils,atFrodericksburg_. .... -. ,when- Burn-1 are no delight.(; .. PLANTS LARGE AND HEALTHY 10-1-97 t'.,..II-4-97...." WEST PALM BEACH, FLA

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: BEACH DADE COUNTY FLORIDA.CNTB&EO Bsrt, *
; while other and less favored states French naval hero, died. .. ... "' :-
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1 Publication on the East Coast of country as there is to be found In the Jefferson burn ..... ',. -> .; : : :-. '"'* : -- ..
; Florida between TUosrille .. ; r : -*"* .- J i* ?' ;- : 2- :: ? -
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whole United States we are all ready :at I.JJMm ,J&34I2.!' 'p".t.. :: -
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'j 1 Bet.. Advertising Medium- on the Kart Coast willing to believe what they see than- 2-Prcfeascr 86mnd Finley Breeso Ham, h:1i: (i ii i % :,-: :: ,Elii' :"t-.;:. !!,.__i..j"-' :'" > .
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t varieties of fruit can be raised than ISBf-General Albert Pika eccentric' lawyer ..M. -;:- : '- : tii"C i: ;
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=.;,) ......... Coast Railway are interested in this ., 1817. .- ;* ., xlaeSBenlamia *- JI t': .- f --.-- -. ; : ; "o _\' :?rY:
T. Tweed, educator a 11& .' >; -
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VL;died 18315. Kenton was ATTORNEY.A i? < ;: ,.-. .,. : -.' ''
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.are enjoying more or J less of thebenefitaoftheiradvertising. of the border from Indian Courts. '", y' ._', ; :
;; gan the first of the month. We may forays. Be served also as LAND CASES A SPECIALT. : ; ,,_: 0 '": :::' "., ," !
for more Blockw __ .1 -
i f have to try to keep more dangerous a soldier in the war of 1812. West Palm Office Beach in TBOFKAS Dade SUM County. Jiorl a. ..- .,;" <: ...
than half of the prosperity of this 1783-Washington Irving author ': J."t.:
1i!! things than yellow fever out of the born in New York JOBS tnuov : -' -
n country at the present time, is' due city; died 1858. "MI" sroara). :-
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summer over. GEORGE JL aoBBins.
to the advertising that they H9S-Charle Wilkes, U. 8. N., hero of the -a----
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, have done. York city;died 1877. DHERIFF'SSALE.

]I IT is CLAIMED THAT ALL attempts It is both idle and useless to sit iSU-John author Wilson and (Christopher North died)in,British Edinburgh ATTORNEYS AT. LAW, .
writer.
1 to raise licorice in this country, so still and wait for others to bring :born magazine 1738.IMS Federal.Will practice Special in facilities all the for courts examining State and andperfecting Notice II hereby fivotiat fej;ttrtst It II:|

-Admiral Sir J. a Boas, arctic navigator land titles. of Now Yort execution breed mtot to Cosaty toa ct.
1;!! far, have failed. Has any one ever prosperity to you. The'manly way and discortr of Victoria Laud died;born We have closed our West Palm Beach office Dade County, Florida* ia attftcfcssfi$,JI' .i

. ; tried it in this vicinity? It teems as to do it is to strike out for it. yourselves 1300. Any northern business part from of Dade the lake Court Worth should section be referred or eosdlBgt therein Pa_. wherein 6413.L.
ISn-Antloca the ancient destroyed by an
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iaii if we oqght to be able to raise it and now is the time to do it earthquake; 1,000 persons killed. either to our Titusville or Miami office', Wrote Over Gale to plaintiff, and W. .. Ll&tea b 4f4.
aDd will receive attention. .
'' ]881- Iarthauake! on the island of Ohio tat theJEgeaaaea proper ant-I ahlJ1.oa th .. -
-rfl somewhere in this country. There is an old saying thjj 'God; ; 8,612 persons killed and 1.SC8 Titusville,Brevard County, and Miami Dade 2nd Cay o/aYag, I. D. flU,

.... helps them who helps themselves/ injured. County, Florida. 10-21-97 $15ooooooo.ooNew the same being the fist Uoaday**aik,::
i l&S-Hichael of the oldest and .
Sullivan
and if you go at it in earnest and one 04 a legal sals daybetweea the&esra .{ 11::
best known iathau
THE railway engineers rLUl W.l'OPL Do C.CAMPBELL.
ANNUAL MEETING of the Florida .... .. and la the neraes .-
show that you want to advertise, United States died in Chicago. o'clock a. 2 o'eloex .
Medical Association will'take 1897-Johannes Brahms well known mnsieat pOPE & CAMPBELL .Insurance' .. ler for sale to the bJitett bidder.fee cash k.T:

T' place on the sixth yourselves and your country and composer, died in Vienna: born 1333. MVJor fore the door ol tteCosrt URfloI ItatJaDOt *Ce j
] of this
__. twenty mean to do so to the full extent ot Edward Doherty,'noted aa'tWcay, A TTQBNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. ." During Florida,tha CowdasilM
T month nt Jacksonville. The tor of WUketMOth.died in New:YorjB ti'
.State. property. towit: .. .
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your abilities,,we have.no dpnbym .... .: t; 111 East Bay Street, -
r R&irdofHei1th' a.n4 its thirty.five '- __. ; ,,18,9:7.: ... One (i) Hory "qoa. One ,t)8bP"" :
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that Mr. Flagler and his railroadwilldoeverythinytbjyicj $3-97 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. '"' -.. '
county sanitary; ngen.18are to assemble :. This Date In History-April 4., i ness,Fear i4) Potato, < /! \ t jo jglp J Hoe,One(LJ Scythe and Saaii.i OU'W
:
__ also 'at the same time, and the laeS-Henry IV of England. .,...... ,.
along the good work. eonofJobnofOauntand i C. HOODBI. D. :. : ; .: '7 One (1)l'1LlthatorytiT.-a(t1 Oa*:
association of Railway Surgeons are founder of of, ffl. ;:, Fnvr "*" *" :ffasffow : r,7": lPlow, QD <.JJ ""' .peU).. ;

to meet that same week. I Lancaster themt IPiiNiNof8 Qf J1 r Harness,One, (i).Powder a..o..t\Watt. -

STATE PRESS ASSOCIATION. broke; died 1 c II. .. : .., .. :1 : : One 11] Sprinkler, On Ill Ehovd 0 *,11J
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LifeIsUranoe-
1774-OliTer Goldsmi OSLca an* enc8'neaR oyal PolnciauaHatelfPALH *
; I. ..., P&ckbgffouss; ;
j. The annual mee D20fthe Florida and..2_ miia I-t-Uaneo. __2.__. ...i BEACH. 12-1-97 .. Also all the rtehttitta and IItcttt .. ".
": i UUR VEGETABLE GROWERS say that'i Press Association, held at QeLand, Irel&nd1728.wu IXHMUW, n Uof q \', Ic 4 If : ." force ofOver I and IB equity,'of said W.L Lbter- te.uM tithe -

i r__ thenlmost unprecedented dry weath. I ITSa-Thaddeus StevenMtater UI"' '\ OH :M.D. i': following described'real titlt .to:*S& -
March 22d and 23d elected}he following 'E.W. P ., j I
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: man born; d1ecl1868. HDBT IT. The East half of the Korftvstf Quutjr tgl
1 thin. ... .
er season has caused as much or officers and delegates: President 1841-President William Henry Harrison died. . ...-" .. : the East Half cI the Sontiw QrtzraM

t. mow actual loss to them than any Fred Robertson, News-Reg : 1885-President Lincoln entered Richmond. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. tbeE&stTrsetioaslff&lf of fectto*i
'r.- freeze The president was with Grant at Peters Office in rear of Dimick's Drag Store. $.95ooooOo; ., 46 Poulh Sxegt 43 Diis
; : that this ister Brooksville vice Eai
country hasever had. ; -presideut, J. burl when word came of the foil of Richmond Residence-west Side of Olive Street, 3 Doors

: ; I; For the same reason the pineapples W. White, Journal of ..Commerce,. ; He went there immediately and South of Clematis Avenue. ; i County,Florida. -
almost his first act was to visit the .d.tuLHas K.J.CK1LLIXGWOBT3. -
quarters 329G WEST PALM BEACH FLA.
U k bid fair to lie smaller than usual, Jacksonville; secretary, T. J. Apple. f of the.'fugitive, president of thaCon- t . 'n' "-.: 1.. BMrtIJII &44 CfUtt.. '

I Gate Chronicle federacy.*, For few moments Ib.*.4f $ w.L METCATF .
;11i L but they have chance still to size yard, City Sanford? a .. ISurplUs to' '
the chair of the fallen leaner Asdrtttd in POTTER, M. D. Attorney for PlaiaUX" .uch I1t"t
treasurer, B. B. Tatum Courier\Iai Ii: ,
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1 up if we have plenty of rain from'I \ I somber reverie. His acts and speeches in
formant, Bartow. \ the southern capital were kindly and pa1283Peter .
now till about their ripening time.IL Delegates to the National Edito- cific. 8-28-93 PALM BEACH. VIA .. -

Cooper. American philanthropist, I Over .....
I rial Association: J. H. Humphries, founder of Cooper institute died;born 178L

li 11 BOARDS in Journal, Braidentown; T. T.Stock, 1388-BenJamin! Harris Brewster ex-attorney A. PUGH, $48,000,000. ..
OF TRADE are full work ; general of the United States died in Philadelphia J. .

\ ing order at Titusville. Miami De.I ton.Times-Union and Citizen, Jack ;born 1817. DENTIST.'Crown 1' ..... :
I
I f. Laud and lotiof other live towns in sonville; H. H. McCreary, Sun, IfiBC--Governor. died; born William 1325. HarshaUsota I ",' t : and Bridge Work,a Specialty. .

.
Gainesville C. L. Bittinger, Star ,
Florida. and all of them ; 1 J i LocalVAnaeathetic Used In Extraction ', '
have been '
Ocala. W. ::; of Teeth. Strongest Comp'yintheW .
Eo.
Alternates I .
f Peabody, Teeth Extracted Pall .-.'! ( I' -:
;I of benefit.. 'to their. towns.. If our, Times.Unkin'and, CUUcn, Jacksonville : This Date In Hisiory'o. OFFICE-4th Door. from Without Cor. Clematis AYe. \. .. .. .,' .. >_ .. tI

merchants and property owners IfiSS-Catherine I of Russia was born; died 1727; and Olive St. : .
L. .
; L. Ramsey, Free Press, emp1'elllll'Z25. Russia's first Catherine was 7-2-98 WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA. or14nyOneCoitemplat ; :-' t:*

: would form one here and all pull Mayo; B. B. Tatum Coarier-Infcr- not Catherine the Great. Catherine I succeeded ...

i together they could be of a great mant Bartow; Rev. J. C. Porter, Peter the Great in 1725 and reignedtwo T. DANIEL, -
Her Ufe story is L. -
deal of teneflt to this town and thecountry Baptist Witness Ocala.. -' years.to have.been romantic.Asthaw'&e obecnr.a.n4seems ,,,.Give ;

i A time is of a Swedish subaltern Peter the Great was DENTIST. Sis .
splendid ing Insuring '
,. adjoining and there is no reported by her : . .It
1 : attracted to by her beauty and in 1711 ,
!f good reason why they should not'do those who attended and St. Petersburg acknowledged her as his wife. She accompanied COCOA INDIAN RIVER FLO BID A.1-JW8 Her : .'. ., ;

him on hfa Turkish campaign andrendere I or Life .
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I BO. :; was derided on as the place for importaai service I. :: : --

( ara diplomatist.
a I'i """ the next meeting. He caused her to be crowned empress WALLACE B. MOSES, Should Write to theUnderijnecj. '-. i ; "'. ; .: 'j 't -

i I in 172'l'l94Lead1ns. .. I. .b4
OTHER PARTS OF THE STATE are Jacobins, includix&JTJaiion and Successor to A...W. Robert, :
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: "... .
j not only talking a boat, but'working:! NO ONE. TO. BIAlr. (.", : camille Desmoulins guillotined af Paris. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, : If. .
; .
: 18 Thompson :McDaniels, a veteran of the -It
for and getting od roads and -t. Black ,.alsaa settler ofX&naaa. Agent. for West Palm Beach Town Lots also .' p."TLie .
bicycle Hawk war pioneer
The East Coast is: '
doing us op .on *, i West Palm Beach Water Works. :
died;born1&6. :
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paths leading out from their XOTARY PUBLIC. -
principal the tourist' .business." Why is this $'l-<>rringtOD Lunt, noted pioneer and philanthropist Clematis Avenue, near Olive Street. COUPON. .. '

towns and, in some cases, connecting thus? Is Cot.Br.Wrena; sleeVingor **died in Evanston, Bis.; born 5-21-97 West ['almBeach, Florida. .
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two or more of the principaitowns has Col. A. '0. Macdonnell g ne'OD ?\'MI'prr :; ..... : ;' .-. : : PEREZ F. HUFF, Manager, ....
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I with each other. We have a a journey? Or do Mr. Flagler's This Date .In : 6. GUY I. :METCALF, 'TheEquitable i Life of N.Yi:,: '. I l ,',.J, ; __.. ....J;

cJopleoffair bicyctepatbs thatshouldha hired men really manage better and 1190-RfchaKLi of fis\.torv-:4lf\\dted : '( NOTARY'POBLIC Jacksonville Florida. r--- ._ .. 1.. t a.! S.

put in a little better condition and offer superior inducements? Would of wounds at Fontevrault, Trance; born For the State of Florida at Large. .

4 still further extended and,us we hU'l"only a kick do any good? If so, who or 1348-Laura 1157. de Novas subject of. Petrarch's Deeds, Mortgages Leases. and Contracts I would like to receive an ex- o Sun ::. :

what should be the kicker? And amatory poetry,.died,*t Avignon, Frsfics. Dratted.Conveyancing :
road it
one seems as if that t a Specialty. of yobr-NEW .
ample
_thus endeth the shorter catechism.-. 1520-Riiphaei.the paint;died;born 148S. i. i- AU Work Guaranteed Legally Correct. t' ..POLICY. V ,,,, >.
might be made a good Is 1528-Albert Dorer painter cUed born :t \ ,
I one. anything Tampa Herald.Don't ip. fficetn TKOPKII SUN Block.West'Palm ad tedtmjagi .
I 16 O-Jean Baptist Bousseau7fr al -
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lyr : .. .
going to be doe in this Beach, Dade : -
mat County, Florida J
born in Paris died 174L
didnt poet ;
complain, brotherKwe .. ..
'
ter of bettering 1778-Jamea Mill historian political economistand .ft.
and if our traveling facilities do you up; you had your fall shareof father of John Stuart Mill., born;died FRANKfcIN SHEBX. GEO. O. BUTLER. I was born on the...........day of.. .. .l..i l \ .; "..,.
so, when, how and :hy .
toorists'and :even more than informer 1836. : SHEEN & BUTLER. .. .., .
whom? 1843-Wordsworth gazetted by the queen as > ** <

years. All the matter is that poet laureate of Knglsnd. .'......?.."..................18.....,..,. A :
SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS. Chance to do: Yiur.
the East Coast has become known l892- -t1Dited States Senator: Willard Sauls- :
IT bury chancellor of Delaware, died at Dover Office at West Ptim Beach i ,

,! 18 WITH PLEASURE WE can state aud the people have come here to see Del., born 1820. Lands legally sab-divided and maps farnlshed. Name............_... .;
........
that all the improvements, that THE it. 1807-Andrew J. Garvey a noted principal in Selecting: and grading lands locatIng ? ............. : ..'
Don't blame anytadyfor it and the Tweed ring died in England.. and estimating timber a specialty. Care- : ::
Soslins heretofore claimed would be inland correct work guaranteed. All com.mnnicatlons .. '
above all don't kick but advertise .. ,
help ..... ..
i made_here: in thetown, are well nn the State still, .!more. so both This Date ,In History-April 7. tion. Mss and by mall Blue Prints receive at prompt Lowest atten f>r1. Add Da.".;..".."....."..'.."' ......".......... .' ';,;t.ft" .
der way and others are in contem sides and ces. WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. 11-7-95 10-21"Q'7' t......" -t" .. ..-.. ... ; ....,.,. ......... -:t ..,'.
the
middle of
the
,State ITTO-William Wordsworth. English poet,born; I
plation. So far a row of stores' is .diedlSSO. Wordsworth's genius was of theBohemian Sp'.J Il.
not all the
can get only tourists but BARBERSHOP .
type. Be was averse to study SEMINOLE : '

nearly ready for occupancy, one cottage thegood\ permanent settlers, that and discipline but fond of idle roving and ,.'. .. ...
about completed aud anotherone roaming the fields and woodlands. Bis D. M.GEATOIDZAU, Manager :

are so badly needed. poems were composed in the open air. FIRST-CLASS M. D.L.. DODSON. ,
wbile TONSORIAL WORK. O .
nearly so, all tte vacant Bonthey who was his intimate friend,' .

lot b8V been cleared up and rut in wrote "His Ute does not belie his writings :New Furniture-Everything Neat .
NOW THAT WARM WEATHER is COming for in every relation of life and every and Clean. I. i;.: I :
'u very |jrm ntnble ahape. The foandatious point of view he is a truly exemplary and Shop ander Seminole Hotel .
of the .
some papers are beginning admirable man." Be succeeded Sontheyas .
ure Itid and the lumber being laureate of : in 18H Wfttptlu Beach Pla. Miami Florida. \
to talk about yellow fever again, poet England .'.
lianle on the ground now for 17 -Dr. William EUery Chsnning, Unitarian 8-28-5.
but those who keep. themselves and and abolition teacher born at Newport, WHEN in, Jacksonville be sure and visit .. .
two more cottages and these will be their premises clean, eat food B. L: died 1812. your Old Friend who will surpriseyou .
,
up before long. Prospects for other pure 1888-General Quincy Adonis QUmore Union with Bargains in :'4 -
breathe pure air and drink pure wa; cn TnTn.T d#T on the Carolina coast, died :. J. .
I improvements are very favorableand ter need have fear born 1823.ISMBen Dry Goods Clothing andGents' Acetylene: Gas. .
no of being
when they become a King the western poet and humor Fmniahings.........._ .
surety \ve
troubled by it if it should reach this 1st died at Bowling Green Ky.5 : D. SINGER Manager, Throw away your kerosene lamps and ,

will give our reader! further particular while will -. -. II Bridge Street,Near Bay. use Acetylene Gas, the coming light of
country trust
; we
.: : *. West Palm Beach is growing w'oot i AN ELECTION WAS HELD up in Orange ll-l>97 JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA the 2oth century. We are prepared to

: :!.i. health officers to prevent its enter* county on the first on the local put in plants for private parties, at fQ.lIO or
ing. as they so successfully did and the able prices. Call and see I
option question "drys" car ours at our

!I rry: THE SUN for Job Work. year. ..xl .- last ried it by a majority of about forty. Snbscrtbo for Tte SBO. store and get estimates.
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...._ ._ . THE TROPICAL, ._ SUN.,.,f' :WESTPALM.BBACH. ...att4 : f TSOSSDAY- -,-.,.. ,,Ma.APRIf+s..wy--z1688; ,1t. ._.<.'h __ _. -b }
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%* ,\. .. HH WAml.l \:: Florida v'k .suav..4 .. SPttetivieitlagaekeonrtaltiu tt.t..: 1tit g ; ;DEALER :
V .J. :: 1. .'" :.: ..-lt'\. *- 11- -' Ii. ,"" : ., eaIl oa.o., :',..'., 4 v", ," tit J..i v C+ d Blf -IV". ARbVAPcI.14AQ : !

,, .\\l.aOviirt3N "YOLOlr!>!> .<', Experts claim that Florida. could sup. J. A. CRAW: & PRQ ;" ; .,. .' .-
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10 t i wtU StbacwaB, ply erery'ponad' of sngar used iu"this ), "'r' fA :;' J"d.t i; "
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Aid .FOR. '
faced the febt witt Lee; and have doieve : -.
country we everyreason : :
Bot tt tMi.. Vaioa to war. : J'N. : ; and Crockery ;.
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HaU one taore gees for ad 6 J that 'it cou ,,bJrt :DOt even theexperts MEN'S, FURNISHINGS; <" ,'<-- ., : .. ..: ,, : '' ., '

"....I dNa shrink from BhwntaAaaeraQepedtotaeeea know how flinch, sugar or its We arty the Largest Une of,; .: :, 'W': r't[ 'AtAtt's i !lfJ'j: .
,. equivalent is produced in the country : 1 : i._:Glassware,,fcaiBps and lanterns.

4>at U Uto ken Uaion COM for war, homes of this State. ,At,the homesteads, Hats andNegligee ; :: : ', CA1f 9i wl ..," .. :o..: t ; AU$ ''Kinds, of Bbat.'Copds." .

Hais Oil son gar lor met of, the old settlers the cane ,is &t1l1"z Starts "Y -i 11$.A .f" ..':. .. >. fe'1 .. Stove,'J'innn.Doors,Sash and Blind

.'''!Tke was boljy wltll'e boy.at ia Maaaasa-Gray: : f1 crushed'thee':jaiceafilteredthroagh;; the to be found ia the State? Bole-.&*xents r for>- _Jt L 0 .-.: :.1.Mi Yiad of Fishing Tackle, and Sporting Goods.
cloths into 1: it flows from the f.
.1 beard the dude foar1n'J ibarrf as Knox and Youmans Hats.. l3 .' r -.: .,. -s;, ; Gasoline.! Stores. Blue aflame Kerosene OH Stovea:
\' Monad Stonewall Jaekeoa way,..,,,_.. mill and then boiled in iron pots. J ... ,... HArrison Bros'Ready Mixed Paints
And miay a tine this sword of mine ,,' Bat the sugar so obtained is a brown Ererett Block,229 W.Bay Street* ''r t.<. r l \I'l.1.\ 'r- :.. _' ?i 'Qrd6z- aiA pr0tnpt: i.tiUUOlL 11-1-97
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I 8-l> JACKSONVttXE, FLORIDA. t
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Baa "' 97 t- "
blued < ,
i th.vay'forL e ,
e! : J.'- sticky substance, rich itt sweetness:, but i ov-
.rttttabddaaUoacoeatdwa>? *''' .
e 'JCakeoMBorenafortter' "" ;. ,', not pleasing Bright oi"toticl.tThere; } 1 .uJ. i4i't "
... fore the Floridian has pushciJi4is .
\ u. 'syr:' :
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lVor; not half ao 10 ton fall ofJg rf IRa f p'. up"on the market bought the'refined Have.'YOu A lf Java coffees don't' taste alike, neitb--, : 3 : RDBOS.s:

!,Ace f rroa bast fa tip'alxtles, product obtained from it,. an exchange er do other gorts;:To blend reqoirtiSgoiafiK ; ', .

!' .nnJflao .T4 my.old gun: ,. costly him,because tof expensivefprd- JNOllCeultr times more of one sort, sometimes' leas- :
tj Bay be that 07 balr to white 1 cess involved in the,transformation, and! trying tell; guessing at it,--won**. *"-** -* :.'''...-i....*.....,
'i-lick ttlafs,lou know,nut be, the double and the Unmatchable Coffee, Grade A 11-fA'rrijirQt. rfcb,, round, -. .
'i aol II that old Ulloa'Ia for war, ., transportation great bean Java, and a fine Arabian Mocha;spotlessly clean, very Realj,'' .. T
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1t; capital that must be commanded by the :
akoouarpr.Rutorm.l'I rare-40 eta. per pound. "'' .;: 0 ; .Florida.
J refineries. 'b : ,Palm Beach \
uception othe "
,\ 'UOl'lO&lD7nWa't' ; ; : TJaattelutals Coffee, Grtda.A i-r-S quality as above, >< ,

Nor Sow ti-rltty two; .1 ''This condition is. now completely except: that the bean is not BO perfeet%:me carefully; ; cleaned. Unusual __ ._ ,_ '-, .,

Or tbereaboata, wita battfe tioata changed: and the, individual producer Ii for the p-nce-35 cts. per pound.BorUurdr \... rNetmr ?-- 'ub1iG0; Cottagesfto Hen

1 charged tae Bar la Hw again "on top..; For Professor Stock- Triple BIsad-3 .lh."for a. giBn.poand.35cu. -

lad Aid I biased says I fought the with for Ctonewan, bridge, the chemist'at the State Agriculnral Smooth body, rich and fragrant, better than .average. 40 ; 6 1-97 ; :. ;Post-Ohlce" Building, North of Poinciana, Hotel..
way Lee, : .
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Bet B tires old Uftioi'i U for war College, has made a discovery cent coffee; plump berry, perfectly deanand grea favor '" -

Hate OM son gsa lor met ,. which will ralone'rrichly, repay to our ite With many i I 14j L'. rlHi ) t I e

AtiuU ConetltatioB. people all\ the cost Of'that 'institution. All these are true blends and"spited'to different tastes. ... ,',

-_. <- 14 The Plenty of other coffees besides, if you care to try. There's a ebWSz.to STO.u. ,I' t GgORGBH.CHASE.ESTABLISHED. .-. EItBUB.N POwu.s.
following facts have been
', y. : thoroughly choice Mocha and Java, in 1 Ib tins, only 30 eta. per pound; ,.' .
DtoTwx
HH KIOTSKX.. [ tested by experience, admitted by experts I86S. .
Pavonia 0
'* Coffee 20 cts. per pound;. Arbcckle's Coffee 13 eta. ... '
*'"* sake it two old fellow, and.will carry vanable lesson to per pound. .
Ippt to stud once more every homestead, in the State. d

B.lalat*tt. tkt dij.ol/ort'old lacwttlryoa' *, ,* ,:*. ; -If the be pane juice. as.. 'it-0 flows. from the L. W.' ,Burkhardt, S U. 'STO En' & Gq.

fatfeen stood tofetkerIke mill filtered through common Spanishmoss Finest Groceries. :

& font,ou land 04.-. green from,thfr trees on which it
buttes fere that made. and then boiled in 0
grows even an open Commission Dealers .' ,
Wholesale f
A cue_, .
iron
vessel till crystallization occurs the f ,-
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1*I .,p! t k. :. ,{ : -. and Shippers of all'Kinds; of .. ,.. .
a licked .
aa at Ban Bu
; tala/ftha need to her crushed ,.
only tmaie' ,
'OS many a 11I4 w'l&r'IIIW' ,, ,i ..,.. .". ,' ,. '1".', '1:1" '.""1"ct' ,, J '
Waei BeMttr the "coffee sngar""of :ci>uinierc ": ; .I "
ttstory woa.Ivon&aXortferabfer. t : .
?.sarore tt..grey d eoatklud, Tfce'color; ,is slightly tinged) with" a,creamtint !'tt Mk' : li'iRtin ,![ :j ..-<.r4! l-i.1tl f rlf t!{ih.iAi41; .' : .Lobsters : :
d"t' ...&.... ... ., ,
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and it is sweeter, than need be,, but, .,'' ,, '.." } 'IF" : : : j
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LfttBtawtAldoveaty, ..:: :j.",.. ... .
i these "ebme'onlT'tfromthe absence of ot s :
Wtea. .Kittafef ballets... ," ., :r "" ')1 ..! ; ,1
terra alba. A : : "- !I', _.: .. : : '
far pen we foajfet Itkt d rtL. V '> Y .' nl'; : Fresh Fish' : \:
Sat vfca tie Now, in these facts, rightly,, used, :. : :
war done
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rear kafej there lies a declaration of independence < r"ti. i '... c .
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Oar two aairu beat for every Florida farmer, and still ari- 'it. :; I : '. ; :; : i j J '
aa t : ,
ate :
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3$BOW,wkea.daaftr tknateae, other proof that:brainr applied ii{ oar ". -; >y '.' ', ;:: ,; i i A __ '" ; .1"":;;; Turte.oeeaeoao

Out Xo North man,we ao auad Soata tegettwr'y,we bow, climate and:soil need_pay_no tribute tj) I ..."..J.-0..;_' _. .. ,_ ..._..-.r...'"" ... _I kr.. ? .,.. ,_,.. ,,.'..""'". i,:, '. .L '! **j .., '_,' :- .':.Jj'0 f"'t., k :' ;; : :. .

To Cuba or Hawaii or any power of pbtentate.on *. : i.titJ":: : '. w : '
flit tkeeoi aea toe.My \ ; : .. ... .. > 0s ','
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God's footstool.' No new principleis .' .. ,..,' ...... ,. :. fT -
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....tie II meptq-I yaarr;laltottJ014 .involved Brown''sugar is.nn1sig&tlybecauseMt5U "j l !9.,-;f ; ".''1.< .11;:< ., : : i j, y.jfR J nr\Z3H. JAi d : Particular Attention paid to consignments from Florida.,,' .
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"IK*eaa b lower not 'clarified-the :;' : ;r1. ; ; slakiaff : Fish
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eooa be joie, moss only clarifier for eliminating ,. 0. ... ... : oI I : ''> '
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'aro.eoutrrl honor impurities and making a large .. > :'' .. : : ',.. I ,-.''' -' '. .. #.I '. '.--'
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cent of the available houseboWhnsein ... .' ,.. .. .. )' 1r1.. .. ... ." -V 't -*
I*read/too,old'ta 1owla -;" per sugar for I- ...'. --- c. '" .' .( t !-- _-. .-r.. ""' : .. -- ,
lit cotk.r an agreeable form.,Time! .. ', '. .
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., ,. ...'t'. -ttf' 1TUZZR .' ,'; '-,,'t,."i't' q",t,;;.(;...: ''.' ..." .. --.r.:;,t. :'." ..,". ,,.I., ...,. ,. ," ., .,'. ,,'f".1.:: ; : .. ,'t. .,i' .
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THEY SAT- .e
I SOTS.lart r !*ji.i< J-.V .. "'.... .jii'" ::-, '14 '- _f '" '..:...;.. .L" +.. :
tear That there is much sand here .. .. .. If/ !" ,:. ., 'r 'i- : 'tiauufacturer of and. Dealer iu. ,
fathers .
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ear talklttft; so r-t. ." .k', -- -, '., ... ....,,, "
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Earn takag fora gnu ",' even the children have lots of grit. .. "" ",i.,..-Ii.' ., ,,. ....,.. ""'"';ct" ,- .;\_."".'. '"""'.-\. f.t.f; j t} .r. :

,vaa. Tbtycmkadaeoa.tall,h estate. foqcttIq' 't, That unsalaried offi ces generally tht' -- '..,: .... '. ". oJ. .' .. ;.' : Wt,****.*lK-K .l:.: :

i fkejr bear oar eeaotrj tkreatcMd to seek the man. ,t .d'tl," '''w 'S. f":: YELLOW PINEI LUMBER

n' hfforetaafoe.,.,. :..t ''' .. .. _., .. &i1H> ,- ?. t.* ,
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That if trust. to luck for anythingt ; :r.( .; I ... -c&l::: -- ', t* ? .. '
aliA!!a M! 1t ; .. -Sf
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.. the Norte.ao tilt'tkey W. $ ".' t. you will be lnckvy if yon get it. l1 J : The ."., t.". -. .. oo:,, {,...i\1.t'-: .., : ,'

'Katrikeeae- ,. i f tkat: ,tkry.did i tkeicebarero.aatwer t1, That yon.must look out and not in fonew *I ; i : '. ; :;>' '/ :, ;', t 1 :-'I' .., .RndTimbeftm,

ideas ; EAST S 11' .
s'h p4tJIIJJI: t" .. .. '. f"'_ '' .
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lo more
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a lit done That politic'withont offices is not poi ; .
be I bra J\ ... .. t. <;\ Turned Work Scroll Work ,
V &0 1'0\ A f 'W ( : *tMouldings, Fancy :.
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ready rowand wait".. ," .. ; .. '
U Itics.That -" !i':. "'" ". : i. Pickots Lath Orange and Vegetable Crates.t .
la Ue can notoriety is hard to rid of.: : .i. J; t. ; .
p get ,.. .tlrft. ;rIn'CI ... "** .! :;,t! < . 9 tf- *. '' (. '*!. *
Wkeaf er tk e"'atc".w. That is ill-mannered '.. '
U. to walk between :':'' '0. ; : '1.r .
W..n .. .. .. JacksonvilleFlorida. '10.23.97
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$ a woman and a'milliner's window ': .. ';, "" t'f'.. .. ;: .. ,
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Cod bicea .... ,. .
Their oar poor old fstken. That it is the,.knowing how not 'to -. >0- -' tf at III ; .. e4 .
Late ere bcettas light, .
Bat taejr Bait slay u borne la.peace, .' spend money that'mdes men rich. '1' .. j .I/" ;: "

DUe wa veil g9 and fljtkt. That, now since it is claimed that J'7. ': of:'. F1diidf: :Yffer ;

ret eemitfy and the grand od flag has .t '. .. .. Tn Southern and Companyr
indigestion .
kissing cures Fuel
everybody .- +1 '
nan BiBiio&t of u aoaa, .A .sf .! "f'lu..., fot..t. 'r)(.' *; >+ J. 1:.....,.',.\. SUpply
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Wee Oily lit It r Tael tra pepdL .: .!f.M. :' < "- '.'1: ..i ";1Atq-'Lj ', ,.:... : I ,
TsfutWuthegnna .,, ..
That an epicure never ,cares for wha !yt- "
Gxa. a. Xowtar. -i !-WholeuIe And Retail Dealers In- ,
... ,r. he ought,to eat. j i,j rt .elI 11 .-.. .

Com '.......1.... I .,. I That it does not pay an actress to bi r.-t'J. \ f T! irarr' ,, ,M'. Ji3q2i1'tttL0 I Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Gem

..' accused of having an unblemished reUtatiOD. n A 1 .1 Jww ..... IiII. iii AAI 'a '

"Jar term of Dade County Court ent shingles and Laths.

coavtoed at Jan on Monday, Judge A. That a fence covered.with circus posters I AUYtLllLULOb 1 < :' ,'':'

B. Heyor preaidiaa There were prea is a bare offense.., .. .> Vitrified. 'Paving and Sidewalk brick'

at A. F, Qclmby,Clerk, R. J. Chhliog. Thatdt ii.harcer work: toTcgmpose a < .n .,

worth, Kisrifl.aBd the following attar.&eji squalling baby than a "Flagler Grand 'J.I .,,.R : \
: Pro*. AU' L L ri JF
Taylor Dr W. Much" : : '
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S.Graiu ,nL'O.TOriej.ofHiami, A.R.Sba That some folks. hung, up both their To'Settlf3ra in tKe 'way of Office' 408 West Bay Street .J"F.' '
ou.or Cocoanut Croft, C. c: t. &;
stockings and their bills. ... .. .,. ,. ..
C&tBIfixvorU of 4\oC t ,
AUtaU, W. I. Met ;It > "'" 3' > r; 4g ai J .
catf.. H. C. 8au4e..of West Palm1LeL That old maids-cin always tell you ,1: ( { :. '/ ,prn t' : I 1 ;O28.97tJacksonvilte, flot ida.

The f olio*la, were preaeot how children ought to be raised. -r '-:" PerfectClimate: :% XlProdudtiveSoil! ; '. .

regular jsron G. G. Strohm, W. B. That old maid's' children are always t-

Glean! Ceso Nichol!;, A.Otwell, J. G.. spoiled. .' : j :. Choice Fruit Lands,, ;" :Rich Garden-Tracts; '

Banet, W. C. Vie Carl Schrtbalck, That no one is content with his own 'New PIOCOSS"Blue'FlameOilStoves' '
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C. H. Miller tadJ.T.. Zer.Za r '"
condition. .' ''I'> Sugar Cane and Good Schools
o.a of State n D. Stager, the bond .,
That contentment and laziness are 9 f '
wu ttelaatt4; L. a HlUhcmse and L t .j .

I Colin II bondsmen; bead 115000, sear neighbors Tobacco: Areas; Plenty of Churchesand StandardUght'gCc'sVaporOUR Stoves ; .
8Ut. That the. Israelites are not.the only
I va Jan Powell oa charge I sstmIt std battery defendant found ones that have worshiped golden calf; countless EAST COAST AGENTS: \0.
ways.to earn a
I pIftolult. That the ones th"l: 'Christmas is the'* 'competency J H.Niver DaytonaWPShryock J C Frink Stuart

8tete vt jasset Pritchard; found guiltyof most for get the least benefit of it. : New Smyrna M E Gruber, West Palm Beach

anyUifj concealed weapons; fined That the cash.''profits of a country Frank T Badge Tit svilJe" M B Lyman, Lantana :,.
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Edward 'Cocoa' Stranahan & Co Fort Lauderdale .
Stiling, ,
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1540 aid oastt or thirty days b jail. ; newspaper are never, enough" to pay for COME TO' .DADE Geo F Paddison & Co, Eaa Gallie Jordan & Spivey, Lemon City .
Starts' Jasea prUchard plead pUtt the services rendered, -' .- Hodgson Broa. Eaa Gallie D R Knight Lemon City .
to atttult, and fined : AY W & Co Port Pierce Frank T .Miami '
$5.00 tad coati That there be lots of good fish to .. Hogg Budge, '
or thirty days hi Jail. may (. .. ; Geo B Coon, Jensen W W Culbertsoii, Cocoanut Grove
catch in the sea but don't see'any on .: '
we
,. 8t&tecl Florida. W. ,Kelley tad J. the beach. : I: .so' . of' \ .'t...:\\4 ,''. {: -';The D Co. ..
Raymond Knight
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for
astt fe&Iax within mile + or- i : ,
one
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of Uke That the white horse sign proves true : ..." ,.. ,":.,i '; .... .. .:'"H "1>- : ,
Worth Inlet; fond guilty and t I .. .... .
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aeaUseed to pay fiaci of SaG ad 'io,' even this town. ; \"...4"1M'. .. I' -- ., .'Tl'V: ; .....'._c ), !t SOLE STATE AGENTS,

mpe ivaly.Kofea That yon should never talk.about ';' \ :, .:. : ::, .:'_'. : "l o21.97' Jacksonville, Florida.Commission .

putt & Co., n Jae, LOT.cHB9otloa children in their hearing. ; "" -:- < '\ \ .' '' :. <\ '\"'';'" \ : ,.' _
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to act aside That a woman should nev.er.neglect :
jadgenteet by: < '
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defead&atfrtattd, and love to Imcd110III her husband for her baby. ...'}f"" J ., ,, '.. ,c-. __'"" : ,' : :

,'- by text role day allowed? : That every child is entitled to, andshould : ", '- _oF I .\. ,, r-'"' T, ," icmeO .:. '

.. ... t s it have a happy childhood.: ,..,._7":',.j I/',. -'& "' : 'Jf-' ., .. ,-'.. ,. ... : ....,,."'\,,'...;.--.'- .1808. NOONEY & SONS
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BaaaaetaThty u .. 'f. ,
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I" That many woman has to comb fifty ". t .,'.:?. f .. ." ,, :1];} J
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-",, an throwing boaqotu, at, the miles' of hair every morning-all her _....-;:" .,,: ',.-tv'4 Jv: .f': .
Snlb from all other diftsctloea. HereIltittdytd4s 1 ;, ff 1 F,4! !:i H'.i 'I r Z ..t !1t?:.,t' YSA1'ir iB...,) I Merchants
own.That 041! ,. ,. .. '
.(heiroel Boatoa Joaraal, toy man .thit don't agree with ,,. :,,: .. :)':. : ;;; '. :.. ." -, ', :' f
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feftmpkiSsyiBf: The Soath Ida aacaMtfjit you is nothing but an obstinate fool <- ,. ', "" }'" : .
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of loyalty tad aalty In thla,cri.ftk tayway. ; : .;r.ko- .;..:.I.I. :.: "' """":"" ;. -IMPORTERS- .

Well tfceaSd date the few tots That the .. :. .' ':ri
y honeymoon U simply the lull .
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ftereaata Ins the .r'E; """' : E I Foreign and Domestic /
Northern butts lithe before the rtonn. >: ..' : ; : \(, :
ftf tkat .( 4li oter the capital U oar '. : J-OrrAU': I ft i ;' .
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That, U it was ,not for. sinners Sam : ., .
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wt n Rep.kcXat .
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Jones would be unknown. ,_ Fruits and Produce
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tbia That Gruber sells the kind of .f.flJ .. .... ,
same .
ISM h peace or aowr : I', !411: .rr" II is'4-" .' ;... :: .. '

'!!t erst& q .people are for it,.andThealf poker that..some people, play games,with. : I \'" iii1r.fr 'f.., ".. ,.t.. WHOLESALE
std .we..t. aa YOice ba That should take better ;' .. 1\ GROCERS
yon care oi s..'..Y ., : .'.?_ ...,,,:. .' .f'. I 3yJ .1T
,fi,kcalataeapiii t your mother than ,your wife-ryon. catgut .. .1ft ., : <* .-. ..., ,':': ,
/1 two t... .... -( .....Sate. another wife. : :;'. (). ':Ad: t.' ., \l\ J :
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G THE PI.LJ.8 ,' 6T POLY IJtP; !,A BLOBIDl,1TUBSDAY. AP IL,7,18 8t: .
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I IS FAIR WOMAN FAIR? men censure woman for 'want at"taii '
I mindedness they seldom-land her for it* j jpoIIIe8SIou. oc n Steamship Oompany! Kingsland & .GOlstoo

[ They would .be rather drawn .
! IS .IMPARTIALITY ONE OF THE FEM to her pretty month than to anyrnomber ." rJ"WIISA l NI1AILINEt .. _.: ,"
..NINE'VIRTUES! of impartialities It might utter. A -

: .: mouth is.commonly eloquent to Jfff YOH& .>
pretty .. "- .Market 'f
:1' ears'though only i, Fld' -, : .jdi: Ho,:5 Fulton .
I Jute Heart BtwwM Indulge Xa a Dtonattoa their ; it ,may conyey r'- .
of .....'. Fair' Ulodedaew platitudes. They may rare about Intel. r3'SArt WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ALL RIND>S otF.:
:. Kfttter of t"empenmens-Ha.u.4Wom- lect.and. culture, but face and forma To.New York And :Boston.** : '.' '. '. ,. 'f
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win them much more. The_greatert professed "
i en's olalsas cm UullabJ.. adorer of mentality,the other : P .aii: 'Eide .to Sa n a Ttienee : :
IC W1.tt, M98 by the Author.] sex will often be found ia ardent pxa-

, f fK ft ; nit of a well tuned. ankle and an cndn- : A Short. Sea Voyage. ; ;florridaFish.-:
gatl':
lating
"' : from SaT/annaht. :
,;. Sailing .
r class of inveighagainst
': Freely as a large men .
I the inferiority; of women ,it .5 Ships Each Week 5 J: ,,' '.? -- ,
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habit mere exercise of .. :-;-
" seems mostly a a ( i- .;
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the tongue. The sexes are op thejwhole J. T"' r j' r .'" '.' :e
K I admirably adapted tome another, could o All'ticket agents: and hotels are supplied,with sailing schedules.' Write for gen- u .. : .t..:.
"'.1 (scarcely be amended to advantage. The enllcforinitioa;; salUng schedulcaf stateroom resmation, or call on ;, <"

Ii t I I wisest, the most harmonize learned men frequently with rE.: .H..HIl TOil.'Trafflc, 'Manager, 'WALTER;HAWKtNStfa. Pass. Agt., I' Cos 1stua-'sd.,Sol101tecL. ,. U4$41.. .. !
to' completely ;;
appear "
Jacksonville, FJa,, 3:IO I -
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" i LTHOUGHxnenand characterless, frivo1OU1Tomen.. ,An enthufiiafitio SAVinnib.Gf_ 1- ,. -.==- :
: women are TerrI admirer. of fair mindftdfles
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I much alike, hare might readily become riveted sod often .: : '., ; '' : ;'. -
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grown BO particular does to her who had no conception' of >, .' IT-. ",'- ': V NEWSEMINOLE HOTEL

Ij in the last 40 or 50 the meaning of the word. .. &
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years steadilygrowmore JTJKICS HEKBI Bsowirx. ,.. .- a cJ; 'O. ;-u
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and more so """, ',. ,.. ,. ,.' ,: ;; ., r o'C'c -
;J, with added ..... :-.. Only,Brick Hotel: : in' Town. : .
every THE ENGLISH BEDROOM.It -l' I .
year, many marked .. ., P". :." "'! 4"i.', f. ....." ,',;;' .1 .-" ,',- : y WESTPALMBEA-OHFLA.
difference remain between them'necesBiily Mean Comfort and Xleguet-A. : :' o,,_" ,',.' :- :.1.\ \... i-: i --'' /) = :
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in mind DO lea than body. In low Boom Described '" '' I'i''i ; ; : ; y. completed/built' ia the aaf %
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been
what I* known as fair mindedness they Let'us coniide r"aD Englishrbedroom,. PROSPECTORS, .-.I ,r;', c< 0 THE SEMINOLE() :Has*recently*manner,and elegantly furnished tItkdton :
distinctive than in ?
I are more perhaps It means comfort, elegance and thrift; .' :;
I, other trait of the higher order. It -. :. ; fronting Lake.Worth and commanding amagnikent, unob ted
I any or just as easily comfort, elegance land :- on high ground
i I is not assumed of coarse,that men as a costliness., There is nothing so attract. ,....,., ...... '.,.,...," ,'. '- ,-/, view each way. and guests enjoy perpetual breezes.frorn! all ;
.! KZ are fair minded and that women as lye for a guest chamber as a large.bedroom ( i ,;,. ::- : Cuisine and Service Strictly First-C1az3. :. 0
a IfS are not Nobody believes or ever and boudoir in one. The English "
,J has believed that. Very few men, compared name their bedrooms after ,the prevailing iNQUIRERSc Bates: {2 per day tn.up. Special Rates by the Week cr Nom. :

( with the multitude, are fair color used in their decoration; BO,* if tJtni Lt'f'J. ZAPF .
; minded; the fair minded man ia an ex yon please, we will :discuss a" yellowroom. ,', .' 9it' #.at' 'I''* ", GEORGE ;Manafip,;
caption, it often seems. Can anything "C Ll- -ftT ii.I --whamniircaagaBra
: bo said of ? It is not : *. O c d3VIUft:: ,d: TUE, : TROPICAL SUN --- : ;- ., .
more severe women If the wall is not inharmonious ... .
paper ,.... .. ... '" JAckS NYIUE. F :
\ my purpose to speak severely' of women with the'desired tone, of the furnish .' "'-:-::lorded( to the muzzle every week with Wt&ikiMiN ioRI9A'
when intimating that they are very eel- ings, it may be relieved without any 1 WlOU8AI.E- <
i den addicted to impartiality, breadth special treatment and to a peep of it just the information they want.

= t of view, fair mlndednesa. Such quality here and there there can be no objeo Try it and be convinced. : ;
does net, it 'would ,naturally belong FruitsandPr.oduce.
; appear tion. But the.angular area of the ceiling
t. to them. It is so opposed to a great must ,be rounded off.. Cheap/ e Subscription Price-1 year, $2; Six Months, $1; Three Months, 50 eta I --
; deal ia their composition that it does work is to be bought for the corners or ,
i not flourish it usually languishes CommissiOn-Merchaztis.: :
t ; a handy man about the house can supply 3--. .;' ,
f\; lacks nttenance, it perishes even if all that is needed.. White painted -.=t; -' ,',- : '
before it take root. .. .." : of and Ch ;
L planted- can fretwork, bamboo, oak or cherry finish uAl Fancy.. Grades, ftntteft e4e
Thus man continually affirms, and l :< ---- --
t concedes the 44 H / solid(Your Business.
many a woman point as a We .
} yule, but maintains .that she has impartiality ( \ from CCs :
,and Win Not fiU.orfen
We only solicit the bwsigesa or Yerehanw >
fair mindedness often, positive
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r.l. should buy from their home dealers. ; .; 7 """","
magnanimity in isolated cases ;
This last claim he stubbornly denies \\ ,
He' ii wont to declare that she is incapable .
i < of magnanimity under any and all New house; best accommodations on the ED. S. HA1NBS. L..u.uxa _-
f' circumstances; that it is wholly incompatible F"E' \CO HOTE'L: East Coast; table first-class and every -
with her constitution her temperament rI convenience and comfort; hot and cold tiAI'tES BOTI1ERS t : .

her destiny. He is apt to say baths; modern improvements; in center of the famous pineapple section closeto
4' cynically that parvanimity is her.char. I 1,* the Inlet; fish and oysters in abundance. jKaehiaists and Enjflee1
_- acteristic; that any one who looks to .wAN ,
her for impartiality, for fair mindedness 'f ,: > S
is pretty certain to be disappointed. Terms Moderate.J. -AGENTS FOR- ,
She cannot he continues,rise above
L. JENSEN
herself encroach suddenly, all at once, ENGLISH BKDBOOM. ,Proprietor, The: Gas Engine and Power Company

upon the masculine prerogative be two should be used,or even gilt-the darker JENSEN, BBEVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA. ;;Repair, Parts for their Motor in 'Stock; -
if distinct in The } '. ; .r>
separate, beings one. the tone the nearer it will seem to bring : ;
*Don't fill to at wh the Indian River.
S9 atop Jellies m visiting_ to-t6g1REYNOLDS'
laws of nature must be preserved. The the ceiling. Drape across from fretworkto -.'
new, the advanced, woman-the womanof fretwork, or if you have full comerS Construction and Repair of. Intricate Machinery a'Specialty.-. rfr',
today-is indignant at this sort of drapery may be omitted. Use yellow f,(, ..I
:' talk, will not listen to it, pronounces it Japanese silk, or if too expensive paper ','
the result of ignorance, prejudice, pure the apace inclosed by fretwork with cot: &; TOLL OUR .SPECIALTIES: t .
misogyny. She is prone to be at one extreme ton crape in white or yellow. .

_i the sarcastic, railing man at the For the floor select a fine plain mat .,AND DETAIL DEALERS IN Repairing.... Installing... :
other. The truth probably lies betweenthe ting and a Japanese cottoning. It if i 'WH9LL ,
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two. Gas, Gasoline Naphtha,Kero- Complete Isolated, Lighting
not desirable to have a too pronounced '
What intelligent, unbiased reasoning the but "Ul1lDcI sene Vapor; Hot-Air and and Pnmptng.Plaats for do;
yellow on floor yon Steam Engines, and Scales of : mestic operated by gas, -
highly educated men and women these rugs in white and old gold color qtislt 'eys6S1'S: QnGr21 all makes and capacities. gasoline, steam or water. .' .
t substantially agree upon is likely to be ing. Have :window shades of white hoi ., .
t veracious of the sexes and must carry land and curtain the lower panes with Inv.ntoJla' JJodels Constructed uilth Stevcty and Dbpattb.
I, I weight What do they say, the moderate tightly shirred .silk. I would suggest i
and the clear of visiou? They are sheborri comparatively new fabric and c'fZ1'tls. .
; the picked ones, the individuals, the having a yellow ground and maallde- Office and Works'l 11 oluiIIe plorida.The .:
:, : visibly discriminating. They grant woman signs in white. 1021.97 Foot f Liberty Street Jacl\} :
i no less than man that her life, her Choose brass bedsteads of iron with .SEE/ViOE. aWIB A. DAY.,
disposition, her training her constant brass trimmings, painted white. In Eng : .
experience tends not to impartiality, to land these steads-ate to, be.bought with We catered to the best trade last year and '
fair mindedness which she is disinclined swinging rods at the head;;from which are folly prepared to do so this season.
( to value properly or appreciate fully. drapery is hung.. By day it is disposed ..' Jacksonville Fertilizer Co ,
Fair mindedness is not in her view, a artistically over the pillows in place of ,
shining attribute, does not primarily pillowshams, at night swung back SPECIAL ATTENTIONIS
I appeal to her, is not commonly ranked flowing against the wall. This drapery .
,,: among the feminine virtues therefore should match the window treatment.An y E. SUDLOW Gen'l Manager. .
GIVEN TO ORDERS$ FROM ,
c Ii I I not to be cultivated by her. Woman is Aleppo bedspread,all silk and linen ,, .
I spontaneously attached to what stirs, embroidered, may be found in harnjo- .
: enkindles her vanity as man is supposed nious colorings for about 'J&; But a .. The East Sides Pineapple and Vegetable' fertilizers ;
: j to bo what evokes his pride. Her simple white one would look very pretty '
most estimable qualities are frequently with the yellow draperies. If yon use .
( : the defects, as they are regarded of her white, select a comforter in delicate WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. 11.4.97OF.PIOE Ammonia 5-6 per cent. I Ammonia S-6 cent.
per
11 i virtues, or it may be the virtues of her contrast to lie at the foot.
I I defects. She is a creature of emotion of The English dressing table ,has a Available P. A. 4-S per cent. Available P. A. 68'p'cr cent.
I sentiment of affection. If she were always swinging oval glass and is usually Potash K. 2 O. 7-8 per cent. I Potash K. a O. 9-10 per cent.

impartial strictly fair minded, placed in a bay window or before another .
I,,I I she would have much less of those feel- available one so that the light PATRONIZE THE SUN JOB Cotton peed Meal and tobacco 'Mixed, in equal
:' i I ings, would bo much reduced in her i ii may fall full on the dressing figure and .
k i power as a. woman, would be less attractive I .the glass have room'to swing in the al ..Quantities, .
1. less lovable. She does not feel cove. The table but for one little draweris
that she can lose anything of her attrac- hollow underneath and is draped to 0_" Special attention given to private formulas. '
tion, of her lovableness, without seri the floor all the way round. For this 12-16-S7' te-Send for Pamphlet ld prices.; W. F, ARMSTRONG, JR., Agent:..
1 I ously impairing the beauty and benignity use swiss muslin over yellow silk or ,
of her ter,'and rather than that she cambric. To be very-economical use a '
would prefer to perish, to be totally ob simple deal table,.drape it and bang Ifflnivi1! Miami, on Bay Biscayne,'Florida

literated. Every woman is, to her own above a dainty mirror. Give'the washstand 98 < if BARGAINS. f 98TT TT0 t e il I II j IH S III | The Most Southern Railroad Point ia >
I ideal, a goddess, and in such contemplation the same treatment. If the draperybe rW> *J
( however exaggerated, she reaches made to part like curcaini,'the little . the United States..
t her highest happiness. drawer maybe reached with ease. .TW TT.T..T .TTT.T.TTTT.TTT : .T..T.TT Accommodations for 200 Guests. Hotel Homelike and Comfortable.

Men who ever speak scoffingly ofwoman's An English bedroom is seldom without We Have a fittt Stock of Ladies' S GRAHAM '
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13016-97 .
lack
of impartiality, of her a wardrobe. Its doors are mirrors
want of fair mindedness, would not exchange to reflect the full length figure. The -

coquettifibness, her charming open fireplace is another distinctive feature. ? Tlf t ;I. ,; aced., Gents''Shoes'. ., '.. IIIIIIIIs. .. .... .... ..... "
k I waywardness her graceful duplicity to In winter it is filled with blazing .'f.i. : .k. J U. U. Ht.NUKIUK50N :
have her an Aristides in petticoats logs to greet the coming guest. In summer Ladies' Dress Goods oUr Specialty. ,
They seem to think they reimburse drapery from the mantel concealsit
themselves for the follies they commit On either ride the fireplace have an Mrs. Frank w U be here fork week or so and General Merchandise.
and the worship they pay her in privatefor upholstered armchair covered with .
their harsh criticism of her in pub- brown holland piped with yellow. will offer you Special Bargains. .
lic. They do not care what her faults There is a new armchair that would dc Wholesale Oils :
may be if she will only be agreeable to to place beside the bed. It is picturedhere JL Present with Every Dollar's worth Gasollnes 760. and, 86 :Salt It Groceries Puuwuuw&Hatt I
'I them. Their prodigious egotism will for. Egyptian and very odd,'back and ,
Rive everything to her vanity so long as seat concave, arms pear, shaped. .n. is purchased at theBOSTON
it spares their own. They relish prais upholstered in silk velours.peacocks and Caps Shoes Dry GooaY Seeds Trains ,
.
ing her for her nobleness her independ the broken stemmed lotus flower in flesh -
ence, her elevated spirit but is it not pinks yellows greens and olives on a : STORE '
chiefly because they love to hear themselves dark dove ground. It is to be boughtfor Semi lades: Haiii m.: : ;
talk? They emphasize their ad. $9. ..
nitration of her but they would much Dress like your fireside armchairs the MRS. J. ';FRANK, Prop'r. Agent for Mapes'and William&CUrk' -
rather lore her, and while they love her indispensable divan, and be sure among '0rt0rse

they think little of admiration. There its yellow and white and old gold cushions Seminole Block, on Banyan Street, WEST PALM BEACH. Anti-Friction Iron .
are no women in "Plutarch's Lives. to have one of the beautiful transparent 11+97 Marine Railway
They read that once and an erotic romance ; Moorish cloth. It OOD striped For Boat 75 Feet In Length and Under.
a hundred times. The heroines i with china blue, red, brown and olive Steamers -
''they delight in have figured for awhileat on a pale ecru ground interwoven with
least, in their own hearts and would gold. The material is 60 inches wide "Lake Worth" and, "Gladys" '

'bardly A woman be heroines who is anywhere the incarnation else. of and of a|yard 1.50 to per make,ard.-a It nice takes cushion.thre-eightha Makeit IRRI G All 0 N t If pineapple you you with are to field thinking coyer orange and of full irrigating grove information, send your me of truck size what of farm area you, On Lake Worms

magnanimity and whom most men pro- up over white. want and I will be glad to famish all information Schooner"MARY B." regularly between-Lake Worth and Jacksonvllls '
flounce impossible they would not as a When the sun.comes into your yellow desired and give estimate of cost. Free Boat
Delivery Lake
on Worth.
; rule fancy at all. They would be repelled room you will find it produces a
by her in the concrete. If she soft mellow effect that is conducive to J. G. CHRISTOPHER, 12.1.91 Lake Worth Florida.
: I should appear to them,in the abstract the securing of a perfect complexion Mill
I only, they would be sure that she had Yellow, while possessing many other Machinery and Supplies. -

an aquiline nose,a craggy chin a slight pleasing effects, wears well. Irrigating Machinery Specialty. $ucri C"o
1 i mustache and It bass :voice. Often ai i Lams A. Nom gash JACKSONYUA& FW1DA. O for Sun.It .

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THE gBNDAY SCHOOL BICYCtES'r ;fpoJ -AND.... '". PROGRESS' oh- ; / : i-: ... ': :., .;.':i.t. .. ool'u, T-";G< v--ti'i&t'i.-: > f;,.-' : .
*" Cory Directory AI G. B;BTEPHE._ :::?; ,
Bow the O.<4.B oda Caiue.XB Aided:byUw ,W.J.SHONE _"_ -_._-_' ,-,. : 1 : : ; i J
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U380N II, SECOND QUARTER INTET*- Silent Steed. f. i -.W f"f-l *" rf -** --
-7 .. I** ;1 COCOACPLUM.MBS. ,
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NATIONAL SERIES, APRIL 10 Franco 'tai. just completed a bicyclecenaas OFFICERS. I EAKETT OBENCHAIN.A. ,,,?

which, 8hows >>329,813tbiQycles in J. P. LAMOND .- ...__"",--Ka'Or ... F,,UNU.._- ._......__. ..--8Q., :
.B.GLENN__.___ ..: wclatE "' -'" L+ >-
use in ihat'comi try,.'an increase of 73.- J.U. LIVINGSTONAnt8lQr .)_ a EVERGLADE, .
fnft+ .f Ite Tnani. Bert zW,1J-X. 734 the previoaa : It is able to UEO.1L MALTBY....._........._..,..._Tre.lurer MIWNIEM,' Y .: __Iut
over. year. .
art Tae 1 Golden Text I Cor. make such .a census aa- the bicycles are ED. A. GRAHAM .....;.?:;.;...;..'...;. WtlC.f1SBhLi- ::;;. ?. : .. '

x.., "...F1fJ'tf'f'''',.::". .. ... .Jtn. ; J).JL, taxtd and registered Tbe total ia large, LJNTON. :
-. BOARD OF,ALDERMEN. W.. n. nO JJS" .... ......
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lilt I bntlesst,, than) wart expected, when we ,. ". ;...?..._, .:.-,.._.:_, ..;.--..;?_.} ...

(ctprritat. its )7lka.tarna: 1 consider how much one hears of cycling GEO.W. POTTER._____jj. Presldent ... rt 'BOt" .... (... .:r' : .
Wa bare our choke of two lessons for to- IJithatCOUDb'1. There is only one bicycle [OHN B. BEACH.- ._.:.'...A; S. LAMOND )fAUDGRE'at'' ?_- :- ':='_.__ .

...ettter the regular! lesson in the series, {or every 120,people, but of course 1EO..'A.STRAWDERUAN S.ADAMS._.._.CARL 8CHRXBN1CK L. BRANNING CHA8.W;(JI; RCE....._-.. ..;.;...aoperyl I > .

Kalb. >tj'I1s or tfeto resurrection leean the _bicycles ore unevenly divided, and Council meeting on the 1st,and.3d, Tpe layln. ," JPA&M BEACH. ;
I bet M feo.tetter.which wa choose>, Is Paris boasls probably of 100,000 of them. each month;at 730 p.m. MISS I* DEBOGOUT.m_..:_l.In < ..

brief section we can with, great"profit In this new field, the manufacture of E.N.DIMlOK.-..i ?.?.:.. ,,,--.t5upe '

devote a third of our space to th* former. bicycles the United States has easily Directory CQLOKKD.

Having warned Ills dladplat against thaleaven led and controls a considerable County ANNIELIGHTBOURSE.. :%. '
or fato doctrine of the Pharisees propor 1
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19 Jt I1J'el'!
tnd Bafldoooq,Redrew torn Simon Peter tion of the world's bicycle' trade. The COUNTY OFFICERS.A. J

the eoafeaaion, "Thou"'art the ChrI ,,'the American bicycle is to.be found everywhere E. HEYSEIL.. County JnJgef : .

Boa of dw living God." ,This Jesus said, ,, Honolulboastl cf 1,500 all of :J. QUIMBY..Circuit Court Clerk :
was a revelation to Simon from the Father American'make-a very large number, LoBT.: R. TAYLOR.--. Prosecuting Attorney 'the Onjy) Coffee, Mt '
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R. CHILLlNGWO_ .. -Sheriff
tad was tha foundation oa which ,He considering how small a town it is. C.C.J.HAIGHT..:...Tax;:AssessorT. .
would build His church, which He now With bicycles go good roads and in .J. UAUDEK: ......... ......Tax Collector In tin'Ma ie.;
tteotkas for the first ,time and only on this ,respect they are the advance ]r. F.LAMOND.........................TreasurerF'RANKLYNSHEEN..Saneyor ,

.. other oocaaloa (Math'zvlll, 17). Ha agents' of civilization and progress. Z.r.MERKI ._..SnpU Pablia_ Instruction } :
then'*) tern plainly thus U. *"" fD1fer J. D. & R. D.
and dls. had lisa from the dead:the tb1rdPr Take the,case of, Central ;America and COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.

and. when ,?eter,.tanght.by aatan, Nicaragua,; for instance. The Nicaraguans N.W.PITT8 Chairman.........Lake Worth Jicijonvlllc, Florida.
objected to this Christ then taught the 'some .time ago took quite a G.W. LAIN ) .Palm Beach .. .. !a

tlletplel that not only was death the only fancy to the wheel, and a large number E.W.J:J.;.WHITE.SHONE ..... ...............Cocoannt......Lemon Grove City CHOICE TEAS, )

way fee EI i, btu Jbo. onlyjray for .jthemtoaaSaJogowsr of American make,were (shipped there. W. S.TANCRE........_.?.....__... -Kobe Sound PURE SPICES; V, 'OUR. :
*. :After His resurrection There are no roads ,worth calling by Commissioners meet regular session on. S J. : << t
He altod their'attention to the fact that name in the southern republic, andthe' the first Wednesday in each month.COLN7YSCHOOL FRUjrtEXTRACTS: .
bait aH till prophete had taught'tbls. ;
iafft JfQ Cools and slow of heart to believe natives were confined to bicyclingon BOARD. Paper, paper bags, butter dishes {; <
an that tile &phdI bYe spokenl/; a few of the streets of San Juan del SUPERINTENDENT op PUBLIC 1NSUV'CTION.. and other grocers' sundries.'
Ought
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Z.T.MERRITT Lemon. Ci&J1UCJ
Bur and the beach 'but liked the ? -
they Receipt
sot Cteift to have suffered these things : BOiBD. All. Coffees- -.. Roasted--...... After- '* of. .... ;
ID4 to enter into His glory?",(Luke xxivM exercise so much that they are demand J. W. J JACKSON'halnnan.Cocoinnt UKS or SCHOOL GroveW .-

M.) It is the great truth Which is ever ing better roads to use their wheels .on L. WIDM EY; & ,_..................JnpiterJ. : ; "
Maffffoken. 17 tba Spirit through Pad and, aret likely to get them.If W. COMSTOCK..;_._...West Palm Beach I '

M when he says: "1'am crucified with the BO called "craze" keeps it : .
: up FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.
C&rief EermLekMlliTB SEEDS111
.jetnotL.bnt will give as good roads throughout the
ChriflVTatB 1n ." "We who ,live HEMBEBS FKOU DADS COUSTT. .
ahr delivered me unto death for Jesus'sake are world.'There.is even reason to hope that: 8.N.DIMICK, Palm Beacb.................Senator I
f R.B,POTTER,W Palm Beach Representative .
it will stir sentiment Fresh New Crop Reliable.
thai &.w. also of Jesus might be up >public in as. ,. :
.... tnmtfent. ia, oar, mortal flesh" Louisiana in time and give us some- 1731.. : t I

.....1 liay.bow ,fin, and the powerof thing.better than the almost impassable State Directory Varieties. best adapted to 'Florida."Special ;
RJantprnetion, and the fellowship of highways we have here for the, greater '''' A. Attention' given' to

His sufferings,:being made:conformableladea1 part of the winter.-New Orleans EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. East Coast Trade.
tts/0 *(OaLtJ, 90; II Cor.IT, 11: Times-Democrat.' .. !
ttfl.W.10)s .
L,MAad when l'the Sabbath was past w. D.BLOXHAM. :GoTernor Mail Orders Receive Prompt:' }! |

,Haiy afafdtlana,and Manr;tha mother o< ODD WHEEL NOTES.The JNO.WU. H.L. WLAWFORD..Secretary REYNOLDS.. ...........COmptroller of State L. CAMERON : '
Jams, aad Salome had bought sweetaflees JAMES B. WRITFIELD..Treasurer I ; .
IbM 4bey might come and anoint promoter cf the late six day race \VY.B.LAMAR...... ..Attorney GeneralW. The Pioneer Seedsman of Florida. }: .

....'!:T4eAa women load Him.,followed held at .Pittsburg will, have'. to make L.B.WOMBWELL. N. SHEATS. ......Snpt.......Public.('.olb.Agriculture Instruction 11-197 JACKSONVILLE I >
Kim and mrotrtared unto Him. Thereto good a $1,000 deficit PATRICK HOUSTON.....Adjutant GeneralW.
wateUd Him to the end andaw His body H.MILTON JR........... Surveyor-General .
laid.to.rest in Joseph's tomb, then ieJll'tllal'Cld04 It is aid that high grade wheels will Offices at Tallahassee Florida.
.seaad and ointueUZ be sold this season as low as $25, while

paid aaete. the Sabbath day according to absolutely no cut whatever will be PASCO....U.....S.....SENATORS....................Monticello LB. : .
the OTBflVtnrtTnmrt I (Luke "<", M, 68; made in the chflMffi,wheel S.R. MAI.LORY................ .....Tensacola v.." 'J .,
ICark XT;41). In them and their ministry
is the for ivjassaF. :
What
gear any person
.proper _
II lees: devotion to the manl : .
I
gnat Him : d
.must always be a matter of experiment U.S. WNGRESSMM. : !
farting af teoa aDd heartfelt Jove bat In ,
'.Observing dealers say that the BOBT. W.DAVIS........................Palatka ) k : >. -; J..r .' '.,
.>tUa pate their km lacked faith for had QjI : .:
t 8. M. ;t. :
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Ibsy believed His oft repeated words that ;average for men la'now- running be N..f..T.m ,,! "O''f.. ,. '

H*would rise 'againe third day they tween 72 and 78. .'i> : ._
SUPREME WURT JUDGES.M. "
vmUaotfeara prepared to anoint Hlf Dr. Nansen the arctic explorer, when .
deed_alt that;dt1. H.MABRy................... .Chief Justice m:Jacksonville Flu
he left this'country recently took with F.B.CARTER............... Associate Justice ,
&And the
in day of pert the early In morning the him to Christiania two American bicycles R. F.TAyLOR............... ,- -.1' '
week they came unto the
eepukher at the rising of the son." But 1 a chainless wheel and a tandem, .
for the use of himself and his wife. .
tbey came;looking lor what they would R. R. COMMISSIONERS. 'CODISSION

tm1n ,|qr. ey had no authority to look I In the mileage competition of the R. H.M.DAVIDSON'Quincy Fla.Chairman ,

fell body.in A ,tomb. We mar be Century Wheelmen of New York for H. E.DAY..........._.............?...?..GainesvilleJ. : :

that we shall find everything 1897 62 members covered the necessary .M. BRYAN..._...._.....?...?.......?KlsslmmeeJGHNI Fruit" and i :
He has said and therefore Veget 'bl
it befleifitt&f
zaetly as i distance to entitle them to mileage bars ? NEE1.EY.JB.Clerk..... .._Arcadia. .- :
to hold feet these words: "I beHave I :
bar for each Headquarters and offices of the Board at Tallahassee. I
wall one being presented 2,000 .
F God,'that it shall be even as it Corisignments .

5' fold, me" (Acttxxril ::5). I miles. -m-= '- ,". .. .'" .. i : ; : : : :: ;: ; : : .
S. "And said J { __.f". ; ;
they among-themsclres, Charles McClave, the youthful skater -*- .. -..J"4>;s-..,.'.."."- ,, f ._ : :
Who shall roll as away the stone from the who has been doing such good work on GenerarDirectory;

door of the acpulcherf" Had they,been the ice this winter, expects to do middle .. "Honesty and Fair- Dealing". Our Motto.31'a
scat of God this errand r.1 :
eonselotttty on they COURT CALENDAR
distance paced racing on the wheel next Customers Sure to Get Their i
might have had the comfort Deut xxzi Money.
Ramer. He ia a sturdy fellow about 18 (Seventh Circuit.), ... .
I John 4, but He had not them
; x. '' sent old.Judge J .D.BRUUM.............,..'.circmt Judge. Established in Jacksonville :
bth ibis tUna It was in itself a'good yean J. D.BEGGS_ ..................Stnte's Attorney .
work they had in .view,unit great loco was Hazen, in the state district SPRING TERM. for,iteven Years. w .. :,.;.. '
ia it and they wcra true disciples, but uu.C'I'IDd .
court at Topeka, in a decision just rendered OscwU County. 1st Monday in March.
was not of Ood, It was a labor of holds that a bicycle is a tool and Orange; .. M Best of' References Famished. ;
lore but not work of faith(I Thess. i, 8), Lake 4th ," ,
If & essential to a man's profession or occu- Volusia Jd April. .. ; .
! we walk in the good works He has prpaied .rn.
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for as(Eph.! U, 10)). we shall do well pation and that as such it is exempt Bre1'ard"" 4th"
Dade 1st Monday after 4th Ion-
1 jrat all others however seemingly good, from execution. ,A citizen's bicycle had day in April.

, may turn out to be vain works and Jusf been levied upon to collect a judgment. FALL TERM. ; and ; .

; nothing tar He said,"Without Me ye can Guy L. Scott of Des Moines, one of Osceola County let Monday in October. fed Spanish(

j do nothing" (John XT, 6)), which take to the few armless men who can ride a bicycle Orange 3d .. U ,
4 teach ,that not only will our work be Lake 4th '. e
almost well if he had two
::1 J nothing without His blessing, but it will as as Volusia .. 2d ", Nov ancy .
good hands, wishes to negotiate with .
: be aa.nothing unless He hM done it all Brerard 4th "
man situated like himself for a
1 from the first. any
: let Monday after the 4th Monday "
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; 4.,"A.D4M1 looked they saw match race at any distance between one in November. : f' Pineatt1S.
that the stone rolled for it was miles. Scott has ridden miles S
was away, and five .. .....
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tery great" It had not been rolled away m S:88. U.S. LAND OFF ICE.J. .f ; .

that Ha might come forth for a nsurreo .M. BABCO .........................Register
} tka body regards no obstacles. Neither THE BICYCLE POETS.Dear N. D.WAINWRIGHT..Recelve.. Slips nd SuckersFor
, 'had Is been rolled way that they mightIaCDmpUsh Offices at Gainesville Florida. ... _

-1 they ,aIn view, the woman sow ia cleaning house Bale cf the Following Varieties.,vi i&'
! anointing wHia body but angel bad Aad 'Us not strange she should. GO F'T SIGNAL SERVICE DEP Abbaka Porto Rico,

.i come from heaven and rolled back .thsstoce She thus has time to ride her wheel J. W. CBONE.......,.Observer Smooth Cayenne
I ,(Math. zxviU, S) that they might M soon as roads are good. Observatory at'npiterInlet. .
see and believe that He meant just what _-chicago Record. Egyptian Queen,

! B said when He told them that He would When the bloomer girl ia seen GOVT.LIGHT HOUSE SERVICE. Ripley Queen, Golden ; :
i visa again tho third day.' Blessed are they I With a gay and reckless mien White Antigue.
1 that have not seen and-yet have believed Swiftly spinning on her model Light House at Jupiter Inlet.

1 I (John n. 8, !9)). Ninety-eight, JAMES A. ARMOUE.............. ..Keeper .. .Pernambuco' .

1 a, "And entering Into the sepulcher Get your light topcoat from it pawn. J..A.A.PINK.WELLS.4.letAssistantJ. .. .....,.?. ...2d. Assistant 4tk *
For you'll want to put on, ,
: they saw a young man sluing on the right : ? Early delivery canbemade part of :
When find that ia here. :
- aide clothed In long white garment,and you spring fruit trom this Plantation having. been
fate. -
As aura as last month. Apply to
I they were affrighted.". By comparing the Boston Traveler.A DISTRICT SCHOOLS. '
1 accounts is clear that there were two an- -.,.-- 'CC.. MATTHAMS,
J .. ls-eome saw one inside and one out- clatter on the attic stair LEMON CITY. :;
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l :S&e,and.Again both were inride Thereis Small A tramping feet that overhead. here and there R. E.McDONALD.............................Prin.lpa1MISS Florida Pineapple Company 1
i i no ;Discrepancy or contradiction. To scamper M. A. MCDONALD........._......Assistant
With swift and tread- 5- 1.97 West Palm Beach
a lend two is generally His way. Two went noisy E.L. WHITE..........., .........Supervisor ,
I hear a scrambling by and by
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1 with Him to visit Abraham and to rescue The sound of merry squeals POTSDAM.

Lot Two were sent to the heavenward And know that from the attic high L. P. K1DNER............................Inatructor. : \
jSjasJog disciples. The.twelve and the sevMJty They're taking down the wheels. R..R. FRAZIER...................:.Supervisor ; I
.j < were:sent by twos. Sometimes! He -cleveland Plain Dealer. NEPTUNE. !Jew tore

j scads but one as when He sent Gabriel, MISS IRENE RICKARDS...... ....Instructor ,
tf when Ha toot Philip from Samaria to The meanest thing earth can reveal, .......?.....?...?.................?...._....:... Supervisor
'j j .. ffeMrlftTK. 3t Is a road hog mounted on a wheel.L. JUPITER Jew goods t
A. W. Bulletin.
I -"And ha with 'unto' their Bo not MRS.W. A. H. HOBBS..?..............Instructor
i affrighted. Ye seek. Jesus.of Nazareth J. A.ARMOUR.....................Supervisor
which was'crucified. He l risen.. Hell Let the Ladles Compete.
not hen. 'Behold 'the place,where they JUNO. !Jew Inces..... ::: ; i : '
, Ik has been suggested that in order.to ANNIE E. G. METCALF... .. .......Instructor .. :
t laid Him.1* They sought. Ignorantly, but do full and ,complete justice to the A. E. HEYSER ..............?...?....Supervisor .
j slnc sly, and those who,seek find. The We welcome all our old friends and
ladies of the L. A. W. "that ladies MANGONIA. patrons,andcordiallyipvitestrung-
word to such is "Fear not" There '
even : should .be allowed to compete at raceme MISS ROSA JURE r.................... luftfcctor '. era. to f Mldt UIS. ". .
those
is no ground of fear to who are in GEORGE S. ROWLEY... ......... Supervisor
under sanction for be
Him, and from Gen :zv, 1, to the end of ta prizes to Watches, Clocks Jewelry and .-
.the story it Ja ODe oft repeated:"Fearnot given to meritorious riding, competitorsto WEST PALM BEACH.L. ....Optical Goods : '
; be divided into two classes HINDRy................??....?. _. principal
"Ba believe "Rave faith according ,
not afraid only ; LULU AXGEVINE......_....?........ AssissUnt Fine Watch and, Jewelry t'
in God." The ground of all peace,',bowweves to their use of drop or diamond frame D. R.INGERSOLL..Supervisor "
Is Jesus crucified and risen. Neatly and Satisfactorily Done. ;- -
machine, the competitors to do such I COLORED. :

7. ,"But go your way, tell.His disciples riding and perform such movements aawill I.J. E. JONE, .. ...?.._......._.__.Instructor, Only Opticians in the City. Byes te <.
And Peter that He goeth,before you unto best &bow tiOIl" gracefulness D.R.L"GERSOI.L..Supervisor free, by latest approved methods. The
Galilee. There .shall ye .see Him as He : ; po store will be in charge of Prof. Frank : :
said unto In Math zzviii 7 it ease motion, style and general knowl- LANTANA. Graduate Optician of King's Optical.
.i you. is edge eif.!handling a wheel,amounting or MRS. GEO. LYMAX..?.... ........Instructor loge New York. -
"Go quickly and telI.ODe has said that '
A; \V. UAR ETT.... >..?.... .. Supervisor: Dally Papers.and Pufodisals.G. .
$ watchwords of.Christianity are:-"Beis dismounting, right and left'turning. riding .
risen. in circles ankle action and the like. ELLIOTT KEY. :
I Go telL Wehavenottoj&akeup W; IDNER & .SP 1
JAMES C. HARRIS..U.lnstnict0f. ;
L' a Una story and put In perfect form'anddeliver "';'New York World. R.H. THOl1P ON..??..?.. .....?..?Snpertisor. 1st b south Russell& Co.'s Drug :,J
., it in eloquent language, but go +.<
e Seminole Block. Call onus ()-
BELLE FLORA.L.
where and when Ha sends naiad in His :; :,;;i. '
Another.New Chainlets. F.KIDNER........_....__.......?.....Instructor.R. ... : .! '
1 Iw4lda troll of Him. His ,own jnessage to.Mary Still another chainless bicycle of new .R.. FRAZIER.?..........__....?...?.Supervisor. : ;
was, "Go to My brethren and .say OTICE OF CONTEST. :
unto them, I ascend unto My Father and( driving gear device was placed on, the BISCAYNE.E. N ., Y t.

i year t Father, and -to My 'God and your market recently. The transmission ,of LEE........_.........._.._?.____ Instrurtor U. s.LAND OFFICE AT GAIKESVILLK, :FLa .
_a -God" (John u, 17). Ha told her the very 'power is effected by, a revolving shaft 1\PAGE WILSOY..I'Superrt -. -- larch%!, J808. (

1 words to 1&1. ..Rhcnin answer to the cry connecting the sprocket wheels. The CUTLER. i-, by Complaint Bratow having Williams been against entered: at Leeman this :

"Whom shall J.send and who: will go for ends of the transmitting rod have roller ADDIE LEE DAMON _._..InstruetWM B.rd'tol' abandoning.1dl.ll onestead -

1 ,W",Iabh 1&14 i Here am I; send me.". pins engaging in the sprocket the teethof ."'UZZ.ARD.._?__..????? Supervlso No.:15,777. dated September l3, l3, "

.. -And they went out quickly and fled! which are slightly curved and rounded. MIAMI. Section EnfSW.Sec.S4Tp S.1"ownllhJv; 41Sooth 4OS..uiN;RallJe U ,

; Iron the stfoleher.for,they trembled and The.roller pins have a taper toward IDA F.MERR1TT.?_._?._._..Principal in DaiteCouaty, Florida with a view
*tn' .asuued;neither .ald.theyanything' the free end to allow action AMY M.MANN.... ....__ .....__..Assistant .e&nooHAtiol. o(said entry the said
; to any=aza.t r they Were afraid." Perhaps perfect T.N. GAUTI E...?..??;_Supervisor hereb/summoned to appear nt Jnnn,
-: if they bad been walking and serving when the wheel is in motion. The driv- before the County Jmlge,on the

'by faith that" might not.have been afraid,. ing mechanism entirely exposed; butthe '. MRS.N.L. JACKSON COLORID........._..;._Instrotcor I 9th Day of Mag, 1898,
1 bee WJB had t* r.look at.home: How Is it claim is made that it is self clean A. C.LIGH BOURNE._ ._ _.?Snperrtaor at 10 'c) ck.A.f.?to respond and IUI'D

'*Uhae?Am;I without fear going quickly Sag and; 'therefore.does not require to be LEESVILLE. timony The case concerning will 00 heard Mid allejred this.office'

ly to ten the good news whether (will tacJoBed.} Thewheel is.listed at $100,,- : : 188.! J. M. BABCO
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COUNTY. SCHOOL. BOARD PROCEEDINGS. Mrs G B' Stephens Feb"19.._".""" 4000.. : :- : .- --

t 2nca4 I. New York TailOring Co( Is. Rosa Fbrrey,'Feb 19 M.-..........".-:..: *0 00 c ;f t : -

; nq.i! Lula Angevine- Feb 24.: ......... __ 40 00 :
MIAt.a, Ft*.,' April 5, 1898. 1 F Hindry,Feb 24.................._...... 50 00 .. : ;
Popular Price Tailors.Suits Theregular meeting of ,the; 'School Mrs N ItckBon, Feb 28-.. ,......-..._4000 Colien n Brotliergi r
....... ... >> : Board was held at this place. Present, JnoS DavisFeb281-: ;-r-------......._ 4000

WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA. J. W. Jackson, Chairman; J. W.. Comstock Ada F Merritt March 1._ ....-.......--. 50 00 .
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W L. Widmeyer and Z. T. ,Mer- Amy.M Mann, March 1 iI i-: -- -
,. to"order $16 $20. Edith Hunter March 1..-...-.. ....-.-... 40 00
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ouyLNTcF itt, Superintendent.The Mn H S Hobbs, March__....__ 2000 Dry Goods Hous:
,. V ./ :Lii\J' minutes of last meeting were read Jeannette-Obenchaln,March 8.4000 I 11 Popular

EDITOR AND MANAGER. Trousers to. ordqr, $4 aijd $5. and approved. The .Superintendent Mrs Geo Lyman, March 8.............,..... 4000' Horida. i -
'" submitted the following report: Mamie May,March S.-.-.__ 4000 1 .Jacksonville,
Eugene Lee. March 12..... ._ 40 00 : '
YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION $2 "I visited all the schools in the north R E McDonaLd March 12.-.......... ........ CO 00 I / Goods"in t

Samples: and Measuring Slants end of the County, except Nos. 6 and 17, J'EJone, March 12 ..... -............... 4000 The Leading J :;

,I.'II" sent by mail. : .. bund the attendance in some of the Irene Bickards,March 12..._ ........... 4000 .

schools small. At Lemon City the attendance Lnba DeBogory.: March 12........_._ 4000 TI
Annie EG, M tcaU. March 12_.......... 4000A tie State :
P r =r gaTpgMiVr wtS.so small on account of--so C LIghtbonrne, March 12.........-. 4000 : .

many pupils wrapping tomatoes I closedone Annie D Lightbonrne, .March 12......... 40 00 ;
17 East Bay Street. room and put all in:charge of' Miss I I, F Hindry March 31..-...._...._....... 50 00 >The Largest Stock, The Newest Styles, -

_ McDonald-" for. 'the'balance. 'of .the term. Lula Angevine, March 81-............... 40.00 at the' Lowest. Prices
Z T .Merritt. appr'u Lemon City .
JACKSONVILLE FLA. i I attended the
Snptrinte dents' meeting free of charge.
10-21-97 will send samples
school bl'dg. Dec 7, 97$500 00Fhomaa To all whom request we

: ,AMONG. OUR. ', .;CHUBOHES. Jacksonville, arjjj..,\found' it very instruct Kane. & Co,furniture Miami WE PREPAY Express Charges 'on all : .
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'j" I -..*- I 1 !ve. A full rep,rtof the proceedings f col school No 20, Dee- 7, 'f97..- ,17340 orders to the amount of .* oo or **

Time Dried ,wPI be 'laid before in the near Z T Merritt. freight on desks, ,accompanies the order. '
and when
; ,.Place of" Services, Special Finest assortment of California you. money ;
a Iv '! NoT, Dec 2197...............-... 684W
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Molices, Week-Day and Sun- Fruits in town at J. F. Oliver's.within future 'llOrder Department
L) Widmeyer fregbt on desks W The Best.Equipped
day Meetings. The following .warrants, were i issued .._ 5740 .1 .
the Law-"Where are you going my P Beach No 12 Dec 22, .61. u G Ale Not is W.s :
_,.i pretty maid!" Tm going a-biklng, air,"she : during the month ..for the payment of ChNe &Harney,1us'.No 20Jsn498 .1725HBMnrrytableforNol9 I Write for Samples, d Tr7,it. Y ou ,Kone1 Back r.

Bplssopal: Stwiecs. aid. "There's no bell on your wheel, though r teachers: 1 50 _RespeCtfUhlYH -
pretty malt)."- "When I mount there will WUlBo8twickwoodNo5 .' 300F
'. _ my -- i Addie Lee Dimon salary 5th month
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be one."ebe said.-Ex. f March 9'j _...-._.;......;.._...$40 00 T Budge pump and pipe No 20, .
EMSCOPAL. OtTJ1CH-Bethesda.by-the-Se 'The following salaries were for the 6th month: Jan 4, '98.............._ -.--...... 4 03 COHEN BROTHERS'POPUUR
Send fur Butterick Pattern Sheets to
REV. N. H
I J. MULFOKD Rector. G. Macdonald Eugene Lee March 12............ ..........._ .ftooo M E Grnber. stove pipe cap and
ItIiV.Krrz-jAMES HIITDRT,Ass't Miniter.Service Mrs. M. Ageat, Jackson well pipe Jan 4, 98._............. 2 90
ville Fla. R E McDonald March i2..._..._..._........ 50 oo
ercry Sunday morning at n o'clock. .. Annie M McDonald ........... .............. 40 oo' T N Gautier sundry supplies Nos DRY GOODS HOUSE! f
A launch will ruts rezularly In connection lear- Must Help Each Other.-A beautiful moral J E Jones, March 12 ................................ 40 oo 18 and 20. Jan 4, '98......._... 19 68 I ,.
t lit Wed Pa>ru lieach city dock at 1030. Fare for married _. Chas A Green, appr'n Everglade .
I In tandem bicycling a young Irene Richards -___.. locoLFKidner J'acksonvil1eflO1da.
cr Iho round trip, 10'cents.f rouple i* that both muSt work if they want ..... ........................... .4000LubaDeBogory school, No 9, Jan 4, ''98........._... 25000Z 10-28-97

f ',thda&uo3lat3p.rn.. to get alonz.-Ex. _,..-._.-............*... 4ooo T Merritt frt on 14 globes and .. :
.. .. ... Annie E G Metcalfe, March i2.-, ... .'H'.. 40 00 2 dictionaries Jan 14 '{18......... 8 29f ".
....BOTOIlJlitOUD--' -- OP ST. ANDREw.-Meeta- on Boat building done right at home, in W A H Hobbs March 12.:'..........'.....'.'..?... 40 oo 1if_ _.n.!rrIft___... n frt_ tn__ dlAtl'lbntf'____.____ crlnhoa.____ -

:. the Sccocd and Fourth Wednesday of each the most approved manner, good work- Maude Gee, '" ..??...- ........:...... 40 oo and dictionaries, Jan 15, 98........ .2 29 colored boy, and the Jinrickihu :

:,iaonth. ,I...F.HINDBT,Director.t manship and at living prices. Call on A C LIghtbonrne Jr." ..._............ .... ... 4000 Clinton Gunby,painting L City school BEAUTIFUL, PALM BEACH drawn .
t I W.F.AKUSTSoVo. ,J&n Secretary Capt. A. T. Rose Annie D Lightbourne, March i*<.............. 4o oo house. Feb 8, 98..-....... _........ ... 73 00 -_.1' ported from Japan, byofles.:

drandpa invited Dorothy to go with him to Ada F Merritt, March 3i............-............. 50 00 A E Heyser curtains, pump etc A Paradise For the Yachtsman and Angler There are scores of naphtha 1uvchU
:/- <>: '- feed the chickens the 'mornlng'alter her arrival Amy M Mann, H ........................ Jo oo No 8, Feb 8, *98....i-......._ ...... 4 85 and yachts in plenty, for thee .
)I. B. Chureh South. at the farm. On her return to the house .1rsEditb Hunter ........................... boo Thos Kane & Co, desks.Nos 7, 9, 14, Three Hundred Miles South Jacksonville. of the regatta and the sport of a : ;;

t-nrice*will! be held In the Knights 'of'Pythias i be Inquired shyly, "Grandpa,do nil hens eat Addie Lee Damon, ........................... 40 oo 16, 18 and 20. Feb 8, 98' ....._ 270 23 "1' trip while io sail on Uje qidet wtemj'
Hall on the! First; Third and Fourth Sundays I with their no *?"-Kx. Mrs G B Stephens .......................... 40 oo Walker Evans & Cogswell Co, war. Between the ocean and the still lagoonIs ,
rant book Feb 8. '98.................. 6 75 of paradise, a moonlight night has its owa 'pe de-
.: f each month *t it a. m. and 7:30 ,ra. Every Rosa Forrey. ......._ .....;....,.... 4000 laid a garden strip '
...- oas.cqrdlal! invited to attend.' p."I was ; Easter Hats-a nice line of the Latest Mrs N L Jackson, ", .......................... loco E V Blackman fixing floor, No 18, Fairest of all beneath Floridlan skies, romance. The inland waters, : arnlii3g .
3 glad
J!. at Mrs. L. F. Moffatt's. : Feb 8, '98............... .._............... 283 with enchantment. There throughnoon
: ; ,wbrO they raid unto me. let us go into the house! Styles John S Davis. ........................... boo And luird as the sea, afford the greatest cpttii. :"
': *oflbeX/nd..'> Btr.J.ft. WAUB, Pastor. minister? Mamie M Ma,, ........... .......__ ... 4000 Chase & Harney insurance Lemon City of life ;:'
What do think of the new for the &
I .. .< : i 1 don't think you he win do at all.What's LF Hindry. ..-........._............ 5000Lulu school house, Feb 8, '98._...._ 21 15 When faint sea breezes falter in a swoon nity pleasures ca' a. _.
'! ;t1iI, $ : Angevine, ". ........................... 4000 KB Frailer hauling and Betting updCllk Of'radiance the palm tree pathway lies boat, and of the several oa .ths lit.
: 1 J' Hv nlng stav Iiodgt, fio. 40, Oh, he the Isn't matter to? date at all. HO'B been I Jas C Harris "- ........................... 400 No 7,Feb 8. '98................ 2 30 O'er arched in shadows green, tin sunshine Coast this year are Mr. LIIflA:
4"' '. Knights of Pythias, up Mrs Ceo Lyman ._........... ......... 4o oo j W Jackson mileage and per diem dies Caiman and Professor *
here three, Sundays now, and he hasn'tpreached .................................. .Cory ', Wktr
'. I, the Blble.EzFor Susan Sanders, ........................... 4o oo Feb 8, .98. 1700 To molten.silver of the. stars and muon. z
fl Meet*every Friday Night atxM p.m.standard I about anything but The cruises of the yachting partla-et*
J W Comsfock,mileage and per diem Henry
': Mrs H S Hobbs sth month, March 31.40 00 Tyrrell .
: '"; .41we/i.Visiting'biKhers cordially invited.CasUe Fine Apples and Bananas, call at JeanetteObenehain, 6th month,March 31 4ooo Feb 8, '98................._._..__ '260 tend from the Halifax river to Biacpj
Hall
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1 ,i. ( over Public School Building. Clematis Avenue Supply Store. W L Wldmeyer.per diemJanand Feb To visit Lake Worth and live a period Bay, and nowhere else can the .
.' .." J. A. PuGHC-- Feb 8, '98..._...................,.. 400Z of at Palm Beach is akin to r
:\.winusTEx; ,K. of R. & s. 3-4-97 A Tramp'i Excuser "Would you work If r On motion it was de ided to have T Merritt salary forJan.Feb'898 50 00 luxury livingin man or sailor find more tgreei&lasssst:]J:

U.. you had a chance?" "Madam, it U againstmy L the school term at Leesville six months, Z T Merritt postage expense and tele' a summerland of gardens with soft and pleasant waters, free fees jj:

: .. principles to have anything. to do with to close the last of the I present month, grams Feb 8, '98..... .___.... 5S2 breezes and warm sunshine combining to and wild currents. A f s.heriwl1rin:

1U4 A.D pACTS. games of cl ance.'?Truth. as it is desirable for all schools to close M E Grnber heater and frt No 13, exercise a restful influence, but quite: assure I joy good company: .and rare sport ti1i i
pall and dipper.No 3. Feb 8, 98 885
: Rough Lumber Cheap.-A few carloads before May. The following warrants to awake quiet energy. Here, will go oat on the oceaa pier zoeaeeJJ
-Witty sayings IDt..p..d With Dimick & HUJhou e. 2 stoves for West
l stick mill at Gifford. Will : issued the thermometer is below, r.i:
on at were : where rarely At the end nearly half* :
Baslfless Bargains. I Palm Beach. Feb 8, 98 ........._. 1225E ing. very _
be sold very low.-G. F. Paddison & Geo Sears wood, No 6..... .............. ...-.$ 1 oo' H Dimick, books for poor pupils 70 degrees during the winter and spring from the beach, be will find Jcsrpij
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NOTICE! ni. A. Pugh Dentist Co., Eau Gallic Fla. 2 10 tf. J W Jackson. mileage and per diem..._.... 3 4oVT Feb 8, '98.._...... ......._. ... 1055 months one nevertheless appeciates the holding stiff rod with his A
trill leave May 1St for North Carolina to "JJid yon eat that missionary you found L Widmeyer; -' _.........1X560 T N Gautier. supplies for NOB 18 20, fact of entire absence of. that humid erson a ;..
take up his practice there at Bryson City yesterday?" asked one cannibal of anotner. J w:Comstock, 41, ..... .-. 16 20 Feb 23, '98...;_ .......... ....._ 4184D an hand, and with the other. retlbg
and Murphy. Prices to suit everyone. "No" was the reply *we drank him. He was Z T Merritt March salary........................ 50 oo' B Knight pump &pipe and putting ity and dampness which induces fatigueand fighting sea bass. The deeei1skeensportandtheisqnIteU! U : -

; Dn't fail to call before be leaves.UneleFam'aKante"ia thin we had to make soup of him."-Ton- Dade Bounty State Bank interest............. 9176 down same,L City,Mch 8, '98..... 5>> 22 unrest during the summer monthsin & ?i:
ken Statesman. Z T Merritt traveling expenses and inciQCfi E C Pub Co 10 warrant books the North. It is quite a new sensation .

50000000. It remain W IS.................. ..;......... ..... (........ 13 /O, March 8, 98 ........................ 750 after ridden the im reward for the effort; ft beta trgfe
.. .... now to nee whether Spain wants to Remember Dr. Pugb, Our Boss Den Lainbart & Potter/rnmber No 13.............. 2 46 Jno B Rellly,Insurance, Nos 1,2,5,6, having bicycle might think the catch too gtnercta erssj:
rj ""eohe ln.M-Minneapolis Journal tist, leaves the 1st of May. Don't fail to M E Grnber, supplies No 13..................... 150 7, N, 9, 15 17 and 21,Itch 8, '98, 98 40 moderately, or at the end of two or three Those who seek distinction cay: hC4. :

Pointiana Studio closes April zoth. have all dental work done before thatdate. I I P W King, wood. No 14, drayage- Jfo. I].... a oo W W CuIbertBwn pump,pipe&;bucket, hours on the golf links, to feel that one a shark. I have seen a.dozea ca utk;? .

r Special rates to home trade. Hard time prices. I W Comstock.labor No 13 and IS.....'....... 8 62 1 Cutler So 22,Meh 8, 'U8..... ...;... 419 can sit down in the pleasant'dry.atmosphere is lltklngtMtmf;
-.. .. B H Dimick. book for I'upil.-........ a week here, but there
poor 42. The Caxton Co. 4 charts March 8,'98, 56 00
; and rest without the fear of
I Ubtrbw-Bridget, what bn.lnesa baa that E L White Trustee rent Lemon City Paul Jones fixing flag,No 13, & ecav1 a cOnsequent element of sport In laboring with &5?.|

tF r policeman In my kitchen every night? MY COUSIN., JAN. Church............ ........_..._<.?.. .._.... lg 30 work No 12, 18 & 14. Mch 8, '98, 6 50 cold. Herein lies much of the teen-foot shark that one will fiadca fsSJling

I. Bridget-Sure, mum, he's a nvrgint and he Written for THE TROPICAL Sew. The Board adjourned. '. G S Williams labor No 12. fixing charm which Palm Beach gives her in a fourteen-bch blae-fiii. '

I Ie says be has come to nee if any common constable "Lonely did I stand z. T. MBRRITT: Supt.J. desk and blackboard, Mch 8, '98, '8 25 guests; here is rest without relaxation, squid used by the fisherman after bbe

J is eneakln off. his bute.-London With uplifted hand _. W. Chairman. Chase & Barney, insurance furniture exercise without
JACKSON, fatigue, unlimited
.... Graphic. .On a mission MiamI, No 18, 11ch 8, '98.......... 705 fish is a round piece of wood shaped 123
I W R Moses, insurance W P Beach pleasure without reaction. Recreation at banana flattened side to vIM
i Watch and On a mission a one ,
i I, class workmen jewelry, and repair guaranteed ng by, first at To foretell the coming vision." FINANCIAL STATEMENT.: school bouse, No 13. Melt 8, '98, 5250J Palm Beach and Miami does not' invite is screwed a small piece of thin ks4te

IdDer & Sou's. The following is the financial statement J \ Jackson, mileage & per diem, lassitude, and the dryness of the climate
; t I If coming evil were made known of Dade School March 8, 98........... .._........ .... 17 00 drives inches Ion*. The fish will rise to tilt
j "should hate heard the Banshee County Board away depression. .
( lie (1:4I1ua1l1)-1 got three.::d rentcigars moan J W Comatock mileage and per diem, hook fiercely, and almost every strD*
r\ crushed la my vpt pocket the lmt time I was Or shattered seen the gray dooretone. April 5th. 1898: MarehS98..... ... ..... -,........... 260 Palm Beach is three hundred miles successfuL A catch of thirty *s\; :
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here. His Hlomened feet were Bet upon ITEMIZED RECEIPTS.: : W L Widmeyer, per diem Mch 8, 98, 200Z south of'Jacksonville, on a narrow island blue-fish'is not unusual for a forts oosi'
A short statnred heavy featured
I !>he(coldly)-Well, don't y ou think that it man March 1. cash on hand..................? 110 T Merritt Feb salary. 5000 with the Atlantic on the east and[
In nowise handsome, yet some sport on the lake and there are ess -
grace ?
.: wan worth Soiuerrllle Jonm... Was else face 44 7, T J Bardee taxes......_.. 233 85 i telegrams Irt on charts Lake Wcrth on the west. The whole ,
given to an plain ,
7, 'polls........... 1300 and postage March 8. '98.......... 256J Brooklynites who can testify to that-
; Only Bakery in town, aud a good one, By locks of brown hair,lightly curled. island is like a garden, what little nature
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I repairs cn No 2 .
10 B pump gaminess.
J Whitefleld redempttax
I! at Clematis Avenue Supply Store. By With clear no fleck large in eyes their that cloudless faced the blue-world cert...... ....._.. _. ..?.-._?.' 3 80 March 8-98................. ... ..... 60 left undone has been so elaborately Palm Beach has been a prise fsTSdlS.:
: The railroad ran over UH recently" Writes _<- 8* ..-10, ZT Merritt rent school- I Chas Charters. wood, No 13, March transformed by the gardener that the:
Bright goodly eyes to look intoSmoothfaced .... .. 8, '98.... .................. .... ........... 2 00 I with Brooklyn people ever since it 'V*'"
I 1 I a rural Georgia eIItort"but lu this, as In all he had scarce let boyhood slip hall W Beach., ............ 33 20 _' __ 10 u'" .- '. u palm groves and forest hammock is bore "' ...... i -_ ._ ..._ a..:... L_ ..... __n _" :
; other Instknceg Providence wall against us. of 81, T J Uardee, polls............ 14800 'J. M uauuer: ecav g worn, .NOB IB dered ui.1M4 "U IV U1 ;; W\lU 1.A Ul LU1i a
No hair darkened miles of
The fool engine only cut off oar wooden leg: Buoyant fringe of heart I stood before cheek or lip. .. 81, M taxes_...... 501345 and 20, March 8, '98 ..... ......... 900 by luxuriant gardens,rich extension, five years ago, and the coz sequent '-
and we cln't get damigcti!" W I Metcalf,legal services,Mch 8, '97, 500 with every flower familiar the Northern of the hh.
t My cousin Jan in the great hall door _ f5449 90 summer and with building FUglerituSome
For Airy Rooms Clean Beds and a Hopeful as only youth can be, $533347 profusely grown of the more prominent annual v&
r Good Table be I greeted my kinsman from over the sea. ITEMIZED EXPENDITURES. odd and gorgeous exotics. Along the -
sure to stop at the New toes are Dr. C. N. Hoagland, e .K.F. .'-
j Seminole Hotel, Geo. Zapf Manager. No ill omens I saw In his guileless eyes, The following warrants were for teachers'salaries i RECAPITULATION.Total : lake front, facing across the smooth .
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A. ScbroetJer and Tbonui
Open all the year. No menace on lips altering courtesies : receipts.....-. $5449 90 miles of blue waters toward the west :4r;'

1 1 I !O l..-af rustled a warning on any tree. SuRan Sanders Nor 22...................... $40 00 Expenditure: .......... 533347 the handsome are During this season there hate bees&aj'
Teacher-What I Telocity? No bird shrilled forth from the greenery Susan Sanders. Nor :i....-...... ......... 4000 homes of the Lake Worth others here, and one may always relyes .
I l P pll-Velocity U what H man puts a hot 'Beware!beware! 'Us an enemy." Ada F Merritt, Dee 6................_........... 50 OO Cash in treasury........................... $116 43 winter cottagers each house with great meeting his and down U
r plate down with.-Fhiladelplil_t Cull. Heirs to an andent house were we, Amy M Mann ".. ............._..._. 40 00 Z. T. MERRITT Supt.ADDITIONAL acres of:gardens about it, fragrant and neighbors up"

Dont forget J. F. OLIVER'S when Heirs to broad lands by valor won, Mrs' N L Jackson,Dec 9.. ..... ............... 4000 -1k rich with the bounteous flora of this Florida river.. -"Jerome, in Broddya-

yon want Fancy Groceries. Heirs to great deeds had been nobly done jag C Harris Dec 9.......................;..... 40 00 Southern land. The Eagle. 1. -
i"i Heirs to blood that through knightly veins I Mrs Geo Lyman,Dec 9..................... .. 40 00 ITEMS. hybiscus with its
First UtUe Girl-His your sister.began bad run I Addle Lee Damon, Dec 10...... ..........'.. 4000R radiant crimson flower as large as a sun- Florida Hortleultaral SOlICIt '

I takln muic leattona yet? But more than all this coheirs were we E McDonald. Dec.,20.-...____ 50 00 The tug Biscayne with the schooner flower, and the oleander, variegatedfrom -
Second Little GirUShe'u taiin' somefln' on Annie M McDonald Dec 20.................. 4000 in
1 To a promise of old time prophesy Tottugas tow,passed here going south deep-red to white, grow like trees, Will meet in annual session ia Orlia-
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; th' piano but I can't tell yet whether ltd music A for line Eugene Lee, Dec 20........................_.... 40 00 last
strange prediction our Friday morning. reaching into the do in The Lt iS
i or typewrltln.I *. Was handed down from sire to L I? Hlndr)-.Dee 21............._....._..;... 5000 up palm ,trees twenty May. annual meeting .,
I W.U'lltD TO PURCHASE Thuswise did the tradition run son. Luta Angevine, Dec 21...... i................ 40 00 -- feet above. Groves of oranges,bananas, 98 will be.held at Orlando. May jd, 4%

i. P&u1Eiv.-Persons farms FLORIDA "Before the Weyden name shall end J E Jones, Dec 21................................ 40 00 E. G. Pendleton favored our office cocoanut and other fruits peculiarly 5th and 6th, and it promises to be 028of

winlet hynies, send full cwning description and or Great honor will on it descend." Mrs N L Jackson Dec :21.................... 4000 with a call this morning and ordered THE tropical supplement the ricbness'of the .the largest and most interesting 0r
It LDarlsDec21.........................
1 price to J> V.-Bond, Box 181 The two youngest of this old house were one. ...... 3200 SUN sent to his address for the coming horticultural display
\:>hio.' .; Dayton, And whose should be the prophesy? Susan Sanders Dec 21........................ 40 00 year. _ offering the'luxuryof history of.the' society.
Mrs H S Hobbs. Dec 21...... ........... ..... 40 00 their luscious growth to rival the The society is'one of the largest sal

I "Tain1 allus put tin. on style dat counts" Up in a turret with my books W A H Hobbs, Dec 21. ...................... 40 00 Mrs C. E. Chase and son, W. A. Chase, sweet aroma of the flowers. I most influential bodies cf the. kind
said Uncle Ebeu. "Peoplevouldn.t think a Companioned by circling suit cawing rooks Annie E G Metcalf. Dec 21_.___ 40 00 of in Beyond the gardens is another the and occvsions
wilder. its
Boynton were town today investing i country, meetings are .
bit mo' u* Santa Clans if he wore patent I had pondered long on this legend old. Annie D Lightbourne, Dtc 21.............. 40 00 ness-the
leather shoes an' shaved twice a day 1 believed in toe greatness there foretold A C Llgbtbourne. Jr., Dec 21............... 40 00 some of their vegetable money in garden of Nature thickly of exceptional interest to every ose

I And despite my plain face knew for me Luba DeBogory,Dec 21....................... 4000 supplies including a renewal of their tangled with undergrowth and vine, interested in horticulture in Florida

I NOTICE Was meant in past this prophesy. Irene Rickards Dee 21........................ 40 00 subscription to THE SUN. heavily shaded with the oaklike growthof The usual very low transportation rifs

j Great Slaughter in prices of Dental Believing this how could I divine Rosa Forrey Dec 23..... ....... ...?.... 40 00 'f the gumbo.limbo and the banyan and of.i cent mile actual travel U &
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Work. J. A. PU3H D. D. S. Since Nature looked on and'made no sign Mrs G B Stephens, Dec 23.................... 40 00 If the wish know per ,
That this cousin whose hand I held In mine Mrs Geo Lyman Jan 8, '98............_.... 4000 young men to whichof everywhere studded with that most peeled from the associated railway of the ,
Tlbra."They tlOD.nay" now that love is: controlled by As a coil, that crushed,round life would twine Addle Lee Damon.Jan S.'t......... 4000 fte girls have holes in their stockingsall graceful of palms, the cocoa, with great State of Florida. Reduced hotel rst

"That's HO. I trembled when I Or that I by Heavensent help could be hurled I A.ia F Merritt, Jan 8........................... 50 00 they have to do is to keep their eyes bunches of nuts in their green husks and other arrangements for the conf0t! '

i treniblftd when lasted her father proposed.for her, Full on bristling spearpoints of the world. Amy M Mann. Jan 8....... .................... -II) 90 open and see which girls giggle in hanging from the fronds. Winding and the pleasure of the members is to. .
_ _R H. S. Mre Edith Hunter. Jan 8_................. 4000 church-for such .
trembled :
at the are not worth paths which
altar, and she has *1- a darn.
in "lept meshaking Eugene Lee, Jan 13_..........._.........._ 4000 were once the Indian'strail ing looked after by a very efficient fecal
\ {S FrtCl frtml. my boots ever kince. -Detroit Asking for What he Wanted. R E McDonald, Jan 15........................ 000 Ex. bend their narrow and tortuous committee.No .

Ml Annie M McDonald Jan'13._ ..-._. 40 00 way through the lights and shadows for one who desires to bua&eli ca ,
Two little tots Hudson kneel- The last of ihe post -
Fine Groceries, and plenty of them, were Maude Gee Jan 1 1.._ _....___..... 40 00 Klondikers to leave many miles displaying the '
::1 at Clematis Avenue Supply Store. ing at their mother's knee saying the \V A H Hobb*,. Jan 17...... -.. .............. 4000 was ex-mayor J. F. Lamond who, with ties original and manifold beau. latest phases of fruit growing a ,.

Lord's Prayer. The eldest one was re;-! Irene Rickards Jan 17........................ 4000 his wife and child left last Saturday unadorned by man's gardening to meet his co-laborers II

*.--Mister. ,kin I bold yer. ho-k?" peating after his mother and when I J E Jones Jan 18.... .?...............__. 4000 the two latter to spend the summer in, handiwork.: These walks and trails Con. the horticultural field, or to Join kIu&SplritainaroyalgooddnreshOUIdIflhi1 :.
"Nawjgo'IongpI t b 'DeB gory; Jan 18.................... 4000 stitute an ever new and never !
don't mean hold Mm still; I mean hold he reached the passage that reads, Annie E G Metcalf Jan'181:'--;............. 4000 Canada while he will join those gone pleasure for those who failing .
him up."-New York Truth. "Give us this day our daily bread," I I Annie D Lightbourne. Jan 18.:...........:. 4000 before and all proceed to Alaska as soonas Nature's delight in the. approaching meeting. It

fMt...._ nee__ .1 IXIBCUU_ .u.l. # what was the mother's astonishment i i A C LIghtbonrne. ir, Jan 18................. 40 00LFKidner possible and engage in their search ,, _AftA beauty 1_ ...!__, and, numerous. .avenues. In addition to the regular prograss .1
any boats when Capt.away A.truiu T. Rose home for when the little tot exclaimed, "Hit him ,Jan J$.............. .. 1 ......... 4000 for gold. U\I&U U m giani array oy Hundred* of arrangements are being made (bYi ..

build you one as fine or as cheap as can for a pie, Johnnie; hit him for a pie- Rosa Forrey,Jan 19............ ..... .......... 40 00 stately palms reach (rom the lagoon to request of members) to have papers F1
want. See him and place order.yon Mrs G B St..phens.Jan 19.._................. 40 00 A comet has been just recently discovered the sea, arching overhead and sented Florida il 3",
your Sturgis (Mich.) Democrat.The seeming on tobacco growing in
Susan Sanders. Jan 25.-....._......_ 2000 that is to almost .
Gold hunter* an* not to be erraittcd togo ... I> F Hindry. Jan 25........... ..._..._...... 5000 traveling towards the converge as one looks down its various p ;aSes. As this is a subjt
to the Klondike without Lula _........... e/uth at the rate of a million miles a day, their half mile of length. of L-
two yvtu xupply of : Orange County Reporter claims Angevine Jan 2:; ...... 4000 paramount importance at the prc-
loud." I that the people in and around Oviedo Mrs Geo Lyman, Jan 2:;... .._....... ._.. 4000 : and yesterday it was only 130,000,000 There seems to be concentrated here time, all those experimenting illgrowing tobscco ,
"Gracious! If I could raise two "(, sup. Jus C Harris, Jan 28....-.__......... 40 00 I miles away. If we don't lick Spain in at Palm Beach all that one I
would
\ ply of food. I'd utay.right here and *uoy] IU)- and Oakland in that county never buy Amy U Mann,Feb 1. _......................... 40 00/ short order and the moon don't for or seek of wish I should be present .
in climate
1 IdI."Detroit free P 'eu.f any stock feed. That they keep' their Mamie M May Feb 4........................... 40 Of get recreation and : To all members old and new, .hose '"
.' horses and cattle and hogs fat the year Addle Lee Damon, Feb 4......_........... 40 Oft the comet's way it may send Spain to beauty. To call it a paradise might appear membership fee for 1898 Is reeelted Is'=-_

TO POULTRY RAISERS: round on the velvet bean and at the Eugene Lee, Feb 12._..............__ 40 t0 eternal smash and everlastingly settle extravagant, although not at all time, credentials will be Issued. nikt .
FOR BALE head .3.nuleEOMetealf, lebli..._..._..._.. 40 00 the matter for us at its own inappropriate, and there
expense.
i, Minorca, in full 40 layine.I year old Black same time enrich their poor lands by W AH HobbsFfbl4.Suaan ......_..._......_.. 40 bO quitoes.One are few mos available the low rates of transportat -i!

;:. cocks $1. 20 head of Ducks Hens 75 mostly cts; growing the vines upon them. It beginsto Sanders, Feb 14.......___........ 40 00 Friend: "Poetry Is a drug on the market, element and other courtesies
Fekin. Ducks, 75 cts; drakes, $t. look as though the velvet bean is to A C LIghtbonrne. Jr.. Feb 14_..:_.... 40 00 Isn't It?" Poet: *I should say not!" Friend: of amusement is lacking tion with the meeting.

I T. NEWTON BANNER, be the great benefactor of the Florida I Annie D IJ htbourne, Feb 14.,___... 40 00 "Then I am misinformed. Poet: "Your informant at Palm Beach-driving There is not a quisite of membership Fla."f I

: 3-31-21 Hobe Sound Fla. trucker and farmer.-Titusville Star. R G McDonald. Feb 15........................ 50 00 probably never tried to Bell poetryor horse on the island, but instead there is which should be sent
Annie M McDonald Feb 15.._ _....... 4000 buy drugs.-chicago News. the rubber tired wheel chair

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