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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: January 5, 1899
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
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lccn - sn 83025639
System ID: UF00075915:00545
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Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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turn to make his home in this commun THE road from Juno to West Palm Beach is in I
i 1\ PURELY PERSONAL. ity. HERE AND THERE. COUNTY TIDINGS navigable shape for ordinary vehicles. UVELYvLOCAl\ LINKS.:

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' Mrs J. Frank, came up from Miami Warren Dick and Willie Gale returned jo'
. People as They Come and do-People Tuesday morning.C. Scraps of News About This and That A Budget of Interesting Items From Thursday night from their hunt back in What the Sun's Men Heard in"tTho
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l' -t. You May or May Not 'lC w.I' and Different Things. Regular Correspondents. the Glades and all the neighbors are still Lively Local Whirligig .
H. Hill is up from Miami this week, '" '. .. .....
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and_for a while will be with Anthony f. -: .V; VA
A Melanie of rersonalltems-Vlsltorsln Bros', store at this point.Therewillbe.IlighMasscelebr. Newsy Notes and Items of Interest to Very- Carefully Compiled and Confined to that Dwight A. Allen has one of the finest Mirror If.JIino. fiapp ntngs.-' Aeel-i/f'

.< the CUy. and Citizens Visiting Everybody In General and Nobody Wblcb Is of Most Interest to the patches of egg plant, for its size, in this dents Coming Eventsrand'tVVd '

: Out of the City. ted by In Particular ,& Citizens of Dade County. vicinity. He has already picked and ::'; ."" Galaxy of Current Gossl ..i.. "..

Rev..A. M. Fontain, in St. Ann's Catholic _V sold "= : .1
... I ,,- -" quite a few and there are lots more -., ,
church, Sunday; the 8th, at 10 a. m. < getting to picking size. T
Ceo S. Adams returned last Thurs Blustery weather prevailed to an unpleasant | JUPITER JOTTIXGS. ; ; Capt.. A. T. Rare finished work oa the j

day night from his business trip to Ft, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Lynch, of Des- extent the latter part of last -- -=-- Capt. and Mrs. Frank! W. Hall, of Da- Flagler fleet and put the last one In the.

Pierce. Moines, Iowa, left Sunday morning for week, much to the disgust of tourists and School' began Monday, after a week's ilonega, Ga. who spent last winter here water today. V ;

Melbourne where they will spend the remainder home people. holiday. are back again having a rived Wednesday -
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Mrs..W. I. Metcalf returned to Mel. T. D. Frown,the contractor and build
of the winter. The Law's, Zeigler's'and DuBoi'sareach morning over at the Kirkwood,

bourne yesterday, after a .ew weeks' c Born : to Mr. and Mrs I. I. Hardy, of the owners of a good cow. place which is their usual winter camp. er, has fixed up his shop opposite. the .
The Misses Coggins. of Connecticut
visit here during the holiday season. ypoluxo[ Saturday last, a boy. Dr. ng ground. Barman House, and is now ready for
left :Saturday: morning for Melbourne to Rev. Brown preached a Christmas sermon >u=iuess. _
Hood[ who has been in attendance reports The Lake Worth Fruit Co. by B. M. .
Miss Mamie Gunnell and Miss Effie "
l spend the remainder of the season after last Friday night at the school still

Tucker were Delray ladies visiting at the sojourning a week at Mrs. Wellington's, > all well at-Hypo.--- house. Potter, manager, shipped ten crates of Major Cooper Is aiding to the

home of Mrs. Will Whidden yesterday in this city.County __ James McFarlane made quite a ship- The social clup met last Saturday eve- : Porto Rico pineapples last Friday adornment of his shaving parlor; this

ment of handsome grapefruit last week. ning at McGills.\ A right enjoyaple time through the I. R. and L. W. P. G. Ass. week handsome potted plants are the
MRS. V. O. Spencer, of Lake Worth, '
School Superintendent Z, T. They were good sized running thirty. was had. ociation. The fruit was fine and in fine attraction. '-'-
has been a guest of her daughter, Mrs _ Merritt was in town Tuesday having I condition and ran ten to twelve to the
A. E. Heyser, for a few days this week, three to a crate as an average.L. Mr.,Culberson is coming back again crate. Geanrideau, the Old Reliable has his .

come up to attend the meeting of the D. Hillhouse has added a great improvement -' this winter. He is expected here in a I Ifew East Side shaving parlors ia shape to,
Attoreey; G. A. Worley, t,f Miami, is New County School Board and help to Miss Ruth Rickerds our school teacher:
to his East Side residence by days. the swellest, you can't keep a good manor
here today, acting as prosecuting attorney install the new members returned from her vacation Sunday '
building on quite an addition to be usedor The dredge is running again with a fat man down. 'V--> .
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in a case before Justice Glenn's court morning and is again at her desk. She --- '
-- -- A Majewski purchased the Grimesproperty. : kitchen and dining room purposes.At most of the old crew back in their re- '
noticeable in" thfa
reports having a good time with the rest Tramps are most ,
E. M. Brel ford. Geo. W Lainhart Opposite the Masonic Temple, pectiveplaces. '"
the County Commissioners meetingat of her folks at Boca Ratone but does not town by their scarcity. We have too
and Dimirk returned and Mrs. has removed her
Capt. Wednesday
Majewski' Juno Monday the bonds of Henry J. It has been too rough to fish lately, seem to find any fault about her having mnch use for them here on the streets so
from a visit to their West Jupiter orauge Stock of Ladies Notions from the Chase
Anthony. Tax Collector, was accepted; although more fishermen and their out- to return here Possibly there Is some they keep well away.

groves. building to their A new building. bond, fi2.ooa; alSo i that of Eugene H. fits have 1 arrived this week. attraction also at this end of the route. I The County School--Board met here.

Geo. Lyman was up from Lantana yesterday Richard Hone is home from his hunt Dimick, as Treasurer; bond $15000. Every one was frightened when they The hunt for old man Thomas has been Tuesday with all present but the newly.'

patronizing one of our city barbers ing trip back in the Glades at least so MW tlje cold Weather signal out the last and of him I
A train.of soldiers and their animals given; up at as no signs elected member from this district A. \Y. 6

and attending to other important we have been told, but the non appearance and equipage passed south over the F. other 1 Jay,but the frost has not hit us yet. were found a great many people thinkit Garnett, of Hypoluxo See their report:

I business. of any venison at this office augurs DuBois and Mr. that he either went to West .
r E. C. Ry. early Saturday morning. They Harry Hepbora went likely in another column.

.. badly for the results of bis hunting. up tofeden last Saturday to get a fish Palm Beach or, more probably, Riviera
Postmaster Stoeersec dav' !
C. aid Service
a .
J. joyed were .tobe Signal men on The Ladies Aid Society met at the Congregational _
outing at Gomez Wednesday visiting the Dr. S. L. Lowry, of Tampa, was on their way to Havana by way ot Miami. boa : 'ttey rowed all the way back and and q'3t& $>t the train and left for Wednesday after ...
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Indian River Nursery there in the Lake a few days this week on busi. got; home New Years morning. parts tin I\ owK' A few however still are parsonage .
company and indulged in afternoon tead' :Y,;
The SUN is in receipt of a neat noon t
ness bent. Bro. Lowry is an enthusiastic very Beraners Broad lI1 hunts Frank firm in their conviction that he went out .
with John B. Beach, the proprietor.C. other refreshments and diversions .dear** .
printed of the Tenth Anniversary _
and popular Knight, and the boys of program MaCwdy, George Buffelt and Miss Irene into the woods a.n cidied there as he was
A. Robinson and wife finished their of the Y P S C. E., of Melbourne, to the ladies' hearts. ., .
be troubled some the
to with
that fraternity are always glad to meet Uckards were invited up to a right beginning 3$
visit with their son-in-law, T. O. Robin. Fla. The event is to be celebrated January
The ia
and greet him. royal feast on New Years day at Mr. and dropsy and that, from exertion could .first week January being the

son F, E C Ry Agent in this city, and 14th and I5th, and an interesting Jrs. 5iglers and they all came. have affected him so after getting away week of prayer among all orthodox:

left fo- their home at Eden last Sunday Died: Very suddenly, after a brief ill. literary and musical feast is promised. from home that he would liava been churches in this country the Congrega-
morning. Mis* Rose Sanders of Mangonia aftera
ness, at Chicago,on Friday, 30th ultimo, Gad Bryan, notorious In all the East unable to return. tionalists are holding prayer meetings to
weeks visit with her sister Mrs Harry
ran down to Miami in the nineteenth year of her age, Meta Coast counties, has been tried and convicted .. every night this week,
Henry J. Anthony DuBois: returned home New Years night
last Thursday night and returned Satur Alma, only and beloved daughter of stealing cattle inVolusia county.lie Mrs.Josephine. Braman of Brooklyn, t
DELRAY -
Little Miss Berkner, and little Miss DOINGS.
day morning., lit also took in Juuo the Mrs Theodore Schnell, of Hobe Sound has been sentenced to two years' tui- N. Y, will lecture at the Congregational
Bertha Armour aqd Cailiu -
Indian River Florida. Friends will King Emily
irisonment in the State penitentiary, Church Palestine and
Sunday night on n
first of this week his County collect.
pa X-acXhad> a Christmas tree aud invited Mrs and Miss Gunnell left for Washington -
busines please accept of this the only intimation and motion for new trial was overruledAn what she saw on her visit there. She is
torship H. M. friends. D. C. Thursday morning.! '
appeal will be taken to the Supreuit tllgeir .; an eloquent speaker and'tt will be a j
1-:. B. Kin/ was down from Jupiter Court. The climax of the hrliday season here W. W. Blackmer left for Jacksonville, treat to hear her. .

Tuesday, bated into his duties as General John M. Schofield and familyare \ Christmas tree on the ni h'\r. Thursday after a weeks visit to his .,

member of the County School Boatd, to domiciled at the Palm Inn for some The Ladies Aid Society held a social =.Dec. 26th in the school house.A .- family. .. Messrs[Mathis and Lopez went out i

him time. Although a retired officer of the at the residence of L. D. Hillhouse over ducking yesterday and from the quantity
which posttionthe voters consigned big crowd had gathered, standingroom Wm. Burton left Tuesday on the"Trilby" '
United States army, the General's ad]vice on the East Side last Thursday night. of feathers flyicg in the air around the '
at the last election.Dr. even being at a premium i for everybody for Miami, where he will spendthe I -
counsel much in demand at Clematis Avenue Supply Store neighbor _
and were There was a good attendance and .
very In the district was there, winter. .
W. Jackson was from Cocoa. Jupiter : i hood this have been -
J. up Washington in the deliberations of the the host and hostess did everything in morning, they must
nut Grove Tuesday, in attendance at the including women, children' and old Miss Irene Rickards returned to Delray eminently successful. ,
Administration over the recent war problems their to make it time
a pleasant
power bachelors and lots of friends from
School Nep- Sunday evening after after a weeks visitto
of the
meeting County
regular 1'
A fine landau of the latest
for all present and, from both personal new pattern
Board. He is the only member of the -.' tune and the surrounding country A St. Augustine, where she has been attending t
Hotel :
received the Seminole
experience and the word of others was by
pres- fine of and recitations
Willson arrived home last program songs_ the Teachers Convention. '
new board that was reelected.Jas. Miss Ferna u
ent, we know they succeeded in so doing. was rendered and at its close old Santa Wednesday morning It is to be used 1
Kissimmee. where she '
Thursday from The Lantana Fish Co.. must be
doinga
E. Chambers.! of Delray, was in Claus himself, being unable to find a more especially for carrying lady guests
has been attending ,school this term. land office Business, from the -1
town today, having brought his launch I Redbreasted robins are plentiful in this judging of the hotel around the city and suburbs "
climbed in the window and
chimney,
Therella up through the canal to the I She was obliged to give up study on acc section now, and we are sorry to say old number of boats Mr. M. K. Lymaii is and is the finest vehicle of its kind, that.".
then the distributed Santa
gifts were ,
unt of trouble with her eyes, and expected making for the above named to this town. y
Lake where he will run her-this season :some of our hunters, when out gunning, ; : concern. ever came ." 9
assisted of the
being by some
to be home in time for Christmas, are cruel enough to kill robins to help younger Mr. W. W. Blackmer is laying a new t
ai a pl asure and pany yacht: of gentlemen present. After the dismbu- Ground has been broken for the erect t
but was taken down with an attack fill their This should sidewalk in frout of his Atlantic
bag. place on
up practice ion of the building that Ceo. Maltby
new
tion of the gifts and about half an i hour
Fred. F. Estabrook and wife, of could till she had ,
measles and not come
be condemned for robins are consideredas of was and tht company Ave. which adds greatly to the appearance is to have put np on his Clematis Avenue J t
hilarity a
E'mira N.Y'were of the Barman I song sung
guests recovered.Mrs. .
sufficiently and not birds, and besides of the place. Let others follow
song game lot just west of Narcissus Street. The
satisfied that
dispersed: fully they
House from Monday tiU this morning
when they left for other parts of the J. Frank left yesterday morning they are too small to pay in the put for I had each one enjoyed. .a truly Merry. the example.J. building is to be of brick veneer, one i

for Jacksonville, from which place she the powder and shot, to say nothing; Chrbtm8S. V '. G. Fenno, Ike and Lyman Taylor. story high, 50x73 in dimensions with -- J

State. While here they visited all will go to Savannah on bus ness.! and about the time wasted on them in the .. Judson Sturgis and Wilsxm: Ro-an left steel framed glass front
points of interest and were only sorry
they could not longer from there she will go to Augusta, Ga., woods. Don't shoot any more robins! 'UAXCOMA MCTTEKIXGS.A ruesday morning for Hillsboru Inlet J B. O'l\>nohue is opening up a photograph 1
stay '
to atttnd to erecting a monument over I --- where they expect to make quite a haulin gallery in the building now

,: y.j Mrs. Laura F. Thompson, Peoria, III.. her husband's grave From AUJusta'; The editor has a charter from the Stateto carload of fertilizer came in las the lumber line. owned bv S. Majewski, formerly known, .1:

Mrs. Susan and Miss Lillie A. the act as a door mat for the community. week for the L. W. F. Co. I
Mausley she will go to Tampa to Jook over ,-.. --- as the Grinds building. Mr. O'Donohae a

A 1 N able of Thompsouville, Conn., are a trio orospects for business there. She expects He will get the paper out somehow and Will. Hanong has overhauled and repainted conies- here true Miami but formerly
stand for the town and whoop it 5erjd] tt;? 5U7] Your Job Work/
of interesting ladies who are enjoying a to be gone about two weeks. up up his sail boat and now has it in was company photographer for tbe 2oth j

Green Lawn for you and when }ou run for office and U. S. Ida at Fi. Lcavcaworth Ks. i
pleasant sojourn at Cottage, The Lake Worth delegation to tie An- the water and in commission for the -+e- try ,
lie about footed "h..n.Ie ---
big son
is for them in your
where Mrs Haugh caring season.
Indian River and J. E. Ingrabau's launch managed to
nual Meeting of the EPWORTII LEAGUE.The .
gets a #4 a week job and over
weep your
"r- her usual most hospitable manner. Lake. Worth Pineapple Growers' Association The schooner "Emily B." came off of ------- get out of the mud at the mouth of the
-- vhnvele soul when" it is released from I I
Lyon Fiuhugh. of Picolata arrived held at Jensen yester.fay. consisted -' its grasping hOtly and smile at you Capt. U. D. HendricUsou's Lake Worth young people of the Epworth cajil and back up here the latter part of

: 1 Tuesday, having been sent for by Capt. of G. C Matthams, W. R. Moses, wife's second marriage. Don't worry business.ways last week and is again ready for League will hold their regular devotions 'last seek and is now on Capt. A. T.

11; u, D Heudrickson of Lake Worth. He Richard Hone, James McFarlane. H. II. about the editor: he'll get along. The I meeting every Sunday afternoon at ;3 RtI:>e's WITS to be made ready for another -

1 ; leaves tonight for Miami where he goes Richardson. W. F. Armstrong, Jr., S. C. Lord only knows how-but somehow. Miss. Rose Sanders finished her visit at o'clock P. M., at the Methodist church. trip that it will try to make next

r. 'to bring; up the Steamer Gladys which Clow, Oliver P Bingham, j. P. Judson, I Exchange.J. her sister, Mrs. Harry DuBois at Jupiter Program for January 8,1899. week to New River to meet Mr. Inra-- -T ,

overhaul and I.Uetcalf. Sunday and came home Sunday night ham ana & party there. f
Captain Hendricks wants to J. W. Comstock Maildock Guy Leader. Dr. D. AThouiason.
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acid put in readiness for winter business, C. Cooper and wife, of Jacksonville, I uuch to the gratification other father if Song. \o. 60, Young People's Hyrabal The Knights of l'bythbs hall in the "

Mitchell. York accompanied by Mr. and Mrs- G. W. no other fellow. Prayer, by the leader. upper part of the public school building T. ,

.. Mrs. C. S. New City. Mr. James James of Guernsey England Jones and daughter, of !St. Louis. are on A carload of the canned products of I I Song, No. 93. Las had its ceiling! and sides as far down .' f

'j, who has spent many winters in Florida a well known traveler who is afre- I the Lake today, guests of the Hotel I the Mangonia Cannery was shipped I Lesson reading, by the leader. as tLe wai..scotting uen a bard oil finish -
all of them in Si Augustine, the Lake, has been a
I nearly quent sojourner on Palms. Mr. Cooper is of Florida's last week Canned pine the leader.
one I north Saturdays Exposition of lesson, by and the waiuscoitiug. door and wai-

't_' spent last winter here at the Earman guest at "Loch Side," the home of his I ablest lawyers while Mr. Jones is known apples and canned pineapple juice form Song No. 88, by the Gospel <> -J and liked this country and clii McFarlane for a I I
House, : daughter.! Mrs. James in Florida as the business manager of ed the contents of the car. Mr. Branuing-And the Spirit and the ; well that she is back again in her of weeks Last week while i hail
mate so couple past. the old Times-Union when his brother C. I Alex S. Rowley left for a visit to his Bride say Come. ot the entire .
arrived at the Ear. beach he had the I Ii -- -
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't. ", quarters walking on handsome i II. Jones was the editor, while of receiu brother Frank and other friends in Boynton i Mr. Whitehurst-And let him that the Knights; of P>thias Castle Hall: i
House laitweek.A. fortune to pick up two '
f min rare good Nautilus shell. i years be has held the same position on !i last Wednesday night but came : heareth. say, Come. last Friday night, the folowmz! were f
of the 1
t S. Lamond is _now at Port Tampa specimens the St Louis Republic and on the Post home in time to begin school again I Mr. Anthony-And let him tint is elected officers of Evening Star Ledge | '

,'. with his brother, J. F. Lamond, ex. These be has taken with him to England in Dispatch. At present Mr Jones is out I Monday. He took his fiddle with him. i athirst, Come. 'I' for the epsuiug scini-aunu.il term: Chancellor -
Later
r Mayor'of this town. Andy Is now the being on his way there will now.return, to the of the publishing bUoirlessantl a resident There has baen twenty-six days work j Mrs. Dick-And whosoever w ill kt him : Commander l Geo. S Adams; Vice
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proudest man in Florida, the.|ather of a the season for another Mr. James visit. Apropos of his of New York City. don on the public County road between i j take of the water of life freely Chancellor S. H. Happersttt; Prelate

dainty little Miss. Win on the i3th ult Lake traveler Mr James has :, -e. I Riviera and Priest's Creek and that part Duet. D. A. TiMlI.son, M. of W..B. F. Carter;
as a I
at the home of.Mrs.. Lamond's parents reputation condition. All w e Remarks by visitors. M. of F., J. A. l'u"b1.. .of E., A. L.
the ocean upwards of thirty THE TROPICAL SUN may be found on I of it is in pretty good
Andy there is no crossed Announcements.Doxolugy. M ..t A., W. F. Arnj
Michigan. says Haajh; Tong, Jr. J
in h- enjoyed of travel and sale at the newsstands' of G. W. Idner want is for the County Commissioners to I
and years
Lake Worth, and he will find times .s K. ol K. .ad :>., Gay I. Metes o i
tb place like study in all the countries the globe. & Son. i let the good wore go on, until the entire A .
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'',f'' ,A SERIOUS PROBLEM. IN RUSTIC WAYS. SELFISHNESS.We Mathushek PianosAre Will Open January 16, 1899. ,

The blackbirds whistle all day loot,
A rhythmic ghdnesg in their son;, Nearly Always DUoever it taOtbera ,,1,1I tianos With a Name, THE BOYNTON ';-

THE, COMPASS AND THE GROWING And night ana morning down the law bat Never Ia Ourselves. I Pianos That Have A Reputation A pleasant and convenient hotel justinilt
Drifts by the cowbells' rude retrain. insidious of all the
the most
Probably
', ,USE OF ELECTRICITY. second to none They are the and newly: furnished, located on
.. The flicker dips on golden wings faults ia thai upon the absence of whichwe kind that have flood the test of the ocean beach in the town of Boynton
And far across toe meadow swings. most pride ourselves, and that at the .foot of Lake Worth twelve miles south
J: c A Danger That the Magnetic Needle The swallow skims in lines of grace time and have satisfied the most '
same that we notice moat readily Rs of Palm Beach. Can be reached by P. ;r :
-t Slay Or Ilcadered Practically Useless Like to the cunes that painters tract others. In some of us it ia pride, ia i critical musicians in every way. I E. C. R. R. or by hunch, sail boat or ...v.;;
t to the Uarlner and the Bar Above, below and everywhereA others gossiping The list is long and w They Are Not 'steamer 3
r c ,e>or-A Curious Discovery A of living thnlla the air.Spring's I we knew it without going into details, A quiet place with pleasant surroundings -j
f.1 message through the silent seal old style pianos that have been for parties who wish to remain for.a 1
that which do not to realize
Although the invention and introdnotlnu earth and wood and ia bleat but WQ eeem .
With :
, sky rented for years and then offer- period to enjoy the healthful climate : :
is that the most faultof
is_. of the trolley system! of street! railways very common ed ire of Southern Florida from the '
aa nor away
The hedgerow blossoms stain the sod, all is selfishness.We "great bargains,
I .';,,.- bave been of inestimable value to The south winds make the gnaws nod, us as a mass they "cheaplow.grade"pianos hurly-burly of large, fashionable hotels. t
civilization it has incidentally wrought And woolly lambs ia awkward play do know that nearly every one No formality, no stiffness, everything i'-
Down the green hillside ambling stray we meet ia selfish, but we seldom discover 1\ made to sell "at half price. pleasant and sociable.
harm here and there. '" tt .0
t r., come Emphasis bow selfish we are ourselves unless Piano Is New Good, large pleasant rooms, and \
"E:: 'was laid on one of these drawbacks to The Along lights the blue and shadows horism run sink or awls shown by a sudden touch of deep 01 Every homelike table service can be obtained .. '
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and is made in
the
eluctrio traction in the address delivered And penciled faintly on the skies regret Moat of na discover, for instance r every part for$zoo per day and upwards. Special
;{- by Professor A. W. Backer at a recent A ghostly half moon's crescent Ik* that we were selfish in refer. Mathushek Factory, rates by. the month.

,:& meeting of the British Association For The blackbirds,chant the whole day ton* ence to come.dear- friend dead but we .. .. which is a guarantee that it will Call or address for further particulars? ,

;!r tho Advancement of Science. A rhythmic madness in their song. stop right there, and while we regretthe f last a lifetime. THE BOYNTON, Boynton, Fla.
.. In various parts of the world observatories And dusk and dawn along the lane past and shed useless tears over the ..,. Take ,
Chanceson
t have been established for the par Echoes the cowbells'rude refrain. lost chance we do not make any new Why
pose of keeping track of the changes in Erntfet panion.MoG&fley in Woman's. Bom* Com discoveries-namely, that we are selfishto cheap pianos when the Old

;'. the direction in which the magnetio our living friends-and while we and Reliable athushek can be

'4 needle points. It was long ago discovered ONE GLASS OF WINE. think 'ha'.they are being unfair, un- ,,.Give, bought at prices and terms to OYSTERS :
:- not only that the compass does not kind, to ns we forget to be generous suit you? There are more than
aim directly at the north pole but that a. Belief That It Chaaced the HUUry ourselves to look beyond the frown, 15,000 Mathushek Pianos in

tho amount of variation in its indications of This_Couat J'. the hard word, the selfish act neglect, the South. "You Should Have In All Styles and l\J
" from true north undergoes slow It is said that a single glass of wine and see what it is that causes all this, One." 'At
alterations. Hence it is necessary to probably wrecked the Democratic partyin to see what strain our friend is bearingand All Hours. J

lauko fresh charts showing the variation 1860. The story is worth telling share it in so far as patience generous Genuine Mathushek Pianosare -J

for different parts of the globe After the breaking op of the national forbearance, will lighten it only sold hyLUDDEN ...- '
every few years. Bnt in order to get Democratic,. convention at Charleston Think: how selfish most of us have &; D1TES' S.31. II. 111I

tho data for bach corrections the the party in Georgia held a state con lOOn in time gone by, how quick words Fred Kahn, Manager. ,
hi n'bt importance to the surveyor and vention. Great excitement prevailed.The have gone out to hurt hearts already The 29 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. Special Meals or Oyster Suppers ::
mariner-it is requisite that careful ob- leaders of the party could not hurt when from ns at feast that particular Prepared on Order.Brsbone's .
kcrvationa Le made continuously at a agree. It waa a critical period. cross friend had a right to hope r,

number of widely separated points. The majority report indorsed the se- for better things.Do Subscribe for the Sun .
Two of the most famous and hitherto ceders or bolters at Charleston, while not make a very close examination Restaurant .:<

ust'f al institutions of this class are situ- the; minority report opposed their ao- of things in general and see whether & ..
ated in Washington, in the grounds of tion. The leading champion of the minority you are not yourself more selfish than
tho naval observatory and in Toronto was Herschel V. Johnson and are your friends, and remember that Geo. S. Hacker & Son Opp Couucil Hall, WEST PALM BEACH
1,. interference of the electric currentsthat his followers were confident that his the greatest generosity in this world is
{1 run through the earth and the eloquence and logio would carry the to have patience with others in their
'f track of trolley lines which have been "selfishness," for in half the cases at JEMINOLE BARBER SHOP.

i constructed near these_observatories interfere day.It ia quite likely that such would leant it is pain or worry, not real in- 1JWDt. ._
r' so much with the behavior of bave been the case but for an unfortunate tended unkindness at all.-Philadelphia -Sun. Scbaudt, Proprietor.
the instruments of both places that the mishap. Ex-Governor Johnson be- Times. ( Formerly at Hotel Royal Poindana. ..

=: records now obtained are practically gan his speech before the noon adjourn. Only White Barber iu the Town. .
worthless. And the experts are greatly ment on the second day and concluded OUR JAWS NEED EXERCISE.
., puzzled by the problem of escaping from after dinner. ,.<" I I West Palm Reach, Florida. t' I

-j ;r. this VexatiouS interruption of their Old men who remember'tbat speech Lack of Ha>tl ation Caiuea Dyapep. J

f work. say that it was a powerful argument. ala and Teeth Trouble ..... DUES
THE LITTLE
HOLIDAY GIFTS FOR
So delicate are the influences which and the impression gained ground that Mastication is rapidly becoming a lost T s" ..
:.. the magnets in such an observatory are after the noon recess the speaker would art, and although we have become
; Call and See Our Stock of
intended to investigate that they can be demolish his opponents with a few hardened to the fact that three-fourths

perceived only when the apparatus is fledge hammer blows. of the dyspepsia is due to this cause, il MANUFACTURERS OF TOYS AT HARD-TIMES PRICES.
t most scrupulously guarded. The room But the overconfident friends of the might surprise some of us to know thai I
.t'. in which they are mounted is underground minority report were doomed to disappointment the early decay of the teeth and diseased A Chance to do Yours Doors, Sash, Household Dry Goods Just In! ;

Visitors are never admitted except Johnson felt the strain of of the gums are occasioned by this same Ladies' Dress Goods Coining!
J under unusual circumstances and the morning session so much that he lack of maxillary exercise.A Blinds MouldingsAND
,
j"i are required to deposit their jackknives, was unable to eat anything, and he tooka disease of the gums, called fiigg'a ,',' Women's Wsar-Drj Cools,Drsss Eoo h and Family
i keys and all other metallic objl'Ctsabout glass of wine upon an empty stomachto disease, which is every day becomingmore ; Notions Will Ba Our Spscialty.
?* their persons before entering the apart strengthen himself. This was a fatal common, is canned almost entirely Building Material
f ment. The magnets, generally bars oft mistake. That one glass of wine perhaps by the want of proper mastication. (Hi's.! A. JflfiJEHSKI I, Proprietor.Chau .
steel not over six inches long, are poised changed the destiny of the nation I Twenty-five years ago this trouble was CHARLESTON, S. C.
l above a scale that is graduated to the .. Bulldlai ClutaU ATCOM, WtU Palo Buck:
The great orator resumed his speech, not considered of any importance by or Largest Factory South.
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most minute fractions and a telescope but the wise had nauseated him. Ha the dentist on account of its rare occur
>: on an adjacent pillar, is used to read was hazy, verbose and unintelligible at rence. Send for Prices.
the fluctuations, which are too small to times. His style and argument lacked Today it is given more care than the Job (JUST OPENED

be discernible by the unassisted eye., A i vigor, consistency po lthen8l!& Hit decay of the teeth, as be is frequently :4 .,
IF YOU 'VAN'rFIRSTCLASS
tiny mirror aa big aa a dime catches abeam friends looked at one another in despair. consulted by patients who have a full Whim WLai
of light more slender than the The men on the other side were exultant Get of natural teeth which are quite loosein 1 11 TONSORIAL WORK.
lead in a pencil and reflects it away to It was evident that the speakerhad : the jaw. Aside from this they are Always Go To-

a sheet of slowly moving photographic damaged his own cause sound and healthy, and after a certain 1>. 51. GEAURIDEAU, LAURA E. BUTTS, Propr.
paper on which a permanent record is Then Howell Cobb and henry B. development in the disease nothing can The Old Reliable

made. The arrangement of the apparatus Jackson followed each other for the ma- be done to help them. n. 1 Shop on Banyan Street West palm Boa
is Bitch that the movement of the magnet jority report. They spoke whd an air By lack 01 exercise; the blood which First Class Laundry Guaranteed.

't is magnified many times in the record of expectant triumph and captured the should nourish both the bones and the P. A,REYNOLDS. W. N. HUI.L. Clothes Collected, Safely Cared for
in order to render the changes per convention. game is not carried to the part nor does
and Delivered.
Promptly
ceptible. The majority report was adopted. It the blood carry sufficient material to the
There are three Beta of instrumentson ia unnecessary to follow the history of teeth; hence the enamel formed ia defective -
on duty in such an observatory.* One the next few weeks. The national Democracy and early decay results. Frequently .. REYNOLDS & HULL Laundry at
.; wings horizontally, like a mariner's
too the mechanical
was completely disrupted and develop-
.f' compass. Another dips up and down.A put two tickets in the field. Lincoln ment of the jaw is arrested by this same Core Clematis Aye & Rosemary St.
third is designed to measure the in- was elected and the country was plunged want of motion.
tensity of tho earth's magnetism, which WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
into a civil war. Had Johnson mo Moat of the food among the better
j la a separate thing from the direction ceeded in inducing the Georgia convention claw of people today ia cooked *o as to PRICES REASONABLE.
in which it acts. And so sensitive are to adopt his conservative ideas it require very little mastication, and the
ii they that their readings are apt to be is safe to say that other southern stataa consequence is that the muscles have SHIPPERS AND DEALERS IN Comfortably Furnished Rooms to Let."YouBuy'Em""IServe'Em .

,1 interfered with by exceedingly trivial would have fallen into line with our become flabby, the jaws slender and the ,
t,- causes It ispoetomary for the superin- commonwealth, and the national Demo- processes for the attachment of the
tendent to inscribe on the scroll "Visit cratio party would have remained muscles almost obliterated.Boston I "
c ors admitted," whenever such a breachof united. Globe POMPANO
OYSTERS Cooked flu you like them while!
the regulations is permitted, so that This ia the dory of what little glass you wait Served in All Styles,and a tall hours, ,
if any 4\bnormalfiuctuation ia detectedin of wine did. It ruined ObedienceA ol Order*. between 6 a.m and 11 p. m.Refreshments .
a great party, Cold Drinks and Cigars.
the motion of the magnets a suspicion naval commander in the reign ot .t
caused a disastrous war, and besides the
1
SPANISH WILL )MELTOH'S BESTAUHiHT
MACKEREL
r' ,_rut-its'meaning will be excited in the loss of life cost the south over '''.000.- Queen Anne was ordered to cruise witha OUve Street, West Palm Beach, -us
squadron within certain limits the '
examines 000000. Perhaps this Is rather epocu- on .
lative but there are many who believed coast of Spain. Having received infoimatioo .
lu spite of the delicacy of the apparatus it Atlanta that a Spanish fleet was in Vigo The and
a generation ago.- Constitu Tropical Sun BLUE FISH To Rent by the Hour or Day. 7
it may seem surprising to the lay tion. NDidn't beyond his limits, be resolved to risk .
: mind that the passage of trolley cur- big personal responsibility for the good ONLY ?NEW BICYCLES IK TOW$.
rents at a distance of many rods from Irritate Him. of his country. He accordingly attacked
the observatory should be able to affect Here is a glimpse of the seamy side and defeated the Spanish fleet with uncommon WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.BOX Next Door North of Tropical Sun Block.

rT the instruments within. But they do of life in Cornwall from The Cornish' gallantry. When he joined the W. R. MITCHELL,
-4 and it is impossible to separate in the Magazine: admiral under whom be served, he was 187. II-24-U Proprietor.

record the variations produced by genuIne "I'm afraid, Jenny, you irritate your ordered under arrest, and was asked,
changes in terrestrial magnetism husband with your long tongue." if he did not know that by the articles Job Department '.
4 from thoM! which are caused by the "Aw, DO my dear Miss Vivian, I'd of war he was liable to be shot fox ;............... .......................Ia11.1.........

"i trolley. Professor Rucker said a few never say nawthen to en. To'ther day disobedience of orders. :

days ago: "From all parts) of the world I was 'ome waitin for'a, to come 'ome ,He replied with great composurethat i GR1\IN HAY -' :
., we hear of observatories ruined or to topper. Eight o'clock come, an no he was very sensible that be was, .. ,
: threatened by the invasion of tho electrical Jan; 9 o'clock 'come, an no Jan; 10 but added "The man who is afraid to : FLOUR, GRITS, MEAL, COTTON SEED; MEAL AND: __ :

engineer. Toronto and Washington o'clock come an no Jan. I put up me risk his life in any way when the good Prints Letter Heads S POULTY SUPPLIES. ALSO NEW.... S I, ,
'' have already succumbed, Potsdam, bonnet an shoal an went to every kiddly of .his country requires it is unworthy .. .. '
;1 Pare St. Maur. Greenwich and Kew aretip' wink ia town, thout Dyke Winsor'a of command in her majesty's$'vioe.It Note Heads : GARDEN SEEDARRIVING : !
.
When I there there Jan. _.
besieged, and the issue largely depends come wor Nuggeta. "
;
i- upon whether these great national ob- Says I, 'You ugly murderen veilan, StatementsBusiness "., .
servatories can or cannot make good theest killed thee fust wife aa now What He Found. : FRESH ALL THE TIME. :

their defense." theebt want to kill me, too,' aa he up an "I've opened about 3,000,000,000 Cards : LOWEST PRICES'FOR CASH. WRITE for QUOTATIONS- :

? Although the practical service to knacked mo down." oysters in my day," said the old oysterman Bill HeadSAnd .

r mankind which ia rendered by institutions who sells you the real genuine nn JAMES B. BOURS Jacisomlle F1oridfl: i
,. of this class is alone sufficient to An Easy Way Out. fattened and unspoiled "salts," a penny all kinds of Fine Stationer : ;

jUbtify their maintenance and to war- At a school inspection some of the apiece, in the shadow of one of the big{ ......................................................
rant alarm AS to their future, there are boys found a difficulty in the correct market buildings, "and I have never
other questions involved which possess placing of the letters "i" and "e" in found a pearl in one jet
,, profound iutmtt for the philosopher. such words as "believe," "receive" "But I've found something just as Are You Supplied ? ;:I PROSPECTORS .

J.:' Wo know that the earth is a magnet eta good as pearls," he added with a wink.
but as yet no ono is able to say what When the inspector said blandly, "I have found four nice paying tenement
I will give infallible houses and good balances in .... AND .
makes it ha The fundamental secret of "My boys, you an eight _
t. terrestrial magnetism baa not been rule, ono I invariably use myself" the savings banks. There is a good deal in Give us a Trial Order

solved. Then, too there are. various pupils were all attention, and even the an oyster shell beside pearls, young INQUIRERS 1
r changes in direction which mark the master pricked up his ears. man, if you will look close."-New
k behavior of the needle that remain toe The inspector continued: "It is simply York World. 1.k

be explained. What influence is it that this: Write the 'i' and 'e' exactly Will find THE TROPICAL SUN '
makes the needle swing; to and fro to a alike and put the dot in the middle The Sensible Girl. And We Will. '
microscopic extent every day Why is it over them."Liverpool Mercury. "No" said the heroine of the"smart" loaded to the muzzle every week with .i

that the diurnal swing is greater in novel "I can never be 7Dm'wife. the information :.
." just they want.
Both SIdea.PapaYou
years of sun spot abundance than at the
minimum stage of solar activity? Whydo saw that big boy whip- "But why?" wailed the stricken man. Try it and be convinced.
the indications of the needle differ ping the little one, and you didn't in- "Because," she replied, "you do not

in summer from those of winter? What terfere. Suppose you had been that little converse in epigrams."Philadelphia Please You... Subscription Price 1 year, $2 ; Six Months, $1; Three Months, 50 eta '
ia the key to the mystery of the long boy? North American.It -
period movement that makes it neces- Bobbie-I did think of that and was

sary to rechart the situation? What going to part 'em, but then I happenedto is an easy thing to be a millionairein ATTENTION MERCHANTS
causes the convulsive behavior of the think a'pose I was the big boy SoI Berlin. A yearly income of over $9-

magnets for a few hours or days when left 'em alone.-London Fun. 000, representing the interest on 1,000- THE MIAMI BOTTLING WORKSIs -I!

c there is a great outbreak of sun spots? 000 marks, is the qualification for that .
t And is there any relation between the Too Great a Risk title which is enjoyed by 2,003 Berlin- prepared to deliver, EXPRESS PREPAID, to all responsible parties
if for me
inquires
"James anybody era
weather and the fluctuations in the
tell them I not in." BOTTLED SODA POP GINGER ALE
f earth's magnetism? There ere theories today am etc., .
Garlic from Asia and baa
"Yes, sir. came been
ou these subjects, but no generally accepted "There might possibly be one who used since the earliest times. It formed Patronage of Dade County Merchants! Solicited and Satisfaction Guaranteed..!- -
doctrines, and the human mind
f. is so constituted that it will not rest would not have a bill," muttered the. part of the diet of the Israelites in C. CASTELLANO. Prop MIAMI FLA.
until further light ia obtained.-New young man. "but I'll not risk 1$." Egypt and Wall used by Greek and Roman ii-H-tf .
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THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 51899. 3i .



I WOMAN'S WORLD. unfitting them. for a practical life U tendent of public instruction in Moscow ;

squarely contradicted by the fact in that In view of the difficulties of procuring FURNITURE
.. the case. A number of statistics proving 11
; a suficwm number of teachers
,." ALBRIGHT WOMAN WHO 13 A MEMBER this have been gathered by the faculty Household
in French for the men's colleges he Sewing Maenines,
OF THE UTAH LEGISLATURE. at Vaaear. which are included in a
F proposes to employ women as teachers The Beet Mil-blue Made Light Running and
recent catalogue.A in the lower classes. They must be iobiellliS .a'

Bashty Heede MOM Sleep OeeoptUo* of large percentage of college women qualified as home governesses or teach- "",
College GirlFellowthlp Amour We. marry. Of this number many are engaged ers of French who have had special .' Sole Agent for the famous Wall TrunkMat: .j.
at the time of their tresses made to order. A Complete
marriage In in that and ,,
BM.-A Woman of SBOOCM-Womea tome profession or occupation. About preparation experience language as teachers. several1eara' The- .' A... I Hue of ,,

S i 'feIohen. .bait of these give up their activity minister of pnblio instruction added FURNITURE .;, "

I Mrs A. 8. Home has been elected to being married, and as many more continue that the candidates must make formal I of all descriptions at Rock Bottom Prk'e bulb :,

the Utah legislature. Mrs Horne is a it In a group of 1,083 girls grad- application to him and wait till they Wholesale and Retail Baby Carriages from *6

Democrat and a woman of advanced uated from Vassar between 1865 and are given a place. up to$20. Go Carts, Refrigerator,Ice Chi sU, -1

ideas. She was born in Fillmore Millard 1894 the statistics show that 409 are This is the first instance of women Etc.- -_ '

0000(7, in 1868 and afterward now married. Since the marrying ages being allowed to teach the other sex in t '

pent several years on a ranch in Pinto of women vary very widely, however, Russia, except in the lowest primary AdvertisersWho We have a consignment Of Oak Diners and

county. At the age of 15 she removed there is a chance that even these figures grades. Even this was only permitted Reed Rockers that will be sold very low. \\c _' a ;
haadle the famous Cleveland and ItaiuhU-r
to Bait Lake and entered the Universityof will be increased. In the case of Vassar in some parts of Russia. BICYCLES.

Utah (then the Deseret university). graduates it is noticeable that up to the This decision on the part of the minister .

graduating with honora She waa the class of 1870 about 60 tier cent of the of public instruction will prove of Especial attention given to our Mail Order \

second woman chosen to represent a entire number has been married. great benefit to scores of women who We ?Gnrantee Satisfaction both ia KO.I> and I '

graduating claw ai valedictorian, She The statistics themselves instructive. although well qualified as French teachers Price Call on us, or Bend in pour order.',

In a total of 1,082 graduates 408 could never hope to fill a place in a 'Use the IS and 17 Laura St., JACKSONVILLE FLA.

have become teachers 64 have pursued college and had to depend on private ONLY 6.00
advanced studies, and of this 4-2I D. E. COOPER M'f Co.
number lessons, or, worse, be a governess with g '> ;
; 62 are etill pursuing them. It is not all the indignities often attached to such I

common among other colleges for so a post Moreover it shows that womenare ,

I ,Jrt The large a proportion to become teachers. more and more regarded in Russiaas J. New Store New Goods Rock Bottom Prices i'
profession of letter, also exerts a
qualified to fill positions hitherto accorded Columns of .
strong fascination over college women, only to men.-Lizzie B. Gorin
and of this particular group 47 are journalists in Woman's JournalA TfiOf/IASOfi & B OWfi )

editors and authors. Some 82 of .
these are physicians, 16 teachers of .. ..f
are Jabot Party.
wt 12 are scientific writers, ,6 are librarians A Milwaukee girl gave a "jabot par Dealers in Dry Goods, Shoes, Ladies' and Gentlemen'sFurnishings F 1

5 are artiste 5 are farmers, 2 ty' the other day. She bad been shop and i
Ire chemists and 2 are raiseioaaiieai ping and had admired the bewildering ,\ {
New York World. display of pretty neckwear and desired THE We buy for cash and sell for cash, so give lower prices tlitn ,stores who give 1J
credit. Our motto is wiles and small alid l discrimination
to make similar jabots at small expense. Quick profits, no -
Fellowship Among Women. She happened to think of the"memcran- but sell to all at same price, goods are all ':

There was a new feature of special dum" system of sending goods to customers 11-10-tf plainly marked in figuro

significance upon the programme of the on approval and coolly ordered 4.
recent meeting of the Congregational two or three of the prettiest sent to her -- ,

1 Woman's Home Missionary associationat address, that ehe might try their effect Established 1875 t ',{.

Berkeley temple. It was notably in with her new silk waist She invited TROPICAL I

'( r!. l the nature of a new departure for the three or four of her girl friends to do William A. Bours & Co. ."

1 lisa. i.a. HOBKX. conservative dames and daughters of likewise sending from other stores. ,
Congregationalism to invite the That half dozen maids had
women night a a
fell ilcoa been a prominent member of
tf other denominations to to their From after dinner
come "jabot party. early Grain Garden
Seeds
the Alumni association and was the and Fertilizers.
meeting and tell of their work. But it until long after midnight they plied
fiat of her sex to be elected vice president ,
was commendably in line with the latest their needles, fashioning out of the materials SUN
concepts of interdenominational with which had No. 6 EAST BAY STREET
comity
Naturally taking educational they come pro- tr -:-- JACKSONVIM.E, FIA.
up and with the advanoemnt in thought of pared some of the daintiest trifles imag- .
f work, she became a leader in that field
the body social The result appears, too, inable. The next morning the original
and ia known as one of the best instructors to have been decidedly pleasing and instructive neckwear wag returned marked "Not We handle only the Best and most Reliable Sepia, A complete 54di of
in that region. In art music

aM literary circles she ia also prominent It was a to good all concerned.thing for the Congrega the right shades."Milwaukee Sentinel Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits,

her store of
adding to knowledge
tional women, with their special efforts Meal Cotton Seed Meal
Both
and
Dark.AT
Bright .
,by traveling in the east She is a regu Woman'. Cigarette Outflt. ,
for the Indian: Chinese and negro, to r
lar exhibitor displays of the Society hear of the distinctively Christian educational Cigarette smoking among women ison WHOLESALE- '
' ,of Utah Artists and is said tohave orig- work and special training nf the increase, so man says. He should CLAIM

I Intted the local Shakespeare society workers on the part of--the kindred or know for a woman rarely smokes before State Agent sforTygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
lira. Horne ia a charter member of the another woman unless the is a genuine
ganizations. There was stimulus in the Star Brand >Gnarautefd Analysis, Orange tree and Yeir/tanl Fertilizer. Pure
"Daughters of the Revolution, .is a good thought of the Christlikeuess of the slave to the habit Then she doesn't ground Boue,Nitrate so.U,Muriate of t'oah.uphnte: Potion. Kt nit,Me. Thaw rertilUeru -
parliamentarian and will Novices about have no Superior in the Market and a trial .ill common
prove a use- care. are very particular
deaconesses; of the need of the mountain Send for Catalogue,r'rue- IO-SS-97
member of the lower house.! She ia the their smoking outfits and think more It Is The
whites; of the 8,000.000 given by
a typical daughter of the pioneers She Methodist Episcopal women during the of their cigarette holders than they do ,

hu a daughter of 8 and a boy of 2. Her last two decades to help the unchurched of their cigarettes by long odds. The
husband U A bookkeeper in the State latest fad is to carry a small fine leather 0-NARCISSUS STREET.
heathen of our own country. The work
tank of Utah.-chicago Times-Herald. case which contains a tiny holder, an
of the Episcopal women, though blended -
in the general missionary work of the ash receiver and a match safe designedto l THE MY SPECIALTIES : i
I BooUty x..d. MM Sleep. hold the smallest of small wax
church, yet was stirring enough with lot -
The conclusion reached number These articles made of
by a matches. are BEST
Its record of $319,000 given in the last
'of prominent Philadelphia women that year alone for missionary work at our pure gold and generously jeweled with PAXCY FAMILY GROCERIES. iJ

'wdetj require more sleep has attracted I doors. The Baptist representative also diamonds, sapphires and rubies. The CORNER CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS
attention in social circles in holder has of G
much a mouthpiece extra fine '
bad her stimulating story of good workdone. H
Washington.[ Mrs. Lyman J. Gage, amber. Other handsome sets are madeof FANCY TEAS AND COFFEES. 4
homein
: She, it seems, felt much at
jWtfo of the secretary of the treasury, the Congregational gathering, be- gun metal embellished with semi- GROCERY FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES ,

to it. The precious stones and are much Uled.- IN SEASON.
aid.i cause she had once belonged
in favor of York: x
am heartily Washington Woman's Home Missionary association New Sun.

society emulating the good exampleof and kindred societies of other denominations Advertising
She Own the Town x '
the Philadelphia women. immeas- NEW STORE NEW GOODS COURTEOUS TREATMENT.
are undoubtedly doing an \
#. "There ia no doubt that young girl Mrs: Andrew Jackson Blackwell a I ,
urable work for the national uplift.
I
frequently ruin their health by the late half blood Cherokee woman, has just :

t boon which their social duties entail daughters These are of their the genuinely Their patriotic laboris come into possession of the whole town '.. W Prompt Free Delivery on Both Sides of the Lake. II)
country.
r Nor ii the evil confined to young girls.Young In for the of David, Cherokee Nation L T. The .
pure patriotism. caring 1,000 white inhabitants of their own > ,
matrons, elderly matrons too
and sin trodden
neglected our J. F. OLIVER
among
are often sufferers from 'the pace that will gave to her all their property, Proprietor.
I. millions they are doing more than the I
kill.' which she will hold under her name MEDIUM
politicians, whose hangers on prate of
until the is allotted and the
the country
i "But most of all I think that long services to the
their public safeguard -
whites allowed to hold property in Indian
hours injurious to our young men.
are
welfare of the nation. It should onlybe
,They, unlike their gentle companions in a question of time for the breaking Territory in their own name. A POPE & McLAURIN JACXSONWHLoC tiALLORIDA,

social gayety cannot lie in bed in the down of all barriers between these or- decision of Judge William Springer of ,
morning. the northern judicial district of Indian i
"Many of the men who figure ganizations and the establishment of a Territory declared the people of David
young I international
national and clearing
Fruits and Produce
to be intruders and ordered their houses ;
busy men of affairs. To
in society are house for increased efficiency in their OfAnyWEEKLY
be coofu cated. To avoid their
to losing
danoe and act the agreeable from 7 or 8 labors.-Boston TranscriptA ,
..
in the evening until 2 or 8 next morning homes the property was transferred to 5

and then to appear in the world of Mrs. Blackwell who, being an Indian Commission Merchants.
Woman of Socceu.Mra
business before noon ia to carry out a can own property in the territory.
George B. Carpenter is a Chicagoan I 4 Fancy Grades of J' '
programme which cannot fail destroy Batten and Cheese.
both mind and body.I by birth and a woman who has Women and the Law. 1 .,/

"I think that the hostesses of the the admiration of the large circle of her The Boston Business league has for We Solicit Your Business.We ,..
I evil friends for the unique and remarkably its object the study of business methods a v
:opening season can alleviate this only solicit,the business Merchants and Will Not fill orders from Consumer*-they .
iTo begin such functions as cotillons and successful business she is prosecuting.She and of laws affecting women and chil- PAPER should buy from their hume dealers. 10-11-97
has an agency the only one of dren. It of
about 9 and to end them shortly is composed mostly women
. german after midnight would be a step in the the kind in Chicago and probably the owning property and desiring to know
only one in the country, for supplying how 13 manage it Aside from the reg-
direction.
right MM. Julia D. Grant laid: "I will people who entertain and societies which ular lectures of the league, which will BICYCLE HOSPITAL

indorse a concerted movement wish to give benefit performances, with be on commerce, finance, law and spe- .
cordially
most of the social leaders of artists and programmes, both musical cial work of and for women a class in J We have the exclusive County Agency for the
the
on part
Washington to arrange that the hours and dramatic. When Mrs. Carpenterwas parliamentary law baa been' arranged In The LITTLE JOE WIESENFELD CO.
;
left widow number of
entertainments a a years under the instruction of Mrs. Susan S.
now given to evening ago she became the lessee of the Cen- Fessenden meeting the second and I and will carry in stock and have for sale
and more in accordance
fewer so
shall be ,
with the laws of nature. tral Musio Hall which was, before the fourth Thursday of each month.-Wom THE FAMOUS ENSIGN: BICYt'lE.Ton : .
of the Audi&oriumthe great
building an's Journal.
i "Mothers of young girls now abso- place for concerts and recitals. can always find a full line of up-to-date BICYCLE SUNDRIES of th. '

lately dread their entrance into society She met with every success in her Some For otl." tinest quality and class. We have the only! latest style of EXAMELIXU

because of the great drain on their management of the building, and at It is easier to say what is not in stylein OVEN: this side of Jacksonville, and are prepared to make your wheel
strength which social life means. furs and fur garments than what is. TATE Of FLORIDA.
the lime time made the acquaintance look as if it were just from the factory.
the
"I think the older members of all the principal singers and musicians Big sleeves are out They are medium i
world of fashion can obviate all this. who here. (which a woman will understand) or OUR REPAIR DEPARTMENT

Have no entertainment, dance dinner Several came ago Mrs. Carpenter retired close. Everything has high, rolling col- is first class in every detail.

reception which will extend later thar from years business with an ample fortune lars. Muffs are not small Tails and WUEELS TO REST by the hour, day or week and all in jjerfect con-

.. midnight. a part of which had been left her heads cuddle and dangle more often sstiestitests $ is dition. ;
4. Mrs. John W. Foster, wife of the by her husband increased by her own than not All evening capos are not expensive. CRAWFORD BICYCLES.

former secretary of state said: "To my clever management and her well executed One in blue or black cloth, Representing: i SHELL:: BIOCIES. .

mind there ia nothing eo injurious to administration of the Music Halt lined with Siberian squirrel, is |23. LITTLE JOE WIESEXIELD Co.

tha health as keeping late hours. Dur She then went abroad with her eon and
tug a parted experience in which my her daughter Marion to -give the latter If grease is spilled upon the kitchen GEO. S. ADAMS Proprietor.

social duties have been more or less the benefit of a musical education on floor, do not pour hot water upon it, AdvertisingBate WEST PALM BEACH: FLOr1.IDt3.

r exacting, I have followed a rule not the other side. but cover the spot with a strong solution _

deviated from a dozen times a year, to Miss Carpenter profited so well by of unslacked lime and sal soda dissolved -
11:30 m. and rise at 7:30 in cold water and scrub vigorously -
11 retire at p. her European study that she is now one

m function of the delightful violinists of the day. with a clean scrubbing brush. Sheet Chas. N. Weishans
I I I "I. believe that all social While the Carpenters were abroad
to permit the participant The fad for coral and ,
can be so arranged aa Mrs. Carpenter's entire fortune was lost wearing jewelry
to retire before midnight, and and she was obliged to return to this the desire the great public has for beingin

I think that every hostess should striv country. Her agency fills a long fflt the fashion! and at the same time not -STATE AGENT 'OR-

to accomplish thia object I have elIvrays want and brings to Chicago musical investing all its money for the fad have

and I wel- from all cf the led to the mounting of coral In silver
advocatedwhich and artistic talent part Will be Sent on Ap-
baa ita further.came for cuff links.
country. & Martinez PaintsLime
"-Philadelphia Prose.Oooup.tIoe Longman
'anoo in view. Her correspondence includes petitions
Miss Maggie Earheart of Shambaugh,
| ot Cop Girl from people living in other cities who Ia, is a young lady gifted in evangelistic i
and
with artists,
ask her to supply them
I What becomes of the college bred letters which come work. The Methodist Episcopal Brick. Shingles,
the
numberless are plication. :
who have her
concln'iion
pastors employed speakin
the popular
be
girl It seems to requiring her aid in
from professionals
the highest terms of her 1
for professional efficiency.
that all her plans the placing them. Cement and Coal Tar.

lute of various commencement sorts are,forgotten and her life Mrs. Carpenter is one cf the conspicu Miss Helen Gould's secretary reports.

.day_ alter and 000- cue successes among the women who that the begging letters received by her

eooIn6iI quite that aa commonplace rf liei' lees favored ale- have gone into business. Early and late ia 189 called for gift of more than Agent for Sickler's Peerless Cement Plaster. i
has not
gentlonal M
Mrs. Carpenter
day
and day by In
the most $1,000,000. the last six months her
/fen It !. proved, however by herself being besieged by
minute to
a begging mail baa almost
reliable itatistiM that the,opposite of the scores of people whom her work Doubled. 13 South Hogan St., Jacksonville, Florida. 10-21-97 t5u t

this condition ia reallr tba caa. her. Exchange. I
calls about -
proportion of college bred After mixing a wedding or any rich
A largo useful and profitable occu- fruit cake allow it to 'tend three daysin


girls patione which enter or tbs 1DUI1.higher many or people education do both.seem The of to womanas prejudice have- In Women Russia lately Teachers the informed minister In Men'i of the Collets public superin instruction expert steams the refrigerator in them making first,wedd.ng then befire bakes.cakes baking.always An a h sori, v' fortJ cphs 3'e


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on/! real dietwoa oHt -da1. %!I5..I.Q.JII..6nr.... _IL-41 < warm
t THE TROPICAL SUN. Z .alSl, Barrtrt WB..-..34 -W W m. E. GRUBS Rap HARDWARE
IV J.swes Holmes! Jam E.
aod AD-
/ ZT,alS% tfe* /merry.sa ...,. 14 tai -. -a .' >.
lA
Hotter Payer lAt CwM), t1o.rJda. .
,_..__ :'r ..- .drr i championed the oppmitioo to Zal&.S.irTb ?Sm .a4 atsth...+ASiC. (

i TOPICAL fttl PttUjHIIC COMfW, the WMUOW anti the .obfd final/ Board decided to par the Pasttat and i'a.

'i' tint' L AlIS1LtI, EOnoav d'JfeloJ into a grwral cruse-firtf/D tin ctf Sax T onc t Sex. Crockery

.,'. ---- the amendment to the motion that Sepniauviot iuxred to".nt"JDd ,,-
/ .. .utl "II..Af!, ..
: t' I Vf*
..
At WUf "AtM IE.Os LOt
Miff. 'Jim rtAM.Aeteted .. til.tbt next Annual Mating of tt* aarpWst ftgauut Mr.l.crgtae. All Kinds of Boat Coods. .t

r- at the Pn.teMee el WM- ttii-) tofH1I. Htltkboldm. A vote dls+anw4 I the Tile Boyd decided aU to rt ngnizeeel sa-. tiavreD.raaasalla EDt

tte0wtde--- -.e mettef.fntlk4DAY trf'tJKtb fJ' 111ft opwnltihn j u IAt11Q Sa. ar Yea J Uoi5cWJf14 All Kinds of Fi him; TuLle dad SjwrtiBJoed*.

JAMAH fl, im +N. about orwfilth of' thai IIt4Jtk prvwnt ( tuaed for hao'se fie FUac Kenane OB S ;-.. ,
r--- -"'! --: -. .a.----a and l gating, hi' M." the lnI'fUtfMfIt I The foikxvisg waaarrtswere. HaiTMC Br.,.* b* r Miinl: t" jata.&

.Ztllelil tapentea: M&U o.cs01__ I'sompe AtteaUo& II+.:
It 1MW. motlonI&Is.
now MAI won lent nt 'l iff origin!
<
>C.a 11th. L, .. A tai.Nee.esd W*
eel opting fee rtromtnfodrtt of tf m"Jew:6, -._- _-11 sap -
10,1. If. a ., JL threw c.......* I
t1'rpctnrll l prrrolfnl.VuUti .
C\ttA! LlBftti am! the' BfAM and ". ,.,;-.... _.._ .__... __ ov.a II" PROFESSIONAL CARDS. LEGAL KOJICES.pITATIOX The Dade County State Bank
of' thnnU to J. L. Jeao o ..
Htll1Ptl PUsptdhtMpnln'ey4Iuwhug.III& 1".1,T'MoI. K.... R c..tr."IfW 54drop.
nhd iu tlrt F< t;. C Ity( ,'for eonrtii iltretfpndhl ..Bs.1L. .. ._ f W !West f-e/m Bfvch. Thn 2.
term 'heartily gftrn.Tfwluafmitttroa II.J.oa."hue. K_ A c. .,.daialfa. 117 I. METCALF, NOTICE. '

'rUiIJ Drahrlf: tat the dolling folia 1a. _._ ... ".. __InII 2totlelt. '
( SOffitMb, tdbirtttrrte X, to i;w.4 Rlrs. c:., 2 dkl no..Er.1.U. /* tie limit Cnrtef Lit Srmil Jdiciii a.- Authorized Opllal.1100.o0D.
tM U I lei
tfj to wtiiimuniiy to flnptt h'lt brought lo tfwir' r... -a.sel.. sad 44dets___ ... .... .21 Lacioaa. sOTAtr rusuc. Cereal tDif Cnniy, Fk ilk.is .
in th* i1UtHtutii.it( of wtigwi to twit .. J. r, f'.1..t..p mad rat .a Ce.aay.sagam ebl Feo6rn. Part Up Cqita/.llSOOD.
W. It MINK 1.l H. 9. r1.u.-r7.
(tl mph pttr&intf tliHr liflnaU t by (tort, ttntnlt'Jt, r pr." ... ." ....w.I'64. .__ .._z c;, f ;
t I droll' .H, F. (Jil.l-. J. R htr.k, H. K. .. :: JS. Je.... rel.p sad a.pte.LAND CUZ A STECLU.TY a E. IXktutMi aall 1 ".

U WoUjifttioti HIP iHWt lepton' 1Vrxi 1 4 W, 4, lip "fJfJ II. R.: JWnll .. 6wM .,.. -a t* ....c ...&JS,.stnTtatK4LNe,r..a. a. .,... 0.1'1$1)fA.ei.IfertU Da L t.D.towoU. f **M OFFICERS: < '
111th dolt Mil the )fu.iyrl ot dill !urn that *. K. ffc.. V. Jr toavhtf ""
.: | + < ( CUoCd Died.A. E... OUKt. Pnarttt. -Jtf
f tin. lull' (lint was J,1f"t.f'l1 I tU >torkwltiiout
'
/ 'I ea4larn. tto.ru. )s. UV?._ ,JJ V Etaaaa.It ) '\
1 (hili) turned 1 to tlip good tit( HID l
.. j 'I.D.H tOICK30tkPTviXt..
hhlib'ri dtri4fP.1'bIf ", V'i5-iwt ht..'.. ls.bl.cltaatt- naaaw.wc, .aC.ta..taaa. .
Uhiftlelhodlilitilntf' $fpn.rl.{ ... ta* a..4an( o* !@eM.R.
f\\hHMH\h.y 3341X15 Caihie..
| flnwly tlK1,1 "Ulr, rtors time )q. 7 f* ,14 .-- 1J. CA3ft'IY.LI, 6EO. L. ,
.. Yak*. a ta3f&t. fcr (OAjiajaau n the
it the iluet. It I ii to .$1halsll IONyID.atHeaar.tkaa..ga..I.t.40,54 PUPE
|taltitt ( |tr .
r"tlr..1 i and Mti return l with AI'tltt ran aiaer ewt tW w e.flat L..ICI.1t. are
thl\t tllllt ,) wilt t few 123 COUUELLfiUT UW. Ofece Houn from 9 a. m. to a ,. ea.
Industry HTORjEJI AID lic: ci that WHcfti
acv $1s.4:1)yeurc a asea.at.a.r.t
( on their flection of ,.(fJ.Tf of 1O A%. k.F12ie4b, J'.IatW I
'letrol' ftiut' ettctturngfid t wllipr thnn J1* 11. .... .. ... .-......... .. .-... I' 111 14: Cay attest. .A tae Stated *.sal W aRsakst GeHrtl BUDII Easinss Tnwctd
lliM Aftflocfntion( 'for the
tnolflrrrn : oir ,wr. tt sbctiay W cw twaW"' 4w
be d"'fU.I' tin |'giuhiftte < 140f.LT.Wi.rsrliw.tadgftetgll .Uf jhtk.0NTJw( :. FW&J a.
t
\tttIwth4 sir 4
'Else of' Ina l t l'ur wrre re'L' awl ....Sic,. W...,,. ,, C 77 fat; fiat tine W .o nee ia the Suir olordcfvd tot.. upNOtl rvtsitted oat day etretipt.
Nttot cntifmt fall" tit ,tatwflltt Fbw4h ." "oaW bind.
-a eabpna
0H| > apes
1MSI. KC. Jue..s.eea.eattr' sort l 1rL"aM &bd.s tW
I.lrd..l. tlij (J. Alftttlnm.' lVf.'" p.-
>* buI"4 ltitre'lIol Luke Worth.CWM insets i. .... to Jaa'jr 1,1 iV-,_, .00 II C. HOOD 31. D.PHTVCHX Its h.eeiute GUI ti* M&i A.J. rq..l"Ift'",the raised State.299T "
.lout. Gd.11'. (I.11'buns. Vlwl'rt.r- tlr.Ak4aPraryitirMa4e..V.01IMl..j.Llatiwawie..aaa.dpeL Cart 4 appear at the ban Newe at Ie-

p- l dent; T V, Moore, Hwrrtflrir; I'vl. W. .. M9 SUSStO rVrfiiA.fr* fat --- -- ---

-1! I I. Alien TrrnaunriO. A. lUibituion 4Jr... .... _._.-. _. .." ..,.... ._... .. 11/J ...., aunt l *r or rn-u...1-I. 1&1f9.
1.I11llN.l ; .., asp iGararaee Layat YatrrtasaikadPALY : to&atw"Mid td (euai jtuBLBr Clematis Avenue
I 10.15.. vrokalsSL Viii. h4 caw
Auditor; l'xx-tillTr''ontr: ltt., II. t;. Nil tifttn tut IU BM ia*t...Jaa11. BEAr'H. stn pat.tar \

At ID liVlor M. un Nunriity Ins A'wiill, W, I I. Alien and. H. F. Oit>t U cloy h>J______MOO .
.. IUt'A L T )1"10"7 &- .._ ruGuaratactfally PUt u, )1. D m.i.d at Wet Pala: k, f'uutJ 01 Oakaid Supply Store---::
lf> unit ol tea must Important( "nlltlthAt The question of' no olHrbil |>'I|*r Mkd.- H.u.. ? 'tazed Fkrbda.for thin (,.,) 4al-,

Wnternllt 'For the &w aid ordned at Jean, Dade twity.A.F .
are, took jiltM In ten AftftoclnUon 'Wftwst brought
| Z.T. 1lenIu. Mat. PALM BE.1OfU
.n-u Fbur:3ath.iith day ci I .becUA 1194 :.-Test( Palm feoc..Fi.t14.-.
i; >tull,lH'W, \'urMl on the UlanJot up. and THE Tuoi-HAL Hex was act _.,-- (lnXBI'. .

!' Culm, when than HputiUli Hug ctu dc (!KntiUHl I li.v a uimuiuouiiTot?. iU4f' l'ilf' K li"JhJ Wt o i} diSy W. PUOII. 31. DmjCM .. ell rt to ta*Cirrtrt foart.EO0T. J. D. IIA THIS. Prvpnttor.i '.

down Th t E. 2. TAYLOLcoapaiwr.soiwe. .. ........ .. ...
; Id"It\ukluda's' ( nut hnritycnme >UHmMri meeting> wait then adournwl lid. tine,c.)
y THEY SAY ttaQ
SUBGtOi.O&cc .
40 ,
1 and In It. \,1"l w> WON run ui| that slummill | 1 and tIlt growerr***\ eW Y it.4&o-'t2akkSakr i aid SaaU Prvtt ,

-l.;, -..- ttrlptrt ul the Uuitod Statw ofAtnorlcA. tht'IIIMt'1vt'tt ftlllOI)1 the OOUI TOU ti- .ftf.ft l fi lHj jJ I IB r.+*t r..cl 4it W uI kl"skirt* Dram tl'tC'Co icon.R..ibtstcw ri D.+wr se Bakery Goods and .:;:;'

IItrlett adjacent to iMlt-ct( tbe new That what the Cubans and Phillip 3-2 W mIA VCaT of l1r wadi.PALM nue.BEACH. FLA O pITATIOX NOTICE. Family Groceries l 4

., Cuba woe tliwoffml bjr Ouluuitu metho l of covering pint lingperiimnted u. pines need the most jut now u bniai.

in 1403: ; In 1511 the flrbt ) with ly the giowtw in That some schoolboy think more cI r A. TIIO3I ASOX, D. U. S.WEST /* Lit Omiir Court of the SlxntAJidi- .....My Specialty.Goods J
'
; PpHiiUh w>ttl itwnt was formal, and) that vicinity.Ai Ibt \Atbcrlbaa they do of their let.tout. J. rid Circuit of.FWid.z. Dolt C tty.JM delivered free to any part I

conqutwt tuAilelnlSVJ. since which a whole, the meeting was quite Oee Caner 1n.CiI .1 u. ad Ode k,. Ciliary.EUGtAlE of the City or across the Lake.
All
Crier Gina Pruijt Ittutlu.
time Rpnln hturulixl the "Queen ot' harmonious and the re-elwtioo; former That some ol youth's virtues are vices PALM BECH. FLA. M IlEALETi> .
Afltladsulat.fen.Uiiiry knows ta the Goods First-Class and Fresh. Highest
t tilt Antilles" with an Iron hand. officers hhowed general itatb- and of its vices virtues. pruttrtaoi. bOW ere.w m tad bnde-wurk a JUlES OfLEYIt ) prices paid for country prodace.

}'rrqut'Dlt\tumptlt by the Cubans I faction with their effort and adminUtration That tbe man who is good at making sptciany. Tedtatraded.nS.atpain. appc&nax bjr affidavit of the solicitor lot A.
l i and 1 -. .
O&c Bout: .to U a. t ud 1 ta 4 P cvoplaiaaat.. that Jaaw H. IlttW.T the HOT ol me will earl you 810Whidden's "sgl
throw off their thraldom ever proved of the Association's flairs. excuses U good for nothing el>c. j-M -1 arfeadaat.Ii a rc- leat of the State of MoriDIVOECE. -
.
; futile, and only teemed to tighten That a tcmbstone is about the oaly da bit that ait place of abode W not (ko6-
I\K.J.A. PUGU.DEXTIST.. aiulr known thrrtia. he brl&z abwat aid
r her victim, until thing to a good word for a man
Spain's grip upon say
U. and there U BO one eke ta Market
r humanity' cry atirml the sympathising SCIIOoL BOARb PROCEEDINGS. after he u down. the Slate uf HorUa the lIt'I'yin..r Bbpo-ua !

heart of the great American That there is more rest at the bottom ba.1ute or "fuikrwI r.irersity. pus when wuaUl bind the N i LstlWS..t Wflboat Pala. at oidertd that the Mid iefeadant do appearto Is Prepared to Supply
the aid that than at the t. of the ladder. Tees
Republic and called foi bMUal trio1.w..boIl .
; Official Report of What The County Board Lien Uyerauoa the bill of complaint filed in this canes
baa freed Cuba from tyrannic rule,and That a woman sounds better than she ITKt Ua Ail Work. Xaiat him.OB the you with'Good H"1.,..
1 Did at Their Last Meeting. 72WEST PALM &.\CH. FLORIDA
today, floating from the castle and looks when she laughs. Sixth Day of February. A. D. 1899t Meats at firing PrIces. .

public placed of Cuba, the itara and West Palm Beach, That yon never can take JOur own time DANIEL e tame being tbe Rule day. or de/salt will :
Jan. 3d. 1899. l\ be takea a, aJB&t him sad said suit will prur -
without else's.
stripe etir the hearts of patriot taking some one ejrresA 01'1t,

with enthusiasm, and notify the Regular meeting of the Board held to- That the way to learn is to l 1tea. I DtHTlST.vyALLACE l b eiparte.It fart he'ordered that tab order be published -

world at large of Cuba's long Bought day.lPresent J. W. Jackson, E. B. King, That some husbands would be better COCOA, ISDIAS SIVKB.FLOK1UA.11MBL.1 for thirty daj prior to aid J. W. Comstock and Z. T. Merrill, TBOPMTAL Sex, a newspaperpob bhed weeklyto oultry ,
and long fought for liberty. off dead-also some wives. .
Being the first meeting of the newly West aim Beach Dade CoaDtnOI 44.
elected Board, organization was effected That since the girls are wearing the B. MOSES, Dated this 26th day of De l 't&. A. CCIMBT..
*
ANNUAL MEET: ar follows, in accordance with section colors the boys are all rallying round Sacceuor to A. W. Robert, Clerk lbeult Court. Native Meats a specialty.

38 page 13 School Laws: the flag. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE GOBDOS L BSOOMI, Cumplainafifa Sol'r.E.H.DIMICK .

.. Upon motion of E. B. King, J. W- That it is harder to keep from working : Agent Lr Wat Palm Beach Town Low also Your Patronage Solicited.

Or The Indian Hirer and Lake Worth Jackson was elected chairman for the than tawoik.That Writ i>SOTARPOuc.lm-i\e.vll Wattor Work Market ou Baiiyan Street

Association. ensuing term. Clematb A n8 lie, near Olive t r t.5H,7 ,
Pineapple Grower the way to success is all up hill. Fluriila. West
WutPalmbeicB. 11-12 WEST PALM BEACH.panish .
In with 38. Z. Proprifrt-
compliance sec. page 13.
.l j That many a man has been too clever <
Yesterday the above styled organization T. Merrill was installed as secretary.The I
for his
good.
own
METCALF.HOJARY Palm -
held the annual meeting ol Board of Public Instrnctioh of GUY I. i
,; That most people act as if they thought
Iteetoekholdereto transact routine Dade therefore stand as follows: PUBLIC Bed < and r
it read: "Remember the Sabbath day to
buuinetu and discuss meaaurea and Dr, J. W. Jackson chairman. DistrictNo. keep it jolly." For the State of Florida al ia/j. Beach .

of the 3, Cocoanut Grove; E. B. King, District DftoKortg *. Lei** tad Contracts
the welfare <
problems affecting No. I, Jupiter; A. W. GaraetU District That the only Santiago souvenir not Drafted.Conveyancing a.Spel ltT. ''ancy.'S'

growers No. 2, Hypoltuto: Z. T. Merritt yet brought home is one of the holes in All Work Guaranteed Legally: Correct. Drug
The meet called to order by Office In TKOMCAL Sea BkKk.Wttt .
ing was
secretary and luperintPndenLllinuleS the ground made by. the Vesuvius dynamite Palm Brach. Dade County tUTida.FHASKUN PineappleSlips ,

the President of the aaaociation, G.llattbams of last meeting read and ap shells. :' ...... --Store.DEALERS .

= :_ t, who briefly touched on proved. That female commercial travelers will SHEEN. GEO. O. BUTI.ER.SUEEX .

the year's work, leaving all data to Superintendent submitted the following be all right as soon as they learn how to & BUTLEK. and SuckersFor

for report of the Directors which waa report: "set them up again." IS-:'-
SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS. Rail,of the Following Varielirt,via
to be read Afterwards, and then W, Visited all the schools in the south That a house divided against itself Office at West FMm Beach Abhaka, Porto Rico,

B. MOM, L. S.1Rdrt4 and T. V.Moon part of the CountyVd! found good work lure to fall-so the churches keep divid Land legally tab-divided and map fur Smooth Cayenne,
being done. According to instructionsat nbhed. Selecting and gradini land*. locating
-t were appointed a* Committee ing. and wtiuiattujt timber a. prelalt.r. Care- Drugs Toilet Articles Egyptian Queen,

3x o 1I Creifenliaid.The last meeting, I appointed Jno. Davisu That the ones who make the world lu mild correct. by work mail receive cuarantw-d.prompt AUroicmanlcatlon att n-- Ripley Queen, Golden Queen,
Uatker at Cocoanut Crave colored
Mmou of the Iat Anaaalltet1nb9of rich prosperous and productive never tton. Mai and Blue f riot* it Lowe.t'ri White Antigue
thentnekhok.rleweieuaal cb/j6l No. 6. Owing to the crowded ret their share. WEST PAUl BEACH FLA. U-7-S Fine Stationery and Pernambuco, <

Chflditk/n of the Miami school I found Eaville.

tyl4tnMry T. V Uoore, re.M ed ii fi Ct **ry to order scats for the prim. That labor and capital work hand in LEX ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS Early delivery ran be made. lrt til ihe
baud-but capital takes the profits. Druggist Sundries. fruit truni thin ('lautatlonhaving been picked
fled 1tukpteAl. ty room, and to trove the teat from 1. Attorney at LawJACKSONVILLE tart moatb. Apply to
tA rr.ae tU ttfoob*(A the JM t* bat ffrtn to the first and KCKbd room, That the enforement of the law rests

i fag.v ol IU fmtd o< W* if8 t3 a* tier woe badly needed there, and with the people. FU. Prescriptions Carefully Compound! G.C. MATTHAMS,

fAkf at Jrth fu Jhsaary at4 *l wets kx* large (or the primary rOlIl I That woman's age is governed by the Fediral.A Practice. In all tbe Circuit COUNt State and East Coast Business Solicited. Florida Pineapple Company,

J C.ems at ltprtitt e'r s, at4 HiW. 1ct teflAtf.IdplnAFi&i1wc'17fi 1Mt8 tefsq ems /tnj-Uint t a "iD.t I the memory tf her neighx>rs. 12, :-"H. WEST PALM REACH H-10-U6 I I>
5 %(.97 West Palm Beach Fla.
t itecrta tecef+eerat Uo i'I have the bom to That no one will\ associate! with a wise 'n:

era'ce'Mfan4 at6f61w1 rvitfrritthidllttlAifrr Gantt 1Mi Ik f4Pn3 lalinK: ii> the neatset nun unless be acts foolish occasionally; CITY IIAItliEK SHOP :
tt i also 1.44. showing W. R.
yen a fepm MITCHELL
i That we are trying our but to keep First Dour South of tbe Post Office WHEN Jacksonville be sure and visit
fk &.st t.f eaofi f KBW/J tt, Jnbar1 *. Shoe Done Harness your Old Friend who will snrpruc
and Best
1Nagtlntf / Xft* kr tttt 4 ; ,,., from getting lonesome.That Equipped Easiest Chain Shop in Town.64tf Repairing Neatly you with Bareain in

; llicanuunl'fttpctr$;givi ty tt.th t4tirit Tice kfkwieg wertaete were 1 h.wd if yon don't look before you leap MILOCOOPEB.Prop'r.CHESEBRO Sewed and Repaired. Dry ('ood.s, Clothing and

rJ + ifrM you may not know yourself afterward. Out-of-town customers will receive
clnd le etnfe m nt evet y' arrftg lire fft-: attention. iirnts' Kunilshings ........
i4tetpt$ acid Etlpenllitot'h' f"'t't'm...)tfl4. fI'ftul Yn, 1M/d. 9. That the one who tips the waiter the I promt next door north of TROPICAL Shop on Olive SUN Street Build, D. SINGER, Manager. ,

f't iAgenti R. P r orohtllrtf wan 6 mt.er. ""'II"f! Mt deeded esrrak.eE moot tarn thc t Ut. BROTHERS, ing. 8-18 u II--n Bridge Mr eL Nor JA 'KSrtNVlU.R.Bay. FLORID

E whrY. [IIhttmm aa4 tM+H(4' e.4roppiiM That U easier to make wrecks of 1 Fulton Fish Market New York. I
1'iilioli' for His rVjk$ a* Wilt
( \ Ifs .. .. ",AfiE I. -- ,--
ttutitnltted'trYr'tie iMrectorrf, ant? Ftivkith rt .;ram f fipeoi5h vt . 1'Aftatd. VaV ::"k;; cellaf' !il'aalals wktk.5
the tionnd' betV&nFeb:
fr ft 1fT fi.: : Hum tif month 1'Yf, (If'
Jan CA f bat live the Our Indian River Specialties Are:
hwym grtimDy
: ; by
lltt Jf This report ihi*. ? it ti f..IN ktr. 1" trr(01lrll tttl' toft
.
; cotnplefditi' 7 male I.. Nf (m,nt"I'UtTtr.If' : : mtlr. Mli l/wiskrnij of the lode SPANISH MACKEREL i
tiiriisbaltYear.coiieiseatid
14 ;
tech fkf* it motrtfr If, MT.fItSIT i
i & T.
r Jetail;' drid"pr rseiit'4tiou'. It 1. '"tiHtS'flaiA'34mfhtld/ that girl enl
;d': stsloi edtttiiat'reta' and' while disfrl- 7. al.rj: lV \t in, J-ft, i.'i mme it ftf, are always *'}"nllt' alter bllfnial(!:. 8HEEP8HEAD BLUE-FISH,

;." br itjo te ii1t made to w 7, l\f: (. 3 \\" ;,?.tee. t,! rn&es lac ld. tlm the Mitt the time the faster SEA TROUT ETC. PROSPECTORS
y 12: .a11\i, SfittUe M. Xfa/. sim.riilh ih t,1I kth fWtflf" IrH11ff I"u. ,
ec r i t3 a feeylta poasibla from + 28.a1* g. f. MerrJtt, jit fcftn ..> d ar t waa tilt w 2%al27 Ana flouter, 2df mtmtft if* Mt 'thill, wit11 a woman ,.hllll.lllit she .. AND

t t3 i nrr fig,. M,J Obencaaiu, MloiITlr Iff f-0 i is im-ftg. it i II time to fun for the doctor. Prompt Returns aad Full Mar.e1 Values ,. 's
r: lin4appT Yws" :, 2111, Kit O'Neal.1s month: : Hi! M -- .- :-.
' t f i&t rwbagea pddrev )y Sino, JE, JoaeaM woof 1"! hUM24. TIttlU( niiliiaty b tlfllate not Civil Stencils Forwarded on Application. .INQUIRE

j f. Mra. G B.StgiEenx, slime MObenchatQ {,I, Solicited.
ntilla, o>! 111r : .\81 t III!! Correspondence
..
-'" nt -,Jt8:1.8: M matttfr I'* hit ...'. ..
r a- 4s c to elate tqry #, 418a'0\ 9 UgBtttour&i';i.f. jUt a Iii><<> flat QJI' wives Ale very Imtulgcnt -- Will find THE TROPICAL .SUN .. v. F

: the to 1; 1t onjka i. $,318". frimQ tjo)a*. *'! to-ai t"Wf f td (hbe..oI-hf9! '- w it

1 shpj ; .Si', 085 AttBto 9.'tj'uth6iri'fr to|(f Wfr 'that the ,...Iy lime a woman never CALEB HALEY & CO. loaded to the muzzle every week wlihjust I
it etahip ;( fe VAirft IW 11/4<
2*. ,186, Ireae'Wckar. ( *o '
'Ij net u 8@ ttmeii 1YQs .(t 9#,..urwJ, { ii, Mfurril' rte .Ui9a1A3.Eu t119 >'9k U when you give her your Wholesale l'ommis..ionlltalcrs in the information they *,waat'-'.z' .
irttr i'IbrY.518 it in slref &eoK)
; 3.t JJ. c a car.Ibat .
x Zee its atrF. #t'. dt.fl.tJ ALL KINDS OF FISH. Try it and be convinced. _.-_ .. "
t'
., l1 q rr .: the mltkt thing for a boy to
$1Qpt it uiu !ti, Mil (tl Nrtta,11 /
mu aetai. CuK '
iA tt "to "'r.fi ,
'i, U. X' k r'r (' htr.18a t tskh! with I pin is the school teacher. Special Attention given to the sale of Price I Six '
:"; j1ent p 1 ...Qont'IJIa ;q'it. K 11'kt', t Subacriptiou year, $2 ; MOB'l{ f.T.hresl; 3I.cm.3
" Pf 2 .1 'C: ; \ !.-tfmdlrtPf\ r'tJrt 'illlt' Wf.-injs and children are more Southern Fish. SPANISH MACKEREL, >
. .. datioU r- atk ;t.ojt POMPANO BLUE VISH, TROUT SHEEP
.,.. ; < K4.a J' ttm' r skt.tttiatedwhen: few and far between.
2 : : &1 t\1irt'lr. ViN fI/; HEAD RED SNAPPER SHAD, etc.Qu.r.tpnat.nt. .
.
t )ttttwe1.1dtht i iUl.u9iakar4 'that il takes three rich generations to I

j' cr 8toeh ry bolderat !"JI : ad rfUrfir 1f, fI't'f |..',e1ute a girl without freckles Solicited.
I, jpull i" .oi:3ltirt(6ihN! Prompt Kcturn
\
.' .Opeeetatd'tdl t'i eft h l1/f I Thai very few men like to wait I tif' I
F U Faltoa run aLT TO&S.
t Ortllattle SS I meals Itrket
ter hi y; ;- ..' :\.gladr/i rtUilrtt: !ll4U even
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THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA; THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1899. 5 i
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HEADED FOR SANTIAGO.How Hound headquarters as to the importance RED MEN. I mTTF Looted Opposite OB the Beautiful"Royal Lake Fcindana"Werth

of El Caney. General Shatter HOTEL Electnc lights, El ttik belts. Bath
Extra Ritual For Tribe aad Corn- 1 P AL M
said "We did not wish to leave it an a ? ......Short Talk COMPLETE SERVICE.
1
shelter for a strong Spanish outpost The great oouncL of the United Statesat .rmil. |i oo, Sljo: aad JJ.OQ per Day.Special .
Shatter's Columns Closed the right flank of our line," when it its recent session at Indianapolis decreed Rates By the Week: ,

should move forward against the high that henceforth a set of tribal and Pocahontas ,
In on Their Prey. ground east and northeast of Santiago. I rituals should consist of five books. Address "THE PALMS WEST PAUL BEACH, FLORIDA.

General Lawton's division was to constitute ODD FELLOWS. This implies that existing tribe and ooun- i }
the right wing of the assaultingforce ells till be permitted to each bay one
'DJ TELL OP IT. and I learned from his more ritual, their sit being now four. As
LWW AID ,, headquar Tk Sew Graad Master ol Illlaoli.
another ncual 1d something iiiofct tribe GREEN LAWN COTTA E
ten that Lawton was unwilling to hurl Triple Link XotM.M. .. -- I
and councils have felt the need of, it U to
his division against the height assigned P. Berry of Carthage, recently elect- be supposed that the extra ritual will be First Class Accommodations for Limited .
The rtrtt Plm Weal A"'IT-5.- him for capture, leaving the Spanish in ed grand master of Illinois Odd Fellow, purchased by them as soon as they become a ,

pike C.*ldt Be Landed Ahead of possession of El Caney close in his rear. veal born and aware of the fact that it can be obtained. Number of Winter Visitors desiring- _

CB.M tln>-.Ira? Bad to Fight It should be said however, that General reared In McDon- -Council Brand. LARGE AIRY ROOMS, SPLENDID TABLE SERVICE.
ough and t
Q.Iek-Wltlt the City IB Sight the .. Lawton believed he could take El county Team work is being more closely looked

Crr Wa. -Go at The.!" Caney in half an hour: and other generals U at present of Car-the after now than formerly. It would be a HOME COMFORT AND QUIET. J

more especially Wheeler and mayor good idea to bate teams of various tribes
ICo yi1gbt.1Sbt by the Author.] Young, who had looked the groundover thage.became Mr.a member Berry meet in friendly competition. By this RATES REASONABLEAnd
IV. means the competing teams at least will
said about the same thing. These of the order 18
reach a higher plane of proficiency. according to rooms.
EN. votiNG'Sdcto1
I opinions were baaed upon information years ago In Bentley .
at Las before El 1 had been lodge of Carthageendthrough- There are 12 tribes of the order In Cam-
: gained Caney re-enforced :
MRS. A. L. I1AUGII PBOFKIETOB
'Guaamas June ,
I and strengthened. When Lawton den.It
.|':24hadadecit-ive came to attack, it was another matter. his leadership the ia the duty of every member of the West Palm Beach, Florida
lodge baa since fraternity to punctually attend the councils -
the
bearing upon Wheeler says that he asked Shatter to
erected a hand of his tribe and bear bis share of the
Santiago oam- let the division take El Cabey
:cavalry: labors and
some building and reeponoibllitiea.New
[paign. It showed but Shafter said the task had already placed itself on a i Jersey striving to add 1,000 more A New House- ....,. I
J the army that the been given to Lawton, and he could-not solid financialba new members this great sun. :-ft
Spaniards were change it Mr. Berry
'nOl: risking hear- On the 28th and 29th of June the 1.s been s etaneh -, From present appearances it seems although Palm Beach
the flag offered by the council Cottage'
"' great
11, in the defense whole corps moved forward from the friend of the or- M. r. BERRY of Pennsylvania to the tribe making the

of passes far outride Savilla camp toward Santiago bringing phanage at Lincoln and was in instrumentalin in tbat In largest gain in the great sun would go to -
of the cityt up between La/ Redonda and El Pose securing the fine library X;orris wn.
> stitution. Since entering the grand lodge; __ Will Open Dec. 15. --
1 The American El Poso is defile between
a narrow Mr. Berry has been one of its foremost There are five councils of the Degree ofPocabont.
leaders believed mountains. Before descending into the members and has fairly earned by conscientious 8in Indianapolis.

'that the Spaniard defile, the troops obtained from the tops work the high honor which has Past Great Sachem Charles L. Feltus of Five Minutes/ WalJt) from the Royal poinciana.

I were in. of the mountains on either side of the been be towed. Indiana ia organizing tribes in Blinoia. .J

tending to make road glimpses of Santiago and El Caney Pennsylvania grand lodge appointed Tribal animosities in many reservations Rates 2.60 per day. Special Weekly Rates.
a stubborn fight, in the vindication of with their defenses and of the mountains a committee to evolve a plan to reduce the are the cause of the slow growth of the order -

their honor at the gates of the city. and valleys intervening. size of the grand lodge. In those districts. AddressPALM BEACH COTTAGE i

The troops generally shared this view. On the 30th General Shatter gave out Selfishness will be ooncpicnous for its The three tribes ot Muncie Ind., are remarkable

It had been intenddd np'to June 24 his order of battle which was to carry absence in the life of a true Odd Fellow. in all having over 250 members,
Palm Beach Florida.
that Lawton's division take a strong de- the San Juan and El Cuney road -Kidder. but less than 860. De Enter tribe report ,

feneire position north of Siboney landing heights in order to bring Santiago city W. E. Rnttcncntter is now grand master 259 members Manly 255' and Twa Twa

oo the road to Santiago, that Knt's under his guns. 'From the highest to of West Virginia and E. A. BUlingslea 253. .

division encamp west of Lawon, while I the lowest the soldiers said that the grand secretary. Nothing will Impress a paleface so forcibly THE EftRMHN HeUSE

1 Wheeler's division would bold the road I Ii preparations for this attack were far There are 71 encampments and 3,632 as good degree w ork. Therefore it is .
i from Siboney back to Daiqneri. then from what they, had expected, from members of the euuaiupiuunt branch in the duty of the members of every tribe to 1$ now open< for Winter Travel. j
form teams to put on the work properly.The .
: keeping np land communication between i what they should have been, in order to Mi&hourt BEST OF ACCOMMODATIONS.-TABLE B$STTHS MARKi AFFORDS.
these two landings. These positions, insure success and what they might In Delaware there are 84 subordinate great chiefs of Pennsylvania wantto -B .th is Conneelloa.
with total membership of 2,608. gain 3,000 this great sun From present
; within easy range of the navy guns, have been after a few days' delay.build lodges Benjamin, F.a Sheppard is grand master. indications toe gain will foot up atleast Rates Reasonable. Short Distance from the Depot.
were to have been maintained until all ing wharfs and roads and putting on
2.000.
the troops, artillery, transportation wagon trains. General Shatter says Grand Scribe Parker of New Jersey reports Address Mrs. S. E. EARMAN, WEST PALM I BEACH. FLA.
in the ,
60 encampments jurisdiction
wagons and animals rations and ammunition frankly that the preparations were not MASONIC.The .
with a total membership of 3.367. Joseph .
were safely landed and dis- what he detired them to be but the .
is
W. Walling grand patriarch.The
!. Fre ... .
tributed.The of northern IllCbrit Degree o ry.Ba

adjutant general of one of the men army, was composed in a hot wholly and sickly climate and other condition lands not of our on the order continent in Europe of .t. West aad Sonth.

divisions who was in a position to know the rainy season was coming on, when North America is good. There is no higher degree in Freemasonry !NEW SEMINOLE HOTELOnly
than the sublime of Master Mason
3
the inside of things, told me at Camp the already bad roads would be made The Rebekah assembly of Illinois appropriated The apex of the degree Mason pyramid is-
Wikoff that the affair at Las Gnasimas storm due at that time
worse, a tropical $250 each to the Orphans' home
then complete at its high 12; the beauty
forced the rapid movements of the army might drive the navy as well as the sup and Old Folks' home of the state. and glory of the day and for all time. Brick Hotel in Town. '

forward upon El Caney and San Joan ply chips far out to sea, and it was expected The grand lodge of New Jersey fixed the There is nothing to be added to or taken '

bill The capture of that position drew that General Pando,'wlth 6,000 per capita tax for the ensuing year at 25 from it to complete 1U sublimity-the WEST PALM BEACH FLA.THE' .

the army westward to Eavilla. where Spanish troops would join the garrisonin eeuts. Malcolm B. Wood is grand master birth, the life, the death and the resurrection -

there were excellent camping grounds, the city. Under those conditions and Parker grand secretary. are full and complete and a rounded SE'IINOLE> I I has recently been completed, built in the most snb-

good water room deploy the divisions Shafter decided to force the battle at Disbursements for the Orphan's home whole,and until the ascension of the purified stantial manner and elegantly furnished; situatedon

and to receive the Spaniards in case of cube and the Old Folks' home, both of Illinois body and soul combined has been high ground fronting Lake Worth and commanding magnificent, unobstructed .
from the alembio of the
attack. Ik was snppoeed by many of the From that time on until the begin- for the past year amount to 39047. completed grave
and placed where it was originally designed view each way, and guests enjoy perpetual breezes fro.n all directions.
general officer that the army would ning of the parley over surrender, the Michigan grand lodge at its recent session
the Creator the Grand Master of
by 1
time in orderto voted 15,000 to entertain the sovereign Cuisine and Service Strictly FirstClass.Bates .
halt in that camp for some elements active or threatening, the impetuosity I Masons of the universe, the sublimity and

get cp artillery and put the whole of the troop especially when grand lodge next year at Detroit. BO\erclltntyof the Master Mason's dt'4rn'ewUlltibtln : )2 per day and up. Special Rates by the Week or month '

outfit in shape for an attack in the direction they came within sight or range of the iu power and beauty and glory. I

of Santiago. tIn Spaniards as well as the restless and UNITED WORKMEN. Carnahan. GEORGE ZAPF Manager. =

spite of the efforts of the staff department unsparing energy of "Pecos Bill" Shafter R. M. Smith ia now grand master of H-MI7 ,

it was impossible to land and combined to rush the army forwardat W..ld.1 of the ShatloKi'The Classified PUa.Brack Masons in Arkansas and Fay Hempstead

. transport supplies faster than the men a pace only compared to that of a grand secretary.It .
of the A, O. IT. W flies
and animals at the front consumed hurricane.AU new plan a is not so long ago that a Mason WWI
them.. There was a lack of steam this time and afterward until the rate based on the mortuary liability of the only known to his brethren by his words i Miami, on Bay Biscayne, Florida

" launchea lighters MOWS and wharii American flag floated over Santiago the member aa at the age mortuary of entry Ii&b&litylncre&llell and the rate advances and the daoda.to all Now the multiple designs tell : H o t e I M'lambThe Most Southern Railroad Point in
story eyes.
The army never had a three days' supplyof spirit of the soldiers was: "Let us go at with the advancing age of the member instead J the United States
rations abend. them I Let us go at them\I"- This h not of accumulating a reserve. The The creed of a Mason is the belief In 3-
There bad been much marching and to say that there was indecent baste, maximum number of aaaeesmenU la limited God, the supreme architect of heaven and Accommodations for 200 Guests. Hotel Homelike and Comfortable.

countermarching to get the troops into that the men were ready to rush headlong to 12, but nay be let*. This gives earth, the dispenser of all good gifts and W. W. PROUT Manager. g
of the and the dead and
the judge quick a ,
member at the coat incident U'I 17
hot Soldiers each protection
position and it was very into disaster. The result knows belief in the liUul'almmortallty. :
had oo changes of clothing. All they that men of all ranks were prepared to to his age each year. The rates and
limit of attseoiiinents are based upon the The Ohio Masonic home at Springfieldhas
had with them was a roll containing a go at the task in the deliberate manner expected cost when a jurisdiction finally recently furnished a number of rooms, IT TITlTinrri| New house> best accommodations on the

blanket, in some cases a shelter tent set down for them in their instructions. reaches its average death rate, which and they are ready for oo upanCJ'. Al H 11111 HOTEL I i East Coast; table nftt-cIasSi and
fl every
their arms and haversacks Perspiration They never for a moment forgot these should range between 10 and 15 per In Germany Masonic property la bee 11U 1 1LL1UUU r convenience and comfort hot and cold
soaked their underclothing as though line line and 1'000'1 ; >
instructions, upon precept The collections are made for actual from taxation.To .
they w had been in a bath, and the frequent noon precept. and it was their coolness only each year; hence a majority relieve the distressed ia a duty incumbent baths; modern improvements; in center of the famous pineapple section; closeto

rains drenched them on the out- and self control which saved the army jurisdiction would collect leas than 19 for on all men, but particularly on the Inlet; fish and oysters in abundance.

side. The soldiers say that while they from horrible disaster: and gave ita victory many years to come and all would be lend Masons,who are linked together by an in- -' -- .----
would not have minded this state ofthings when the turn of a hand might than 19 at the present time, if not for the diaboluble chain of sincere affection.In Terms Moderate.
effect of the level plan present con
I ordinarily, yet, following their have precipitated defeat. ditions.-A. O. U. W Bulletin upon Scotland the symbolic or craft degrees .
long voyage, it left no time for recupera- The Spaniards said that the Ameri- are lit\led "81.John's Masonry;': In J. L. JENSEN, Proprietor -
W Utndurson of Globe
tion. The eztreuie heat and the peculiar cans violated the rules of warfare by W. past master I Ireland every brother hails from the
of St. Louis, was recently elected JEXSEN BBEVARD COUNTY FLORIDA.
odor rising from the soil affected their not retreating after receiving a volley lodge of that "Holy Lodge of St. John;" ID Sweden the .
judge
appetites, and hey could not relish the from the enemy. This method of fighting probate city. I 'Blue" degrees are under the same titular rrtDon't fail to stop at Jensen when.visiting the Indian River. >> i> 697
The old line rates include 25 percent dibiiuction.Wlaconbin.
rations por procure anything Is not set down in the American
coarse army for uptoD_. The A. O. U. W. rates do
whatsoever for variety. Those tactics. By going ahead In spite of and lodge have wised over 14- .

who had recourse to the native fruits, in face of repeated volleys II the well not 000 Masons In tho last 20 years, and although Xew....... ,
The time to work baa oome. Cool evenings in that time they have only lust i.Ti1ave1ets 1 :
the mango patd dearly for, it trained regulars took the Spaniards by
especially should find the lodgeroonis filled with 8,000 by death, their net increase has only
The mango is a little larger than a peach surprise, quite as much as tho smoke members. Remember that no one is so been 6,000, and the interesting query arises Management

shaped like a pear. Its meat is coarse, less powder and deadly accuracy of the poor but that he has at least one friend in connection. What has become the otb'

like that of the pumpkin; its rind like Mauser amazed the Americans. who can be induced to join our noble order er ,ouur FELIX GARCIA, Prop. @ Jacksonville, Fla.

an apple, thick and tough. The expert Lawton bad about 5,000 men for the Always remember that the more -- -- .- -- -- ...
warned Americana against El and the El Caney members! the fewer the assessments MODERN WOODMEN -----r-
ended Cubans attack on Caney Electric Lights, Electric Bells, liaths, Complete Service .1.
eating mangoes, as they said they contained heights before Santiago. The infantry Eureka lodge of Detroit initiated 28 _
the germs of fever, but as they division of Kent numbered about 4,500 members during the month of October Came of the Camp Society1 tioiiip.. Rapid-Growth, The Best $2.00 per day Hotel in Florida. ,: .i

cooling to the throat some and Wheeler's dismiunted cavalry ,
were very men
could Choien Friend. One reason for the magnificent achievements Take car at the Vmoij Depot and ask the>;on'luctor to top at the Travelers. "'1 j
plop: especially the volunteers, about 2,500 making 7,000 for the attack Counselor Morse of Sew York of tho Modern Woodmen America

not resist the temptation. on San Juan heights. Both columns Supreme that the twentieth anniversary of the U that the members have faith In the society ,
says
While the army was strung along the were ordered to take their places on the Chosen Friends, to be held in every state and are always singing its praises.In .

Buotiago road between Daiquiri and nigbt of the 80th for a forward movement throughout the country in the month of thus helping the society they are help

Suvilla the region westward toward Chaffeo'e brigade, 1,500 strong, May, IS'JU. promises to be the greatest ing themselves, for by the addition of
Santiago was reconnoitred. Just bow took the trail from La Redonda north to jubilee the order has ever known. The new members they am keeping down the

f complete these reoonnoisanoea were is a a point on the ridge east of El Caney supreme council wall authorized to take cost of their own protection.-Modern GI1EN G. STROfII[,

mystery. I asked tho staff officers and blockhouse followed by Capron's batrtA. all necessary and proper steps to acoom Woodman.

division generals whether it was known rlish this. During the next six: months Application for membership or benefl.clary -iil. roE ALER la :...-.
lively work will be done to this end. It certificates of membership are not
beforehand that the approaches to Ban ( PMt
( tI was decided to have a valuable souvenir taxable under the new revenue law.
Juan heights were exposed to Spanish i Wtw A In the shape of an emblematic watch. a The Modern Woodmen of America re- Staple and Fancy Groceries
dew and fire from their works on the e guaranteed timekeeper, ornamented and oehe as members white male persona ove ,

crest particularly the road and trail at I oeuful. This emblematic souvenir watch 18 years of age, of exemplary habits and
the crossing of the San Juan river and |I will be made in two sizes, one for the good moral character, who are believer Food
all
its tributaries. I could learn nothing. VDLW L men and the other for the women. It will in a supreme being. Grain and Supplies.

The answers were, "I suppose that this Ara+,f a't' I DO presented at the anniversary gathering I A member! to receive pay for securing
to every member of the order throughout -.- }
qras known at army headquarters. new members, as a deputy, must first be
/ the United Staten who, between Deo. 1, ,
that 1 before commissioned and file his bond. r
remains on July
The fact 1 1S'J8! and May 1, ttj\l\/, bhttll have secured COUNTRY PRODUCE
the battle opened the troops found them. av I IA Ie Ie one or more beneficiary members for the I More than 8,000 new members were
pr at-Ifea blocked in the road and in the /y ; order. added during the month of November AUavs Frcsb, Kept ia S' ik.

buds of the streams after daylight within -
view of the Spaniards and within I St. John and Malta. I KnltchU of Father Mathcw. I Your Patronage Solicited --
, a The military department is about to bereorganized. One _went has been called for December
range of their small anna. I All unlfoa ud Sir Knightswill which will make It aBseumenta.called 4.11 West) palm Bench, flaBRELSFOUD .
It was stated that a isertain geneiaj. .x1S l l74A shortly be called together for that this year. This Is a remarkable # ;

who refused to commit himself on any purpoae. Showing, for it ia a decrease in the number

t points likely to lead to controversy ex- -- The 13 district deputy grand prior of I II usually\ called, and speaks well for the : W
. \. mined the region thoroughly and reqommended I the borough of BrouKlyu have organized vitality of the members. There are few if
,( v, that trails be cut parallel to FIKLO Or RATTLE UF JCH 1. I themselveH into a board, to be known as any fraternal ordure which can make this ---
the main road and on both aides of it. tery while the brigades of Miles and the board of deputies Kings and Queens showing

General Cbaflee said that the region Ludlow marched by road from El POlIO i counties' I The supreme council will meet in annual :EROS

far path of the road to Santiago was to the Duconreau Hout;(!. Lawton's attack The order Is having! a greater era of proa- session at Hannibal, Mo., Feb. 11,

examined with a view to making an at- upon El Caney was to begin early purity than it has ever experienced before. Ib'jy, and several important amendments

<.nW upon the .Punta_-- tiorda battery.AUA in the morning. I will be submitted. Real--Estate-and Insurance

The Punta Oorda battery was the first The divisions of Wheeler and Kent j Hopal Area..Bm.i I
objective thought of after the army eat bivouacked along the road between El j!i The attention of subordinate councils is Kalghts of Malta.

its face toward Santiago from the east. POliO and San Juan river. Grimes' battery I called to official circular 74, issued by the The annual oommaodury communication was the most of the harmonious supreme Palm each, Florida.

the which was to co-operate against luyreme+egent, in regard to the revision
battery on ,
This was the strongest enthusiastic known for .
and years.The
FvibliejCottagea to Rent
taking it Shatter's army San Juan heights took position on the of their I fund bylaws, aa the old law Notary
bay and by does not appiy.wuU to the law which took Wisconsin grand oommandery will
would have turned Morro, and in fact knoll at El Poso. Capron's gnus were effect Aug 1. be aided by the supreme body in the proposed 6.197 I'ost t-OHiee KuiliHnz.: North of l'o lu'iana Hotel.
paptnred the key to the land defenses' to open on El Caney early July 1, Lawton's erection of a hospital in the state.
--- --
from --
of the But the ground in rear infantry to follow up by attack. Reports show the order the various to be in grand a prosperous jurisdictions Five members of the Massachusetts
for attack. I I Grimes was to wait until the battle was offices.
was impossible an condition gation were appointed to supreme
had been thoroughly reoonBQitered well on at El Caney, then bombard San
El Caney I THE SON JOB OFFICE
Jnne ?7 three days Juan blockhouse and trenches Kent Order of Reehaalte. I Mystic Circle. PATRONIZE

Opasimse Wheeler were to hold their of the order at .
Las and three days before and troops Total membership prco.ent
I L
after '' America
,
the attack upon it All the partio- IQ column around and behind San Juan ; about 15,000 in 370 subordinate rule ,

y and defenses crossing, availing orders. On the marl 9t'OO; in the world, 22 ,SOO. ings. JOB WORK.
to approaches KINDS! OF
'. plan baWD as at headquarters.There I I l row' the fates) would decide.L Lad year the order paid out fSOO.OOO inbenulits The order *>ft* paid ont in benefits mOIl FOR ALL

were of opinion JC1JMP'a.: ertcanlsatiua 1,300,000.!
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c THE SUNDAY SCHOOL.LESSON "The strangest thing In life is the 17 JCWCUO 1:)ailnoad Watches 4.

Row to Treat tile 8kl to Keep itFresh way we cling to it," said a physician I1y ._ n..
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and De mtllml. whose has him abundant
II, FIRST QUARTER, INTER practice given t' Clocks and
Never wash the face immediately aft opportunity to study the seamy side of deweltryY

NATIONAL SERIES JAN. 8. er exercising in the sun. The action of things. "Five minutes ago I gave a : EVERYTHING UP TO DATE : Y;"j

water on the burned skin increases the dime to an old beggar man who has been "y. Fine Nickle Movement in Screw Bezel, Dust-Proot ji1J' l<

Text' of the LeMon Jona I, 5-W-Memory inflammation, thus injuring the teitnra. coming bare regularly for years. He is I sent to any address on receipt of 5.00. sue :..?

Tenet 35-37-GoIden Text, John i, If water must be need because of soil or broken by age and tortured by an Incurable I :" ;:,:s.ft.,..._ _:"

Commentary Prepared by the Bey.I where there is no cold cream on hand, cancerous malady that renders ==- Spectacles and gjfeglasses. ;.: <;

D. H. Meanu. have it heated as cold water on heated I him repulsive and keeps'him in con. Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing :
skin closes the pores and impedes the tinual pain. I know his history. Promptly Attended to. -

(Copyrlght,1F9S. by a JL Steams. circulation, a combination which may "He ia Ignorant and ha baa been Charge paid one way. R. J. RILES, :

85, Srt. "Again;tho next day after John result in pimples and blackheads.The : his life be sailor i W.
In
poor early was a : 5-w 225 Bay Everett Block, JACKSONVILLE,
stood and two of his disciples, and look- face should be washed regularly before the mast, and from what I can FLA.F
Ing upon Jesus as lie walked he saith, the dost '
before going to bed to remove learn he suffered all the hardships of
Behold tho Lamb of God." John
was and possible germs that may have accumulated that calling without seeing any of its ,. CITY
preaching and baptizing In Bethabara,beyond daring'the day. Use pure olive pleasant and adventurous side. He + MEAT MARKET.
Jordan, and spoke of Jesus as one
oil soap warm water and a Turkish tow never married and never bad any family
standing among them whom they knew eling washcloth Rob the skin briskly or home. I have questioned him

not The next day ho acerb Jesus coming rinse with soaplesa water, dry and massage closely, and I have been unable to discover WESTERN MEATS A SPECIALTY.
unto him and faith, "Behold tho Lamb of
with cold ,
two or three minutes one scrap of genial reminiscence ,
God which taketh away the sin of the cream that is absolutely pure. in the sordid squalid, miserable record BEEF VEAL SAUSAGE, ARMOUR'S '*:1 '
STAR '
world" (verso 29). The next day of this fie HAMS, : .
Women with sensitive skins should of his career. He has absolutely nothing t PORK, HEAD '
verse therefore was a third day in thu of CHEESE PIG'S FEET, /
never wash the face just before goingout that he can ponder over with the slightest MUTTON .
story) He docs not now speak of taking ,. BACON AND BOLOGNA. -
in the sun, as it renders the skin degree of pleasure and his present
sin but only of Rim who takes it .Give I' toSea Tarks .
away ra cad
ChfaJtcA8
more liable to tan and sunburn. situation is simply frightful"He ... .
v awn,}. He Himself must occupy our attention If the skin chaps readily rub the sleeps in a shed back of a negro Butt;. tuAlai! j.gstabt... 4v

not aa a mortal man but as lie face lightly with the least particle of hovel and depends on alms for his food .
who. having purged our sins, is at God's V.naaa and \plld Game !. 8eaa... .
rujbt Lund a risen immortal man who cold cream before going out in the and clothes; yet. in spite of it all be is **

WHS and is and is to come. The phrase wind. To prevent a greasy appearance eager to keep on living and rebels at FRESH FLORIDA MEATS.

"tw Ho walked" wakes us think of Him powder slightly with talcum powder. once at the bare thought of death. Ha .
as Ho walked in the garden of Eden in the It is exceedingly bad taste to go about isn't afraid but he wants to continue \

cool of tho day for Ho Id tho eame Lord" ,with an oily skin which renders the to live. It's a mystery of mysteries, Representing: Armour's Packing Co.'s Western Meats. K. B. Raulerson'a :
Gl; who sold to Adam, Where art thou node and forehead conspicuous and and the case is not exceptional eith r.. Florida Meats.
and who has ever been seeking the fellow An kin should be bathed at t 1
shiny. oily There are plenty of others exactly like
since first He croatod him in
of
Ills ship own man imago. night in hot water and dusted eeveral it."-New Orleans Times-Democrat The GEO. S. ADAMS Proprietor.
with talcum The .
times
a day powder.
87. "And the two disciples heard him :
speak and they followed Jesus." When idea that it is "wicked" to use a harm- Hen That Eat Their Own Egg v WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA

we. us His witnesses, so speak that those lew powder on the face is the veriest As a role when hens have suitable 4J

who bear will follow Him it is well but nonsense. It is exceedingly bad form food they don't eat their own eggs. 3,

if they follow us it is not well, for there is not to use it if the Ekin is oily, for a To preserve eggs from being eaten un- .... .

no man worth following except In so far greasy nose is almost as repulsive as a der exceptional conditions there are a LITTLE BROS. .
as be follows Christ. When Ho is by us -
deformity.Pure number of devices There is for Instance i
lifted 110 will draw unto Himself and -
up talcum] powder does not injure a nest with a bottom of woven I
Hu was lifted up on the cross that all who ,
look unto Him might be saved.Si the skin. On the contrary it is distinctly wire with a mesh big enough to let M fertilizer 9 ate

"Rabbi where dwcllebt thou" Aa beneficial It does not remainon egg through. The egg goes through the p o5P Qompapy, : .

Jesus turned and said, What seek ye?" I the face and serve as 4 cosmetic, but thin layer of hay with which the nest .

# this WM their reply. I think He is always merely absorbs the moisture and drops Is lined and through the wide meshed Sun Jacksonville Florida.

saying that to us every day that we off leaving the complexion clear whole. bottom to fall safely in a bed of hay underneath. '_
live. What seek ye in tho houso of God some and attractive.A ,,, "r

on Hia holy day What seek ye in His promiscuous use of ordinary cosmetic Another device is automatic and sot -
book when read it, when read If
ye or yo any you are requiring Fertilizers
powders is much to be deprecated. in operation by the chicken itself when for .
other book What seek yo in your daily occupation :
.
in homo or store oroilioe on landor They almost invariably contain white : it steps off the nest Thus relieved of Vegetables, Pineapples Etc write to ; ;t

MO, at homo or abroad Is your answer lead which is very injurious to the the chicken's weight the nest tilts up :'0.. :_f3.. _' .,_
like that of tho Greeks "We would skin. They do not absorb moisture but enough to roll the egg off in to a place of us and we can give you more value :-_ ; :, :::;

BOO Jesus" If so. lIe ia always ready to remain on the skin and clog the pores. safety made for its reception. f- for than i -;; :;
1't\.ca111imselt' to such, but it is in the old If talcum powder cannot be obtained Chickens are commonly carried on .. S your money any other Manufacturer "

way Himself of I Saul to Samuel ill,SI-by"The the Lord word revealed of the ordinary shaving magnesia :will answer deep water ships on long voyages to supply or Dealer in this State or --
the as it is equally harmless for the captain's table and occasionally
Lord." Where dwellest thou? might be purpose eggs A Chance to do Your from any other State. Write
answered by Isa. livL 2,and Ivil 15, "Be and does not adhere to the skin.A a fowl. Chickens sea are for pam- .

dwells in the lowly heart where there is a beautiful ekiu.depends largely upon more likely to eat their own eggs than I phlets, prices, etc., to above address. 1112.97 .
broken and contrite spirit. proper digestion; hence the woman whois they are ashore. To prevent this among t' .

Stt. "Ha saith unto them,Come and see. studying to preserve or to improveher the chickens carried on his vessel the a

They came and saw where lie dwelt and complexion will make a point of captain of an American ship rigged

abode with Him that day,for it was about keeping her stomach bowels and liver contrivance that answered the purpose

too tenth hour." It was about the sixth in fine working order. DemoreeVs and was adapted to the situation. He GEO. H. ;
hour when before the crucifixion on that MALTBY
Magazine.How attached to the underside of the nest a .
same morning Pilate said, "Behold your :
King" (John six 10, and as He was shoote by which the egg when laid wi ,, r
to Sweeten Rancid Batter.
crucified at 9 a. m., aa we reckon time it carried safely down to a box below,
must have been 8 a. m. when Pilato said Thoroughly wash the batter first with New York Bun.Bashes. ---DEALER IS--- -' .
thorto words.At the same hour of the day Ha good new milk and next with cold .. .

talked with the woman at the well (Johniv spring water. Butyric acid on the Before Ple.....

6). Supposing that John uses the same presence of which rancidity depends is They were performers in the amateur 0 FURNITURE WINDOW SHADES '

reckoning in all his gospel, it must have freely soluble in fresh milk. After, theatricals. Dazing the progress of the I e II t
been 10 a. m..when the two disciples went .
washing press the butter with the hands playas one time while their presence
with Jesus. until the water and milk are removed not needed the MATTINGS f
40. "One of the two which heard John was on stage they sal OILCLOTH.r
peak and followed Him was Andrew then lightly squeeze the lump of butter together behind the scenes. She looked i

Simon Peter's brother. It is probablethat in a towel, put into shape until all beautiful indeed in old fashioned gown

the other of the two was John, the liquid is removed and keep in a oool and powdered hair and be. In court --

author of this gospeL There U an Incident place until used. costume of more than a century ago FUNERAL SUPPLIES IN STOCKS'; ;

_In each of the other gospels in which the was the beau ideal of a cavalier.
writer probably refers to himself as the How to Clean D.Trarwo .
For some time he had been very attentive
nnnouxxl party. We are sure that It was so Brass trays are kept in order by simply to her, and although people bad I Practice the Latest Methods in Embalming the Dead. .
in the case of Matthew. See Moth. Ix, 10, washing them in boiling hot soda ? :
frequently remarked his
and compare Luke v, 29. The others areMark upon devotion t
xiv, 51; Luke xxiv, 18. Cut it is soapsuds and then lathering them well he had not come to the point of proposing Masonic Block West *
Jesus whom we must see not John or a little soap being used if they are very but as they sat behind the soenel Palm Beach Fla.

Andrew or Matthew, Mark or Luke. dirty. One way of cleaning them is to he felt that an opportune moment had
41. h He first flndeth his own brother sift fine brick dust till it is a very fine arrived. work

Biiuon and saith unto him, We have found powder. Take up a good portion of this ','"Marie" be said "100 may DOt have Do You Want

the Mcsbias, which is, being interpreted, on half a lemon (previously used in perceived my liking but I cannot de : : ?
the Christ" By the testimony of John lemonade or sherbet making) and rub We .STEAMBOAT
lay. I-I want to ask you to-to be"- have them to Sell,and if w e
.
AL and the teaching of Jesus Andrew was the tray well over with this carefully none on hand to suit,we can build
Just then the called the
;
convinced that Jesus was indeed Israel's prompter Just what you want. .
going over stains till removed and
long promised Metioh, and he hastens to any girl's name but she never stirred.
toll tho glad tidings to nb own brother. then rinsing and letting it dry. Treatedin "That's your cue faltered the interrupted .

43 "And ho brought him to Jesus, and this manner, trays keep clean and an lover. ,.) ,- We are also PreparedTo

when Justin beheld him lIe said. Thou are admirable color for a long time. Metal "Yes," she answered calmly enough Furnish

Simon the son of Jona. lie therewith polish and such things spoil the color, laying her head on his arm. "but nevei "
gave hun a':new name. Cephas, which giving a yellow tinge quite different
mind the cue You seemed earned
', y tiuuujs a stone.. He did not need to be InIWOd from the golden brass it looks when just now, and I want you very to go on. Pumping Outfits for Irrigation. 4
to him to bo told who he was, cleaned
with lemon
juice and fine brick
a for lIe knew all men, and Ho knew what I What were you going to eayr"-Feui .

was in nun (John 11.2-1.25)). There is dust i eon's Weekly.Waihlmgton'i. \ ,.
much talk about Jesus which does I Write or call on us for Anything in
pretty How to Make German Puff.. The l Sun
not bring Him to tho heart as the one altogether Warm of Farewell to HU Offl.e Tropical Our Line that you need.MerrillSte.vens .
one cupful sweet milk, add
lovely,nor does it bring people to r*.
a heaphig teaspoonful butter. Beat the
Him as the only one who can meet thosoul' On Dec. 4 the officers of the Co
army I Engineering
yolks of two add to milk which
need sins. eggs .
by taking away our met in Fraunoe's tavern to bid then .:
4 A "The day followiiig Jesus would go should) bo cooled a little salt one pintof chief farewell Washington as he roM .
forth into Galileo and lindeth Philip, and flour. Beat smooth and stir through .
and faced them could not control bit
r saith unto him, Follow Mo." We seem toh.m' lightly the beaten whites. Bake in but JACKSONVILIE, FLA.
voice. He lifted glass of wine and
tut before us tho events of consecu- tered cups or gem pans not over half a .
live days and if so this would bo the full. said. "With a heart full of love and Job DepartmentPrints 2- -97 PROR''O.== Jackson '''lle Marine
fourth day of this series. Why He should gratitude I now take my leave of you \ Railways. .

; go and seek Philip we do not know, but How to Bathe. most devoutly wishing that'your latter II

lie knew for Hu always knows just what We hear wonderful stories of English days may be as prosperous and happyas
Ho is doing and why He U doing It, and
former
your ones have been glorioul
girls breaking the ice to jump into the
shall that Ho has I
kiiiio day we bOO never and "
bath. I bave known a great English honorable. They drank in silence
done without cause anything that Ho hast many -
dune (John U, 6; Eztsk. xlv, S3)). I girls with beautiful complexions and Washington said, "I cannot come Letter Heads BURKMARDTS West Palm Beach Dec. 39, 1898.It'S .

44 "Now Philip was of fiethsaida, tho who took their baths as regularly as they to each of yon and take my leave, but .
city of Andrew and Peter." Perhaps the did any one of their meals, and their shall be obliged if you will come and Note Heads : Delicious That's what One Lady said. o- ..:??

three, with James and John, were all, appetites were unusually good, says a take me by the hand." Up they came It'S BeautIful "
"' like Siuiuon; and Anna, looking for the writer in The Ladies' Home Journal one by one and one by one Washington StatementsBusiness Another Lady said that.That's '1
promiMxt Messiah. The eyes of the Lord his eyes filled with tears embraced
Every ono of them took
a tepid Fine
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soap 4
run to and fro throughout the whole earthto them and said farewell From the tavern Cards A Man said that.

bath, and if the had no means of havinga
to show Himself htroiig on behalf of those they followed him to the These complimentary expressions were brought forth
ferry, by
shower she to herself a
gave one by Bill Heads
hu hearts toward Him II
Vf ore perfect
( taste of the Finest
Richest
where he Creamiest Cheese
entered his As the that
barge. boat we
t Chron. xvi 9)). pouring water over all parts of her had the
ever
pleasure to sale.
r. 45 Philip flndeth Xathanael and saith body, changing the temperature of this moved away he rose and lifted his hat And all kinds of Fine Stationery put on

unto him, \\ohave found Him of whom shower so that from tepid it became almost His officers returned the salute in silence .
IT IS
-p MUMS In the law and the prophets did cool, but never icy cold. and all was over.-Senator Henry THE BEST CHEESE .I

': write Jesus; of Nazareth, the son of Joil'h. Cabot Lodge in Scnbner'a. IN WEST PALM BEACH We ,
and
say that back it
by putting
These students of Are You ?
men'Cl'Q How to lake Uoiuectle IIOD ". Supplied ivl the Cheese in evidence at only Twenty Cents Pound.
prophecy. They hud probably talked manya Ilannv. n......... per _
Common four ---" --- We invite to Pass Judgment this
sugar pounds, of water you on our statement .
timer of Him of whom we road In Gen.
The with all her
one quart; let slowly come to a boil queen, vast power,
the
t Iii milt ills in prophecies of Balaam American Club Cheese
was yet very miserable-that ia to Is gratifinliuant
and skim. Add pulverized alum say in flavor.
in IVut x\iii and xxxii, in Ps. 11 and one- I
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Medium Size
she wasn't the least bit outre Give Trial Order Jars .
or nnoon- us a .
> lull. iu Isa. Ix and xl, in Jer. xxiii and fourth ounce. Remove from the fire and jcc.
,
KAik. xxxxii and, In fact, everywhere. stir in one-half ounce of cream of tartar i ventionaL Switzer Kase. The Teuton's and
Delight, he's a fellow who +
40 "And Nathaiiocl said unto him, and one tablespoonful of rose extract "But At least the queen was often knows what is good. Price. lb. r
Can theN any good thing come out otllZiU'Cth1 It is new ready for use. beard to exclaim, with a cheerful smilst 300. per .'

\ Philip saith unto him Come "I can die happily, if I choose! L W. f

and face." When ho came and saw and How to Cook Beet KidDe,.. By this her majesty was currently And We Will Sweet Burkhardt, .gal edPickles. h.urd Him for himself, then he cried, thought to make reference to the fact
A good to serve beef kidneys is
e. "Rabbi.. Thou art the Son of God. Thou art way i .
Finest
.the King of Israel"; (verse: 49). Micah had as follows: Wash and cut the kidneys I of her having a dress which fit so well Groceries. BeaQs,

Bold that tho Messiah would be born at into finger thick slices. Remove the ehe couldn't breathe in it.-Detroit J

Bethlehem. Hohca said lie would come gristle from the middle. Have ready Journal

: out of Egypt Jeremiah said lIe would some slices of bacon, place them together Wanted Him. -- --

reign at Jerusalem, but where was it ever alternately and skewer them well Denier-I'm afraid I cannot recommend Please You...
old that Hd would como from Xazoreth? Grill them or roast them in a Dutch this parrot, madam. He swears :THE HONEST PROFIT HOUSE=

Xathanaul was Imprcoaod with the thought oven ia front of the fire. Arrange them like a sailor. ,
that he Wail speaking to ono who haw him Is receiving quantities of '
when ho evidently thought that no mortal on a hot dish with a sprinkling of Airs Ferry-Oh, how delightful I

eye beheld him. Perhaps under that fig parsley butter and serve them with a "Shiver my toplightst" "Stow m/ HOLIDAY DRESS GOODS, CLOTHING AND NOTIONSevery

tree ho was communing with God. Jesus sauce piqnaute or plainly arranged on mainsails and all that. I suppose* day. The Ladies
are Especially Incited
to Call
surprint him still further by tolling him 1 squares of fried tOOL Cincinnati Enquirer Goods and Novelties and Inspect our Handsome

I, lxruaf toe he would see still greater things,

even an opened heaven, and the angels of How to Fry Squirrel Books written on bone atone brick, CARL SCHREBNICK Proprietor

L Ood ascending and descending upon the Squirrel should be cooked the same tiles and oyster shells; Bibles written SEMINOLE. BLOCK. WEsT

Sou of Man-evidently a reference to way as spring chicken. If the squirrels on palm leave and manuscripts transcribed PAZbQ 8ACZd
Jacob's vision of the ladder and a yet future I
fulfillment Jesus said that Xathanael chance'to be old ones steam them before on bark leather, papyrus parch.
I rolling in and bread crumbs meat wood lead ivory and
egg copper are
When Christ I
would see it;.so shall we. ,
who is our life,fchall appear then shall we and frying. Two Email squirrels should among the treasures of the British museum. PATRONIZE THE SUN

olio appear with him in glory (CoL 111, 4). be enough for the regulation family. JOB OFFEF





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Charles A Great Meryon French-boru Etcher in 1831-wag THIS WILL BE YOUR WEEKTO .
tun .
PLIT brought up to the navy, going first in SECURE- 'J
IN DEFENSE OP THE 1837 to the Naval school at Brest. Aa a I

youth he called round the world. Be Bargains Bargains Bargains . touched at Athens; touched at the then 1

WAYS AND MEANS. savage. coasts of New Zealand; made e

sketches, a few of which in days when :'
his greater work was most of it done he
.BOSTOflsfoRE. .
used as material for some of his etch *
ww.ww-wnnwnn, lugs. Art even then occupied him, and . ,
.4. deeply interested as he Boon got to be In
TO the rrienfli of Our Cause-Tbrourt the action of the DemocraHo Nation. it he seems to have had a notion that it We will sell our entire stock of Ladies' and G3nts' ShOAs, Ganb'Furnlshmgs

4 tl Committee the undersigned have been appointed a Committee on Ways and was Jess dignified than the profession of and Dry and Dress Goods at

Means to begin work now for the campaign of 1900 an4 desire to issue the following the nary and after awhile be chose de-
address upon the work we have undertaken: liberately the less dignified-because it 50 PER CENT. OF THEIR VALUE '

Money to-meet expenses is as necessary In securing Justice for the people in was the less dignified. He would have us Advertisers
the trials of great political issues before the jury of the whole people, as It is believe eo at any rate. He wished his So come and see our slock before goitg elsewhere. Yours etc ,

necessary in the ease of a litigant securing a fair and impartial hearing beforea father to believe so. And in 184, hav- .
court and Jury. In the latter Instance a suitor without money is unable to ing served creditably and become a The Boston Store MRS. J. .FRANK, ,

employ counsel of ability take needed depositions, and make other legitimate lieutenant, he resigned his commission.A : Proprietor.flal'enre .

.preparations requiring the expenditure of money; and when thus situated, it painter he could not be. The gods, .
opposed by a wealthy adversary he frequently fails in securing justice by* who had given him even in his youth a i:
being unable to fairly and fully present his case to the court and Jury. poetio vision and a firmness of hand, Who Use the G. Miller Miller Loiigbolham "' [

And while this is true of the Individual in a court of Justice, on a much had denied him the true sight of color
larger scale it ia true of a great body of people contending for the cause of and I remember seeing hanging up in 8. B. MILLER & CO. .

truth and liberty. Money must be raised to pay the necessary expenses,, or. the salon of H. Batty who knew him, -E:.tabli.lird 184|_ '+;
our cause will meet with an adverse verdict in 1900. a large impressive pastel of a ship cleav- WHOLESALECommission / ,ji'i
ro The" forces opposing us* have four active national committees, to whom ing her way through wide deep waters, l .
money U supplied by those profiting by national legislation and the corrupt administration and the sea was red and the sunset sky ; :it
of affairs. One of these committees la the so-called NationalPemocratlo was green; for Meryon was color blind. Columns of Fish Dealers* :; :

Gold Standard. Committee, at the head of which is Mr. George F. He would have to be an engraver. He .
eabody, a'Now York banker. Another ia the Indianapolis Committee, the entered the workroom of one M. Blery, 7 Fulton Fish Market, NEW YORK. .
ontgro rth'ot the Indianapolis. gold standard commercial convention, at the to whom in after times, aa his wont -. .
head of which is H. H. Hnnna. who la Insidiously working through commercial was, he engraved some verses cf his ,. SPANISH MACKEREL, SHEEPS-HEAD, BLUE FISH, .

todies seeking to frighten them into compliance with the behests of the money writing-appreciative verses, sincere i. 4- POMPANO, RED SNAPPER. GREEN TURTLE ,ETC.
)War. The third Is the bankers' organisation at U William tree !. Ntw and unfinished"g tot Blery man .. ,
Tort, that supplying free of expense to ail willing newspapers misleading maitre The etchings of Zeeman the THE'TROPICAL Stencils Promptly Furnished. IMOtf j:'
arguments' In favor of the gold standard; and the fourth ia the National Republican Dutchman gave him the desire to etch.

Committee, of which Mark Hannn. ia chairman, nnfl to whom the He copied with freedom and interest

trusts, monopolies and other combinations are furnishing the money; tor corrupting several of Zeeman's neat little plates U. S. MAIL BOAT "ECLIPSE." .
the minds of the people and debauching the nation.If and addressed him with praises, on another ,

we are to combat the evil influences at work the necessary; money must little copper like the ono to

to raised to defray; the necessary expense thereof. We appeal to the people- Blery-"to Zeemau, peiatre des mate-
the great common people-who have no Interest In special legislation and whose lota."-Pall Mall Gazette. Slaking daily runs (except Sundays) between West Palm Beach. and

eights and that of the common welfare are to be protected. Juno, stopping at all intermediate point!
AU money collected will be paid to the national treasurer of the COmmittee Room In Which Napoleon Was Horn .
The Union Trust Company Bank corner Dearborn and Madison streets,Chicago. His greatness still consecrates the PASSENGERS, FREIGHT AND EXFUESS.-Freight carried to snd from

No money will be paid out except as appropriated by the committee in session place. Push back the jealousies and let the F. E. C. Ry., and all landings on the run,frcerf charge :
deliberating upon its expenditure. We have appointed Mr. W. H. Harvey as in the light upon the mean beginningsof
SCHEDULE. Boat leaves West Palm Beach, 8 a. m., sharp arrives at ,. _
the general manager of the work of the committee. so stupendous a destiny. Here is the :T SUNCLAIM ,

The plan adopted and approved by the committee la to secure a subscription sedan! chair battered and faded, but a Juno, 10:20 a. m. Returning, arrives Nest Palm

from as many persons as possible to pay one dollar per month for each relic, and so sacred stilL This is the Beach, 1 :10 p. m. .
mouth from now till October. 1900. Thus a person subscribing to the fund of the bed on which he wax born-hardly big. .

Wars and Means Committee In October 1898, will agree to pay; one dollar persouth ger than a conch. Here is madame's .>."., Steamer ECLIPSE is for charter afternoons to Fishing or Touristrarties.

for twenty-five months, or in all. $25. One subscribing in November following escritoire, where she must have dons ,
will agree to pay one dollar each month for twenty-four; months, with those household accounts (yearly more
the last payment; due Oct. 11900. 4.subscription in December 1898,, means difficult to balance) with a little old VISITORS-Please note that the morning trip to Juno takes pagt.cn- .f

twenty-three payments the last Oct. 1.1JIOO. and so on. The number of payments frail child at her side sometimes, pluck ;ers through the finest fishing grounds of the Lake, and to all who tie- !
depends on the month and year in which the subscription is made and ing at her dress and looking up awed
all ending on the first day; of October 1900. Where'one ia willing and able to (she id the one person in all the world sire it, gives an hour at Pitts Island-the Gem of the LAke-where-dinner i

pay more than tl per month, the subscription will be accepted for such in- of whom he is afraid) into her face. can be had, and the attractions of this beautiful spot enjoyed.I .
oreased amount as the subscriber is willing to make. Where one ia not able, in Here is her spinet with its yellow
also have for charter to the Yacht "Ar-
pleasure parties Sailing
bis Judgment, to subscribe one dollar per month, he will be expected to get one notes, which she! played perhaps while -
or more to associate themselves with him Jointly in. the subscription for the thoso little kings aud queens to be thur B."
It Is The
on* dollar per month. It Is the opinion of the committee that It is only in this danced to her music, and the one born
For terms of charter of Steamer or Sailing Yacht, ami for fur. :
way that the money needed can be raised-that it must come from the people great (the others only have greatness any
Whoee: right and interests are to be protected. thrust'upon them) stood apart nncbild- ther information, apply to J. C Stowers, Postmaster at W. P. B.

The offices of the committee have been opened at room 1044, Unity; Building, like and solitary. The very chairs and
bag! where a complete set of books will be kept showing the names of all tables are the same. There is the narrow WILL H. SANDERS, Owner. i.1;
,
yofceorthert With their postofflce address by counties and States, and the condition strip of bedroom which was his. f
= .
of each account will at all time appear upon these books. In no instance "I should have been the happiest man .,f"-. ''
Will solicits be authorised to receive money. Anyone.solicltlng subscriptionsWill in the world," he says to Montholon, BEST < > .

receive'no money from tie subscriber but will'forward the subscription, six and forty years later, "with an income Ocean Steamship Company :
papers to the national office. The national office will notify; the subscriber of of 13,500 a year, living aa the father v ,

the receipt of his subscription and will forward blanks governing the details of a family with my wife and ( "
8t remittances to the national treasurer.It son. in our old home at Ajaocio. ; "SAVANNAH LINE.

7 la from the sincere advocates of our cause everywhere that subscriptionsto Pall Mall Gazette. '" .

' to fund for human liberty are expected,'and, on the whole,a sum sufficient .. ,- -. ,. Florida % > _
may be thus raised to properly; present our cause to the American people;- The "Gra, Hatter."

which means IU OeU. for a Just cause is doubly strong. To those who appreciate The writer has examined many brainsof Advertising To New York 4And Boston.
what hangs upon the Impending struggle, the payment of the one dollar persona morally or intellectually be- f.
each month will assume an Importance equal to that cf love for home and low the average-snob as murderers '"
Children. The fund thus collected may decide'for weal or woe our own fate and negroes and others sunk in ignorance. .. A Short Rail Ride to Savannah, Thence it.

that of oountlsM millions' to come after us. He has invariably found the layer of A Short Sea Voyage. s .
The selfish system of greed that has mothered the gold standard special vesicular or gray matter to be thicket
privileges and monopoly; is destroying the opportunities for the enjoyment of than that of Daniel Webster's .brain. i Sailing from Savannah: f
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Ufe, liberty and the pursuit of happiness! It ia confiscating- our homes and re; Elephants porpoise&?whale!!, dolphins 5 Ships Each Week 5 ..' "
Cooing the people to tenantry! It ia Quartering among us the agents of Eng and the grampus all have this layer MEDIUMOf

hell money lenders who are coming into the possession of the title>> to our lands thicker than the most intellectual men.

and the business industries of the nation! It is destroying; human character Another great objection to locating I All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with sailing schedules. Write for general .:
and lowering the standard of morals and religion It respects neither sex nor mind in the gray matter of the brain ia -t. call
information, sailing schedules stateroom reservation or on
agel The" babe in the mother's arms the aged and enfeebled, the boy Just budding that this substance is found in the interior
into manhood are, all alike, through poverty existing or threatened, the part of the spinal cord and in all E. H. HINTON, Traffic Manager, WALTER HAWKINS Fla. Pass."- Agt.,
Victims of its rapacity Honor and patriotism, a decent self respect and love the nerve centers throughout the body. Savannah, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. ', 3.10

of country demand its overthrow Our-future and that of posterity is Involved So that, if mind is situated in it, it is t. Any e
Our cause appeals to the manhood and womanhood of America! not confined to the brain but dwells in Ft
A blank subscription form will be found herewith. We ask that each reader the spine also, and is distributed all .

cut it out, fill up the blanks and send it at once to W. H HARYET General through the human frame. Florida East Coast Ry.

Manager, Room 1M4 Unity; Building, Chicago HI. Still another objection lies in the fact h, -
that wherever the gray matter exists
JAMES K. JONES JOHN P. AUTGELD.: : near the surface of tbe brain it consistsof .. TIME: TABLE NO. 15. IN EFFECT MAY 18, 1888.BOTH .
.'
Chairman Democratic National Ex-Governor of I111no1I. three distinct layers separated by a .v
i cQPEESLY BOUND (Read Don}. NORTH BOUND (Bead Up). ';
Committee. WM. Y. ALLEN white substance and the outermost layer i. ,tj
SVM.. J. STONE Senator from Nebraska. Is white not gray.-Dr. Joseph PAPER a I STATIONS. N :sIN.l
Ea-Covwnor of Missouri. BENRT M TELLERSenatorfrom Simma in Popular Science Monthly. 6.i y&ar:
Colorado. 1T p 5ILT.' ........................ I ......... ..................Ar ; I
.... .....................!' 1I.QftII.1. !:!:51 arse
4P! !
_A S11kwnem of__ the___ _fi._..A._ .DDI060eLT......".......................,.. "ItIl.UDO.: ...........................r: Gary: 6Na a
.
Silk is obtained from the shellfish i liSp!lllCa ..........,.. ...... ............Hasnuga........ .... ....... -Lv 4s.:. 140. f
4 "TEiiJt1!; la.k............ ",1//...... ... .L. TU
known as the pinna (mytilidx), which _'lDpll1f, a tr..P. __'. ..... ... ...........Ar i" 'IJaTupDlOptr.
I PAY NO MONEY TO SOLICITORS.All Is found in the Mediterranean. This I : "....... .. ................8.D&I8O. ...... ................... ...L. bpbSp1lflQ..
shellfish has the of spinning a 'a, In The ............................SauMaf.fO.! ..... ........... ....... ......Ar
power ,1m LT..E&s, Palalka. ............... ... ......L. "f.5p .
viscid silk which in Sicily is made intoa 1 -', COp. ....... ......................OrmoDd...::...................:..... .. a OOp til e
Payable to Treasurer of the Committee Only. regular and very handsome, fabric. l11p .. .............................Day'ona............................ 552p rn'eOBp
I .. ............................Pon Orangs..................... .. t alp 659Bip
The silk is spun by the shellfish, in the I ........ .................. ...._......... .... .. J2Opa..
first instance for the purpose of attaching ...... I S4p .............................Oak Hill. ........................... .. l44p ......
I For the purpose of promoting the cause of Bimetallism and of carryIng ...... 6aY .......N.NO.......Tttusnlle ............................. 1 ......
on the necessary; work to overthrow the un-American and corrupt itself to the rocks. It is able to ...... balp .............................City POUIS............................. -. 1231p ......
domination of this country and in consideration of the guide the delicate filaments to the proper ...... Slip ..............................Cocoa.............................. 1222p .
gold standard ...... 54rp .............................Rocklfo) <\ge............................. to 121 ..
tact that others are making similar subscriptions for this purpose, I place and there glue them fast and TATE or FLORIDA.Advertising ...... 'I ............................EMu Halh.................. ........... 114a.......
hereby agree to pay to THE WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE,composed if they are cut away it can reproducethem. ...... 4l1p .............................Melbol\rtle............................. N 11 a'a .....
.. ... ... ...g.bu'iaD..... .. Iii roa :.....
of Senator James K. Jones, of Arkansas; ex-Governor Wm. J. .... I OIp ............................8' Lnr.I.............................. to ....... '"
Stone, of Missouri; ex-Governor John P. Altgeld, of Illinois; Senator The material when gathered (whichis ...... 6 ap ............................Fort Perce........................... .. 957k........
Wm. V. Allen of Nebraska and Senator Henry; M. Teller of Colorado done at low tide) washed in soup 91a.:

and their successors the following sums, to wit: One dollar for the pres. and water dried straightened and ...... f 06p ......._............... .... Stuar............................... 855a .....
cut month, and one dollar for the first day of each succeeding month. to . . . .. .. T88p .. ...........................Robe NlUDd........................... 821a .... :
and including the first day of October. A. D. 1900; in all ........... payments carded one pound of the coarse filament ...... 152p : .......................... Westiapttar........................... ". 807a.::.... .
about three ounces of fine ..... 6 BOp ........................Wes Pain' B.a.cla........................ r 3Ua ......
of one dollar each. This money to constitute a special fund, to I' yielding ...... a!tap ...................... Linton ...................". to 8 Sin ......
be paid out only on the approval and order of said committee. thread which when spun is of a lovely ...... S 441' : ..........................ror' Lauderdal..................... ... B ile ......
burnished golden brown color.-New ...... 0 ............................Damon ay ............................ to 5 S oa ._...
.. .. 10 Ar.................. .. ......Mlaml........... ................L. iso.l
...............,_......................................(Signature) York Herald.To .
BETWEEN NEW 811YRNA AND ORANGE CITY JUNCTION.

1, .f' DATJfl.............................*..... Jog IIU Memory. f.IN..I: STATi ON". I1:2: b n.!
I that clergymen ,...._..................... 'hew myrDa. ........................Ar Tij" liJjJIOap ;
Dean Pigou says many .............. ...........lake Helen .................... ....... .12401p 4uti:
........... :
FOSTOFFICE. cannot trust themselves to repeat I lOp 11.1 ....................... r.nlr. Cty........................... 141 29P tlo\
the most familiar prayers of the liturgy Ar.......... .. .. ...9r.ag.QtyJunotion.( ................... 13 alp .trP j
STREET: NUMBER..0..N...... i from memory and be tells how Arch Rate Sheet All tratae weeD New Sin rn. aDd Or.DieIy Junction D&ly! except llDdaY--:

_ 1 COUNTT...,............._.....rM" deacon Sinclair was much put out be- KEY ST AND HAVANA.
. 1'". < i cause he (Dean Pigon) sat directly be-
\ STATE.- 1"": hind him at a public meeting. The dean Th itauiihlpCity 9/Eer Wet'of the Florida East Coast Steamship Company leyev
) e Miami for Key Wttt oo/Mondayf. Wednesdayi Fridays after armai of train fM'IIJa.\:-
was puzzled but 'understood all when .oa ill..name eeBBtfctioBi at Key WIG with steamers for Baraaa. Lm' Key West 2D:
1 .. :E'OUTICS.--- the archdeacon removed his bat and *... ( ee.t on ') Monad Thursdays and Saturdays, arnmg Miami nut morolnjtin
th north train.
knelt to pray. In the crown of his hat Will be Sent on Ap Ia ta
printed in large type "Prevent us, TBM*TimaJtaUM show the times at which trains and boats maybe IIlWItel to arrire/nd
Name of paper this I was (,part from A* several stations and ports. Lot their arrival or departure at the trine
was cut out of. 0 Lord etc. feted is noVfuraatMd.nor doM the Company hold lualf responsible for any delay or any
taa.ga.u oss art.illr'ti.r.trom.
for 1 of local time card call at 231 West Bay Street Jacksonville or addren
Confuted by aa AslolltoIt
Cut out fill up blanks and man to W. H. Harvey. General Manager J.F.EiCXTOTH.Trams Manner. J. U. KAH ER. A.Q. P. A.
1044 Unity Building Chicago UL On receipt of the subscription, dlreo- N ow. children I wao you all to remember plication. St. Angnstlne.
that James Watt discovered the
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tans will be MIlt you how to remit.
wonderful steam engine by simply

.- watching the kettle boil"
"Please, ma'am, I don't just see how a
that could be." Indian River NurseriesBudded

"Why not?" ,
NOW IS THE TIME -
'Causa watch pots river boils."-
Fruit Trees. Before making your order, Brooklyn Lila Citrus Trees of every variety on Sour Orange and Lemon Stock; also foil
and other
To Plant Citrus line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to this ectiftn, in- .
for prices to the Interlachen Nurseries. Catalogue free. eluding) Budded :Mangoes so Varieties of Crotons 25 Varieties of
trite The Seoul Independent says that a Palms, Roses Strawbeny Plants, Pineapple Slips Etc.
YLIE Interlachen Fla. recent census of Korea shows a population -
Addresl j. W. W of 5,198,248, of whom 3,869.76 k JOHN B. BEACH, Proprietor, -:- WEST PALM BEACH, FLAt ,

K are males and 3,828,481 females.




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I '; .3 .HUSKSlND-iNUBBiNS.'' : AN-INTERESTING' LECTURE j I. P. t Y. C. ", -; 0004GVGOGOG0G0ar3G. GaG4O tao gi' Q : .. -

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:f. "' "' By a"Former: Filibasterer and Present Their Third Race-The Winning Craft .
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c, }'" ) 0m Garnertd. .From a Varied Source, ,. ;Newspaper Correspondent.Tie And Etcetera*. 4 RESIDENTS ,:
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With Observation t
Who vjsit Jacksonville invited visit
are to ;
: 1 lecture of Ralph.I1. Paine War The third race.of:the Pelican Island ,

":, ,;' -, Correspondent of the Philadelphia Press, Yacht Club was sailed on Saturday afternoon .
wlttr Sarlass 'Iaterjp r e4 Wtl- BaslaessBff at the West Palm Beach'Congregational in a strong whole' sail wind from r rtri Jewelry Store {f..c

.: r- abu-Pearis of ,nOlU't4a.i4ol1 +k' church last Friday*night, was a grand the S. S. E. The wind and weather wu I

.' Strug.i success numerically:: and financially.It prime for a test of the relative.merit of i ? as EAST BAY STREET A

.. was given for the benefit, the La the boats in ,.all classes. The' race was -
i di s'Aid of the over tie r # :i JACKSONVILLE:, | 'r
club
i' "Why do yon say that the man who. Society Congregational'. regular course off the Mad-
4 F just went out is one of those'people who church. dock & Matthams' wharf. There were :

,j i'; ; { think poetry is dead?" The lecturer commenced by describing no entries in the second 1asst Skipper fQpeenfeaf & Ccosby Co. r! : .

,, "Didnt you notice: 'that be picked hiS his trip on the.,"Three Fru&ds," from Richardson and Captain Jndson taking .

)oj_ teeth with bla fork and wiped his month faeksbnville about two years ago. charge of the Idler" in June Rowley's a ao '
.gjirthdaj and .
.. \VJedding Presents. '
j* on a corner of,the tablecloth?!'-Chkagd. He was commissioned', by the New place, June handled e throttle on the ; w ; .. r ; '.
'
'News, York Journal to carry a very handsome launch Cuyahoga acting as judge's boat. ae.e eeoe oe e.eoeae.-oeaeoeoe oeeeosoGV() _,
''# sword to General Gomez,the Command. Time was as follows: f- ,
M Flour for"Plapjacks and the Butter .
+ .
1. and Syrup to eaton them at Clematis er in-Chief dOth Cuban army. About FIRST CLASS CATBOiTS.tart. '"
Avenue Supply Store.The sixty filibusters 'in.All, stole out of the .- F lIah. Time. WHERE WE WORSHIP \ i THEY SAYThat -,.T- "
+ Siren...... 8-22-48 4-05-89 l-Ja-51 -.
harbor of Fernandina on the 'Three .. *
young man who' has come back Friends" with arms, ammunition two Capt. Sid. JUdJeek.Dmde .., the destruction of ,the poor Is
t. F from the far north and describes the -2222007: G 1-<<-56 their. poverty -' -' .
tons of dynamite and- a Hotchkiss n- .. '
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v Klondike aa "one vast measureless hell Cipt.LC.Clow. Resume-of the Work of the Local 1'1
i- pounder for the Cuban insurgfnti ldlerJ-22 -4-04.81: 1-11-39 That it has been the homely and not *" t I j I
of frost, ice and snow" evidently has an ; Pastor ; the handsome that *
They were watched by the United rapt dudeua.- ii people 'have helped
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'Woud'make.
which .
imagination him "
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? a States warships but escaped and reachedthe '''l'HIRn Cr 1aa. ; -rt< .,. the world the most ,t ,' ..
most successful: advertising agent for a _.... i -
'f. | if' cfrcus.Chicago Times Herald. Cuban Coast. They were about to Charger.Capt. O. 2-33-50.8-57-37. 1-23-47 be Hews'of All the Religious Institutions-.. That Wesley is of more benefit than, ,
rBlDgh *
m. "*
land when a Spanish gun boat attacked a Chesterfield. T
Future'ChurchEvents.
Kantiliu_ 1-34-00 withdrawn.Capt. A Foretelling of *- ,,
'Board and Room wanted by Baltimore them, they returning the fire from the' .Wm.Blngbam.Xa "- That this is an awfully tired world '\; ,' -.
t Teacher in exchange for coaching in 12-pounder Hotchkiss gun on board. _2-3-1-00 ,3=49-37 l-l :-37CapCGujUow. ? .
x most anyy branch or Companion to ladyor '* That those people who know tilt most
boat to the
t. child. Miss Gains, stopping with Another Spanish gun came" f'I11alClood2MOO919 I-ts-iv Bpl..opet S.rvle... ttrrecarar are, generallythe most uncomfortable.:;
add tie ? f'
Mrs Strawderman. assistance of the first ooe, hee .
Friends" retreated to an island near Key Two C pt. & llntfhinson. .BCU'tkth-'a-b-the-eL Krr.J.1f. UPLPOKD, Rector. That you are all going home to die no .
FolU'sa.
bl 3-42-16
; Teacher You dont know what h'u-n-t West where'the men and arms were Cape J. W.Comstoet.: 1-08-42. '.L Irnrx-jAHES Stan Ats't K1niI 1n. more but the quest a is, which,home?:
j ? father Service every Sunday morning a\ }i o'clock.
spells What does your do when '
landed. Then the Three,'Friends The first-class cat rice tea the Sandav Scnool at 3 p. m. That old maids'shouldand be ostrpctt4(
t his collar prettiest i
button is lost? remain the
The church wii4 open during
stoleo1frand_ returned to' Jacksonville, and most exciting one sailed. old bachelors disfranchised .
yet
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Johnny (slyly)-He things. '
says -Jewelers' 'BuorBKartOoo OF ST. AJTOBEW.-IteeU on
-, Weekly. and was seized by the United States The boats got off pretty close together, Second and Fourth Wednesday of eaeh That if some men would talk less and
officials. They were on the key ten days and the "Siren" soon took the lead from L. f. HIHDBV, 1rector.W cut more wood: it would suit their wives

.. Winter is here with suitable goods for when they wrre taken off by the( Dauntless" the"Drncie."holding it until half around :I'. AkIlS'tI.Ol'G.'! ,JE Secretary. better. r ,_ ,

the season at SIRKIN'S BAZAAR. and carried back to Cuba. the course the third time? It looked as I*. E. Chu..
< ;*%* Doctor-Do yon take a bath regularly? The above engagement was the first though she must be the winner, barring Services will be held In their new church the man usually does all the listening. .
.# ,Once and only naval fight between 'the filibusters accident but as around on he First and Third Sundays ol
> a week I ; they came
suppose on .. mouth d n m. m. and 731 p. m. Every I That God is not mysterious but ia_
;' ,Ancient patient-Lort bless yont no. aid the Spanish. "... the second leg the "Idler's" crew dis- cordially invited to attend. "1 was glad ,
they raid unto me, ,V."a go into the house i comprehensible.'
} '4,sir. I-hain't ,ao dirty ,as all that- They were landed on another part of covered the strong:head tide and insteadof : ,the I.ord" IDIv..I. K. 4LCSB. Pastor. Iii.-, ,.
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} Sket. the island and could not reach Gomez. following the "Siren" and "Drucie"all ", ..

The lecturer returned Jackson villle the way across the Lake, the "Idler"made Congregational Cbuveh.Kev. .
Millinery Goods.
Fast Sales mean Fresh Groceries-that S. D. PAUSE, Pastor. ,
la soon after but had to keep quiet for sometime : short tacks close to the reef avoid-
: what'you.: find at the Clematis :Ladies' .
Services at It a. m ant ir:00p. m. Sunday Fine Embroideries| Handkerchiefs
:' Avenue Supply Store. 1 the whole crew and the correspondents ing the north current, while the other and Pastor Bibte(.1.11 at 10 a.m.. and Hosiery. Ribbons and Laces.
on the ''Thre Friends" ,being boats were falling off to leeward out in >lian Endeavor- 6:30 p. m. Prayer[Silk Waist Patterns and Dress Trim'
/ An authority states that a ton of dia Wednnd y at 1 p m. '
.. monds is worth J35.noo.ocxx Remember charged with piracy. _, the current and toot the lead, holding 4 mings. Come and See
Just before the 'war broke out with it to the finish. St. Ann'c Catholic Ch nh. z-i-tm flr. F. L. flOFFATT.
this, and don't pay a cent more.-Chic
P Spain the lecturer was sent to Key West The third class showed np unusuallywell .Beginning Holy with Sunday.January 8th. there
-c ago News. .ill be YaM and Sermon every Sunday
1 by the Philadelphia Press, to watch for with five entries. The start was a \ 10 o'clock a. m. Sunday School at 8 p. m, .
nd service at 7:30 . .
Veoper p. m. _
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Holidays are past but prices are as low events. picture all the little white wings gettingoff On week days. Mass will be, at 7 a.m. I -Iii
;{; as ever at SIRKIN'S BAZAAR. He was on the armored cruiser "New in a bunch; but by some favorable I

The Heiress.:'The man I marry"must York," until war was declared with current that the other boats were unable ..Evening,Knights star of hodg Pythias, flo. 49, I : Here is ,Health to. '. :

.be very handsome, afraid of nothing and Spain. Re then was transferred to the to find the "Two by Four" slipped Meet every Friday Nl hta Sao o'clock stand Your Pocket BookIN .

,, clever. Money's not object to me. Mr. Gussie," and'was one of the few correspondents away in the.. lead and finished a winner. time.! Hall Visiting over PnbUc brothers School,1)TdtallyIDYiled.Cute Building. ). '. ;

Brooke.-Doesn't it seem'like fate that that Jauded with that expedition >----.e. w. F.AaIlSft.ONGJ..C.C. I .
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... 1- GyT t;Marca&7 01 R. & S. 2 i-97 -., .
we should have met.-Harpef's Bazar.JnstasGood after which .he went 'ough a -
MONDArSRACESa --"S I
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part of the,Santiago campaign,of whichhe > I
as Fresh and as many ....-4 i
,Good Things to Eat at Clematis Avenue gave some ludicrous_ and 'Interesting, .'r' -, RESORT UNFOUNDED. 4ttRCtiTC IOYLTIE.i{
Supply Store after as before the Ilolit incidents. sr\ Ark.Held. With But Little Variation From I

: : days-Go there and get them. He was thirty hours fight&? ,Jn the :The Program. \ "'Pass' South *erliug Silver Glove Stretchers, f 15
trenches with the marines who ls Signal But Strike ,
gallant ..
.r&He (preparing to leave)-I assure you Embroidery Scissors ':
.)Mitt Sweet the time has passed very landed at Quantanamo.After As promised in last w ek's issue the No Reef-One on Fire. }t.
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pleasantly this evening. the surrender of the' Spanish races for Monday were called off promptTly ; '" '""'
.She (Ibstr ctedly-'Yes. it is pleasantto anayhe went on cattle ship with three on time from the starting point in Last Tbursday night week;shortly after .. Knives < ,

know that it is past-Truth. other newspaper men to Havana.He front of the school house. CapU'B. :M. parties in this vicinity who were Tooth Brushes,.,

J r was arrested by order of General Potter and R. M. Simmons, two, of the ff4H'G heard steamer whistles blow. e .e. 1.25-1.50
Electric Treatment
Manicuring and afterwards released. He and the sound of fir WIt' .4 -
Shampooing Expert Stenographer, Blanco judges being present. :" fe "f out at sea, guns Nail Brushes 1.75-1.3

.Teacher of Higher Branches Music was ordered borne to Philadelphia and The day was rainy windf and very and saw signal rockets going up ap ," ,, .Hair. Curlers 50-1.85
etc. The Misses Quinn at Mrs. Straw.derman'a sent back to Havana, and on his way disagreeable in almost every:way so from a vessel! or vessels not far 'It:':<'
Shoe Horns .. !
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Clematis ave. spent two or three weeks visiting his: there was not a very big crowd_on' hand from shore. .?,. I '');:::::' 50-150
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When married woman goes away on parents, RevandMroS.D.Paiue. Now to witness the proceedings but as there ;*any conjectures as to the purport of I *-> wp* Shoe Buttoners,
on his return he has here for a noises and indulged in, -V . 50-1
a visit and comes home earlier than she stopped were entries for nearly every race,it was lights were ,
intendedit is usually a sign that she few days thought best not to postpone them again. Friday.word was brought to town ".. Nail Files -. 50-1.50

loves her husband, though' sometimes He graphically described the situation The following is the list of the races in a large steamer had struck a reef 4' Mustache combs .j

in Havana at the present time. the order la stuck and had been obliged to sig. ".
she comes back tQfca,if., she can catch which they occurred and ; Combs. 1.00-1.1
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him at anything.-Ex. The lecture was greatly appreciated those who entered, and the names of the another steamer that happened to be "*' Hair Pins r, .
as the frequent applause gave evidence. winners: and the latter vessel had come 5-io
( 4 FOR SALS c11 AP.-A new road cart, Mr. Paine left for New York last Sat. First event-Foot race 100 yard dash. and pulled the grounded one"off, and rf Child's Sets a.j

: never used. Light,roomy, and just the !nrday. Entries Wilbur Yarborough Elwin Moses both continued on south. :|Roger Bro.s Child's Sets . 1.75 _
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for the roads in this Inquire
.thing at THS SUN office. 1eC. *"011. ARRIVALS. Sim. Waddell. 'Elwin Moses won Upon investigation! we learn from par. : Sterling Silver Desk Sets . .75 I

the first. prize; Sam:Waddell the second s that were on the beach that' night Bonnet Blushes 1.5

<: 1 When the lodging house was afire one It prize. % t two steamers were going south one I Gold and Silver Pins .V : I
t night Mike hurried his breeches on As Shown This Week By The Registersof Second event-Five-mile bicycle race. shortdistance from shore and the other .50-2.1 J

x k wrong side before and threw himself out Our Leading Houses. Entries, Elwin Moses, Emile Anthony. a couple miles further out 10.14' & 18kt. Fountain Pens 1.25-4.:, # I

of the window. One of the first persons Wilbur Yarborongh. Elwin Moses won As they arrived nearly opposite the 'Sterling Silver Bracelets r.zj-j

be encountered was his employer."Are .* sEMINOLE HOTEL. the first prIZe. Time 16 minutes. Messrs. they commenced''fiashing their j

yon hurt, :Mike?" *"I feel no pain sor," .Philip F Gonnley Washington, D.-C. Anthonyjand Yarborough dropped out on one another, and signal I

N was the reply as Mike took a puzzled B K Hunt, West Jupiter, Fla.; A J Ca- before completing the distance. 'each other with'their Coston lights i ind We have an Excel t.I.ine of I

y front view of himself "but I must have nova, Rockledge Fla.; G T Johnson Third event-One-eighth mile dash bicycle their whistles, and as they were ..oe

? received a moighty bad twist, aor."- Cocoa Fla.; A. J. Richardson Shuegses, race. Entries. Wilbur Yarborough, about opposite Figulus the inshore : JEWELRY STATIONERY I

Detroit Free Press. Fla.; Carl Kettler Mrs. Wm. Schandt, Elwin Moses Milton Dick. Geo. Ie'n. sent up some rockets,the firing them ,
nings. Elwin Moses won the first prize their exploding causing the noises "
s Boat building done nght at home in New York ; R C McCraken St. Angus-; ; I I.'I AND--
Milton Diek. the second taken for the of ,
the most approved manner, good workmanship tine. Fla.; J F Gailfoyle Ft. Pierce prize. were report cannon. "
and Call on Fourth event-Slow bicycle Entries From what could be of the'.esseI.1 I l I ,
at living ps1 s Fla.: J F Beck and wife St. Lutie Fla.; race. seen <| ,XMAS BOOKS AND CARDS.
Capt. A. T. Rose. ?; D M Bryant Kobe :;Sound Fla.; Wm ,' Emile Anthony Walter Haugh, waa. judged that one, and probably ,-" .. r.";

., "Where has your hll& nd gone with Lamb Jupiter Fta.; W McKenzie, Wilbur Yarborough Milton Dick El- of them were transports loaded Toys; Toys, to make ." .
jl bisgnn" : 1 West Palm Beach, Fla.; J D Dubois, win Moses. Emile Anthony, first prize: troops on their way to Cuba, but all

_, ?- -,.._. ."Gone tGlbnnt.. .. cook.-Chicago Detroit Mich.; H L Richardson. An. Milton Dick second prize. whom we have conversed that saw the Boys and Girls Gladat :c.
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." !' lle<:ord. kona; Wm H Ellak. Eldorado Kas Fifth event Jumping contest Hiih vessels say that the facts are about Prices never before heard rf. '
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:r Crashes Alfred COY, Eden,'Fla.; Sam'l P Webb Jump. Entries, Wilhur Yarborough, El stated' here, and that at no time was t<- a. .
Blue"Ssrge Skeletons and ati
win Moses Chas. Metcalf. vessel on the reels nor did
Chas. Met. 'any
?1 ..,.t 'SIRKIWSAZAAR. -; R P Ciownover, J D McCormick COME ONE COMa ALL
F E C Ry.; Geo 'Whitmore, Boston ; calf first prize; Elwin Moses second unusual happen to them as far as ""3

MandeDb you believe that love ever J C Benney- Daytona; Jas Hunter, prize. The winner jumped over a string be seen.from shore but they merely -

t', :. flies out at the window? *** ""****- Cocoa ; Grover E Clark. Mrs A L Weir, four feet ten inches high. led to each other as above men

Marie-I know it .'P .other night,he Binghill Ohio ; .Mabel' ''Sanford New Sixth event-Standing broad jump. d. while moving south and con ANTHONy'BROS!:

# staid too late,and papawpnMnt take the York, C B Wood Riverton; Conn. U Entries, Wilbur Yarborough. Elwin Mo- on their way till out of sight with

,' c trouble to 'opeottbV: door.-;Yonkers S Seal, D W' Mallory Jacksonville. C sus. Chas. Metcalf. Chas. Metcalf won either of them stopping at all, or .' Merchants
krTOT
;J Statesman! Loveless, G Ray Chicago. M Lane, the first prize; Elwin Moses'second prize. making any noticeable change in '

_i j 1f\<'J t E. F. Haines has arrived","and_ win be New York. A M Terwilliger St. Augustine. Length of jump, eight feet,nine Inches. 1 course for any purpose whatsoever.Later s
.' Arrangements are made.now fora i reports say thatpne of the vessels '
found at Weybrecht's Machine Shop. 0 Robinson,,Philadelphia.ET being :
:-,. and will do all kinds of rcpairiag-Guns, Knight. C W Carlin, Jupiter. G big tournament to include bicycle, foot ..as loaded with cotton, and that it was : PALM BEACH

Pistols Bicycles Locks and.any kind A Worley Miami. A J Corbett, John and boat races jumping matches' and red to be on fire just when oppo. .
y =i of iron work. Chair wheels! for sale. of Palm Beach and the fact :
contests all kinds was signalled
-ANDMimiFlOBIDA.
,' "- -, Kelley, St. Augustine, F G Lieberman, possibly even to a -
2PI & ..,.- pie eating for the other vessel so assistance! could
'- :." J. M, Crawford, M. D., Atlanta. W S one, February 22d, Wash.
? &'.. "Why do carpenters always build the GraJam: W R Barney D B Gardner E ington's birthday; and if successful in sent if needed. The vessel on fire : : t .-'

.. picket feufe before they build the house?' C Lanier, Miami. Mr and Mrs Frank W perfecting those arrangements, a good to Key West, the other vessel .

.. f "So they can.fall off the tool on to it." Hall and servant Dahlonega;Ga. G S big program and valuable prizes will be near all the way there. On ar .

Chicago Record.No Orford N W Stripling Jacksonville. offered to the winners on that day. the fire was extinguished after it

need sending away from'home for -e done considerable damage. .. . es Asa .

any boats:wheu Cape A.T. Rose can THE PALMS.. "Mary, I saw the baker kiss you
build you one as fine or as cheap as you J H Miller and wife, Pittsburgh, Pa.; today. I think I shall go down and take

want. See-.him. and place, your order. John P Sanders, Ft Pierce Fla.; E R the bread in myself in the future." First-Class '.- .

"If I ever marry"said Cynic ,"it Togg. Beatrice Neb. C Van Horton and "twould'nt be no use, ma'am, he ( ) ,.....
will be a Chinese woman." wife Belleville, N J. D J Merqure,Rut woudn't kiss you. 'cos he promised he'd ,1:; ry
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"And why a Chinese woman"quoth land:VL Dr A P M:Jeffries and wife, never kiss anybody else but'..me.." .I. ( ) JOB WORK

op m'** Richmond. Va.' Ed: Gannon, Hudson .e 0 0 .

Because," saidJi.Cynicus"they have Mich. HarmBest, I.alayette.Ind. G Man From the East-I snpose you find 'I'

3' inch small cold Ceet.-C eye1and Plain R Piezer j4ksonville, Fla. Mrs Josephine the beople from tbs goUfieldi very profit I At THE

.: Vea1erl Braman&ooklyn. N Y. Mr and able custymers? SUN Office
Mrs W E Dobbins Atlanta. R\V Dixon Sksguay Sam (proprietoa of the North

A splendid violin,'fifteen years in use; New York. John F. Crenshaw HUG Star faro parlors-No. Thap ain't 80

s' in first-class condition can be. bought; Scott John P Lovitt, Jacksonville. E B good to us. It's thef ers'.hat'igojn -., .

Fla. Mrs J Frank. Miami. in that v; 'er looking after. Chicato
I t Address for- |5.oo.,"Y1Oli. Instrnmeat," careTROicHfi guaranteed. Fla.King'Jupiter .' News .su sori s for_qs Sun.


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