The Tropical sun
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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: November 20, 1897
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
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nu MM. asww M.:n.ran.p..w.w.arrtraoncuwr.r .] WEST PALM"BEACH, DADEnCOUHTYFLORIDA) ) MAY 20, 1897. VOLUME XL hat ...

PERSONAL PICKINGS. have made such inducing offers that COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE: THE EAST COAST CANAL averaging about four feet said to be HERE AND THEn

something better must be forthcoming p--- caused by washing the same throughthe --p

,_s u They C.w aad G*-Petplc Yen b some shape to overcome their! offers. !Istertstiag'hymn Cithert. by Oar ScribesTjrtagheut Cxttuita tf Tlsre fir Conu.eda-Tbe la- inlet from the ocean. At Juno your Scraps sf News Atari This asd Tbat, as4Difiertstniap.

Hay u May Hot laaw.Mrs. U* Csoaty.UlSGOn. ?' vcstifatloa Beprt committee found about a mile of work .

Miss.Irene Rickards was in the city .- -- unfinished which opens the canal into -

Gen Lynun was visiting in town a guest of Miss Hindry last week. HUTTERISGS. ,From the FlQrlda" izm**'the ifthwecojy Lake Worth or will do so when com- Shipments of pines are slowly incressr -

T,eday.Ifesers.. ,- -- ,.. *r '.thefollowing, wbich will be of pleted. The Company,. has a dredge at r'
Miss Eveline
Clark of Daytona, came .
work and had about
Pitts aDd Packard were down down Saturday night and is the guestof Two,weeks news this time. interest to oar readers: also seventyfivemen I The steamer "Denny" is still actingas
the of the earth in
Ll from the blind again Saturday. Mrs. J. C. Stowers at the Palms. "la the Senate' yesterday Senator removing top tender for the dredge.
There has been some rain here lately ) front of the dredge. When this is com-
Miss Clake was a visitor here last summer Mmjfck offered substitute for the
[ ft. L. Lnffman returned Monday night but no one is complaining about it a pendIng pleted the Company will have about 300 : Rev.A. M. Fontaine will be here nest
and made many friends who are set to extend the time for the completion l
from Ida ten days vacation-and alone. miles of waterway open to navigation Sunday and hold regular services in St. i
f fl pleased to have her with them again. D. A. Allen is greatly improving the of the canals and water-ways offlfe leaving only one section to be completed Ann's Church.A .

Messrs. Guy Bradley and Will Forrey bicycle path along the front of his place. Florida Coast Line Canal'and Transportation viz., between Ormond and St Augustine. -
were up from Lantaaa in the "Pearl" Miss Hattie Moore who' has been Company from St Augustine The work which your com- large portion of our cofpd population
Rev. W. A. Lowder was here and to Biscayne and to continue all of are off for a Sunday School picnic
Saturday. ________ spending the winter here with her sister, np Bay mittee inspected south of Lake Worth is .
Mrs. R. C.Jester,left on yesterday morn held services in the school house last its {stoats rights and privileges and thorough. Miles of solid rock and to Jensen today.
; very
; P. Burnett left last Thursday to visit ing's train for Columbus Ca., where Thursday night I the same was adopted and the bill was earth have been removed, opening np Geo. Maltby is having a fence pat
bis and
sons daughters over on
West. Coast. she will probably make quite a visit be- Three car loads of crate material and ordered engrossed as follows: the cailal. At least thirty miles of these around his residence lot Messrs. Kelfl

fore proceeding to her home in Carthage lumber were set out on the I,. W. F Co'ssiding i "Section That Section 4 of the said canals were cut through the solid rock and Hopgocd are doing the work.

Ben. Giddins suicided last Thursday Texas.: Her many friends here last week. act: approved,. 27. ISgJ. be, and the and muck beds.

evening by taking strychnine. He was were loth to part with her and would same is hereby amended so as to read as "Your committee found some portions : The new time table of the F. C. & P.

buried Friday.County like to have her return and she possi- The L. W. F. Co., sent off a shipmentof follows' of the country these canals pass through I which took effect May roth has Just j

Collector T. J. Hardee went siby may at a no very distant day. fancy pines a week ago last. Saturdayfor "Sec.>, That it shall be the duty of was once a dreary waste, but by reason ,been received and will appear next week.
the first this season. the trustees of the Internal Improvement
large bodies of
of the land
South Friday night to spend a few days drainage
Fund of the State of Florida and I Tomato shipments are about an end
the thunder Saturday hitherto worthless but
with his family.Roaflmmter During storm on being nothing
t last a party of ladies were bathingin 0.0. Poppleton the well knows bee they are hereby required to convey to swamps and quagmires, covered with"w.gr&Sland I in this vicinity, but a few eggplant and
John P. Hill'ud wife left the at Melbourne Beach I man from the B. I. R.. was down court the said Florida Coast Line Canal and wild have other vegetables are still being forward'
en the north-bound train Monday for a ocean they week the guest of Capt. M. Eo Spencer. Transportation from time to I mango groves< ed. '
fled to the bath house for shelter when Company, I heeD reclaimed, some of which are in a
run np the COM: try. lightning bolt immediately struck the Will H. Sanders"has bee.pmente time as its work progresses 3,840 acres high state of cultivation '- A good stiff northerner accompanied

Fred. Yost was np from Hypoluxo house killing Mrs. R.W. Beanjean and with a bicycle by a good looking young per mile of the tends now held in reserve "la 1893, after receiving the 'permission by considerable rain has prevailed since

Tuesday and showed some symptoms of causing the blindness- of Miss Grace married lady whose husband was .will for tM aid Company for each tectioafof -: from the Legislature of Florida Moaday and interfered somewhat with
six miles of the canals and
the base ball malady.Rev. Cummings and at the same time severely ing. waterways -! the Company resigned to the United pineapple shipments
.hocking others of the party. Mrs. -vCapt between St Aagwtine and Bis- States Government all of its rights on ,

J. N. Mnlford and wife left yesterday Beaujean was a woman in the prime of A. E. Knowles has" cleared :hisland cayse.Bay,which shall he found upon the Indian River between Titusville and Some of our pineapple growers on
from the front to the county road inspection; ,by the engineers of said account of the good prices for pines are
for Saratoga Springs where they life and loved by all who knew her She Jupiter, and it was understood that
and will the of it out with board in shipping some rather green ones to the
set most pines to be conformity with the
, and :
.ill probably spend the Summer. leaves a husband and two sons to mourn some money was appropriated ex
this summer. Specifications injury of themselves and the market
prescribed in Section of
her untimely end. Miss ,Cummings 3 pended I improving. that part of the ca
Over on the island Andy Walker and is a most estimable young lady" who has D. C. Burnett was up from town Tuesday : pis'fald lands to be the even and The Everglade Oratorical Society held
aeIt i Mary Williams married last Wed for numberof also lid. numbered sections which He nearest nal"The claimto its Thursday night and,
I were lived at Melbourne Beach a on a business trip to Riviera he East Coast Canal Company regular meeting
nesday. Rev1. J. A. Wannamaker per. years, and bas the sympathy of large stopped at McConn's ridge plantationon to tlle'ne. .of the route of its canals and have nothing to do with this section added to its roll of members Elgin ,F.

forming the ceremony.Mr. .- circle of friends and acquaintances in his way back &,- $b- s* "PPio.Ided. j -.deed f thewalerxay- ,found another Curry Pierre Braaning and Charles P.
t her affliction. Truly we know not what has % ( shall be shallow place at the headTbfHaalover Kennedy The-society has-aow-tfteea

and Mrs. Geo. H. Maltby leave a day may bring forth. Life, health and I. 'Capt E. T. Rose made several made to the said Company for any sections Cut, the water being about four feet deep members. ,.
Tuesday for Kansas City. Mo., to spend I small shipments of some of his earliest of said canals and waterways for a
it in the mile Also
our faculties are held, as were for a quartet of a or more. The train from the Southwas
the kummer. Wm. Kelso will 'be in balance, apparently safe in our own fancy pines but his largest shipmentswill distance of 102 miles ,from mile 24 to another shallow point where the sand about passenger two hours late last Saturday
charge'of the store during their absence. be later in the season. mile u6 from St. Augustine until the
keeping, in reality, beyond our preserving bad washed into the channel. as it had to wait at Miami for the Key
said canal and shall be
waterway con
care. further that find
Bert and Geo. B. Swift and family left for We state we upon West Militia company which was oa its
Foots Yarborough left Sat. structed, through; the whole of the divide examination that lands, amounting to
rday to attend the annual militia encampment their Chicago home last Thursday. Geo. separating Mautanzas River on the way to the State encampment at Talla
Improv the State SchoolLOn 579,000 acres have been conveyed to hassee.
at Tallahassee, they, being L. Swift stays here to superintend the north and Halifax River on the south, the Canal Company.

members of the St Augustine military our exchange table we, have the L. W. F. Co's shipments of pines. In accordance with the specifications "Your committee can report that the A lecture and steriopticon exhibitionby

company May number of the Florid School Ex- prescribed Section 3 of this act; Rev John Brown will be given to.
l'1_ .. Bin fine nanttia lannrli______ work so far is well done and we believe h i
CGanin GUmaine and GordonBroome IIOt'IIthe official organ of the Florida and g cat boat--r'WW have been "And provided further That no conveyance that the contract has beencomplied with night on "Mary Queen of Scots"' and
Teachers' Association. This journal, as prize winning of any of the lands so reserved tomorrow night on "Robert Burns."
west to Miami Monday to arrange to Gale & Co's hauledout but we call the attention of the Canal
for aa entertainment to be given there its name indicates, is devoted to the brought and well up housed for the ways summer. shall be made by the said trustees to the Company these shallow points above The pictures will especially please the

by Mr. GUmaine supported by our school interests of the State. Under the Slid Company fop that portion of the referred to, that have been filled in by children. The proceeds are for the bea !
caption of "Our Five State Schools"is a laid,canal and waterway between Ju- efit of the Ladies' Aid Society. The
Home Dramatic Club.J. The mail boat "Seminole" was hauled the sand washing in from the ocean.
critical article on the efficiency or, per- piter and Lake Worth unless the same will have be above lectures will be given at the Congregational *
out on U. D. Hendrickson's ways a week These points to gone over
C. Stowets arrived home from Jacksonville haps it would be better stated as inef- shall completed in accordance with the it Church:
and 'to
ago Saturday cleaned repainted again open up waterway as
Monday night He reports having ficiency of said schools which is said specifications by the 1st day of
should be."Your the
ready to run again the next Monday.The Rev. W. J. Cady will preach at
a splendid lime and that the Grand summed as folllows:
up January 1898; submit
committee beg leave to usual hours at the CongregationalChurch
Lodge meeting of the K. of P. at Jacksonville I. For some reason or other our Lake Worth Fruit Company have "And provided further. That no conveyance a statement of the'work and disposition next Sunday morning and even

was a huge success. State schools are, out of all reason- had their packing house moved don :. of any lands so reserved shall of the Company's lands furnished by ing. The subject in the evening will be
able proportion, local in their .in. be made the said the said '
along side the rail lOrd platform and by trustees to said the
Company: of special interest to young men.
Mrs. Geo. L. Brannlng and son Ceo. fluence. Lave had an addition built on the back for any portion of the said ca Good music will be rendered by the
B., together with her sister, Miss Ange- of their I ;Company DIUPOSmOK OF LAND.
; 2. Too great a proportion of it. _____ waterways between St. Augustine choir. Hours of services: Sunday Schoolat
vine.kft yesterday for the North; the energies are expended doing ele' and Biscayne Bay which shall remain "One hundred thousand acres sold to
at 10 L m.; preaching at n a, m.; C. E.
who has been
tn former to spend the summer in mentary work that could be done Joe. Empie, working 'ucompleted in accordance with Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land
Hendrickson's for I at 7 p. m. and preaching at 7:45 P. m.
Georgia and the latter for her home equally as well,and far more eco Capt. U. D. some 'said specifications, at the end of two Company for $i per acre and the money

In Michigan. _____ nomically, in the regular eler=en-, time has gone to his home in Orlando years from the 1st day of April 1897 received expended on the work. The attention of the city council

Capt. H. B. Shaw Snpt of Life Sav- tars schools. si and Harry Redifer is now filling the Par "And provided further, That the said "One hundred and two thousand acres committe on street and alleys has been

Stations on the Florida East Coast and 3. They have largely lost, if they, OI1. ____ Florida Coast Line Canal and Transportation granted to the Florida East Coast Railway .called a couple of times to the washout

who is now engaged in putting in jetties ever in any considerable measure Gale & Co., have shipped six more Company shall accept the provisions ;, Company as a subsidy. I in the streets in front of the Seminole

to protect the House of Refuge at New possessed,the respect and confidenceof crates of egg-plant off of their little patch of this act within 60 days after it "Ninety.four thousand acres now being Hotel. These late rains have not improved -

River, was a passenger on the train to the educational public. since last report and we have helped shall be approved by the Governor and .. conveyed to said railway company it any to say the least, and now

Jupiter this morning. 4. That they are not patronizedby them cat a crate or two besides, and still file a notice of such acceptance with t.e as an additional subsidy. I before any damage is done we wish to

the State at large can be explained they grow. __ said trustees, which acceptance shall be I "Eighty-two thousand acres sold by call the committee's attention to it

Paul Jones W. E. Glenn T. J. Crier only by the suppositionthat Hillhotise's held to constitute a contract betweenthe Canal Company, and all the money received again. This is the the third and we
L. D. of Red
and Wilbur Yarborough left Tuesday for some reason or other they acre State of Florida and the Florida expended on the works. hope the last time gentlemen.
ish pines are doing finely and he is having
evening for a few days outing at Hills- do not meet the demands of the Coast Line Canal and Transportation "Ninety-seven thousand acres still ..--- :

boro river They ",'entdown in E. I'. times. The search for the source more land cleared on the wes siie Company in accordance with the pro- owned by the Company which require Court KoUs.
of the road on which he will set
Dimick's cat boat "Billow" and had all of this failure we leave to the authorities this visions of this act. extensive drainage before being market. Our genial County Judge, Hon. A. E.
out more pines season.
the wind they wanted to take them vested with their manage- "Sec. 2. That this act shall take effect able. Heyser, has been in town several days

there. ment. Ed. L. Hosford and wife paid a visitto upon its approval by the Governor. TABLE Or CANAL DISTANCES. Mile this week on law business. Tomorrow

The speeches of the evening at the S. In suffering them to drag out Miami a couple of weeks ago and after "The following is the report of the "Head
oratorical exercises on Monday eveninglast a profitless and expensive existence, their return began -getting ready to special committee investigation, Senator TitwvDleto Jupiter._..___.._ _. ..18l case, Wacob vs. Wacob: before

were made, they say, by Charles the State is doing a grievous go down there but have changed their HenJly and Representatives F. A. Jupiter to Juna.........__.-..- 11 Special Master W. L Metcalf.A.E. Be,-
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Juno to Mlau.l
Kennedy of.TuB SON force, and Editor wrong, both to itself, its tax-payers minds since then and will now remain Hendryaad Bates: Miami to south end ol Bay?natural? channel ser for plaintiff. Accounting, before

Dean, of the Nnlll. Charlie killed one- and its youth.If here.. ______ "Your joint committee appointed to _. 80 Referee A. E. Heyser in case of Lymaa

half minutes time and Dean,one-quarter our present schools can be so Chas. A. Stone and wile, of Riviera, investigate and report' upon the work oi Total-.. ...._....___....-.816 vs. Gudmansen Robbins Uraham and
minute ordered and managed as to com the Florida Coast Line Canal and Geo. G. Currie for plaintiff, W. L Met
confidence and left a week ago today for a visit in the ...*
mand the
patronageof Transportation Company beg leave to calf for defendant. Motion for new
Mrs. W. J. Cady and two children are the people, they should be madeto North. During postmaster Stone's absence report as follows > National Mosey.HI trial before Hon. A. E. Heyser as Judgeof

expected to arrive tonight from Lake do so; if not, they should be Ceo. Sanders will be in charge of "We find that no work has been done County Court in case of Thomasvs.

Geneva VVis. They come to make their abolished and the demand for the postoffice and he and his father re- north of Lake Worth since the last report The Philosophy' and Physics of Mon- Tabernacle Baptist church, W. I.

t permanent residence here as Rev. W. teacher-training and higher educa- side in the hotel of a joint committee the House ey"' is a neat forty page pamphlet Metcalf for plaintiff Scott & Broome for

J. Cady has accepted the call given him tion should be met in some other The workmen on the Clow and Swift andSenate, appointed to,examine the I which comes to us bearing the author's defendants. Testimony was taken this

by the Congregational Church and will by a great State university work of said canal and of ,Titusville. Commissioner
way say plantations on the ridge have cut a bicycle transportation name of Adehemer Brady week before W. I. Metcalf as
I become ha regular pastor.W. path out from town. It starts north company in 1895.' In 1890 the work of Printed by our contempoiary, the. Florida in case of A. F. Quimby Admin

l E. Pabor, cf Pabor Lake, and one The problem it is true, is a per- from the Atlantic Steam Laundry and deepening the Indian River was com- Star print.. The work is a treatiseon isirator, W. H. Hunt estate vs. W. H. .

of the committee to locate the National plexing one, but surely there is in i follows just under the ridge till it gets pleted according to the St te', specifications the functions of money and shows Gleason et al, Robbins & Graham for

Editors Home, was a passenger on the Florida a sufficiency of talent and to the section: line then it gradually goes and the canals were inspected and a painstaking analysis of that much desired plaintiff W. B. H. Gleason for defend

train last Friday en route to view Fort patriotism for its solution. Time will up the ridge and ends fur the present at accepted by the engineer of the board of and so little posessed (by the

Lauderdale as aa offered site. Melbourne she*. the Clow plantation. trustees of the Internal Improvement printer), article money. If friend Brady antOn Saturday replevin case of M. E.

is an aspirant for the location, The article in full is well worthy of -slU- 3 Fund. In 1893 about forty miles of canals had only shown us how to get. not 16 to Gruber vs. ,G. W. Grimes is set for jury

ud BO prettier location can be found the best consideration of our educatorsand A. W. Garnett sent up 26 extra fine were cut between Lake Worth and i, but i to :2 of the J due us on our bookswe trial in Squire Elliotts Court, W. I. Met

than that town; but, Bro. Pabor informsu those interested in higher education watermelons Monday from his Hypoluxo Biscayne Bay. At Sewall's Point we should have been glad to give a calf tor plaintiff.: G. G. Currie for defendant

that both Enterprise and Interlaken and Florida's school prosperity. plantation to G. G. Strohm the grocer. found one-fourth mile of shallow water. whole column of praise to his work. .


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: : ( t .OCnlpuaI tm 'icloDie"thaDge-. ; perhaps no. one '-ROI'ESSIONAL.' ,41- CARDS- : LEGAL N(}TICES., MIAMI _:'. Si

: ,was Dore'8Ul'prised than the dUtjacuished -: :, "' : .
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.. : : although Mr ROBB $1 00.00-- Sewmrd One Htadred: DottinReward '

'!;, MEMBER OPiporida Mallory is not unknown m'Florida lbATTORNEJS.. ..". -ATdAW.. will be paid by tile Board of Coot 5. 5 TOWN LOTS:*
? -. Com mlMiooeri for the eoiTktioD aay per.
GEO.G.CT&BIE, ,. ioeal JUaagerWect -
As member of the
; politics. an lOa or perIOD for setting fir to or bvddiag '
Press Association. Paint Beaefc,Dd Caaaty.ria.' '
, I ,> -, AFFILIATED WITH State Legislature, as E:=:Representatie Will practice frail-court*,State ad Federal reap tftet OB any of the Dome Cnonty ia Opell10.: Brides te., .* NOW OHA. -
.. in the House ofuongreaa for Special facilities for examining and perfecting Dade Cou17I'Iorida.
National Editorial Association. ,Lan TiUUoJ We nave the only complete abstract this March 3d,1891 .. :;It
.1 4 two terms from:Florida MrXMaBory boob covering North Dad CoaI tJ.. [L.8J ....r.x.&A>>T, E. KINGSLEY Gen.
', made record.of $4 1.31a Clerk Board County Commtaaionera. {
a nnimpeached integrity 5
; t'" ; and marked devotion to his constituency D. Tattle
For Mra. Julia
t On Tear.In a4 aae' -99.00 <
.' ;',, Sit it.etb.taadnsee.41.oe t and certainly the Florida 'NEWSTie 'T'EACHBRS'tEiaminattoB $%AMI1 lATIOI L 1'-

, I :' :' ThreeYoathsfaad'--: .-_.,,'._, SO Legislature might have gonefurther: .Progressive Pa9aF.of_Dada Caaafj.DyondoaY.kynotr. 1 '
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j wffl be herd.at Welt Palm
. q' .. and fared :worse in the selection irs the Newsiest Breel_and BrighWrt Pr Choice Basineei and Residence Property in &H l
e. I per in Southern FlorIda. x., Beach School Hooa,oa TuacIaT. Joe ,8th '
". .nWBID"buT THnaJUY'AT' riut OJKSTBaeO a andidate for the high honors j Sample copy eat free by- addresdnj, 897,oust to an applicant for-flrit. tecoBd the Town. Carefollj selected Fruit tad Vegetilla
; IIICS.P.IDECOCXTY, moues. : THE LAKE,WORTH NEWS. .tWrdsr..: eertiaettea wIa the
; conferred d: :.., rI '.t-23'96 West_r aim B cnFla., aa Miami River and Bay BUcayne
-4. __ pubBe aeJaooJ.of tile elate Florida, aeeaadlag on Y.
I Writing from the:'distance, we 'arefrom -- >- to the law foveralnj vKifora eaamlaa.Uoaa solicited from Actual laretton snMain" :
AT THSXWT Correspondence
BKACH AS leCOTO-dAS OFFIM DT WEST.AIM the scene of action,it seems to TIT I.MEICALF, : ,min win probably tie only cumteatlon -
KATTEE.Official .. -
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f _.'. u*to have become a settled %vie/ I ATTORNEY.AT. LAW. ; order tkbtiwBy ol Dade County School Board., Office .

! Paper of Dade Cou 1t).aad the Oldest :tion amongthe opponents oiJSena- ,. mil practice u'. ouSf,.State&a4. Fe&ralCourts. 5 55 'Z.T.3fEBEITi.
Publication on the East Coast of !tor. Cbipley that a consolidation upon $-3f, Coon!SBperlatesdeat. "
Jiotel 'ft'iatni
Florida between LAND.CASES A SPECIALTY. .
TltTUTflle "
a new candidate was necessary ,
Offlcein TBOWCAL 8C* : '
r and Key Weat, !in.order'to end the deadlock. The i 1-bleat--Palm- Beach. Dadb_ BIoit'j,_lortda.xmrejaceinc : jncBuries Miami
election of Mr. Mallory proved the
: Bert Advertising Medium on the East Coast E.HEY3EIii1 ta hereby sires that I hall,a*Cons
wisdom of
of Florida. I the change of support iuioner,appointed by an Order or Decree,
'. the members;and served to end the ATTORNEY !-LAW! dated March 27th A. D. 1897. by John D.

, suspense and'daily contention of the Fmm thirteen years of continuous reaide lee Broome,Judge of the Circuit Com for the North Miami Town Lots
CAPT. DIMKX AND DB. POTTER.Legislature the. .* tit Dade Coaaty.: all : : seem to have done all that on .abject.I Dade Uoonty UncU,baa peculiar faeilitiea for ,tea at public outcry.OR the '7th Day of
was possible I and lornisfeins AbMraeta of:
Z. Whatever personal preferences iniividnals Title. Jane A.D.1897 wlthla the legal boon otaale.
to get us a local option no. may have, or have had, Juo. Dade County, Honda. 11516C. .before the ColIn House Door at Juno, 'O Da Want'cim? _
l fence law, so a failure to get it will Florida for each the following described
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i there can be no doubt but that the
be fault land,town ----
; no of our legislators. people at large gave a great sigh of H. HOOD, )!. D.. S Past K a 5oothwdtt Y. and Southwest KofSoatbeaatU. > We'veRann3 <:

, Section 84, ia 89
relief when it known that iheI
tf I PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON South lUnge 4% East lying and beiag IB in Price from $30 to $121
: THE STATE TAI'HATE for Florida end had come, and that the mantlei 'otsce and Residence near Royal Poiadaaa Dade County,Florida,bring of tie Firsts of

;-" is' lower than, that of any other Ex-Senator Call, had fallen upon Hotel,PALM BEACH. 6-1-9$_ Jake HethrlngtoB, late ot Brerard County, D
f'I Souther tate, and her debt shoulders worthy to bear it,and one deeeaaed ALLEN E. HEISEB
per ? 5-6- t Commiadoiwr. "
A Selected List of Bay Biscayne Properties.
; capita is only ,$2.50 which ia less m whom the people have confidence n B. POTTER, M. D.,

than any other State in the Union. that Florida will have a Senator who Fruit Tracts and Cheap Lands for Inrettmeat, \ 1

! e'e will command the respect of his M-|J-23,93 PALM BEACH. FLA. NOTICEa Frost-Proof Bearing Orange Grotet. :

' ".. lows in the Senate chamber and the III the circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial Number: 1 Phosphate Lands. r _
:, :' THB,GOOD ROADS BILL was killed trust of his contingency. P.W. PUGH M. D.. Circuit,Dade County,Florida.Ia chancery Choice Properties of Every Description at tit

,:1 Z. br the legislative committee to PHYSICHK AND BURGEON Sam Bro..lr.**,.Complainant] BiII. Desirable,Locations on bock the East and West .:
which it was referred. This is on a A READY MADE GOOD ROAD Sonaldo O.Cook and Ettte X. to ForedoseMortgage ;
f Offiee ia rear of Dimkk'a Drug Store. Cook him wife. Asa A. Warner} For whatever you want in the line of inforaatias, u;
par with their defeating the local Re denee-WM aide of Olive Street 3 Doors and Ida U. Warner bk wife
I option no-fence law and fits the The citizens of this County seem to I South of Uematia ATenne. and Charles O.Butler.ToKonaldoO.CookEttie. the location, price and terms of sale of these
8--26-96 WEST PALM
" [ :;" exactly, for good roads will not ber|be in favor of good roads and ourj Warner Ida If. Warner If.and Cnok Cbarlea Asa O.A. erties, Address- s

needed whfre cattle and bogs are County Commissioners appreciating PUGH Butler Greeting:
t running at large, for no one willable be thie.faef.have been willing to do all J.A.. S DEN /BT. ,Xeuau.It appearing attorney from for laid the affidavit complainant of ,W.filed I E. AS14.96 WJ! iJELL,
hey could with the fund
to raise enough to require a applicableto 'I lathe above titled cause.that you are ace
Crown and Work
Bridge a Specialty.'
team to ball it. The maj rityofthislegislature that purpose, to give us as many Local AnAwthetic Reed in Eanraction resident of the State of Florida and that Ia XIA.JD. FLOBRELSFORD
"t and as good roads as possible and I of Tenth.OFFICEttADoor kin belief lOll are residents of Dowagiac,
seems to consist of very from Cor Ctemati Are. Coast,of Cast,State of Michigan and that
-k: progressive I mentvery. we believe they are still willing todo and Olive St. .. yon are nr the age of twentyoneean;; and -
E so. that there b BO one Ia this State upon whoa
sea legal Mrrfce can be made la your behalf Itte
Believing this we wish to call ;' I :DROSS
i L therefore ordered that jon c10 appear b the
f THE COMMITTEE APPOINTED to inyestigate their attention to an already grubbed bola complaint filed ia said cause oa orbefore

; State Treasurer Collins' re cleared and graded road some DENTIST the 7th day of Jane,A.D.1897.

port that he has apparently used e ght or nine miles long: that COCOA, 1SDIAS RIVER'FLOElDA.tJMvyALLACE It to farther ordered that this order be published
onee week for four neeeaaite week
": the money of the State' to help pri- we think can be secured for the prior to said ''Z'tJa clar of lone, !.D.189'Z'.faThe '

: Tate enterprises, that he"has shown axe of the public at little or no expense B. MOSES, Tropical San,a newspaper pnt/llahed la Real Btate IDl In snr-
': Dade County and State ot florid&.
an utter disregard of the high and and if so, we would politelyask Successor to A. W. Robert, Ordered this 6th day of May,A.0.1897.L.1 .

o responsible duties of treasurer the that they try to secure it as soon BEAL ESTATE,AND IHSURMCE..gent I [ A.r.QCIYBY

State of Florida"and recommended as pos,ible. for West Palm Beach- Town Lots, awn Clerk of Circuit Court of Dade County,Fla.
West Palm Beach Water Wori.. W L KETCALF.i .
7 tbat he be requested to resigned and We refer to the old Jupiter &; NOTABl PUBLIC. Solicitor for Complainant. 44&

" H he does not, then that Iii be turned Lake Worth Railway from which tbe 8-21-96 Clematb Avrnne Wes,Palm near Olive Beach Street.Florida. i palm Beael, Florida., "

: < out and all this because he was rails and nearly, if not. all the ties

only >0,000 or so short. have been taken up, but the road FRAJiKUN SHEEN. G$0.0. pmt FOR PCBUCATIOS. }

,i... bed remains in very fair conditionwe QUEEN.. & BUTLER.- 11dND Omcz a GIUKSTIIJ.*, 1'1.1., \ P. 0. Building north of Poinciana
May 1. ieoT. _
1 : SCPPOSE CHEMICAL MEANS are told, and can easily be used SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS. Notice U hereby gins that the followlag- '

' tried to clear out water hyancintbs were as a road, and would make a goodone Office at West Palm Beach to aallled make settler commutation baa filed proof aotiee ia of cuppurt her raked of ketIreton I
Landa legally rnl claim, and that laid proof will be made
i from the.St. Johns., A little spray connecting Jupiter with our hed. Seteetlne and rtdndtng Idanmdsa tau 4 Clerk Circuit Court,at Juno, Fla.OB June 13,
County seat ing and estimating timber a specialty. Careful 1897.Pit:
f, 4 ing with kerosene would go a long and correct work guaranteed. All eon Lucy D. Crank, ate Miller ./Jupiter,FliL, The Policies of the v :
What monleatlona mall receire
would be by prompt attes-
to '
ways towards killing them. ,Possibly steps necessary floss Man and Bine Print at Lowest Prt- lid! ,503,for the Lou 4, J, 6 and 7, See. So, :
: if secure it, we presume our CountyJudge seas WEST PALM BEACH.FLA.' 11-7-95' Tp teeti4t&
s a little oil were thrown into She names the following witnesses to pro.
; the river will be only too happy to find her enatinnoo* residence apes and cuJUTation -

t down amongst upstream the and plants let it spread also out, if he does not already Know TOS. ELLIOTT, I J.E.H.otsaid B.Carlin King land of,Japiter eta":. Honda.. GerMia[ L Lile In surce Cti

! might ,help to discourage them. and would also do all in his power 0 JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. J I..A.Armour -
assist tbe Commissioners- Birth Judicial District of Dads Coast O. John H Urant.of Heptane. Florida.
f Spraying however. would probably Bent Collected for Xon-BealdenU. 66J.M.BARLO, begUter.OTICE .

j be the quickest, cheapest and best road. West palm Beach, ". ,Florida.
: t and would The road from this city north 1-10-96. 1. For goat family case of your <
way be apt to be the PROVIDE
}{ most successful.. should be cleared out once more,acd J. FLOOD. -. 2. Your old age, if you lire, '

! see straightened, and the upper end T e Subscribe for The Sa

SOME TIME,AGO WE CALLED the from about Priest's creek to Juno ARCHITECT AND'BUILDER Send your age nearest birthday .*. ,.

.; tention of launch 8a tshould be laid out permanently and Building.Plans and Specifications lor any style.',"of
owners to the G. LOPER BAILEY Palaftt hl
Fourteen year eiwrienee In De lgnlng Manager *
United States law requiring naptha worked then, with the old road bed Southern Re ldel1ee 2-iJ-9S .

launches of fifteen tons or over to added, we Would have ,a fine drive WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA.M. .. .. :0. and recelrs full paid .;;:

, bare licensed captains and engineers from this city to Jupiter, 'passingthrou The Sun 2.13-96.

1 and that all launches of whatever h Mangonia, Riviera Juno, D. L. DODSON.. ; Tropical -- =

eue.should. carry aide lights. As and Venus on the ways .

i there are,no fifteen ton launches on In time probably this road wouldbe l G "' Job Department
1 shelled and then it would be,
the Lake that one
of the
part law do
not apply at ceof the finest and best drives and bicycle MiamiFlorida.. G. x
present, but the other 8-28-5.: Prints Letter Heads G. SPRINGER
I part relative roads in the country. .
to carrying side I lights Note Heads ,
i doe apply to all launches on the We 'trust our County Commissioners SAM COBB, StatementsEasiness

f Lake and should be complied with will take the necessary steps to AND Cards "-

t by all of them., secure the Jupiter-Juno road as soon !BLACKSMITH WHEELWRIGHT. 'Bill Heads Manufacturer, Retailer and Shinier of. .

.*. as possible, and improve ,the road Horse-shoeing an I Harnefls-repalring. And all kinds of Fine Stationery
1 All.KlnOa of General Kepalrlnif.
f frcm this city to Juno:-the shelling
L'e THE REPORT OF: Wm. Sheatc, Shop on Alley near the Rail*ay. 7-16-tf Are You Supplied? JE.H.DIMICK w i
State school of the roads we can wait for till the
I superintendent for 1896
is a table County's road fund is in a more plethoric BARBER ICE
i'I showing the amount, ol MAGNOLIA SHOP
condition. ,
'I school funds returned to each county .
for B..R. BROWN: Proprietor. AND
every dollar they pay,theStati to
i One mill school tax. ,From this Fine V/orkbya FirsUla&s BarkerShop West ,

}; # table we learn that Dade Conn tv. A great deal is being Mid about on, Olive street two doors north Propnetor'Palm. "

I gets seventeen cents back for every sugar beet culture all over the country of The Sun office. i--tf. .

dollar paid into the State school now, and seed has been, givenout DistilledRefriieratorB W ater

fund. This is the lowest amounft'ny ia many places to the farmers to SEMINOLE BARBER SHOP.... ,

i county receives, the next lowbeing 1st see if this country cannot raise JOHNSON GEAURIDEAU,Prop'"'. Beach
First Class Tonsorial! wort. # tftfnty-eix cents, which Lee enough sugar for its-own use and SatufacUoa Guaranteed <3SEMIXOLE '

County l'l ivElt. The highest,, is thus make as independent of foreign West HOTEL. -. BLOCK'. Drug Ice Chests Freeien ail
Palm Beach
1'1 i $2. )3. received i by Jackson Count 7. countries in this respect to the profit 1}17-6. Florida. ,

t Gackden and Holmes each get (2.32: of oar producers. While probablythe ..* Store.
later Coolers.
I and Madison gets 2.30 while the sugar beet will not do any too

> third lowest on the list is Brevard, well in Florida and especially in this HOTEL

, who gets only forty-five cents back section, sugar cane grows finely in ww.., wwww rhe PalmsHow -DEALEBS B- FACTORIES .

t for every dollar paid to the Stat nearly every part of the State and -
school fund.SENATORIAL.
while no large quantities have ever Open For Wink Travel.
CONTEST ENDED been raised here there seems to be no Drugs, Toilet Articles Cocoa and West Palm Beech

reason why it cannot be raised on All Modern Improvements, Electric; Jan

1 A surprise party was held at Tal our muck lands particularly those Bells, Baths, Etc. 17-tf
over by the fresh water. There w Stationery and '
i lahl18.w'on Friday last when TOf $3.00 ** ,
Stephen any amount of this land and the $2.00 PER' DAY., -' m"JII"'Tl r\'a:;" ,-.Jh : :
i R. Mallory, of Pensacola, was most of it can be bought cheap. It Addresses ::. .L'I,

,;\ elected United States Senator ove would be a good idea for_some one Druggist Sundrien0

the Chipley and Stockton forces, understanding the business to raise "THE PALMS: ," 15,000
a crop of cane on some of this land Budded
from vote of tbe 1-1616 West Palm Beach _
a a solitary one and make a few barrels of syrup and Flo .. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded F

day before to 53. The vote ,by..some and if there East Coast
sugar see 14 not .. Balinese Solicited. Also
which he elected of in fancy Mangoes, Croton and everything in the NIItIItf-
was was a sort; a money it. Try THE SUN for Job Work
e WEST PALM BEACH, 6-10-96.! John B. Beach West Palm Beach



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tan 8u Flower AT SEA. I "Yes I'm hare visiting hiDLI'n THE DUDE. LISPED. Sew York Boys. .

-ben !hall w., the storm tossed sailors, weep been here about two weeks., Mrs. Lucas "Mistar, won't yer give us er lift?* .I FOR SJtLE, lAt
rates for h.TaOl> t For those who may not sail again, is so good to all the-people here, isn't And H. X&ewiae E1I'eetaaU7'DtIp( vMKr. The speaker was a boy of 10, with aa
O,Ssaflowrr,weary of Um Or wt.Ie1111DYJ them and keep she" Haak Thompson's Theory. expression of weariness on hia face. The Boca Ratone,' ;,
Thai couMeat Ike steps of the sua; Our pit:>>r tot the living men.' 'Tea indeed She's very consider One day, in the old days at Cheyenne one spoken to was a youth of about 3), OD bit Coad R.Broad end Canal. 120( j
( the Beyond the waste of when it was still the terminus of the ArnxoodlMd If' fur Piurapplm .ri ;
LMCiac or sweet golden clime weary sea ate. with shade of a mustache. The object Pratt 'tteet or \egetablve. I'mcnt a-. 0.'I :
whets tM traveler*Journey Is done.I Beyond the wider waste of death. i Pacific road there arrived all by .
1 strain Melton now understood the situation. great referred to was a bag about three feet 1-anUna. Addrew. < i;
and to
I If ion bite bee; plant sunflowers. If Whose my still pal heart never cry angvereth thee. This'girl did not know that she was in himself a young man about 20 years high, which teemed to be filled with SlIsS LAUUA MUTTON, e.

i ban bear and want an increase in an asylum. They had told her that she old. who had such a lisp and looked so some heavy material 3.18-97 Jacksonville, Fla ;,
Oh, brother, la coral bed _
thy that the crowd looked him ;
was a visitor. girlish rough boy replied the 1
"Certainly my
t ego buket plant sunflower If Bo sweet thou wilt not hear J1111111eCb'
want article from which finer This hand, methlaks, if I were dead "It'unice place to come for visit." over in astonishment. It waa Hank youth, "I'll help yon on with.it" 1 I
aa ;
i a To thy dear hand would strive to reach.I laid he. ,"I came out here with a friendof Thompson who finally walked up to the True to his word be grabbed the bag GEO.S.HACKER&SON

a'l 1 than that of olive can be obtained, would not If God gave ns choice mice a gentleman named Lowry. I young man on a street corner and gruff around the center and proceeded to lift :

t[ sunflowers. If yon want to be re- For each to bear the other's part live in Chicago. ly demanded: it on to the boy's shoulder. Suddenly
laded of the spot where your days had That mine should be the silent Yo1e .' "Oh yea Well I'm sure you'll like "Say, baby are you lookia for your unearthly yells and shrieks came from

r beginning, plant sunflower, for if _And thine the silent aching heart.. It out here." nnrsin bottler' within, and the object whatever it was, ,

place WM in the United States Ah well for any voyage done "I'm sorry I can't stay longer. I'm "':rhirs do yon addreth me?" asked began to kick with such force that the

i yellow sunflower and the blue mornDf Better Vhate'er its end or port or reef. going back to town tonight on the late the young man aa he straightened up. youth dropped the bag and proceeded to ->,1
voyage ne'er began. train. "Yoa bet Whar's yer ma and how bold hia hands to his stomach aa if In
glory were part of the 'mise en For ail ships sail the sea of griefJames i
If Jeffrey Boche in Angelus Magazine. "Going away tonight did you happen to get lost?" great painThe !
tne. you want *pleasing reminder "Yes, I have to go to Milwaukee in "My ma ith home, thir, and I am not boy and several bystanders were ,
F the tweet golden clime to which wen the losth. You are rude thir.
morning. very shaking with laughter. A moment later a,
ill traveling on through tickets, A LUNATIC BALL. "Why do yon have to go there -"Yon are very rude, thir," mocked the top of the bag opened, and a lad of

at the sunflower. "I'm going up to see about a deal in the terror aa he beckoned to the boys to 8 scampered away* fast aa bo could m-b& -

The sunflower .it a Dative of America lumber., I may buy some hard wood lumber close in and see the fun.
d I has been cultivated in Russia fifty As this story traveled in a rounda up there." "It theems to me, thir," said the run."Fooled! yelled all the boys at the

In, principally for the oil contained bout way it may have been elaboratedand "How much?" she asked. young man aa be looked the other over youth as they scampered after the MANUFACTURER U' :
built up before it came to hand, "Well she's "that don't like lookths.
inquisitive enough
yon my youngster.That
| Its seeds. After the removal of the
n but the facts, as nearly as they can be thought he' but he was tolerant and answered "No I donth. ia what they call the "bag Doors, .

ell the seeds contain 34 per cent of learned are about as follows: "Oh. perhaps 1,000,000 feet" "And that you want to pick a nth game." It Is something new, and it Sash I

This U I clear- light-yellow, nearly Mr. Melton a. young man interestedin "Oh, 1,000,000 feetl! Won't that be with me?" originated on the east side but who invented ,

less, and 0'a peculiar, pleasant. the lumber trade, traveled on a sub- nice I hope you'll get it" "A fuss with baby. Ha, ha ha!" it no one knows. The idea simply Blinds

bid tute It is said to be Superior tolive urban train one Friday night to attend Melton was rather amused at her interest roared Hank. is to get a ferocious youngster to enter Mouldings !

and almond oil for table purposes, the weekly dance at the asylum for the in his affairs. He began to question "Thir, I can take care of mythelf. the bag and then have some unsuspicious -AHDBuilding -

ind .is used in making soap and candles. iraane. her. "Don't want any ma to rock yon to person lift it The yells and
: Mr. Melton Is constantly longing for "Will remain lore long?" he sleep, eh'" Material. i
In Russia the larger seeds are sold in you shrieks and kicks will not fail to upset
"experiences. He would rather lookat asked. "No thir, and I want you to go hia mental and perhaps physical equilib-
immense an opium joint than a donation party "No I'm going to leave in a few days away before I hurt yon. When I'm rium, and the youngsters will have a CHARLESTON. l.
whom they serve u a substitute I and would rather go slumming than and go to New York. I have an uncle riled, I thoot" great laugh aa a result-New York LARGEST FACTORY SOITH.for ,.
for peanuts. The stalks are used for fertilizer I attend a Sunday school picnic. The ball there, and I expect to take a trip with "Hear him-he thoots! shouted the Herald. .
and the leaves are dried and mixed at the insane asylum appealed"'to his him on a yacht" terror aa he laughed all over. "Say .. yen l PrWaSTEAMER. :

with meal as food for cows. Excellent love for the picturesque. Lowry the I Melton repressed a smile at the reference boys what is this thing anyway?" An Eaa-Ilah Boad. j
fibre is produced from the stalk and politician had promised to take him )) to the "uncle" and the "yacht"He "Wath you referring to me?" asked Take the road that leads from Strat- --- .1

it .U generally to be found in Chinese out,' and Melton had not allowed him resolved to investigate further. He the young man. ford to Coventry, and yon will have i
to forget the promise. had heard that patients were always "Of course I was. Whose trunk or taken the loveliest road in all England. .
ilk. Lowry came aboard the train atone willing to talk of their delusions carpetbag did you escape from?" So say the travelers and here ia a story :
The common lamp oil of India is obtained of the stations on the way out and the "1 notice that you are wearing: an "Thir, I thee thath you want me to that looks aa if there might be a grainof EclipsE0"

from a sunflower, native of Abyssina two were warmly welcomed when they engagement ring," said he. "So yon thoot you, and therefore I will thoot truth in the statement An American

which is largely cultivated there.It arrived at the asylum, for this !Awry are to be married, are yon?" unless you go away." woman who crossed the Atlantic .

Is. called niger oiL was a companionable man of consider For a moment she appeared startled "He will thoot! Ha, ha, ha! Somebody announced her intention of driving UcLAIH & rOWLER Owners.

From the fact that it II staple growth able influence.As and then she laughed heartily. git some sugar and a rag. Mebbe rather than "railroading" through I
in countries u geographically opposed Melton stood in the doorway of "I'm engaged to ono of the nicest fellows he's hungry." Great Britain. "Well." observed a

as Rassia and India it be the ballroom and glanced at the rows in the world," said she. "You'renot "I don't like to thoot but I thee I neighboring English woman "you won't .
may safely assamed -
of well behaved and rather abashed people jealous are yon?" month" said the young man and before find a lovelier drive throughout theland's FOR CHARTER.-
that climate has little to do with
against the wall he could hardly This was more than Melton had bargained anybody realized what he was at he had length and breadth than that
its successful culture Some induce believe that he was so different from for. Be had been impelled by pulled cut a little popper of a pop and from --," "Yes she will too" in.

ments should be offered to encourage the others. He reflected that if he were the curiosity of the student, but he was sent six: buckshot bullets into Hank terrupted another Englishman "Of Fastest, Roomiest Cleanest I
people to raise a plant that will furnish to arise some morning and tell;the other not enough of a ghoul to bare fun with Thompson's anatomy. The big fellow course I don't know the road you're and Best .

[ oil. If l: were only forftable use it would boarders that he was the emperor of the delusions of an unfortunate girL staggered about and fell down, and everybody thinking of, but whatever it ia it can't

be great desideratum. The cocoanut i China and had more money than he He had detected the maniacal tone in ,thought he was done for until compare with the ono I have in mind." STEAM YACHTIn

crop U too precarious, and too difficult I could use he might become one of this her laugh. a doctor looked him over and said no i The argument upon the subject at length these Waters.

to deal with mechanically to ever be company. "Oh no," said he hastily. "I congratulate vital spot had been touched. Hank lay I waxed so warm between the two that
Except that many of them were pale ;you." with his eyes closed for a long, long the American suggested that each write iSTAddress, for terms of Charter:
made of much in estab.lisbsseati.
use, except large and melancholy and a few of them were She laughed again. time, but he finally opened them and his "drive" upon a slip of paper, the

There I b one feature of the heavy eyed intent on studying the floor "U I remain here I'll have her violent faintly asked: slips to be handed to her and not opened J. M McUUH

cueing factory and oil mill of which the assemblage would have compared ,"thought he. So he excused himself "Boys, have I bin shot or what?" until she had set foot on British soiL

ao one hag spoken, but it is an item of favorably with any chance gathering of and hurried over to rejoin Lowry.As "Y esyou'Ye bin shot,answered one. This was agreed upon. And when the West Palm Beach Fla.

large significance. The fertilizers fur. respectable, everyday people.He they rode to the city on the late "Who did it?" American woman opened the slips she 13-17-06

Ubed by the waste of these establish- knew of course, that the violent train Melton told Lowry that the most "The young feller that looks like a read upon the first "From Stratford to
patients or those totally demented were he had met girl and lisps. Coventry," and the seand.
Strata would, in dollars and cents be interesting patient was a upon .
not allowed at the ball. The company girl who thought she was only a visitorat "Great Scott yon don't tell me!I" "From Coventry to Str.tford.New -ADAMS'-
simply inraknable. This land is hungry

was made up of convalescents or those the asylum, and who expected to go "Yea, he driv six bullets right inter York Sun.
and agape for the refuse they would whose vision was merely twisted so that to New York and ride on a yacht, and yew carcass, Hank, and yon won't canter

cast aside. they could not see things in their proper who saddest of all wore an engage about for a month to come." Heirs Tat the Heirless City JWafket.If .

The most successful raiser of celery relation. Some of the younger men had ment ring and really believed she was "And it was that feller?" This curious advertisement addressedto

!. Llnton told me Palmetto ashes and attired themselves with particular care soon to be married to some nice young "Yes... : lonely old ladies or gentlemen with a

frrtnixer mixed made the difference between and wore buttonhole bouquets. Many of man who existed only in her disordered "Waal, darn my hide. I've alias an assured income appears in a London yon eat MEAT.....

success and failure. His neigb- the women, too, bore the outward signsof brain. heard that nnthin on the face of this newspaper: you want good meat, and thatis

bit said he should send to Michigan fcr gayety. Melton was rath?r disap- No longer ago than last week Melton airth could lisp and shoot, too but the A couple, of highest social positionand the kind always on hand-
pointed. He had wanted to witness old family, wishing to educate
was at luncheon in a quiet restaurantHe fellers that told me hadn't never ma
half a car load. Think of it! If some something "uncanny." their children well and having a large Native and Western
looked up from the bill of fare and up ag'in a baby. -Chicago News.
form of industry was giving work to lie: "I want you to dance this evening," saw at the next table-the asylum girL comfortable country house one hour anda Fresh and Smoked,

naemployed, inspiring trade,creating an aid Superintendent Lucas, standing at She was radiantly attired and was HI MbUke. half from town; are anxious to meet

atmosphere of effort, energy and pro- his elbow. "One trouble with the visitor chatting gayly with an elderly woman. Clergymen are frequently good storytellers with a lonely old lady or gentlemanwith Salt and Pickled

gym, it would while serving its endi.be is that they stand around and stareat "By George she's cured" said Mel. but as a rule, a proper dignity a good income, who in return for and none but the best.A .

enriching and nuking tillable hundredsof the patients as if they were a lot of ton to himself. "I wonder if she remembers prevents them from wanting to appear every care and pleasant society, would Clean Market aid Polite Attention.
acres freaks. Now, these people are not dangerous anything that happened. If ia that light publicly. The following make a home with them and contribute Mail orders Promptly Filled.
You needn't believe everythingthey she does remember, it will be mighty was narrated to a reporter by a popular toward expenses, and possibly make
We have wandered a long way from tell you, but if jon mix up with embarrassing if she happens recognizeme. divine: them or their children their heirs. No The Old Stand-On Clematis Ave.

oor hens and bees, and it is time we them and are friendly you'll find them ." "In the days of my early ministry" one with leas than 1,600 year need West Palm Beach.

wen looking after them.A very easy to get along with. Come on, Then he asked himself whether it he said, "I thought it necessary to im reply. Highest references would be

newspaper writer speaking of some and I'll introduce you to 'some of would be proper to speak to her in case press thoughts of salvation by everything given and required and a month's trial 4-8tf GEO. S. ADAMS M'grv

paradoxical statements said might them. she recognized him. He knew the society I uttered, and I am afraid I was allowed. Carriages and horses kept
yon The little orchestra waa tuning up, rule as to ballroom introductions sometimes not altogether discreet Best society in moderation and most
well bee
as expect a to extract honey and a patient who had teen installed but he had never learned what was "My first work was in a western comfortable and happy home guaran

from a sunflower as if that were the utmost as floor manager was giving a correct good form in the case of asylum intro mining camp, and I had to remain over teed. Seasons in London or winters a

rut of the Impossible. But how imitation of a sane man who had been ductions. If he spoke to her, he would night at a rough hotel to wait for a abroad if desired. Personal interview

United his acquaintance must have been thrown under the same trying responsi have to refer to their former meeting. stage to convey me to my destination.At desired. No objection to invalid or to

with both. bility. That would be painful to both of them. the table savage looking man said any creed.

Last summer we saw so many bees Melton had attended many evening Suddenlythe pretty girl looked toward gruffly: Tartar Medleln.
abont a svnflower that our curiosity was parties, but he felt a new embarrass- him and gave a startled "Ohl"! 'What might be yer line, young fel "
Formerly musk was used as a medicine

ment he line of demure ler?
as passed along a and then blushed furiously. He
aroused and inspected the situation, was
we in various parts of the world but -
women patients and bowed to each 'Saving souls I said solemnly.
recognized. He simply stared at the bill
we saw the pale amber juice standingoat doctors in civilized lands do not bold /
of them in turn. He shook hands with of fare to hide his confusion.The 'Ugh! was the only response. .
on liD large drops and on smelling several of the men and then backed up voice of Superintendent Lucas "After supper a coarsely dressed man musk: in high repute. In China it is .
it we found that it had a faint, delicious to the wall to watch the opening. The aroused him. approached me and said: still thought tp be a very good medicine,
melt of bees worked beside him 'Pardner. la 'a make kind o' but the Chinese have queer notions
rose. The on superintendent, standing "This is Mr. Melton, isn't it? Com some -
them continuously with good results in said: over here. I want to tell you a story." dicker. We're in they same line, an about cures and charms Abbe Bus, a :
"Oh the must meet thar ain't fer both. There's distinguished traveler, says that when a .Give
/oney. by way you "No, no," exclaimed the young wom- room a ...
Tartar doctor finds himself without his
Miss CaldwelL"He furder the crick whar
camp up yo'coulddo
I can only give they say' on tie an. .
beckoned to woman who well' drugs and medicines he is not in the least
a young But Mr. Lucas who had into
chicken part of my subject as I am no come embarrassed. He writes the names of the
was talking to the leader of the orches- the restaurant to keep his appointmentwith 'I think you are mistaken, my
adept at poultry.I tra, and as she came across the room the women, seized Melton by the friend' I said. 'I am a minister of thegospeL' needed drugs on slips of paper, and
have been told reliable these, being rolled np in little balls, ate
by a person Melton whistled to himself and said:
and led him to the other ta
arm over
the exact amount of eggs obtained by "Here's a case of blighted love, and 'Scuse me, parson I thought yo' swallowed by'the sick man. "To swallow The t
until this she's not over 20." ble."Mary cobbler "Washington Star. the name of a remedy or the remedy
their we from last November ," said he to the elderly woman was a "
itself, the Tartars, "comes to :
spring. The number was great but as "Mies! Caldwell, I want to presentMr. "thia is Mr. Melton who came out :
Just a> Woman's Way. precisely the same thicg. Noah
! had of of Melton, said the superintendent."He's with Lowry that night Melton, I'm
we no thought making use any I
Brooks in St Nicholas
Two women stood on the aide
rather bashful in but wrong
company going to tell this. You've met MissCaldwell"
such data we destroyed the letter. you
I of that intersects
street Broadway
perhaps you, can entertain him. Now a cross
I In addition to the egg producing qualities I'll go and look after Lowry." The girl's face was one fiery blush. and signaled the cable cars, only to An African Salt Works. ,,
t it the of the shoot in the Earembwe'a is of the salt making Sun.
improves appearance Melton found himself staring at avery and she seemed ready to see them by most aggra- one .
fowl their feathers smooth cry. i vating villages a sandy clay ia dug out of
by making pretty girl, who returned his gaze "Well, sir," said the superintendentwithout way. ; ...
; ani glossy, or in other words, it so intensifies in a half frightened manner. pity "she met me that even "Well, of all the impudence!I" the marshes and placed in grass fun

health and vigor that it is manifest His head buzzed, and he never before ing you were out there and told me that "Did you ever!" nels. Water poured on this dissolves the
in all directions.It was so much in want of a topic. How the most interesting patient she had "Whyit's worse than we read about" salt The solution trickles through the. I
was he to begin a conversation with a Here one cf the gripmen shouted green filter into a trough, after whichit
b barely possible that cows fed met was that Mr. Melton. She said yon A Chance to do Your
waved his hand ia boiled strained
woman who might fancy him to something and back and and a fine,
young seemed to be all right until startedto
its leaves live and thrive in you
upon might be the prince who had come to rescue talk about lumber." ward. large crystal salt is obtained. It is a

more excellent fashion than is the style. her from the tower? "I'll never speak to again," said "What did he say?" great trade in this part of the world. I
with bovine under conditions. you about the All villages make salt which is upI
present "Do you dance? he asked in a sudden Miss Caldwell decisively. "Something wrong corner.- put
E.H.S.P. desperation.She "We)). I've got his number, and I'll in loads about five inches in diameterby
"And the
by continued Mr.
article a start and he imaginedthat way report him for not stopping." four feet long. All these people the
S. I closed my yesterday, gave Lucas, "she says yon asked her if she
April; 30 and today Incredable as it may she shrank back a little. was engaged." Here a policeman came up and took Waitawa, are very polite Most of them ..e
"I'd rather not," said she timidly. them to the lower side of the street, hail you with, "Mornin;" they do not Job.1.
I must Mel.
seem, see a letter informing me again "Really apologize,
where the first car stopped for seem able to manage the "good.-
"Well then, let's sit over herein very
ton light in him.
a great breaking
that from a small number of hens (number upon them. "GIav4 In the Heart Africa" in Cen
the comer and watch the others"They
"I wouldn't have talked that only I
not stated as no thought of the item way both said
found an out of the way place, thought-well, didn't saylliupposed they : tury.
being used could hue occurred to the and Melton, who had recovered a little, she one""What you "Well, the idea!" Kansas City
was -
Her Fore of Habit
lender) 625 eggs had ben obtained remembered the instructions given him !I" exclaimed the girL Times think the
Distinguished Foreigner-I
since last I also received a the superintendent"These :
November. by Mr. Lucas roared and Melton
poor From Her Point View. voices of English girls very sweet but
paper containing the following item dances" are very pleasant little collapsed. Then there was a general un Both were very young. They stood they would be still more musical if conversation I
which to is proof that I have affairs, said he. "They seem to derstanding. They insisted that he take
me positive gazing into a store window, admiringthe were carried on in a lower tone.
done well in writing this article. be attended" by an agreeable lot of peo luncheon with them and he did so, deroting pretty frocks that children so love, London Belle-We make a good deal \\Alork

"Or. Wiley; the chemist of the Agricultural ple."I think it's a good, idea to have the entire time to a labored explanation. and turning to look at the ragged figure af noise but you must remember our
: .-Chicago Record. beside her said is concert
department says in his opinionthe them.'' said she. Yon know most of Marjorie compassionately favorite amusement going,
coming salad oil will be sunflower these people, of bourse?" His "Little girl poor little girl are and one gets in the habit of loud talking
Angel SpotPrison
those bestus clothesr'"No. make one's voice heard
Seed oil. ,It Is a perfect substitute for "I've met a number of them" he re- your trying to
Chaplain-Ab have
yon a pet ," the other responded with a above the music yon know.-London
olive oil" filled. heel! solemn shake of her head "my bestus Tit-Bits.
And We Will
"You like Mr. Lucas don't you? ____
Convict-Yes, this rat I feeds him clothes is wored out."_Boston Herald. -
"Very well indeed; nice fellow. every day. I think more o' that 'ere rat How Plants.

J. W. ERICKSON "He didn't tell you did he that I than any other livin creature. The Aen of Knowledge.Muggins Many a little woman nearly cries her '

O VBALSB IX 0 was a cousin of his?" Prison Chaplain-Ah, in every man -Is Bjones well informed eyes out because her house plants die Please You... ;- .

SEWING MACHINES. Mr. Melton began to suspect the nature there's something of the angel left if Buggins Yes, indeed. Why, he actually inch by inch when she "takea such good .
of her delusion. He resolved to be find it! How to much the The fact of
one can only came you knows as as average care of them. the matter
Krpairi Me sad Uaraateed Machines diplomatic. take such a fancy to that rat? young man who has just been graduated is, house plants in gaslighted rooms
toast\ or hull oa 1.Ma1ImcutLIsetdIc.a.d.tttachme.ts Always oa Hand.avnth .I I I "Ob,yes/'I knew that" he said. "So Convict-He bit th' warder.-Strand from college thinks he knows.-Philadelphia simply die a death of torture Yon will -
start bide of t Icmatu Avenue frutt you're a cousin_of Mr. Lucas?" Magazine.
Record. have to give or the plants.
Door Nest d Bailrosd Way. k{***. up gas

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JIa&tnt sad cmhe.. ff
KAY, ASK $0 VOW. fed one of> my subjects. You must makeme THE 'SAEATOGA HOP. AmaUm* studied far himself
*- ----- Gibbon carefully &
...r, ask ao TOW. dear heart Too lightly slips an iron railing round this grave, < onestiona at issue in the .Americanwar. Baker Holmes
Sle word"torem"from our careless lip*. end in reward I will give you your the Handuii. the agentof
W.pfrdga eternity who in one day. bride. \
Forgotten glcnoyl. mingle clay with day. "If you have nothing more to ask, I GAY FUNCTION., Massachusetts Bay and from Gorern-for -< WHOLESALE DSAUB9 II y---
How do yon know jour eyes will always shine or Hutchinson be gathered material
Vita that glad welcome wbea they meet with am content' replied the young man. judgment "I -.
intact "This is all but it is a harder task It WM Pleasant Eaoajh For the Young forming" an independent"I have jacked them Seed Meal and Fer "
Bow dare I 11I1'Oil heart for aye win nrcU than rOIl imagine: Yon have but one Withered think be rays, Cotton
Cancer, bet the Chaperon confidence was
To BBIWU yoora knowing it*frailty well! yery dry, .and if my
hour to wcrk. At 12 you must begin
Today tea plighted troth and clMping handj Away Among Moldertof Mother*-Emotions : eloquence and my eloquence
Tomorrow battered fatty and broken bands. and the railing must be completed by equal to my I Hay Corn, Otis, Flour, Feed, Grill ud Sal :
perhaps ,
the Not
and Young.Ma knowledge
of the
Ob. pStifsl for mortal Epa to swear! the time the clock strikes 1. If it is to my

More fitting thi -unceasing fervent prayer done. you are free; if not you belongto W. IX Howells' novelette "An might make no very intolerable speak
That our tore' flower, soaping frost and er.It It is curious to note in his letters Materials
forever. in The Cen-
me Open Eyed Conspiracy. Building
the subject"In
of parliament on ,
May bloom immortal as we hope toaight. ''I Willibald pledged himself to the unhallowed tury, contains the following descriptionof the apathy America" be
-:Catharine Young Glen ia Century. contract and followed the that important social function a this season and on
"the Archangel lime Brick (Cement and Flasteriif:]
fiend, who hobbled on till he stood by a Saratoga: hop: --write in May. ,
be heard. HM own
THE APPRENTICE.Three new made grave. She and the evening were equally.fit-, Gabriel would not adverse
At the same instant Willi bald saw ted for the event to which they seemed opinion was on several points, Tonsil on Fliese"Guaranteed .

fire spring from the ground and caughta equally dedicated. The dancing was to to the policy of occasion the government he stead to Protect Horses and Cattle against Flijj?:

hundred years ago there lived glimpse of several bars of iron and the be cut of doors on a vast planking, or which except on one of those indolent -

at Augsburg a lad named Willibald ap- tools of his trade. The clock struck 12, platform, set up in the heart of that ily supported.who He attach was one themselves to 3.18.97 Office Main and Bar St*., Jacksonrille, =
prentice to a smith'whose indnstrobtamed and, starting, he. betook himself to bosky court which the hotel incloses. men -
to political
him the regard of his master work. So diligently did he apply him- Around this! platform drooped the slim poJitica11eadera t.A ....h. I
Lord North w -.- "
self that the work grew rapidly ender tall Saratogas trees and over it hung principlesFor.
while his nature caused him to be voted
good i his hand, A single screw only was the Saratogan sky of a nocturnal blue warm affection and throughout
a favorite with all who knew him. His the eoek"ubeud strik- with him. sometimes against his better ESTABLISHED 1875-
wmtingwhen very rare in our latitude with the stars
master so highly estimated his skill ing 1, and Willibald fell to the ground faint in its depth, and by and by a judgmentHis '
that when the boy grew into a man ha insensible, white moon that permitted itself a speech would probably have been William A. Bours & Co.

offered to man him his partner and When his senses returned, it was modest competition with the electric alter, his silence was certainly golden.In ,

hinted that he was not displeased at morning the sun was shining brightly lights effulgent everywhere There wasa 1778 he was appointed a commissioner -

{ the young man's, friendship with! his and thought all that had passed a great crowd of people in the portico, cf trade and plantations Fox believed, with a that salary : Grain Garden Seeds and Fell\

daughter. wild dream. the vestibule and the inner piazzas andon cf 750 a year.
Willibald though favored by the full of shame and repentance, Willi- the lawn around the platform,where be bad been bribed by office and ex- ,

young lady was quite free from any bald hastened to the church to pray for "the trodden weed" sent up the sweet pressed the belief in the lines: 6 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Florida.We .

feeling of love for her and the reason the pardon of his dreadful sin. His cent of braised grass in the cool nightair. King George in a fright
of his coldness was apparentIn heart was lighter after the but Lest Gibbon should write
prayer : foolish old heart bounded witha
of England's disgrace, Most Reliable Seeds. A Complete Stock ol
The story Handle Only the Bert and
the Email house opposite lived he could not go home to work that day pulse of youth at the thought of all Thought no way so son

Dama Martha, a respectable widow and sadly he walked tov and Dame Mar the gay and tender possibilities of such His pen to secure Corn Oats Floor Bran What huts
with a granddaughter: of uncommon tha's cottage. a scene. As to gift the historian place. _

loveliness. Young Ellen had Ellen came to meet him, aa tefcre, But the people under my care Gibbon held the appointment till the -
young Heal! Boil
quite captivated Willibald, and when! and shed tears aa she threw her arms seemed in ro haste to mingle in it We 'abolition of the office in 182.-Nine- , Cotton Seed ) BrlgM ni]

he saw her through the window or the around his neck. oldsters are always! fancying youth>impatient teenth Century.A AT WHOLESAI ,:
open door he thought there could be no "This time"she said "they are tears of life
but there is no time state For -Alien Fertilizer OiJ
happiness eo great as that cf calling her of joy. When you left so suddenly yesterday which! has so ranch patience It behavesas City of Bridge Agents Tygert

his own. But the old woman seldom I came into the garden, whereI if it had eternity before it-an eternity Few people realize that 'Chicago to- Star Brand .Fertiliun-Goannteed Analysis, Oral,* Trw tad Tegetabie Tnt '
Puta, slut .
Sud, MnrUte Poiub. MlpfaaM
angered her to Etir from her sight; so might weep undisturbed. I sat there of youth-instead of a lew days day possesses more bridges in number Ground These Bone Fertilizer, Nitrite bare no"superior in the Market,Ad Irul viil tsreww'Send

that there was EO opportunity for the long after dusk when, afl leaned my and years and then the treaty pow. We than any other, city in America. Collectively for Catalogue, free.*_ _ '

young man to declare the passion with head on the table yonder a female fig who are young no longer think we they constitute a greater total

which the fair girl had inspired: him. ure approached raft. She resembled my would! do so and so if we! were! young, length in miles than any other system.

For a long while Willibald sought dead mother and said: 'Weep not, my as women think they would! do H and The extent of a single span of one of

some pretenw to visit their dwelling, child, but pray-pray for your lover. so if they were men, but if we were! the swing bridges is greater than that "

but fortune at length favored him. One Ha is in very great danger- She vanished really young again we! should not do at of any other bridge. Modern bridge construction T. V.CASHEN
day when! the snow made the ground before I could thank her, but I remembered all what we think., is embodied in and illustrated

eo slippery as to be dangerous to an infirm her words and prayed for you We should not hurry to experience : with a' greater variety of perfected ,

person, he saw D.une'Martha: coming all night long. our emotions; we should not press forward mechanical devices in Chicago than is II

out of the church alone. He hastened The young man shuddered, but raised to discharge our duties or repairour the case in any other city in the world. i.- -Manufacturer of and Deau"

to offer the assistance of his arm and hit eyes upward in thankfulness. mistakes; we should note z8 the Standing out like monuments erectedto

conducted her home. She invited him "Early this morning," continued the occasion to make a friend or reconcilean engineering skill- ,to a people's enterprise .
to enter for she thought that only avery damsel, "came Herr Werner. I went and to mechanical perfection, .
.enemy; we .should let weeks! and .. ., Tn'" n n, 11'10 n I' IT un'
worthy young man would be so at oat to meet film and tnM him I would these LwI gag presten*- a grew ter van e.V
-- months go by in the realization of: a
tentive to an aged dame die rather than become his wife. He passion and trust all sorts of contingencies of admirable features and are evidences LLLUW nilJj LU1U

t I Who was now happier than Willibald? was much vexed, but without another and accidents to help us out with of better workmanship! than can be _,_

i i From this day he was one of Dame word! mounted his horse and rode away! its confession. The thoughts of youthare found in the best of all the cities in

I Martha's most frequent visitors and was followed by his servant My grandma very long, and its conclusions are either the old or the new world.!

always! received with a welcome. In was angry, but my conscience told me deliberate and delayed and often with- Chicago has 63 bridges spanning the .Hod TIm eii.

process of time he made bold to lay I did right and now that you return to held altogether. It is age which is tremulously river and its branches at every point .

open hiS'' heart to the old woman and me in safety, Willibald, I am sure thatI eager in these matters and cannot where commerce and traffic demand a

Mk permission to make love to her have the blessing cf heaven. wait with the fine of passageway. There are 88 systems of
patience na- IbtldIJgs.Tined Work Ftssj Scroll W8rkPiekts! Ltfi, Grim nl!tm\\'
fraoddtaghter. "My dear young And the young smith felt tie same ture in her growing moods. viaducts, which bespeak as many safeguards -

friend was her reply "I have the assurance when a few days later, his As soon even as Iras! in the hotel 1 for the people against the dan-

highest esteem for yon and could wish box of treasure was restored to him by was! impatient to press through to the gers of railroad transportation. Jacksonville, Florida. 1 _

Ellen no better husband. I believe she his master's daughter, who, in a fit a f place where the dancing was and Represented among these 68 bridges .

loves yon too. but you have not yet jealousy, bad stolen it from him. Dame where! I already heard the band play- is to be found every description of awing

sufficient' for the support of, a wife Martha cocld no longer withhold her ing. I knew very well! that when we or drawbridge which the world possesses -

Save from your wages a decent sum, consent, but before Willibald dared to got there I should have to sit down today that is of practical value. They

lay 30 goldpieeea, for a beginning, then claim Ellen as his bride he confesSed somewhere on the edge of the platformwith constitute within a radius of a few
The Southern Fuel and
come and receive your bride with my his great sin to the priest and submitted I the other frumps and fogies and miles a congeries of mechanical devices Supply CoVrWholesaIs

blessing." to the penance enjoined upon him and begin taking cold in my dress coat andtant which! captivate the spectator! with their

r Wlliibald was almost beside himself this, of coarse, saved him. 1 to doze off without being able to, perfection and diversity of arrange- And BcUll Dealers la-c
trlth IQ. Ha had BOW aa ohject for labor Tie lovers were married and lived,' while my young people were waltzing ments. -Chicago Inter Ocean.A .

and frugality, and he redoubled his i happily, remembering their past troubles ,
else and
together or promenading
Industry, laying by carefully all heI I only as a warning against discontent down, ignoring me or recognizing me by Doff Mates Sunday Vtattfc Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime. Oe: '

made. and an act of submission Providence. '' the offer of a fan and the question A bright terrier dog owned at the

About this time Dame Martha became .-Exchange. whether! ,I was not simply melting. I American House Pittsfield Mass., isknown ent Shingles and Laths.
indisposed with a bad cough and her have seen how the poor chaperon faresat at the Maplewood as Billy. The ,

physician preprribed change of air; so The "Sistina Madonna. such times. But they secure of their dog every Sunday morning goes to the

she took a little cottage in the suburbs Are all visitors to the Engadineaware fun were! by no means desirous to haveit Maplewood and stays in the cashier's Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brie

about an hour's walk from the city. we wonder! that the proprietorof over"or even to hare it begin. They office but never goes away from the

# One day, aa Willibald approached the one of the hotels at St Moritz-Mr. dawdled through: fhe thronged hotel American on other days unless taken to

house Ellen came to meet him, weep- Caspar Badrutt-is the happy possessorof office where! other irresponsible pairs Maplewood. Sundays, as regularly as

ing. She sobbed bitterly as he drew an admirable replica or early copy of were! coming and going under the ad- that day comes in the season the ani-

near and exclaimed "Ah. Willibald Raphael's most famous picture the miring eyes of the hotel loungers,: and mal takes up his early march for the Office 408 West Bay Street. ;:

what a misfortune. "Sistine Madonna We have said "a they wandered up and down the waste other house remains all day and re

You know it then?*' cried he with replica or early copy" but Mr. Badrutt parlors and sat on tete-a-tetes just to turns. This he has done for the past few 1.28-97 -- Jacksonville FI01'1, _

faltering voice. himself boldly claim hia as the orig.. try them apparently, and Miss Gage seasons, and so regularly that the guests

s "What-know-what?" asked Ellen inal work and the Dresden picture as verified in the mirrors the beauty which at the Maplewood have become familiar

I ,I quickly and eagerly. the copy. A handsome folio, setting was reflected in all eyes. They amused with him and his peculiarities Now

i "That I have been robbed of my box forth his case and giving photogravures themselves with.the extent of the richly they are asking how the dog knows the

of money" answered the youth in atone of the two pictures, has recently been carpeted and upholstered desolation difference between Sunday and other.

of anguish. published at Zurich. A complete history around them, where only a few lonely days as his visits are made before the o. W WEYBRECUTI
"Alas," replied Ellen, "then misfortunes with many curious details of the and alinllwomen lurked about on sofas church bells begin to ring.BostonHerald.

I never come singly. Yesterday a St Moritz picture is also given.It and ottomans, and they fell to playing --- -- J

j' I rich gentleman came to our cottage and was originally in the possession of with their compassion for the plebeian Dealer In Hardware,

demanded my hand in marriage. His Alfonso duke of Ferraraand was spectators at the long veranda windows Volte and Somber
is Werner. He is rich merchant A Yankee, eating his first mealof Plumber Steam and
name a bought by Mr. Badrutt's father from a trying to penetrate with their forbidden upon Gas Fitter, Mixed Paints.
from Ulm. Even he is sitting in frogs'legs asked the hotel
now house in Reggio,in the Emilia. In 1887 eyes to the hop going on in the court proprietorhow
the room yonder:with my grandma, he sent it to Herr Sesar in Augsburg, far teyond the intermediary desert of he accounted for the high price. Tin Copper and Shut \\m
I drinking wine and telling her of his to be restored and it is now for the the parlors He was told it was on account of the I ',_

houses and lands while his servant most part in good condition. Mr. Ba When they signified at last that c they scarcity of the product "Not at all," II I i

who stands by the chimney, confirms drutt bases his claim for this as the were! ready for me to lead them on to Paid the Yankee. "I can get yon Dealer in Pomps. Pipe Fittings and General tlaataf SappUe.T4 Win,*peWaie

:, everything be says. But be comforted, original on certain doubts and difficulties the dance, I would eo much rather havegone l.OOO.OOO."A million?" gasped the and House Furnishings of Every kind *
dear Willibald.! My grandma boniface. "I should like to to
may say about the Dresden picture which to bed that there are no words for engage
what she will: I will die rather than be have always exercised the art historians. find yon a profitable market if yon can
the comparison. Then when to
faithless to you." Vasari's account it is urged, is so in- the place, which! I should never have produce them. "Why, I can get them CONSTRUCTOR of IHRI8ATIOI
I Here Dame Martha came oat of the be today surely." At night the Yank
accurate in many ways that it may came
been able to reach in the world! if it had
i house and commanded Ellen to go ia wrong in all How were the obscure back with eight pairs and declared the Estimates
not been for the and in- for Work and Material.
) directly. The peer girl was forced to monks of San Sisto in a small town spiration of Kendricks, and they had trick off. "I thought yon said you knew One or both prompt

; obey, and the old woman! said to Willi like Placenza, able to secure a great put me in a certain seat with Missiage's where you could get 1.000,000 said FntsUhML 141

; bald: "Young man, I came to say to masterpiece by Raphael at the very wraps beside me where they boniface. "Well, to tell you the truth" WEST PALM BE3/VOP5-

you that I think it best that you should height of his fame? Why did Raphael could find me they went off and dancedfor explained the other, "I formed my judgment RL.7R,

t, come no mere to my cottage.. A rich paint it (alone among his works) on hours end hours. For hours and of the number by the noise."-San

I man is a suitor for my Ellen, and it is canvas-and on coarse canvas too; with hours? For ages and ages, while I withered Francisco Argonaut -

my duty to da what is I for her good." two cross seams? Mr.: Badrutt: claims amid moldering mothers and

"Very good-very good, Dame Martha that Duke Alfonso was! a more likely away the dreadful A Peculiar Feeling
aw charges through
,"cried Willibald,half choking with purchaser, and that he commissionedthe half my dreams of such a state whirling in The sensation of homesickness has U. D. HENDRICKSONj

; emotion. "I say nothing cf your conduct work as a processional banner to be the waltz,hopping in the polka,'sliding been variously described but never

If yon choose to break an honest carried in the coronation procession of in the galop and then endlessly walk more graphically than by a little girl

fellow's heart-and your ownword- also Pope Leo X. ing up and down between the dances who, miles away from home'and mamma Generall\'Ierchandise.\
-tin all the same to me." And his-the St. Moritz-picture 'is and eating and drinking the chill refreshments sat heavy eyed and silent at a hotel .
And he hastened madly of the finest and table.
away. painted on fie puce that it made my teeth chatter
Some hours must have passed unmarked strongest damask linen. All this u somewhat to think of. "Aren't you hungry dear?" asked Wholesale Oils,

in the indulgence of his grief : in the air,and unless or until further I suppose they decently,came to me her aunt, with whom! she was traveling. Gasolines, 76 and 86. Salt teris; Paiiti t Clti
for It was late when! he rose and tried documents are discovered the relative "1\0.11 ,
fro::! time to time, though they seemedto
to find his way homeward. After wandering position of the two works must be "Does your head ache?"
be always for I cculd afterward
about some time, without being decided by internal evidence and tried remember Miss Gage taking a "No. Bath Caps Shoes Dry Ms Seed Ms
able to discover the road, he found that ,
by this evidence we doubt.if the Dres- wrap from me now'and then, andquick- "What is the matter? ,
fc was in a churchyard. "There is the den"Madonna"has anything to fear.- back The child's lip quivered and she
ly coming to shed it
'house"where the people go to pray" London News. again. I got so chilled that upon if they my had lap said in a tone to grieve the heart "I'mso Semi MachinesJ gord are-. .

murmured the youth bitterly., "Have I not been unmistakably women's seasick for homa"-London Tit-Bits.
not also prayed? Have I not kept my Portrait on Pipes. wraps
I should have hundred t\"rrr all bon* Agent for f. d C
eoul from sin? Prayers will not give El- The portrait, pipe is a fad with certain I shoulders, which, IUld almost a Lost Hia Head.: pas an 1 uuamacia ta Fertilif
len back, else would I pray-aye, to the wealthy young men. One of the Winks-I tell yon there is somethingabout
hear creak with
a bad fiend himself and promise to behila' most beautiful is owned by a well rheuroati-m. I must the possession of sovereign Anti-Friction Iron Marine Railway
have fallen into a sort of drowse! at last, power
so she would be mine. known peer who was! married to an for I with that gives a man confidence. History For Boats 75 Feet in length and Cndtr.
was a dispute
Scarce had the distracted youth uttered American beauty a few years ago. He sort of which turned some shows! that all monarchs. have been calm Steamers
authority, -
out to -
these words when sound of shrill wished to have a pipe made bearing the and self poised. -
be Mrs March and her
laughter nearly startled him. and, looking likeness of his wife! and left several Jinb-I dll'tknow about that You "Lake. Worth"
the fact that there were no women's and "Gladys1On ,
round ha saw a figure which! heW photographs and a statuette of the lady will remember that Chirles I of
which would also do for Eng-
DO difficulty in recognizing by the with the carver.A wraps a man, land lost his head at a important Lake WO
when! the people stood very
well known horns and cloven foot "I month later he received the pipe young arm in period in his career.-New
before and Miss Enid York Trib- Schooner "MARY "
arm me, Gage that
am here," cried he in hoarse tones, "at and a bill fod 160. A number of piecesof une. ,B. regularly between Lake Worth and Jack's
she was tired to death and
your service and ready to do your bidding meerschaum had been tried, only to cow they Free Delirery Boat on Late worth
asking only a small service in re- prove defective and the last piece going. Frederick H of Germany was BUT. '

turn." which! measured 8 inches high, 7 broad Differentiated. named Barbarossa for the same reason 8-1-96 Lake Worth, Florida,

"What is that?" Willibald mustered and 13 deep was reduced to a pipe S "Ostriches swallow rocks to help that William of England was surnamed

courage to say though he trembled all inches high and 2>j inches at its widest grind their food. Rufus on' account of an enormous red

per part When. completed the pipe had "Yes, and poor downtrodden man beard. --''

"I .*.*pi** ./ work for TOO. I passed through the hands of 27 worker '!l i* Aria own food and gives the rockshmdlady.Detroit The first V
wflJ tB ti ywrte a".,.t whew lies bur; .-Pearson's Weekly. Free Press sewing silk was patented br Su'sQri
an American in 1846.
4 i 8 for q'h.c Sun.'

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... Th06 D M&IiD.__ Northwest quarter 01 aoutheastquarter. ]aha 8 Ciark....._ Southeast guaderof Yluthwed quarter .. ;j 43 43 4B ISIS. ;
._..- ? ?...._... .__ 30. 3S 43 40 oa "s 0 W Weybreeht&tUthcUt qU/lrterol northeast quater.__ 1I43 43 40 9S -:: :

tat ii kmby then that the following aescribed lands will be sold at public auction on Maria A. Ray__ Part weet of quarter north w beginning at 01 southeast north--' Wm Speed....__ Regan southeast SS yards quarter south ota of..thellllt northeast quarter corner tract of i'... ;

-7 9t oJ..., A. D.I.lt. at Juno, In the County of Dade, Florida,or so much thereof corner..___....___ 30 31 42 1000 161 53 Jardsaoutbb440yardawellt 33 443 5 189 -h ]
... ary to pay the amount due for taxa herein set opposite the same together with) Simon Hamburg'N Northeast quarter of northeast qUlrter._ 31 35 U 10 230 I.ewtaLClark_ Northeast quarter of northwest quarter____ u 43 43 4D JIS .
ich sale and adrertudng ThosEWilson,fru sta.sta 10 acres on west aide of northwest quarter Wm B Smith ... Sab-divlsion F.tot ..:.... 3 44 43 5 ala...
of northwest quarter....._._ _.. 32 3S 12 10. 121 Edward S Nixon.? Lots I. 3- 5 aDd 8 of subdivision of Lots 1. 2. 3- 10 44 43 80 83 IJ 09. : ..;
Helen Jt Baruee..._ Lot -...-,-....-.._ ____ 2S rrladaF8r1d"y I..ota a, 4, 6aud 7ofnil-divisloDOfLota 1, a, 3 10 44 4.1 1io3S'" 130,,
W B R Gle&iOO ... ,:. Lot to3. Jupiter Island___._."____ 38899 4t 73 1044 Samuel James, Ad. !!'i'
John Hetherington._ East hail of southwest quarter and southwest mr' W Stephan 7Estate.
0- oi tai. a m quarter of southeast quarter...;.__ 34 D 42 ao I 10 .. ____ Lots l and and west half ofnorthweatqu&rter IS 44 U 16330 46 II
IM. DESCRIPTION OF ANA \ d o E i a 8 C.S Smith_ _'_ South half northwest quarter 01 southwest Samuel W Cole_ Southeast quarter of northwest quarter. northwest -
qUlrteraudlOutbhalJol Dorthwea quarter of southeast quarter. lesssright
.. 1 01 < < a: quarter southeast quarter less right of way .... .__.____..... .. ._ 164443 8s '; 4
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+ p = 01 WI) --... ____ _'_M___' 3S 39 D 3850 32S Ole Johll8O. .. SulHiiVLolon A. Lot 1__ .........._ 27 44 43 15 .680- : ;
Angle Dorley.. Northeast quarter of southwest quarter !udmaDlOD Subdivision J. Lot 4.- ... .. J7 44. 43 5 ., .. .
South bill of South half Southeast right of war.___. 13 40'a 36 300 Sarah ,GudmaWlOD Sub-divisionLLot4andaouth half of southwest ';
quarter of Northwest quarter.?.. 12 64 40 1000 f 94 t A Dean,;...._.;.. South half of northwest quarter_......;,;... 16 40 42 Ao 370 quarter of IOUtnw quarter._ J7 44 43 30 413\ '
ndL. .. Lot ooe?plat of ArbellM. _'__' 1 38 41 1000 155' G B Flegerald..._ Lot 50 part of dtscribed iD Deed Book N. 0181 GDdmIDllOn._ 'Nprth1test quarter or southwest quarter and -
ry?.. ----- Lot lye plat of Arbella _"'MM_'_ 1 84 41 1000 17( .. Page 75?... ...._._.._____? 26 49 b 10 108 north hall of southwest quarter of southwest ,
a. .. ..... Undlrtoed tbree quartera. Lot 18. Ella G C DanIel-- Part Of northeast quarter d southeast quar. quarter ." .._ ... ...._........ J'f 44 43 60 1. 5U" "
plat Arbelia.__ __.'_'_'_ Ml 88 41. 750 ..18120J ter. described io Deed Book K Page 230: 15 19 b 12 130 Heap Creen. West half of northeast gnarter ............. .. 28 44.80 = 370 : ...
ke .. Lot 45, plat of Arh ll* ? ..,..?_ 12 38 '41 12 00 P A CunaiaghalD,.. Lot____.__.... ..__._ I 5O.a 26 >0 117 Owen LaubeckE t South half of southead guader. ... ....... ._ 33 44 43 80 5fO':.. "
HoU..M.i.. LoU6. plat ol A rbefia.___.?___ 12 88 41 1300 20! Angle M, Kucklcr__ Part or Lot 50 SectiOD I lad part lOuth. Sarah GudmaDlOJl West half nortbwest qvarter_ 34 44 43 80 590"p .
Jerome_. Undivided third west half of sonth- dSt quarter of northeast quarter, described Owen Lauback ... Southwest quarter of southwest guarter .. 34 44 43 40 J IS .
pan of lot twoM 8 88 41 8766 841 ia Deed Book N. Page 123._ I 50 4J 1003 16t Robert G Moore_ J'art of Lot 6.dtlerlbed iu Deed Bona L. Page 139 3 45 43 5 I 71 + :
st..eea UaUntquuaarthird part of of two Albert t Caillet--_ l'artof southeast quarter of northeast guar, Row K BrowD.__. South half of south hair Lot.... _____ 3 45 43 1050 178Chas -
lot 8 88 41 87 66 8 tl U,?. described ID Deed nook N. Page H'_ a 50 h 6 IS I 01PACunningham. W PieneM West half ot aoutheat quarter,southwest quar .
a Northeast quarterof sontheast quarfctsoB. ._ Part of IOIIt.heast quarter nortbeaa&quar ter uf northeast quart ..__?____ 4 4S 43 110 S 7S ;
18. . _..._ ._____ a 88 41 4000 24! ter, described iD Deed Book X. Page alia I 50 b ,110'4s i asWmABoarl. WmXBrown_ Southwest uarterofnurtbeastgaarter. ? 9 45 43 4D IOSW..ESmitb
._-. r Northeast quarter of northeast .__. North half._.... ._____ ._ 3 50 fa 3)388 ,26 Lola5.6 ? ... .... .?. ........_ 10 4S 43 61S 113 .
quarter... ?______._ 18 88 41 4000 100 Wm A Bonn_._ North half.M..M__._....__._.__ 4 50 4J 31164 9 31 Samuel CoIe._. Northeast quartor._....... .. .. .. .. .. 16 45 43 160 700 t
Williams. North went! quarter of northeast Wm A Boura_ Lots r. a. 3. 4 Iud south I all 01 northwest Iaria, B Cole __ Southwest quarter of southeast quarter and
quarter__. ___ 25 52 41 4000 1 b0 quarter__ ____ 5 50 42 222 6s 388PA southeast quarter of southwest quarbr._ 16 (5 43 80 410
..?.... Southeast quarter of northeast quarter Cunningham _t Lot 7.....__.._. u 50 b 3050 tj Samuel Cole_ North half Of southeast quarter..____ 16 45 43 .80 370 ..
of southeast quarter..... "__. 1 53 41 10 00 106 Martin B Uardaer.. Part of Let r. begiaDblJr OD ocean beach 4 Sarah GudOlaallOll North half of northeast quarter___....._ 21 4S.3 eo 370
llardini;. .. East half of southeast quarter of chains sonlh of north lL1e of section 13 A W JacklOD..__ South halt of northeast quarter.-.,,,.__._ as'5 13 80 370KODrad .
southeast quarter of lOath east tract 2 chains wide from ocean to New Hemala... Part of cut half of east half described 111
qulrterM_ _'_ -__..._...... 1 5341' '' BOO '184& River Souu4.._.___.___.._?._.._ 13 50 4J 20 167 Deed Book K.Page 399 ._...___...._ 33 45 43 l' I U
Keys.... Southeast quarter ot southwest Sue CUtrIml King l'artof north hair of north hall of fractional. Henry M111er._.__ Undivided quarter of fractional casS halr.___ 16 46'3 5613 394
quarter_?... ... ?_.___. <8< 53 41 4000 19C aa described in Deed Book 0, Page 79 i. 5O'S 20 135 Henry MiUer.. Undivided west hllll..______ 16 46 II 160 .10 5
ardtng...,. Northeast quarter of northeast l'almCitl Company- North hair and southeast quarter platted Joseph A McDonald Southeast quarter of northeast quarter..._. 17'7'3 40 150
quarter of northeast quarter.....,; 12 58 it 1000 121 u Palm City.___..._..: IS 50 45 410 L. 00 Leslie B E4wuda. west hall of southwest quarter south hall 01
a... .. .. Northwest quarter of northeast Palm .City,f'.ompaoY'N Lots I. a and 30 Iud east half of northeast southeast quarter of q'hWl&t quarter and ,
quarter of northeast quarter.__... 12 53 41 1000 121 quarter, platted uPalm City_ ..._ 16 50 b 1563t 295 lOath half of southwest quarter of southeast >
Bethe4.. Lot two hundred and eighteen by Palm City Comp&ll_ Northwest quarter of northwest: quarter quarter...._.____._...__ 1 120 'C
twelve hundred and ninety feet In and lots 3 and 4. Palm City __.?__..._ 16 50 fa tae IS 355 Edward c Atwood., Lea 7 and 8 ___....... ?.. .. 6 47 f3 Iio .. ..
southwest quarter ol southwest PalmbtyCompany. SouthhalfoflOllthwestquanerhlmCitl 1650 fa 110 .60 Julia J/lcobl.__ Lot6 ....__.__..._..._.____ 6 49 43 40 I" .
quarter.........._._.._.*_ 12 53 41 600 185 Palm City CompauY'M East half Palm City..M.._____... U 50 fa J20 920 'rln..nn Sheen_ South half of northwest quarter._____.__ 6 49 43 80 2FnnklinSheen. "
Merrlweather Part of south half of southwest George Wilkinson_ Block J04. Palm Clty._.. .._.....____ 16 50 'a 47 ._ SOUthl.l.fofuurthe85tquarter.____..__ 6 49'3 80 360FnnkllnSbeeu.
quarter described: In deed book N, ( rge Witkiosou.__ Block 32J, east half him City.. ._.__ 16 50 fa 41 oflOUtheutquarur.eastorcaul 6 49 43 62 111 _
pace 861_.___ __....... ...".._.._ 12 53 41 400 187 George Wilkiusou,.. Block 337. west half Palm Utf.__ 16 50 fa 47 Franklin epeew._ Southwest quarter of northeast quarter._ 7 49'3 10 150PACanningham. >
....... Sub division C, south half of north J F. HIlVet\tick?_._ Block Jg2. east half Palm City??........_ 16 50 fa 47 Southwestquarteroiaoutbeastquarter___ 7 49'3 40 Ie
half plat book A, pan 29.._.. >... 13 58 41 II 00 101 l1 P Thatch r_ Block b4 palm l1tY..N____ 16 50 fa 47 P A Coantngham_ Lots laud 2.__.?. .?... __ "..._ 19 19'3 8067 '
I Curry. .... Sub division D. south Calf ol uortli H VEngle Bl.Jek 23S. east half Palm Clty__.._ ]6 Cuuolugham_ Lot 1._____..?. ,,., ,.._........__. 6 SO'3 212 .9t .,
t half plat book A, page 2\1._____ 18 53 .41. 1 bo 87 C I' That her..__ Block 261. east half Palm City.___ 16 5o 'J 4j G W Allen.t...._. Begin 2.50 chains north 110 east of south line of -
M1 Srq_. ... Sub dlv1lll0n ,sonth half of north H A L'Eugla___ Block 2830 west bait Palm ClI)..._....._ 16 50 b 47 northeast quarter tract west 38 chains and '
half plat book A, page 29. 18 53 41 150 87 J A &mL.._.._ Black E. Palm I It)._.......??.?., ., .._ 16 50 42 47 north 2.SO .halus.___.?. ____.- 32 52 b 10' 561Pd
..... Sub division G, south half of north B A L'Eagle..__ Block J68, east half---- ?_....._. 16 50 fa 41 F Taruer....__ tot ill,subdivlsion G. Lot 5--.--.---. 19 53 4J 13 47
half plat book A, page 29._.__..' 18 58 41 II 00 101 C P Thatc&er Block 4cn.west hall._....... .. ...._ 16 50 &a
I--- all.plat bo t pnYslY9 1 north C P 'I'hatther?_.. Block 405. east half....._..___.__ 16 50 b t7
A, ._._.. 18 53 41 500 101 JLShulf ..__..._ Block 80. I.ot5 ass 6. ----,-_..___ J6 b THOS. J. HARDEE
Sub division HI, south half of north G C Dallas..._.....,_ Block So west half.. .........,__.___. 16 o 'a 47
half,plat book A, page: 29.._._ 18 53 41 850 94 C K Maddox...__..... Block lo east .__ 16 50 h 41 bog Tax Collector Dade Florida.:
U... .. Sub division L, south half of north James Maddox...._ Block f9, ea-t half.._._ _...__ 16 50 b' 47 County, .
half plat book A.page 29...._ 18 53 41 15 oq} t j 101 I.luie Maddox .. Block 190 LotI 4 and 13 of west half .__.. J6 50 b 47 la
tley Sub division M,south half of north -- L P Tburaby. ...._ Block K, Lots laud 2._ .... ....._... 16 50 42 47 ,
half plat book A., page l9._..__ 18 53 41 2 00 94 Thoa A Thompson...' Southwest quarter less north hall otnorthwestquartet. '
... -..-.... Sub division N, south hall of north .... _._. ._......._ 16 sa fa do 6s11''
hall plat book A,page 29 .., _. 18 58 41 800 9-1 .. West half of northwest ___.... II sa b 10 liD .
A Day. ,?... Part of north half of northeast quarter hwAlleu.----_ WeethalfofD\lrtheastqul&rt8' __. : sa fa 110 160
begins! 6J4: feet west of south .1 East half or southwest quartert_.._..... ,: sa b 80 160 I Florida East Coast Ry. -
eut corner of W Gardner's lot Catherine Uillett., ... Southwest quarter of aorthwedt quarter Ind I
tract 208 feet weet by 20tl north 13 53 41 100 1 67 northwest quarter of southwest quarter. 30 sa b 1116 300'' .
Part of north half of northeast quarter Electra H Pritcltard Part of I.ot 1, u dCMribed ia Deed Book M. ,
begin 832 feet west of southeast corner > Page 3 ...-. -.-...?_?..? 1._......_ IS 53 b 5 101 TlBM Table Ho. NI. EffM April 14, IS9T. "-> '
of W. Gardner's lot. tract 208 John P Roberta ....._ Sc.utho acres of' northwest quarter of
feet w.st by 208 feet north..?_... 18 lI8 41 100 167 southeast quarter ...__ ... "_'__'M 6 53 b 10 121 SOUTH BOUND (Bead Down NORTH BOUND (Kes4 Up). .
, Sub division 88,south half of sooth Margaret Cha.se._.... Pert of south half of southeast qarter, der "
east quarter plat book A page 80 U lI8.U 15 00 101 scribed Deed Book M, Page 11. Lot I __ 7 53.a 1 91 No* No 87 o3n STATIONS.Lv Mo 7 8446p So a ,
i Almeda .y._ Sob division 89 south half of sonih- John MuUtkln.._.... Part of Northwest quarter of southeast 1 :::: is .... flipI I Jacksonville ...... 6 ., 110ftTO ....
can quarter, plat book A, page 80 U lI8 41 211 81 -. quarter u described iD Deed Book L ...:.::10 ...... Slap ...... Ar......Ji" Augn u>........tr. a .w..
Almedi .. Sub dlvWon 40 south half of south- Pap 26 -... ?..- 7 53 b Sot 148 ...... IU ...... ..... ...... v.Jit.. Angnstiae.....Ar. 6 .. ...
east quarter, plat book A page 80 14 118 41 12 87 Harriet McBride_ Northwest quarter._._____... 7 S3 42 16oll 114o ...... ll GNa .. ..... ...... ......... Hastings .... ...... .... ...... .._ '
Gres ... Sub division 1, lat half of north- Aurelius Russell__. West half southwest quarter of tootb- .:.. .... ..... ...._ Psktks..... 4SUp ....._
eut quarter. p book A. 80 23 lIB 41 25 81 west quarter of southeast quarter less 1 ...:.. I .... ... :. ...... Ar..Ptk.L.Et 4 Sip ...... ...... .
|Jam... Snb division 11, north halt 0 rage acre to Brnstey.__....__ -............ 7 S3 b' 148 ...... 16..... :.. ...... ........ 4&Sp ...... :..... ...... ._
east quarter. lat book A, pan 80 28. lI8 41 18 87 W H H Gleason.__ 25 acres off south side Lot 7 -_.-_.,,... U 53 41 aj log ...... I 0 ..... ...... ...... Ar.....-.. an Mateo.........Lv. JlOf.5&DP. ............ ... ...N.
IB. Sanders...- Subdivision 17. north half ol nurth- James F Olmstead._ Subdivision A, Lot 5 part 0'.Died Book I, ...... II...... ... ... Mat..Ar. ..?.. ...... ... ._
east quarter plat book A page 80 211 liS 41 100 87 Psge.279_....._____._......._.. 18 S3 4a 15 87 ...... .... ...... ......ILy..S .......... JMptlOp ...... ...... ... ....
fjCurry ...,. Sub division 20 north half of north- Anna Curry Eat ...- Su tvision P, Lot 5 -.- .-..--.-- 18 M'a 5 S7 ...... 10p Ip .. .. ..... .......... Z 4 ...... ..... ... "
cut quarter, plat book A. page 80 28:58 41 25 87 James A Roberts .. Subdivision lot 6, u described la Deed ...... ...... ...... ... ........Port Orange... .. .... ...... .. ....
Roberts, Sub division 21, north half of northeast >\ ; Book 1, Page "N...___......_ 18 53 42 25 59U ...... 113...... ...... ..... ......New Hmvrna ...... .... ...... ...... ....
quarter i> book A, page 80 28 liS 41' 25',, .' 87 Cephoo Pinder.?-..... .Sub-division E. Lot 6.._ .-. -- ..... 18 53 U 25 .... 13p .. .. ...... ......1. ._ OakHIlL ....... I S..... ..... ...... ....
[Sanders.. .. Part ot north half of northeast quarter John Weatherford_-. Part of Lot, u described in Deed Book F, ...... Ii2i.8Z3p ...... ...... ..... .........1'Q"II......... 11 .... ......... .. .
begins 943 leet west and 800 Page 11.-___._ ..._M...??_ 18 S3 U JS 91 ...... < ... ... ...... $ .... taaop ...... ...... ...... .....
feet south of northeast corner P A Cunningham_ I'art..f Lot 7. beginning! 416 feet went and .... I8lp ...... .....I"...n.Ooooa "J".... IS lip. ..... ...... ..?.. ....->
tract west 100 feet south 50 feet_ 23 53 41 18 167 isB feet southnorthwest of southeast corner ol .. ..... ...... ...... .._.....Rockledge..EauQaUie...._... .. UOTpllSis ..... ..... ... ...
aartlmaEADea. '"' Part ol north half of northeast quarter tract,Welt 30 feet and ..... II...... ........N ......-. ......... If 1 ...... ...... .::. :..
ter beginning 715 feet vest and south too feet. _'_....M__.. .._- 18' $3 41 2s 167 ...... ,O ..... .... ...... ...s>*...">.Sfcnso.*......._. ...... ..._. ...... .... '
550 feet south of northeast corner Richard Roberta ....... Part of Lot 7, beginning 446 feet and 158 ...... 415p ...... ..... ...... ........Melbourn0......... H : .".:.. ...... ...... ......
tract west! 200 it and south 100 It 28 53 41 50 207 feet south southeast t corner of northwest ...... 4 Up .... ......... ..... .........& ......... 104........ ...... ...... -
Y A Day...,,,,. Part ot northeast quarter of southeast quarter tract, west 30 feet and south ._.. 4 Grp ... ........ ......... ..... ... ..... ...... No
quarter, described deed book lao feet --..-...----.........._-_._' 18 53 U. 13 167 ...... (tupSS ...... .... .. .........St. Lum8......... s .'ai .... ...... ....
H. page 269...__.._ 23 53 41 4 00 187 Jefferson Brown_.__ Sub-division K:, Lot 7....-....- .-_-._?_... 18 53 41 50 61 _.. 10p .... ...... .1 da .......1ur Pen....*. ..... ...... .... 110
...,.... .,. Part of northeast quarter of south The* Mathews__ Part of Lot 6, u described In Deed Book N. ..... ............. .07aIttt .....* .. ........*. \II.... ...... .... 4
east quarter,described in deed book Page 351 -..?..--?.. .. ..._.._ 18 S3 U 1} 91 ...... ....... ...... ....i*...... .*........ \ ............. .. I
H, page 267 ....__. 23 53 41 200 12A Unknown..?__._. Lot 22:, I.tmonCitJ____. _... _. 11 53 41 SIC ...... 4ssTOlp .. ...... 4Ua ...........enln. ......... ...... .. .I li. '
EneriaasL. Part ol northeast of southeast S Williams -?.,.... I.otJO, Lemon City.--.__ 18 S3 42IS 54 ..... .... ....... 7 11. .... Alicia. ....... 8S5a ...... .. ...." 22tp
quarter described In deed. Gerald Hassler -.--.. Lot 3. Lemon tlty.._.._.... ".'_'_M'_ 53 42 .... flip ..... ....... 1 ......Hoba Sound........ e 1:...._. ..... ....;. 1-
book (*, page 509......_..._.. 28 53 41 2006 203 Mary E Btuber..._ -. Lot 36.Lemon City--.-..--._ _" 18 53 41 ...... TS4p .... ........8 16 ....,...Weat'Jnptler....... .. 80........ .. ... U4
Lemp North fifth of east half o' northwest Gerald Hassler........ Lot 50 Lemon City. ....?....__..._?.... 18 53 42 I ...... NKp .... .... ...,......Riviera........... \............. ..
quarter of southeast q 'aner._._.. 23 53 41 4 00 97 Gerald Ha sler _...... Lot LemoD qty ---- --.._ 18 S3 41 ...... I ............ 11 OOa Ar..West Palm 8a..L'. r 4 ..... ........... .UaI4a
West half of northwest of Gerald Hasaler-?..-' Lot 54. Lemon City .... -..... ..__. 18 53 42 IJ ...... 8 p ..... ...... 848p .........Unto .... I, ................. ,
Southeast quart _. 28 53 41 20 00 163 lames Aired-.._'''_ Lot 69 Lemon City ... -.- -_. _.. 18 M 42 ...... S............... I Sip' ......-Tort Laoderdala.... : "... ..... :.. flu*
i A Thompsoi.,. South half southeast quarter of Jackson Lowe.-. L"t 78, L<>mon City -- ____. 18 S3 41 ......101. ........ ..1020B ........Lwnua City.... .. f ..... .. iCta510k I
southeast quarter_ .. __._._._ 28 53 41 20 00 163 ti L White..._...___ Subdivision D. Lot 5 ..--.--_._ 19 S3 42 JJO ..... ..... ..:.:. IOI r..1h.m. ...... .L., c ..... ::..:. :": .
t AikL.. Part of southeast quarter ol southeast I wEVanAllen..__ Sub-diviHion E. Lot 5..-_._ 19 53 42 So log
quarter beginning northeast I IeoI'1Ier Susie G White._....? Subdivision r'. Lot 5......-.-.-_._....._ 19 S3 U 3 68 143 A. 4k W. B.1NCH Trains 32'G J7 and 78, betwoea JaokHoovitla .
tract west 416 feet and Ada E Roberts.......,- Lot ij. subdivision G, Lot 5-....-_ 19 53 41 47 STATIONS. ..o.4. an* bt. AncnsFtnsdaily. '
208 feet lI<)uth..__?..__...... 28 53 41 2 00 168 Tbos A Thompson...... Lots 28 i9 and :30 sub-division O Lot S _H. 19 53'a 48 61 I 0.1 No No I orals You 'beswsa MUmiaad Port
fhlte. ......, North 12 acres of east half of sonth- RusteGWhlte.. _"- Part Lot 6...._.___-._..?.._._.- 19 S3 42 8 160 tkp 10 Ly..New SmJra..Ar. 11" 6 26p Piere daily aipapt Sunday.
west quarter of northeast quarter 24 53 41 12 00169 Edward Barnott.__ Part Lot 7. Deed Book.F Page 153"less'Tot a U ta ..... ...... 4 SSp, Train ai, b tw_ Port Per a
{ White Northeast quarter of southeast .. 95 feet by lojK feet.. '__'_ .-..---. 19 M'2' >s3v 8 lip U 6k Lv..Orange hty.....Lv.1219pj: 1 3* 88p=- Miami daU'.e."t Monday. '
quarter.___.._. ............M__. _.. 24 53 41 4000 8 lI5 H H Gtel90u._.__ Port L">t 2. 25 acres off north en<&__.... 2.1 M b 2S f og 8 Up 11 *.1r. .O&i.aal..L..l lbpi | &d south of S$Angst
tj t William Northwest quarter of northwest ,;. W H H Gleason.??.._ Lot 2*.._......_.?...__.._ ......-...._..__ i6 53 U 1869 log "Oi daily, esiwiit Sunday.ThJ .
quarter southwest quarter._..? 25 S3 41 10 00 149 P W Unite.___ All of fractional......_.___..._.._.._..... J5 5' 42:19: 161PWWblte.
ph ifnaa.??,.?.,, Part of noithwest quarter of south __ East half of Dorthwestquaner fractional.. 16 S4 U 79 I. Clsgant Sldclfhssl a"ama.
east quarter described Indeed book P W White"___.';. East half and east half of southwest quarter .
L, page 203..___..__._.__._ .3 53 41 0023 127 fractional.._......._........._?_._.. 16 $4 4a 34 1499 ; '
sS CuiLlnjrs. North half of southwest quarter Sarah G Gleason??.. Lou l, 2, 3,4,5,6 and 7, Block I._..._ ._ 31 fo 43 2 33 "CITY OF KEY WEST .L
southeast quaiter of southwest Sarah O Gleason....... Lots 1, t, 3. 4,!,6. 7. 8 and 9. Block 1.._.._.. 31 40 43 .88 ; ,
quarter and southeast quarter._.. 27 53 41 28000 890 Sarah Utileason...... Lots 3,4, s, 6, 7.8 and 9, Block 3 .. ....... 314043 1114 -
J I Wadden East half northeast quarter._._ 84 53 41 HO 00 4 ISO Sarah G ileeson ...... Lots t. 2,3,4.5,6 and 7, Block 4 .* .. 31 443 184 1 appointed $Per S.follows : : .
|Uarrtngton Southwest quarter northeast quarter ,' \ I Sarah G Gleasoa...... Lois I. 2. 3f 5. 6. 7.8. II. 10, II, 12,13Blocks 31 40 43 35 -i. ..
..quarter of norhwe.tquarter SarahGGleaeon..t Lots, 2andoVBIick 7 .?.. ? .. .. ...... 31 40' 43 liars MIAMI 11:p. m. Wednesdays and Saturdays -, '
northwest quarter of Unknown ...t,.';. Lots3aad4.Block7.: ... ........ 31 40 43 148 41 4 Arrive KIT WEST 1030 p. m. Thursday and Sundays .
southeast quarter ana northeast ._ Sarah U Gleason. .... Lots 8,C),10, II. 12, 13audl4. Block 7... .._ .M 40 43 133 .
quarter otsouthwe t quarter....__ 85 53 41 16000 1800 Sarah G Gleason .. Lots i, 2, 3. 4,5, 6 and 7. Block 8 ... ..,.. 31 40 43 205 KIT WEST 1:p. aa. Tuesdays .and Fridays.
JFergusonAlonior Sarah U Gleason :. Lots q, io ii. 12. n. 14. 73. t6, 17. Block 8 ... 31 40 43 205 Arrive MIAMI 4:00 a, m. Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Baker, George Sarah G Gleason...... Lot 7, part of 300 feet off East End ....?..- 31 40 43 5 40 2 27
k.. .....,???_ Southeast quarter of southwest Sarah G Gleason ..... All of Fractional ......... ... 32 40 43 la 453 J.P. BECLWrr'H, i. .
quart r.._ ._..._._.___._ 85 53 41 4000 710 A F Miller, ..........:: Part of Southwest quarter of Southwest Trafflo Manager. Passenger. Ac* '
fbethPCnrry-..., North half of north half of north quarter described in Deed Book F, Page St. FJa.' .
east quarter of northeast quarter 86 53 41 1000 218 W .. ... .., ;.... .................. 54I43 6 Aq. I
RuMell.,. .. .. South hall ot north half of northeast Ross K: Brown ....... Lot i ........ ............ '................... ai 41 43 48 7S I3 .
quarter of northeast quarter J w icon*........... Lots ..................... ..... ............... 33 41 43 40 .60
less right ot way._."***"......__..... 86 54 41 1000 258 Juno Beach Improvement
Ph A Day?...,_ Part ol antic to James Ilagan as 87 54 41 Co .. ........ Loll ....... .. ........... .... io 42 43 aSSoai 339
described In deed book 87 54 42 2288 768 CVBartOD .......... All Lo.a, South of J Jenkins ....... ..._ 104243 301
M Allen??,. Undivided quarter ot north halt CVBarton.....,.... v All Lot 2, South of Thomas and North of SUBSCRIBE FOR THE SUN
northwest quarter____.__._ 2 54 41 SO 00 218 Lenholm................ ......,..?...-.. top 43 92 lOll)
up. Lovett_ Northeast quarter_.??-. ?. 7 64.41 160 00 4 MO Juno Beach Land Improvement ,
a A Cunningham Northwest quarter ...........?...?.?? 7 54 41 16000 480 CoUmE ...... Loll ......................................._ 15 42 43 1836 861
Il CladwlaS South ballot south bull of north Smith........ Islands .. .................. ... .._ 15 41 43 11 V
half of northeast quarter and MBPV_ _tt "W SMnman v .... East half nf Southwest q nnartrr nl North.
north half of north half of couth -' -- zest quarter........ ........ ........ ....... aJ 42 43 ao a 18 .. --
ball ol northeast quarter..._ ...._.? 9 54 41 4000 825 Juno Bach Landlmprovement -
Fuller... Undivided quart- ot north half ot Co Lot 1....................._... ......... ... 22 42 43 2302 713
southwest quarter ..................... ? 10 54 41 2000 163 Juno Beach Land 1m. .
rq 8. OrUiwold_ Lots 4, 5. 6, 7 and M of block 8 In .pr\lvemeutCo...... LotI... ... ... ...... ... ... ..........._ 23 42 43 4108 u38AHBarber. 1 a2w1rSTLV
south half of southwest quarter ...... .. Northwest quarter of Southeast quarter. ::18 4J 43 40 315
according to Rhode's plat northwest T W Strong ... ....;. SouthwestguarterofSoutheast quarter .... 28 4' 43 40 315HB NIL
B llelllne.__.._...._. 15 54 41 75 167 Holmes.. ...... East half of Northeast quarter. less right of sr 'h
a HoldeL_ Northeast quarter of southeast WI) .. NortheastF: 43 755 394 0 e : '' +
quarter.__.__.._........____ 16 5141- 4000 245 Allen Iud George Part of Northwest quarter o. t
ward A Arplan.- North half of north half.____.__ 16 54 41 16000 700 Jac-.bs .... -- quarter. described: in DeetBook LPage3t7 ag 4J 43 140 ssWU1Mutton v as
t ora-.aa.- South hall of block 1____. 21 t.u 5 00 74 ........ Northeast quarter of Southeast quarter. lees M a, /"IIt
t'ftdertrl_____. lot 1 block tL, _____,____......'_m_.. 21 54 41 1 DO 47. twaSerain .\:.Orlhaat.nrner >9 4 7WBDeckner 3S 214ter
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,A Alkn.;; == Part sautbeaet quarter of northwest ....... Part of ortheastgaarterol Suthwestquar I w ai
quarter beginning at northeast 7.50 Acrl'S"4'north end. 29 4J 43 7 SO 114
corner tract north 100 feet by BDeckuer f.. ...... Part of Northwest quarter of SoutheadgsaNter 'err a + ( a
west 50 r"eL..._ .... 21 54 41 13' 167 7.50 Acres off North end 29 42 43 750 114 r
E division ....... South half of Southeast of South aarr lsss.r-r S
Skhoia_ Lots u. 4. t. 6. 7 and 11. sob WB, Deckuer. quarter "" .1 i i a 1
northwest y of uth"est quarter 21 M .it 15 114 west quart and South half of Southwest x s L' ws ; ,9
J DoI-'_ Lot 1 sub drlalou northwest quarter of S..uthea.ot uarter. rxcept (
guarterofllllUthwftltquarter.__ 21 54 41 18 87' 5 Acne of Wet half of Southeast tatq. V ."'"

WABta.. '... ..... Subdivision U .-. _..- ___"._M :.!l-H 5-4 U 600 226 quarter sold to GI'O H Gilpin.... .......;.. :erg 4' 43 3S 350
SNkhob.. ? Lot 13 block 26._....____.__ 22: 54 U 74 Anna N McConn..... South half of Southeast quarter ............. 32 4' 43 Io! 370 .
W Apes?,. ? Lot 1. block 21'1__.__...... .....__.....' 22 M 41 14 A. D Ayers ., .. .. South half of South half of Southeast dB
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.....1.8telolDetl_ Lots 1. 2. 8. U. 13 and U. block 81 22 54 .u 123 quarter ....t..... .. 32 4a 43 4D a 4S
nh L J.otl7 and H. Mock 32 ......_.... __ 22 M 41 68Deus E S ixou.........._ Lot 4 and West half of Southeast quarter e' x c L. o 1 JIJ
CSI.lyM-- lots 2. U. 10. II and 12 block 38_. 22 54 41 17* 1es..IS Acres off +uth end of both traets.. 33 42 43 8953 JS4I3SS
8. iota 18, and 19. block 8U..____.. 22 54 .n 68 E S Nixon ........_ Pan of lot'and west half of southeast '"" .. -
sriL--. Lot 16. block 48._ .______ :l2:1-1 4t 109d quarter undivided half of 10 acre ofsoutb .TA 'l
TaU Lilt g, block 2H.. .._..............-..... 22 54 41 54 end .. .. .. '". M 42'3 S 258
arl.1 Tel-Io Commencing 60M feet north of southwest E S Nixon.. ...M Part of Lot'4 and west half of sothast
rAJrnl'r of northwest qu rtPr. quarter. S attell. north of Nixon 5: ISoyd.. 33 4J 43 5 318 r .- s 'a I
trrt east 1287 h and north HIO It 28 lI4 41 Ii 60 161SCAadenon Anna M McConn.... North half of southwest quarter .. _" 33 4' 43 80 590A
__ Part of northweet quarter of lIouth. 11 Ayers .......... South halt of south half of southwest quarter. -
weal described deed book ., ._ ... 33 42 43 4D '
0. pailI'quart 63.__ .__.._._...._ .- 28 54 U 7 66 173 I AD Ayerl .........: Part of northeast quarter, strip S rods and 10 ..r..4 1
Wdmaad Iljtb_ Part of tractional south bait Ilt'gtn.Dlalf feet off oorthe..d .. .. ....... 4 43 43 5 218Ross sera. '. yt1w.O
teom..r ..... North hair 01 northwest lOutbeutI / #
6U81eet north of southwest I K: Brown. quarter n t. Y/
of northwest quereer of I quarter of northwest quart. less right of 4+a .. .+
south .t trlld north 190 .'ay ..... .... .. .... ........... 4 43 43 120 945 K, JYI4oq
feet we ea.tt quarter 1820 tent to Bay.__.. 28 54 .u II lIO f 41 ArthurCJackIOD_ Sub..divMonM.1.ot2...... ..... ............_ 14 43 43 8 480
b1 .... ...... ........ .
W Ada- ........ Northeast of northwest quarter uf ; Thos Adams ...... SulHiivWonN.Lot2. 14 43 43 I ISO
of southeast : i '. ThO' Adams ....... Subdivision It, Lot a.......................... 14 43 43 47S 301
northeast. .quarter 29 IIi 41 2 50 148 Arthut C Jack&ol1.. Sub-divisioD M. Lot 3... .................... 25 43 43 II 27 goThoaAdalll8. '
IIulaaTnPP Southwest quart r ----of-north- -e-/lIOtq'Jartc ........ Suhdivison N. Lots 3 and 4 .. ................ 15 43 43 3 453 %. sc
-- r northwest qOl1rtpr quarter of Tht'llAdams........ sulHiivlsionRLot4 ................. ........ IS 43 4J 6as IfJ
and north half of M1'II Margaret MChse .
southeast... quarter Iesaaacrest ) J ............ Lot 12,Block .......... ..................... JI q3 768 aAN01NAr
.oatb Hardee" and.t quarter 10 acres tuM 8eilald.: 29 lI4 41.1-1 .. 1211 S I!: Earman........ Lot 12..Block 5..'............... ...... .......'I-U 43 4t 1695 l 2aonrttu
Etta L _u atthew of to I.ra lIa.ln. begin at ; Jos Elliott ......... Lot 30 Block 6 ....................... .......... al.22 43 43 79
Part grant about 17 50 chains from John Mullikin. .. Lot tT Block II............ ............ ......_ al'u 43 43 453
stake mouth of MIami RI7er south 82west < 11 A Davis.... .. lot :} east half Block 18 ............... ....... at-u 43 43 315
stake and rock thence John D 54dleIlAD. J.ot6. Block 18 .. .......... ......... ........ 21'U 43 43 453A
south tit 82 o east to lltakf' north 82 o B Otwell ......... Lot a. Block 10 ...{.............. ....... ....... al'u 43 43 453
stake north 82 o west to H L Haney......._ Lot ; east htlf Block 25..................... 21-2a 43 43 til rr. .4
east to _.___..___._' \14 M 41 1010 553 Thus HobIIoD ...... Lot J, west half Block 25... .... ............... 'I'U U 43 178 1 : lItSULn
Cataon 1Inning. 13 57 41 7t: 74 E T Williams ..... lot 6. Block a5 ....... ... ...... ........... .. tau 43 43 831
PAbnningham._ Lot tot1.--1_.____..__ 85 5i n 8-111 178 It 0 Blytbe."._.._ Lot 8, east half Block a5.___ ___ ___ n'22 43 43 433B4
P A Cunningham and-.m.------ 86 57 41 9302 489 C 0 LiY1ngst a.._ lot I. cUt half Block 27.---....--- .I'U 443 ,
UMBromweUiota.Lota 8_._._ __ _._....- 2 58 441 6942: 157 Eva ArriogWo._._ I.ott.: east half Block 27- ......_. al'u 43 43 3 I S '
1:1 53 183 Lena Gordun._._ Lot 30 east half Block a7.-_ .... I.u 43 43 178 wle 1T
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V LmKGBrower-- Lot 1._ --- Wm McKe1l2)_ Lot 3. west half Block 28...._ _....... .. .1-22 43 43 246
:1UIord<<: Perrtne and 4 and southwest quarter Isaac Ailiens.. .. Lot 50 Block J8 21-U 43 43 178 9Rll OJ \ .. rA i Jr
-.. LoU 2 _____ :!2:11i 41 12087 450 C M 'horley_ Lot I. Block 39..... __ _' ?. ........_ al.u 43 43 109 TAY
I R C Hubert ol north west quarter. .. Will Wright.._... Lot 4 east half Block 4o._...._....... U'U 43 43. 68 A 't 4
r and. Lot &._.__ -.-..-- 22 58 41 3862 1S5 Sarah J I'age._ Lot 6. west half Block yo......... __ .......... 21-22 43 43 109 Yzx100 i\ r L o s t n CE.$
D IIlu1ollkhell- __-_-___-...__._ 82 58 41 14 :26M 19 Inca Marvin?_ Lot S east half Block 41__ .. ....._. as.21 43 43 141 hi La
! J Ie J __ Lot Lot:!M.___. __...._..______ M 41 11015 247 UG Bell .. ...._ Lot .. east half Block p. ....... __...._ 21-21 43 43 68 s, 1 .
E W B phDllOD ? :498Jo1 42 8516 626 W It M itcbeU __ Lot 4. west half Bloat 42 .. .. eo_' 21-22 43 43 68
. ._ Lot a._. -__-._-_ 80 88 42 7592 354 Iot 3, west half Block 49. ?.._...._ U-22 43 43 68
WIC-ISan.Jen- LoI. hamesgernegan ._. __._._... ._ \ Wwa.a14
? 80 88 42 9181 453 ._ Lot I. Block 48.- .. .. 21-22 43 43 39I4'5 .aa it
! bps $ lot L.------half of southeast quarter-' less 5 I G G Springer ..._ Ice t.actory Building on Railroad Re erve_ p.u 43 43 l ."1 .

aalbarli.er\ ;, Chains East 98 qortS eBdn,,_,,,..,,..,...(... 8? W U TOW 3 :3 l 1I.iJlisell.:: _...... liYb dtt t9A A.Lot i..,._......."..tn .entm IJ 43 Q 53Q 13,} .
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t a ,. THE TROPICAL.SUN,..WEST. PAtH ,BEACH,. 1ILOIIIDA. ,. TIW1ISDAY' .- stAY- SO, 11.. ". :



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Witty Sayings Int opened BUSIXESS DIRECTORY.
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r: Business Batr alDa., ,

. WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA. Musical Instruments and Strings at .SPOT chandise.CASH Good STOREH-D Goods, I.Dwl'rica.in General M.Mar J- .. .' Guwre,U.P tad taat u.r. !/ > -

fi Idner & Son's, the Pioneer Jewelers. Gale Proprietor..- C.W.McCord, 3U geV All Kinds of Ic t'

i Flrry-If you take a bath 111 give you a dollar. Rock .......".
EDITOR AND MANAGER. Wayworn Watson-A dollar? A dollar Botto>Q Priced W.W.Blacfaner Agent.P. ewwuon.w?arrAa.a. All Kinds of nsbla? Tulle utQldck .
wouldn't for no funeral!-Cincinnati En fsarrieos
pay Keal acted 11M---- _
quirer. II .W.CHAP MAN-Deals IB Dry Good,Notion GarsHK.... a.d1 Miu4..- -

YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION '$2 One of the neatest Hotels in Floridais Stationery,Cigars and Tebaeco. Agent for ta -
1, The New York Clothing Store. Galvsniitd '
the Elliott ef Jacksonville,its furnish Large TtskueltoavUl

il. .. ings, service and table cannot be sur Contract* tetra Bjrvfccn IUCe tJw
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passed. 2 J1aablq :"

' LIGHTER FOR SAtE. Creosoted; ten .... -

-: by twenty-six: feet in size.. Apply to The Taylor Bro, are clearing land . . .
, ,. REYNOLDS & Hutt, City Dock:: pineapples.. '. s.
I : ClematIs Avenue ii1Ls :
"My tt k in life," aid the pastor complac TICKETS
1Ii la Lin-
J ently."consiau to saving young men." J. F. Beck of Hfllsboro was:
: "Ah"replied the maiden with a soulful mug- '
AMONG OUR CHURCHES ,ing World.-save a nice looking. Cine for me!"-Dublin ton over Sunday. ...TO... Supply Store---:: hIt ._

I -.!. A. Wi on drove his horse through to '
'! Thus and Place of Services, -Special FOR SAT.E-Entire saw-mill and outfit Miami'yest day. >Oc L POtrrs.Mayndid's ::-Wtit Palm Beach,Florida, rau erg
at Woodley., Apply to Joseph Elliott,

.. Notices Week-Day Meetings.and Sunday 6-27 U. West Balm Beach. E. C. Hngemia has gone to Miami to \-oAT"", J.' D. IIA TN/S. Proprietor Gn' lit. i.rcsA .

".. "Sthop makin'so much noise." work, this summer. (kcctttK BrwcUf'i a Way M*finc T to)
-I afnt makin'no noise." Ticket Snail Profiu. '1 .
"Quick Sale and
Agency Motto
,. My ,
;J Episcopal Stwicec.ETISCOPAL "Well thin make Rome. Would you mat .
4t 3i. your father out a toiarr1,-New tort Sunday Tames Brown is in ,St Augustine "Bul
.f Journal 101 W. Bay St, Cor.Hogan, Battery Goods and ,
i. CHCM.H-Bethesda-by-the-Ses. this week on business.

REV.J.N.MULFOKD,Rector. Are your eyes weak or affected? Don't 1.21-97 ..Flocidm. Family Groceries

Ysv.1. FITX-JAHES HIXDKY,Ass't Minuter.I neglect them, but have Frank Idner, W. W. Blackmer was in West Palm . . . .'.f. .
I .. <.. Will be open during the Summer. Service the optical expert test and fit them with Beach Tuesday morning and returned to .__My Specialty.Goods .
every Sunday morning at o'clock. what need. .
n A launch they Native ?deb
wilt ran regularly in connection leaving West Pompano on the freight the same day. delivered free to any part
Palm Beach "WOT does he look!so tad?" and r of the the Lake *
I city dock at io p. Fare for the '-He'grieving for bw best friend. fed panish City or across
round trip; 10 cents.Y&OTBEEBODD "Is he dead. Messrs. Caton and Sterling have.a AS Ortar Gina Pra.pt AtteaUca. Tear Pa "

Brooklyn"No. Hut LifeCooking wife has eloped with,3T tint."- contract for the clearing five acres of cgazicy .j Goods. First-Class and Fresh. Highest Market oaIMS

op ST. ANDREW.Meets on I: pineapple land just south of West Palm prices paid for country produce. --
the Second and Fourth
Wednesday each '
utensils in
agate-wre-best '
Bonta. I.F.HIXDKV,Director. in the market-at Weybrecht's the Pioneer Beaoh. I PineappleSlips Buy of me and I will tare you tooaey. 't97 WES?

W.f.ARMSTRONG,Jru Secretary. Hardware Store. The sailboat "Maud" turned over on _

, # HU Mother-ia-ll1w-Wby. what's tbe matter!? her return trip from' West Palm Beach : and SuckersFor

11.r'. ]M. B. ChuK.h, South. You look as gloomy as a new moon in a fog! last week and Messrs. Milburn and Rale,ot tbe J'onowlag'WUeIr vli-
" He-No wonder Bilking called me a colossal
: Service every Unit and Third Sunday ol ass! Chard took an involuntary bath. Chapman Abbaka, Porto Rico, \ F. A. PELLERIN &
1 His Mother-in law-Well, yon are large.-
each month,.
at 11
r ; p. m. Sunday hthool at Larks. ., was on the freight. Smooth Cayenne,
10..m.every Sunday, in the rtblie'SchoolBaUdlng. I
Egyptian Queen,
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< Everybody REV.W.cordially A. LOWDEK Invited.Pmitor.' ,Ice Cold Soda at Dimick's Drug Store A Daily DaytonuM reached here last Ripley Queen, Golden Queen, Furniture, Stoves and House .-

! ; Teacher-Where were you yesterday week and we see,our old townsman R. Whith Antig e. .
PupU (whimperingly was Billy
; ,- : & Smith's fault He hipnertized me. an'made e I H. Chapman is business manager. Bob, Pernambuco,
i; r'v 0< P, A._p. me go fishin'with h Philadelphia! Press in the words of Rip Van Winkle mIf EDvi le. Carpets, JVIattingsShades,

jiJ.6 Regular communication ol, Harmon'a: FOR SALE-Three pens of Black Mi-! you live long and prosper. Early delivery: can be made, part of thepicked --"-- :-
lodge.No.188.West Palm B aebFIa" wit! fruit from thl PlantatlonhartDg been "; Cif -
ii' norcas, pure bred. Four bens and one -
Ii: be held at 70 p. m.. on the Second and cock in each pen. Price, $6 each lot W. W. Blackmer took a "little" walk! lastmontn. Apply to ,

1 i Fourth Wednesday.of each month. Visiting T. NEWTON BANNER,Hobe Sound,Fla. of twenty-five miles from Pompano to C.C. MATTHAMS, Our -Comtr
brethren are cordially Invited to attend.. Own Building, Cky
i, Lintcn Fiiday and is now laid up for Rodda Plallpple! COIpal
! f ,
J.P.LAMolD,W.![. Customer-ThU is a different kind of soap
ilii y N.Eo COWLia,Sec'7. 7-S-96 from your usual isnt it? repairs. We th ukhe can stand counts -. 5-21-3mo8 West Palm Beach,.|la. JACKSONVILLE IXO

!!1L1 rncM.pr.Barber\es..sir,..ct_;but-._An how....do.-'HV...you.f nnAnn know..?1.>Irk.U .... :--eo 1-".tti..-re-. hotter.....- than-- tlM---. A .
' ; P&O .-
:Hv nlag star Uodg flo.46, Temple Barton and Roy Scammel can

i4 ": KBlgbu of Pythias. When in Jacksonville, stop at the now show you the way to put two solid The bade County State Bank
Acme Hotel. Rooms, 50, 75 and '1.00
't- XeetJe\"eryFridaYNlgbtat7- p.m.standardUme. per day. Best Furnished hotel in the iron rings together' without cutting

Visiting bn lIB cordially invltld. city. Good dining rooms in connection.R. them, Prof. Kline Instructed them in Palm Beach, Florida., .New SemiuoI

'Castle Hall over Public School Building. I,. CHADWI 4+tC.' the c. b.CIA horse on the.boys" never .
War.F.Aulnao1l'G,Ja..K.or R.I S. sty Hewitt-A man cbanget his mind but a tool too old to learn. Authorized Capital $100,000.Paid .
never does.JewettWbat. [ GEO. ZAPF
-. f New York World.a wise man my wife must be.- : Mr. A. Smeenk who moved here last Up Capital $15,000. ,Proprietor.

fg o. ., The Born Dramatic Club. fall and rented the ,Peter Uwis'arm

... ,. Drugs, .Cigais, Candies and Toilet I left with his family Thurs West Palm Beach, Flog
Articles at wholesale prices at Dimick'sDrugstore. OFFICERS:
The two comedies on the Home day for(heir old bode ra Orange City
put by
E.N. DIMICK, President.
Ii This la the Only Brick Hotel on Lake W
Dramatic Club last week were well received Iowa. Mr. Smeenk will return .to'Lin- E. M. BRELSFOSO Vice-Pretident. .
p; For watch and jewelry repairing, patronize in and in of
by appreciative audiences, and ton a few weeks put a crop '
seemed the old reliable firm of Idner & celery. CEO. L. BRAHHIHGj Cathier. -.NewI1 furnished throogbosVjWorth .
to give as general satisfaction as Son, Jewelers. '

i' did the play "Rio Grande" last fall. Mrs. of oldest and most Branch Office at West Palm Bsacli commanding a splendid :
Head one our )
si rs Benham-What do you mean by ''*ris'ra .
1k C.,Garvin Gilmaine, a talented young light as air"Benham respected settlers.left Tuesday for Melbourne ...,. 'Side and up and down the Lake '
What do Office Hours From 10 a.m. to i m.6eBtnl .
: actor,coached the Club both (sarcastically) you suppose p.
in these biscuit New York Tribune where she will make a short
your Service to Date and Rates
:.;,. plays, and also took a part in each, interspersing visit with friends and then go to her old Bukiig BISIDISI'TruSlcfd. up _Reasonable
HAND The Photographer, is ready .. -
his lines e
with comic-songs for business and will furnish tintypesand home WilcoxPenn.. Mrs Head has Collection promptly remltte on day'of i0CarrIgU
j and recitations, which greatly added to last receipt. Drafts bought and sold on the principal '
photographs at short notice. 5-2o-tf been in poor health for the year ZAPF
the humor of the cities of the Gaited SUtea 10-29-96 GEO: Manage
Ii evening. Mr. Gil- and ve hope she will be benefitted by
R. G. Lee & Company have openedup
maine has until
recently; been travel. a full line of Groceries and Dry the change. ____ __
ling, his last engagement having been Goods in THE SUN building and ask a

; in the troupe ot Mme. Modjeska, but share of your patronage. Quality and Dr. McLaughlin was called to Boyn The Peacock Inn.

,, from overwork he has been obliged to prices guaranteed to suit. ton Sunday to attend R. Hainetz who ick&HillhJDE

leave the stage for a time, and he hopes Hobbs-Why did the cashier leave the was shot in the old established way. In -LOCATED ONBISOAYNE- 1 {

r t .. that a few months,of comparative rest country Dobbs? The because he taking his gun from his boat he took -
only reason was
in our genial climate; will prove of great couldn't take it with him.Twinkles. hold of the wrong end, hammers caught BAY.Five .
benefit on the side of the boat and the charge
to him. Prior to his
engagement -. Naphtha Launch-4-horse power, in miles Booth of Miami '- IERS IN
t I with the Home Dramatic Club he I Florida waters for sale cheap. Address went through his arm making a very The oldest and Hotel
coached amateur troupes at Daytona' 1,114 Harvey Ave., Walnut Hills, Cincinnati bad wound. "Cox. he pays the bill" .

and St.'Angustine, and the flattering Ohio.. '. .A grand entertainment was given at Railroad on the and Bay.Steamer Direct connection Dry Goods, Gents' Fur

I notices in the local! papers attest to his .No need to send away from home ,for the town hall Tuesday evening, May n, with '

j' .. .IUCCCSS there. Here we need only ask any boats when Capt. A. T. Rose can by Prof. Kline who stands to-day with-

those who heard and saw him, to learn build want.you See one him as fine and or place as cheap your order.as yon out a rival on the American stage andis PALM :BEACH. Shoes Hats.Hardware,

r. that he has upheld his reputation Lere. the and
acknowledged by press public and daily Steamer and
! t The first Conductor can't use a bill that is torn like '
presented teD Monday this. at large to be "king" magician, elocutionist Launch connection with

; night was entitled "Between the 1'1U8enger-Yon miiht turn that one in to the ,juggler, paper tearer, ventrilo- Crocker]
; Acts, '' with company.-Brooklyn Life. ........ ,
" ; the following cast: quistetc. The entertainment concluded --1XrI MI.

+ "Dick Comfort a of the WASTED TO CONTRACT far 500 or 1,000
young man with the "new" and sidesplittingfarce
f '" cords 4 ft. wood, both light wood and Rates$2.00 per day and qxnard. AND
' periixi Wm. '
:y ,1 F. Armstrong entitled "Punch and Judy." *' GROCER
t split pine, price $r.oo and (1.50per
green 4
i "Alexander >
Meander, his rich old .
uncle --
cord, f. o. b. cars within 40 miles of CHAS PEACOCK SON PfOpt's. .
1 t ," J. B. Beach. West Palm Beach. Address-Lake \VatchRepairingatAnthonyBros. 48I.
\ "Harris," Comforts' servant, Worth Ice Works, West Palm Beach, OOCOAHDTOEOVEn,4. BEACH, FLORIDA, North of Royal Pelid
! Florida. tf. 12.1.95 31
S. H. HappersetL H. Fisher of Jupiter was down to 5-tt-tf... I _
t. "Mrs. Dick Comfort," Mrs. Lee Russell. Boat building done right at home, in see last Monday's ball game. H* says .' 1'

"MM. Meander," Mrs.Guy I."Metcalf. the most approved manner good workmanship he prefers to catch pineapples rather

I "Sally," her maid Mrs. M. E. Gruber. and at living prices. onCapt. tan ball-it pays better. DO NOT FORGET...... I
I! A. T. Rose J. F. OLIVER
C. Garvin Gilmaine took' 5-
I the charac ---- --- ,
tel of Mrs.Snaggs-If I don't like a man. I never .
"George Merriweather" Dick's The Way of Some People.
I want to speak| lo him.SnaggsP.h.wl 'Russell & C
"unfriendly friend." You told me you didn't never DEALER INFancy
: like me when I came home last night, and you Some have a good word
In the
second play, which was given talked to me for over'.two hours, 1 believe.-
for a preacher or a lawyer.
a newspaper .
on Thursday night, entitled Detroit News.
The first costs more than lit. is worth,
Divorce, Mr. Gilmaine took the part of Budded Orange Trees.
l "Dr. Neville don't amount anything'and anyway F Groceries
prodigal He
son. was choice budded and other J
500 orange they can borrow it from their neighbor;
supported by the following cast: Citrus trees, leading kinds. Also Palms,
the second says things that fit too closely CARRY A FULL LINE
J "The Bachelor" Gus Anthony.His Roses and flowering plaqts. Priceliston OP
while the third is sufh an infernal
application. A. L. HATCH
nephew 'Ned
io-i-9-tf City Point.Fla. liar that they wouldn't have,anything to AND rRruggist 5undriesy ctl
"Deb a colored .
Lee Russell. .. .-, do with him under circumstances
"Mrs: Busby" Mrs. Broome. Farewell. Concert. any '
whatever. But let these individuals Perfumes and I
just same < Patent
"Nell Brosby, her daughter, concert of Staple ProVisions !
t The C. Garvin have a little trouble and they

"Rolinda Burton," Mrs. Guy Mrs.I. Metcalf. Gilmaine given in Lauther's HaH on are the first to let the damper fly out of A Fresh Line of Tenney's cand

The Leon. Saturday night, if not in attendance, their necks; and the newspaper the

the famous entertainment was opened with was in performance a marked success. preacher or the lawyer' nearly always Courteous Treatment and. Prompt
quarrel scenes from ".\.
The programme-included scenes from cabled upon to help ahem out of

S maine:pool took for Scandal the part"of in"Sir which Peter"Mr. Gil and dal""Bachelors and Russian Divorce sketch," "School"Pauline Scan Pav- their ter. difficulty.-Hudson, (N.Y.) Regis*.*? ? First Class Bakery 2'u-97 Masonic Block. West Palmj-

Miss Alice Armstrong that
Teazle." of "Lady lovna," in all of which, and especially! !. :Connection. with the Grocery. .
This was the star of
act both as "Sir Peter Teazel," Mr. Gilmaine -OUST-- "-.. .: .
performances, and well Attentio
was worthy of '" .
demonstrated his versatile of acting
powers Special
a the professional stage. Miss FAMILY T '
The parody on "Oh Promise Me," LUMBER ADE-
made a sweet Teazle" ,
"Lady and tarried .
took down the house;the support from
out the part to perfection while Mr. MY SPECIALTY.
home talent excellent Mr. IS
was superb.
maine while here has made many .
The net proceeds of the two entertain- SHINGLESLATH ---- -------
friends. The which
only event marred THE
ments were $26.90, which are to be de- the pleasure of the evenings entertainment ETC.We Store EAST SIDEAfiIIJ
voted to the Episcopal Church
Building was when Mr. Gilmaine had to BANYAN S T
Fund of this Total can make you Lowest Prices,
> place. receipts were suspend his part to order: a disturber of BakeryonTourists WE ALWAYS HAVE TilE FINEST 1

f 100. Mr. Gilmaine received $48 and oMer in the rear of the hall to keep F. 0. U. your station . .

the balance went for expenses. Write us for anything you need in Fish
.. quiet or leave the room which latter he Oysters Game & Green Turtle
aid under pursuasibn cf friends but not Building Material. ,
Attorney C. C. Chilling worth, formerly without H M
first demonstrating his lack of
of this place, but now of Atlanta Ga., decency and propriety by the use of Builders Supply: Co., SERVICE. TWICE A DA V.-)

has been spending the last week in I I profane language and disorderly con- St. Augustine, Florida.Lainhart. '- Supplies.YOUR W> catered to the
Dade. He reports fair prospects in his 4 ict.-A night's entertainment in the --0E-- to do best trade last year, and art r.U1t
new field of labor and business as"good I Ias I so Season. Respectfully,
I'1 lock up is the needed remedy for such & Potter, .-

could be expected. rowdyism. : 1-28-97 West Palm Beach,Fla PATRONAGE SOLICITED: REYNOLDS &


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