The Tropical sun
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 Material Information
Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: August 19, 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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
lccn - sn 83025639
System ID: UF00075915:00216
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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E AND THERE. hog roots him out of the trough he can CANAL DREDGE AT. WORK.. COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE. of this city will be vibrating to the tnne PERSONAL PICKINGS. '

10. go off into the woods and squeal by him. of"Home sweet Home" as only the .-, ,

vs About This and That and, self.-Ex.: : The San Han Visit the Dredge Biscayne f 1terest1a&kegs Gathered by Oar Scribe Band can render it, and that will be the People is They Come and G -People Yea. i.

Different Thl ga.- and Reports Rapid Progress Throughout the County. grand finale of the Hardscrabble Club's May If Way Not Kaow.
It is reported that 'han-ds
seven were summer outing. -
reports are strictly reliable.C. laid off over at the filling by the pier on MASGOXJA MUTTERISGS. Hard scrabbled they to get away; Steve Andrews our well known Linton
count of lack of sand. Last Tharsday'THE SUN man boarded Hard scrabbled to jet home friend, is in town today.Ben .
in the little steamer Denny for a trip to t-- And many day'twill be they say
Pay car came Tuesday.
Milton Dick has to town to work
gone Ber as a club they'll roam.
Frank Idner took his initiatory degreein the canal work at Juno and soon was Potter is home and
again looking "
in Whidden's butcher shop. ;
: Sirkln, who has been ill for Odd Fellowship before taking the.. spinning np the Lake with Capt Frank .* none the worse for his outing. "? '.'

? days, is recovering rapidly. train to Miami Monday night. Averitte at the wheel and Chief George Cast.net
Maddx in the engine room, while D. C. law, and enjoyed by us natives. Miss Florence Redifer, of Lake, -.
ports having seen the air- Marshal Graham, doing the town Erwin footed after things generally "Breath is made of air. We, always Worth, was in town yesterday. ..

last week; probably too muchet. good service now in getting the streets around the decks. J. H. Dick, C. C. Houston and Sear's breath with our lungs, and sometimeswith

nicely cleaned up with the jail gang. Arriving at the mouth of the canal the mule were all engaged on tie work last our livers, except at night when Rev. E. Gale and Geo. A. Gale, of

biZ dredge could be seen in the distance week. our breath keeps life going through our Mangonia. were-in town Monday.
ill probably grow here but Dr. Pugh extracted 'tin bullet from looking like some big monster that had noses while we are asleep. If it wasn't ,

[this market at present are the back of H. S. Swain, one of the ne- gotten in and could not get out exceptby Willie Gale has just finished setting for our breath, we should die, wheneverwe J. H.Dick, of Mangonia, paid one of .

i the North. groes shot last week. Both the men > pushing ahead. On either side of out about aa acre of pines as an investment slept. Boys that stay m a room all his seldom visits to town yesterday.

shot are going to recover. the canal were lofty banks of sand and for himself.. day should not breathe; they should -- #
see the blue chalk mark dirt showing what an immense amountof wait till they get out of doors. For a Capt. T. M. Rickards was up from Bo-
walk it means a job of'reor M. E. Gruber writes from North Caro C H. F. Hammon fromp this .
material had been moved to completethe pt. was up lot of bo s in a room make carbonidde ca Ratone week, a welcome visitor. .
i some other carpenter. ling that he is putting in full time demolishing connection between the canal and 11m Beach calling on neighbor Sears which is more poisonous than mad

grapes, pears, peaches and the Lake. Wednesday morning. dogs though not just the same way. County Assessor, Nelson E. Cowlcs/'

[ pears made their first ap other like products of that prolific State, As we neared the dredge the familiar It does not bite; bnt that does not matterso paid a flying trip to town last,Thursday.
market the first of last
I our Capt. C. E. Merchant took a ran to "
came up from the Bayr George Zapf is' planting 40.000 pine. jiceof Dave McClardy greeted our ears Boynton in his launch Tuesday return- I long as it kills yon. -Ex. Charley Pierce and Prof.. J.- F. Berk, <,.,
dips his The and as we boarded the decks he was the '. i of here this t
apple on Juno'property. ing the same evening. Boynton, were one day
bulk of his plantage is of the Red first on hand to bid ,us welcome. Soon Mayor's Court Xotat week. __ "'

has left for his home in Spanish, though he is putting out some we received a hearty)nvitation to enjoy Capt. Ben Potter b in charge of the -

[Milton Dick, .of Mangonia, of all the fancy varieties.. supper with the Denny's crew and were L. W. F. Co's plantation during the ab i The grist that came to the municipalmill Geo. W. Lyman and Chas. Earnest, "

t position Whidden's Popa given the freedom of the big 4redge and I sence of manager Swift. I thus Car this week is the heaviest of Lantana, were visitors' to this city ,

Another boy or girl has an opportunity all in sight. After snpper conversation, that the docket has shown for many a Monday.

to ecure a free scholarship: Senator cards, reading and a social pipe whiled The "Mary B." went up to the inlet moon.
i fair hot weather attend- Geo. L. Swift, the of the, L.
Dimick has been asked to'make, an-appointment away the hours until bed time When a to go out Monday night on her way. to Monday morning Mamie Johnson was
Congregationaf church: Sunnite W. Fruit Co's plantation, left yesterdayfor
for tree scholarship from this roomy state room and a comfortablebed Jacksonville after a load of freight. tried Acting-Mayor C. H.-Bradley
visit in the North.Capt .
number being .from a :
; a
district. This embraces free tuition in were,placed at our disposal-and and her contribution to the town treasury r,

bia and Riviera suburbs.- any course in the Literary Departmentof that was all until, the rising whistle at The old railroad ties up along, the for disturbance and fighting was Js M. E. Spencer was down to' '
five o'clock next morning.At track injhis vicinity have all been cut and costs. .
the Florida Normal and Business Col-
er and milk shakes seem toiling town the Nighthawk on a bus. -_
al- lege at White Springs. Any one desiring S:3oa. m. al=bands sat down to a np and loaded into cars to be hauled off Frank Feaster and Joe Summers were ,
drinks about now, ? nw.Uip'I'neidaU-fti
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breakfast for fuel. .t "- *- hiuoD 'rl .. -'::,' -
octions' of lemon or lime the appointment should address smoking hot prepared by P. als6'beTor r-lIght : 1
I Barns, the efficient steward of the crew. their medicine was $5 each, or 10 days ,
Hon. E. N: Dimick particulars and
i somewhat contagious.er Capt Hunt having returned to his Frank Idner made a short, visit home .
each at work on the streets.. They are
requirements. Then came the six o'clock whistle and
___ i duties on the dredge last week Capt. C. coming up from Miami last Monday
man was in his place ready to do cutting weeds and thus improving the
C. Stowers has securedof every
J. E. Merchant relieved from and
was dnty morning returning en that evening'strain.
Kite flying to have already of Clematis Avenue. .
seems ifs allotted part as the rattle of the big appearance
> H. Dale Miller as clerk and is again enjoying the pleasures of .
of served its turn as the sport of the day, chains and heavy machinery announcedthe Alice Gorman hit the wheel of profanity i. "" i
ffice in the Fred y
: place his Mangonia home including fresh
resignation from this po- and,marbles have come to the front beginning of another day's operations and chicken.An eggs and drew a prize of fro or fifteen Capt. Will Moore and wife and Fred ;
effect last Saturday night.w Every day this game, in its different Capt. J. B. Hunt, in charge of days at hard labor. She is laboring C. Voss came up from Hypoluxo Island 1,

variations, may be seen in progress on the dredge, was vejry courteous in an- attempt was made to start up Sun I. hard-figuring on how to keep cool Monday for a day's shopping and business :- :.

is the day set for the com- almost any of our streets, and, strangeas swering the thousand and one questions day school again last Sunday. Eightwere for the balance of August. in town.- '

amination for free cadetshiph it may seem, its votaries. range from propounded, and in short order we knew in attendance. It will be tried Henry Johnson was tried for fighting;

Florida State Academy. W the smallest child np to grey. haired more,about dredging than we had again next Sunday and if the attendance but the Mayor thought he already had The city marshal was having the calf- ....

f, Prof. L. F. Hindry and Hon. men, old enough to be grandfathers, learned in years before. increases it is probable that the Sunday enough punishment and so dischargedhim. boose convicts clearing up Narcissis \

: are the board of examiners. and all playing the game with apparently The work is now completed up to school will be run indefinitely. street and hoeing out the weeds the first : ;

the same interest. where the old work done by the dredges The above were all Monday's victims, 0:f the week. 4

tarper, of Hypolnxo, brought Chester. and Uric left off a few years ago. James Bird, the iceman, still makes 1 rat Wednesday morning added another ,
B voice of Indian pumpkins of The naphtha launch Seminole running Much of that is to be done over and enlarged -I 1 iiis regular every other day calls around 1?air. Clifton Hall is addicted to pro- Chas. Gailliard, Purser ol the St Augustine -

ising to this market Friday.I the mail between this city and 1 upon the dredge Biscayne leaving I the Lake and seems to be well patron- I'anity, aud for the excessive indulgencen of the F. E. C. Transportationo.

It ve etable.that. grow herelid Juno was put in charge of Capt. Geo. i l everything behind her at contract I ized. People up this way seem to appreciate i: the habit to the annoyance of the was a passenger enronte .to Miami

winter almost any soil, Lawrence last Monday morning, Capt. (dimensions, viz: width, sixty feet and) ice cream, cool drinks and but- :public, he was given{5 or ten days; not 0 ia: Saturday last __

mpkin pie made from them is Schenck, who had been in charge of her 4 depth not less than five feet, though as'I ter that you don't have to dip with a seeding the $$ he is taking the ten vacation Capt. Schenck, who formerly ran the -: 1

neezed at. and so faithfully run her for so long a a matter of fact they are digging seven I :spoon this time of year. on the city highways Seminole between here and Juno ia re- V t
time, having stepped down and out. We ;Feet depth to allow for the wash of Annie Harrison likewise transgressed '
icrous mistake of protecting understand that.a word of two from his .quicksand which in some places fills in The launch Pinta was hauled out on the ordinance prohibiting lewd women ported to have left on the "Mary B. 'f., ;

i the waters of the State by re. Washington friend :Mr. McKinley is I two feet again.At 1 the ways Wednesday last, repaired and from parading the the streets after theI I or Jacksonville last Tuesday morning.

e sire of the net meshes is in what induced Geo. Zapf to put Capt the present time the dredge is removing -i:In the water Thursday morning, dizzy hour of 12 p. m. She is still in arrears ',',
ith the idea of making Legisen Lawrence in charge of this route. about three thousand cubic :and the schooner yacht "Siren" was at the assessment of $5 and costs. Professor J. F.-Berk, of Boyton, was In V .

who are good, clever fel- yards every twelve hours, making about once hauled out All necessary work All the above are negroes, but the list town: Saturday on business The Profes- -

have not a single qualification Mamie Johnson the negro woman one hundred feet progress each day on was done on her and she was afloat is not complete without the addition of soy is busy having pineapple slips set .

,-Cocoa-Kockkdge News. charged with doing the cutting in the the half mile cutting yet to be done. again by Thursday night the name ot James McCann to the roll oat and reports things lively in his '_
brawl in saloon night icighborhood. ..
Zapf Saturday ,
The straightening out of some bends on of honor. James is white all right, but
N man was subject to correc- was given a preliminary hearing before There of old and t
was a party eighteen,
the work'near Jupiter will next be he also is noisy, profane, obscene and E. Ben. Carter, chief of construction
week for using the.appellation Justice Livingston yesterday chargedwith new neighbors, gathered at the home of
tackled and there is every prospect of abusive in the extreme on certain occasions of the F. E. C. Ry., came in Monday .
port when referring to that assaulting Henry Johnson with a the work being dune by the single crew Geo. S. Rowley on the ridge last So often is this the case and so night and on Tuesday he inspected the :
ettlement two miles south ofle deadly weapon, with intent to kill. She Thursday night Limeade and lasses,
now at work within the limit of time set tired of it have the neighbors and his bulkhead work being done in front of
was assured' that Dixie is was bound over to appear before the cake and checkers and progressive
it is wife become of his conduct that on
ty the last, Legislature, though own the Palm Beach Inn.
ved and proper name agreed Circuit Court in the sum of $300 bail. thought by some that the managementmay pedro and peanuts were some of the complaint of Mrs. McCann and others
[those resident, so that here- Her board will cost Dade County over amusements of the evening. Having
put a double crew to work next he was put in limbo and then placed on t
all be Dixie in THE SUN. $40 before her case ever comes to trial. This drifted into a sort of mutual amusementclub trial The let him off with an W. L. Widmeyer attended a special; .
chances. Mayor
month so as to no meeting of the School Board held at Mi- ;
if other meetings are coming along in seutence-Jio fine or
issouri peaches were in mar- Rev. W. J. Cady, of Congregational would seem a wise course to pursue order. extremely light ;ami Monday. For some reason the -
for no other reason than to nave the fifteen days at labor on the streets.
irstofthe week but their size Church, gave a most forceful and County Superintendent has not forwarded -
't,. was nothing extra and the practical sermon on Sabbath evening route in first-class shape by the openingof Hardserabblers Finis. James does not feel in a particularly I us a report of the meeting, but will .

barges and losses by rot caused last, taking his text from the book of the freighting season in October. and public spirited mood, nor does he careI probably so in time for next week's
Capt. Averitte is fitting up a ferry The parents of the Infant ,to donate his valuable services towards
be anything but profitable tochants Ruth. A large portion of his discourse
I scow for the use of persons and teams Prodigy had their minds set at rest by improving the city highways so he is
relation of
who handled them. Oure treate upon the capital tabor I
raised tropical fruiu seem to or the duty of the employer to the traveling the County Road to or from his arrival foot-sore and weary last Wed- !counting the days till! sweet Septemberrolls Miss Addie Ledwitch, of Key West,

lost profitable to our dealers. employee as manifested ia the life of I'Juno. This is 13x33 feet in size and J. nesday nightHe around. He has been before the who has been visiting at the home of

Boaz and as contrasted with present I I Wenton, dredge smith, is getting out all reports the roads north of Jack authorities in Dade'so often that his: William F. Armstrong, Sr., left for her

ning with next Monday Key conditions Mr. Cady will, on next Sab- the hinges and iron work for it. sonville as hot and dusty, buc says the conduct when before the Mayor would Island home on Saturday's train. Miss

11 receive two mails a week by bath eve, deliver a temperance sermon, Capt. Hunt has an experienced lieu- worst part of the route was from Jack- not indicate any very great amount of Ledwitch made many friends during

Coast route. This in addition to which all are invited. The male quar- tenant in the: person of his mate, J. Mar sonville south owing to the hot sand and respect for the powers that be. Bread her stay here, by her charming aud

Iwice-a-week service they have tette will aid in the services.A tin. J. L. Phiuazee, one of the best unequal distance that the ties were and water and his fellow-guests at the lady-like ways. .

(Plant Steamship line will givebid known of the dredge attaches, is a valu- apart. Hotel de Graham should have a beneficial leaves
Miller for Jacksonville
City four mails a week, and visit to Commodore C. J. Clarke's able assistant, while A. Coolee, of St lie is home at last, however, and aftera effect on Mr. McCann and we trust I Charley
tr promise from the postal au- boat house on the east shore showed a Augustine is mastering the details of bath and rest was able to tackle both we will not have occasion soon again to Saturday and on Sunday he goes by
" I steamer to New York and from
s that in the winter season the half dozen men hard at work on the dredge work as a helper. The seven business and victuals with his usual mention the prominent part he takes in Clyde '
where he
Union Mich.
there to ,
City ,
[will be made daily. Commodore's yacht Alma, adding nine-, engines are looked after,by engineer E. voracity.The legal affairs. ,
teen feet to her length, finishing her I Mattox, while J. B. Isler holds the position Band, when last heard from, was The recent carousals rackets and disorder will assist as best man in the marriage
l.i of S. B. Dean and Miss Nina Wood.
generally have cheek, also up in selected mahogony and otherwise of watchman. To Dave McClardy still keeping the neighbors awake nights, are hard to account for, coming so I I '
\kins, they are necessities of his altering and improving her to an extent i i and O. D. Robinson is left the respon- in the Georgia neighborhood where be thick and fast The result, however, in'The event is to take place Sept ist

inent But the colossal c eeke that it will require an extended articleto sibihty of the wood supply for the I is stopping, by the discordant but would- replenishing the empty town treasury

pachydermatous condition do the subject justice. As soon as dredge and steamer boilers, most of be seductive notes he is blowing, with may be considered by some as partially A croquet party was given last Friday "

idividnal who, never contribute the work is.near completion THE Sum which has to be barged from Linton. what breath he has left, in the hope of compensatory for the breaches of peace afternoon at Altena Plantation in honorof i..
1 noted for the bospilalily of fairest damsels we have had to stand, Miss Adeline Ledwitch, of Key WrsUJ
support of the home papers, man will give a complete descrip-I The dredge boys are luring one Georgia's and public dignity I,
class expects them to watch his i tion of this, the finest yacht ever owned they always extend visitors, and away from her fond mother's side, and, but even the tenability of this view is ,J at which Misses Lulu Angevine, Alice
these sad to some of his fellow clnbites questionable when the ethics of good Belle Armstrong and Adeline Ledwitch
comment favorably upon them and run oh wateis. Capt. J5: obligations a say I .
I he has show of citizenship are considered. were the ladies present and Messrs. A.
ke him parade a) a citizen of im- Geer is superintending the work I claim some success. -
in all the officers and crew for courtesies However that be promise S. Lamond, Chas. H. Miller, L. F. .;'
e his community, exceeds the! sisted by that skilled yachtbuilderCapt to II i may we are -? \ :
of comparison to express. Wee A. T. Rose than whom no betterever 'extendedand. kindness shown him. on. that before many days the Band will b StihCPfba for 'PJ..e St111a; Hindry and W. F. Armstrong,Jr., were ::

line right here. If a bigger: mastered the trade. the occasion of this visit !home again and the circumambient! abjjjjjjVjjj the gentlemen in attendance, .'It

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the last** of any traveller can be nK.a.L -

q_ suited bj endi din mitJ' of tra;el i W.LMETCULF, NOTICEQT AFPUCAT10S BISCEAXCe.Xotfce pale fertilizer 8 pi05piate- ,:

.**4 '. Gur L METCALf' -'En Toa.1i. I ,ATTORNEYATLAV.n .. .b etrt.y civcm. that momtitfftertW 6
I wi practioei* BBtr,Bute and IWenJ deAa IIebaIf atthe1aWJ.H.BrPaa- .-
Y onville Fl"
T07 EUOSDKJT18 K THE 3CAUE rf the CoIInL1.Ala }ueQFsetTitortdtleEeiate d J. C Soar J'acl ,
r Florida Press Association. newt malady, aDd at least_a dozen <(, 8rs Blaek.werrtYda laed deceased ehalllle.final aixeftnt and "
JSead& Dade Coantj, iteid shah appljlotheConntyJadKe dPade Coaft-
.AlTIUATED MITH West Palm Beachers Jiare it. and from the dni>>-
>tjvXliKida.fardtKbarxe requiring
T If art
National hare it bad. The disease is like/ to MtratfoBoI Mtate._ you My

Editorial Association. die out somewhat before Spring, if l\.E.HETSEB, i I-lWim J.1LJmEL81OItD. A Vegetables Pineapples,Mcr ,
Exee or 4 t11r f"Ataie of 1II. Bteletord.1Tmc8 t
SUBSCRIPTION not sooner. .AT1T IlEl.'T.LJI.noo. A us and we can fire you l1KT1t
> to ? '
.,- One Tear,.in adcaat,, ,,,.. ...'%.00 -- FLO&lD! Przz1CLTIO.l for your money than anufatturer .yof u
( fix KonttMln den ._TLOO SPEADSG OF THE DEPLORABLE win practice in BB Courts clasps the Cmsry fax. <
court of DaM 6-15-97 l Dealer in tAil
uuut7.rarXi or
Theieltonthataad"anx. ,- -_ SOXTEBT need of canning factories in Florida Qma*T Gar nLU. FI.A- } -

for our surplus crops, the 1'alatka "'POPS. A t:.tAllraafi. SBiioe IB hersV =ilea that JuJj3Bta,19o she fuDowntf frtm any other Stoic- 3Jiifer $

.e PaLllI&O.EAC: ,.DAAe TBCBHPAT COTJtTT, JIOKIVA.AT AT TTST. Talk .Jdrerthier.-e1I It is a deplorable says:oionnentarj on poPE & CAMPBELL.COUKSEllMS. and named B&kefia&l that aetlerlab said proof proof filed win u wKioe Wmw be made s of of Jus Jjefore toe jnsn&oeto claia Clerk phltts,prices, eta, to abort :' .

QrcBn Conn.H TitMTlUe, Honda OB f epee
the tirtt and business tact of our
IrreLD Tea rest mn w 1I"EST.ALII, people:feat a tanning :factory tas E.f. Wetendorf Stitart Flay
fi not been established in or in dose 111 Fart Bay.&n.ct.ri17 Augyst
nrwex .r arceRD-cL6s .IUrrEL proximity to PalafkaEach .rearwitnesses 3acssoxtlLLE FLOnIDLC. ..tiL' for the rtrl:Seetiia..'fp. 11 A.. Baker Hol t
t the destruction from decay fie 1IUle;star foQowiec waaeeM 10 jat r I .
fwneer Paper of Dade County and the UMwilVubUotioo of thousands of bushels of pears :hw Motinaow residence upua and cotUvatioBut t
b on be Earl Court til.Florida plums and peaches that could be IT HOOD,)!. D., rod Iud TIC 1
easily obviated factories I lloraoe j.flatter,ol BtuUt l10ridLJa1IoIwIU. -i( lI"B\Pi..U JJ4UU U
bet*ten TUwTOk by canning -* --
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sad bey West.l that would utilize the prodigal .ama PHr81CLAW AND B'JBGtOM. frank Ftncfc. ? *
cf salable product At present Janie V.Powell,1A Baa Lome: FWida. : '
what we produce with one hand we Office and Beatdenee near Hoyal Potncia.aBesal ..- ... Cotton ,Seed Heal and FsHijt
,tAlM BEACH. .
&.tedcerthia6 >edwe the EAdt Cuaat"WET throw away with the other in .be tql1t.
t I utFloridL matter of fruits and vegetables.And
Cora Oils Floor, Fred, CriU
5 aslemgas this pernicious rule ob- PCGH M. D. Try THE SUM for Job Work. ,
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: tains just so long will prosperity -
CAK5OT THE JIEBCHASTB Of r I loiter on its journey nswards.If PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Materials

the: town all doer op their places of I we eba&ce -"pears: plums and Office in rear of Dimk-t'n Drag Store. \SEMINOLE BARBER SHOP .. .Building ,

business on one or two afternoons ineach peachee" in the above excerpt to Eesidenct-Wert Mide of Olive Street, 8 DoonSuutb JOHNSON WUB/DUUProp'n.
of ta iii tia Avent>& lime Brick Cement tsl ;
9 week,taking the time for rest, pineapples, tomatoes and gnaras S-26 ss VEST filM EEACH, FL& Fim das Tansorial Guaranteed work.Sotidiactlcnt ,

r, recreation, surf Lathing or j ort. the case still apply fitly to DadeOoantj -- I 6EKIS JLE HOTEL CLOCK: Tough on Flies."

The volume of business done could'jnet :. and our crying need. At Jensen i D B. POTTZE M. D.. West Palm Beach. .- Florida.

as well be crowded into five or on the Indian River, they bare rs!176The I Gurtnieed to Protect Homt and Cattle )

i 'fire and a half dare as to keep openTCTJ :a small. pineapple cannery which employs S-2S-6S PALM BEACH. Ft.a". $.1E-9fi Once; Main and Baj SU, tic

boar for six days in eaeh week about fifteen people and It ie Dade Bank s- -

t .5 If ererj merchant will agree to QG ;. kept running day and night. What J.A. PCGtt.DEHTIST.. County State ,

this no one will hare any bu!! netol *e need and must bare before permanent Palm Bench, FJonda.Authorized .
adractsge over another and the ttroDe *- prosperity erer comes to as CTOWB and Brides WdfL a Pipwrinlrr. 'I 0. W. WEYBREO

t r t can readily aeeommodat factories to employ our laborand Load Ajsaesthetie of Terttu teed IB xiractioB Capital 1100,000.
;, utilize Teeth Iit.: aeted Wlt out Pain.
themselves to the role our natural products. -
: soon ae Oft1CF. 4tb hour trout Cor Clematis Ave. Paid Up Capital U5JOOO. Dealer in Hardware, -
: they are'made aware of it. Other and Olive &

: .. aad larger to was.do this and find it DAYS OF GRACE ABOLISHED. 7-Z-W WEST,PAUl BEACH., FLOEIDA.r !PIIIHr. Stsai ari Sis Rtlsr, Mini PiMs. -

B desirable plan. Uerebante, gifejonreel On the 3rd of this month the law T. D-UIEL' E.H.D1MICK; President.OFFICERS: 1& Ceper of
vee and jour clerks an occasional ,
enacted v.Y our late Legislature E. i.BSELSFOB3. Tice-PretldeaL ,
hall-hofidaj. It won't 6HIIST.COCOA. .
ishing days of grace on bills and CEO. L. SSAtHIiE, CCW .,..
: ton or JOur hUI5 Detl8. IITDlAJf BJTtE,FLORIDA. I Dealer ia fluCpllo Pipe Fist a,4 Gccal tlsaMat LJit
prom HSOr.r notes, went into efteet. Niue a&d Haue .l EI >
j Feraishjaji fl f *., The: law also makes the payment of Brim ilca zWi Pall BuHi i I

THE Bowl paper falling due on Sunday or a legal WALLACE Office Hears Pmt IB a.a. to i p.tn.Etainl .
TEAT GOES tr from Carnegie MElT fOR THE ASiOTOil CQSSTH28IB1! ? IIiIAiII
to mature the io I- Successor.
and holiday day X. w.lZsbert ;
other armonr plate man 1- Btsidig Esrnsu Tnsssctei
lowing.Dajs. SEAL ESTATE AND l.n1.Af, I 'JI
factnrere ie indeed distrauunK- But of-ace.-ere originally only Agent Tic west Palm Beacb To we LoU, alto (;ol1. ctioa*promptly remitte OB day ifrtsijit. Estimates for Work and Ya rW. Oat.r both
why should not Code Sam make his Wnet feint mach Wcter Wort Draft bonrtt sad oM OB the prt-
allowed on foreiim bills, to en&bl XOTAKI PCBLIC. dpal atki d the Veiled Stale 4-29-97 I FarnishsL } I
owis armour plate: if be ends it necessary Ot-matis Avt-nae,meur Olive!btrert.
t do the dn1.or acceptor to provide 5-21-D7 watt 1a1Peuh,Horida. WEST jA t EACH.
to Iris !
own of
Y printing envelopes funds to meet the; bilL At fret thiewas

( 1- are thousands and other utationerj of There, otjr custom, then it became law GUY L METCALF, -ADAMS'- ESTABLISHED IS7S. w 1
:: and finally it attached to all negotiable -

.printing printing offices' to f-ompete for public It' instruments bills of exchange which except those j for the State KVTAflt of Florida PUBLIC of Large. City Jlarket.HyoaeatMEHT William A. BOUTS & Co.

lf.s were pavalledemand. on
t I ,
hi m s e I Deeda.lSortgftKes x.eaand Contracts
lie Itralifd.Cunvcjruieiiig .
r ftniia to jwmpere''''ln armour plate1 Hie laws f the different States--ar;I AC Work 4;tuo.raDu.eQ a LegnUjCurrecL Speeiitkr. fed
Grain Garden Seeds and
manufacture, and really no tomjethion -: by no means uniform on this subject -: Office in TROPICAL Krr Block. yon want good meat, and that

exist .for each plant does its:l but in this State it is DOW ythree et.i west Palm Beach. Dade Cwnntj, riurida.T ia the kind ala,.. on hank n.J

I special ue of work jet; they protest -' fled that a note or bin at : Native and western, 6 East Bar St, Jeckoanl/e, ..

because Fnde Eats is no longer' months,
willing to pay nearly twice what it the time stated, without !;rscx. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Salt and Pickled Ye Handle Only tie Beet and Most EeSakle heels. ACoaOeU6t ek d'

I eoete to eapply faimeelf with armour' I Sitfc Judicial rirtrki '*fieConaiyFlorida.Office and none but the best Hay Gun Oats HOST Bran WtetJUta"
plate. Eeallj, this is too bad, but, in Vawer Block. ,

poor firs Carnegie must stand it,f'J'j A GOOD 1KVESTXEXT.- j.29"97 WEST FAUt BE4 .l'LA. A Mafl Oesm order Market Promptly and Polite Fffled.Atieatkou i Meal Bolb Bi.e.e. *
arhUeatleast.TTira j> Sometime ago we advocated in 1 1 8 a a a ,

tr. J. these column the publishing and circulating t YAxLLIS tHEES. CEO. O. BTTLEK.DHEES The Old Stand-On Clematis Avc. el T1rBOLJ1tt .

1 &'BUTLEK.SURfETOXS West state Ag\:ats For Tygert-Ailen Fertlll2%
THE:ooitpLETtas of the canal] a pamphlet: showing the ad- Beach.
j rertfiiun-euiutMid A..Jr U, tlrfage Tree and i'e !
Star Bead +
work between Indian Hirer and Lake I vantages of this section as a place of AND MIL MBIKEfSS. 71.97 GEO. S. ADAMS, H'gr- (,awed Ji Worth the people of the Lake are residence and as a place where m OnOIDce -t \\"e rain &a ekLaadi Then f"JniliaerIU1't M superior i.the Maria art trol ri_
j send forCstakCae,t *-!-
promised the establishment of a line I ey could be made either in agrieul.. fenny feelBCiijit ub-diride and tD'sdiaglasda and maps focav lurcinbed. i

of passenger and freight steamers tural pursuit cr in factories,and the tot tor and aadeadmatttutlmitxaeyeeiattr.eol'ftCters ganraeu'-d. AH Carg- A. B. Campbell i -w

between il' Lake and 'Titusrille, like and tried to impress upon our mnnicfcUoD. by men receive prompt atteattuu. eon>- .,rT T .;..,y..d..T'"T; r
Mao and Bar
Prints at Lo.'ert T"'l
h there eoD11t'Ctinith the J. T. A ELW. eitiiPBS the advisability of issuing eeLf' i PALM BEACH.FLA. 11-7-55 (Mgr Ladden & Bates So. Mode House)

.R,. for Jaeki ontille. This serTiee such a pamphlet and the profit thai .

we understand,is dependent on would accrue, not aID y this section, rr J. FLOOD. Jacksonville, Florida. G. G. SPRINGE
1- what arrangements can be made but to the whole County from doing ARCHITECT AID iBt10EA.

+ with West Palm Beach or some other 60,but no action .as taken and the Piseesed PpedfieatioM fur PIANOS i
any etyle of
Lake point,for suitable terminal matter was allowed to drop. BildjJUC.
faeOi&ee That Fourteen years eipmenee In Dt.I iRal ..unfadnret, Retailer aDd Shipper d. .
,and what may be expected I a pamphlet would haTe So1lUltnl1: denes. 1-ibY;
in the way of freight patronage at I done a great mount of good there WEST PAUl BtACS F1Ar1DA; |

the hands of oar Lake merchant .is no gainsaying, and if one -

1 :: and growers of fruit and truck. If j,i sued now it would be of great bens M. B. L. oDSOx. Best Hales, Lowest Prices : -

4' ..1 what many merchant and growers fit, more so to this section than 8 Easiest Terms. I ICE

; promise(is to DP tidied on, the patronage j similar one would be to almost any

.' feature is assured. As to terminal other County in the State and, that mAm; Sheet Mnsk, ilnac Books and Small HDDistilled

l facilities, that opens set er- !other Cooties hare found cuch an Investment -** Florid.s.i Instruments of AH Cod* at Rock
r ; .t1l interesting profitable the .,...Bottom Pncei.
questions as far ae following
Weet Palm Beach is eoneerned.Competition >goes to show: .. \ .SON WEATIIEKFOKD. Write fr Free CaUlcre. Water

] should beard will bees rnestt Three years. ago Leon County expended TONSORIAL ARTIST.
2.000 far 20,000 of a ,
t Ij and loyally vncoaraged. If THE pamphlet, and has received copies one set Sharing Parlor next door to Pout-Office. West E. H.DI1UC ;
Sex cues ap the situation eorrectlj | tier for each f 5 thus paid out. The T-1-5I Only WhiU Barber JaTwwa.UAGXOLIA Propric tar :
the oture of West Palm Beach | supply is exhausted, and the board ger
reete lon Ice C1cih freeun nl
| has wisely decided to make another Palm ,
largdj the balaoee depending units [ venture in the same direction.-Ex. BARBER SHOP
attitude towards the line t bas The pamphlet above referred iwas )
promising eompetitJon. The a rerr. .handsome and expensive B. B. EAOWS, Proprietor. Beach filer C@Dlen.I .
near one aDd ifpavs to get out a goodone
: future will enable DI to say more on when it can be done. Putting Fine Work by a Firstefais Batter I
this eobjeet. the attractions: and
resources ofcoaat2ybefore a FACTO
Shop on Olive street.. Drug .
4 the people of thevi'jxi doonbmtk ,
ot Tbe Sun office.Spanish ffed I
: St eK' :- 4a e ibetr farm
If rows! fJOULD-BE A6SCBED that en aDd infeaors to come and iaves- I Cocoa and West Palm BeD !
.. next winter ti ate and the county will get back ... -Store.
they will hare
thive directly in taxes all that it cost to and 3
tf routes open for trarel between ?.-.> get them located to say nothing of 2 JanlT.tf ,
and Jacksonville what the benefits- which will accrue to -DEALERS
an impetus it IS- -
other citizens
mould give to travel hitherwardl As may be naturalj inferred from ancl"Pineapp1e
We refer to the almost eertaia establishment the above Leon has 400 new settlers: --
of the directly traceable to the pamphlsts
,. passenger steamer she sent out. It is fair to presume Drugs, Toilet Articles
ser lee between Tltuflvflle and that each of these settlers will,averaged -, Slips and Suckers DO NOT FOEQET......

Lake Worth. This would mean tha up pay more than f 5 county For teak,(4 the ro2owing Varieties,tit- r
taxes alone each year and thus it Abbaka, Porto Rico, Fine
the tourist coald come by rail all the will be seen that as an investment Smooth Cayenne, Stationery and npsRussell & CDRUGGIS1iJ.i
way from Jacksonville to TltturOle, for the cake d county finances alone

-,, on palatial Steamers from that pointto #Ot her might profitably {01- Ripley Queen,Egyptian Golden Queen Queen, ., Druggist Sundries.

Lake Worth traversing! the low the example of Leon "a the Whith Antigne
a beautiful Indian Hirer; or he E wonderful resources.-Bartow Ccurier Prescriptions Carefully
down Compound
come historic St. John* Informant, EUfiUe.eJlTtorT '
Hirer t/eteatmr from Jacksonville ijaric ran be made *art ol dte East Coast Bnslnms Solicited. WE
We still have trait
good reason to be J hoe ebb naitattoa aavinx bass picked .
to rianford, thence by rail.a ride of; lieve I that oath a pamphlet would be Ian lBoati. 3UP1$to WEST PALM n \( lIt 6.10-.6.
(, two boors to Tito6T i C.C. .
lie and down Ii! a good investment far this County MATTHAMS,

the Indian Hirer, past tie pineapple or, if tbe niiUifiuiHbCwpai; 'W
Y County did not see fit to issue ----- rlame and latent if
l i t plantations, orange grove and I one, it would be profitable even -21-97 Wes' Palm Beach, Fla cords"WASTED ft. TO COSTRXCT fATJoadr tOOO
wood, both
track faring of that pietureeqoe f'eeJ I For this town to do so split J Teen pine KghtiraoA tri A Fresh Line
r though we : ,iV v' (*,* ."* and fijjo of Tenney's Candle
tion and on to Lake Worth bj enwould much prefer the Conntv to be lresto 1 hits .: un of

t yinnotuttrpoT easy stages, This i91 fl r 1 the one to doit, Slb!nD? r fore SI t, I Worth fJ<

7-T "1 : :::::::, west 1F

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PETITION; FROM PRODUCERS., ''The materiala GirW Evening in vogue DTCMM.fcrycunggills' .'SEE DEALER. --. ., .
DlR11. M
CRUBE! J1tidwaiieand
.e. ; gowns! for evening parties arfl IN..,
First One From Hlllsborongu County Will simple but dainty," writes Isabel A. .

Be Scot U the Commissioner Mallon in Ladies' Home Journal Fresh, New Crop, llelldiie
Lightweight silks, chiffon over silk Ct1oeketfY':
'" r
OD organdie or dotted muslin developed in Varieties best adapted to Florida. .
|Tbe following pe which ex. ; ; Gbuware,Lmps and Lantern. "-
the same with decorations of youth. -
way Special Attention the -
s itself, according to the Plant City givenjto:
ful looking laces and many ribbons East Coast Trade. All Kinds. of Boat Coods.
urier, is intended to be circulated for makes particularly pretty gowns for | Stoves,Tinware,Doors,Saab and ElindaA1

natures in tfillsborongh County Evening wear. The ;young girl's bodied Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention]I I 1i O I* All Kinds of Fishing Tackle and Sporting- Goods, -
the Honorable Board of Railroad U made either and finished
quite high L. Quick Meal Caroline Stoves. Blue Flame Kerosene Oil Stores.
\Commissioners, Tallahassee,Fta. with a soft frill about her neck or bled CAMERON Harrison Ben*.'Ready Mixed Paints.
GENTLEMEN : The Pioneer Seedimau of Florida. Tinshop m connection with Store.
it is cut out in what is known as the
We the undersigned citizens and vegehie 'Dutch square.' Long sleeves or elbow 8-107 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Large Galvanized Tanks a Specialty.

growers of Plant City, Florida, {raffs are propel. with the'Dutch square.' Contracts taken'anywhere in the Coanty for Tin Roofing,.Guttering
it tins method of laying before
your Plumbing,Etc e-t-96
ind obtained
many picturesque are
inorable body the following facts relive
to Shipping eggplants in orange by this combination. No matter -

es or boiest' rate* of freight themothet how rounded an arm may; be, nor howirettf HOTEL The -. '
:d i \ Vegetable the hand evening gloves should Palms The Peacock Inn

It is conceded by both growers andmmission b ie worn with the party dresi .The fad U. D. HENDRICKSON-

merchants that the best Is not an absolute necessity to the evenng -LOCATED ONBiSG&Ypie- ,
own packtige.or rate to ship eggplant toilet, but it is always a pretty Now Open for Winter Travel.
is the regular Florida orange crate addition. SAY,
nd a graceful _.
sighing General
ah! when filled Merchandise
upon average
''China corded
.,.. silk lightweight
llh eggplant, 50 pounds. This pack. silks, chiiloh, frga&die and mnslin arts All Modem Improvements,. Electric Five miles sooth of Miami.
;.e has been used now quite awhile for Bells; Baths, Etc. The oldest and largest Hotel .
the materials dedicated to the young Wholesale
the rate them being theme
a purpose on ,
as on other vegetables in regular girl When any one of these is made up $2.00 f 0 $s.OQ PER DAY. on the Bay. Direct Gasolines and 86.- Salt( Groceries Paints t (iiI 0 thin ,
ckages to-wit, 69 cents per box by extra for evening wear, the lining should be Address-%'%' Railroad and Steamer can.neGtion *
from Plant City to New York and of a lightweight, but not a corded silk wiLhFALM

her points in proportion. Last season br an inexpensive satin. Pale blue turSoise "THE PALMS Hats Caps Sloes Dry Good Seeds Trots
; transportation Companies made a << b'ne; rose and Salmon pink, pale BEACH, ,
ling that all shipments in orange box. and beat of alt white 1-16-96 West Palm Florida.
gray, are teach,
or crates should pay the same rate ot the colors in vogue for the young girl .,' "- and daily Steamer and Sewint Machin I )Hardware.I d
as if
Ight they were oranges, to-wit No matter how charming the heliotrope Launch connection with' ,
cents per box or crate from Planty
by express to New York, and other shade may seem, it should not be chosen ..... MIAMI. Agent for Mapes'and Wl11ia Clark'
tats in proportion. So this unjustion for a young girL And no matter how JOHN N. C; STOCKTON, President. Fertilizers.AntiFriction .

made it quite hard on the grow. lowing and attractive a bright red RAYMOND D. KNIGHT, VicePresidentTHOS. Rates$2.00 ptf day and opmard.GHJISPEJIGDGK&SONPropr's. Iron Marine RailwayFor
of this vegetable. fabric is it is inartistic as a party P. DBNHAM, Cashier.
ransportation companies less com- dress and should on no account be JAMES D. BAKER, Assistant Cashier. Boats 75 Feet ia Length and Coder.

ssioni, receiving about all they sold !hosen. In this connection it may be Steamers -
r. What we want is that a fate of 50 aid that the prettiest of all party dressesor -

tits per orange crate of eggplants bee a young girl ia the one made of OOCOANDTGBOVE.ILA. "Lake Worth" and "Gladys"On
from Plant City to New York andr a-lj-tf.
points in proportion. White material"HaU National Bank Of .4- Lake Worth.

transportation'Companies1.excuse or (' '
ii>U for ch'argidg Same rate on eggmt ** r For Small Xalde.... I CEO.S.HACKER&80N Schooner"MARY B." regularly between Lake Worth and Jacksonville.Free .
in orange crates as if they were fox children' it is always well to.
anges, were that parties might take make your design as simple as possible. the State of Florida Delivery Boat on take Worth.

vantage and ship oranges as eggplantt Avoid two shades of, ribbon, if one will 8.1.90 Lake Worth, Florida..
we hold that it is a very easy mat- .
do well and number
as any unnecessary:
r to tell the difference: as an orangex
full of eggplants; weighs upon anav- of feathers and ornaments.
kge of 50 pounds while an orange box Nothing is more becoming to the : '--TRANSACTS A-s .

"I of oranges weighs npon an average email girl than mull and lace. She can

So pounds. So you can.readily see bear it in most delicate tints next to her .
: difference. We also in this petition fresh young skin, and it will add only GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. T. V. CASHEN

|l your attention to the entire vegeta- hew charms to her clear, laughing eyes. ,
rate from this point being too high. Plaited ribbon or Bilk is in great de- w
i se.t forth,the argument that if reas- brimless ,
nand for hats and little
a tsle ana ju>!t fate of freight on oHe of Is needed besides, sometimes very merely a Accounts of Bankers,-' ".- .Manufacturer of and Dealer In
i infant industries, to-wit, trucking of
r State especially the southern por. rosette of lace being quite sufficient If Merchants, Manufacturersand MANUFACTURER OF
n was established, the acreage in veg- anything more is needed to give added
bles would be increased thereby Ohio frills may always be used.in contrasting Individuals solicited.... Doors
ring more business for transportation colors. YELLOW PINE LUMBER

pIe and bringing more money to the Hats of mull are fashioned on wire Sash

Ind were and tillers of the soil frames and a great advantage the Capital and Surplus $$190,000. Blinds.
now in conclusion we humblyy material is its soft, yielding quality,
that you gentlemen take this under advisement and if
see some-
dg cannot be done that will be ben- plaited in fine machine plaits, it may be Issue oar own drafts to all the principal -A1TDBuilding -

Jal to all concerned We do not laid about the crown and face without cities in Great Britain, Holland, Material

|h the transportation companies to the.least difficulty.A Belgium. France, Switzerland Italy, OoaldtgsTdrdcdWork! Fiatj Scroll Work,Pick,Is, Lath Orange aril Vegetibb tales
il'our produce for nothing, for we unique design for a curly headed pain, Portugal and Germany. CHARLESTON, S. C.
Jize that the railroads have 'been aat miss has a straight crown bf lace standing -
benefit building up our sunnyd like a halo above the head, With Jacksonville.Florida I LARGEST FACTORY SOUTH. Jacksonville, -, Florida.. 7.28.97
but we do want them to let us live. bow standing erect on each side con 8-2H7 1 '"Send for Prices.ScrThc .
banking you gentlemen most kindly nected by a narrow band. The lace ia
r your attention and trusting our pelon that most becoming shade of ecru, and .
will not find its way to the waste .-
bket, we are, Yours Most Truly the ribbon is corn colored scattered
moug the' duties of the Railroad with small red roses.-Boston Journal. for cp'As Sun.A .

f omission will be that of considering French Collets. The Sonthorn Fuel and Supply C COffipany,1-Wholesale

plaints of this character and rem-
Borne of the diminutive autumn capes
if possible the grievance set up by that only cover the shoulders are quitefrequent111lnished And RetAil Dealer In-

'Complaint. .During the past week with very long, narrow By a Brand new Company,who is ani'oug to get your trade.

done heavy freight payer of incom- stole fronts, or those that teach to Bichmond ia in a fertile valley near Lake Champlain a section: Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cem

; freight to us, "I pay 90 cents from the waist line only. Velvet, satin and not unlike the fertile pasture lands of England The Dairy
Brand .
usvil1e to this point for the same moire are all SedI witH trimmings of to Products locate their of this factory section at are that famous point prompted the Company. ent Shingles and Laths.

erchandise I 60 for from chiffon or mousseline de sole, bat capes ,
pay cents New The milk 1*quality not surpassed by any brand and has
aville.;" If this be true why is itat formed of the dress fabric or of ISdies'cloth been subjected to every teat before placing It with the bny- '

one-half more is charged for 160 are also fashionably nsed. It only :1Iilk 1 er It to offel**lo uU confidence that it will give tatbfactloa, Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick. .
requires two yards of silk to make one with general guarantee that It U
shorter haul than for the long Of these little French collets,with snffi-

ail. Said another; 'We pay more dent handsome jet and spangle passe Absolutely Pure and Full Weight
i crate One hundred miles menterie outline in and
nearer to a yoke points
ckionvilie thin is Charged from Mini ,over the standing collar When made in every respect equal to Brand loW at MUCH higher price,and not to be Office 408 West Bay Street,

and it costs the railroad fifteen fit the dress goods of different gowns, a compared with the average cheap mflfc, which Is periodically given a new
ots per crate additional .to bring the pretty variety is obtained, but eoonom- name and the old cans re-labeled when HO longer salable under the old 4-28-97 J aeksQt1vil1e, flotrida.
ical with rin to name. To introduce it more rapidly we offer you for ONE WEEK ONLY
general flenr-
getables from the Keys to Miami, Three Trial Cans
ice choose becoming black cape,either
is is another of the seemingly unjustu of satin velvet or corded silk knowing .CHAMFLAIN :BRAND

that the Railroad Commission will that it will do duty as a handsome wrap
called to consider. for 25 cetfttf. Regular price, 10 cent per can; per cl1eIf 4 dos. $4.50. Florida East
upon above whatever gown it may be wornOf Coast Ry..
That rates on Florida railroads mustcessafily course it is always necessary to haveat

be higher than on Northern least one utility costume, cape or PLEASE REMEMBEK TIm. Tabl.Na -V.r..C14 &e "..... 1891.
iiroads, wheVe more business is done, jacket included, which will prove euita- ,

perhaps true yet that does not exlain times when richer fabrics would That if there is anything that is nice we have it. SOUTH BOUND (Bead Down). NORTH BOUND (Bead Up) 4

away what seems like gross dis- jock but of place. This season the longer That no one can undersell us. 1\ 0 oJ9 ATION I 0 78 o ..
'minationinrates. All the growers ; capes have a natty tailor air, with it ::::a. ...... D5p ..... r....... riUe .Al.8 Oe -
That will pay you to trade with us. lOb .. 8 i6P ...... AI'.s' Augu.tts..Lv.. i ...... 0A _.._ ......
Ik is a "live and let live policy. Fore strapped fronts braiding and small buttons ...... 10 ...-... ...... ...... Ly..8 ". AunattDe-.Ar. i...... ...... ...... ......
| railroads to crush the growers out and flat gimps in rows. The golf ....- ......110 ...... .. ...... .. ...... Hugn L. ..... 410 ..... ...... ...... ...... r
r high or discriminating rates is like handsomer than -Philadelphia 'BURKHARDT'SDoy0uwanU.STEAiVi ...... ..... ...... ..... ........E&n Pa1 tka........ 4 uP ...... ...... ...... ......
the that laid the capes are ever. ...... I1a0n.a....... ...... ...... .Ar..PtJr.tka..Ly. 415p..... ...... ...... ...... ,
tilling goose golden Telegraph. .. .11 .... ...... ..... v..........Palatka... ......At. 466 ........
g." There is mutuality of interest ...::. l{5p....... ...... ...... .Ar..8&n Mateo. ....... IOp ...... ...... ...... ......
tween the and the carrier .... 106. ...... ...... ... .. ......... o:..... Lvr..1 fi6 ...... ...... ...... ......
grower ; Mr. Stowe Grandmother. ....x.19. MIl ...... ...... ...... Lv..........Ormoad...........Ar.. t ...... ...... ...... ..;...
'ne cannot well get along without the ...,,. 106....... ...... ...... II ........Dhytoeu ..... ......
1 of the other and the rights of each Mr* James T. Fields, in The Atlantic ...... 1151> ...... ............. .......Pore Grange.. .. II t 82P ...... ...... ...... ......
mid have due regard. quotes from private letters writtenby ...... 1 p ...... ...... ...... r .......New 8 ....... I lOp ...... ...... ...... ......
BOAT? ...... t 1Ip: ...... ...... ..... .. .........Oak HUi. ........ II 1113p ..... ...... ...... .....
|We have faith believe the after the advent of
to that Mrs. Stowe soon -.... 1i2a ...... ...... ...... .. .........TltunUJe......... llfiBp ...... ...... ...... ......
!road Commission will see to it that her daughter's baby, suggesting a new ...... 1 top ...... ...... ...... ........:cat. P o tat ........ 12 alp ........ .
iese rights are properly considered, ..-.. 1'1)1 ...... ...... ...... II ...........Ooooa ......... 11 lip ..... ...... ...... ...o.
way of settling the woman question: -We have them to sell, and if we have none ...... I .........Rookled a......... l2lJip ...... ...... ...... ...... i
hd through its medium that a better "I am doing just what you say," she hand to suit we can build...... ...... 4( .........Eau Gaille......... .. II ...... ...... ...... ......
pint of amity will be brought about be- on ...... 4 ........_..Eanlo........... 1186< ........
een freight and freight re wrote "being first lady in waiting on ...... '5p.-. .........lIelbourne........ 11 ...... ...... ...... ......
payer his new majesty. He is very pretty, JUST WHAT YOU WANT. ...... ....?....Ro5e1aDd."....... 106'i ...... ...... ......
iver. ...... .........8flbutuua......... lOb ...... ...... ......NIZCI
.. and and his little
> very gracious good ...... a..Lento......... II II ...... ...... ......
Railroad Coramlsilaners mamma. and he are a pair. I am gettingto We are also prepared to furnish ...... .OIp! ...... ...... 5 00It. ....... Fort Pieroe........ s II ....... ...... ...... I IO0
Meeting. ...... .B6JI...... ...... IlJia II ...........Eden............ II 110'2& ...... ...... ...... 14 ,
old fool of and to
be an a grandma, ...... ...... ...... /80a ..........JeDI8lL.......... II&7a ...... ...... ...... 3809 .
The is the official notice ofe think there is no bliss under heaven to Outfits lor ...... 6 ...... ...... I ............8taan.......... :. tl49a ...... ............. .())6J
Following with baby. Later she wrote Pumping Irrigation. ...... 'Olp..... ...... 'lia II ..........:AllcIa........... 8&'iA ...... ...... ...... 1800
place and time of the State Railed compare a ...... T tip ...... ...... 8 I ........nobe Sound........ II 8l3a. ..... ...... ..... 1 t6p
on the same subject: "You ought to see ...... 'B4p ..... ...... 85/ja .......Wes Jupiter....... II 800s....... ...... .......1100
> Commissioners meeting and anyd my baby. I have discovered a way to Write or call on as for Anything in our Line that you need. ..5a..1118! .

every one with any complaints to end the women controversy. Let the ...... 8 MIp...............1315 .LiDtoD..........; e 47a....... ..... ...... II I.
eke should present them by.mail or all that they won't take B5p ...... ... lS5p "i..Fort. Lauderdale-... II 553a ...... .. .......... 7 l406p 1s
women say Merrill-Stevens Engineering; Co. ......10 ...... ..... ......:, 60 .......... ...... IYta0e
i person at this meeting: care of the babies till the laws are al. ......103))) ...... ...... tSJp! Ar..,........Miami..Lv.I I'IOa1...... ...... ...... 5l
OFFICE tered. One week of this discipline would
op Florida. A.a W.BRANCH Trains B2.S5,r:and 'Z8.between Jac1onYille
RAILROAD COMMISSION bring all the men on their marrow Jacksonville, aDd 8t. Augustine daIIr.
STATS ot FLA., } bones. Only tell us what you want, they Jio.1. STATIONNs.2.ha Tram 1, between Miami and roll

TALLAHASSEE July 26th, 1897.! would say, and we will do it. Of course proprietor JACKSONVILLE MARINE RAILWAYS, I I alp 16p NOiL Ly..Ne"Ly..LakeHeD.Ly.SlIIyma..Ar.! 1116p J Sip t 125p 66 Pierce Train daily aM, except between Sunda'Fun Pierce sad

In accordance with the Railroad Com- you may imagine me trailing after our I Up LT..OrugeClty.Ly. 19p 1 Miami dill].exaept Monday.I .
Florida 6-24-07 15p .A.r..OraDII. Ctty..Ly..U 15p I E5p Trans i5 and 18 south or 8& AUlD
of in .
Law the State ap- little king-first granny. waiting. tine daily except Snnday.
Eission May 8th, 1897! the undersigned, \
Commissioners of said Steam WKbtle .fte8te._. t
'State have made certain schedules, }
.The cause of Bound in%steam whistle :BEELSFOED BEOS. '
rates hey purpose rules and'regulations and intend to, which revise I Iud ia the same as in any form of whistle "BISCA YNE" e i-1

adopt for the government of the I or an organ pipe-Tic, a vibration of -
''anspbrtation of freights passengers the atmosphere induced by a vibration RealEstateandInsurance If appointed Perform Service u follows: .

ind cars, on the railroads in said State. set up in a steam jet directed again Lav KLttO 10 JO p.nu Wednesday and Saturdays connecting with Train U.
- Now therefore; Notice is hereby the edge of the bell, the vibration of
'ven to all railroad corporations doing the air or steam column in the bell in Loan KIT WEST: I&a.m.Tuesdays and Friday
usiness in in said Stated Palm Beach, Florida. Connecting at Miami with Train T8, 10Uow1 morning. !
wholly or part, financing the tone according to its length .
to the public generally that said and diameter.-New York Ledger. J.P.BBCIWTTH, J.D.KAHNEB, :
.ailroad Commissioners, before revising Notary Fu.blicCottages to Rent. Tiaras Kaupr. A>>' Oen.Faaaeocer Ageoi.
ring, adopting or allowing said schedle In New Jersey wheat raising costs St. Augustine Da. 1J
rates rules and regulations, wil ..
; Therefore the Jersey
$20,29 per acre. 6.1.97 Post-Office North of I'oineiana Hotel.
old a meeting for the consideration ofe vegetables and berries Building,
same at Tallahassee on Wednesday man the of New York and Philadelphia i
ie 25th day of August, 1897, at 9O'clockm. for Strawberry Plants

t All railroad corporations andersons _
> interested will be entitled to aeapnR. X of Leon and Castile ws
R. H. M. U\yIpQl!? the Wise. The same pUt was besowed SUBSCRIBE FOR -THE SUN All Varieties best suited to Florida and the East Coast. Send to JOHN" B. BEACH

H. E. DAY upon Solomon,king of th<:Jews, Charles e & CO., MELBOURNE: FLORIDA, for Special Price List just QUt. a.

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; THEY SAtThatthereareoneortwokids- FUll AND ACTS. That WOIDM- over there loot M h ** CiyDirectory. -;::

: lht QTrDpicHI.un.; were 6ir.paiuteii-that Is mr wife. ...R&X.i,4LCZsOap
in this With I had not flniahed my MBtenee. She looks ., COcOARVTGCQCOA

,bwn who look as if they were natural WItty SarlDglftt..p..CS: att.h painted by EapMel and had OFFICERS. 1IE1.O.B. STEPBEJ'---
ont ot the frame.thtBltLGoans
Btialnaaa Bargain Jut stepped _
) born orphans. J. P. J.UlOND _- 1laJOl'J. r -

WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. That, of all inventions, the telephonehas Maltby sells Fine Crockery. Clematis by Avenue the dozen Supply peck Store.or bushelat JOS.[.E.CLENN.EU4OTT. __ -_. _-_ _...AMesrJut.J.l'OtTElt Clm' .JEtSETT OBESCrUCT.EVEKCtAUg.PLrL1igS. .;.

caused the most talk.. 2l5Sffl.. .._ ,.
"Wbatdoatbf sew woman want<< FUp-i thought her family opPOMJ fOIL ED. A. GRAHAM Ti_ ---- "'-
GUY I. METCALF. ..That the cigarette. is a very efficient 'She doesn't kuo.but she's RO'ng to get iE.Demorest's ." : low did you wia her mother's<< consent? --

hol killer. Magazine. i Quip -We were pawing tarcagh a tnnnei. BOARD OF ALDERMEN. MINNIE M. JUT.... -
EDITOR AND MANAGER. and in attempting to steal kfcw from her I ,.
Shoes at cents I I"GEO. : -
Pine Rubber Bottom 50 kissed her mother -Truth,
That in Nebraska it is the law
.. president LISTOS.W.A.H.HOBBS : -
'.t for a man to have a deck of cards in his Musical Instruments and Strings at JOHN B BEACH- --..A. S. LAMOND -

-- YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION, $2iii ussession with more than four aces in it. Call at Russell & Co's and get a Idner& Son's, the Pioneer Jewelers. 1. A. STJlA. tIThER"D IUIA.1OCEO.", .1.H.BRAtJLEYC.am ,. BRANNINGILw.

glass of Klondike Soda."Mits and 3d T10cGy is
I meeting on the ut BOIXT05.
and SmJiben hire Alt- .
That is von
: a man'1taIkiD apparatus .JHlUU-11Ce What was the trouble? each montn it n>P- IlL ilAUDCEP----- .-.
twice as large as a woman's; "How'Specie What hat did lost nhedor"Oot her rood namc. HambieD-Oh,the tool thought he bad .. --. -

That a woman makes up for the dif < Cleveland J.eader.
ference size by using hers twice as $7 Crash Suits for$5 50 at Anthony & MI-Eo N. DIMU'KWEIL -_." -
Seeds at
mach. Miller's.That Fresh Vegetable and Flower OFFICERS.

That more than one new woman looks- new boarder -never opens his he id Dimick's Drng Store., A. E.HEY8EB...."... ... County .JiJgA .
about the hot weather." She "Why U it that yon never will come .1' QCIJIBY........ ...Cirewt Court CertB6BTr
; AMONG OUB n re like the old boy. .." "I should say not; he in U the Ice business.- home CHPBOHES. Chicago Record. He-"'BeeaoMl find it impowiUe to ehaoreh !. CHILLL"lGWORTHIlIert! !
'" That some folks in this town will be habit formed when we cern eoornag."- C C. H.\1CBT ... ... .._,... .Tax Aaeseof Aid Why Should U. JiM Pe,

\ 1J Time and Place of Service, Special angels soon if they don't stop. behaving Maltby, the Expert Undertaker Detroit tree Preas. T.J.HAIiDER..TaxLollectorJ.F.L4MOD_ ....................TreaauierPANKLYN Am bylaW. liek

4' .. ; Notices, Week-Day and Sun- themselves. Teacher Why did Oemoetheoe put pebbles When in town be sure to stop at the SH .......Pablie....Instruction..81U\f1or D*. ... tJ
a r- in his mouth'TommyCause z.T.MERKITT_S.p'-
dar Meetings. New Seminole Hotel. CEST.ftti
f That is form of human
pie a depravityThat he ten his terbaccer plug at iaa _
... the one who: starts a lie is generally home. ma'am.-Brooklyn Life.Vine Sarepta-What would yon do if a young ...... .. Lake WorthG.W.LAINIIAJtT Onto t*I .
ftt ?i EpUeopal Services.Enscor man called on you and turn the light np after K.w.PITTS.Chairman mttfethat
hurt the worst by it. Crash Suits at $4.50 at SIRKIN'S you bad turned it down? ._.............Paln. l>aefc JUra -
UI BAZAAR. Call and see them. Marie-I should turn him down.-Cp to W. T. SHOSE ......._.......Coeoaant Grove : ..it.
AX,CBUKCH-Bethesda-by-Ute-Sea. That some politicians would be over. E.LWHITE ...Lemoi City
4 N. MCLFOBD "Do the theory that man is a free DateMisses' W. &. TA CJt&..-..Hoioe Sound :4ikit'uvliIe
EEV.-J. Rector. lid you accept
at & _
I__ 3ft "". Krv... Fm-jAMES HUTDIV Ass't Minister. p no salary. moral agent?" School Shoes at Anthony Comn>Ugk>n n meet in regular session on .. klilt..or ,
That fish stories "Well.it may be all right in theorhut I've Miller's. the first Wednesday in each month. ..ad4.. tItt -
being replacedby I
Will are
1t be open during the Summer. Service been married 30 years."-Chicago Journal. tIaIII
_ every Sunday morning at II o'clock. A launch bicycle stories this season. Dolly-Tbe man I marry must be handsome _- COliNTY SCHOOL BOARD. "' "1Ift4 -
4 will Call at Russell & Co's and a glassof brave and elaver. 'f'.! k4 ?
rnn in get
connection tearing West That the old woman with her broomstick Fits JODM-l>ear me! How fortunate we SCTEKnrrEvDEXT OF FTWJC wrramiox. 1M \ :i, to lie.7ffi .
_ Palm Beach city dock at 10-30. Fare for the Klondike Soda. have. met-Chipm. Z.T.M tRRTTTIwuon; City '. :: r.
round trip, 10 cents. is preferred to the new woman with Banana OP SCHOOL BOiBO. 't, emy ck10r ia .
; I _ her Slid fanffrily What do I get by cooking for Cooking utensils in agatewarebestIn I 4 W. OSchairmaiiCoeoaiiut; Grove l aollTiIleCO.. .
gum. you? Nothing. WID3Ui.nR.J.p1tu but wet. .uoa out by Dr Vicet
4 the market-at Pioneer W. U
BKOTHUBOOD OF ST. AsDllaw.-Xma on He-Dear roe,yon are fortunate. I Always Weybrecht's >atb Hundred of people along tkc Laatt
: __West Palm*
I That of all their J. W. COMSTOCK
{ rights women
appreciate get indigestion.-Odda and Cods. Hardware Store. .
I the Second and Fourth Wednesday of each wanted to go and ere 1>1' \iacealtal
JOntn. L.F.HIXDBV their right to free speech the LEGISLATURE. do toot account of heavy railroad h.
,Director. Negligee Shirts at Anthony & Miller's.SheI Ho-He that ri>nru and runs away will FLORIDA czcarsioiw now being run wjl
W. F. AaxsTxoKG,JL. secretary. most. :v* to court another day. HEHBEBS FKOM PABl COOTf. to go.at email cost. Ail cbr
wonder why it is when the thermometer She-But bethalronrUand don not wed E. N. DIMICK, Palm Beach.-Senator treated scientifically<< and
That very few girls under 20 ae old (registers blood and even fever heat Mr. may find hixseif! m court instead.-Comic R. B,POTT toll,W ralinBeach. Representative of the eye. ear. nose, throat,
_! : M- :E. Chuveh, South. e tongh to be polite. M ashy never takes off his coat in"the office' Cute- I ---- liver bowels kidneys bUdder. poem
He-His wife makes his shirts Berrot. and aU diseases of a

Bervirw every Tint and Third Sundays <>f That, while some people really think, Refugee Beans, $2.75 per Bushel; StateDirectory.KIWUTIVE those peculiar to women are
Screen Cloth at the Furniture Store."Don't Guaranteed Fresh and True to Name. Vancnce e.stricture. mptare,
I I each month,at 11 p. m. Sunday School at10LlD.ne,5UDdIlY there are others who only think they Order from L. -Cameron Seedsman, cured without using a knife.

la'the l"nMic School t'1ialc. yon think every maa ought to have Jacksonville, Florida. can oa or write eel
I Building. ETirjbocty cordially hmud.BBV. Some poetry in his cool?" DEPARTMENT.W. Dr. W. T. S. Vincent Sp
W. A.LOTPE That if want to wife at ",es." replied the wearY editor; "that's the _
i Factor. you keep your An exchange says that a lawyer seat the following -
place for mot I.octry..Judge.. telegraphic condolence to the widow of D. BLOXHAM........... ... ...Governor Mohawk Block,Cor. ayu4KJacksonville,71crli
home just tie a mouse on her new bon friend: "1 caD not tell you how pained I was IN''. 1. tta; W.'O&D. .. Secretary of State
of Fine Swiss Lawn at 6cts. .........
net. 239 yards IP hear that your husband had gone to Heaven. WM. H. KLYSULUS Comptroller
Evening Stan Iiodg 4o. 46, Soldeverywhereelseat8to 9 cts atSIRKIN'S We were bosm friends but now we shall never JAMES B. WHITYJELD..TreasurerWM.ILL&MAR..Attorney Hoars: 9 to u a. m, i to 4 p. ...,.......

KnighU of That is and is meet again." General
Pytbiaa youth ungrateful age BAZAAR on Lake Front.
W. X. 8HEATS! ... Sopt PobliC X tmctHB
Meets every Friday Night at 830 p.in.standard fjrgetful. LOST-Between Masonic Hall andL. L.B.WOMBWELL ,.......<',ou..ArricnltoK
time. Visiting bnthers First Suburban Lady.Hoa.srkeeper-Your PATRICK HOUSTON......A ijata! .t General WHEN Jacksonville be fare and
_ cordially invite Castle Hall over Public School Building. Second Suburbia LadyUnosekerper watch charm, finder wil bf rewarded by laces at Tallahassee, FIon be beaten but it lot She mashes tbe b at you
M. 2. C II una,C.Co properly causes a is. potatoes ) smiling
W.wwEyaLL& S. a- o" noise. theiui-Ex. U. S. SENATORS.S. Dry Goods, Clothing ant,

i i That Don't forget to drink Klondike Sodaat An Irishman was tolling bareheaded, at a ...................._........Montictlto GeD(s' Fur nlshlap---f.
you should always be sure of Russell & Co's. windlass under the scorching sun. A Catholic &a. MALLORY.-...,....... ... PensacolaU. D. SINGER Manager "
_ father rode and said him
by to :
Cane and Tobacco Land. w'jat: you are aiming at before you shoot. "Put on hat. Patrick. Tonll bake II Bridge Street Near Bay .'
- I "Things grow well out here" asked the brains in this your your .1a-97 JACK60n'II.I.E"", n.om
That love is of farmer. BUB. S. CO.\"GRESSJIbN.
a mere accomplishment stranger. the Kansas
The worker looked at him and said: "Do
f, i Captain R. E. Rose has returned froman thtfew women have time to learn. "- "Crow? Look at that big hill over there. you think I would be doing this for |:.o k day ROB?. W. DAVIS .._............. ... Palatka
extended trip the That."was a hole in th' groun' when I kernhere. if 1 had any brains?" 8. M. SPARKMAN..Tampa When visiting Jacks on East Detroit Press.
- Coast ac- ,That Frank Idner does Spring clean- eaU 0_

I p com?Qied by a number Cuban sugar ing at all seasons of the year. 7 I Neat, Dressy Derbys at Anthony & No need to send away from home for SDPREUb tUUHT JUDGES. J. A. CRAIG & BRO
and tobacco planters. The boats when Capt. A. T. Rose canbuild :
country frcm Miller's.'Say any M. H.MABRT................... .Chief Justice
Lake That a pessimist is a man who thinks you one as fine or as cheap as yon ,.. ..... *
worth FOR
Cutler .
to fifteen miles F. B.CARTER.....:.._... Associate Justice
There's to
I south of Miami was very generally ex he knows more than other people and con tress, Weary to. pass, a law a forcin.woman every tryin'man get to want. See him, and place yonr order.Au B. F.TAYLO&............... .. toR. MEN'S FURNISHINGSweaHae

amined. The I is mad because they won't admit it. marry." Excellent: Reason Casey: Oi'll wnrk no
Captain says that the gen. "I'll bet that's her only chance."-Cleveland Largest
fer thot Dolon.
eral character of the reclaimed lands That the shade of tan on a man's Plain Dealer. more Mm ':&sey-mon An* phwy' E. COMMISSIONERS.R. dofHeslisee

I particularly n *r Lake Worth; is similar cheek does not make or unmake his New Canned Goods at J. F. Oliver's. thot Casey he-made Share t'me., 't Is an account av a remark H. M. DAVIDSON' Quincy, FUu.Chainnan

to that of St. Cloud and the lands of the manhood. Mrs.Casey Pbwat did beaay? H. E. DAT- Gainesville Shirts j
Magistral*-The evidence shows that you Casey-Sea he: "Pal yc'rc discharged. J, X. BKYA.'f._ .._ __----Kilsimmre to be found la the State. SCZeAetst.g
Kissimmee valley. Farther south the That if a boy's mother didn't tell him threw a stone at the nun.,
L. NEEXET. Clerk_ Arcadia.
lands contain much marl, in addition to not to do so many things he wouldn't yer Mrs.honor.M'Du3-An'it It shows that shows hit more him.than that, When in Jacksonville, stop at the Headquarter and offices of the Board at Tal Knox and Youmans Hats.:1:

Acme Hotel. Rooms, 50, 75 and 'z.oo Everett Block, W. Bay Street
i the muck making the ideal soil for want to do the half of them. lahassee. 139
Best Furnished hotel in the
Fine Candies and Fresh Peanuts at per day. m 842.97 JACXSOXVttLB, FIOS

I, cane. That only a fool chicken would try to J. W. Erickson's. city. Good dining rooms in connection.R. Ml-

The evidence of the tropical character pull its own wishbone. L. CHADWICE. 4itf. General Directory. -
Wallace Try one of these cigars. They .
f of the climate impressed the Cuban gen That living and were smuggled. .The dearest spot on earth to me," quotedthe _
some people earn a Ferry-Really' (Puff Puff.) smuggled past sentimental .
tlemen favorably. person home sweet COURT CALENDAR 11OF
t They unhesitatingly don't get it; the board of health,you mean. Cincinnati En home The dearest spot on earth to me." OCo8llStOaIllShip
: declare their faith in the profitable quirer. said the oldish jounjf man, 'is the bald pot on (Seventh Circuit.)

growing of cane and the manufacture of That other people get a living anddoa't Use John Seybold's German Yeast. top dred of thousand my head.plus It to caused refuse a Rirl my: worth offer of a mar.hun 3.D. BEOOME..............circuit Judge AH:1

sugar on these lands. earn it; riaee. I happened to propone just when the I. D.BEGGS..State'l Attoraef SAVANr
-- Johnny Barr-"Pa,what's an egotist? Paderewski craze was ou."-Cincinnati En SPRING TEEM.OseeoU .
The Fort Lauderdale region was pronounced That very few- people both earn a liv- who Handle thinks Barr all-the-An world egotist.but my himself>on is is a riding man quires.. County,1st Monday i.March. 5 Sailing Days Each We
a "
a first-class location for fine to- ing and get it. low grade wheels.Fuck.Turnips PINEAPPLE IROffERJ THII.-Every Orange 84 "
4tJ1. In each direction a ship tearing each
: : bacco, and Captain Rose predicts a rap That a young man_who has never beenin new grower should plant a few beds of Volnua M ". April.
Cabbages, Apples and Pears varieties of Best Dreard" 4th. Mondays Tuesdays |f
id fancy pines. quality
devlopment of the industry and love but once has missed lots of fun. H
sugar < at Clematis Avenue Supply Store. given by Wm. F. Armstrong Jr., Manager Dade lat Monday alter 4th Monday Wednesdays, l'ri4a7il
tobacco-growing in that neighborhood. That there in the Altena West Palm in ApnL
was no one gardento Plantation. and Sa
under Dints Phe-
(the doeSbnre FALL TEBM.
\\r In the meantime Kissimmee has already ]- wink first Clancy;if don't take fint oat av me Beach, Florida.
at Adam when he saw Eve. laa an' yu << yore OIceola County,lli& Monday in October. -UETWEENSavannah -
IT, one of the finest in oye it'll sthorage. oi'l! be afther char-rgin Y""
sugar plants That the cur that barks the 'most, -Truth. Orange :M and New Yo
:- America, largely owing to Captain Lake 4tll. 1"
bites the least. looo yards njce Floor Mattings just
: Rose's efforts that has ONLUIBER --. Voluala Jd Nor
produced wonderful received at the Furniture Store. .. FINEST PASSENGER
That the devil injures only his friends Bre1'ard" Sib
cropuf sugar, while no region his enemies. mind wrinkles much lit Monday aft.eUbe 1th Mon- iBcoajtwtoe service. ('..pldtlll
never A min doesn't w remarked
produces a finer of tobacco. Improved' Ventilation for ?MZ
quality the observer of men and things, "be. day in November.
It is to be hoped that all South Florida That if there is any one thing the cause he doesn't care particularly whether his Perishable ird&ht-- -m

as well as Middle and West Florida. house fly is stuck on it is butter. skin fits him or not."-Detrwt journaL SHINGLES V..LAXDOFHCE.J.M.BARCO Passenger Accommodati

will Do'nt forget to drink Klondike Sodaat ........................Register
I take advantage of the That Eve the first and Unsurpassed.
present munificent was only original
Russell &Co's. N.D.WAINWBIGnT.......... ......BueeiveiOffina :
protection and thoroughly establish new woman., 'LATH I ETC.We at Gainesville Thrida.GOF'T j

the sugar industry as the leading Mrs. Knight-Does your husband treat you Rates Much Cheaper Than aQ
That some men by putting in
a penny
the same now as he did when be was courting SIGNAL SERVICE DEP'7.
of For information as to rates, resaib3
one the State.-Kissimmee ? can make you Lowest Prices
cone the plate every Sunday think they can you Ire Light-Pretty much. He keeps me in i. W.CRONE.......................Observer sailing dato. etc, write toWALTER _
t Spondent, in Jacksonville Cilisen. buy a mansion in heaven on the installment
; _. plan. Write us for anything you need in i
Boat building done right at home in Florid .:

Watch Bros. That theatres are generally better the most approved manner good work. Building Material. GOV'T LIGHT BOUSE SERVICE. W. J. FARRELL,

: Repairing at Anthony 4.8 veatilated than churches. manship and at living prices. Call on Licfat House at Jupiter Inlet. Soliciting Freight Agt. "I.

; Capt. A. T. Rose. JAMES A. ARHOCB............... ...Keeper
ass- That one man in this town Builders Supply Co., J.A. WELLS......................_1st Assistant 224 We t Bay St, Jacksonville,Ha(M*
.: f young Teacher Too know Johnny, if cut an I.A. PINE. .................. Sd All!lltaa&
Balling Sugar Cane. just sits around all day thinking of the ..
apple in two each pert is called a half. St. Augustine Florida.Lainhart.
he is do. Johnny-Not if my orotber Dick cuts it. J:
things to
11 1 : : Besides the Mentioned going The part I Kit ain't never mr.re'n about a quar.. DISTRICT SCHOOLS.LEMON .
sugar cane .
_ a That Christ did not go around preach ter of it ma'am.-chicago Tribune. '". Whidden's f'arkit'
I being raised by Jessie Gordon over in & Potter,
ing with Sunday.clothes on. WANTED-Ten good gardeners torase CITY.
i : :: the colored settlement the fresh .
each (or himself a crop of vegetables 4-28-97 West Palm Beach Fla. B. E.MdDONALD.Prinelpal
ter, there are at least three other patch That the moon, when full, stays out muck land I MISS 5!. A. MCDONALD__Agsktant Is Prepared to Supp'
all eight and-"there are others." on my at Pompano, Eo L. WHITE........,... .........supenloor
es over there worthy of mention. will give each man three-fourths of with" .

r One is that of J. E. Jones, the colored That it is not the "have.beens" or the what he raises. Full particulars given POTSDAM. you
L. F. KIDVF.R. ., ,
The : .. _Iuruetor
miles Sun
: school teacher, who in his younger "may-bes" that count, but the "is-ers." south by mail of or West at Palm my Beach.residence two Tropical R.R. FRAZIER'.....................SupenisorI10BR Good Meats at tiling Prlqtres1l. .

t :: days used to raise cane up in Alachna That every merchant should be willingto FRANK KIDDEK.: SOrND.WM. .

County. His patch is probably the buy as_well as sell by his own meas Job Department w. s.. TANRaEAF-. _____......._.._....SupervisorNEPTO'E. Instructor 1)or 11,

: largest in area of any and is down in ures. Beef

: the moist land on the edge of the fresh MISS ,
That is not brakeman ii IRENE RICHARDSInstructor
a preacher
a Prints Letter Heads
i :poultry
water. Fancy Pineapple Slips.... I -- Supervisor
-' he does a lot of coupling.A Note Heads -
_ l : Another patch is that of Wesley / JUPITER 1n eEE '
StatementsBusiness MRS.w. A. H.
I Minis who worked at cane-raising up in dES AIMA PLANTATION Cards. J. A. ARUOIR.... .................SaperrukHJDSO. Inatructor
; Georgia. He has a good-sized patch o f CrclisVi Wants. FROM Bill Heads !Native Meats a specialty

L fine cane and it is growing np on the p ANNIE E. G. YETCAI"F.....M..........II1 < higher land.- He also has final trees of Customer-I see that you advertise. WM. F. ARMSTRONG, JR.*, MGR. And all kinds of Fine StationeryAre A. 2. HEY ER ....._ ..........suptn1i1Or. Your Patronage SolicltsILJ

supply cyclists with to Weal Film Beach,tlurlda- You ? = RIVIERA.:
different kinds doing well, but he says necessary parts Supplied I COtOMB. Market Strt6
replace those lost or damaged by accident AfSIE D. GHTBOt'Jll'iE InStractor en Dauyan
-- the most far is in GLO S. ROW
money so cane. LEY_- ___supervisorMANGOSIA.
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: ., The third patch is that of Andrew WEST PALM

Walker and is probably the best of all, Cycle Dealer-Yes, sir. U. S. WEATHER BUREAU DEPARTMENT OF MISS ROSA JBRET. __Instructor .-

the cane being about ten feet ti'h and Customer (taking out his list)-Well, AGRICULTURE. GtORGt So ROWLKV... .........Supen ilOr -

the stalks please give me two fingnres and a thumb JUPITER, FLA., Aug. 16, 1897. WEST PALM BBACH.L. .
as large around as m&u's'wrist.
--1 a for a gentleman of 50, a decent sort pf,a Weather Report for the week ending Aug. 15, 1897. Barometer corrected LULU. F.HIXDRY A\GEfJN._.. PriaMntoJ Clematis Avenue
This cane is grown on the high .... Assist
_, nose for a girl of 19, a left leg for my for temperature and elevation. 8 A.M. and 8 p.M.observations. 75th meridian D. R. Il\iGERSOLL.\ ........ .... Supenisor
dry, sandy land, and is much 'sweeter
'; mother-in-law, two right and three left time. Comparative temperature for the years 1895. 18g6 and 1897. COLOUD. Store-
than that which is
( grown on the moister Supply ::
I J. E. JONES ...__ ........
ribs for and just send = :: Instructor
myself, please a TX (
-. : muck land and tPEa'LaT'UH.XIIUIECTlOol D. Jt.INC RSOT.T :
or seems to do fully as, I : ANDVELOCITY is : I ..-Supervisor
4 t : man up to measure my wife for a. broke !' ? ,J 1897. I 18i 6. | 189571I3006IW. F1i-
well with
about the
same amount. of fer. tI E e LUTA. A. ::-West Palm Stack,
4 I. ea neck. She hasn't got it yet, but she's '. ::J OF WIND. !Si '" STATE orWEATHER. ... I AIRS. GEO. LYMAN ........
tilizer. Andy came from up in Putnam : z x ... -- I..t ru p
; County ard says he, used to work in the getting there.-Pearson's Wetkly. :t':!: '?4Z: id 232? .= t" I ::0 .. B :: Ii IL;: II' I!= A. W, GA& ETT.... _.... .. SUperJlSOr2WOTr J. D. MATHIS, proplet

_ ; cane np there and also raise a little occasionally S.. :.! 8 a. m. J 8 p. m. :.<.iznp .J: .=: . BI. Iz .z JAYESC. HARRIS.._KEY._ (SactoMr U BranUfi Bakery asS fir* T!,

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for himself and he JOB PRINTING. R.H. THOMPSON__ My Motto-Xiulck Sales and Satan Pfo4
never saw ._"Otl| __11.O1S ., ._ .SOlClondy"'-- 32)80) 8517510190 7681191175183 -.Supervisor.
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better had it do better than |
: any or the Send THE TROPICAL SuN a trial order llj3OO2 ...._021i .._..09l' E ...14 TJt'artlv Cloudy 7880| 86 75 X088{ 77 82R6|| 74|80 t.. F.ICIDNER._ .. Bakery Goods and
patch he has raised here. .In this the 43018S.1O| "E _O4ISF..fl9E.26J| .20 Partly Clon.ly 76181 86 71 78INH' 768289| R. a. RAZl 1l TDStnactor I
for job work. We have a complete 20 SK I ... _06 !E171 T| | T-I82 -. =Su
-"i:; : I | OBjSE Partly Cloudy 82180\ 86 77 82187/738088| /75 -- rri90r. Family Groceries
Others all agree with him. and say that job office, good stock, latest I 6;30 16 !H- _OuI"W _.O21SV..O9l .00|Partly Cloudy,8178| 76I$2IsTm8l/ ; 887682| 82

F ; they are satisfied that cane- can be fares ol types, competent workmenand 83O 7130071\V.wlsw..W|: 051SW| -.03).W) ...OSW..j91/ _._15\ .OOlfartly.25Clondy.| ClnudyIOM9Ol76I$39oll_...._../78176 MljlT-ll81\l H9 80 MolXT 84IMI74| 77 82 80! E. LEE_......._..BISCATN&__-_____ lB8trnctor .....My Specialty!

gown and here low & 3O OS SW _.()!f SW ...03SW..141 i / -. -,-.
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manship. Letter heads,statement ::1 280 OO SW...O9 S._.. 113013SW01SE0'JSE14 ts......28 .00 Partly i 8M 78X3| 85172; 78 ADDIE LEE DAMON of the City or across the Lake JAIl
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,- -. : tags, visiting cards folders in all' the I I 15 30 12 aE ... 07i| >E ...OtiI'F..2OI. : | Partly| ____ Clogdy | 88 7883M9| | 8084 77| 3 8 86 J 75 75 80 Goods First-Clabs and Fresh. H jfe

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