<%BANNER%>

NEH SLAF UFSPEC UFPKY LSTA



The Tropical sun
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075915/00225
 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: October 21, 1897
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
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: UF00075915:00225
 Related Items
Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

Full Text
.. '..,,-,,,,,-,. .......... <.. .,_, .-.w.': _" .'''' ', .,, -.';'-, "' -:;:-'. ,.....-r..... t; -. .3. "'_..".;'.:...."... ." .._...- -. ,'" .......1.._--J_"_ -, .'jp.L .,' > '.... .-.........,_.''..

\.....;...:-.... ., r.. ._ ,.
: :
:
1. .' _
_
1 ... .. ..4 -

; a 1. .


tCy.. !- : : ,1 j t' 'fit f g : "
;;; 4- .
.r ""
.
..... -
-. # 1_ ,

"' )..":' .".:. .." e..>..-.)"-''. .}L.4, -\lc\\: -, ". :*-->,''':i _.t-.-., "".tl.. ".:


.. t T. .' -4

I 9t tII. > : ,. '"
A1Or
;
"'
... :
.. '
..""- : ,.... .;

% :-..: ..
7 : !
'I, : 1
r 4
j'7I JUJTL .- .
J
t -j '-".. .
A J
:

,.
-
'

,_ -v ( I : :: : ,-.' -.-. \ J -
-
-I i i-: ;

.

..
_ -_ : _




I -e a i1ii t.IiTL L 'x 3P ..,;;.>,I



AI

1 r "c" a T.a d & j JiYr.+w e1lAa bM P fi. XIX CENTURY. ,,



mm*unu utts,i UMW M:u IM.IIM pALM DADETCOUNfy. a
WEST : BEACH FLORIDA OCTOBER
< >nri rwncu ivf.fe* K.IMKJ 4 ,. 21,1897. VOLUME II. SO. 36

T
;
PERSONAL PICKINGS. I friends Join with us in our congratula- HERE AND- THERE. COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE. their old quarters and things once more TOWN TOPICS. ?

M .M BM-WJ dons to the parents.over the safe arrival '1 look natural. -----

ill as They cane aid' C-rPMp! Tie of a'son and heir.. Scraps .f Xtws Aboat This .sal nat sad Utirwlaj items Gathered "y Oar Scribes Ucai Httfeaisis Prim Oar zeta B *k u<
B. K. Hunt took si trip down the road
key *r May Kt I.... I Di&rtatTaixgt !U.a.a' Ue CMtaty.Ir Visa Other Soutta i t
I J. W Harper, of Hypoluzo, is in town Tuesday stopping this time at West, .
.j < ,
A,.Wilson the shoemaker' now bas this morning on.a little. business... I A fresh linlf of Evaperated Fruits at 1; STUART Palm Beach. He says Miami has no II Large sized cans Tomatoes, 10 cents a. t
charms for him.
business. must be Improvtterney reSident. G.: G. Strohm's. can at G. G. StrohnVs.:
former"
Mrs. H.
J. Floyd
f., T a '
\1 .TV. L. Merrell was in town Sunday. Florida East Coast railway agent J, M.
this, but of Jacksonville ispending
city now ,
The proportion of strangers to residents Reynolds & Hull will start fishing
| W. L Metcalf went down then a day or so at the $ migo1e.- is noticeably on the increase as the (iJ. Church called on our merchants Law and family, left Monday for a visit I I November ist: : i
to Nashville aad.other points North as II ___
I a business trip ;Tuesday and rep
days are getting shorter. !ray. I
slopping _
ed to-dsy._ L. Wolfe, wpo has been with .* he has been granted a couple weeks vacation I Russell & Co. have treated their drug,' j

Aaron Hammerman for a few days, returned Politics don't seem to be melting much C.JW.; Corbett was seen on the river and wants to get the best of it. i stoie to a suit of new awnings; '
B. E. Geer, after a pleasant visit to his home in Miami'tu sday. Sunday.We .
ice, though the city election comes.off a Observer Croak' er had the U. S.
eUtives In Michigan, arrived home 1 I This section has had all the ra& it j
week
from
.[ SatarJ.,. E. B. Buzhardt, a 6rst-class all around next Monday. are having more rain at present weather office repainted and it shows np needed and little more. .
______ *"" and fresh hlch is more lately-- a
printer, arrived in this city last Thurs The rain is but afraid to than, we can utilize. bright Dow
over, we are .
I S. E. Earoan and 1011'retllftled than of friend Cronk for
n. day, andean now be found.at the SUN so loud, for fear of hurting the ) we can say A Chinaman is in town looking a 10- .
t Thursday night from their summerIB tY say very Hi C. Olsen has just completed a new just at present he is a litt'.e under the
office feelings of the weather and causing it to cation for a "washee-washea"shop
( old Virginia.Imaster ',' '. again shed tears.. frame. residence on his homestead.. weather. ______
W. N Hull,of the firm'of Reynolds & '- Will. Whidden has improved his market ,
Hill's mother Mis. S. E. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson of Eden Superintendent B. King says that
Hull who has been;spending the summer were roof.,
By replacing .the Seminole with the by putting in a ceiling and oa a J.I
Ida, of Cedar Keys, arrived in town in Brooklyn, N. Y., arrived in this Olga duriagthe roughest weather' Engineer guests ofW. Kitching Wednesday. now.that Charlie Berkaer is back they
I night a visit to bars can again take Urns ia pounding brass .
on u.
city Monday has ODe white and two colored public .
Lawrence not failed as yet, J.> Co Prink, it is rumored -wU1.band and going6.shing. but so far,he is aheadon '
in his to and schools are now running in this city with'a
|. W. Porter one of Hypo tixo's lead- Born AtWindermere. Fla., Oct.I3th, making regular trip -Juno and'remove his business to the South the brass pounding while Charlie

Cuke" and "Millynn" men, madep to Mr, and Mrs. Franklin Sheen, a son. return every day., Side. holds the fishing record. good attendance.

to town by rail Monday. bounty. Surveyor Sheen 'arrived homeom. They boasting of catching gingly- t School teachers meetingwill
are The
Miss Emily Kitching lost a gold ringlfriday Our ladies gave a sociable on the Sunday
Windermere. last night --bringin$: mostoma cerratas down on the Bay ISO eve between the postoffice and Steamer Sebastian Saturday night for be held at the residence of Supt ', !

red I Gilbach,the engineer CommoCI&c.luam Ute news of the arrival of,a ninj pound l to coq pounds in weight,. but mullet W. Kitchmg's store. the benefit of the Episcopal Church Miller on Friday evening of this week j

k!bis wife hut week yacht Friday.Alma; arrived son and. the good" ,health" *[of v.1\-and. its I bluefish and pompano of a little smaller '.. building( fund, and were successful to a from 7 to 8 o'clock. '

mother, site will do us np this way. ';a j j'The schooner "Merchant' was at the small extent, but would have made more

: railroad dock a part of last week. On if the weather had been better. Services next Sunday at the Union ;
bhardt attired here L. of ) Fla. '
bpi Friday 1 Ho11and. Holland, was agajp..,
; Carl Schrebnick is happy His leave she carried Congregational Church. Sunday School
attempting tn was
(ht from Germany and has again n town to-day purchasing sbpplies.' dog Bap whose loss he mourned' last aei.rlylgainst the bridge by wind and Peter Larsen is taking good can of at 10 a. m.*preaching at n a. m., Cfen .j

Brkt.i ken charge. of the Seminole Bottling Holland. is the new settlement below week, retarned'to him Tueedaysatid tide., the pineapple plantation of Samuel H. tia. Endeavor at 6.30. p. m. and evening ..
Model Dear Snake'cr ek. The Major / Seaman of New York of which he is ia
though nearly starved, Cato says he,will smke at 7.YJ.
eportsthe settlement growing 'and .)Mr. Fox. of Norfolk W.Va.. was herednesday charge. He all have
fill the plants J
i R. fiber, one, of our familiar East soon his ribs out again says
t drnmaersrcpresentingUedemann everything progressing finely, only it is a '': to inspect the piling of the their bathing suits oa as yet, but,he At the regular council meeting Tuesday

_ .Co., of Jacksonville, was busy taking ;.a.*little k.-_damp=L at. present.. -- ... ..._ ).L .-. If jon are ajtoteMuirr j up and regfs-, inroad bridge over .St. Lade river but will.have them in full dresa by the time night, there being no qnornm pres. i.
ers from our merchants yesterday, aster d you lave not lreadydoaeSOtfor I vaiaaaahtt todalO on aceo nkodkigkwwater. towiate to aFist -gcth ii; the rain eat an tjoania. >rat.see takes,to bet* -
The Eclipse returned this morning It is claimed that the piling b met bat BO special
to-day is the last day in which' you l Iet.apIe fore then. I night when they ,

A. Nilson and daughter, Vera, :' with the party they took down last weekto I can get your name on the list If you]I so badly eaten by worms as to make --- SI. business. traaucted.I ]]

ire moved up from the Bingham place the Bay, with the exception of Mrs :are a citizen and a voter be sure to rag. crossing to say the least, alow. Only Common Sons I
Sirkin and with the addition of Miss I is tai oft base ball ,
| their OWl cottage jut sooth of ,town ister. .a. ,.' There some practice .
Esther Poland, who came np on a visitto IJAN'COSIA MUTTERINGS.s if the rains,, ever let ap u the
Vera can attend school in this city. Now is the time for prospective settlers A common mistake of local advertisers
Cap't. Merchant at Mangonia. The Miami club wants to come np Thanksgiving i
,
the value of
is estimate advertising
to visit this section and select location to
S. Eldred of Ankona, wants his party all report a good trip and a pleasant < 'Fertilizing hoer pines are going of by the amount day and show ns some ball play z i
on which to build their houses and hen space one newspaper 1
pM sent to Car olton, 111., far, a fe* time, considering that it' rained all coops, so they won't have to raise amphibious on between showers. asked by some other publication.' It Is ing, and our players want to be ia it at ;1

ks u be has gone up thereon a visitsch the while they were away. of for businessman least a little bit.
mistake a
children and web footeiJchiek Nothing much up this way but rain a judgment
request are always cheerfully com enS: to estimate the value of space in a Endeavor sociable
".R.Ljman The Steamer Hypoluxo came up from lately, and that is no news.The The Christian post
cd .ida.
the lower end of the Lake yesterday Floridaward her summer go.away a reputable newspaper with a good circulation poned on account of the rain from last ':

and launch, Miss 'Maude with Capt. Will. H. Moore and life, now turn their longing 'eyes-Cocoa. fresh water is as high as it ever by that of some other publication Friday night will be held next Tuesday .

eat and her.married sister, and Mel.y Mrs. H. D Pierce and Fred Voss, wife Rockledge jVVov. And footsteps too was known before but no one has bee"Di which will accept business at any price evening at the residence of E. E. Geer.

were all np from Lantana Mon and daughter on board. After a vUt up and hasten home to rest" 'neath y i drowned out so far. and be pleased. .L to get it. An interesting program will be provided

V .,.4illllll town in spite of the wind at Lake Worth they came down to this l skies, and after them, to our fair land, I. Many advertisers forget that advertising and a good time assured to all who j
C. E. Merchant's launch is valued
Capt was in a newspaper according
space
trail. and while the ladles did 'some
city, the winter tourist hies. come.
out on Gale & Co.'s.ways. .a little while I, to the circulation of that news --
trading the crew loaded an aen otor onboard
Fred Butler last week to have little work done in first home raised cucumbers to
i formerly postoffice clerkre a paper. Advertising space a journal The
that Captain Will.is going to erectto THE SUN acknowledges the receipt ofa
but who has been visiting at his on it. without circulation is dear at any price come to town this season were broughtin
hand book the
use in irrigating his orange grove and very interesting on an-
ia Mt, Dora arrived in demand. Without Ceo. W. Sears, of Man
5 town Tues- the publisher may yesterday by
other crops on his island place. .1 naxation of Hawaii by Lorrin A. Thnrs- The plantations this neighborhood
cy night and will probably remain circulation there can be no results and gonla. They were of fine size and from
ton. The book is an epitome of facts, send a few pines to town occasionally,
ere tbb winter.I .> la the Georgians,,correspondence of without results the money which the advertiser their appearance, contained the usual
figures and reasons for and against the and get better prices for them than they
invests is lost for which they are so well
the Florida Star notice the ingredients
we following:
annexation
Sirkin project. did during the season.
I Mrs. Mas who was one of then them.
"Prof. and Mrs. J. R. Anthony and Master Because the business man takes noticeof noted. J. D. MatbU got
-ntm the .Eclipse omits trip tobe
: Bay lad week, arrived home Tuesday Roscoe, after a most delightful stay 'GenL Thomas and his son, Allen who There is some talk of Capt W. H. his own announcement does not prove The Christian Endeavor service next

lornii-x by train. She preferred to rein of some months in North Georgia, returned ran a dairy here last winter, are gathering Sanders and the Pinta taking another I by any means that his advertising is Sunday evening will be of special Inter.

> thai icsftad of boat. last Wednesday. to their island up a herd 'o? dairy cattle over in the trip down the canal to move a town, or I paying him. It's the other people-the est. The program that was intended for
.way by
r home where they will remain some weeks western part of the State which, rumor some of the houses in it, to another location general public-be wants to reach, and ,'Sunday evening will be given next Sun- ,

| Joe Jenkins, of Juno, was in town yes.I i with their daughter, Miss Leila, our most says they will bring here later in the but probably no further moves I.if the medium he uses lacks circulationhe day. Original papers on the work of '

relay after supplies which he was' ana efficient teacher, before goin to their I season. __________ will be made till we have better weather. will never be able to reach them. the society prepared by members will be

le to get nearer home. Joe says be is future home at Palm Beach. Our schoolis This Is common sense, nothing more.- read. The music will be especially pre
Among our new ads.this week will be Geo. S. Rowley, of the Ridge has received Leavenworth (Kan.) Times.
tting ready to plant some five or six flourishing under the able manage. pared for the occasion. All are invited.County .
found the card of Messrs.
professional of from his old
of Miss who is filling copies papers -- .1.--
Anthony
|cres in vegetables this season. pent now .aa
her second term here. She reportsall Robbins & Graham attorneys of Miami home in Hudson N. Y., containing full A northern farmer who bas located in Court Contiauod.

A. B. Otwell, wife and child, who haven pupils 'of legal age now 'enrolled. and Titusville, Dr W. S. Graham hay accounts of the celebration of the one the South, says: "Well here's winter -_,.'- .

spending the summer at the homef Naturally our pride centers. around our ing charge of the'Miami office, and Mr. hundredth birthday of his grandmother coming again. What a change from the JUNO, FIX, Oct. t8, 1891.Editor .

his wife's parents in Vermont, arrived school, and we are glad 'to note the zealand Robbins the Ti'.nsville office. Mrs. Sarah Rowley, on October 12th. old days up North. Winter comes, but TaoPiCAL Sc.:

ODIC: Monday night, having spent a few enthusiasm with which both teacher The construction train in charge of He much regrets being absent from the I no longer dread it. It's always pleas- I find upon investigation that all prisoners

ayb with his parents up the river. on and patrons have begun the new schol- Baker from the division of celebration, as does also his oldest son, ant and never stops my work. It only committed to county court, are
Capt. '
their home. astic The Prof and Mrs. areth'e upper Julian M., who saw his great-grand makes a change from one kind of out interest
; ,
way year. the:East Coast railway, arrive! here last under bond and that no public
father and mother, and the Miss is mother frequently during his summer'svisit door work to another. Clearing, plow continuing from first Mon
Friday and is the will suffer by
Brayton Perkins and wife of James- the sister of our fellow townsman Gus., night busy finishing in Hudson, but was unable to remain ing and planting can go right along. November to the next regular
in
urge. N. J., arrived from the North Mon who is looking for the ar.ival of his pa- filling in over on the ocean beach-near to help celebrate. How the folks like it! Mother and the day in This will relieve the .1
the Inn. This train has a of about term January.
a night the Seminole gang .
stopping tilTuesday ..
iy rents here very soon. -- -- girls are not shut up in th* house by drawn for the October tern from
bands besides the train and jurors
crew,
fifty
morning, when they went over .1. I I JCPHER JUMBLES. bad weather half the winter. All of us attendance.All 1
to the East Side where have renteda will nrobably be here for some little further
they be
New Advertisements. are healthier and happier than ever and witnesses will be held '
time. :
fam are parties
piece of land and will winter it intent a -*- Mrs. Cabot out of the' fore. I don't babe to spend in winter allI at the next regular term oa i i

They come here for the benefit o f A glance at our columns'this week will From an article in a new magazine hotel and living with J. H. Grant. make in summer. This is a money to appear in 1897. ,
first Monday January ,
his health. show them filled with new' advertisements published at Washington, entitled "A making country for the farmer all the A. E. HKYSEI.

summer of both home and foreign business Friend at Court," we are informed that .Bridge Tender Hosford has but little year round."- The Southern Field. County Judge.

After down a the Western Union spent in holdIng houses, notably among the latter being five English syndicates alone own 10- work to do now as navigation b slim at' And many more nortbara..farmers will .Ia 1

in the city office here manager telegraphchair G. numerous Jacksonville firms who are OOOc.>.>acres of land in Teas Nebraska, present. ._ say this by another winter if they! take Gala Weak Kaliroa4 laUs. I

W. Uerndon expects to be cheered by offering extra: : inducements to all who attend Iowa fend Illinois an area nearly twiceas Ben. H. Dosters's new store is going up our advice and come to this wintry and _
the Gala Week festivities in thai as the Sate of Massachusetts. rain make their homes with us. 1
| the arrival of his wife and family thi; great slowly, the interfering very much The railroads announce the following:
city.. These new "ads." hive necessi Who says that foreign capitalists are not with the work. is account of the JacksonvilleGala
I evening from Maccleony, where thehave An editor of a western newspaper rates on
tated the publshing: of a couple extra: : gaining a foothold in our domain.
subscribers. Week
'
been the loss of two :
spending 'he Summer. He house mourning I
Cory's boat is in the water and
I has cosy quarters all ready for them, pages this week this, hence issue.the slight delayin More crop reports are wanted. If any all ready to go down to Lake Worth u The one asked how to rear twins safely For civilians, a rate of one fare for the

I having rented the Grant cottage adjoin getting out of our readers can give ns complete reports soon as the canal is navigable.The while the other wanted to know how to round trip.

\ lag the Earman house for the winter. of their last winter's vegetable crop rid his orchard of grasshoppers The For firemen military and brass bands It I

The Florida public schools are now or this summer's pineapple crop we Steamers Sebastian and Delia of answers went forward by mail; by accident in uniform traveling together ten or

Born-To D. M. Baker and wife, of r pretty well all opened ,and. under good would be pleased to have them do sr, the Canal company, are still tied np in he transposed them into the wrong more on one ticket, a rate of i cent per t' I

' Orange Home Fla., Oct. 18th, a son headway.-.- From 'accounts: "received and will publish them no matter what the creek near McGills. The company envelopes, so that the man with the mile per capita. f

Mr. Baker was civil engineer for the through the State press the attendancewill the showing;all we ask is that the rep may put them in use later on. twins was told to cover them wish straw The above rates are applicable from laU

.; Florida East Cost railway when it firs average considerably higher thai!l ports give the actual facts and figures as and set fire to it, aDd that the little pests points in Florida, except Key West, f

, came to this country, and his wife wa; any previous year. The State and eve,r you would be willing to swear to if on C. H. Birkner, after acting as private after jumping in the flames for a few from which point the rates will be arranged ,f

Miss Rena Dimick, of Palm Beach, I L citizen in it have just cause to be proud l the witness stand, and they will be operator for Senator Quay up the river, minutes would speedily settle; the man by lines touching. !

; niece of Hot}, E. N. Efimick, our Stat: of our common school when compared I printed just as you give them, whether returned home last Saturday night worried with grasshoppers was told to Tickets to be sold November 8,9,10 .

1 }ka tor, and a sister of E. 11 Dimick, o r with that of any state 11 the tTl1i91J-pa. they show a loss uf |IOQ pr a profit pi Charlie' wife preceded him by about a I give castor oil and rub their gums with I and ii, limited until and including NQ R f fI

tag City arils Store, Their man 9 r lath Advertiser, l5ooo an acre. week, but they are settled dowa now in I abooc.-Ex. vember 13 for return, ;tE f
4
2

i


. .

S
f

... .. _. _, _Jryt
ALL
"
-- ..._....-.;"'" ...... ,. "



-- -1. ... ._.-- ,...- .,....--"'""' :.' .. -- .' ir-
: ., -
; z.V

..



.'
'
!
-
t THE TROPICAL SUN WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, TSURSDAY OCTOBER 11. 1891..

.
.. '
u4ir i mon #w,- .tea...impwvs PRA) S IN i? 6
: BARDS -
'n1d: .
e triji I $ ,dt< awaywithe'. objtibnabie ..- .- ,, .:.".-<-t.7-.

.f fen tareafotiT.best fruits. ," _,. ; .. 1'f." "
." I&JiO&Ga .10..... wALTEaaGLatat.DOBBLN ,, #' '- :.;;III''
; 'The r01rAln from the Baltimore $ '& GKAIIAM:t'0..,. '_, .'- .' 1.' : ; .' ", "":",, '" -

GUY I. METCALF. .,. r_ EoitO t 41nerlci1 shoir8rftcfl :,Mttlllnea '.u..... .. ,1 "XW1B '!!, ,,;-: ;'., A I'Greeting from...:.,, "o' .: '" t
'i# ATTOINEY3- Aruii;; ... .'!\ : :; J
made: '
arebeing .
'
some experiments .1' -+ 1'--- ; '.
." ":: practical* all t!e rou'rta.i&atr :' '
MEMBER os'r. ;! : William P. Winters,retired carpenter Federu special facilities examining and '
-
Florida Press AsOCiationAmUA : : .whoJisetat 826 North Carey perfeettt We baveatoMd4 land titles*-West- Palm Beach eBce -f : o1 *: Etttc1 fr C{;
'
street baa.entered .J1eart and soul northern '!*tHfm the Lake ehou loD isteaedrtthertaonr.Tltoaruleor n gott ,
TED NIT$' into the'wizard buslnesiwith remark- part-or--Dad.Coantr Uiaml dd be ,, ; :' : ., ,
results. In little yard :.I I
National Editorial AssociationSUBSCRIPTION able a cosy ai;i hwiil reedte proper attention.ItaiSTilla.BrtVard .
'Back of Mr:'Winter1 home grows a Coonty. a.nd.MiamJJad # ,.
h. -TH1 1 ELL KNOWNDry.Gooas '.
4 _peach tree ttJatJlas produced annual a ttoanty.ftorida: '. -- _--..:" I ..
; crops of Incidfas fruit for a number :

--of years. Two,-ear*ago\Mt>Wfn-' ; Clothing '
f Carpet G =
; Millinery
One Tear Ii ad.aace, .. _12.00'its ter grew weary of tag conventional WliMETCALP: : ;, ]
.- ..
Months,in advance: .- $1.00? covering of the peaches in his limited -. -
Three Mouths,la ..., ., 60 ATTORNEY-AT. LAW;. ,
adyan? ? Orchard, aad determined at least to '
e win prtotie4in, duly,ante and PedaraiC168SA ; .: :v; and -Suit House
produce a peach.jninos. .that objectionable .- .Conru. "."" .. .
# ':':" _-":t' : i or do WB;- -- ,,... .
-
.muJUD BTtir TecaaDAT AT'wrar riLa lap : sPCIAhTY.. ',1 <' <<
-- IKACa.DABB COC3TVrLOUDa, He began a series of/erperjmeBte,. I () BBesackk &. '. Conatr.trtaridL 'r.: .. Jacksonville: Florida.. ,
and that' year produced a peach. West, P&r ,, .' .l .
clothed in the OIdinan'raiment'.af"t .1'
a1RUEttr.;)-Ti. roar OFFICE re WEST MEM apt satisfied with HEYSE- "
the .
DrJCf{!!Jr aeoNDtLaaa 1ATTEI. toof'his starling in assault- ,09 A.E :. .-.4.cordia-Ii 'utionis'extended"to all our friends OA: W =
succeeded
4 7 nature, he has producing -
,"ir-- a crop, which is just now ripe, ATTCRHEY:AT.LAW, East Coast to visit our Mammoth, Establishment, ear

Pioneer FaperoIDAde C oat-.tad the Oldest |that looks for .all the world like % .JUXD.FLORlD". ",. ,Main and Bay Streets during the festive week; in this city;;
PnUicatloa 6rf Hi Ea=,t'Co.ut'of tree full of apples. The skin of the W&U.prMOelaaJlCOlln.acept the Co..ty !
Florida bet weeD TiluailUe fruit'is perfectly smooth and ra' Court of Dade County. 6-15-97 November Sthto 12th. ,. .. e. ,. to, -
I and Key. West.. dark red hue shading gradually into .. '
#
..- I ; ; iellow that Mr. Winter;:claims is .. e -
'* '
,a"remnant of the banana skin. run W.WB. --'-_. -D.-C.-: CAMTBELI' ,Iii' % : :-All orders sent to us by onr..merchant .. s visiting the City G lt Week win be ptt
ae.t Advertising Medlnm on tie East Coast I Next year said he"I vriffhaVe I. @ CVM1BELL, ,
,of Florida. ..' .an orange skin_ on them? _, POPE ri, :>, .
'The method employed bv Mr.Win.. A TTORHE18 AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW.
ter to produce thesestartling results -----K Furchgott &; C"O. ".
I
A BEALER .OF WEIGHTS and meae- tis a profound secret and he is preparing i : .11 1 East BQ Street. ;

i urea would be a good'thing both for ;to copyright the; beni .' -Grape'TIDCS 18-3-91 .. JACB2ONYI1tLE,FLORIDA. .
'
f. as well as-peach trees,tremble .-. .
J. our city merchants,. and their. .' cu&to- before the skill of ex-carpenter, .
mera.7''i..-'. .. r and among the curious things that c. HOOD;Mi-Dg .
st* thrive in the rear of 826 North Carey .
._-""' street is a vine of this sort that bearsat PHYSICIAN AND SUKStQU..
A PATCH OP srcAB CASE,;; a log: mil! this time ripe' grapes as sweet as and Residence"heir loyal Polael.'f.OOlee K

and a kettle to boil the juice in, and honey and unusually large half ripe -"* 'HOtd.PALYBrtcu. [ 6197W. : A LBB i1rdware1
grapes. blossoms and 'bods; which: .1_ 'M. E. CRUSER
'any settler can make all,. his own syrup ; ;)Ir. Winter expects. to ripen by N..,
.
and some'to' Christmas. PUGH,.M.-.D..: '. .
spare. -
. E: : : .
and GOO
has been
see The down on the peach .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEOK .._
TODAY e w THE LAST DAY on which one of ,the great objecjk. n2.. to that, I. Office Drag f ,ik'V tGbsewareIsatgwdLaste15L
in rear of Df mirk'! Stotw.
afortuneawaits .t-
you can register so as to be qualifiedto otherwise luscious fruit,and BaajBcc-Wwt lde of Olive Street, 3. Doom )t, !: ....All
Kinds of Boat Coo
this a.DY other Sooth of eternal ATroue; .
man or one, '
tote at the city election week 1' :
a 8-2600 WEST PALM BEACH FLA.U StpmT1awue,
) .. ,. '
-
1*ho will succeed in producing a down- << \
from next Monday. It is to be hoped ..,. cruroKOw AlLKInds of Fishing Tackle and S
that every citizen is duly registered !less peach that will otherwise be as B. POTTER{Vii. D., . 'Quick Heal GuiliH Stoves. Blue Plane t saaata lea
Harrison Broa. Mixed PaiBU.Tiatkop .
good as the downy varieties. Ready
present
and in ::
every way properly'q'a1i6 d hi couccOn"

to vote at the coming election, snc The great, improvement_ however : 3-23-93 PALM BEACH....FFJl .. . Large Galvanized Tanks t 8'1a.SEEDSIRII

'f that they will not'fan lo come out ; is in producing fruits with few -- -- os". Contracts, take,*er. hcre U the Conty tar.TUB. ..A

aDd ote on'that-dal. .ornttaeedatfor,,aeedleas I ,_solid! meat J' APLIGU, ..J". l'S..bia,, -

) I .. *I. iyI '. fruit always seem to 6e in the greatest DEHTI8T. 11:

demand,and bring the best prices! ,
I Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
WHILE inhabitants .
MOST OF THE Wrlicaxz cir,
and along this liqe it would P'your Local. Anaeetbetie treed In.ErracUos'. '
of thU"Stafceare'a lon lsiahcerom -- .
d1 of Teeth; '
Florida horticulturiststo! experi ",.' Teeth Esdaeted: Without PaJ.. "_ D1fICHINEWoB
a savings ,bank thrive.are but few of ment.we.a1iyi OFFlCB-tih Door from Cor. CiematUAye.andOUVeSt '- ..-: -c .. .Fresh.;.New. Crop,Reliable. FL
them bat what are within easy reachof j.have tbeJSavei: orange 7-2-9fi WEST PALM.BEACH.L FLOIUDA. -

a po8tottice.and aa prosperitywins and one kind of grape fruit or pomelo __ .. I Varieties best adapted to Florida. -- E

i, to be waltzing down this way, without seeds*and the market is not DANIEL, .h'" "' :' Special Attention given to the* ,. Iron and Brass c";
and obr people may goon have a do!. '-. ." ", ..' East Coast Trade.. ; Castings. ::
overstock but takes all %
*J.wKh.them,. DENTIST. '. '
.
< lay or-two 'they would'like 'to 'put thatnea shipped and keeps asking {. General
Mail Receive ,Attention. and
Orders ; Prompt Repairing Promptly Accurately !
I. J88
INDIAN. M
away for safe keeping, it would beyvory COCOA B1KR,7LOBIDA.1. .
'
for ; said
more. Seedless; lemons are ; .
convenient if, postal savings .- L. CAMERON Iroa Bnildtng Colaaas. Sash Weights and, Barta.SpecUIt/, -
have
to be fact, although we seen "
Pulley,Haagen and Born IB Stock Saw Maadnia d ail rases !
,
banks opened K.. MOSES, The pioneer Seedsman of Fk rlda. B
wt re at WALLACE
every postoffia none as yet, but we know of no good 8-197 JAcesoNtILLEFWRWL
for the benefit of the patrons of eael teMon-why they should not be raised Successor to A. W..Robert SUGAR MILIS .A .

office. As far as heard from the lie without seed the HEAL E8TATE'AND INSURANCEAgent .
as easily as pomeloand
Office and Shops at End of Viaduct in Riverside..
for Weet Palm Beach Town Lots, al
government officers wonld not be o.Wait '
and the demand for
.
orange Palm Beach Water Wur A. : '
materially increased by the openingof them, if seedless, would Kbe much NOTARY PCBLia HOTEL The Palms 10.2197 JACKSONVIUA ;
ClemaiU Avenue,near Olive Street. s w.wwww : ..
postal savings banks; the post greater than it is at present. 5-21-97 Weal f aim.Be ich, Florida

masters and their,clerks! wp.uld oulj I Tl.\,e.l lime.bas. (few seeds, and seems .: ... .J .
have to work a li harder, to 'pb to be gaining' in-popularity in Northern GUY L METOALlf, How Open For Winter Travel. .- '

lige the people :ind earn their sala" markets, and it would probablytake .
NOTARY PUBLIC
The Soutileril Fnoland
E, lea. All Modern Improvements, Electric Supply O
much taster and better if i its few For the State of Florida at Large. Bells Baths ,
Etc
seeds done with. Deeds, Leaxea and Contracts
UNCONSTITUTIONAL. were away .Mortgages. q
-
The pineapple is ordinarily a seed- Drafted.ConveyanetngaSpecialty.. $2.00 TO ,$3.00 PER DAY. --Wboleaal. And a.&au Dealers la.a ,

Oar'late legislature their election less fruit,'and it seems to be duty appreciated All Work Unaranteed Legally Correct. Address-%.-. 1
Office In TROPICAL SUN Block, Wood Coal Coke Brick
law chapter 4537, when fixing the as such, but there is room West Palm Bt-.acbDade. County Florida. "THE PALMS" Lime. c

# term of office of justice of the peace for improvement even in this nearly : "
'
i at two year8,. eems to have forgotten perfect fruit. We have it of different T U. LIV1NGSTOX_ ; 1-16-96 West- Palm, Beach, Florida. ent, Shingles and, Laths I;

or"overlooked the fact' that the sizes, flavors' and keeping qualities, .
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
Vitrified and Brt
Constitution of the State of Florida, but.allol item ha.ve.therough 'outside Paving Sidewalk j t
Sixth Judicial District Dade County,Florida. Ship Fruit
article 5, section 21. says: "He shall that make them no bard, to '

held his'joflice for four: years./ So peel'-only think of a,piQl8ppte"itb 7-7'97'.OfficeIn WEST Maguey PALM Block BEACH, FLA.FRANKLIN Us.your And .

that'that part of the law had better a skin like a guava or a banana and : 'Ii
Products Vegetables.We Office 408 West Say street.
be"silenced" in the 1898 election.. as easy to peel-let our horticulturists 8HEBN. GEO. O. BUTLELQUEEN

see what they can do to give our & BUTLER' will ell them for you at the
.y .... Highest Market Prices and will i 4-28-97 Jacksonville, t o
'POS/, THINGS pines a new kind of jacket. SURVEYORS AND CIVIL EHOINEER3., make Prompt Returns. .

:' Our.mangoes have had their string- Office at Weat Palm Beach
The following is from the Cocoa- inessll'proved nearly or quite out Lands. legally anb-dlrtded and maps farabhed. Albert J. Bucky & Co. J;
Selecting and trading lands locating "

Rockledge News: of them and their flavor made much and estimating timber a specialty. Careful Commission Merchants,

y Good judgment suggests i that the better, so now it is time to' tackle and correct by work mall receive guaranteed.prompt All atten eoicmnnlcatlona 14 Main SL, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

wide-awake, progressive people in their seed and in to the tion. falJll and Blue "Plnts Lowe Price References Merchant in
regard avo *. WEST PALM BEACH.: FLA. 11-7-93 Any Jacksonville. Tie Raymond D InWlt CE
(I each to.section ascertain of the by experiment State will endeavor what-, cado: pear we want its peculiar flavor Write for a Stencil. 1021.97CEO.8.HACKER

products are best adapted to the soil retained but care no more for the TV J.. FLOOD.. v V '_
Climate and conditions of each par- seed: a WHOLESALEs: I
-:
& SON
ticalar :
and
locality, everlastinglypush ARCH/TECT.AND, UILDER.
A seedless sapadillo is not only a
those so adapted their big
gest and best productions. possibility but a probability while Building.Plans and Specifications fur any style of Hous. furniShing

Only don't all in the, Jamaica and custard apples Fourteea',.parl eznertence' la Designing
'
carry your eggs Southern Re 1deilCN. :2-14-15 .
one:basket, in 'other words, don'tctiuffue could be smoothed down a' little at' WEST PALM BEACH. FLQBIDA.M. tI
.
your push to the> one crop well as rendered seedless; ....Goods ::

you find,the most profitable, but use The paw.paw.has been improved .. D. ,L.. DODSON. bs

a little of it on one or'two side crops from the little wild, poor tasting one .. Ua

I that; there is also some money in; two or three inches in diameter and or We extend a cordial invitation to "

I then if "your 'main crop should fail !a few.:ounces in weight to the)large all East Coast Merchants to. ::
iusnous oneeight i ,ten bE:8 Miami, ,- :Florida.
frQ-Iii.!_ any reason ion would. still !! : or.morin 1
I in diameter and 8.28-5. make their headquarters with us.: "
hl J'e.one or more lesser money makers weighing more .' .

'i- to fall back on ani not, be left pounds than the wild one; dot'S' lyiLSON WEATUEUFOBD, MANUFACTURERS Ofr during Gala Week. =

qtrite as bad o3: as the orange grow- on noes. About the only improve' Doors,

.} ers were by the big freeze. meats to be made in this fruit is to do TONSORIAL ARTIST. Sash

I: Push things for all they are worth, aw y with ita seeds and get it'as near Shaving Parlor next door to Poet-Office ItW

but don't con fine yourself to just one solid. meat as possible.The 7-1-97 Only White Barber In Town. I Blinds Seed Potatoes, Beans, Tomatoes, Etc.,. :

?; particular crop.. .guava, however, ia. t1 : fruit :Mouldings
1I .. .. ... that needs: improvement the.-jost at SEMINOLE BARBER SHOP.. .: ==AJTDBuilding BEA."S-Greell Best of Ail.per Pod bushel Earliest,f Lo. Valentine Early Mohswk Imp. JttoqHe:> U

FRU/T'D/fRO VE."E.Vl. present, and that will probably pay JOHNSON d GEA URIDEA U,Prop'". Material. I These BEAds-tau acre Proof Pod ILdnw; Imp. .Golden Wax, Black Wu, Wardwefl'e' Ridley Wsa.. a.u-.;
Pri Intended Wstn
the best for that improvement. It is First ClaM Ton'soriat; wort'SatMactbu .. T ; dace my 1NaIaril 011 tile 10fti' ]t++t. '
Coaranteed < & CHARLESTON S. C. are only KUCH1 whea order i.accolllpaRI 111 this uurtl..L
Good fruit of some kind prows' in now,the best general purpose fruit SEMIN'JLE HOTEL BLOCK, Write for Market. Gardener"Wholesale price or UM Headenoae'.Tbnrbafl'.. tl
West Palm Beach FloridaWbeu LARGEST FACTORY SOUTH. Mall drctb' Buf1)ee',JObDllOD aid Stokes,GtellIl'J",,Liriagtosh or Ferns
every partof the United States,either that ig,. raised in this section and wehave Orderlilled OD same day&II received.- '
If native wild orcultivated -it of' different sizes i H-17-460 .tend. for, Prices.. .
imported, shapes.,, and -; L BURTOH K. BARRS, Seedsman :
and in past years our horticulturists flavors but in one and all of them visiting:Jacksonville-- 10-2197 'JACKSOX\'ILLE. .Y $

have tried to improve the quality the greatest objection to them is call on._ The Coflfee _
Only Roasters
these fruits and increase their size' their seed. While horticulturists in *J.-A.CRAIG & 'URQ

They also have imported and acclijnatfcd other sections .are striving'to improve .J ,-.......FORMEN'S ...... In the State. '. II

foreign fruits in different localities 'the fruits of their sections, : FURNISHINGS J. D.:S( R.; D. GRETHER First-Olass- ..
'"
until this country,now may be wont our:.horticulturists seerif they .. : : I t

said to have a plentiful supply of cannot give ']8 a fine, solid meat, We carry the Largest Mac.ot Jacksonville, Florid. : : t

good and'wholesome.fruits. in every' s eedless.guava 1 such'a fruit would Hats and. CHOICE tEAj T c,1 t

section.. '. ... v be rwj;;qnjly a blessing a\,4 a.jirofit. Negligee Shirts PCRE SPICES, } OCR JOB WORKr :i ifI

\\ bile still keeping upthesearch for to this country, but! the peer of any to be found in the State." Sole'Agents'for FRUIT EXTRACT, J SPECIALTIES, P t'rFAtTHEUNO,

other desirable fruits an-l trying to fruit in the world in the Hue of bothutility b
Knox and Youmans
Hats. Paper, paper bags r dishes, twine .,
the size of those and
increase we already profit.. and other grocers' sundries.All .
Everett Block.2*) W.Bay Street.
IJ&n', our horticulturists are DOW (jive us a I sexless guI\Y&, Coif *Roasted ATfrt Receipt of
8'12-97 J.JiSQnfJp.; FLORIDA, qrdu.nw


..

t

.. -- <-- ..

-



-- ._, .-.::: -;,. : : ..
o--
.: ; '. !., -: ._..._. -=_".. ,", ,, 4'' *. .-, .
< '. > '" '"'"' 'I:1. ; -'.- t.\ .;-" { '
', .:.
... ; ..; c "t' -.;


I .



J THE TBOFIC1L SUN. WEST PALM BSACSFLOSIDiTOtTaSDiT; OCTOfcES'fl, metA .t

. .- -''- .. t

SONG OF BATTLES. had gone to school together and baa had forgot all about Bertha; tbe pretty THEY c94R ''WORDS .. .
only been separated latterly' Now that daughter' of hia 'wealthy employer. He -- I _

a OB Ightms many a afoot lead It my 11I1-forbear. feu.tbt ,., he wu near her again' :she felt that she savr only the girl whose sympathetic A g'Lrt1 riternttit Dr.iss. idli' i IJt i W&YBREGBft" 1
fntnl march tie muffled drum had one friend'with whom abe 'i could ature 'had'(yen so much to him ia the ...u W ti.lwr.atb: i
feuded my father's knelt discus her large1 and small troubles. Jail few weeks. He had eye: and 'ears "t oo'' morningr<.' he aiA' ''Y W'
Vim start eoald do orralor daM When Magdalena entered the -teach only for bet beauty and her distress. loot quite grfgglshV"' Dealer in Hardware, .. 4
beheld. forbears there .
flMftal j ers' room the next afternoon the conduct B[e would not ,jonsent to a separation. "Gri ihr': he hitetmg{t d. "What
of her toward her kind'of look- is ; I-is' it=161t Plat Std' n* Bar Finer flied Paleisr'
a a0ltsae atoek'it 111_ colleagues wan U.[ would not be deprived of her friend- a that? ;; ,
.ee44Nr's blood ran.1a r&7 vdae even more coldly repulsive than heretofore sbip, She wu his anchor, the only anything alarming*" .

flat My heart u.oaahas.fresh .up nirfortUM'i caina. __ It took all her womanly dignityto thing of value in his life. "Obi no,4 illj I'DoD-tw know what i lief CofpIrJ; aid Sit Irk

!*1DI'IVW".1icbea eoanc, p .ta'a despite, bear' in silence the strange, almost The word fell like balm on her griggfsh means? I manufactured ages I -- ,
tMtmt keaTteat odd I still do fight, bitter attitude of her oolaborerc In the wounded heart Strangely satisfied and ago out"of grigv agfasTi6jpeonn!-"
tiller Witted_ London Spectator.. evening when she reached her home she ,meted;Magdalena returned to her thing blithe and'sprightly; your ,know! I De.lerfe Pomp*; npe FltmandGendniPtalubingSupplteaTIuWarsagWwife .
found on her little table a letter from ome. ,Peaceful thoughts filled her tired That reminds me; I had'th*'Etas't inter ''; ---;aad House Fw -ehugs' of. Every Kind.corocTOfr .
OVE' FOUND A WAY. Frederick. It wu full of joy at having brain when she lay down to rest that estingdrani the'otheT night. I\unearned' =

found her again: He said that he would night, and for the first time in'many we kept a'word1 store." AOTT FOIt"THrAEl IOTV orfor'WorraatMffirtmaL. IRftltATIOf PlMft.
henceforth so direct his visits to town weary days she slept soundly "A word store?" .
7"' n. -
MagdaJeoa's appointment u teacher i that he would meet her at the elose of The next school day.,too wu more "Yes; we\ coinadwWMrfln ssufalll .

I the Banal KnooLwa* not receded school "just to pick up the flowers uneventful than had been the.C8IO of them totfeeft venters'of foodfand' of Letitkta ,; One or both promptly:

ftb unalloyed Joy. Her relatives and you lose on the way," the young fellow late.. She wasn't ,disturbed' by a visit typewriters,.and"= Furnwhad. 1414ft '
'
wrote from the authorities. Fresh courage "B w lead* congratulated her on eroyjkC Frederick made good his promise filled i ller heart When she sought the tj the dozen?" he interrupted' ,WEST P'&LM: 'smAOK PLOP'ID8;"
reached the for .
She had goal __
within the next few weeks several te ehers' room at noon, she found it "Neither way We sold each'word ac- d :' '" -

chito had worked M hard. Though times. He told her that he needed hex empty. It wu a happy surprise, and cording,tie amount of"brains'expend
|, _ton paid a fair salary and tbabag advice in more than one undertaking. without questioning the cause abe threw ed'' in- inventing' it,*except the'word .

girl' work would be compara* He spoke of hia relations to, tEa family herself. into a chair rested her bead pertaining to bicelth 1 came'high; U. D. HENDFUCKSON '
rcty light, her OWl heart wu 'filled of his employer which were exceeding against the wall and closed her eye because'they Were so fashionable' OhV ,!

k& uzioui foreboding The night pleasant Especially wu be impressed I She may have tat thus. for ten minutes it was quitea large ton; air divided

|er I ncelT 1I' the. glad ,tidings she with the young daughter of the house- when she wu startled by the marling up into departments; There was' the Merch
led herself to sleep, only to wake up and ere long he confessed to being quite :of a dog. Signor, her enemy: stood bicycle department, thfr--cigar department General ndise.,
smitten with her, and she with him i there.. Beside herself with fear, abe i the electrical department, tae
[tha with of thanks-
morning a
prayer Thus it happened that col medicine'' in'; fart;
Magdaleua's jumped to her feet and with an angry patent department- Wholesale Oils
pint for the boon. Itwai fortunate league saw her more than once stroll gesture pushed the brute away. Signor all line were represented in which in'- ,' (fit' ::
I llagdaleaa that no one knew of her through the streets of the little town barked fiercely and retreated. tendons might be made needing'namet IL Gas lli eS. 76 and 8fc. oo firms, Paiify# Gls 6wq, .: '

breed struggles, and on the day of hertartan and out into the country with the handsome "Come here Signer. Poor dear Signor Ton see, we sold 'a name for so"much1,' -

for, her sew home nonce young man.. When Frederick bad !1" It wu Dr. Stephany'a. voice. and then if''the invention proved' sueoessful H .
I Got
baed happier than the young teacher. i larger commissions to make he drove ,With a arcas withering smile he we shared in the profits..Well. ." tt" Cio, L Dry Ms, Ms, .
DB the second morning after her ar to town in his buggy, and it needed but stood in the door. ,. -. ." said'the mac "1' hope yon

11 ah*reported for daty at the MhooLr little pressing on his part to persuadethe The next morning Magdalena wu showed more taste in'the* matter than SemJl cllift. Hardiare.. ; ::r 'r
| saaaaer: waa dignified, her smile young teacher to drive with him. ill. Her cheeks burned feverishly, her the person who invented such ",word u'capogr.ph'mfmdtigraph"coasptame
She had so little pleasure from day today temples ached and throbbed. She could :
liable; her whole attitude that of a her position at the school seemed to not arise and sent word to tbe director ter and 'opsn llDbe.-the,' give one Agent forl&1Id and William**CUiVfc Ferti1iZ r ;
id young girl, yet the c1Ireet o ofE"aehool become untenable and' she "' ._ _. tt
more wu that abe wu too ill to attend to her dudes. literary indigestion. r
and' her colleague looked young withal and loved the enjoyments All morning the girl writhed in "Oh. yes" be replied "cur coinage Anti-Friction: Iron Marina RailwayFor

her startled.''u aha act foot among of youth. pain but toward noon she fell into a. Wu of a much higher"order:' Of coarse Boats 7S Feet ia Length and Under. .

PHagdaleoawu- When at sundown Frederick drove' up refreshing slumber. When she awoke; We* had word*"'endingiri' \ graph" and '
tall and tlender. UnEucfou to her house to set down his young companion the bright afternoon sun flooded her phone and'cycle, but they-were exceedingly ,Steamers"take- -

grace wu revealed ,in every .-Dr. Stephany accompanied by pretty room. It bathed with ita glorims cheap; and inventor wen rather Worth" and, "Gladys"

I* ef her willowy figure. Dark blond several teachers, passed by on the other light a magnificent bunch of La ashamed to be seen buying them. Word

MMlxrwcd bet shapely head and side of the street Magdalena bowed franca roses on her table.' ,Wearily the .like "pegtm' ld. came high. 1'I.h I On LakrWoftfi.
politely: The doctor barely lifted hia girl drew them to her and buried her xmld remember all' the' lovely nameswe
tm i i high bred* intellectual face ofbaetbtaL hat in return for her salute, the women face in the fragrant gift. A penciled coined she weal 'on.: "The only Schooner "MARY B." regularly between Lake Worth and JaeksooTille.rnt .

Brown eyes of wonderful absolutely ignored her. Their cold, disapproving note from Frederick was ,hidden in the one loin think:'of 1."hi l1wteh,> a sub ; Dearer/Boat on Lake Worth.'
illiancy, shaded by long dark lashes, glance spoke louder than thick of the flowers. They had been 'ititate for' haD laidwicfi. Don't yon '
ire exceeding aoftneat to the other words. sent from the little hotel in the town. think that's"choice?' 1 dreamed that we 3-1-95' LaJte-Worth:, Florida.

w terioui mien.agdalfaa Magdalena struggled to keep the tears 'Something hu happened to me. dearest jold it to a restaurant man and he madeA

( wu the youngest among i back. Their attitude, indifferent at Magda" he wrote; "and I must see mint ef money'out' of iL"Chicago

colleague, and to her it seemed first, now became almost hostile. During yon today. I cannot Wait until I have tribune. .
the intermission the director of the told all. At 'II will drive through :.:' .
FoRGET
tine you
y natural that older women WARFARE OF CLASSES; DO KOI? .....;
school came into the1'OOJll' and asked the forest Arrange your evening walk ;
aid hold aloof until abe ,had been .
her to accompany him to'his office. that I meet Just more '
them for a time. Dr:Stephany so can you. once M.den r..ettaU M... FUj .. Tab's OU : 1 .
Tbe young girl blushed over this new sweet one, come, to me. I may not be 11t Rte1t & CO'
of the male teacher who J'r---- B.phw.r. afros ;
,
younger humiliation. A glance from Dr. Steph.aDY' here much longer." ,
td tb pod of assistant principal, ap- steely! eye told her what this request Magdalena pressed her bands to her The organiaatioa and development of' '
red to be the leader' of the social meant. temples and read the letter a second intercollegiate athletic now absorb
tie of the athooL fie was gifted Her relation with' Frederick< were time. She could not understand what I much' of the energy that used to be DRUGGI8TS r ,

th tofigu tbtldtltaelt to graces the cause of the disturbance. They were be meant Wuhe going to tell hersbont given to the furious warfare r : :
Battery, which ha never failed to aM talk of the town the directors said, Bertha Had be asked her to of classes. From time immemorial there

ly I'tbs props time and place. and he must ask her to take better caro marry him and had she refused him were mighty game of football on the tWr CAR'r' ..tfrtrtijjmggtsi Lnm' OF"
tat* the oatset the teacher of her New Haven green, ia which .wh h
young reputation. '. The girl longed to go to her old play .
I tot' faorab111mprel8ed with the The classes engaged. The freshmen posted Sundries- toilet rticlK'perfumes' "
Magdalena wu deeply.hurt mate to console him, but how couldabe <
ran haired Adonis whose cold, steely experienced aohoolman had expected a !. She wu ill, seriously perhaps thai formal challenge on the bulletin: _
.
eye retted upon her more often humble confession from his young It wu impossible to goy When even Of lyceum, and the supercilious acceptance : and: patent Medicifies;
she liked. Even the director of the sophomores named the day <
a charge. Instead she looked straight into big came, she gathered up all her "
ned to be under the hypnotic infln- his her with insulted for the struggle. "Gome, cried the t
eyes own beaming strength and after all hastened out for
of his assistant, though Magdalena pride She assured him by her the meeting with Frederick. She chose class of '60,' A*Fresh Line of TenaeY'sCandies.'

i impressed with confidence in her honor that neither she nor Fred wu th* lonely path that led to the little .And like sacrifice to their trim' .
erior. He wu a lour of children. in lore with each other ; that be was grovelike park called the forest for 'To All there hot and eyed bleeding maW will ct w nok.offer?war joa., Treatment lridJ.Prompf' Service:

own four daughters graced just that her foster brother, bet playmate, aDd instinctively aha shunned to meet the And'the' Tyrtsens of' 58 cheered nil -
nber of moms and were beloved by that she had thought no harm conk people who were out on this delightful mates with the noble lines 6-1-91 Semlnole' Block, West Palm Beach
It teacher Rose the youngest, was come from her casual meetings in tbe summer evening. Suddenly familiar come hMebon'cmrl
Let them on, th* .
Kagdalena' cl.... Like a warm and streets of the little town with him. She toicej fell on her ear. They came from Each: soil stained chul-alacii t.:': '- "

adly sunbeam she stole herself into promised to forego the pleasure of any one of the gardens along the way and What stall .
gain thqb1i'ipUtten
teacher' heart The principal bad more drives: a harmless liberty she had before she had time to think of escape A sod for their bats back .
Abet fad-be loved flowers and hiaNtwfottBdlaad taken without. giving the matter any the growling bark of a dog filled her On the bloody 'day appointed BREtFORD :EROS:

t dog:which he calledignor thoughtThe_. u ." i With fear. '.. .. 1 tides massed in heavy.column with NaIoleonio 1
director declared himself satisfiedwith "Signory"! called the high, fine trebled tactcis, while the New Haven
l wu the pet of the school, He her explanation and dismissed her little Rose fathers surrounded the field. When the

quietly like a sentinel outside thevof from his presence. The poor girl recog- A moment later the big animal bad found leather ball wu kicked 800 men Real Estate and--Insurance ,

the room in which hit master nized that her path would be more cleared with a bound the hedge that clashed together in frantic, shoving,
ight, It was said of Signor that he thorny than ever now and that even separated him from the path in which dusty roaring chaos, the one side striving -
the thermometer of his master's the enjoyment of Fred's occasional the girl stood spellbound. The brute, to kick the ball to the Chapel'&tred Palm Beach, Florida. '

timents. He evinced fondness for the meetings with her must be sacrificed. conscious of her fear tore her dress fence, the other to force it to the stops I
olau the director 'praised and reined It required all her fortitude to again with his big teeth and beat her tender of'the atatehouse. Swift runners hang Notary'PubUe=======Cottages to Rent.

Indifferent toward those who face her colleagues after this lut re person with hia paws. With a cry of despair upon the. outskirts to setae the ball 1
od less high in his estimation.' buff. Sick at heart and greatly dis Magdalena sank fainting to the chance directed to their feet and hurry I 6-1.97 Post-Ofee' Building North of Poindanc Uctdi- .
room wu wt aside for the use of curbed ia mind, Magdalena found U ground. When little Rose ran out to see : it amid full gazing applause to the goat .

teacher daring the noonday recess, difficult now to fulfill her duties. An- what the trouble was she found her : But it wu in'the: middle press ,where ;
I In this Signer was a welcome tisit- other circumstance added fuel to her beloved teacher prone in the grass' her deeds were uncrowned, where shirts became ;
Magdalena who was not partial to already great discouragement The director white face distorted with pain and pitiful ,I streamers and rib squeezed rib
r*. paid little'attention to. Signor and.Dr. Stephany now came to to behold for the misery that wu 'i until they cracked, that the heroes of Florida East Coast Ry.
dDCU"17 the dog knew thi*. Friend. her classroom at unexpected momenta. depicted in every line. war and the:college bully were to be

toward all he sulked and growled in It was more, than her overwrought .The child called loudly for help. The found From this Titanic struggle the Tte_ TkbU 1C*. 1--c..He&e4. JBM 8, 1SST.
presence. Dr. Stephany more than nerve could bear. Being embarrassed, director and his wife came to the rescue degenerate of today have evolved the

rest was on the most intimate terms she"made blunders. They were alight and soon the young girl wu conveyed emasculated game Which they call foot SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (Bd Up).

tb the principal's Signer. while his indeed, but her Own warped imagination to her home in a carriage. Magdalena ball a.wretched sort of parlor pastime I *oSS Mo:iffT555 oee; _STATIONS. ,No'78 o
iduct toward the young ,teacher 'wuber magnified them a hundredfold. She awoke to consciousness only after -Judge Henry K Howla&d ia ScdbDer' ::::: a ... : ...... ackeoa.ille.r -esfip26p-- :::: noi ,,..,
cold 40 the point of freezing had given to her enemies anew weapon. week's illness that bordered on nerv .....: a3a'..:: I Up .. !..... Allauttn..:.r..LTl f .. ... t :..... ......
a .: ...... I ...... ...... ...... AII ..........A.I'. tlup : .. :..
dnnatiugiy confidential When In the They would charge her with Incom one prostration. During all that time ...... UIja) ...... ...... .........HaMton. ....... ** ...... ...... ...... ......
tor mood, Magdalena always repulsed petency. Director Hart and his wife were most Tuktokv TrUte I* 1Ia... .. .11 fea ..... .... -.A.. .. ...E..t P.1atka;...... 4 Op4B ... ...... ...... .......
::..:.1' SOB ...... .:.... : : .........Palatkya.LT. ..:: ...... ...... .. ... '
a with dignified coldness, bat all herotta Daring the noon recess when, a. solicitous in behalf of the invalid. From Slave dealing'in Constantinople, u ......11 go* :.... ...... ...:.. ..Palaks..Ar.bs :. ...... ...... .:.:...
to establish more. cordial rela- usual, the entire force of the institution her feverish lips they learned all the we know, always exists, and the wife ...... UP ...... ...... :.......JSan Wateo..Ly. I hip ....e"... ...... ...... ......
..... 06. _.... ..... ...... .....,.... Jateo..AI'. ...... ...... ...... .....
is not above the wretched
of
i&s with the other teachers remained wu gathered in the teachers room pent up misery that had harassed the a pasha .....::1t UpK ...... ...... ...... Lv.OrIsoed..Ar. ttSf .... ..... :.....
utie**, In the end they took almost Magdalena was more isolated than ever. girl She wu ,, unconscious of business. Richard Davey, in his book; ...... J.Q6P..... .....' ...... ... ...Daytona..."....? u I48p82p :....:: :..... .y..:: ....
young ,...... lip ...... ...... ...... .. ........Por\0rui8.".. .. 1 ...... ...... ...... .:....
little notice of her a* Signor. Not a work was spoken to the lonely what she confessed to those who "The Sultan and fiia Subjects, saysr"A ........ 1[ tip ...... ...... ...... .. ......Kew Sinjtrn*>....... I Wp ...... ...... ...... ......
Magdalena bad found a pleasant home young girl but Signor, the dog, wu watched beside her but the director's good deal of Turkish traffic ia ...... II* .... ...... ....' .. ....... ,........ aap ..... ...... ...... :.....
slaves ia conducted in the following .... lite ..... ...... ...... .......:..TSkarlne.......... kQtr JI6IIp :..... ...... :..... ...... '
&he house of an elderly woman who. petted and fondled by all In her present feelings were changed wonderfully in ... ..... ,. ... .. ... .. ,. ... Point. .... lip... ...... ...... ......
larded the beautiful young girl with, condition of extreme nervousness the brief space of a week and the colleagues manner OD very well conceived commercial .:.: 1 tip...... ..:... ..:... .. ..:.::. ...Cocoa _...;:.... t ip1207p .......
The wife of ...... 556... .._...:Rockledgt......... ...... ....:. ...... ......
>therly affection. Her duties too, her aversion to the dog increased to positive who had formerly treated her principles: pasha, ...... 4rep. .... ...... ...... .........Kan Oalfle........' 1186* ...... ...... ...... ......
BW easier a* the novelty of her po i. hatred. Twice within the nexweek' so coldly went about with anxious faces ua' matter' of speculation, purchases ...... .eop :.... ...... ...... ....'....?.6amo........:.". UK* .....
\ three little girl for trifle, .....4 I UPS .... ...... .,..... .........MelboarM........" 11ZU .. ...i'
Her class oem'of the director and Dr. two or ..
nwore away. was Stephanycame lest the illness of their colleague prove ...... 66P ...... ...... ..... ........Boseland....... 10
wd 11-year-old girl whom she unannounced into her room. Their fatal either from a slave dealer or some poor ...... flip ...... ...... ..... ........Sebastian...........," 103ba .,.. os7e,
I I Christian .. ,.. .. ..".'. ..... ...'... St. Laaa......... ** I 46a9S7a ...... ...... ......
traded IB history, geography and re- appearance almost, paralyzed her faculties i I It was a blessed illness indeed, despite woman, generally a possiblya ...: 1 ..... ...... .t. ..... Fort Fterc,.....: I ...... ...... :..... 1101,
gion. Tba children loved her, and her and made it difficult for her to fnl-1 t the suffering it caused..The entire Bulgarian refugee who is unable to ...... ...... ....... ::........_lSuflB*.. .......* I ..... ...... ....
her children. The lady ...... 0p.70p ...... M ......... Jensen.:........ j ...... ...... : ii
etk wu never without a rich ,amah. fill her task. Sleep refused to come to town rejoiced over Magdalena' recov bring up own ...... 1 ...... fI_> to ............8luar.......... SiteS ...... .....' :.;.::
tent of floral tributes. Her lessons her tired eyes at night, and when educates each child, teaches it those accomplishments ...... .;...... ...... ..,.Alicia ..... _.... ...... .:.... I fit
because she loved ward aha fell into to-I ery.The which are indispensableto ...... trip -..... .6 .. ..... :.Hobe: Sod..: ... 8 tae ...... ...... ...... 1"
ere easily prepared, morning a most touching event in the young ...... 1 sop ._... 5ba .......We.t Jupiter.:.... 80UaT24a ..... ....11_'
er work and the little candidates for slumber horrible dreams of persecution girl's period of convalescence wu a let harem life, such u singing, dancing ...... tttp ...... : aMI RlTtera............ 7 S3a :..... ......11..-
and musical instruments, ...... S lop ...... 11 Wa Ar..West. Palm Beach..LT. :..... ......10.'.
risdom. In her leisure hours she her back into wakefalueaa.Tbe playing on
paint- frightened ter from Frederick. It 'was not the ...... IIOp..,......1t-rp ",. .Union. ... 1 47a :............ 11.'
and read, thus shaping her life u dog wu always the chief actor in' missive of a boy, bat there words of a washing; starching, ironing, embroidery ...... ... .1iP N ...'...Jott Lauderdale..., Ii ....... ....... 'l*
and even a little cookery. To this ......1iG.... .. to .....Jxrtnon Oty.... 1 ........ ...... I saA"
she amid her He in
leasantly as could strangers.One dreams. was always her way. I man who wooed with all his soul the ......10 4&i pdr.-..........Miami.........:LT. 1 'sw...... ..... IlOIt
afternoon at the close of school He barred egress and ingress. The portals woman he loved, and Magdalena Will may be added a smattering of some for
lagdalena, laden down with flowers, of happiness of love, of peace were that woman. His love for her became eign language and a1 very element 1bowledgeofTurkiabcalignph1. .AJUWIBBASCH.Fo ;, soDTUle'l'nID'82.85 and St., S7 and 78, between a1y. 'Jacl.
tended her way home. Behind her made impassable by his presence. I clear to him on the evening she gave When (. 8TM10SS.Mt&.oak x 8.2. .. Train 21W AagnaMimi and Tor
entered a young man. Tall ridings The old friendly intercourse with vent to the misery she bad so long con- she child is grown up if she ia handsome T s fs '< *f..DTeir'SiIaj.UeIea..W.1JaJp l ria.'..u\r. 1 lap 1125p'l UpNo. Pierce Train daily a1l, except between Sunday.Fort Piers sad'

and a sportsman's cap gave a dialogue Frederick suffered much by the young cealed. On the night of her dreadful the lady turns her to account I Hi'I" 'Ltt3..l'r....Onwg City:....Lv. U 111p 3 Sip'Miami daily,except: Monday. 1
air to the pedestrian from the girl' misery. She avoided her former' adventure he had waited with burning and liberally repay herself for her S UpiU' SMkr.Oraog*City.Lv..12 lip 3 2Spj tine Trains, and 78 south of St. .Augai' 1
no of the girl dropped a bunch of playfellow whenever she could because yearning to tell her of his love and to trouble by selling her at a high figure daily except Sunday. .-

lower*. The )'OUllUaD picked up thetraggling she had not the heart to tell him of the ask her to become his wife. A little in- to some pasha of her acquaintance i tM a.aaa.re
posies and hastened afterbeir unjust criticism their casual strolls bad heritance which came' to him just in through the medium of one of tbe well

owner."Magdsl". excited. When they did meet, she wu the nick of time enabled him to buy a known old women whose business it is "BISCAYNEIi e
, he cried u stepped for I. no longer the bright, cheerful companion beautiful fruit farm. Would she be its 1 to carry' out transactions of that sort"

raid, lifting hia cap and holding cut of yore. She wu morose and silent, mistress .. Ufcator. appointed to Perform Service ai-follows:
kit empty band' and Frederick's accounts of his jolly adventures j I Few w'eeka of the session remained
"They do say that every American is I. aft aOAMI W:3I p.m.Wednesday lad Saturday, connecting with Trala SX
"Iredl" Joyful surprise rang in her no longer awakened an echo in when Magdalena wu able to return to the .
her breast Young Stimson though her post'at the'school. They passed as a born inventor- ., .said patriotic 1MT I .BY WDTIO1'ueaday..and Fridays,

Explanation followed. Magdalena wu not the maD tb be repulsed by what in a dream to the young teacher, who gentleman"My h1llha! d." said the fat lady, "ia CbftMottaf: at MUunl with Train T8 following morning.St. : :.j
informed Fred of her' he called her moods He believed her to found herself
appointment u now beloved and tenderly an exception. Be uses the same old ex- JP.'Hieiwrr. ., I.D. BAHNER.TnIh .
teacher at tbe county normal school. fee tired aud weary with the work of the treated by all used tisaager. Au't Oon. Paismger Azeat t
caB for being oat late that I to .
Fred that he schoolroom u the session drew to an in the Augustine Tta. -
explained was supennendent Early autumn abe wu married heal father use."_Indianapolis
of a 'large stock' farm In the end.One I to Fred and went with him to the Journal my '_ I ,_ _
seighborhood. They stood and Cha.ttedti1 day he pressed her more earnestly pretty little cottage be had prepared for
almost evening and Magdalena than ever to tell him what troubled her'coming.' Sir James Grant predicts that the !

iru suddenly called back to the present her. For the nonce the girl overflowing I Signer wu banished forever from the gold output' of Canada, especially' of Strawberry Plants:
Dr. Stephan,'. commanding form with bitterness, threw off tbe restraint schoolhouse in which he had made British Columbia, will u:JDiih' the
M be passed the two on bis way to the and told him excitedly of all things so unpleasant for tbe little teach. world at no diataat date.
(choolrredSUmson'WM I her sufferings, the bickerings, the coldness er. Dr. Stephany, who was transferred I An Varieties best suited to Florida and the East Coast. Send to JOHN BEACH'

her half brother of her colleagues Frederick wu to another school, took him along to; We art always bored by those WOOD & W-i. MEtBSU E, FLORIDA, for Special Price List, just 0 iaiyt'

|, !&Kf> TV? ha4 11'9"'''"p Icgetber, :Fdsepll "J.hrnfrOr the IIt9mflt' bf hi.i4 pew od .-St; i/juii ficpubUe, I 1 f* bort.-w bdoacaGld, fLANTS URG8 ANPJIEAWBY, ;

-
1


f
'
-
.en.ras..aam.a- .....-..,...- s



_- .". -.., '
{ ,.' "

! : -'i'' .",

,'," "
>
: ,-tf:II fmt =;?


:< :


L&. .* ,!:
< '

f < '.: ... "STAND'BY.----- for Dick doer not come, OLD NEW YORK MARKETS. is yarn[ede a rer
: *i [ womaain general with those be kvea, failing heart :
-' : and who has been so leader and true tome nor is there any answer to.my poor,teat Now is tie Tin 1iwwUadTrKoHatt d atberaere:
f- .lfteh'trc f1l tb. sea, u4 tbilio.e9tmaI shy DM Things Soa .w *t JI6.1a
blotted 1e Suns rise and sans set
'* < y t. all these years tha(at times jhis verygenerofiity'make < ,I ?t this tale that iota *p:froM the Java --.forget lot those Dick has left me. His lore tried perhaps Twn Ton* Stock Ota tree Ire aD weD rooted tad w e wr wr j
4| ....tegv 1 ? ? 1Iho giremuch bare'a right > expect before,, to stretching, snapped before It is more than 300 years sine the eat aa when a rod best..WM rattled aloof the oldstreet forced merriment,of that foolish authorities'of New Amsterdam resolved"to sPed Orders, We ear fartfall Badwood for IIearlac tree, desist aU
much in return.A the the beading Varieties Lerea.. PoIIHloe iatloa era4 e- _
t Wit BO mourner la sigh bat*much ass long engagement ia a very tryingthingaft laugh, and because be bad not the erect a meat market and cover it JHE urriKJ-iVHxa< jarueiufcs. B I"p" BJ '

< doc.. that eif* jiiainiahe4ihe:! mutual heart to tay sa he has held hia'pam" with tiles to have a block bought therein M.7-3M

;,.- 11* lUrcr. gray mOar blown in from thetamwai love of'those nost concerned but and gone-gone for-good and to leave the key with Andrie,

"I\ ale'v ...the .fflB where castled the that it is apt to lessen the outward expression It is spring again Y. the second the baker who shall have temporary

L d eed, of it and bring about unintentional spring ,since. my lover left me. Twice charge thereof. This was the pioneer
1 sacked in close behind md.-tied-..np u the alights and.appirrt eoolne ea. already have the-fields been red with New York market established on the "Prejuclfr :Oft mates as to lose tie good we arl : '

craft and it is trying, too, from the fact that poppies and the deep woods:,brown with green in what if nOw Battery park, tad Like A win man never beds hb prejudlcgDoAbty -
Of the lid bowed there with -
i atrmnger nas
:
.s covered bead.. the longer it lasts the less considerationor falling leaves.. Twice have we dressed U was resolved by the authorities of the jetting all the good he can aDd tfcraiar j' -

I Tock*hitch la his trooaen_.heaved, deep sympathy, .it seems to elicit from the churcb with ivy and holly and hung same time that the cattle should be hia wisdom. Wise people trade at tsfes
--
I I xf' sigh' those even most nearly allied to the by. big busheaof mistletoe ia the vicaragehalL hitched "beside the churchyard, where cause "Willy MHy." There's saving as well as Coed'r =
t
should
: 44 Hid. 1 taoognt sona.OB* justfttadbj.
f ..' era and who. when'the first cabal of the some stake were bed en Broadway, them '

;;. affair.js orer.. are. apt to regard its I have come up, to London to bay a little above Morris street For a few Sew \JJrteo&.testralDe.Iht.l

;-.. dne'i the moan of the blast,the raiD on'the lenghfnecl existence with ore ethiIg of summer""dresses for my sistfirs,and ,on rears this war, the only market in Hew New UID&.B.i>ai .,.......__TH ,

S'.' beach. and Eli im this r aen'a impatience, not to say contempt.: Dick other domestic business, bat these duties York; but, the local reformers of the OnlrafcwJMkTaWePeaeh**,...... 20 sLtkewiee
1- C&rtew-IfttIe err.deed tpray. and I have been engaged an immense have been achieved. and BOW, before i time insisting presumably upon a bib Choice Fie hacks_:..sere *

;;'. $id thewaOot weanlings,who wait for while, four years ,before mother died,' go home again, I am ,bound on aD er. change, it was determined to open a Oyster Cracker. 3Sb .-_.. ....... .23 *

u him.teach and he wu ready and waiting for mewhen rand which though would not dare fair[ or market for the sale of "store and Fresh eweetsmrar-nml1IaaaI,a weOkaowi -

t 'lir1e ereed,.,beowneddd' :auataocfcabnaveaiyOr soe Way firetrtaken"rll: near i a 'own it to any one (for indeed I know it fat cattle, steers cows, sheep, goats braad. 1a eta

did some wild sorrow hi*own life had Urt year before thatI 1 to be both vain and foolish), baa been hog, bocks and such like," and to that ,
r.,. Send o'er-his aid soal, M the pauper waft. don't-8ee him often.* He ia q affil pressing on my heart ever since I left end stalls were built This market was If you hare boarders, the cdSfee yon KTTf satt'MANE .

{ : engineer and,'too bney'.toVay fre&u&tvisits ) home. with a:yearning persistence to opened on Oct 30 of each year and was or MAR the reputation of your labfe. Ow _

Till. to*heart breaking: .larmadehi.sjmpsSbimelt to"our quiet village but'during which; even though it be unmaidenly, kept open until the last day of November win give better satisfaction go farther,cost less,a&4

For this poor,friendless mortal, fonakea at this one his patience has. been tried I cannot choose but yield.It .. : than other eoffea can pot for the
lattt mot than osnaL I is to visit Dick's lodgings, where later a market was yon more any you

ji<. Did a lob tag. his breart' ,or a tear wet hii ejefI ft' b there ever a gayer gladder time in he always lived when he was in Lon- Twenty what year was called the water-. 35 cents per pound 3 pounds for.$1.00.
opened on
know sot. and care not,bat mates, he
., 'I "stood by." all the year or a gayer gladder morning ,don. and the address,:of which I have ride, near,-the bridge which spanned

than this when I rise' and look known by heart this many a year Wall street, and it was thrown open to "BURKHARDrs!

t .. Be"stood by"" all" akoevntLat, wide 1' JacQ across the ,frothing snow of pear blossoms I go there and make my littte excuse the public on March to&. 1677, and eon-
road. ; and meadows paved with golden about wanting to see the rooms fore
tinned Saturday following
He -stood by"In the bonds of the great open every
tmxherhuid.E buttercups to the red roof of the village friend-I hope it is. not very wrong to for three years. At the expiration of'

f"---- "stood by"ia the fraud old Samaritan -inn. half hidden in elm trees, beneath say so-and even manage to get out his three years market day was changed to

code which Dick lodges!? Perhaps he may be name as the person who once recommended and ia 1683 another ia
Wednesday step
i That tin one to be tia
I friendly food to du
f good.EsaTen striding across those meadows now to i them to me. That proves an advance was taken. There were three

bless him and beat him with fsvoriaj pay us an early visit! and bring' me a I "open sesame" however, for Mrs market days in each week-Tuesday, :

r gilt bunch of violets. He has done so once Brown beams with smiles on the instant Thursday aDdSaturday. Bat the precipitate

To his far away, home. Should the wild tern- or twice'but father doesn't like visitors and begs me to walk up stairs zeal and energy of the old Dutch '
pestsnute
t',' When wares take his deck'aad wad take hit at breakfast, and I'm afraid Dick has "which fortunately the rooms are vacant inhabitant could not be restrained: even SPRING:

I --, saiL!, .. found it oat sit, any rate he does not ,and just as ,they was when Mr. by the conservative bnrgomatters, and G. G.

Barely one will walk near in the watch of come,today and so I go down to breakfast Meredith was them hii self, for .times so in 1684 it was ordered that thereafter !
the night, give the orders for dinner and am and agabi'he'd said to mef.Now, Mrs
ciao.dl ay to our hero Fear not,it Is L i "fish shall be brought for sale to the ..
f J-' I know thee of old and haw come to'itand just going to assist my little' sister(Brown*don't,you go doing nothing ,to dock opposite the city hall and may be

I by"Bev.Robert through her laborious efforts at wading these rooms, for comforbIer couldn't be, sold in the house that Long Mary form- .. Manufacturer Retailer and Shipper of.. .
'
"
:Milntyre to Chicago TimeaEarald. np the scale on the piano when the \ and it ever I returns to ,London it's erly lived in; likewise herbs, fruits

t maid brings me a letter which she says bark to them shall come and nowhere etc.If Afterward the ,
t: j roots, Broadway
; has just come from the inn and I see his | else.' And,'by the, way, ma'am if so market house was leased out to Henry q :
I CECIL from Dick. be-yon're a friend of that dear gentle
: I Crossley, a batcher, who stipulated to
How,thankful I have been,since then man's, perhaps yon can give me his ad- pay for it for seven years a rental of II ICE

![ I "It's the fault of there being inch that I left Maude and went away to drees. There's'! a letter been lying 'ere per annum and keep it in good repair.As
read it for the first for him this long. It come about
large family dear; that is all" by myself, even eveiso the city of New Amsterdam was at AND
I dazzle I It be- six months 'after he inclosed in
words seem to daze and me left a
time somewhat short of fond
"And bad fault tax""Dick that a
t a very gins, "My dear Cecily," and then I sit note to./the owner of the '01188,' sayingas r,..
plan was adopted which in these days
t Don't you like the family? and read and reread the rest over andover whoever posted it had dropped it into
obtain favor of the
would the
never
/ I
"Not as I like yon child and not how knew between the and the in-
again long |. never a gap postbox
.. l board of estimate and apportionmentIt
t enough to like them to monopolize you with eyes that,see yet see'not, and e t fmde of the wall,and there it bad stuck, was arranged that each market should DistilledefrIier WaterJ

i :',' and take up all your time and thought heart which beata-vet refuses to'com I no one finding it till a few days before." be built and kept in repair by the neighbors

i ',4' and interests so,that I, whom you are prebend. Dick is gone,and h.this is what, i I am standing there in Dick's own and at the end of 60 years it was

s :: going to can hardly mach he tells me. ,j room the room where be sat and worked
I > marry get so to belong to the city. IDthia manner a
F 1 ." u a word or look from yoa"I When he went back to the inn he!; and wrote'many and many a letter tome two story building was erected by the
i Ice Chest! Yews ul 1
I : "Who with 70* nOw,'Dickf: found letter, awaiting him Jromr the ,. in the happy day of old the, lad neighbors at the foot of Broad street $ tsr ,
.. contractors for that .Ctpiadiaa railroad room perhaps in which be ever ate a
I "Tea,for three minnteTf the Another was pat up on Hanover square
garden of which he had told meal before sailed
joe before Ilwua or rested he away
r ."z. gate. because if I came: iDaide"JO will liberal offer; and be was still very fronr:'me and England together and :at-not the then foot Brnovergaare-and of Maiden lane. The a third last Water C eleii. f'I'AarORIES.R

be surrounded by the whole lot of them hot and angry. On the epar of the moment yet ,I cannot look at it. I cannot
subsequently came to be known u the
J next moment) and for anything we.may he sat down and accepted it, and think of it A bans baa'come before
Fly market and bad a practical'mcmop.-
t ': want i to say to one another we might ihenym the acfpf sealing the letter re, my eye 'and a' numbness over my oly of the business of the city on that
well be pented him of what he had done. Perhaps brain for there the table before
-,- aa at opposite poles Yon mayn't on me I side of town until the establishment by

i f ,,: mind it, Qcily-you don't seem to doao he remembered'how fceg vfhad:I lea ,my letter, the very letter, .blotted the neighbors of a market at the foot ot"Wall Cocoa and West Palm SeDcMfulW
loved another and what bitter ) and soiled
and
t one part i with tears crumpledt
; at anj rate-bat, upon my soul, it'i street to be known U the Mealmarket.
parting would be. At any rate, lie pa ; with age, which I posted with my own
bard line on a man who loves It was established "exclusive
you. the letter 18 bps and t. band two and which ah ] J
'- It u in pocket came np i I years ago ( ly for the sale of corn aDd meal." and
an evening April ThelandU
the vioang to tell me'agarn that it 1 1 see-it ail ael*-how could I think hint "
also latel stood for sale lobe let tohire"
': :; or
all afloah with the pink blossom of the would marry hint ia Jan*be would stilla I (\110 hard,'so unforgiving': I agb' to I In these
: at this point 1739 primi-
almond and the white blossoms of the cept the smaller appointment is'lie a i have,known his nature better?) he never:, done .
tire market arrangements were
pear. of this, or if that were really impossible ,i received at alL :
I with and the present system,since
t' Ha is very handsome always, rather would arrange to C come back from I1, I mast be very weak or the shock'iii ., away and them.
enlarged impro1'edlUpeneded
f angry just now my lover but.I know Canada in the autumn, make me, bit i I too great for as :Mrs.,Brown leaves the,
The city now receives in a in mar. BROSTIJ
year
I that the anger comes from lore, and so wife and take me back with him. I room I sit quietly down and faint away. ket exclusive of vault LITTLE
1 rents $385.000,
I think more of the first fact than the Well you guess what be found? A J It is only for a minute,however. The, rents and market permits. The whole
second u I look into the
I" up smilingly whole family; laughing and making; sunbeams which were shining on a pot public revenue from this source is about
brave blue eyes bright with a pu ion- game of him.mocking at the pain which i 'of yellow crocuses in the window have, 0
300,000 a;year.-New York Son.Jebm ptjosptyate amRa
ate and matk how well Fertilizer
gleam the had driven him away, the love which i II'I not,moved a hair's.breadth, and faintlyon
broad snare rat shoulders and shapely had brought him back, my laugh-I the clear cool air 1 can soil hear the I II I Stuart Km.

r:' head stand oat against the golden glory heaven help'me, mine-the loudest 'In bells from some distant church which Mr. John Stuart Mill has not failed, Jacksonville, Florida.

i: of that evening skI.t. the party; my'hand aiding in the jest!"were calling the people to a saint's day nor can he fail To ascertain whether a

.. "And, pray sir do you expect me to which was amusing a set of thoughtless service when I came in. is failure we most ascertain
:'. be'alwa1l at your beck and call!" I walk boys. "And so," he wrote "I went], There is, a step at the door but man what he a aims at Mr. Mill
never
t.:.: "I'm sore" you get your fair share of at away, and I write this now to bid you, though I know it is Mrs, Brown I.cannot thought to startle and dazzle the house If you are requiring Fertilizers for '

i teD oo. goodby. My eyes have been opened at look up or raise my head from the by his oratory a* Disraeli did when he 5 Vegetables, Pineapples, Etc, write to ..
I "Do he says gravely "when I last, and I see only too plainly that the hard deal table where it is bowed. AD first rose to speak. Mr. Mill has
no oratorical -
> wait a whole week for the chance of one years which have only intensified my my long self restraint all my painful gifts, and be knows it, nor can ., us and we can give you more value .
a te.' walk with you and when the promisedday love for have withered at the pitiful efforts at womanly reticence,and
you yours
{ he be called a rhetorician. He is a close for than other Man'
t comes, you coolly send me word root, that my visits have been a weari-1 I bravery, have broken down at last hi a reasoner and addresses himself your money any t

that you've got something to do and ness"my fidelity." 'esl" 'Perhaps someday f burst of childish grief, and the tears so our reasoning powers and.directlyto though ufacturer Dealer in this State or .
; i( are too busy even to see me? I might 1 I may live to be thankful thai,I long held back break forth in blmdinj he has of

!. have claimed your promise to marry me have learned this lesson even so bate I[rain and my face is bidden in.mjpanda. all his great hearers command know be language never condescends ai from any other State. Write for pamphlets .

I two summers ago and again last etUJDD.i I bnt 1 do not > So it that J
cannot so yet, can I bring : happens some one to deck out his arguments in rhetorical prices, etc., to above address.
when I offered makin'jCof that.
i : was the myself to the useless pain of meeting coming in sees me before I see him or to catch Mr.

:I\\k.. new Canadian line. I refused it only )Ia you again. I go back to my old lodgingsat can so much as dry my eyes and utters Mill did finery not succeed u applause an orator, but -

: because I knew you wouldn't leave home j ten once and sail for Canada this week. an exclamation: of surprise."I then he did not
He did
l attempt oratory.
", soon after your mother' death, and Would to heaven you bad told me .the beg your pardon. be adds very not excite a furore of cheering bat then
l I could not bear to go away without yon, truth which sends me from you before, quickly. "I only came in because my he neither wished for Aoimi
expected
p but now there is this other job of the but I do not blame yon for not doing so. i i old landlady has b en'elliDg me someI nor applause Baker &

r same sort in Perthshire, and they nay I Yon were always gentle at heart and II thing about a letter, and a lady" ADd Mr. Mill
r ,: can have it for the asking. The works believe you could not bear to hurt me I. there he breaks off for I have lifted my little for we should say cares very -4

s : are to begin in July and if we are married to my face." And then he bade God head, and as oar eyes meet there is a such as applause.that which Rapturous Mr. Horsman cheering and -< WHOLtSALK DXAlCU U )
i
in Jane-dear Cecily my own darling bless me and signed himself "Yours cry.I .

love do say that we shall be, do giveme ever faithfully, Richard Meredith. :I "Cecily Cecil;! Is it you? Oh my Mr.to think Lowe be can an evoke offense would to Mr., we Mill venture He Cotton Seed Meal and FertilliBuiidi

what I askt Think how long I have I cut the meat and serve the padding'darling:, my.love,, what good angel would perhaps ask,with the old Roman
x waited for you already and how badly that day at dinner and, though I cannot -!i brought you here to give me the sighS "What
orator foolish have I said
i I want and come to me! Cecily thing Corn, Oils, Floor, Feed CrIU aid S J.J
, -:. you say one word there must be some- of yon, and somehow somehow in that these people applaud? And in-
', dearest, if you love 'me, say. lou will. thing in my face which frightens the i one moment all the pain and grief and deed we ourselves have after long
ex-
Say it now. boys for they stare at me with wonder- [ weariness,all the bitter bravery of days 'I
perience come to think that applause in Materials
[; "In June! I repeat, my eyes wide ing eyes and are strangely good and when "the burden laid upon me seemed the house of commons is often uproarious _.

' : with dismay and drawing myself still quiet I never break down once or rise greater than .I could bear" are gone, in ,
1 proportion to the foolishness of
, farther back. "Dick" you promised not until the meal is quite ended, and then blotted out like breath from glass and ;the sentiment which calls it forth. Lime Brick, Cement md Ftasteriig
to be in a harry. at last I esaape, and as I write to Dick t| there is nothing but joy and peace and
;:. "I never promised anything the I the tears which have been frozen till!I rest,rest perfect and serene to mind and Deep attention broken only by significant Tough on Flies." 1

f sort but if I had done so I should have : now break forth like rain and blot.the : heart and body for I am in my level's. murmurs is to our mind far more .

kept my promise over and over again.. words as fast as they are penned. j I. arms, and my tired head ia drawn down complimentary and uproarious to applause.a speaker than What fierce Mr. Guaranteed to Protect Horses anti Cattle against Fliti

Cecily will yon ever find a lover who I For of coarse I answer him. I have upon his breast and I hear his voiceS -

has waited as long as I have done already I read-in nove-cl girls who, when S the dear, tender voice of old-murmur.- Mill with intended his to do was to reason calmly 6 18 97, Office Mala lId Bay SU., JtcksonT,
opponents, and this he J
,' ? And yet you talk of my waiting > they have hurt or angered their lovers, ing prayers for forgiveness mingled with I' in doing.-"The Inner Life succeeded
of
on for another year still If you loved (J are too proud to vniie cr sj oe werd such words of love and fondness as I rthe House of Commons William --

me in the least yon would be as tired for pardon, but I am not like that I never thought would greet my ears White

;r of these delays as lam. but yon don't } love him too dearly ill as I may have again on this side of the grave.

i, and I see it only too plainly. You don't proved it and stupid and shy as I have The bells have ceased to chime. The How a Bird Regained It* Foot. ESTABLISHED 1875-

r even know what love is. Yon"- been of showing my affection by outward p yellow crocuses bend and shiver before It is not only invertebrates that have '

"Hnllabalo hnllabalo Ceeily, Cia, signs. I am too sure of his love the sharp, cold breeze, but we two stand the privilege of seeing the renewed William A. Bours & Coe

where are yon?* shouts a boy's voice : for me to let any false shame or misun- in the April sunshine, and the light, I growth of any part of their bodies which ,

from the laburnum bushes behind. derstanding rest between us, and BO I which falls on Dick's bronzed head and may have suffered amputation. This

"Don't be silly Dick. Let me' go. write and just tell him the whole truth' kisses the crushed white hyacinths in t phenomenon known as regeneration Grain
Garden
Please let me go," I stammer out hurriedly I about that luckless scene, tell him how my breast is no brighter than that also takes place in birds, if we are to Seeds and F rtilil iI

;but I have no need to repeat the dear he is to me and beg him humblyand which brightens our two hearts on this believe a writer in a scieutifio paper
rrr
request At the first sound of my rough ; with tears to forgive and love ma the sweetest springtide of our lives.- who quote a curious case of the regeneration 6 East Bay St, Ja&uintk Fkr112'We .1
tongued little brother's voice Dick has'dropped still, not to give up his journey. (if be All the Year Round.AMitaoaer.. of the foot of a canary. This ,

my bands"and stepped back : has accepted( the post I know that cannot canary had been seized by the foot by a .

(, "Let yon go? Oh certainly"he gays be), but at least to come to me be- tame crow which occupied an adjoin Handle Only the B.t'lid llGet 8etlabla Seeds A- eo.....[start ai

i r with a strange, bitter accent in his fore he goes and say goodby and to "Who is that man who writes communications ing cage and the lower part of the leg

Voice, "for good, if you like. I expect take my promise that at whatever time every day and signs himltne was wrenched off. The canary did not Hay, Com, Oats, FI &, Bran U, Brb4;

it will come to that some day. Good. he wants me I will be ready to be I self 'Constant Header?' said one clti- ,die however,and managed to get along

t by!" And off he goes, striding over the -wife, whether he can come back for me. with only one foot A short time afterward I a a a a a con_ SlId Meal Both Brllb! .
1 I' t dewy grass and under the milk whiter fr I have to go out to him. Other wo- 'ED.f't don't know' who be is," replied it was observed that the protrud ,
k 1
I blossoms of the thorn trees, without another i lien; have done that much tot tileD who I the other, "bnt he's a misnomer. He lug bone began to be covered with -IT WHOL1 rii n"a _-
an state
: Word or look.. love them, and why not I for Dick, .comes a great deal nearer being a constant excrescence of flesh shaped like a pear Agents For Tygerf Allen Fertlllxer
'
It is too bad. Of course the children who has waited for me longer than writer.Washington Star. I and six or seven months afterward then BtuBned renlliaer.Geaneteed Aaalyab. Orb. Tow enl itgvtabla rarer

don't really mean to hurt me, but it is many lovers already and signs himsaif ------ grew oat from this excrescence first GmeaABaae. Nitnte Bode ...:tale.. t'.uaaw tele0at......k Kawsk.1.+

too bad. and the worst of it is that I mine "faithfully" still? reaya Worth M UhtA claws and then a whole new foot. two AI Send 'orCa rertilirer'ae4 tTet--.gym, tarn ae v/yam,la t'e iiarket red a rush .111.

dare not show my vexation. So my letter finished at last v and I Londoner Js now able to drop I first the bird did not use this new lDem-

Poor Dick'iapurt of temper is forgotten ; walk across the fields myself (will nottrust penny in the slot for a six hours' supply ber and he remained for several weeks
and tea proceeds without further it to other hand to if ia of
any ) put an eight candle power incandescent without resting upon it,or at least
doing
illnelon to hire I cannot bear Dick to the post Igbt and he take the
II can whole to very rarely but after this
period cj
be angry with me-Dick, who for all And I do wait Walt patiently indeed, amwat at once or divide it into small experiment the supplementary limb Sul

I;,, 4 1' fry Dame is geliue. M-* but with a daily,lessening hope 4 daily daily installments,-Boston Globe flame W. qsefu Rod solid U the!! qtfcer be-, S hcx'xh for q'h.o




\ 1f> t **. 1



__ __' .__ Iii



.' h < .,...."' .. .,' .'. '.''' ;' ; ;-
> "" : :r ?= '' '
; ) f-:' "" -::':<, --,; ; ?' i -0 -' ,._ 1: .;'''' ";-'" _"'.>-.;;.,, t f3


.
t, ,

-.
a
1BE: ;ftOPJC.1L 8tJf.wsTP: ; ALH 1IUC ;JLOIID.t, trl8DAYtocroBEI' g1, 1811. f '

:,:1'-
-- -- -
=: : ,
---
--'"
Editorial COQ W) Ron) M Two. I for auger,the same as she is helping ;:. IEGAI
: NOTICES,
it.- I to furnish tobacco, to make np for :TA: B4, GampbU,; .' ... East e oastis : OOtylpal1Yj 1
AS
WET
THE 8EA80H
IS over"ourvegetable what Cuba is not able .to supply at ---- ,

[[ growers will .begin to pre:.,I present. end-it'is.to. tie. hoped Flori- (Mgr Ludden" ., .Bates. So...Music.House. ), NOTICS OFAPPLICATION! FOR .3f. rDidL i -. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL .

pare their land and pat in their seeds d la-will improve the'' opJortllnity to Jacksonville, Florida. DISCHARGE.Fotlee ej; ,.

as the land,is dry enough to her Is hereby gives;; thai six raoaOu Ir
ork.. :. '. 1\ '- 't. ; own present profit eadboth after this date,on behalf of the late J.H.Brei&:
V .. preheat and future pr sp rf.t' PIANOS ford Executor of the Estate of..J..-C, JIoas. DEALERS a 3W8.
if.PBEPABATIoNs land,deemMd, I shill eke seal aeeooat and >
alien apply tneCoMly Judge of Dade Couatj IN......
FOB this Season'svegetable Voifl florid, tor a dbeaarg*from the adiaiBistratloa -
crop are under way in this ORGANS of sajd' estate; .' -' FRESH, ,
Ivicinityand the prospects "are gooJ. Spe ulation' is rife as to why Mr. "?.15m- E'fB: n.\hi IJ..o4.. '.
'
increased should have ErettitordtheEinafeofj'. ..llrdafar4... -
nor even an acreage o'r Flagler effected a loan '' -

Host year. of '1,259,000 on the East Coast Best Makes; lowest Prices, .. '[: "l _.- .
,
.*. Easiest Terms. 1 JOT1C8 FOE PCBUCATIOH.' 9 ."" ...- ...
railway, as report has it. Even if .. .. l, .

WINTER is COULVO ON APACE, ande this be true, it does not follow thatit Sheet Music, Music Books and Small LAUD Orrici AT GAixuriLLi, %&., r" ," : Goods'

would suggest the propriety of was.a matter of necessity on Mr. Instruments of All. Kinds at Rock.. Jot ice U hereby siren that Sept.the JTth following-, 11 7.f receive delivered'

very. property owner cleaning: up ilagler's part. Indeed if we might .....Bottom Prices.... earned auke settler final proof hit lied u notice-rapport of of hit his iateatioalo stain, fresh -
his premises and lot front venture to guess we should that I and that raid proof will be node before Clerk free
so as to say Write far Free Catalogue.. 61757'6m Circuit Court, alluo"Y1orida-oa .XOTCB- Oysters '

ELake. the..neatest. possible,show .toUT behind the 1080_are reasons that the tier uth,IW.'Tiz' : 'p- ,anywherein
winter visitors, saying nothing public generally: is tl interested Andrew J. fillg, of Xobs.Bousdtflalda. every, town.
Hd.ji.ss,for the S\i of 8W!(,..fee* 12.agd day. ,
bout one' own benefit and satis bonding railroads, and speculation WEEK I BATES. W of JlfWIA. See: 11,'rJj.rosy L U E. J't -
action therefrom. -* In railroad stocks is not'an'uncommon enameatefollowtng witnesses tit prove ?'
: ... hiseontiuuooi residence spas and CD!ti ration
thing these days and those who Dr. Vincent Will Give Twenty Per !of Mid loci TI: -. '
..e.HON. ', !. Cent.Discount During, This Time, I E.E.lrviea; of Hobe Bouad.noriaa.; Fish Houses. at Railroad Wharf, Opposite the
engage in these deals generally i do so Present Indications I WID.Nfrlson 8.to Taaere:.Cowlea.,."..' u.", s"., !tSl. *
.CHAS. W. JoxEs..died-in-.the tor profit,, present or prospective. are to the effect that W. A..ckIll1lt1lf; Bnrlen. Florida. 'i 1 Ice Factory.. 10.14.97Fruits
fully soo afflicted persons a atMt' J.U.BAKCO, ,
ane asylum in Detroit, Mich., on Who knows but that this deal is will go to Jack. I :. Reglat.L .
onTille during Gala
.
itbea llth. anfj his remains wernbronjTitltoPengac6Tafor within the range of railroad sock .WrekfortheezpreMimrppat FLORIDA ..
; of consulting .c>o oxxxo.xxo ox.o.xTr) aa. ac POPE & 'McLAURIN.JACKSONYILLE ;
'intermenton operations with alttmetepr09t;, in Dr.VinctoUTo -I. .." -
the 15th. He was elected to the view, or possibly the loan is for the all treatment those who dnriaf begin TICKETS ;

nited States Senate from this State extended Gala Week Dr.Via.
Pt[ .
purpose ? .more opera. cent will give *discount and Produce ,

|1875 and re-elected iu 1881. Heal tions, and for the enlargement ofgreater fee and from the same his oaoal rate .....T9..., .
a native of Ireland and 63 years transportation facilities will prevail until the < ;
;>'age. : 7! case 18 eared. Thisla :A T :r.. :POINTS Commission M zohantsaFancy
.4 southward. ftJ the Cm time that ; _.
U. Dr.Vincent has ever .
.rA --
-
and It win trotabiy be the lowered last so all his who prices can, !-1T144s -, Grades of. ftnttett and Cheese.
Cocmr JCDT.E HEYSEK hasidecided GRAND'GALA'WEEKacksonville should take advantage of it.' : ':' ,, .

|o postpone County,Court till ,next curing This eminent long-standing eclallat| cases takes which special have pride been In nfl di's' Ticket Ap / We Solicit Your Business.
la-r' term and not hold --- 1t given np by all other physicians No matter how ., t \
it on the Tons you have been ill.give him a trial If yon We oely solicit the twines ol Merchant lad Will Not'In orders fross Coasasters-ttey
Jrst Monday in November. No in- [ is Making Great Pre cannot go to set him send for symptom blank. .101 w. Bay.t, Ier.Bopa, shoald buy from their home dealer. "'**17' "
SPECIALTIES 4' -7a.k.oravLA.Il'Ioxid..
17
rest win be'injured;and the Conn- parations For This Event CATARRH and all CHRONIC DISEASES of -01
y will be the gainer by such post- ,. the Eye, Ear, Nose.. Throat. Lnngs. Heart .a.. a as- aaa' a I.
*- Stomach, Liver Bowel. Kidneys, Bladder,
joement, and these WA understand, Nerves,Skin and Blood. Chronic Ulcers (OH .
"
It Will Btgia Kovember 8th aid last Until Sore Legs,Cancer;.Rupture; stricture..V.rlo. T. v. CASHEN
Ire the,reasons for Judge Heyser's November uth-tow Rallr lad Ea'tea Offered eele.without Hydrocele Using- the and knife.Piles' guaranteed Rheumatism cored Diseases The Oade Couiify'State"Bank, i

iction in this matter. All interested -Splendid imnsiments oa the Pro peculiar to Women,and Private.Diseases
.
jjbould read his letter published else gramme. of No both charge sexes are for given consultation'special attention.Fees alway* Palm Beach. ,,floMda.Authorised .

here.in this issue and govern them '>. reasonable. Special rates for mail treatment. '_. __. ..* -.... .Manufacturer of and Dealer In

elves I accordingly. Jacksonville intends to hold a gala Dr. W, T. S. Vincent, Specialist. Capital $100,000.

r week on November$tH,jth, loth; nth Mohawk Block,Cor.Bay and Market .,

and izth, and this city rjll on that occasion ; Jacksonville, FloraHours da. Paid Up Capital $15,000.
v : 9 to n a.BL a to) p."m..7to8p.m. lE-LLDW PINE LUMBER
THESE is EVERY PROSPECT of Dadevountjy'a try and hospitably entertain all who Sundays-3:30 to 5 p. m.only. 8-197 ,.' rE. : i :
.... .. .
within its oFFiQERS "
environs.
attractions being .soon come :.... .
:There will be.Wcycle races by'crack r\ ; '- .X.. DilflCrC;rPresldentr .+ '
presented to the public' in'pampKletbrm.V l .
.. . '
This la right,and and"r cyclers (from all over: the country); fire 1:,a. E:M.BmSFOKD, rrtre-.puldt.BEO .. ;: "" : .fln.d.Titnbett. :
proper -SRAXNJXa" ;: ... .... .
.
irill ; profitable fort the County. men'touruamentin which all .tae fire. L. .. .DasAisr. .' : .
companies in the State will compete); 1.., .. 6l' -
citizen .
2rery should stand : :' /:
ready. too military and fantastic parade, fireworks, Beach OmcitWiuPil: ll' lii. '. 1HI p,rlfHf, ,'FtKjSe mari.riciJtJ> LJti.Cr i Yept talii tote
,
everything possible to all 1 ...
get : x-u .. ,
trades '
display etc., etc. etc. IB short ,. !; : "
m. -
OnVe .
"' ". 'n ...r. Ho.uq'From M .to.I.P. :
.
:
.nd ; -
proper.. pertinent information. t in everything wttl be done-to entertain the .:- .. .,. )' I, .II" .It;(rlHY -. = t ,JaoksoliviUeFlorida. T-se-971ttf
this pamphlet, tt$ get it ont. quickijand ) people who_come. \ Gettnl toUi{ BI HJJ TfaE ctsL, -- ,
see'. that it* is properly distributed. Sped4j low ratelbive been obtain -.---. ",' 'C: lleet oU prompt\r ftIIdtt. .all'4aTCJI .. '

.The County Commissioners from the,railroad companies and;hotel ftc ipL;: Drafts booirbt aDd sold OB. the prta- .. .'< .'> ..: _
h t ;?..;i.:::..., .l \ :, ....:if.... .' rIpal cities of the flailed.States .4-29-97, 1
will and Jacksonville will endeavor to",make -
probably soon call in
on you regard ..Y '. s. JLUlU. K.S..BAIH8S.
to this matter. the trip of all who come a pleasant ore .. -. "- :- : --:= '

*- :Now,Jacksonville is the metropolis or .....' ;'- ;,..:. -ADAHSi-:, .IAIHES ,BROTHERS', .
r
.. the State, and the people of this city earnestly -

A HVBBIEO Tarp of the desire to be more "in touch"with and
to
reporter neetts.AGENTS
JVIachinists
S { Eng .
Miami and Cocoanut Grove this their fellow citizens This gala week Give ': .' City ]Watket. .
festival is gotten for the o .
week contact up purpose
brought him in with uaa FOR-
bringing the rest of the State into closer ..
quite a bustling activity at both relationship with the people who live ia Ifyoneat.fnERTnais.. 'The Gat Engine and Power Company. ****

places. At Cocoanut.Grove a general the largest city in Florida, and for this .yon want good meat, and that, !. .' ..

cleaning up'fe being:, made' for reason'we hope to see many thousand .ia the kind always on hand- ;Repair.: Pirfc;for their. .Motor. : in'Stock'. .
"
the coming season, while mine host people here on that occasion. Jacksonville Native and Western, t -,

and hostess of the Peacock Inn areas is growing more rapidly than any; Fresh and Smoked 4. : Construction and Repair of Intricate Machinery a Specialty.. .
...
busy as milers renovating/ ,laying other city in the South, and all Florid! : __,_ -, J .. ..,+I"... .c.
Salt and Pickleand d'' ,
carpets, and patting their house .in i ians, no doubt, are proud of this fact, g OUR SPECIALTIES: .rIt'lt.' '
'Phe'Y' none bat the best
but want friends in the 1
order for the benefit of their expected we our State to. "
see for themselves, and we trust there A Clean Market lad Polite Attention. I Installing.
guests. Work is going on rapidly) Repairing.... ...
will be a of '. Mall orders Promptly Filled.
outpouring ou
in the generous L : .z ,
grading of the road betweenCocoanut people during'the gala week. A warm ._" The Old Stand-On- Clematis Av Gas Gasoline, Naphtha,Kerosene Complete, Isolated,Lighting:
Grove and Miami e. Vapor Hot-Air and and Pumping Plants for domestic .
which _
r'. r -
welcome will be _
given everybody who ... '
4< 't : 'I
West Palm Beach. Steam Engines and Scales of use operated by ,
when completed, will be a popular '-': :" :.- ..- ; gas
comes.i J all makes and cspac>ties. .. gasoline, steam or water. :. ,.'
drive between these two points. Miami i iDon't you think that you can arrange .. ,." 7.I:97': GEO. S. ADAMS ; M'gr
South Dade's is .t. !- ', .' Inv'Dtou'lIodel. Conatvoatad with Saaraay red Oiapatab. .
metropolis fast to bring your family also?Yon will enjoy 1. t > .

developing into a town of impor.tance l the trip. Don't forget the date, Novembergtb .' ,

; substantial buildings, both loth, nth, and 12th. Jacksonville : Sun The Peacock Lini v ..', -Ofiice and Worka, 'r
for residence will give a warm welcome L S r J" ogville, florida;
;add"business purposes you: io7tfStore" ,,,, 10-21-97 I Foot, .of liberty. Street }
are being erected, which give the ? LOCATED ON- tBISGAYNe ,

place an nir! of 111 ability. ground, ) .wA : BAY,
.
the hotel grounds 0 v
a amairarmyof
men are beautifying the premises, by JeW ( Five miles south of Miami.- D o you want a 'STEAMBOA T.?

The oldest and largest Ho-
grading, planting cocoanut : ,
groves New goods 4: tel '
on the Bay. Direct
and landscape gardening Miami e : o-WeS hare.them to sell, and if we have none
Railroad and Steamer .
connection
to be congratulated i en hand to suit .we can build.....
upon her preseera nt ;
Mew prices.,.., A Chance to do Your with "S
of prosperity. We are not jealous JUST. WHAT YOU WANT.

therefore we say "long may her .. patrons We welcome and cordially all our old invite friends strung-and .. ,... :. -. .; -. '.., PAL, : 'LCand .H,

banners wave." en to visit on. '. We.are also prepared to furnish -/
i ... Y oJ +' daily Steamer' and
Watches; Clocks, Jewelry and .
Launch connection with
....Optical Goods #r"'':''' ._,4 ,,; ." ..
-....--..----_. -.. Pumping Outfits for Irrigation
MORE SUGAR WANTED. ,6. MIAMI. .
.
,1 Fine. Watch and Jewelry Repairing -1<-' '1 -- 4"

The world wants more sweeteningand Neatly and Satisfactorily Done. ... .. ;i Kates$2.00, per day and apmud. ,Write or call on us for Anything in our Line that yoft. need.
Only Opticians In the City! Byes tested
seems to want it more and free by latest approved methods. The new .
CHAS PEACOCK& SON
more every year and is ready,' able,I tiraduateOptician store will be In charge at of King's Prof.Optical Prank Idner College Ptop s. Merrill-Stevens Engineering .: Co.,

and willing to pay for it, eo, those New l ork. COCOANUT'GROVE FLA.
who Dally Papua and PavlodiaaU. o : Jacksonville Florida.
can. supply the want are_ the 2-13-tf. jioprieto '

ones who will.make the money. G. W, IDNER & SON, OB
MARINE RAILWAYS.
Cuba, owing to the war, is unable 1st Door South Russell& Co.'s Drug Store = JACKSONVILLE
Seminole Block. Call on us ,E.H.DIMICK
wzi9fed 7 .
to furnish 624.41
much sugar and the prospective West

as well as present labor troubles .. PropnetorPalm .J '''. .
t in Hawaii will ., "' .If:you are thinking of irrigating your track fana
probably lessen (Spanish [andPineapple. < ,) IR'H.IO h ON- pineapple field or orange grove aend me boot area .
I the amount of sugar raked in that .... [ I It you wish to cover and information of what you

!I part of the world, and the question dncy ... ', ,Beach .. desired"and, *.aiedtiiuate: ;-' oT'cost.G.want and. I will be glad to furnish all. information' I

1 naturally arises as to who will make ', '
*
:& -
|1 up the deficiency? .. ?; : 'J. : CHRISTOPHER, 1 f

i In 1887.88 the total sugar, Fop; r Drub *.l 'l a chinery. and Mill Supplies. .

I sumed nearly five 'million' tons, Slips and :SuckersFor "or ... ..
.
t while b,1896-97 it bad increased -Stor Irrigating Machinery a Specially.Mi97
to
Rale,of the Following Varieties,visAbbaka Is .., ?4 ? JACKSO 'VILI.E, F ORID.\.
| over.seven million, tons: and, the de-, Porto Rico, : ,
., .
,
I. -
} mind aft. fully up to,If not greater Smooth Cayenne, : .
.. .. ...... -DSALSB.. ..: Ilh .
- thaa the supply; .In fact, J it. : eerns! y Egyptian Queen, .. t. :!; < PROSPECTORS

; that the world always, uses, ail the RI ley(Queen Golden Queen, ,- ?' ,:' ". -; !j : ;. -- :! :'. '

: sugar it can t''DO''mlitter howgreat j 1 '. }Phith Antigue. .. .., ..... .. : .; '
'I. .f'; '" Toilet .Articles : .A.
' Pernambuco Drugs 3 I
l .AN]
the amount and 'always pays .... ra or- -.-'.' .'
;; a profitable price for it. E ville. .,f ... .... ," .' .... .. t
Early delivery can be made. part of the
; Florida can raise cane'and make it fruit from this Plantation having been picked : A d'Wei :Will Fine 'Stat i rie'1'nil" INQUIRERSWill
last. month., Apply to. ,. ." t
: into sugar at a cost of about two '
cents C.C. MATTHAMS, find .THE TROPICAL_ ,SUN .. '1J
\ a pound, according apt. ; -

' R. E. Roee, "bo is said to be author Flfiriili Pisiippli CoispiiTi ,Druggist S ndr es. loaded to the mnxzle every week with ..-.-; t tI

j ity on uU matters pertaining cane 5-21-97 West Palm Beach, Fla. ." ; -..' ..I just the "''information they WID't t

raising and sugar making, and now Prescriptions Carefully CompoundEast Rd I ,
- is Florida's 'Coast Try.it'and be coDvi ced. '; J
opportunity to. ete Please.OU.: Business Solicited. .

: rlbliM9 f -help supply ttlQ dCmR PTry'THE SUN for Job Work. ;,, WEST PALM PEACH; www) ,, gnbieriptios>z Fritter goer,'12 r Six MonUi,"11 i Breo MoBrhi; t 59+ cttT i

.


.. J
-- -
-



-. ,
...
-
;:



,
-
A"- '

,,' .


_" .A THE TROPICAL fitm. WEST PALM':BI1CH; FLORIDA, THUSSDAY. OCTOBSBJj: ,"1JW ,-,

.- '.,. .
.

OYSTER SUPPER on$SaUrdaj bight .,
3
ESTABLISHED 1ST*.
at J..B a boDe'.RestaJuUt. Supper begins Witt. Market

ht ."OCt ptti! cSitn ''NewYor; TailoEill = o ; at 7 o'dock.,_ '--Conducting a legitimate talifarpcs

Decorated Crockery at Bargain Prices /* Prepared to Supply strict/coraQeicul tiDes ,

at O. W. Weybrecht's.JluWat -
'
Popto Price Taltn with .
you
WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA. leave here towMrrow. How ,
I Late-I

that lone rp to than- xUleGirt-RcmainMiMEtbeC TO*roe.-Brooklyn n'aai..lems Life.Ethel_! I tare- Seed Dents at UriIg Prius;": Tho First t NanDnl Bank of. T 0

-
GUY I. I.METCALF Suits to order, $16 and $20;
EDITOR AND MANAGER. FIrst OKnmben in the market at theClematis mesh ZrA, ATJacksonville _.
--

S.: ; TroQS r& to ofd r, $4 aid $5. Avenue Supply Store. uf-' :. "
1
cent by not deal- Florid : t ,
ikt YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION, $2 LOST-TZ per- J1 Furniture )ctiltrgad :
I II
and Measuring r Blanks Company daring Gala Week.. ... Main St.-, ;sss. -
Samples Jacksontme: -- --- 0 Solicits the business d merchuts planters ad nit gmtresr 12',

sent by maiL Native .--.-.,-penooil tUeatioa .... ...
Sunday-School Tafter delivering:ahomfiy Meats a specialty.Your .
'- w Joring and rest cttiiag one**pareau
" t(. "7 -Yo al way*obey lour patents do JOB not Drafts>> en EngUM and the CA&UM& beagu

i ;'-, 77 East BaT Street.. children t1as(?in ni aa>-Tea,*.. Patronage Solicited. ea tavFabl. 'um. :

. Tearhrr Xow.Jioumie Jon,yon BUT fah U i ..
;.::.,;,. Market on Banyan Street, '
. 'S'o why yva' do so. H. SCHUMACHER President R. C, t
Ii JACKSONVILLE.; f 4 Jtiomie tprompdy-'Caase dayre txgtdsm. JAMES

i ;:,' AMONG. OUR, CHUBOHES. '. ". 1".. ...'I jotter.-Harper's Bazaz. 1112 WEST PALM BEACH

it* ---- --- -- --' ---
New Goods SIR-
IS are now arriving at I
: 1. Time and 'Place of Services KIN'S* BAZAAR Gents- Furnishing .
,
i ," Special '. 4 .5
,: ,FUll AND FACTS. Goods Shoes Hats Clothing and Dry ",
Notices, Week-Day and Sunday ,
}J ':0 Ideetings.wk4' Witty Sayings InUi-sposad With Goods. Clematis Avenue "
N. W elsha!
. '' ill Business. Bargains.,; ; \ Will Whtdden still lives and sells air : .
a ;. Episcopal Sarvietc.EnscorAiCararHBethesdabytaeSea.. : C i I fresh beef, pork and all kinds of good Store .
Supply :
-- :
l .>> NOTICE!! Be sure and Ia\'e your meats at his Popular Market. -
Dental Work for Dr. J. A. Pugh our STATE AGENT FOB- .
",'.-: boss Dentist," Ct willjstorgjn. a fete The rime and the Tane.-"And BOW-*Nero ::-West Palm Beach,Florida,
t ? -- Lev J.3T.UCLFOBA.Ked<<. weeks. beat I is glance towari imperial Rome ia Eames '
. t <:::..,. and twanged B string-carefully*see If his 1
Err.L.Fm-J AXES Hurua v,Asst Minuter.IB J. D. UATHIS. Proprietor.
nstremeat was in tsae-TU aft em some
< r-' Wopea dmriag the Swmmer. Service A Job 01 Priatiazst ; \\ M *Bmacf. apvopriLt Longman & Martinez Pi
! crrry Sunday moraing at u o'rbcklaunch I print a kilos oa pout ekrla VeA .BringiHR down the bow with a flourish he (iamanf to BaaateTs Batey ai ina+,Ca) j j

I f win run rejoUrly in conMctioa. featlag Wet t She nod-kd her sweet pcrmi-sjon: won had. the wKstniBsot'-Tfcere'U Be a Hot My JIotto-%Jukk Sale and Saun Frofha. ."'"
"
So we west to treat aad I mbCTgne, Time the Old Tow TIai&bt"qah-el'from
L Tara Back: city dock at wga. far fat, thee .Dion. bas rioliL-I.'uct. "
I primed a Paige ado f' fc* w s
r road trip,Mcenta, -National Advertiser.California Bakery Goods and Lime, Brick, Shingles, :
, t- .._ ., .4 Boat braiding done' right at home, ia

, p .-. laoTsaaooD or Sr. An>azw.-Ueeta OB Mountain Fruit at Idners'. the most approved manner, good ..orkmanship Family Groceries Cement and Coal Tar. "'1J
'..
. the Second and Fourth Wednesday of eaehnwJBU. -n..w sift they aft T* remarked Mr*. FroU and ate living prices. Call' .My "
L Y.Htmany Director. apropos of UK young couple in the rat room. Capt. A: T. Rose. .' ._:. Specialty. Yo.
if.- W.r. es."replied Mr. K,-it-remind roe of nj
' .. AajtsnLOK, Ja, Secretary. army days. It .a* always wMrrfgUy.emietnit For Airy Rooms, Clean Beds and a Goods delivered free to any part _
':' ,-t t i t i .1 preTioo toaa mc ."-Bosh*Traavacrij Agent for SIckler's Peerless Cement _
::: u. *. "p Good Table, be sure to stop at the NewSemtBoleHotels of the City or across_the Lake. _

If. E. Church South. ; Get Zapf, Manager. ID Criers Gim Prompt Atiyatiw.
: Servian If you don't know what to eat, go toAdams' Open aU the year:' : Goods First-Class and Fresh. Highest 13 South Hogan St., Jacksonrille, Hciida '=
first
aa4
entry Third
Sntday off
"If,f-.:. trek month,at 11 p.m. Sruday Srhoo at and get some Sheep. .')tier Oldbird (affianced somewhat sadly- prices paid for country produce.

r' + 10 L s eve Saaday In Ue rUie Srbool ..1'...-'.aid tie. SebrasU.JJaa, ''we had Ah Count"JtMJ lore me so.,.but will you after Bay of ree and wfl care you noaey. 6-Hrj
r : Bath Iag. Everybody plenty of water her ill we took io r. sia' watermloos > Theunion. .
ron1aDyl.-ited.
** Count (totatir2y)-Loft Why. meiatarlirc.
j tt::,;. KzT.W.A.,Lor>Ea,Pastor.. '"A.. reaPy?"responded Ute toorwt. I rill be van K-r-r-r-aad loafer an ayGood f
f "fact. They f.owN ao last and to Hg that + 1t
jest Bateral y toot all the water oat the President.
" they JOHN N. C. STOCKTON,
; M -worala3stab Isodgas, Jto. qe. aU awl the 1fUlU d. And thB. like a lot of new Tinware cheapest io town,
'i .. dm.look,we ahippeit 'na out ut the country at O{W. Weybrecht's C -- RAYMOND D. KSIGHT Yice-PresidenL
.: IDfgb of Pythias, sad there fat been BO water to speak of here
..I! '. ...,."." THOS. P. DgnHAii, Cashier.
: .-
L" CITRUS and other fruit
y semi-tropical
Xeetu1'PrtJay sijhtit83Dn.Ta.staBdarf "Awl'-Inda; aapoHs JOGI'UL
D. BAKE Assistant Cashier.
1 Y '* time. TisUiat bier conCany barile i i '.' Crick Hall over Pabiic School Bui4iag.M.E.GaruiCC DontTorgd J. ''F "OLIVER'S when New catalogue just issued. mailed on 'fbrecMiUion ,
:1, ... you want Fancy Groceries application. ,\. L.IL\TCH" i t

#_ ': W LWuKZTtaLoL&S.. f.t9i De Eug.-I bought shirt at tills [tare=urn .9-30 City Point Florida. Nation I Bank of 4

r. : I thanjert at this counter i J > > First Burglar Iff no use tryin"oat place .
iiC.' Saleslady isonewhat e bam-e 3)-felt erdon't night,Bill. De man a*'his wife went is boat Dollars .
iC-: "i-l 1KTOS jro-you think ran had bee ter'>. whore aa boar ago aj*bend him tell her he'd bay
. DEPARTMENT. you eaa bare BUR prirarj*-Plnadelpda Bal her a di'mcad necklace tomwrror. .. OF SURPLUS ARE BEHIND THE
Second Barglar Wbars dat got t'do wid it'F'ust
i Batldar-Pk.tvt She wont be able r the State of Florida GUARANTEES IX THE rouCIESISSUEDBYT1UIQlTUklllIIPJI
1 BCSISESS DIK CTOKY : '.Floor Matting the Furniture Store sleep fer"' llki.''boGt it,an*be wont sleep'fer
} i .- finkia' bow he's got t'pay fer it-Juck.
1 _ _ *
WayworrrWatW-t aeter told yea that rd
:,: "., '- F.W.CHATUAK-Deab in Diy Goods Nctions. aeea the tine whet lived at the rate of f 10,000 Sheet Metal of all kinds and sheet metal JtisUJtApCH SOCIKTV OF THE

2 5t2tiot ,Cigars sad a year did U work. at WeybrcchtX .
ry Tobacco. O.tW. '
g fell
Agent -TRANSACTS A- ,
Perry IVeUic So., B keep CMTED STATES.
gag didtaa
I i '. The new Tort Clothing Store.r ..' It.Ji ** *. r f' -; *- 1Aboot ; -
iF a mUute."Cincinnati: Eaqairer.BUnfBooks WANTED Dress Maker, to' locatein
West Palm' Beach:, PIh: vork "" 'f 'f
----' --
t LOTOS. LOC LS. for school ox at \ thouyBros' forra: competent person ._ GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS The Life

fcquitaDie ,.
i Mamma-Why.Johrmy;how wet JO'IrIs hair : I
-Itlooks..ptrtf-tf..wejroald.hlae: -'S..Ir--H -..i; "- "'IIy 1 hope'JOG hiVtal beta Of fIath I&when
I T "rain" before Very long JICC again. 1 heard that the doctors gave I told ym)oraaat.-.- '
you
)011 all. JohBay-But 1 fell iota the water ....... Accounts of Bankers OP NEW YORK a
&_In-Yp\.I.pess I'd have ,died if toey Ton east blame me for that..Xasmaon -
1 T. W. McBride was in West Palm badaX-Cereuiid! Leader. h.1appca..1hat Merchants, Manufacturersand

i : Beach Monday on.bnsiaesvr .:.Fine Apples at the*Clematis Avenue 'dothei Johany are you dry took?wouldn't them off like juQest .I1 &araoe?

1'C Supply Store.. wet.-fiofton T auscript. _,
H. Hayden_ is-bonding'_* packing Q fflpar/y I'Q tye U/orld.
. house on his 6814 't aaTh-pw def''teid, lick'ELea. MUSIC in the air daring Gala Week
pineapple "d.M ol deco lot U* fs a p'DelO Klondike by "Cbadwkk-Swain Furniture Corn Capital l ni Sinlis $$190,000.
wonda't git nch. anyhow,el Jey was unlit ,
Charlie In week ts hard at home as devil Platter up dar. pany,of course. Low prices.will make 'OC OCt a
Miller is at Pompano this week .
Washington Star. it Main S'reet,Jacksonville.
' setting pineapple slips for Mr. Bleekner. Sit Thai nom .
FISANOAIinterests will be consulted WANTED TO CONTRACT fror odor 1,000 Issue our own drafts to all the princi-

: W. Thornton- during Gala Week by buyers athaj.ickS.ail1 cords 4'ft. .wood both lightwood'and pal cities in Great Britain Holland, : "
J. of. the Cash Value Policies.
Everglades -Guaranteed
' ( Furniture Company, split green pine price ft.oo.and {150 Belgium FranceSwitzerland, Italy,
,, took a shipment of hogs to Miami last of course, Main Street Jacksonville.A per cord, f. 0. b. cars within 40 miles of Spain. Portugal and Germany. !kj"I
week. .
: __ West Palm Beach. Address-Lake
new assortment of Agate-Ware at Worth Ice Works West Palm Beach ..
Jacksonville.Florida For farther Uforaatk adcIftM. c. J. Mantua. g
?' .' Captain S. Andrews went to Lemon O. W. Weybrechfs, cheap. Florida. ; tf. .r Special AcertVCMa, nab g ::

; .p City TnesJay to stay a few days with his The pupils ra a school weir sated to give to .. S37q7T. PEREZ HUFF. tin,", '<

r '. family. writing diBmnee oneb.qgave between the a following biped sad"A agga.rape& Heat Eaters Every Time Winners. I JAa.SOnII.U n.oam&t: 1 S

. biped but..o legi and a qBadrnpai ba tour -- -SINo ;
t. Rer. E A. Ebemann, of Pompano, kgs tberefure the difference between a biped man who lives on meat was eyerkno..n i

i, ,' was np Tuesday for more lumber and and Etta a UTaaruped U two 1rp.-LoDdoa Tit. to lick his wife or ask for a dievoice. B.Alassa. %* > v* > '

other supplies. I Adam got into a row, right off,
When in Jacksonville, sup at the
.because be had no hog meat, butter or :
and 4
Acme Hotel Rooms 50 75 fLOOper I .,
Captain Bill with the schooner "Two day Best Furnished hotel in the black bass Napoleon 10000'Waterloo

Bachelors' on Lake Worth, this week city. Good dining rooms in connection. I because the allied forces had bacon for

delivering fertilizer, etc., for M. B. Ly- R. L. C .1D\\'JCK. 4+tC. breakfast morning''of the fight. & Bro. When in Jacksonville p

man, of Lantana. PERSONAL-Alice, will meet yon I The French bad vegetable soup. The

during Gala Week at (wick-Swain 51k had to give in: at Appomaltox because Jacksonville Fla.
A party of men, women, children and ,
Furniture Company, of course, Main it was out of meat. No war can Gala WeeYOU
babies, with horses, cows and dogs Str et. Jacksonville. That's the placeto
be without
successfully waged hog
topped oyer night here Monday bay.Edward."What .. .
-- r -W '
, ) their from meat.. ? COMMISSION MEBCHAHTS.
way Lake to Miami '
county is o avrrajte asked the k&<"ber. '
Americans ARE CORDIALLY
the most INVITED TO CAU. AT
; They are vegetable growers and are The eta'.sremM lobe posed, but a little aid are frisky people TOE AOP'FUR.'ISHLNG
, try held oat her hand eagerly; Titasi.It's whit a|on earth because they eat the most hog
fit. ing. to get. below, the frost line. hen lay her eggs oBewiMenneiib '! HOUSE OP1VAX
followed but the mite was meat Fruit and Vegetables.
If Hai e5.4 and Bet, two Germans that justified by the lertoo book, in which was Ingalls would. have gone back to the
written: The ben Ian two hondid ejgs a
, came to this country together and year on an average.Household Words. Senate had he not lived on oatmeal, Consignments Solicited

: t taught the Hnnala property three miles Fresh Vegetables at the Clematis. Ave. bated; apples and blind robins.A AYERsoThe

;;- north ft town' hare been at war for the flue Supply Store. vegetable diet woman is as cold and

past year. First they divided the pro"petty clammy and-nolovable as a turnip. If "Honestr aad Fair Dealing Our Motto.
1 I am DOW ready to supply any crdera
then Hainess had Bett arrested for Western or Florida Meats of any pod wish to put roses in the cheeks of Customers Sure to Get Their Money.

I for shooting his bens, and now Betz has kind. Adams City Market., your girls vitality in their every motion White Parlor Clothier.Mens' .

( bad Haines arrested for burning bis I'and bains :a their beads feed them Established in Jacksonville
Toe K1.ondi.00d diner held up a nugget -
.r wind break trees etc. They had'a trial which he had just found It was as big as IT* meat for Eleven Years. .
r- fisu "Iso that a beautr!" be at>ke>!. i all Wool Black) $6 75 I 11 Fine Lne of aU Wool $
Tuesday before Squire Linton. Lawyer Tkeconxniiiiiiolopinioa was that the nnz- ff yon want your boy to get a 'job end {

t r: Metcalf of West Palm Beach, was downand get one wan of the a beauty o'.d hands,indeed.after the"Tea otheis, indeed bad**said expressed hold it, goo to the front and amount to Best of References Furnished. and Colored Soils J Bpojid. I Cashmere Pants. 1131

had the suit adjourned until Friday their admiration"that nugget u cattily i something, give;him bacon"grease, ham- tail
;. October worth its weight ia corned tedlafP! times '
I fat tallow three
I Bazar. or a day.
.. r The
The world is full ol cranks who are al. Latest Styles inApine
t Floridians indulge in less talk No need toseud away from home for
about .
any boats when CapL. A. T. Rose can ways getting up some new fad about bay Ocean Steanishi
yellow fever than do the people of several build fine .fodder 'tea:I.Idorado'Kao. t C0.
you one as or as cheap as yon sonp or ) Hats Only $1.50 L
other states. Our implicit confidence want. See. him, and place your order. Rep.fJ>:". ,
f _. ,
in Dr. Porter and his -
colleagues --- --j---
FOR SALE-Every article ia. our OF SAVANNAH.
I enables us to leave the matter with them, store at cut rales-during J Gala Week. No The Advertlsinc Light 105-107 w. BAT STREET, JACKSONVILLE, FU. 1,,

as they have successfully kept it out of old goods in stock. Chadtrick-Swain IS. '\ 5 Sailing Days Each Week
The man who advertises stand before ,
I, the State for ten years, and we believe Furniture Company, of ,coarse )( '
t I Street;Jacksonville. aiu'l I the public in the full,legitimate and la each direction a ship leaving each port on
they can do so for the next ten years.- .. Mondays, Tuesdays, First-Class-
dignified prominence of one who is proudof
I Orlando Rrparfrr.LUMBER ,how do
Friend-Now.confiikntiiHy you figure
Wednesdays.
I what to charge for a prescription? his business, has a right to be proudof Friday
I i Druggist Welt our IT stem perfectly fair Inererybody. it is of it and and SaturdaysBETWEEX
doing a lot want to do ,
.
.
, .,., Alter the cle-k make up the pre- I
tkr" ---OIT 'seription,he gas to the back of the store and :;ole of it; and he is the kind of a man --
> shakes a lot of carts in a )lat. The cards
'I up Saiannah
are marked with prices ranging from ?$ cents that everybody wants to do business with, and Sew York. JOB WORK!
to si.Soand whichever card be draws settles for .B 0 1
the price of the prescription..-Pock. just su long as the moth will be attracted FINEST !
PASSENGER
. by the candle light so long will SHIPS
Cut Hams raid at Adams' City. Mar- loeetAwbiewrTke. Complete aid
buyers swarm.uoamd the
SHINGLES ket. Buy a slice or two. advertising Improved VrouTatioB for FruUclioa
light of business.-Chicago Tribaae..o. of Perishable Freight_ At THE SUN 01

PERSONAL-Adolphu-s are. for .
i you ; Passenger Accommodations
-" LATH ETC:'I given, will meetLYO .Gala Weekat
THE TROPICAL SCN the raising :
f. Jacksonville: have ceremony performed suggests Unsurpassed. ._..-+"

i r, We can make you Lowest Prices, I,and bay our furniture at cut rates of of the opium poppy for profit in this UNDERTAKING WHEN Is JlbOcl\ineM

Chad"id-SwqFurnitae Company, of State,. With:Florida o tobacco;bad whiskey Rates Much Cheaper Than aU Rail h your Old Friend wto ..ilias4. <2
is F. 0. b. jour station .'.-. Ethel. '
} I course.- cigarettes, alligators sea-serpents, For information as to rate n.ereado... QEO.'H. you with BarjjaiB IB f
Write tor in aaIlmg datllll etc. MALTBY.
as anything. fOIIlIftd write to
etc:
**I see."said Rubberneck Bill. laying down ,,we thick Florida has sins enough Dry Good, flothlrPleats' '

' i Building Material. bin treat pane/(,' a feller thai fer the spinal doctois tr able back by tart baagia'are to answer:.for taout\addig, to'.heiproducts' WALTER '!HAWKINS I'utrt,hla

im ap by the neck it may work then' no this TOosT baneful of drugs. Florida Pass. Art. Care and Embalming of D. $INQEB. MaaaZ ..
the
j Dead
tetlin' I know It's a mighty good treatment W. J. FARRELL,
r. Builders Supply Co., kleptomania, 'cause ice saw it tried"-Indiana Better stick to cape and collards and n ltidp Street rest Ia-.
f pU is Journal hog and homiuy.acbOnvillejqruul.We Soliciting Freight Agt. 20 Year1 Experience.. 6ta91 J.\\ k ;;'16_ :J
j St. Florida.Lainhart. .
Augustine,
Went
224
Bay '
I. ;; The use, for 5 years of ten acres of I thought opium was tine of the necessary ijacksoavUle,Fla.Salscrilg &tj r .

-- mock land, IJ miles south of Linton, to adjuncts of the watermelon tf' Funeral
who will cuHivate-me before green : Supplies In Stock. llT.r
& Potter anyone Jaml Want
I corn and encumber seasons,but if ..
July &)& Apply to "H, Box 215 wrongwe j

4-a-77 West Palm BMc,t1I. I I i Webt Palm Beach, pa. 9 J'Hf look to the Journal to correct us. for fit. Say TeJepapIi 1kIf, rlotfda.Yantt",..A rh Wait Pal. .weak Hit ar rlna.eackangt.gal ti: lw" m-.

"!" Akpot iQ.
tt11 l'Q"I '04


]

It -. ,

.
-