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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: January 19, 1899
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00075915:00547
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Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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[w HUMH M M unn< MM?;>ciit8v.w **w.:o:.:::its::7.1cm WEST PALM BEACH, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1899. YOLUHE in, 80. 49.


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again before going home, which will not number of permanent guests and more
LINKS THE COUNTY TIDINGS
PURELY PERSONAL. LIVELY LOCAL HERE AND THERE.!
be much before the middle, of April. are expected very shortly, to say nothing 1

,.. .-.1'.- --'I'-- of the transient ones that come and
go
W. L Metcalf E.< is visiting points "
People as They Come and GoPeopleYou I farther north on an q.important business What the Sun's Men Heard In The A Budget of Interesting Items From on nearly every train. Scrape of News About This and That '

May or May Not Know. I trip. Lively Local Whirligig. Regular Correspondent Maj.] Boynton has bad the grounds and Different Things

_..' --'I'A -- -U. around the hotel all fixed .p and sidewalks -Se.S .
Postmaster V.'. H. Cox was up from to the canal and to town complet
A Melange of Personal Items-Visitors lathe Mirror of Minor Happenings Acci Very artfully Compiled IM Confined to Ibit Newt/ Motes and Items of Interest toIverybody
Bovnton last Thursday on business of a ed, and he has the of
promise a new
says
City and Citizens Visiting dents Coming Events, and a Which U ol MOM Interest to UeCltlitu In General and Iskody
..
mercantile character.W. railroad station for the town and,* telegraph
Out of the City. Galaxy of. Current Gossip. Dade County In Particular

H. office and operator and if the railroad .
'St CoBoynton's postmaster, --- S. l.-.. _
found his to this town this weekon don't give it to us bt will be tempted
Capt. T. E. Rickards, of Boca Ratone a short way business np visit. Marcus Frank left last Thursday nightfor BOYSTOS BREEZES. to do it himself. W. L. Soore has pet a fine line of

was seen in town the first of the week on Miami. _______ cigars OB aaW at his Bicycle Academy oa' ,
And the ashes came at last and every Erank Rowley, the Boyntou representative
business bent Gas Anthony was up from If(ami fora tH Baal QUe. Next week h will have
P. Pederson was one of Delray's solid one is busy as bees. of Rowley Bros., had to wait | y
few days this week looking alter his a coaaigsnwnt Cleveland ,. ,
Mrs.W. B. Griffin of Uacclenny, Fla. I citizens who visited West Palm Beach John Yinkey was at West Palm Beach for ashes before he could get out his kalf $ .
.
business interests here. add to his stock. "'+ .
daughter of Mrs C. H. Bradle, is visiting Tuesday. ______ Thursday.A. acre, but they are out now tad Faank -,..

friends on the Lake. Mrs $. H. Happersett has been engaged Hadwen Courtney is now local mes- J. Bowen has shipped several crates went up the Lake Saturday, returning County Treasurer Dimtek a: '

Dr. D. A. Thomason-- was Jensen as pipe organist at the Royal Poinciana senger boy for the Western Union Tele- of beans and has several more to ship.R. Sunday. He says he always did like Tax Collector Anthony have tr

chapel for the season. to to church. He went back their respective commissloM from
last week and will visit that same place graph Co.Miss J. Merritt, with his little team is go again

and Ban Gallic this week on professional Mrs. A. E. Heyser has joined the local busy all the time hauling for truckers. Monday to stay awhile. he says. error Bloxa! and are aow laB-led

businessMrs of become Effie Tucker, Miss Ethel Sterlingof --- *. b. and bloated office holders."Alligator .
corps lady cyclers, having Charlie Pierce went up to West Palm
-
devotee of the wheel. Delray. are the guests of Mrs. Will arrived here the .
quite Beach last week Saturday and came LITTLE RIVER RIPPL1S. Joe" first :
R.]. Jennings, of Miami,return- Whidden for few ,.
a daysThe
home of the week with not oaloat. bet three ..
ed Saturday night to her home after a Capt A. W. Bole, traveling freight again. Tomatees and all vegetable crops In

ten day's visit at this place with her son, agent of the F. E. C. Ry. was in town Congregational manse is being re Chase Bros. are about through setting this locality are looking elenpdid. crocodlles'Whicli he caught down in the

Gee Jennings Tuesday in the interest of his line. painted this week, H. W. Palmer being out tomatoes and have in all some ten Bay Biaca1le country and has brought
West & Cook have about
the artist in charge of the work. to twelve acres. seven acre np here for exhibition purpose
of the all in tomatoes and will begin shipping
F. L. Tenbrook was one : Delray
Miss Rebecca Segal arrived last Friday John Carney improved the appearanceof Tom Ernest was one of those who had before long. Quite a number of Semioote Indiana a
here he
vegetable growers Tuesday, rep.
morning from Miami to take charge of the Seminole Block last week by a to wait for fertilizer before he could get! were in town selling venison, alligator
of his with
resenting nine neighbors a Daily shipments of plants,
the ladies department of the Boston dress of fresh paint on the business out his last setting of plants, but he's allrijrht peppers egg hides, and other results of their hunting,
of about sixteen
total acres.v Store. beans and tomatoes are now being made
-. fronts. now. and laying in supplies of bacon, coffee,
from this
B. II. Brittingham, after an absence of place. dry goods and of them a'i
jreedlund sugar some a
< S- S. Linton from Bros. had their plants all
nearly two years, arrived Saturday night Squire was up Boynton Mayor Whilldin is having electric Mrs. William Filer returned home last little wyomy.
last but not official. transplanted and ready to set out but
Thursday
on
last and commenced putting his cottage I street light put in at the north and south Friday from a visit to relations and

fa shape for a party of Chicago people he business here.though he was busy all the time corners of his residence lot on Narcissus were obliged to wait for ashes but now friends in Key West. T. T. Reese is supervising the dredg's
was have them about out
they
who'have rented it for the season. street Huber & Donghitt were probably next ing of the canal between IndilUl'ver
Thos. Neely has begun to ship from nd Lake Worth the inauguration
F. A. Rowley will hare charge of 0 to the first shippers from here in the tomato preparatory to r
L. J. Ballard. wife and daughter are ,c..o. Livingston, Jacksonville has his acre of beans and expects them to of the steamer service next ''
1'ne and still
P. Bingham's'Pigutnr1leet' the they are shipping.
during
Pennsylvania people who'hare come,to : been here several days this week looking bring him in two pocketsful of money month by the Indian River and Bay Bis-
in this ,for the absence of Capt. J. M. Rowley on the Planter Whidby will begin shipping r
make their home town after bin extensive in .
property holdings >ef >re the end of the season. cayne Line, of which he is the popular
season. They have rented the Sheen cruised the "Providencia. in town. ripe tomatoes in a few days as he has
agent
W. H. Cox, the postmaster and storekeeper -
Cottage at the corner of Poinsetta andEverina some near by customers that want that
has fine and is through setting out his tomatoes -
streets I John Seybold a hearty Strawberries have been in market for kind. Dave Johnson, of Cocoa, whom Tn

little daughter to provide for, the little some time the most oi them coming up and is now living in hopes of Oscar Parker is probably the heaviest SUN mentioned last week as having been
and wife
W.Mrs F. Monroe's Monroe father and, accompaniedby mother Mr. Miss having arrived last Saturday night from HV1> luxo. Price at present fifty making a fortune off his crop.- shipper of egg plant of any in this section dangerously shot at Miami last Thurs

The mother'is doing well and the father cents a box. Major N. S. Boynton C. B. Chase, as he has a big field of them all doing day, died Sunday from the effect of his
and Mrs Clark all of Chicago, arrived is
happy. _______ and Fence attended
Allen a joint meet nobly. wound. He son-in-law of .
and will the Britt. was a Capt. J. ;
night The fire-engine
Monday occpy house is being treated i
ingham cottage just north of town for Porter H. Lansing, for several years to"a dress of new paint this week. Improvement -' log Tuesday of Traffic Managers and Oranges do well here as" the crops A. Armour, of Jupiter. The body was

truck growers at the Royal Poinciana.Miss from the old trees already growing, sent to Cocoa for burial .
Monday.A
the next couple of months. in the train=dispatcher's office at Port is the order of the day. Keep
Dotty Greene, an accomplished and the looks of the young trees set ont
is with his Dr. C. F. Lan-
Tampa, father
the ball rolling.T. Seminole Indian i in a full dress suit, (
Warner of the -
was one
Postmaster eg- sing, ssisting him in the drug store for young lady of Ripon, Wis. arrived here ,later, go to prove. white tie and all other equipment of the

etable growers present here Tuesday. He the season D. Brown, the architect and builder, Thursday evening last and will spend Miss Susie Watson returned home from

bays he U more interested; in vegetables has his shop on Datura street in full the season here with her father G. G. Matacumbia Key Sunday morning.This drawing room savo patent leather boots,

than in mail matters for he expects to Miss Nealie Miller, after a month's operation. Read his card in the profes- Greene.Mr. is the first she has been home since was a picture to gaze on last week in

handle more crates of the former than visit with her parents, II. Miller and sional card column. and Mrs. S S. Linton removed to the first i>f last October. town. A Miami paper says of the outfit ,
from Miami'syoung
pouches of the latter this season. wife, in this city, left Monday morning their home in Delray last Thursday I I was purchased one
Editor C. M. Gardner of Our Sunny Wm Freeman is one of the most prominent society bloods at a knock-down

Word has been received from Mrs. J. to resume her former position in Land, came up from Miami on Tuesday which is greatly ,regretted here, the vegetable growers here but this figure-twenty-five dollars. c' h

Frank that instead of leaving Savannah .Knuxrille, Tenn. evening's train and returned on the mail "judge" is doing some contracts for year he is raising nothing but tomatoes

for Tampa as at first intended she left -S. train thst- same night Major Boynton this week. -of which he has-about forty- acres. Charlie Earnest has completed the

that place on the 9th by steamer for New BEACH CLUB AND GRILL ROOM. -- Want of ashes for fertilizer has been I Those who from here overhauling of Jamie Clarke's yacht
shipped
Handsome new carpets now adorn the peppers "Frovidencia" ready for the cruise ol the
York City to purchase more goods for .. the great trouble here lately and has
that the secured
Congregational Church as a result of the say pnces they were and has returned
Bingham party, to
her stores,in this city and Miami. Nothing has been done on the EastSide proceeds realized at the lecture recently kept some back in their planting but good and at such prices peppers are as Lantana to resume his duties in Lyman's t"

Max Sirkin returned from his trip to this year that will prove more of a given by Ralph D. Paine of the Phila. ashes are now to be had and things ; profitable as any other vegetable.As store. Charlie says he feels like a fish
feature of attraction than the erectionof Press. are going ahead again all right, weather
and delphia
Miami last Thursday night reportedthat included.E. to the honor of making the first out of water in his efforts to adapt him-
the Beach Clnb House, just two doors
every thing passed off pleasantly self to the life of land-lubber.
shipment of tomatoes from here we believe a
and that, as D. D. G. M. he installed a north of the post office, and only a short The sidewalks have been repaired and F. Haines is installing an acetylenegas ;

fine set of officers over the Miami lodgeof distance north of the hotel Royal Poin more cleaning up of the streets has been plant in the 'Boynton" this week. it belongs to Mr. Gillett, who.began The ferry service on the Lake, under

Odd Fellows and that they have fine ciana grounds. done, so now things are looking very Monday evening a few lights were put shipping three weeks ago Tuesday.A present management; is the best that the

of building up one of the lar- Mr. T. T. Reese, who had charge of respectable and it is to be hoped, will be in operation and they made a fine appearance larger amount of land has been citizens have enjoyed for some time.

prospects and lodges of that orderin and was interested in the erection of this kept so all winter-and longer. from the West Side, just like planted in vegetables this year than ever Quick and regular launch service with

gest the State.strongest attractive, home-like structure, sparedno Conrad W. Schmid, chef at the Palm a light house light so brilliant before and the prospects of every thing extra row boats for all emergencies or

effort to have it producing good crops were ne>er better. special trips seem to meet every demand
of
as inviting 'and rest. Beach Club, has rented the Chase build J. R. Harper, Hypoluxo. accompanied -

tars Geo.W.Sears arrived ether BOO, f ul in its out door effect as it is commodious ing on Clematis Avenue, and in a few by M. Line of Lane House of New I The railroad company is putting us up and more service will! be added by the

Ceo. S. Adam's in this city, last week I the old was altogether management as the business increases.
convenient and comfortable with days Mrs Schmid will it York, was here calling on old customersand a new depot as one
open as a res'turant I
briDging her youngest daughter, Josie, in. to small to accommodate last year's
last
looking for new ones Thursday, kind
rule
a la carte. Such a place is in Editors, as a are hearted
np with her for treatment as the little : The Beach Club and Grill Room, as it demand in this town. and he will get 'em if his checks are in shipments and thy will be larger this and liberal. An exchange tells of a subscriber

one was suffering from fever. At last has been designated, is under the direct year.
the future as in the past seasons. to a certain paper who died and
accounts Josie was rapidly convalescing: supervision and management of the The Maltby block on Clematis Avenue, Quite a number of vegetable growers left of
Capt. Charlie Pierce has been able to fourteen years subscription un
but they will probably remain a week orb Messrs. Bradley which means that every under supervision of Architect T. D. from all around this section went up to editor
spare time enough from his store to set paid. The appeared at the graveas
longer to make her recovery all the lover of club life will enjoy the ideal Brown, is assuming shape and progressing himself out a fine patch of tomatoes and Palm Beach Tuesday to meet with the the lid was being screwed down for

more certain. hospitality and comforts of this indispen- nicely. It will be an ornament to Vegetable Growers Association and help
says he only Lopes be wont make so the last time and put in a linen duster,
sible adjunct to social life in our first the Avenue and a desirable addition to iD trying to get freight and express rates
Hon. A. W. Taylor wife and four much off of his crop that people will a thermometer, a palm-leaf fan and a recipe .
cities. These gentlemen have established the town's business blocks. reduced
Children and Mrs. Anna M. Kepner, mistake him for a millionaire.Hall for making ice.-Jacksonville Journal
their reputation as most successful T. A. WinfieM, in addition to his dn-
The Kindergarten School Miss Willson {
Aunt of Mrs. Tavlor.. comprise. a party of Bros... W. N. Otis and Oliver of Commerce.
entertainers during their management ----- -- -- ties as agent, is trying to coax a f
and all her little ; express
will I for
Buckeyes from Salem, 0. who make charges, sat a group Watrlnger are all about through setting
for several seasons past of The Bacchus, fortune out of about ten acres of tomatoes -
Six new trains on the P. B
at this
West Palm Beach their home for the picture O'Donoghue's gallery eat their last plants, and Mr. Wamnger passenger 3
Mr. Taylor reached hi re Tuesday at St. Augustine. week. This is the first school of the crates from ana the prospects are that he will C. Ry., three each way, were put oaMonday. r
season. Situated'as this house U the brow has already shipped twenty than if he had to the
night from Augustine and has on kind in this town and the parents and which he has had returns that were make more gone The through sleepers leav

5' rented the Nilsoi Cottage south of town of a grassy lawn sloping!: down to the friends of the little ones will be sure to satisfactory, as they netted him Klondike.Mrs. leg Jteknville and Miami at nightare
very
for,the winter. The rest of the party will very edge of Lake Worth, surrounded by prize the picture in future years. $3.05 a crate. George W. Sears and her young. new trains, never before run oa this

graceful and stately cocoanut palms, located est daughter Josie left last Thursday road. They will prove a drawing card
having stopped at St. with the assistance of
be here tonight, Services at the West Palm Beach Congregational Cullen Pence,
within easy access to the East Side morning for West Palm Beach. Josi For the Nassau and Cubaa service as
Augustine for a few days. Church next Sunday. Morn his father, A. II. Pence, has some five
'I
hatch, provided with a cafe for ladies was not very well and Mrs. Sears took well M a convenience to business men
Wormer and Leonard Rea, and at which the veriest ing preaching by the pastor Rev. S. D. acres of tomatoe out and growing finely.
John Van gentlemen epicure her up there knowing that the change having bnslaeu which they wish to transact
: Paine. Morning The Father Pence is a hustler and. if there is
of Coxsackie N. arrived Monday and can find complete. satisfaction, subject- Kingdomof world do her good. in Jacksonville in the least tnssibla

were guests of the Seminole till'yesterday choice music, handsome and costly paintings Christ, What Does It Meau? Night- any money to be made in tomatoes this of time. -
have the number
Peter Bros largest
These Three Grand Old Men. The Christian season, he is going to see that he and .
for
when they left Daytona. of note, and every luxury at hand in of here.
gentlemen are capitalists on a moderate to gratify the taste of the most fastidious Endeavor Society, which meets at 6:15, son Cullen get their share. acres ont have several vegetables fields of ny ten one twelve The Sort job office ha been turningout

scale and have come down to look over it would seem that success must be will be led by Rev. S. D. Paine. M jor N .S. Boynton, accompanied by They five some very fine work for the past two
acres each, some forty or fifty acres,
what is to be seen for such and effort his wife, daughter, a guest or two and weeks. So superior is it to the ordinary
the country to see the return outlay to One of the great surprises to our visitors : possibly in all and all in tomatoes and
chances there are number'of the help arrived a week ago: class of work seen in small towns thatit
and to find out what please. from the north is the great necessary looking fine.

for men of moderate means to invest : The Beach Clnb promises to becomeat fireflies nightly to be seen glisteningin Monday night. The Major at once every plant has caused a great deal of favorable

their here in a profitable manner. once one of the features of life at Palm the shrubbery. We old-timers are made his p-esence felt by the way he be- Sears & Cortright are trucking here comment on the part of the people who t

k. They money took in all of this section they could Beach, and certainly the cordial, hospitable used to such sights even in January but' gan hustling things and getting every. for the first time this season homesteadand althoughMr. know artistic printing when they see it. i

had to ready for the opening of his new Sears formerly owned a The prices are right stock of any grade J
limited time they had but and entertaining demeanor of the it rather astonishes all who come from I thing
t. In the lived here but disposed of the most the office wish and the ;
work.
when they did to meet a party of gentlemen conducting the Club will be the north. Those who remain north hotel. Of course everything was got patrons f
1 leave land and moved only returning
of his and
away typographical effect
manship
at Daytona and all of them will sure to win favor with all who seek en- and chance to see this item can judge by ready and the Boynton w asopensd with equalto
_' friends the i6tl :his season. They have about the best city work to be seen
then look around going over a good port tertainment beneath its most hospitable the above fact a little as to wh..tour January Iall[ due ceremony on Monday where any .
coming .here roof. climate is-like. already u catering to a goo.il tIlracres: in tomatoes.
probably
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t1 THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM fiEACH, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1S9.I :
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FORT CARRIED BY RUSH. veteran soldier of the Twenty-seventh LEADING: BUSINESS; FIRMS Mathushelc Pianos O'DONOGHUE' : JI'
of .
I. Michigan. The men this regiment .. ,
'. ." ought all day upon empty stomaches Whose Cards I Are fiano With a Name
j having had no prepared meal since noon Pianos That Have A Reputatl- THE ALL 'ROUND
1 I Chaffee's Regulars Pressed the day before. They had left their Classified second to none. They are the

packs and haversacks behind them. kind that have stood the test of
Home, and El Caney Fell Major O'Brien said that it was a matter .
e time an-' have satisfied the most =PHOTOGRAPHER
of surprise that the men were so Dade County State .
ready and willing as they had been on critical musicians in every way

A3 THE MEN 13 IT SAW IT. board the transport 10 days before ----.. They Are Not Has come to stay in West Palm
landing in Cuba. The voice of the BAR
old that have been
style pianos
grumbler was drowned by a chorus from Wm Schaudt, West rented for and then offered Beacb, and is now fully prepared to >-$ _

Bloody Work For the Seventh.vBiecBth leI! his comrades. What is the use?" they D M Geaurideau, years nor do work to gratify his patrons. t |[
said "The government is doing all it Milo Cooper, West as "great bargains are .
and Twelfth United State
can." .. : they "cheap, low-grade"pianos r.I

laiantrr.v-Storr-Capron'i.< the bans Plag SuuubedThla "For.taae In the deployment of the right of made to sell "at half price." I.

of War Go**." 3haffee's brigade, the Seventh regiment Geo S Adams,West ; Every Piano Is New,
took: the lead, marching over the ridgeup W R Mitchell, West .
(Copyrtght. 1S3SL by the Author.] a path in single file. Finally it 'I.BOTTLING and every part la made in the Studio, ODD Masonic Bloc,

VLBHBBBHBEN. struck a sunken road on the crest o2 the Matbushek Factory: ,

.' ADNA B.OIIAFFEE. I ridge 820 yards from the Spanish blockhouse C Castellano, MiamiBUILDING which is a guarantee that it will WEST PALM BEACH.

northeast of El Caney. The crest ,. last lifetime.
whose brigadehad of the ridge offered some protection Take Chances
the hardest from Spanish fire Looking across the Why Will Open January so, 1899.
t end.of El Caney hollow between them and the village, Chas Welshans, on cheap pianos when the Old

fighting, planned the men could fee the enemy in their Geo Hacker & ,. and Reliable Mathnshek can be THE BOYNTONIA I

1 J the attack, and, trenches. Firing sometimes by volleys bought at prices and terms to
= although the supreme and sometimes at will the Seventh was CIVIL suit you? There are more than pleasant and convenient hotel just fj
moment unable to silence the Spanish fire. All I Franklin Sheen, 15,000 Mathushek Pianos in built and newly furnished, located on I

: J isy was delayed for day, for eight hours, the high key of ,. the South. "You Should Have the foot ocean of Lake beach Worth in the, twelve town miles of Boynton I
hours, the battle the Manser rifle could be heard above of south I
Palm
One. Beach. Can be
., the of the Krag-Jorgeneen. D A Tbomason, W reached by F. !
was fought pre pop E. C. R. R.
Genuine Mathushek Pianosare or by hunch, bail boat '
cleelyasplanned.General The slope in front of the Seventh was J A Pujjh, West earner. or
Chaffee a dense chaparral, and a charge down L T Daniel, Cocoa only sold by A quiet place with pleasant surround I'

l- is universally that across! the ravine under the muzzlesof --,. LUDDEN BANS' 8.M. H. ings for parties who wish to remain fora
pronounced by the Mansers would have annihilatedthe Fred Kahn Manager period to enjoy the healthful climateof

.. his equals in regiment. Besides, in advancing to E H Dimick, West 29 East Bay St., Jacksonville, i Ma Southern Florida away from the
2 rank as well as the fort the Seventh would have gotten hurly-burly of large, fashionable hotels.

t his superiors an under the fire of Capron's guns. DRY GOODS No pleasant formality and sociable., no stiffness, everything

able soldier.. ,He personally roconnoit- They kept their colors flying all day as Thomason & Brown, Good
large, pleasant and
Subscribe for the Sun. rooms,
ered all the region around El Caney markers for Capron. The losses were Mrs J Frank, West homelike table service can be obtained

before submitting the plan which Lawton distributed over every hour of the day Carl Schrebnick, for 12.00 per dav and.. nr>w.rrls f;:......; '
--J Mfc/niuua. ULJdMU ,
adopted without change. Of courseIt and over all the companies in the regiment. Dave Singer, rates by the month.

waajrapposed that the artillery fire The officers were surprised in Geo. S Hacker & Son Call or address for further particulars,
would speedily render the fort, the the end to learn how many had been THE BOYNTON
blockhouses, the church and other lost a total of 140 ont of 830 in line. Wm A- Hours- &-- Co.- Boynton, Fla.QYSTERS. .

buildings practically useless for defense, As it was impossible for a man to show Little Bros:

and that a short fight between the infantry the smallest part of his body without ii
would end the. battla But there getting it punctured all the firing was FIRE INSURANCE ::

were only four guns at hand and while done while lying down, and all the Brelsford Bros, Palm .... .
I i if these were of the very best and were killed were shot in the head Its commander Wallace R Moses,

I : "'"' splendidly ,served, under the personal ,0. S. Carpenter, a veteran of the -
i direction of Lieutenants W. R. Eenly civil war, walt on the firing line all day. FISH
t "'-and Allstori Hamilton, they were notable ,When the Twelfth regiment advanced Reynolds & Hull *.........k In All Styles and
at the,range which their, smoking against the stone fort early in the morning S B Miller & Co, <
I "'_- '. powder compelled them to take,to smash it drew the Spanish fire from the Cheseboro Bros, 1
? .if'. ) + things for Chaftee in jtbe required time trenches, I the loopholed fort and the Caleb Haley & Co,

:' Every.djsdhargecx,the gun.was followed church. Spaniards in the church belfry 55.-
'J. '. by showers* of 'Mauser bullets, first sighted the Twelfth as it moved

i 1 flying wild, of 'course' ;|,but the result from the mountain down through the Geo H Maltby to do Your MANUFACTURERS OF Special Meals or Oyster Suppers t
-showed that: the battery would have hollow to reach high ground 700 or 800 D E Cooper Mfg Co '
i been silenced by Mauser fire alone had yards from the fort I I -.. Doors, Sash, Prepared on Order.

", it attempted to do its work at short Captain Waltz's company crept op GENERAL
ranK In the old style of fighting, within 850 to 400 yards, working right U D Hendrickson, > Blinds, MouldingsAND Brisbane's RestaurantOpp
where both sides uSed smoking powder and left and trying to get a position -
and short range rifles Infantry were unswept by the Spanish fire. After the

counted upon to. keep down infaatry i fort had been breached by Capron's Building Material,
M E Gruber, West Council Hall, WEST PAUl BEACH
fire .and give the artillery a chance. At guns a complete regimental line was .
CHARLESTON S C.
;, the old artillery range of 600 yards formed and swept forward to the fort, ,
I*. Capron could have smashed the stone which was taken possession of by Companies t.' Largest Factory South.
R. MITCHELL
W.
fort and blockhouses in short order.A A,D and F under Captain Wood. Green Lawn Send for Prices. ,

veteran vf ho commanded a regiment Lieutenant.Wilde and Captain Clarke.It The Palm Boynton Beach Cottage, Shoe Repairing Neatly Done, Bar
at El Caney told me that the Spanish was then 3 o'clock. Some of the men Seminole Hotel
ness Sewed and Repaired.
position there.was an ideal one; of Company F crept through the holes The Palms West IF YOU WANTFIRSTCLASS -
t that one Spaniard was equal to four which Capron's shells had made in the The Barman House I TONSORIAL WORK. Out-of-town customers will receive
Americans in the. charging line. The stone walls and got the Spanish flag. The Travelers, Go To- promt attention. Shop on Olive Street
Always
next door north of TROPICAL SUN Build.
Village of El Caney itself is a compact Private'Abel of Company A raised the' Miami Hotel,
D. !I. GEAUKIDEAU. 8-18
group of Etone.houses. Tile tallest of colors of the Twelfth over the fort Al Fresco, Jensen lag.
these aa well aa the church on the hill- Soldiers of the regiment were woundedIn The Old Reliable
aide back of them and its belfry, were the fort after it had been taken. Tile Jacksouville'S. Shop on Banyan Sire<-!. West palm Beach. JUBT OPBftBD I

loopholed, and on the outskirts of the Spanish flag was handed first to Cap- Liner & Son, West I
Tillage there were several ordinary tain IL L. Hflskell. commanding the Anthony Bros,
F. A. JU VNOI, S. W. N. Ht71.t-
blockhouses filled in with earth and one battalion to which Company P be- R. J. Riles Whito Swan Laundry

made of stone. The key to the position, longed. Captain Haskell gave It to Greeaieaf & Crobby
before stated the stone Creelman the who .
as was strong correspondent, was
LAURA E. BUTTS
fort, southeast of the village, crowning afterward wounded. The Twelfth men Propr.
& HULL
a hill about 100 feet high. The El finally got possession the flag again, White Swan, West r REYNOLDS
Caney garrison has been variously estimated tore it into bite a 1 distributed the First-class Laundry work guaranteed.,

from 500 to 1,000 infantry, no pieces through the regiment Clothes Mended, Safely Cared for, Collected .
artillery nor machine guns. An estimate The Twelfth was 600 strong at El WI Metcalf West WHOLESALE AND RETAIL and Promptly Delivered.
which seems to be generally Caney and lost 49 killed and wounded. Robbins & Graham Orders or Work left at Geauridean'a

cepted, places the strength at 460 men. Colonel Richard Comba, a war veteran, Frank W Pope, Barber Shops at Palm Beach or West
It has also been stated that 460 men was wounded, and was succeeded in Alex St SHIPPERS AND DEALERS IN Palm Beach, will Receive Prompt Atten.
were killed wounded and taken prison- command by Major H. A. Humphrey -. tion.

era. The Spanish general,Vara del Eey, another war veteran.
with his brother and two sons, were After the fort fell the Spaniards in Geo S Adams, West Laundry at
the killed. the made weak Will Whidden, POMPANO
among village a attempt to retake
General Chaffee's plan was to throw it They advanced with a. scatter- Car Clematis Ave & Rosemary St.

''' the left regiment of his brigade a'gains ing line under cover cf the fire from the MEN'S

the stone fort, swinging. right inline houses in the village, but were driven Anthony Bros, PRICES REASONABLE.
f with it around so as to- sweep tho back. Capron's battery moved up and SPANISH MACKEREL,
Interval between the fort and the Tillage opened on the blockhouses around the Comfortably Furnished Rooms to Let."YouBuy'Em""IServ8'Em .
and thus hold the Spanish between village. Chaffee's regiments also charged Sun
Mrs F L Moffatt,
c his line and that of Lndlow's. Duringthe forward through the hollow. For an ai ELBE FISH.
.-' night of the'80th he placed a company hour it was a straggling fight betweenthe I "

,;, of the Twelfth regiment at the demoralized Spaniards trying to get MUSIC OYSTERS Cooked as you like them while
Ludden & Bates' wait. Served In All Styles,aDd at all hours,
l' base of a hill which lay between his away. Americans heading them off, and you between 6 a. m.and 11 p.m.
; bivouac and the stone fort, with orders the few misguided Spaniards, who WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. Refreshments, Cold Drinks and Cigars
to seize the hill in the morning. He also WILL.1reLOI'S HESTiDHiHT,

placed a company of the Seventh; regiment W R Moses, West BOX ray n-!4-tf Olive Street, West Palm tench
on a height northeast of El Caney.At Guy I Metcalf,
S daylight of the 1st Chatree sent --..
the Twelfth regiment to deploy to the OEM1NOLE BARBER SILO?. To Rent by the Boor or Day.

right of the company posted on the bill 3 '. John B Beach, West 1JWm.
OflliY flEW BICYCLES 1 Ifl TOWN.
and attack in southwest direction J H Wylie, Scliandt, Proprietor. ,
that is,toward the fort and at the same tI f! ( Formerly at Hotel Royal PotncUna. Next Door; North Tropical Sun Block. '
time he led the Seventh and Seventeenth tr PHOTOG Only White Barber in the Town.
W. R. MITCHELL,
north by a road from Montanamo J B O'Donoghue, f .
Proprietor.
Wet Palm lleach. Florida. I
changing directions southwest toward ,

the village and the, interval between PHYSICIANS

that and the fort. At about 7:30, or an R B Potter, West .asssaaeaaasaaaaa5IIUas............................. I
hour after Capron's guns open d.these II C Hood, ,
regiments came in view of the Twelfth E W Pugh I GRAIN H1Y.r I II
and formed connection so as to cover sl '
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the whole Spanish position. The bri- # I FLOUR, GRITS, MEAL COTTON SEED MEAL AND !
of Fine
gade line was actually formed about 8 G C Matthams, Stationery
: POULTY SUPPLIES. ALSO NEW.... .
o'clock for in
'advancing the men on I f .

the right found themselves fired on from ,,.. llR_ T. A
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a blockhouse northeast of .El Canny vil J Brishone, West ? -X GARDEN SEED a
GENERAL A. E. CHAFFER. ,
lage. Fifty Cubans were sent againstthe Will Melton, West .
blockhouse to keep its fire down. would not give in. General Chaffoe said ARRIVING FRESH ALL THE TIME. :

t The glory of taking the stone fort fell to a Spanish officer who had given him RETAIL : LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH. WRITE for QUOTATIONS. :
; to the Twelfth regiment, but the Sev. self up "Call on your men"to surrenderor .
W Burkhardt, .
.., enth and Seventeenth, on its right, they will all be shot" With a shrugof L
F Oliver West
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should share the honor. They fought his shoulders the Spaniard exclaimed J J D Mathis, West : JAMES B. BOURS, Jacisomlle, Fiorina. :

the Spaniards flank and rear. The Seventeenth cynically, "It is the fortune of war!I" Gleu G. Strohm I
on the extreme right, near the Chaffce then said: "All right I Fortune ..................................................... .

village, crept forward to a sunken road of war goes I" And the Americans wenton
; on the.cret't, looking down into a val killing until the last don was deador Wm Aours & Co Will
ley upon the village..Below-them was had grounded arms. The general says Jauus Hours,J ATTENTION MERCHANTS I
hollow through which runs a creek, he saw 25 or 80 Spaniards shot in the '
but when they attempted to advance village while trying to get away.
down the slope toward the creek the Colonel; Daggett said that from the W R MitchelVest SHOE THE MIAMI BOTTLING WORKS
men had no cover at.alL In the low general appearance of the El Caney fortifications
land was a ravine completely covered and their capacity he judged You... Is prepared to deliver, EXPRESS PREPAID, to all responsible parties

by Spanish fire. The orders of the regiment that the garrison numbered 2,000. The STEAMBOATS A BOTTLED SODA POP GINGER ALE
Menill En etc.
te\'ells
were not to fire"except they could Spanish estimate was 1,800. The colonel ,

do so effectively, which was seldom as said that the lesson of El Caney is Patronage If Dade County Merchants Solicited sad Satishctii-n Gmrantted....- _
i the Spaniards plying their Mansers at that in modern warfare places may be t
CASTELLANO..
; them were hidden behind the stone made absoJutely1mprt'.gnable, and that i'rop. MIAMI FLA.

t, walls of houses in blind trenches and numbers in assault exaggerate slaughter Abe Safranek & ll-24-tf
t benind barricadea.where their smokeless but do not add to strength. An official -

(j" powder did not give them away. Spanish estimate gave the loss at NOW IS THE TIME -
Li The regiment went Into the fight at El El Caney as 460; killed and wounded I W H Siideis.West
in Lawton's division about 500. Ocean S S Co, To Plant Citrus and other Fruit Trees.
':: Caney 400 strong and lost 11 men killed Before making your order
F E C Ry, 1 ,
dead and
; and 40 wounded. Lieutenant Colonel After the battle the wounded --. 1 write for prices to the Interiachen Nurseries Catalogue free.
T. Haskell was wounded by throe were gathered, and at 7 p. m. the

Mauser bullets, and the command de- division marched toward Santiago. I Address j. w. WYLIE
Interiachen Fla.
, folved upon Major L. M. O'Brien, aTi QEQIWK 1. KTI.OTCR Pope & McLauriu, -- .


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THE TROPICAL SUN WEST PALM BEACH
FLORIDA THURSDAY.
JANUARY. 19.. venA.. .
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,,' < INSPECTING The Heater Poet Talk l.teI'Htialf- lot ffeeeuarr for Editor ta Read
DOUBLE BOTTOMS IN IT to a Reporter. Them From Beginning to End. Household Sewing amines,

i OUR NAVAL VESSELS. The Hoosier Poet> was busy when the Once more the tale goes round of theauthor .. The Beat Machine Made, Light Running. and
Tales ', .., Nokwlem ,
. of the Town who ? -
man called npon'ilm. sent a story to three jour- ,
It !. Extremely lUtardoB ud Tr7lid Dais and had it returned by every one '''.:i;,- :,;u... --
Work.' and 'Haay P. aatSo.a- /'Glad you came in," he said. "Not without having been read. He knew it Sole Agent fop the famous Wan Trunk. Mattresses
Ar* KeeeMar' to Prevent Lot cf diet I've..tecq-bat; that's General because he had pasted two of the leaves made to orner. A Com ,
) Life Daring the Operation. N w'8 story. General New"of'the Indi- together. Very likely. We do not think : plt'u1I1It'ofF'URNITURE

There ia one phase of the ship life of napolis Journal called on General of reading through a half or a quarterof I
the American naval officer that is Grant during the latter'a first term and the articles that are sent to us. It of ail detK'rfpdonl8tJtod- Trices, both '1
foetid the president warrior often does not take half Wholesale and RetaiL
laughing a minute to discard Baby Carriage from $6p
caroely known to the layman and that he1tr ily. Of oourte New looked as what one knows he doesn't want. to$20. Go Cart, Refrigerator; *,Ice Chrsta '
can hardly be understood by him as he hough he vented to know the reason : It is an old saying that one does not Ete.
looks upon the modern ship in all her and the general told him. He said he'd i need to eat a whole joint to learn --
attractive cleanHn ftf and meets her jUl.t had a call from an old friend who i Whether it is tainted. : AdvertisersWho We hare a eonRignment Of Oak Diners and '', l "

neatly uniformed officers upon the spot- lived in Galena Ills., one of his early I It w ould be a revelation to some of andle Reed Rockers the Famous that will be sold very low. We eti ,I
lese upper deck. Not only are the partsof day acquaintances who said he'd been' these writers to see how fast an experienced BUYCLES. Cleveland and Rambler

the ship in sight kept clean and free in Washington for two or three days, and conscientious editor can, at "
from rust and decay, but also those far but had been so busy that he was unable times, go through a big pile of essays, Especial attention given to our Mall Orders \
down to call upon his old friend the (stories or poems.: The title is often We Gurantee Satisfaction, both In gads and
contracted
spaces that never seethe president any sooner, and he apologia- enough and he would say, "We don't Use the Price Call on us,or fiend In your order to
light of day. These include the oek .
ed
for the delay. General Grant looked want an article on that subject. The 15 and 17 Laura St, JACKSONVILLE FLA. _
Inlar,, compartments between the inner lit him in his comical fashion and next article begins with a page or two ONLY 16.00I \
and outer skina of the ship, known technically gravely; said: of commonplace introduction, and that I *-21 D. E. COOPER MTg Co. .

) ai the "d uble bottom" and 'Well, John. I,haven't been lonesome is thrown aside in half a minute's inspection -
other places that Separate the magazines 1'! without turning more than

''Z- and various built up structure within 'You see, the visit occurred at a the next page. The next begins with a New Store New Goods Rock Beta Prices !
the ship from the outer ekin. time when the president was being platitude-"We can't print that stuff." Columns of

These narrow compartments are especially harassed to death by callers from all The first verse of this next poem has
susceptible to dampness and rust, directions, who had driven him nearly false meter and is tossed aside. The T 01VIASOfi 1 & ,t3 OW1
and in order that those who have the to distraction. next begins in schoolgirl style with ,
care of them may do their duty well "A man who travels a good deal "dove" and "love;" it is not read
and ao prevent the decay of the ship a comes to know towns because of certain through. Of the next the editor reads Dealers in Dry Goods, Shoes, Ladies' and Uulemen'sFurnishings
'. System of inspection has been devised points that are usually entirely ten lines. It is
personal simply a dull descrip- and Notions. .
and the' inspectors most be, under the with him. Sometimes a bad hotel, nun of a stream in a forest-not want THE
' i naval regulations. commissioned officers. sometimes an extremely early train ed. The next poem begins in a fresh We bay for cash and sell fcr rash. BO give: lower prioro thin stores who give
;,,' A permanent board of inspection ,will= stamp a characteristic on a town. way seems to be constructed according credit. Our motto i il'l. Quick sales and small profits, nnd no discrimination

la formed upon each ship, which must I'[ remember that my old friend Bill to the rules, is pretty good. It is put but Hell to all at same price, goods are all
consist of one engineer and two line of- Nye was once chatting with Senator one side to see if other better poems 11.10-tt plainly marked in figures. \

ficers. The duty of this board is periodically Shirley of Maine and remarked upon I. will crowd it out. The next is a story.
to make personal inspections of the fact that, he (Nye) was born at The first page is promising but the second
all the parts of the ship, examine everything Shirley in the senator's state, adding :. shows a coarse strain and the reading TROPICAL Established 1875.
, critically, suggest remedies for that the town had doubtless been named stops there.
any evils that may be found to exist for one of the senator's ancestors. Ten articles are decided upon and
William
A. Bours & Co.
Iud to report to the commanding offith" 'I didn't know' said the senator, with sufficient good judgment, in ten ,
cer, for transmission to the navy at there was such a town in JJaineas minutes, for a minute to a manuscript
partment. the condition of the vessel in Shirley.' is often twice as much time as it needs. <
detail 'I didn't know it either' said Nye. It does not take that long for a dealerto Grain Garden Seeds ? and Fertilizers.

Uniform are discarded while making until I was bun there!I' stick an iron skewer in a smoked SUN ,

th inspections, and cla.d in sea- And the poet went on with his writ ham, draw it out and smell of it Not I No. 6 EAST BAY STREET, -:.- JACKSONVILLE, Fu..a .
men's ordinary working suits thesa officers ing.-Cleveland Plain Dealer. one article,in a dozen perhaps needs to .
crawl upon all fours throughout the be read through.-New York Independ .
,' length of the bottom of the ship, wriggle HE COWED THE BULLY. ont We handle only the Best and most Reliable Stwls. A complete Stock of '

4 and snakelike examine with through their narrow own eyes openings every Harold. Oederle'a/ Eneoaater With a I, INSECTS. AS HOODOOS. Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, ',
,Lordly PruHUm
; Inch of the surface of the thin steel Lieutenant.
plates The paint of these compartments Harold.Fr8lieric's self confidence and They'Keep, Part Settler of the Away World.From Many Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, Both, Bright. .and Dark.AT .

softened by dampness in. someplaces power of-dominating strangers stood CLAIMIt WHOLESALE
t and by heat and the steam laden him in good stead in one of his first Nothing could more strikingly illustrate ,

*' air of' the boiler rooms in others rubs visits-if not his very first vihlt-to the importance of small things State Agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
Berlin. The incident be than the large role which is
off the working suits and as related it now attributed
upon an stir Brand Fertilizers-Gnarantefd analysis Orange tm- And VejrUblr FwtHizT. Pure
hour's crawling' transforma the neat seemed natural enough to an American to the mosquito in the etiology KToond Bone Nitrate Soda Muriate of Potash, "'nip haw CuMs'i, Kauit etc. Tbene tertillzere .
officer into 'very( se ,spectacle. Income not brought up in awe of a military of some of the most serious and wide- Is The nave no Superior in the Market,And a trial will conunce
Send 10-J8-97
for Frue
modern navies this duty is performed caste, but t9 those who knew Germany; wideSpteaddiscasestowhlchtbebamanr Catalogue -
by the enlisted men the officers it was almost surprising that he came is It is truly said that what i
being excused Nom it,.but In our navy through; it-witb his life. He had been prevents the successful colonization of
the"feeling exists that an enlisted man paying some formal diplomatic calls, many tropical conntr es and what
and in the evening dropped in at the throws the greatest obstacle in the
ihould net be asked to go whore an'offi way ,
cer ia not willing to lead. The result la Cafe Bauer in the unwonted glory of afrock of civilization of and good government .. P TH"'ETnEEToMY :
that "things always work" ,with the coat and a tall silk hat This hat !in vast regions of central Africa is not BEST SPECIALTIES

'Americana and the efficiency the fleet was carefully hung on a hat stand, and climate, not distance from home and '.'
II assured. Frederic sat down to reed an English not unfriendliness on the part of the i FANCY FAMILY GROCERIES.

) Numerous precautions muss be taken newspaper just arrived natives. The obstacle ia malaria, and a CORNER
( ', to avoid the risk of losing life while Enter a particularly fine specimen of now we find that the prevalence of ma CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS

J, performing this duty, for it is attended the lieutenant booted and spurred and aria! so far as man is concerned depends e FANCY TEAS AND COFFEES.
sworded and epauletted. He brushed on the mosquito, and that this
with no little danger. The atmosphereof 7 GROCERY FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES -
_ oonflned spaces ,entirely or partly! against the hat stand knocked Frederic'shat pestilent' little insect, in addition to irritating IN SEASON.NEW .
-"' over into the sawdust and and annoying is the means
closed for a considerable length of time swaggered by
becomes robbed of its oxygen in the to his seat without so much as! which the poison of malaria is propagated Advertising

formation of rust and is soon made 11Dfltto looking around. The slight to the hatwan and distributed. STORE NEW GOODS COURTEOUS TREATMENT.
sustain life., If possible such compartments more than Frederic could endure.In For years back botanists have known ,
are blown out with pure air a towering passion he went to the the important part played by birds in .
'Jed through a hose from. blower doc lieutenant, stood over him and pointed the scattering of seed and of insects in i Prompt Free Delivery on Both Sides of the lake.
and al fl manhole plates removed before to the object on the floor. "Pick up the distribution of the pollen of plants,
bring entered. A lighted candle is always that hat, sir I" he roared. The officer and it seems not unlikely that pathol- ...
carried by the inspecting office stared amazed; the waiters were paralyzed ogists will have ta recognize in a much MEDIUM J. F. OLIVER, Proprietor.
upon his crawling tour. If .the candle with terror at hearing one so larger degree than has till lately been 3
burns dimly or seems upon the point of much more than human so addressed done the large part taken by the saber .
being extinguished there is a deficiencyof by a civilian "Pick up that hat!" re dinate forms of life by which we aresurrooo'dedour ---..

oxygen and he will immediately pealed Frederic in a tone more menao cattle our horses, oui 1
leek the nearest opening leading from fog than before., And the lieutenant didwhat dogs and cats our flies, our mosquitoes, POPE & fCtAURINWHOLESALE ? ,
the oompartment and leave it at once. be was told. He was as irresistibly and perhaps even our fleas-in distribnting .

Men: are stationed at places as near as dominated by the courage and force disease from man to man, and,
possible to him, so that they may bear of the man as a schoolboy before hi s as is stated in regard to the mosquitoand Of Any Fruits and Produce
his voice and render' immediate assistance master or perhaps be thought Frederic malaria in deciding whether the
in case of need. No one is allowedto carried the customary west American extension of our empire over great areas
enter any confined space on board revolver.-Saturday Review. of the glohe'b surface shall be possibleor Commission Merchants. ;
not-Hoapital.
ship without an uncovered light, although
in addition a portable electric The Danger or DI.eue. Fancy Grades of BUTTER AND OHEESE. :
light is carried frequently to render the The danger from a casa of dipbtneriain Punctuation. .' .
Inspection more thorough. New York at any season of the years j What a great difference in the mean We Solicit Your Business. ,: i.
far greater than the danger from frig of a sentence a misplaced .
.It cot infrequently happens that officers a comma WEEKLY PAPER We only solicit the busim-s of :Merchants and Will Not till orders from Consumers-th
can make! Take .
case of yellow fever in the same place the following for example
and men become so wedged betweenbulkheads should buy from their home dealers io-ii-97 F
Still persons who would ebon a street :
and beams while performing>
this duty as to make it extremely difficult where a case of yellow fever existed "James" my husband is a very sick
to remove them and more than one would deliberately enter the apartment man.
Officer of the navy is upon the retired of a person suffering from diphtheria. 'James" my husband, is a very sicker BICYCLE HOSPITALWe
A serious outbreak man.
of
typhoid fever
list today because of permanent injuryto
his health contracted while performing create but little consternation, and the The following bit of perverse pnno In The have the exclusive .ounty Agency for the
this arduous labor Because of t presence in our midst of innumerablesea station was perpetrated by an English
JOE WIESENFELD CO.
care exercised it is rare that a life bfa of tuberculosis, a disease which is compositor What the author meant tQ LITTLE _
lost in this service but in one case at responsible for an incredible number of say can be ascribed by a rearrangement and will carry in stock anti have for sale

least toe rashness of a man proved fatal deaths, is looked upon with indifference of the'Caesar punctuation marks: 1MB FAMOUS }:. :SIGX IWCVI'LE. "
the The entered on his head his helmet
by public. misconception i iu ; -
to him. One of the main boilera of the regard to the danger from this class of on his feet; armed sandals I! upon You <-an always find a full line of up-to-date BICITLE SLSUKIE? of the
cruiser Newark while flagship of the
diseases often renders the efforts of bis brow; there was cloud in his right finest quality and class. We hll.\'' the only latest njlr of KJ.-JIEUSU.
tooth Atlantic station having been
STATE or
tightly doted for a month while empty, health officials ineffectual.-Alvah H hand; his faithful sword in his eye; an FLORIDA.t OVEN thic side of Jacksnnvill! and are prepared I to wake jour whets

in order to preserve it from deterioration. Doty M. D., in North American Re- angry down."glare saying nothing, he. sat look as if it were just from the factory.
view, PitUburg Chronicle Tele-
the coppersmith of that vessel, an graph OUR REPAIR DEPARTMENTis

'energetic' faithful man. thought itstatior in T;a Suggestive of Laxorr. first class in detail.
should be examined and al Coy Fawke.' every
"Doctor, said the member of parliament Lantern. t t t i t E t t t i t WUEELS TO KENT by the hour, day or week, and all il11 perfect con.
though warned repeatedly never to enter for a rural dit-trict"are! you sa It has been settled beyond a doubt
such a boiler without an open light, it's gout that has attacked me?" that the identical lamp which Guy dition.
removed an upper manhole plate and "l'o itive. But you needn't be alarm Fawkes carried in poking about in the CRAwroap KlCYCLEB. -
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crawled in upon the braces with an ed. h', nothing very serious." cellar of the houses of parliament, when Representing: <" SELL HICICLES.
electric light He told no one that I he Doctor you don't appreciate the he intended to blow them up, is now in (LITTLE JUE WIESEKFEI.D Co. 1

f1 Was going into the boiler, and no one situation. You don't know what a prejudice existence.! This lantern is in the Aeh. AdvertisingRate QEO. S. ADAMS Proprietor.WEST
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was stationed to assist him in case of against goat there is in my com molean museum at Cambridge. Guy
pied ftii dead body was found half out> munity. I don't ask you to do anything Fawkes was carrying this lantern when I I PALM BEACH, FLOIilDA.

and half in the l bo'ter manhole with the contrary to your conscience, but if 1 he wag anetted. The history of the { -- -----
electric light still burning brightly! manage to get the story started that tl lantern has now been tully established --

within the boiler He had evidentlycrawled naught my toe in a piece of machinerythink and it must take its place among tog Sheet .
in upon the braces, felt a faintness of my prospects and the welfareof Host celebrated exhibits in the museum Chas. N. Weishans
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him and bad of the world.-LOndon
creeping over endeavored your country and don't contradict Mail ,
to regain the open air but 1 ass it."London Til-Bi ta-
consciousness just as life ,lay withinbis Children'* Sleep.
reach and so died of asphyxiation.The The First Celebration of Chrlit aa. Growing children cannot too careful- -STATE AGENT FOR-
air in the boiler had been anti coChristmas was first celebrated in the ly be enjoined to get plenty of sleep. Will be Sent on Ap

ly robbed of ita oxygen by the iron of year 98, but it was 40 years ]later before The boy or girl who has lessons to learn
the shell in the formation of rust, and lit was officially adopted as a Snstian must waken early after a good night's & Martinez Paints
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the residanni was unfit to breathe. A' festival Nor was it .until) about the test and this is insured only by puno- Longman '

lighted candle was snuffed! out imraedi- fifth century that the day of its celeb,?. tuality in retiring. Eight o'clock is a plication.
lately upon being thrust into the boiler, tion became permanently fixed on the good bedtime for all young people nn .
and this condition; prevailed ,until a 25th of December. Up to that time it der IS and should be insisted upon by Lime, Brick, Shingles, ...
lower manhole plate was removed, when had been irregularly observed at urioustime parents.-Harper's Bazar.
'the heavy gas ran out as water might, !! of the year-in December in Cement and Coal Tar..
end the air within soon came to be April and in May, hut most frequently Professor Bryce made a bad slip in
quite pure. No more vivid illustrationof ia January.-Ladies' Home Journal his book on South:! Africa. He accuses

the dangers to be encountered in the the Buera of abasing the English by Agent for Sickler's Peerless Cement Plaster. .
bare of ships afloat and the precautions ||, Jut What Ue Meant. speaking of them usually) as "rotten
I to be taken in this duty could "It was a pitch battle" he said. eggs," whereas the Transvaal phrase isoorrect
jieoessary St. Jacksonville
(I Florida
13 South Hogan ; 102197'Subscribe '
lbs given than this incident, which 'Pitched, you mean, she root neck, "red neck," and applies &0'

shows that shot and shell! and burstingsteam ed. the British complexion. I _. .
pipes are Dot the only dangers; "1 don't mean anything of the kind" -

that ,confront the officers and men i of be replied. "I mean 'pitch.' It wa a Iron horseshoes have been found dating a h for The
_'. navy.-New york S na fight between tars."-Chiw iO Putt back to the year 4bL Sun.

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{ . . . .a. . . DEALER
THE TROPICAL SUN MAN ON THE CORNER
HARD
. M.E.6RUBER WARE.
l. ,. MonecrPaper'otDade County,Florida, THEY SAY' I .It IX..,

: f" : TROPICAL SUN PUBLISH1KG COMPANY . . :. . . :;, He Hears Everything and Prints Everything CROCKERY and

.. ,. CUT L MKTCALF. EDITOL That no one but a fool will try to over He Hears.

t\f':"... '. AT WEn PUBLISHED PALM BEACH.EVERY DADE THUMSOAY COUNTY FLORIDA. come argument by abuse. ....- FURNITURE

t 8UBSCRIPTIOM PRICE K.OO A YEAR. That filibustering used to be one of Never Contends That Darkness li Light

)t',' Entered at the Postoffice of West Palm Beach. Florida's leading industries; Bitter Is Sweet Salt Is Fresh, T&1111 DNHIED u.rra.a.A Uw 9 All Kinds of Boat Coods. ,

;f,; u$econd-daw matter. That the war has broke us all up In Short or That Wrong Is Right.- 8tves,Tinware,Doort,bash tad Blinds

}fJ" : THURSDAY, JANUARY 10.! 1899. that line of business. --'St All Kinds of Fishing Tackle and Sporting 3oodjt.

:f chickens and children don't always .
iL That John Muir in the Atlantic Monthlysays Gasoline Stoves.' Blue Flame Kerosene 011 Stoves. t -
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H;' IT 18 AGAIN CamP JUSTICE B. F. come home to roost. it were of better to than make food kindling ol Glassware ap cud Lanterns. Harrison Bra.'Ready Mixed Paints,
wood pianos
our
t Y ;.. Taylor that gentleman Laving been That all country editors have free the robins. We agree with him en. W'Matl Orders laves Prompt Attention Ui.7PROFESSIONAL "

! the fortunate one in drawing Iota for passes-even to heaven. tirely.-Times-Union and Citizen' of .

\, .. that .honor. This will be Justice That the chief and best work is to educate Tuesday, Jan. 17. CARDS. LEGAL NOTICES. .
t the children. The above affords me a text for a pro The Dale County Stale Bank
fr Taylor second term as Chief Justice
= t' test which I propose to enter here and
of the Supreme Court of this State. That a man that has nothing to do
t; now against what I consider a cruel TIT I. METCALF, CITATION NOTICE. West Palm Beach, Honda.
does it well.
\ .ea heartless(and I hope, unlawfulslaught-) '

1 THE OPENING of the Palm Beach That beets as well as gentlemen, are er of the pretty, songful feathered creat- ATTORNEY. AT. LAW. In the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial Authorized Capital $100,000.

l. hotels means the wide open start of the results of culture.ft urea that have lately come to make their NOTARY PUBLIC. Circuit, Dade County, Florida.In .
wm la County,state and Federal Paid Up Capital $15,000.
practice
another tourist season for Dade. That a woman always goes ahead because homes in the trees,and groves about us. Joans. Chancery

Only a few weeks will roll by ere the ,she knows she is right; Only last wee the Man On The Corner LAND CASES A SPECIALTY.Sm Block, D. R. INGBBMLL and ) OFFICERS:
Office In TaoPICAL '
follow the saw a negro on a bicycle with a large f lorlda. IDA IXGERSOLL, / Bill to E.N.
1 avenues, bicycle paths streets anal That men are apt to women, West Palm Beech. Dade Conntj. 01110K President .
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store basket actually filled! with those vs. ( Cancel Deed.A. .
right or u. 0,HIUDRICKSOH Vice-Pretldent.
l wrong.
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byways will .be thronged with enthusiastic .J. Cuu. ) '
# admirers the tropical That kleptomania is only a disease of pretty song birds, offering them for sale W. POPE, OEO. L. BRA II NINa, Cathisr.
I as game food. FRANK It appearing from the affidavit of Robt R.

growth, handsome gardens, luxuriant the rich a .. A TTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Taylor, a solicitor for complainant in the Office Hours From 9 a. m. to a p. m.
foliage and all that to That happiness depends more on fact above-entitled eauae that A.J.Clark Is over
goes
than fiction. Little wonder! it, then, that visitorsask 111 East Bay Street, th* age of went-one ((21))years; hat he Is a General Banking Business Transacted
make this a wonderland in the us-"where are the song birds we 8-3-97 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA non-reaiilent! of the State of Florida. >nd is a
months of mid-winter. That girls, now days, are on the lookout resident! or the city of New fork,State of Ni w Colltiuns promptly remitted on day ol
here?
. for either a salary or a man. I expected to find abounding York; that there U no one in the State of receipt DrafLa bought and sold on the prinIpal -
stranger is it that anv. are to be seen or ALEX ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS Florida upon whom subpoena would bind, eitltw of the United State*. 43987E.H.DIMICK:
s T THE PRODUCERS THIS SECTION are That if you do it to day, you won't I heard when men will ruthlessly destroyby hi. therefore ordered that the said A.J.

i ; waking up to necessity for action have to worry about it tomorrow. the hundreds what would be a most Attorney at LewJACKSONVILLE Clark do appear at the Court House at Juno --

: / in self defense. They are determined That a poor preacher talks the most desirable attraction and pleasure to us PLR Florida, on the West ,
SIXTH DAY
OF FEBRCABT, A.D.1899,
! that the transportation lines shall! when he hsa nothing to say-and makes all. It is not the pleasure and entertain Federal.Practice In all the Circuit Courts State and to answer said bill of complaint Proprietor.

fully understand the need of their co. the most noise about it. ment of visitors and tourists that the M. 12-2J-lg.! It IB further ordered that this order be pub- Palm

operation if the growers are to con That the way some persons know they 0. C. believes to be the only consider. Ushed Halted In at Tn West TROPICAL Palm Beach Sox,a County newpaper of Dade pub.

t are sick is from reading patent medicine alien, it is the pride and satisfaction to C. HOOD M. D.
tinue in the work of soil culture and TJ and State of Florida,for thirty (So) days,
r" Reasonable advertisements.That us all that is to be felt in calling for the Done and ordered at Jano. Dade lounty. Beach
crop production. rates
marriage is a failure when preservation ofthese harmless,feathered PHYSICIAN AND SURStON. Florida th sixth day of DeeemberA.D.1898A.
for you
and facilities -
transportation
proper .
F QUIMBY,
fail to divorce. visitors. Office and Residence near Royal Potndana
for the rapid handling of their I get Hotel, PALM BEACH. U-i-97 Ck-rk of the Circuit Court. Drug
is all the That if you raise a chicken you will be a ROBT. R. TAYLOR,
perishable produce growers
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of The mania to kill slaughter destroy Complainant's Solicitor. iS-6t
sure a ,
crop. Store.DEALERS
and their demand.is ...
ask. certainly W. PUGH, M. D., .
annihilate in-born if not inbred E.
seems ,
; not unreasonable. That a Florida shower like an old I
woman's dance don't last long. in, some, men.. As a little child he tnes PHYSICIAN AND SURGE OH. NOTICE. o -

t if *"i That praying and playing "both to kill every fly he can; later he makesit Office in rear of Dlmlck's Drug Store. CITATION IN-
J THAT ALL OUR NEIGHBORING TOWNS craps his business to impale on a pin every Rt lIldenec-Wetlt Side ul Olive Street, 3 Doora

of Dade may enjoy the solid substantial wear pants out at the knee. butterfly he car capture; next he is see- 8-2696 South WEST of CleuiatU PALM Avenue.BEACH. FLA. In the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial .
:That grief for the dead generally lastsas Circuit of Florida, Dade County
and he
growth, and impro lent ing how many birds nests eggs

that has marked the past year's his far as the door. can get away with; later on he is seen at POTTER M. D., In Chancery. Drugs, Toilet Articles,

That those who call themselves Christ school ,i imposing on some peacefully in. R.B. EUGENE
tory of West Palm Beach is THE V8. ENLEYt\) DlTOBCB.
V Sex's sincerest wish. Each and every ians are the worst persecutor: dined lad of lesser sire or making the 8-28-93! PALM BEACH. FLA JAMES a. Fine Stationery and '

That any animal that works for you existence of some pet dog or cat miser It appearing by affidavit of the solicitor for

1, community must prosper .to assure deserves feeding-except an editor., able by attaching a stone or can to its B. J. A. PUGH, tbe complainant, that Jane B. Henley,the .
t general prosperity in' the County. it and las D defendant a resident or the State of Florida -' Sundries.
tail otherwise
or mistreating ; Druggist
li ndivid a1'8' That you will reach heaven sooner on but that bU ulna of abode fa ant I Each'andevery success crutches than by the help of,fast horses. of all, as a grown man we sec himi1Aughtering. DE'TilT. : 'k-ao Dtibl-being absent. -4 i .

t and prosperity jg CQiufacie, to the .poor Innocent songbirds Graduate of Vanderbilt Cnlvewlty. secreted himself and there I* BO one else I Is' PreaedptlonsCarefnllyCompounded '
best welfare of a community( and sos That some people think that by acting and imagining it In sport..or worse still, Teeth Extracted: Without Palo. the State of Florida,ths snbpoM' .
] Evan Gitrinieed. 'Eaat Coast Business Solicited.
unkind their Operation -
1 :z it id, that it Is to"the b'elf interest of they prove Christianity. commiting the cruel depredation-for Lowest Pnae.On AU Work. epos whom would bind the laid ec.4..1t '
: th/ithU : That the sweetest words are those that '.j: 7-3-0 WEST PALM IlEAC FLORIDA bordered that the said defendant appear WEST. PALM UBAOH, 44046. "
4 man Neighbor succeed gain. ,. .
every to tile bill of complaint filed la this cans ;
=to.the interest every ommunitythat' are empathized with a smile. v e e :.-i*. Uainsthimt ntlie' ,

it -'iieigbboring8ettlement! regretted.That kindness is never repeated of or As I said before, I wish it were nnlawf ; A.THOJIASOND.D.8.. Sixth Day of February, A. D. 1899, Clematis Avenue .

prosper and theprinuiple! holds goodhere I nl to kill such birds, and that the proper Office Corner Clematis Ave and Olive St., tbe same being tile Role day, or default 1m
ao less thad'eleewherei That the worst way for woman to try I officers were authorized to visit adequate WEST PALM BEACH.FXA. be taken against him and said salt wlU pro. Stogy'w

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WIT THE CONTINUED: GROWTH i Sri That the first, greatest and best thingto be no law covering such cases it is Jrat prof sio".".Teeth extracted without bridgeworkpedalty. pain. a for thirty days prior to said dt1.lu THTBOPKALBC ::-Weit Palm Beach, Floldr4 :

population and general land development teach every child is self support. another opportunity for Dade's legislators 7-21' Office Hours: In West Palm Beach,Dade County Plot i>Ia. J. D: UATHIS' '
That you should always watch a man's to earn the, gratitude: ,of. many Pnpnttof.- iauccaer
by the increasing army of new > Dated this ndth'day 6f rWemlr.. A..D.
,J. settlers, Dade ia' fpgging ahead 'and eye. when- you talk to him;' citizens whom the Man On The Corner. L.DANIEL, 1898.' A. F.QUnIBt. ( U Braaslsfs Bsktrj as*fimsry ct) .
That you should watch his mouth has beard comment on the subject. Clerk Circuit Conn >1>' Motto-"Quick Sale and Small Prol .
even now is Well; in .the lead of anyI DENTIST. GoRDON R. BROOKE, Complainant's.
when he talks to "
I/ other County of the st te. Thisetattment you. I Bakery Goods and .
That discontented And this leads up to another thought COCOA, INDIAN RIVER. FLORIDA.I1883wALLACE
a man never rests
is not made boastinglybut easy-and won't.let others. Why should not this town have a local Family Groceries

with due consideration of what organization of the Society for the I
That a fortune awaits the inventor ofa Prevention R. MOSES, THE BAL IMORE TAILORS .....My Specialty.
baa been accomplished in actual,material of Cruelty to Animals. There ,

progress during the two or cure for thinking.That is a field here for such. an-organization. Successor to A. W.'Robert j ABE SAFRANEK & SON ,. of Goods the City delivered or across free the to any Lake.pan
you can earn health easier than Animals have been worked in REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
: three years past. The percentage olgrowth ; wagonsin
AU Orders Chen Atteatioa.
you can buy it. I Agent for West Palm Beach Town rots also MANAGERS OP Prompt
II this town when they should not have
& in increased .
population
I West Palm Beach Water Worts.NOTARY Goods First-Class and Fresh.
That a change of scene is generally of been permitted to be on the streets. The PUBLIC. The Three Friends Highest
'I .
valuations and .
f property enormous I : Clematis Avenue,near Olive Street. prices paid for country produce.
more benefit than a change of air. fact is known to every business man in 6-21-97 Went Palm Beach Florida.
excess of land in cultivation! over I Boy of me and I a mine von money. 6t gyRed
That dirt, debauchery disease aid the town. The moral and educative effect Tailoring Company.
f- that of any previous.yeat:, all go to: !
I death are all rounds in the same ladder. on the young is well worth the effortof I 1.1\IETCALF.
verify, beyond question, the claim organizing even if the society should GUY
t That there is and
I nothing living yesterday Spanish
THE SUN makes.PERTINENT. ; not be called upon to make a prose NOTARY PUBLIC SUITS AND PANTS MADE TO ORDER.
I
II I That there is nothing alive tomorrow. cution. For the State of Florida at Large. Fancy niai.

PARAGRAPHS That the onlv life there is iu the present t Deeds Mortgages Leases and Contracts

and in eternity. Drafted.ConveyancingaSpecialty.. Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing
Mexico and California
are winning The of for PINEAPPLESlips
prayer Ajax was light All Work Guaranteed Legally Correct.
national reputations by their cultureof That it is hard work to choke a fault Longfellow.. Office In TROPICAL Some Block A Specialty.
with virtue. West Palm Bracb. Pad County, Florida.
a
= of globe artichokes. To say they are The poet does not say whether it was
I
r equal to the,French is the highest encomium What the body you now occupy is the candle light or gas light that the god of FIT AND WORKMANSHIP BOAROTEED and Suckers'

;, t only one you will ever have in this world. defiance longed for. but it is a certain- p D. BROWN,
that can be conferred on a WEST PALM BEACH, PLR.Whidden's j
For Rale of the
Following Varieties via
that those visitors who in
That there and ity come to
flies *
are spiders every- ARCHITECT AND BUILDER.
Florida
them. Why cannot make a Abbaka, Porto Rico, i
where our town as a residence find -
apect more
+, >- tbhdinthia new and remunerative ; Plans and specifications prepared. Smooth Cayenne, i
r. That every one wants to be tie spider. to complain of in our unlighted stretts Jobbing work given prompt attention at
.i', t field? than for anything else. The Man On Shop on Datura Street. Market t ts Egyptian Queen, I
So many and varied are the uses to That only fools laugh at their own The Corner mentions this just as he Ripley Queen, Golden Queen, :

which sunflowers can be put that immense folly. hears it; not in a complaining w'y, for FRANKLIN 8H8BN. CEO. O. BUTLER. White Antigue, j jPernambuco I

areas in the West are to be devoted That it is always better to fight faults he knows that the town authorities are 2
to their culture. than men. minus the fnnds to do lots of things they with" Enville. .j
SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS.Office --y Early delivery can be made. put of tile
That dictionaries and encyclopedias would like to do for the town improve fruit from this Plantation baring been picked j
at West Palm Beacb .
The latest word of science on the have to be re-written; ment. Lands legally gab-divided and maps (or.nUhed. Goad Meats at living Prices. last month. Apply to '

F mosquito is-That they are propa- That the bible is the only book that isalways e and. estimating Selecting and timber grading a tipeclalty.lands, locatIng Care' Fresh Pork C.C. MATTNAM8, I

gatere and disseminators of malaria, op to date. But here is something I will tell, for it fat and correct by work mall receive guaranteed.prompt All atten communications Florida Pineapple Company, ,:

and as such will become the hoodoos That if there was no light, there wouldbe comes to me on the best of authority. tion.. WEST Mai*and PALM Blue BEACH Prints at FLA.Lowest 11-7-95 Prires. Beef,
5-21-97 West Palm Beach Pla.
shadow. When Whillden informed -
no Mayor was
of immense. tracts of country. Poultry I
s .. *. That a Ittle man can be tie biggest kind that the pnncipal street corners Could
It. BARBER SHOP Eggs.
,
be supplied with by local CITY
liguts
of fool. our '
The tuberculosis commission has a WHEN in Jacksonville be sure and visit 0,
; electric light plant for about Three Hun. First Door South of the Post Office. Old who"will *:
Friend
decided that no article of human food That yon can't always tell what worka Native Meats a specialty.Your your surprise
dred Dollars annum, he Easiest Chain and Best with Bargains in
per promptly
;you
- is so likely to communicate diseaseto man is doing by the noise be is making. Equipped Shop In Town.
responded that he would individually Solicited. Dry Goods Clothing andVents'
That the horse 6- -U MILO COOPER Propr. Patronage
the system as milk. If this be balky always has the contribute One Hundred Dollars towardsa
Fmnishlngs_ ..._
true one Secret of Florida's healthfulness worst time. fund for such a purpose. With such a Market on Banyan Street D. SINGER. Manager, '

may be her enforced dependenceon That "I haven't time" is only an easy liberal proposition from one citizen why CHESEBRO BROTHERS 11.12 WEST PALM BEACH.' 11 U-i)7 Bridge Street,Near JACKSONVILLE.Bay. FLORIDA

t, the condensed cow. way of saying "I wont." should it not be met with like liberalityby

: .** That alcohol killed 25 times as many Mr. Flagler, who owns practically all! 1 Fulton Fish Market, New York.

",: Fifteen years of life are lost by people last year as yellow fever and the property in town on the market for Wholesale Commission Fish Dealers. First-Class- .

, "j:, every individual through errors in never got quarantined.That sale. It would seem that the City

,:,.;' food and drink, says a competent somebody always has to do Fathers could devise some plan to meet Our Indian River Specialties Are:

'; i;, authority. the chores. such a liberal proposition and make it SPANISH MACKEREL
" effective. JOB WORK
< That good roads are good for both POMPANO, KING-FISH, o .
. A salt water tree for hedges is *
which
man and beast of we have several. SHEEPSHEAD
BLUEFISH
; something to be made much of in this It has been currently reported that

locality. The copposnia is a hardy I men That bnl you you cau't can legislate legislate morals men into into, Mr Fuller has expressed a willingness SEA TROUT, trC. At THE SUN Office

with leaves having the to meet the citizens of this town halfway
.
shrub appear- morals
; OUR INDUCEMENTS TO SHIPPERS ARE:
Itdoteson in carr)iug out any projects lookingto
ance of being varnwhed. That you can't legislate a jail into a
storms and blizzarda. and loves suit man but you can legislate a man into the towns actual betterment and pros. Prompt Rtturns ud Fill Market Values,
perity. If this be true the Mayor him. Prospectors and Inquirers
epray. Evergreen all the year a rapid Stencils Forwarded on Ipplioatiolt.I .
jail.That self has set a lively pace and if other I ,
- grower but will not grow inland. crying may be good for a baby'slungs : citizens will do their mite the united effort I Correspondence Solicited.
it is bad for its father's
.'a but re.
of all
cannot fail to put West Palm
The resolution to make the GoldenRod ligion. Beach where she rightfully belongsinthe Will find THI TROPICAL SUN

."t, the flower of l'ortbCaroliD8ws8 That it is better to be a Christian than front rank of Florida municipalities Millinery Goods. loaded to the muzzle every week with .

:,, tabled with the declaration that Carolina a preacher; offering inducements for homeseekersand Ladies' Fine Embroideries, Handkerchiefs

had been under theGolden Rod That a Christian's acts 'speak everyday investors., and Hosiery. Ribbons and Laces. Just the information they Kant
Silk Waist
long enough and would prefer the I but a preacher only speaks on Yours on the Lookout, mings. Come Patterns and See.and Dress Trim- Try it and be convinced.

Silver Slipper. E. H. S. Sunday. THE MAN ON Tug CORNER. !z.I.Im firs. F. L. nOFFATT.
I Subsciiptdo*Price-1 $2 Six Months
lear, ; $1; Three Jloathi, 50 ct

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DELAY D01SGS. COME TO DADE. EPWORTH LEAGUE.The J IMaW M Bcarttal Late Wwtk
l DIDN'T> ADVERTISED Opt lit"Royal Wadaaa"
.
r 'i-t"tii.' .\'t"" James I
," Condition*Demand Printer, '.Ink,to Succeed in town' lastSund.y.MyroD What One Settler Did In This County League_will hold their regular devotional + l eo $150 and boo P" *,.

in the Commercial World. Hall and Tom Earnest of Boynton Last Year. ." meeting every Sunday afternoon at 3 Special Kate*By tat Week.

spent last Sunday in this town. o'clock P. );f., at the.Methodisl church.
The New'.York SUB a day or two ago % Some eighteen years ago a young lady Come and bring your friends. Address"THE PALMS" WEST PAIM BKACH. FtoaiDA. 5 ;
Mus Effie Tucker and her niece Miss
contained the following newt item: came from Massachusetts to Marion
'Since Chriatmaa there have been ten Ethel Sterling spent a few days with county Florida for her health. What Program for January aa,1899.
friend in Welt Palm Beach this week.A Subject, Growth in Grace.
made
allures reported of concerns that a and became
she so
sought she gained
for Leader Miss May Russell. GREEN LAWN COTTAGE.
Intended holiday
pccUlity of goods of folks of this .
party young place enamored with our climate that she remained : .
entl. Some of these concerns carried Opening No.
song 73.
pr
entitled will attend the party yen at J.T.Earn in Florida. after her
to Shortly
large stocks and were I Prayer by D. thomason.. First Class Accommodation for a Limited ..
In or two est's place at Lantana Wednesday night. .
the designation "big. one health was restored she was asked by
IniUaees the clocks were valued at Song, No. 11. Number of Winter Visitors desiring- _
The shipping of tomatoes from here the people of Lady Lake to teach school I.
more than $250,000. The noticeable of Psalm to LARGE AIRY ROOMS SPLENDID TABLE
Reading lesson zz, I 9, SERVICE.
thing about each of the collapsed concerns began about three weeks ago and is still which she did for a number of yean to the leader. .

is that it did not advertise in the going on in bigger amounts all the time; their entire satisfaction. by HOME COMFORT AND QUIET. x,
Prayer R. F. Whitehnnt
; e
newspapers..The W. ]. Thornton's mother and father' While teaching in that community
store that' did advertise werecrowded arrived in town last Saturday evening boarded with the family of Mr. Sot Peters Song, No. 93. Rates Reasonable and According to Rooms.s
from the commencement
with customers Talk on lesson, by the leader..
of the holiday season to the and will spend the winter here and per. -excellent people; honest frugal .
Gospel Quartet, from lesson: MRS. A. L. HAUGH PBOPEIITOR
hour of closing the night belore Christmas haps become permanent settlers.J. but poor-whose vision of the outside i ,
They all report the greatest holiday world and its commercial feats had been Verse 5, Raymond Branning. West Palm Beach, Florida '
W. French K. W. Rowan F. Ten. "
6
buidnesa in years. limited indeed. Miss L. D. Anthony.

There are some storekeepers who assert brook J. G. Fenno and Peter Pederson One day the conversation.. turned. on f' j'.".. y.. Gen S. _Adams.___. :
need advertise. were at West Palm Beach Tuesday to at' 8 Geo. L. z't
that do not to Branning. A New
they tend a meeting of the truckers of the money and amounts. Mr. Peters turning t. House&B ..... .
"hay'grandfather made money as a merchant Vocal duet, by Mrs. Adams and miss
East Coast to the school warm, said: "Did'you

and he did not advertise." they Mrs. S. S. Linton who for the last six: ever see $50 iu money at one time?" She Anthony.- Beach Cottage
or they put it on the ground Prayer Mrs. J. H. Dick palm
say; may months bas been residing at Boynton replied that she had. He drew a long
that their goods are of such high merit and Reading, by Miss Lulu Angevine, ,
has returned home and fceems to be much breath gazed into futurity remarked
that they ought to attract.attention because Song No. 13.
pleased with the thought of living again : "Well I never have and whatis
of their worth. And there are in Delray. mere, I never expect to." Voluntary remarks by members and Will Open Dec. 15. .
do not advertise visitors. .
other merchants who
Sam. Ellenwood has built a new packing That was eighteen: years ago. Since

because they cannot afford iLl house on his muck this week and then Mr' Sot Peters has enlarged his Announcements. five Minutes WQIK from the R01apoinoiana;
All three ideas are erroneous. as applied -, Do'xology.
we hope that he will be able to fill it and commercial relations with the world.
to the present day store trading. Benediction. ? Rates. $2.50 Daj. Special Weeklj Rates.
keep him busy clipping the bond coupons The freeze came and took away his or- per
There has been a great wlvance all along that be will realize from the tale of his auge grove. He heard wonderful storiesof .. .

the line since "grandfather" kept produce. Miami and the possibilities in grow. Subscribe for THE SUN AddressPALM BEACH COTTAGE :

store. The methods which he employedare J. J. Grinnell and S. W. Messenger of ing vegetables. He took his family and .

fifty years or more behind the times. Philadelphia who have spent some time turning his face toward the east journeyed S. .. Palm Beach, Florida. w t

In the days of "grandfather's" flourishing looking over the different lands and thither in private conveyance. He

merchantile career the newspaperswere .places along the East Coast have decided -, went___ into__n the___ business with his_ bon_._ and 'Olvrecto'I., I
nut delivered at residences! They to locate here and inside of a week' labored tor success with the, result that THE EHRMHN HOUSE

were placed on a counter at the printing will have four acres ready for plan Dg,. last year's crop brought to him $7,<)()(). OFFICERS.
to the office WIDION WHILLDIN..__ ._ .Mayor Is now open for Winter Travel. .
subscribers went
office and -
Mrs. F. Y. Gnnnell has found the Hence we say "yon can't always tell _... BEST OF MARKIri'APFORDS.
Would that sort I.K.GLENN.____ __ Clerk ACCOMMODATIONS.-TABLB BEST THE
and got their papers. weather so disagreeable since her arrival and what seemed an Impossibility'to the '.H.RUSSBLL._.__................Ajieuor -I3 .tH. In Connection.
of business "go"now? aLong in Washington D.C.,that she is sorry honest, toiling "Cracker" has become a a.H.JUi'I'EJl.IlliTT.Trtuam Ratee Reasonable. Short Distance from the Depot.

ago purchasers had the time and she did not stay longer in this delightful reality. And there are other Sot Peters. PAUL t JONES_ .,... .... .Mtrihai Address
office for their Mrs. S. E. EARMAN WEST PALM BEA( H. FLA.NEWSEMINOLEHOTEL.
patience to to the ALDERMEN ,
go climate where there is no grip or colds -Ocala Star. BOARD OF I

newspapers' and around from store to so prevalent in the north at this season --. .*- GEO.W. POTTBR.._ ...-""-.....President b
more and search tor the article needed. of the year. JOHN B. BEACH_". -.J.D. MATHS
OFF FOR A CRUISE.
8TRAWURMAN-GEO.I,. BBANBING .
They do not do that way now. Theyhave J.
-r.+-- GEO.8.ADAMS._._.CARL BCHREBN1CXCtandl
neither the time: nor the patience. .
mornIng the '
UANGONU ItUTTERIXGS.' Wednesday yacht "Provi- meeting on the lit and jd heW I. _
Wide awake,progressive publisher and each month,at '
I. 730 p.m.
dencia with colors left
flying Figulus
storekeepers have taught them an easier Chris Houston acted as pilot on the .
southward bound with Will Bingham onboard --4County -
And more .satisfactory way ot gettiug Eclipse a 'day or so this week in C. C.Houston' Only Brick Hotel in Town.
who is cruise down the
going on a .
their information and doing their shop. place.A Directory

The (and weekly papcn, East Coast, and among the islands as far .... WEST PALM BEACH FLA.
ping. daily new mast is being put in the 'Arth : .
as Key West and up the West Coast as .
alaof&rJ now employed as drummers. ur B." and as ,SOOB at this is. doue the '. : 0 UNI Y OFFICERSA.
far as Punta Russ and possibly' to Has recently been completed, built I. the Boat nab
P ,
where T WOT
They go into every household boat will be ready for use I .B.HKTBKE..U..__.:-. County J 4ft THE O&ftlmULIstantial fnnlbc4
and stoattd
Tampa. manner elegaally ;
they are cordially welcome. They carry A.' QqulBY..C1relll'eour\C1.rll i
things offered fur June Rowley came up from Figulns The other persons on board are JulianM. HOST. .. TAYLL-.-Proaeenting Attorney on high ground fronting Lake Worth and commaadi.f all1&plicnt.-uebetnad-. sad
& ) lid of
a !a: ristive aid where the and spent Sunday at home before ktart- Rowlev.. cantata!. A. E. Knocks.. B:).'CKILUlGWORT1I-8beril: : view each way. and pests enjoy perpetual brews from all direction -
sale tell the prices around coast the d-- U.'GRCBBtt'' ._Tax: AweuorHi .
his cruise the
ing on on first mate navigator, and a crew of Pirtt'OUca. '
Aide are.to be. louud.' Before the ;ATUONY-..Tar Collector Cuisine and Service Strictly

ptuehastra\|ea vjthome;Ute "ProvidencU/ one to act a*sailor seal roustabout. E; HIDIMIOK.... _.....................Trtuurw
prospective :
latar. ft ill ut Spcial Bates 17 tit Yatk n EtaU.
Geo. Hone add mother of: Braintree The route from here will be by caijal WILL B.KCSSBLL.Supervisor ot Rcgiuntioa per 19.
Uctf&dV
wind)has.wanted/the beq.e up respecting charged arc Mass, were visitors at Capt, C. E. Merchant's : (if they can get through) to Biscayne rUN LYJ SHSEN......._...: ...Bunejor GEORGE ZAPF

price for a few days last week but left I Bay and Miami then to Key Largo ant) Z.T.KDIUTT .Supt. Pablle lutruetioo 114-97 Manager. ..
known, and also where the articles areI
Saturday for Miami. from thereto Key West; stopping at all COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. '
to be had. U many,)?ouachoUa.the advertising N.W PITTS,Chairman Lake Worth .. .
There was a small gathering at Ceo. the places of interest or good fishing on < -
pages'bf the morning papers ... .
u.W.J..LtN1U.ST_ .._ .PalDt Beath
I are the tint read it the., breakfast table I A. (' 1e', last Friday night where the the way and wherever'there is good safe w.'1:BHOYL :......_._.coeo.nu' Grove Miami, on Bay Biscayne, )Florida

bj the Udib of the fimtly'and'if'...Haut time: wa passed pleasantly in games.. and anchorage in case of a blow. E. LUiTB.r__?............Lemon ClljV Hotel t I Miami The Most Southern Railroad Point in '

certain article indulgence in light'refreshments.Mr From Key West the route willbe' up ,V;RPSaiSC.....................Keptnae _
vub.cs to some ; "
purchase *
meat U teuioa o.the J, the United States.
regular -
$ .
the eoll..ailuoDen
Gulf Coast ltoppingprobablJat.tbeTb :.
I in- .
and ,
Geo.5. Swift daughters
afi into the .
-; 1s.biSBi id to .look ncwl&pu.uwtro1WadRN : ; tart Wednewiav ia each month.
: >:c4batu- eluding"Mrs.:Taylor;Miss"Addie"6Vownand Isles and other points Where Accommodations for goo Guest Hotel Homelike and Comfortable. i

tid .P4 jhaut costs., two ur'three lady friends as guest,. there Is anything to be seen or caught FLORIDA KEMIIU now LEGISLATURE.DillS COUNTY. IM6-97 W. W. PROUT, Manager. t '

The time U;past when the .cnaton et and are BOW comly located in the Swift up as far as Punta !.assa. If 'they make B.N.PIMICK Palm Beach........-.....Senator

Catered to the storekeeper. The boot won cottage for the winter. this place in good time, they may cruiseup I P.8.MORSE, Mtotnl._ .Representative

the other eg now, and it is the customer Frank Rowley arrived, from Boynton the Caloosabatchee River and arouud COIN Y SCHOOL BOARD. IT TITjpnfin New house; best accommodations on the

who must be looked up and informed !last Saturday went back Sunday night Charlotte Harbor and possibly.go up as SUfEJUMTBKDBXr OF PVB14C WSTKCCT10H, All P nrmllll HOTEL ii I I East Coast; table grst-clas, and every
far as Tarn UKRR1TT ,. LemonCUy
Z.T.
he pa. convenience and comfort; hot and COld
which
and
.respecting the things rind came up again Monday night *
.
On theirr eturn they will probably go XIMBIU or SCHOOL BOilD.J. baths modern improvements in center of the famous section dole
; ; pineapple ;
or ihe'i* Invited to buy. will leave his launch None Such here for W.-JACIUIO 4Cbeirman,..Cocosant Grove
idea is direct to Key West and from there, if .__......, to the Inlet; fish and oysters in abundance.
The "cannot afford it" pretty awhile as he expects: to run 0. P. E. a.Y1hG. _. Juplter.A.

effectively answered in the case of the ham's launch during the absence of his circumstances. .. are ausplcuons.u., they. maygo t. .'W,.GARNHTT.. -HypolttM TERMS. _] -...- UUU.JlnnSDATI- -_._ -;'_.

ten New York failures. Would it not' brother. Julian. He left for Figulus : to Havana ana other west Indian ......

have paid those storekeeper to advertise Tuesday. pens before returning here. J. L. JENSEN r
Proprietor
,
They expect to be gone at least two State Directory.
if advertising would have filled their
Postmaster John N.Clark was honored
months and have the yacht provisionedand
JENSEN BBEVARD COUNTY FLORIDA.
torts, with costome s? And is it not with an informal last Wednesday ,
party
for three thereis
supplied months as
reasonable to that it would have EXECUTIVE DElARTMEbT. :ff Don't ail to stop at Jensen when visiting the Indian Biver. Irieg7
suppose which night at his residence at Lake Worth anda a possibility of their being away that W. D.BLOXHAM............ ... ...Uoveraor
had that effect, since the stores time had all in
very pleasant was by length of time. JNO. U FORD.Secretar1 of State

did advertise were filled.Savannah'News. attendance. BesldesJMr.and Mrs. Clark We wish them a pleasant and interest WM. B. KEYNOLUS. ........Comptroller

and baby there were present Misses Flo. JAMBS B. WB1TF1BLD........._?.TreuurerWK. THE TRAVELERS
... cruise and safe return.LECTURE .
ing
a
.B.LAMAR-...........Attorney General
ROBINS. Redifer Gracie Olcott Hattie Merchant .......
o DON'T SHOOT E S W. X.SHEATS .Sapt. Public Instruction <
Mary Rowley.. Edith Nokes, and Betty L. B.WOMBWELL.! __.......Com.Agriculture NEW MANAGEMENT, ..

More redbreast robins are to be seen ------0 Hanonv -and- -Messrs---- Joe Empie.. HarryRedifer ON..PALESTINE.The .PATRICK__ ___ HOUSTON__ _Adiuunt_._.__.General___n_ .
in this section than ever before in the Willie Gale Albert Merchant West Palm Beach Congregational W Mll.TONjIt_......, Sumyor-Genert FELIX GARCIA, Prop. Jacksonville, Fla.

memory of the oldest settler. Some say Alex Rowley and Warren'and Milton Church was filled last Sunday night to Office*at Tallahassee Florida.
weather North U. S. SENATORS. Electric Lights, Electric Belts, Baths Complete Seivice.
it is caused by the cold Dick. The time was passed in playing listen to lecture by Mrs Josephine Bra-
down this but it is S. FASCO... ........... .... .......MonticellS.
driving them way various games and refreshments were man of Brooklyn N.Y.,who is a visitor The Best $2.00 per day Hotel in Florida.
R. MALLORY............. '._M_..Penucola
more probable that the greater amount also served being in quantity and quality at the Inn. It her visit
stopping gave U. S. CONGRESSMEN. Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to itop at the Traveler t-jl
of cleared and cultivated land here now to the(standard such occasionsfor
on to Palestine and Egypt. It was attentively
it up I ROBT. W.DAVIS............ .._..M..Pat.tka
than formerly has brought them as which all Lake Worth ladies are listened to and very much appre S. M. 8rA KMN.....................1'ampa

gives them that much more good feeding noted. dated. Mrs. Braman is a talented and SUPREAIE COURT JUDGES. :BRELSFORD EROS

ground. Last Friday night a pleasant little par earnest speaker and gave much valua M. U.MABRY................... Chief JUBtic*

Some parties still persist in shooting ty met by invitation at the residence of ble information on these historic places.We F. B.CARTER.............. .AuocUte JoitlLCK '

these birds but all vegetable growers H. Sanders for a quiet dance and even- hope to have the pleasure of listen. F TAYLOR._...........,.. RealEstateandInsurance 4

should see that the robins are protected: ings amusement. Owing to the threatening ing to her again on her travels in the R. R. COMMISSIONERS.H.

for these birds are among the best weather all invited were not present'but East E.DAY Chairman..'_....... ..-.Gainesville

friends_ __ the uowe'rs have as they_ are very ; those who came had a good time ....-- J.L. MORGAN..... ............................Jasper Palm Beach, Florida.NOTARY .
_
n J. M. BRYAN......___..____.Kbdmmte
well satisfied THEY SAY-
the bugs and worms that and one and all went home PUBLICCOTTAGES TO RENT.
fond oi same JOHN I,. NEttEV.JR. Clerk..... .......Arcadia
are the growers worst enemies and eatimmense with their evening': enjoyment and only That doctors who can't kill anything Headquarters and offices of the Bmrd at Tallahassee. 6.1.97 1'ost-Office Building, North of I'oiuciuua Hotel
day anxious for a chance to repeat. Those I .
quantities of them every :
when they hunting could do better
go ,,.
of the of those present were Sam. Waddell and Oscar -- -
as an examination crops by staying at home and attending to r
hot will show.Aotdns Cheatham horn WestPalm Beach while business. General Directory.COURT .

do no harm but do a great deal from the surrounding neighborhood in That it is no feather in a woman's -
addition H. Sanders and daughter cap CALENDAR. PATRONIZE THE SUN JOB OFFICEFOR
and not game
of good, they are song Sanders and wife. to wear a bird on her hat.
W. H.
birds and hardly big enough to pay for Rose were (Seventh tircuit.)
and shot used in getting Geo. S. Rowley and wife. Miss Ruth I That you have to pay for electricity Y. 8. JONES ..._ Circuit Jndfc

them the powder, so the shooting of them is both Rickards the schoolteacher Misses Hattie but lightning is free. J. D.BEubS .. .__ .. Stute'g Attorney ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK. r'

cruel besides hardly Merchant and Bessie Mary Nellie. That wetting won't help a dry book SPRUNG TERM.
being
nuleos and -
O&ttwla County. 1st Monday ia K.hII.
--- and Genie Rowley and Messrs Albert nor washing, a foulone. ..
should be protected '
Sit
,<< \I and profitable if"there;so they is no law against killing Merchant and Alex: Rowley. That you should pray for strength to Orange LakeVolnua< "h" .. Pamphlets, Billheads, Letterheads,

them one should be passed so they willr. Last Thursday evening as H.Saunderswas match your work; not for work to match II Id 4th .". "* ApriLBreud" ..

be u fully protected in Florida as they on his way up the bicycle path on your strength. Dade .. tat Monday after 4th Monday Packetheads Envelopes

I are in almost every other State for in his wheel he nearly ran over a large That you should never drbp a bouncing in April. ,

of a live wild cat lIe thought it was a dog when FALL TERM
most of them even the keeping baby on the floor to see it bounce.
first it, especially as it seemed to itaceola County,let Monday in October.
and he saw
robin in a cage is a crime punishable this That our ancestors didn't go in for Orange M ** .. Business Cards, Posters Dodgers
f his but
take no notice<> approach .
fi s as such. gymnastics, golf or bicycling; Lake Sib "
. ____-- -- was probably due to his wheel making Volaila M to MOV.
That our ancestors are all dead now.
reachedthe
LIKES FLORIDA. little or no noise. Just as he Bre.rd" tin Circulars Statements
SIGSBEE ,
animal however it saw him and That if you don't eat what you like Monday after the 4th Moi-

Captain Sigsbee of the Maine, spent a immediately made a big spring from the I nor drink what yon want you will never day in November.

while on his way and quickly disappeared in the have the rheumatism.That I GOY'T SIGNAL SERVICE JJEPJ.J. 1'1
day in TamparecentlT path w.CRONK........... .. "?..? UbaerTer Printed with Neatness and Despatch s
to Havana where he went to take comM. brush. When it jumped was when he people should never be too busyto Observatory at Jupiter Inlet '

-tad rf the'battleship Texas.: first recognizrd: the kind of animal it was take care of either their health or GOV-T LIGHT HOUSE SERVICE j

of that city quotes him but as he was unarmed he could only their tools. I
Tribune .
The Ucht House tt Jupiter Ink*
as saying with regard to Florida "no watchlt disappear without molesting it. JUlES A.AI.KOUIL... ... ':".'_.__..Keeper A COMPLETE LINE OF STATIONERY 1

stranger can form any idea of Florida This la the List wild cat seen in this FOR SALE CHEAP. jt 4. WELLS. ........ ...._.. lat Aa iatantBF.NJ.

climate until they come here! and enjoy neighborhood for a long lime and probably .WELLS. Id Aaawual ALWAYS ON HAND :- j

I am doing now. I have strayed in by accident.: It has Party Boat partly furnished schooner I. U. i. LAND OFFICE.

it lust u in tropical countries strayed out again for no
traveled agreatdeal found place where the probably to have seen either it or its trac- Jupiter. Address N. R. FitzLugh West N. U.WAlSWKHiUT.' __Eeceiv.i: Are You Supplied? Give U$ A Trial Order
aDd have never seems j Jupiter, Fla. Ofli(**at Gaine Till tlurlda.
Honda !
climatic conditions were equal to since. a




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ft TAE TROPICAL WEST frALM Bfei6S FLORlbA f fatlfeSDAY JANUARY 19
.:' SUN, 189,

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FOR LITTLE FOLKS. CARE OF PIANOS. THE DAINTY MUSHROOM.: \
fl- s. CITY + MEAT + MARKET-
Bow Tker Should Be Treated tSB .Ksh
'J How to Prepare This trttloas Dol-
Oo d Condition.
ANOTHER SMALL CYCLIST. tear la Various Ways.
;'t.: ; : Half the pianos in this world catch
'" Broiled Mushrooms-Peel the mushrooms WESTERN MEATS A SPECIALTY.
I t, r i" : ,' Little nan.--of JmeJuon, Inc)., winter colds exactly as we do. They get<< taking care not to break them

} : ., Who fa at Home on a Wheel. hoarse or have a cough or a stiff note, stalks.
off the Heat the
b and ont broiler BEEF, VEAL, SAUSAGE, ARMOUR'S STAR HAMS
.J ...-. Master Verne Trade! of Jackson, or some similar complaint which cannot lay on the mushrooms and broil the up- PORK HEAD CHEESE, PIG'S FEET.

". .. Midi., is probably the smallest bicyclist be cued by home remedies, but rennin per ride first; then turn and expose the .
MUTTON BACON AND BOLOGNA.
1 \ :r to the world and commenced to ride almost tedious and expensive doctoring.In ether side. They should be tender in

,4.- as Boon aa be could walk. As he order to prevent these avoidable ailments eight or ten minuted. Remove from the FROZEN TURKEYS AND CHICKENS.

,f x la now but 2.t i{ years old. it may readily it ia as well to know how to take fire, baste with melted butter, season BUTTER EGGS AND VEGETABLES y
i; be imagined that bia wheel is below care of the piano. Each spring cleaning
with salt and pepper and serve on toast VENISON AND WILD GAME IN SEASON. -
; ,. standard Biza. The tiny machine ii housewife who is having the domestic The addition of dices of lemon is optional -

1 : practically perfect in every detail, and piano "put to rights" during her present FRESH FLORIDA MEATS.

although the front wheel only measures upheaval of the household should Puree of Mushrooms.-Cut in piecesa :;: ::

\i r 134 inches in diameter, its pneumatic very carefully ncte the following: quart of mushrooms and pnt them to .

f" tires are of the ordinary size. One day A piano should be kept in a moderately soak in cold water in which the juiceof Representing: Armour's Packing Co.'s Western Meats. K. B. Raulerson'a

t- recently be rode about two miles, and warm room, where the temperature a lemon has been squeezed. Let them Florida Meats.

is even, say 60 or 70 degrees, the stand half an hour; drain and puS themin ,. j;. <
.J" '. year round not cold one day and hot with GEO. S. ADAMS
a saucepan a tablespoonful of .r Proprietor.WEST .
the next The instrument should not,
bntter. Simmer until tender add the
however, be too near the source of heat. of lemon PALM BEACH FLORIDA.
juice a pepper and salt to
ii.1 It should be kept closed and covered taste and stir until thick. Strain and
F.- .. with a felt cloth when not in use particularly serve.

: in frosty weather. Baked Mushrooms.Ex> tbe
pare vegetables -
' Always place the piano against an inside ...Give< LITTLE
as usual by peeling them and BROS.
j'I 'S.. wall and a little out from it. removing the stems. Grease the baking

When tuning or repairing is necessary, dish with butter and carefully place in r-r

I,. I IiI employ a responsible and expert: work- it the mushrooms, with she upper side FERTILIZER and PHOSPHATE COMPANY
man. Do not allow children to drum on

it- A professional musician may expenda minutes .
-
like amount of strength upon the keyboard ter. When done, season with salt and Jacksonville, Florida. .
but if the right keys are struck
pepper pour over the bntter in the dish ,
much 1 less harm is done than when children -
and serve.Stewed

amuse themselves Avoid littering Mushrooms.-Peel the mushrooms If are requiring rlilizers for
you Vegetable,
the top with bric-a-brac, as it affects TheSun.
wash them in cold water and
4.1 the tone of the instrument.A scrape the stoma, cutting off the hardends. Pineapples, etc., write to us and we can give you t-
well known maker recommendsthat ,
aa the case be frequently wiped off of. Place butter in and a saucepan when melted a tablespoonful add half. more value for your money than- any other. Manufacturer "i-.

r with a chamois skin wrung out in tepid the quantity of flour. Put in a pint of or dealer in this State or from aty
'1 water. Where the caN i ia very highly ;
mushrooms, cover She pan and let them
.t, polished and dark this is absolutely necessary simmer gently for ten minutes; stirring other State. Write for pamphlets, prices, elc.,

and luile el.-e will serve to re- cf) ten. Add two of to above address.
: ___ tablespoonfuls cream, 11-12-97fflernllStevens
S move the dust which settles in the fret .
I
II heat up again, season with salt and
, I work.
pepper and serve. :
To remove finger marks and blue
K THB LA w'e CLUTCHES. Fried Mu@hrooms.-Prepare large
mold mix'.thoroughly two tablespoonfuls -
although much commotion was apparent firm. mushrooms as for broiling; then

among the pedestrians at the appearance'of of salad oil and one tablespoonful. roll them in cracker meal, dip them in GEO. H. MALTBY
of Rob little of this mixture
vinegar. on a
scab.a midget cyclist the little rider beaten egg, then in cracker meal again. ....
with soft and with
did not pay the least attention to any I Ib woolen cloth.a rag polish Times. a Sprinkle with salt and pepper and fry ,

d;. but pedaled on "as hard aa be -Philadelphia in butter. Garnish with slioeeof lemon.

could, regardless of police regulations. Hot to Black a Stove Creamed Mushrooms.Peel large, ---DEALER IN---
When the road was bad, be would take fresh mushrooms sprinkle them withsalt
Wash off all grtaee spate with soapsuds
to the with insouciance and and them ia
an pot a
,pavement pepper
and if there be rough rusty
that'greatly amused the city police.. Hit any saucepan with a little water. For each FURNITURE WINDOW SHADES
places or, spots where something has ,
Mr. Charles Track left Englandfor of mushrooms add ,
father. of quart a tablespoonful -
burned on the stove rub with "piece
the United States U l of batter and let them simmer forten
some yeas > .
sandpaper. Mix the block lead to the MATTINGS
1_ ; ago and be belongs to a well known consistency of cream with water or Tin minutes. Pour in a pint of 'cream ,, OILCLOTH

west' of' England family The drollest egar. Apply this to the stove when cool in which has been mixed a tablespoonful A Chance to do YourJo1i111
the father taking of cornstarch stir two three minutes
thing was to see up or -
On becoming nearly dry rub it with a
the 'boy, bicycle and all ,Then, after and serve.
4 stiff brush till it shines. Black the oven IIrFUNERAL SUPPLIES IN STOCK
1. looking carefully to see that everything inside and out. If stoles be blackleaded Stuffed Mushrooms -Cut up the
U right, setting .down both machine stalks of the mushrooms with one-
while they are hot it burns on and
and rider and literally bowling along fourth their quantity white onions
'
will not take a really good! polish. I Practice the Latest Methods in Embalming the Dead.
the wholeconcern..--Cincinnati En- fend parsley. Squeeze dry in a cloth .

;, qairer. ,., j How to Make Uattoa Ragoat. put in a saucepan with little butter

,'he Camel'"n....... Cut the mutton into two inch length and brown gravy and set them over Masonic Block West Palm Beach Fla.
the fire for five minutes. Have
three in all with sal large,
*
The camel is stupid save when angry ( cupfuls ), season firm
mushrooms in waiting fill them
,
and then_ems to become suddenly poaa&sed and pepper, dust with flour. Place two
I with the mixture and lay them on a '
with an intelligence almost preternatural tablespoonfuls of batter in a pan; heat buttered dish. them with sifted Do You Want a
Sprinkle
.
'
in carrying out its vengeful very hot and brown the meat, shaking
d6lig t' Palgrave relates the following often., Draw the pan to the back of tbe bread crumbs, bake for ten minutes OTEAMBOAT?
lift the meat out with skimmer and serve.How We have them to Sell,and if we have
a
of camel's which range;
story a } revenge seryei none on hand tosuit,we can build
to, illustrate this*.point:'' and place it on the serving dish. to Make Soap Bark. Just what you want. Il

A sad of U bad conducted a large: Add a pint of ;oysters (chopped) to the The soap! bark which ia invaluablefor .'

camel, laden,with wood, from one village gravy! ; also an onion and a sprig of removing spots from men's and We are also} PreparedTo \1

to another at a half hour's die parsley minced. Cook for five minutes boys' clothes,, is made as follows: Pour Furnish

tance. As the animal loitered turned and add a cupful of milk. When hot, upon 5 cents' worth (one ounce) of soap r ,

ont of. the way. its conductor struck it add two tablespoonfuls of flour stirredto bark-to be bought at any druggist's-

I repeatedly and harder than it seemed a paste with a little cold water. pint of boiling water let it stand overnight Pumping Outfits for Irrigation.

to, have thought he had a right to do. When these are well cooked taste tbe strain through a fine sieve, adda

But not finding the occasion favorable gravy and add more seasoning if necessary gill of alcohol and is is ready for use

for taking immediate quits, it "bode ; then pour it over the mutton and and will keep any length of time. Write or call on us! for Anything in

its time." serve at once. The oysters should be Our Line tbat you need.

Thai lime was not long in coming drained well before adding to the gravy How to Make Beef Shortcake -- --- .

A.few days later the same lad' had Uredondnct This may be made of cold, but fresh workThe (uo.
How to Make Codfish Souffle. I engineering
the beast buS unladen, to beef has a finer flavor. One pound of ,

I his own Tillage. When they were about Half a pint of stale bread crumbs heat good, tender ramp steak cot in half
ed with half a cupful of milk and when inch slices and then in inch .
half way on the road and at some distance squares.rour JACKSONVILI FLA.
it is hot and smooth dash of ,
from any habitation the camel a cayenne boiling water over these, add salt
and half of boxf ol of shredded fish
a and cover closely after being .
4 suddenly stopped, looked deliberately pepper 24-9-97 aOPBlIToa
" I round in every direction to assure steel) After a thorough mixing add the beat. skimmed and simmer until very tender. .: Jacksonv He Marire Railways.

that no one was within light and en yolks of two eggs and one tablespoon. Let the liquor stew nearly away and

finding the road far' and near clear of fag of butter. Boat the whites of three dredge a little flour over add a tea-

pagsersby'mada a atep forward seized eggs to a froth, fold into the mixture spoonful of butter. Make a rich biscuit

3 the unlucky boy's head in its monstrous quickly, lightly and thoroughly and dough and bake in two layers, spreading
bake until a light brown in individual butter on the under one. When
mouth and lifting him up in the air.
china cases and in one pudding dibh. baked, separate and cover with the hot
flung him down again on the earth with I
,the upper part of his skull completely meat slices, and also a layer on top. GliEfl G. ST Otif/I, -
How to Care Hives.
torn off and hill brains scattered oa the Tbe size of the shortcake may be determined $
ground. Hives ia a peculiar nervous disorder by the quantity of meat.-Chi Sun A DEALER IN 1,. .
of the skin. It is commonly due to some llciald. Tropical
,; Having thus satisfied its revenge, the cago
disorder of Poisons form
+ digestion. are
brute quietly resumed its pace toward How to Make Conch Mixture and Groceries
ed in the stomach or intestine by the Staple Fancy
. tbe village as though nothing were the fermentation or putrefaction of the food. Place in a jar six ounces of molasses, ,

matter till some! men who had observed i These poisons, absorbed into the blood, seven ounces of honey and ten ounces

2 the whole, though unfortunately at too give rise to this peculiar affection. In of vinegar. Set the jar in a saucepan of Grain and all Food Supplies.

3 ::1 great a distance to be able to afford certain persons honey strawberries boiling water and stir till all the Ingredients
:- timely help, came up and killed it- are mixed and warmed
oysters and other substances give rise to
Job DepartmentPrints -+1ICOUNTRY ---
BU Paul's. hives because of some personal idiOl yn- through. Then add three drams of ipe-

tr The Dream of the To,.. cracy. The disease can be cured either cacuanha wine and bottle for use. The PRODUCE

r .. The sandman lost a dream one night.A by avoiding the special> articles of food dose should be a tablespoonful every
. dream meant for a boy- four hours. Always Fresh,Kept ia Stock.
which give rise to the disease or by correcting
floated round awhile, and then
:: It the disorder of digestion when Your Patronage Solicited_- -.
It settled on a toy.
: v How to Make Chestnut
Soap.
, : this, is the cause A dry diet especiallya !
t .' The toy dreamed that It stood In clasa diet of fruits, grains and nuts, is to Peel and scrape the nuts, boll themin letter Heads 4-U West palm Beach, .Fla.

I r!: \- With quite a row of boys; be especially recommended in cases oi water with salt and pepper to taste Note Heads
The teacher rapped upon his desk till quite soft Strain them, and when
r And cried: "Ltss noise 1 Less nolsel"Then this earL
I the moibture has dried off press! them StatementsBusiness

," o! looking at the toy he scowled How to Wassail Apple. through a sieve. Put the puree into a

And ald. "Next boy-foretell. Cut three or four sour apples into saucepan containing a large sliced onion Cards
"Oh. please sir" cried the little toy, eighths Melt one level tablespoonful previously browned in butter or cotto-

"1 don't know how to spelll of butter in a chafing dish and when lane till tender. Add the necessary Bill Heads ATTENTION EVERYBODYHAVE !

":" I. "Indeed I don't know how It Is; melted and bubbling put in the apples amount of water remembering that the ,

I'm sure I'm a toy. sprinkled with one tablespoonful ol mixture when finished must not be And all kinds of Fine Stationery;
. Although I seem to be In class YOU SEEN THOSE ELGANT-
granulated After the
sugar. apples too thick and serve with toast fried
i And dressed up like a boy soften put in half a cupful of cider crisp in oottolene and cut in dice. If NEW DRESS GOODS, WRAPS AND LADIES' NOTIONSJust

"What's that What's that?' the teacher (sweet or sour), which the apples will desired, part stock and part water can
Are ?
You
''f cried. absorb. Sprinkle with a saltspooufnl of be used. Supplied RECEIVED AT- y
. In awful tones he spoke
cinnamon and with
powdered serve .
i Be came with strides, across the floor, How to Select Cabbages.Cabbages .
I I
': And then.the toy awoke. whipped cream. THE HONEST PROFIT
are somewhat similar! to HOUSEI

.. _' There lay the nursery very still, How to.Make Veal Sandwiches. lettuce in their form of growth. A good Give us a Trial Order
: The shelf above Its head: Mince one cup of cold boiled veal bead is indicated by abundant leave. I
.:: F The fire burned dimly on the hearth,
..; quite flue, sprinkle with a saltspoouf of long and curved over the center. If the
:_ f The children were In bed. WAIT W1\IT
!
,L. .: salt and two tablespoonfuls of olive oil or leaves are meager, there ia trouble at --WAIT !
There lay the dolls and Noah's ark. the heart.
melted butter. Take a loaf of bread one

"I"Oh.Just dear had such me!"a said dreadful.the toy.dream. or two days old. Carefully trim off the how to_licks China Cement. And We Will AND SAVE YOUR MONEY

dreamed I was a boy crust Set the loaf on one small end and A durable cement in made
by burning Until Mrs. J. Frank returns from New
'Katherine Pyle In $C Nicholas. cut into long thin slices lengthwise of oyster shells and pulverizing the lime York with a Full Line of a

:::: f the loaf., Batter them and spread with from them
then
.. Barl'Ltt very fine mixing with
t- .T. LADIES' AND GENT'S
the veal Boll np like jelly roll cake SHOES-
,:. cemetery was beneath the white of an egg to a thick ptwto aod
t.r A shaggy cedar tree: and slice into thin round slices. Spreada applying to china or glass and securingthe

*'S:; The mourners were the Jersey cow fringed napkin on a plate, lay the pieces together until dry. When Please You... DRY AND DRESS
And'pvasjrU child! and me.' small "rolls" in neat piles and set on GOODS
' 'i
s f dry, it will take a long soaking for it ,:
;
.1'. t tombstone; was a piece of slats' the ice until serving time. to become soft again. Common lime CLOWNS AND
I eatrsWhich
And daisies were the shroud will also do, but is not as good. Either FURNIsHINGS,
t I cried a little to myself Bow to Cook Plum Porridges should be freshly burned and only mix
';; The kitten purred'aloud.p. Old fashioned porridge be she will
plum SELL
may CHEAP. Come
ed when needed, when One, Come All .
I L.,Waldo In Youth's Companion. ad once dry it I to tb,
1k
,{ ; _"_ made either of wheat flour or Indian cannot be softened.
;. tc meal When it is made of the meal, it 1
.
JOUR.I _
t.Ai,1lAt1tIet
I A govArnjaa\ was'giving little Tommy will take a longer time to prepare, as it How to Grill Salt Pork. .BO.STONSTORE.
'requires at least two hours to cook thor .
'
a grammar lesson the'ottkieddty. Cut 10 or 13 very thin slices of nicely .
j'\;:" "An abstract,noun.:' aha said,' "is-ihe oughly.. ,When the porridge is done, streaked side pork. Toast over a hot .

:;:: Bamftof soffietiuoi .vhich you can think add the stewed pluma. Prunes or raisins fire, dipping frequently into cold water. -I. MRS J. FRANK, Proprietor.
used. Stir the fruit in
also be
of, buS not touch.. Can you give me an can When well cooked, set in the oven for t
: s example ... .. .f slowly to prevent it breaking and serve* two or three minutes and serve veiy WEST PALM BEACH and MIAMI FLORIDA.

::-t. ') S'omml-A redhoi poker.-. &-Bit$. with. sugar and cream. cot ,

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THE TROPICAL'SUN, WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1899. 3

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.THE SUNDAY SCHOOL. A K-BBhloa Traw- A MINING QUEEN.A t
The women of San Francisco oaks .
.......... Womma Who !. tkKleheM .
quite a social event each year of their BURKHARDTS West Palm Beach, Jan. 19, 1899. ;J

LESSON iv. 'FIRST: QUARTER, INTERNATIONAL "cushion teas," which are for the benefit of Her Sea IB Ctah. Fraud H. Ltggttt 4 Ce'. t

SERIES JAN. 22. of the Woman's Exchange of that Mrs Susanna: Bran ford Emery is thl Double Cratm Premier CbeeM 20 cents .. '
.
richest woman in Utah. About fivt 'This cheese we believe win find its place It .

city.A wealthy woman interested in the years since her husband, A. 0. Emery, .'" !;, onre; is it w manufactured bv a scientist who Pound
**.t of the I*** *. Jofca ill t-te. '<<-', has made ctudr for longtime to produt*'n per
his widow considerabll
scheme Mem.*? ...... 14-18-GoldeB Text bination said and tea drinking and the supposedly worthless mining property. .!/! ,, k against using chee-e freely, at all mea.. He

Joha'lU. Commentary Prepared Being in great financial difficulties, she expects to accomplibh Ihlll l>y demonstrating Please note oar price for. '
affair is always a success. At the last that this scientifically prepared rood roan .
fcjr tM R... O. M.Copyright. It...... "cushion tea" the ballroom of a big went to work developed the property so hindrance.pure a*to bean aid lo digestion rather than thin "Mabble88 Chw'se" W
In addition to iu he&llhtnlnew.
[ 1S8. by a M. St.eam.I.J mansion was the salesroom. and today Mrs Emery receives over $6,- l- the best keeping qualities nre devIopdtoi0 line with our well known

i. "Now there was man"(R. V.). la Heaped high on many tables, piled 000 a month in dividends. Her mine ii t gather with a pure,sweet flavor that will ;
mend itself <
to all the best
Term 11 22, 83,of chapter 2, we read that upon divans and settees, the cushions of known aa Silver King. The propertj This result cannot be accomplished withot reputation. to serve

the dlaoiplea believed and many believed. silk velvet cotton leather and lace adjoins, the Great Ontario, the riches cost,as the aim ol the maker is to eliminate all at prices frequently asked "

bat then we read that Jesus did not commit flaunted their varied beauties upon the thoK flavor property or tend toilrcay.Irmu the no milk that that a much destroy smaller the for lowest grade of goods.L. ; '

Rimaelf unto (believe to) men,for B. passerby. She who hesitated was In. Advertisers quantity in made from a given quantity of milk

knew what was In man. Then we have variably t. and all day long there was than by the old process.

Him dealing with this man, a ruler of the
a steady stream! of parcels bound for the W. BURKHARDT
Moodemng to him .
Jews, and revealing ,
homes of purchasers. The prices were
self, that be might know God, for this U
; aa various as the materials that had N Finest Groceries.
greater than riches or wisdom or might
(Jer. U.; 83, 84). been fashioned into cushions. They were _

8. Nloodemui knew that Jesus was at within the reach of all purses, but most Who Use the ,

least sent of God and that God was with of the wallets that come to Woman's i :.J 1j

him and his soul was hungering for more Exchange teas are golden lined. I

of God. and ha felt that Jeeua had power.to Some cushions were big and deep, Clarence G. Miller Miller Longbothara

bolp him yet, being a ruler and Jesus with donkey ears at the corners. Others b

being evidently very humble person, not rounded and edged with cord
were
S. B. MILLER & CO.
having been taught to any of the schools
cable. Some of softest
heavy as a were
like been at
Dor having, Saul brought up
the feet of Gamaliel or any groat teacher of velvet, others were stiff with emoroid- Columns of -lI.tabU..hl'Cl 1841-

the day he seems to think it wise not to ery in gold and silver thread. Some ...WHOLESALE.Commission ..

some at first to Him too publicly. wooed to rest others bristled with jew

8. Jeans rnnnra by the seaming compliment els and difficult stitches There were Fish Dealers.

and, recognizing the longing the little cushions for pins and big ones for
heart of Nloodemus tells him briefly the
.
couches Almost laborof
every one was a
only way to see the kingdom for which ha love. They sold wonderfully well 7 Fulton Fish Market, NEW YORK.
longs. To be born of God (1-13) or from I
Is the No human By evening it was low tide on the tables SPANISH MACKEREL SHEEPS-HEAD BLUE
Above (margin) only way. THE FISH
wisdom nor royal lineage nor position and divans and when 11 o'clock cs'ma

among men can entitle any one to see or the cushions that bad failed toaUrwt POMPANO RED SNAPPER, GREEN TURTLE ETC.

enter the kingdom of GodIt must be a the publio eye were few and far be
Stencils Furnished 11-lOif
work of God In the heart-nothing less tween. A few were reserved for afflea, Promptly

ihanthereaeiingofffieiSonofGodchap.tor but hundreds were sold ontriaiit I UBS 8C8ANIU BRAKFORD EMERY.
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1. 12). silver mine in tbe world. An income oi

4. Nloodemua thongh very religious How to Keep the Feel Warm. I $75,000 a year is a handsome income U. S MAIL BOAT "ECLIPSE."
and a,ruler of the Jews, was only a nat TROPICAL ,
ural man and understood not spiritual There is a Latin quotation which trnlyj but it does not represent the -

things Ha ooold only think of a natural says, "Judge not a woman by her amount of Mrs. Emery's "pin money."

birth. feet" aDd certain it is that a well or Last year she became interested in the Making daily runs (except Sundays) between West Palm Beach and

& A little mora fully Jesus now statesIt badly shod foot be it small or large Grand Central a gold prospect in the Juno stopping at all intermediate points.
a&1inghat to be burn of God means to unconsciously betrays much of ita own great Tintio or Eureka mining districtIn ,

be born of water and of the Spirit. By er's characterA ono year this has paid tbe rich widow PASSENGERS, FREIGHT AND EXPRESS.-Freight carried to and from
calling up three witnesses-Peter, James like and she has :
well and comfortably clothed foot something $10,000 re- SUN
and aul-and by comparing\ I Pet. 1, E3; necessitates that as much attention be cently refused to cell her interest in the the F. E. C. Ry., and all landings on the ruo,free of charge
Ja I 18 88 John vl, 63. welearn
,that;water Eph.suggests v. ; the Word of. Cod, given to it as to other parts of the body, mine for 1100.000.-Chicago Times- ScHEDui.E....Boat leaves West Palm Beach, 8 a. m., sharp, arrives at

by which the Spirit always works. while as far ag abolute cleanliness it Jerald Juno, 10:20 a. m. Returning, arrives West Palm

A. The flesh la the natural man, the man concerned it requires perhaps more, for
Now It'. the CM Po... Beach 1:10
not subject to nor controlled\ by God. He there iu no portion of the body which I p. m. /
be Intellectual, educated, talented, Every dog has its day; so have some
may The feet
perspires so freely require Steamer ECLIPSE is for charter afternoons to Fishing or Tourist ;.
wealthy, a good citizen,, moral philanthropic daily bath in warm water with plenty cats. The latest possession of the bach :
and in every way all that could be of I elor girl is a cat. Any cat will do so rarties. -

4ered.\ '... a loving father son or brother soap it's cat and doesn't scratch scratchy
a ;
After long standing walking, when VISITORS Please note that the to Juno takes
morning trip
yet if only that never sue the kingdom of footibafb cats are debarred. In a certain sense it CLAIM: passengers

God. He that bath the Son bath life, but the feet are tired or swollen a hot has taken the'place! of tbe mandolin. through the finest fishing grounds (If the Lake, and( to all who 'desire
) be that bath not .the Son of God hath not In which a cupful of rock salt or a .
4 life,wbitever else he mar. have (I John v. larger quantity of ordinary table salt Time was when the mandolin formed a it, gives an hour at Pitts Island-the Gem of the Lake-where dinner

18) baa been dissolved will' be found very necessary part of the raise en scene, and can be had, and the attractions of this beautiful spot enjoyed. '
7.' "Ye must be born again. There Is by its help the bachelor girl could make .
\ refreshing. The feet should be kept immersed It Is The -
,much teaching nowadays to the effect that until the water becomes cool I very effective tableaux of herself with I also have for charter to pleasure parties the Sailing Yacht "Ar
there Ua pork of the divine nature In with the wide ribbon around her neck and '
then thoroughly dried and rubbed thur B.
and that only needs to be de-
every one alcohol ber tapering fingers straying over the

_oped. but such which 1s not the that teaching the of Cold feet are due to poor circulation. wires and occasionally eliciting tba For terms of charter of Steamer or Sailing Yacht, and for any fur..
the Word of God says carnal -
and
or natural mind Is emitty against There is nothing like walking to stimulate plunk. plunk-merely that nothingmore. ther information, apply to J. C Stowers, Postmaster at W. P. B.

God. for it Ii not subject: to the law of the circulation of the blood in the

God neither, indeed, can be (R<*u Till, 7). extremities, and sufferers afflicted with Now the call I When the bell rings, WILL H. SANDERS, Owner. E

... We can foci the wind aa.it Wows upon gold extremities should take brisk the bachelor girl attitudinizes under an BEST

QS but we can not tell bunco it came nor walks during the day If at night the overhanging drapery of soft falling silk
whither la destination. Thus the Spirit with the cat in ber arms and as the .
moves and works In the darkness of feet are still cold a warm footbath or door to the caller she looks
opens np
| Gen t, e. the Spirit of God moved upon rubbing with hot flannel should warm with Ocean Steamship Company
a helplessly appealing expression
_ the face of the waters, and Uod stake| and the feet before retiring, for it is detrimental
do the circumstances
under
The thing to -
there was light 80 Gal by His nerd to she health as well as to the proper L ,
ia to stand for few min "SAVANNAH LINE. I
and Spirit shines in hearts and gut tlu beauty of the feet to sleep with tbe extremities a _

knowledge tf lilmwlf. tanslig Ufa and cold Woolen stockings shouldbe mites overcome with admiration.The .,..

fruitfulness whtre all LdoNio;; wash' i worn and stout thick soled shoes visitor if masculine goes away AdvertisingMEDIUM Florida 4
and void (U Cor IT, 0,1)) with flitting visions of a charming homeof

9. "Ilow tan these thin,:!! bcV Thi To Live IB Three Centuries. his dVn where a cat plays a leading To New York f And Boston.A .
blind was groping for thu light and but part. If the visitor is feminine, she ap-
Edinburgh has as one of its resident
Theca spiritual
very dimly j lynching
things, so simple to the Spirit taught, were a remarkable old lady, who, if she sur preciates also tbe possibilities the cat Short Rail Ride to Savannah, Thence : f
thinks with of the obstinacy
too much for the natural man, e\en thoughhe vives another U months will have lived pose, regret
uondcrud if of the baby who refuses to allow itselfto A Short Sea ;':' J ,
be a ruler I hate onp in three centuries Mrs. Roper the Voyage.
reason why the\ wisdom of this world dislikes lady in question, will enter her hun be folded into pliant attitudes anddelermines .1-

the hook of Daniel and,would fain dredth year on Deo. 89. She has a vivid to urge her husband exchange Sailing from Savannah:

have done with it is that there,as perhaps recollection of the events that followed the baby for a cat at the first 5 Ships Each Week 5 '
nowhere else, to shown the utter impo- favorable moment-Cleveland Plain .
and of -.
the victory at Trafalgar hearing
tense of such wisdom to deal with the Dealer
of tbe death of Nelson. In
people speak
things of God. A H tic' k e t, ages is an a.-1 "ft'a1"VL 's are supp 1'ed ..'th aa:l 1'tug Sc I..1"'aa.."" a...,.. W''... e'or general :: .
10. A master of Israel should knowsomething early life, when in domestic service in Discomfort of Conventional Dr lllo
of those things for In Ezck. the Scottish capital with Dr. Listen I It is a singular development of these information, sailing schedules stateroom reservation or call on

ux\l. 84, 87, It was written. : "AJew ,be frequently saw and spoke to Sir tatter days that discomfort is somehow E. H. HINTON, Traffic Manager WALTER HAWKINS, Pla. Pass. Agt.,

heart also will I give you and I will a new spirit Walter Scott when he called on his believed to be an adjunct of high civi( Of "Any Savannah Ga. Jacksonville Fla. Sao
Kill .1 put within you. pu'MJ fritnd. the doctor
lization. To be comfortable in wide
and to walk
Bplrit within you cause you The old ia fond of relating bow
in My satutea.It Gabriel was sent from lady shoes, low collars, loose gowns and durable -
heaven to cause Daniel to know but here on one occasion Sir Walter appeared colors and materials is allowablein

is. a greater than Gabriel and yet Nloode- greatly amused at an expression of berg periods of relaxation as in summer Florida East Coast

nine does not understand.It and repeated it. It occurred in this way: vacations, but when the work me begins Ry.

This is the third verily verily of Dr. Listen on leaving the house one and the so called "social season*'
in this gospel do we find TIME TABLE NO. 15. IN EFFECT MAY 16 182L
our leoJ OJl. Only day in company with Sir Walter and is inaugural the raiment must be ,
double verily or am n or In truth,
the
the
Sir William Allan painter inquired
and He who uses It la Himself the Truth. the Mrs. girded and tightened. Thus the poor WEEKLY PAPER iOUTB BOUND (Bead Don). NORTH BOUND (BeadUp1, '.'
where cat was. Roper replied
but body
repressed
He know all things and all men even I protesting sternly
e 'N'u l
that it had out of sight again, and
got lI'l
their utmost Imaginings. He said through passes its most strenuous periods in an STATIONS. NolllD.a 1
Daily
Jeremiah: "I, the Lord search the heart; her master, being inclined to blame her armor which not only lessens its efficiency a a

for remissness and remarking that she t1IP IftLTIWp'll ............................Jar1t. uY1ll. ......... .................. TttplOUaI
Jer. its
I try the ruins" ( xvU,10) but positively hastens decay 18.. Ar...........................Si.AuiBitiB............................_y Up .46a
13. There are celestial and terrestrial ought to confine it, his servant replied and dissolution The extraordinary fallacy Slip 10. Ly..s. Angnetlne..r (SOp *40t

things aa well as bodies, but the glory of 'I that the only way she imagined this that iu inscrutable bodily .. ; I0JKpllC. .. .,... ... .B..tlIp..u .......... LT.PalaUa 453p tote
differs greatly from that of the done it in the wash- some way r".r...".":'3.Paljit< .......... ..... ... .LY TIOpTSi
the could be to
one although was put comfort and a stiff and girded conventionality In The 4 top 101st LT....... .... ....... .. ..... ... I ti p 910*
Other (I ,Cor. xv, 40). The kingdom house and wbnmmle a tub on it" Sir are necessary the preservation PI1Ji5PAf., ...._..r:......":.'...501l.leo.. .... .........yAr '190QI --:-
not of this world late beset upon Walter laughed quite heartily at this, f re.. Lv.... ......................SeaMaten..,'.............. ....... ......A! a ISF 115'
$hLi earth and will include the whole of high social and moral standards '11. ,Li.....!...::...-......':...?Aat p.I.IIt.. ....Ly' Yw .
World John xvlll, 86; Dan. vii 87; Hah. and remarked: "Quite right my lassie.Whummle ought to be .sloughed off from our .atp I ...............................Onuon4....::::..:.:.:........:.:.... I..o3 p T Ha
( to the tub on't-whummle the code snip I 11 ................. ... ... Day\ona .......... ............. I rob
U, 14)), but there lea New Jerusalem modern UIIp 1 .............................Port Oraags....................... .. .. Ssl I&2a
eome down out of heaven bom God,in the tub on't"Two Daily work can be far better done 1 Lip lisp .. ........................New Sm.roa........................... 1.IOp S a..
of which the nations of the earth are the is comfortableNot ...... .u .. .............................Oak Hutl ........................ I tip .....
light Pretty America Cot,.., when body perfectly ...... a .. ............................Tlt.lYliI. ............................. let ......
to walt.r London declares the two prettiest a single bard stiff binding feature .... II. .. ........................._.Clt POtAt............................. 12 a.Jp ......
13. What wondrous sayings are here I society attach STATE or FLORIDA. _..:: I ............................... eo...... ............................... 12157p ... .
While He on earth He was In heaven American heiresses to be Mist should to our everyday ooetumaWhy ...... .............................R..kl..I,.............................. .. 1218 .. ..
was and does lIe Waldorf Astor and Miss May Uoele$ cannot men and women be reasonable ...... S Uip ...........................,.tea 0.111.............................. II 11 {3s. ......
Bo came down from heaven, and learn ad .... 426p II .............................14.1bouM\............................. ". 1135. ......
ay that aa man Ha had ascended up So The latter Is probably the handsomer and independent to ..... 'Up ............................. .butu"a............................. 11151.Ot ......
'.i, It we must believe It. But her is between 11,000,000 mire realities instead of artificial follies .....: ..........................._S. Luc,............................... II ai........
1f heaven so and fortune Clark in Woman' ...... ............................'un reI............................ II&loa ......
. f' what about John u 17. "I am not yet and $3.000,000 She is slender, a brunette ?-Kate Upbon ..... .4Wp. .............................., Ed."... ............................. .. III. ......
r Ascended to my Father That was In and 19 old. Her education Home Companion i e i i e i f e e i f i f i i ..... ...............................Ju..U.............................. 90sa.. .....
I resurrection body. year ...... f ........_...................Stuart. ........ ..................... Is.,I......
Ills of has been acquired in France, Germanyand ...... r ............................ ..btltioullll........................... a 1121. .
14. Our Lord Jesus never made light Last she was Women Ballflablera. ..... r .......................... W" Jllp..r......-.................. .. 80i.i., ..:.
or In any way discounted any record In England year presented been ..... s'I. .................. .....awe Pala Reacb. ....................... .. ,its ......
but spoke of thorn as reali in London and at court Her The Madrilenos have finding ...... II .......................... ....LI.\o1l.... ......................,.. 'b ......
the Scriptures, frocks is for some relief for their recent excitement ...... / ........................'or' La1ld.rdal................... ... IUa _.
ties Here He refers' to the incident ot special liking in crisp conducted ..... l0 ...........................1.-1110011':: ................ .......... a tAa...._
Num. xzl 6-0, where the people, dying tulle, which she always wore at dances in a bullfight by women fighters AdvertisingRatA ...... ................... .... ..Wl&mL.... ..... ...... .. L. 5h
bite of fiery Berpenta, were to hut once. and the spectacle baa given qualmsto
from the and dinners season except BETWEEN NEW SMYRNA AND ORANGE CITY JUNCTION
;
which Moses, some of the most ardent devotees of
brazen serpent Duchess of Devon.
for the
look a
upon This was y_.IN. ii, ST4Tt IoN re. .

at God'a command lifted and n any shire's fancy ball when she wore a feminine emancipation. Needless to say TEPIii&'Ly.! ........ ... .......... New hn>Tr ... ....... ...........ArLT 16PIIID,
bkh enough for all to see white satin frock sewed with jewels, there has been a howl of indignation ft Mn ............................ Lake I7.I.B.Or .................. ....... livb., 405p
dying one buhuld the serpent of brass heIln. from all quarters. We can't says The $ sOr 1111&\\ .. ...... ................... .ni. CUT ......................... .u rap. a Np:
..-.-.'.. and in her hair a huge pear shaped em L n___ Uh_ __ _L_ Sheet. tip Ar....,.... .. .. ,-" .n|.OtT JuaetioB. ...... ...... ... '11 aspiGP
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The Israelites bitten were as good erald and pending therefrom a diamond Lady s name quite HUH vtuy. Trwy All iruai bttwMB N.* Smjrn and Ones & Marian Daily! .zc.pt SlIAda;'.
IB. and unmistakably! the sight of a torera,
looked They were quite the largest in the room. Miss As-
they
unless
Is dead woman bullfighter is revolting' bUIlt KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
or
f utterly bejplesa. Nloodeuius was as help- tor is a sweet girl, who resembles her

Lisa to save himself as a bitten Israullte; mother She: presides with grace beyord is hardly new The records of tau-o- Tfc itc imiUvCltr .f K.T W",of Ik; tt rl so are wa When a bitten and s&Withe one what one expects of her years at her 14'1er'j macby in Spain and Portugal yield the Warn for K., Wtrt OB MoQd ji, Ww\1Iead.ay.ant rn looked where ba was; told, he re- table names of many women fighters who became Will be Sent on Ap Till*.making eoDBfctloDf at .'., WM( with itMoura for Havana. L..u. Key West 1 JOtB.
which was causing his eminent We daresay iludard Um.>an Tueadajt Tkoridart ud aalirdara. unna Itiaial *.** mani f
emblanoa of that comparatively to eomsaot wltt north bound train.1s.
suffering and probable death. but it was The tat -.t French F... there are some of our rtaders who _
pole and thus In the place of ..TUB Tablw*now the tunei at which train and boat mj b* ..peeled to arrtrt n4
tAbtoned I to a The turtle fad with which Frenchwomen tune seen the great woman fighter Teresa ( part from ta. ....ra1 stations and porta, but 'helf arrival IIr departure at the tlmM
loath tai itself. made themselves laughingstocks Dolei in her prime a torera of high total U set -uruce.1.. nor dos Cfeiapaaj hold luclt rMpuaublt tor an, dillY or say
14.. In Jesus Christ on the cross for ourwe tauMqoMMa arUmi th.r.from.
1108 the love at God aa It never was last season has given way to a repute. -London Sun plication. for copy of Ioca1 tom oard call al Ol Wise BAJ ktract,JkekwirUlt, .r ilrH
.1/Ja
(.8
4sewbere. We see the falflllmant of less repulsive but a far more cruel caprice F. SSCr TTK,Tram Ua* .r. i. U EAHNIB. 4 9. P. A.
gaup
; ull: ha. file and ev- The craze is to hare song bird,. An Ornamented Wood Box. .. 81 AagaanaaIndian .

Tahoe Scripture ooncerning suffer- particularly canaries chained to the A useful and ornamental gift which -- --J

loge and dloth. Wit are not asked to min.dutetand wrists of their owners, and in order torender the bachelor maid or the bachelor man

It nor to grasp Iw full s\gn11l-\ the poor captives docile they are thIS housewife of many possessions or
but
panes for that would 1sracl1ta be, we Impossible are asked, SO d igged or partially stupefied by cigars the woman with one room would equally River NurseriesBudded

like the bitten and believe Be is for In& oke blown in their faces But this is appreciate is a long wood box with

behold HIm are assured that through Him nf all Wings and feathers are scented carved panels and a broad, handsometop. I Citrus Trees of every variety on Sour Orange, and Lemon Stock; also full

Then have we llf a and can perish. AU with attar of roses, which is very ob- Indeed the box itself, sans carvingor 1 line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to this section including

help1e and turn &0 Him.and jectionable to the little songsters, and panels would be welcome to most Budded Mangoes, SO Varieties of Crotons, 25 Yajitties of

who amply are reoclve Him are born of God It perf imed powder is brushed thickly in any one, but the darker and richer and Palms, Roses, Strawberry Plants, Pineapple Slips Etc. h

from chapter m, 39. that Moodeune skin entailing no little more elaborate it is the more "early I
Sa evident to tbe a process .
roooh'd 111m bold, and the ooret dliU1 discomfort to the victim.; English" or Dutch it hooks Ir,2 JOHN B. BEACH, Proprietor, :- EST ?ABM EACH, fl.A.


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t : ,., : 8 THE fRtetCAt U::, WEst IALM .tilCtt, f L6feIt>A, THUfeSfcAY. JANUARY t, HM. "' .:

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. : : FUN AND FACTS. Boat building done right at home, in "n! RAILROAD WATCHES (w'Q.w 'Q. "' S"' .""

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.' the most approved manner, good,workmanship ,
.''It < '.' and at living prices. Call 'on
,. CLOCKS and JEWELRY ; East Coast Residents.
.. '
"Witty Capt. A; T. Rose. ..
; Sayings Interipened With
I'
LI EVERYTHING UP TO DATE. --
r '; ;- : ; Business Bargains. Willie-Pa, why can't a man have 1 Who visit invited to visitFIoHdasJewe1ryStor
Jacksonville
are
',,", ; ,.. I & Fine Nickle Movement in Screw Bezel Dust-Prool Case-
fw,:.;c;1"."". ..'"",,-} ',"c"..; .-" ._III_ -_ more than one wife if he wants to? ._.if'4 :' sent to any address on receipt of $ .oo.

,''' \;. ,k' Pa-My boy the law undertake ;
: j She (ind5gnanty-Now! husband,
, ',. :'.v- ':'" -#4)Oukno'WIneercangetjna word. to protect those who are, incapable SPECTACLES AND EYEGLASSES.
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Fine Watch and
. 5 :' He-No hut of protecting themselves.-N.. Y.ournal. Jewelry Repairing Promptly Attended to. t
f t get pleQty of them 3
? EAST BAY STREET.
25 tI
.."t .<;.,, out-Detroit Press. J ?P1I1I irni. Chargllpaldollnal. R. J. RILES,

.. ; ":10:.,.; .....,. -. _Errand_ _Boy_ Wanted-At_ _the_Baltimore_ Foa SALE CHEAP.-A new road cart.. S-ii 22S W. Bay. Everett Blotk, JACKSONVILLE, FLA JACKSONVILLE.

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-> ;' Tailor Shop West Palm Beach. never used.- Light,roomy, and just the


.;.1<}.;..:-2-.- ....',. -"Did' papa give his consent to our thing at for THE the roads Sun office.in 'this section. Inquire IMPORTANT CONFERENCE.. WHERE WE WORSHIP iQreenleaf & Crosby Co.

;. marriage, Harold?" asked the fair 'I'

if / girl anxiously. A Laporte, Ind., couple kept their Leading Growers Meet Railroad Men At p <

A Resume of the Work of the Local ...girtbdaj and Wedding .. 3
4'! "No darling," replied the young marriage a secret for eight years. Palm Beach. ; Presents... ; I

What makes the affair remarkable Pastors.
.:. man, ruefully rubbing himself. "Hilt more :)1>e e e e (W"e1>e1>e

+' Whole ole seemed set against It.- is that the young lady was not Tuesday morning witnessed quite aninux'of I J.

1'- deaf and dumb.-Norristown Herald. truck growers in town from the New of All the Religious! Institutions-.

':, : Noggeta. points sontltof town, and it was not long A foretelling- of Future Clurch DEATH OF WILLIAM A. AVERY. FUN AT FISHING.

All kinds of Tailoring, Cleaning and "Smith got off a bright thing the before their'mission had become knob n. Evsnts.Bplssopal I

Pressing at SIRKIN'S BAZAAR. other day." It had been learned that the SouthEastern William A. Avery, a successful contractor 'eq

:.:; 'Ixt me see, how tall .ie.ourbuiJd.. What was it?" Freight Association of the var- Soviets.EPISCOF.U. and electrician, who had lived in The Fishing Frolic Of THE SUN

Ing?" "A lighted cigar i some one had LWf roads that carry the produce out of .CHPBCH-Bcthetda-by-the-Sea. Chicago nearly a quarter of a century, Last Week Friday. .
.. JUlY J. N.MULFORD Rector.RKV. A-
it "Seventeen stories." carelessly droj ped into th* chair he Florida were to meet at the Hotel Royal ; .U PIT.JAMES Hiaoiv. Ain't MlnLter.SerTicc died yesterday at his home, 421 Super. The
paper being ont on time,all
sat on." Detroit Free Press. Poinciana consider and adjust rates i every Sunday: morning at n o'clock. ior street. He was old. Fn
, "Well, we can only insure it op to I Sunday School at 3 p. in.baoraa.wuu 70 years having a :somewhat tired feeling and
"' ) and proportions ot tariff on the schedules I or ST. A'Duw.-Meeta on neral services will be held tomorrow at .
the limili." Fine Butter and Cheese always to be infc anxious for little
:the Second and fourth Wednesday of each a recreation
:L found at Clematis Avenue Supply Store. from all shipping points in the State, I In'utl!. L. ? HISDR Director.W. 2 o'clock, and burial will be at Grace struck the boss to let
'What's them
limit off
the
? and the growers thought it an opportune .I!'. AvumoHO. Ja-. Secretary. Friday

: "The eighth story."-Cleveland "My friend." solemnly remarkedthe time to lay a few facts and arguments before land.Mr.. A very was a victim of grip. Dur- they could go a fishing as this WM

!! Plain Dealer. man in bhtck, "you don't know these gentlemen relative to'their interests M. B. Chasch, South. ijg the epidemic of the winter of 1889- kind of recreetion that they bad

,: More Imported and Florida Bananas how hard it is to lone your wife." in these same products.c.. building Services on will the be VIM held and in Third their new Sundays church ol 90 he suffered a serious attack of the on.The .

., and "Hard?" he eehoed.! dear sir In pursuance of the idea a strong'del .each mouth at II L J1L and ?3P p. m. Evert which boss said that if they got
: Oranges Apples at Clematis Avenue "My ioU;cordially tnvitol to atleud. ". was glad malady, on account of his ,ad un. cases filled and
:: Supply Store. it i is simply imp08 ible." Chicago egation of prominent truckers numbering thru they said uuto me i J'-"n go into the house ced age left him in a weakened condit put everything in
" 0'the Lori' Itsv.J. K. W.IKIR.Farter. by Friday noon they could have the
Times-Herald. some thirty odd well known men en ion. This necessitated a trip to the south ,
Jack-I'm in an awful dilemma.
\ of the to
themselves.
day
So all
gaged in this industry of so much mater. winter since then avoid the
to
IS. Cbareb.tier. every severe -
Dick-Engaged to two girL I sup- i Rambler Wheel can't be beat. The ial in'terest'to, Dade and Congregational and the devil pitched in. and by the
got together weather of
S. D. PAWB Tartar.Services Chicago. So much better -
c_ pose. Bicycle Hospital is its agent. set the office was in the
required :
arranged to ak audience of those at 11 l 7:00
all a. in. an p. m. Sunday was his health this season, however,
JackNo; to one.-Harlem,Life. 'bllollU1d Pastor'b Bible n->a at 'TO a. m. ]: lion, everybody was supplied with
{ She What beautiful whom they had reason to believe could decided
a name you hri-Han Endeavor at 6.30; p. m. Prayer that he to brave the climate and

r- Adams' City Market is gettiug new have, Mr. Montrose. assist them in securing reasonable consideration Meeting' Wediwsd-y at 7 p m. keep on with his work. During the bad tickets necessary and lines, hooks, lunch and

customers every day. Try it. He-You like it, my lady? Take it. from the officials having finaljurisdiction. weather of last week he contracted a the procession started
St. Ann'. Catholic Cho5th. headed for
b- To this end they selectedP cold which terminated in death. I the pier to give the
: Detroit Free Press. i
Mitts Withers
(suddenly wakening) Beginning with Sunday. January 8th. therewill over there
an object lesson in the
::: H. Loud, of Miami, as their spokes be Holy HIM and Sermon every Sunday Mr. Avery was a familiar character ofthe
0-o-o-hl! D-o-o y-o-u want to take Remember thai we have almost anything I kt 10 o'e'oek &. .. Sunday School at 8 p. m. ;tific manner catching fiab.BH .
want at SIRKIN'S BAZAAR. man and Major- N. 8. Bovnton- as chair i and Venper nerrteo M 1:80 p. m. North Side. Ever dace be came to u...__ .L._ L'. .. .. _
;. my money you man of the delegation. On weak days Meal will be at T ... to.VvcoliM Chicago, nearly twenty-five : w uc CJ' tnc OUMr snore a
; The Burglar Yes, and if mat I t S S years ago Lake the processloa formed wttb
ye Arriving at West Palm Beach a committee with the exception of one year.be had ,
der least sound I'll take ties be 3.. !*o. 40, U4y compositor as chaperon with
yet PELICAN ISLAND YACHT CLUB. was at once sent over to the Royal tfcijbi* ot Pytblas lived in the twenty-fourth ward anJ la'.: a
:- Miss Witheraat the top of her; Poinciana where the railroad I '.pole In the lead,the devil with the
--- men We ti net? Friday Night t8ao o'clock standard the immediate vicinity of where he died.
voio-Murder! Police! Poliettt! P-o- i were in session, and through this committee tint. VWtiDK bn. hen -ordlally tarite'4. He was born in Hudson, N. V., and basket bringing up the rear and the
The Official Report Of The Fourth Raceof I i CuUe hail over Public School Building. of the hand
H-<* !-Stray Stories. the entire delegation were grantedan i W.V.AlIlQTaOJlQJa.c.c. after graduating fron the schools of that fluctuating between the
This Enterprisipg Club. audience Girv I. HETCtav,K. of K. &; 6. a-4-97 with the job man and the "ad"
at eleven o'clock in the Casino I town he went to New York and for a
:Expert Stenographer (own machine), sprinting to catch with the
up
of the Poindana. r
experienced Bookkeeper,Teacher Chap The boats of the Pelican Island Yacht Royal time held a position as compositor oa the the procetsIoB.
t' reon. Miss E. X. Quinn, Palm Beach. Chairman S. P. Parrott, of Atlanta, New York Herald. This vocation did
Club sailed their fourth clab race on last Under escort of the hotel
presiding, Introduced Mr. Loud to the CALEB HALEY & GO. not satisfy Mr. Avery, and be left bin police
.r
: Teacher Tommy, Into how many, Saturday afternoon,the weather was fine managed to reach the beach ia
Association and the latter gentleman: at to and elec-
{ 'dsl8N is the human race divided? and a heavy southeast wind blew before Wholesale Conalatioa Dealers la position study contracting althoagbshotatbythecsmeruo(
launched the the
once subject near to
Tommy-Hve. the race, the yachts flew around tryingto heart of every producer and shipper ALL KINDS OF FISH.Special tricity.After becoming proficient in this line era! tourists and furnishing *

f Teacher-What settle whether full sail could be car. to others, of whom fell in
are they? The gist of his presentation and arguaient of work Mr. Avery came to Chicago. many
ried. The water was very rough, making Attention given to the sale of procession Md accompanied it to
Tommy-Enlightened, civilized was in substance as follows: him from
Here success greeted the start,
Southern Fish.
SPANISH MACKEREL
it impossible for the third class ,
to ocean shore to take in the of the
half civilized, savage and Spaniards. fly more than doubled reefed sails. The"Siren" That of the 2500 acres of truck plantedout POMPANO. BLUE FISH, TROUT, SHEEP and this business was his life work. Mr. rest

-ChiCago News. this year between West Palm Beach HEAD, RED SNAPPER, SHAD, etc. Avery had been a member of the Fourth ceediugs.
: put in one reef, but the "Dru- On arrival the first thing to do
and Miami that 1600 acres were owned Presbyterian Church ever since he came
E. F. Haines has armed and will be cie" and "Idler" concluded to try it full and represented the CONSIGNMENTS: SOLICITED, catch the delusive sand flea for bait
t- saiL by delegates present to this city. He was a member of Hud
found at Weybrecht's Machine Shop, that the this PROMPT RETURNS. at this all of them but the lady :
and will do all kinds of repairing-Guns. Time was as follows: ; crop year would, ap- son Lodge, Freemasons.A .
\. 14 Mil Fish Market HEW TORE. itor were more successful in way."F
., getting
,- t" f, Pistols, Bicycles Locks and any kind FUST CLASS CATBOATi.start. proxamate 500,000 packages with a mm widow and five sons survive Mr. Av

. of iron work. Chair wheels for sale. Ftn !lb. Time. imum average of 60 to 70 cents freightper ery. All live in Chicago. Harry C. Avery clothes thoroughly drenched by
" : II- -tf. Drucie.22840 3-U7-03 0-58-23 caught by the waves than in )
3 package! meaning an outlay of the eldest son, is well known on the

i. f '- She-What profession do 'you follow Idler Cipt__E.,_C.2-Clow.28-40 3-25-38 -56-51 freight aggregating between$300,000 and HOTEL ARRIVALS.- Board of Trade. He is connected with ring fleas, but they finally succeeded ia
to
enough start with.
? Capt A. Jud,o. $.too.oro: that .reasonable treatment by As Shown This Week By The Registers the firm of Couuselman & Day. FrankC. fishing

r He The medical Siren___ 2-28-14 3-27-14 0-59-16 the transportation lines would mean the :i- *!*., Avery, also, is on the Board of Trade, the pier they went, threw out their
profession. Of Our Leading UoSEMINOLE .
and in came a fish the
Capt. Bid. Wad oek. cultivation of the entire 15000 acres, of ,. with the firm of Day & Co. Samuel P. lady :
., She -Ah! then vou're a doctor? being the lucky one to make the
THIRD CLASH. available truck land lying in Dade County Avery is traffic of the National .
manager
HOTEL.W
He-Oh, no; I'm an undertaker!1I Nancy.__...2-23-05 8-15-46: 0-56 41 south of West Palm &ach. haul.
; J Nesbitt, Eau Gallie. E W Peabody Linseed Oil Company. William A. Av
Capt. Guy Clow.
New York World. this time the
By male members of
I Freak_2-O4-13 8-08-33 0-52-41 Mr. Loud, in a clear forcible and Times-Union and Citizen, Jackson- ery. Jr., succeeds his fatner in the electric -

Our 19.00 Suits are beauties. See Capt.C.W. Bingham. effective manner showed that the grower ville. J Fisher. Eden, Fla. W W business, and Fred Avery, the party bad dried off a little and :

t them. SIRKIN'S BAZAAR. Two Four..2-23-07 8-22-45 0-59-38 takes all chances of drought freeze is civil recently vote more attention to their fisbteg
Blackmer, Delray, Fla. ..Geo. H Wilkinson youngest !iOn, engineer, -
Caiit. J. W. Comstock. and failure of and to enable the their clothes, and they whipped the
: crops ez New Fla. graduated from Cornell Unive ity.-
"Shall 1 order dinner for ?" Smyrna, Henry Spatz,
.; asked the sheriff you Thus the "Idler" wins again in the tension of the industry the growers must New York. N. Y. Jas. E Chambers, Chicago Evening Post. all around the pier with their lines
of the
deputy Jury first class, and the "Freak" in ihe third have the co-operation of the transportation Delray. Fla. C W Smidr St. Augustine, ing to induce some of the finny

while the twelfth man was holding there were no entries in the second class. lines. Solid car rates and facilities Fla Tom West Fla. The death of Wm. A. Avery will bring catch on, but only succeeded in &
Key
Chy Jno.
I. out against the eleven. "Ten," replied There will be a scrub race under the for rapid and safe carriage and handling Frohock. Miami, Fla. Jas. Murth. At- sadness to many here on the Lake who bait while the lady compositor

[ one of the "make it of the met the gentleman during one or more catching fish.Finally .
eleven auspices of the club on Saturday January shipments was urged as a neces- lanta, Ga. J R Felch, New York, N. Y.

cloven dinners and a bale of hayt"Ex. 2ist, in which the boats entered will sity to enable growers to realize any W H Follett, Moaenci, Mich. H R of his sojourns here. The first time he a shark was seen

be drawn for by the different sailors. It reasonable returns.Afrtontinn Fischer Hobe Sound Fla. A W Nelson came was some five or six years ago along past the bead of the pier, and
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----- -i". I..A-t-----4Vint ATAWT."'1 i'"" -.mill..... \\a.... _R.1i_. w" "3somebody ......-.. .. "-" r_a 11.. w 'n.v t1" t'. ..a1.- -. -tiooe- -bound-. -ria. j- uoiastein- -lty-- son.. nl-- t1-. v nM_ -4d.__.__.. t'._._.i_. fl.... ..
Buy Parke's Roast Coffees and
Dry
Teas at Clematis Avenue Supply Store. who is not use to her. charge on 50 lbs as crate weight when 0 Kerr, Cincinnati, Ohio. Wm. Burst, Samuel P. and they spent the entire winter large baited hook which the

-. S S- the actual weight is but 40 Ibs., an enor- A N Buie, F. E. C. Jno, Van Wormer, here living for a good part of the once attempted to swallow to the

He-Miss Roseleafs complexion is LECTURE BY,DR. S. D. PAINE. imus: item on the aggregate weight of a Cozsuckie, Leonard Rue. Coxsnckie: time on their boat. cation of the spectators and tn the

yery delicate. man's crop. No complaint or fault find- V Thompson, Jacksonville, Fla. Mrs. His health was so benefitted by his ting of himself most effectually

She ,1 I without. the least touch of Tuesday evening, Jany. 24th Rev. S. ing was indulged in by Mr. Loud. He Spatz, N- Y. A J Mitchell, Owensboro, stay here that he thought: he would not As the shark was a large one the

'""' malice, of cour e-"Very.) I've D. Paine will give a lecture in the Con confined his statement to a clear, business Ky. Mrs. Mitchell and child. Owens- have to return again, but two years ago erman was unable to handle him

gregational Church in this city of whichhe like presentation of facts and fig last fall he bad another attack of the so he called for and the male
4 known a single application of boro. Ky. Mrs. Taylor, Owensboro, Kl : help ,
soap
is the pastor, describing his travels to ures, and argued the question as a plain I grip which brought on the asthma so that bers of THE SUN force and
t ri and water to ruin it. -Fruitman's Cornelia Luce, Owensboro Ky. Miss.II .
!. i-.: Guide. and what he saw atjsome of the famous business proposition, submitted to busi- Tyler. Owensbora, Ky. Miss H Ar- winter he again came here stopping this ] enough to make ten in aU seized .

places in great Britian and on the conti- ness men by men who only asked a fair time at Mrs. Charles Moores up near I the and while
rope began pulling
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mindt, Owensboro, Ky. Mr. L Gray,
: nent of Europe during his recent tour in business consideration of their interests. Lake Worth. of the tourists did
: All kinds of Shoes for everybody. Thee I Cloverport, Ky. Mrs. Wm. Vest Clover- some target
".. best at SIRKIN'S BAZAAR. those count ries. It was demonstrated that the 250 per. He remained here until late the next with their pistols using the shark for
M. Gardnier, Miami Fla.
r In his lecture he will give descriptionsof cent of increase in acreage this year over port, Ky. spnng when. his cough having entirely target, and succeeded in putting
devoted whole Hudson Burr Jr.. Little River, Fla. W.
"Squillinper a 80ul- such!places as Edin borou h. Old Chester that of last season was an indication o f left him, his general health being good ounces of lead in his carcass but
Little River Fla. Thos. ,
C
Sayers J
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ed, broad minded American? 1 have (the only walled city in England ina what business the transportation lines and his weight having materially increased in a vital spot.
: RiverFIa.
"t seen him several times, and the only. good state of preservation), Kenilworth could expect if they would operate a Peters, Little he left for his home in Cnicago Ths shark tired
finally was ont
t : impression he ever conveyed to my Castle, Coventry, Warwick and its grandold policy of co-operation that would afford THE PALMS. about the latter part of May goingby then the attempt was made to raise

: mind that of castle the ancestral the show for his. investment the of New Orleans and the Miss-
- ;. : was a man suffering Banbury, homeof grower some labor, W H Mook, Savannah, B M Brining- way up bodily from the water up onto the
from the Washingtons at Sulgrave, Oxfotd and expenditure. After answering issippi River.
agonies indigestion.
ham, Chicago, J E Berg, Jacksonville, I Ias. and here came in the catastrophe of

l' "Well, I'd like to know if there'sany with its twenty-two grand colleges, some questions propounded by ) J Weldon and wife. Pittsburg, Pa. :. The severe weather the next fall again day, for as his body was slowly

Wellingborough, Northampton and Lon members of the Association, and emphasizing Minnie brought on an attack of his old troubleso
N Y.
t Deez
thing more gloriously American Louis P Syracuse, up and everybody was pulling their
don, including the burial places of the some facts and figures previously! i he at once came down here, his wife
Neal DeLand Fla. W D
E Smydanl
i than indigestion. Chicago Tribune est the rope broke and over
went
Wesleys and Bunyau Westminster Ab presented:: tbe delegation withdrew. accompanying him this time and be remained -
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and wife, New York City, Mrs. F J hands who had hold of the
Wanted to Rent-A Singer Sewing bey. the Tower, etc. It is certainly to be hoped that the Modelo W Farell Jacksonville till about the first of last Juse rope
West J ,
Machine. Address indiscriminate mass of fisherman
stating terms, The The ofthe lecture will need when he left for home but the disease ,
proceeds go to the transportation men the demand again -
Baltimore Tailors, West Palm Beach. Jas F Smith, E L Siniih Wilmington, ters and tourists to the intense
Aid Society of the Congregational for consideration so ably and so fairly had become so firmly seated and
I N. C. H: B Garnett,J S LeFils,Jackson ment of the onlookers of whom there
Her Mother-I am so surprised at Church to be used for church improvement expressed by the growers through their had so weakened his system that he had
ville, H V Arnold, St Augutlue. C OLivingstonJacksonville quite a crowd.
Charles squandering so much moneyon purposes. spokesman at that important meeting. cot derived as much benefit from his stay

a phonograph. The talking will begin at 7-30 p. m. Among the prominent truck shippyer Mrs Dr. E G here as he had on former occasions but As soon as he found he was free
Corbett Atlanta. B F Wilson. Ala. A '
The Wife- I am not. He always Admission for the children connected present at the meeting were the Messrs. he expected to be able to come down shark went on his way rejoicing, bis \.
E Westervalt, New York City, W UBrrunon.
did like to hear himself talk.-liar. with the Sunday School will be free-all P.il.: Loud and C. G Phillips. of Miami; Colombia G*. Grant Fenno, again this winter to stay as long or long- being rapidly and directly away

others fifteen cents. Graham W. King and R. E. McDon.ild. er than ever before but by the above notice that pier and the bystanders
l>*m Life. Linton. Fla. S J Warner, P II Loud Jr.
. of Pnlford; Hugh Ixuimcr and Hudson it will be seen that death has stepped disentangle the proaiKvousmsMof

Will call to Manicure Shampoo and Burr, of Little River; W, C. bears and Miami S J Peter Little River, Fla. in and brought all expectation to: ...ltyth&tftllitt'11Ulfq ea the pier
Electric I. 0 0. F. C Wood, Wuhingtoo. D C. H C
treatments. Miss 1 :
eve Quinn, ... J. W. Ives, of Ojus; J. G. Penno, J. VT naught.Mr. II I siuaged tt -{*TkU the printers .
Palm Beaelt.He
Morris Pla. Hudson Burr
De.wM, Jr., I
French K. W t'. exxaaoo people with whom
On Monday eveniig i6th Rowan F. L. Tenbrookand Avery was friend sod SCqmlBl-I they d
January at
Lattimtr. Little River. Fla. C W
Hugh
1 -I sea that in. making Champagne P. Pedersen of ]Ji- Involuntarily been
a regular meeting of Lake Worth LodgeNo. Delray; M j N. S. R E MacDonald Pnlford, Fla. ance of long standing of G o. S. RowUy obliged to i

the grapes are squeezed six 43 I. O. O. F., the following cfS ers Boynton, C. E. Chase, W. H Cox and C King Phillips., C R Graham, Miami. J WIns and wife, now old settlers here but who I ate on terms of equal no footing and J

times or more. were elected and installed in their respective A. H. Pence, of Boynton; Capt. J. C. W C Sawn Ojus, Fla. N S Boynton formerly lived in Hudson, N. Y. where ; force then and tbere decided that 3
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She-Isn't that nice. -Yonkerngta offices by the Deputy Grand Richards, of Boca Ratone, and John W H Coa, A H Pence., C B Chase, they first knew Mr. Avery and again renewed fished and fallen enough for one ;

teaman.No Master M. Sirkin: Brown, of Hopolaxo. Boynton Fla. H R Fitter. Louis P their acquaintance at a later day noon, so they gathered np the

Noble Graud, L. W. BurkhardLVice ..s, when all of them resi&sjts of Chi cluding the four kiada of fish that ,
Deere Jacksonville. R C Stuart and
need sending away (from home for lad
Grand, E. A. Graham. At the regular meeting of the Lake cago.' compositor had been 1
any boats when Capt. A. T. Rose can family Tampa. J F Curtis, Ocala. Lynn Mr. whenever '
Avery here from
fre- coax their
build you one as fine or as cheap as you Secretary, G. L. Branning. Worth Literary and Social Club on Boyd and wife. Chicago. Chaa Lorned, was a ocean home, and ;>
want. See him. and place order. quent and welcome visitor at this office hungry, braised, but happy hit .
your Treasurer, M. Sirkin. Thursday, January 12th, so many members Boston. AV Taylor Salem, O. J L they
and we join with his bound
friendsin grit for home
many with
He-Thin record Lake Worth Lodge enters upon the. were uuavoidably absent that the Jacobson. Jacksonville. the -
says you were
extending to his bereaved the lead this
sympathy time his
with whistle
new year exceptionally bright pros- meeting was adjourned till January 19th.
born in 1860.
.. 'S.- wife and sons. lieu of the baud
which
pects, with two candidates for initiation, I unlortlU1

She-That is correct. How old and able, efficient and energetic officers, Col. Kaintuck-I want hip pockets "Have you ever noticed that most -5. had not been spoken for in time to

would you say law? who by sheer force of character areboundto i in those trnunere.Tail all ball players chew gum?" A splendid violin, fifteen years in use, its presence for the occualon.t .

"Oh, about 30." speed Lake Worth Lodge well on to- ->r-Yes, !nir. Large or small? "Yes, except when they chew the in first-class condition, can be bought And now they all want to go agrfa

"You horrid. thing! I'm jiot 25 ward becoming the banner lodge of the. Col. KamtU'-krH.ilf; pint siz>.-N. rae:with th} um ire."Philadelphia for $25.oo. Instrument guaranteed. say they are willing to risk another

1etl"-Yonke! .Stau-.wa i j order in this State. I Y. Advertiser. North American. Address "Violin," care TROPICAl. Son ble-it is seldom they take one any


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