<%BANNER%>

NEH SLAF UFSPEC UFPKY LSTA



The Tropical sun
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075915/00550
 Material Information
Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: February 9, 1899
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
lccn - sn 83025639
System ID: UF00075915:00550
 Related Items
Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

Full Text
-,. ...' < '<". ..,.- -.. .'- -_..... ,.'.'' .n- ._,,........ :"r. ,..>::;:. :'" .- ;'. .' "."_,.

'. ..<. > ., Po -" ".,- -'. '. .,-' <-. -& ." < :.,A -II.! '-. > '_ .ie"' .. <, ." .!." -.. ,,..?,, :<;. ; .. r-. :', : '


'f. .
a : <'

.. > a. .
.. .
4
;' .' .

,. ,'. r.
"- < '- : :' i .. .. : ..

...-. ", ..
-8't < '' '__ >.I _;;.11'. .--.- .
.

...:.- <) r\ ."
.. ,.. .
:;- .. ; : ': -. .
1I
.- .- -
:
I ..J!. ; "

'.- '....
:f;. ',;. '

.: .:, : ...... i: I .

.T :'.
: ;
.: -. :
: ..
L .. ,. }..'...''<.'j.' : %% it' ._

/l' --. ,
'fI
-
,' .. -..

.
-

L : -- : ,. ldtk' -. .;.-- t tlar :


-- s--- -- \ :
: I TwAIlk :


JF__ i
.
.
.'. ---L- : \ A : ,




.1:4 / : : : & Hr


.r .
-
,'M. ,.--:- 1 NTURY b/ j =- Iv.oov.hrr ,lwazaas iwvkaa.N., '.,,tvalejs a'r'b ,, awrBM. ,. .n,.... XIX CUiTURY. r

,
.. .. -- /

... .
.. '

: [r"r..r4N'Naift/' :: : ilurieAaB. :..M.r .i J:S7.1c >.J WEST PALM BEACH, BADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY FEBfRTARY 9, 1899. TOUJIE ZH 10. 51


--. .. -
,
'.. PURELY even in Huntsville aud clerking in male scholars were noticeable byheir
PERSONAL. LIVELY LOCAL LINKS. THe COUHTY'TIDINGS I AND THERE.
.. West Palm Beach. :'f: i ience and the supervisor \as there HERE
.
.' ; _.. ... .
.r' -- -- ..
e Only a short time at the beginning of the .
Raulerson who has been
Milledge assisting '
People cs They Come and Oo-People E. Whidden Jupiter, arrived in What the Sun's Men Heard la The A Budget ef latretlag Kens From planting but, nothing daunted, the girls Scraps of New About Thi a4 That y

You May or May Not Know. I town the first of the week and will prob- Lively Local Whirligig. Regular Correspondents. and their teacher went to work with a andDUfercBtTUacs.Nawiy .

.. will and though a little awkward with
--,1' ably locate here ..
\ ... .. --H.-- '---
the tools a" few
managed to pi at quite
A Melange of Personal Items-Visitors In Pat. Lennon, the biggest tomato A Mirror' .f. Minor Happening. Accidents Very CireMIy Co. ltai IN Cotfiied to ttttVtkfc Motti and !*... .* law-t &e '
grower trees and shrubs which, if they live will
d the 1I\J.: and CItizens Visiting .up at Lake Worth was,, in town last Coming Events and a U .f Nut Ulerttt to tbe add 'such to the looks of the'school Everybody in Ctntral aaiIn handy -

k Out of the City. friends Galaxy of Current Gossip. CltUtas oil Dade Couty PartleuUr
Thursday visiting lIe says his t grounds and also be m reminder to the

--4.-. main cropwill not be ready to ship for -.- 55' .1'
r gitls in coming years;of their labors on it

Hrs,-Will Whidden spent yesterday four or five weekii!".,et. 'Tommy Conniff is improving the looksof ,, DEim DOING Arbor Day, 1899. J. N. BraatJey W a DeW packing

Jupiter visiting friends in that section I Mrs. C. A. Woodruff- and her lwo'ebil- the Bank building by covering it witha I IMrs. house and storeroom'put .p far him

but is home again now. I dren of Jiino, went to Miami last week fresh coat of paint.G .'t. G. Lyman and son Lisle spent 1 LITHE RIYEK RIPPLES.! down at Ft Lauderdale.

_
Squire Geo. Worley came up from being calfed there by the illness of her .G. Strohm's Grocery is being improved Tuesday at Lantana The drawbridge is being palatedby a

Miami Monday morning and went to mother. She Monday to in Mrs. S. Linton at
up retyped Juno greatly appearance by being repainted S. spent Tuesday
Hudson Burr Jr., is having a fence force of F. E C. Ry. painters, which U r
Juno on legal business Monday being hut reported her mother as not yet out H. W. Palmer being the successful The Boynton hotelA ,',
put around his kit not hurting its tom ,
rule day and legal sales day at the Coun- of danger. wielder of the brush. car of horses and milch cows are to the least appearance any ;
ty seat. ',- Tom Whidby arrived last week to
The Ladies Aid of the be sale here
.- Mrs. Emma Beatty, of Columbus Ind.. Society .Congre oa today. spend the season with his brother, W.T.
.
A. W. Garnett, of I'IlOluxo, member arrived the latter part of last week and is gational Church met to sew, at Mrs;' KJ- -Maj.) Boyntoa, of Boynton, was here Whidby.Dr. The steamer Eclipse gave a free excursion

of the School Board from this district, a guest of the Royal Poinciana. Mrs. E. Grubers, on Wednesday afternoon oft busli Wednesday. last week for tourists and head

wu in town Tuesday to attend the meet- Beatty is a sister of Mrs. Geo. W. Idner and enjoyed themselves as they always S. W.kHubbard conducted the meetingat DuPius and bride are pleasantly> aud took quite a large party around the
located in Plummer Lemon
do. the Cottage near -
tag'of the Board for the first tifaie sir cc and spends more or less of every winterin the scbool-house Sunday evening. City.P. Lake to see the-sight-

his election, Dr. D. A. Thomason the dentist of of
this section. John Brown> HypolujoU probably
C. W. Schmidt the is asupplying
caterer, serving H. Loud of Miami Is having a
,
West Palm Beach is billed for this place Jr. the big East Side Hotel with
D -. W S. Graham was one of our tran Geo. Thompson and Miss Rogers, ice cream at his restaurant regularly now, large packing house built here for the

dents from Miami Monday as he passed prominent society people of Philadelphia but changing the flavor of it every day. today. benefit of the truckers. more vegetable now than all CNf other

through this town on that day -on his are guests of C. I. Cragin and wife He makes a specialty of furnishing ice Mail o/ late has been so large that the In the last three days there has been local trackers combined.

way to and from Juno which place he U*Re\e d' Kte. being a part of the house cream for parties.N. postmaster has needed the assistance of about three hundred crates of tomatoes There are many more tourists la this

vUted ins- legal capacity. party who are to spend the season at C. Monck has chartered Capt. U Peter the mule. and beans shipped from here. section now than there WM last year at

f this hospitable mansion. D. Hendrickson's launch Bishop Gray of the Episcopal Church thU time and more of them seen to be
County School Superintendent Z. T Ursula and add- The first service were held at the new
Meiritt B. F. Dillon, of ed it to the ferry fleet was in town last Saturday, snd made several anxious to go around to see the sights,
and Dr.;J. W. Jackson, chairman Jacksonville, superintendent now making three Episcopal church Sunday evening by
calls. On returning from the south fish aad otherwise themselves.
i of the School Board were both up from of the Western Union and Inter. launches running regularly been tku the Rt Rev. Wm. Crane Gray. D. D. enjoy

.the Bay Bisca}ne Country Tuesday in attendau'ce national Ocean Telegraph- Co's was a vis city and the East Side. .vices he' will here.stop- and conduct religious- ser- Mrs. Geo. W. Sears and her daughter Judge. W. R. Day, ex.pesa conunua.

on the meeting of the Board. itor to this section the latter part of last Josie returned home Thursday, after a loner and Capt. J. B. Dow a guest aver
Tuesday Idner & Son received and .
week. Even villians know put Rev. J. R. Walker of West Palm
Jackson at the Ian, took a trip ap to the Intel
few weeks' visit in Palm Beach.
West
: W. Powers and.\ C. W. Mitchell are in place in their store one of the
r where to come for rest and tecuperation.le largestand Beach, preached here at the school house I last week Thursday and ddeatly took
two young men who spend their summers best; fire and burglar proof safes that Wednesday evening.to_ a large congregation Rev. Figner, the new,Methodist min-
!
ttu fishiaoatof the
at Sartoga Springs, N. Y. and their :; pent people who were at Green' eveVc meto tnuTownTilieir\ badness rS: ,and we hope be win be able tdaandiet isttr?; will preach at the M,E.Chuck ia some mach to-their cuJoj8a enL damp.. enroute,

winters here. They are now over at the Lawn Cottage last week were 'A. K quirements demanding it. services here frequently in the future Lemon City next Sunday, morning and

Royal Poincianajfor the season tut visit I. Lodge and wife of McComb, Ill., and t. Marion Cross has purchased- #the Sewafl as it will be appreciated. evening. E. G. Peadletoa is having a cement
'
town;occasionally. Richmond and .'ifeot Springfield. walk put, down over at his East Side
lot on Olive Street and will build! a nice e. Hubert, the six-year old child ol Mrs.
Mass., They were all delighted with place, running from'the wharf oa the
superintendent home. He has G. B. Stephens, met with a very painful
also purchased Globe
a
E. B. King, of the I their visit
here and will return'at the I M1IGOSU MUTTEKISCS. Lake back toward the octfJi and may
0. T. Co. from Jupiter,was in town Tuesday first opportunity.C. gas engine and Capt A. T. Rose isbuild. accident Tuesday, by having an arrow ran it the entire distance across befort
shot into his The of the
inK] a launch for him. Thus the march eye. sight eye
to attend the of the School :
Board of which meeting from II. Miller,having been nursed back of town progress is onward and upward.J. W. R. Moses was up this way Wednesday is entirely gone. finishing. H.. Sanders ia doing ,the
he is the member work.
to good health again by his mother, left looking after the Flagler and other --- .---- ________
his district and in the meetings of which N, Woodruff of wbois
Salem Ohio properties of which be has charge. .
Tuesday morning for Miami where he ism
he takes great interest of BOYNTON BREEZES. The East Side School celebrated Ar-
hopes of being able to attend to his a guest the Palms went, down to .Prof. Nash is still taking good'care of .. bor with suitable ceremonies and

Geo. F. Miles, manager of the East business now for some time without h. v the fresh, water lake back or'J.. N. Parkef's : his encumber patch but says he has none We are all here top of the heap and tree Day planting but U so report was seat
homestead .
Coast Canal Company, paid! this sectiona ing to run up home here for his health. last Friday after alliga.tors quite big enough for market yet the weather could not be better for in to.us we cannot give the fall program
visit the latter part of last week to see aud was so successful that he
after affairs connected with his Company Maj.' A. J. Kirkwood and Capt. FrankW. brought a niae-foot one up with him to Willie Gale has disposed of all his pigs vegetables.Chas. or any of the principal particulars, the

and its offshoot the Indian River and Hall inter residents up at Lake : show to his friends and have stuffed afterwards big and little to Will Whidden. the I W. Pierce is busy both at his only information having been givea'us

Worth, were visitors in town Tuesday on to take home with him. He town butcher and uo more squeals are store and in his tomato patch, and is was that the exercises were held, some
Bay Biscayne Navigation Co.;the latter
.business including the shipping of a barre this the but heard on the point going to make money out of both. I tree planting done and a fine time bad
company being anxious to get its boats says was largest one he got
running as soon as possible. ) of oranges by the former to his fam there were otLers. II. Hanong and family including Mrs. The grounds around the big hotel are by all who participated.The .

ily in Chicago, tne oranges coming from Jas. Sutton and child, who spent the looking much better than thev did in the I. R. & B B Co.'* steamer CelIa .
John McCandless, of Elizabeth N. J. his own place. An 'Epworth: League ocial will beheld over Side moved
summer on the East early part of the '!season and farther improvements managed to get through the canal "
and Henry H. Daboll of Memphis N at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo ad'I
Will back to this side last week and are now are being made on them arrived at the railroad dock last I
Oetzel's
J. genial
Y. arrived ,at the Seminole Monday countenance S. Adams on next Tuesday evening!( again___ living____ in._ their.___ own_ n home._____, every week.. evening.. They report the steamer Den
night and left yesterday for Miami. Before I beams from behind the desk at the Valentine's evening) which all mem-
Hotel Hibiscus. Mr. Oetzel came here The F. E. C. Ry. Co. set in a car on Between store, postoffice and planta- ny and dredge Chester Slip at work westof
both call bers of the League invited
going gentlemen paid us a are cordially
from Battery Park Hotel Asheville, N. the Lake Worth Fruit Co, siding last tion work, W. H. Cox finds but little Juno and that the prospects now are
Mr. McCandless being an old and valued to attend, and bring your Valentines, as
subscriber to the SUN. He says his C., and last year was with Mr. Howe at the distribution of them ia a pleasing week to be loaded with the old railroadties idle time, but as there is money in all that the big steamers of the company

the Magnolia, St. Augustine. lIe is a for John Mullikin who uses them for of them we don't hear him complainingvery will be able to begin their regular trips
would will be 'feature of
family sooner miss their Monday manner one the inter. : !
first class all-round hotel and fuel in his engine at the electric light loudly. by Saturday.
dinner than miss the arrival of THE SUNon man a esting program which has been arranged.All .

that day. Mr. Daboll is \ting'this favorite with the traveling public. members of the League are expected' works in town. There are lots more old Some few shipments of vegetables, THE SON has arranged to have a col '
ties left.
section for the first time under the chaperonage to be present mostly tomatoes,-have been sent from omit of matter each week treating oa
W. II. McFarland is here with hisyacht''Awixa" Maj. A. Kirkwood has not start- here and from will increase
of J. yet now oa they ,
Mr. McCandless who hts At the Epworth League topic for the cur-
haviLg her over-hauled the West Side Union Congregational ed camping over at his East Side place, but the bulk of the clop will not be
been a regular winter visitor for many rent week. This is a feature that we believe -
tt Capt. Ro e's boat yards. Mr. Mc Church, of which Rev. S. D. Paine is bat is a guest at the Riviera Hotel but he ready for the market for four to six
will be
jtars. and in weekor
Farland is well known throughout the the pastor, there will be services at II a. goes over to his place every day too look I weeks yet.EJwyn two later we appreciated will have, arranged a for a

Capt J. R. Anthony who has been country as the manager of the famous m. and 7 p. m. Sunday. The morning after it and gather 'Oanu-.nd" other Moses is putting in good work column on the weekly Christian Endeavor -

spending a few week up at his Hardee- Forepaugh & Sells circus. The show subject will be "Christ's Lamentation on crops, the most of which ht\ 'ps to his here in the vegetable line and if his topics. The Sunday School lesson
season does not until loth at Jerusalem Lessons to our Nation-and
ville and Geor open April and friends in
arrived family Chica&
>nana orange groves crop is half as big as his labors deserve column has already served a desirableand
Madison Garden New York the evening subject will be "The valueof
home last Saturday and his Square City.
reports Monday a brother of Dan nbss while and bring anything like an average appreciated one.
Until then Mr. McFarland will a good nome-A sermon to
troves as looking finer than sirce before enjoy young sailing one of Ricou's boats up in this price, he will be a millionaire before he
the freeze and that he in lots ol hard himself as usual, fishing and cruising in men.-The time for Sabbath School is at The Ladies Guild of the East Side
put part of the Lake, upset just out from Jas.McFarlane's know it and io spite of himself.
work in in this region. io a. m. and for Christian Endeavor at Episcopal Church of Bet a-b.tJae-Se.
them di
getting proper con East Side residence- Mr. crowdof
Maj. N. S. Boynton has a happy
6:25 p. m. A Prayer meeting will beheld had a interesting last
very meeting
tioo what work he did "
though was o I his
McFarlane saw him and went to rescue different
the hotel and finds !
over at
Rev.'S. D. Paine and wife were tendered guests
next Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.-All Thursday afternoon at the rectory witha
great benefit to himself as well as to the bringing him ashore none the worse
excursion and invited. : ways to amuse them without.
an to Juno return cordially very large atteudcuce. Bishop W.
and the looks bear out
groves Captain's his The
for
mishap except a wetting. of the
racket
the
coming sea serpent
H. Sanders of the
.., the latter part of his assertion tor he is ay Capt.V. owner Sunday evening at 7 o.clock Hon. W. boat was recovered later in the week. northern seaside resorts, although le; Crane Gray was present and was induced
Sieamer: Eclipse they to set the day. so ... to relate some of his numerous uncomfortable
as brown as an Indian and much fatter M. Woodstock, of Altoona.. Pa.,. will -
Monday they accepted the courtesy Little Miss Anna R. Sanders was given has not yet furnished a wreck.like 1 e humorous and
and healthier looking than when he left lecture at the Methodist Cliurch on pathetic experiences
tbe and a birthday party last Wednesday by did for the past season or two. There
returningon
on morning in his
for the River.Ye surely till I g ang up in Action" missionary labors in this
up euvy "Christianity and every bodyis her Rose her H. is what he will do though,
the the aunt at grandfather no telling ,
evening trip. They were State, which he did to the delectation
genial both his health aud his invited to attend. great :
Captain Mr.
Woodstock is
guests of Mrs. G. Kaiser while at Juno Sander's residence and all the little ones before the season is over-all his guests of all present Music was also one

orange prospects. and were agreeably surprised at the ap- Superintendent of a large; Sunday Schoolin of this neighborhood were gathered thereto have to do is to stay right there and of the features of the meeting Sues-

Bert Yarborough one of our soldier pear..nce of our county seat and the sur- his home town and also a banker and help her celebrate her filth birthday: await developments, for the Major is a dames Smith and Wightman and the

boss arrived home last Friday morninghe rounding settlement and greatly enjoyed I lawyer of the there National besides which he is a member and a right royal time they had, includ I man of expedients and he will surely Misses Clow being the ones whose talent

having been mustered out with the the trip and the entry along the way. Executive Committeeof ing lots of fun and plenty to eat. Miss have something to show his guest m this line was put into requisition. f|

rest of his company at Huntsville, Ala ---- the Epworth League. He is visiting Anna, herself, was the recipient of several before the end of the season.

He held the rank of Corporal at the time Mrs. J. R. Anthony's birthday occurred this country for his health and has, been I valuable presents from loving Frank Rowley was down to see hi A rather strange incident happened ,

1 he was mustered out and looks fat and last Sunday and her husband and prevailed upon to deliver this lecture friends and relations, some of her little plantation last Sunday afternoon, com- up the Lake one day last week and was
which all who
hearty. lie says he had good health all children ould not let it pass unobserved. can should. hear. ," gallants brought her bouquets and old | ing down in Bingham's sailboat Idler. reported to us. A bald beaded eagle,

the time and enjoyed soldiering in general So they arranged accordingly and when --- -- and young wished her a long and happy j! He was well pleased with his, prospects who was watching a chance to rub a fish .
CITY MARKET
but he did not object a little when the day arrived the many valuable presents CHANGES- .- HANDS. life. ;' for a good tomato and potato crop, and hawk of its prey was circling over the '

be was made to grub palmetto at Tamp I were fouuu arranged on a Urge Last week George Adams sold out Arbor Day was duly celebrated at the J was satisfied with the loofcs of thing water, and when a tourist from a launch,

and again at Fernandina. The Huntsville -!. mirror that was surrounded with the appropriate his market business, and now J. P. Men- Mangonla School last Friday by a few generally. The two young ladies who shot a duck and it fell in the water,

camp he said was a fine one and be number of candles, and on dell, of Titnsville, is the new proprietor. appropriate exercises and the planting of accompanied him were charmed with the launch was immediately headed for

has no fault to find with his treatment which was also a Cue birthday cake and applicant for public patronage. trees, shrubs and flowers on the grounds the place and wished they had more the duck but be fere it could reach it add

: by the officers nor of the food furnishedby beautifully frosted and amongst its otter Mr. Mendel comes to this town well surrounding the school building. There time to spend in admiring it One of the tourist pick his game out of th..water .

the government although at limes it ornamentation, on the top of it were the recommended by those who know him as are two fine arbor vitaes and a camphortree ;' them especially said it had a very cozy, the eagle had pounced down sudden

could have been better and occasionally, figures representing the lady's age. t a good citizen and a worthy young man, I growing and doing well that were homelike look-whatever she meant by ly, feized the duck in its talons and was

better cooked. He is back again in his Mrs. Anthony was agreeably surprisedby and it is his purpose to conduct the market set out one Arbor Day several years ago it. Come again Frank, and don't forget soaring away with it prize much to the

old position in J, D. Mathis' Clematis this display of the loving regard of business he has taken hold of in a I and the children wished more trees to, to bring the girls along, only come :chagrin of: the sportsman who had made tl

_ Avenue Supply Store and says there is husband and children thus so quietly, manner to deserve the liberal patronge: keep these older ones company and to> earlier so the rest of us can have a the fortunate shot and, in this strange j

considerable difference between soldiering- jet so uniquely, shown. of all old customers and many new ones. further ornament the grounds. The: chance to meet you and your friends. meaner, had been robbed of his gamer. "if





.- ,-.. -- _.
,
-v
-- _. -
-
= --- - ---
.
--'" -- -- -
,
.:- : -- --- .--- ,... .._ ,
.. --- .- ,.. .
: J .1i
-=. .. .- : :: -- 1'" .........
:" :_ f ,. .. .. ,, 4tIIi
.. : < : ii.:2: .... ;;:
-"".t. ....;;;::, ___ III : =---.r. P



-- -:;::-

_j J L:=f :-::-- .. --, --- ,.. -,.. .y vzirso.Zi -- .,.....,
-
---T ,- ::..-- ---- >-- >-- _. ,__ _' _...._ :.- ..,.,...." I ,




,
.' ,
.<


. ,2 tHE TROPICAL SON, WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 9, 1899. .

, .,' I .

.
MAKING A LAZY' FISH WORK) LUNATIC AT LARGE Chinese Mathushek PianosAre FOR SALE-CHEAP.
j f : I Laundry
: -.- ,
; : =cri Haao.r_u Which' Jh.,CUI>*M Mate Vi*. ., -ACtazy Colored Mao-Causes Some ianiix Whir a Name.- As AsentrwHlrpdTferney rt.or..

':: .f .bI-B4ot. -CommotKnTai Mangonia.Afittie "wo'1EE. Proprietor.Shirts Pianos That Have A Rep tati'ln I offer for sale at once one good

\ VJi "voyagers* in tropieal'seas "aresvquaInted'Itith ...- the househunt with cabletl and
anchors
" wcood tit imnf. Ti"y| are ;
ff4 remora, which,it, trouble add-'- some- 'excitement ,.-. .' lot k,ml that have fUnnl tiie test of one good two-room house on Da

known' generally by the&ILsAmiiSith was caused here last Wednesday, Thursday .. Open Front _... 2for25c time an have HntUiied! the most tura Street, opposite public schoolhouse -

{sacker. Tte:&F.Btlngolalilagi'caararterlatlc ... and FrjdaYty tilt actions of;James COUarU ....._..._. .. .-.'......_ ...".. 24c critical two Orst.clans fiok boat1
1'i i BAMBOOZLIN3 GRANDMA. ot Ihla fish la'lailnesar. l'nffi ... .,'.. '". _...- _.._....._....&; uiusiciansiaevrry wny. ;
k t willlnr to'eiertlliatbvermnch In the Randolph, ;tb rT6iore-
"There never waa a d l id.' ,,1 ra lt ot food; it hii'developed aa arrantemint'oit ben living and. Worttngon the SwiftplanUUcnfnpbn old *l> le'pianos' that have Wen in'd oars. Also personal effect,

good! th'e tafcfcof its head ex. the ,Rfdger Last Noi FIRST-CIASS WORK GUARANTEED. rented Ioryerfaiid then oifrr- such aa! all clasws of gill nets, new,

I ,- He whispered vhllt beside"her chair bttood actlytllke the comsated sole of a tennis I i YC l1:er'1 ndolph '(first,shewed, symptom's ed netrsbrouds, camp, h use furniture,
nor are
.
as harnains
I Street!WEST PALM BEACH "great ; *
0. shoerahd-as; artlflclalln appearance f| Vnoihvjji:of aberration of the mind. but Banyan they "rheap, lowgradt pianos io'luditlkit.dPo/ utensils, table > ...
And laid hia rosy cheek is-1 made-aixd.-fitted bjtbe hand of' :'was said about it as he.soon and bed linen, silverware i! and dishes,
made sell half
to "at price.
-: 'I' With m&J er'nrx.Ileek. nan. hcemed to'fie 'efnbut ever since then also a full outfit for packing flub

"- : Against her dear old face*Inr laving "W'he1tthe cneker findi Itself In the vitnity. -, fee kaa beta'troubled with cocb spells JJndotitaad SUbscribe for THE"SUN EveryPiano.Is New, and the beet paraphernalia for bait,
.
mood. ,, : : of any large,.floating'bodY"auch'u Ja:; '-\Vedn sdat be had the and every part i" made in the cast and 'dip nets. A bill-of-sala

There wilt I "jraBdma1 a shlpf hark or.a piecet.flotaMn, worst one of alL 'He'-.as working that Mathushek Factory, will be given with each article gold.
'
b.narer. nicer *hose\ergaborhood seems'to 'promise. daj on 'Ule'"r.V", : ,F.,cU:' 'plantation which id a guarantee that it will No reasonable offer will he refused.
rvriwiottie 1.\ in.abnndarce otfood/'lt'attache*itself and in i the rnqming Insisted on going FOR: : 'RENT.'M last lifetime.; '
'
bo1t
t'bi
2 u 'fO : ttrmly tt'efeto by 'm sOt this curious" 2 9tf. G. W. JENNINGS.
lorn. ft t) his 1 house aver half a mile away for a Why Take Chanceson
*c _. :ont'rlnireo..whlch permits 4t tov't "t, MANALAPAN COTTAGE
g "Becan**''they're JBO:ni'l1i" -Q..( breathe 8ri4 petform'll neeessarf tune. chew, of "tobacco:;1 and went, but came cheap piano when the Old !
't- Will
2J "L c l' 6ndtt'W atr ,dpj ,- Uona while being carried about without back again"and ,worked till along in the (12 RoonM Furaluhed! ).at I and Rt-liaMe Matbu bek can Ite Open January 16, 1899.

WIthout. pedJii&- dti-iiltbt i4:, lily ex rtkUi on its,'part ,It can attach i afternoon, when 'be':suddenly'dropped HYPOf.UXO BEACH FLORIDA. bought at price anti It no a to THE 'BOYNTON1A :(

lb .. )noru t"'I ind detach itself 4nntaneoual7.'and his"boa' d ta>Ing"that they sh uldll't gait you? There are more than I d J

11 'Thereeeg wU'a"dearer; graidma: ,* bolds so firmly/that a direct backward gef him, started on a run for his house, I Thin bonne occupied the mont unique lucatiuu 15,000 Matbnshek Pianos in pleasant and convenient hotel jnst ,

f pull cannot dislodge It without injury'tothetshr upon ;reachng'Mvbtch he rushed in, 011 Late Wink built and newly furnished, located on'
"You Should Have
: jttftff the South.
_,_ ,, '
Rrahbtd1iii'd tl barreled TrolttBj.botlrOceia ant take, the ocean beach in the town of Boynton,
.1I He kissed her and_ _he .smoothed, her, shotgun, One." foot of Lake Worth twelve miles-south'
anow-whlte *.8eTeraLgood-gUed-8pecrmen8-oE: theCah j( t. teD'J n ftiif tbaThe said ,they ktth; niid;.T<;.r"th l ttfrtoU; ui{; 'ii't'. ;
,iI halr- Chinese, IiitheVMItdStatee. Ocean and Lake,Fbob.IQjC. Genuine Mathushek Pianos of Palm Beach. Can be reached by P..
having been caught.
.the
i Then* ftie4 fcer rumed cap shofaWnot, : Ime'and1"struck out Vest 61 .. Sea BathlDg. Nu "'01(11. lllwatelD': only sold hy E. C./R. R'or; by'hunch, sail boat o'r }
-iron rings to1 their -- '" -
fits small
"And"nestled In her lap, fishermen the_h juse\fqwards ,the;. GladW wadipg .urVa--d.- Ayy\ toJOBNBBOWN earner .
,mtr f dthffioc: f d"fierol f tails.-tow hlch-he- attaches-long/slender : across the slough though the'water : ; Agent. LUDDEN Jt BATES-S.-H.-H. A quiet place with pleasant surround-
but very stout lines. Thus equipped HYP'.luK:l'1& Fred Hahn, Mauager. ings for parties who wish to remain for '
44arwchalr. the 'ftsh rmlli sets1 out, and when I *asTjearlyrfp u/hisifnipits, andj" I goiiig 29 Eat Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. a period to enjoy the healthful climate !
: &a1ithe'Spe ttr Pen'ins lar. Kbbne of Southern :
Florida from
-Whe'n I'marnan what things"to JOl1 *'basking turtle I seen two t threeif'the'sucker away the
: I'll *' are" -pnt overboard.Should' seemed very.anxiouTtcTgb after him and burly-burly; of large, fashionable, hotels.

:. .'hoseand'aiTlO1i< ; n bring; and a' ;,atc1r and' thertuia and stick ta the'bot-' ibe'most of theni1 tbtingbt he would get DAILY EXCURSIONS YouBuy 'Em'-" I Serve 'Em! pleasant Noformality and sociable, no stiffness, 'eve-ythine

torn;of the raft thor are earefully>,de over his sptll and come home'that night
ring. BY THE 'OYSTERS; Cooked ag you like them, while Good, large, pleasant rooms, and
All grandmas are so nice hand bl 'being.pushed' forward any way but, toOTn, tlg. found him still you wait. Served lu All Styles,and at all hours homelike table service can he obtainedfor

(Just here he killed her twice), with the inevitable bamboo ,are started missing i and. t.hen, souje of his colored UtNCU. between re,binenu.6 a. ra.an,111 old DriuLs p.ra.Kef .and Cigar {:2.00 per day and upwards. Special
: "THEKELL'ATO
"lAd grandmas'give i good' 1 ever;-' ont.hseuch. agaia, I ,L ,At last_ ,they'It Iriends though\,he,,should besecured WILL MELTON'S 2E3TAUBAKT, rates by the month.
ach thenisebes to the supine turtle. Call or address for further particulars,
'thing.LS \ and so severs\ yl tbcni Hent over with a Olive Rtl't't't.'e t Palm Beach
Then the fisherman hauls' in the lines ..'. !: THE. .. .unvvrnv. .. itn" .tnn vi..
-- '- ', "
old could igi.tilt'WhIch'gntl suasion th&hap" ooai to tty to get nun. Alter a snonsearch I Ills
J 'lefore his dear grandma '
reply' l less'Chelon' ''struggles'-' vain. Once they found'him. but he was still RUBBER TREE AID PITTS' ISWD, Geo. S. Hacker Son u' i.

:thEe boy looked up and with a ro&1Jlali jn board the raft the useful remora U raving and''tod"thetii' ) : they should not Subscribe 'for Sun I

eye. letached and is at ones ready for use get him and-'as he emphasized his remarks Starting from the Royal Poinciana Dock.

( Then whispered I| kecu &,iUlIo .. ... by firing off'bis gun; bis'friends
That nobody might hear: concluded that theywoild"notgu 1 any MillineryGoods.. .
t ( OrlcU .r'BH.*'M..'. Bmf.7Thts .
'Say;grandma, 'have 'yoi' J J mora'mince closer tb.hW spcciaIIyas'hehad dashed For Robber Tree, 10 A. M.; Returning.Y. i Ladies' F'ne Embroideries, Handkerchiefs .

pie?" favorite sport of childhood and into the woods'and they-did not For Pitts' Island,:4 P; M ; Returning P. M sad Hosiery. 'Ribbons and Laces.
routh is of French origin and very alga Silk Waist Patterns and Dress 1'nm-
\ kuwahere he might be hiding,
they
'II
I THE BOY AND HIS CAP ,intiquity having been introduced into' mings. Come and See.
1 Gagiand,the train of the,Norman retulned home and'waUed, for him.to u-i-im firs. F L flOFFATT.

8.Iag'aBd.r' > : AMomaV .! '. ,1iI1ky' :onQii ros..' Its'French name, !"Colin come in at. his.pleasure,I apd, as he_did JAS. E. CHAMBERS,

I Uoneh l4"IiohUnt. Maillard." was that of a brave warrior, not return Thursday:night ..MrS.,1 ..G OWNER. ehI .-

"I can't find my rap.any wl we,! ism ".her memory of'whose exploits stilt live pee4 iUyed'with_ Mrs.,,Randolph.>and

lenience more or:less famlliar.lBxttfl' ''n the chronicles of thai: middle-ages. her three,children:that: aight .and, until ,O'DOOGIIIIETHE

lQU ehold. that being what th" boy' Is the year 999 Liege -reckonedunong .wo.r4., was.,brought them, Friday ,that ,- ,
'jays;;looking 'for' hIs cap' ,' wh t ')Lh.1 its valiant ,ckiefs traq Jean: Randolph hadgorelo town'tbat morn' G.1.1DNER&80N\ MANUFACTURERS OF ALL 'ROUND

rants toga 'play': s 'In tha' 3olin. He acquired name Mal ll1. l ,
out to Early i ing1 and had been caught and was being
'Ie reh'he enlists' hia1-mother'al1d'tbtf "rom his chosen weapons being a maj- held there in safety. Some of the Doors, Sash, .. "

nay make a serious'bmlnesa'of lU!'Sh"' et, wherewith in fight he'used literally white residents were alarmed when they Jewelersand 'HQTOGBJPHER

tao to drop her dusting or jrhatiTerj :a crush hfe opp nents.- In one of:the h 'd'raz man"waS rnn&inir.iild'i Blinds, Mouldings ,

lousehold I work'she War., b'8'n i Jend8"wh'ich1"were'perpetual recnrteace a feared Opticians.Souvenir -AND-- .
the woods and it be 'might
n, 'and tlie' $ &rchlmaJ 'tn along in those"trmea'be encoantered was Has come to stay in West Palm
bat htjrt: 1 om "-one' but,'aanar" as;tan be Building Material
ime. Count de pitched,
.be jLouraia a. Spoons, Sea Shells '
; -_ "Where' did rou l'Pl1tif wlfe1iit 1i1 e.andso; ,, runi the story. in the:first J ar&i: he :attacked' or oft 'r d*to Curios,'Novelties, Toys, CHARLESTON S C.g" Beach, and is now fully preparedtodo

; tame int*\ II a question euro toibelikr.t'ti )nset Colin Maillard lost bQth.!his.eyes.; mol st'aDy'De and even when''he fired Lea ber Goods. work to gratify his patrons.

-, >d, sooner or later.liut;, all the boy eaa'inswer H 'ordered his esquire' to take hI1II'In; off his gun'he did not shoot towards'any Musical Goods aDd Strings, Largest Factory South.

_,, Is: 'o;the:thickest1 of the ftiht,'and,-fUrl-; one but in the air and then' threw the Fishing Tackle,. Send for Prices. _ _

;. n dont inow?:* ,,_ .* -1L bI ftisiy brandishing his mallet,''dld'snc'eatful'execution'that gun away': It is also said he tore the ten Photos Stationery, ,Jnk.NEWS .

I And then'the'searen; goes onEi'erjI l lrher victory soon dt- dollar bill;to.pieces that he took"Along : .
-
.'oter'and -"mder, llr''lri i I'ti'-i2 iared ,Itself:for him.; to,keep l?tbOse ,trom.getting'itthafbe DEPOT-DAILY PAPERS.ffietalcliJeielryRepairiii. IP YOU WAS'f- Studio o. Masonic Boc! ,

,)lacee; \U at'. h atios&otItt'u t << heard of '
1 iW!enjRobert.ofFjrance:! thinks are after him while the hatlucmatlou .! fIRSJ-CLASS TON80RIAL WORK.
>f temper. It'la found*at1 last.'a*most >J ese feats of arms' ,laviShed_ favors lasts. Always Go To- WEST'PALM BEACH.

t .ilngs are.* IB timeranf<' "la.'T.--soae ajnnle f m\! tnd 'honors''upon Colin aid so ;great; 1.). ]1. GEAUIUDEAU.The f
'wr place, which makes the finding{ oft i oVal the fame of the exploit that It'wasbmmemor'ated1 't'trot door North of Kutrure :
: all the'more exasperating.The ::* 1 ''in the pantomimic to SciulBole UoUl, Old Reliable.
Shop on Dell more place Lake front Palm Beach. : w. B.MITCHELL:
'
W tate ti aidioea ontWtTaT) presentations' that'formed part of the I WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. ,

utd straightway- of tan b ut'krat : ud dramatic performances'of the'age] FIe Shut 1Waistssandk'Ski1ts -. I .. .. Shoe Repairing Neatly Done,'Harness :

'it-may take ftolte a BttletaiU'to ,;3y.d.greea'the children, learned.to act Sewed and Repaired.

estore the normal'cabn.In the'hO\ta& t for themselves, and it took the form
I It is a mystery !'_the boy mai&geao if the familiar sport. : 'Clematis'AvenueS j; REYNOLD Ont-of-towii customers 'will 'receive
-- IF. promt atteo tioo. Shop on Oli ve Street,
lose his cap as often as he doea, but The bllD.dtolded. as, with! door
\ pipaucr. next north THOPICAI.Sun Build-
.
t appears'to''be a bo'tsyaifdom.- :, \----0--ndll.l'ld'*_-_vea_ '_and__u extended__n____ handa_____. ha_., _-kT-_ S ultlJlul.t: nI'tP V- .. iic'- ,.. trio Q.Os.
U.
-non toalmoit'all vlctfm to ulrIJ
{ p.fo pounce .upon
teems'income degreVto repeat the ac- : West Palm : I
::- Florida,
The, Starr '.!,.,.lAf".. od-of Goltf Maniard.\the" tr dlUon'' t I s :mIOIDlf.& WHOLESALE AND RETAIL JUST OPBfiHD

.. 9 cip- 1l a.time\ : there.was,'t 14u.1 which is also traceable In the'name.- J. J. D. MATHIS Pnpnetor.

luck, He didnot' kno.jnuche' ,glad man's.,.buff.T I Wbito? ,Swan :tanndry
&Ickif the"worU. ,. &WI. .al was, >T Museum Buildlng-op. (SiecuMr to B, ,,''al'.Bakcrj tat Grtcery C.) SHIPPER AND DEALER IN
'
v My 5iotto-"Qulck: Sales and Small ProQu.Bahery .
jery saucy. Hipontiie S ( bleb, posite the Inn. i
Rio mother wanted"hliri1 to'learn'loi LAURA E. BUTTS, Propr.
j jay There are many interesting tricks oooo Goods and
i "Quack,".but-, .'Eff..thoifgb'tHnat'wo'rd''f "':iltdren 'can-do 'with little trouble andipense -

'- Utti!! accou- .. .- I I They' 'are really appHcattonajf Family Groceries POMPANO: ; i First-class Laundry work guaranteed. I
'.One day .said to.his mother la.a1 : I Clothes Mended. Safely Cared for 'Collected .
""2 jie scientific'principles,'but when prop-; .:: jIIOSPITht.ali El'.' ....."MY Sp C altY.1! ,
rery/aaucy tone: "wry done'look like magic. and Promptly Delivered.
,
"What Is 1h use to ,learn'to say,' : Goods delivered free to any partof Orders or Work left at Geaurideau's
For the first thing they might hypnoJit the SPANISH:'MACKEREL
'" City or across the Lake.
Quack,'quack! '
a chicken.: Todothlahavaadark Barber Shops at Palm Beach or West
'So"his' Doth r1b'e al1' to"tell'hiu lia' ,All Orders Gives,Prompt Atieation.
,
? cable and .draw: a white chalk linouross Palm Beach, will Receive Prompt Attention.
_: 'tory:' It from :Goods First-Clabs 'and Fresh. Highest .
beginning directly unHTFKOTIZISO -
: ,"In this rery b rn' was tduekt .; 'H prices paid for country produce. and BLUE' FISH
', .. 'W .rk_. at.-- -
.I General
amd'on&mornng Repair
:earned to say -'Quack. .i; I Buy ot me and I will Have you money. 6.i.9TTHl aundry I
the fox campeinglrnldthe; t1k. Enamelling a Specialty. '
-- 'arm yard and caught sight of the duckjje Cor Clematis Are & Rosemary. i

:: caught and-waVabourto'carry It' BALTiMORE WEST PALM 'BEACH, I'LL' '.

may when It cried,-as loud'as It to ld. Kigk, M Wkeils For Site! aa ilt D Real TAILORS PRIcEs JEASO!: ABLE. I

QuaeZ4uaek.and.Ben'thrfarm boy} BOX 187. u. 4-tf
:- ; leard it and saved It." ABE SAFRANEK & SON, I Comfortably Furnished Rooms to Let. I

-- The little duck,ever afterward.said'. A CUICXKS. : COrtPLETE LINE'OF'SUNDRIES.' MANAGERS OP BAltBEK

'Quack!" kr the bill of the chicken, whose beak, UE3I1NOLE SHOP. !To Rent by the Hour or Day. ;
The' Friends(
Three
should' be'teld'' down to' the' table Win. Sfliuudt, Proprietor. I [
Am"Hoii'eVt Kl.k. so
to EO. S.'ADAMSPROPRIETOR. OffoY HEW BICYCLES 1H TOWN. :
ofbenmark ';hit it must look att'h1ine. A rooster '- ( Formerly at Hotel Royat Poiudaaa.)
]
1 King Frederick VL Tailoring Company.
; while traveling throngh"'Jatfahd;"ons .j rill become seneIesaind ner'veleu'bybe' Only V bite Harbor in the Town. Next Door North Tropical Sun Block
time the line is two feet long; and:
lay entered a yillageschbo} md'-fotnM remain'with his beak glued to the line WEST PALM BEACH! Went Palm .each. Florida. R. MITCHELL. I'I'W.
'
? Jie: children lively' and' intelligent-ana sometimes over a minute-and that ,t.-- SUITS' AND PANTS UA6E 'TO ORDER. Proprietor.
.; luite ready to answer his qu suO 1..

"Well, youngsters," he-s'a4d, "what jeems ,long._ W" E. H. DUnCI, C .

: -ire th.8 names of the'greatest'Kings ox Ese.ie 'for 'Baby. s..t Proprietor.'P Cleaning, Pressing and RepairingA

Denmark' I' Teasing Fri na"'What'makes that lm BURKHARDFS West Palm Beach, Jan. a6, 1899. }
With one accord they cried out: "Ca- Specialty.FIT
-1 tate'the Great. Waldemar and Chris-:' I iew' baby at your house cry so much CENTSCENTS TAKE ESPEfIALNUTIC "4 J

I', Tommy? Beach AND W0RKUAXSHIP 60ARANTEED.
:
; Jan V. of this Price 1
I Tommy (indignantly)-It don't cry
: Just,then a little girl to whom'the ,
: I 10 very much; and, anyway, if all your For Burkhardt'g Mocha nml
WEST PALM BEACH FLA.
-5:< ichoolmaster had whispered something) Drug 1
:were.outu.and. your hair off, and
:, itood up and raised her,hand. CENTS Java Coffee. Thens.eifyou
our legs so weak,you couldnt; standn 2
7' "Do you know another asked the
them fancy ;you'd feel like crying Store. can match the price ..
::' ,. uuy- .
.
(Sing. ......
-r yourself! \ !
"Yes-Frederick Vt" Wiiidden's Market where. : _

"What great act did he perform" Where Bab It*'Cam Swl.. and:Royal PiciaM i i PnarmacyIlEALEItHIS r-

The girl hung her head and starn '
The Sandwich Islanders are so fond As to CENTS BETTER STILL-Get
Prepared Supplyyou some
tiered out: "I don't know. their
actually teach
)f the sea that'they
"Be comforted. mj uild' ." said the :hildren to swim loag before they are with", 4-' ( ? ? Bample8 and then! try to
King; "I don't bow either." MOCHA AND JAVA COFFEE
ible to walk., ', match them.
The tiniest mites play games In wa.ei -, Toilet Good-Meats at' Vying Prices.
Tke Street Can ( lUalla. Drugs Articles 2
well but or their depth. L. W. BURKHARDT
All the street cars In the city of Hal.. ,
made in,America.'. Fresh Pork,
j Jla were The ope4\ I Finest Groceries.
I Cr.".'Prl.ee of Slam. Fine Stationery and
&rs are.13 feet Inches long ave Beef
,
lashers and have a seating capacity of The Crown Prince of Slam among 6O<

..wenty"passengers.., ,These_ cars c a i' '"boy''authors ot'the'worrd fof'EngllsnJcWl-: 'he1 has' Druggist' Sundries.Prescriptional'aMulIy Poultry
vfitten several stories .
Irawn by Philippine horsear,which are Eggs.
1,about't e size"of a Newfoundland' d ij lren's'maraslnea. and ean'write fluent- ,
y,in three European'languages. Compoumfed Indian River NurseriesBadded 1
"ini it was, therefore; necessary' t4 East feast Biwiiifss Native Meats a specialty.
4oiicited.wiwr .
sake them extremely'Bgbll-antf at thi
ABU TMt CoBimlt SileUe. Citrus Trees of every variety ou Sour Orange and Lemon
tame time of ;the required'strength PALM UKAlTi.Seijd : ., ''H-10-l Your Patronage Solicited. line of all sorts of Fruit Stockalso full
is'know ,Fire will frighten: almost any crea-( ... and Ornamental Trees suited to this section, including -
Fhe street railway'company jire.but It has no terror,, "fpr ,the? driver market on Banyan Street Budded Mangoes 50 Varieties of Cretans, 25 Varieties of
Tranrriaa di Filipinas. tI Palms Roses
u the Strawberry Plants, Pineapple
which'will'dash Slips, Etc.
glowing
coal.
int. at a .
Don't forget that 'aa ounce of sllencfs j Ix Its jawils' 'the'" burning- wars and T Sug Your Job'Wor i 11.12 WEST PALM BEACH JOHN B. BEACH, Proprietor, .:. WEST PALM BEACH FLA.
'
( bett i' than a pound of tzplaiailaa. lorlval up In'LhS'hILa. .

.....-.-- -



-. "' .-- ----; .
'.., '' .. :: '' --
-:: :: ,_ ,_ -- '- ------ -
; .: ___ .. .
= -7" -"- "--z = .: -
-- -- :;:: ;< :: ,
M[ ;
--,=-, -p,,;: .1 .. ,. ', ", .. !'-M1IJ! IJw : "' ::...
;j-: ..r-"' -" :.": ..-< < .'

\ "!' --.- : L --_---"--- __..:....:. _: 1



HJ *
EE
: :. .-
h
t
.' t _

.
.
.,

,

THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST :PALM; BBACR,1LOBJDA THUHSDAY, _FEBRUARY 91899. 9NOTEDSVRRENDERS

._ .
-" -
.
-

; SPAIN'S BLOCK HOUSES. THE ; BEELSFOUD :BROS.RealEstateand

-.B. 'C.II .
'" '
... HAVE''BE ltrst'igt Talae Extolled to? fasten fi It -
. THEY N' A FEATURE OF AtmjOffleen.What Insurance
ALL GREAT WARS.
is known as the "block house PALM BEACH, FLA.,
system" started throughout nearly the
fte Ts.Jam.as-Oa .'That Oeeaee.lDset.g .
whole of Cuba by the Spaniards in the Two doors north of post office. Palm Beach Florida.
ihi Rev.t wa-E. au Great ,
beginning of the trouble with the insurgents
trWMbIagf.a ... rrcd to Bom"d r admirationand NOTARY COTTAGES TO RENT.
called forth the PUBLIC
,DINNERS"AT ALL, HOURS.
LUNCHEONS AND
BREAKFAST.
Ox-Boa other. Jaat...*.. unstinted praise of the most experienced :
.TIle surrender of the Spanish' army officers of our army particularly 6.1.97 1'ost.Office Building, North of I'oiuciana Ho If I.
First-Class Chef Cuisine and Service.
tinder General Toral at Santiago was those who were strategic en- ,
.
." one of the biggest events of the kind. ough to note the care with which these Private Dining Parlors.
u regard numbers that have ever hastily constructed forts had been plac
occurred on this continent Small detachments ed. It was a revelation to many of us, US' Orders Received for Dinner Parties of Any Number and at All Hours. g| FURNITURE.

._ of troops cooped up In a says a correspondent to note the military .
v fortified place are often compelled to keenness of the Spanish officers Household Sewing Macnines,
surrender during a war. but when who had the work in charge. ._ . . . .IeI. . . . The Best Machine Made, Ught.Runniiig and

'whole armies give tip the end Is gen Every straight path we rounded into I HIBISCUS Palm'Beach.A Nolitele t'i ,
.erally In sight and every trail our men entered In the : HOTEL ., :
There are many, famous surrenders' province of Santiago de Cuba was Nsw UIt"I, ea .a. **..'.101. .f Lake Wvrth aad very arar the KayalPolnelana Sole Agent for the !amour Wall. Trunk. Mat
be ; .'.:10 per day and upward L.H.tlLLJCY Manager.HOLLY .
In our national history. There were .found to commanded at its extreme tresses made to order. A Complete -
two notable ones during the revolution. end by one of these block houses INN Uue of '
one In'the middle of the war and one at perched on a height overlooking ,the Daytona
1 th* end. At Saratoga on October 17 whole line of advance. Had the Spaniards Pacing the beautiful Halifax Elver flBMt bleyeto_cia I. the State .'..ni FURNITURE: ,
I 1777, Bourgoyne surrendered to Gates been possessed of sufficient courage per day and pward. E.LCABWELLManager.: of all descriptions at Ko:k Bottom Prk-cs.both vt.

1.., 6,000 men. 5,000 muskets and a large to have occupied and attempted to THE BUCKINGHAM St. Augustine. Wholesale and RetaIL. Baby Carriage from f 6
quantity of. ammunition and cannon. hold all their block houses situated be- i up to $20. Co Cart, Refrigerators Ice Chest. .
'I 1 He began his Invasion of the colonies tween Siboney and Santiago our advances Opposite Alcaaar,Pane de Leas and ...lau,' and among th. date palms Etc.
". from Canada in'June, intending to go would' have involved a much tt ss.:Hi per day and upward. WM. P,KEITHEY Mauier.gead -- t
down the Hudson and New greater loss of life and time. Fortunately -
separate We have a consignment of Oak Diners and
" .England from New York. most of them were vacated before (or booki-t. OEO. C. HOWE Proprietor. Reed Rockers that will be sold,very low. We t

On October 19. 1781. Cornwallis sure we reached them. . ; . . . XlM handle the Famous Cleveland and Rambler
. rendered 7,000; men to Washington Owing to the peculiar style of ght- BICYCLES. _____
which ended the war. The'shins and ing" carried on by the Cubans this b
.1.500) seamen were turned over to the block house system was found to be BMatlful'LW Especial attention gives to our Hall Orders.
J Located Worth
French. the best and in fact the only way of i j N We Gnrantee Satisfaction, both In goods and H

There was a surrender In this war successfully preventing the insurgent HOTEL I 'TH'F.. P 'J 'M i Opposite lights.the ElecttfcU"Royal Mnciana"Electric hells.Baths rIeeoI. Call on us,or scud in your order totS .

, which Is fit to be ranked with the Ala. advances and checking their depreda COMPLETE SERVICE.J : aad 17 Laura JACKSONVILLE FLA. ONLY.tB.CO.
mo and wart: Pillow. Fort GrIBwold.t tions. If once a small body of men I I t i n.._
t k defending New London, Conn. was came down from their caves in tine iiil .&... .LI.I,.U. =a0. special Irw anyou Yates BJ per the Week.-T' -21 D.,E. COOPER MTg Co.
surrendered to Arnold the traitor, by hills to a road they were practically at
I the of the Spaniard Retreat .
Colonel Ledyard.he commandant mercy "
WESt '
Address TH2 PALMS PAUL BBACH FI.OXIDA.
,and his sixty men were put to the along the path would bring them under ,
.I! sword after they had given up their the guns of another block house; a Nsw Store New Goods Bock Bottom Prices !

arms. This was in September 1781. dash up the hills on either side of the
\
..
The raid on the New England coast road would also have been impotent A New House .
I had been undertaken by tha British because every movement of such a TtlO1VIflSQfi & OOW1'4
nature would be covered from one of ,
: with the hope of diverting Washing-
.t ton's attention from Cornwal1l8.I the two forts. palm Beach Cottage Shoes Ladies' and Gentlemen'sFurnishings
Dealers in Dry Goods
I 'Even the great Washington was The Spaniards found that the greatest ,

. forced to surrender once thougn not in dlfficu-.y in the maintenance of I and Notions.. .
these block houses was in keeping the .
this war. It was in the French and
\ Indian war. and Washington was com men who occupied them supplied with >Will< Open: Dec. _5. / We boy for cash and sell for(cash po diva )lower price thin ntores who rife

mandant at Fort Necessity Ills forces I food and ammunition. The ammunition credit. Our motto w, Quick: sales 1 and emrfill pmtt! ..II(1d no ilia .'

I had',hed the first blood of the war II itself came in small quantitieson crimination, bat sail tq all at same price, goods are all' .
various ahlpa and distributed from'the' Royal "
was fiDE poinoiona.
minutes \\JalH
I having defeated Jomonvlll at Otvatlleadowa ll-10-tf( plainly marked in figiireu. "
every few weeks. In getting materialto .
; forty-five miles from Fort -..
Uuquesne. Two months later Washington the scattered block houses the Rates..,$2.50 per Day, Special Weekly! Rates. -
himself was defeated by DI11- greatest danger was run continually "
Lena at Fort Necessity which he had half a dozen Spanish soldiers probably AddressPALM BEACH COTTAGEPalm Established 1875. .
built at Great Meadows. At the end forming the sole convoy for a great "
\of ten hours' bard fighting Washington quantity of supplies. The Cubans
William A. Bours & Co.
yielded upon condition that hid: watched for these periodical visits and ;Beach, ;Florida. ,
honors of often made short work of the carriers.
troops should get the war.
Our war of 1812 was marked by two While the block house has been described ,
notable surrenders, one of which .was as a lookout It is in reality a Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers.
not at all to our credit This latter fort of no mean strength when combated THE ,BRRMBNReUSE ,
one was Hull's surrender of Detroit. only by rides To artillery of
, and with it all of Michigan territory. course such a structure would be a Is now open for Winter Travel. No. 6 EAST BAY STREBT, -:.- JACKSONYIU.B. Fix

} IIoil's soldiers were hot with Indignation I mere mouthful: b_ In withstanding BEST 01' ACCOMMODATIONS. E BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS. .. .
aft they were anxious to rixht rifle shots and in earring out the purpose -Baths: is coUoa.-
for which it was built there We handle only the Bert and mast Reliable Se U. A complete Stock of
can
, and did not get the .chance. Hull was I Rates Reasonable. Short Distance from the Depot. :
exchanged later for thirty British soldiers be no question of the great value it '
;Ii .' ;and tried by court-martial' for must have proved to the Spaniards. Address Mrs. S.' E.. EARMAN, WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, .

treason' and cowardice. He was convicted These forts generally range from
Meal Both and Dark.AT
Seed .
Meal Cotton Bright :
.of cowardice and sentenced, to fourteen'to eighteen feet square and _
1 be shot but was pardoned by the are built to a height of twenty-six feet Boarding.atReasonable Rates. WHOLESALE-' ,
President I of the heaviest yellow Dine timber obtainable I '

The surrender of Barclay's fleet one ,, backed in most eases i with for Fertilizer Co. .
State
q lake Erie to Perry partly atoned torHull' old boiler-plate metal 'The main room I MRS. JAS. ,McCANN is prepared to ,accommodate boarders at her Agents Tygert-Allen

deed and cave the Americans a is twelve feet high with its floor sunk well known home Clematia Ave. Star Brand Fertilizere-Gnaranterd AnMysis, Orange tree and Veg'tabla'pertllixor. Pun -.
close to F
chance to get back what they bad lost four feet below, aloes a slit flush with boarding on E.C.Bj. depot. tilUers ground have Bone no Nitrate Superior bo U in,the Muriate Market of oia---h And a trial, nuiphate will convince.Polagu, Kanit.,etc. Thews fare t

thrrosn Hull Perry's message to the the outsldestonpwork.. This silt is Send for Catalogue Free--- lo-l1-tt '
president, "We have,(net the enemy, generally' from three, to' four Inches -GILL_ ON HIE-FOB: -\BATXS**j>- _AND*<- BOOMS* r--__ 2-9"L '- ..
tend they are ours* Is a classic among wide and through it the Spanish soldiers .
pointed their rifles In di
militarydespaches..- every
The, Mexican was was marked by rection. The upper room perched on GREENLAWN COtT T4QE. .. .,v'
top of the lower roof in Chinese
pagoda
the surrender of no large armies. Am-,
pudla gave up Monterey in September, fashion, was used more for look First-Class Accommodations for a limited number Winter Visitors Fi'HETREETOMY :
1840.- Tamplco surrendered to Captain out purposes but it was also provided desiring Large Airy Rooms Splendid Table Service:Home Comfort SPECIALTIES
with slit'similar to'that below
Connor ,of the navy. in November a and Quiet Rates Reasonable and according to rooms.
which, when occasion demanded couldbe '

The 1847.Castle of.San Juan de TJUoa,which also used for firing purposes.In I' MRS A. I.. HAUGH, PROFJUKTOB,' West Palm Beach, Florida. wx CORNERGROCERY 'FANCY FAMILY 'GROCERIES.CALIFORNIA. .

defended Santa Cruz, surrendered to parts of the country which the Insurgents t DRIED FRUITS
Scott and Connor March 21. 1S1. At : were known to occupy In FANCY TEAS AND
this time 5,000 prisoners and 500 can- numbers a block house contained from z COFFEES.
con were taken by our'army. The City twenty-four to thirty men. The four FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES : -
of Mexico; having been evacuated by sides of the lower chamber each hold NEW SEMINOLE HOTEL e IN SEASON.
Santa Anna was occupied by the American six firing stalls somewhat similar in \
troops September 14, 1S1. build to the stations used at rifle rom .

,the The Texan Mexican war for war independence was proceeded in the by erally petitions sixteen in our own men country.formed the But gen sole Only Brick Hotel in Town. NEW STORE, NEW GOODS. COlinftREATMENT.

force of each of these torts
course of which the Almo at Bexar, .
garrlsioned by Texans, was surrendered WEST PALM BEACH: ( ', FLA. Prompt Free Delivery on Both Sides of the Lake.
had the Coulderate Hole
to Santa Anna. No sooner .1
Americans laid down their arms than Gen. Banks was beseiging Port Hudson 'THE SE'IINOLE Has recently been completed, built in the most sub-

they were murdered by the treacherous La., the southern gateway to the '. stantial manner, and elegantly furnished; situated .J. F. OLIVER Proprietor '.
Mexicans and those of Spanish de- control of the Mississippi river. A on high ground fronting Lake Worth and commanding magnificent unobstructed ,
body of troops bad marched Into the
Ascent view each and ,breezes all directions.
enjoy
The civil war was terminated by the back country to look for hovering Confederate way guests perpetual from
--- -- ---
surrender of Lee at Appamatox CourtJoU8e calvary and were sleepingone Cuisine and Service Strictly First-Class.
9, 18C5. Twenty-six moonless night behind stacked JACKSONVILLE
thousand on men'April laid down their' arm8. rifles in readiness for a night attack. Rates: )2 per day and ip. Special Rates by tit Yak or Minli.! POPE & McLAURIN ALLORIDA,

This was soon followed by the surrender The attack'came in an unexpectedform. '
of Johnston with 29,924 men Tap .. Some six or eight army mules, GEORGE ZAPF, Manager. '

lor, with 10.000; Jeff Thompson' with getting somehow detached from the 11497 Fruits and Produce
7.W4 and Kirby Smith.with. 20,000. wagon wheels to which they were tied
at night were seized by a panic and -. -
came charging down almost the entire
FIGHTING' BOB'S TITLE. line of the Fifty-second Massachusetts TIT!Tip fin New house: best.accommodations on the Commission Merchants.

Volunteers. Every man lay covered AL P Hr mill HOTEL East Coast; table &
Aa Imeident In HU;Career While at AB'napalli. with a "shelter tent," a piece of white convenience and comfort; hot and cold Fancy ,Grades of BUTTER AND CHEESE.

cotton cloth about five feet square.As baths; modem improvements; in center of the famous pineapple section; close'
the mules rushed each of We Solicit Your Business. :.
Bob" Evans earned his over one
"Fighting
: to the Inlet; fish and oysters in abundance.
title the first year at Annapolis. He us .)roke suddenly with a cry and We only solicit the business of Merchants and Will Not fill order from Contiumen-thcy
has made good his claim to it since.f! sprang up, raising his shelter tent In TERMS MODERATE. should buy from their home dealers. IO-M-J
'years before he became skipper of the j one hand or upon his front so that he
Iowa but "Fighting Bob"- was tackedto seemed like, a sheeted and gibbering ,

him as a cadet At the time he was 400 ghost ,This successive added wildness rising of over J. L. JENSEN, Proprietor ................................................'...2
to the
apparitions
sent to the naval academy there was a .
rule of the Institution which forbade panic of the mules and they fairly JENSEN, BBEVARD COUNTY FLORIDA. i
the decoration of the walls of the ca flew down the line. Now, the remark- !iT*Don't fan to stop at Jensen when visiting the Indian River. **->6-97 : GR1\IN HRY--
det's headquarters by hanging pictures able thing is that while many a man .
thereon or in any way improving upon has his side rubbed hard or his scalp FLOUR, GRITS, MEAL, COTTON SEED MEAL AND S
..s wise and twofold. It sought to not a man was really stepped on or THE TR'1VB'LB'RSNEW .
fHerent the boys from becoming soft badly hurt It was for months a subject :
and luxurious and to head off any ex- of comment with us that the mules GARDEN SEED
,. ;ipcnsire rivalry in the way of outfitting.ina In their intensified panic should nevertheless i MANAGEMENT- IARRIVIG

It word. the end desired was to produce have been able to see where to ___ ___ __ u_ FRESH ALL__ THE_ TIME. !. 1.
hardy--and- --democratic- naval of- ,step should have cared where they FELIX GARCIA, Prop. Jacksonville, Fla. .. LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH. WRITE for QUOTATIONS. '

ficers. Young Evans fond mother, stepped. and in their speed should have .

dike all good women was a Christian, been able to step on the ground.War Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Seivice. | !
and with ,her son's academy equip- JAMES B. BOURS JasimillB Fiorina. :
: ,
,
C .t SUIO Second.It
fnent packed framed motto-a quottation a The Best $2.00 per day Hotel in Florida.Take a

from the scriptures, so the lejgond is estimated that since the days and :..... ....... .. ..'...........* ...../ ..
:. runs. of the Trojan war no fewer than 1.200 car at the Untoa Depot ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers teat

I D. his 000.000 men have been sacrificed on
of
The first act Robby upon
nail his the altar 01 the god of war. If It wereposslhlt'
Wgnment to quarters was to ATTENTION MERCHANTS<:: !
to gather together these mil- ,
motto to the wall He was told to remove
It, but declined. The 'contumac lions of war's victims\ into one ghostly Chas. N. Welshans J
army, they would form a was reported from one
ious younster BOTTLING WORKS
officer to another but resisted argument abreast long enough to clasp the earth THE MIAMI ,
at the equator, with a residue of 10
alike. The jBOTTLED
command narrow
martinets and of the academy resolvedto similar columns stretching from London STATE AGENT FOR- Is prepared to deliver, EXPRESS PREPAID, to all responsible parties

expel him and orders were at once across Europe to Naples.If SODA POP GINGER ALE etc. Ji
this file to ,
were pass a saluting
issued to that effect The story of the
Var spread and at last an officer inJtacoin's point at the rate of one every second; Longman & Martinez PaintsLime i Patronage of Dade County Me rebuts Solicited and Satisfaction Cu rantred...-- i
the last ,
cabinet Intimated very strongly night as well as ay, "shade"would
w the faculty that they would donett only become visible in the autumn C. CAS'lELLA, Prop. MIAMI. FLA.

to overlook the offence. Prcach4ft of 1938. II-24-tf
Two and a half million men fell on Brick
were' beginning to predicatesefmopa Shingles,
upon the noble cadet who 'uropean battlefields during the first
ilf of this century alone: and this
perferred the scriptural expulsion.to text. and taking as dowi the uighter cost Europe the colossal sum Cement and Coal Tar. NOW IS THE TIMETo -
$6,850.000,000.:\ Each victim cost
politician said th*,chances were that 740 to kill. Plant Citrus and other Fruit Trees. Before making your order,
dropped the
man were
.authorise If the young of the academy would not All the countries of Europe are Agent for Sickler's Peerless Cement Plaster. write for prices to the Interlachen Nurseries. Catalogue free.
their armies and naviesat
afterwards u public spending on
,
sym-
kst Ions the boy It was in this the rate of nearly $:iO a second or Address j. "flf. WYLIK Interlachen Fla.
war eathrwttwtth that Evans became known aa the almost incredible sum if $,000,000a 13 South Hogan St., Jacksonville, Florida. 1021.97'Y" {

"fllhUDI De'- day. a .
--- -- '
;


1N -.-- _. -- -- ___ --.:.:::J ---'--- -- ._-... -
-- -- '- ,
i r _. ..... ........ -" '-
...,.., ; ,'d. '- 'k q3c..__,A s -i_1'L ---- ',
S : 2 ;:- ;.; =.= :=::-



'-- --""
) :;.
j4i
2L -. -- -
L _
<0=- .
r' -- --- ..'? __ ,__""", ." :


.


i ,'-"


IJ

ft ;" 4, TH-E TROl'ICAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDATI1UflsDy. FEBRUARY 9. 1S9.

.


I. THE TROPICAL SUN. 711E BANKER- REJOICES. That statement was placed before DEALER I

the Commission last
Wednesday, M.E.6RUBER HARDWARE
-Ii I t __Pioneer Paper of Dade County, FIonda.I In one of our exchanges of a few but, so far as is known or can be IX...

ascertained here, the Commissionhas
) TROPICAL SUN
.
POBUSHISO'COMPASY. weeks since an article appeared in .
taken
1 no action in the matter. CROCKERY and
r I i' GUY L METCALP EDIT ,
---
; :PUBLISHED KVERY THURSDAY, arrived in Tallahassee last evening '
the
AT_WElT PALM eEACK. P0i COUNTY, 'LORiDA. Ocala Banner was the only paper
t I t and it is rumored that he has FURNITURER

I .' SUBSCRIPTION PRIC!!. 82.00 A YEAR. in the State not under tbe domination come to act counsel to the Commission :

( or nt least under the influence and take any dispute about :1
,_ Entered at the Postoffice of West Palm Beach. All Kinds of Boat Coods.
second-cUM passenger or freight rates into the .
-U matter. ; of the railroad corporations uED Ito W
it courts. In this event, a long legal .
St es,Tinware Ooori,Sash ind Blinds
THURSDAY To this assertion Col. Frank fight be anticipated. :
FEBRUARY 9. 1899. may
All Kinds Fishing Tackle and Goods.
Sporting
Harris, that brainy "Ocala Editor" Is it to be inferred from the above : ::

: THE NEW COMPANY formed to whose voice and pen have never that the people of the State of< Florida __ ;-" Glassware,Lamp Gasoline and Stove Lanterns.. Blue Flame Harrison Kerosene Bros.'Oil Ready Stovea.Mixed Paint ..J1

: handle vegetables bide fair to be of played false to every interest of the are to be compelled, through C-M&ii Order Given Prompt Attention. 11-1-97 J

enefit to our producers in more common people, the producers, the their Railroad Commission, to go -- 1

k was than one., wage earners. and wealth producersof into the courts in order that *any

r .': : '" /; .** the State, replies as follows in the ruling of the Commission be made PROFESSIONAL CARDS. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE TO. DEBTORS AND CRED-

._- TUE COLD:WAVE that came bowling last issue of the Ocala Banner: operative? The railroad operatorsand _

., down on our truck growers'last night As in independent. purchased their parasites and heelers w I. METCALP, NOTICE TO APPLY FORLETTERS Notice 'Is hereby given tbat all persons having -
.
& from the northwest, gave many of and unpurchasable newspaper, we throughout the State raised a great ATTORNEY AT. LAW.NOTARY PATENT. any demand against the Estate of Jane
are heartily glad to announce that C. Kinsley deceased, are hereby notified to
them a good scare; but to-day the the Ocala Banner is not the only hue and cry at what they termed the PUBLIC. I To Whom It May Concern present themto undersigned duly an then v

t change of direction and character of "gem ofpurest ray serene" along ''tltraiJht-jocket"Commi l8ion law as Will practice ia County,state and Federal : heated, within the time prescribed by law,or
the shore. "There are others!" And (' urt8. Th undersigned give notli-e that they Intend this notice will be pleaded In bar of recovery
U thewindaurwe11fora: night devoid that is not all. The number is be- enacted by the last Legislature. LAND CASES A SPEOALTY.offlctin to apply to bin Excellency;: W. D, BIox- And all said estate .

: of dangr.dpitethMcroaking. ing continually recruited. This announcement How much more of a howl will they TROPICAL Nl1* Block ham. Governor of the State of Florida. for to make persons immediate owing are required
West Palm Beach. Dade County HorMa. payment to me.
of tome and fears of others. is made by us almost raise if the people of the State find it Letters Patent upon the proponed charter GEORGE W. LAI BART,
.. in the shape of a benediction.The hereto appended.
Executor
of tbe
Estateof
Starke Telegraph, the Jack necessary to enact arbitrary amendments FUAN1i: W. POPE, Application will be made upon the llr day James C. .
, Kinsley.Went
I Paramount to aU other considerations sonville Journal, the Bronson Times- to that law in order to make of March, A. u. 1H1I9. or aa Boon thereafter

it becomes the duty of those Democrat the West Palm Beach its effective? J TTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR A T LAW. an the application can be beard. Palm Beach. Fla
TROPICAL SUN, the Tavares Herald purposes __ -: N. S. BOYNTON, Thus twenty-tditli day of Jannary.A.D.
I ; ,' who are seeking to'devplop the in the Manatee County Democrat and It might aa well be concpil.nl) first 111 East Bay Slftet.R P. H. LOUD Ja.. 199.NOTicE! .

1 tpl't'tlhlof Florida to place the farmen L the Tampa Herald are all either 8R last that the crop producers of the j JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA J. S. WARNER,

boycotted or threatened to be boy- M. B. I.YMAM,
on a basis of prosperity. If this cotted by the railroads because their State constitute the real source. of LEX ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS, LESTER ...nux.J. OF DISSOLUTION.
I
t in done there need be no apprehension editors do not sneeze every time prosperity and wealth-not the railroad \ BliOWX.

: hat prosperity will not tome these: railroad magnates(who are endeavoring corporations that fatttn their Attorney at LawJ1CItOONVUr.2 J. A. XKLEAY, .
to dictate the politics and W. H COX Notice isereny given that the undersigned .
. tu 1I".clllGuinPtivi1lt Sun. control the politicians of Florida) purses on the proceeds of the grow Fr.!. J. W. IVEo. !\ doing business under the style and firm came

,** r dip snuff. Be it said to the credit of er's toil. All credit should be given Practice in all the Circuit Court, State and W. KINO: of RejnoIda&Hull, nave this day.by mutual

these newspapers that they boldly Fedirallli C. Q. PHILLIPS. consent,dissolved p:rtnership.
: SHIP i is 'on the grade anti
itriLDixo consideration
: 'J-KS.\
up
every proper ao- -
refuse to "bend the pregnant hingesof All persons indebted to the firm wUCpay their

!, !: and kijiiig pin* with other 5m-! the knee, that thrift may follow corded all public carriers 'and nil CHARTER OF THE FLORIDA EAST accounts to F. A. Reynolds and all indebtedness

: m..ne things. A Tew days ago at fawning public corporate institutions, but it IT C. 11001), M. D. COAST TELEPHONE CO. of the firm is hereby assumed by said F
The "power of an independent LI. A. Reynolds, successor to the firm of Reynolds
Belfast the Omtnic a bhip 704 frei.Ion must not forgotten that there, must ThlH instrument
press! The anthems tint: are sung PHYSICIAN AND 8UR fON. wltneiutetb. that tbe un. A If ull.

f&: :,!, .was successfully launched, for in its praise I IVe feel almost like be creators of business for the transportation derHlgnrd and their Ruccewiora have a.Ho- FRANK REYNOLDS,
shouting hallelujah! The editors of Office and Resilience near Royal Puiaclana elated themselves together to become Incorporated WM. X. HULL.
.1 the White StHr Line. This is the lines to handle and it is
Florida are beginning to catch the Hotel, PALM BEACH. 13-1-97: under the laws' of the State of Flor- Dated this eleventh day of January,A.D.1839.

( .t lurg>Mt bhip ever constructed. Her inspiration and issue a second declaration for these creators, these producers, ln.for the transaction of the buhlnen of build 2-J-4t

L engineHHre built for 45,000 horsepower of independence! Let the that THE Srx has always demandeda PUGII 31. D.. ing.operating and maintaining a Telephone
SyHtem and Exchange according to the fol-
glad tidings ring out that the little E.W.
. and she has coal capacity 2x4 free pass editors in Florida are fair hearing and due consideration.Nor lowing chartt'r and "u'h 1118U may from Tax Assessor's Notice

.k' liuttid..nt to enablw her toeircumnav- becoming beautifullv less and insignificantly must it be: thought for one PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. time to time be adopted

. % small. Not in numbers, Office in rear of Dimirk'a I>rug Store. -TO-
of twelve minute that this
igats'thtgIIbe at a speed rapacity, this greed RreldeuceWti'L'Ide of Olive Street, 3 Doors
we to but in influenceand
knots an hour without recoaling.TllEKE regret respectability.say, Broadmindedness fur gain, is confined to one State. South ol t'leumlis: Avenue. ARTICLE ONB: (1), Property H lders of Dade Coety
32196 WEsT I'ALM BEACH. FLA.
The of the
and name corporation ah 11 be the
uprightness true manhoodand This disregard for tariffs, rulings
FLORIDA EAST: COAST TELEPHONE CoMPANY
-
SEEMS TO BK A WAVE O their courage, are and beginning influence to make and legislative enactments extendsTO alldltll principal place of bUHinens shall be at I will be at the POST OFFICE at each of
purposes felt, T) B. POTTEIS. M. D., the following places on d'e named below
[ and ooinion the big trnnK lines; of tbe Went Palm Iteacb. Dade County Florida.
t exceptional severity sweeping over public is beginning to : country.In IL. I for the purpose of receiving TAX RETURNS'
-
I: the $;Judiciary. The Gainesville bear in that direction and place a treating on this subject in the 3-23-93 PALM BEACH. PLA.D for 1899 'on REAL and PERSONAL PROP-
diadem on the brow of the fearless
:' Sun last ween refers to a conversation and courageous twelfth annual report of the Interstate ARTICLE TWO (:tIThe ERTY. Property Owners and Agents are

l\I : with one of Florida's penitentiary we have omitted newspaper.It any that rightfully Commission we rad: K. J. A. PUGH. transacted general shall nature be carrying of the on buulnefu and operating to be urged property to meet required me and by make law:returns on their

belong to the above list, the
I agents. When naked if the omission is unintentional and it will "In consequence of defective DENTIST. a telephone line or linen from Jacksonville, Stuart-Feb.20th 8 a.m.to 3 p.m.

number of Florida convicts had increased be a real pleasure for us to add their laws, the both situation from has become intolerable Graduate of Vamleruilt University. Fla,to Key Wet.1u. Xeptune-Feb. 21 t,2 p.m. to 6 p.m.

names to the column. the standpoint Jupiter-Feb.21st, 10.30 to 1
of late he in the growing a.m. p.m.
replied neg ofthe public and the carriers. Tariffs Teeth Extracted Without Pain.
I We feel that the time is not far Even; Operation Guaranteed.LowtHt ARTICLE tBKEE (3), West Palm Beach-Feb.27th 8 a.m.to 0 p.m.
i ative. lie paid, however, that fewer distant when it will be felt as agen- are disregarded, discrimina. t'rtcen AU Work. Ft. Lauderdale-Feb. 22d, 8 a.m. to 11 am.Ojua .
were lM>i.lg discharged owing to a Dine honor to be classed in the list. tions constantly occur the price at 7-2-96 WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA The authorized ca\llta1atock of the company -Feb. 22d, 12 m.to 8 p.m.

i -T.-.. n._,... ""nnc1 Wnvi&..,nrlr nn "WU'..* T AtfCV A' .to.H**... which transportation can be obtained shall be ten thousand dollar (10000.00,, I Ittla .. -_F_.h_. _V the of the judges 6" is with privilege of Increasing it to thousand
; deposition on part independent newaspaperj: multiply fluctuating and uncertain, fifty i-Feb. 23d. 8 am.. m.
ofF railroad managers are distrustful of A. THOMASOX, D. D. S. dollars ($50,000.00). to be divided Intone toj2
of late to impose longer terms and its boldaeso and courage in I) Miami-Feb. 24th 8 a.m.to 6 p.m.
each other, and shippers all the o hundred shares (100) of the par value ofone
Thia is noticeable he crease. Cocoanut Grove-Feb. 25tb,9 a.m.to 3 p.m.
sentence.
very ', The fight of 96 must be while in doubt as to the rates secured Office: Corner Clematis Are and Olive St.. bnndre dollars (1100.00) each.
pushed on M. E. GRUB
says, and seems to be general. with by their competitors. The volume EH. :
vigor, and must be done by the WEST PALM BEACH FL& 2-9-tf Tax Assessor Dade County.
.. of traffic is
1 .*. newspapers that are fully divorced so unusual as to frequently All kinds of modern iitntistry known to tbe ARTICLE FOCB (4)).
from the exceed the capacity of equipment profession. Gold trown and bridge-work alI
TBIS COMMUNITY is HONORED by the f
presence of Judge w. R, Day,formerly seems never relaxed. Enormous 7-21 Office Hours: 9 to 12 a. m. and I to 4 p. m. exiat" abafl be twenty 20)) year The Dade County State Bank
AMERICANS ABB ALREADY AT THE sums are spent in purchasing business .
Secretary, of State of this Nation,
front in Cuba. Even the professionof and secret rates accorded far ARTICLE FIVE (5). West Palm Beach Florida.
and more recently president of the below the standard of published I T. DANIEL, ,
; law is to be represented by Hon. charges. Li. Tbe business! of the corporation shall be
Peace Commission whu e'diplomaticwork conducted by a board of five (5) directors, to
has elicited the commendationof Frank Clark,ex-U,8. District Attorney The from general public gets little benefit DENTIST be elected annually by the stockholders; the Authorized Capital $100,000.Paid .
these reductions
for
of Jacksonville, and Hon. Robt con- COCOA. INDIAN RIVER, FLORIDA. .88 directors thai elect from their own number a
the world at large., The Judge is cessions are mainly confined to the Up Capital $15,000.
prvtil lent a vice-president, a treasurer and a
well deserving the bard earned rest McNamee, of Lake County,these gentlemen heavier shippers. All this augmentsthe tecrttary.
having flung their professional advantages of large capital and ALLACE It. MOSES, OFFICERS:
.' from his arduous efforts during the tends to the injury and often the W Meetings of the stockholders shall be held
E. N. DIMICK President.U.
.
erosion of the Commission recently shingle, aa partners, to the balmy ruin of the smaller dealers. These Successor to A. W. Robert, on the first Monday fn March of each year, ,
: breezes of the Cuban are not only matters of the lInt election to be held in March A. D. 0. HENDRICK80N, Vice-President.
metropolis. gravest consequence INSURANCE
AND
REAL ESTATE
Paris and from the terrible mental 11(00.
to the business welfareof GEO. L. BRAN NINO, Cashier.

and physical strain attendant! on his the country. but they concern, in Agent Went for Went Palm Palm Beach Beach Water Town Work Lou also Until such election the board of directors

pottitiou as Secretary of State ever WILL THE RAILROADS SUBMIT? in no less degree the higher interests NOTARY PUBLIC. shall context of X. S. Boynton. J. S. Warner,' Office Hours From 9 a. m. to a p. m.
-- of public Clematis Avenue, near Olive Street.
P.
morality. lLLoud.Jr.M.B.Lyman.: Letiter Lyman.
since the beginning of hostilities with Grave, indeed is the situation as it 5-21-97 Weal Palm Ucach, Florida. General Banking Business Transacted
The proposition that faces one a.W. KIDJl,C.U.Pb Hips.J. Brown,J.W.I yea.V. .
Spain. relate to the Florida Railroad Commission II \ H. Cox and'J.A.McLeay. Collections remitted
promptly of
after a careful and conscientious on day
!. and the railroads operating GUY METCALF, receipt. Drafts bought and sold on tbe principal
s&xVlTMGIUnFYlJiG sizing of the situation in Floridais
TO SEE 8O MANN in Florida. On the surface all is up ARTICLE IIX6)). cities of the United States. 4-29-97

.X VCfth: ?* t'lnrida, editors falling in line serene, but if the Commission adheres simply this: Are the transportation For the State NOTARY of Florida PUBLIC at Large. The corporation shall not be authorized to
*- linen willing or can they be compelled contract Indebtedness tn excess of its capital
"
_, 'oiTthe matter of election of UnitedI. to ita announced declaration to such concession Deedn, Mortgages. Leases and Contracts stock subscribed and t'aid for. Red Spanish and
give in .
States Senators by direct vote of the the Drafted.Conveyancing
.: to conserve interests of the
producers a Sp| < -:- I 'ople. THE SUN baa' for yearn ad. and) shippers of this State, as their freight fates an will make itpossible All othce Work Guaranteed in TKOPICAL Legally SUN Bluck Correct., hereunto net their names and rtwldencen this TnncjrPINEHPPLE-.- i*'-

\Torated this and further, believes well as to show due consideration to for the producer to have a Wrat Palm lk-ach. Dade County. >l..ridn. t'enty.tblrd day of Junuary A. D. 1699.

that the President should be so elect the rights of the transportation fair margin of returns after he does X.. S. BOYNTON Port Huron Mich.J. .
secure a good for his D. BROWN S. WAIiVEK Miami. Fla.
price
ed. Nor do we otop at this; in county lines, a conflict in the courts must be produce T. P. II. LOUD, JE. Fulford. Fla.M. .

; affairs we are heartily in favor of counted on as well nigh inevitable. in the market, or are we to be forcedto ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. B. LYMAX, Lantana Fla. Slips and SuckersFor

Commissioners' accept the other alternative, to LESTER LYMAX Delray, Fla
the el.ction of County Months and months
agone the Plan and Hpecificationg prepared.
J. BROWX Fia
abandon Hypoluxo. Sale, cf the Following Varieties,vll
.. t>y the tux-pajere of the Connty. It : Commission issued a circular order theprodnction of crops, let Jobbing work given prowpt attention at J. A. McLEAY,Watford Onto Abbaka, Porto Rico,

::2- should' nut be left to the Executive to the ,several railroad lines of the our fields go to wsste and let the Shop on Datura Street. W. H.COX. Boynton } Smooth Cayenne,
J. W.IVES. OJus Fla.G. .
t'oiawittetUHfPtflt recommend, State: fixing the tariff State become only a resort for Egyptian Queen
passenger on FRANKLIN SHEEN. GEO. O. BUTLER. W. KIXG. Fulford. Fla ,

nor btioutd those who pay no taxes most main lines at three cents per wealthy tourists and butterflies of ( IIEES & IIUTLEU.O C. G. PHILLIPS Fulford, Fla. Ripley Queen, Golden Queen,

whatever have voice in their belec- mil*. The Florida East Coast Hue is fashion who flit here for a few weeks White Antigue.

tion. Tho,e whose taxes create the! said to be the only road that bus and away again, leaving little or no SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS. STATE OP FLORIDA,) Pernambuco,
.
Coi 0'DAilE.
Office at West Film Beach MY /
public funds should have the say as given heed to the order and its sign of their having been here. so farad suMivlUe.l and Enyille. ,
compliance Lands legally; maps fur. On the twenty third day of January, A. D. Early delivery can be made. of the
to w ho should disburse them. This I has been but a partial good to the State is concerned. nlwlieil. Selevtiog aDd grading; lands, IOt'at_ 11'\91.' J..noonalcame\ before me X. S. Boyn fruit Iroiu Plantation having part been picked i
one. inir and entlrnatlnit timber a 8|> Right in this and Allcon ton. J. S. Warner P. H. Loud,Jr., M. B. Ly- last lIIootb..I>pll to
Li one of the doctrine we know are Agents are instructed to sell tickets County right fat aud correct work guarautwd. _
munlvatlons by mail m-ehe prompt atten_ man, Lester Lyman U. W. King C. G. Phil
not iu line with the ideas and plans on this line at the rate specified, onlyto here within sight of this office less tion. ManH end Uliic PrlMK at Lowest Ciitti. j lips. J. Brow n.J. W.lvl'tl. W. Ii. Coi: and J. C.C. MATTHAMS,
WEST PALM BEACH FLA. 11-T-!*:'
of the 1'0Iitkal.'power8 that be" in.. round trip purchasers. and with a than a month ago a personal appealwas A. McLeay,who, being persnally to me well Florida Pineapple Company
made by known alter being II"urn.nct.lln"ledged ttI.y ,
Dade but we believe that we are limit. a delegation representing
ten days .
n.unmu SHOP si"n..1 tliclrnnines and affixed their seal
5-21-97 West Palm Beach
: right and that the people are, or will : And now that the Commission is the heaviest shippers of producethis CITY to tb..nlllJ\'e cha ter. Fla.

In., with UH. :I announced as having determined to season in this: part of the State, First Dour South of the Post Office. In wilniiw w hereof 1 have hereunto set my i

to the representatives of the several Kasiest Chair) and Kent hand and NUt the day and year above writ. J CST OPENEDSCHIID'S-
---- have its orders know
obeyed or the Equipped Shop in Town. ten.

: ( J77/&YS, MJITURT IT. reason why it would look to a man lines handling the freights of this region &crU ;MILL fOOPKU, Prop'r. P.OBT. P.. TAYLOR

up a tree as if the lines would prefer us they were in business session: [('EAL.J: Notary Public CAFE.
For fcotne week the new management assembled. Will that
a fight to compliance. At any rate, appeal ably CHESEBRO BROTHERS ----- MEALS OR LUNCHES SERVED A LA CARTE
of the Wai electric light | laut offered by the spokesman of that I ,
;, : the following special to the Times- SHERIFF'S SALE.
considering the advisab'litv be New York. Oysters io All Styles and at All Hoars
ball Union and Citizen from Tallahassee, delegation heeded by the powers I 1 Fulton Fish Market,

of wi iiii-reuMiig the capacity of the: under date of February 2d, is as that at present control the situation Wholesale Commission Fish Dealers, Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an Weekly Meal Tickets on Sale. "-

plant that Ightscan: lie furnished: for follows : ? The next sixty dave will j execution i- ue.t out of the Circuit Court of Dade 2TCUSIXE AXD SERVICE CP TO DATS ,,' _

: Liiainess hous offices residences make IndanRlvea" Are County. Florida in proceedings therein had.
ull Tallahassee Feb. answer. Our Specialties :
2.-Pursuant to herein Frank W. Hall is plaintiff and Joeianliprmnn C. H, SCHMiD Proprietor.
; und) tntt corners in town. invitation from the Florida Railroad THE Sex; is not in svmnathv. with _SPANISH. .... _.. .MACKEREL.... .. >. ic rif.fpml.int. T _rtuTl._ tin the... ,
- ---'---- ---'---- -- -- -
Commission, representatives of all ? J Chase Building, Clematis Ave..
much
The venture means outlay the leading railroads in this State any policy that does ot mean the 1 POMPANO, KING-FISH, 6th Day of flareh, A. D. 1899, WEST PALM BEACH.

and added iwponoibility, and has appeared before the Commission in meting out of exact justice to both ,, SHEEPSHEAD BLUE-FISH, the fame being the firt Monday in the month.,

only len undertaken in the hope Tallahassee on the afternoon and producers and carriers. It does and a legal sale day, between the hours of II
SEA TROUT ETC.
and evening of the 9th and morning of o'clock a.m. and Z o'cUx in tbe afternoon offer
the business men municipal think \\ever.that
that : the loth days of January and discussed fOrtlf'c\rl1l1l'f" has --- -- for site to the highest bidder. for cash before CALEB HALEY & CO.

: authorities will show tluir appreciation in an exhaustive manner the a limit, and in the fuse of Florida OUR INDUCEMENTS TO SHIPPERS ARE: the d,'or of the Court House of Dale Ouuty at 1

of th- enterprise by a liberal question of revising passenger and farmers and fruit growers that limit Jniio. Florida the following detcribtd Real Wholesale Commission Dealers in
freight rates. No decision was Prompt Returns and Full Market Yiluss. -tate. t -U'it: i
Every venture of this kind has long since been reached. ALL KINDS OF FISH.
support. cached by the Commission at that Corporations (i Being a part of the West one-hMf of South-

whiixe operation is of such public time, but an adjournment was taken are, after all, but creatures Stencils Forwarded on Application. ea<4 one-fourth. and the East cne-half of tbe

benefit and in the line of town progress until January 25, when the raihoad of the people and if they will not I. Correspondence Solicited. South-west one-fourth of Section Sy Township Southern Special Attention given to the sale of
people were expected to be again 42.: South Range l: Ea.-t, containing SO acres of Fish. SPANISH MACKEREL,
and town development ehould meet for further discussion and willingly dual fairly with the PoMPANo, BLUE FISH
present body !land, being the same lands as wild by W. B. TROCT, SHEEP
with more than mere tacit approvaland argument Instead of coming to politic, let such I legislative: screws be WHEN in Jacksonville be sure and visit Deckner to Josiah Sberma For more particular HEAD, RED SNAPPER, SHAD, etc.

commendation. It should have Tallahassee and presenting further applied na will your Old Friend who will surprise description reference is made to DeedB
arguments verbally before the Commission accomplish results with Bargain* in CONSIGNMENTS
you B I., page; P'S. Dade County records, where SOUCITIJD,
the practical generous support that on that day, the representatives that should and easily could be se Dry ioods.: Clothing: and deed of said lands to J. Sherman in recorded. PROMPT RETCRXS.

( will enrourng* the establishment and of on the the railroads 24th and met prepared in Jacksonville a cured if the public carriers of the (Ueiits' rUt uixliings............. Feb. 2, I&J. R. J. CHILLIXGWORTH, U Fulton Fish _artet, HEW TORI.

oik-ration of other enterprisesas well) written document for submission to State would rm.gnizeand co-operate D. SINGER, Manager, Sheriff of Dade County. i

us the extension of those we have.JT the Commission. with the producers and shippers. I ii 1l.Bridge')-97 Street,Near JACKSONVILLE.:Bay. FLORIDA W.,I. METCALF, Attorney for Plaintiff. 2.! Subscribe for The Sun .





._.. ... .
,7't[ -" ; -- ---,- .. -- .
; ., -
-
-, .' ,;. _., _._ '--- _. -- :: -r: -- -
-
-- -- -- :' --- -- --_ c.. -, -, ..:::;:.. '
; ";; ,. '::": ; --:1.1rT-:
'1' .: ';" ;'Ep y- ,> 'II' : i::_



_. --< ( :i:" "' !
.
--r--r : -W'.7'' ,'" .. '' .
: < -
aI.f : ) : : ;
'
i.\'Y.- ;: "
''''' ", --.'--..., ,< ,"" 'O. ,. : .: .. .. ,,, .
'' '
: -: > :: = .7'.

1



t THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA,.THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1899. I _

.
--
:;

.
t JOSEPH S. WARNER. PHILO H. LOUD Jr.
.
t ,. *' <: I' .
.
.
.

i. .... .:; s

' J ; S. R. & .


? .. ,
.
\ ,
., fLO.R'IDA. "
MIAMI
i. s ; : {

.


Fruit and Vegetable Packers and Shippery i I



'

Dealers in Crates Lumber Wrapping Paper
; ; '
v

Fertilizers, Chemicals, and Seed Potatoes. .

.
f .

.
-. '' '., i
:
,. J' ,
., .. i- .,.. H' '
-
CAPITAL
i T $50,000. -;. '
.
,- .
:(.'


r. ".. ". I I._ L.) ..

1-- .
: OUR CRATES-Warnell," "Oxford," "Savannah Box OUR COMMISSION HOUSES. ',".' ;

and Basket Works," and Standard Basket Carriers. '., 'f
BILTIXORI, Mo.-B. S. Godwin & Co., 13 E. Camden Street.
\ OUR CRATE PRICES-12 cents each in small lotf, 4f
PuI. DUeeIA.-J. p. Hendrickson, 302 N. Front Street. ,
less in larger Tote .
.' NEw YORK-J. & G. Lippmann, 184 Reads Street. ..;:,.
NOTE -Number limited to 300,000, at these prices present season. i
Stevens & Simpson Co., 262 Washington Street. .-
Pineapple Crates 9J cents car lots; 10 cents, less than car lots. : '
BOSTON.-Chapin Bros., 96 S.Market Street. '.
OUR PAPER-From H- W. B- Diew Co, Jacksonville. ,. ':.'
BUWALO, N. Y.-Potter Williams, l41.Michigan Street. :.
sizes 9x9,lOxlO already cut and bundled
; CHICAGO, ILL.-H. B. Briggs 197 S.Water Street ..:, .
sheets to size 9x9 to the pound; : ..
.. CiNCinrATi.-H. C. Beekley & Co., 218 W. 6th Street. ,
sheets 10x10 to the "
pound.
CLEVELAKD: ; O.-Stran'ge & Nokes, 36 Huron Street. _
NOTE-Amount limited to 400,000 pounds for the present season. .',
COLCXBCS.O.-PleUch & Sutton, Fulton I Market. .
Price 3 cents par pound, delivered in small lots, less in large quantities. -
DIKVIE, C OL.-The Liebhardt Commission Co. .

OUR FERTILIZERS, OUR CHEMICALS DITBOIT, MICH.-D. 0. Wiley & Co., 20 Woodbridge Street.

AND SEED POTATOES- IXDIAXAFOUS, IXD.-Jno. W. Neuman &Co., S. Delaware Street. :-

.
From Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.* .' KAXSAS CITT, Mo.-D. E. Smeltzer & Co., 520 Walnut Street.

....: .,-. Jacksonville, Fla. Prices same as fac- LOUISVILLE,Kr.-Thompson &: Co., 210 Jefferson Street. r
v-
I I : t tory, with freight added. No profit _. <' 1: kt MEMPHIS, TEKK.-Seessal & Ashner, 336 Front Street ..

I : ," asked. >: ; 1 MILWAUKEE:, Wis.-E. R. Godfrey & Song & Co., 257 Broadway.

.; .} i it 4 OUR LUMBER-From Builders' Supply Co. at St. Au,1 t MINNEAPOLIS, MIHV.-E. P. Stacy 4 Sons, 200 Sixth Street.

gustine, Fla. Prices same as factory, .: .. NASHVILLE, TENS.-Walter W. Phillips, 173 N. Market.

'4 ?eait p .. <.. ,with freight added. No profit asked. h._ .-"
-4 .-. b PITTJBUBGH, PA.-Dennis Hays, 646 Grant Street.
r ,
OUR PACKING HOUSES, ST. Louis, Mo.-F. W. Brockman Com. Co., 805 N. Third Street. .-

.. ST. PAUL. hll-B. & Co. 102 E.
Pressley Third Street. :,
Miami, Little River, Biecayne, Fulford, and Ojus, Fla.
( ; .
\i :. NOTE-No* being built will be ready for business February 20th ',.' NOTE-Every shipper should subscribe for the "Fruit Trade r,1 j
,1.; .
.. }., : to 30th., We have: our own system of handling, packing, etcn by the L Journal," 78 Park Place N.Y. See the standing and reliability of the 1

most competent help, the largest portion of our packers: being from .. f;.". ? houses he does business with. Subscription price $3.00 a year, poilpaid. t
"'" .
among you. :- : Subscription received and forwarded by us.I I

-

I I' : 1\


Our 90-day Record in business here $40,000.00, invested. Not one dollar due and unpaid in the County. .'

.
Our object is to handle and distribute a large crop so as to get the best'results. Growers interested in having their business handled by '

.
competent men are invited to call at our office at Hotel Miami, and received full particulars. "' *

What the above means to the truckers of Dade County is a saving of between $25,000 and $50.000-on crates and paper alone ;

What we hope to accomplish is to save you $200,000 in freights alone the present year, and to sell crates at 9J; and 10 cents another

I season. -

I I i i

f jOur
I
CARS-The Armour Combined Ventilated and Refrigerator \ ,
Clerical Force and Representatives.P. '
.) Car will be handled by us thia season. Service unequalled and at no t. t

II. Loud, Jr., Manager. Miami Fla. extra cost to the shipper for ventilator service. 15 cents per package ; I

J. S. Warner Miami, Fla. J. C. Lessee, i. for refrigeration; 175.00 car minimum. f: \
'
P. B. Turpin, Little River, Fla. Traveling Representative.r What do we know of the business!? Our P. H. Loud, Jr., has had !
'
j J. Abb Everett, Little River, Fla. fifteen years' experience in growing shipping and handling frn'ts' ,

Graham W. King, Fulford, Fla. and vegetables, and the gentlemen connected with 011 are experienced '\

... J. W. Ives, Ojus, Fla.( business men with years of training in same business. Mr. Loud wa

M. C. James, Biscayne, Fla. Sub-Commissioner of the American Pomological Association for his

w -, Hallandale, Fla. State (South Carolina). Has been connected with the N. C. A St. L.

-, Dania Fla. By., L. &: N., C. of Ga. By., and was General Southeastern agent of the .

-, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Armour Car Lines for three years: has handled thousands of cars worth l'

J. Y. S. Mitchell Delray Hypoluxo; Boynton; Lantana. millions of dollars, refers for his record to J. A. Same, D. F. A. W. &

# -, Cocoanut Grove, Fla. A. R. B., Atlanta, Ga.; W. J. Craig, I U. F. A. Atlantic Coast Line, Augusta

/_ -., Cutler, Fla. Ga., and W. A. Winburn, G. F. A. C. of Ga., Savannah, Ga. i if. .

N. F. Washington, Key Largo, Fla. Our service, 150 miles private telephone from the Keys to Went ;

'. Bookkeepers and cashiers: P. II. Loud, Wm. Nutting, Gordon Palm Beach.! Service free to all on our business.

Woodruff and others. Our telegraph office open night and day at Fulford, Fla., direct

.-. -_ wires from twenty-two of the largest markets in the United States. No

slipshod shipping of goods intrusted to us to markets already receiving
OUR PLEDGE-That our houses will make correct and
more than they can market to advantage. But a thorough knowledge
prompt returns; and that if any single package handled by us gets lost
of every package leaving the territory and where it goes to daily.
or is overcharged in freight express we will pay such loss out of our
co What will it cost you to do( business with us Not one cent more
own pocket, or such overcharge if same exists; and any complaint
than to do business for yourself.Trusting .
against our houses or representatives will be promptly investigated and
to receive a large share of your patronage and asking you

L ;: corrected. to come and see us, we remain yours to command.
We also ourselves to give a helping hand to every worthy man
::.. pledge
t .
1 t : I struggling to make a home for himself and family and push Dade J. S WARNER & CO. -,

County to the front to the extent of our ability. C. R. GRAHAM, Secy. Riftriuts-CmircUl; Ajmiii.! sl ; ,



Iz .

+

"- ----5 .._.... --. ---- -..- '- _'_ __ .., .....,_ ._ _. _. ..-;.. __ '.. .


.. ... ,.,'"" .. : ....... '. 14". ......,.... ,.. ... .. = ; _.
: : ..
< "' ---J't: 5 = .
: ; > d. t" .n .
&. _" _.',.. r: ,_ c 'rj- -... JlfrJirE



h" ...,--""" '->",, -' "'- '-- / ,"n r ',-0..'. "; : ', .I1'e' =,,.. .,.....
""""
-r------- T :; :-- i : --, U ",\ "'-_." ';.,' ;; ; jJj: [. < ;#i"i<>': ,;:, '' >.
r 'Y..o. 'Y :"" "'!" " .
7 ; : -
: '
: .
r .
:Ii



t G THE TfcOPICAL 'SON WES'*" fAllf"BEACH FLORIDA
:
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1890.! .
... ...... -- ..' -.'--- -, < _
-- -
-

THE SUNDAY SCHOOL EPWORTHJjEAGUE. SMOKING IN EUROPE.

itHrf- Ji -- ,. CITY + MEAT MARKET. 1

LESg5ON VII, FIRST QUARTER, INTERNATIONAL THE LEAGUE TOPIC! FOR THE WEEK The American frnokor 0M a Bard Time
.t It U'bite .. th. CootlBeit. -
SERIES FEB. 12. BEGINNING FEBRUARY 12. "' .
The smoking American has a hard WESTERN.MEATS A SPECIALTY. '" '
.,
,
time of it the continent"In lererftl ;i 'Y,v .
Test .Wlt1t-Comment by W K. Flab.-Preo on 1t : 'art
f the Le.*oa, .JO J '.. : c
e .T.r.lIemci pared for 1:.. ef Leagues and FamiliesFor of the countries,'notably In France, j BEEF VEAL, SAUSAGE, ARMOUR'S STAR HAMS ,
Vene .
) s.a. r GpldI.:?ext, I ,
John IT, 42-CommeatarfPrepared Cgwtd.rationt'Tb. .,01'n Finding i i'the Spain and Italy, the trade L.L- 115 '1.10.\ hands of the Government orao; enormously w
Lpke
MUTTON
; :
: BACON
*
? the RCT. D. M. StearBI 7 : :.. ..._ AND BOLOGNA.
% > "Not th; not thbe taxed that It Is virtually a Government _
righteous rljhteousi
[Copyright.,18'J8. .Il FROZEN TURKEYS AND CHICKENS
.by D. M. Steanu.] a Sinners Jesus came to.gave,* 1"* monopoly, WhiUverJnay Da ; r ,

17. "But Jeans"snewered'.thdin, Jlj 'Was one of the "war songs" of early the benefits to the national exchequer, BUTTER EGGS AND VEGETABLES .

Father worket'S hitherto and I work Methodism In days that are past and there are certainly none to the consumer VENISON AND WILD GAME IN SEASON.

Because Ha had healed the Impotent man would help to br!31 g victory In our and It a nationalist or State Socialist -: \ -

at Bethesda on the Sabbath day they per times If we sang It with the spirit,. and Awaits. afgumentajto support his IMAI FRESH FLORIDA MEATS.
*
Moated Him and Bought to kill Him. Dr. the understanding. ,
fef
theories, htm shun the subject ot '
Weston sayg.that their Sabbath day was tc Modern Phariseeism as well as that \
, Of the of Jesi-s draws its skirts European tobacco. .
days ,
f
them thelrnatioBal banner Representing: Armoui's
and it war! Packing Co 's Western Meats. K. B. Raaeiaon's
closely around", shrugs its shoulders Pipe smokers will find no plus'tobacco t
f' not well for any one who would dare break : Florida Meats. -
, and ,If not with words, with actions abroad. They,can get American ;
tbejr laws oonoernlng" 'It.,>God's Sabbath that speak much louder, it declares brands of long-cut or'fine-cut ont)''at Id'f k J q K 1
9
JWl fearta whIch J. P.
t : De Instituted, had bertipu "this man receireth sinners." We, as exorbitant prices.::Where the monopoly MENDEL Proprietor.

: .. iha'Jex: Sabbnthi and feast.and the followers of Jesus,should so workIn prevalia the common smoking tobacco ri
V Instead of"observing AHis laws oonoernlng the Lord's vineyard that we will be WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA.
offered for sale will cure the habit If
them they had mu tipuedtladltton8 ol about the Master' business go out to
i their own, thus making the oommandpt seek the lost ones. anything wilL Italian cigars.are about ... .-

t of God of none effect by their tradi- In the church uu re Is too frequently the meanest cigars man rTperpetrat- J t,1 F'I I P t ATTENTION "f' f
!
J ;J i ( ath..n, 3, 6)). e a disposition to lose sight of the tact ed on a suffering-community French e.eeGlYe! f EVERYBODY!

-Therefore the Jews sought the that after we have been sought and cigars are not much better. Havanaa e,

more to kill Him,because lie not only bad found of the Lord we are to seek can be bought In Latin, countries'at -HAVB YOU SEEN THOSE JtUGANTNEW'

I broken the Sabbath, bas.said also ;that others. The motto'of the Epworth high rates. '' .l < *J'.. 4 : .. J.1. .. .
God Ela Father -:"Look Lift up".- hould be -: DRESS
was making'Himsell League up/ The Germanic races come nearer understanding GOODS, WRAPS AND LADIES' NOTIONS
equal with God." On another occasion a constant remircer to us that to be
they were going to stone Him because, ac! true to our calling we must be usedof what is good in the tobacco -JTST RECEIVED AT-
-
\ they said, He, being a man, made Himseli God In *.fting precious souls out of line. Cigars are cheap in Switzer- \

" God (John x, S3). What spectacle this, the mire clay, acd get them on the land, -cheaper in 'Germanyand 'dog- THE HONEST
UM Creator bated by the creature, title solid Rock, Christ Jesus. cheap in Holland. In fact Holland la PROFIT HOUSE

tiers for the Sabbath day seeking to kill While we should in the proper spirit the paradise nf smokers. Tobacco la ....... _.. 1'.7.. _9 "'; '
,f- the Lord of the Sabbath Yet such la rejjt make our boast that we "are-a cnuM>a absolutely, Free r of"duty: l1 fe.1jr I .ll.r

1 '* ligton that la not of God. generation, a royal priesthood a holy I,understand right;and puUy'byteaeoI\ fiefl'Sun. .
! >: .a 19. "Then answered Jesus and said unto nation, a peculiar people, "we must '
t. : of the, fact that Sumatra is a Dutch possession -
] them. Verily, verily I say unto you, bear in mind that we are commandedto LITTLE
I k The Son can do nothing of Himself but "shew forth the praises of him who. Holland: leads, ,the".world, ia .... -- -. BROS.

1!. what He Mxah the Father do, for what hath called us out of darkness into his some branches of the tobacco trade.

f things soever lIe doeth these also doeth marvellous light" To do this it is So the discreet smoker will bring home FERTILIZER

.j $he bon likewise." 'l'be1rnnbe1lef and necessary that we shall shine as lightsin from Holland as many cigars as he can. and PHOSPHATE COMPANY

t, opposition did not and could not alter the dark places so that wanderers who In Rotterdam or Amsterdam he may ...... -, C
; tarts. in the cane, to v.ithout argument He are groping along In darkness may be -
t buy for 2 cents apiece cigars that In Jacksonville
'- went with lib When of the world. Florida.
: quietly on teaching. led to Jesus, the Lght ie
: '. .. one la right, the only thing to do la tc Unless we,, as -Individuals do qur many American cigar stores would retail -

., keep right on saying and doing right duty many who are lost will never be i at 10 cents straight and for 5 cents .

lure that they wha war against us shall found. The right kind of.thankfulness he can get a luxury that in America a If you are requiring Fertilizers r .

boas nothing and aa athing of naught for our own redemption will cause us millionaire would deem extravagance.The Vegetables,
:
:, (Lia. ill, 12). to seek others who have,not been redeemed Cigarette, habit prevails In Pineapples, etc., write to DS and we can give you
2U. "For the Father loveth the Son and for we were numbered among ,
France. Italy and Spain so that decent ,,,. more value for
1 .' ahoweth Him all things that Himself those who "in time,past were not a cigarettes your money than any other Man-
a doeth, and lie will show Him greater: people, but are nov the people of God: can be bought; but Turkishor ufacturer
worka than tin-so that ye may marvel. In which had not -obtained mercy, but Egyptian cigarettes are not given or dealer in this State or from any

Y til 85 "The- Father loveth the In Germany and Austria pipe
chapter now have obtained mercy. away. other State. Write for
Son and bath given all things Into Hit We are too apt to think so much of I I smoking is more common; In Great } ,; pamphlets prices, etc.,

hand." In chapter z, 80, "I and My the ninety and nine that it never enters ..Britain It would seem as if most men i" to above address. 11.12-97

.. Father are ono": In chapter xiv, 9, 10. into our mind to seek the lost one. I smoked a pipe, both.indoors and out- ; '
"Ha that bath wen Mo hath seen the Father _
The ninety aud n'neare uyt to b4 I--(;oing'Abroad. _-:
; I am in the Father and the rather neglected: they are to be fed with the ,
in Me In chap er XT, 9, we read "At bread of life and tenderly i-iiefl: for;' Statue.ti
the Father hath loved Me BO have I loved they are to be trained up so that they Casting; m '
you" and In ivil. 23, that the Father will be seekers after others*>and taughtby Most persons think a bronze statue Is A Chance to, do .Your GEO. H. MALTBY

loves ua aa He loves the Son. We wonder our example that .they are to "seek solid. If this were so it would be Im- .

at the manifestation of God In Christ but until they find," aiM\::after having possible to move most of the large ,

what shall we say when we read that it U found a lost one hevysay with the ones/ for the giant statue of Pan, by

His pleasure that Christ should be manl'l Shepherd in the pa:able, "Itcjoice with George Barnard, which has Just been ---DEALER IN--
feat In osf (Gal 11. 20; II Cor. IT,, me" There is a rejoicing time, In 'eelt in New York city, weighs four _, J._ ,
11. "For ad the Father raiseth up thi heaven, and there should be joy among
tons, and Is only half an Inch '
dead and qulckeneth them even so thi C. : ;
men, when one who has been out on FURNITURE
Son qulckeneth whom He will In the the cold barren mountains of sin, is thick. The statue is thirteen feet long ; WINDOW SHADES

follow big verses'thli ia explained aa referring led to Jesus, tbe great Shepherd. a reclining figure'and the bronze casting 'I ,

not only to those who are dead In And then, this second parable in our which is entire'is the largest ever MATTINGS

sin, living In pleasure unto them ehu scripture lesson; where Jesus said: made In this country. A sand -tnold, i if OILCLOTH.
(Eph. It, 1; I TIm: v,6)), but also to those -Either ten ,
,what woman having weighing 27 tons, was made from the F
whose bodies are dead in the grave. Inverses pieces of silver, if she lose one piece On the Job111
plaster figure. large surfaces
28, 29, we read that all that al"8ln
and the
doth not light a candle sweep three or four tons of sand would be IIrFUNERAL
the 1'fa\'lJItiball Lear His voice and shall house, and seek diligently till she findit SUPPLIES IN STOCK.I
some forth either onto 111ft 01'damn atioD ?" Should emchasize the teaching of hammered solid but in the Intricaciesof i ih : J

;l. "for the Father judgetn no man.bn' the first All mankind are wanderers the fingers and the curly beard tiny ,; - --

bath' committed u-1 judgment unto from'God;.they 'ar.aa !sheep without pieces of mold were made, taking I Practice, the Latest: Methods in Embalming the Dead.
the Bun.! He" barb in ,
apiNiinted a day
a shepherd, and God, wants to use ua weeks at a time fitting together like a -- '
tbe which 11e win -juU(( the.world In'rlichwou.nl'li in his hands for bringing i
as Instruments : puzzle. When the entire plaster statue
i was with molds Palm
,ordained,hereof lie la fa given a.v.uranc of the Metuidist Episcopal church they Beach Fla'STEAMBOAT -
unto all men in that Ho hath rained Him were removed and baked hard as stone,
do not believe that the Scriptures
from the dead (Aau nil. 31) One day teach "once in grace always in grace." then built up together and the hollow r ,

Is with the Lord as a thousand years"and! I We understand ao-ording to the word; filled with sand which was tamped Into Do You Want a

a thousand years aa unit day (II Pet. ill. that some who have been numbered solidity. When the molds were taken
eAt the beginning of the day shall bt
the household of are'now off fine of Pan in ?
faith sand
the judgment of thu rignktus,and also ol among a copy appeared, We have them to Sell,and if w*have
the living nations,and at the end of the walking with the children, of. this but skilful hands went over the statue, none on hamt to suit,we can build
what
day that of tha ucrigUteous. world having agsln been alienated taking off half an Inch from the surface Juit you want. .
from the life of God through the de-
23.;;i'That all wen should honor the Son all over it Then the mutilated sand
certfulness of the of their souls. .lor We
enemy also
eveu as they honor the Father. He thai statue was replaced Inside the molds : are Prepared
These in
a peculiar manner are
repre- t
bouoretb not the f Son honoreth not the To Fl1rnitSb'
sented by the lost'beep'and the pieceof and the space between the core and the ,
"
Father which hath lien' Him. He will .
silver which thtwornaa. lost ,They molds filled in with the melted bronze, .' .. "
be honored .by all kings and all nations, J
were "of us," and -ith us had a lively I which weighed four tons. This Is the
and to Him every knee shall bow (Pa.
Outfits for
hill 11; rblUU 910). .}. day la coming hope of heaven. They should elipt'Clal1Iy way bronze statues are made. Pumping Irrigation.
receive our prayerful attention.
In v.hlcb"veQ' high thing shall bt 1
Dr. Berry, in the Epworth Herald .
Royal Kneei.
brought down, and the Lord alono exalted
says that "Methodism has reached a : The Prince'of Wales Write or call on ns for Anything In I
(Ira 11. 11, 17). He Is the only Savlout lathe, third
of sinners (Acts Iv. 12). the only Judge al crucial place. M>ny prayers are befog member- the royal family who has Our Line that you need.
offered that revival .
.we saw In the last verse, and He will Nth around the globe., The sure may way sweep,to received an injury to the knee, The ,< ol, ., \. '
only Ruler, for lIe must reign till Hi Merrill-Stevens
get Methodism through the crisis is Queen slipped about fifteen years ago Engineering Co.
bath put all things under Ills feet (I Cor
h ;
for every Epwortblan to commence at and hurt her knee-an occurrence : .S ,
ZY, M).
once to seek lost souls with tile same which has caused her to refrain from
84. "Verily verily I say unto you Hi
that heartth- My word and believetb on earnestness that true: man sought the unnecessary walking exercise'ever JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Him. iha, eent. Mu hath everlasting life'and'.baf I sheep and the woman was rewardedfor since. The late Duke of Albany also The TjppicalSuti.{ :
by finding the piece of silver. 21-9-97
net come Into Cl ndt'mnatlon,1. fell and Injured his knee, an accident Jacksonville Marine Railways.

but Is passed from death unto life." Here JUNIOR Lt/GUt TOP CSt which greatly tried his delicate health.Economy .,. ,
II duo way of life, described In chapter 1, :

13, as receiving Him, in chapter ill, 16, ai IB .
Italy.Marvelous
believing on Him and here as bearing How shall they who have never
Bis word and believing on Him. This heard of Jesus "Call upon the namef economy is practiced by
the Lord?" And how shall teachers the poor of Italy in looking after the
Terse was bhxwed to my son! In the summer
of 183 with a blessing that has last teach unless they lire sent? A rel'l'n\ wants of the inner man. Coffee Job DepartmentPrints '

ed ever since and will to all eternity. It writer has said that there are one billion grounds from the wealthy man's kitchen ff't

was somewhat' like this: Do you bear the live.hundred million people lu-the are dried and resold to the poor. Ina :, :
word of God and believe that Jesus died world-and only five hundred million similar way oil is twice and some-
for you and rose again,and do yon receive of-them: are under Bocallet\\ Christian.Civilization' :
times three times used, the
drippingsafter
Him. your &\'lourP Ida Then you aud o. ly one hundred and
have everlasting life. No, I cannot fed seventy million are protestant' Chris- .each successive frying being .
that I ba e.fha' does God say? He tlaus, that by far the larger part ot gathered from the pan and sold to the Letter Heads Staple and Fancy Groceries

says that I bava la Ilia word kuffleientf) these were merely nominal Christiansfour poor. '. ,

I would like to feel it Will you take hundred uiilibn ,Buddhists, two Note Heads

Him at His word or make'i Him a liar hundred million Mohammedans anti The Cashew Kerael. Grain ijnd .all Food Supplies.

(John v, 10 ) I will believe God. ,' two hunderd and' eleven million Hiu A highly flavored nut. known as the StatementsBusiness

U. "Verily,verily. I say unto yon, The dUll!!. For every Turistlan kern in the cashew kernel, is being Imported Into( .
.
boar Is oojulog;anti now U,when the dead world there are: seven: heathen: The Canada for dessert and Cards -.- ;.
hall bear the voii* of the Son of God heathen population of the earth is increasing confectionery
and they that boar shall live. This tour seven times'as fast as th uses. It is produced in India only and Bill Heads COUTTRY; PRODUCE

has already' lastEd ot'er 1,800 years and It Christian. In InJia there are four Its season Is from May to November, Always Fresh Kept ia Stock. .

still on. The dead,, in trwpnsws and sins million of people to one missionary, but the production Is not large, and Importers And all kinds of Fine Stationery "

I are bearing the "Ol of God, and receiving \it it I is a hundred years since the firs must place their orders in ad Your Patronage Solicited. -

It and life in it, or rather in Him missionary went to India. These vance. ..

Who Is the Word and the Life. Faith lauds were not closed but neglected." -l-U West palm I l3eacb. 1='Ia.

cometh by hearing the word of God. 1 The eople, who earn from four to 'hIDf'.e !ianon. Are You Supplied? <*&L ,

bad been bearing it from my chUJhoud.and eight cents a day, five more money to Dr. Paul Goldmann declares that
before Ibtio I bad been iwhvdintocburchBieiubrrkhip : a stone bull every year than all the
aud was regular in my attendance Christians in the world give to tarry; Chinamen make the most obedient Industrious

upon ordinances and outwardly tee Gospel to tlu-in. These are awful and trustworthy sailors,
J consistent but until thu time and the experience facts. Children perhaps you cauno Judging by his experience on Oriental Give us a Trial Order

mentioned in the last verse I did understand them. Ask Jour papa and vessels. Many of them have at some

not know that I had passed from death to mamma: eiplaiu to you. and how time belonged to the crew of pirate WRIT '- =---WAIT WRIT!

life U iiiudi a year they give to send UK ships, on which discipline is special!
SO. "For as the Father hath lifo In Himself GohiH-1 to those who do not know strict AND SAVE YOUR
so bath Ho given to the Son to have Jesus. Will yon make a sacrifice this j And We Will MONEY
life In Himself. lIe ia the Life. Ha ---- .
year? Save your pennies and send
AfNre--. Until Mrs. J. Frank
that bath the Son of God bath life, and them to India or some other country Suicide.A returns from New York with a Full Line ofLADIES'

he that hath not the Son of God hath not in the shape of a bible, so that som favorite mode of suicide among the

life (John xlv, 6; I John v, 12). We can other little boy and girl may learn African tribes who dwell near Lake AND GENT'S SHOES' -

neither earn nor in any way deserve this that Jesus came to seek and sate tht Nyassa is for a native to wade into the .
: life, for It ia the gift of God(Rom vi. 23) lost" lake and calmly wait for a crocodile to I -

But whosoever will may receive the Brood About W nmrn.Lavatar open its mouth and swallow him. Please You... DRY AND DRESS GOODS
of Life, the Water of Life, the Life itself, ,
the physiognomist declared -
Himself and In Him find
and Christ ,
even
that there were thousands 01 Klnjt'n Hair of Little \alae. CLOTHING AND BENTS
a life begun here, consummated at the FURNISHINGS.Wblch
beautiful eyes to one beautiful nose As a souvenir the hair of dead Eng ,
resurrection and enjoyed through all eternity.
We must come empty and helpless Sir Joshua Reynolds says that "tht !sh monarchs seem to have very little she will SELL CHEAP. Come One Come
the arch of the All to the
as Impotent man atBethseda; then allIs line that forms nosii alue. A lock from the skull of Ed-

ours : beautiful when it is straight"Englibh vard IV. sold in London the other dayor I

B7. "And hath given Him authority to women have large bands the paltry sum of $5.25.
and firm
white and soft
execute judgment also because He is the wellshaped .BOSTON STORE.
Americans have slender .
In grasp; ma--
Bon of Man. In the final day of judgeDtent .
women wet
hand as a ruleFrtDrh:
shall forth from the
all men come small hands but dark 1 Madrid Is the most elevated
formed and [ city In MRS. J. FRANK
And all those who
and be judged Proprietor.
have grave done good shall see the resurrectionof color, and Spanish acd Italian'woml'[ Europe. It is built on a mountain plaIn

have the most beautiful of, all,,units or plateau 2,200 feet above tat level
life and those who have done evU the i of WEST PALM BEACH cud MIAMI

urrection of d"mnIUOD..Ei the woiasn'ot India are.excepted. tilt sea. -. FLORIDA.
--

i.

., f

..... ,_. ...- _.s
>.... --- b '
I --- .. -- 'Ad J1JiJl 'W1 Ir L 11' ,.-. ', -- -- M"

-.. < I' ;" -;: T1, r Jr jj: .: : :. ." _1i j.;',: :- i.I ::



,........'I<".,-, -.=--_.,..........s._k---.. ;:- .':,:"_ _"j', p _.[;,;',;;,;, -,,-''-#_- ."ItIl.: '.,_- 4-. _''''''',""", ,,.r'-oQ,."" __, ':" ,"':,'_

:: ; '

.



I 4 THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST'PALM 'I til:!. ht!;'jh iA-rninj' RY 9. 1899., ,c....1BETTY"SCREENS >

,
'
: THE :WOMAN OF TACT. Florence Millen 111fer 1Migbothzi\\n -:
1 G. ,

:NOW. TFURNITURE 'A'.uS'ERJi.r8IT-: th.Aam. ,u HtrMlf War ta Lied"*'ht h Ck* Yates I -: 1XtlsThe. .- .' ''S' MILLER;: & CO. ;


WITH-UTTLE OUTLAY. She hid"been" talklni 11l&1&ntI'totwo EUaalUhed: 1841- _

x .."....... Md Chla.M Screen c.. lie or three women. She had mad RIAES --WHOLESALECommission --

2'.ukM.&a&'Y.F1. RauoubU ''Frie** aer.odd-byessall cheerful and bright; _

.Si tW c.. 8. xW Hoiiw tXMli and, after' she had disappeared; one '.'- Fish Dealers.
I.&a....... woman turned to another and said in ,;:;:. ,' -

The screens' that7 amid"from. :Japan a tone that was scoffing: "She is' a PROMENADE TOILETTE -r '_ ; < 7 Fulton 'Fish, Market, 'NEWYORK.SPANISH .' ; rr

thorough woman of tact.* ,Now in -
.and China are Left for the moderate .' Yad.itsThis :
Q IU Smart U th Appe..ce StiEEPS-HEAD ,
this case the woman who had said MACKEREL, BLUE FISH.
none but pleasant words 'who, by a '
ilC almost POIIPAIVO R '
/a6nabd"prtce3 town SNAPPER
every ,. GREENTURTLE'ETC.Stencils
.bright story, had prevented the discus\ :. Smart indeed are the promenade toUlettea .
and rat 1Ull'leas city in expenae the country.tDa'be'ma4.Or screens at lion'of a petty scandal was a woman of winter. The waist of ono recently Promptly F irnlsh d. uao\t : :
; '
.Mme: who was as brave-hearted as any that seen was executed In"bekvy tan _4 i
ever lived and who bore not only her broadcloth. 'It completely covered'the .Ad
First determine the size of the
upon own. but the burdens of a good many hips and rounded off at the front precisely '
U. S. MAIL BOAT "ECLIPSE.
'screen, the height of the panels their .
Cuts.
after the style of man's
whether three other'peOple, 'yet she saw no reason : a .
'width, and two, or four
why she should inflict her troubles on way. The sleeves were tight-fitting,
:shall be used. 'A'rcreen of good pn> her friends, or, why she should not be finished around the wrists with band Making daily runs (except Sunday) between West Palm Beach and ,
portion Is one formed of three panels, I .
in its best sense a woman of tact Ju.io, stopping at'all intermediate points.!
fly* and one-half Get high by two feet i;
A woman' of tact' is one who feels I Wh9-U e1the
In Width PASSENGERS, FEEIGHT AND },xrKISS.- Freight carried to'ind'rain i'T ,
that the story told to hurt your feel -
Hare a frame made by the
carpenter, la f F. E C. and landings on the run free dfcharyeSCHEDCLE. f
or better still.'nake'lt yourself If yon ings essentially< bad form and inconsiderate e ; Ry. ..

are deter it such'work. It Is a aim of the feelings of others. .-Boat leaves West Palm Beach, 8 a. m sharp, arrive atJuno1O'O ;: :!
A woman of tact ia the one who Is I i
r a. m. Returning, arrives NVeot PaTin
courteous to old people, 'who laughs ,
"
with the )'OUng-and who makes her* Beach, 1 :10 p.m. *

0 self agreeable to all women in all conditions C t1f' : Steamer ECLIPSE ia for charter afternoons to Fishing, or Tourijtr'arties.
of life. .e

A woman of tact is ,one who makes .

t her good-morning a pleasant greeting; VISITORS-Please note'that the morning trip to Juno' takes passlifers -
her visit a bright spot in the day, and '
through the finest fishing ground of the Lake and to all who de- '
her good-bye a hope that she may coma -
again.A f14 a s' sire i it, gives an hour at Putts Island-the Gem of the Luke-wbeie dinner i .:

woman of tact' la one who does v' ea'sus can be had, and the attractions of this beautiful spot enjoyed. -
not gauge people by their clothes, or : ,
their 'riches, bet who condemns bad it t I also have for charter to pleasure parties the Sailing :Yacht uAr-'"

manners T1IEll ,bur B." .

I A woman of tact is one who Is eout.teou i7PROMENADZ For terms of charter of Steamer or Sailing Yacht, and for any fur-:' '
under all circumstances and In
'J. C Stowers Postmaster at W P. B. ; '
every condition in which she may be 'hHL her information, apply to ,

placed., She is the woman who can receive s WILL H. SANDERS, Owner. ,
the unwelcome guest with a smile t .:
so bright and a handshake so cordial, 1- : : ,

'that. in trying to' make the welcome INDIAN. RIVER ''AND LAKE TOTH STEAMDOAT S RVICE '
1 seem real It becomes so. A'woman of

tact Is one whose love for humanity is ,'"
second only in her life's devotion, and -BJrrWUN- ::
,
SCREEN MADE OF BLUE DENIM whose 'watchword unselfishness- In : Tomrrra- TITUSYILLE, BOCKLEDGE, :JENSEN AND PALM BEACH.Cor1IiENs :'

pie matter to form the skeleton of 'thought'and action. By making self of black velvet The belt and collar "' :
trips of light pine from an Inch to an last it'finally becomes natural to have were' also of velvet. Broad lapels of I SCHEDULE : Jf':

inch and a half In thickness. Only: the it so. broadcloth embroidered In black 1111 On and after Tuesday, February 14th, 1899.

outside pieces and two_ cross pieces_are 'Making a''Corner b'fa. braid trimmed the front i :.--i:

required to brace the frame and mak With little exrense a The skirt of this costume was of -SOUTH BOCm- ,
pretty corner -
it taut and firm. Once the 'trame la' -sofa may be made for a sitting or,draw- dark green and cardinal plaid' lth a Leave TitusvLle, daily except Sunday and Wednesday, 4.00pm ;

completed the rest Is easy. Ing-room. The 'platform; 'one foot in box-like figure of llght'brown'befwfe 4 t* Arrive Rockledge, 630 p"I1-, i

Now stretch over the frame some fignre height, may be made by any,amateuii each square. It fitted closely: over the. Leave Titusville, daily except Sunday and Wednesday, 4.00 pin -,'v .Jj

d burlap that oin be secured at the carpenter. Upon this is fitted a mattress hips and was made without trimming Arrive Jensen, Daily except Monday and Thursday, '10.00 a'm, aLe

low cost of UK futa a yard. Choose or cushion, which may then be of any kind. Titusville, Mondays ,Tuesday a and Friday, 4.00'pirn ,11
,
this for the face of the screen. Place covered as elaborately or as simply: as 'A tan velvet toque with black crowi Arrive Palm'Beach following day, . 230p: *nl s
the frame upon tie floor. Tack the desired, the same scheme being carried and white pigeon was also worn. '
edge of the burlap to the top piece of \
-KOBTH BOUND.-
....... .
the frame and stretch tightly: and tack -- ID Cray Broadcloth.. Leave Palm Beech, Mondsyti, ,Wednesdays, Thursdays, 9.00am

to the lower pieces and sides. In doing The sketch shows a 'deltghtful'llttlestreet Arrive Titnsville, tollowiri day, . 12.30pm :
thlf the edge'df the rlap"ahould be _
+ frock of princess build. 1't. Leave Jensen, daily except Thursday and Saturday . '..00 pm' :
'drawn 'corner r
the of the
over, wood so llI t. waist Is double breasted and eafiroiL* '
that when the'back I"'covered In thesaioVway Arrive Titusville, daily except Sundays and Monday, '12.39pm! -=

all the surface 11'smooth Leave Rockled e'daity except Sundays and Wednesdays, 900 pm '<
a
except the rim of the screen. This rim BEST Arrive Titusville, a 12.30pm

Is then treated by a covering of gimp
narrow i H. GAILIjARD Mgt., T. T. REESE. Agt., CHAS. DAVIES Gea. Agt., '
or braid or a piece of burlap,
j Augustine, Fla. Palm Beach, Fla. TitUiV 11e. }Ia.
hemmed and bound. Fasten It on with tin

brass-headed tacks and the,panel Is

completed.. Light brass hinges JointhepanVIsVaid r ,The 'climate of the 'East'Coait'bf Tlorlda
'
>> the'screen Is ready: for
use. 1:.. ..; j! -* .', Is, nearer, perfection than Chat of 'any
A CORNER SOFA.
Q 8mg
Many other hMP t brlca be .n.
may 'out in the curtain'at'the tack,'which I other ;p1aee'' on earth.: 4 '* '.' 4td
Peed __ .
to these
cover screens. Figured r r. r .t
should be lined with 'a plain color. } it let
'burlaps;blne'denlm.creton.or Inexpensive 'The looping is done'by drawing the ful : .l
tapestries all make admirable sur 'n'w' ,' .
: through brass curtain rings, the o + z
facesThey can' ometlmea be 'c0m- '
lat on either side being finished with
bined with good res-Tilts. Thus a screen ; such
all rllament aa a'Japanese'fan.or ,
I be faced 'WIth denim and the T
may reverse :
any other effective bit of color.'Piled : rtiIAi .
covered with the "
creton. or pan. -H
up with cushions this makes a charming
els may be divided-the upper halt COT .
of
ered with tapestry and, the lower haltwith piece-furniture. j '{{ ". r '
3
some good tone of burlaps; or I Tea fcf Co.rte.,.. r tI. '-. '" i ii 'lr
i the 'three panels may be covered with : f is t I I 'I
Every one aware that much of the
different fabrics. Should the screen tea we drink is tea in name only, so I '-
be intended for me In a1 bedroom It much is it adulterated. But there are WtMf1'D' 'f
'Of
can be made to serve a double purpose 'A $
many beverages called teas which are
by covering but one side with burlap or not' fraudulent 'manufactures, though II

denim. The cross pieces,should be they are called by' the name of the 'NLi V an

'three or four in number and the frame delicious Chinese leaves.' In Mauritius, 1 1,

generally strengthened a little when, for example, they make tea of, the
leaves of an Orchid. r1 1I
-.1 r
In Peru, they drink mate, a'tea made a
from a native species of holly.
I
WnKliY1 PAPER
The Abyssinians make tea from the >.-'
leaves of the catha edulis. which has

such stimulating qualities that to chew
'
a single leaf will produce all the effects

of .I strong 'cup of, coffee. It is most
I
f valuable to travelers. pr GRAY BROADCLOTH." I

The 'Tasmanlans are said to be the ered along the border of the rounded, 'In Tire

r lucky owners of no fewer than 100 tabs. Huge neck boa and ""grandmoth
,.. Plubtioit
Far ta* boa Onig Gro PUwppU ,
t kinds of leaves from which tea can ba e1'" muff.
Cocotiit m.Ill TcgrtitU Flail of tt* coutrjr trOwtuy it
made 'while 'the Tonkinese have tea
from'berries, leaves; wooda'and barksof Lavender RedlrlTM. \CTDLLX RITEB, LAKE iTOBIH and BISCIYXE'Bit ; ,

trees. Old-fashioned la vender-prtume h sail''I are reached fna Iietuaiillt via the I

_In_ Sumatra_ ___u_ cofff__ __ leaves__ __ are__ nut m__ come back to favor-among .the many- FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILNAY" ,;
the teapot and the result is said to be other revivals of nearly: a century ago;'IST.AYK OrFtOHlDl:
8CREEX FOR'A FIBEPL CE.
excellent. It appears in the list of French .extracts -'
'
'side of the'screen
presto, the reverse and sachets and Its delicate
towel rack. .. ..... ,
becomes a''wardrobe-and The Sla B.I. fragrance exhales from the petals of ,
,
'By fastening books In the top strip of Every Siamese girl who reaches a choice Parisian-made artificial flowers. 11

the screen'dr8Uaa 'un be hung upon certatn'age without marrying is tick- The color of the lavender Is agreeableto

it, and towels, stockings, etc. can be eted and labeled aid placed in a privi many people who do not like other,' . . .. .e.

placed on the cross pieces. There Is leged class, under the special care of perfumes. In Imagination It is always 1.

really 110'end to'the uses to which the king, who' binds himself to find a associated with freshness, sweetness
JH tan *f haW tax,"bit lout tf Florid*",1M., etrnlwkr
screens may be put, and their manufacture husband for them all. His method is and housewifely daintiness. Poets
Is so simple and BO Inexpensive delightfully simple. A prisoner in any have sung the praise of lavender, and lIorl.. Mi ether lafarMtlot, I44re
i.K.riuoir, /.P.BECiirrra 7.FXJU.D.UJI1D
of the Siamese gain his ,
'that Ingenious woman jails may par
may pos- in
every general estimation the odorous
Advertising
grey- tJet.lnt'\.......... Tue.-...,.,. L a M.
sees one.T.ial.itiWIf. don and release by marrying one of the blue-tinted spike ranks next only to '
ineligible class. Whether he is already tiT, 4tCitSTL'Ea
the regal rose and the modest violet ,
HU a..I.... ........ married or not is not of great consequence

Tol tol' leaves all practical matters ; for in Slam it is not necessaryto Te read Waterproof del).

relating to his publications to his wife. draw the line at one wife. Mackintoshes, which with autumnal Rate "' Sheet Ocean Steamship Company

She supervises the printing, attends to rains become necessities, may be mend.
a IUallt Be Adopted Here.
... the correspondence and reads the I There are curious customs in some ed when torn In the following manner: "SAVANNAH LINE.. :

;proofs. She has brought oct two complete parts of the Middle Empire, as China Dissolve some pieces of pure India rub
: editions of his works, one in a is called. Young girls who are mar- ber In naphtha to create a stiff paste; 4 Florida i

,sumptuous form the other a cheap edition choose a piece of stuff as much like UK \fallbe
hair in
their
a long plait
riageable wear Sent onApplicatibn. .
:' for the public. Their text is iden down their back while in this a red waterproof material as possible and To New York j._And Boston.A .

i, tlcal but the edition de luxe has a Interwoven. This only I apply some of the cement to It and to "
ribbon Is can
!' number of portraits of the author be worn by one who is unmarried and. thetorn, edges of the mackintosh. Then Short Rail Ride to Savannah, Thence
..
sou of which cannot be obtained elsewhere is not bound by marriage engagements.! bring the torn parts over the new material N A Short Sea Voyage.
to form a patch and place a .
HI.1l.fort..ate' A..t. weight over the part until'tie cement Sailing from Savannah: ,

I t ''A..de. WM .. She-After all, you must admit that la quite set and firm.Threat 5 Ships Each Week 5
TVomea'are keenly competing with
women are better than men. I
--- -
tnen in art and professional life''in He-Oh, I don't know. The Bible ('au..... -

America as Is shown by recent stalls doesn't say anything about seven devils The throat should be round fun and All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with sailing schedules. Write for gen.'

,tics. In the;United States there are being cast out of a man. pillar-like and nothing will give thus eral information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation, or call on

...000 actresses and 85.000 women vocal She:-No, of course not: he has everyone qualities so quickly as the dally ever ,E. H. HINTON Traffic Manager, WALTER HAWKINS Fla.J>au. Agt..

iits and Instrumentalist; 11,000 are of them yet. else of rolling the head complete Savannah Ga. Jacksonville, Fla 3.10 \
professional' artiste' t 890 Journalistsand' around, several times In one direction
1.800 who are engaged In literary ProperGooseberry Derly.tI... -
I and an equal number in the opposite
'work'cf Subscribe Sun.
6. .
.
comber of women' who'ire'dramatic 1 gooseberry foule-milled or pressed like mIlo aid'striarthsaa t&wsll. "' \ I

,.autkaft err theatrical p'Aftaprala x00.t. gooseberries. I ,
.- -- -


.

- .. .
(, I I use nan or UluW'ers will --
-. Iplaut, more of his "{ nnd The
So ----1.- of this linn an
OD the $
-- fi.llI eof
.... paper. p

_, ,, _- .; d r
,
.
,
RH -- -- ---, -, ---. ',',


-....,-.... Moo.p',ii ii i -- c- =; r ,

c'I',..,.,.J., ; ,;-- t... : --...,



0 -,.I -,,,."" -...._ 'J" .. -- ...., ,- ,- -------v.; .,.- _., -.-.- .....,." : ..,,. '.
__ iLji t.nr ..
_ _' ,. '" _:_ ... 'o.:;;. r: =,'-"""" -:- Poo"" t,,.. "."!""t'-"F"." J.
'

: .. ..... .., ;.. ,, 1& j. --, ,ILi. ..J' If'T .. .! -A:>-- .4flI "..... '""":"' : -. '. '
J .- ... "l
of
T--- .
: ,


:: I

I .8 THE lC L StW, WEST .PAL1. 1EAdH, FLOkllJ, Tllt1nSDA Y. FEBRUARY 9, 1899. -


-- __ ', _on_ _____ :_ I

MAN ON THE CORNER Has it occnred to the business men of UJEWcLtD! RAILROAD: WATCHES G. A' J

this town how useless it is to try to lo .

pt cate one's self on business stationarywhen ,' .*. ;* CLOCKS and JEWELRY East Coast Residents... ,:. I a 2

He Hears Everything and Print Everything there is no clue to the names of ,
f EVERYTHING UP TO DATE.c-'-
He Hears. our town streets save on a printed map J Who visit Jacksonville are invited to viai ,.' I
of the municipality? How many quest ; Fine Nickle Movement in Screw Brzel, Dust-Proot Case-
.' sent to address on receipt of $5.00. 3
any
Mev ions it would answer for visitors ot people 1
r Commits That Darkest Is Light '. Florida'SJewelryStore *

ButeIt Sweat, Salt Is Fresh, Tall II. looking for business houses if neat SPECTACLES EYEGLASSES. :t \ O

Short or That Wrong Is Right. little sign boards were found at each cor ------ Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing Promptly Attended to. I

.. ner designating the streets? Not a day .) 3S EAST BAY STREET (I
I Charge paid one ay. R. J. RILES -
passes that some stranger is not heard g

If there i is one thing more importantor inquiring for Narcissus, Banyan Olive or I 5-12 225 W. Day, Everett Block, JACKSONVILLE, FLA JACKSONVILLE.
that lies closer than another to the ,
Evernia streets or Clematis Avenue.

very heart of American institutions The streets of this town have euphonious coJ
is the education of the of land. No catches of fish jQreenleaf &
youth the names and it is only fair to the enquiring ', big reported yet by WHERE \WORSHIP Crosby

.The scope of this most impoitant matter public that the streets should be any of the fishermen though all of them

is so wide and so reaching that I are catching a few. ...

want at this writing to touch on but one properly designated. A Resume of the Work of the Local 3 ...l3irtbdnl and Bedding presents... a
Mrs. M. A. Majewski, opposite the
phase of the subject-and that the
very Masonic Temple has added icecream Pastors. 3 e e e e e e e e e (1
And wcrd mothers Do an
foundation of the whole structute-and now a to : yon .,.

I desire to make the entire considerationof honestly think it is lair to take little babies parlor to her othtr business.
Tbe News of All the Religious Institutions '
the sul jrct apply to West Palm Beach to a place of worship or to any public Miami's marshal has begun crusadeof A foretelling of Future Church FUN AND FACTS. EPWORTH LEAGUE.

gathering where people have assembled -
and its utal i.1terests. extermination: against unlicensed dogs
Events.KpUeopal .
to be instructed or entertained? I'm there are some unlicensed curs also in -.- The young people of the Epworth

Said a visitor to this town last week- sure I don't think so, and I believe there this town. 1 I Witty Sayings Interspersed With League will bold their regular devotional

are about one hundred people who ex. S nvle... meeting Sunday afternoon at 3
and he was a man of National promi. Business Bargains.Fine every
,b nonce-"but few things are lacking to perienced what I did last Sabbath who Egg plant are so low in': the northern; tI'ISCOI'\L: cauaeHBetlwsIaby.the.sea.Ksv.J.. N. MULPORD, Rector.. o'clock P. M., at the Methodist church. t\

make this an ideal home place, and one will heartily agree with me. It might market it hardly pays to ship them now RFV.L. I'ITZ-JAMES HINDS \gs't Miui-tcr. Program for February 12, 11199-
but beets though Service every Sunday rooming at II o'clock. Butter, Fresh Eggs andGoods Good
are bringing a fairprice
of the is happen to be necessary to have one'child Sundav School at m.bnuriiiKriuuu Come and bring your friends.
most important a completeachof.l 3 p.
of all kinds at the Clematis Avenue
with one at a public service, Hut but few are shipped from here. OF ST. ANDREW.-Meet* on Subject-"Joy in Finding the Lost"
system rangiog from kindergarten / Inc Second and fourth 'weilniwday each Supply Store.MaragretI '
to academy grades" The Man On The there is no reason on earth or in the conception Six pompano averaging thirty pound$ m W.:mn.t. ...,P'. HINDU,Director. Leader, Miss Gussie Moffatt.
Aiinsraowu.JL Secretary.
Corner wa impressed by the earnestness of man why a crying child shoul4be each were to be seen at F. A. Reynold' think long engage Opening song, No. II. .

and intelligence of comment made by kept in 'an audience hall to the diS fish house the first of ;he week and not )'(. B. Church. South. merits are dntefttable, don't you? Prayer-Rev. ]. R. Walker' ,

the gentleman, and as his remarks were traction of a speaker who is attemptingto one of them weighed less than twemty- Service will be held in their new church' Isabel Well, thev'ra better than Song No. 63. j

right in line with what you have often edify his hearers with the finished five pounds. _ each building month on it the II First a. m.and and Third 7:30 p.Sundays m. Every ot none.Detroit News. Reading of lesson, Luke :xv, l-ioj! by

do product of a week's hard study, thoughtand Hl'VC. buscordLillTinviteil: 10 atteud. "I was glad Leader. ;
rirged editorially Mr. Editor, I not
: when they mid unto '(. into he house No need sending from home for
E. Clark of Little Rock. :; who me i- go away
KyP
preperation, nor to torture a large ; Prayer-Dr. D. A.Thomason. "
.
of the Lord. tUv.t. K. \i
feel l that I am out of place in intruding ILKKB, Pastor. any boats wheu Capt. A. T. Rose can
and appreciative audience, many persons was formerly engineer on the old ferry build fine Song No. 83. '
my humble views. In fact, the cause ol you one as or as cheap as you ( r
education is of such interest to me that I of which may have come many boat here, is back in town again and as- Congregational CbUI' b. want. See him. and place your order Explanation of lesson-Leader. .

aUais elad "air tnt ideas" this miles, or perhaps have made considerabl sisting John Mullikin.in running: the Rev. S. D. PAINE, PaHt"r. \.1._ ..h__ .1._._ t.__ ._ 5..__ ...__ 1 Reading-R. F. Whitehurst. '
am to on SMI, aiirr ue. au IU
!; It'ULllt' ,
Services at 11 a. in. an l 7:00 m. Sunday lufjr !
p.
suhject and in doing so this week I but sacrifice in one way or another to be electric light plant . .<\whuo and Patttor'u Bible (.'bs at 10 a. III.CbrMiaD had buried the man alive they 'ex, Song No So.--- ii

voice the sentiment ol scores of citizens present. Geo. C. Howe,*prpMiejtpi'' 'of the Ho- Wedne Endeavor..d.:y at at 7 p 6 in.SO p. in. I'raytrMeeting humed him." Reading-MIss Lulu Angevine." '

and visitors whose, remarks I-have overheard a a a a a tel Hibiscus over on the East Side, left I i Duet-Miss Lelia Anthony and. Ceo.
"f xhunletl him? What for? Whylon't *
.... from my ingle-nook. I do not wish to be understood by the last Friday for Daytona and St. Augustine St. Ann'a Catholic Church. L. Branning. ;

a above as being unkindly disposed to to look after hotels in those other Beginning with Sunday. Junuarv Hth. there they p at once and have him Continuation of tory-Miss Lelia
I will lie holy Mass and Sermon Simdit.vat "
r\er.v ? Record.Ladies'
ilug -Chicago .
To make this in every way a desirable children, for such an assumption is too and lesser East Coast resorts. 10 o'cliM-k: a. m. Sunday l'/'hclIIl.tt 3 p. III., .. up Anthony. .
t ___ __ and Vesper nerire 7 Ji''II'I". III. -
Song No. 222.Voluntary .
violent to be considered. I love child-
place for family residence, West Palm Fine Dress GoodsGents'Fine
Every day boat of On week day Mat will lie at 7a.m.
pleasant now
den and have consideration for every BAZAAR. remarks by members'a.nd
Clothing-at
Beach must be supplied with a properly every SISKIN'S .
the Flagler fleet of launches and sailboats

equif ped and perUianently established them and for their tired, worried and evening Stan hedge, 4o. 46, "I've been visitors. .
and all the outside launches and just taking gag.
Kindtrgarten, conducted by a teacher or fond mothers, but I must say that thereis Knights of Pythias, Prayer--Geo. L. Branning.
boats have been busy taking tourists out Meet..evei jr Friday Night at 8no o'c1ochtand- "Tcothnche'l""So Announcements.
limit to the forbearance
Suchan a a
teachers experienced in the work. parent
ard M'.tr. Vlsil: tmhen ordfcilly invited.
f fishing! or on pleasure excursion lC fulkinp to lift. insurance
a
institution is needed here and now- should expect from a public audience Cabl'e Hall over Cublic School Building I Closing Song No. 127.

light now, and it cannot be established. A church is not a nursery-not withstand W. R. Healy returned this week from W. V. ARMSTaONG.Ja.C.C.Gu'yLMwrcsi.p.K.oIR & s. a 4-97. ltJput-St'w York World.:. I League Benediction.

too soon. This is not said at all in dis- ing the urgent invitation I am told was Havana, having given up his business Dr. R. F. Whitebnrst, Specialist.All .4U.

paiagement of the little school DOW being extended to mothers recently by a young venture there. He was taken with a diseases ot the Bicycle successfully OUR ARBOR DAY.

conducted by one of our most esti- minister. A babe in arms is hardly competent severe case of fever while there and was THEY CAUGHT FISH. treated. Will be found at

nidble jouiiK ladies, for that is .uell and to come under the purview of the compelled to give up his residence and Adams' Bic>cle Hospital. Our public school was sot behind the

most welcome in lien of a completely admonition quoted-"Bring up a childin return to the States. Up at the Inlet last Friday, and they Gadby-I hear that Jerkins has others in celebrating Arbor Day last
it was all the fault of Dr. A. N.
'equipp d institution. Can not this demand the way it should, eta." Better keep What is known as the Arthur C. Curtis say of St Louis for started a sausage factory. Friday, but after a regular session 01
taking along
he met ? Does not some citizen' the babe at home than drive aWRY a doz. Jackson property over on the East Side I the right kind of bait and enough of it. ,Rugby-Yes.Gadb.v i the school in the forenoon,the children

know of a competent experienced kin. en adults from attendance on divine or How's he ? when they came back from dinner each
adjoining the Hotel Hibiscus, was sold But to begin at the beginning, we I getting on
dergarten instructor who will come and other sen-ices. brought a tree or shrub with them and
under foreclosure sale at Juno Mondayand will state that Dr. A. N. Curtis, Harry Rugby-Making both ends meat, I .

do well for herself while doing well for bid in by Mr. Echols for ]. W. Leach, L. Gray Geo. Mullen and J. guess.-New York Sunday Journal.No the afternoon was spent in setting them ,- :

the community In coming? It is quite common to hear young man Plank, of Harrisburg, Pa., the holder of Davis, all guests of the Seminole, hear out nuder the supervision of Principal
these days flippantly comment on giddy the first matter what supplies people*want J. c. Harris and Assistant Mia Lola
mortgage. ing that could be had in catching
sport they can get them at the Clematis Avenue -
I have been interested and amused a girls and maidens, more advanced Angevine. A large number trees were
fish, and sport being one of their objectsin Supply Store. '
great deal lately in listening to the various years. Occasionally a bright woman The firm of J., S. Warner Si Co.,-.oJ this the set out, mostly of the rubber or wild fig

auses assigned by people as to how comments on the reverse side of the picture ., Miami. are planning to handle the'- jg services visiting of Capt. country,John Tucker, engaged and his When you hear a fellow say the variety, the same as are now growing to

they caught ihat now National ailment and it seems that at least one of our crop of vegetables in Dade this, season, sailing craft to taxe them and a full world owes him a living, you may finely along our public streets. Flowers

commonly termed "the grip." One man, brainiest sisters has made a pretty care and are saving to the growers thousand know he is one of its poor relations. also were set out. every child having "
cargo of bait and other supplies tome
a New Yorker, who suffered from.themalady ful, analysis .of oar kind. That well of dollars in the reduced prices, on crates.. .L L. L_ ," L __, _L up_ Dptrnir., Frw _Prosa. .. .. I brought something, and Mimi Ifaltbr
---- - -- '
iniei, wuere nsn were saia to aooona.The
for four leafS in succession, escaped known writer, Ella Wheeler Wilcox, paper, freights etc., they have secured. also came with some shrubs and flowers,
start was made from the railroad A violin fifteen in
splendid 'years
: it this year because he. says be states that a man is in his pinfeather period Read their. page announcement. in thi use but a place was found for everythingand
!
dock aud the
kept his feet dry, and'now he is satisfied at 14 and despises all girls adores paper. _' **. early Friday morning in first-class condition, can be. boughtfor the children seemed greatly inter
Inlet was reached in dne time and '
Instrument .
$25.00. I
thai the,.disease is contracted through mature onesat 18, knows everything at 20 guaranteed.Address ested in the matter and promise to look

the feet. And right on top of this another begins to realize that he knows nothing O. B. Sias the well known ticket agent safely, no one having been seasick on "Violin,"' care TROPICAi SUN. after and care for all the things that
the the doctor having that
seen
man comes along who says he has had at 30, is delightful and dangerous at.38, over at the Royal Poinciana, reports way "Cruel and unnatural!" moaned were set out All that will be needed
suitable taken
preventatives
larippe for five years in .succession, and charming at 50. I would not be so sales of tickets for January this year and used as required. were along Trickly. Hepowo father has'broken now is a nice fence and our school

aid. he'wean. two wuoden legs ready to endorse the conclusions of Sister $i&Jo in excess of what he sold duringthe grounds will soon be made an ornamentto
.. Upon arrival lines were at once thrownout our engagement.
ffc..%.. '* a Wilcox were it not that she has so same month last year; This is a big the town.CHANGES.
and fish immediately began to come "Forbidden your marriage?
The ether day t heard a man 'cussing aptly, so appropriately dnbbed me ,as straw shwingthe increased popularityof ....
in, friend Gray, for his size and age "No, but didn't you see by the papers -
out" a newspaper because he had .heard 'charming." It is the one drop of solace the East Coast of Florida as a wioKr IN TOWN OPPICJ:RS.
proving to be the most dexterous of the that he had failed-Dctroit
of something having appeared in its columns I have had since I passed the half. resort _____ -
.that had slightly punctured his I century post, party in alluring the finny prizes from Free Press. At a special meeting of the Town

skin. In fact, I judged that the refer. a *, a The Steamer Eclipse has had tourists their native element- Harry Leach wasa -Hats, Shoes and Caps-the Nobbiestand Council Wednesday night, the resignations -
close second, but all the gentlemendid of Alderman Geo. S.Adams, Asses
complained of had appeared in this It would seem that the advent of this and passengers every pleasant day the Neatest-at SIRKIN'S BAZAAR.
nobly, though the doctor's time was W. H. Russell Treasurer S. IL Hap
very column. If I was correct in my country on its several new fields of con- past week or more, some going the sor ,
mostly taken up in furnishing bait, K Willis-Did the doctor do anythingto and Clerk J. E. Glem, were re
I I round for: for persett
surmise, and whether was or not quest, appropriation, expansion or what trip j just 'pleasure, some
his score was not as large as it otherwise hasten rt'Cofl'ry'l c-ived and .
your accepted.The
want to say right now: The Man On The not, has been attended by numerous experiences trolling and some bound for Cragin's,
might have been, and friend Mullen, Wallace-Oh, ; he told me he Council then proceeded to enactan
doeiot be Pitts Island other noted along yes
Corner piopose to "personal"in as new and novel as they have or places
his comments only where public inter- been in some instances perplexing. Even the Lake and coming back on the through his hurry to land it, lost of was going to charge me fivedollarsavisit. ordinance consolidating the offices of
course the biggest fish of the day. one Clerk Treasurer and Assessor, and Geo.
ests arc involved and the course, conduct the soldiers run into the amusing features Eclipse on her return trip. .-Harlem Life.
that the doctor said would have weighed S. Adams was elected to fill the consolidated -
and methods cf men are such as to at times, as the following examplewill Will call to Manicure, Shampoo and
uineteen and half if it had
pounds
.affect the public generally in the 'comr illustrate. In a letter received by Henry Grant and several other of our a give Electric treatments. Miss Quinn, office.
local have to Miami to been landed. West Palm Beach. At the next meeting of the Council the
carpenters
then it is and will gone
of
mnnit); my privilege W. E.,Montgomery, Macon. Mo, from
Lunch was served but little of it was election of Alderman to fill Mr.Adams' .
work.on the new Yacht Club House that an
be to what I think is for his
my pleasure say nephew, Harry T. Montgomery, a "Let me see mused the sporting
is to be built there. It js to be similar to eaten, as no one felt like paring time unexpired term will be the orderof
the of this
the best interests of people private in the Thirteenth Minnesota, editor. "What j is incubator?"
for such an
ordinary occupation as business.
the the Poincianna any
municIpality one over on Royal
stationed
Manila he
now curious incident at which relates.in this the grounds and will probably be built on eating when fish were there waiting to "An incubator" replied the agricultural : --...

It must be remembered that a news.- Kansas City Times: appears the grounds of the Royal Palms or other be caught, so the business of the day editor, "U an eg plant.- FISHING IN LAKE WORTH.

'..-paper' is not published- to inlorm people .A- merchant--.----. nf-- th-,. *-,..11.t...,...A.." land of Mr. Flagler's on the Miami water mission.was proceeded with without any inter- Chicago Tribune. "'V..5"_ ,'___*" I4&"....._.-_.."..'.._..'.:."._. .'....l..t7....EU'JL.....".
c : of just what they would like to bear, but class came to the camp one day and front. I
that know how to first-class
Human endurance has a limit, and -People buy alwaysgo has acquired as a fishing resort -
told of the death
be and is of a fnend. He
what beard that
ought to : to the Clematis Avenue Supply Storeto !
said his friend's last request was thata Herbert Crook, representing the well the fishermen reached that limit long make their the following will fairly illustrate.
pattly) the mission of The Man On The purchases.
certain one of those "beautiful known Jacksonville business house of before the shades of evening began to Wednesday coming down from Jnno on

Corner I noticed a little paragraph in American tunes" be played during Kohn, Fnrchgott & Co. has been visit fall, and one by one they began to sink Maud-If you attempt to kiss me. the mail steam Eclipse, T T. Reese,
a State the other day that gave expression the march to the cemetery The
paper
desuetude until I'll scream.IiekYoui. W. H. Sanders and C. C. Horiston tried
did not know the of ing this section recently and doing a big into a state of innocuous :
to bit of truth and can messenger name
a you
the piece, aud the leader of the reg- buMnes. :tthadeserv.ed. Brother Crook, the doctor and friend Gray were the father will hear you. their hands at blue fishing. They had
it Mr. Editor to of several 1'
quote some your tment band played a few notes from besides be'tstli; me .representative of the .only ones left on duty, and they decided Maud-I never thought of that.- five lines out, caught 29 fine fish in run
critics. Jt read as follows: .- different selections nutil he struck fish for ning through two schools, and at times
above big rdejilantile firm is also Grand that as they bad enough one Brooklyn Life.
.. "A Hot Time in the Old
The newspaper man who succeeds The native Town To- Master at Arms of the Grand Lodge of day and fun enough for several, they --- -. each of the five lines had a fish on at the
expects to be maligned by every law-. night. clapped his Boat building done right at home, in
breaker: swindler and hypocrite, hands and said that was the identical the Knights of Pythias for the State of might as well turn the further shaping the most approved manner, goal workmanship same time. _.a

every carping critic and every loverof tune his dead friend wanted. It Florida and as such his many bro her of affairs over to Skipper Tucker and and at living prices. Call on

notoriety who is ignored The seemed a trifle ode to play that frolicking Knights here were pleased to greet him. let him run it, which they did, and the Capt A. T. Rose. MELBOURNE CHAOTAUQUA.
air at a funeral, and the musician j'
newspaperman thicui-h life without bo being expects mi..r togo preI endeavored to point out the incongruity At the February- -meeting of the skipper at once hoisted in his anchor, lnhlN'; : ; all tie world's a theater, asthepoft The third annual assembly of the

rented and unjustly censured should ofit,but it was wanted and County Commissioners at Juno Monday raised his sails and run for home, ," mused Mr. Perry East Coast Chautaoqna at Melbourne r, I

nuke arrangements to die young." nothing else. The obsequies were a getting them here in good season for says opens on the iSth inst. An excellentten I
and Messrs. Lainhart,Shone and White were he )IMX I have
big thing the members the" hundred and eleven l'atcl tic, "but I only
aMid supper ana with one days programme has been atranged.
band did their best to the G. W. Lainhart
keep straight only ones present.:
now come our visitors on wheels faces as they slowly headed the procession acted as chairman pro tern, as Chairman pounds of fish to their credit for their ever: had at" the performance has beena For program and full particular write to ,

with a complaint, and as The Man On down the streets, grinding N. W. Pitts was unable to attend, day's sport, to say nothing of the big box cur. -Cincinnati Enquirer. I Rev. E. W. Butler. Melbourne, Fla. 1.jJ

The Comer has investigated the cause out as solemly as they could the one that they failed to catch. .
"new National anthem." It being confined to his bed by a severe a'. Expert Stenographer (own machine- ------
thereof be cait\ vouch. for its being well- was The outing was an enjoyable one to Bookkeeper,Teacher Chap-
experienced
i probably the first occasion where "A tack.pf heart disease, from which he is NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. ._
founded. Oue of the advertised attract Hot Time in the Old Town" did a chrome sufferer. CUUlUlls.iollerVY.. all concerned, the day was fine, no one eron. Miss H X. Quinn, Pa m Beach. ...

ions of West Palm Beach is the bicycle duty asadirg;. met with any mishap, even such a little Cora What did when Dick An important meeting of the Florida
Rushing s absence was owing to his be- you say
path leading south of town; but when one as falling overboard, fun was plen- East Coast Telephone Company will be
ing in Key \Vest at present on private expressed a ilw-ire to kiss you?
the cyclers strike Olive Street they strike Several of the good housewives in buSluc&o. tiful, fish more so and enough of them h-ld at Hotel Boynton, Boynton, Flori.
lJora-1 told him that I l
trouble From Ba y an to Datura streetsit town are complaining of the prevalenceof -- caught to satisfy everybody, and red supposed da, at 5.30 p. m., on Saturday, the nth

but when about halfway Frank be had ad. lib. and each lit- was junt mean enough U have his inst. .
is rough, you get tramps. They are becoming too numerous M. Stan on.of the Philadelphiafruit noses were to

Jown the block between Datura and for comfort or safety. 'Many and vegetable comulI iou house of member of the party brought one home own way.-N.Y. Journal. -e.

Evenia the shell is all worn away and it women will comply with their demandsfor Frank M Stanton & Co. has been here with him, and even the doctor said his E. F. Haines has arrived and will be A CARD.-

is so soft that many are compelled to dismount food rather than nsk being insulted. the past few das to see where all the supply of them was quantum sufl. found Weybrecht's Machine Shop, I wish to take this means to thank all

while some others take headers There is plenty of work that could be pineapples his house received from here All in all it was a very pleasant time and will do all kinds of repairing-Guns, my former customers for their patronage

when they strike the soft places. Olive done on the streets, and the operation ofa last summer came from and to arrangefor for the participants, and even the fish Pistols, Bicycles Chair Locks wheels and any kind and to bespeak the same for my sncces
work. tor
of iron sale.
street was only shelled to a width of street gang once or twice in the season handling some of the large vegetablecrop did their duty by being! on hand and ii-3-if. sor the,City Mr. J.Market.P. Mendel I still, now retain proprietor and will of

eight feet to start with, and now that is would cause the gentry to give the towna that is no* fast getting in condition hungry enough to make it interestingfor continue the bicycle business at the old

jitpread or worn through until he street wide berth. Let the town once get to ship. W M Knox the local representative the fishermen and keep up the rep. Mamma: "From t\ hat animal do stand, and will be pleased to have the

is in very bad condition. The Town the name of being "easy" and it will ofthe firm was with Mr. Stan- utation of the Lake for always furnish. we get our milk?" Fltwcie: "From continued patronage of all my old customers -

Council should look after this one of the soon become the Mecca for all the"cross- ton and they repoit xond success in get ing fish to sportsmen if they are sports the milkman.Trained Mother- and to receive that of as many
hood. new ones as see fit to give me call.
m ist important streets in town. It is tie tourists" in the land. ting shipments promised them. men enough to know what kind of baitto GEO. S.a ADAMS
,
the only connecting with the bicyCle Yours on the Lookout, use to coax the; fish to bite atd know Clothing for the crowd or any mem Ex-Proprietor City Market and Propri.

trail sooth of town i THK MAN Ox Tag CORNER. Subscribe for The Sun. how to catch themwhen they do bite. her of it at SIRKIN'S BAZAAR. etor of Bicycle Hospital.

,

i;


I.J


-_.-. ,- ,- -- -, .- .- ".J< .-< ..' .< .' ... -: -" .
1" "' r17IT. -t : .. -r. : -
'-. """ 1 "' o.."" .-,,,-. .,-- ."s. ._....,._ 1ST 12: "' .--"--,,. ,;:.V'- ., -_ 'i .