The Tropical sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075915/00551
 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 16, 1899
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
lccn - sn 83025639
System ID: UF00075915:00551
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Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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HERE AND THERE. and so late that It will be almost imposs

., ible to replace them *. LIVELY LOCAL LINKS.Whit W&. COUNTY, TIDINGS The freeze came at last hitting ns hard -
.., ... Monday night and PURELY PERSONAL.
All the brat Tuesday morning and
Scraps el New About This aid That cottages ia town already -II'-
have tenants, but there few the Sti.'. Men Heard'hi The at this writing, it appears that all tender ->-
a4 Different are a .of the I f Budget of Interesting Items From
r Things :smaller still vegetables not covered are killed and the People
ones vacant .Lively Local u They Come and Qo
WhlrUr.li. -People
.., Correspondents.I pines ppies.badly hurt even the fruit in

'. ..WIT Votes and It..s et tatrfstharybody is There vat some talk about celebrating ai' 4.t. -- :- moat cases being injured. Ice an eighth You May"or May Not'Know.

r !. CsaeraJ ant Nobody Washington's Birthday which is next A Mirror of llno*..Bapptnlais, Aeeldsnts Very' Crctlitlr'- CpntflUd\ ";,-i"""""'Csnflud't". to of an inch thick was formed in, water -.-

la Particular week Wednesday do now what are you going Coming Kvsnts-. and tGalin 1 i, .to'nkl.li otltoit"iaterti|A-tie, tand the tempatare was reported as low A lUIange of rsnonal lUmt-Vlsltori lathe
to about itT
.----,.. of Current Gossip. CliUtss of adt.Waaty'i aA s8. pity and Citizens Visiting. .

All the The special Ash Wednesday .n H, Sanders oat or the City.a. .
: trains (from the north now are : service -'I' hiving decided that Lelax'had
loaded with wu held at the church of Bethesda New potatoes were brought to enough collisions ... J
pasaengtrr r. -by* 4, :. w J :BOTITOl BREEZES- to xatisfy him,

Yesterday the-Sea yesterday morning at it o'clock by J. N. Parker Tuesday from his Dixie / ff."tl. '( ... ,. :' has been busy the past week straightening Joe S.Earman arrived<< in torn Sunday

wu Aeh Weduday,the be- Rena. /. N. Mulford and L. Fitz-James plantation and they were fine ones. t, }'I. ,,{ ._.l n.. corners and in other ways,trying to and left again Tuesday night: business..
ynning of L*.t 'ftlTtLl
; HindI]' officiating. During Lent there RIVER RIPP1ES. "e '.' l lessen the- danger of navigation Miss
Mrs.Shngart along
l preside at the
orga* Segal who has
will be If at .
It List Saturday wu the evening. prayer every Wednesday next Sabbath Coo the bicycle path from'ton out this
. z anniversary of at 4 o'clock. ,morning, at the,Congregs' way the Boston Store for the past two
: .... Lincoln's birth and duly celebrated f U tional Church and Miss Rose Sanders in 1 Thf freere- last Monday night killed and if others along the path will help a three weeks Wt last'Saturday or .
: night for
:.;. ;, jl'e localities bat it seems'to have been S the evening. ill t h* tomatoes in the neighborhood. little it can easily be made the safest as her Mme in AI..mi. .. .

forgotten here. 'The'following is( said to have beenwritten fi Thw are quite ll number{of frozen fish, well as the best bicycle path in this C. l-

r an editor by a man who felt that At the adjourned meeting of the City In the My,several large tarpon,- section.. Conrad' of the* Anhenser-Busth

The sugar crop of the world amounts taking his county paper was a waste of ConnPotU lact Friday afternoon Ben M. otl'talr)tarlag amongst The itrong Brewing Association: of .Si. Louis,,!*
westerly wind of
ai -to a formal year to about 8.000,000 ton,, 1 time and money. "I think fokts otto war elected alderman in place -: Sunday stopping over at the East Side but is[ a

:; -.", .- of,which the larger part aboot 4,500,000tossi stop paying out that mnnny for papers, Geo. S. Ademe,-resigatd. qf I :4 Sunday adI.oa1..nt be held' at tbi night an 1 morning caused such a high frequent victor to, and guest of the

?.. ; comes- from beets and the remain* my did dident and evry buddy he := Episcopal chci aeitSandar afternoon asa-oa the East Side of the Lake that it Seminole. Hotel in this city. .
! says ,The sloop "Princess" from at kalf .. : tor laments and other boats
: der op the River past a o'clock 'i0' .i from theirmoorinfiaad
tons from the
jjaojooo was
intelligentes in
sugar cant man the kentry ssrs, A. W. Taylor
with cruising Jas. Woodruff
a party on U.dup fastenings and drove
; andCeorgezapfaadsimen.enttojnn hoard The weather several
raised the was the coldest I jr.
smartest family of bolas ever of Salem
Ohio who! .
at the Railroad wharf Monday and knows ) of them oa the rocky shore: dams wnh their
that ever diged tateers. here and the"vegetable> g' families
o ''. is staying for a few days. are all powers ing< ,them to a greater or less extent even are spending the winter here,
'' feeling blue arch its left
; disastrous last
In hit launch'Olga Monday to look tf ter The Late'Worth Literary and Social Mrs Shngsrt will lead the e6ectj breaking one or t.o' of them to pieces night for a trip to Havana via

."' '' : his plantation there-covering 'up the Club held its usual meeting on Thursday Endeavor< at the Congregational Christian s The' before.the owners were aware of it or if Miami leaving their families' behind.

-piaeapplea, protecting his blossoming the 9th inst at the home of Mrs. Sack- next Churcl Episcopal service at the new aware, could do any thing to prevent it Mr. Will Sanders of
Sunday evening at ch.rch Man'gonia.
ett' 6:55 p: m.-sub Sunday afternoon half-past threeo.dotk accompanied
Owing to
orange trees and'such matters, so. the inability of many of Jed: "A Missing Church" '' In spite of the threatening weatherquite the Choir of thet"lt
/'neat did him but little hurt the, members to attend the was held by Rev,. .Mr. Black. Side
so far u meetings ..
i [ frotfMUml.' k err ,. a number of our Inhabitants went Congregational Church last night with
.,-baud front at this. time. during the winter season,it was voted to Richard Hone brought Strohm faintat down to town to attend, cnnrch Sunday I his coronet-Miss Rose Sander .
adjourn the meetings till April, plump Boston marrow squashes the fir )Thile the .eight year old daughter of I, presid
nighl,some wheels ing at the
: ,The cold wave, mentioned as stl. on ,some in sailboats organ The mu.jc
of A,Kune'was wu
K is hoped that at that time the 'm em- the> week that were'some of the products playing around the fire last and some foot and much very
fax on
early last week died a prenwUtre ben of his plantation Monday her clothes they came atraggUng' appreciated by all pre e+it .
may come together with renewed just south nf g6/
town qY home
death the at all hours of
to intense ] the
disappointment interest ia.}ht wort of the Clnb, whichis fre:sadshe mebadlyburned. night Rev S D. Paine has accepted aft.t"i..
-c( the numerous I-toU-yooWs' 'The hate has beeql8kct __ from ,:n\ J&igatio .
,in this U iag: -- log Sunday a I Litton to address.
once .
so entertaining meeting of
aDd -1O- the
vidnity and not abit of damage waa ive. Iastructf. around the City Part,- a "/to give v. Monday. morning every We ofthese m tl1i A/
rar.the twit h
done room to expand Itself and'is I of 'C.JILI1I S01X63., a wetter and era as -...UIII.. _
except to the feelings of the abovementioned & being pit possibly wiser condition /
around""ttie'school .II.C.J,"' "" _)- -.4 than ,when.. '
"critters"-bat DoW they can ..Service at the. West Side Union Congregational np tat. having been they started from home. His subject at Palatka
crow. donated for that : James Rick rds was i in> : MMessrsTHall folks is-Washington! !
't purpose. teWS-aday, this
Church at ap way are nothing U and the
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m,; H. H. and Earnest good,even ia pite of the
Benedict a prominent businessman Some encumbers were in town weather.
Golf big and
enough goodtit Messrs.
playing teems to be the creataport A.W.Taylor, James Woodruff.
over OIl the But Side u the links of New Haven Coati a visitor 'enough for anyone to eat, were oa sale last Sunday: : One of our citizens who has been men-i i! Mr. Haygood and Mr. Ballard and

on the hotel ground are occupied from Palm Beach, will talk to Rev. Faire s>'a at Burkhardt'8 7 the, fore Part of this W. W.;Blackmer is home on a vaca- tipped in these items u, attempting to, started sooth last night Messrs. son !

congregation on next Sunday morning on week. They were raised than for s few days. raise cucumbers, bands"ls'the following,': br Tay.
back' of and
early morning till late at night and someof .- i. Woodruff for a trip to Cnha/and '
the more enthasiaatk goifists want Spiritual Power in the Church He i is IB the fresh water west of.1U,1era. M. ,K. Lyman has the, new !ferryr! which we give'entire,dedication and all"RaapectfttllydedicatedWTetTsorr: the Messrs. Ballard! and Haygood fur a

the links lighted by electric lights so good speaker and an earnest Christian Owing to the inclemency of the ..elth.er. Boynton, completed.! \ !. _", !d ".. trip to Key West'and op the West Coast
they can see to worker. It is one"one ot the' hopeful The 'Social S.S. Llnton CAM> ) SUN by Pro(. Nash who know!" to Tampa. .
play. at night-and all signs of the times that Epworth L ag that was was op Sunday and spent .

Bight laymen. are engaged so many in earnestChristian active to have.been held last Tuesday evening, thejlay< with his.family. .... ? 'PSAIU OP THE WINTER COPS E. Van Orsdall.d... te.. of Elmira'. iN

No evangelistic work. Febnary. 14 th., has been postponed un ,Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds and Mrs. Pat The cane born in the Florida winter Y., arrived last 'evening and
through malls The
from north of Jacksonville J Pastor Rev. S. ; are
were received here Monday D. Paine will preach, usual in the til Tuesday e\ niag./February, ai.st ten oa. of The Boynton were in town Carden'IA' of but few days and those I guests at the Palms. They are taking l

Bight the reason given being that every evening. Two new large lettered signs now or last Friday., days are chock full of trouble. our of the State and like this place

thing np there wu delayed by the snowstorm N. ._ nament the outside of O'Donohne's photograph t W. J. Thornton Is tearing,,down the He cpringrth np against the hard stiA best of any they have set"aet..

and no messages were sent or re HOLY TRINITY'MISSION. gallery and he has added some S house and will rebuild it in his blow, the nimble ant, the gentle louse, I not only read but believeir ia Twt1f'f"1
... and is cut dorm SUN. :
aired by wire as the wires were reported II decorative and appropriate scenery fora orange grove.MfiS. < : : '.
If be
as broken down by the same A regularly organized Episcopal Mission [ background inside so As to 'the' BettePalm r S.Linton and Mr and Mrs W. tobacco be freely dusted with slugshotor L. G. LeBonrveau of Jacksonville
storm is now est b'ished in West please his patrons. W. Blackmer and two daughters were sprout again. we have hopes! He will I the first of the week aid with a

Beach. The name chosen for the church One of the calling force of
East Side Boynton Tuesday. men
real estate began setting
P. T. Baraitn once said: "If.yon have U agent* But be runneth up against poles from
ten dollars to put to good ,use, put one "Holy Trinity" and that will be theofficial was over here this week trying to find a,,1 Bishop Cray U expected(here to-mor- Norther and goeth to hL long home 32 town south And getting things ready at
of the
for the article and the other for advertis.lag. appointed name Mission. The officers fine large vacant cottage for gilt-edged | to-ad will hold.eomDnanion services "Sic transit, gloria mundi." this end of the line for the new long distance

I can not-talk any man but a pter..Tbe rin- by the Bishop for the en tenant who was willing to pay, a-good at the. home:of W. W.;Blackmer; also -- ....-- -- telephone for the Florida East i
tuing year are: Wardens, John B Beach rent for the for Coast Telephone Co.
man that can stick and same the next two'three of' preach at the schoolhouse in the evening.The ,
type an d- T. D. Brown ; Secretary and Treasurer
that week Wit to a thousand peoplewhile L. W. Burkhardt. Services will beheld at months and was unable to find one town of Delray received a valentine i T. A. Snyder's houseboat 'cam in the '
I am talking to one is the man Iam in the new chrrch: regularly e unoccupied. from Jack Frost Monday night, but Monday night a German young man Like the latter part of last week with

1 afraid" of and I want him for my Sunday evening 7 o'clock Re v very. LFitz.Jame" 'The regular meeting of, the. Epworth u it was so general no one had cause to but recently arrived in the city fell quite a party on board and anchored opposite

friend J Hindry in charge. The opening League will be held at the M..E. Church complain. Mostof the tr'tietero are prepared walked off the railroad wharf unseen byone. y the Royal Poinciana but the first

service will be held Sunday at 3 p. m. Lesson topic, "A to replant, having i seedbeds full an of this week it was taken below the
The blow Sunday
made it heavy Monday morning eveninv. February A cordial invitation Missionary Church" from Acts xtii: t-3. of fine healthy plaits The frost went As good luck would have it Paul bridge and anchored in the cove here t
too rough for the steamer 19. the
to the mail carried Eclipse is extended to all. As it is a missionary meeting, offerings in streaks leaving scattering plants in Clark, clerk in 'postoffice happenedto and water later does not get quite so rough t
ran so was wheel in the week
by will be received which will be allof the fields, C. J. French walk went on south.
used : out the
up both sides .f the Lake CC .. by having on wharf about this time \ t
Houston taking the" Palm Beach Capt. and YOU DID IT. SAM! the Charitable and Help Committee for several hundred while a number saved and hearing some noise in the water: Henry C. Rhodes, deaf mute and former ''I}

Lake ..... charitable PDrESSL' I them' by covering. Pineapples also felt alongside of the wharf he looked down pupil of Prof. Chas Kerney's, after
Worth and
engineer ..W'H. .
Sannders the Mangonta Rivier and IJn- M. E. Gruber says he did not sell I tar J. D. Mathis is rejoicing over the ar- the effect of the visitation, but"not seri and saw' the young man feebly struggling spending some time on the Lake enjoying -

no mail both making their round trips to any customer the other night nor did rival of another addition to his Clematis ously. There are no long faces in.Del- so in Paul jumped raised the man up' !I its climate and scenery arid visiting t

in good time. he go near the tar barrel but Sam Hap Avenue Supply Store force. If Is" ray u everybody accepts, the situation. and with help got him out and he was with his former teacher, l lfor bis:
________ another .. home iu -
-- 1 ---- taken to the Seminole Hotel and Rainesville, Ind., last
persel did and that accounts for the milk boy and made his first appearance cared week.

Word was received yesterday 'fromfonothat in the cocoanut or, in other words.for Sunday, but can already tell the difference UAJGOXIA MUTTERIJC5, for and is around and all right now He thinks so much of this !section he -

said "Field Bros have been the tar on the floor. between sugar and salt or condensed F .. .., though he was nearly gone when rescued will probably locate hue iq lhe.lIur'

jp shipping tomatoes for the past two And it was tar-tar that sticketh closer milk and coffee-in fact he is just like Rev. S. D. Paine was visiting parish and was in bed awhile from the effects' of .oture. :

weeks but disposed of their entire than his ioners np in this neighborhood Monday his involuntary bath which t
crop sandspnrs in a cow's tail-and it father and takes naturally to the was also a
of tomatoes wes afternoon. cool one for both him and J. Hill supervisor the Third
eggplant etc-four in was all over the floor and more was runbusineas his rescuer. Division

all-on the evening of the rsth in A. to IItng out of the barrel onto the floor in Vegetables nearly ruined and pineapples One fact that makes the whole thing of the F. E. C.R., whirb extends ;

Jack Fro t"and this seems to representthe the morning when Sam opened the storewere The cold weather Monday and Tues lessened to half a crop seems to ludicrous, in spite of the close call it wasor his from Ft Pierce to Miami has resigned I !

condition of all the vegetable growers for the faucet was still open, and so day seemed to have a numbing effect min be the effect of the freeze at latest accounts. f the young man, is that all be had too position and expect to leave in a !',

in that localitr u far as we can)earn. ,Sam's eyes when he saw what one night the swallows that were around here was to stand np and he would have week or so to begin work with the con. I Ii

had swarms and it is feared many of them A been safe for the water struction party on the Atlantic,Valdosta
brought forth great visitors was hardly waist
especially from that many from town
Capt A. T. Rose at his boatyard JUitsouth j ire & Western
barrel of tar. j have been killed by the cold u a greatntas up'this way nearly deep where be fell in, in fact it is not Ry.,the new road that is now
to look !
of town,U building an iS-f oot com. every at building into
bined sail and row boat for Joe. Jeffer. When Boss Gruber put in his appear .many dead ones are to 1elee11. The little the large pineapple plantatons and take over a man's head anywhere around that friends Jacksonville. Mr Hill's i j jA '
: many
things seem to seek shelter wharf, and Paul told regret to have him ( I
ance the tar was still there and so was even in observations of things in general. him to stand np leave
used here
son to in traveling around the r but
occupied buildings congratulate him
Sam but the tar seemed to be in the ma- for both Monday W. Seem is but the maD was too scared or too far on his im
Lake to'the having a cow shed J
good '
many fishing placesI proved
jonty. The surprise of the boss was, and Tuesday evenings some came i into i back in the put up gone to understand fur if he had Paul prospects. His place will be taken ;
edge of the
bat this inveterate and indefatigable timber at his by John L. Rumellat
office and remained would not have had formerly with
like till the to jump in. the
Sam's, mingled with regrets, > place and S. F. 1
angler is wont to visit daring his sojourn says that he is going to have W. Ry.
here every winter. Work was commenced regrets never cleaned up tar, they used go.following mornings, when they were let a model two-cow family dairy all for It is probable th: t this young manlootwhere will ..- ,
coercion be is walking hereafter andfor
and finally succeededin himself.
on the boat last Saturday and ft WELL KNOWN
2s about ready the water. once more putting the floor in a walk. Notwithstanding the The dredge his'benefit and that of all strangers PRODL'CE FIRM. i
now r inclemency of the < and steamer are still saidto we would that if -r
over-able say ever of
condition. any them }
Word yesterday from all down the line The question u to who left the faucet weather Sunday night there was a v .r_' be working np in the canal bat no fall off of either the railroad dock or the Mr. Goodsell the well known representative -
good attendance
at the Methodist large boats of the .
even to Miami and below report gnat open is not an open question any 1 longer, to bear the Church are running yet and one or city wharf all they have to do is stand of Valentine Produce Co.. __ ,
lecture New
on two boats said York has been
damage to vegetables! in every part rrf nor will it be left again "Christianity inAction" are to be stuck in the mud] np and wade ashore for the water is not amoug the truck
open soon Wm. shippers
very by L. ,
Woodcock, of Altoona np there trying to in this section
the County the most conservative estimates !- get through. deep enough to drown recently and this
for Sam says that he has worked at allies l Pa., and not a man at either week has t
one secuied
being that eighty-five per teat of kinds, conditions, shapes and a of ing there for the regretted their be Cw.'S. Rowley has disposed of his place unless he lays down in it or stands Adams as local the services of Gee S. i
gentleman is an'earI; homestead I on the .his repn: ntative. TbU Is '
the vegetable crop is ruined and will jobaintialoa and useful but thatmomag's Ridge after living on on .head.
e. nest, lucid and a house of
have to be replanted. Possibly things jotfIsthe first be has forcible speaker and;;> i it for thirteen years and will probably ..- 29 years standing and -a coo- f
actually a s'dered
gave very interesting one of the
nay not be quite so bad and it is hoped been stuck on in all bis eventful career- lecture. It is to be hoped and the instructive locate elsewhere in this s.me ufghbor.hood J. W. Perry, of Hypolnxo, is in town York City, of which n liable there houses: of New \,

they are not but unfortunately a great I and he.never wants to. get, stuck on an- will favor ns again before gentleman although it is possible that be may on business today. He reports that he few. Growers will find are only loo '
of the have been I other be-leaves. leave pot onlythis section but the announce .
many plants destroyed j for his northern home. 1 1 State. even the saved one half or more of his vegetableplants ment of this firm on the fi.th
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-- the ground.. they did anae god tghtiag. a4.Washington B-F'A-C-H

-To' every field a flour la born Not a stick nor a stone of that old galled great Jhoaw fop ,0

To every heat inly Douse a star; house remains today; buttt'hu: been his wise actions...jad-braveryDtitDlnwlddie ;WO,KEE, Proprietor. '
The moon drties fart PALM BEACH FLA.
a night's spec a famous spot for many ''a year. In ...lreat .,him(10 disrespect -"'24SEirtJ: : ,

The tral car; ,1S1B, a.memorial ston was placed 'on ,fttllr,
sun, the chargers of the morn. the spot where the house once Jto d.., Invited to become *n aide-'to General -i& Open F oDt_::""."'::? c",...-.: :l fur 2SeCollan. -V'' "

Unto each comma wealth there comet When his, home at Bridge's Oree ,.Braddock.' was appointed by theJtlng ....-.';f".2 e !
The man of pro! hecy or fate- was 'destroyed Augustine.'Waihldgtanmoved' : to takeSAarge\ot wnp all the forces Cnlte.1: 3- % :/'. ;1"tI" .....-v. 15cr.D. BhEAKFAST.LUNCHEONS AND DINNERS_ AT ALL HOURS.
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s A warrior mid tht roll of ." ",.' I'SldrtJYairtii.JElZZ............16.- o '.. t
drums Into another 'fwm-hjwfse that then. In tbf field* Inhe opera.tl<>at- ._ ":1'f' t. "': j-'iret-ClasR Chef Cuisine and Service.
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A hero froq a higher atate. belonged to him;,farther;,-p the Potomac. which caused the"Btltleh General Ig- I. '.

..; .'In'Stafford County."- n0R4IrWuItJ ton'l advice about the FIRST-CLASS WORK QUARANTEEO'"$ :II : r. .Private,Dining Parlors.
Ttey loom the Jac'lmarks
) Embod1111'e&o of our race This t10uae ''wu"1'J much like the 'yrtojgni Indians, .and In. .consequence Banyan Street,WEST PALM BEACH. 8"Orders Received for Dinner Parties of Any Number and at All Hours. "t
., h the -
living thought that .uurried.i'U >i
one was stood back met !.. disastrous defeat and.
i .'. Wherewith his time and place wen from the river;on airldp'or bluff that 'deatlu;, ,

t fraught.. overlooked thelEUppahanaoek.. and b& In 175 Washington married a rich .FSubscribe
-1 Which years deface but not efface. tween the house ana the river'rigs: a Lbd'beaatifuL; widow,. Mrs: Martha for THE SUN .-
They stand like HOTEL HIBISCUS Palm Beach.
thu chain
stupendous .
stretch of meadow thai u'the ,
<.. playground 'Cusui: she, 'Wlth'her two children betook < *
Of statues In the Chinese land."Which of the Washington' 'chU4ren.1For to'hls' mansion at Mount A New Betel o. the tame aide of Lak Worth sid .rJ scar Ute..?.. 9
stretching leagues along tat famlly PalMslana; SS.M per day and upward. L.U.CILLKY,BtMAfer,
J:1. In thla'pleaaant old Virginia country Veraom. .

plats Is'I..allowed. home George llv 4flluUl"he'' was Thus at 27, we find Washington, a IFOIRJRIEITT.MANALAPAN : HOLLY INN, Daytona '

At-last In the sand. sixteenyears! oM. ;His 'father :died country gentleman; proprietor' of a Facing the beautiful Halifax BUen Saul bicycle rMila In the neat j 99M

I Each figura Is annie score when h. was ten years old.leaving a plantation upoe 'whl h 'wheat.and tobacco COTTAGE, 1 p.r day and op. ward. K., L.CAIIWKLLr Manager
comfortaBle property tb'hls moth r and were-.raised, and .fisheries and (12 Room FurnlsbedatHYPOLUXO I THE BUCKINQHAM -
0( doom ;and deed'of hope and : : St. Augustine.
f. five children. 'She was a wise and prudent brickyards carried on. He had about I
need. woman,'and trained her family to BEACH. FLORIDA. I II Mite Ateaiar,i*..ee .e LOOM and Casino and among the date pal..|
125 slaves. He' became a. member. ofthetlionse I
Which:11e' who runs"may"plainly. be Industrious nd-economical. Ills .' '....0 per day aid,pward.. WM. P.KESHKT Manager
,: of Bnrgeates. but ,seldom, thu ,
--read This house()('fUple !moat unique location
education was'CoJ ducted partly *y-Mf took any active' part: 8..d for bookie. 2-2 OEO. C. HOWE Proprietor.
And he who'waits o'er.
may .ponder mother and at of the ordinary On Lake Worth,
low different are the tales they tell schools partly of the province.one It was It la-uanecesaary here t4i'trac.thedetanl'ot ;: FrontlngllotJa- Ocean ui Lake, .... ... ... . . . l.-.

To ears which have been tuned the etrugde'upon'tbe ques- in the midst of the Largest Coconut Grove .
aright. q tion:of local -setf-ge ernmcnt.? which I. the Uollod States Ocean and Luke FUhIng. -

Of thraldom's force and evil spell. IliI after ten years culminated Inthe closure : Hea .Bathing.AyplJ to Nu.i'ogll. Ctiinatt Un.urpas.ed. ( (I j Uctted M bttrttfal Uk W.rtk

Of freedom's strength and manhood" by act-of Parliament'of tie'Port of I Opposite the ..loJall'vtada.."

might -,... Boston, and the Revolution. Throughout JOHN BROWN, Agent. HOTEL, 11111S PALM Rlectrlclight.IerttkLi.tUJBaIhJ

.', the length and breadth,of the land 2-1 )Ujpuluio.Fla. cow PUTS SERVICE.

The conquerors hold the thrones the) ; ,t 'the cry went up "The cause of Boston I $1.00 $t5o tad fjoo per Day
Special JI.a1J7 the Week.
wrought Is the cause of us all!" "

While b'er them sages tower sac It was at the Instance of Virginia DAILY EXCURSIONS Address"THE PALMS," WEST Parks BISACH, FLORIDA.A .. ,

,-.. seers; that a Congress of all the colonies was tt I

Stll larger rise the pioneers I called to meet at Philadelphia Sept. 5, -IIYTHK-

Of progress and of human thought; 1 1774 to secure their common liberties--; New House. ....
And far above these are the forms If possible by peaceful means. To thts uS2t "THERELLA'TOTHB

Of those who lived to make men free Congress CoL Washington was sent asa

Or nobly died in war's fierce storms delegate: *. ;.. u palm Beach CottageWill

As sacrifice to Liberty! Amongst the earliest acts of the Congress -

was the selection of a command- RUBBER TREE AND PITTS' (STAND,

., The Gracchi and Aristldea. & er-in-chlef of the colonial forces. This a -. Dec. 15.
V Boizaria and Rienzi great. high office was unanimously conferred Starting from the Royal Poinciana Dock.

With Cromwell uncrowned kind I upon Washington, still a member of .,'

of fate. the Congress. He accepted'It on June fine Minutes 'tfaUl from the Royal poinoiana.

The :princes of the Maccabees; l : 1), but upon the express condition that .
Stout Winkelried. brave Bolivar y he.should receive no salary. For bbl-r Trre,10 A. U.; Returning. M. Rates $2.50 per Day, Special Weekly, Rates.

And Toussaint L'Ouverture. the bold; 'FrTitt, Island,2 P. \I.\ Returning,5 P. M .
It is not the object of this sketch to

Wallace the flaming Highland star. V/A trace the military acts of the patriothero'to Address PALM. .BEACH COTTAGE
chivalry mold.
Of the perfect '
whose hands the fortunes and e
liberties of the people'of the United JAS. E. CHAMBERS, Palm 'Beach, Florida.
And another doughty soul ,
many the usual middle-class: education, but '
1. .Who strove and struggled dared it Included enough of mathematics to States"were confided during the seven OWrrra.Gs -
years' bloody straggle that ensued un
aad- died; enable Washington to act as a landsurveypr. -
til the treaty of 1782. la"which England
But than these TIDE EHRMftN
greater glorified ., His;boyhood showed'many HOUSE
acknowledged the Independence ofeach
Or conquerors, whom hosts extol. evidences of,that methodical precision
of,the thirteen States and nego- W. IDNER & SON Is now open for Winter Trivet
Or kings or pontiffs of the past 'wklch was always one of his character .

Is he whom years will look upon istics.: He_wrote a neat, stiff hand; tiated with them' : Jointly,' as separate BEST OF ACCOMMODATIONS. L2 BES1 THE MARKET AFFORDS.I3athn .
In and wonder the last sovereignties On Dec. 4, 1783 the -: In Connection.
4 awe to he compiled "Rules of Behavior'
li he. our father Washington! Company and Conversation;" be'veyed sur great commander: took leave of his officers Jewelersand Rates Reasonable. Short Distance from the D*>DoL '

... the fields and plantations about In most affectionate and patriotic Address Mrs. S. E. EARMAN WEST PALM BEACH.: FLA.

In'speech, the orator and sage; the school where he was staying, and terms, and 'went'to. Annapolis, Md., 1 I Opticians.Souvenir ,

In deed, the gentle man and true; entered Ms measurements and calcula- where the Congress the States was

In peace, a sunbeam. pursue; tions in a field-book with great exact- in session, ,and to that body, when Spoons, Sea Shells, Boarding at Reasonable Rates.MRS.

In war, the leader of his age. ness.' In athletic exercises he was always peace, quiet, and order prevailed everywhere Curios Novelties Toys .
A model of the olden time. resigned hU commission (De, Lea'her Goods.
foremost, and it was a favorite Musical Goods and Strings, JAS. 'McCANN i is prepared to accommodate boarders a\ her
A model for our own compeers; his schoolmates 23)), sad; again in search of that repose
diversion of his to form Fishing Tackle
and sublime ever 'so agreeable to him. retired to well known house Clematis Ave.
And ever stately Into 'companies, and engage Photos, boarding on close to FK.C.By. depot.
A model for all coming years. Mount Vernon. Stationery,Ink.
sham His ambition '
them In fights. o ''0- ..
I --CAL Hn RATES BOOMD -- tilt
Arllna Hamm. ON FOR AND ,
was to enter the navy but his mother THE. FIRST PRESIDENT4' < NEWS. .. DEPOT-DMLY.1APR, : ;? ?. 'I,; ; . objected, and he began his work of ., ...wee: '

WASHINGTON. :land-surveying.-At sixteen he was employed Twle Ck..*. Uaaelr.s.lr:t. y...-
'to examine the valleys" the side m. Clef ............. Fine fatci Jei Blrj Bepairiiirint GREEN LAWN COTTAGE -

Th. old-Told UU'u 8<*rr That Ame Allegheny mountains .task- Which :When Washington retired to ,Mount door.North of Eatraaee First-Class Accommodations for a limited number of Winter Visitors

lean Se.er TU .! Rcadlac, was continued during the n xt.three Vernon. at the close of.'the..Revolution 1-36-99 to HcmlBOle Hotel,
desiring Large Airy Rooms, Splendid Table Service, Home Comfortand
years, and performed with skill and he was fifty-seven years old, Just the
Quiet. Rates Reasonable according to I'OOIJ1LMRS.
(&o1T.t'rt TO.
'+rntda completeness age when a man feels like settling
I" day the acknowledged When 'W shlncton was about nineteen down"anataking life comfortably."Let A.L HAUGH, PBOPEIXTOS, West Palm Beach, Florida.
...p of American
.} Virginia was divided Into military -
those who wish such things as .
manhood, and
Clematis AvenueSupply
districts;a a measure of protec-
will continue to re tion against the advance of the French. office or leadership, be at the head of I

; pre..enthe- loftiest Over each division an adjutant-genaral things he said; "I do not wish.them. StoreWest

conception. of disinterested -. "with the rank of major, was appointed. All I desire now is to settle 'down at -:: I NEW SEMINOLE HOTELOnly

patriotism.He .
Washington was commissioned to one Mount Vernon and live and die an
: has stamped Palm Beach Florida, j
of these districts, and set to work to honest man on my own farm" .

W1 ) himself upon permanently the imagin- study military tactics. When he was But this quiet life was not to be (is. J. D. MA THIS Piopmtor. ,: Brick Hotel in Town..

lion of m&l1kJnl\\: twenty-one, he was doing the work of Much as he wished to spend the rest ||(Sicctuf t.Bru. .| BaktrjaiiGrKtrjCO WEST PALM BEACH: FLA.

The greatest, the wisest! and 'the beat Of an experienced major-general; and was of his days as a plain Virginia farmer. ,
selected by Governor Dinwlddie for a My Motto-"Quick Sale and Small Pro tIt.,
luett!h ve.-united In according him the people whom he had led tc'freedom -' pi I TV AT p Has recently been completed built in the moat inhOLiVllnULIv -

r r. the"proudest eminence as a man, a patriot service which demanded great skill as and citizenship decided otherwise. Battery Goods andFamily THE stintial manner and elegantly furnished;.situatedon
well daring. He was required to
and as
soldier statesman. Napoleon
a a make his way across a mountainous When therefore according to the Constitution Groceries high ground fronting Lake Worth and commanding a magnificent unobstructed
said of him: This great
man desert, inhabited by Indians whose ; the sixty-nine votes of the view each way, and guests enjoy perpetual breezes from all directions.
fought against tyranny; he has consol electors for president were opened and .....My Specialty.Goods .
idated the liberty of his 'country. Hit friendship was.hardly to be depended Cuisine and Service Strictly First-CIItss.
11'11'18 found that everY'one
on; 'to penetrate to the frontier stations delivered free to any partof
will be always dear to the
tame of France." Talleyrand declared peak of'the French; and to bring back of them-sixty-nine in all-named as the City or across the Lake. Bites: 32 par day and up. Special Rates oy the Week or Eosllu
ple :
k "History affords few examples of sucb information concerning ,their position choice of the people for president'of ill Orders Given Prompt Attention. GEORGE ZAPF Manager.
the States of
r United America George
and military strength, 'together with ,
renown. Lord Brougham 'said: "II Goods First-Class and Fresh. Highest
"f will be the duty of the historian and an answer from tie French Command- Washington of Vernon Virginia and the farm- I prices paid for country produce.Buy .
r ing at Mount had to be givenup
i the sage in all ages to omit no occasion once more. of me and I will nave yon money 6-1-97 i .

"5 of commemorating this illustrloui'man. The 4th of March 1789 was the'time New house; best accommodations on the

< 5, ." Dean Stanley exclaimed: appointed for the government of the L FRESCO C 0 Hii I I TEL I I I East Coast; table first-class, and every
-What Englishman is there who is not
'United States to begin its operations THE B1LTIMORE TAILORS.ABE U convenience and comfort; hot and cold
oud of the once-dreaded name ofWenhinatonY' '
; -
pi I under its new organization. The'cityof baths; modern improvements; in center of the famous pineapple section; closeto
And Abraham Lincoln I -
New York was the place where the SAFRANEK & SON, the Inlet; fish and oysters in abundance.
: stands second
whose: name to that oWashington
Congress then met. Washington having -
in the affection! and gratitude MANAGERS OP TERMS MODERATE.
been duly notified of his election
of hi countrymen and the reference -
of mankind paid this glowing WAIHIXOTOB'I KOVHOOD BOKK.. left his home at Mount Vernon on the The Three Friends .
.18th of April -to enter upon the diecharge -* Proprietor
to why he had Invaded the British
but just tribute: "To add brightness tc er as
of Us new duties. lie set out Tailoring Company. '
the sun or glory to the name of Wash- dominions during a time of peace. i JENSEN, BBEVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA.
It was October 31, 1753, ere Washington with a purpose of travelling privately
iLgtou is alike impossible. when the Indian '
and fdt'Don't fan to stop at Jensen visiting River. .i6-97
without attracting any public attention -
George Washington the first Presl started; it was the middle of November '
dent of the United States was born when with interpreter four ;but this,was impossible \Everywhere SUITS AND PANTS MADE TO ORDER, !

the twenty-second of February, 1732 attendants, and Christopher Gist as a on his way he was met by i
thronging crowds, eager to see the man THE
in n plain, old-style Southern farmhouse guide, he followed an Indian trail Into TRAVELERS
that his grandfather, John had the dim mysteries of the unknown forest whom they regarded as.the chief defender Cleaning, Pressing and RepairingA
of their liberties, and I
everywhere -
built on Bridge's Creek, Westmorela&i After dreadful hardships Washington
Specialty.FIT -
he was hailed with those public 'of
County Virginia in 1657. and his friends reached the

:- His birthplace had a steep sloping French post where the officers avowed manifestations which' of Joy, regard, and love AND WORKMANSHIP 6DARANTEED. FELIX GARCIA, Prop. Jacksonville, Fla.
spring spontaneously from the
their resolve to take possession of the
.roof and projecting eaves, with a broad
hearts of an affectionate and grateful t
".piazza: in front a great chimney at! Ohio. The commander of the fort re- people. His reception in New York WEST PALM BEACH FLA.Whiddon's Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Seivice.
fused to discuss with young Washington
either end and just such a big, delightful
attic as boys love to play la'OB the abstract question of right To was marked by a grandeur and enthusiasm The Best $2.00 per day Hotel in Florida.Take i

the letter from Dinwlddie which Wash- never .before witnessed in thatmetropolis.
days when the wind whistles without car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor tOit-opat th'e Travelers.
and the rain patters on the shingles.It ington delivered, requiring the evacuation The Inauguration'took 1-11-99 ..

was to this old Virginia, farm. of the place, he replied by a direct place April 30, in the presence of an MarketIs
refusal, and an intimation of his Immense multitude which had assem-
house that Augustine Washington ia

the year 1730 brought home his see- purpose to seize every Englishman bled to witness. the new and Imposing Prepared to Supplyyou I Ohas. N. WelshansSTATE

ond wife Mary Ball, of Lancaster within the Ohio Valley. Having, exe- ceremony.In

County Virginia. In the old house cuted his commission Washington, 1792, at the second Presidential with .....* ,

were two boys of seven and nine with his companions, turned home election Washington was desirous to

year; they were 'Lawrence and Augustine ward. On January 16, 1754, he again retire, but he yielded to the general Good Meats at Living Prices. AGENT FOR- ,

; their mother their father found himself at the Virginia capital. wish'of the country, and was'again

first wife, had been dead nearly twc The Journal of his expedition which chosen president by the unanimousvote Fresh Pork,

years, but their new mother became was published shortly afterwards,'gavE of every electoral college At the Longman & Martinez Paints"j
idea of his third election ((1796) he Beef
almost like an own mother to them. a very high sagacity, self- was again ,
reliance., and powers observation: most urgently entreated to consent to
In this old farm-house at Bridge's Poultry t
and his minute description of.the fort remain ia the executive chair. This he Y7Lime
the eldest of
Creek, eon Augustine UK Brick Shingles
w Mary Washington was born. The advanced his reputation.as military positively refused. In September? before Eggs. ,
critic. That winter's Journey had the election, he gave to his '
countrymen -
\ named hi;; George. What with nli f "I
"two hllf-brothers, Lawrence and .Augustine brought a new actor on the .stage4ol his memorable Farewell 'Address Native Meats a specialty.i!I : Cement and Coal Tar. ,

and his own brothers and sisters the world. which In language"sentiment; ".
Dinwlddie attempted to force the and patriotism, was a"'fitting and Your Patronage Solicited ,
.who were born after him. George .
o f French from the' ground cl lmed'by trownlnc 'glol'7 of his illustrious life. Agent for.Sickler's. Peerless Cement Plaster.
had plenty of li .
Washington company Two companies were raised After March f, 1791. he Market on Banyan Street,
neni. the English.- : I again retired to ::
He remembered the J
home. .
his house in which he vas born however and put under,Washington's command Mount Vernon for peace, quiet and re- 11-12 'WEST PALM BEACH. L 13 South Hogan St., Jacksonville, Florida. 1 -U.9S .
t This expedition failed; the forces feeing 1>01" ff7s
'fur"la 1735 some sparks from a bonfirtl v

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te meat stand lestde i t >
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room beyoa4"1i1t11edto
$ r Alice Longfellow, youngest i: R eai Estate
: 1r.u t % &r of New 't" 1 J 111.4A bptitiiSYRCBQ"7.1C1Y I and,---.Insurance
England's belOYe4tPld the goldea tbMu&wt .
i sunlight hall of ,
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area .
of oflce! .
went to ladies I "
hip p| Warren and Prescott I Palm '
J J'' f&rin la..im aahattMout Vernon' D&ightanfof Chapter The smile that iti*.$ away the tears W lyljwJTicieUoBlccisikg 8al. \- ..: Beach, Horida. '
. ;. J the American aayoiattea-.- ., .f 'Mtht, 4- ..t .1-I : PUBlrC
.; 'Satm .awe .ma.MhiAit ,ChQ8s1rta and of how Mount Vernon war tmved--to- -,ts-to ltMoa's daily promise r AM*,, sKavicB, c? to p.yrj) ; KpTAfiY" : .-= COTTAGES' TO RENT.

i hs4ilsgavnen.npd);!'1't i fheaitigib,:af'man.M1a8 **e ) 1.1"V. i ,}'od.o ire
j Building
dgnt '
: fo--, lthe. We years of hU busy and anxious DD Cunningham- genUewo.'m&I1"otold A tetedtctton that put car to'lIIght , presidentF ; I r
:f Virginia, who. when .. Catiaea1D11ox,1.7etaitlaAtey : :
; paasIng Aa4 aAhee
stiength to face the\ ;
- \ .Zoe i.4 ye1 ire4,Mt1 g111; ip the Potomac River one day f: t"ap;, 'tv&r! PUll '
aodd.lye re. J BEAC.
.:-.1 &lid. extended, or looked after his 1853 and hearing the steamer beUtiIU: a"9Fhit lit thy-pattway. guiding thee : _j jv I FURNITURE, .

jliatatlem/Elad.te .get iMdrton baa pMriig.u..g.... itee --at '' I

the WF'CI gt 9Qr' ,11fe .had became possessed witjt >he to t'J. J "mJ : ; taaRehtitt!'SewfngIaC'l1lueFi,
r : .desire ,. .. 'tile'
. ,. 11v17 bred. ..... restore. 1L, 'Theplac .. Rowaow.. TI1lII1 O:I ftftIt'1brhln 3(7L1ghtYua.ltignr'd; /
: ; ....... !', Jn.ocJfpled.bY'4 :: >- ..tkI1 .01&d.tG ear*I yv NobelcM i iI }
-- "Qlhe- to tJtj" \., htj j trt-4-ffiMf e1 tf U. -=-.,. --.. jr._ --- 'I i 'Wl>olnaeComDiission$ : i f) Ien In '. ,
teemed ire! 4r t'lIre i&eetJo) a 'AigBattae"flAington. Faeh dawn aUpnded.wHi.nef hpp s Attl I Sole Axent for Trunk.
; the
strong t ii| J s'l3prcialAttentior'given''iheaele FJ.F Wall Mat
4tgq} 'as ever; he had It '&14 state pf decay, and and fears; {'{ scarcely em been ill; there 'was not i Forever fiitltfttl d& t-thf\' w$ take. j I ,'Tl pll"t 11.;tlf' ...
the leakf lgaMat skWm :
low?and i.t roll Ail!.dYdand j 1 Fraying,.,11 that J ac, might bless th e j?' Sostitera.;' l6P 1fISBIIJAau1ttJ> ol ;U RI.T: TJ RE:

: looked after things 1bf.iem. .. POltttN0,08Lt1lt.kri3i.Tat7trtj SHE on hit farm and And for WltgmXrhra.b.th
r- :.coadneted 'the affairs of the army as thy country' and thy klndrtd'asake. j Sxa Siun Jtt, SBAD, stew, \\'holeo-ate sad. Retail. Ilaby Carrtagn from $6 -
-', i .. i pfn >Uo" Go' Car :,
: et' .
r.C4lietpNJS toriJi' >
wisely and as well ; < Ch st ,
as .
I net:.: Toiled fifth a petlencetllit: .n, i i >zkt aOTiCl tl, Etc I' .
f' Bat one cloudy ..
dirt In
: Aet>
!; j 1 severed :t31ldlll'TliETGYltB.teeiit ; ;. ? -- T .
179the yj
twelfth :of the .AtentaYafy' How i! We htve< conHlgntnent Of Oak '
many u14kEs,qt Aea4W u.'f1aII.. j Mortu and
,, ...
after he had finished a ASS; T ttU fieed backer
.' letter arj ngjU> nigh break ;. l lJ: *that win be''sold Very low!' 'W.' \
.. establishment of the school for'sol- : DsndlatDe''IUIIJU Clr'dBBd'aad
1'9 llamblrrBaperlatattrstdoa
;9w tyTlit4 .
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own q .tha ed wjth tears.. !i $UJf rJli t tT :Sun I \CY I.r.8, ,
4 M
; l rest P J1J jnc1ed. iI I '
f rode to'Tlsft dif fraa' ToMa'' : .__A An81f ,aetl ; given :to.our Mall ''Orrs.. \
away 'OV walantoToa' WM new thou-didat I
ferent MOm at last tit aaI( j Wa11 Ciiraotee.; !,Satisfaction, both, )In. ,Jouda. Bud
points his Jrff rfarm .,.hep! Y alto.. Teethe I hIeN., Can.. on.us, jr scud in your orderc... rntsadtjLaapSt.J1CHSOp1'ILLBfLA t
work waa being don i'saow1 storm Che 'generous >ioiipa ij.'of tI Jto1t'Der.. T _k....-49.-Ue; ;flail .. ,J, .. F 1 .' 1

,. *L. ... who treated every passing strangeras eom t9TaJ pi. .. .. : ONLY te.oo
i !
\ a guest, 'made the expenditure of The., high., the.humble,"prosperous, o .i I Nivtiel : t.2,1 D.iE:COOPER -MTg Co.
I .
1I!" er1Qr'repa.m I
.. ::?ttertl 8., .

.x idw. .ts. d i a hen him Mlsa of her Cunagsmyst. ; ee4 jt, Offs did jjj weep.elraett'>sir.o'er.ta1: h 'Slips :;anl i ( '':tuckers ;|J{ei ;store l'! '

t 't ; t >h 1p|q|friirJhat; plani mept J|>e hould was filled.do with that Dur-ceaseless-gratitude. by tongues. pro, i For. aleoi + New Goods J! .flock Bottom Prices !r

J '\ \.Y' '., .. ANSI vrhicll$pf jhoald'80 men.: But emphasize the determined the degen wo-. But feared jn ourVheeite'46eielitetii, 1411 j Ab ; ,-'r.9nQ.ica helg1lQwipiYnetipyrls,. I .' tft OOW1&RoW: $

roes aeotbUt : gtloSb fCile e ..
it urgent appeals. Her first '.4. 4 ,, \ : t' ,

: call was to the women of the ,: Llove'whlch with our dtiedi'we would i I .xgypU.r.a Queu, Dealers in Dry, Goods, ..Shoe'tLadies': and
in3t&G Elpby Gentlemen's
and t 1:U 8)' #ie 1hfI\ ti u attest :I, QueanGolden Queen

.' was'h leL Edward Everett"was one of To grove us worthy dt tie-twat we ,I .Whlte.A Dttgue.- 1 Furnishings' Notions .
...t-; ,> ( t tK hM 1 -keep.ae .. -. r : I r- '\ > f u
; td Rr .PerD1&mbuoo j
i ik14tSritFey; and as .. I We bay: for C 8)I'l St'll!! for ea !1i. BO Jiv..l lower prirps thnn AtOI'l'fl110 : ,
I give
'' '' t tlle..l'flItt of to i1"' llectluee.W,000 fund. vcoatrlbuted Fes.'sz." < : RsMy.dtllvel'7 tee be'made- 'Envtllei:cbe; ;refit. Our motto i is, Quick sides and umall pn.tita. xnd! no UiacrimintitiuD .

: though CHLturN'tiolliTOita :endless halt inm thL. "'UUoa Darlai parted. but sell to all at same price, good* are all
.11'1 Ul't; > 'aLV{ r\Sqfther ,people withdrew when last moBtb. A ilrto 11-10-tf .
learned' they track.,. |>| 1 1I 'plainly marked in figure .
.: h't :? t ,. the property was to be turned.Yer' 4 u..."at.DIH'ut.C"I C.C.
=' I
r Virginla I MAT-THAMS-
to .
,'but on March 17. : .
xu 1856.; tbelC.':i'i n. ..

4 : the waa}"adles"torasodr:3fonatYeraog'. | ter4] wre'l jnlaunderitandlngsVhicfi c.ol-t1 on-;;: Soil 'tev lack,angener4ffons::.:. _looking, .j 1 i i4ri ie dap; pAlO Col lanr r Established 1875.

T t?+r. wrung fronrUlss Cunningham -I Shall on-tills'nlsy>itafpwaa: ttf I Ira1ae. 5J9TTAlhcfize. ? -Wed.. ,_Palm..'ne.ach", ,;.Fla., William A Rnnrc & finGrain

.. ,,, I the JlQth< -
but God '
p. '*

I ...: ._... ...,.-.., ..- I,, i'phystcar-aafarlncsil for Mount-tnowwiatTrwMalO VernoA have undergone*ttl,; rhe memory at thy TlrUes "'II'' ft.. -- J1ij ii .11 1f B n i i 'Garden'Seeds= and
certain parts Fertilizers
Congressman ,
-| .
,! I. yow d ia woal( 44f tt rte'; Immortal are thy deeds of glary f 4 ; W estPah. ri'IJ"FIo"'ir1ii. ,

>. Aseoetattan, but at a critical time Jr.i done o.6' EAsif'BAY STREET, '
1 1'tA.We .
1 :lust W, atipon"abtiW3d elto.ttwe ;; pia.1Q <l.i'U'(, Supreme-.;tr.-q.&&& sad 4ft.WT I tl, -3100,0 GO. .. .

\Ae4IGlea1W -; haute .-
._ ,wq rgadl lp1, (foIa.nverofoad..J Toe .fettrer..otov.t;; >!' oji try, Washingoka 7'riiJ Pplpita- $15000t ; ,: .. handle.only the Best. sad most Reliable S**
ty and discouragement adesARe:: : aft-, I step! : Hay Corn OatsIFlour Bran
; Wheat
elusion .:wu 'r8Hbed.' .'AftM'ttafshe t:..;.gFAEp&. J: Grits,
Il rytJi' '..e-W.rr-6I r,itteT E.N. DIMICK/ Predwtt. .. I ,t 1J '
& ebaPM' tor : ]
'three- ; ldeal'Cotton'Seed;
uitea'rt e ?.cr.a; :uduf,ira'TUa'a j "eeu; la Meal Both Bright and
.1 Dark.AT
Wh&IIUe:: ... .
BlKTHfLAOB. d4J.ye( .jto Uii.jartttaI -price Jorthplaijtayon : GtofIt.Iirar8u.; d:lXt1thiDlt, 1'lee;ffttd'nt.
( had Upon'Jala father's favorite flee.- .0. t)nllultH.CUllJeti. WHOLE&XI.E .
aught him. while he 00,090 to be raised for '
was riding;. He _
Itj .
repairs} letter=watt h .
; I
: whe'n
> anj >
'PinAtel tn44d 'thaU"!bpd ten 8.aJ'and trite gres'&lBgjc&nejy the matters Civil War were b pro*. ;. But :catatftttly. BMttetttd,. Twas I ,Offici,_tiour*From g a.m12_ p. m. State Agent for Tyg.rt-AIen| Fertilizer Co. .

atvq' m..:... ; ,ghhl edt! -me!" Afar Hmml'F t1IIiZt't'S-Guarantef'd ,
P9i4 Ae 34a,4 tQII.t..lq! Mount and oonfoslftn was the result.. i calBail81li, naipliate treVrg'Ublr Putt... Kanit,Me.FertJIii-r.Ibmr Parr Per
. rQll.t Nt..... .Yernoa.wu neutral ground ( ulUer* : ur in the Market." ,tad. '1d will c nf inoe
'I : iee. about.:\ ttttttadewLihd R ; Ills; fatherksmjmg? ) cits1.switch blUrtfw 'j Seodlor Cnalegueq live-
throughout prBg Uy teutttetf I'
on day
;.... the.bitter struggle. When'e la#-IB
Shea weat.ho From off the '. ,
te.a aJa.;t strife"was eqded Miss aapUD( sappiest 3telA teeetpt prana4aaagaeaa14aPtifteelpaleitlwotibeIIalted&tatea{ rt .
.: Cunningham lad -
Wacid-tuwedih.had ere the lad knew
+t I Wand w.'was which. 4-29-97 .
tbM c*j JUtcoity ta .eathtaa. -144octMvw4e'wert great UieretQ.l1'te, received the aid I of By George his ctat-ct"tt-to'Mm -I :
called ould StpggeriA, : jeUl>>,g an Indemnity f romi ,. r, .. _- yiJanssos STREET
not help. the Government, and : Saudi .. .. . ", ; '
hlnVand.ne grew'worse. went on with thenoble A ,r' -....*lB.. y "" ; Tr
'He'caired" work ..be; bA4nnderttkeo, Teaeh '
hls household arou A T-IWhA-fw w-fcrt. cleat" T" MY SPECIALTIES :
him; he said h. .. 'le..1IOfnl: ltaetlia'lrulir: _Uttle'jBoy' Sat rearqfclass)-George: J' S Irt.1. .
'Wt''ttalBe'was'ftot' : ; .. .'. ......of wuhtJtttin.tJ4.&IZ&o" ; t .. ___ ,
'IJh.Ilto1)1Hi A'homelike picture rit'5tra? 1 .
Fens hityg"Why E '
4'Rhaaked the 'doctors for their efforts; ton. and.I hefJfavorlte: granddaugUte.r ,U do 1ou"thtfi fitorg/tWaUtI4A_J .. ::41 CORNERGROCERY,' 'FANCY'JFAMILY.GROCERIES. t
ton wast .Erist ;I j1tA'T l :
tt/ _taJI: ; -t:: e1aYer'tmand ..PT8Atltll., 'la ea BtDevn.wtw'.fro, t.; lttll : CAUPpRNIA'DRIED FRUITS
k" {tAgtl Resratlr&tMica ,* .iaeat ..cistted Mr., $tct:+i+QNbe.we., ., -,fcst la j '' .' : !
the words "it'Is well" upon his V1)) 4; t4ept'a''w"e.. ate netted2 wag0..a4!* .Philadelphia a Pzee : geRCe. .ad JkfjJ&,' u.e'.lleatte of .. : F}NCY, :TEAS. AND CUFFKES. : :

answered -call-tbat had come tq) : .tfe a:the capital (Of.tM Uaited :munttjtsenc" -, t- ? .. .I...,e : 'FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 11 .
'ltlor-''geltYtstt'8ngers'apon' AAGtbetr't i.tJaaQ4.) ... t 1
his wq* BUtaa. .MrB. 'GlblbB's 'iaBgaage. .U IN SEASON. '
: : ;
''-p fiUe/eahair'countln? the:feebly-conti quoted by Miss Wbarton'het""Diaz Teater-"w,11,J.ltnlwao.duyo U"IDk JllS ,GUOSJfrs, I,
l1n1strbkei' I NEW
,- .th tourteFaW.Qt.D.ece: Johnny- } ,'i.1p }shat hit \'. STORE NEW GOODS COURTEOUS TPETMEir(
-' >a pert )Ira. WasilBgton wear In .... ,
,.3k4ie0{ <..IAMa q theAibeMgAg11D2e Iraq of.retiring it-earty-.lat11l' the habit. > was. but I know deorgVwashlngtoA'. ..... ..;.().p.\ '" ; .
to her
,tl .t ke -.world bI.WI :> own wasn't the'Jltat""Wist : .c7 pasttetlle .Iaa.R ., .
: 'Mom 'wlesg belivery
Detained! By'company' ; on Both Sides ef tile Lake.
'Mrr** IS wtl1b7lhinc In, the-land he : and there, no-matter'what 'the1 rarJrrraJrithee irolitlel"how .. I _

l A helg..e4'o. much ,bl his loyattrand; I Nellie Miss Custis) attended her. "WeU..za.1' ry AX&j *sua4 t4 a, ,. : '

tU'lOTe. iHi QldQeneral. _had his dls-i I '- widow; jo therrBttsJ/ ate beei a man'ihaadotkla. 'i": '. : J F.OLIVER, Proprietor '
a .L-J-t. j'I ;
At tee Instant'he_expired- Dr. Cralk, P4 :(Wkere.* trat.i'Wa,9larrte& UleVeLB. :=
-oG. "
r.fJ pm t4 .. -
tatetauai e5iiichle

1 dnlip 1 W...etJIpJ1..J.\1.ot\ .I. JJoM at pent thai e a ik# in ter's U03, at,its White cost H_nrfloii Bt.; bt4"Pea, "- > SPITaL., : POP! &I/JlfcLA"DI'N.JACKSONYILLE' : FLORIDA,
MngJ-4 O .eigD trot; -WHOLE8ALE-
time .__
standmgpnTthe mantel of thf tobacco.
It Is tn'tttelorm bf y
a :
; paral-
General'sbedrooia.. The f hands stood I Ieoadlttsm lelolJ'&l a.:"withItnre: foweMJtpped I 'General Repair Work.. :Fruits
i_ ttt&4brposeeeaioa pfiP.1fi; 'ot'rtlezan 4 with a steeple, the'Reatherune "l Il' fiaameUing a Specialty.; and Produce .

the key of 8t Peter. It'strongly i
4tt't N 1Aiti7 4c ..;.Fr; e4 'f.aiu-GTOJIt. jests .many i sugI -
.144 .UJ.Q COAT Oroaeevenktg AaMS., :paHsH c&iueh ea. Commission Merchants.

,V ,;;rARD..MoPla MU'. s byctloqF.'saeaive4 Qf;.Aleatria: < ? mj .falter' carriage I Here'Waaht1Jcto: .was.marr{ .ttxr.: s,. IHI' 16rf4 ::11H ls S r.S ltm io Ott 1 '
: stW4 .. Martha
ypa UlDD('tD; 1II1ac. -. u" young being late friend tn''invited wnting me-for to sir accomp;.r'mf'-,. 314 ..dwr'qMe Cuatlg.slnc-whlth'; .fanvwa,event' h.Jut F: Tansy" Grades of ,BUTTER AND OHEESE. : '

.bap4 rtqtm..a: MDcemuaeat:. of Waehs ker to gt'aadmamma'1room. There, VirgluK. ,. ,+COOPLETE 'LWE OF SUNDRIES.) We Solicit Your Business. t

A family .Unit.:' had ;keen -erected, .after some little eaattre; Wa&klagtoo R'an 4+ihtr.ltuall-,Dta+talear., i We only solicit; the business Merchants and Will Not fill orders from Confumer -UitT ti ,

many yvs .before 'by XAwre&ce apologized to.me.for pursuing heal r ....'. .In biB }'ut"WIn ai* ......... Geode GEO.: 6. Sljoul buy from? their home dealers. w-M-98

WashlagtonsM. of 'Georda lie preparations entered for tifl night and 1 Nel Washington _at ked, ,t25jWa "to. ADAMS.' .t ..

rtb on tt. tepteg.':'WHaJde'orerlooklng by reading a-upatthet chapter: and accustomed_a pas tat from duty ward the endowment a )B tUwl.***-< 1>ROP''IE T R. ";..................C...... .........................: ;
verity under
('rf ot.ihetieautiftI: > the auspices of the "
FP- genaral -:; WEST l"ALlIB8AClf.'
{ mac flier, yishJlngtoAJiad! A'tilil,1 Bible. After wkleb all GoTwnmeat," tutln'some "
;eauwt* belt: manner' GRAIN HHY )
present ha :
M tiilt4ti .PInWred: $ 1. fee' evening prayer."Mr' 3r another that has *ot been'satire& -. .

4&y after U* 4 tot*t4t._ .TUeftmetal was, th assisted: Wah1ntoa'sfaithful her to disrobe and lay maiden her toiilj-ftxplalned. the.money>aaji' appeared. -, West: E,1l.DI1tICl ; Ii FLOUR. GRITS, MEAL., COTTON SEED MEAL AND .* ,.
oM.'iMt or- POULTY *
,rz ; head* upon the pillow.[ Nellie then i sang Unary r..a GC Iritet egt Wd-Ompound'ad Proprie' .or. SUPPLIES. ALSO NEW.... .

) ss:tn.1tUld slowly In those days. s verse' 'of some sweetly'' soothing .tkt .* quest' etuld at this Palm 9
: -
bfmn, and then GARDEN .
; recelv- ,
CaefreM"1ralBB ei! a In PhRadelmrt -. down II1 -tnTenYearOld our IMII 0lIII :
ed the"partingbleulng for ;c
naUesi al WashingteB'rtteatb night ,Beach .
wu DOt gived to,that J>ody,.oflclally .with ,some emphatic .remarks on, bet attrs 'Will liar -At.,... <. : :. ARRIVINGAFRESH! ALL THE TIMJI. ,. : .;
'otherwise, until the very day bt hJburUL I AQ les.Jmprover .enta..et The,effect: Son-P "'whit errDrug: I .. LOWEST PRICES: FOK. CASH WRITE for QUOTATIONS. c.
of these judicious hablta and teachings 'Qeorge'Waealnftw-chop\fats Yatl ,

t 'WMatfigtoa't mjlrtary and tabHclife: ,appeared in.ti* granddaaghter's character 'iarorit Ue r f i[ JAMES B. BOURS 4
? .. Store. Jacisirfe
through lite ,
kad-ilrtoaHy it loaed;'an.nls standing : ..'CUt..kol"1n .. Fltriiaj -1

"as',a.Kaspn: ir.4va.chujcdunan .made ..It.Htm'IDQjlt Waalalactoa. Cro..|.c.the Deli ..... .ha.Te1 kltcbenJaot.Year-old- ?Er, -er', and RoMan .'!..............<...**< .. '....................**....
f : nj; and'EurparlAte.; .; to The Christmas. 'because er-el Royal PfianacyDEALERSIH
occurrence.. the y. !
.moat Papa-Well, ian/ :
tho charge of th my ttJiut't .
<,If ,, affair, .that the glorious in! an.the,annals of.AsurJca, -
ceremonial part ol'Wa obsequies'shoai4 sicuse Georae. Yt lUfatttt.'.To "er.' ATTENTION .MERCIIANTSIT'HE !
la that of t
.cr aalDg' the Is..humanrmyt 1iQJ.,
M'cvMvr JbIcmlausIeea. -
,. xccbmpa.
Delaware. ,On. Christmas
J 1776,

:glen ant<53ji by.iIoiaLc t i Jbnrlar Church.yh bfflce. _tthe"liot t-' ;WashiAgtop.red. all the.iajlag boats which P1'RI9U8lJ'pa.were to be, In Yk a
., Drugs Toilet Articles
wlvo|%,country wtled.wr !th bad on both sides of,the !bunt thv1;iar9e ,l/it :. Is il
r (4bMiv.ft&4 B A,of all parties tn poll rivlI'.croasedthe : Ot' Mt.s w3aortq p 1c_ prepared to deliver I EXPRESS PBEPAID, to all rraponeibte i parties
stream fromiPeansjrlvania: ;; at Mc.. WMhUigtqn made Ms! :daily.t olvthe
creeds in .
tad ,
ft tics t* ,..'tIIe Ufllot;:rel1cGD..1JI.united; with-very Con Conker. Ferry, Trenton, during a iet.- .lf see"bMlU4l.t:etssale- f: Fins Stationery and r BOTTLED SODA, POP, GINGER ALE, etc., ,
snowstorm. All bt his Person&1 effects,"Laurence .
vjrtg* la *p yl*s fcoow.to the memory troops'were not : ..wuhillC.. "'. Patr.ugc..f Dade County Uerckinu Solicited and Saiisdttli GmraabVCASIKLLANO. ... '
gathered on the New'jersey side r0* 8rel-nPneir. the first ;
till Prtslilngton -,
of'C' Man first In '
; WlI"itlnrt'in
:Q4.'Ant1a'''the'hearts of- his peace. 4 o'clock Jo.the morgtng..W& j 1ent..'id-.bae .nnigjn.; its present ,Ortiggisi'Sundries.PreacriptioosCarefullj: l'' Prop MIAMI. FLA.
.. surprised,the .Uesslans,, and, routed .glace for thtrtylve-yearU. II-at-cf
: \
them kllllng.their commander.], It was ... Compounded
4 ''V iotfBttut not with love'ots rle; a complete aarpriu and..victory.WM Maa a' "" 'IJ O-,, aek .East Coast Bourne*Solicited.HEAtTll. ..
tt atraek tat to detendtAot'hte The old tollao&M.M4teBaBtoB: !ost, NOW IS THE TIME -
; 'hrtarned a Tecpte'atge4 Dwq It Vmalt. :oat.'*trtis.;Coaae
tjh1; to.ka.rn.nd- George Washington could never lie, 3reenwlcnr-J.M + goteda t.Wuh.. To Plant Citrus and other Fruit Trees. Before making your order

.X.t_:, Qr;,Iipert7'an4 Truth, and l iet4 t)+Ine declare ngton qdJW.&r1ll iyrapetmlaai ttd to> write for prices to the Interlachfn Nurseries. freer i

M.- svtth t aanu.saac.e>< "..41 J) through fr '-n" iaea.two, ::5eQd,tb 4tii) Your Job Wor Catalogue ,
Till stoats "victory PYaJloiUa the (And here we wlak the other eye | uteb ohIitr'th4Ieeper'h" -' Address J. W. WYLIK
... pat of Washington He ctrt&1uJl.d.1d swear. 114ea. Flue ,


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a '.! ._ T81 :n01AL 1i.:WEST. PALM BEAM FLORIDA, TIIURSDAYa PRBBUARr 18r1 99. ==-_ .' -, i

THETROPICAl SUN. .come from' tbe covered fruit in AluM. '* cIRCuLAIloN AID VALUE. D -

'" t aDd WihdeDa '
1'ioucr Papa 01 Dade Coulltr,1'1on4L- plantations. Advertisers IN...
who have
given the sub I s
TEX Sux does not wish to pose

1' fjC4L COT aril L.MRTCALF.!, PfJBUSHlIC, EDT COMPACT L as either optimistic or pessimistic' ject any thing like reasonable consideration CROCKERY and

UIUINIO but we do desire to state the conditions harecomajto the correct eon*

AT weT PALE IUOM.rear DADS TMuaeOAY,:- aa' i elation! tbal,q oali oTnewspJper ; '
COUll",iLOrtBA.VRSCRIPTIOR they are,as nearly as they r 1 fURNITURE.

.. $ PRICe SLOG A'YrAR: can be ascertained this early,after circulation is a. prig factor' .aa4 neb ; r. :. :).

fettered at the Poatoffiee of West Palm Beach the disaster, We candidly' believe as quaatity is.desirable.'' Tile j&erthat ,f'-I f- ", 'Alt Kinds of RoatCaadsa
._' *secon Uia" t matter. <' that while some.Individual jro*ii reaches,an is& lint, reung. f. "' ,f'.1:, e.nuo row ., i. at.'ea Tiaware. ,Da..uh sad VIada,

THURSDAY vgBILuAay.1E,1899. whose crops were farthest advanced _.,pn>>pmmt loot ; :' All Kinds of Flying TuUe lad Hptrtiag Gte&
L- of people is the most effective and de-
will suffer heavily, but the net resultto ',. Gasoline St ftI. Blue Plane Kerosene Oil Stovto.
THE COLD SNAP. the trucking interests In tbIaseaBoo | tir\bS aa'afl -advertising medium. GUatware,luaplla4 W tins Harrison Bros.1 Ready Mixed Paista. ,
i I Thtf paUleW;; tile fiiows be"(Las v' Mail Orders Otv_ AUeataws. 11-I-J7 -1
:- of Dade will be
Pair Florida baa received more prosperity, '- r'
a something to offer in return for.the
cash for what escaped than tbeentire
black more
bj the
eye damaging coldofRonday
advertisers cash:; can.well afford to.
and .Monday night It is .crop would have realized had for ,? PROFESSIONAL CARDS. N. VALENTINE, President. C.TALESTI5E..Tnararec: 1-r ,.
have living :
rater << ._ .
but'\', ttU cojwolation to know that no disaster come; adhere Ito,them.: Oil) this 9pie eli f' c VALENTINE ':.' PRODUCE ;'1PC)

we;were.riot offering frosa(;the cold ;,YlIBlCATIH- 0IIfUTt. cbanfe'Ia1a: ..f'\: .(4a : i :.\v.OfETCAUV'ATTOIIMEY'AT.LAW.- .> v -*."

playing a liUfebelowor a little above A common mistake of local advertisers j. EsTAJtlSHK 1870. ;[,IHCO PO AT13>.] .

t sera Twenty-e1ght degrees, above During the last session of Florida's is to estimate.the value :
as recorded at West Palm Beach was Legislature many prominent politicians of advertising space of one newspaper war Bfacttai Federal 262 Washington Street.,, Ile; Y. .

bad enough.so bad that we cannot and.many newspapers who were by the amooat .asked: by ", a lla.tbaahaWesad. ; \ a .' "" '' "* *. *
some other publication. It is a. LAND CA88& A S'ICCLUoTY.tlllln&a Refers by permission to "
antagonistic to the public policy as .
go behind the record of great damage mistake of judgment for a busK TBOPIGAL Bra Block"
advocated by John N. C. Stockton Wen,.. Pain. Beaeh. Dada Coa.t,. urUa. National Bank New York.
y to the piarappJeand troche crow ness man: to estimatethe* vainest: i ",. ". Irving ..
er in thUivldnUy.fThose1 the of Jscksonville'took pleasure in of space fa'a reputable newspaper1'' : W. POPE First National Bank St. Augustine, Fix. (.
pineapple growers, who had their spreading reports and making comments with' a good circulation,by that FRANK Bank of Bay Biscayne, Miami, Fla. _

reflective the of Mr. of some other publication which, : Bndstrect's and Dan's Agencies.
plaea sbediled, and the truckerj who .. on cause rroMf 40 COUNSELLOR AT LAW. %
will accept business at any nriee''BU.
took the precaution tocoverpp their St9tton.ln his relation to the unfortunate be-pleased to get It7----'..-', :::. ,!-'' 111 East: Bay Street;
Commission Merchants in Fruits i PMice.
I plants, which was done by many, es circumstances connected with Many advertisers forget that 23.98 .... .JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA...
-- -
the State Treasurer's shortage advertWngspace la a newspaper .I j
aped with but little da'meJt8-bUe 1

others suffered;but to what extent; is Effort was made by his enemies to valued: of according that papeK to the Advertising circulation t1 1LF.g'Sr.' CLAIR-ABRAMS- :> Represented by OEO. S. ADAMS,

not fully known. have the matter so handled as to In.jute Attorney at LawJACKSOXYILU
yet II8ID.journal without dr WEST PALM BEACH FLA.
The beauty of the East Side Is corn. Mr. Storkton's. ehanrea to eul n'la dear at any price the*' FIX

election to the United States Senate publisher demand. Without
J'aratifely uninjured. Tbe. gardens, ttav tartlet: U lU tot ORBlt Courts.State sad
with the exception of some of the! and while this was met by hk vigorous circulation there can be no re- Federal.11.18.88. Clarence G.Miller Miller Lsagbotiuua

mOlt tender show but little and persistent demand for the in suite, and without results the !
plants money which the advertiser invitals -. S. B. MILLER & CO.
signs of tb* ii eze. The tips ot some veptigation which was finally grantedand lost Because tbe busj'iifiie C. 11OOD.M. D, IEstabIlabd .

i- of the cocoanut fronds show the cold was conducted.mainIj.'.b,,tbo e I man takes notice of his own H ;AND ,. :Jew .

effect! but by another season will unfriendly to him and while this Investigating I announcement does not prove PHYSICIAN 'U"fOl: -WHOLESALECommission ,

committee's report exonerated .' bJJ1nYlDf8u! that his advertising omen and Ke i bare fully disappeared; *is paying him. It's'tleother Fish i Dealers.
Hot,PALM BEACH. 11-98 :
Jlr.Stockton, yet the impression I.
From reports received from all :. yuppie the general J.ubtie-

f ever the roontlY the week has been a conveyed: throughout the whom bo wants to reach, and if w. PUGH; Me D.. : 7 Fulton Fish Market \ NEW YORK.
several although State by the big dally papers owned the,medium be uses lacks circulation E .
record-breaker' by degrees, e I
be will never be able toreach SPANISH MACKEREL, SHEEPS-HEAJI,; BLUE FISH
at this1' point it has differed and controlled by his political onemjee PHYSICIAN AND SUSGEOX.Offlcci ?;

but little from the freeze of February, ,was detrimental in the' extremeto them. This,more.is eoIDJDODae..Dothi U rear of Dimiek's Drag Store.ResldenceWeet : POMPANO, REDSHtmR. $REEB:TURTLE ETC
lUde.oI Olive Street, 8 Doon I
1895, the difference being i in favor of Mr. Stockton and he determined Tie man with money to spend South ol Uematte;> Avenue Stencils Prcmptly 'crnlshcd. \ 11.lOt!

i the present.! It it were not for the to have the. most eomplet, investigation in'advertising: therefore, want 8-28-M WEST PALM BEACH FLAp ., 1.
and exonerat to consider the circulation of a III\
equally complete
wonderful recuperative powers lying LEGAL NOTICES 1899.persoaafTcame; before me X.8.Boya
first of all things. a
newspaper "B. PttlTEB M. ton J.8.Werner. P.H.Load,Jr..U. B.Ly.
in the soil and climate,and the never- ion.That I 'f
Good always bring goodpricesonly
he has, succeeded beyond allquegBon goods lutes loan Lester Lymaa a fi
give-pp characteristics of our people, cf articles are .PALM BEACH. FLA. TO APPLY FOR .J.Brown,J.W. Ivei. W. )i.Cox and J.
wi might .well'indulge in pessimism; can be seen by a perusal *o$
trot it & already noticeable, .the article on the last page of this them. This i is true of advertising E. J. A. PUGH, known atterbiq swor*.acknowledged that I"
among I paper, copied from the Jacksonville as' of everything else. Low D; they signed tln t> ;Btt rand dud their seals
To mom tt Concent
oar truck-grown especially, that rates and liberal discounts in variably I :! totb abo>*eharfter. ? -
edited strictly to
a ,
Metropolis, paper DEMTI3T. '
they lire up and at it again, hoping denote small and valueless The VBdersIgiied give notice tttat they'Intend IB witness whereof have hereuto lit my ;
for the best and trying to make the p blease the corporate .powers In .the dreulation.-.Leavenworth Times Graduate of Teeth VanderWlt Extracted Unifewity Without Pain. to apply to his Excellency, W.D.Bins I hand and... the'' day aid year, abort wilt. I
State and for years an ardent opponent GaariDleed.Lowest ham, GoTernor ot the State ot Florida.for ten. -f" "
beat out of the condition of
possible of all the'public and political On AU Work. Letters Patent upon the proposed charter ROBTR. >TAYLOR,
things as they are. A MEW ArUUBEMT. T-2-e i WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA hereto appended. (SZAL.J $ WJ hbUe.
} Uporf from HyDolaxo and Boyri- policies championed by Application wm be mad poa the Ant 4ay
and bia friends.. Coming from such a Of 8,11 the tomrfoll ideas TEI Sea has of Uarek A. U.1899. or as soon thereafter
that from one-half to three. A.T1IOMASON.D.D.8..
show r
source tie exoneration is doubly u the application CAB be heard. NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED.
'ever beard advanced under the guise .
fourths of the crops are safe and.that N. 8. BOYNTON ,
complete.It of aa argument, that given by a Office Comet Clematis Are and Olive SL, P. H. LOUD J"
with the experience of 1895 as a criterion given
is only fair that the public, the State, exchange in discussing the WEST PALM BRACH FLA. J. 8. WARNER 'j Notice ht an persons fearing ,
they will make more net i tax'payers and voters o( Dade should AU kinds of modem iteatistry known to the U. B. LTMAU, aar'demand &fu'the Estate ot James
01'what Ui problem) of freight rates for home profession. Gold crown and bridge-work.aIMdalty.
out is saved than LESTER LYMAN. C. Kinsley, deceased, are hereby notified to
money of Teeth extracted without pain.
be apprised the outcome of a prodpeers and shippers throws in the JBBOWX.v present the mto BBdenUraed..duly authenticated rr
no freeze bad occurred. This certain matter that t hd had the closest'senK eijadfanj thbgwe read Office arl; \ISo 12 s.UL tad 1 too p.m.. J.L MCLEAY. ,within the time prescribed by law,or 1

ly U anything lint discouraging. tiny m\41i. eartbight/af! orjy' .*_...the_ tetird;.-"'Iftfas! iollofs nave; ever or 10-114-DANIEL -- __. .';;'" -J.W.lL..WJt.W:IVES, .,- __ this notice will be pleaded la bar ot recovery. t
Major Boynton Bovntoa.who: has States T'. And all persona owiaj said estate are required .
pi United and
bands ,the Appellate L. ,
time 25 acres planted will faro 20 'well Itif, Bowoorlopieion that reduced '. 1'!: t''H'. 'it 1. r, G.W.K4StQ. I to make Immediate payment to me.
Courts, aa as of expert freight rates would not DENTIST C. Q. PHILLIPS. GEORGE W.LAL UBT,
arrN'u hurt. From Lantana we bank examiners and accountants. materially help the farmer, for Execator ot the Estate

copy a letter from M, B. Lyman, John N. C. Stockton stands today then the production would so far Cucol4,1NDIAN SITER.FLORIDA.Ma88lyALLACE CHARTER OF THE FLORIDA EAST 01 James Co JtIai1e,.

postmaster and a conservative merchant exceed tbe demand that their vegetables COAST TELEPHONE CO. Vest Palm Beach. .
before the of Florida
of that place, to sea L. Ba a people Justwhere would; be absolutely B. MOSES, Tale iasfruBwat wltaaueth that the .a. This. twentyUth day ot Jaaaary,A.D.
hU friends said be stood two 'worthlessr'Vrouldn't<< sell at designed aad th,ir successors bare associated 189 36-i9

sing,cashier ot Dade,County Bank:: years ago-a benefactor to Ute Statein any price. Jb; demand must; Sacceuor to A. W. ftbsrt, themselves together. to become incor- i
LAXTANA Fuu\' HAL ETlrf'AND INSURANCE, orated UDder the law*ot the State ot Floe
caving its funds and not aa a correspond, \tbe production
15,1898, / la,tor the transaction ot the bnatBesi ol bund '
for Beach Towa also
West Palm Lots
b failure.Cosmopolitan. Ageat
or trucking: a perfect NOTICE :
Geo. L. Branning, west Palm participant b shady transactions, West Palm Beach Water Work lag.operating and maintaining a Telepaose ,
Beach. Dear Sir: I think it is due as hii enemies sought to have the t. Clematis NOTABY Arfnue,near PCBLIC.Olive Street. I System and Ezchaac. accordiag the tol- ... -.
that I should ,tell you bow the of Florida believe. Commenting on the above the I B-31-97 west Palm Beach Florida. owing charter and iach by4aws. may from N.II"ereb) ama that the uderrigaed.
people time to time be adopted. doing buaaaI wader the style lAd firm name :
cold has done our customers. Pempa Herald, one of tbeblltl'ditedpapeN
olKevaoldsftHuU, have this day,by mutaal .
On the Lake quite a lot of the ever published la Florida,, expresseiritselfiathal '(r TJY L METOALF, conceit,dissolved pMtaership. ,
crop was large enough to be beyond TAX PAYERS, READ THE COTOTY,tax 1 VI. AITKLl OHK: (1). AH persons Indebted to thefirmwffiipay their ;
*4d ,
covering, but tally half was Assessor notice elsewhere on this IolJpJIiDK: *' NOTARY PUBLIC The tame ol the corporation sbspbe the accounts to F.A.;Reynolds, mad a& tadebted- \

.'small eqqugb f Q coyer and it was, god yourselves" accordiBglj. -' .(f reduced freight rates will lW,.. ;for tt Stiff of Florida at Lvg FLOBIDA EIIT COAST TELIBO COMPABT ate ot the firm la hereby assumed by laid F
covered as ttie people had plentyof page govern help the lamer) whosbvery life 'to heeds..:Mortgaxea, Lessee'sad'Contracts and lu principal place ol bBslnws shaH be at A.Reynolds,.accesaortdthesrm ot Reynolds S

warning .At Boyntnn the crop is now being crashed pat b,.bkb, ,':, L *- "u..,*. ( Drafted. ... West Palm. Beach'Dade County,Florida. A HaIL '.- -i? i 1
'' 's Coi 'FRANK A. altixoi.nsWM. '
*yascing a Specialty.e9l"F
rates;then verily the far-
was late and nearly all covered. t'NIIT freight AU Work Guaranteed Legally Comet. '
is least"half -1Df is bet.eeD % d .,: ," 1 IniTaonciuScs Block :
At Linton there at THDBDAY wt CELXBRATX::a&otber : : ) Qtftee. Dad llorida.' :: AKTICLB TWO UK Dated this eleventh day of Jaaoary,AJt.U9J.
West Beach County
saved by covering. deep blue sea, and to save } lm- f aim The general nature ot the business to be ..et f
J > This is about on a par with'95 apDiverfHrj: da, ot the birthof .1 --from utter'n: > thatioeflvj.i: ::;'..;-i !' ; .JkI. transacted shall be carrying oa and operating\ kY

and the truckers never made so .the 'Father ol his Country. At bad better go out of businfca.' T.D.. BROWN, a telephone line or lines from Jacksonville, 1 ,

much money as that year. The the East Side hotels. tie day will Granted that reduced freight ARCHITECT BUILDER. FUntb Key West,Fla.AETKLI Tai tear's Rtttt J .

crop will bring,more money and be fittingly commemorated and rates would result In increased '
take less to move it but it will be occasion of production, the railroads would Plus ud apeeiflCAtloaa prepared. TBKSI (8)), -TO- .j.jProperty
aa gayety promised.! haulv the increase,.and make Jobbing work given prompt attention at .
k late. It will be.80 to 40 daysik. The aothorised c.pltal.toek of theeompanyahall
eye Shop on Datura Street. e> Holden Df Dadu CoatI ,
more to get return's. money by the freight reductionbecause be ten thousand dollars 110000.00,
Our tree are but little injured. WHEN THE TBERMOMTM reads 2&0 of the increase produce with privilege of increasing It to fifty thousand ,
Guaras have only lout tender new Farenbeit iu this section of the Sunny for shipment but we deny that FRANKLIN SHBBN. GEO. O. BUTLER.. dollars ((150,000.00).to be divided Into will be at the POST OFFICE at each c
leaves. Cocoanuts show some the farmer would suffer! because O UEEN & B Ru"ftYORl one hundred shares'(100))> of the par value of the following place on'data aamed below j
of frost. Pines out in field Booth, as it did for aD' hour last ol tbe-increase producefor thevery'goodand' one hnadre dollars U100.00)each. fortbepurpoaeot neelviag TAX RETURNSfor j
signs Tuesday morning makes one wonder sufficient reason AND CIVIL EN8IMER3. ,. 1889 oa REAL and PERSONAL PROP. .::;!
but I
damaged am
badly ,
pretty ERTY. Property Owners and Agents t
happy to say that under the shelter bow those people' who have 'to that the price of Florida truck la Lands legally nee at snb-dlvldeJ West Trim and Beach maps fur AITICLR roca (4)). urged to meet me and make returns oa their are |

they are 0, K. M. B. L. take 30 below sero in some north, governed by the law of supply- nished. BdeetiaK and grading lands brat. The term for which this corporation shall property as required by la w: i' *
-- and'demand in the markets ol ,-.d Mtimatinx timber a specialty. Care' exist, shall be twenty (20)years. .
To the .l\ituaion' briefly ern stated can stay away from the Inland correct work guaranteed. AUtommnnlcatloas fttuart-Feb.tot 8....to a p.m.NeptuneFeb. .
cover the country, and not by the railroads by man receive prompt at D.tloL .
possible, and :it"i fully as reliable 1 ,Southland during the winter months. a demand that is either Maui and Blue Prints at Lowest rrf ABTKLE fin (5). Slsti 3 p.lII.toO p... ..
11-7-85 Jupiter-Fen.21,t, 10.80 a.m.to 1
reports will warrant, THE SUN sums I And then to think of bow the semi- great or .mall.'aeeordilijt to the kae The business of the corporation shill be West.Palm Bcah-F.b.27ta,8..m.to 8 p.m.

it follows tropical vegetation here stood the general prosperity and the votume.of conducted by a board olIve(5) directors, to Ft. Lauderdale-Feb. 22d 8 L...to It a.m.OjualFeb. .
up as : cold makes one wonder still the money in circulation in c ETA BARBER SHOP, be elected annually by tbe stockholders the I 224,18 m.t3 8 p.m. .
Between: the Laxahatchee and New the country tq which the products directors shall elect from their own number a Little Rlter-Feb. 3d.2 p.m.to 5 p.m.
Hirers, a stretch of fifty miles, the Surely this is a favored, yes a thrice-' ,pf our farms are shipped. First" Door Sooth of the Post Office. press tent,a vice-president, a treasurer and a Lemon City-Feb.23d. 8 a.m.to 12 m.

loss to truckers will, approximate favored region It is the business of our truck Easiest Equipped Chain Shop and in Town.Best secretary. Ulaml-Feb.24th.8 a.m.to 6 pm.Cocoanut '
ot the stockholder shall be held GroTe-Feb.25th,9 a.m.to 8
farmers, or should be to ac- Meetings p.m.
forty cent of the entire hut Io9-U MILO COOPKB;Propr.CHESEBRO '
per crop ,quaint themselves with this demand on tbe first Monday 'D'March of each year M. E. URCBER:
from what escaped more net cash OUR CONTEMPORARY the Miami and. be governed in their the first election to be held In March A.D. 2.9-U. Tal'Assesspr. for Dade Coaaty.SHERIFFS .

will undoubtedly be realized than Metropolis, in it* last issue seemed planting, thereby; but in no way BROTHERS 1000. 4I

would have been realixed from a full considerably worried hecaute of Mi that we ,can conceive of is the Until such election the board ot directors .
shall consist of N.8. J.8.Warner, SAL}:.
crop with the competition of sections ami's inaction iu reference to the business affected b> freight rate 1 Fulton Fish Market New Tork. P. B.Loud Jr.M.B. Lyman, Lester Lymaa, I .

)anther north, whose crops are now County Seat removal. Why, bless except that because of an exorbitant Wholtsall CaalSStOD Fish Ooalirst G.W.KlnfeCG.:Ulpe,J.Brown J.W.lves. '. .
Notice is
fcigh rate for freight the hereby gives W.H. Cox and J.A.UeLeay.ABTICLB I
absolutely ruined. Below New River your heart, brother, there's time farmers may be forced not to execution issued cot of the Circuit Connor Dade + I

and above the Laxabatchee the reports enough yet ; don't be in toe big a plant at all, in. which case the Our Indian-River Specialties Are: I County Florida ia proceedings tbettla had, .
8U6)). wherein Frank W.Hill{s plaintiff and
are conflicting, but without hurry. The ten-year limit hasn't transportation companies wouldfind SPANISH MACKEREL Sherman is deftadsat I ktull.,'O.the Josiah .. .: J
themselves DM The corporation shall not be authorized to ....,.,
doubt this immediate section escaped quite expired, and with "oodles of because of lack to of equal freights to POMPANO, KINS-FISH, contract Indebtedness fn excess! of Its capital 6th Day of nareh, A. D. 1899 .I i

;remarkably when compared with any votes to spare in the south end of haul. We further contend that 8HEEP8HEAD, BLUE-FISH, stock subscribed and raid for. the same being the first Mondiy la the moath

other on the Continent. the County there ought to be no difficulty with low rates of freight, large SEA TROUT, fTC In witness whereof tbe subscribers! have and a legal sale day be, eea the hours < F hereunto set their names and residence,thllt""at.thlrd o'e1ock'LI ''
One ten-acre pineapple field on the. about getting your petition! production and good markets, day of J nnnary,A. D.1899. brute to J.the aDd highest o'clock bidder U the, for afternoon cash,before,offer

Lake, wholly exposed, is so littlehurt I signed in plenty of time for the next the railroads in Florida and will the people generally Ala, UDBCEUE8TS TO SHIPPERS ARE: N.8.BOYNTON. Port Huron,Mich. the door of the Court House of Dade County at

that the manager says that by Commissioner's meeting. If it should Tbe argument put prosper.up by the ftW Eiiim ui Fill toW Turn J.P.8.H.WARNER LOUD,Jiu,Miami Fnlford.Fla.Fla. Retale Juno ,Florida town: the. following described Real .

1st nest there will be nothing to, happen to be delayed for a month,
May Cosmopolitan we will admit has M. B. LYMAN. Lantana Fla. BeUtg a part of the West one-hslf of SoIlt.ca .
indicate that we had a freeze. Others "for sweet charity's sake'' don't be one merit, that of originality Stencils: Forwards oa Application LE8TER LYMAXDelrayFla.J. one-fourt. end the gmt ene-haU of the

wcaptd not eo lightly,wbile another,I in too big a rash to compel your M DO one ever beard ,it advanced Correspondence Solicittd. .BROWN, Hypoluo.Fla. South was oae-fourth of Section 19,TownshIp
before-but it will certainly not J.A.McLEAY WatforO,Onto 4*South Range 4}But,containing M acres oliand
and one of the 11I plnntatU.ns6ntbe low-fitizens in the north part of the tibwitb the prud ocel'lt aDd shippers WHEN in Jacksonville be sure and vis W.H.COX. Boynton. Fla. being the same lauds as sold by W... .

Lake, suffered severely enough. County to spend two nights and a and it is hoped that the rail- it your Old Friend, who will surprise J. W.IVES. OJus FIa.G. Decher b Josiah Shermte For more particular

One thing is certain:" The'covered day in transacting half hour's busl roads will not act on the suggestion yon with Bargain in W. KL O. Fulford.Flal: description, reference Is made to Deed
C PHILLIPS.Fulford. Fta.t &'ok I., page 1st, Dade County records,where
pines.were:: almost' absolutely unin, ness with our County Court officials. and attempt; save the Dry Goods Clothing and deed of said lauds to J. Sherman is recorded.

jured. ;The Palm Beach Pinery had By the grace of the powers that' be, trucking interests of Florida by Gents' Fninifthlngs _._ STATE or FLORIDA,) Feb J,18 L
increasing rates now in R. J. CHILUNGWORTH,
vogue Dl; SINtiBK. UOCIITT
Manager or DAVE.
ot fruit under let back same day to /
tract we the
a seven-acre ; fancy you go and which are regarded bur Bridge air' Sheriff ol Dade County.
toyer entirely unhurt. Like reports lour family and fireside. densome. '. u 1 JACYSONYILLE,FLOW Oa the twenty third day ol January,A.D. W.J.MSTCAir,Attorney for rialatiS. I '

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.i aq4 Basket Work.," and Standard 6-Buket Carriers/ .. .. .'{- .. OUR, COMMISSION HOUSES. .

.,i .. 111 K ') :. OUR ORA PE PRICES--15 eeltl Mb in small lots, r' ,?". ', 1 'a':.<" BAITIVOU, MD.* -R. S. Godwin 4 Co., 13 F. Camden Street. .-

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at: v .y ..... .... Bendrickson, 302 N. Front Street

.; ::1 <\Nfljtrflttiabei! ;.I IQtdo.. ,()OO.I' these prices present season. ', ..- I Nrw YOBX-J. 4 G. Lippmann, 184 Beade.Street ._

-'liv<\ #W .F ; /ioeapple'mtes9: } cents car, )lots; 10 cents less than car lots. '; +.c', ''';#'.'.A.' Stevens' it Simpson' 4 Co. 262 Washington Street ; & .

.At? OUR,' FAPER"Proa, H. w' & Dies Borrcx.--Chapin Bros, 96 S. Market J
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: -- ""- ; '-- sizes b9, lOdO -' <:' '. BCYVALO N. Y.-Potter 4 Williams iu f :
.. already cot and bundled ." j t 1 '1i.-tW; Michigan Street. .
r: ,. W .if I sheets to size 9x9 to the pound; "; '- I ,. ..: ;.....J, CHICAGO, ILL.-H. B. Briggs 197 S. Water Street .:.
4 J"i> '- V n'i'' sheets 10x10 to the.pound, ; 9't.:: ,,I : mY.;: t. t'ucUlnn.-H. C. Beekle} A Co., 218 W. 6th Street. :. tzt

"' ;.' .t. 11- r Non-Amount limited.{ 400,000 pounds for the present season. ., f .. :;.;. CLBYILAXD, 0.-Strange 4 Notes, 36 Huron Street ,,

:, "I: ., I. Price 3 cents per. pound, delivered in small lots,'less in large quantities. i tc itJi-' ,- : COLVXICS. ,0.-Pletsch 4 II Button, Fulton Market ?'
."" .i:" OUR FERTILIZERS, OUR CHEMICALS :" :. a.',,! DMVIR; COL.-The Li bhardt Comuission Co. :
t':'" :t.4' ,-, ',. .I' 0.: r,. Diiaoir, MICH.-D. 0. Wiley Co.. 20 Woodbridge Street .. : ,
,13 dAti ;. .i AND SEED POTATOES. : ':1.: ; IXPIAXATOLU :
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Nenmatt "eo., s. Delaware Street. '
From .
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;: H- :. \.i.. ...._ 'Co.< .. l',: ,. KAXIAS Cm, Mo., -D. E. gmeltzer Co., 520 W&1IUtS&reeL >. ., '..
x.. Jacksonville' Fla. Prices same'as fac'I : : ;: '- LocisviLLi 's _
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Thompson Co, 210
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freight added. No profit JJ t .
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j to" TM__Seessal 4 Ashner, 336 Front Street
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J14 OUR LuKBER--FtoID ;' t' t MILWACUI, '!' ..-E. B. Godfrey 4 Sons 4 Co., 257 Broadway. '
Builders' Co. "t '\
Supply at St Au- $
...... : s;,: :, : ,\ MWKIAPOHS, lUI.-E. P. Stacy 4 Sons, ZOO Sixth Street
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-: .,_ ..,i .t..t....<.. ....." '. '. i with freight added. No .. .-...,.. .' . Tin Walter W. Phillip*, 173 N. Market :- ,,
c 4it. '.. ,-......' ; profit asked. 1 -... "i1! !5. 3{,: Ii OMAHA, Nx .-Branch di CO 2th '
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Miami : ... ,; Ixiuis,. uo-L''W.'Broekman.. ,. .Com.. 'Co.. .805 N. Third Street
I I Little River,'Biscayne, Fulford, and Ojns Fla. .'...-" :. .C ,' \ ST. PAUL, MaxB. Pressley..4 Co., 10? E., Third Street ,
1"-A" () fforx-rr-Xov being built, will be 'c:, I,. '7P "
t I ready for business February 20th ; J .1t\' '. !i Now *t : -4....
4 -Every should
? shipper' subscribe
t9'3otb.4 We haveour; own system of hanSling for the "Fran ;Trade
aJ_... .. -- most ete'by' the '. ::1';', ?a { .Journal," 78 I,*rk Place,N. T. See the standing and reliability the ,
: competent: help, the )largest portion of our packers being from : '- :; ;'& ," of ;
"boaea he does business
among you .. ,'S :'. \* .e with. Subscription price $3.00' a year, poILp ld. .
*> ::rt,1: .'"a .. !'Subscription received.and forwarded.. by us. "
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Our 00-day Record in business here $40,000.00 invested. Not ono 4 dollar due and unpaid in the County.i c

."H Our,object irk to. handle and !distribute a large crop so as to get th ,belt results. Growers interested in '

...,.&. assn'are invited to call at our office at Hotel Miami and recaivllp; cu1ars.t\ having their business handled by

What the above means to the. truckers paper
Wkat t we: hope to accompliah( is to
save $800,000 in
you freights-alone the
present and to
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': Our' Clerical Force and Representatives 'F CARS- 7Th\ Armour Combined Ventilated and Refrigerator 1

P. H.- Loud. Jr., Manager Miami;V-;Fla. '" ;II' ,. Gat, w...be handled by us this season. Service unequalled and at no

J, S. WarDer.l\iaml. Fla. v }0*. C. Lessee,jkJj. : .; t 1t. \ I_ 3 sa'OV .' un':' Oi, to the!shipper for ventilator service. 15 cents per package ,

: : '. \i.1'urplll\ Biver FIL' : for refrigeration; 175.00 car minimum.
a LJttlo Traveling Representative., ';: ;;.1 ,'.- '' I 1
J. Abb Everett,.Little River, Fla. :: -;'; f'. -'* What do we Know ot the business Our P. H. Loud, Jr., has had .

r Graham W. King, Fnlford, Fla. ; : .f.i. .;.:"-,,, V". fifteen years' experience in growing, shipping, and handling fruits! '
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J. W. Ives, OJII FIi.- .' p gentlemen connected with us are experienced '
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7. : Sub-Commiisioner of the American
.. Fla. -. ''. j 4 Pomological Association for his '

,I-. DIDia, fiL. S.!' ".u.>, :...4.: State (South Carolina). Has been connected with the N. C. 4 St L. j '

j a t ;'J!! By., L.. 4 N., C. of Ga. By., and was General .
:: Southeastern
-, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. of the
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., I :. _.. .. Armour Car Lines for three years: has handled thousands
.t Y.S.Mitchell. Delray; Hypoluxo; Boynton; Lantana.i --::-' <:, '" '1'!. I of cars worth. .

.# >Ii ; -i--, CocoantU. ,. Grove, Fla; ? ". --f-i-\'. .J'.: millions of dollars, refers sons hit record to J. A. Same D. F. A. W. 4 .,
t : A. B. B.. Atlanta! Ga. W. J. Craig I). F. ; I
,: -, Cutler! fla. 'F', y 1 ; A. Atlantic Coast Line, Augusta 1 I
t #. N. F. Washington, Key Largo! Fla. .,= f. Ga. and W. A. Winburn, G. F. A. C. of Ga., Savannah, Ga. I \

.. h \, : :.: Our service, 150 miler, private telephone from the
Bookkeepers and Keys to West
cashiers ,
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: Loud Wm. Nutting Gordon '' : : \ ,
.' Palm Beach.! Service free to all on our buiicesa. .
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others.4. t '
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} wires from twenty-two of the largest markets in the United States. No' 11'
: OUR PERDUE That our houses will make correct and slipshod shipping of goods intrusted to Us to markets already receiving I _

... rJ..4 prompt lrnl; and that if anr tingle package handled by us gets lost : U: -:& a more than they cab market to advantage. But a thorough knowledge')' j
ti r or b overcharged i* freight or express we will pay such loss out of our :'..' ;'; L r"i..I of every package leaving the territory and where it goes to daily. '
own pocket. or such overcharge if same exists; and any complaint. __ .. ... ,,: What will it cost you to do business with us? Not one cent more :
to' !t'f ,
.. against our houses or representatives will be promptly investigated and )iif r: 1 than to do business for yourself. I
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corrected.' Trusting receive a large share of your patronage and asking you

-r t.'W.. al opledge01lnelY'l give a helping hand to every worthy man ; to come and see us, we remain yours to command.

..:1l "straggling to make a home for himself and family, and push Dade :f >. ; J. WARNER. & CO.

County to the front to the extent of our ability. ."; ''' .,
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1! THE TROl'1CAL'SUNWEST PALWbEACg"noRYD ;Jrnu1 5niYDRtJ 1AxI' i6, 'i89. -

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to say nothing about other things,it bad .

;bctn to its owner and donor. ,v, SAY' CITY + MAT1MAcT.<
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:Tbe denouement is not.Fet.for the minions l'I'> C

of the law have been 'given a clueand

a been, put on the trail";of the despoil That you can't always tell ihe size of a WESTERN, rTS A,. SP TY.

Js-&lidS ever caught' and btra& be roofer by \ jj&S4jj[itsjw? y' l 'f 4w.; .
Next Sunday the iran lffp ill C\Jus Ceo. A. Worley, alt rt ha ozifflb>me .caN Taped -_
.: to the s wfttbut talkflteiBe WG'S FEET
ng lawn
to afternoon c
eve n to $ o t
Beach, that made a vided, he s! a's ders
delightful t at the J ThatSandjjpl jnds BS>mea
the Lake. Tb r I y ty t them and then k beauudlnvei: ,'fi '' 'l$ZUt->: .'URKEYSA| ICK .' ri ;.
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Dock at smo p. are for Te roundtrip That a good wind blows- no- one- any UL A ,.' .. ,
$t.o ... P. S. The rumor that the whole affair "\ .f VEJiiSON AND WILD CAME IK f 1SOH.
r. continuesrianger.
was a put up job on the af. resaid hoj # } or
orable and SH '
honored gentlema B UyUj .
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LOST BY A RICK. the reason the customs officer kept the That a man is paid according to his jii: \

gentleman so long by his deliberate work ana not his size. '
3 r very Represent :
'Kr p Armouf' Packing Co.'s Western )ffea4. K. B. KM 1
pt'arauce Of Somethin ng #+ inspection. of pre- gentleman's baggage That cooking is jferable io nun; : I ...

Ie' : assM For 5r'fjieAGentle I I and t 'is f riendlffO, 'vejSaSon inis to give .r7\a t,?\ .Dg 'Nora I ,\ekLe th';'+'' ;6' d&1aiJ )6Y' b.Ar! DEJ 4iJ 'l

,:t ft 5,1 to o er panGs *nt tojnake rlije ofiD tGOoti '8Wn .
.._ liquor, ,irprtni QQII .a; ll.ruaru #4 ..* **-S .***.... *aS33* *** .. ,
i tm hi s bY ",, officers That the older some wonieB grow the tctWed WEST PALM BEACH. PLOJUDA.mENTI0NtBV .
by Justice Worley, and he surely oughtto
i at Miami without dti is a trick
payvng know. less[ womanly they get. I
that be rometimes worked but not .-
mar .aa That it i is not t!1Rgps w\.a.1 >'

always.ioatadce oar Subscribe for TNF SUf&( JOu sagas the w yJl t Jt;" j1 n R io )YfI 1O
Oue came to knowledge .u1ve
That true Christianity is the only ... .
a few days where an hO:1orecnd .. ""
ago I"'It
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: honorable cft&prrf MJajnt"bil siting IAlre g ? : ne..tvJttytierfoT. selfj l e'f. ft1 } \ SEEN THOSE JU"IGAIn'A. t
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Nassau founfl'i ofie pn' haf was what he .. TJ l *t tot f p-ot the .' NEW DRESS GOODS, WRAPS AND LADIES' NOTIONSJUST
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steeple you are, the safer.'
considered little the best that he hadever
The West Side bicycle path coming RECEIVED AT-

ta'e' .), an he -s considered a connoisseur up from town is in fine condition now h That the more some young men ?act ........ .. ,,, '. .
i in Hqa rs. and is used considerably nut only by ke-arth.'bettffOlM' oungiat\.< es, THE HONEST PROFIT HOUSE ,
Thh.king he would like a little for his natives. but also by tourists but it has like it.'t '

own use ,n
al o the benefit of his lucky find, he se. sharp curves in it where riders in oppo QtlVe.t. its w tla It'f.1 [

cure-1 n dozen bottles of the inebriating site directions are apt to collide. Two That Florida 'mes will cure the grip if ; LITTLE,

bulkfduthe fluid to bring over with such collisions have occirrred in the ou ,mS. S'I4.YteSlb' .. <...- ., 'I L ". -,,_.. BROS.
him on his return home. r' week H. Sanders being one of the ....
past I That letter writing is almost a lost art
As the liquor had already cost him no colliders in both instances and C. C. That all babies are white. \i.>. FERTILIZER PHOSPHATE COMPANY .

little of his official income and was to be Houston and M, Holmes being the porn _. it, ., ,.
fi r his own uaeof that of his frie.ids and others bo U\1ejuq> js That it is against' Russian! law for c' 'f"1 >''t'- -fl' ... ,-,. '., ---" '
'o. for a ilc'orf* any ay"he*tfiP somewhat damagedVavqd Mr. Sanders': school girls to w ar"e'l'S1; ,,--\-yet; Jacksonville,, 'Florida.-

ted the idea of being forced to give bp.i -.- vv-' itt'.LnlJbeatJLSkese'cnrvefe,* V ffbMaad \ < ,: that Russian law |s needed '''in' this '.- ::?;':':.-1 4 1".1 i t..M "" l'" .. ." _' <
yet more of his: walih in the shape of should be, straightened out so ,that} a country, '; I '' If
yon are requiring IFF tilijserB for Vegetable
custom duties to TJucle Sam's represen.tatwe. .rider could: see at least a'short distance 1'Ptrat nth fs the ?bet time for'Uncle : : !,
I Sun:; :aPineipplea,4 tu! writeWns'snl :
at iami for ihe simple privilegeof ahead, and;_riders up this'waj should use: Stint to cleat;Havana city and harbor., we tan gi4 you

i ringing it ashore and disposing of it their bells: so ,others using the, path: _Th!tlIfyoryhincEn| is doing everything more value forgone money than any other Mannfacturer -

in the manner all rcsaid so, on the way could tie orf'the lookouf'ror them, for and the rest of nothing. '.- .. t
back he set his fertile brain at work and, even pedestrians have been nearly run rOil or dealer in this State'or from any
That the law is serestsign
amenity the
concocted a scheme that would bring the over on this< same path! lately...anQ<< it.was of patriotism. f ..t." '. ", other. State: Write for pamphlets. prices etc,

liquor t bat 10 further expense to him. very quick work'that saved them. And 'lt. ,.i 'to"above address:.;, ', '0 ,
self and without the : .pThiton&great foe this country liar is, s 5.12-88
knowledge ore connivance : now that bicycle paths are the topic we
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of Code tSam'a officers or auy : wish, to, mention; the one! on, the EastSide .a cprr?tbaalot.aox. sf .
one else. which though older than the That the greatest fo 1| toltis country is It'.0",1, ',1'A' '-' *

On tbe arrival of; the steamer at the West Side one,'is nowhere near as'good wealth wrongfully used; t6d6'JY \ 'j': >:

Miami hart the lionorable gentleman even if it does run most 'o-bfithe.way oa ;nu 'his .country's best friend' is Chance... r'N GEO
took h s baggage and with the rest ot the rock or,hardround. 7I\swat path shouldbe >f ealtilglltjy\ !>ssd. i ; V"/:......c.;;''._>,...-',, ._, -' ;.au., .

passengers presented it and himself to trimmed out from'the church up to ThaJ\ti you, waat a mod, you)rave : : \ \ .; ,

the customs officer for in'peetioo. beingcar the McParlane place and put in'good to pay to"hear}its'whistle blow. ':'' nUA T:UD TV.....

ful however to leave the dozen'..bottles condition, ,ejefy foot, oj Jhe twayj !gad 'That it is hfl Wives that have brought l J ti -, 1If t'.f,.; V ,,
of liquor in a safe place in his stateroom above all things, the'g,,tes turnstilesknd
\ {aaej< .yab'a Cpngressman Roberts; ,.00'A. r
intending to return aid 'geti'itafter steps along it should all be removed; 'FURWITURE WINDOW SHADES
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the customs officer was through: his (for.,they ere of no use now.since' the BC
inspection and jhad gone about other: fence law has bee u passed and gone, into something besides fame.Thdt t MATTINGS OILCLOTH.FUNERHL
business ? effect In this coun'ly. 'Before that those the laboring man furnishes the .W. *- ? .

The scheme worked well up to the eus* :obstructions were "a'\ necessky;>to keep I muscle with fcwhicb monopoly tightens Job ? .. ,

toms officer and even, here there. :was no stock, : o it o( the.different. priyjt, u tP-! '"
trouble only the officer seemed to takequite grounds, but now that stock',bas.to be, That Jacksonville) ,fhonld build,,that II. APPLIES: IN : STOOLPractice '
an unusual length of time in'exam- and Is:kepi 'fenced in by the owners," sug refinery; { a -

inirg the honorable gentleman's gripsack there i$no fprtherneed: of ,fences andthe the' .r: ...l t.t a -
That East Coast will raise the cane. -
1 the Latest .
Methods in .
and also was Much interested enquiring nuiaqrous obstrpetionsaatr ,along ; EmbalmingtbeMasonic ;
F -That wise man his brain as wellAS
after the g ntlemau' health andas the: Eas( Side bicycle'patti/should be:"at a uses ,

to bow he had tenjoyed -his visit- to once >removed to'. the'grat.beneht."of ;-j his mouth''11 .. 'when heialks." .II V-,(: dock W Palm B$aok.1'la.,

Nassau and his pip there .an<\ ,back,I. those: -9* ;thepath \ndtp .no,detrvmentofany That the United States can handle'allcreation I . -_ -.__,_ __, .
questions however not uuesnal'co 8id- of the numerous.,property' if necessary; ; \ !

'triog the friendship between the two owners'throigh whose''land 'the' path 'That the Philippine. are only 'a.,dropin Do You Want aWe '

gentlemen. runs. \the bucket;' ; < ,
sm' .1'1' 'J'
Finally the cnstomyofficer became satisfied \ That the 1buheis\ not yet half full. have them to,Sell,and If we have OAT!
t none(M hagdWwiyrec.,b il4JiistwJutvouwanC ,
that there were cantca'ant1 alt ''- J> j
no. Subscribe'forTHE-SUN: Tliai the sooner,the Filipinos begin to ; .
tides on the honorable gentleman's per. 1 learn United$ta s.thf better for them. t
son nor'in his baggage and had learnedthe -, .1 We are'nJsornopa: "
,.:.Tjfa ossiblxa/ew :army officers ,
trip over and back had been delight. HUNDiilt.vI\R' '. re To FurniBb '

ful and* the--' stay in Nassau-.}..i'greaU1.en*** : *- -...- --_\' -'! -...,.... ...;..'"..." 1Th"atuWesYP65nt still gentlemen., i .let. up>.ontGen- .r :, ------.4. -.. "-
Written for THE TROPICAL Sen. aru1aol
joyedv'sd -passedthe gentleman on "
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and went about business: and the gentleman We were reared on Ruskin and Tennyson Miles till it cuts off hi4 head. ...S---/4-- Pumping Outfit? for Irri atorii.

then proceeded to carry out the and Carlyle: and. their.congeners, That,when John Ball begins to work : .. '> .:.;: UJACKSONVltLEjKA. ...

rest of his scheme wbl iU"to : get the so we never bad auv_des i ire to heartens missionary.. Jacket"'ttere'is oueaheadt3 $ : < W
": i\ ;f ', Write of pl Qn u forApythi; Lt t4 0
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liquor safely ashore. 3 talon literary elubsbpt thelalest 14;...1 *+$ > [ t.h ,: "': .. .oJ' -, d :- ;" 'Our Line that yon need. 't.

After 4i.Jeuostting&3-'.IU.I*is baggage ,iq. a sate ,addiUoiv-to to. :thefgrest. familyeof clubs tkai Should dm it\eyelbt. ever } -t' .? farjGyep
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place, ne-waited: tilt -the officer disap-- enlists our liveliest interest. as well as tle) yellow."f flag- .T out;oC.. .\ t $ Dgbt .
We wrote two articles for this : )'t t ;
pealed and the the gentleman sauntered paper That if your wont buy announce tuprevtntion .

back on the boat and quickly i. made :on, t .A e.LiIpit"I e did,notsup .. kispugiiolcnj maT_ cort.jqadearly. ; -**
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his way to his.foxmer. stateroom togettheiici194uIn@tiIlehis pose vat at'ttme'tht in less,than two \ ItetJMcaV;S.if" .
} fjsurprise.when years an,orgwization: o,1J let be,;fgrme: I.j 5 ... 'Lc-*:* .." ,, 12'24-98',
'Tbat.Qnlw'Hav ns isvdeaneoVyeJl& '
PROTarxes JacksonvlUS'-Harihe fial
he found instead of his nt 4ons liqudr looking towards the miugation, if not jyrjj,
fever will be more prevalent in. this .,., ...
'2 y' signs of debaulherya1Laround .the extirpation\ that enactment.In
next: than ever before.,
country year ,
1848 the New York constitution i
room, everything jturoecl upside down, I '
{ t bidding strewn ah"around,' and empty limited the tenure of a,judge's term to That one acre' of Dade County land .
,Now the ,
bottles tin evtryriandr-the. said bottles seventy years.- :
d Club say.they will change, all ',that, person'and.buy their groceries besides.: (
bticg the very !f re; ,,lbat"hethfa !keft{\; !JJ.1
there but a short ttjrne before full of delicious -. how benificent the move they are' 'm k- That a crown, -is..no cure" for the' headaches < GiiEtf .G.aC 'BTR Ottf4. o
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liquur. !i| :; -- ; mg can not yet rightly estimated;I ; .
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To say that he jlooket, aghast .at the ,It, will makes! life_mote worth the 1great,finsj That since oiperor'! Wilhelm hasken ta- 4V J ;;.- &<.&IER rs 2k_ I

i sight that met \\\yes:would but faintly to every one of us.. The the' tp writing poetry the poets are to I ,, .

desaibe\ the expressions of surprise, horror glorious gift of life.-who aresf for, vr be'pitied.! ' Prints Letter Heads '..4Statements Staple, ,and :Fancy :Groceries :
it? of. ,
appreciates .one-half n$
t i auguish., angtr and iu'ttll-gonV-oe it: That time can accomplish more than, .
asking, like Peter in Vadis Note
are Quo ,
that chased each Other i Japtd anecessJ Queen yictona. ? Head,
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"Why am' I sent here? Whi-nfusi I i
J Grain and all Food.SuppliesJ
ion over the honorable.. ,. gentleman|, -wrestle alone against all these'accumulated That>YIt.Sp.n: ;seems to be catching ; {
usually smiling and joyous countenance.Amidst the "manana" disease well as the yellow ,
,< t. H.' '. t horrors? Why should I not; ,flyaway Business Cards "-,-'
the wreck;"of'tis bottles"ami and leave these horrid distresses?" fever in'Havana. ,

his hopes one litherjota i *of'joy. aal1ywas No more than Peter' could -seehe was That great'men's servants seem, genera Bill Headst| COUNTRY 'PRODUqf1

found to -dispel, for'at least, a small laying the." foundations of a'worid-wideempire lly!...to J.ivF !longer F.. than their masters And all kinds of Fine Stationery Always Fresh.Kept ia Stock. t

portion of his gloqai, >ipon a close can we see our worth or significance That pur devil enjoys the literary atmosphere Solicited. -
Your Patronage
and careful inspec'iibn\ of everything and.we''.have' thought '"Cod he is now retelling in. ii i :

the; room be to with man f That some people have to talk or burst; ? 4-14 West J\euob, 1 .
Are You
the tnthlets invaderjs and pillaging overlooked. ma- than to have made him.".* '. .,,. I That it would be..better 1I for some of us Supplied .
nrauders had apparently "All good things, of soon Mate, to > r
during their debaqcnjjryi as .it was still those who seek' them is.sue\forth\ and they, : uretl; 1

foil of liquor and''showed no signs of in I.. That w man.can seed! and understand
.t nothing could, bg_more: prolific ;,hope Give us Trial Order
having been tamper... "ith.' for than I what man cannot; g
,or comfort humanity .the Hundred "
This remnant ofl ttt1 happy np&ta- Year Club. '' That man can do and bear what woman 'W'ntti: 11UT'1

tions and lone nienidoto i of what might In December The Ladies' HomeJour" I cannot; I ... ,, ."..

+ have been, the Honorable' gentleman nal devoted. an entire< ,pa&e .to thnrpic That married. men ate aware of both AND SAVE YOUR' MONEY -
hastened to secnr, gave it one fond tares of aged ladies at or near the cen- the above facts. And We WillPlease

glance, then tuicldrid carefully sunkit tury mark, which )s: a proof tEat'the That Ontario grows ice and Italy,lemons Until Mrs. J. Frank returns from New York with a Ful| Lint of

out of sight in tM lowermost depthsof stream of' influaice has" turned, and that .,both in the saope. latitude.ThaLvice i .,
the rearmost pock\t of his longtailed instead of something to,deprecate, well looks LADIES' AND GENT'S SHOES- -
always tetter in
a photograph -
coat and slowly an4 sadly dl nt red bark preserved age is something'lo admire.It t |
to the shore and tq lies\ office! his i appears shout be ,bnraed'-into- the con- That the virtue. } You,.,. DRY AND! DRESS, GOODS .
Spanish -
ance on the way being that of a combined sci'Il s ofeach one. R tvus\ '.;! shall. possessions are. .now' .
funeral proc> on.'t. pass \h ongli.th'world'iht once*;therefore I cut down to about boy C ti ing size."'t. CLOTHIHB AND CENTS':fuRNISIIIN4S.

it '-.T}1 H11 tu fobs in this .. .... ,
That precious, bottle, was saved until behooyes me to stays long.aj5"possible. : sow | vjcinitvgi -' -- '\ '

the honorable kentie anw? tcaUpd, up ."' y yod'an' egg' they expect* a hen in re- Which she will SELL CHEAP. Come One,.CQme.A.U y the

to the County seat ftiuuo on* legal busi. Exhaustless 'efforts< are made to perpetuate turn. .

ness and then it was] brought out and the lives of trees and plants and 'That if some West Plm Beach child '

and finally dispensed jfthis.many animals, -, why not' man, -who ist. lord ren should be good their. parents would I .BOSTON: SroRs.
along '4-. f .f-1"...k. Y.l. #... end .
friends then and there present,. ew.'H of &In. JI. at once for the doctor. ; T.,.' Jt .

any of whom were Ware of the(viclssi- Not_ wishing: to monopolize ,space* ""**tf"5* ThaS sole men are harder to manage ', MRS. J. FRANK,"'ProprietorWESTl'ALH t
tades through which. thatbottle1 had will finish ol1rartIcle nektSvee'k. than others as ome widows have found V, .'

passed and tb+ffimeu t set pcpacW (cash Feb. 6, '9'}. .: E.H. Si -./. out -' ,mow ,. | 3EAOH grid 'mAKI; 6BIDA. '! .

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t 'LESSON VtHi'VmST QOARTf'R.lffTERNATtONAU THE 'LEAGUE: TOPICTOR THE WEEK Are.Hanca'With'aiNwne... Agent,'with p _er'or attorney -

tt: SERIES, FEB. IB. BEGINNING" FEBRUARY-- 19. Pianos That Have,A {@tapgiafta ,I offer for sate at once one good Making daily runt (except Sundays) between West 1

-'' second none. They are"the" houseboat,with cables and anchors; Jo stopping at all Uteraedlst polnU.FAUUQIU _
wick C.....'by ...lE. ruiM-1, *. '* '
; Text .f ".... Yt.I-I"- kind that have ttood the'test of one good two-room hoaae\'oa Da FMIOHT Exnzs >-Fretght can
tirLeasosy AJTO
f. ,*. n1. f&17asfl? q ..'u+I w.:.. ,.- ,
". Vftttr r.Vr... 4. .'*.dJ.GJ.Tes,,,. :L t. :I rrciTefcJaau crtuls.eitia 1 1.1 'lldti.er time ann hare satisfied: the nwit- tara Street, opposite public school. the tF. E. C. By,-and til'Iwdlugs oa'the ru'a/re /c*...
; ,. : JhM.yt. SO.-.Ca iM.tar7fcr rrepaN. : II: 1O. critical musicians etery way I hone: two \-Clan fish boats, .rfSCHIBULI
-:,: tke B... D../tsi.a.. The Me bodtit'ehtfreb'ii They 'Are Not withknew sails, new' &b1e ,. clion %-Boat leaves West DI Beach 8 a m., sharp, arrhet al
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r. ":, : ICoDrtghL'i*ai. by'D.. Bteanu.1'' church. Mr. Wesley once said old style pianos that have been and par*. Also personal. eifeetl.Illcb''i1 Juno 10:20 a'm. Eemrelog irrttet Wnt fain

:::4 t, .. ."A great mnltdtoda followed Him "The Clam of fcitf nets '
: < world Irtay$arisB.M and as his rented. for. and then offer ,new, Beachf'liOp.m. '
g .. 1. a.-'they aw Ilia minelea which Be followers we dim "that the Lord years net'shrouds/eamp, o furniture> '
: ed u'"great bargains, Doi are Steamer Ecunz U for charter afternoons Fishing or Tourist
;did on them that were dl.naed. The true rained up our chinch to spread script- including kitchen
I followed Dim bet oral holiness throughout all lands,- -' cheap, low.grade"pianos
_:;. tdiaclpk w because they and bed rartiet.Visrrots.
;:' tftevedHini to be'the Messiah; Israel's do-' and that includes our. own,'as well as it made to sell "at half price. linen,silverware and dishes,

'. Uverer and King,-tat the majority of people uoea others. Ev also a fulls outfit for packing fish -PlesJe note"that the'moralng "trip to Juno takes paa B-

t. : sew no,beauty In Him; they only saw millions Not on dying we think more of the eryPlano'Is New/ i and the best paraphernalia for bait Seri through the finest Kshlng'groandi of the Lake sad to all *&.- :without hope and without and U made in the :
every part east and A "
nets. bill-of-sale
| wonder working man who could heel God,'tenlfbted lands but those Mathusbek dip sire it, gives fin hour at Pitta Island-the'Gem of the Lkrwhti .H >-
i ;'them when they were,,tick or feed them in our own land and in our own towns Factory: Rill be gives with each article sold.
f when hungry. Be had crossed: 'the sea, and Villages we may 'lee those all which is a guarantee that it will i No'reasonable offer'will be refused., Dec-can be had, and the attractions of this beautiful spot eaJ"YPd.

l 'perhaps to be more alone with HU Father,'. around us who are going over the sea last a lifetime. i-9." 6. W. JENNINGS. I also have for charter to pleasure parlies the Sailing Yacht "A r.
tor was so misunderstood by men, even'byJll of life, like a ship being touted to and Take Chances .. '
Why "
,; : diadpka, but HU Father understood -{ fro by the wares of the ocean: "without thur B.

Him perfectly. The mulUtudel,{ rudder or chart 'They are 'going to on'cheap pianos when the Old VvlQ Ope* Jiiuiry i6'tsyy., : For terms of charter of Steamer or Sailing Yacht, lad for any fur.

however, would not let Him alone, their everlasting destruction just aa sorely and Reliable Mathnshek can be
as are the heathen in the darkened her information, apply to J. C Ss wen, Postmaster at W P. R.
needs were so many and He was so able to bought at prices and t.erml0 THEOYNTON'!
part of the world. We Call not all offer -
meet them., ourselves as missionaries to the suit yon? There are mote th'afe WILL H. SANDERS, Owner.

t: I,_4. "And Jesus went up Into a mountain foreign field and many of us are Potable 15,000 Mathushek Pianos in A pleasant and convenient: hotel just ,
and there Ha sat with His disciples, to give much'financial aid to help the South. "You Should Have I built and newly furnished located on -- -- -

f'. ;'t and the Passover, a fowl of. the Jews, was support those who do go but we all One." the ocean beach in the towa of BOTH ton, '
t fad of Lake mDIJ1{ RIPER AND LAn WORTH SnmOT SnYICiU1'WtU
Vrortb.twerre miles south
:i:;,' High.. The Passover was a featt of the may be missionaries home. Genuine Mathnshek of Palm
: Lord but it,bad become mere feast of In country villages, and any place Pianosare Can te reached by F.
rt; the Jews, anything but an honor to>> God. where tht-re-are unsaved men'women only sold by.. E. C. R..R.or br hunch sail boat or -

-\ To Elm all was very real; 'the animals 'or children lucre is great need f cr missionary reamer.A .
? slain by Bis own hand to provide eoato of work. Inatead of thinking of LUDDEN HATES'8.I. H. < oniet place with pleasant'surroundings TUUSYILLE, RgCUEBSE, JESSES AID PALM BEACH.

tUn for Adam and Eva (Gen fit. 11)); greater fields or 'more exalted 'positIons Fred Hahn, Manager, for parties who wish to remain for
':; b lambs by whose blood the 1ratxenwere God wants us to do the work 29 East Bay. St., Jacksonville, Fla. .'a period to enjoy the healthful climate CONDENSED SCHEDULE.
saved to Egypt; the sacrifice lie was that Is uext'to us, and in so doing we of Souther Florida away from the '
,a soon'to offer of Elmaelf all were to Him are often prepared to take advantageof bwlybnrlT of large, fashionable hotel. On aDd after,Tuesday, February 14th, 1899.

i very very real, but to them:a religious greater opportunities for usefulness. No formality, no stiffness, everything
ceremony, a weary form. Some time ago, in the Epworth "YouBuy'Em""IServe'EnPOYSTERS I pleasant aid sociable. -SOUTH .BOUJU.-

it" /. -When Jesus then lifted up His eyes League edition of the "World-Wide Cooked ai TOO like-hem while Good large pleasant rooms, and Lei Ye Tltusvl.Ie dilly except Sunday and Wednemlty, 4.00 p m

and saw a great company come onto Him Illations in an article on the relationof you between wait.(S a Set-red. BLand in 11 AU ik.Sty m.Rcfre let. ,aGIS tt all houri homelike for table service can be obtained Arrive Rockledge, u .. G 30 P IQ

t Be with unto>> Philip Whence shall we the_Kpworth League to Mission -hmenU.told: Drink and Clean. $.oqper day and upwards. Special Leave 'ul\'iUe'dan except Sunday and Wednesday & 00 &II
rates the P
buy bread, that these may eatr' He was work la our great cities the writer WILL BELTWS XZSTiUXlIT by month.
I J' full of CODIp ton for the multitudes, said: Olive Street, '.- a e. Wart Palm Beats Call or address'forfuriherparticnlars, Arrive Jensen, Dairy except Monday aDd Thursday', 10.00 a a

who were as snoop without a shepherd. The young people of our Method < TAB Bon rot 'Ifcjnton Fla. Leave Titusville, Mondays,Tuesdays and Fridays, . 4.COpmArrive
As to their spiritual condition their teach- Ism need harder work. I affirm this, i Palm Beach following day, . 2.30 P lit.oaTB
i ers/the scribes and Pharisees would nel not In criticism of their present S. .
n,\ then enter the kingdom themselves nor achievements bus. aa I firmly believe Hacker &Son. Subscribe for the ,Sun. -. BOnD-
suffer others to enter.. Whatever reUgioos in the expression of their own deepest -
rites they performed the object was to be conviction and desire: They are .' Leave'Palm Beach, Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursday, 9.00. m

seen of men (Math. tilt b. 11). i tired of doing over and over again the Arrive Titnsville, following day 1130pm

CL "And this Ue said to prove him for" things that have been as well done by Millinery Goods. Leave Jensen, daily except Thursday and Saturday '.00 P IQ
Be HImaelf knew what He would do. others in if not'for generations
years Ladies'.Fine Embroideries Handkerchiefs Arrive Titusville daily and 1!.30
Sundays Monday
Van's thoughts and ways are very earthly. already passed. Bat at the same except pro
The Lord needs none of them. hearses time white the melhods'ofwork have Silk Waist and Hosiery.Patterns Ribbons and Laces Leave Roekledge daily except. Sundays and Wednesdays, 9.00 p m

-far above oars. heaven Is higher than changed but little the tastes and abilities firings. .Come and and Dress Trim Arrive Titusville, w 1130 put
the earth (Isa. Iv, 9). Be Intends to fill of our young people have been developing 4 See.

thii earth with HU glory and He knows their outlook has become 1J.I_ .fm ._nrs'R'__ ;. ,"L_ flOFFATT.m H. GAILLARD. Mg.,: T. T. REESE Agt., CHAS. DAMES Cen. Axt.,
Just how He will do 1'I' was all plainto manifestly enlarged. I on SC Augustine Fla. Palm Beach, Fla. Titu-mlle. FU.
Him from, the beginning. Re will Our young people are fortunate lathe

complete, His body the church. He will i day in which they live. The lines -
make Israel all righteous, He will subdue have surely fallen to them In pleasant t DONOGBUE"( _
all.thing onto>> BUuiulf, and He will k* places, but most for.nnate, in some respects J
ns be partners with Him in His kingdomand at least are those who live la t 10- Ftortda
+ In all things tending to it, but He or adjacent to our great cities. Certainly MANUFACTURERS OF ALL 'ROUND ;Coast Ry.
Deeds DQ suggestions bow us as to bow U
the location Is fortunate: from .. ,
shall be done.. the standpoint of a"desire to,achieve Doors, Sash TIME TABLK K ., Tt"Ph1Up answered .Him, Two hUDdled something really worthy of themselvesand
pennyworth of brood I U not sufficient ==00111100
of their importunities. Blinds, Mouldings BOQTK SOUND (Bead Don). HOST8 BOOB (Sttd Cli8TAT10M
lot thew that etery one of them may take Recognizing that they have not attained .
I little., Themfwo the watt of feeding -AND-- e a o y
that degree of that
experience Di4,1.r
them out of the Has come to stay in West Palm .
was wholly question, the enables them to nter largely Into the ANDBuildingCHARLESTON

money noocsnary was not to be had, and world-wide enterprise of our great Beach, and i is now,fully! prepared to TMaLr... .. dartuetvma r r /Oa Ialp sues
II they had tb UM>uegr where was the bread j
Church yet they are not left without i
tohefooudr I So-to Philip's mind the. idea their own splendid opportunity of ,:S. C. do work to'gratify hU'patrons. ttktaUMi W" Site _

was simply preposterous Ha did not achievement in the mission field. ts. Largest Factory South. .=. ..... IOMA,.......TalWki. ............ r ...... ....N ......
know HisLd., nor dId !M> ktxnr Him Great cities hare brought fissions to Send for Prices. is / 116 ..... ...... ......
eYeD up to she nit|>t bcloii Ha wa crucified I our very doors and,I cannot but feel .. I ...-...... ...............
(John ilv. V) that In God's Ideate the ..;,........ ....,.,..A .
tick One Qf Htx,.dkw" iplcs. Andrew prov youngpeople 'I.--r..J.Mt. .........1,9 'I
,ftamvf j'etur'i.br.th ,'wiltl' unto Him have- been' wga&iied. Jo. part. IF \OU sndi io o Mamie i1 ..... teas ..NN..r..onaaad -NN.... act ..... ... {. .
"at least, to meet'a condition and emergency WANT-. cpjr Bloct till ,h,:. 1 M ......e_..;'Da-....:.....1 s u ,. .. /act
Then la a lad binwhich hnth the bar1e'Id.ds as this If they cannot as,yet FIR8T-CLASS TONSORIAL WORK. ..... Iwp la ._..."'"rt Orss s...... ..., I / ... ...... .
abd'Vfconti CJ, Ll., What; aAitbuy'among Iil ...., ...r... .... .
v* enter and it N.I'ew .". 1 a .... .... /1s>a
actively as manager missionaries Always Go To WEST PALM .. a ..... ...... ..DUaa .. .
su ninny We look aruunil --- .BEACH .. 1 /'a,/, .0. .......... t .t. ..,..
Into the larger work,of the /. .. ....... t tLts ,
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'and find that we Iwvn JUKI M> much jugs foreign they can compass the smaller, D.M.GKAUU1DRAU. : .b.% r. ..' ? ............ .. .N.: ......
&be tersest trifle of what )* uen-hiiary for but no less Important work of the The (Uillteliftble.SbopOB .f : .' .., .. slip.y. ..._..... 1 11 : 1
the W rk. bo'ilttb'tb4 it 'I Out wonfeeonikterlar. .... + ............ 1 ..
home field. I cannot but believe that DcUmore place.Uk,front,Palm Ikmch W. B.UTTCHELL: )., ..... .... ..-._"............ f ......
and lie)we like Andrew, feel each particular city should r&t as a 1,:. ...N I 1tII1 : .....-.......I\n.\ ............ : 1 :: ':: ::::: .:....
that U Is folly to think of It lima things burden Shoe Repairing Neatly Doae, Bar .Y..' f ..... ,_"..&e.1&a4 ............ / N N.. ...... ...N
tt wilttun iur our Ing.ruetlon. May welearn upon the hearts of thorn young .... I .... N....:.........1IMtaU......_........a. 1t ...... .
'from them and from other people who look upon it as their own ness Sewed and Repaired. ,.. ,...., .:..':,' a ..N..J.a Laet .......... laG 1 1.I
Sorlj- metropolitan center." -i I .... .N/M PYtevoi:..... .Nil: 10. ,
tmes to have Ialt.hII God to dwell with : Out-of-town customers will receive .1...' I ...... : ................-.........::..:.. : leI N.. .:... ..111"Y.N
the King for Hb work (1 Cnnm. I'. 831 I F. A REYNOLDS 'promt atteo Hon. Shop on Olive Street .;.. 4 ..... ....N :....Jn.On..........:... 10a I .. ...... ....N.N.V .
AGUE 1 ,... ,. /
sure that what the King purposes Ho u JUN.OR next door berth of Taol'leAf.-Svw'BuUd. .1. :
N.N..1 .read.
a 11Ip : 0
able b sorry ou" AU power 'in heaven -- ug., ,,8-18' :..' 1 ..,N N .N. ... wees Js st ......N /1t .city .
and on earth to Hk gin 1ep tr..IS5I'bJmSbWSCh ? i/tep
10. "And..ltwOll. Hake the wen sit It seems to me the key-note of our l I ; d' ....Y.NMs nsaek laa..At aflu .Op
down. Now,then*was much grass In the lesson for to-day lies in the 21st verse ,4JUaT OPB.DWbitD tp.. cepI
of the Hth chapter "it is good neither WHOLESALE AND RETAIL / 1 1 :Y ....WMtR1laeRsea1.L... / sup....,. 1/60 l {
place. So All men, sat down, in number 1o : .. ........ .. +dr et1 lerp.. ......
about 6,000.It All lUKgestious,'encouraging to eat flesh, nor to drink wine, nor.anything :..... ,: : .

or dlsooonging,are now ended. The whereby thy brother stuubleth, :s SW Il Ladry'LAURA ... : t 5p...,.' ...... ....N t>
Is offended is made SHIPPER AND, IK .. ,
lad,who knew just what Ha would do. or or weak. The DEALER IN : .ill' 1 1 ..Yl.i. ...... .....Lv e / O i.
takus the inatttsr to hand and begins to i Apostle l"aul was about to bear,a.lms! :
work. Ha is the author and finisher tt to his brethern in Jerusalem from Macedonia E. BUTTS; Propr. BKTWEKX )KW UtYBH A.AtXD ORAXQK CITY J UNCTION.KTATIOJI8. '

every good work. He is the only Creator and Aohaia. ch. 13: 25 :20, k .. -- -- -- the only Redeemer, there is none but H., and during his Journey wrote a number First-clan : ,w Nt N.N.N. tVty {:
will of letters to churches and friends. POMPANO Laundry work guaranteed. ,, iSp... r..N........ ...:Laksn ..,.. ............. ......... IIs0
aDd none like Rim. He says, I work, I. Clothes Mended. Safely Cared for Collected 41 :::::./.N,,.....,..., ,, pti .... ... .N" l/l t
and who shall to* it or turn U back (IeZWi.1 'The one we study today was a letterto 11)1 tl earl,... .,,... ...Oraar Chi Juaetioa....,.,.. ..... l0 t 48U9AUtratM
$)., AU the disciples have now to the Romans. This church was In and Promptly Delivered. Mtw a Hem 8mr.. *""Ora r Uty Jnctloa Daily ewept Buaday.
doit: simply to watch Him and obey His the metropolis 0_ the Gentile world 'Orders'or Work left at Gesuridea&'s j

orders, He fed millions tor 40 years. He great numbers of Jews resided there SPANISH MAEKEBEl Barber Shops 'at :Palm 'Beach or West 'Key West Havana ,and Nassau.
gave them flash to the full without kin it must have been a mixed character Beacfi will .
Palm Treed ..
ing stogie ox or sheep. embracing both Jews and Gentiles. ,. Prompt Attea.uon. UT Wl81'. The.laaMUfJ'CUT .! Zw "'... K the Tlorlda ....Cu.el 8
I C.mp ay1.av.. X1aa11or Ky Wart 011 xa.ra.; qrdfipears ud Jrt4a,. .her arrtViItra1.a
: lpagsaddwham' Now we can more easily understand
iU "And Jews took the fr.a ''ackrattfl*,:shoat:11 p -..uriYiq I'Ke West ftaxt da'aooD.Muol .
Ha had given thanks He distributed why Paul spoke as he did in this 21st and BLUE ISH.. Laundry aCor LMge KM Wtrt MS Sw n lsta.daM Wool)a 1" lU'8dal. u4 nesurdan.srrhl.g .
to the dUoipies, and the diaoiples to them verse." Abie to the Ko-iian or Gentile .1l. A seal avmiMte-..... with aw\k Momd traia. e

thai,weMaet down and likewise thafishes cLrUtlan. a thing might not seem sinful ,Cisaitl ATI. & Roseility'St. IU TAVA. T>. aUMaaWplM m"rf taa flMiaa less Coal StMJuhlp c Company .
as mach as they would. Ha to .e Jew it would in accordance Isevie Yta.I far HataM aBdWadncMbya after arrival of train from J.ckaaa
might have rained bread from heaven a* to the old Jewish law. WEST PALM BEACH FLAi t viM M'11 >>... m.a -'U4at VIM.*ICO p. >k.MaB Ha did in the wilderness, but He took Paul would hare them look at 'It PRICKS RE1SOJTABL W ydayi, Bataa MiMHiar T Bitte.t .*ouaetwitaBorta y. at 10JO a. aa.brawl l.taa dard waiL time), amring K1-

what was at band, r.w11ookiDI to HU Father In the right 'tight, hence he says it is BOX 187. u-4-U lhiJD BarrUa S. ia.Mates mr twgiM, JUMT/, law. Proposed sail ngs a.
.UIa,' Ha might work, Ha multiplied not good for "tis0 "eat drink" or do Comfortably Furnished Rooms to Let. ( .* '

." Mile did the oil and meal for Ue anything that would cause a brotherto VBOHTKIAttl.Tm VKOM KAS8AU.Wcdnudays .
with whom He stumble. It is ttfcreiore often
prophet and those lodged a '
and the oil for the widow thai her deb duty to avoid the doing of thlags MvMINOLE: BARIIEfSHOP.UWin. aa 'ri4 ysJsinaty10toFab and 1 Saturday, January
To Rent by the Hour or Day. nary 1 to rsbruary
might be paid (1 Kings xL Ut II Kings which though not lII.ful1D themselves, Mondays Wdsasda1. aa4 Fridays, Fed Tus days,humdayi and Saturdays,Feb l
Iy, t), will be the occasion of evil to our Kcliaudt Proprietor. O"lAyItE', ( BICYCkES IN TOILS, rnary I U Mtrca n.Toatdays rlLU'J 7 to April L
19 "When they were filled,He said unto fellow-men. If we deny ourselves for ( Formerly at Hotel Royal foinclana.: and Fridays April 4April to Wadaaadays and Saturday April S to 1
His diaciples, Gather up the fragment the sake o. others it Is an evidenceof Towh. Next Door North of Tioptcal Sun Block. H. ... April. w.. -
that remain thai nothing be lout." While great excellence and a means of Only Barber In the. I 8tM n depart from Itiaalud-KWMH M iOtf.rn.ot- diy advoruwxl, wrivU at
He fides Re will have nothing risen enjoyment. Paul further W. R. MITCHELL Liq..tbaearwo "
pro abundantly says Went Palm Reach: Florida.
Proprietor.BURKHARDTS ..OoMMcttau mid* si :Nassau with wart LiM Btesaun U and from Santiago ask
waited. Filled and overflowing that those Mho are "strong"eultghtcued a..,...., .. 4Mta. .
all to His glory, and that many may be on the subject in question free I
btIoe ted. An abundance of wine., the from doubt-as to their duty shall TVaw TlJM Tablw dww th. ttea at wklca traiat aad boats gybeeipeetede.rrrnaad 1
r Lepers from au wveral tottou aid ports but tiMir arrival or departure ., th. UOM
feast in Came and moon over, an abundance "become the infirmities of the weak"bIur McdlSKOt anaraat d,sot daasttaOmpaay >oUtt .Urn>mmble for any delay or any ;
to eat on Vi flpp giflfi aDd much to and endeavor to assist them. r. -.JWe. .* ___ 1
11'1II"but nothing waited, nothing lost. And let us keep always before our .t Palm Beach Feb. 16. i8,,. S,MayW laoafttma aarA call at US Wart Bay 8tmt,Jacksonville or addrw tI.

Whatever Ha gives us is that He may be mind that -Christ pleased not himself: .....'. a LM .! There Gocxis altogether' .0. IUWITE Tntda........ Aapitoe.' I.D.RAENxa, I.G.0. 1 1 1
glorified. How sad when Re has to say by staying neaven and enjoying the .. "J 1
"tho God In whose band thy breath is and glory he Had with the Father: but be THE DA TEST COOKIES. finer than'the ordinary beet kinds, in ,

whose are all thy Way hast thou not condescended, submitted to many prl Vanilla Midgets.,15 eta.i '
glorified" (Dan. v, 81). When He pereolvea rations, and made great sacrifice for fart they are the Choicest; Product of'
i Spiced Wafers........... Ocean Steamship Company ,
In as a real desire to>> glorify Him. the good of others. "As It is written' Skilled Pastry Cook
we shall be abundantly tilled Psalm W: 9 "reproaches fell on me:" Apple Om Wafers.... "

is. "Therefore they gathered them together and he cheerfully bore them for the Orange Crisps......._... To eee them is to want them, and "SAVANNAH LINE. ;

and filled IS basket with the tragtuents sins of men-for IOU.N. Voter Thins: ............. U are 'ready seller at 20 cents per
of the five barley loaves which roamed *
over and above mew them that .. A I.... Butter Thins.,... "...? to pound. Right here! please note 4 Florida
Kid eaten." People filled and buk &. wife of made : .
The a clergyman has aeoUWtWo Saltene SodStnps':.:- "*' '
filled, and Ha did it all without any help of an the buttons placed in I '. ,, Our Price is eaU per pound. To New York f And Boston.A .
No.1 Sodaafere.... *
from maa How wonderfully Ha used the offertory bags during the last twoor .
the lad and his loaves. Yean ago I prayed > three years and has fastened themto Milk Lunch B w.uits... You'll be asked that much for the' Short Hail Bide to Savannah, Thence .1

that I might be Ilka one of those loaves,' cardboard in various conning shapes 1 "
Crisp Cracker Pretzels commonest Lemon or Ginger Snap.
C fully tn His hands to be blessed and bxo- of animals birds and flowers. As a A Short Sea Voyage '\

kea, and as I go from city to city, from bazaar is shortly to take place in con L. W. BURKHAEDT Sailing from Sa annali: f
day to dry and from week to weak, I think median wlU the church she has had ,

bow wonderfully He has answered myjprayer. these button-pictures photographed, .'Finest Groceries. 6 Ships Each Week bAll

and copies will be on sale at the ex-
l&. "Then\ those men when they had hibltteB.

;seen the miracle that Jesus did, said, This ticket agent and hotels are supplied with sailing schedules. Write for general .
Clot a truth that prophet that should coma ,Ytotvrta' 1M.... .... ,
schedules stateroom reservation, or call onE
information, sailing ,
into the world.' 80 they would take Probably the moat expensive dinner .

.Him by force and make Him a king,'batHe service la the world Is the Sevres servIce H. HINTON,Traffic Manager, WALTER HAWKINS, Fla. Pass. Agt.,
: ,having sent His diaoiples away by boat at Windsor Castle. It is said to bt Indian River NurseriesBudded Sa&nuh'Qa. Jacksonville, Fla. 6-10-98
.departed; alone'to a mountain.. ,'fha wind worth $130.000. This sum appears a

bleb, $he sea rose, .tad' Ha did not come fabulous one at first sight but If Wt Citrus Trees of every variety ou Sour Orange and Lemon'Stock; also fall I
i unW the morning watch. Then He cam consider that at the Bernal and otbe line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to this section, in.
walking\on I the sea and as soon as they similar sates sums amounting to thou eluding Budded Mangoes SO Varieties of Crotons, 25 Varieties of
received Him into the ship she was at the ahda were paid for a pair of pieces 01 IPalms, Roses Etc.
KK ,.Strawberry Plants, Pineapple Slips, for The Sun.
land. The people still sought Him, butNynlybeauso Sevres ware, .it's not so marvellous Subscribe
Ha had Iud them. after all JOHN 6, BEACH, Proprietor, .:. .WEST PALM BEACH,FLA..,

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r PAID THE STATE) ."|i7. iL4g l' ',REY Sj.: PJUNFS' SBBMON. 11 -""ELQ: RAILROAD :WATCHES, oeveo oso, va>ro o"n" 1. J.I is3i ; r '8 I

I- N. C Stockton Vindicated in the'Col- A Synopsis of the One- Preached by Him '' CLOCKS and JEWELRYEVERYTHING'TJPTO i East Coast ,Residents... it }

lint Matter. at His Church Last Sunday Night.' ,_._ DATE. a.Fine t -
rr ; Who visit Jacksonville are invited to visit ; is
Movement tln Dnst-Proot t
1. 'A' << t" Nkkle Screw Bcselj; Caseeent -
The readers of The Metropolis will The subject eta"The Value-of a good ,to any address on,receipt. of ss.oo.

readily recall the investigation had by name," and the text, "A good'name' l it t-; : :,Forlda'sJewelryStore! ;

the Legislature Florida at the hilt tea- rather to be chosen than great riches r SPECTACLES AND EYEGLASSES. v .

lion into the accounts of C B. Collins, and loving favor,rather than silver and 'Fine. Watch and Jewelry Repairing .Promptly Attended toCharges ;' 33 EAST
the State Treasurer. gold."-Proverbs xrii; 1st vane paid out way R. J. 'RTT.P.fl,

Among other charges' made was one The .Bible, nowhere .denounces, richmenu 'tsta is i aas W, Bay, Everett Block, JACKSONVILLE* FLA. f JACKSONVILLE i -r
that Mr. J. N. C. Stockton ski indebtedto such. Abraham
the Siate Treasurer in the stun of the faithful the pattern of believers'an< I

'" '. $of 15,000.the House Mr.,Stockton requested,the then appotntmen a member the was friend a perfect of ,nun.Cod according was rich to Job, Divine who -- HOTEL ARRIVALS... .j WHERE WE WORSHIP !I v reenleaf & Crosby Co. J

of a committee to report upon his con: testimony, was one orl if not the richest '-. f faoe'ce

G section with the State Treasurer. man tn the East; Solomon,'ton and sue I Ai, Shown- .This. Week By The,', Registers A Resume Work of the Local ; ..Birtbda and Wedding Presents..,

The committee,'by a unanimous vote, cessor of Dodd;was the passes**or immense Of.Our Leading Houses.Thos .: Pastors. oeoe oeoe eeaec oeoe"oe o e oebee ac.a 9

exonerated Mr. Stockton, and found the wealth: Christ, was ,Indebted to .. I.ne _

facts in relation to the item of $15,0:3 tc Joseph of Arimathea,a rich mtn,for barlal ,SlKIN,& Ho't&r._ Hews o AU the Relljiouj. lastitutlOBS--.

be that in October, 1896, R. HcCon-, after all His disciples had forsake Mr. Pitt-Tbat'8 a good sign.- {
-.,' J O'Xeil, San Antonio, Fla; E A 1 foretelliaj of Future Church FUN AND FACTS.
President of the Merchants' National Him. PitUburg Cbronicle-Teiegrapb.
Rogers, wife and anti Gadsden Ala; W Evtau.Eplaaopal .
: Hank, of Ocala, desired loan It was Nfcodetaus a member of tbel -.M-
W Burr,AtlutaVH WinterVDtitcb h, The new clerk at the Clematis Avenoe
_ from ,Collins, then State Treasurer, to saahedrimaad Arima- Witty Savings Interspersed With
New Yore City; Miss Virginia Thompson Sevvlacs.BcthtadabytlieSea.. Supply Store will soon be able to watt on C
1 ,tide?his ,bank ,over a_ financial strata, .rhea,_that stood by the cause of Christ Jacksonville ; Walter's Graham; Lo1lCOP.u. Business Bargains. customers In the meantime the old ;.

which he represented. to be merely tent I when the Disciples regarded ui'loet Miami, Fla; H B Saunden City; Jno .&V.j. N. MtLroan, Rector.axv.L. ones will serve yon'promptly.Slit -, _

porary. cause and did not even claim the body Cerdis Chicago; C R Fnsey and wife, Serrkt.KITS-JAMES every Sunday HIHDIY.morning Au't U MIDi n o'clock.-terr. Sh! (qnotuig) maD, a dog '' -Have you :ever had any experience :
Collins agreed to make the loan defeated 'I'
of Master School
pro- Sunday at 3 p. m.BioTttKiduuii
Starke, Fla A J Legg Savannah John the )linkit?
; ur ST. ARDtew.=;"Meeta on and a walnut tree; the more you beat pa I
idea Mr. Stockton would
trustee of American
act u Peabody, London, the : the bccoad Iud fourth W nada, of each
Houston Str Della S L
; Lowry;Tampa, He Well I used
for him and collect the collateral, that banker, was rich and made the condition m tata. U r. HlaDI Y,Director.. them the better they be.,, no, exactly.
Fla G Cleveland F W Den
; E Collger, ; w.s'arMetaoROla Sccrctal '.
] to wort in but
should be given to secure the loan. of the poor of London better by his The Brute-Well, 1 don't know a sausage factory,
and wife;
ny Buffalo,.N Y; C S Jackson -
Collins at that time had about oto of about the walnut trw.-Life. merely as a bookkeeper.-Chicago
$# wealth. Old Peter Cooper, NewYork Few,YOlk City: H H G Scott, H Crook, Holy Trinity >Mission.J .
deposit with the Mercbanb'National and left five atoricd ,1m Beach, News ;
on died at 9* the Temple L Walter St Loub Max West P ,
Jacksonville; J ; -No matter what supplies people want -
Bank, and to save this money by upholdJ of Icstrnetion"Third and Fourth Are Se.yicea win be held regularly i-very Sunday I
lidilstein: Cincinnati; T E Stnyvesant, la' 1 p. IDOl In the new Episcopal church cor.olBveraia they can get them at the Clematis Avenue The water is warm-get JOur Bathing. t

: fag loan.the bank was the inducement' lor the ann ia New York' City, to bless his Chicago; 'R bt'C Curtis, E Edman, ChgLkhtensteiger evening and Foicsetta, February,Strati 19th., ciimmanclngSunday sea I.. nta. Supply Store."Vou't Suits at SIRKIN'S BAZAAR. '
memory. Stephen Girard lives todayin New York City Carl von Jamet Hindry will have charge of these wtvices.
'.' ; "Who started the commercial abbreviation
r The bank did not fail until January 13. his school in Philadelphia.On you think, Grumpy, that
Graviniz Dresden: A F Probasco, R H
II. B. ChaMh, South.Sanday K.T'
1897. about three months later. In the Mice Harshly is a beautiful singer 0. .
the banks of the Jumna, in ladia, Parry: Cttattanooxa; G W Lockp ooA. School M L m.and EpworthJ I.ca1(11c '
time between: the making of the loan ..... General "Very. But she' no singer."-Detroit 'OmarKhayyamof course.L'Gicagd
SwIda, meeting
stands the Tax Mahal,.the pride of (a- Kansas City; Judge W H Newschafer, C p. every prayer
: sad the'.failure of the bank, the State Thursday evening at r-"V Ladie+ prayer Record.
din, It cat at least sixty millions of dol Arrowsmith, New York City; G F Wor- meetmgi Friday af ternooiia at I. Preaching- Free Prewj.
Treasurer withdrew $i:,(;>of unsecured of each
kr* firrt,cecoad and third Sundays
.' deposits. After the failure of the banks tars; u an architectural achievement {it ley Miami" i Fla--. J F Rein Jupiter, Fla; month at II a. m. and 7.15 p. ... U the everire Boat building done right at home, in Expert'Stenographer (own machine-

.., surpasses any structure in ,the world at B L White, Miami; Henry H DaboU, fore a the Borg regular service divine will be tetri field,'e.half We a.would hour I.e-be the most approved maaaer, good work- experienced Bookkeeper Teacher,Chap-
: its receiver filed his bill in the United
< > > the present time. It was constructed by Memphis. N Y; John McCaudleSSj Elizab glaa to hare yea present; eomeoat and'help u' manship and at living prices. Call on eron. Miss K. X. Qumn. Pa.m Beac ..
r Stales Circuit: Court to have the transac The Fourth Sunday ..emces will be held at Capt. A. T, Rose.
u a prince, I to his dend ,wife. That, ia th.N JW.C Alexander,fhiladelohia; .-
: lion whereby the security was given to ; Lantana at U a m. At Hypoluo at p. m. Dire Bacou (getting ready to go "
.,, will crumble to dui but the W Hitt 0 Thos Walker At Boynton t p.m.
time monumentS Joe yrbana ; J doea the wife of old out-hllutt when
him, Stockton as trustee, to secure the '' "ct.J. K.WALKIU Pastor. "Why young see Mr. Penmau
that old Peter .Cooper, George Baltimore 'J H Jagger, Palmyra, N Y;
_" loan of $i5cco, declared null and void ; 'Mr.Croesus always look so unhappy gets time to d-i any literary work.
4 Peabody and Stephen 'Girard erected James Hay F E i' Ry; L R Laughlin,M Coogregatianat .. .
and to order the return of the collateralto He gives her everything she wants, He and hU.wife are always on the go.Mr. .
will never die; their money was investedto E DeLong, Chrichsville. 0;' J M Litton Uer.o. 0.PAIHC,PiMor.Serrtcwatlt .
the receiver .. 18. an>l7OOp. m. HnndayschootaAdPaator'B doeon't GeY""Everything Bacou-Well, I understand he Ii
lift tip men and women mate this Jersey City: M Lowe, New York City; W .
Upon the hearing of this case of Stapyltun earth a little better for their living upon G DeBerry.-A W Bine F B' C Ry; B F Endeavor Bible at 6:3U Chef p.:at u.lX.Prayer< ,ni.ChrbtlM : except widowhood. finds time to do his writing while his{ l'

ttceiver, etc., vs. Stockton, trustee it. May God multiply snch'men in our Conway, Louisville; R L Shatton, and Meetinjc Wedamd at T p. m. Chicago Post wife u putting on her hat.-Yonkers '

et al.,a decree was rendered by Judge '
day and reaer tion. wife, lilt Vernon, IIi; 0 B 8allard.'S H Statesman.
Locke in: favor of Mr. Stockton; afterwards .Ann'*Catbollo Cbaftb.> White Dewey Hats-latest from the
The love of money is bid, (is con Haywood. Troy Pa;' F M Sutton Mar- Beginning' rlthlwadayJiDDUyStD.therewilllw Philipptnes-at SIRKIN'S BAZAAR
an appeal was taken to the United ; ). F. Haines: has arrived and will be '
demned. Money is a blessing if rightly ahaJtowa.l.; A Wcinshthner i Milwaukee Huff Maim and Sermon every Sunday found I
States Circuit Court of AppeaU at New it o'clock a. m. Sunday School at 8 y.uu, at Weybrecht's Machine Shop,
,used HgMly gained aid. .rightly* tom ; F H Schan, G D Fellows: Chicago;;: and Pauper service, 7:30 p. m. Whcra would you consider the and will dp all kinds of repairing--Guns,
Orleans, and therethe; decree of toe On week Mao. will be at 7 a m.Hvoeing "
ideal wife? Bicycles Locks and kind
Wesleywjd, 'jGettt: yon canme ll W T Harnaday; New, York City; F A any
Was affirmed. tn'the jolhnit. ;;:
lower court 1--- ** of iron work. Chair wheels for sale.
you can, eve.a1t yon rlmw Guild. Atlanta; A B Medeim Jacksonville Star flo.' 46, "A woman who could make good
of January this yea bat decree Lodge n-3-tf.
'T6erels something Better than money ;.E A Rod Plant City Fla; StanleySoovilk Knights of Pythias, bread but not brvad' pudding."-Indianapoliis -
was entered before Judge Lo Jkeapprwing
a- ood name ttxnrg -""u'Cbaractei'.ls and wife( )tiaa'ScoviUe: Brooklyn Heetieveiy PiUay Nllhtat8oDotc1ockalud&I'd Journal. She-I realy ought to hare a new
the filed Stockton u
by time. Viaifj bniheta Invited.
'tUfin'edasta Isam of N Y; D W Nathan, Cuss DeBerry, Cantle Halt over fublic t School Building. hat. '
trustee, and directing sufficient! money Will call to Manicure. Shampoo and
then deposited in tbe-tegistry of tb': qualities which dtolngBJs one person!f>r Neptune' FLi; J T Lee Jones Baltimore;; I.KKTCALF W., LolL r. aararaonoaC.ilL a. >CCuv 4-97 1 give Electric treatments Miss Qninn, He-How would it do to stick a few

thing frea-aaetherf;repatatioa'ts .hat S C Spring and wife Bristol Conn; E L West Palm Beach. feathers in the crust of one of
court, to be paid'him to toretSer .' top
repay ... .;. ";
'riitit. 'ntJ and Boston Chas F
mi-nJ"IO\ ., \ OU May rife ; Langbenbacher -
.J-- those too baked
last week
with the monies then in his torisrjie: Mrs. Dis-Tbt-J' ay Mrs. Peck pies
arey-The best men-who eruct walk eft the Geo F Laughenbacher: A NEW RESIDENT.
loan of $15,000 made to thejlithkaU'National ;; : : would have something that would '
= .. speaks four languages.Mrs. .
** earth:bave Aeeatoistetu e>nsdi7: York City Chas J O'Brien, Sewall> --

Bank of Ocala. CJa ist'.wII f sllf .yirity bibber. the
Yesterday Mr. Stockton paid into gUttoa..Yoa.can&oi: I toicjh a'i j tiiu'sthetatter.yo'alaay' Atlanta; J H McLain, Jacksonville; J H Whilldin Cottage on the corner of Da- does her husband speak? q

State Tteuur1Jt7J21.gg.matted T&EPy? nt : '>aui is
of this a ot congratulation !
for money the people of Floridai'aniios'aaother : ,Certain thingipr- qualities:h' [.. make, ,' thu.'Iat.3elGcontto Beach, Fla; Fred L Dowling F Egeton, home is at 1831 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. any;when she is around!-Chicago .... i;

vindication of the wiofflt; ;; ;M(j; ,acterJ.-II"I. --.. 4, |f ur! *'...., .,,.vu E Burden, loth U S Infty,Havana,Cuba; .; He is a dental surgeon and :News. The Latest Word From The Boys That i
mastery overgae'sself.VBveVVman i H W Buffalo N Y Oscor Sewald of and at is
: !! l Taylor, ; man large means present
$toekton'a'actioDL'* The'money loaned Left Here Aad Their IDtenti i
thaF, rrfeeth"loV Royal Poinciana Blossom Spoon only as.
| thematerjc..Vi
Jacksonville; 0 M Cox, So Ex Co; J L managing some extensive aparimeat ,
paid/ai&.the: :: Idner & Son Go
"* through him has beta .. place to get them .
:..te see It take ab letter
State Treasurer wail able I reduce':hU :nt two months for a
Let ns take'lessons"from the athlete'and cord Mass; J M Sargent. Boston; H Y streets in Philadelphia. He recently
unsecured deposits before Ihe-suspend Tftat doesn't to get from Dawson City here, so the latest i
the'1cii .and the.goloVseekezJ&r selfmartery for dull]ilea Wiggs seem
Sims airs J R Grant. Hartford Conn. financed ana supervised the building
1sao.rehicb from McLean Ed. and
fag (the bank, about'$ news John ,
ft:the' tw.fclthe1t'pT&I.: the Pennsylvania Dental Association at to have a particle of iDul oatioD. I.
added to the $i7t3",99i' pai :'inX0: ::the rt t George Fowler, who went from here np
? is THB PALMS. in the "Yes she has. She thinks she can
:. id Be decided.''A'vacillating man a iSth and Chestnut streets f same ,
State Treasury yesterday by Stockton, to the Klondike, was dated the salt of
"*" TaflnW bank Babylon.- W Morris New York Z T Merrill town this structure being-i8 stories high Min Rec-ord.
aggregates a total of about $30,000.: :, Imitate in the J City; ; -Chicago: November and was from their camp neu I
three Hebrews ao{ the; plains of;. D.ura, and.wde, Milwaukee; D L Merrill and one of the -finest buildings of its
.. ....... .. Loaded Shells, for all kinds of shoot Dawson City.
BEER VS. BLUNDERBUS.Tnesdsy Lather, at .the.. .filet. of Worlds" aDd wife, Battle Creek Mick; B Ben kind., in the United States. The doctor fig, at Clematis Avenue Supply Store. They were comfortably fixed for that .

? &'CourageVnol_ << .",phJdi'al eoaragetterely Carter,St Augustine; P W Denney.Buf.fata also built three cottages at Cape May,N. country and were working thdrcWm

nom 'Frenchmen who moral Learn/lia N Y* E L Enggreen and wife, New J., last year. He says the west side of 'I punish yon, my child, to show
tonoge ,:I "fo tows "No!. VI; York City; C T McCarthy,Ankona, Fla; Lake Worth is the right side to live on my love for you.
work across the Lake came-over ; tell how much they were making u they
to have so ne"'funand, forlackJf'; '\ti lr 4th. 'Faith; Mi.'fkvl: 'nd faith: IB itl,. Theo'H Weyeforth, Chicago;'' Mrs M A and thinks West Palm Beach good *It isn't necessary for your love to mere/dug! the dirt out now and stored f

'; Estes and ,two'gtandchildrea. Chattanooga enough for him. He is a man work overtime account mamma.
native driaks,'secured a keg of Seer and Men who'ilave left at mark or-impress young on my it away u they had to wait tiU warm i

took it out to a well knownlfportlnfplace on the pages of Jaiatory have been men Tenn;J) F Hein Philadelphia; E and a hustler and we welcome him to ."-Town Topics. weather came before they could sash it

01" iaTthr B King, Jupiter Fla; E Ely, DeLand, the city'and know we will be the gainers
np near the ridge and proceeded, Itrong CSlumbui"Leasepawliodtfff Summer Shoes for winter wear sad'Clothing and see how it panned out; all they

together with the inmates the pl&eVto the.9nez gnalCynts.Fieltt and the .Fid; L S Scrobie.: Clyde IJne;' Toot<}i by his residence amongst us. to snit at SIRKIN'S BAZAAR, could tell now was that it"showed cqlo/." i

Atianti Cable 4iese 'lew1!' Pickw K St Louis; J oyte, Jacksonville -...- *
have a high old time generally. !; are exam' The weather had been 15 above zero, i
Becoming so boktrotts in their revels ,plts i"roto eeattir-t-.........7. >' 't : F W Stanton. New York City; Mrs PLY.C. "Tl lit Harkin'0 will case which ban which they cons'dered! nice sad warm
E G Cor .t Atlanta P E Olivet and been in the courts for several
thitt the uproar began to permeate the i Have an alui a purpose In fc;be're- ; .- years but it had been gettiag colder lately and
it theta ; wife. Pittsburg, Pa; G W Smith Jackson m will soon be settled now," said Law- of it *
adjacent atmosphere, felrupon 1 igioulove. God, love maaj Stand at the time writing wu 50 below
ville Mr and Mrs L E Wise Detroit The Official,Report Of The Sixth Raceof
of Constable,McCoea, who teside, near, arm for,the right.. Tfce.Roman sentinel ; ; yer Habeas. zero-too cold to work, although they

t s and he at once proceeded to investigate stood at the gate(I Pompeii;-the'asps C W McPherson, Stuart, Fla; L S Le This Enterprising Club. "Yes," assented Lawynr Corpus,"I worked and did not feel uncomfortable

the cause d the disturbance. ,*-, &I aAmving :I and<< lava of Vesuvius came; he stood at Bonrveaux, Jacksonville; W B Bynner understand the property ia about all till the temperature got colder than 30* !

"' on the scene he:judging that kit iiwhe all others fled;'-over I.fco New York City; Thos Frost.ThosIFrost, The sixth race in its championship gone."Ohio State Journal. be'ow zero. They expect it to be considerably
Portland, Mich; H H Milroy, Pittsburg, *ries came oS last Friday over the regular -
!. nothing cut o? ,the way war Intended, .TWlafUrthev? : found his skeletoa hel. colder this winter for they say
Pa Johd' F N with splendid weather and A splendid violin, fifteen in use
Morrssey a years
; Jr Brooklyn,
told the, revelers that, if they i would kt met sJwU tpearin! hU bony fiageis.He' couf\t the thermometer has been known to register
Y; C R Graham Miami Fla; .L has W bntkreasteily win. in first- lass condition, can be bought
disturb *
.p on their noise so a* not the never, ,,.. tMdJIJ'.Mot U as low as 85 below zero but they
aetgbbors and the peace and dimity of IN_n..1 Q1e-1IIIioU. la ete ea+ : .., .I Held Fred Aldridge, Brooklyn, N Y;'' J In this race the- "Drucie" was sailed for $25.00. Instrument guaranteed. say they are well fixed and able to stand
a ; W Mr'and Commodore Richardson who Address "Violin care TROPICAT. Sun
Fla ,
Lamb Jupiter, Mrs R D by was'
the precinct large, they could go OB "Don i"r 1 "' Itnwuuq., it, so they intend to stay till next torn
i Hoke, Jenson! _Fla C Westerman bly assisted by Miss Baker as first mate
with the
"What's the matter
unmolested and he tpld EogWd magpie el
with their fun A matt i once.employed a mar any way though out 35,009 people
them in the best of Canadian French so fool as jester to amuse; ehi friends at Cincinnati" 0; H W Hii.cke.: R Hincke, Miss Richardson as second mate, Miss ?" said the cuckoo. 'She looks now said to be there. 30,000 of them bit
St Louis L G New Haven Rich -rdson as boatswain and
they could not fail understand .the banquets.- !If eve him,a;staff one day ; Elliott ,Conn; Marguerite very much cast down." claimed, were going to leave U soon.

< purport of his language, and tpld.hi llll whence? coufd fia4f a-\JIig- J W Barnes, Wilmington, N C;' Mr and Mr. McCauley as cabin boy. That the"Sirea" Why;' replied the .robin, she the river was frozen hard enough to travel
Mrs C H Bigelaw, S: Paul, Minn Dire was not: in it goes without saying
His words failed to have the'deatreit_ I. g,rJool thanlhejras__to:give him the ; heard somebody make that remark on.
Maddox had six
Gen M McComao Blue Ridge Summit for Captain heavy.Weight
effect but instead they seemed to become suJ. The rich nun who gave they fool about women talking; like magpies, They say they like the weather and
rat Mrs J G Warwick, MassUloo, 0 G men in as live ballast and, alongside
more obstreperous and finally grabbed the staff fell sick. He told the'fooi"hat ; even when the temperature is very low
R Pitzer W of ladies they were tot lively a little and then pecked in on an afternoon
Jacksonville C
'' ; ZetUrbnnd,
the officer and, for fear he might em phao he waa'going'to din: TMHsve'you made North : they don't feel the cold so very much, as
'?q .i&e1.ia commands at the' point ,of, his any1 preparation, for death?" asked the New York City; H H Taylor and w'fe, bit -Philadelphia there is no wind; they have felt almost

pistol, they took that weapon .from' fool "No I am sorry? to say, I have Detroit F Clacssen and wife A Claussen, The start was made from the Maddox Everybody knows that the Clematis as chilly on Lake Worth when a norther

him and besides that tried to hold himceptt not." TheaSl said.he"take th 'st'afl; Cincinnati; .Ed"ar Fries, Philadelphia; & :Matthams dock with four int.ies in I Avenue Supply Store Bakery is the only was blowing u they did there when it
fool Mrs G-o H Hubbard, Miss Eva Bailey.Manchester the fi &class and two In the third, no one in town.
+e.The for yon are a a bigger than I am." was 300 or more below zero. '

Constable finally broke away from We-blame the Indian for selling the rick N H; Mr and Mrs E C Gard boats being entered in the second dust Barber-llow does that razor M l, Their idea of the country U that it is a

and making his quickly of his for the net Springfield, Mass; E Van Orsdall Time was as follows: and but few
his captors way hunting grounds ancestors: sir? poor place of the crowd now
secured his returned beads and tinsel of the white and wife Elmira, N Y; J W Barnes.Wil-: FIRST CLASS CATBOATS there will make
to his house shotgun ,man. That mington, N C. totarFini.lh.. Time. Victim-For the bone, I should very much. They ire".

and "t tliVFrenchmen made a break, folly is small by the side of the man who .... Idler.;.?......2-52-10 3-48-41 0-58-34 Ex. living on beans and donghgods and have

ordered them tannic and when they did loses his soul ia the pursuit of wealth. Drucie_.......2-52-:.3 3-t t-.55 o- 2-32 say.- enough to eat such u it is, but\they would

not. turned loose at'Ihem,, peppering "Seek ye first the Kingdom of God Steamer service win thc'Della was Martha ,_ 2-12-45; withdrawn. No need sending away front home tor like a change to pompano and bananas or
........ J-11-5r.; 0 5 -01
o >ned yesterday in connection with tie SireD.- 2-:12-8 boats when Capt. A. T. Rose can
some of them pretty well with fine shot and His righteousness and all these any pioeapplaandblaefishoxasionally. ---rc.' j
Indian River and Bisca Line. THIRD CLANK. build you one as fine i>r as cheap as you 1 :
as the blood along their tracks showed, things shall be added unto you." Bay ne S.nI'1..2-.-aO a -,\!- O-4H 88 want. See him. and place your order. Just before writing'they said there had

but securing none of them. ...-..- t Nest Sunday' the steamer Eclipse- will 2x4..__-...-45-20 3 -3. a O-;50-13 been a big fire in Dawson City>ut they

Not being able to catch any of the men TIMELY ADVICE TO TRUCKERS. run an afternoon excursion to Hypoluxo In the first class the "Drucie" allowed! "That lawyer such a great friendof gave only a few particulars as 'tbe, presumed I

officer McCuen went and called out City Beach, that delightful spot at the foot of a handicap of one minute and twenty yours" said one Detroit business we would have heard of it by the I

marshal Jones and he began looking after the Lake. The steamer leaves the, City seconds corns "Siren," aud,Ue." Idler" man to another "that I presume he time we received their letter. The post. .

them and soon found two of them ai 4 i To the Farmers of Dade County: We Dock at zoo p, m. Fare or' 1ie roundtrip also allowed her a handicap of two minutes charged you only a nominal fee?" office and quite a number of business .
advised by S. Warner & Co. cf
pat them in the cooler where they were are J $1.00.GOODL. and twenU-oae seconds. The "Drucie" 'Yes, oh. yes! Phenomenal; bigger houses were burned and some mall was .i
rain will draw
Miami that the the frost
kept till morning when they were won with the "Idler" taking second thau the infernal verdict"Detroit lost but, fortunately no "grub" was de-
the and fined for out of all damaged plants in a day or Nll A'l' A BARGAIN stroyed. '
brought before mayor place from the "Siren" by twenty-three Free Press.
two. Plants are not frozen to ground or
being drunk and disorderly, as office seconds, corrected time. They are as happy as their lonesomeness -

McCuen said they were not the ones that roots. Let the plants alone for a week Fjve acres at Jnno. fronting on Ia the third class race tl e "Nancy" Dry and Dress Goods lor h..t or cold will allow and intend to hold the !

assaulted him and took his pistol 'away er ten days,.then clip one inch or more East Coast Canal one acre high won bj one minute aud thirty-five sec. weather at SIRKIN'S BAZAAR., fort till they find out how much they ,

Constable McCuen was pretty badly above wherestem,and branch are frozen. pine, fmr. acres muck, small rough onds over the "2x4." "You know those wooden Indians make from this,winter's work ,and then I

cut and bruised in the melee for they This will give the plants fresh vigor, aid bulletin<< );, land 'cleared and cultivated The t.ext tegular race R 1] be s fled in front of cigar stores?" said an Alleghany they can tell better'whether they will d: ;!

went at him rather rough when they attempted crop will be u proli5cas originally es near County Courthouse, Friday afternoon, February 24th, at the girl to Cholly Fitzpercy. stay any longer or not. Word from '? j

to get his pistol, going so far, it timated. Crops not damaged) nearly as title clear, several improved prop usual time and place. "Yes." them, from now tin Spring opens, .U apt x '

is claimed, as to get him down and kick much.farmers think. Pries will be erties near by ; $250 will buy it .-- to be rather scarce; but they will send ;

him after he was down and he was fortuna better;as all other, sections are absolutely AdJreaa, ''Jnno Land;' care TROPICAL They wont hurt you. -Pittsburg mail whenever they get a chance aad :
*-In not being more badly damaged. killed. Sox, West Palm Beach, Subscribe f for THE SU K' I'hronicle-Telegra ph. t trust to luck for its getting through. )'


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