The Tropical sun
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 Material Information
Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: December 14, 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: UF00075915:00594
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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\ 't' r i Good Fishing, in Lake Worth HERE AND THERE i
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I ,, lCiii i :.J GLW 'unrfh : iti9i J r..f'ii'''" I arid, ) t' ') vv, r jt < from I good this season: at Lake Worth may be Scrap of New About This ud That ,

--- Is' i ife>tU[ of tie take'v.'o'rtF W ,. .the SmVAUHT,,'HeardJJ: a 1Tbt| of.Interesting Items : ..judged by the catches made byAlvin i and Different Things. : f

p" ;.They tome ae d Cf'e-People ? ya' Literary and, Social Club, a free reading UveJy LocalWhkUglg'l < a "wtn, .11 ,,'Ul 1 Heudrickson on ......-- .t

YnI fF 't"l..Nl1 K.Wt.. ifJ.!io6aa.1iatb' c aub.1 use ItIQJ- iJ,;ji(.n ..'ici r. while out traveling.' blue Mswir Xotei ant items .! Iat p st to ..' rgvaybody ,

--... to vhidkll the residents of the Lake 1 i.t23lm: .I Llhk IJ Ve h;...q.;flnJ} to puegtptt.ttafseq( to,tbstuY61d The' first day bit string was its l.e' 18 Guard ut Nebo"r ,i ..
mackerel and the next day .
and ,
A .1&11' of Farsoaal itami-YUttorVh and Ylaitois are cordially welcome. The dents. Events, and a ll. If MMI imtntit eke fish In ...UtIll.,. t
t .* homing,.- tft < CltnnsoroadeCosatg1a landed tog of the same kinds. No count
t ih* CI\$. and Cljlmi YUltlng if e tfJtS Galaxy r Current .1. .p other kinds ---'at ,
of cavallia or
.21 t1I, 1Sp Conlp.T63' T was mate any i
Out of the City + iI T t
Et" ";'a.I02I..nersand, a few bunks NOA;la 'mJ .'. 1'V His catch for the two days brought him L. W. Marshall is up from his Fort .,
i I. "' A4ftrge.bel5me4 here lastweek_ ; ,,1 i HI: '!f"'YI ':r.. of the local fish houses, medical treatment "r
.,1.\ \BonWw- i".i;\W Ue j continuance of the ; (15 cash at one Lauderdale home for

gR1Gir ot week. J-cfom end enlarge A its'facilities, we need for the M. E Church.raptlJlybthcenaeta. f'\ 1,1; Crowdme -,.o r J t"!Lat. ferdele, '.,..was I to say nothing of the fun he had. The He has been suffering a great deal for :a 1.
visitor In town one day last fjii1G 1"1''t"J.! and wasn't trying Mieral week. ? '
K : a next day he caught 75
l' the snppoa andjgsis&ce of -U ) in. .,..".. >ty..;, .. ,'J f-
j 1! cf4W this week to rush the work ":' to fish much. '
alvfafe* to .
Hr:>r. f reaflzj tie f '|r l 5 Pompano lay J;'&*Chambers'spent Sunday-the A number Royal Arch Masons 'i i
o"tbe that there are(till some
r.l It would
Gllli: daJ.t\ -.5' ki o n. his winter , V l' "
ease ao, n e It Btachlth'frteada: for those who the Lake have ma le application to the >

W. I.. Widmeyer retnine Saturday to open three weeksattendance The Ontario Acetylene Gas Co.,of l FSterltn ass,i,Pahu,'Beach:on flunks the left taking iu Lake of Worth them..* proper authorities for a dispensation to ;
is enjoy
.. Neptune after a couple of wekrsooujte, :- ardl thec4 'apes I ) pD fd.rmaA&e'11.bePI1m" usipessWednesdayo 't I institute a Chapter, |t thU point. ;
this town. steadily increasing; it is no longer an cx.geimfptignJ1Wej'Sct Be&fi Cbtngeast _, --.r
in __,_ home'M6ndaynfchrreturnimjr \
( Blackmer"wa best
W.; of the
Dd4eforse fI>oks Friday ; Big Robbery at Miami. We have at .Delray some
emefeatetewaaofthe :-,;i, i T a1,11'lght. lands'on the East Coast for
A. )I. Homethe otorm srirculatinglibrary.the.rexenne. Y vegetable 1
Hotel Boyntpn,I wainajfor 4 dajsouting of whichw\il partly p Ky the txpets.s of J"." Chambers,is np from,Delray Jottend !Mr. W. Hnbbard.Jconducttf: i ( services J. Schneideman, a Miami merchant either tent or sale; easy terms. Apply 'J ,

_u..t' _: rdadingyQpjnjwhictwatbel.'.:.."..'.....M.. : to the connecting nn.a- -"-d-wiring- at.J the school house.--. --yIev.'M eight, who has been at West Palm Beach for to Cleabon Brothers, Ban"Gallic, Fla. *.
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.ftl W fttfiW1nu ; I of the Telephone Baehaugg.uteasion }; Iammondwlflboldeerviees 1 l aome weeks,received-a: telegram today Jake Yogbt, for several lean pasta .,

Clpt. gy'Jierrieves:a! few later Nt will, o.J WithiDa few days we slall 'eulate 0 n tbe East Side,. -. -A II' 'l'n&. A.O b n thR mor ing, tad evening next' SunJ I stating thal'nis store had been cute ml passenger conductor on the F. E. C. Ry I
and days >
r J i 4iU"U worth
tune tomorrow \G alrien'di i! Ib and robbed of over $2,000 of' f
t ,
sueOTenoae' charterethe .1 in Dade died at
not among 1t !The Fowler Bros. hate dJ nl .. .- and well know County '
go on to St,.Augustine. on the Lake a: subscription learner-Pboenirfrom( W.-H." anders r (lyxgtu.Rpygulis.bttrjr al is gelling' "be quite a goods. It would seem that the culprits. the hospital in St. Augustine Monday 'I.

H. J. Sterlbg.one.q DeJa's} t r,' ailcin joif lofinUry assessments the owner, and will have her in commison dCk[ iuutter;:as.np.ta the Lake Toe should be caught easily under tbe'uist. evening from an abet son the brain. .t

pris1nlC,*" is1i4tstsan1Vi t 1 ,th. ..iiee\ the teUilat tnonthly expenses in a couple of weeks.OscateSwico d liy aid bioagbt home'nine fine ones. viTte'Colored'professor ing' conditions that make unrestricted in the well known- contract'j"1

owners \ (the salary of the custodian lighting ft .tA t* .ff. : i with" two comb travel' so difficult if not impossible' Geo. Nicoll t, ;,
toCordial rd, fgmerlyi a retf.Dth that vicinity. Ten SUN sincerely sympathize lug plasterer, is before THE Sots ,
f4IobeSound,manager .nrgtelc tand we bop.-to-sie ; 4ered'wmevery fine'select ,
fr.&ehlto' r 1.: tr.- aid> well know to 'tbe ime PfDtJ ,'rii j 'with Mr. Schneideman in his t'usweek with his business card. Mr.J
of the faoi| Snidepropirty at 41 response.3rzeccut residents of the Lake is.now studying 'ions'on his violin accompanied fry a heavy misfortune. Nicoll is prepared to do any class of I $'
.2 Committee
point, was" Friday. Pres. eutistVy in ttlante taking a three gaitar and.tnandoti,-wbieb wete very .._. work d.sired in his line, and do It as it
MRS. h.BCRNHAM w'httefolks --
Wrl. A));1ardngr E. '
ndV. U# a ''' 1'I J -1': :: :: W nearnera: so Strawberries r _! \ per x1*
teadeats paid this 'MfsS E.-"B: l'OTTEa. fj I' }.I about i Baa the P tuege ; r- i
i Boyntofe I Xmas and his hand at
were :,If you are thinking morning.&me igain.Mrtt J. M. Wilson! is trying
town a busi1r..visit elld-r.' i f)ibliday gifts it will le worth your while early,inl!: lbe! 'J .t Florida strawberries are in the New gardening in the rear of the Saunder. r
achool.mistress.isuotonly3aterested I
cO ll atth etnqrida1,1 3itiEJL ll1 l )lo read Iduer & Son'v announcement, Earing,Uj* school bates York market at $1 25 a pint, and'people lot under the shed cuver. Mr. W.U\\&\' 1

nttgAiesanbnat t tip td(ihe Ancient then vu'UlMr riw>Upte ifl{ii,P Wms in the oulxideand'witb would do well *o remember the newest in belie\'ing'that everyone who ha irrigatioa -

E 'Chambers' 'came. ;up from I have just. weUiet>1i peanuetAadtbe! ,4bal-4lMlua3oua frail isr lint garden ri&hi
City and to the State,.Metropolis.Capt l Capt..J _, : Black and you will find they arsistattce of the1!'scholars theory can have a home a
: with a party of twenty-five from and more too. tte except in small quantities and and he to dem d
elray what they advertise, healthy here in town proposes
in scoat : .
'C It: Carlin, of Jupiter was that pofut to enjoy holiday shopping in, has".clinked tt. 'J.e t convocation : .1 l> *
1..1 town last night attending a town. The'crowd" oii isted of Mr. and The departure?: 6t arlil Entplcr; of t.W2PJ) ajuo impruyevtb J ooksA and f .
heis ---- most skeptical.The
of the Masonic Lodge here,. of which J, Q/rt3np-tMt! >na,Jrk Ey4.: iie mechanics this morning to beginDerations i a needed1vprylmucb.F0 j.. I I

l- member. f.'is: t. "VlW ,tt l4cuoa earl' two crtnAfra, 9 S. Lta o: at the Hotel Oraiond. and a I.' _-.: I ..'d.-' ,," 'The Hotel Palms is alain open to the force!!! of men the Royal Puin- I

t ViiBlaeer .1--; Pablo Beac-h was'inHf4! > tourist travel. The house has been enlarged ciana addition work were laid off last
{ y }' little later at
:L GALiiV tanMr'W. ,
)iIf ii iDti(asotr demonstrsttso ! trockeswho sons ,Miss Ina Blackm. r. Miss inK and pleasing in the to :-.1fbe'Tle :-...-.. night and the finishing up ,

were well known Thursday Hypolnxo returningtbesameDlgbt..P" I two Minnie; Lyuian, Mrs W. D Sherman f good feeling and good fellowship so V'.1'Dr;' 'UammtttT ached to a chambers an elrgantly appointed rotunda made by nous---: carpenter L. P Lane V

were in town t' 'i -, llrVUTBtacknierVndchitd.: .Mr. Kirby ) very evident. 1 arefe'congiegation, here 'last' .Sunday. and ladies' parlor with an inviting and his, force of assistants The next .
-. t ** with a capacity
4 < f fiieplace. dmingrooom hotel construction force
..Taster i w open big work for the
and the Messrs. JL C School
and son, aS Sufda D '
H.. Hlckman win officiate as._clerk. \Vilber The Congeej\tipf i ghtr,1 'e" fur seating one hundred people will probably the erection of H. M.
L. Yarborough
F, R.. Hatlersley, will have the bsttal C ri_mas(exercises Mrs.: Archer was able to be out riding sani-
. Hotel Palms this season. Mr. .a C. -t ... I toil t rooms with latest improve Flagler's hotel at Pablo Beach.
at the hotel mm"n W. F Corte -J.'B.* Chambers, J With a Chnstnull. < I' tree on December 25th last Sunday much to the saUsfac/ion ofmany .U .1.A. and convenienceiary
Hicktnan is an experienced: .. I Freneh1ad.W-Ro..an.-Th! made -- There will friends who rejoice ether recovery. aajuucis every -- One of our leading grocers tell a
botelT' ii1 ". VM. Christmas night, at 7 p.m. that to make a swell little hotel
and tomes or 1 run'from Delray to West Palm goes I himself about the latest
I the be appropriate exercises by the children. The lifting of'the, quarantine'cordon that will please the most exacting. good joke on

] R. Johns one I"f Stu I1'\.'best kach in twofhoi' sindthirty trees. The,public is cordially invited to be from this point last week has made us brand of coffee he has discovered.! lie

known fruit growf r?.ciale14 ;rU iJ Fran\l a n\he'en by rent it'L1 taet; present: j all happy and we',eel i more .like free' The Keelcr Bicycle Coupler, the already bas a reputation on a particular
day two in town vueniion and one of the most this last discovery U the '
in or latest 'blend but
a and as
day night to put tractive little cottage atttfee"arnadf! ] The signal staff or liberty pole American eitUzens to come go exhibition !
new' is
to business matters. Evernia streel(arrVady '* practical things of its kind on finest yet. It won't do to mention any
atteuding poiusetta and i5.the'roi' n Patk, we choose.
erected Saturday
1irn fI- : Jtp Mr.and M rs. EverardGeer was : Ttwiflr'flr1 River! 'CouJtry 4 is all, right at Gruber't Bicycle Emporium. names! but if you'll ask Burkhardt he'lltell .
f'.1 ;
FFklytlS6 nCoapt tbn.tbefe furnished near the Lake The:New", Wheelmen who love to ride in pairs or who does know-and he mayrtkte
Thursday f from y be CederSpnngs, Iowa. Air Gee s sonand in of threatened have attractions en- you '
case as many
returned, weather signals ajidwe_ ( are in any kind of lose will be tntereattdin the joke
out some five acre his wife will come with themMr.: Uncle ,.to offer as
s/weUfas advanWtt4
be bas been staking storm or cold ave., j oy and as ma 1,; this

lots for pineapple farms onptoppsy) GreJ p\s:: '...brother,,of.Mr Eo!N. Dimick Sam's stars and ripetlon store IUSpl&- I almost: any,newly. developed: point on new get up.-- \ : Sam Brown Jr., of Chicago, who now .

purchased by Mrs: A.M.Gardner.Col. : of Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Sheen pus and joyous occasions. that Daltt..q ,. : The first excursion of the Cuban has an elegent winter home on the Bay

will}Hye .l Pompano. .\where Mjty.: Sheen -.- TROPICAL Colony ndicate is billed to leave Palm front at St. Augustine, was at Lautana
? ?representlng'TBE .
tndwife afcpromineit iivferelu ,at.'the S 0:Fills :
Scott : and will B. M. Putter's new cottage bcbonner Emily B"Decs3'
llHS xtcnsive properfy ; interesting call Beach in the couple of days this week attending to
MlnU Col. all 'an
ak"at""the and Clem i gave us ,
people stbppi look after the transportation business in corner of Poinsetta street week' ,we are tafonned.that he $" The destination of the excursionists ; t .e disposal of a large tract of truck and .
U a retired governmeutofficyrwho this season. and opposite the public school last and the of i
Scott win\h wbich'he'm be-interested avenue almost is La Gloria near port fruit land he owns at Hypolnso. Mr.
makes his successful in,IiC cuting everyman '
owni"property and I J building is being rushed forward to was
fceoM': returned to St. Augustine tester
at Miami butts making a'sojournat J HenryT. feranf ana Taylor, completion as fast as men and material] herein a iabMribe.ol3" B.own "
home the
," this point fora change [gang foremen on the hotel. work the "Ann.... .,1.;...';.,!. tIt. train' bool t'i__ '.lJaaditton r ._. .,if tt n. Marshall and wife have taken Mr. and Mrs Mauldin, of Montana, day morning of having accomplished < '. ,

O.'w Heckert and wife, of Bbylon, past season, wire the surprisedJrecipientsof to the homes in that neighborhood. up '.housekeeping, the on river front. who have passed three seasons here, put pose his tnp. a-

I in the Adams mosJunfiiomeandusefnl; me- Mr. Ma.rsb 41, ,was formerly connected I are again at The: Palms for the winter. .. C pt. A. J. Cauova fleet master at the F
t N. Y., have taken rooms regard for them G. W. Mullen and wife. of Owensboro Ga.. and enjoy to Poinciana, lift yesterday,,
for the seises mentoel? !!fftliejuen's with the .Uam laundry at I They are pleas mt people Hotellto'al
Clematis Ave, \t the E. Moore :Dotage
.i cottage on lasVnig'ht. They were each presentedanth KA hjvbccticpcd J. but has lately become I interested ioi i the utmost the tree open air life of Lake morning for New York to bring do.vn to ..

.1 and it is very likely that Mj}aeejffrt I a combination writing desk andbook \ oft the mast Side last season have '..wonderfnl'i development and has Worth Ormund the steam launch Princes-

decide to make bU r !fhoweIt. and.toda friends were' secured tbe Kelso cottage on Patura pade
. will their the
( ; case, the' merchandise stock and Issena which is to run on Taieokel!
for Uie benefit 0IIti health. of furni street for this Igawn, and have gone to purchased Marion Cross has returned from his '
here, admiring the handsome: pieces from Brantley, at, this River as one of the East Coast Hotel
J t\,1 --L t T business JJ .
Sewell Is rusticating for a fewdaya ture before, they were removedrfront "usekeepi thetejLatetiitheseE.son, : ... Iowa home, where he has been summer System fleet. Thin is said to be one r-t
E. G. their son-in-law a1l. Haineg' point, ...: and will be here to enjoy: the winter
'West they expect tug evercoottrucud. atdi'probably
fur gtmetudeof 1 Grnber farpu tl'iaoma3ihetdltf7were the finest yachts
q"t Beach. before returning \active purchased. and a party of six or eight friends to I It uas with*.universal. ,regret among! and to look after his property interests' the finest ever floated in Flor. .

\ \ Palm the metropolis. arrive and enjoy a taste oCvvUjjp,We io of .this town that the here in town. ida waters. Capt. Canova expects oq* .
business life at County L. R. Decker of Titusville was an, 1 l.l1' A the told .citizens < 4gone r

Mr. Sewell formerly lived here and finds arrival at the Hotel Semiuole: 'Sunday the Land of Sunshine; news was i I received yesterday of the A letter to THE SUN ordering their two or three weeks

many friends who are glad to have him night. lie came'doWJ'to secure the Anthony Bros., the up,to-date haber death of ck'W. 'DeBer y, :of Miami familiarly paper sent to Palm Beach would indicatethe The death of Judge E. K Foster, II. *.

here again. !Cervices of a plumber and pipe fitter fur dashers are bLtrejTHEtSrN's readers -known to most of us us "Uncle early arrival of the Powers family hospital at New Haven Conn., la Fri-

the Quay cottage a $10000 this Aeekithi statement of what they $it1."Mr; DeBeny'. was' an 1t neil up. f their friends from their Decatur wPress
FVtTVL Chas W.'Pierce.' :one of Boynton's env work on ttfllpacA wishing to befitted '. ,' '!, ,: 1 "IM.1 : :: that made fast. r aid..., day as chronicled in the Asociateti,
'r'tJPriStn'i was in structure just being completed there asa can: ao p.-r anyone ngnintizen, an. --. Illinois, b nine from the Est
dispatches removes
bu aness men
young with anything or everythingfroiigijpifetbGiditeiieitgs of all who knew .him. Bighearted I
of winter home for U. S Senator Quay'sson out friends ,
tow Saturday on a business trip Richard { [ ii.vj. ,, accommodating to,all, he was We have at Defray some of the best oi Florida's prominent men one of its

course. Charley reports the business f cles.t Their tabjisbntenj i. ready to do a kindness for friend vegetable lands on the East Coast, for most noble and worthy members Hit

outlook at Boynton as bright enough' to Dr. D. M, Burgess accompanied by SU credit I to'iay! communit, ind"will always stranger. He wilt be greatly missed either rent or sale ; easy terms. Applyto demise resulted from the shock incident': '

suit any ordinary mortal'who knows his valet registered at the Seminole' with similar places! in cities or by the ctiiie s'of Miariit as well as by Gleason Brothers Eau Gallic, to tbe amprtation of a diseased leg B. V

\ to be satisfied with anything.Car Monday. Th Doctor seems to enjoy n s i compare has left to'mo'lrn K. Foster was man of sterling worth ; u
enough as thousands of people as wiC add child he
having many the
II visit to Lake Worth and we hope he hundreds wasuncle'tothe several James and Gordon Brown, two of Hy.poluxo's a jurist he was impartial and incorrupt
has He
from this town hialoss. .
] Zap returned last YJV'tnpontfie I will be delighted>> that be. willdecideto -.- bovs"ot.West; pliliD, Beach and, well known young men of the ible; as a citizen he was one whose ionn
t CoYtlnenT.nf Milted JC' remain all season Mrs Wm. Lanehart ore ol the long for;several was a' resident Scotia Farms, were in town Monday ol sel was sought and whose opinions were
and years
t Switzerland, France and England[ time residents of Lakev Worth died ,t Miami this week. respected. Devoted to the educational' _
glum a ..iUPfe4acongreptiona he of-thi .J ;t
,YOrk l fe 4 Si.D.4P4 *place.
had a tw4 iDooth kasha Ne \ Church flex Sunday at her East Side home Fridaj last'Vftgnjgestion 1 P. interests of the State be held important'
baS of '
and Is back for the here. He .' of the'bowels. Mrs. Lanehar I J. E. Lummus place on the directorship of State Educational ;
usual hours, it a. B. and 7:30 p. mr This has been
his ,the ; another for 'Dayloila.
Score business men
hard at work this week getting was a native of New York State married Institutions. At one time Judgeof
. been fo tt\te\ sea Chnstiaa Ende. at/::Jo p,m= Tvpic- and city the only lady Notary in .I for a few days iu West Palm
launch Truant in ihip shape il. cb1Us'to'Prt1.t' Lnke xf.ti ?:led Dar ,anehirt. foaiteepyears ago possesses sujourrutug this Seventh Circuit he held the first
son's" spokJ! 1 'fe has resided here on the Lake since that the State, the only woman term of Court ever convened in Dade,

byl Rev,.S. D.,1Ppine., time Funeral services were held atier and a woman editor..A reader remarkedthe I ,__.__ .A when the court horse was in the barrack*
of enjoyed
Cullen Pence of yntohJ iccompauled ;We"nave at Delray some oftle, best bom;;* Sunday afefnoon'Jai\; and Monday '; other day, "Now if we'just had al H. H. Craig, dentist oYUIOD.by of local, of old Fort Dallas. Loved by all bit

by his mother, Mrs.A. ,a. ,Pence,,, I vegetable lands' on the East"Coast. for morning Mr. Lanehart left with her 'woman preacher we would be right up seance with ben the in town last way Monday, i fellow citizens admired by h-a fellow

'paid the, 'f. a shopping visit Monday iJLef r flttblisaie j easy Aitrmsr.t''Pff: remains for Albany, N. Y.., where she 'to date." We must ,add. however, thai amusement -- member, of the bar. his reb.oval from
.tit! L rs.; carrhredt BP-1ntol\ to Gleason Brothers Eau Gallia, will be buried. Mrs. Lanehart was nODe of these ladies feel that they arc Mr. and Mrs, W H Spitaer are enjoying the acme life he led will be fet! keenlyby

from their home in South Whitley. lud., M. ,"J Hvpoluxo'V' popular" about forty years of age and was a occupying unusual positions and gc a visit from Mr. Spitzei'a sot the tbousands whr,knew: him through *

hat Tbvrsday night. This U the first in visit fouiyewspasU merchant J. .Harper was in town yesterflay 'oa. woman much thought of by all the residtttsofthejUkewbbknew'her quietly, along the, even tenor. of their I 1 Arthur, of CentreviHe, Michigan. ,out; the State. ; .
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Eepayiie Senator
GUY L J1KTCALF, EDITOR. Real Meaning the Principle; Hanna'a figures ble>re election l and ; J .. : :': i. tI'1

a of the Trust.' by using them la collection with the I FURNIrURE: ;
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY t Ohio returns figures oat a Democratic : 'n,> JI"

AT WET PALM BEACH, DADS COUNTY FLORIDA. victory in the BorteyeState next jrrtR :J ,., All Kinds of DoattCood8Mill *t; ',. ,*., .'" t
THE COKE OF THE TRUST It reasons as follows: <- ( K.w "
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SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. $2.00 A YEAR PROBLEM.t Sundritf. Steve.Ti.wareDoors,auk kdBUfcdS
-t The statement made by the boas of V Bicycle*and Bicycle

: rrEntered at the. Postotfip.. of Went- Palm_Ikach i iIB ; .the Republican party that the result :All Kinds of Fishing Tsckl and porting Joodft.UMoline .
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Its UtlauUe Form Tkat o>
possibility of
k as. 'secou&clas'matter.THURSDAY '. proves! beyond a doubt Stove. Blue Flame Kerowne CHI Sto\'ett.
s$ ,TaU NatlOB Will Be C..p..ed.I a .that McKinley will carry Ohio over A "GUuwtre,Lamp*iod Uiterai. Ban .o. Bra.1 Reedy Mtae4 Plate JiIKADING
e DRCEMBIIt-fi,-1899.' Nation of a Few player .a4 ,a whelmlngly next year bt refuted bjmO-. #' 'C':. __ fg,Mail Ordrrs Olve :FmwBt Att.att.'"_ u.+"I ..,

.... of.,Helpleu Emplsyee.-Meaa_ ether statement made t>y theraame ; .d ,! : ..J

t + BIGIVESTOR9.tREwOTBACKWARDabout ed r Lie. Ready at Hand. distinguished person tl W 4>yVtL- 1" ,
fore the voting took p .ce. ; "
placing their money as well aa In the current number of Scribner's Hanna declthat Jones would .: . 1

i pinning. their faith no Florida's fu President Hadley of Yale university draw three to one' wore heavily from k ti) -r----., 1 INDUCEMENTS. : :
of trusts In HOLIDAY :
; tare; Among the several recent big discusses "problem thg the Democratic than from Republican WhoseCards' Appear la this Paper, .
exhaustive and his ,
a very way yet paper .
strength. What he predicted seems to I !
'f deal Is the hale of 94,000 acres of la very like the playbill of "Hamlet" have to In round numbers ,j Ciwiifled Alphabtlcafyyit ..
k land iu Lake of llamlet omitted. < t ,
County to the great with the part Jones received 110,000 votes, Nash '. I I

{I loliacro kinds known HH the Dukes There are of course certain economic W5.000 and McLean 301,000. ARCHITECT: Jewelry ,1.

t of Djrhara. They expect: to first cutoff aspects of the tremendous; question I It Is not at all likely that Japslgfll f r ;T D'Brown.'West: .Palm Beach A few choice articles left=over from our jewelry stick at about. t,
r and utilize- such as economy of management and be running aeXY!$&****'** *cItJ Dot; Half_ Price. '. 'j ,' r I....
ibe timber, then plant the effect of consolidation on:the price will be divided between the .' '* .
his vote "'
their purchase to tobacco which are I Neckw'ear' : ..
and eventuAlly paid by consumers, susceptible coupe. JondIbare BANKING: 1
two partiesnnequallyof of Latest from 25C to 11.25.; The 'A' .
.treatment'after the Select assortment all Shapes \
run a railroad across countryto.conuect of adequate : of the total vote, let It be reiterated bade County State Bank, 't colors fetching and new." IHandkerchiefs'
purely scientific fashion but.otber'and ; Palm BeachBARBERS very, ..
!11" West
with the Florida East was 110,000, and according to ,
; larger matters remain after, the doctrinaire "ry tr .
of I '
CoOt This Mr. Ilanna's statement 75 per cent = I
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( ; and the closet statesman have it was cast by Democrats. & A'beautiful line ofFancy Silk and Lineu Goods .in proper .. ..
\ .:" program, of njwrntrona! as announced. done their perfect work. Man Is not Hence, If the Information of Mr. : ,' .'"'1 width borders.Suspenders ., .. .d

( : all stomach; he has a head and a heartas Hanna who Is reputed ajLMrinf' man Milo Cooper West Palm Beach : ,:. S < ,' .

( I welL Mere cheapness of food and In matters Ion Is to be J D Raffia West Palm BeachBICYCLES White, BIackt Stripe and Fancy in latest patterns-Silk end I ..

) The MIami Metropolis has +la apparel is not the summum bonum. relied on. the pici II Justifiedtlt t- ','_ ,r..} Cotton Wet-prices 500 td $1.50 I" / 1 -.A
; lengthy article intended to indicate The recesses of the Intellectual and the Qindjpate for "- .. ,. l" '. '
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I t "when it is shelter host of Ira ,
t time to plant an orange moral nature a president will get 82:00 more votes : f r.I
tree." The best time would bewbenit mortal longings" which arelhe, dominant than McLean got. which will aggregate B M Potter Weat Palm Beach Monarch Dress and Soft Shirts=P:proper thiag-f ux> to f r 50., (' > .

is definitely determined that there forces of life Most tray ,does him 883,500 votes while Mr. Mo WR Mitchell, West Palm Beach M, Shoes I j.,. 4

I Florid will lie Goinesvslle no more freezing Sun.weather in Pascal say, "Man Is but a reed the Klnley will get tbe remaining one- M'B Gruber, West Palm Beach W'' .The Correct Patent Leather Cloth Top Button for young! men.. '.

t weakest In nature but he Is a thinking fourth of the-Jones vote, \Vhlch. added ,. ... # Abe Enamel, Box Calf, Kid and other dressy Shoes., ..tA.NTHONY'
> \\'oUItlIU g 'lit to Bro. McCrenrj' reed.0 round out the perfection of
h to the total Nash vote will only net
t that the Metropolis: i in published in the maxim It must be added that be Is I.a him 372.500.: I ,.: BUILDING SUPPLIES: : : :

j the Great State of Dade where no feeling reed besides. This calculation la not, mind yon. GeoS. Backer & Son. Charleston, S C. i ,, BROS.. !
Consider for moment the real significance .
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cod hub ever come that has even so on allegations .5. )
of the change which has come but upon the deliberate declaration of -- :::.a.r 5s1r are West Palm Bach and iaamL'' "
a much occasioned the fall of leaf
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t a over the Industrial and economic life Senator Marcus ilqnjo f Uanua.: It CIVIL ENGINEERS SURVEYORS: ... '
from a citrus fruit tree. There are of American! people. The principleof will be seenjthHfelofeJtkat ys flam- Franklin Sheen West Palm Beach e .,:

r plenty of interest and good things corporate action la the mainspring buoyant prediction that his, bosom I .. e,. "
t t in Ditda would like show of modern progress but the excessive friend will carry Ohio next was oJ "I
1 wo to our growth of the Intangible creatures of refuted his statement yearr DENTISTS: ..........-. .......

r k i Alaihua brother if he'would only the law has brought appalling dangersIn previously by delivered.own counter-Topeka State )'A Tbomason, West Palm BeachL ; ; :: I I :

t venture u visit:; to this, the coming Its train. For many centuries the Journal ,Daniel, Cocoa ThS5POWYGoodLacrsI:

I f citrus fruit region of the State. finest spirits of England were engagedIn S.. .l. rDAVC

I a hand to hand struggle with the DETRIMENT TO TRADE. r""' '.

I r ..* royal power. Hampden and, Vane did '" .. 1_ .. .. nJ :'tDtaak DRUGGISTS. : 7: I9MIA CA pf
not stop to consider the mere pecuniary Tariff .......,"' \11.,y*? IkeTI. Eli. Dimick, West Palm Beach .f*..f | -JT B .. .. line "' .I a W Wad
WITH THE SANFORD TIIROMCAL under phase of ship money and the. tber exactions Plate Steal U..I I B1 V Aft stack.Orcr .
ss easily kept as ouoftl
I the editorial of The tin plate monopoly In this country
management which were but a parof the. ', 30 Breed La Slock ... -= g ,
Charles and his masterful Is a peculiarly Republican Institu AND CLOTHING:
Judge: J. T. Wclhorn. we shall system DRY *
expect Tan bcreaw yield of a4 better .....
you eggs get price oa ta urket far year ,
t .!f tusce that paper placed and kept minister.freedom of The the great subject, principle was at'of staked the on tlon.a protective It Is the only tariff Industry created built for up Its Cut, 4 Scbrebnkk. W.st Palm Beach, t I Cshlogu. DmriUaf tH the Bat Breed Free Vfoaaa4 AppI cIt la. ,

in the ranks here it There _HI_ 1a.. a.4 Wltlte P11'"tla Ri ekw. 1f1Iite ty.d aowe. WraMoCU.. Wkh.,Bruw
tielongs. bad
I and there was no until tbelssue benefit before It corporate existence ... nut .
peace Le f uIP., CadI. BUck Ua/Rha. .,Black Muus Ligkt a./peal
will be little likelihood of its wander- had been decided once and for all and today it controls 95 per cent c FERTILIZERS: IIN.... ..Pu.6ar.Btrda o imperial 1'1=.1. backs car.. Ma '

_ \ ing into the pulitiiiil 1 by paths or o' When the last Stuart king lay cold to' of the entire domestic' output says thick Wm A Boars & Co, ladksonvilleB titaMY.ea tkrw ..t,sl r:.w...... THE GRIPPING BRAS, CO,

+i ltd seeekiug to put the cold steel into death the purely material form of despotism New York News Men of chracters Potter West.PaJtn Beach SW'Ise Ibkll.i a fp.daity.) yt.p..YiUc; FU.A .
bad.pssSl'd'out of thi"'IIt of men of ability and mea who, e btelf ,
A tile( vitals of ita party leaders or Anglo-Saxon race, but the struggle In the business themselves t ." a( IM .

party policy, as has Iteen the case the monopoly baa been a drlmntlf, -
was destined to proceed from generation fiRE INSURANCE &REAL ESTATE:
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toofrequentlyin. these! recent times to generation on other fields. The lair trade In every way an
of party tribulation, in Florida. At old foe wears a new face- -but be Is their assertions under okthit tftuYlo1 Wallace R Moses West Palm Beach
I I ever the same. dustrlal commission.For -
: least this is the'way we feel knowing Our government Is a huge democracy instance, William H. Griffith. ... :GUARANTEED PAINT

Judge U'elborn's unswerving\ proliTitira which can have no enduring basis outside himself a manufacturer of tin plate FURNITURE:

( and Devotion to the common the freedom of Individual action. testified that he was compelled to sellout D E Cooper Mfg Co, Jacksonville, if

I people in days n-roije; and! We ba vo't Mere masses of men count for nothingIn to the trust against his will; that M E Gruber, West Palm Beach '. PARIAN, PAINTS _f' r .
1 thehigher sense. A monarchy maybe tbe truft'has Increased the price of tin ... .
heard of hm tMick-slidinp.: So here'sto'the SUCCf'8sfully"worked along 'such plate .from $2.60 to |4.03: a box. al -

1 C ; success of the Chronicle so lines, but a republic without tbe reality though at the original price ($?COs) ti GRAIN AND,FEED: t ,Are Guaranteed not to Chalk, Crack Rub Off;Peel nor Blister. Are not

f long a* her banner floats in the van of freedom Is like a body without a there Rims 20 per: cenUproflt, In.the Wm A Bouts & Co Jacksonville BeachHARDWARE affected by Salt Water or Sea Breezes, and are giving better satisfaction 1
of the souL What does the principle of the business, at times considerably more B M Potter, West Palm -

twtple. trust mean In Its ultimate form? 'It thaT t'hct.rV re! hive' been increased I / --- ... -- I than any ether paint'known.. It is the' coming paint in this..State, as it ii ;
r. aft means that this will be a nation mad a u ti*,bUt only;10 to 15 per cent I I particularly adapted to the climate of.Florida. :

e up of a few Imperious employers anda whlbt jJro ts have advanced about 100 : I .

IF EVEII THEHE WAN 4 CAUSE Inforethe mass of more or less helpless em- per nt. calculating ob the theory that M E Gruber., West Palm Beach" '
ployees. Would such a people be free the.gitodi 1x4'g sOld jxxluy are of as ** I
people! of Like Worth worthy oiasaixtHiicf except: In the sense that the Romaniwere high quality as those sold 12 months Is. EDWARD WILLIAMS

ami( support, it i it to be freemen because the old machinery ago. Mr. Going another expert who HOTELS: ,

? found in I the effort being made b3 of government was retained under resides In Baltimore, declares positively The Earman House, West Palm Beach Agent for Carrara and Parlan Paints

the Ladit-s Club to sustain aud op the dominion of tbe Ccesare? To ask: that there has been a decided The Travelers, Jacksonville

erate a free: reading: room in this the most question ronduI11)la to '.answer It In the deterioration 181)8.Whether. In the quality of goodssince .... 28 East Bay'Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

town. Let yuun men, aDd older there has been or not the i i
It must he remembered that the rem- .. JEWELERS: .
ones tot, l lit' provided with au interesting edy lies ready to the hand wheneverthe difference In- Ulng price now and the
Palm Beach. ..
Idner & Son, West
and iitlracthe place where eople determine to use It The selling price of last fall (1808)! represents f
corporations have not yet outgrown the a clear steal for which the authors ... I, PROFESSIONAL CARDS. i D A. THOMASON, D. D. 8.
their and
they can enjoy' evening .
government although they threaten to of the Dlugley bill are absolutely I
there will lie far less likelihood of doso responsible. LAWYERS: I Office: Comer tlemaiti Ave and Ollrc St, ,
I at tio distant day. Against the.
their tierkin quehtionahlf resorts, adamantine barrier of the popular will Furthermore. It has been demonstrated W t Metcalf, West Palm Beach W 1. METCALF, I WEST PALyf.BBACu.FLA.

to Nay nothing of t hl' itist ruction and I Ii the forces of monopoly will hurl themselves ..: to the Industrial commission' that Shayior & Broome, JacksonvilleAlex ATTORNEr .AT LAW. profession AllJ.lDdsoi dold modtra crown ilvDtUtnr aaa bridke-wurk tear to the a
i pleasure to lie derived from H prop In vain. the entire\ Jinglble assets \of all.Uje i St Clair-Abrams, Jacksonville NOTARY PUBLIC. Kiwdalty. Teeth extracted without pat. ,

The'ooro of the trust problem therefore American companies' plants represent .*. Office Hours: q to u.a. m. aDd i to 4 p m. '
ed and t. Will practice la County,Stile and Fetters .
i, erly eqnip|>' managed/ place lies in the aspirations: of the average a valuation of about 12000000. MEAT MARKETS: Oooru. 1098

-I such us the ladies desire to maintain w'l'n., Will mere cheapness satisfy whereas they are capitalized for $50.- LAND CASES A SPECIALTY.

3-I I t t.:' THE Sex hoj{"(,>11, anti has every"reason every craving of the toilers or will 000,000. Here Is a clean rake off of Will Whtdden, West Palm Beach West Palm Offleem Beach.TROPICAL Dade 8m Couaty Block Florida., L.T. DANIEL, .J

i to (believe, that the business men of they also demand equality of opportunity $38,000,000 for somebody. ..-

... this town and the citizens of theJjake without"which mere bodily comfort ,t MUSIC HOUSE: DenTisT. ;
Ludden'& Bates'S M H, Jacksonville ,
gefJerall.will respond 1 unlji-V :
literally every age an attempt has been madeto jti IHM, ,
I Uu."'.'Ship 8.t Ur Bill t. Ihi"*.. AT ORNEr.AT LAW; ,1,4
I then called upon by the ladies undertaking ; settle fundamental questions as one .,- '
t this /rood woi'I:. demonstrates a problem in Euclid, but red TIt..1t C..llrn.. NOTARY PUBLIC, B. MOSES
governments have always been rudely Just,.at the time when American NOTARIES PUBLIC: MIAMI FIA.
overwhelmed with ,. Successor to A. W. Robert \
shipyards are so ,
: reminded that there Is no stability W R Moses West Palm Beach ;
T f orders* for ships that they are Temporarily located atWtlIrl'UIl REAL ESTATE AND
i i A BAD PRECEDENT. which does not rest on the content of Guy I Metcalf, West Palm BeachNURSERY BKAIB. 11.16-1y INSURANCE, t
the millions who fi"ht trn b ttl d forced to refuse commissions come two t Agent for West Pain Beach Tow. Lou. alp ,
n es as -
i announcements. .,. Weat, Palm Beach Water WorUT'NOTARY.
t\ I EDITOR TKOPICALSI >: pay tbe taxes. The trusts nre on trialat Important LEX St. CLAIR-A AIUS., PUBLIC.Clematia ." '
_ the bar of public opinion and the One Is that the Payne-Banna'ship S STOCK: A Avenue, near Olive Street.
I iifurnutl that at the last 3-21-97 Florida.
am subsidy bill Is to be "jammed through" Went Palm Beach
mere plea of cheapness will avail them West Palm BeachtPBYSICIANS A TTOR E .A TLA', '
I'j lathers In the session! '"ad- John B -
meeting our city a resolution : nothing If It be seen that they constitute congress early b' JACKSONVIU.K, FLA .I
intriuinred and to denial ministration Influence." It Is a bill to ." FRAtfKLIH suggs., ,4 "
W'HS paused a standing of the principles 'GEO.O.'BOiLR j
take ,$9.000,000 of the'eople'l money Practice la aU tile Creult CoD,.., SWote aSAMCKL _
't appropriate; 2:i of city funds towards for which our civilization must stand. ; AND\URGEONS:" Fwal. i SHEEN ,&,BUTLEB: >
each year for 30 years to come, or \2.29-98. ; _
If it is to stand at all.-Xew Orleans f ,
pajiaiT fur the nell. Times-Democrat. $270.000,000 In all and give It''as a R B Potter West Palm Beach SURVEYORS .461 CIVIl, ErGIIEE"; .

a I Now if the city ratht'I'1J'ltllt to bonus .to merchantse. shall,Border H C Hood "" "" "" T. SHAYLOL GORDON K. BROOKE.i .' Offlee at West Palm Beaek .

( help | ay for the church bell, that is'I Want BlmetallliB. ships of our already overbusy 'ship N f Burnham Laadalegally nb-41ri4ed and stspr ru.,.
I : : A German statesman of front rank,' builders. i O HAY LOB &; BUOOME, nit hed. ,Selecting and grading lands local*<
t all right ; l I.ut. to rote the money out .,. ni andestlmat1ngtimbetaspecialty. ru,
as quoted by New York daily papers The other is that the shipbuilders lu1 .Dd correct work guaranteed '
i t ','I of the city Lrl'IlHllrlt, seems to us I recently, said positively that unless are already actively and tntlctpatlvely RETAIL GROCERS:, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. moiUcailoni by mail reeelrt pm. f'f)1I:.

1 1 I all wninjr. We have three other ,. the agrarian element of his country engaged In forming a trust. to include L'WBnrkhardt, West Palm BeachJ Will practice la all the Courts of the State. eel.tlOD. WEST MaUll! and PALM Blue.EU'U 1'rt0t8.t tLA.:"' .V. "-"-

clinrt,>K>S in I the town ; they can each permitted a broader and more liberal every shipyard in the country capableof D Mathis, West Palm Beach Office in ,
with and with policy of International trade the empire turning out an ocean steamer and Glee G. Strohm. West Palm Beach Law Exchange, JACKSONVILLE, FLA I
t'qual"ropriety, more
would, have to abandon the gold incidentally to put up the'price1 so' as T. D. BROWN, ':'
UKMiniine with this precedent before standard says the New York News. to grab as much as possible of the pro .".

them, call ou the city to help pay It Is well known that European pow posed subsidy."Where SEEDS: TT C. HOOD, 31. D, ARCHITECT AND BUlL DE'.

for hells when they w tnt them. era of lesser Influence. like Austria the carcass Is there will the PJaon and ipeclficatloDg prepared
Cameron Jacksonville .
I .mi not uii'uvaro ol the excusethat..inff.red Italy. Spain and the Netherlands, vultures*fepi"wthered .together.*; The L, Jobbing work given prompt attention at i /
< would welcome bimetallism If It were Jrro.oooiit: ) gfa. teapttog cifcaA ... and Residence near Royal Point-Ian Shop oa Datura Street. r-
; for thin unusual
and made generaL France and Knula'are As the shipyards already have more Hotel.PALM BEACH. 11-1-9 ,.

t 11111.1 w ful ajipropriiitionof' city funds, the only two nations in a position ,to orders than they can fill why should 5' SHOE REPAIRING: a S. ADAMS -

viz : thJtdl city may: ring the bell bold out should a commission like thai the people be taxed to "revive" their W R Mitchell: ,West Palm Beach 8. BUR HAl't, !I. D. QEOBGE ,

:'.10\". iu case of tire alarm. Churches ring which Senator Wolcott beaded In 1897 Industry? If the government Is to encourage -,,.-. I N. Deputy Supreme Commander
go abroad as a dictator of terms and. ship Downing bj, a lavish sub BURGEON AND PHYSICIAN.
their elsewhere and !KNIGHTS OF THE
h..lJ engines, MACCABEES
not as a solicitor of alms.Caaac .. sidy. wky.ifould thiTshlpbnllders be STEAMBOATS AND MACHINERY:
mallufilctor anti lot-oinotives blow permitted by combination to take the Eye and Ear Specialist. ,', For the State of Florida

their whittles *'without money and While Mr. John. For Wanamaker Refers Is bounty to thew eh'l'snd.. finally Merrill-Stevens, JCoksoavile Office at ReIIl lltl'-8a1talre Cottage.. Will institute Tent anywhere to the State
out 8-' -!t9E. For information address
why should the be taxed
;: without pri-e" when fires occur. reforming things be should take up the I encourage ... ,
already profitable business S. \DUIM.I
; 'SrJ When either of the other churches poatofflce department now under the I of B. POTTER, M. D.,' fi199'fest Palm
shipbuilding any more than toh"'p Beach Florida. .
? ask the city It>r to buy a bell administration of his townsman, I the less business of TAILORING : *'. '
on..y Charles Emory 8mlta.-ClnclnMtl En prosperous Abe Safranek & Son, West Palm Beach a-23-98 PALM B ACT. F'T.A
t' with, they may be I met with the turnip raising or sboemaklng?-New

\. reply that a certain church has the qulrer. York World. ,. "; .,- .. SEMINOLE BARBER SHOP.::

} While Haaaa ..
\\t monopoly of fire alariu.: Secretary Long can follow Sherman, !Ie... ". C_....... TRANSPORTATION LINES oily J. D. RUFFIJJ, Proprietor.

1 \' ril.r, there is nothing! like having nary.- h'KeDna. Day: Bliss and'\Alger, The splendid Isolation of Republican Ocean S S Co, Jacksonville First-Class Work. Polite Atten *

} S 'i t spud with ''ihe powers that !11f." if he likes. The president.'..11.. (tut Senator Mason sings be came out for F E C v... Jacksonville Banyan Street. I olJ.

'i '. =A:.TAX pAVfcu.. have a full cabinet', as bog... ,)1rIUW& .'! the Declaration of Independence needs Plant System Shop on Itanyaa Street, I'
tj ftlcU.-Petrplt Sew, 'j g fW mwt.- ICAacje. Florida Ceatrtl & Femwulw "-t[ IIWCounsYrep'r WEST PALM BEACH, rLOltlV4.

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.r .. v ince then he has married dbuetCounty County, has one-bdf acre'in-pineii3is yards' from the depot and about one.half ;
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from S i -rH-:: : E"SEMIN'OLE j'Q .
a ;II dirmef his fntD e.borne. After I locate'here permanently and enlargehis 1 Miraf ;:4:" 4q SpaPmerOan&aiWaiaem.baeeiai ; ; !;)_
Crop ConJKlQBa, Material, tlrp'rvEb, Mr. Gomezia walked -with me as field ; W. W. Blackmer has three an- _
caenII0lJ-8nmcata.MY carl ai.l he 'feif t ft A f*** .titn n tiro werttrltty1* f 1.1tO'QlIII.tJlsbulo'lj1.e :; ,
"* wheref] klJ IcMleJ 4* ilU UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT '
trSolicitor ."._.._.\> t II' j said g % 4n p r lit pi'rtf&thtg {rfthMastear.saidiatfhldbeljdottbled .

nvjtatfen[ to call when I visited Delray bum has one-half acre i in pines,. also i ; r: n t' !oI. .. .. r
Naysldfl' e Jet9dJtdgabrTkgs'iV again i'. i 'fFouiia some 6av% f4S /ang* iiyjpjeo.Htm projr4r'of. th'e'boat Will:be run in up-to-date manner. 1
tJ. '
HI Vtilt to Boca ,
o. Oelrav .4- frrt thard .
11 .a.t1tg.'J ei4lega 'I, CIf,.. Mr. Task. er, in t his field, not (toloVfy4alone4i4e'in>flies, lyre, &|Q J&aniwtj tot niv questionif Excellence of Cuisine a Specialty. '1

oul( superintending his workmen, but some guavas and orange trees, also he WM 1\S9.\ J.gf':4j: 4 fawyn!! >;, re' i4 ;. ,,.r'. .. 1
bJg 'Hi- d.ipgr.} much,business.with his' hoe six acre's .
of muck
rlo which he is planting plied Lh.t_ aaaJ. ajbBSftbjiiViiiig.andrepairing ) ".
'" My next stop w$% at} lPelray and itt that i he brokD tie handle'dab bid.toilfy l principally! hal potatoes; Berry Ellis boats to devotet eny. lime tonjthinttJ&eT''tlidt R t5! $2.50 to $3.00 p r Day.:;:, ; :r:

; ,,,. did not take me long to 'note, that here off tl t 6 4. balancelof' r.the.. "'day7\.1' h.however, I {colored' ), bas one acre of pines and one"and I 1 Ms-.business'ha.l -' >
i. '
i was another busy hustlmiitommunity, amLheartlly Klal1.tbls"ccldeu, occurrca, odihilfiicres lu"tomatoes; Richard ,,4 gei d'sd'rapidh l'a3-td'necessitate ; I:;

'similar.jto the one16of just Jeft, and as heifigjmearound pt iQ brie timl+uWniXhali! cC pr P {JIt4)! ,< Md one-half acres 'hislfrintYo&Vc&ffien/, ',"- Jj\:' SEAGLE & BURNHAM PROP'S;: :!
com I rtad the muck fields._ While of pinjes ; Miss Rena Ostrander has one f Defies: ) '"tfoe')Wgade?;* life"' theirf 3 ,
Michigan*,Pennsylvania and,New"York, no nt{>. hadthe d3ajttttdi:!he1I bdntf ? 'and one-half) vie!tpines.ft ,'/gq at $. vtoit'a, :-- t-au iq?sl)teJ.Keni'J.) Mi.*. .!],-j ;c- WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. .

the former, &:'at BoPnto4r predominating .up Defray *has- ia*l trti'j'assker &u the same .Pestf t a.inPok fie to Am'alien-: :Zndu4riopp pel oEP1eirardiPfe! stre ..1OffatBocn i iuc
c' ,J I put lit three fiaytiereattbehomfpi : kind pf a man. He came here from borg Plantation, owned by :Mr.. Peter :cd\4 DestMkd.tluutrt\\et wal.>,a -.
M (.JIeiry Sterling,4nd when Mj higan and is highly pleasetkuwithth'i .Pcd* 1 enrpai | fce has three rcres of l ;RatonhJt4 VWB nuule.veiy ,,: HOTEL plum liilly Situ .tp,l, facing: Lake

1 bade goodbye to himself and family, shop. be is planting three acres pines, one-founb of! an acre in cucumbers I ItJif6mbl' Mrthe '!fti htt..t'the',home ': Worth, opposite Hotel Royal pohtTHf. :-

felt as though i"'were leaving'ot' time Iff" DntTa oes and owns a half interest in three and three-fourths acres in. I if llf.fW.' < 1 Be\lVbd\ 'moTf J ne\eI I ciana.

friends. ;JAy pvcaiugs.were made.pleasant tbejlaigesy\) pinery here. His.'firm, Rice tomatoes and oiwiaiMrniUJaVnMieswbich : 1t\'i o plf ..The;neat.,. ; 'oin.htg 1.1 i i Eolarfiftl.! Improved and tquipp- .

. in meeting many of the4>esepeople< whTc4ware have twelve' acres of pines will ripen before the.first of Ian-:'.I t-to vis4:! 4h\ e a' f 1 i' Stites 4 cotore.lZ'll' ., : PAL Iy' "S I ed with up-to-date rlunvenienes."
of very.fine. On being told his iakl1aE4 iMfereSW ;, hie>h
.r in town some whom are piusjcalry nary ; aU hO .rpu43S1R fpwegetbhn ? ,
S that I from. said I four sides atlJ andjJoQking lei ', Rates $2, $2 50, $3 per Day :
t inclined; and while 130/ il its was Vo.lusia..CouDty by an oleander hedge, and I I are wU. (# ced} ,- -

Charming orchestra Delray has a musical was, the' very man' '. =lie was'"ldot 1tiug.< lor; thinks!IfJ gdersetltis! entitled. to the II,ne.V-Bltina, &ro4al.sot'coloted 'imeo.. F"f Special Weekly Rates address ,

", ..\:1.: ;,. prodigy iaIttiMspErWv the :icbvyearold \ that he'waited* to stow mefsome:faudone Clue nbb n..as he h'a* the prettiest Place ere p1anttag ', Ix'8tJ''S\: \' principally'in Wen hlz!, BeasS, nari a. ,THE PALMS Went Palm Beach. 11-1.( ,
daughter Jot'!Mr. and Mrs and ongalfLmPet.garlhtgstdoa] ;acDel l.t aY. -.H. tok\(\ me that he was omafoey>0.'l'Gil-"Reid 'colored);' has ,

Sterling S !'b'aX V iiatnril alto voice Detr riy and get my opinion of it expecting ,his brother; to arrive from]| <>ne acre'of beans* 'and. ,two"'* of'" tomatoes. .'

and performs oft; .the orgajt as nicely 'jhE, f extld'a'jll4lKTenbreol'ho6ktdnp'biateani + Denmark-any' d'ayVVnd.he also being a 4 Wm.,J5.L'L.L J)jckson.v j 'Tcoloreil i ra- JJ); had two,acres fjomi THE E1\RM1\N HOUSE :; ,

a gu&npei&n.4 To-sei'tws child pre- and we>drove seemed-north prrcljgal gardener: ,jsiirhelp him make'his p, s f u!ite'S? .ai ;, E.. .t

;r side at be organ and,play ;she accomPtaafKtT end of Lake Ida, where it as ifI'liaq11 .place larger 'ana .more attractive j ] ?\ xtStgit lstbeprgieity.whichis Js now open for Winter Travel.

: Dt1...'. Oqatl 1.t JiCtl betni Irmiy'erred'.froiij! Dade: ,L.. pext I visited' Tfierella Plantation,' pl Binder-the management of' CapUiT. BEST 01 ACCm! D.-\TIO\S.-TABLE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS.;
say the least. simpT"" wonderful.' Tlie Loan:)/;;to the hills of.old!Volusia.-! Thilaijdi crated, by Mr.l,J.r.t.E. Chambers,.oL'St.Loutsttho .y lickard i *,.t and regret'exceedingly that -- Baths In Conneetion. ,!
':. \quarjetle tnembers Wjrttie"'Misses[ Effi very mnch Uk' Wintryaround' will plant,oje acre in cab.14 did*nbt have the=pleakure f'tuVetingtth'a Rates R 'itson lile., Short Distance from the Depot.

Tucker and Mae Ewipgandthe"Messrs.J. : ; DeLand, andhas a growth of bage, one in tomatoes and one in beans* 9 b .fef.t-th'a ntOTningiott'Hie'early '.\'Mre* Mrs. S. E. EARMAN WEST PALM f FLA. '
: f f* '
.' f .. J. Schabenger t dt'WRowan; ; thi largestpine tree's ;f 'have .hu\far and potatoes. Ad joining ThtrtUjL.Man-, ratn i % P..n.fiy..ptfge: & t pTan.in1b5 ,

t : theY.-f\\I\I t <
iylloVriD TO Mlt drrf tW |) and .ound five or six, and Yarbor plant h Ca liuiaixwho : theA courtesy. o; iu_, :!,s>yu, II r. 1:

I take m long 'discover that her parlor .when) saw the yellow loam his! gopber- has three and ODeacrClo ofmuck )J. clRickwd, ""i Jl\ obtained. very fair THE TRAVELERS ;

'_ was Vfrr.PWPl fw ur.tfJ4UQ ** meS,' sip| threw out in making his place of which he will plant..I principally-,. 4ea of_tie yjt&n tie:interests t Captain ;:

;: and if the gentlemen readers of THE SUN abode.'gave Mr. Tasker e' 'Hf. .' as niidtr'bis.' sup&risio '.> .MrJI1-u. NEW MANAGEMENT .
t1Ic endorsement of this nl I!>ra. Iu.JomJts. lac h owned_ by M. J.> 'l jCktb'al5ixly'ilcr' srwokli are ready ,

pitched youngTa3ies'\L) .0-whoseuam: appear tree )Jand. It has an i ef \hOe with his son Wi: F. to ,tapted'iilrnangel'trees-t:t ( ie.work'till J FELIX GARCIA, Prop. Jacksonville, Fla. ;; i
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above,,.and wbp ,.live w'llf"ler'?? >they fifty "fejtt, is ordered on the west by Yirborongh. will plaut two and one- efl comipenfed attan early I sdate.andt --- Jfa
wpuld pot wonder II) at itp betpg,so.. Lakettda. andls nearlylFwo miles from half acres in a varied crop of vegetables:' bS{ orward< Mjia uij <> ju.twiiiauic.Le'yys Electric Lights, Electric Bells, laths, Complete beivice. &
l :
,- My first tranib was to the flrm of Mrl"'Adolpn''Mnller.1 '' Ihi i' bcean v JjT.B ICV.a |V S TesitancriBa in f'Mim Mr. W. G. Corfe. of $t. Louis, clmes' )1.f.c. ,: "Philadelphia, has1w4uty.acrosirpwlyntAibe The Best $2.00 per day Hotel in Florida. ',*
; wh'o' 'camefltd D le sayingjtha % lFe B the >n>plAce in the next ;'he will plant two acres in tomatoes : l > plautcd in ,
County from" the'Empire'StaUTTie'-has State 4 I have seen to make an orange and has one-half acre eran;e, grapefruit 'lemons; he bas .Tale car at the Cniou Depot and ask tie'onauctor to top at the Tratelen. in9 -*'

Ihreeacreaplantedtn-in-toaiatoesf an* grbv 4climate, altitude and soil being which will bear next year. A short llreadyl- e:en'acrS of orange treesgroicinV '. ,.J

r, beaisiwh5chi }iikJBjf 'very<'fine ; he co slde.red'i! fflusiJj&aJ; .belong*itqtherjja wi lk 9 brought,]me '#> the farm of Mr. ';Trnder-stSJant' irrigation," and .t

.' has two'acres of pines, ooe of which Ry. Co. and Mr. Tasker.has, A. M. Shaw,.a young North Carolinian the, pl plant's.V.itecYentlo"snpplv I { water.f. H B. M. POTTER :

is tttl ,jie'arexdoor! { }nMr ti locatfii :wCfBay ityafieh, settlers on who'?;ris1'preparing1 four acres of muck for|, his entiregrove. r i 3vi'i. A.'J-KJng, ,

}Prank '1faUera\d\ a' t'' \-oJi er: twenty acresjof it al|Ito ej a<
.\ has four and one-half. .acres,which he i is!dirt cheap. It is' an ideal place for in tomatoes. Adjoining Mr.8aiw' I he'setigaragggs.beiaag ., ,steam .;rri-' L .. I fj
1 aril to. plant'rinc pally in tomatoes. Here either,! winter at a rifclHlie feu.'rotuld i- ,iplaoc .I$4h9 farm of Messrs. laDt'oa.-tbe.: grounds,which he

;t .i el >ssed tbcanal'ai: ; n.4l ti isUed&Ibefttail home fi i l'fc>;I the..rolling *land'/ .."makes!* the growing < .,Hubbard. and.' Hodges 1., two young Cracky:"wifl bse'ii1Pateri Jig bis tyovti'Messrs. Hay Grain Feed Fertilizers;' ;
1 r .: ( erling & Russell, which they have ofa large variety of iroprtal/:: fruits ers, itbo have Taken lime by tbe._fore-: and RickarHs' have six acres in ,

__ ; practicable, and I miss my.gnsy.if: 'this ckiajidjlapttdt.one; ; acre in touiatoe.4' : p1eshi- if'wtocVareshed.Je'd.;\. :' i!
jeduthtftKrjjtoBj \plptatj!,np Hjij '" I' 'NO LESS THAN SACK LOrs.) .
1 ; { their regard for the State of liodTs l [ not selling fur fioo per acre and egg plants which are almost readyto .,rftiS I Loug'liaM, |ao''acresht7tdirl.; .. : .J.

1 J aiK )! a.; they ? vf live. J trek w'1hiU'two years from dale ship ; they have three acres nio.t* Crosb--, of.San Mateot 1 pas one'and .r

t the) 'are'> IatttnK in t a' varltt |pn.i our return, Mr Trtbrook"''scored well iIM..lJHttWlJUon.< Iw4o .. ; + j ocJ rspe 1ded. ...hey also.ttha, lOt" Close Prices for Cash Terms Strictly Cash. .

i,making. the Kiag o&Yegetables ooe 'on Maj. Boynton. We passed a another Cracker has one acre of tqm rowiTsrcwlyt.9l ,, etjntorauge >
rthd cror{ principal commodity. Their' nexi, vfcyy.-pretty field containing three ficte UdiIaL11; 11 J.lJ; it>tki 11rtdUtotwo .' ref sl-fl f bai rancK: Ja$19J11\.acr! 'fM I

nei&ht) is.it.neau) oEtJJJ2'Owas bit piues and I asked who owned the acres of tomatoes; Walter Billings :'of pineS 6 -d till AU100reiltU: acre a.FICf1:Vareh /:'se in PALMS Wet BLOCK.End Frtight Depot. it/est, "dlttl n j n each r 11 10., _.1,

'tix acres of this valuable mutt plae i:-he answertd, "That belongs to (culore.Il.| has one acre of pines and jpartly'tihedded ; J.'O'Rickards one acre{ ,
the Majoribd; wao\sft:; iset-elms; ohe'lmd; -IIJtf :" l'.f; .nfl Thod'TaunellyonectpMehl --- -- -.- --- -, -----
11 'land whihlfe b plaiting ) acres of tomatoes. ? ,:t.| < .
tomatoes t\ |ijTi; he a,ski Iias"/five .acreP\t:\ 'pipeapples.1 and .haQ \la cute }to pejray I ,Mr'Ci'W.Ruwauc& Son have thr.e. 4. ". .!. 'l..ll"{ not\\.a ir'eJi'rl! ",,: ,'\thl". ,.."I, ...II"0 ,,'

which [ in this to{ t the right kind 01 soi'1to do.I,"' toes : e a\r JsouaflaJe cleared land. 1 ; A BURKHARDT'S
r pines \ are asg rte any q acres of to m'a and beans: Mr..J Wj December M, 1899. n
section. ,.Jh.,$ MS' ext call win at-'the'fami:of kla JAi r Smith''? MW!_'_ 'calJSl_n_,_*' here__n _from_ __ Jackson phich'bjrey illtpalitr.m.: } .,,R PPr next ,lf\ r ,
farmi Mr.. N-chols of Michigan, whp is planting .jear" I feel niujh eileji, in I ':.AsIlev1II i IN.. \ is ramous 'f.('
r -The next _belong to F. L.Teubrook r .1' Xt./ { CfP9 ;:Js f pt\j1gl\VO acres in tomatoes ., very Jip} { ; 4a .;., '
t who : 1a!tr ft s:1tich sic acres in beans, p6tatt4s"and toiiiatoes -1 ; M. F. Davis (colored) )', has twd! .the, outcome at this.place-aud shall avail B-cause of a Millionaire's Toy the Great Park and Costly PJace. 'O. "'
haa-r- ) hivk e1 is r'he h s.one.acre,.of ,rjngjpiaeft aeres'whicb: myself tbeQrsi poitunilyiUkpBt) in i 0 I
igaD : h HP.le#es':; 1 h\\ rliff lant principally iri i .
-!. planting )\\i: s taltamabe ; Mr. tGeo. M. Bossart, of f New f York. I !Ir.Sohu. McLeod, who came' another, day there? 'iHyMiexf' : stop." 'was'at Asheville, 'N. C., will be Famous :
came Ife'htis one of f"! Wmi-I I J i tatoeas-1 / IVernV8Iart3"herel'l! ''
also has pae ud ue1tta' : tli next. acre t Marion County, has one acre. spent'-a veryjpleasantJa'yTnijder R.-C.iu-c <.fWlKAT: HEARTS a new Breakfast Food that is rapidly
pines WIa 1r:ire .beariag' 'Mre toesjone. : acre of a fancy.variety of pines. ill tomatotgjpne-Jiilf acre in Leans anti l / the" h"s.pi able roof 1x.'L'Oming.l'EOl'LE'S NECESSITY. The Food U known as

brook tiear'1DFigSboc \ ., danird and (three acres ju orange trees which: one acrff'in fu pines ; Sherman & Allen- if f t.'Mt; d':\ bonze' '. :a')Iirlon' County i B1LTMORB BREAKFAST FOOD ....

f.\ Chamber i;fcolOred), wjio ls1 'plaatrc Jt are italthy and growing splendidly. wood will plant two and one-half afro s Lrackerjilao: silwwr.d. .ht> J go>)J jud,;_uieut,L j l .
1 H. Miller, of Canada, } the : The result' of science and plain every lay common sen<:e. Costs about '
two and ouc..bal.eere in vegetables;b e Mr. ;C. comes .luir not. o/ilyin.! making Banner Countypf .
Quaking fn9itfe i iq'nckjUcropv half as much a. b-tf and contains more nutriment >*d for I
pna poar.d.Dspip
, has.one acre of*pides, also*some orange a :.:t'fe has five acres planted in bff 9&. UfC. C'>JUli fetivilliieliVanilias Florida his,.home but aL-'Oiia: selecting : 'ics !he on it. Children! b/uollike Roses in June upon it. The

trets which are doing ,nicely aN.. atilt )tomatoes and :one acre in pines to acrts in pines and one and oue- a piece of land uhicu adapted to nay L-ibortr works! with energy Nursing Mothers and Invalids gatber 8
t Dtr. : GritBth,. who here 'bothMJw eultni of and dins life and strength fr.au it. Remarkable as well as gratifying
l .. 'Davis (colored), comes next.\witli one itras.c) : pived fw' lftcS ia tt.WIS:\ IIJ vegetables 1
irbni Brevard cre' oftotntittxs. fruits"his erbp1 this willbe'ten I Q .-- _LARGE PACKAGE ONLY I5c.
County i
oheiicojorea year
....Ml _of to atoes. aDd A. !); hah t tlJllana|e7JWeii & il er
"I Mr. W J.Thornton, a Geor rhandise : acres of tomatoes; tour acres of'beaus L. w. BURKHARrjT
hU = store of Lymau & Co., and I w Gnseriss.
I I halt f acrWVrpVJerf snd'bitJ'ticre in giant has three: acres in tomatoes, one informed me that their husiaess bag tied 'sire me amlope! -half acres of cu, 8 ,
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Store : 2. Residence 'Phone No. .
I orange trees. Jesse Cole (coloied), has are, in. piaei..and.fOUL.. .,01 (oJ acittusait gr JI pglilt. *1 increased rapidly in the. past year tuinbR1hist lannij; is rih: hummock t j.I
and acr t in ,tomatoes and tree .-' pnjl Jie iuteada to plant..t n.,acres ,of,itneziyear 6
two pntHalf that they would live to enlarge their OOO O-OO(XKHXXXXK>< -o-o-oo-o-o < '
U.-rfJ7i./ !/- .). G. Fenno, a!MJQbiga ler, bas'ttfef h.d' tu 9f'i'gl' au'l gr.pttfu:(. I ,
: -I one and one-half acres in pints. I want storeniom. 1 a1>flg talk with hint ; .
: is Mr
in pines and the largest r Mrih.'mze'next: jieitjhbor ,.._ ___ _
+hjiaBeKall's :- -- h -
to say sigh} hereH&a acres i t-t I i ifai-.il-'* Tils' sad (o p Qd,hiui)QJ'j a progressive: man } T. 'C: Holly, af o "a Ma'nnn County".
etalll} hej>l I' int.*p- t$ Chia}t,1a 4 he is in favor of the good road move .son
tries"areyoun and l.IwtK-e'-'acres, in "tomatoes'; 'Snd two iiipiterTJhichareJVefyfiBe. : 13UUDEDITRUSTREI3S
people I have met are self-respecting. ( ,kbutar5 Jiealthy menti inaugurated ''in the columns of ":
blrlred briteRtliflbnt'bhtf'racres in .
,.his ten into J "n
acre conies r
i, polite and. industriousaudsuM.Jlulb vvnei > grove THE Sue. ,over. two ,months ago, and iSwilhng'to .!' Mr. Hilly -RAISED ON- f
1 the respect and good will of their white bearing h 'witJ be llidepead.ntHHcf.israrnpllJt -vote to" boi d the Bounty i iff M 'b tn'' at .SPRUCE'PINE
nei.J.bg1.. (! 18oy UOyihdr.P,I Ir."jrr.! tbree, ;,acres of muck .under. \the, order to build a rock road from the nor. I and te11. n\e.1haq dbnng' that ttael.i t.:' ... RIDGE....
*; him of Fenno &: McLeodand .bas killed tneutyix 'eur and nine
and others spoke very nighly :. ]!.Dante them to. the southern limits!; of therunty. ; forty I 1 Wild Leaj-n -.nd Sour Orange stock. Also fall line TROPICAL FRUIT and
of this i t.OR.tyll..TAL
"C&ereb'man who'Was wjll! prtake the King of f.Vegetables i tleir turksji; btDqe.thecnwe placeis .
Roberta.'a aix maid 'reliance. Mrs. S. Lane, of Mr'Xy'mah. authorizes me tiny n .,,,!" balieltc l Kunze and STOCK. JOHN ,B. BEACH West Palm Beach, Fla. 1 fiI
acres of muck land at that place and : that be will donate two lots t>n the bii eetitritle! wife ,oostl bye) (flag,;e the ,' .
{Dhuffihas! a very pretty field of threeacrespf anJ ''ptT! wnat is the -- -- -- "-
here train giJt at inert -- ---
other --
Mr. RipTaskpr': and speak corner of Atlantic aver ue and Ep ntoa4 I -
of : and the col.ered'people pines and two of jIahlf ill 'wonderful statioij.M the KE: : C. Kyanil -, I ,
a* highly Fagin Henry; leas / >yttmiJ t | e8 who < Jesutlcd -
:f Defray. \ Mr. L,.l1. Burton, of Michigan, fo"uf in the: jutspTeVi.r'of ti\an.}', -
x will build a good, ordinary hotel OIi I important r v.
The next farm owned by Mt.'J- J. acres of pines and three of muck whichhe them ; Irk tbyatired+ tobe'the'inost_ : ;: .*: s.'0. Fins. ., .
th11l t'ai1 I .
., ; ,.8chabinger,. of Philadelphia! who is wiQ: plant to a varied crop of vegetables Yt 'is' ..1 i :> 1.11 ._ GliEft 0. STDEALEK 014NI.
I C 't.fel l : "FlidtYngtwo%nd oee' all 'acr s in ',t a ; I visited both of his fields and ..." ,. .. ) "

nd; ''thins faeatiYJhu*three regiet'exceedingly that I did not have J ._. IN *> ) ,
matoes ;! : ..._.. .r( JlT'butonce {
weertujibiiif ..oneof bl 'J" .
t and one-half aerei ink pine which. win the pTeasure U ; _i r ,, .
( :I'
class up with any i in this s'ection.' Mr. friends f* impaned I 'd ..," IU that I'll, flj Christmas comes\ ? a year t' ,f 'I Staple and Fancy Groceries
Adolph ilofnian German'', \\.hs. the he was absent on more important ousbieskaudtktt t :a i A o/ju ;

ne M,I '.,' ku'.. .t!! ,*... .(-i|> e.tlk& \vuuf.lbaveoneuiorelailv: when heteturujtil. pclray I II :'Arid '''should bring...qqoil.': cheery "mivmo ) /
one in beans and one in pepper added to its I Ornin i and nil PnnH sir lies.
> r.T If- i ; s'ciety.a 'aa tarn .r 'has Wis i .. rod 'a ; ra i ITAlways
: : -
l andcabbagehe. nearly.twoacresin : -4'o.
I ) tLJ.. ..
c pine which will bear.next year. :jj.jit HohueS has., ooe an&oae-half w L .u't i 9COUNT"R..Y )
: < Mr.F.-A.Guattellf Ut...Waghiugtoa, acres*"of pines. W. D. Sherman, of I I PRODUCE t
D. C.- I found Tn his -field'-doing busi! Michigan, has one acre"' f' t'nes'anIJ '''WE U'ISII: to remark that ,tnoiijh **e !lave 'nr.-1' amn10tht t
\.. stock, h.tve started l nd' Artistie Stock Fresh, Kept in S'ucl.
nets witDaloeire i ilt'plen'tdioand tne-half acre. of guavas. I wound up t+ for critical we purchasers an'Kxqulsite ta. : I

,: onF-halt acres in bean! | andlomjt! / the dev by calling on Capt. I. B. Taylor, t' I Your Patronage Solicited: -
ky next'tramp _broughtme( n vie 'bf Pennsylvania. found him at home i"Corrie- d Ffrlds1'Tiin Royal"Bonn cks I :),

farm of Mr S-S, Thorpe, of Detroit, 'and enjoyed my short visit very much jrpe Bins .... \Yest:) palm Beach, fla.
and t
I {tii'Difunancl Rings ,
M( h., wher I met bis'ompetent and is i member of the G. A. R andis a ?

obtigiug superintendent, Mr. B. B Go- staunch L'emocrat-says he feels happy Quadruple'jSilyerware' and 1 fc "' a V

: mezia, who spared:nx>i p4':Ji V wakipg i ia Itvtng-iuia! !. D mocrati .State, and ,is,I,. .td ', Fancy Articles -- -
I 111/visit both'lnt'erestlng'andple'asarjt ; \\0 (avor of running William Jennings E' 1 '
''y' *
r; heA shewed: me over the- arm and biformedl Bryan for President'intil ,,-e!elect'Jilm ; ,, ..fl -/ Fine Watches and Jewe1rpaa'rld : Do You Want aWe
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the tbt[ hU crop thj*, e 4n that he would rather go dot,,to defeat Photo Albi1'Tri3..Beauties :,* O' STEAMBOAT?
would: comprise seven acres in tomatoes, undo; hisll leadership tt'ao to win with 'a. ;.. r--; 1. .Goods" j liars'eon thrtu ban'.Sell loMiit.wecaubuild,and if we haveno .
i xqaisiteEaarl : ,
I one an'd one-half beans;.one of Rocky c; ndidate nominiaed, atcit 't t behest ofWatlStreet. ."'),) .. oS''.. Just .b.it voauauu 1

I Ford musk rnt!Ions ands Baf aud Y'f- The Captain's ideas and 'I'I Carved Orange"Wood Articles "
: half in has on... acre of mine are so-' rtsctly'irifdfccortlVn'thissubject I } TolletSets: We are also Prepared
:** ..< : ; Artistic To Furni__. ... ___._ ,_
panes anhas that I told him - -
II I orange trees and oue Atmiral'41tta4g l r i Dolll0jus'! : ', J
i orders to"'plant nine"more acres'In'pMeS on May I, 1898, had made.; Yankee of 11+ t'e I' Toys, .

, this winter. Mr. Gomezia invited me .etlut if there had been anything left ,t_ I Beautiful DuxVases: Pumping Outfits for Irrigation.

to dine with hini and i found| b$\very in making the job complete he had certainly 7 i .J3ppks for tAll '

: interesting;' u'loot' a' roniin'apart' finished .it up. His two sons, 1I1'ff IJr//tit tars. Mandolins. Etc ad i Infinitom! i .I Write or call on ns for Anything in

in the warbejweeij Quba aidiSpain andmade.tltrce'aucceuNl. L it.Jr.v and Lyman.'Hve with hintlnd t. ... Our Line that you need.
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tripe Uh inpl> they ,have a very pretty field of twoseas .

. plies to the CubaUj army i..oiv the j fourth of pines, two of orange frej|of i" -GW: I'fjN l ER & SN 1 Merrill-Stevens>> Engineering Co.,

. trip he was captured on.board the Competitor guavas, and two acres of beans and tomaioes. JACKSONVILLE FLA.

;; &ad ,wa. imprisoned iii lorro PALMS BLOCK, w STPAI&1BEAOH'. ,

: Castle five months, when Gen. FitZhugh The ant Jay tried lhfcollefiag f l> :\-J: \ -: \ .. .. I 11atys jof''.To a Jacksonville Marine Railways
I I -T -L JL rfrf i :
J.ee succeeded in getting him released. ta iJaW j am I' olIn'S;,

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decision has been rendered in the are perhaps somewhatg.. ,to-, : 'f PNp re4'f Slliip/j J 'IU':; I
case of the.grand lodge of Kansas and Does'VOllr Stationery : "
the De Pxussiere land grant This grant neglect of our feet,tad jet a teaatifuL, : you with 4I :

was made in May 1802. to the grand small and shapely Soot la."a: thisf.'of,, ... ,

MASONIC. lodge of Odd Fellows of Kansas for the beauty and a joy,orever.* Sm.M1I1s at LMsf Print- ?'. ., :

I support of an orphans' home and industrial As a preventive,' of corns bunions and Suit You: ?.... : ...
*ke Grand Commander of'' IlllaalKalchU schooL It contained 3,150: acres of swollen feet. whtco In nine cases out Fresh,Pork ,.
1 Tewplara-Xotea. land and about $30.000 worth of personal of ten'are the result of wearing boots t 1

DC. J., B. McFatricb of Chicago thE pr<>p ty. aggregating in value about either too tight or,too loose tIw. feet Beef '

1L !p newly,elected grind! commander, of.thf '$150,000. In 1SD4: suit was brought by should be bathed daU,. To add a little Next to hit wuriag apparel there jt totiiaga I f
.T parties 'ho'clainuod title! under the right la 1 ''I Poultry 'Y'
Knights alum or vinegar jta the, water an excellent -
J plan of 'm'l purchased from sister of Mr. De Bois plan.; At nlfciit toe fee should fflaJJji.wtjBM U, 10 j artlcajr ahoot M. Eggs. J /.Lj J
shire, who made a claim as sole heir. Tbcase '
baa been
i : ,' proui be sponged with vinegar or lavender of bii Stationery.inesi .
g was continued until September the and appearance
t for&enttin 1&>9, when the derision Wilt rendered i III water which ..IU ttDd.to keep then Native Meats a;specialty, .
U many pcuiniuen years.lie favor of the trustees uf the grand lodge. I smal{ and to prevent corns. ,M UL.YUl JlU''" \4daeo 'ProcI.Ia bus:.
I i ir Ii in* the Swttis This decision! places the property in the i nOM wbo suffer from weak ankles Your:Patronage Solicited.' ; '.

- is i. Rite.: baring; at possession of the trustees of the grand will derive great benefit from bathing a.1'a neat fitting, and, ttylUb cult rclothes 1 Jtl

tainfd the thin lodge. them to sea salt and ..... Tae tart Market m Bauyam&tnttt,

o ty-third degree The Itebekah Orphanage association of should always to wiped Uwrougiily fWoclaisMthe. man. 11-12' WEST PALM "BEACH. .

Mr. McFatrir Buffalo, which is composed of member dry. Aad. where GIlt we--. iwo ,
was knighted: iaMontjoie from the different lodges. coufriplates cold feet plenty orlctloa 111 U a

r com I the building of an nnncx to the Odd Fel-! rough towel la.most deairtble.. kit ,will if it. U J
lows' hume Ixj? N. Y. The ,: E. H. ,
mandi-iy and i inow it at poi t. annex Tbe toe nails should! be just aa accurately West DIMJCK,
when completed will be for the
serving a or- Proprietor J "
-. Its captum gin' Phnns of the mcwbers of the urder."- and carefully trtmaied as furnished you by

DB. J. B. M'FATRICII.: mL IIereceiT, In all large cities and towns the rule those of the flagera. Cut to correspond Palm ; : I
I withtpe shape of the to* tlps.-wBav '
ed the degree of grand elect prefect and holds good that a less number "of lodge
I sublime Mawm in Van Ren"M-lder !mind created by merging two or more weal I ever that may be. The weariaff of* I the right kind_ of a house, present: a. nice ap- Beach r' :
lodge of Perfection in IbST and has served bodies to form one strong, active body narrow boots deforms the toes emefer : .

ij three term as its thrice potent grand! will contribute.the betterment of the ing and crowding them op one agalaat ..- pearanee and make a goad impreaaieo whieb
I master. lIe U now serving as master of frati'riiity all respect the other: One's boots should alwaysbe Drug, .

ceremonies in the oriental omsistoiy. Fifty years: ago a few of the pioneer broad enough to obviate this, ands would not be. the cue if you .uttd: jhoddjr
Dr. McFatridi.U a nutive of Illinois, having California miners organized a branch of nets pair should be at least a quarterof +- Stora

1 been born in Lous in 1St;:. the Icdcpctidint Order of Odd Fellows, an loch longer than the foot to allow paper that was poorly printed. _

On July 5 will occur the tercentenary; and recently the >great fraternity celebrated of Its working forward which It J f

of the lodge of Scotland. Mary's chl1l 'Lf'l' its golden jubilee, with 30."44 will Inevitably do. Now while. speaking of feoaeea that are 811 :Btyal !ontne AarmallPULE" \! .
No.: 1. of Edinburgh! u hii-b claims to I* members in the state: and a. record of Where the feet aw liable to become: ,
the first and principal Masonic lodge iu $1S9.2SS.2S: paid out in California ben tender blister *wdtinc wgA atrsA "ylgW," we,moat not fail,*o. wentlgnTropical' "
t Portland anJ the oldest in the world, and efita.how. A er
f'l' the event will be wlebratcd by a bane powder la an excellent ,thing. Thick 11fr--. ,
many of the members have you a
should b
e woolen stockings always *
I t..of.. at whiih: will be present the Prince .
Wales and right to expect to know and recognizeyou worn when a long walk la taken by ; -
tl( many other distinguished: "' t
as a patriarch: through having m.1you *
who suffer from these things The' TO Article
personages in the meetings of the lodge? persons 't Drugs, s ;
Retiring Grand Commander Sands of Corns are troublesome things to cure.
A grand ledge has the right to forbid and far tbe best plan of curing then 1
Ohio the by
was recirient recently of a gold! '
by law: the issuing of electioneering circulars
t mounted sword. the gift of Cincinnati by subordinate: bulges! or individual Is to have them properly extracted by Stationerand' ]
commandery.' members of the order within its jurisdiction a pedicure or chiropodist It.ls( dangerous

Admiral Schley was made a Mason in advocating or ,condemning certain to cut them 0QHeJr. ,as then ,;
f IL B. French lodge of Washington iu brothers as candidates for graud officers.> II always the risk of cutting too detp. Druggist Sundries,,'

1' the prebiure of one of the large crowds California grand encampment fixed the In! mild cases however burning with i ,
ever seen at the Masonic temple. After per capita tax at 55 cents. acetic add often give relief. The acid i Prescriptions Parefully Compounded
t I' the conclusion of the ceremonies tbe audience should be applied with the point of a
The disabilities of an ancient Odd Fellow Sun 'East Coast Business Soliated. '
cheered for fire miiiutets. Ttw! should --
are removed when he is readmittedto wooden match and great care ,
t I three degrees were conferred by special membership in a lodge and he is then be taken to prevent Its dropping on or W& PALM HEA H* 6-10-96.
entitled to all the privileges and benefits coming In contact with the skin.
r The grand lodge of Illinois gave $1.000 that such membership confers. Perspiring feet aw Jeff unpleasant ,
to the Eastern Star home at Macon and] )
Members retire from the lodgeroom 10 some persona, &Indeed. it almost
t $1,000 to the Illinois: Masonic Orphans'borne. can Wbwb enjoys a well-merited reputation for PATliOXIZB TUB -
when the lodge is closed in one degree amounts to a disease. One of the simplest

t I. ajpd before.it is opened in another. and best ivmedles ls to bathe the 5
There are 250 chapters of the Order of furAl.hiq higb-graO vock. THE SUN.baa
Au insane brother incapable of per-- feet night and morning in soda and water DeSoia Restaurant(
I e the Eastern Star in Missouri with a total +
membership of about 8.000. forming an intelligent! act cannot beer and then to powder them thoroughly the best equipped Job Office along the East <
pelted from membership because of an with pulverized alum and tannin "
IB Ohio there are 8,132 Knights Tem Infraction of the rules of the order.A : WHEN YOU WANT
plars. b.008 of whom are provided with equal parts. The stockings should be Coa.t, and ia Utter prepared lAW that ever :
1 i minor daughter of a brother and a hanged dl.1l1-bt fact fteoer It neeesary. '
1 uniforms. member of his family is not entitled to before to meet all the requirements of the A S#td, If I CaJtIlfMIt .. ,
In 1S38 the gcneral'grand chapter of her father .
: be paid by a lodge for nursing too _
As a preventive against chilblains,
3l Royal Arch Masons of the United: States his illness. trade ia
during that line.
wash the feet IB alum and water |Ii I
y held its tenth triennial meeting in Boston OYSTERS TO QRDER.
and it was an occasion of great in capital plan.Boston Globe.

I St. Paul commaadery. Knights Tern Low Death Rat* IB New York J>rt>- Bow t. KtllM Coat DMC. Ulgh-lrade..Work ANNIE LATT1MER, Prop..

r I Jars, of North Adams, has elected President dlc.-HoD-Lodge Gleaning Householders who' find that they Cor. IIIa"JAII ; ,
I McKinley an honorary member of The low death rate in New York slat have been supplied with an undae pro- I U the kind THE SUN ,Uoes, ; 1'oIDllt'tta sIre etsd West Ptla Bneb.Geo. I

that body.\. thus far this year together with the portion otd'.tta. their coal may

I addition of so ninny young men to the bus iitllla It:. Take three or tout

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. ranks of the order, is a source of much handfuls af, common WMbJag soda and the oidy kiod, W' have found tbioagb

I Tr.akl* Cfeaeeratnir-tie laltiatlon. gratification to the graud lodge officers, and. having well wetted a bushel of S. Hacker &- Son JI
who in the future a much
predict near
coal mix the soda number of
J Fee-8w. ana Plume, : than at dost thoroughly an experience extending over a
lower assessment: rate pl't'M'nt with It Let it and It win
partly dry
t The Knights of Pythias are, engaged prevails. It is estimated that the 4f th
that it to do this' for when
for when years pays you
answer burning a
.. the iuitiatiou fee
a ia a %r e struggle over claims this year will be at lout IflOO.OOU
I to thM' MganizaUon which may terminate less than for 1808. "* stow Are sj IwttlydBow
once get a customer be will stick knowingthat
\it. The trouble has been bnI
a ( \\ "" -
Mystic lodge'of Lynn is laced four
I. I lag for aoue time. It arises fioin the (. ........ O&Ie t.li. :
ineiuiiers recently, which brings thu niemjciskip what ia done for him will be done BIGHT,
I fact that the supreme! lod;e some years of that lodge; up to 700. When oilcloth baa been Own fpf a I

I ago ioitia fixed $10 The as lodges the minimum of the price find of The lodges of (i renter New Yolk arepreparing few lUonth.f and 'I to toning the shiny and in a manner that 'will. be botb pleasing ,
oL east
for grand entertainment tobe surface. It can be renewed easily, andIt -
I that it U iuipot-kible to "persons t.. a
join the order! at that rate when tuau> held Jan. 8. Crud and supreme of will.last twice a* long. Melt a Uttte and attractive.
other org 'uiutiou6 are receiving members kfis are t<> lie iu\'ittod. ordinary glue In a pint of water let-

for $1. *2 and $3. Many of the No vstiktiouii are. put upon the place log It stand on the top of the oven till j
I Pythian lodges of Pennsylvania New lit resultuie of the numbers. When Issolved. Wash the oilcloth thoroughly rWwf M.

,1 I Jersey, New York aud Delaware have death occurs away from home all thatis and let It dry. Then at night when I And that's the'

I been receiving $3 to $5 from their newl.t re iuiied is proof of identity. the traffic of tbe day I la all over. go MANUFACTURERS .1

I made members while a committee of the The Ancient Order of United Work over the whole thing carefully with apiece OP

lodge pays the difference, so the book men now hus'a'uifiubti.ship in this couu- .f flannel dipped In the glue wa- after all.Even Doors
of the lodge show that the $10 has beenpald.PhiladelphiaTimes. Cheapest ,
try of over oTO.OtH. 1 hi' membership increased ter. Choose a dry season of the fear f

4.;& 'duriu!: July aud for six for doing It and by morning the glue Blinds .
In Missouri theKnkhtsof Pjthias hive mouths increased! 3O.t.'), MouldingsAND '
will be bard and will have put a fine ,
a atrengtb approximating 21000. The ,i.
f I. order was iutrodact iu the state by U.ib- ROYAL ARCANUM. gloss, as good as new on your floor though you might be able to lend else. -- ,.
To prevent the edges fraying make a
ert Moth of I'eniicunia) JU year ago
at Kansas City. In the' followiug Tar Visiting Brother Should Be stronger solution of glue and while It where for your Stationery, aid save possibly BuildingsMaterial, ,

the first grand Mie wa* organized sluedS'arlousotes.. Reee. I U hot paint the edges of tbe oilcloth all CHARLESTON, S. C.,
There are now 2T>7 subordinate lodges in round with a small brush. a few cents OB aa order amounting several
It wuuh1. ba a graceful the -I' South.
the/ state and new charters are beingrapidly courtesy on Largest Factory '
granted.. part of councils nut only to announce to dollars, remember that time is consumed and Send for Prices. '
.fi the members the names. of all visiting How te Make MftlMMM B a**%.U,

The uniform rank was introduced iu iirethreij iu the council cbam r,.but ta One tablespoon sugar. one. scafl t c p, delays occasioned ia doing>> so, and that if 4The
the supreme lodge of the order at etc have their Ut! ties mentioned iu the wine molasses two well, beatea.egga,, Gat

session held in Cleveland in August 1S7T. utes of the nui-ting. To give official note teaspoon melted lard genero.ua pinch mistakes should occur, you will lave more or Daft Comfy State .Bn
c Its first great pageant was held in Si the ,
t to calls of the individual: meuiber ax of salt one-half cup sweet milk. Beat ,
,. Louis in Ih'O. Tbe members of the rank
pay their own expenses and uniform aud well rauk as should to delegations be. and members of all together thoroughly and add flour less trouble in getting these rectified. West Palm Beach, Florida
of the
part proceedingsof
to make toll dough two teaspoons ,
equip themselves; inking no liti..i>,tunl't' council ,
'I every : baking powder mixed well In flue
from the supreme lotlgor the grand .
t lodge. TWO hundred thousand is the mark set Authorized Capital, $100,000.
by'the rt' The Sun Guarantees I
supieuie gent.New .
t- I The uniform rank of the Knights: of How ts Cot Be'" Paid
J Pythias is organized and dulled precisely York is working to wake its membership Skin a medium eked ed and C\1\lt Up Capital $15,000., I
50.HOO before the new year. Into lengths of six Inches. Lard them I
r l as the regular army of the United Satisfaction "
States, consists of 20 brigades and numbers Ice 1 tht're'l'rt! 190.727 members in with bacon and lean ham In two OFFICERS: '

55.000 men. In the late war ti.000 1,752; councils. straight rows down each aide of the E. N. DIIIICK, PrssUett. 'i.

i of that nuuiUr went to the front in defense Growth will keep down the expense of back. {'\It, tV, ptc of JUMP A shallow, U. 0. HtKDRICWQN, Yiee-Pasidapt" i i6ED.

4 t i of the stars and stripes. membership. fait canvassers mean in. tewpan and cover them with white and ia right here at home where U stands 1.Office. IRA.ItJIJQ.-C dJu., :
I t Thomas McN'oal U now grand chancellor creasing! expense. Voluntary work by wine. When they are thoroughly ,

of Missouri. members in cuu\ersution with friends, blanched or parboiled.take them, out ready at.all time and under all circumstancesto Hours From .
'. will sate. this expense. ,9" m. to a., mCollectl ;
N and place them upon a dish, screened
i Modern \\'OUdW"'D.It Red Men. with gravy that has, been slmntered fol'iU; conducts the letter. II you 6Htf1I IKIIC IHU"ra.td:1 1 % E '.
has been the delin- :
your camp
la which
to a caramel Add the liquor
quent list through the carelessness of Great Sachem Wise of New York but are not satisfied with work you may have ng promptly remitted on day of' ,
appointed[ Pat Great Representative the collpps,were, blanched and set the ., ,
your clerk, St.to it that he is nut ref receipt fuboafbt sad sold oa tke prla.
Libiu.. Great Piophet l legion and Great dish In a hot oven until the fish are a in the
and with
f elected. gotten elsewhere a change copal cities at tbe Bolted States 4-J&.if
+ Keeper of Wampum Boyd as a committee rich bl'Q.WD.Sew! them to the ,table .

I -, blanks Do not as use theyill any more not old be accepted application at on forms, in accordance with the resolution upon the dial b which they were cook style or grade of. your Stationery,
passed at the great council ed. Garnish them with leowa slices '
the head otQce.! Use the new application ,
The annual report of the great council and dust them with cayenne.Haw '
blank and save the annoyance of delay.
of Indiana shows the membership to be f i j

l months A beneficiary to become member a in social suspension member six 20.5C3.: a gain of 3.211 during the past to Hake FmUf "'a/,- Send.In a trial order OYSTERS. ,i

would have to join as a new member. year./ Two bananas one orange, two pears I -.
The great sun council of the New aDd other kinds of fruit which may be for anything you may, need IN ANY STYLE AND
The adoptions in 1SOD. up to Sept 30 Hampshire reservation elected Edward ,\ AT ALI Horas. .
In &e 80D. Cut la licea. and place la
have been 100.515. or a monthly average
D. SvuxtT great sachem and Levi N.
of 11.1(;& dish In alternate layers. Over all pour
chief of records.
The insurance in force on Jan. 1. I'O. Reynolds great a colored sirup Lad serve It may be in the office or counting room-Letter Heads, !! Brisbone's t1

wa $<;lT.($ U,000. On Sept 30 the insurance KnlithU ol Honor. served with whipped ereaov .,

.. aggregated; $1i3.3:: O,500..hich Amcricus lodge, New York city, recently Note Heads, Statement. Tags, Envelopes, I I Restaurant ; .,
shows a monthly increase of 15137000. held identification Bow U Car ioN la* CUr. i
an meeting.
Cards, Sill treads, Bills of Lading, Counter :
Dictator Freeman had full power to A pailful of unslacked lime In the .

: t i Knights and Ladles of Houor.I make arrangements. Every member was cellar will overcome slight dampness. Pads, Circular, Dodger, Hand Bills, Pamphlets I WeU EIM ae nU le Blotk.I I ,
& ,I I During; the past two years 82 new required to attend or send a written excuse As soon as tt I Is reduced to\flee powderIt '

t I lodges have been instituted. with his photograph. The penaltyfor should be replaced by fresh lime. or U feel soythiug'tthMyou may want I West Palm Beach.,*7-9* .:

.<' ( : Total cash in hands of the supreme [ noucompliauce was suspension from Cellar windows should not be closed ."" "" "' ........"" ...... .
:: I' treasurer at last report $G1.J39. lodge relief for six mouths. until there l U actual danger of frost a* in the line of POINTING

Receipts for the past two years in general C. J. Fetal is now grand dictator of vegetables will sprout unless they are
; r s aud relief funds $2,503,082: ; expend New Jersey jurisdiction and John M. kept in a cool pbu A clean, dry c4-
F'; itures. $2.501.443.Total Mujhew grand reporter. I lar l Ii not only In order
i necessary to ;
k. membership of the order at lastreport. You can help the order and help your preserve vegetables and fruits which And we will B re Is ford Bros I
self by introducing an applicant
1 GU42. may be stored there, but as a safeguard

The new rates of assessment which against sickness in the fatally. Real Estate M Ins Ul8W
KnUthU uf Malta.
r go into effect with January next will ...
Hereafter repicsentatives( to the sureme please r
mile which the members you-sure.
x a change > omuiuuudcry must come fromgiftIUll'OlIImuu..l"k'S Han t# Ma A ink kr..la. PALM BEACH, FLA.
will less
under the age of years pay Peel and slice enough oranges to fill
will! have paid duiins 1S09 under on a basis of one fort'a.L
: i than,.the they old table of rates while. those 2.KSO uemb.rs.The a dish and reineve. tit *"ds..4Bd.V>tgtl! Notary Public. Cottages t. RentPostoftlrv ,
skin Put the dices In layers and
There revi eel 1 iu.titutit cov-
somewhat more. was adopted
I over 50 will pay Buildlnit.North oj >
U to lie, however no step rnte. the as ty the supreme commander for live t'I' each with frrarttt opiMBa&i 4 little ... 6-1..7 foloelaaa Hotel '

pirkllitllilt lag U It ti.,1 Jum) rear __. .upt tal be stdsd It laeddq,

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cpRrrf iiij wcenttlgttrjt : ()l4h.. _.plainness[ of Speech and lacB ofa J" tfC'-Itof'USii', "' >Ih' j;! :/ : -
t.,pee !dedJrlh ftaegInokog' .J: iWh1GI pt tlf:: i dAieaD It. J<4 "f. ...i. 'til '/, .,- ,-.-,? .
ft.Fi I?,> t)3afi !,. J iih j.-t ii! n; bf"i. neM for PINEAPPLES.NEPTUNE 1
.l1l.. date" ebew
their pocket ,the eh I 5 D : to peopl B t,.. : .. .'r- -ir. >. : : .. 1 J.11reYa .
j JB i aj ariettjqfwajjk iiejpo l $,son. FLORIDA.THE \ .
i cbafltalJe'purpbs 8 'I gpp'ie splcuous.fouar yinick ,fhej./keJ J& 't' "J" i "J.I"u '; 1

B Tjorfdayj bold "thttif'bwii.'lf they entire frankness that rdaiiws adopt la ':' '" ... 'r' :. ; f
1r not trirenJ.(; ( erery'reak''' 1",1 .cr 'speaking ipf the black of the : f.. ,.. J ..

It 'ovr, for knliktiraeksPto a'Tetrvedb! 'as-.to!the best'. fainlte :>r | .I I S I Sheet V H j I ;fsJ"H""I,,! ( ;. .".. -: BAIT1HOEE TAIL 0"RS.I': i

bet of' : 'prvvtdeuToa :j-Mjr f brothers are not tis! c I .." ;;: ; ;
taaar./ Many. people make a gwsr' kno .. ireMahksilta girl of "

I at : I J.. .J' .._1ae' ......r,* '. One&ry.prrlutklWatmlWfulq'staet you! !! ; w IJQ : ... ..... 1t: t "J"I ABE SAFBANEK & SON, '"ue a. s.

'1' 11 recently to a wOlWln to whom st Laid t.<.,: t" li'i MANACEKS OP .\. .
com b s' jttsr'lxte n uiiruuuLcunsTjt -the- ...-,.-- .".. ,'j. I ;:. .
ID .# .eldest, drbilw like A, fiJi.ttodJIai..tJlje The Three Friends -
t .
\ '' :r b-1 .i '
IIo i, ,.\ rotd other ode, ttia f:1t: d'llttvt."rT'hamLi&tiOn t/h.-. are the .'epressiorishich"caJi .

to that he 1 has eversttewpted." .. :> Tailoring Company.., .. ;
: 1 -4& tl .ml.,Jtaflr aaer uw{" .C 1J1t! 184'. 11 ; ::w ; be heard on all i .
t oilier :
"We .
end .
Ing: \ ; olihcepjw lid5lh! r
.' 1' L u are so beastly poor.nuts that we have ,''I l ar b ,. ; ;1 'SUITS AND pAirs !MADE TO GH3EB-:

pot>! .taken a house in the slums for the .t : Bules* concerning =the. news ..J
I you"will"not give me
Winter. hope
II UIlf ) .up tD-cotishllul-deeJ't ;R II n ." .1! !'II 'a.i :+>aasigPiit' Ii'trr1'Ui1&'N Ltflu Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing ;
; d''tl.'UI far columns .' &
\By':her' menT adaptation.'bel'lleltto < :. < 'I' A
.*.., Specialty.
circumstances sbekeptliet pl'g1'tW J 4*

I her eela!<,wgrhbp j>1' spit,J; r.J ,A1 q:. .. 'i ft' bpi 1 'E.'sr:1: : I FIT AND WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. ,

I's u Jleftl'SCS.. .Jt'r.,,SlU"h) .as'r,;..;.BtI ow JI IIembarSassgJoneabout .." torn l..a task t- ;'. ,; .J "1 e -, '
,_ ) praui}Jaj-y..matters I .," WEST% PALM BEACH, FLA. 1
"r J ,.1
would"have'inn?!! most unasuutorm ;
!b..Y. .. rly. It has been'1fd'thithireifr' 1" JI 'Kiir? '_lM i.. ", l i! c "'T'M ,
F- 11 .at R"I' JUwa I "
'a' 'that etcher'r okvs"'sfenin'o'r' : '
4t ; topfc t. iwt'f .1 H' Clematis Avenue 1
? I pride' "VCttu the modern woiriitn. bowl ;10 .

I :;. ( J v1t ,JI tier! It does oettnee.. She-singly feels ti.ittr .,,., ...:s'I" :

t 'hI{> greater aensltlvettfi pfhlbeaRuDr.jet' ; I) is ataa sf..terart., : ; Supply' Store-;: .: ; ,
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:rt.: ,
1 IlJ W. ,t la..tl t'.l; .s .Uiaa; a.mti4, would jiyjUlflyaslfy! : u uu ,

Jt; istv s rH'1 :t ''JIi1.Wd.m: Sh, n..o' i41e.rYcabouthe5 .. 1 x t ::-West Palm Beach. Florida, J: ,I
J :.jn

j .reJin" !!
t>tG jyjjbrJjjjdcryj aiidlniinufactare ojfieVsubjecf tonnectecl with fier j J.. D. MA THIS "NtS.ae.e.rt.Braa..t j
; anjj' ae r ,
tJvU> >r adl" custtloDRot'scrl'ea: 'I and th'a't'lso tsajjoni/n'e' 'I' It \ 1
: 4 i ,personality. .rl.1R" fYlp' "cr. .A L. .
ehet1e33* ro iidiJ rl iniagfne'wllY etityclY! at alt' SblftceTs nnmUgated"tIl'Ou'to&! :{ : :: ,,
funllg xl'nt'ot' tnaay doI-1 any old fashionedcontemporary .Who 1 \ '1 M* Jlotto-" uu'It Sal." and Small ITofiU. '.

} 'NioWPljo ,_ i
Ll .
griaterlfm9Uatof \& .
< shrouds the fact la Eij-steryVJ 141 rsl j ", "s..1 '. Goods
bQt \ apfl Itttle ladle Bakery and !
) U any'will.
expense. The :itnuiltion;; that lf-oue doea.not j s1:1: :' 't' vac

will a:,duY/asoi.mont swajl i pro.ctlops.flaljUhs&i4pa ,. wlsb. H>'WIII'o-Jije uOuarpeeomerbaQ!! :'" ..1.... stirs;, ";" Family Groceries.. I.uuMY

i> ..lU .!o3 uan4 peed, jo betknpwDsaf4an! old<< ,wald'to. ..: Jt-dl ,tial t... ta;. ,- .
: In'-the cud bring\ quite as much now ulte pbsplete. AIwomati, in nerthtftlei Specialty
trl" : to the mill "0 ly too often a >1 nether'marrled r"lilhl'M.1g'at'her ; B r" : I. : ;Goods delivered free to any p.I'tof !
'iuctl ,tiul> kfb'\f 'f4! .iLl (;a qt Lw 'j.j '. .
ta\'d "' ; tbo dtwLejltely1U1: : prYm n 1d'u one i It better ; : j the City or across the Lake.
\ a drug iu the market and will be : Jl lad J1hI! .
the ) than she does.' 'Ilcr'aKP-lrf'ft U! Jllnct I.'i'fi' 8 y in Orders Given Prompt Atte:1UolL.
ofstbit; tliitiassld,1.4ffi i.uctlOIf : .
a'lot asse't"noe
'K alu, not ; an tdeficit. i'- :, '
Goods First-Class and
\ perhapsiviuriMHl |She>.ia quite conscious otihe \, i '... Fresh. Highest.
tsoit.' IJU OS b! prices paid for country produce.
) gait (\ClIIIfhls1.llkt+ >sotpe U1 c.Oil! advantage and Its oir the wb ie, gather.; t,.:., .
iak vomun ..II.{ I Y.4 J. 4; Buy o' ue and I will nave yon mm-ey. 6-1-97
""Q.S reuwrkswthe\ ; ,
I proud tai). otliviwliie.QflJiii1esyerteijttj ; ; ,
fifl | | <*,iguj i put '(or "would' ) not:>i,seD 'tt. : ,,-say's ;he., Ne'f. {Vopk>' Trlbijae .In ; The 'OLDEST' ana, EESTneWSpapeT -.-- .
i :
; I .tty.and t st.:(!il.-iuoder ate In'prfi*; noting tjho ,foregoing aiuong soine?'of ,;j: A} 7t

bag:. : 1 ;' : nllnotl'L( are'' the acfjectfvwi1 .the present '",,:h 'of the' world.:"' ': : .)' rlJ. Mathushek PianosAre
should, be"sultable For t>azaar ar ; 'published m thejr
'tJJ i JL Smart Wiate'"ShfrI'Wa'.t :'J rianoB With a Name,
on j : JOOdtrlUi.,1s! dooo.lll IIUkt.8 Last winter wltnewmxl'a' faint' at.tempt : ,' >v a u 01 : Pianos That Have A Reputatio ,

P wokbi do.nott Cott! ,nuwh, ea). I at tbe-iiitrodactioB the flnnnr : ': ..caol.i una County. EacH week they second to none. They art the

wa : : ,wade.l fttU4ttv': by peifufned{ Io1t.n..1: shirt..waists'! This .scason.lt i6thg"pkle Lra4 kind! thai have stood the test of

::; : ;, t fi{ : *..a tv!.lltY.tw of way. E'JB' 1 1f.8:! } arranged'In'. *< ., fc reance,I! : of the,Lima.r\ wman'ii ct, ;J v:.&a; ;..' d..contain. .U... r. _4 time an have satisfied the most .

:: \ pffer! an attraction topmost wardrobe The.model,lllustrat-i'l i "'.1.:4 z. 11 !ul7a: aid; al a..,. "" ., L.. v4w critical musicians in every way.,

i. : w, i i-s. "nnd there Is 1-a'vast field open _f'J.! '1iJdu.qi: flier: nl bta b;;.' .'d C-.,. 'J-> ..' T 'ey.Are Not'"
!: the, amateur. ''fn;coveringand dee- II .., I. 1,11 .-- tt.u.: "J, ., i .i..-.. ( 'Hef. '-jj old style pianos that have heenrented
fill Ing\ 1.Iallfoodln, ODeI.faucla..u. t' xi + ) I f. 'J, It,! : ..'l1oh.a.u "' '" II. .' .
'J Iii for and then olftred
? : i' : .. years -
i devoted to. cigars aud.the larger. "
tM ;l 'U" y d It ,,: ,4ulteJ},' ,as great bargains," nor are
< that uuyjl U?b.\d from U'rq'; ; ,
{ lined with .quilting, perfi uyd or! : "L I J.) I'1i'Im't e .News .,,1..1' I... they ".&:l1enp. low-grade"pia nog. .
: i .. made sell uat "
acrgrdhgtuta: stg, aotl'cyy'ert41 ) '),1. : to half. price.

pen old world' .lot:)kmg\ brolmde'"oF: *J. ql, ..r3Jp .. ;. t f :Ii ',; Every Piano Is New, ."
I i < tt'rtfu'se.. are hot to be' resisted. wa ..
| *trifle'that always "takes": + t.'rt ,: and every part is made in the.
t$ \ ''for photographs ta the style I >\J thatJS Ir lif ews t Mathurhek Factory! '.

tiei" 'ln the cut 'l'he..fouudatIOQ| li z Jtx a : f :,which isagiiaranteethatitwill "<.
'\ ( board. ,>vtlch. | PTtf\rl'fd. may 1..1 ;.:u..I.\.JwoJ"i It .... .,'. I last a lifetime. .

Iflf ; : : \It soyue. awry..HI i.} /rt+dI t- J !. .

a,. :! \ : I h..,as,,. thn. Lr( .ty1 *y.! ,A *'-><. ,a taaas: s4)" fyo'c: Why Take Chances .
a wM.a'i f .,.(liD or. .star. topttead'or t f I'D-I a 'w on cheap) pianos when the 0!<1.: '
tt'''-form .110"1 shown .f.1 tm' &('> "b"",If I : : : iN -'I' ..:.a .'lk, 5fitfonfr from West ,Palm and RtlihliIathusbekc :.4
; ? g ::
'(} first with wadding of some'I baught, at prices and terms to'
on ; 'soft mawrlaftbenwHfc* taiie tr". : suit ?. There that .
? :a.each.aBdimmedialie; : : you are more
) lMk.o'iotlHltnl' :fabric They flat : '." 15,000 Mathushek Pianos in ""
.. ; lret )''ah-j inAde4o: :itbej awe .ma- l' ksItI/2 '
- !: !; fSUretcUet} Y.\.e f stiff :.wusUn, and I t1.i'' b Vity: '. but from .all] points 01 the One.South." "You Should Have .

t : ,
..with.;"ruucy! .galloonTbe. !, flack| .
( I
: "
1C\II' bed_ riosrl wi.th"pl I .ln. 'silk; P re Iyr Genuine Mathushek Pianos '
An or nuil,"', 'Tbe"eilges; are fln- I. note on the Lake. and along areonly sold by
tofi. \ 'dii1'flblottW'aie"at- .
\ylth i Dora ) LUDDEN & IJATFS' 3I n.,1
bH 'where rho v\'o'rker'plohsi's1. .. : .. '
4 jailroad thus making ,Fred Kahn .
thlr; ; and 'a -'novel'( 'bolder& -for tht Jlanager
:\ \ : pbotogrnpbaj? al.ioRketcbtHi.. J.: 1 29 Ea t Bay St., ,Jacksonville! Flai|

i I I ed.' frtuoea ,dre formed I1k -.jb\rJI;; \ dj,) : :1 I : "::;ru: ,' it easly| -- -.
\ have a lozenge/ sb?pfd opening la i -p.; -
I : ." ,
on uihldli-! for tnct' ortralts Etch -H! W. E. MITCHELL,

t Uiinadt.' of '. ,
; ( fcardWoabiCiivt'rt'd: (I Shoe Repairing Neatly Done, Harness .
low flannel first and then with
'rs t3
i Sewed and .
{ Repaired.
"'of sating'daintily ejtabrotlei'ed! 1
ed. the "saddle yoke. nu*>u tbe.luteatdemands
chenille aDd narrow rl.b JjtMiSr.iTh; ; of fusbioo, Tbe. !!litrI, I latit. Out-of-town customers will receive
.' ; .' which {connect", tit ,1.frames-! taW the yoke iu f rout lu uiluute tucks. iTnQ: adint'Family! t N eri I iromt attention. Shop on Olive Sin et,
>tJ"t.) cJirefuUy: ..ctipn, with re afd.. but lii mply gathered itt,thy,4lkic. wbcreathe ewspap iug.next door north of TRoPIc u.SUN Build 3-111 l
ed. color.I fur thjein'epeu'dii '
thejr.! uijna yoke.takes a |HUUiedaluiiiey-Rowa! i i .
) 9f'the good effect. of-.thi's. fanciful'. of stitching t&f'i trifle: -1 Jar.11 the wulwts are WON tau".ltnLtlwn' To Rent by the Hour t
L L f &&f1do ; or Day. ; t
com :
heretofore.>. 'Tlie plain :everydayHffalrp"df Q unty
t ,CkurwinK: ChrUtma_ Trll'"..: the first Jntrodiictlon' la'liowtjUcked. I : .. //ONLY NEW BICYCLES Ifi TOWN. '
knit : I Clitjsyi/ua- f>iV.'wut; t\ the isbops; fcathcrstlchedrnil''cordId bi' x'y .
Inch ; : \f._.all IJ soi-U) of ..chiirmlng trjIU's! : ,0;, d Next Door North of Tropical Sun mock
; : Icb are. au to'da'iniy! .various:.fusliiyus:! :TIuj; wiiite polka 'r .
InsptraUonj :1 .
W. R.
: 1l1 HI floe 6alstripes onsplal4'grounds :J.; ,
"; tbvm"'at rk'ers who home, can"casiy! Very| njanff-; chicv '. .vr. are favorite: patter' r?Hitb I I oj... <;, Already. : THE SUN is a welt PrO) rietor. .

.JJ .Jf ', : blue as one of the iuy t pupularsvluta.: I -

';: a:: j .. come-visitor, to \TOTICE.
f '"* CfcoootatF Carameta..:' '. :: .. <: nearly every ,
>> -
J PpurJiHe.int"of milk Int6 a?.presarr- .. To all whom it way Concern:

1 big pqn and ado !half Pyuui] of choc<> ::,. 'uy: :' home in this section, N'ollce h hereby Riven Hint the ''itraeb

v lute prokea J iip'; four.iVuiidli. of Gruwq, dull," n( Palm Bench, lIulll' f oo't... Klorlda;
sugar and half a pound of. frehii but, will apply to the Hon. MinorS.Juii-n.Ji-dze.
tel'.'- Let R bull for half an jiour., stir, Itr a'.a'.'and( its many attractive. etc. at TltUKvillc, Flurliltt. on

ring'frequeutly. clues done, a crust .1''.. The 6th day of January 1000,
of sugar will form -on spoonami .. .. features
bringing or an soon thereafter the
are new IIH tniuiin b*
L on the side of the pan. Pour In n tc4blespopnfnl .
a l.l h..artl. for a charter t 1> Incorporate the
!: of extract of vaallla or .. "
tolll'h Hub" ( I'nliii ..
V liearb n"' a tori'mHlinn
any. flavoring.1 Roiiibye from 'tho Ereand n.e:1:) "recruits to its ranks each organized for-MM ial |iuriHiwv. and for
stir ,rapJIy! un'tilthe caragM'i! I! bbl '..' the ohHcr Imlirateil in the nuns "f Bald
.;a In ; ?ins, iQ. thicktu... Then "pbiir1. 'It .on,.'a corpuratiiiQ l eximtdv iu its urth t,..s or
; : slab vvWdlia4 been.well buttered and ,week. inrurporatlou.|

i, ly, i mark it with tbe lock of the,Ii.nJre Into .bi,', is iznM' "II14t'n '; ,:'1: '. h'. '" ..:,.. DateJ at Pall ib-arh this :tl. tl-ij orDrrrutlarr
fl J: A. D lhaa.
If; squares. When quite cold snap them .i i" t, ,.
asubder.tG "t. E. It. BUAUl.EY, PmjilHut.
i"{ It .. I ** '" .' J. It. RKADLEY. SWy anA TreeM.
f Jar ii : : T. T. Br Ea6. Dirreriir.M. .
Household Ores ttlei: ..
IJri M. FLETrilEil.
lcio .
i. ;_ .ptet < 4 A;point tb'gire'the( 'neV waitress Is us J. M. FLETCHEK, .
1 that:china platercups! and'saooers ; .::5' ,j
; 'L 10 .... -
f should not t*. piled.one upod another { ;
\ iJou. ; ; ''J'; ''white bey: are UotTUt>y...must cool '
V; | Subscribe for the Sun.
& 'the ; GREES. "rihi. S L1i Etl' CTC. before they are.packed..... 'Otherwise. -" the

thq. ; ; : g 'these desirable 'feVfoln frip glaze cracks eajily, ; Ad\t.ertisers -_. -
< tfie') { / ,are j a lovely sachet;'In''' Illy'of I.. jqotlililngsiIver that has \b-:en ,. .

.t ':Valley" green velvet 'einbrokle'red tall .f N;and badly, tariilshefl it afii!. a' .I. 3 iii. GEO. H. MALTBY
'. t silvery; 'pearls 'and :diaaianuT-':'- and I good'nlari, : to'dip. I the pprtion''of a soft ,
y. k
I -r the : little pincu&hKiu.. aW ill} "old cloth lit sweet oil or soft lard.'then -DEALER IN-

,t r' \ ,\"Chet."adoru wUh jewel em- ""Id whiting and rub the artMe vleUwi-;' ', .Realize this, hence the free
"til! the' black'lba! .
'h ? ),'rLL1lon ,and primroses.! I' ; Furniture
fidlsli with'Whiting; KI office
"g, u .I. ; 4 which. they make of its
:'' ,bY .Dreakfapt Cereal: l... !<'.Never (lnrrha the same sort"pCXCowl > :' > ... use ----
i ': 'tei cheinfs'ts of the agrf- f for a.fricassee.that you wouJJ for I

t. oH! 'di-partmeiat( breakfast. 'ceres" :.,roast &,. The. ttrwcrr. tVaa yeara.nift.half .-I' colums and its increasing
t" fM'l 6uj' adulterated.' TUtlr prioea. '\, Ct-! It\ will tW.muvb leastha11 Funeral SuppliesA
.J ; \ .:are not In.proportion;t*tVjif l the bne'a.ycar'olil.. ''wLkn wineriluf r '. .
'e ,
Some of,those_ which, sell for! "r-; .){:rl'e for'roasitng i'fO.thT-S'. B ---- '-7' .. 't .popularity: as an advertis- SPECIALTY.:
and lowest price are as good as others wmoulr,L: chior' ?orm. benzine 't>r =,.
t"itw.tie l ) \ g' tor three or four tlmeV as m ch.!+ db)' drcik' whfch". evaporates''rab'' be "a ..,;; ', ;r, .
> the need more time for coukWg the D:1i. safely left' In 'bottle-with t rabbetDort. i 1g' medium.- .'J .West Palm Beach, Flat ;m&fjf-

.; 1.' .. OD the packages. ( I rasfe.i 1: .
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