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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: January 26, 1899
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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: UF00075915:00548
 Related Items
Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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rnt/ MU urn,* *M. .: WEST PALM BEACH BADE COUNTY FLORIDA THURSDAY
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of Umatilla's oldest and most highly respected that he found the that he was look '1", T'.
PURELY PERSONAL. LIVELY' LOCAL LINKS: THE COUNTY TIDINGS party HERE AND THERE.;
citizen He was 77 years old at Lug for, transacted his business and managed -

-'=- 1t the time of his death. m -.".-_ to reach home in safety. ... '

People u They Come and Qo-People Dr. J. A. McLeay, who is at the Hotel What the Sun's Men Heard In The A Budget of'Interesting Items From' Judge A. E. Heyser was up at his Ri- Scraps of News" About This and That .

',' You May or May Not Know. Boynton for the season, was a visitor to Lively Local Whirligig. Regular,Correspondents, iera orange grove the first of the week and Different Things. '

: ---+e. -- this: town yesterday.It -..- .., watching the trees grow-and they are +', .,
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'A tape* Of Personal Itami-ViiltorsJn was telephone business that brought A Ktrror of Minor Happenings, AeeU Very Cirtfully Complied sal Confined to thil growing finely. XawsT. Notes and !te.rs cf Interest to .. "

; ;'.; ..UM City, and ClUxeni Visiting M. B, Lyman to this city from his Lan- dents, Coming ,Events, and a Which| |Is of Most UtcrcM to the. Albert Merchant is one person in this Everybody In General and Nobody

Out of the Clty.is tana home yesterday, and his name_will Galaxy of Current qowlp. CliM| | of Dade Comty locality who seems to be making a success ." in Particularj I

.- be found in the list of stockholders. -5! .I ar, ... in raising chickens profitably, and TT e
he not his ducks and '.*
losing
F. H."Cluejt,'of' AJbany) N. Y.. is at County Attorney R. R. Taylor is counsel ,In the absence of the Eclipse down the lime RIVER RIPPLES is either. money on The song of the robin i i. still occasion-

,i.: the Inn for- the aeaoa. for the new telephone company, and Lake Monday morning the mail on the ... guineas ally to be heard in the land, as not quite t
I I Juno-West Palm Beach route was carded Mr. Pollard has been quite sick, but is Capt. U. D. Hendrickson's schooner
'. in business all of them have
Capt.T. M. Rickards, of Boca Ratone, was town yesterday ap been killed yet. ;9
by C.C. Houston in the'''Arthur B." improving in health now. he "Emily B. is up; at the Flakier -- :
for the
E + was a visitor here Monday. pertaining to getting charter .. F
l place arid being used to assist in getting C. M. Houston left for Indian River { ",
company. _____ Architect T. D. Brown has moved into Crate man Baum is here this week,
f r IHIIJ" A. McDonald, of Miami was a vtsi- the Flakier houseboat off of the mud and today to run as pilot on the steamer j ;.
stopping at Wm. Freeman's.
I r tot in this section lat Sunday Maj N. b, Boynton was up from Boyn his new house on Datura Street, next into the water. Spartan, W. 1- Nesbitt, owner.A .
business for door east from Green Lawn cottage. Mrs. Littlefield's sister is here from
ton
!.'. yesterday on telephone ,
W. R. down from Eau An error appeared in our last week's Chinese laundry is starting hereIn E
Hcaley came
uy
will be by the for This is one of the coziest and most attractive Alabama to spend the winter.
as seen application a
Gallic Sunday for A few days on the correspondence where we mentioned a to\\u, which maybe considered- ( I
charter for home places in this town. Oar new depot is finished all bnt the
a telephone company.blsDame .
mall
Lake. t gathering at Geo. A. Gale's a week other sign of our increasing prosperity.
heads the list of stockholders.' Mayor Whilldin has had the lots in painting and that will soon be don ago last Friday night! -it should have --

3ohiltiowa'Hypoluzo'swef known front of the Seminole and Palms cleared Miss Ivy Cromartie, of Lemon 'City read at J. H. Dick's instead'. The launch Therella ha become a
Mr and Mrs. J. K. Martin, of Atlanta
ftrodncer of large crops was in townTuesday. I way down to the water's edge and has was up visiting friends in this section popular excursion yacht on* the Lake. t
The assisted
are late arrivals at the Paints Mr. Martin last week. dredge Chester by the See the card in THE Sus this'week:giving .
in besides
'. I is of the well known firm of Martin set the ground out grass sowing steamer Denny is at work up in thtn canal her schedule.G. .
t. daily '
seed it that will show later. Mr. Gillette is having packinghouse
on a
-.4 jt .\w.Potter, of banana fame from & Hoyt book publishers whose head new trying to make it again navigable

Hypolttxo. was in town on business last quarters for southern business Is in that I II Mrs. Barman is now the possessor of a built on his plantation just north and may succeed in doing so in the G. Howard, who was local express
city I of the r ver. of another week agefct here l last summer has been appointed j ,,
..Friday. handsome wheel which *he received this '. course or two. ,

P, H- Loud-and Graham- W. King, I'. week and soon he will be numbered in Mr. Scoler, of Snake Creek, assisted Quite a party went d own 'from. .here as agent of the Southern Express !

:JL:)!. Flagler and party wereat the secretary and vice president respectively the list of expert wheelwqaen, of which his neighbor Ed. Cook in spending last again Sunday night to hear the preachingat Co, in the Royal Poinciana: for the sea-

flagler Cottage over on, the..East Side of the newly organized Florida East this town can boast a godly ra mb r. Sunday here. 'e- the Congregational Church in, town On. It

v:the ftntflTthe" a ck: Coast. Telephone,Co., were In town Wed A new shop opened- up for Ed. Cook 'is down from: Snake Creek I and this time, heard what they went to W. S. Clow's sloop yacht "Gadabout"has

:Copt, !'rlal W Hail and wife were nesday on important business connected business in G aurMeau' ( Undpn for a few days' visit with his brother and hear and were well satisfied with what been taken out of its summer qiur-

Lake Worth vUUor* 'ia town the latter. with their enterprise. Banyan Street. H. S. Meador is the other friends here. they heard. ers; and is being made ready for the

i- ','part, 'of fut'&k sad yesterday.n. E. R. Bradley and wife arrived Tues new proprietor while Geaarideau crosses A party of ladies and gentleman went A lawn party was held at the residenceof H.water Richardson.under-tne supervision of Com. H.

n. Joe L. Barman arrived Saturday day from St. Augustine where Mr. Brad. the Lake to assist James Stowe in his from here out king fishing last Saturdayand II. Sanders last Friday night with &

:. from Jacksonville, and will be a guest att' ley has been for several days. They East Side shop.'OGhr1r'tha. succeeded in catching fourteen. quite a number of young people in at. Alligator Joe was successful in capturing -

: JUrrnan House for the aea>mn. will have rooms for the season at "The ;Jiies In the breeze 4 Clarence a Cook left Tuesday with his tendance including Misses' Ferna Wilson, a nine-foot crocodile Monday;much .

.. -- Oleanders," only a short distance northof over-onr- public school' is getting in a. brother $d.fQr the latter's place at Snake ; Bessie Thotnason, Guss'e Moffatt' and ta the gratification of a party of tourists, }
Fan-
Mrs. A.B. Atvdl awl daughter I Messrs Emile Anthony, C. H. Hill, Wilbur whom' he had taken along to see him
from the Beach Club rooms. rather dilapidated'condition so now u Creek, wher| Clarence will spend a few
Bit were visitors to Qypploxo days.' Yarborough, Marvin Pope, Oscar capture oue of the monsters;
ito Saturday o4 last wetk.lQedatui '., Po8tm ter J. $. Warner, of Miami about the right time for some public
thinks a telephone would be an 'improvement spirited citizen to present the school Presiding Elder Ful wood, of the M. E. Cheatham and Sam Waddell from' Rest .\ scratch rue between a couple East #

: l. H. Hill 'and'Will. Whtd- on the mail service, KJ be with a new flag. Church: (South) preaches in the M. E. Palm Beach Miss May Russell from Side' sloops was pulled! off Monday afternoon -

den retarned last Friday morning from around Church at Lemon City Wednesday and near town, Mi:;:; Flo Reduce and Messrs but to find out which was the winner
with friend down came up yesterday and was busy : Mew Florida crows having shown up Harry Redifer and Joe Empie from Lake
viait of a day or two -- Thursday nights. you will have to ask Capt. Tony Ca-
town all dav seeing about it-See his
I ground( << last Whilldin
town
week
at Dtlrmr. T Mayor has made Worth, Misses Hattie Merchant, Ruth nova, as that information was not fur
the directors The damp weather lately
name among put hu shotgun exterminator u( work Rickards, Rose Sanders and f'ssrs1- nished us. .
arrived from the North fogs quite prevalent in the mornings,but _-
Roberta
A. W. W. T. )!auldin, Montana's representative and extinguished .the crows that had bert Merchant and Alex S. Rouleyfrow
Saturday last for his accustomed winter again commenced to disturb the serenity they never last long for our Florida sun Assistant route Welch of the
at The Palms, is one of the most indefatigable this vicinity with Mrs. L A. Willsoo agent

'sojourn on the Lake, and is a guest over I fishermen on the Lake. He of our generally placid town. won't let them. from West Palm Beach as chiperone and Southern Express Company was down

at the Ins.Daughter. !fishes generally from the city wharf or There is some-talk-of a stock company Sears & Cortwright are busy putting the hoot, Mr. H. Sanders, AS master of the line this week, establishing forwarding .

number two was born to from the bridge, andjcatches fish nearly being formed for the purpose of i; building themselves up a new packing house this ceremonies ne lawuas lighted by offices at Hobe Sound and at Tulf ord,

Mr. and Mrs C. C. 1I0astoD'SUDda, every time he goes after them. II a good loo-room hotel here in town as week They expect to begin shippingin lautern of the Chinese and other styles O. W. King laving stalled as agent at
a couple of weeks. the latter _
point
and and in
dancnu indulged
Bight the mother and little Miss .are County Commissioner W. Hushing such a caravansary is much needed. games Here '
'I! John Gramling is clerking in Snell & out in the open air nil the rain I.ameIi': The rosettes are beginning to show
'Dotb doing ",el1. and Capt. G. W. Herring, of Neptune, The talk may materialise for we know off oa
were passengers on Sunday night's train 10,000 being promised alruad)'. Co.1 store in Mr. Rutherford's place which was a tale after eleven oclock, the pineapple plants quite rapidly: now,

A. W. Garnett, member of the County ---- the latter gentleman having resigned hiposition when the part) adjourned to the porchani owing to the warm moist weather we
v School Board'from this district and his south bound to Key West Monday At the regular meeting of the I. O., O. to take up vegetable growing refre-.hatut5 were served after have been having lately. Tbe'prosp\
night Wm.: Lamb of the place wasa
wife were visitors in town from Hypo-. same F. Monday tight it is reported that two I The Alpha Clnb, a society of ladies I which a few imiovr j ames were played now are goal for the banuerl crop.of ..+
the
to objective point
passenger same of our citizens took their "
prominent
| lam last Thursday. .- I here formed for social literary and benevolent I and some -*>n >s were sung acid then the pines tor this section.C. ''i-
Will. H. Moore from iniatory degree and that whtn the goat .--
Capt. was up holds its dispersed tully satisfied ili.lt they
| J.,;.M., Woodruff and wife of Salem, last and didn't shook his horns at them the preacherwas purposes, regularnieetirgs part Gar*!in Gllmaine, well known to
Hypolnxo Thursday .
in bad had a plcdsa.il tuae.jlPSTEK
I Ohio liked it so well here last winter the Erst Tuesday every the people 01 this vicinity: has
scared worse than the ptdier. : opened a
*, bring las wife or say for what he hail Church. ,. _
back and located at month at the Episcopal -- -
that they are again dramatic i tudio -n the Everett Home atJacksonville.
come but possibly it was to act as cha-
Vaccinatidn base bees
The Palms (or the season.iiiptfting came seems to lately Messrs. Burr, Latimer and Peters returned JOTIsMIS. Mr. Gilnuiae was very
for Mrs. H. D. Pierce who
perone In other and to have caused
it appears a last week trout their
home safely successful J last with home
Jramoltic-
Aft.r bens and year
bit property with him. both returned that
.. in order C, up game evening. They great deal of regret anti some oneliness: trip to Palm Beach, in the interest of the Some men go fishing: and catch &A performances m the State's metropolis.The .
and
having repaired put .
morning forhU amongst our society young ladies as the I I vegetable growers and report some prospects while others j.st j go & !hnj.:

O. Livingston left Tuesday Paul Lond, Jr., is one of the pmgressive society young men were all obliged to of lower rates, though nothing definite Some folks are doing: mote and some Messrs. Bradley! have erected a
borne in Jacksonville at home till their had healed. powerful starc'i light on the Lake front
honor and Stay arms
Kind ofm.cn that are an .
was promised.Frank doing leN arouud herr, but al! are doing
C A. Stone of the Riviera Hotel, and a benefit to any community, and, as,Mr. Who will put up some two, three and Cortwright and wife and :Miss I something. on the club grtu.vis.! and Lave put ia

11IIra. Co A', Stone of the Palm Beach i Loud Jr lives in this county you will four room cottages in town to rent to Katie Sears spent last Friday in Miami, Some families have a cow, some chickens other the handsome! Belgian iron gas lights

Cottage over on the East Side, were visitor find his name attached tQ the application tourists and others in either furnished or looking at the steamships steamboats aud some a dog, while some; fatal- on deal premises. They are doing great
to and m..ke
to town last Saturday. for a charter for the telephone com unfurnished condition? Such buildings steam cars and other steaming things Ins have all of them, and a cat besdc Side beautify front.Manager attractive theEast

Rev, J. R.Walker left yesterday morn.fc pany AS one of the applicants tQ rent from |io to f 20 a month are in that esteemed metropolis and inci- Some men run the li hthoa'-e, some __

Ing tar Stuart upon the St. tocie to psr- J. Woodruff one of the guests at needed ,.e have heard several inquiries dently doing some shopping. men tun the weather, 1\bile! some men Frtd Si rry has had the bit{

form the marriage'ceremon7 for. Gto.a The Palms, took a top over to the fresh for such this week. Telegraph operator Wallace and Mi's' run nothing at all, for their wives do a,l Uoase-boat furntcrlyvc.'upel; by Capt. I:.

McPherson and Miss Blizzard. water lake Tuesday, and brought..homea Services at the Union onireg&UouaiChurch. Georgia Cpnolly;, of Lemon City, were ,, the running T. Rose, now the property of Air. Flag.

1 and Volfe. of St. Aogusin string of big-mouthed black bass that I West Palm Beach, Sunday married last week Wednesday night, inu j|i is>nie folks here are ttytu to rais:> to. ler, anchored l at the Inlet where a chef

Geo. C. Howe the first night: that fully' satisfied his piscatorial morning and evening, at 11 A, M. and 7 mediately after the arrival of the train j I i niatoes and some are trying to raise pineapples will be constau'.iy oa hand to prepare
Hibiscus
*i *, were over at the of thegiotels proclivities. He says he can do it every P M. Preaching by the Pastor S. v'l from the North, their license only hating I while others eresiaply trying to and serve luuch.::;. cook iL>h. clams an.i 1

'jot, .tfce week. The Hibiscus is one time he goes over there audbe, is going Paine Sabbath bchool at 10 A. M. I just arrived on that train. raise large f aculit:>I. other products of the tetnuug; waters cf

Ja Mr.lIowe'lIystemtbisseason. ever again soon. Christian Endeavor at 6:25 P. M. Prayer -_._ Some people here think King and that vicinity. t

a recovered from meeting next Wednesday evening at 7 WUGOSJ.IUTElmGS.. rckner, the telegraph men, are about We note from the i
C. H. Miller, having J. H. Howard. of :Howard's Landing, I Jacksonville:: papers
P. M. .All are cordially invited.At the others prefer the railroad men, t
iris; Indisposition finished his visit to his on the Ocklawaha River was across the i' thing, that the genial:; whole-sodled Charlie
and wile in this city ( Allie Merchant put the Cragin launchin while atill others would be suited '" nh I Davis, who has for i
-parents, H. Miller Lake Sunday and a guest of the Barman the East Side Church of Bethesda- a number of years j

,and left Saturday to resume hisduties in Hicse in this city Monday. He was by.the-Sea next Sunday Rev. L. F. Hin- the water Tuesday in perfect running moat any old thing. held the position of general agent for

Miami' for small steamer order. I Some people here take THE SUN to the Mallory Line, with I
__ down here looking a or dry will be ordained into the priesthood, headquarters atJacksonville
good-sited launch: to buy and take up Some of us have duck s to eat occasion. I learn something; some think they know has teen appointed to a I
ordination be celebrated
I.-4 Ohio, a the: to by Bishop I
Columbus
\W. A. .Snider of ,Lake, arrived with him to run on the nver where he W. C. Gray of this diocese, assisted by ally, so don't have to confine ourselves toa it all, and don't take any paper, while similar position with the Indian River |
the
renlar winter visitor on accepted the position already has one now running. v'u"_.'-_"_ pfommeo t c 1 ergymen. S ervtce strictly fish diet. I! Captain. Carlm says' he is svill'ng.. to ad. and Bay Biscayne Navigation Co., with !
last week and has Rev. J. A. Walker was visiting friends mil ne himself is nOl too ofd 10 .earn, headquarters at Titusville. 4 -
will begin at ii: a. m boats'leate city
Seminole for the C.LMyers and "wife of Elizabeth ; i
of clerk at the I and in this and the Riviera even if he does know a thag or so. \ t
easgla.NicholuM.. .vi.. ,t.. are guests at-. The--- Pains, ---- ,fur- a few wharf at 10:40 and the Royal Poinciana parishioners t'asco, 'roUy\n" and Call, in the or.
days. Mr. Myers is agent of the Pennsylvania wharf, at 10:45 a, m. for the church. neighborhoods Monday. i j Some of our planters will make moneyoff der named, will wrestle,i h the legislature t

:: Smith,a prominent bank-I R. R., and bas been with that The. Cory house, boat was taken from Capt C. E. Merchant took a trip in of their tomatoes this wirne-, -ome of for the senatorial yarn, then Sparkmaa -

Md. who was a their his launch Stella down to the foot of the Uem will make off of their pineapplesnext will take a sby at it
ad Baltimore, road for thirty years, and it is at the city wharf over to the Royal Poiuci-- but finally
here last winter U bere again to be a i request he has taken a vacation and ana Pharmacy dock last week for reiur. (Lake the fore part of the week. summer, wh.ls some of them will along! will come johu Henderson, knock

for as many of the I his health. lIe is on the pines in make off of both, and present prospectsnow ing "Tollyver" and Stephen M
cue* at The Palms j jcomiag '!|. came to this country for nishing and provisioning and Sunday it Fertilizer being put out
that all of w't'.l: make
his cs something
weeks u he can spare Jfrom :'is'.also agent of the Union Line, Empire was taken,down the L.aVein tow of the this neighborhood so as to assist the are later. of the way only I to expend his strength

: busiDelo5. i iI i i Line.ohcbor Line, Great Southern Despatch steamer Eclipse. The latter boat return. eather in making fine large fruit sooner or against the awful slyness of your uncle!
'' folks think we ought to have a Samuel and the
Some sticktoitiveness
of the public and Atlantic Coast Dispatchallfast ed Monday about noon and reported Emile Anthony was seen wandering' of the
Co Hmis, principal hotel here w hle! others think a little ancient Wi kinson Then
big fellow
J 'Friday freight lines-and for the LehighI having managed to get the houseboat around among the forty acres of pines at citizens :
returned
jchoolaoTthis place,he has been in at1 1 I 1 I Valley R. R. and the PennsylvaniaSouthern through the, mud at the mouth of the I the Lake Worth Fruit Co's plantationMonday boarding house \\il! do; but the fact swearing he'll ne'er consent, but
Umatilla, where the matter i that both of \I.emould: consenting, wily William
from Line. He went to Miami first looking for some- ol will wink
father canal Sunday night and left it down by apparently
tcl1daucc at the bedside of,his up back here, and now both if run right, for this is very attractive wickedly aad-Fred Myer \\1It.s&ume!
occurredii but came up the cabbage patch and then stuck in the body and at the same time being ke"tUDder pay
time of his death which himself and wife are so delighted with I'( in place for tourists, as all of those bl) the duties of governor. Hear me 1
the charge now
men
mud surveilance by
on its own back and did not
week. Mr. Harris' father was a this locality that they very much regret way have: slopped here! ; bi;*' ; ate..lj.C2 ; l :orid.t Journal. i
here is so limited. through till Monday of the plantation. Later; reports we !1
h Carplinan bl blrth. but was one their time to stay get m rniiJg. t ))1 ) .

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Ii 4i [ MAKING PLAIN THE WAY. IKADING BUSINESS FIRMS "Ik
Mathushek PianosAre
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Woitfcj f Couldcrati. by WfeMfci ,
I i .. Whose, Cards.Appear In this Paper Hanos With a Name.__ -

\ Pianos That Have A
I That you may be In the right and on Classified Alphabetically. Reputation THE ALL 'ROUND
It the side of safety here are nine rulesof second to none. They are the

the road you should memorise and kind that: have stood the test of

Ix then rigidly adhere to : BANKING: time an.!; have satisfied the most -PHOTOGRAPHER.
Dade
,y. 1. In meeting riders pedestrians and County State Bank
critical magicians in
West Palm BeachBARBERS
,, every way.
\ ." vehicles keep to the right In overtaking '
L. and passing them keep to the sit They Are Not Has come to stay in West P&ba.
I 1If-:
left. : old style pianos that have been
RECORD'TO' BE LOWERED. 2. In taming corners to the left always Wm Schandt, West Palm BeachD Bracb, and is DOW fully prepared to
rented for and then offered
,. keep to the outside of the street. M Geanridean West Palm Beach years > ..
do work'to his
"" M_ TayUf Think Ire Can Beat OM 3. In turning corners to the right. Milo Cooper, West Palm BeachBICYCLES as "gr at bargains," nor are gratify patron r. i

r;k.' awe la 1m.33a keep as far aa possible without trespassing ... -. : they "cheap, low-grade"pianos .. .
1 f'
on the left side of the road. "
' made to sell "at half
; With his wonderful mile In 1m 82s I : price.
4. Never to get I
pedestrians
' Major Taylor ii net content ,I expect Gco S Adams West Palm Beach
out of find around Every Piano Is New
a
"Majab's record ride la the subJect your way; way W R Mitchell West Palm Beach ,

', t:j of an cycling talk and the colored, them.5. Never ride rapidly by an electric '.' and every part Is made in the Studio, -op.; Masonic I Blest
I
boy U deluged with telegrams congratulating ; Mathushek Factory,
unload ,,
car standing to
passengers. BOTTLING -
i' him In no unmeasured WORKS: ; which is a that it will WEST PALM BEACH.
I 6. Never coast down a bill having C Castellano. MiamiBUILDING guarantee
'L' terms upon having lowered the record -
i streets along the last a lifetime.
cross way.
t' of the world so easily, when others 'I'
cade such aa effort to gain the coveted i iI' 7. Never ring your bell except to give SUPPLIES Why Take Chanceson
notice of your approach. : WUI Opea January 16, 1899.
I
figures. K. In meeting other riders ascendinga Chas Welsh aDS, Jacksonville cheap pianos when the Old
Back b 96 Hamilton took a pacing bill, where there Is but one path Geo Hacker & Son. Charleston, S C. and Reliable Mathnshek he THE
.- always! yield the right of way to the -N. ... *
,t. after four trials did 1m 39 1-Cs, which bought at prices and terms to

"f' ',- stood against repeated assaults for 11f" uprldors. CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS suit you? There'are more than pleasant and convenient hotel just
: 9. Bear In mind that a rider meet-
: Franklin Sheen West Palm BeachDENTISTS built
months. Klser made 10 unsuccessful and newly furnished located
: oathe
: Ing an electric car carrying a strong 15,000 Matbnshek Pianos in A....
attempts to lower the mark on the; C.- ocean beach in the town of Boynton .,
: headlight is unable to see beyond the the South.MYou Should Have foot of Lake '
which Worth
{ same track, with a pacing team i I : twelve milts vulb'
bad been organized and trained an light; keep out of his way. D A ThomasoB, West Palm Beach One." of Palm Beach. Can be reached by F.

",." entire winter. Bucking a 8.o4.w'.4. J f A Pugh, West Palm BeachL Genuine Mathnshek Pianosare E. C. R. R. or by hunch tall boat or

In the fall of 93 Johnnie Johnson, T Daniel Cocoa only sold by steamer.A .
whole secret of successtuUyflght-
who bad lowered the mile record more The quiet place with pleasant surround-
(, times than any other rider made ten Ing the wind Is to ride your weight 'St LUDDEN & BATES S. M H. togs for parties who wish to remaU for

r' attempts and could not beat 1m 40s, Even with a light rider progress will DRUGGISTS: Fred Kahn Manager. a period to enjoy the healthful climateof
which was Kaiser's lowest mark. then be made at a certain rate of speed E H Dimick, West Palm Beach The 29 East Southern .Florida away from the.
St.
wind. But male and female Bay Jacksonville Fla.
the
It was McDuffee that clipped a sec through ... hurly-burly: of large fashionable hotels. ;

__ Cad off Hamilton in the summer off ramrod-like riders alike position must needs if they abandonthe would DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING: No formality, no stiffness, everything w '.,
pleasant and sociable. '
I
Thomason & Brown, West Palm Beach
r i. battle with Boreas In real earnest It Mrs J Frank West Palm Beach Subscribe for the Sun. I Good large, pleasant rooms, and j
[ Is necessary to get down with as flat Carl Schrebnick West Palm Beach homelike table service can be obtained
I
t-;;... e a back as poaslble over the handle- Dave Singer,Jacksonville for f.2.oo per day and upwards. Special
"' bar, thus reducing the area offered ta rates by the month.

[ + wind resistance by more than one- -.' Call or address for further particulars,
lt half and then allow the weight of the FERTILIZERS: Geo. S. Hacker & Son .
!'< .
TUB
body to drive the machine without us- Wm A Bours & Co, Jacksonville BOYNTON, Boynton, Fla. -

r.r ing more muscular leer or arm force Little Bros "

-: than can be helped. There should ho 'u

f.. no pull on the handle-bars, or at leastno Sun. a
more than can be avoided. Mount- FIRE INSURANCE &REAL ESTATE:

Ing stairs slowly, combined with proper Brelsford Bros Palm Beach OYSTERS
.
J
ancle action of course more nearly Wallace R Moses, West Palm Beach 1

" conveys the idea, and if any new rider ... 1w

will put this device into practice, ha FISH DEALERS:

\1 1i or she will find that wind win lose Reynolds & Hull West Palm BeachS 1 ".In All Styles and'At

i / much of Its terror. This should be B Miller & Co, New York All Hours.SpecUnMeab .
taught In the riding school but It Isa't Cheseboro Bros New York iI"

Caleb Haley & Co New York
... .. .
Hint for t'k.NmemWheft ... .y.MANUFACTURERS
-- -- 5 -
... looking for an evaslv squeak. 1

or the a bearings noise even will worse sometimes an inspection show that of Geo H l\IaltL"FURNITURE..<.,t PJju:Beach Chance, to do Your OF

D or Sappers '
ECooper Mfg Co. Jacksonville Oyster
j In replacing tne balls after cleaning,
too many hare been put In one cup. ... Doors, Sash, Prepared oa Order.

This causes overcrowding which win
GENERAL MERCHANDISE:
not only cause the noise but make the U D Hendrickson. Lake Worth Blinds, MouldingsAND
Br/sbone's
wheel ran harder and eventually wear --...-_i. RestaurantOpp
out the cones and cups.

M170B TAT LOB. HARDWARE: Material .
Ao Expert1 View. M E Gruber, West Palm Beach Building ,
Council G
Hall. WEST Pun Baas
1897 only to lose the record to Betts ot
two archaeologists gazed at the .
The CHARLESTON S C.t1I1"
England five days later. Betts did of bones which they had ex .
1m 37 8-S s. This was Aug. 19, and heap HOTELS: South.
Largest Factory
? Sept 8 Stocks of England cut Betts' humed. Green Lawn Cottage, West Palm Beach W R. MITCHELL,
must hive been an ancient
'This Send for Prices. ,
V figures and did 1m 35 25z. Palm Beach Cottage Palm Beach

f., Oct 28 of 1897 McDuffee tied the burying"More like ground a bicycle said ridingacademy one. The Boynton Boynton o Shoe Repairing Neatly Done, Harness

figures of Stocks In this country and Seminole Hotel West Palm Beach

f May 9 of 1808 Betts did 1m 35s even. replied the other. The Palms, West Palm Beach :11, IF YOU WANTFIRSTCLASS Sewed and Repaired.

'; \ In an unofficial trial, after a 12-mlla the BleyeU Fae. The Earman House, West Palm Beach TONSORIAL WORK. Out-of-town customers will receive :

training spin. McDuffee did 1m 34 2-3s Johnny-Papa what Is a bicycle The Travelers, JacksonvilleMiami promt attention. Shop on Olive Street, '
June 30 at Charles River, and then, ou face? Hotel, Miami Always Go To- next door north of TKOPJCU SUM Build r'""" I

1 Aug. 8. at Willow Grove parkEdouard Papa-The bicycle face my son, Is Al Fresco, Jensen D. M. GEAURIDEAU. ing.. SolS r "yW

T ay lore of France easily carried the the one that stands off the butcher, -- 4StJEWELERS The Old Reliable. i

figures down to 1m 32 3-5s. the supposed the grocer and the landlord till the : -.v-.r-, .... Shop on Banyan Street, West palm Beach. I
limit of man's speed. wheel is paid for Beach.Anthony JUST
i Idner& Son West Palm OPHJiHD j
With less than two weeks ,
preparing I
Bros, West Palm Beach;
his team and In his second trial (ho A Falllnc Out
I R. J. Riles Jacksonville: '. A. REYNOLDS. W. N. H01L.
i did 1m 33 3-88 In the first), Taylor did She was much In love with her bicycle Greealeaf! & Crosby, Jacksonville itB Saii lawidry

1m 32s and now says that he is golug And seemed to dwell In clover. .
to do 1m 30s before be quits. But now she's cold as an Icicle, .1'LAUNDRY

f Moreover Taylor says that 1m 80s Is Because It "threw her over." : LAURA E. Buns, Propr.

!' not only possible but that 1m 20s la .. White Swan, West Palm Beach REYNOLDS & HULL
Foobll work
A Helmet for PUy r
; possible, providing the pace may be .55LAWYERS First-class Laundry work guaranteed
helmet for football
A players
new
secured, which It cannot at least no
has been placed upon the market and : Clothes Mended Safely Cared for Col.
such as 20s to the quarter on a
1- pace :
W I West .
Metcalf. Palm Beach
,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
circular track smaller than a half cans Is pronounced complete by experts. lected and Promptly Delivered.
Robbins &
r Hitherto players have had their ears Graham, Miami
: be secured although Taylor easily did Frauk W Orders or Work left at Geaurideau's
Pope JacksonvilleAlex
protected by leather muffs padded with
r 22 2-5s at Woodslde's third-mile track St Clatr-Abrams,Jacksonville Barber Shops at Palm Beach or West
and says one quarter In 20s Is possible, felt held in place by leather straps SHIPPERS AND DEALERS IN
which have fitted over the top of the 5.._ Palm Beach will Receive Prompt Atten
No other record breaker has eVt'rbeen
head. While It was Impossible to in tion.
U successful as this colored man MEATS: _
? in attacks on old Father Time. In jure the ears or temples the head Geo S Adams, West Palm Beach
;
at
1). all but one his attempts have been successful could be kicked, and In some instanceslast Will Whidden.It It POMPANO Laundry

beycod his fondest expecta year men were severely hurt U Cs. Cor. Clematis '
Ara. & Rosa St.
this fhe however
a tions. With the exception of his mile way. new helmet aq
completely protects the head and ears MEN'S FURNISHERS:
bis
record cuts were so stupendous as
The of it is made of Anthony Bros West Palm Beach PRICES
crown tough sole UABOtfABUE.
to startle the world, and even the fifth
leather, filled with air holes and lined -... ._ SPANISH MACKEREL
off the'mUe cuts as much Ice as seconds -
with soft felt It has stout earlap of The Sun Comfortably Furnished Rooms to Let.
--" .as It gives to him the coveted MILLINERY: Tropical

record. I Mrs F L Moffatt, West Palm Beach

Taylor's speed may never be rightfully ., ... and BLUE FISH.
computed u he has never been MUSIC HOUSE: YouBuy'Em "-" I Serve 'Em! "

shaken and has proven himself the OYSTERS Cooked u like them,
Ludden & Bates'S M H, Jacksonville you while
greatest of masters at following pace. you wait Served All Stylet,and at all houri.
... between 6 a. m.and 11 p.m.
Cal Take No Action. 0 WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. Refreshment. Cold: Drink and Cigar
NOTARIES
A letter from England to a prominent W R Moses, Wet Palm PUBLIC Beach: Job Department WILL HELTOI'S 2EST1UH1IT,

a 0, newspaper writer In America bears Guy I Metcalf West Palm Beach BOX 187. H-M1 Olive Street West Palm Beach
|Jf the Intelligence thAt Henry Sturmey,
n secretary of the International Cyclists inNURSERY ....

association, to whom President Eddie STOCK: OEMINOLE BARBER SHOP. To Rent by the Hour or I>av.- .
g Bald appealed on behalf of the American John B Beach, West Palm BeachJ A7Wm.

.t = Cycle Racers' Union for recognl H Wylie Interlachen Schaudt Proprietor. OfOtY SEW BICYCLES I Ifl TOWfl.

Lion states that the I. C. A. can take ... Prints Letter Heads ( Formerly at Hotel Royal Poindana
Next Door North of Tropical Sun Block.W. .
action whatever in this .
absolutely no
\t PHOTOGRAPHER:
Only White Barber in the Town.
t matter. Ibis will effectively prevent I J B O'Donojchue. West Palm Beach Note Heads R. MITCHELL

,. the projected tour of Bald, Cooper, ... West Palm Reach. Florida. Proprietor.
F Gardiner Klmble Riser and others. StatementsBusiness
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS: ,

;i "Bike Eleotrl Treatment II R B C Potter Ilood West" Palm" Beach.. Cards .00................................................0.
The cyclist can cow take a course 1)1 ,

electric treatment on his machine. A EWPugh 'SPINEAPPLE Bill Heads fGRZUN i R1Y'V I

new handle bar has been brought ont ... ,

which has metallic! grips connected I PLANTS: And all kinds of Flee Stationery s
with a small generator mounted on one FLOUR GRITS MEAL COTTON SEED MEAL ANDg BiLK!!:' tt'l fOOTBALL FLiTIfcl G C Matthams, West Palm BeachRESTAURANTS
I
of the wheels. In another form of the POULTY SUPPLIES. ALSO ..
leather with holes in them so that thewearer ..' o NEW.. J.[
same device shoes are provided with can hear the signals, and a
contact plates: It the force of thE I strong elastic band, which buckles : Are You upplied ? 'Z : GARDEN SEEDARRIVING j
J Brisbone West Palm Beach :
current depends upon the speed the I under the chin and keeps the new heal
wheels are rotating this may be a gear firmly In place. It Is believed that Will Melton, West Palm Beach .J

satisfactory device to discourage the helmet will be generally worn by SS' FRESH ALL THE TIME. :

scorching. members of all the big teams. RETAIL GROCERS: Give us a Trial Order :. LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH. WRITE for QUOTATIONS. ?

Fined the Policeman. Another new-tanged device is a pneumatic L W Burkhardt, West Palm BeachJ .
Ice, guard called by football play- F Oliver West Palm BeachJ
A London policeman recently stopped | B.
JAMES BOURS
a woman cyclist! for riding with ers a "Cholly horse." It l is made of D Maihis West Palm Beach Jaciraille FI8PiQa.i .
I canvas-covered rubber, and Is Inflated Glen G. Strohm. West Palm Beach ,
fined and her
She
nut a light.obtained was a summons, for assault solicitor : like a football, its shape being oblong --- ...i..................e...0.........

against the policeman. The latter and flat, possibly a half-Inch thick. It SEEDS: And We Will 000000000000000jc,1
is inside
the
placed trousers the
on
was fined for assault, therefore, the Wm A Pours & Co, Jacksonville
front of the thigh, and la intended to
precedent has been set up that it Is an James B Bouts Jacksonville ATTEXTIUN MERCHANTS!
prevent sprains.Kicking
assault to forcibly stop a cyclist --...- _
whether transgressing the law or not
a Goal SHOE REPAIRING:
THE MIAMI
BOTTLING
Tro.eII, la I:,,.&. In making a goal for a placed kick, W R Mitchell, West Palm Beach Please You. WORKS

Women cyclists find progress difficult the man who poises the ball for the ... ..
I Is prepared to deliver, ESFKEBS: PREPAID to all
In the streets of Cairo, unless kicker usually holds one end of the STEAMBOATS AND MACHINERY responsible parties

they are preceded on foot by a drago t'I oval directly over a little hole In tb Mernll-Stevens Engineering Co : BOTTLED SODA POP GINGER
ALE
etc.
man who clears a way by the aid ota I turf made by the heel of the shoe and Jacksonville ,

very serviceable stick which is used. when the kicker ft ready the end of .,. Patr ai|< of Bade C aaty llercfcaau SolifktJ .ad Stisfictl Giuuttts.-
freely and indiscriminately on the obstructing the ball Is put down just as the too -

donkeys, dogs and children. of the kicker gets under It. Several TAILORING: -, C. CASTELLANO.. .Prop. MIAMI }'L!.
players however, follow aa old habit Abe Safranek & Son, West Palm Beach 11-24-\f

1 A BlejelUl'i Plaint. of placing the end of the ball In the --..-

: Of the troubles which rise our e&far- pain )t the hand laid flat on the TRANSPORTATION LINES; --. ::; c-

ante to test I turf and allowing the kicker to drive W H Sanders West Palm Beach NOW 13 THE TIME

The wandering wind's not the least It off juat as It It rested in a hole. IB Ocean S S Co, Jacksonville

for It's blowing from east when you're this way the ball is steadied better and F E C Ry, Jacksonville i To Plant Citrus and other Fruit Trees Before making your order

west does not lose its poise. There is so little .,. ,
traveling I write for prices to the Interlachen Nurseries.
And from west when you're travel 'difference between these methods that WHOLESALE Catalogue fre*.
cannot see which Is in use GROCERS: i
Ing east. opponents Pope & McLaurin'Jacksonville I Address j. Wt WYLIE Interlaohen Ha.




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THE TROPICAL' SUN, WEST PALM? BEACB- ;;FLORIDAT URSDAY,JANUARY 26, 1899. 3 .
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WOMAN'S WORLD starring girl could take larger premise from u. Go to the theater or opera If FURNITURE.Household ,

and today she ia herself an employer of yon like, for even bonnets are no longer I TIV'Advertisers

over 200 women.-Exchange. de rigneur, and you will observe, that '.. Sewing Maenlnes,
ONE OF,RICHMOND'S MANY BEAUTIFUL the rule of headdressing "goas you The Best Machine Made, LtgttfRunnlugand -

/0 DAUGHTERS. A Holder For the Handkerchief. please." Three horizontally fixed rear :...' \!, Nolselesa r

It has long been a question with women puffs is still a good way for doing the --; .' '-
it.gal'i. Good Queen-A Boiler and a matter of anxiety just what hair for the street though the majorityof '. Sole Agent for tbe famous Wall Trunk. Mat

m For the Haadkerehlef Martha to do with their pocket handkerchiefs women prefer to roll up the lengthof .. H trewea made to oner.; A Complete -
nowadays. Even the new woman must ',' line of
Waabtagtoa !. Camp.-Some Little their tresses in a heavy long lump .
... ..-Smart Ualrdreiilaff. have a handkerchief, but the new Woo and fasten that as low as possible on KU'R.lSriTUR.Eof
man's gown is fashioned with but little the neck. With women this bag
some all descriptions at Rock Bottom Prices both it
A traveler who baa canvassed the regard for the safe of this
keeping
very of hair lies even out on the shoulders, Wholesale and Retail. Baby Carriages from $0
country says that the most beautiful necessary article of apparel. and with a long, short toothed comb up to f 20. Go Carts, Refrigerators Ice Chests,
women in the United States are to be The tight fitting skirt permits of no that crosses the base of the head behind Etc. t

found in Richmond. "Farther north," old time bulging and handy pockets. the ears everything is somehow made --

according to this authority. "they an Such an introduction into the sheath- fast. These combs are' nothing more We have a consignment of Oak Pinera and ,
like fit of the fashionable skirt wouldbe Reed Rockers that will be sold very luw. We
than the old round combs
pompadour
too Ikut farther south they are too
; handle tbe Famous Cleveland and Rambler '::,
something entirely unheard of and
put to a new use. One drawback to this '
crmwny. unallowable, and yet so far no one headdress, is thatit BlcrcrEs. -
I as adopted by day, l
Unqualified assertion are rarely
seems to have contrived a substitute for can rarely be kept tidy.. It ia ludicrous Especial attention given to our Man Orders
worthy of acceptance but while beauty the necessary square of linen which with the new hats, and the natural We Gurantee Satisfaction both in pooods and

IB confined to no particular latitude the must be carried by rich and poor alike. I hair grease rubs off on the shoulders of fricea. Call on ns, or send in your order totS

capital of the Old Dominion has un- Some maidens contracted the habit of the gown. Who Use the aDd 17 Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
doubtedly fnrniahed her full quota to tucking the dainty, flimsy lace trim- ONLY i6.00

the list of America's fair women. Set- med trifle up the sleeve, but this to The Queen and the Mllkfroman. 4.21 D. E. COOPER MTg Co.

tled u the state was by English aristocracy many savored too muchof the"heathen The queen of Belgium is known. be
Chinee." Then it became the fad to devoted to animals, and the following I
and nurtured and rTj4O1VIAS011
delicately protected tuck it into the purse, but this, too, was episode illustrates that fact; One burning i
from the weighing effects of soon abandoned, as it proved ruinous to hot day last summer a dog was New Store New Goods Rack Bottom Prices I .

household drudgery as the daughters .any handsome pocketbook. drawing[ a milk cart containing a peas- Columns of

and granddaughters of these patricians i There is never a want but what there ant woman along the high road bordering &atioVJft

were, heredity and circumstances were is fonnd a supply for it, and so! in the the Royal park of Laeken. The dog, ,
alike favorable to the production of the case of the handkerchief holder. The utterly exhausted, was straining and J s

most refined types of female lovelinessOne difficulty has been met and conquered panting under his load, but the woman Dealers) in Dry Goods, Shoes, Ladies' and Gentlemen's

reads of Virginia beauties who apparently, and the latest belt comas remained callous to his sufferings and Furnishings and Notions. .
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.
graced the "republican court" in Philadelphia forth with a new clasp attachment. It began to beat the poor beast mercilessly e

when the Quaker City was the is made of oxidized or filigree silver and to make him go on. At this moment THE We buy for cash and sell for cash, so give lower price th' n stores who give

eat of government, and, history repeat- is worn on the right side directly tinder the queen in her pony chaise drove out credit. Our motto is, Quick sales and small profits, and no discrimination -

ing itself bears in more recent times of the arm. of the park. Seeing what was going on but sell to all at same price, goods are all -

fair daughters of the soil who have The favorite handkerchief is made of her majesty got out of the carriage and 11-10-tf plainly marked in figures.

tpreod their conquests far beyond the the thinnest, sheerest material possible severely admonished the woman in

borders of their own state. and ia finished with a narrow hem lemisk She then sent her servant to

That "there's life in the old land One corner is embroidered with a large be castle to fetch water for the dog and Established 1875 v

yet" la attested by such instances as and heavy monogram, the larger the insisted on the peasant getting out and TROPICAL

lira James W. Henson, formerly Misa better. It is to be worn fastened directly walk Jg, remaining herself) standing in
Nellie Parker of Richmond. Mrs. Hen- in the center of the belt clasp and tuck- the middle of the road in the sunshine William A. Bours & Co.,

son is the daughter of Dr. W. W. Par- ed in so that the corner containing the until the milk cart was out of sight.

monogram shows plainly. For the patriotic She then entered her carriage and proceeded
I '
girl there are handkerchiefs embroidered to drive off. The milk woman Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers.

with a regimental decoration seemed ignorant of the identity of the ,
SUN
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JI or the stars and stripes, while for the queen and grumbled at being thus interrupted No. 6 EAST BAY STREET, -:.- JACKSONVILLE, Fu.
JI I girls with beaux to their strings private in her cruel course. At the I Ii .

I signals of yachts or clubs are in evidence. same time she dared not disobey.-Lon i
I .-New York Herald. don Sun. i, We handle only the Best and moet Reliable Setxla. A complett Stock of

I Lady Emily Foley Hay Corn Oats Flour Bran Wheat Grits
Martha WaahlBfftoa Ia Camp. < ,
One of the grand old figures in English -
I L1ak / years' )fartha of ago,Washington and those who was went then to the 45 society is Lady Emily Foley, ladyof Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, Both Bright and Dark.AT .

and find her the manor of Malvern. She is between -
camp expected to arrayedin WHOLESALE-
-
I the gowns which they had supposed 00 and 100 years of age. This CLAIMIt

I would be worn by the general's wife charming old lady, whose complexion State Agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
I a girl in her teens might envy, lives at
) were disappointed, writes William Star Brand Fertilizers Guaranteed Analysis, Orange tre., and Vep'lablr Pertiliarr. Pare
Perrine of "Washington's Christmas at Stoke Edith, between Hereford and ftrnnnit Boue,Nitrate!;cia Muriate of i'mash, .'niphate fulia-i,Hamt,etc. Th* e Fertilizers -
c in Thu Ladies' Home Ualvern. She takes a great interest in have no Superior ID the Market And.. trial will convince -
Valley Forge" Send ,t'rue- 10-13-0T
for
Journal. the affairs of the county. Her nephew Is The Catalogue

"11 'While our husband and brothersare and heir Is the Mr. Foley who baa done
so much to make Worcestershire a first t r
of she would
t examples patriotism,
I rKB8. say to her country women. 'we must be class cricket county. The Foleys were I
I patterns of industry.' bhe did not hesitate the great family in the west midlands,
lAVES W.BKUSOft but misfortune came, and they sold r- THETREETOMY
dress and SPECIALTIES
to wear a brown a speckled ; ',
tar and! the granddaughter of Colonel their
I when receiving fastidiousand principal estate, Witley Court, to ;
Stafford,Parker who was at one time apron he present Earl of Dudley grandfather I..
elegant visitors at Mormtown. It ;:
speaker of the Virginia senate. She has was said afterward that she acquiredher for( 1500,000, with a clause inserted BEST. FANCYP.um..YGROCERIES.
.. noble blood In her veins, being descended ,
that time should
inveterate habit of knitting in her at any they be at liberty CORNER
oa the paternal tide from an English a CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS
( teal at Valley Forge to relieve the barefooted to repurchase at a valuation. But
Boblemaa while through her mother have increased 'z
men around her. Witley must in value FANCY TEAS AND COFFEES.
ibe is related to the Atkinsons, a distinguished since
that time
tremendously although
which I "On every fair day she might be eeen z GROCERY FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES -
Virginia family pf it is uncomfortable
at an distance from
walking through the rude streets of the IN SEASON.
Bishop Atkinson was a prominent mem the nearest railway fetation. The fountains -
town of huts with a basket in her hand.
ber.On i Entering the( hut of a sergeant, she are remarkably, an exact reproduction
Jnly 7, 1888, after brief young in fact, of the celebrated AdvertisingMEDIUM
NEW STORE NEW GOODS COURTEOUS TREATMENT.
ladyhood replete with social triumphs. found him his wife beside him in the anguish pf
Hiss Parker became the wife of Dr. '
final separation She ministered to his
James W. Henson, professor of anatomyIn comfort with food prepared by her own lltlmate Good. Prompt Free Delivery on Both Sides of the Lake.

the University College of Medicine hands. Then kneeling she earnestly Does it Dot seem to those who think I
and to the Virginia hospital in
surgeon with her 'sweet and solemn beyond superficial appearances that
Richmond. Dr. Benson is of Scooth prayed J. F. OLIVER Proprietor.
in what to evil the
I voice for the stricken couple even seems us greater ,
descent tracing his ancestry to 1391.prominent. I of wider beneficence, love and
I "All day long she was busy with powers
Bis early progenitors were .
wisdom be working through the
may
these errands of grace, or in the kitchenat
"
In the history of this country, serving
divinity within us, the godlike
the stone house, or in urging other germ I
in the Revolutionary French and women to lend ,a helping hand, and toward ultimate good to all though we JACKSON .
and his great.great.grand-I POPE McLAUfilN tALLORIDA.
Indian wars, I, when she pasted along the lines of the are as yet too limited in knowledge to -
father Captain Peter Hoge, was deputy I I troops she would sometimes hear the be able to clearly perceive how or to
attorney general of Dnnmore county in realize the possible! Our moment of
I Fervent of 'God bless Lady Washington -
1773, an appointment received from I I I'cry or 'Long live Lady Washington faint imaginings of pure joys, which Of Fruits and ProduceCommission
Lord Pan more. A landed estate owned Any
I 1' Well indeed might the men feel come to us only in dreamlike wafts,
by Dr. Benson's family in Louisa county that they could fight to their very last are, it seems to me, the first stirrings of

Ya., came into their possession be- fcop: of blood with a commander whose our souls, the dawning prophecies of Merchants *

fore the Revolutionary' war and baa wife, who was formerly the bells and what may be in the far future-the attained .
liMe descended from father to son.Philadelphia ..- good and triumph over evil which of BUTTER AND OHEESE.BICYCLE
l leader of her set among the dames and Fancy Grades .
Time& blindly worked toward good.-Sara 4-
damsels of Virginia, was not ashamedto
We Solicit Your Business.
Underwood.Two .
'. be seen darning his and her ownBtockingsl" -
Good
on. Porto**! Qneea.
We only solicit the business of Merchants and Will Xot fill orders from Consumers-tier
Queen Amelia, the wife of the king Bright Nevada Women.Two .
WEEKLY. PAPER should buy from their home ilealrrs. Io-aty7-
,of Portugal ia one of the many good Some Little Buttons. of the best informed people in

women who now occupy thrones. The Mr. Smith got his wife's drefsmak- the state of Nevada are Miss Clapp and

story is well known of her that in orderto ing bill the other day. Mrs. Smith, being Miss Babcock, well known schoolteachers. -

deal with the ill health of her husband astounded at the item amid the I Miss Clapp has held a position in =:= HOSPITAL f

through obesity she has studied trimmings of "clergyman's rabbies, the State university for the last nine V

medicine, passed her examination and $25," immediately sought an explanation yearn She has always taken an active We have the exclusive County Agene> for the
taken the degree of M. D., and thus become from her husband part in all reforms of the day, and iI! i In The

the only queen M. D. at presentin "Maybe they are something like the was she who upon passing down a Virginia -' LITTLE JOE WIESENFELD CO.,

existence, and be it always remembered sneezes you used to wear"he suggested City street and encountering a and will carry in stock and have for sale +
i that she took her studies not only "I never wore sneezes." drunken man lying on the sidewalk
THE FAMOUS ENSHJX; llimi.E.;
II aerionaly. but in the most demoaratioplanner. j "Well; fichus then. If that is not a opened the door of the drinking house

She attended classes at the sneeze I don't know what it is, but near by and, motioning to the proprietor You ran always fiml a full line of up-to-date HICYCLB SCNDRKS of th

university a) Wsbon, "walked" the, where the 'clergyman's: rabbies' can be informed him that bis sign had finest quality and class. We have the only latent styl' of KN MELLKQ

hospitals for some time, and it is reported in that coat I have no notion oi Thereare fallen down. "There," said she, "is FLORIDA OVEN this side of Jacksonville, and are prepared to make your whets

that she has on various oasions 750 of them anyhow that you must your sign. Pick it up and take it in STATE Of look as if it were just from the factory.

I practiced her profession in oases! of pay for.II doors." And she pointed to the intoxicated OUR REPAIR DEPARTMENTis

emergency and among the poorer of her The young woman who brought the : man. !i
called and interrogated, -- first class in every detail.
objects. coat was up Good For Hands and Feet.
Queen Amelia baa another accomplishment when it :same to light that an inch wide WHEELS TO KENT by the hour, day or week! and all in perfect condition -
, She is a born milliner and baud of minute buttons garnishing the The women mannishness are now in affecting wearing is apparelthat giving . . . ,

bag a room set apart at the palace coat all around was composed of what both bands and feet a chance to breathe. CBAWFnRD BICYCLES.

where hats and bonnets are continually are known in commerce as"clergyman's i The most stylish gloves are now made Representing: iNKLL BICYCLEs.
in of construction, and there- rabbios." such as are used on black silk
' progress : after the design of the masculine article LITTLE JOE WIESEXFELD Co.
by hangs a pretty and pathetio story. vestments. They are little molds of and are worn loose and comfortable.
Once while out driving in the streets of wood covered with silk, and command I They come in white or in the colors 1 Advertising GEO. S. ADAMS Proprietor. .

0- Lisbon she observed a largj crowd sur- a high price because they cannot be re- 'I used by men for street and business I WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.
object The queen sent in inferior quality and must
some
rounding produced wear. Of course they are English else f
the footman to see what was the mat- be set on by hand; hence they are high- they wouldn't be loose and comfortable. I -

ter, and when he reported that a young ly esteemed for the garnishing of costly

woman had fainted she immediately garments Pretty and expensive note paper reveals Rate Sheet Ohas. N. WelshansSTATE
_ left her carnage and bad the nncon- ,I The rather remarkable name of this
the monogram framed in an oval
v neighboringhop is derived from the manufacturer i ,
brought to a
scions girl pew garniture 'i
frame and suspended from the
V gilt top
and personally attended her pro- 1 I who devised them first for
: of the paper with bows and loops of
I"-- The had the young robes Finding that they
fessiouallj qneen sacerdotal AGENT FOR-
The letters in -
gilt ribbon. are gold
, woman removed to her own home, nad I I were adopted by fashion, he set aside en'I
- inquiries made about her, and learned the income derived from their sale for ,, a contrasting ground Will be Sent on Ap

the girl's history. She was a mil- a little son called Rab (Robert), labeling I
poor & Martinez
liner, and having failed to get> employment I the small buttons "Rabbies. To HorehouQd is an excellent expectorant Longman Paints '
undertake work daughter he the proceedsof An infusion of sirup is a favorite
__ bad ventured to his eldest gave
her own account for the support of tha most expensive button made in remedy for colds, coughs! and affections

on herself and her invalid mother, but his establishment for her wedding dower i of the air passages; also useful in iufln1 plication. Lime, Brick Shingles,

with 10 little success that she was near- But in three years of sales the ;1 enza or grip. The infusion may be used

ly starved. I "clergyman's rabbi e." netted more freely Cement and Coal Tar.
some necessities the 11 apiece buttons did
1 Amelle sent at once money than
Queen The solid
: gold round bracelets are
r"i
the girl's York Mail and Ex- I
'. :;,' : and commanded pres- in ten 1ears.-New still attractive, and the bracelets in the

.: ": '8008 a' the palace. Here she handed received the press. _- I same shape in filigree work in gold and Agent for Sickler's Peerless Cement Plaster.
'{: her in the workroom and Smart HalrdreMlag- I set at intervals with a precious or semiprecious -
of her own
" poor milliner""Take three these bonnets aa models cellbem' It is sad to relate that on the whole stone are beautiful 13 South Hogan St., Jacksonville, Florida. lO. 1-97 ;
:_ creation. end of the century has nothing
; this
Amelie1 and tell your ,. .
,_ ( 'boDneti made after the characteristic in the way of hairdressing i A beautiful English wall paper recently r
Fpstpmera they are II to show. Our great-grandchildren imported shows a satin surface

.q.9 'J pYD f ahicntng. Her majesty will never bark back to 1898 as we do over which birds are scattered, some flying for The
bonnet Subscribe Sun.
", ore herself one of the Identical to do like- to 1798 for some lovely style to adopt others ft rest and still others jut it i

.an4 ommADde4 her ladies month the ones with a fancy dress or borrow an idea poised fur flight.
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THE TROPICAL SUN. . . >3 MAN ON THE CORNER E. GRUBER DEALEliJX. HARDWARE4

: THUY SAY .. ;
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Pioneer Paper of Dade Count). Florida. '!( 1 Is.tie ,

: TROPICAL SUB PUBLISHING COMPANY, t" Hear Everything and Print Everything CROCKERY and

GUY L METCA1.P. Eonoa. That is still .
driuking gaining on prohibition He Hears.It
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PUBLIsHED EVCRV THURSDAY ; : ,
AT WilT PALM REACH. DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.SUBSCRIPT10K I, It- FURNITURE.
That the prohibitionists should come
: PRICE. $%,001 YEAR. Is gratifying encouraging hear
about. and take a new tac". the remarks made about
_'Butcred at the Postoffic of West Palm Beach commendatory rnroo. All Kinds. of Boat Goods.
ai second class matter. That the gentleman of today i.n neithera this municipality these days. Sunday I SLOW
St.ves. Tinware. Doors, saab ind Blind
drunkard nor a teetotaler. heard a prominent lady visitor from Ohio
THURSDAY. JANtARY 26. 1899. Ail Kinds of Fishing Tacklft and Sporting 3oodn. .
that she bad in her life .
That only egotists idiots ot hypocrites I say never seen
Gasoline Stove Blue Flame Kerosene Oil Stove .......
a wint to missionaries anywhere so much iinpro"*ement in the .v
THE FINANCIAL DRFBE8SIO.V which ; I iUuware, Lamps and !Lantern Harrisoo Un...' Ready Mired Paint
affected the of this That honest Christians can find all the appearance of a town in the same length LrlllaU Ord has producers I
of time as had taken place in West Palm
work they want right at home.
country periously ever since 1893. Beach since her visit heie 'last season. .

shows signs of abating. Brighter That neither a pill nor a powder will This is but one verdict of scores I have PROFESSIONAL CARDS. LECAL NOTICES. /"CITATION' NOTICE.
rescue a drowning man.
days smii close at band, and their heard of like Mature from my point of V>

'I advent will be most welcome. That genuine Christianity knows no lookout.
aristocr.tcy. a a vv I. M ETC ALP, NOTICE TO APPLY FORLETTERS b the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial .

Circuit Dade County.
of Florida
That to youth life seems grand and all It.must not te supposed for one moment ATTORNEY AT LAW.NOTARY PATENT.To I I In Chancery.lUOb'ME .

AKBOR DAY COMEB next Fray; things possible; thqt remarks like the one above PUBLIC.

February 3ri.according to proclmnHtiori That to tne agctf life seems a farce quoted| mean that there is nothing left to Will iiraotlea in County.Stale anil Federal Whom It May Concern : vi'.HENLEY.} DlTOBCt '

of Governor Bloslmm. "THE and nothing attainable be done to improve and beautify the JourU.LAND CASKS A SPECIALTY. TbnDdt'l'IIlarntod to apply tu' his jrtv' notice! that they Intend JAMES H. HF..LEYI ) ,
D. BI..X-
Kicrlleocj.V
MAN On The < orner," in hw rolunm That trouble is the only thing some own; on the contrary the good work lflfleetn Tkol"I'AL HFN IUu.-k, bam, Governor ol the State( Florida for the appearing by affidavit ot toe solicitor for
Wee Palm Buacb. I'ad" County, Florida. complainant that James H. Henley malefendant.
but What has been
thin week' mllke what we think In people can borrow without putting up has begun. acconi- Letters Patent upon the propowd charter .&e resident of the State
be a seuaHile sujrjreption as to its olBervance collateral. dished, if not in person by one man. at hereto appended. da. but that bin place of abode to not deCnltely A1-u
east very lagely..by.his. influence and PRANK W. POPE Application be made upon the first lIST knowu therein he being absoot and
in\\ t'8t Prilm Dsift'h. That beats 01 March A. I'.
armament argument every 1899 or all noon thereafter secreted
blmselL and there b eln lobe
example, ouly goes to show what couldhe : no one !
time. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. I a< tbe application ran be heard.N. State ol Florida, the..ervlccofasubpocea\
0 done by earnest, united effort on the .
8. BOYNTON, upon wlmm wlluhl| hind the bait defendant
That a dollar will buy more now thanit of all the of the Ill East Bay Ptrett. I
THE UNITED CONFEDERATE VETE- part property owners I P. H. LOCD. Jg. '*ordered that the nail defendant do :appear

Tans do not seem to take very kindly would twenty years ago; town. Nou-resideut owners who shouldbe 8- .91 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA J. s. WARNER, to the bill of complaint flied la this cause

Dl1t It'r'tI resolution Mori That the trouble is, most of us lack most interested in the town's material M. n. f.YMAM, egaiust/ him on the
to Senator LESTER LYMAX.
Congress sking for pensionu for exConfederates. the dollar. welfare, can help by liberal contribu- 1\LEX ST. CLAIR-AURAMS J. BROWN Sixth Day of February A. D. 1899,

Several in Florida That you should take care not to get ions, if not by personal effort;_The Man Attorney at LawJACKSONVILLE J. A. MrLEAY. be: same being.tbe Rule day default will %:'

posts crooked in trying to make both ends meet On The Corner does not wish to "callIIdmes. W. H COX. be taken against him and said suit will pro- f -

have protested through Sen ," but he has on hi tongue's end FLA. J. W. lVE.CI Pet d P1-pll1ll. *

tor Puaco and Con::reH >ra/m DjviHgainst .. That it makes some people worry if of individuals Practice In all. the Circuit Courts, State and W.KING. It I* farther onlered but this order be pub. -1.lUhed ,
tue one or more
they cant make you worry. cognomen Federal C. G I-11II.IJI'S for thirty day. prior to nald day.in TBB :
tbe passage of any w\i n who could and should helping liber- U.ll.UH. TROPICAL sirs' a new8|>a|>erpab khed weekly ;*<.
reeolution. That no matter how little a man loves vment. In West falro Beach Dade .
lily; today in the local imp CHARTER OF THE FLORIDA EAST Coant Floiiilg.
.*. truth he hates to be caught in a lie. .. ft aZ' a IF G. HcU.l\I. I). COAST TELEPHONE IX). Dated till 2fitb day of Drtemlwr. A.. .

That most men's hair begins to get "How kind sotnebody'is/'remarked; a Thin Instrument 18! L A. K.O.CIMBT, fUcr
THE VISIT OF UI>HOP GAI E8. At. PHYSICIAN AND SURGkON.tlice nitneiMrtb. that the an- Circuit Court. z:-
t lant 'tI eminent nepro divine. i il'i HI thin soon after marriage.That fleshy lady of advanced years the other ntlKned and their successors hare emo- GOKUOX R. BBOOXE. Complainant's Sol'r.: :*SOTICE
elated theniHflveg
it is better to be the first to shoot day as she wearily dropped into one of an l KceldCIIlIellr Koyal t'olqrlana toeethrr la beeome Inrur-
event of importaniv to the nefrroei Hotel PALM BEACH.: 12-1-97 prated under tbe law of the Sute' of "10r.
than the first to be shot. ,those lawn settees that Mayor \Vhilldin
da for the Ira nf act ion of the business of build ....
of this section. Bishop Gaines Ot'.tJ.pies TO DEBTORS AND CRED- l.
That better jealousy without ethan has so considerately placed at several Ing. operating and maintaining it Telephone n ITORS.
cau
a front plaoe in the list of lend cause without jealousy.That itfeit corners and places of pretty obser- 'E.W.. PUGIi. M. I)., System and Exrbangc according the ful.

of his raw, and his fll moils let-tun' take in" the .. loHlogcberteraodRUih by-lanaai* may from .
wa ration. Visitors come to Not He In herebj frtven that all lersous having
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.Office .
vice is more popular than virtue lime to thus be adopted.
on "The N.rJ't} and the White Man'! town, walk about for some time and become any demand 81t8lDlit the Estate of James
because it is more entertaining. ID rear ol Dlmlck'n Drag More. (.'.
will be hf'Ilrll with interwt at the : thoroughly tired out. Not being UPilldencc-W""t side of Olive Street, 3 Door Kinsley deceased are hereby eotllied to
That you should never keep on saying SOuth UemaiiH Art-one. ABTICLK: ONK (1) protect the into the aoderrleiied.duly aatb o.
Poinciana Help Hall tonight. after you have said it guests of the local hotels perhaps, they 3-25 l>6 WET PVLM BEACH KLA.n The name of the corporation >h II !M> the ticated.Itbln the time prescribed by law or

find no place to rest until they strike FLOBIDA EasT COAST TKLKPHOE CO).PAKV thin nothv \t ill be pleaded In bar of recovery,

That yon should believe what a manproves. these settees for public convenience. and I its prim'Ipal place of buMnehs shall be at And all pi-rsons owing said estate are required -

MUCH UNDESERVED ChlTICIbM has not what he says a *, B. POl'TKK M. D., Wtit Palm Beach. Dade County, Florida. to make Immediate payment to me. 1

been immljjed iu by some Florida papers a GEORGE W. LA1XHAHT. .
That to e.how anger. always puts you !. I heard something whispered the other, H-28-9H PALM BEACH. FLA Executor fI f tbe Estate

I .. on tie appropriations aliened in the wrong. day that I believe will please others aa it I iUTICLE TWO 12). oIJ u.ei.C. Kinsley.

the West Coast ports and l'ivf'rt4ovf'1' That the better heeled a person is,9 the did me. It way in relation to a projectto II. J. A. HUGH, I The general nature of the biMinetm to Itranaarted West Palm Beach. Fla.ThlnUentjflfxthday.

those allowed the East Coast. To more be thinks be has a rigbt to kick. provide a covered, open sided casino D a telephone shall line be or carrying lines Irom on and Jacksonville operatliig of Jaullary A.D. !

this Congressman David hub replied That different kinds of fish bite onlbe or shelter of some sort on the city dock. DENTIST. na, to Key West, Fit.k.uzc1Is IH99 / I ,t.

that the East constrncted and Graduate of Vanderbilt CniverfitT. ,
showing by analysis same kind of bait. This, prop-rly arranged Teeth Kitractod Without Pain.

Coast had had a very !liberal l treat- would provide a most popular Every Operation GHxrmiU-od. tRiES (3), E, 1:1. .pI nCK-: .
That sectionalism :
was trampled to Lowest PriM On All Work. West .
trent! when the matter of continuing!' resort for home people as well as visitors. Tbe authorised capitalgtock of the compasy Proprietor. 1
death by Joe Wheeler and his Yank T-3-9: WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA
is considered. The failure I hope the proposition will mature into shall be ten thousand dollars (tIO.000.UO]. ; :
extracts troops on their San Hill. ..
way up Juan an accomplished fact.One lthprlrllegeof Increasing It to fifty thousand Palm :

lo get an allowance for Miami will That Miami is going ahead so fast that [\ A. T11OMA80N, D. D. 8. dollars ($50,000 00)), to be divided into :
likely be cared when ths bill reached a a oue hundred ohare (100) of the par value o' '-
its brilliant
future is
having hard work
week from today-Thursday, Feb.id one hUDdre dollar ((1100.00) eaih.ABTICLB Beach
the Senate for Senators 1'osco and ti catch Office: Corner Clematis Ave. and Olive St.,
up.
named Governor Blox
-has been by

'Mallory IInd'tr.. D llvt.. will pet in That some men are trying to get rich hamuArborDay. The Man On The Cor- AU kinds WEST ot modern PALM dentistry BBACB known KLA. to the : FOCB It). Dfl1L

good work without a doubt. by doing without this could profession. ('0111 crown and brid,, -work a :
some things they are obligedto nerhas wonder why day specialty. Teeth extracted without pain. The term for which this corporation thai (1

C have; not be fittingly observed by our citizens f xlit, shall be twenty (20)! yean. ..
a. 7-21 Office Hours: 41012 a. m. and 1104 p. m. st.-_
::
WHAT BETTER KVIDEXCE muld lit' That many a married person has found and school children. We have a credit- 1 --a w.

out that there are others. a'le school bulling in good repair and ARTICLE riVB (5). .
nuked HH to the prosperity that i is DANIEL, v
I > That nicely painted but. it stands in a naked L, The bnelneea! of the corporation! shall be: -DEALKE8 IN-
a suspicions man begins to watch
noon to tamo to Dade than HPPf'811'In ; plot of ground though l located In one of DENTIST, conducted by a board of five ((5) directors, to
the formation of the Florida' East a suspicious woman to talk. be elected annually by the stockholders: the
the in town. Suppose
That boarding house prettiest corners CJOCOA IMDIAN RIVER FLORIDA.yALLACK .!-: dll't'Ctof'llllhali elect from their own number apre.ul
Coast Telephone Ctithpany, whose prunes never and interested citi- I IIItlCrttary. Drugs Toilet' Articles
,
every parent patron lent a vice-president. a treasurer and ,
if
taste as they had been washed before
notice of legal incorporation appears should after I
i' t zen turn out next Thursday II ,
.
being cooked. It. MOSES I
I nn this page in another column; noon and proceed to the public school \ Meetings of the stockholders ball be belt Fine

That many a man listens to what you with nice on the first Holiday In March of each year, Stationery and
Every stockholder and incorporator grounds, each a tree or orna. Successor to A. W. Robert, _
and don't believe word of the tint electIon to b? held ID March, A. D
say a it. mental shrub of kind to set out. .
I iita resident and producer in D.ide some REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, 1000.
;
County. Every officer is interested That all gentlemen don't dress like Would it not be a good idea, and could Agent for Went Palm Beach Town Lots, aleo totlliinch election: the board of director Druggist Sundries.
Beach
West Palm Water Work
directly in the production of crops dudes. not the school children be brought in to NOTARY PUBLIC. shall consist of N. S. Boynton, J. 8. W arner,. i

That the idea that brains better take such part 'as would inculcate in Clematln Avenue, near Olive Mr' from our truck and farm lands, anti] are 5-21-97: Went Palm Ileich, Florida. Q.W. PreflcriptioosCarefallf Compounded
Kinx.CG.rbllip8.J.: Brown. J,tv lets,
; them and interest in all that
\ was
than money is a fals one. a pride
the enterprise they have bhown in planted ? W. II. Cox and J. A.ilcLeay. East Coast Bitsinew Solicited.. .

: taking hold of this matter U only I. That you never can catch the devil at # It 11 a GUY I. METUALF, WEST FILM BB1CH, 6-10.116.)

: equalled 1>y the confidence they show 1 any of his own games. If the above suggestion should bea NOTARY PUBLIC i ARTICLE six 16). .

in the solid prosperity( nf thut fair That the ladies need not learn Danish ted upon. I venture to say that the For the State Florida at Large. The corporation shall not be authorized to
"" contract lndebtedne fn excess of Its capital
> I
r4ltn. "" : for one tongue is enough for any woman County School Board would, at their Deeds Mortgages. Learn and Contracts: stock subscribed and raid lor. Red Spanish and

F ** That more than one gill has married next meeting, provide water connection Draftl'd.Conveyancing a .SixrlRltv. la witness whereof tbe aubiicribera have
and with the main that would fur All Guaranteed l Pancy.uPINEJPPLE nmr%
another ideal i pipe Work Legally .rrect. hereunto let their name and residence, this
: .. IS THE HISTORY OK HAD.: girl's Office in raupicit SUN: HHHH,
ejiEVER nish all the moisture needed for whatever Wet Palm lit'arb. I>*der iuiitj. Hirltln.p eoty-tblrd day of J nnnary,A.D. I 899.N. .
have the truckers leen in as good That the more saintly acting the man I
: tree or shrubs might be planted.The S. BOYXTOX, Tort Huron, ilkh.
:;:: plmpe with the promise. i J the fine the more you will have to watch him. Man On The Corner knows that the D. BROWN J. 8. WARMER Miami. Fla.

P. H. LOCI JR. Fulford. }'Ia.M. .
crops( MS they are thi* winter. Talking That their mouths have put some men Board stands read to operate with B. LYMAX., Lantana, Fla. Slips and SuckersFor

: with one (.f the most I't'liaLIt'rnl'n in the pulpit and some in jail. the citizens and school patrons in any ARCHITECT AND BUlL tIER. LESTER LYYAS,Delray, Fla.

of Boynton we l-arn that where they That women and bank cashiers are move that will benefit or beautify the I Plan.. and specifications prvpared. BROWS Hypoluxo. Fla. Sale, (f the Following Varieties, vU

t hi>ol I this I Jobbing work given prowpt attention at J. A. McLEA r,Watford., Onto Abbaka, Porto Rico,
: ball thirty acres in vegetables lihtyeui apt fc> be flighty. : premises. merely drop as
Shop on Datora Str;*t. W. H.COX. Boynton. Fla. Smooth Cayenne,
they )have upwards of one hundred That the path of ambition lead a suggestion for whatever considerationit J. W. IVE8. OJu, Fla.
Egyptian Queen
may be worth. fl. W. KING .. ,
-; : and fifty acres this season throi gh th! graveyard.That FRANKLIN HHEEN. GEO. O. BUTLER Fulford. Ripley Queen, Golden Queen
C. O. PHILLIPS Fulford. Fla. ,
When the mid snap j struck them last; every man expects to make a for. The Man On The Corner overheard 1 I1KEN & BUTLER.L White Antigne

Tar they were left flat, without tine out of some invention of his own. Pernambuco
some strangers town the past week SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS. STATE OP FLORIDA.1COCMTT ,

plants or peed. Thin SPUr there i i- That some folks boo row in haste and canvassing the feasibility of building Office at Weft PMm Beach OF UlDE. JOn Enville.

hot II single gr..w>r in that settle :epay at leisure. another ice factory in West Palm Beach.It Lands a.II) nub-divided and snaps tor.nlxhed. the twenty third day of January, A. D. fruit Early from delivery thin Plaota.Uoubavlng ran be made. part been of the
Selecting and grading landH. local. IK99, personally came before me X S. Boyntiin picked
nifUt tut what ha" a c/lvl'rt'tlllt't'tI bed That in this country, trains are delayed wouid seem as if the factory here now Ing and estimating timber a HfHHilulty. Care J.S. Warner P. H. Loud,Jr., U. a Lyiiiiui last month. Apply to
lur aDd correct work guaranteed. All com.
with .)ourg plant* sprouted astninert :. more by hot boxes than by cold waves was one of sufficient capacity for present iimnlcailnnR by mall receive prompt at ten Lester Lyman. G. W. King. C. 0. Pbllllpa. G.C. MATTHAMS "
disI.Hfmze needs; but the reasons assigned by rlon. MIIIII and Blue I'rintll at Ix>we--t 'ri J. Prown,J. W. lves.W. H.Cox and J. .<:.-
possible emergency or many
any That an ounce of fiction often brings 0t. WEST PALM BEACH FLA. 11-7-93 A. Velay, who, being personally to me well Florida Pineapple :
11I1t'f. were to kill their more than a pound of fact. patrons as an encouragement for the new known alter being sworn,acknowledged that Company, -j

plllllt tu night tu-rnul'rowP\'pr 111411wonid venture was that their needs were con BARBER SHOP they signed their names and affixed tb..tr scale 5-21-97 West Palm Beach, Pla.
That mules, as well as politicians sidered secondary to the demands of for- CITY to the above cha ter.
Line II"htOt, !! ready in to
have a pull. eign patrons, that if any body had to go First Door South of the Post Office. la vtltneiw whereof have hereunto wl my

replace tlinu. Ianniiis!. i is being That it hurts you more to lie than to short ;it should be the home people. ; Easiest Chairs and Beet hand and seal the day and year above writ JUST OPENED-'

brought d.wu to a scientific basis Equipped Shop In Town. ten.
be lied about.) certainly is a short sighted policy to
,
6-crt MII.U (:()OPER. Prop'r. HOBT. R. TAYLOR I
and the loose halt-hazard methods That the less a man knows, the less lie cater to transient trade at the expense of [IHEAL. Notary Public. SCHMID'S CAFE.MEALS .

of years agone a e a thing:; of the seems to know it. the all year round patrons And it is not

past. to be wondered at, that the businessmen CHESEBRO BROTHERS OR LUNCHES SERVED A LA CARTS '
a That the more diversified the wealth ,

i h a republic the less the danger. are so anxious to encourage the new 1 Fulton Fish Market New York. The Dade County State Bank Oysters In All Styles and it All Hours

TilE SENATORIAL mxThsT that enterprise.
Thdt the older the tune, the sweeter Weekly Meal TlckeU on Sale.
COIIU-H off at the 1I.'xt session of th,- tie mu-'ic. a a a Wholesale Commission Fish Dealers. West Palm Beach, Florida.

8tate Legislature promises to demoneof AUI now, Mr. I'M it or. since you have ffS-CUISINB AND SERVICE UP TO DATE
That in politics, the saloon has the Our Indian River Specialties Are: '
been so.I tiling to pertnr: Authorized Capital $100,000.
., theuarniett fights I hilt right of my suggestions C. H. SCHMID Proprietor
way.
huM lieeu H-itnettsed in Florida fin and comments ancnis the affairs of SPANISH MACKEREL Paid Up Capital $15,000. Chase Bonding. Clematl Ave..
That politic are profitable to politic- ,
other folks to have space in this column, PoMPANO KINO-FISH,
time time. At this writing the leading ians. I. WET PALM BEACH
I propose touching up THE SUN up a lit SHEEPSHEAD. BLUE-FISH, OFFICERS:
contestants would seem to lie
That some people have hated water so tie. Don't you honestly think that a E. N. DIMICK, President.
I -Sflninel J'wtonil J. 1*. Talli..ferro. SEA TROUT, ETC.
': long that even mosquitoes won't bite little \\whitewash coal tar mud fresh (U. D, HENDRICKSON, Vice-President.

with Sparkman, Bloxham, Clark them. old! would CALEB HALEY & CO.
paint or any thing improvethe OUR INDUCEMENTS TO SHIPPERS ARE: GEO. L. BRA N NINO, Cashier.
mid other "l't ik horses gro miIng That from the way some women haveto appearance of The Tropical Sun Wholesale

for the we. The 1'a JIll haSM't' work, it is probable their husbands block a little hit ? I do. anti I ventureto ProMpt Returns and Full Market Values Office Hours From g a. m. to a p. m. Commission Dealers in

correspondent is of the opinion that are of Indian descent. say that half the ton would feel moreor Stencils Forwardea on Application. General Banking Business Transacted ALL KINDS OF FISH.

Pasco will I l.e. re-elected an less grateful, if some morning when
S-nator That some people can't hear voice
any Correspondence Solicited Collections Special Attention
wake the promptly remitted on day ol given to the sale of
United Stales Senator when theIeglature >- but their own. they up prominent structure receipt. Drafu bought and sold on the principal Southern Fish. SPANISH MACKEREL

meets in April. lIe flurcs out That though charity should begin at you occupy should be discovered to lave cities ot the United Stale 4-29-ST POMPAMO BLOB FISH, TROt)?. SHBKP

that the Seuatnrhns38membrs of home it shouldn't star there. been tattooed frescoed papered or' WHEN in Jacksonville be sure and visit : HELD, RSD Sxmsa, SHAD, tie.COKSIGNMBKT3 .

painted over night Here's hoping-par. your Old Friend who will surpr &.
Legislature pledged to him, that Mr. That revenge is one of the kind of g.n. don the pointed suggestion-that who.: you with Bargain in Millinery Goods. SOLICITED

Tallaferro will go into the fight with that kick. j!. ever should do it will do it, and I dou't Dry Goods, Clothing and Ladies' Fb Embroideries Handkerchief I PROMPT nETVR) S.

):.I. shoat: 25. 11 will tit. K-M-king Mr.Call That a poor Christian is bitter than a believe you'd feel half had. either. I Gents' Fmnishings........?... Silk *Waist and;Hosiery.Patterns Ribbons and Dress and Laces.Trim. : 14 Pnltoa Fish Market. HEW toRI. '

.' Itlul the rest fit th..ll1U) fult>lol''uth'l.lug. rich logue-but most people don't think > Yours on tht'Lockout. D. SINGER Manager, mings. Come and See.U.Hm I I Ic
I I II Bridge street,Near Bay.
| It require 51 votes to chit.It so. IBB MAN ON TBS Cog&. 11.z'fl JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA nr. F I.. nOFPA1T.CFt II I SeQd t fSu7 Your Job UorI't / (


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THE TROPICAL SUN, PALM BEACH, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JANUARY, 26 18O. 5TURNED



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,-h THE- TABLES. -.- -. 04A1.ZCT.Crttlak -- -::: THE f 5 1 Looted Opposite en the Beaotifol.'Roy. .1R'iuch.a"'ectrtclightsElectticlsbetUBeih.Lake Worth. :

B.E'A'C' nflTH \ J
'THE PALM
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-. 1'1' do Dot reJd \ \ \ t'OUPLSTS
t+hat to writ to duitnt, L I *J Jlo and film per'Day.
A GORY Of ARTEMU3 WARD ANa / the Wee .
For the common people'*tbon M PALM BEACH, FLA., Special Rates By
r HENRY 4. OVftOR Should in eooiiaoo speech be wrought
) And the crude but pungent word
Ehoald be written ks its beard.VUa Two doors north of poet office. Address "THE PALMS," WILT PALM BEACH, FLORID

The FMIAM Wit Martr4 la to Base or fooiiHh. U 'tU "116.

tome Pw Wltk the DrtmttUt bat That hociid U eaoogh tat youl BREAKFAST. LUNCHEONS AND DINNERS AT ALL HOURS. ."
With mum'sretch ia Kxnetblog beam .
ED4I That Ue tU4 HeUU / -
Fn A4 IB the from bh euvtrwiinent i
Cough GREEN LAWN COTTAGEIFirst
Hatch at CIa....... Strong. reUilUooa and the boot I First-Class Chef Cuisine and Service.
Only 9DDCdI it with their rok*
Wbal follow. refetea to the first Itic may taobka s disguise Private Dining Parlors. Class AccoaixoJatioca: for & Li sited

meeting of the late Henry 3. Byron Baffling But npuo to tin tl
od Art m08 Ward. It was at the Sat- i Raiopad hill true identity.Tbt .
LARGE AIRY ROOMS, SPLENDID TABLE SERVICE.
age clob,ann one of the Saturday din- i t-fora, criUoa. pray reject
and Robertson suggested to Nothing writ in dwleut HOME COMFORT AND QUIET.
Den, Tom t
Which in story or in rhyme
Artemoa to have a tilt with Byron and. b a record of Uva tlma, and Inquirers
U pooeitlo draw him out. The genial Vila, tri.b and et to be Rates Reasonable and According to Rooms.

showman had only been in England a round In booost company
-Ueroditti Nk-buUjn In Now York Bun.
few days, but be knew fiyrcn's "mo- e MRS. A. I. HAUGH, PKOPRIKTOB,

tier" and Wt'DUor him in this fashion: WHEN NAPOLEON WALKED.Aa Will find THE TROPICAL SUN West Palm Beach, Florida
"1 fdooy I hav seen a face like yours

before.! Did you ever have a brother Incident of the HrntorBbletreiil a. loaded to the muzzle every week with -

Alonzo?" Robertson was behind Arte- Prom __w. .
just the information they wan A New nouse
winked
and at
once Byron.
It was on Nov. 83. at about 1 o'clock
"Aba, I had!" replted the drwafttlet. ia the morning, when we saw the bead Try it and be connDcod.8ub8criptl .

instantly catching the iltnation. of the column. The first we saw were Beach Cottage
"Ha mariner, engaged on the ?ff Six Months $1 Three Months 50c'.s, palm .
WM a generals, a tow of whom were on horseback Price-1 year, $2 ; ; ;

deep r' but the majority on foot. The
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rvM"You

That's" .haven't-- beard of him for fife latter along, almost painfully all having dragged their themselves feet fro- "I've just llt't'o taking gas." FOB SALE CHEAP Will! Open Dec. 15. ,

years? ,can and bound up in rags and pieces ot "Tcothachp Party Boat partly furnished, schooner
affected to be biota in reflection
Byroo wepokin and dying of ,hunger. We rigged, ton burden. Boat is at West Fi1t 1Yinutcsa11 from the
,and deliberately replied: "It's five .en saw what was left of the cavalry "No, talking to a Hip insurance 7 : H Royal Poinoiana.
ari this day. How ooriona J piter. Address N. R. Fitzhugh, West
7 ago very of the gnanL The emperor came next :ajput.-S'w York World.
Jupiter Fta.Subscribe. Rates. $2.50 Day Special WceMy Rates.
yea' BhoQtd mention it; drf""WtJl.elr. 00 foot, with a stick in hid baud He per 3

," replied Artemoa. taking was muffled up in a large capote lined
cot hid handkerchief and pretending towipe and his head an AddressPALM BEACH COTTAGE
with fur wore on
away a'tear, "I sailed the salt sea i amaranthine velvet cap ridged with G. W. IDNER & SON for THE SUN
with brother. We were wrecked Palm Beach Florida.
you marched
black foxskin. On his right .
together In the gait of Mexioa and before I
Murat his left.
also on foot. King ; on
help came 1 kilted and ate him I Jewelers ,
Prince Eugene, viceroy of Italy; then City Directory
The moment I eaw yon I recognized the Marshals Bcrthier. prince of Neofcbatel:

11JUD 8A. He wan" a good fellow, foil of Ne,. Morticr. Lefebvre and other marshals !and Opticians.Souvenir OFFICERS. THE EHRMHN H USE

tender"I am feeling.glad found him tender," and generals, whose oorpe had WILMOU WHILLDlX._................MayorJ. Is now open for Witter Travel.

Interrupted Byron yon alllO! pulling oat bit betel partly d troyed. Spoons, Sea Shells, E.GLENN.............__....._.._._....__....Clerk BEST OF ACCOMMODATIONS.-TABLE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS.
They were:! followed by 700 to 800 Curios, Novelties, Toys, w.H. RUSSEU.............. _........ .-....AssessorS. -Baths in Cor aeettoa.- t
handkerchief. officers and enbofiicera, marching in order ea-her Goods. .
1 HA..l'ERSI'.T1'.Treasuret Rates Reasonable Short
H. Distance front ttY
1 I ate Goods and Strings, Dfp Bot. sir am awfully sorry i and bearing in the greatest silence Musical I VAIL C.JOXBS.........._.........__.._..Marshal
him" said Artemua in the most impoiturbabte the eagles of the regiments to which Fishing Tackle Address MfS. S. E. EARMAN, WEST PALM BEACH. FLA.NEWSEMINOLE .
fashion. "Had 1 known I Photos, BOARD QF ALDERMEN

eboold ever meet bit brother I am EON they had belonged l and that bad so often Stationery,Ink. C F 0. W. POTTER._._.._._._.__.. President

I'd have gone without food some Maestro led them to victory They were the NEWS DEPOT-DAILY PAPERS. JOHN B. BEACH.........._. _.....J. D. MATHIS
remnant of over 60,000 men, My poor
I I I J.A.8rRAYVDXkMAN..G50. BUANXING
longer. Dull was driven to it. and yoawill Picttrt who bad Dot soon the army for GKQ.S. ADAMS....:... ...CARI SCHKEKN1CK

forgive" me' woo"'OO' I liked a month gazed cm sileutly but his con Fine Watch ] Jewelry RCDairin Council meeting on the 1st,and 3d Tuesday in HOTEL'3Only
Alonzo, 'anel be offered bit hand to
valsive movements showed only too each month at 7:30: p. m.
Byron, wbiob the latter shook with oordality. .-
well what be felt 1 saw big tears roll t'lntt door North of Y.otranre
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down the cheeks and tall on hia, mustache to HeuiUole Hotel, Brick Hotel in Town. d
*' won't yool"IUped
myemo&loo.
iooae from which tcicloa were hang- !
in his handkerchief. "Be WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA. County Directory. ,4T
1, Byron ing. Then. towing to me. "Really, WEST :PALM: : BEACH:, FLA.
what bad become
told
and me -
never wrote
know whether 1 ---
compatriot I do not
d him. 1 bop be agreed with I I COUNTY OFFICERS.A. .
am asleep or awake; 1 weep beouuae 1 p lias recently been completed, built in the most
i suj
7OQ." DAILY EXCURSIONSBY E. H hl tiER. ...._._..... County Judge H or/Alli\ULIV \ -
have otin oar emperor marching on gtantialmanner and famished situated .
1 "A'slight indigestion afterward. He P.Ql'IMIfT... Circuit Court Clerk elegantly ;
.wsaa. litUfl tough. replied Artemoa foot, a stick in bill baud be that was"so TKE HOOT-. TAYLOX...._Protttcutiag Attorney on high ground fronting Lake Worth and commanding magnificent, unobstruet- f

"tmt we'll not speak of that We both great and who made ot so proud" tt.J. CHILLINGWUBTH...... .. ..........aberifl ed view each way, and guesU enjoy per{. tua! l.teews fro.n all dirccticn&
Bat j "Ueuoites of fcrgeot Uoapgogua. M.B.GKUBKU .. ....:.....Tax A e orF.'ASTHONY
acfl ed. Be suffered moM. rewem- Launch
<< "THERELLA"TOTB8 i1 .. ....... .. .Taz Collector Cuisine and Service Strictly Pirst-Class. .
bee ilr. the law can't toooh. me now. I Few C1... DI.... *.... la Blbcri E.;U.jnuiCK. .. _.. .. ........Treasurer
Rates: 12 day and Special Rates by tie Week or Month.
It wee alem neoeeelty: and oeoeeelty, u ltKe.w not much coate or class dm wILI.H. ausy.LJ..l SuperviMir ci RegistrationFR.VJtglV.N8HEEX. per Tip. i is

'jpoa may have heard. know no law. Unction in Siberia and the few social .. .... ........ .. Surveyor GEORGE ZAPF
'...> Dot I am willing to pay you damage! rules aw lai. The Riuwiiui Siberians: RUBBER TREE AND PITTS'ISUND, Z.T. MERUITT ._.:&l1pt. Public Instruction 11-4.\17. Manage
lor the taa. About what would .
yon
mingle freely with thenstive tribes COUNTY Cd%LIf1SS1ONERSPJTTS .

i thick a fair oompeueationr''Doa't and their customs and habits have, in Starting from the Royal Potnciana Dock. ;SW. ,Chairman; ...... Lake Worth '-'
who
mention it, said Byron ooofioqueuoe. been: considerably tubdi- u.\V;LilSHAUT. _.. ..._ .....PalmUeachVrj.
'": cow thooght it Urn to tom the tables. fled 1 have ottcu teen groups of boys : 8HO5E. ... .....Cocoanct Grove 1\11'\ a Miami, on Bay Biscayne, Florida.
"
think your MOW it Ward? eoM ba playing on tU street where the KirjjLi/ E;UWHITE-: ._.. .. 'U" ....Lemon tny ilotel t I ill Ifl 1111 rite: Most.Southern Railroad Point in

'" Tea.": or Burial boys worn luixi-d ludiDcruuinaUJy For Rubher Tree 10 A. M.; Returning. M... A'..V.RCSHIXG..__...._......_._...- ..NeptuneCommioiiionerj ltllU.ililj
NArtemaa Wild?' with tbo Uu> nui From then For Pitts' I8laad,2 P. U; Beturnlng. P. M meet in regular session on. 1 the.United States.

'"QuUa 41t/" drew or Imitfnsyje! 11t UII tiupuMibie t(, tbo'firnt Wednesday ID each month. Accommodations for 300 Guests. Hotel Homelike and Comfortable -

"loa bad a father dirtipgoibb them, for both corluuo bud k' FLORIDA LEGISLATURE., WW. PROUT '
r Manager.
ttl b.d. Ucguagfl were a etrbu u mixture Uul)' *C.awnsuk DADS COI'TT: tI6t ,
"BawMBi Yankee peddler in hiaowaooootiy the peculiar fetjtgrt'i cf the native or JAS. E. CHAMBERS, E X. DIMICK.Palm._,.SenEtqr

oat be not Sold' bog plaen the more slovenly apixwriuice uf. the OWNER. 'F.S. MORSE, liam.j.| ....:,.,.. ,Reprove.-ntaliveCOGN7YSCIIOOL
aDd fine tooth combsT* Bnssian would betray the blightoet dif BOARD. IT TlTJTinfin New house; '.est ccotamodatioiis on'the

.. *"-Yoa"whit the comb I mean the ference. It is an oW eayiug that you 81PERlNTE2iDENT' Ot PUBLIC WSTRCCIIO.t. A P H P \1111 TEL I I East Coast; table first-class, and everyl

\ nail-oa: the bead." "scratch a Russian and find a Tartar x. T. ERRITT ._n. ..._.............,Lemon City L ILiJUUU 11U convenience ind comfort; hot and cold '

"13a died In the 'black country of It might be inure ai'l'loprlatelYllilid-' 1ll! E BALTIMORE TAILORS.t KKMBCIWor. SCHOOL BoarD,' baths; modern improvements; in center of the famous pineapple section; close
Bbgleod. did be lot?, that J..W. JAKnOXCbttirman..Cocoauut: Grove
least of the Ruffian peanut the Inlet fish and in abundance.
at to
"He did." .. .... ......_..._....._.. ..JaptW?' : o>sters T
the dirt off Bauian and
"We1 1 killed hint I knew JOG yon scrape a ABE AFEANEK & SON A.W;CARNETT....._...._.........".Hypoluxo TERMS OPERATE.
find a clean Tartar, for the latter are 1. ,
I laid _. --------- - -
were his son the moment eyes on decidedly the more cleanly.-bt Nicholas. MANAGERS OP ;...

made bit WM acquaintance a nice old gentleman in gtaflordhlre. and- The Three Friends State Directory. J. L. JENSEN, Proprietor, ':.'

He wished to go down a deep A Fake Alarm.. JENSEN, BBEVARP COUNTY" FLORIDA.;
pal mine; to did I,'and we went down "Oh. John dear said Mrs Nervous Tailoring Company. .
EXECUTIVE DEIARTXEtoT raT Dun Mil li>slop at Ja en Khen oaring the ladl&n River rstrsgy
together, bad a good time explored, "I'm so glad you've come bowel 1 '
W. D.BlXJXIfAM.:! .. ....... ... Governor ,
lunched with the miners drank more to right out and have that -- -- -- --
want you go JNU. L. CUAWFOKD.........Secretary ot State
than was good for as and proceeded to DeW neighbor of ours arreo>too. He has I SUITS AND PANTS MADE TO ORDER, WM. U HEVNUU'S: Comptroller .

toro to Mother Earth's IIQrta After been beating his wife and family all ,' JA31EdU.ibHITFIELD .........Treasurer THE TREECNEW

yoa have been down a mine JOG are the morning and the way they moan WM. .L.\M.\It.. ... A.ttorulJyGellt'r..1
fond of your mother. I aware yoo. The Is too horrible for anything I It has Cleaning Pressing and RepairingA w': X.iH t..tPS .... Snpt. Public luotruotionL.
prodigal felt nothing to what I experienced. thrown me into hysterics and a nervous WOMUWKLL.... ...Com. AfrlculttireI'AU'KIC'K I MANAGEMENT, t!

.. We entered the huge basket headache and-tWe, there! Do :ron Spet ialty. : HOlJaTuX:.......Adjuu.ntk.enersl' FELIX GARCIA Prop. Jacksonville F' a.
aod wen being slowly drawn toward bear that? Isn't it awful?" I W ii. )lLTOs': JR.. a. Survfj-or- Jcneral __ .._
I the looked the window FIT AND WORKMANSHIP 6CARA3TEED. j l bate at Tallaliasote, Flornla.
the month of the pit when saw But John dear out A'
old rope WM about to snap under the and only smiled U. S. SENATORS. Electric Lights, lilectnc Bells, liaths,'Complete ftcivice. '

strain. It was a perilous, a horrible a "Why. what do you mean?" screamed WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. I.S I'ASOO. .. ... Mon nueli" The Best $2.00 day Hotel in Florida.

critical moment. The weight of two bit wife. "Are you aa heartless as ,18. K. MAI.LORV...... ...... ...... ..... ..LASUtOlnU. per
Teaearaltheru.-" ie >)ta*! ..k thn t oa tucU>i totop at th.- Ttjvoters 4-21 :
and hear : a >
men was too great and your father waa he? W1I1)00. too look on a j S. CONGRESSMEN.UOBT ; .1'

ft broad balky man Self preservation poor woman and her innocent children Avenue II \\. DAYtS ... ..... ......... PaiatUaS. --- --'"--.-.. --- -. ,

U the first law of nature. An instant beaten to""There Clematis : M. SI'AtiVMAH ....... :... .. .. Tampa "" Jq .A"''' --....... "' wRealEstateandInsurance'
moro and we were both lost We seemed there my dear calm yourself I SUPREME COURT j/JGES. .tt U U JittUS.

$ to bt about. 60 feet from the top. I h', only the pulley on the new Supply StoreWest -:: M..lldJAI11tCbldJu.trt'
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I hastily called your father1* attention building that's going up on the next f. a.CARTER ... ... AMicule Junlice

I to something-implored blra, ia oormir. It needs a little oil." -IMroi.Fr :;- Palm Beach Flondn,' R p TAYLOR....... .. ,.

J I fact, to look down the mine. He did so, Press R. R. CO."ftl JSSIO.VERS.n. .

and ta I gently tipped him ovtr ha went J. D. MA THIS Proprietor. .
I Carlyle Hear Dickens Read K. DAY Chairman..Cainrsti:ie

t whirling and crashing to the bottomIt April 29, 1M! >3. Carlyle wrote then of GrMtr Co) I J. L. MORGAN..... ............. ............Ja.P<'r Palm Beach, Florida.
was rough on him hot saved my of Dickens' readings says 0. T. Successor I.stasised ; J. M. BRYAN............ .......... .........Ki....inrmee !'r.TARrUBLlC--- -- COTTAGRS TO RENT.
f' it out Ibt instant one : Mv Motto"lulck Salw and Small Truflui.Bahery
ell ciphered on JOHN: 1. :XEE1.EV JR. t'reik..Arealia
in The Atlantic: .1 had to goyesterday
Copeland
j I like this: He la an old man. nearly to Dickens' reading 8 p. m., Goods and Hc3d deaf in two teeth gone in
bald one ear.
I Hanover room, to the complete upsetting Groceries ...
; front, with only a few years to live. I of evening habitude and spiritual i Family --

am half bit age strong and healthy, my does do it General
Dickocs .MY Specialty.
composure. .... Directory.
the father of a young family with a such it is acts better than

career the Haymarket before me and a comedy a burlesque to finish aouept-for capitally any Maoready as in the; world; a whole Goods the City delivered or across free the to any Lake.partof COURT CALENDAR. PATRONIZE THE SUN I JOB OFFICE

ed at the Strand. Now I ask you under tragic o>'.mic. heroic theater visiblttperforming AU Orders Givea Prompt Atteation. (Seventh Circuit.)
aud
under hut keeping
oue I
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I behave M. 8 run
did JONES
not Judge
the ouoomfctanoea. us laughing-in a sorry way, some Of as Good First-Class and Fresh. Highest l>. BEub.t: ..-..... Stnte'g Atttlrlle FOR ELL KINDS OF JOB V>/ RK.
poblyr' thought-the whole night He is a good prices paid for country produce. SI'KING TEUM.

X? "Y Q did :you did I" sobbed Arte- cleature.., too and makes 50 or !00 by Buy <>! me and I u ill Gave you mm ey. 6-t+rl IJ.! ln County. ixt .Monday MartJi.
would haw acted that way ..
"I .
rnas. each of the readings. "' .*. !.! "
ravaelf." ---- LhVeVolu--"r- 4tb"- Pamphlets, Billheads, Letterheads,

"I ain glad to find yoa eo intelligent I'VKlBff .. the Minn. ,li ill ApiU.Bresard .
You ate my brother and found him Clara-I understand that Mr. Feuth- Whidden'sMarketlIs Uh" ..

tough and lam the assassin of your erley paid toe a wry pretty ouuipiiiuaut I Dade .. l.-t Monday afar fib M..u- Packetheads, Envelopes,

\;.( dear old father," continued Byron today? day in April.TALI. ------
the faroe of pretended emo to Supplyyou I TERM.:
keeping np Ethel-Yea. What WM it? Pi-epared
Let tu! ''''' I''(OUDlY, i.-t Mon'tay In UtlulH>r.li .
&Ion.u We are both! avenged Claru-Ue Mid that among the most with '"p' !I' Business Cards, Posters, Dodgers,
draw a veil over the past and never' beautiful young ladies at the party wuMies f Urvnge"lie .. unIlrrvarii .. ., t

allude these beartrending incidents Clara Smith I t.1 .. ,
r.o..l\: Noe.
again." Ethel (with: a cough)-Yea. 1 noticed Good Meats at Living Priced 4th .. .. .. Circulars Statements,

"Agreed We cry qoiU Shaker you among m.-Loodoo Fan. let Muiftay after the 4th Mun- -- -
roared Artemna, extending both beads ; Fresh Pork, day in :Nuvrubrr.GOVT .

aod dramatically dashing a flood of imaginary I The gradual cooling of Fre&oe is Beef SIGNAL SERVICE DEl'l.J. Printed Neatness and
Then be wthj Despatch
tear from bit eyes proved by lu vegetation. The Italian CKuNK: .. otwrverOlMrvatory
eomiuooed a waiter gtaeea round wae poplar common in early French l'&oh.ID@tI Poultry at J ul.lt..r| Inlet.GOl"T 1I 1- ------- .

speedily ordered and everybody ViM tall u now hcrdcia sue* in the ooau- Eggs. LIGHT HOUSE SERVICE I.

ot oocgjaiulatkjna upon the ready ndnct.waned I Ikaftoopto ;I try. while the lemon has disappeared Uirnt !tuna, at Jupiter Ii.let- A COMPLETE LINE OF STATIONERYALWAYS
in whkto the two wite bad facto Langwdoo and the oran*) from JAUKH&; AKUUl'll. Kotper
their obaQ.EIOb4Dgaed fiooeeillon.It Native Meats a specialty. J A WELLS M AuiclanlBr.NJ

WELLS. !d A.hietantU. ON Hf'\ND-
A I'MM" is intimated that the inoandedoeitt Your Patronage Solicited :
OFFICE.
S LAND
The .6vFeet YOGDgteT ing- 1 wbf : lamp, in nee in all parts of the world Market on Banyan street c'..M..n\t)...:.... U"j<' tel,
*? have over 400000.000 candle : Are You Supplied ? Give Us A Trial Orderl.
politic powu.I
should not ,! I X. D. WAIMl'KiUHT.. .... ... ._.16"\!eitri. j
ag Baobelor-Too Jour 11-12 WEST PALM HKACH ;)tires at 4l11i1.-'iiuc, th.tlloi.
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-. : Dew to Make Till Nntrltlowi ut I.. .
Them
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Aa Exciting Time For Which .
LESSON v, FIRST QUARTER, INTERNATIONAL Wan Really fto Oecutoo.As expensive Delicacy. I. .
Calf's bead while it BOunds expensive WESTERN MEATS
A
SPECIALTY.
: SERIES JAN. 29. a passenger train on the Hannlbaiwas soup ,
' ia perhaps one of the cheapestof
tall in- -
puling out a countryman, .,
,1
r Teat of the Lesson John IT, B-1B. cumbered with four bundles, a ecythe the class, writes Mrs. Borer In TbLadies' BEEP. VEAL, SAUSAGE, ARMOUR'S STABS BAM ,

. .'Memory Verie. 13-15 Goldea Text math, an ax handle, a bag of bananas Home Journal. For this purchase PORK, HEAD CHEESE, PIG'S FEET,
and
skinned calf'a head
o John IT, Commentary Prepared and a small boy, came oat of the depot a plain MUTTON BACON AND BOLOGNA. -
and to take his and one or two trotters; have them well
began bearings. Up
1 by the Rev. D. M. Steam cracked. Put the FROZEN TURKEYS AND CHICKENS .
: f down the tracks his wandered, cleaned and trottersIn ,
gaze up
:r ,. .- [Copyright. 1S38. by D. M. Stearns and down the long lines of coaches a kettle, thoroughly wash the head, BUTTER. EGGS AND VEGETABLES, "

',6. "Then comoth He to a city of SaMaria drawn op under the sheds, and at last, remove the brains, take out the tongue VENISON AND WILD CAME IN SEASON. T--e{

which ia called Sycbar, Dear to the as the rear coach was passing him he and thoroughly cleanse! the throat ,'". ,- ,; .

j>' parcel of ground that Jacob gave to Lla caught right of the moving train. Wash the head thoroughly in several % : .-! '." FRESH FLORIDA MEATS. :.
eon Jo eph." lie la anointed with the cold waters, then scald and wash it
"CoILe cn, Freddie I Tbar she goes I" : '1-
Holy Ghost and with power and goon be yelled aud began to transfer some of again. Place it in a kettle with the MB MH--- .

about doing good, socking never His own his belongings from his right hand to trotters and cover with five quarts of Representing: Armour's Packing I Co.', We frrn MaU. IC. B. Raulerson1

will, but always the will of His Father his left as he ran. Freddie made an cold,water. Simmer gently for three Florida Meats
and all HU steps as well as all His words boars. Then add one onion in which
and actions are ordered by tho Father amazing record for one whose legs were
so short, and they were soon beside the yon have stuck four cloves, one carrot GEO. 8. ADAMS, Proprietor.
(Acts i, 83; John vI, 83; xiv, 10; Pa.xxxvii
23)). To live such a life Is the business steps on the rear end of the last coach. sliced a stick of celery a turnip oat
into quarters, a parsnip cut into halves, WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA.
of the Christian and Christ in ns There was a man standing on the plat
Will live that life if we yield fully to Him. form. two bay leaves; cover and simmer one

,, 0. "Now Jacob's well was there. Jesus, "Hay, stop 'er, stop 'er I" cried Fred. hour longer. Lift carefully the bead c.

therefore, being wearied with his journey I die's pa. "Put on that ar wind brake, and put it aside to cool. It is much bet Give. ATTENTION EVERYBODY I .
sat thus oa the well, and it was about the ter if yon can stand it aside overnight ...* a, ,
mister 1 Pall that
ar rope up over your
sixth hour. As we said in a previous Next morning remove the fat from 4
IfSi-on, probably 6 a. m., according toJohn' head and make 'er stop I" -HAve YOU tV.Klt THOSE EJ.XG.urT- '"
the surface of the and torn it out.
soup
Bat the reached down and
way of counting. He would be man only
journeying early, so as to avoid the neat caught Freddie, who was leaping and It will now be a solid jelly. Remove NEW DRESS GOODS, WRAPS AND LADIES' NOTIONSJUST
; of the day. He is weary, for He is truly swinging and dragging by turns in his the sediment from the bottom, put the

man and in all point tempted likens we vain efforts to make his short legs tongue aside, as yon will not need it RtCKIYBD AT-

are. We have not a high priest who can- stretch far enough to get his feet on the for the soup. Cut the meat from the o t

not be touched with a feeling of our in- lower ti'n. Pa held on to him with one head into blocks and nut it aside. Into THE HONEST PROFIT
flnnitiea. He knoweth our frame; He HOUSE
hand; and the man" D'ibe- platform a large kettle put two tablespoonfuls
remembers that we are but dust. of butter add four of .'
tablespoonful.
succeeded in drawing him
7. "There cometh of Samaria finally up.
a woman -
to'draw water. Jesus soith unto her, Pa slang the banana bag after him. It browned flour, miL Add two quarts of The t '.

Give me to drink. For our sakes He slid ou' across the platform and went the stock and dir constantly until boil.

pct Himself in the limitations a mortal overboard on the other side. Pa made a ing. Add a teaspoonful of kitchen bon- LITTLE BROS ,.

body, liable to weariness, hunger, thirst, leap for the steps, dropped a bundle-and uet. ordinary soap coloring, two teaspoonfuls -

suffering! and death. He who made all stooped to pick it up. The recovery of of salta teaspoonful of Worcestershire

things and upholds all things made HIm- the bundle took but a second, but the sauce and tbe meat Stand FERTILIZER and PHOSPHATE COMPANY .
self dependent upon the ministry of others train getting well under and over the fire where it will graduallycome "
was way
He fed millions
of life.
for the necessities
to the boiling point place in tho
with manna for nearly 40 and was a tail's length ahead when he began ;
years
brought water from the rook at Ills pleas the chafe again. One wild sport, I tureen. Cut into slices three hard boiled Jacksonville, Florida.

ure. with his coattails standing out behind eggs and one lemon. Pour the soap tf

8. "For ills disciples were gone away him, a reckless le'ap, and pa, too, was over, and it will be ready to serve. .

unto the city to buy meat." He who said, aboard, but a bundle containing an undershirt you are requiring Fertilizers Vegetables

Come, buy wino and milk without money had been lost in the tnsole. How to Clean CoBateryane Sun. ., ..

and without price (Isa. Iv, 1) sends his An employee' of the depot picked the As fine counterpanes are never eo ... Pineapples, etc., write to us and we can give you ,,::. -
disciples to buy with money things\ necessary -
pretty after being washed, a careful
It is difficult for bundle up, and a section man who hap- more value for than .
for the
body. very housekeeper defers the evil day indefinitely your money any other Manufacturer If-
us to txiliove the extent of Ills humilia- pcned by appropriatea the bananas to ';
The crowd that by brushing carefully with a or dealer in this State from :
tion. We cannot understand how rich Ha his own refreshment or any :;
was nor how poor He became forour sakea bad breathlessly awaited the result of clothesbrush and then sponging with

(II Cor. vlii, 9), but we can look up grate- tbe race melted away, and the depot attendants gasoline. Of course she will never at- other State. Write for pamphlets, prices, etc.,

fully and say,Lord I thank thco for bate I who had been preparing to tempt this where there is a fire. Outdoors to above address. 11 12.97
it for mel is the to clean with -
Ing shovels place gasoline,
pick with went about
pa up
9. "How is it that thou, being a Jew, I their duties. and the article cleaned should be left -
aakest drink of me,which am a wouan of out in the air for several boars. .
Samaria For the Jews have no dealings Half an hour late: a very angry man -.. '

with the Samaritans." Thus answeredthe came prancing down the depot platform.He How to Manicure the Mall A Chance to do Your '

woman of Samaria. How different was holding a small boy by one GEO. H.
Pour water in bowl MALTBY
some worm a ,
from Rebekah when Ellezf said Let me land, and the ends of an ax handle and -
drink, I pray thee (Gen. rxiv,43, -16)). See scythe south protruded from under his unfold a small towel and lay it on one .
In II Kings, 17, the origin of these Sa- arm. knee; take the rigbf hand and proceedto
Do unto all to cat the nails in semicircle then :-
maritans. good ,especially a ;
It was Ha approached. depot ---DEALER IN--
the household of faith, and give to him pa. file the edges and steep the right band
official and said
that ukt'th thee are good precepts to re- : in the water; then take the left hand
member and practice for not only is it "Why didn't you tell me thatwaso'tthe
and ia its torn. '
Having carefully
steep
Wabash? I wanted the Wabash: FURNITURE WINDOW SHADES
more blessed to give than receive, but not
dried the hands, push down the skin ,
even a cup of cold water given In the that's what I wanted. .
round the of the nails with ivory
Dame of a disciple shall lose its reward. The official tenderly banded pa his base an *
/.dots xx. 85; Math. a. U). new undershirt and rnnliml in ahA soft Instrument; brash the nails over \ MATTINGS ,/ OILCLOTH.
'10. "Jesus answered and said unto her, tones that he-ih ruffled-soul: with some red pomade, wipe it off and .
If thou kneweet the gift of God and who then polish with a plain chamois cover :# 0 ,
"I believe
forgot to ask me.-
tt is that Kith to thee Give me to drink, yoa ed pad, rather small in size, using par.

thou wonldrt have asked of Him, and He Kansas City Timas.INSISTED ticularly fine polishing! powder, till B I. --FUNERAL SUPPLIES IN STOCK
would haw given thee living water"The
they shine. Then, to crown all, eprin-
gift of God is the Son of God, as we ON PAYING.A '
kla on the hands and wrists and rub in \
saw In lust lesson (3-16). U the woman
bad ever learned what we call Isa. Iv, shp Stan Who .WoaldD't Accept Legal some deliciously scented eno,de came I Practice the Latest Methods in Embalming the

might now have thought of the words, Addee For Xothlnn. lia, whioh will at onoe make'th ..skln Dead.'w

"Ho, every one that thlrsteth, come ye to The other day an old fellow slouched look white smooth'and soft. *, ;L Masonic '

the waters!I" and have said, Art thou Hq into Attorney Oscar Eabn's office on Block. West ,Palm. Beach. _'FIBo .
.
of whom Isaiah wrote If she had known flew to Carry Beet'
J:r. U. 13,she might have asked Art thoua Legal row, and introduced himself as Put two tablespoonfuls of batter in a
Mr. Smith, Jones, Brown, something, .
fountain of living water But she or
Add diced
frying one onion and
knew not these things; she was not living of a neighboring county. He said he pan. .' Do You Want aWe
stir until the onion is golden brown.
unto God, yet: her soul was precious In wanted to consult a lawyer and was accorded ?
.
Add a teaspoonful of curry and a table- TEAM B'OAT'
God's sight.IL a seat !and one of the Attorney' have them Sell and If ve have .
"Tho woman salth unto Him, Sis, i sweetest smll IJ. spooofnl of floor. Mix, add. half pintof none on hand' result,we can build

thou hast TAthing to draw with, and the '' He then explained that while he was stock and one pint of cold cooked beef ork Just what t ou want. 1.
Well Is deep. From whence, then hart chopped fine. When smoking hot add a
thou that living water" Whether It be away from home the sheriff or some tablespoonful of salt a tablespoonful of We are also PreparedTo
had attached his wife's
rich religious flesh, as in Nioodemus, or deputy sewing lemon juice and serve in a border of Furnish
poor, sinful flesh, as In this woman, it it machine and bureau for taxes. Ha did rice. "

In either case ignorant of spiritual things. not propose to tolerate such imposition
The well Is too deep, and the natural man ie declared. 0 HAW to Fricassee Dried Be f.
Outfits for
has nothing to draw with. The woman "What Is the amount of taxes?" inquired Half a pound of dried beef, chippedfine. Pumping Irrigation.Write .

Unwittingly described her own conditionIn the lawyer. Scald 'it for ten minute, drain

her words to our Lord. She thought only "Lemma nee-tl.28," was the reply. and press dry. Put two tablespoonfuls
of natural water, a rope and. a bucket or call on ns for Anything in
Tbe lawyer could not conceal smile, of butter into a and when hot
She did not know the words of La. ill, 3, saucepan Our Line that you need.
"With joy shall ye draw water out of the but hastened to say: "Well, Mr. Smith, pot in the beef. Stir and cook for three ,

wells of salvation." He testified what if you want my advice, it ia to go back minutes. Then sprinkle over two table-

Be knew and had seen Those who be- and settle that small amount It looks spoonfuls of floor, mix and add one pintof Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co, t

Ui'Vo His testimony proclaim Him as the like the easiest and best way ont of it" 'I milk. Stir until boiling. Add one j

Truth, bat those who receive not His testimony The old fellow thought a moment' dash of pepper and stand it over hot

make Him a liar. Let us as faith- and replied that he believed he would. water until serving time. Then at the The Tropical Sun JACKSONVILI, FLA. '

ful witnesses proclaim what we have beard Answering, ho asked. "How much do 1 last moment make it hot take from the
J. and oen (I John 1, B). ..., 24.9-97Pgora'
-- fire and quickly stir in the yolks of two = i
-' r 12. "Art thou greater than our father owe your"Ob : Jacksonv lie Marirr Railways
of Jacob, who gave ns the well and drank nothing, sir," was the reply. eggs. .

thereof himself and his children and his "I won't charge you anything for a little How te Hake Hominy Drop Cake s i,

cattle?" In chapter viii, 53, the rulers advice like that""But .
Heat in a farina kettle one pint of
ask Him, "Art thou greater than our I allna pays fer what I git and 'oj
father ,Abraham Greater than Solomon. boiled hominy, broken into grains as z
want ter jes the same.
pay yer
Job DepartmentPrints
or Jonah (Math xii, -11, 43)), greater than "Oh, that's all right; come in again lightly! as possible with a fork. Beat .
prophets or patriarchs, greater than angelsor two eggs! separately and stir the yolks
time when need advice
archangel, ono with God the Father, some you on into the hominy with one tablespoonful G E G. ST OJJf. .

God manifest in tho flesh, how meekly He something more" important and we'llsquare of water and one-half teaspoonful of

bore It all, to ba BO unknown, so misunderstood it then.
salt; then add the whites. Drop in ta- _: DEALER IN L
1 Are you, for His sake, willingto "Raw, I want ter pay it now. Jes' blespoonfuls on battered tins and bake
have some one far beneath you sociallyor squeal out. Ef it's! 25 cents, I'll pay it I Letter Heads
to a good brown in a quick oven..
intellectually spoken of as better than Ef ye want 60, there it is I" And he Staple and Fancy Groceries

you, and can you keep still Can you threw down a half dollar and leU.PadUCAh .- Slow to Make Cornish Cutlets Note Heads '
bear to hear some other land or city honored ,
above yours and be meekly quiet bemuse (Kj.Sun.Harking Take some slices of cold meat*either

your city ia New Jerusalem Back. beef or mutton. Trim them into neat StatementsBusiness Grain and all Food Supplies.COUNTRY .

13.uJCliU8 answered and said unto her, shapes. Dip each into catchup. Sprinkle Cards
Mrs. Acklins I don't want to be Im- _
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Whosoever drinki'th of this water shall with cayenne and salt Boil some potatoes .--
thirst again." Both literally and figura- pertinent, but how old are you anyway dry and mash them. Mix with Bill Heads
tively true. The first the woman could ? Some of the ladies were discussing PRODUCE
them little lemon
a chopped! peel or co-
for she often to draw water at the club the other
grasp, came your age day,
comber pickle, pepper and salt Bind And all kinds of Fine Stationery Always Fresh, Kept ia Sock
but the second understood not. But and several of them claimed that yon
with well beaten
few have yet learnud that the waters of were at least 83, but I insisted that you a egg. Your Patronage Solicited *.
Cover the slices of meat with the -
world
this cannot satisfy, and the multi were not more than 83.
tudes seek the of sin which satisfy mashed potato, smoothing it into shape
pleasures
Mrs. Biswick-I'm glad you were so Are You Supplied? West) Palm {Beach 'ia.'WRIT .
but for a season. They hew them- with a knife. Fry like cutlets to a golden 4-M ,
kind. Of didn't mention the .
course you
selves out cisterns that can bold no water color.
(llllb. xl, 25; Jer ii, 13). fact that -YOU were ready- to leave the I
It. "Cut whosoever drlntcth of the grammar grade when 1 was in the How te Make Devon Llre Toa t. Ii II i I

Water that I shall give him shall never primary class at school, did yon?-New Spread some buttered toast lightly Give ns a Trial Order j ji

thirst, but the water that I shall give him York World. with bloater paste, then cover it thick i
ball bo in him a well of water springing .
ly with clotted garnish with
cream
Up into everlasting life," Christ in ns, Why, of Coarse shreds of bloater free from skin andbont' WRIT WHIT '
the hope of.glory is a well that net only; "I've called to tell you, sir, that the ,
rcicofd: olives and shreds of red
abundantly satisfies, but is ever springing photographs you took of us the other
up to rufret-h others. It Is possible to day are not at all satisfactory. and green chillies. And We Will AND SAVE YOUR MONEYU

be satisfied with favor and full with the "
my husband looks like an ape! WhY'1 How to Fatten the Face.
blessing of the Lord (Deut xxx, 23)), so til Mrs. J. Frank returns from New York with a Full Line of
occupied with God that the pleasures of madam, you should bave There is no specific treatment whereby !

thin world have no power over us. In that before you bad him taken." the face may bt fattened. Manage LADIES' AND GENT'S SHOES

chapter 1 we have water in connection Household Words. -I' of the face and a fattening diet especially -

With the forgivciieed of bins, in chapter 8 the tree ore of nuts and nut preparations -
water in ooucuution with the wine of the The Egyptian women wore bangle and avoidance of indigestible Please You... DRY AND DRESS GOODS

kingdom! at the marriage of the Lamb, in hoops of gold in their ears, which foods, with proper exercise and the ,

chapter 8 water in connection with the were regarded as the wearer's choicest morning cool bath, will be found
very AND
first stop toward the kingdom. Here we CLOTHING GEHTS FURNISHINGS
possessions, and were parted from only helpful. Massage etwold be applied to
have advance for believer
an every maybe ;
under direst stress. The golden calf wad the face daily, and tea face should Le

15.a well"The of wafer woman if with only willing.unto Him, Sir, I supposed to bave been made entirely bathed with cold water for half a. minute Which she will SELL CHEAP. Come One, Come All to the

give me this water, that I thirst not, I from the earrings of the people. this to be followed by vigorous robbing .

neither coma hither to draw." She otll three or four times a day.

thought only of natural water, but soon, The death penalty ia rarely enforced .BOSTON STORE.

as His Jove and wisdom continued to deal in Germany, Austria, Denmark or I II.w to Cook Dreaded Saa.agea. .

with her, she began to see herself a sin Sweden. In New York 11 out of 19. Wipe the sausages dry, dip hem! ia '

nor Then the saw Him as the Messiah murderers escape without any punishment beaten egg and tread crumbs put intoa MRS. J. FRANK, Proprietor.
and her&dour, she received Him .raoh, I .
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and: in the United States only one frying bosket and plunge in boiling ..I ...
aud filled her that she furgot all i
joy so
el-* buS Him and ran to bear the glad I murderer in 50 suffers capital punish- fat. Cook ten minutes and serve! with a WEST PALM BEACH and MIAMI, FLORIDA.

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BURKHARDT5 Wet Palm Beach Jaa. a6, iSe- e
Lie IIaaJ.e1.i to On, M Ik+y KM ScUlM. .Away Ira VM? ,
When Mule.' Verne's granddaughter Lava Party .( the W w,.. CENTS TAKE ESPECIAL NOTICE }
Hortense was betrothed to M. Moran
it became necessary to celebrate the Nearly all legends traditions and Nothing could more strikingly illus of ihL. Price L
myths wherever they exist have their trate the importance of small things
occasion little
by a family supper.
But when lime. Verne had counted 'counterparts in other countries. Students than the large role which is now attributed For Burkhardft Mocha and

them all. she found to her horror that of folk lore will have it that such to the mosquito in the etiology of Java Coffee. Then eye if you _
,they numbered thirteen. She bethought coincidences prove a common source. some of the most serious and widespread CENTS 6 CENTS
aer to invite M. Roden, the Similar,to the Rip Van Winkle legendIn diseases to which the human ..'" ',. ; can match the price any. ; ,

van, who bad christened little Hor America are many European myths. race is subject It la truly said that "} -- where. i

tense. There ia an old Danish tradition of a what prevents the successful colonisa -
So M. Boden Invited and all
wan wedding from which the bride strayedoff and
tion of many tropical countries
went well onto two days before the
topper when an unimportant young to an elf-mound where the elves what throws the greatest obstacle in CENTS BETTED SnLL-Get some

joualn bethought him to break a limb thronged about her and offered her the way of civilisation and of good "aniple8 then I try *

and :reduce the party again to thir wine of which she drank. The result of government In vast regions of Central AdvertisersWho MOCHA AND JAVA lUJfJU and

teen. this indiscretion on her part was a -urita, u not cl.mate, not distance match th

The time was short, but madame slumber, which lasted for a century. from home and not unfriendliness on
made the best of It She Invited the L. W. BTJREEARDT '
On awakening she found her way backto the part of the natives. The obstacle lamalaria ,
:Basic teacher, who accepted with delight the house which she had left as and now we find that the Finest Groceries.
,Matters arranged once
were
she supposed, but a little while before,
Bore when a message came to Uncle prevalence of malaria so far aa man
Pierre which demanded hia presence but there was only one old woman la concerned, depends on the mosquito, Use the !,
tlsewhere. there, who at last recollected that in and that this pestilent little insect, in

Again I there were thirteen guests her father's time his brother's bride addition to irritating and annoying, is

ind but.half a day remaining. Mme. had disappeared upon her wedding day. the means by which the poison of malaria Clarence 6. Miller Miller Lesgbotluim :
Verne was equal to the emergency. With the change of sex and place la propagated and distributed.

She her sent acquaintance a note to a begging deaf gentlemanIf him to this la the story of the Kaataklll hunt- For years back botanists have known S. B. MILLER & CO. ;

the Important part played by birds in
Mme. And now all was well again. er.There -Elta"1abed 1S41--
The ladles were aMID* the finishing 1s a Danish legend resembling the scattering of seed and of Insects Columns of

xraches to their toilettes In the dressng part of Longfellow's Hiawatha That in the distribution ot the pollen of -WHOLESALERCommission

room when suddenly screams were the two poems should be alike In form plants, and it seems not unlikely that

leard resound. through the house. does not bear upon this discussion patholpglsts will have to recognise in a Fish Dealers.

The maiden aunt Mile. Boslne had though it did lay Mr. Longfellow open much larger degree than has till lately

aught her dress on fire. It was extinguished to a charge of imitation, but the matterof been done the large part taken by the 7 Fulton Fish Market, NEW YORK.

before she was hurt but Hiawatha was taken from legends subordinate forma of life by which we
the dress was spoiled, her nerves up. which Schoolcraft gathered among the SPANISH MACKEREL SHEEPS-HEAD BLUE FISH
let and she could not and would not are surrounded-.ur cattle our horses THE ,

remain to the supper. Indiana. our dogs and cats our flies, our mosquitoes POMPANOtfED SNAPPER, GREEN TURTLE ETC.
The of Great Claus and Little
Mme. Verne was In despair. Bud- story and perhaps even our fleaa-in
testy she remembered her notary. A Claus as told by Hans Christian Andersen distributing disease from man to man. Stencils Promptly Furnished. ll4Otf' :

arrlage was at the door. She tossed I differs from the Irish Hudden and and, as Is stated in regard to the mosquito ,I

in a hood and shawl and hurried ln-i Dudden in a few minor details only. and malaria, in deciding whetherthe <

to It The scholars bespeak for both a com-;> extension of our empire over great U. S. MAIL BOAT "ECLIPSE." ,
It was only fire minutes' ride to mon Scandinavian origin. The list: areas of the globe's surface shall be TROPICAL ,

the building was located-a In which many-storied the notary'sIfee edl-' might be prolonged almost indefinitely possible or notTare. "

Ice of which be occupied the second Seta f req. the Philippine. Odd Cities. Making daily runs (except Sundays) between West Palm Beach and ;

loor.On the first were situated the apart. There is one race inhabiting the Philippines The famous old city of Cheat Belgium Jnuo, stopping at intermediate points. i \

bents of M. Moran Hortense's be- which will be a welcome addition la built on twenty-six islands PABUXGIBS, rElIGHT AXD KIPKISS.-Freight carried to ind from'he i : ;}
Tothed husband. As she hurried past to American citizenship and will which are connected with one anotherby
their door Mme. Verne glanced toward I. be afforded every facility and inducement I eighty tlrld, .. Three hundred SUNCLAIM \ F. E. C. By., and all landings on the run,free of charge ::

item and saw a lady dressed In black to immigrate to the United States streets and ,thirty public squares are ScHiDCLi_Boat leaves West Palm Beach, 8 a. m., sharp arrives'
peaking to a servant who at the and engage in the skilled labor la contained In these islands. Ghent U .
tame instant abut the door In her Juno,'10:20 a. m. Returning, arrives Wed Palm
V Wd Jofta
which it has no peer. This U the glut famous because Charl" '

lace.Mme. Verne having mounted the But Indian honey bee, and investlgv of flaunt were torn there It bM been. Beach, !:10 p. m. { .

italrt. was doomed to a disappoint- ton of its work and immense capacUf the scene of many treaties insurree Steamer ECLIPSB is for charter afternoons to Fishing or Tourist :
Btnt The notary was In but he was for making honey and wax baa inter tons and revolts and it was there the -

offering from an attack of the gout. eeted the Department of Agriculture lathe treat:war made terminating the war rarties.

However he could give her the direc- consideration of an early effort to of 1812 between this country sad Eag VISITORS-Please note that the morning trip to Juno takes puien ; .
lon, to a quortohzleme. who, If he was Introduce it into the United States. ".
engaged( would be happy to hire Secretary Wilson said In connectionwith land.Amsterdam also resembles Venice gere through the finest fishing grounds of the Lake, and to all who da

llmaelf out for supper time.. the proposed importation of these because it '1s built on pllea driven sire it, gives an hour at Island-the Gem of the Lake-where dia.
As she reached toe foot of the stairs,
,lowers, she paused. A woman, bees to the United States that a special through the earth into the water below. ner can be had, and the attractions of this beautiful spot enjoyed. -
lower' appropriation would be asked In his.Doming Three hundred bridges Span the many -
she Iref; ,;p:picking: fc black herself, sat to upon and the fro and report to Congress for the investigation canals which divide the city, ten miles It Is The, I also have for charter pleasure parties the Sailing Yacht "Ar

Doanlng. She touched the figure upon,_ of the bees of the world In[ circumference, into ninety islands.? thur B."

j shoulder and said: "H, poor child. and a swarm of the big Philippine Venice ia built'on eighty islands and
For terms of charter of Steamer Yacht and for
what la the matter 'honeymakers would be brought 'to has 400 bridges, which are very steep or Sailing any for .

."I have come from the country; I.itm America aa soon aa the question of and hate many steps.The canals anji then information, apply to J. C. Stowers, Postmaster at W. P. B.

4 ;. an orphan: I have relatives: Itame their value and the possibility of their gondolas of Venice are worldfamous.About

to and a I friend know who no promised one here me"el''thlngi accltmatt have been fully dtermin ? eighty milps is tie circumfer* WILL H. SANDERS Owner.

'taterday I spent my last son. In ed. Then will also be an approprtaUai ence of the ry. BEST

there anything for me but the river! requested for the study of the agricultural -
Suddenly an Idea flashed upon the and kindred products of tbs new. the <:. .a. Faulty.

nadame's mind. ly acquired territory of the United One of the moat striking elements la Ocean Steamship Company

"A*least you shall earn your supjer States and even under this bead the Chinese life ia its solidarity. As ls well '

," she said. "Come with me."' :treat honey bees of the east could be known the family has a much larger "SAVANNAH LINE." ;( .

1. She hurried the girl into the carriage introduced "by the department to this function than with us. The marriage of
and drove away with her. explaining does not break In the family
country. a son .. upon 6", *
la they rode the emergency in which Florida
"- ___,# lire, but enlarges it, me daughterInlaw Advertising ,.F
found ueraeu."Ton .
ine
dress of grand- WilT We YAWB. becoming incorporated in the family
will.wear a my To New York. And Boston. ,
be little doubt that of her husband. Several '
laughter's she said. "A black lace There can one generations
.
which may be thrown over your own of the objects of yawning la the exercise may be welded together in one t-
And with these words she led the of muscles which have been for along home, the authority of the elders be- A Short Rail Ride to Savannah, Thence .

rjrl Into her home upstairs Into her : time quiescent and the acceleration coming the more absolute with time. A Short Sea :
iwn apartment, where she adorned her I of the blood and lymph flow Growing old is certainly robbed in Voyage

n haste and led her out to the table which baa in consequence of this quiescence China of some of the terrors it baa Sailing from Savannah: $. .
the loTllest guest there-lorller far HEDIUhOf
than the golden-haired nortense. became sluggish. Hence its among us. The older a man grows the 5 Ships Each Week 5 r.
teen
Absorbed In her duties as hostess, frequency after one has remained for more weight is accorded to his wisdom.A .

Madame Verne did not notice aa the some time in the same position lop girl may be worse than valueless: a
ithers djd. a strange thing that took example when waking in the morn- young wife ia the hapless servant of All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with sailing schedules. Write for gen

llace as U, Moran fated himself and her mother-in-law but a mother Is sure era!information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation, or call on

lanced toward the strange guest As ing.Cooperating with this cause la of honor which Increases with the E. H. HINTON Traffic Manager, WALTER HAWKINS Fla. Peas Agt.
fcclr eyes met each turned deadly pale, sleepiness J and the shallow breathing years, and a grandmother rules the
,
Savannah Ga. Fla,
each seemed to find U Impossible Jacksonville, 3-10
ind Which it entails. This factor, as well generations with a rod of iron. Any'
a look away.
Once only did the strange girl speak as muscle quiescence, is apt to attend ---
sent of boredom which one Pic at Bone tad Abroad
experiences -
whisper to ilm. Verne the
n a
This la a betrothal feast madame In listening to a dull sermon. Pie is a distinctly American institution Florida East'Coast

Tea my child. hence it is that the) bored individual left and one of the! most treasured of Ry. .

"Your granddaughter, the beautiful to yawn, Ap In the case O.f sighing the products of liberty. Perhaps there
ronng lady yonder, U to marry M.Delate the deep breath wWcb accompar was pie in England ip g @ heroic days, TIMX TABLB Ma 13, IN KFTECT MAY II, U t

Moranr ales the act of yawning compensatesfor but It has dwindled' along with the
"Precisely: In two months.' the shallow breathing which U so British nobility until it baa become the WEEKLY PAPER bent ftxnro tend O...). KOBTH BOUXD
After this she said nothing more. 1 to excite It Insignificant tart Here it has expanded s x. ,
At last they were about to leave the apt '
disc and thicker and has DaiI7
its ; grown s bI.
arose.
and the old grandfather ..
able, to to the young ........ .''Olek....... drawn every luscious fruit to its ser *SJ1 CvTrmniM ....................#*ClCOilTills)....."..................... ffi l II1Iia
Rt had something say ,...........................8v.AurmitU.......................... _. '
louple-kind admonitions to him who Thomas Foster an authority on such vice. We have a special pie for wch bvi .."........................!.. A.eu line.........................?..., I ...
about to take her Into his keep- matters, writes in protest against the succeeding season, with apple pit for uWI .... ..B.. Dr&I... ....... .. .., .... LV tcta
wee he ended thusi being referred to all the around. II LE'.............................. il lktrittka ................ ... .....rt.Ar T, TBiSMMfttM.
but Creek year
eg: Chickamauga .... .. .T l ... .... ... .........., I 11u
"But I give, her to yon gladly my as *"the river of death," as If that was In TheSTATE .......... ............' ......... .................. ...L. ..
tear Octave, for I know you to be an the meaning of the Indian name. He X-Rays for M....1... ..... au Ito"...... ........... .............ArTt /ssru'i
tooorabU man: and I believe you will A well-known London dealer in ...........................b nlAtfcsV.*............... ......... T8 ra y
and fresh and says the Indian word Chickamaugameans ........<...*.................*.ytfM BA.a.**............ *... .. ,U.
lire her a heart as pure a boiling pot and was the name mummies is reported to be making I C ._..__....... ......... P aJklaa............................ 1 ,Ita
.ill unwritten aa the one she gives to good use of the X-rays in order to ,.. .................... t OfABf........................ ... IKaIC :
of acceptance." liven the place because of a whirlpool pre ....:.>..._.............Ww 'BTroA .. <. ..... !3 ....
wu. a heart worthy Oc- existed where the Chickamauga vent the Egyptians from swindling him ..... a _..........................Oak IOU. .:::*...................... IMp ......
As he uttered the last sentence Jilt once with "fake" mummies. There w,. U .............................TliMTtlU ............................ I IMP ......
ave Moran had slowly turned his face, Creek emptied into the Tennessee are certain Y .. ........,.................._ ..._...?................... JmUtp> .
some mesmeric The rocks which caused internal marks beneath the clothIn -*........................ClIgta................... ..... .
u though attracted by river. 01 rLlmllJA w 1 I _........."...............pOOBlVuBv............................. It Up .
fcfloence. toward the stranger. Their the whirlpool were removed by the which mummies are wrapped whichare .. .. / ............................KM Gain.............................. 11 ... ..
bad met and fixed In a strange unfailing teata aa to their genuine- .............".............JlBlvOWC......"..................... tls. ....
i yes_ ,.1ItA were. all star- government some years ago. .... I : .............................s.1.tt1Y............................. .
&rthe v.h e t g ar--- --- pees and theee. It la said the X-rays ...... ..........................._8.. Lael.............................. : ,s ..
nR at th&m.suddenll Place. readily detect. _.. / _....................>....VvfI cMna............................ 1 ....
Octave Moran started to L.a.. m.W.ter' _.1 _.......................... .as.................................. I r' ...
Time was when London was a water. _. ...............................JWMB............................... .. a
feet and dashed out of the room.Kiere The Beard of X.Ia..et. sees eases. e.ss ...... .......................... 8wrl.............................. tafiaLr ....
were thirteen at the table. ing place whose wells If not rivalling A hair of the beard of the Prophet w.. :.._.......................J.OM 8ou4........................... 1 vin ...,..
flashed Into the hand of Bath or Harrogate. were widely famed ..... ............................ J.pltor. ....................... I Or ... .
Something has been presented to the Constantinople _. .._....................coal lBBMak........................ ? SQa
&. pale woman, at whom all gazed and frequented by people from all quar- house by a lady of that city .......................... SMHBIW *.*( ...._................. ..*MS.,)
she fell forward upon the table. In South London there was poor .. ........................... LMdM&fe....,. ...... ..... ... litelite .
.
ind her found a ters. named Fatma Hanum. A great procee- .. a.... Nr.. .<..........M......_i.....LaaOll Qip .....?.................... .
When they lifted they quite t number of spas-Lambeth sion of State officials! and military accompanied "... ... ........... ......MIaaiL...... '.' .............. as "
her heart.
lagger burled In with Wells, which sold water for a penny a the relic when the transfer AdvertisingRate BSTWEXX' MEW SMYEXA AXD ODARUZ CITY JUMCTIOX.IX .
Death bad been more prompt asd gave it to the poor for nothing -
than Bloat quart was made. r II STATIONS ]rs.
tr Us" thirteen her dead bosom that ; 8L George's Wells Sydenham IWftXf *.w Bajna.. .......... ... Ar iW
! They found over Moran. Wells, and Dulwlch Wells being the Lar..t 8 ho.l. IBM j| .. ....... .trttAf"ni."rr'"Li'Orattfta 1
a
miniature of Octave pp $M'
h
light a "'''"' ''' if
of his hair, and a little golden beet known. This Issaldto bethe Jewish.school inWhltechapel 3 i tock .
yeas soft aa down and In her pocket In which Lord Rothschild Sheet t tw. i M.w B yrm, a.a Urxir*U t J Jaaottea Put1/us,>> Sa 4f,
letters That wu alls but Her- ABetct Clay Pi.... takes such a deep Interest The school
some
tense never married M. Moran The British museum contains a very educate 1,600 children<< belonging KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

"';- full collection of clay pipes, dating I mostly to the poorest foreign Jews, and Tk4MaMUatr t< Xtr W,rt.f qe FlwUa Kail OOMI Boiirrtlf OMa ..r l a a
, ,..... .. | ,.
aa &
baa <
nee back as a era.T.e
_.we.BAKU......oa.U Kyw Id wtik......*. lor B.fa.a. Lan Kr: w..TAtm.
A model farm on the American plan custom of waxing the pipe end to prevent Will be Sent on Ap- ( wsawlwlltiwwlb ,..TkaraUri sad Hawr&tft.anlfU Miaal awl aMtalafl
and run with American machinery, It sticking to the Ups was introduced RuiiUB Sceptre. ..M MiuwI liraiL

stock and methods. Is about to be es- I by the Dutch about the feat The Russian state sceptre la of solid n.T.TMiM....tk*__M wkta traiu u4 baatf B.r k*H...(.4>.....ft...
tabtisbed by a Chinese Mandarin 1700. i gold S feet long, and contains among &Itut bwa r. serval. sNtlws. cod t na n' IkMr am**! *r amwtcr* M aka ..*.
.. ........ Loss"01. ls+d INsif .
Shanghai NM pw ns Nny rtywtlbN Jar. 'sty m aw
Who UTCB near Its ornaments 268 diamonds 380 rublat .....is_ e.rWaahi. thirsft
Crowded Oat fey .ollaery. and 15 emeralds. ..p'sty...Kate aM sat. at O "' ''Jar .......JWrr1sW.,.......-
yjyeeada.t ., Q1I". .! 8h.b.. of old swift needles plied plication. .. *> t ,.......... a Ia. ......... .... ..,
Menelek of Abysalnla claimsto When girls .. Old Time Qvllt. k .I........
King Fond swains could murmur at their
bee directly descended from the A quilt was recently exhibited at a

Queen of Bheb being he asserts, the side: fair in Delaware which came over la
the typewriting keys they pound-
from
now -
decent But
oinetl4 f"nt 111 the Mayflower. The figures in it were
would Us voice
is
When man woo
Indian River NurseriesBudded
famous Queen.tlelar.r.'s drowned. colored an indigo blue with a dyeiot.IB .

epla.t.re.No vogue at that time.

city in, 'the United: States Cmmmrr **.4 Psrats. Ia the Middle Ages, Citrus Trees of every variety on Sour Cringe and Lemon Stock; also foil
large line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to this section including
,
Baltimore of seed
are annually
canary
surplus of Iplnlten. Many acres Sand registered the hours during the
a Budded Varieties of Croton
au alItln Mangoes, 50 25 Varieties of
nearest. with only grown in Kent many persons there middle MM. For this black
: purpose Roses
toms' mafda.in Palms. Strawberry Plants Pineapple Slips, Etc. i
pore baCbelorl than A being solely canary-seed farmers. The marble dust boiled nine times In wine

v straw of the canary-seed plant la highly wan a favorite recipe with leaned JOHN B. BEACH, Proprietor .:- WEST PALM BEACH, FUU
worth
"t"lU'l anJ i, otta. '25.ooocJM valued an fodder for horses !monks. k i t ,I






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.. .. .. .... .' -{ t ',' :,, cigars crushed ia my vest p ket"tbl' -" '
I ," -1ill (# CLOCKS d JEWELRY -i East Coast Residents I .1
.. last time I was here. a1 4 !".'
I ;:: ,. v. { 'I fer.penecl With .. :
t ia.is She (colJly-\\..lit don't you think I. EVERYTHING UP TO DATE cwf *

; : -!1 BisIneu Bargains'- hat it was worth it7-Somerville J ; Who visit"Jacksonville are iJl itett.to. visit ;
I' I } ,t. '' Fine Nickle Movement in Screw Bezel, Dnst-Proof Case- ( f
'.\\\u. .' ournal. sent to any address on receipt $ .Oo. ';j i
YI4
::
- m ';: & j.\fifew.aking8uddenly! ( sleep)- ,. -t.. : t's Jewelry Store
?,*- { Fre h line of Candies and fine' line uf SPECTACLES EYEGLASSES. t it t
-
, 'I ** did call? t
: V Henry, you Cigars'at Clematis Avenue Supply More
.
.
Fine Watch and Attended .
r Jewelry. Repairing Promptly tu.ChargKpaidOllUls t I
Ha8bandwho \ --
; ( ) has been spending
: I ,
BAY STREET.
"Do' vou think actnra ought to 35 EAST .
,
r' ., C: previous evening with the boy8))-No; I think oftheintihouhl'ntdo iI1I1ll1W ,. R. J. RILES, I
? "Yes but Hume '
j-" ". .;. I'll raise it flve.-Harlem Life. marry ; tLL' toll *. .. 225 \V.lDaYt Everett Block: JACKSONVILLE. FLA JACKSONVILLE.
it quite so fn-queu- ..2'r .. f' ; ; T

... .. t.' Tresh Bread, Pies and Cakes at Clef tly.Puek.Boat 3 t

.... : ,; matis-A venue Supply Store. bnjlding done right at home, 'in' ': .' .:- J\'J, 1 JtrJW\VNED.: ;.. WHERE \WORSHIP iQreenleaf & CrbsbyCO. I

O Frotn what-1 hear of <. T t'
: Mrs. Hunt
the most approved manner, Rood workmanship ;"., ., } ..; .--J "f' : .

-. : your husband should infer he ia.rj .a and at living prices-: Call on II 9 t

man 61 iron will. 4 CapU A. T. Rose. The Body of a Yoang Woman Pound on A Resume of the Work of the Local ...Birthday and Wedding pr se ,t9...

,
Boca Ratone Beach.

". .' .* M ra.-Blunt-You're right b$ is,and "We've :got new babies 6t our Pastor J e e.. e e e e e. a
_
v:.J>iff'rx>n'at. that.-Richmond Dis.patch -' huurit'." .' .. :: .. 54 1.wnAi1: un "1t6'k r-fieo. II Matby t -- ------

..,. .. ,- ._ "InI1f't-\11 flow many?" : .J.. andUi'sberiff.. -.were c'aUedTo.Jtoca, Ra- The News or AU the Religious Institutions-, DK. PALNE'S LECTURE.An HELLO I mUnt HELLO 1
A .
tllne to investigate' th& 'finding of a d. ml Fontelllnj of Future Cfeurcb
"T"'IJI"d., anol litr pnii'-N'w .
.All kind of Tailoring, Cleaning andTressins''a't '
.1 : : body discovered the day before on the ::: Events.Bpltaopal ; U.. -.e'
York Jiiirnal.
.1 SIRKIXS BAZAAR. beach a short distance below wbret;it Appreciative Audience Hears An In: A.Long; Distance, :Telephone Line'Be

.' "Uo ypu. thbk.cbhgrer fill. dl\ Bicycles Repaired. Rented or Sold atAiIam' i hut floated i:: on a recent tide. ':: : vvlea. teresting And Instructive Address'. tween East Coast Towns.As : .

'' Bicycle Hospital .- Tb bed had' evifl been-in the !1'1I\\P.n Cuwu'u-Bctht-da-by4he-SeL
anything with tbacurl't'ney? i ntly .
RBV,J. N. MCLPURU. Rector. The.lecture at the Union Congrega. '
Well, it rarely doesany thing "I kuo'w you *ill like Fred, i pa.41.iesn't He r war!, rbi' a"coupleoreeksand' the Only RkV..... KlTJAMBS HlSDKV, .\bs't Minitfr.SerTict tonal Church West Palm Beach, by will be seen by' reference another I\

tlrii.k and"My i partof the body that we're"'intact were every Sunday morning. at n o'clock. column a charter is to'b applied for by
wIthoutDetruitNewb .... ,,., -". i i IangIitr:I urn apointed in I he feet which were protected by. the. ur ST. ANDREW'.-MeeW on his visit to historic places in : SQiue of the leading citizens of this section
other : : the Second mid fourth Wetlnexday oi carl on some
Jf Fine Fat.Broilers" Poultryat
Market you, I di J think. )'oii would m8rr1IURD shoes and stockings.: Evidentlv the per ramtn. I.. K.HiNoa*.Director.W. Great Britain.- was delivered to a good' for a telephone company to beknown
Whidden's
. of and the r. AKXITROKQ Jg. Secretary !
: who'wuuld iM-eaMOnally auk son was about thirty years age, szed: audience in spite of the fact that as the Florid East Coast Tele.

o'iKJa d ship a wife was trying to ress materals and shoes worn would indicate phone Company, with its principle place
your floor ol t.t. father out to haveiomethiug. M. B. Church;South. he night was unpropitious on. accountof
comfort her seasick husband and] a person of at :least -moderate the rain that fell almost to the ot business in this city and its first line 1
." Towu Servicei* wiil bo held in their new church up
.:: change the current pf his though t : Topics. means, so far as could be'jnitged by building on llh? First and Third Sunday ol time of the lecture will probably be constructed from this i
each month at II" m. and m. Everyone
7:30 p.
: Darling, bos the,moon come up Allkinds of Shoes for all kinds of folk! wearing apparel. *- cordUlly invlte.1 10 attemi. ". was glad Mr. Paine commenced by stating ,tbat place Miami though its charter: calls >,
-the best-at S1RKIN.BAZAAR. A little less than two dollars were when they said unto me i-it -'a go into the houseof for, and the line will probably eventually 7
when he first crossed the Atlantic
yet? she asked. the Lord. Kir.J. U. W ALKCB, Putor.Congscegatlonal over
.- ouud sewed in a skirt pleat. while another be built Craw Jacksonville to Key
"It" if I swallowed it the in the
was he
has CtllIt'\-Dull't yez open ynre mout', thirty years ago. came clipper
aperature, on the other side of the Cbuvab.Key. West... .
shin made what
and
Medical "Dreadnausht.
Western
weak'.voiced reply.- }im or Oi'H Late head aff .
pf>ey, yer : -
Review. '_ if ntttlikin evil skim indicated & nqptade: ..,sor paper S. D. pjl E. Paiitor.RvnrlcM was then a fast trip of twenty-three days --i names attached to the applicationare

an ytz kall\'b'ittin'th money dir'valuable, \ ,* bfil "open and nt 11 a. m. ant ?:fln p.m. Snnd y without luxuries. A little'over th ooe of wjme of the most progressive
M-b o' and PaNtnrt Uilile 11 >a at 10 a. in.ihrl'tian : i many
.. .. .. Errand Boy Wanted At the Baltimore thoughts! av me an snyin !Iivt'rII'ur. empty. J Endeavor at 6'SO p. m. Prayer two rears'ago he came from Southampton citizens of Dade County which is a guarantee _
Tailor Shop, West Palm Beach. itV i in let Meeting. Wedoetd-.y at 7 p. IU. -.<->:
rU. a ttjaw.Oii1 j for inquest thai businessrigh1
upitjput ; There being no good reason an on the St. Louis in about six days, the company mean

Vialtor-Pat he's dtwinded yez hov, -.New. York. Journal. [ the body was buried and the clothing t floating from the start and County Attorney
.says d *. i St. Ann's: CathelU Chuih. on a great palace.He
..'"..'. from: \oiieof- the: greatest., housed iu i Expert. Stenographer (own! machine)F shoes. etc. were turned ovet to Mr. Beginning with'Sunday.* January I'Ithtber* spoke ot 'his visit to Ireland and R..R. Taylor, who is acting .as attorneyfor

Ireland; .4. '. experienced Bookkeeper,Teacher,Chiperon. ;.Ultby. for safe keeping or identification lit will.10 IHT o'cliK-t Holy MWM a. m. and Sunday Sermon'hVllat every Sunday 8 p.ju, Scotland, among; other places'Ayr.. the the company is pushing: things as

Miss K, X. Quinn Paul Beach 'elcgrams to different parts of tiLe and VeierrTlce at 1tO p.I... home of Robert Bums the fast as legally possible to get the company .
Scottish
poet
:. '.,.: ";':, Miie-'.-Muwha! Sohe dul. rniiny'a On week day YUle will he at T a. m. ; .
b ounfry elicited no information although and to its old castle and under war.Arrangements.
toime-rbn ladderl-Tit Bits. '. 'l..am sorry to hear that Hipplehy Edinburgh <<
.. .: : .' a was nevmly hart in bin flsjht with style and character ot garments: size (jrf t Byenlr11 star !.I.dget fio. 46, other historic places. His description are being made now to

will call to Manicure; Shampoo and Markhum. Heixn'tin shoes, etC, were given Small,'delicate; .- Kntghtaot Pytblaa. of old Chester in England, and the battle have work begin on the line from here

,.. ...: rive Electric treatments.. Mi. ;>s Quinn, any .danger. feet small waist with no corset worn aud : teetaeveiy Fiiday Night*tSu; .o'clock itand- flags in the Cathedral that were carried toMumrjiut U soon as the charter U
,; 1 west Palm Beach. i ia 1..1" ... I IUd tiiiiP. Visiting brothei ordkilly invlte.
\ ,. and finger joints small and delicate all '-Cast'e 1UI1 over lublir School Building by l the Twenty-second Cheshire regiment granted and the gentlemen composing

"Don't know itV Against the "No, he's not in any danger,unle** indicated those' of. a person.' ., .cbt accustomed -I tt71': I.. MRTCAtF.W.\aMiTaUIlGoJa..C.C.K. ot R. & S. _."97. at the capture of Quebec and Bunker I the company:say they intend ;and fully

.;;:c ,: lajrtd''pour': that water. 'into the le makes the mistake of calling to hard work\ 'or much walking. ilill, was very interesting. expect t I
6 !- (" rDtlU'1 siiid a-rjasMrby: Mlirkb lL 8I liar again some 'day."- Up to this day ihere 'i no clue or Information He found in an old churchyard atWrnham" and in working order by the middle of

.;1:! i.; ."..Tm only Irving to ilfowntnn' mi EL--. that is likely to lead to identi- THE.SUN, CORRECTED, .in. North Wales' the burial l.M arch and !sooner if passible.(

6cation, though theories are as plentifulas .. place 'oElihuYale. the founder of Yale
: It is intended to make this line of as
: crobeBj.; sir, said the milkman; with E: F. flames: baa arrived and will be -
amnUe-Yonkers Statesman..No found at. Weybrecht's Machine Shop, stiarigers in town. It will probably One Of, The. Foreign Readers Of*This College. The following line were inscribed much or more benefit to local as to

J a and will do all kinds of repairing-Guns, retfiain' tfnfc; of .the many myste'ncshat Paper Sets U. Right on the tomb : through users of it and \
need tending away from borne for Pistols, Bicycles, Locks and any kind have became part and parcel of the Botn In Aml'rk'a,1u Eufi>p.bred. this object instrument* *iU'.be put !up at

toy boat when Capt. A.. :T. Row can cf iron. work Chair wheels tor sale qteresting, romantic and tragic historyof .- I} S. Clements. Oxford, Enjj., \ la Africa travelled and U Aal* wto
: ; build yon one as fine or as cheap as yon _n-3-tf. this wonderful coast, so replete .with .Jan.' 1.\, 1899.' '/. Where long b.. lived an4 thrived,ID IXIBCOOled. every ,
*. 41 place order. EdltorTa6piciiSs: 'oue wr more prominent places ia every :
.. nJ.. your First bow .. .
Child-Wet
got a baby incident and legend. VtarSi-head with interest an are Much food be dld.aom U\j\ ph.ope aJl'a iv... settlement between here and Miami and

4Wn1yoa hear. : a-. fellow .say the' at our house. ..' .. tide in THS TROPICAL SUN 'ol Decu. And thaL hla. .soul through. miRy"oDIl. to other. prominent or ''important places ;
'"world,oweia.him living, you_ may Second Child-(contemptuously): DELRAY DOISGS.. ...... 1898, on "Christmas i la Oxford" and being 'beaten.v : along the Jiae and the. charge will be !

.: "- \'.know he is one of! its poor' relations I That's: nothing we've. got 'a new Squire Linton was.home from,_ Boynton f a citizen of that city, mat I be allowed Ton For'thla that moot survive certain and read exit to this prepare.tale. take can put at such reasonable figure that it l lWOD't

.4.IetroIt.Fre. Prees- : .': ., papa, at ours. ; with to correct a few statements in the Wbere blest In peace, the action ol the lust bankrupt a person to say a few
fy : and spent Sunday ns. ,
-
"1 .. .. .. article In the first place it is the 'carol'not Smell.weet, and bloutoia IB the diut.- word by wire to friend or. business _
.. \4dams .Bicycle Hospital has agency The chiet occupation of the ..truckersnow
for j the famous \Rambler and. Ideal 'choral' singers who go around the The description of the rnins of Kealu man a station or so distant. fj
COME TO FLORIDA. is to bean poles. \ ,
Wheels. Go there to get them. -get city on winter evenings singing quaint worth Castle, immortalized by Sir The gentlemen who are the organizers ':,')J
F. S. here attending
.. Dewey spent Saturday ,
old songs, some of which have been Walter Scott in his romance of Kenil-
"Once a friend ol mine and I agreed And-Sbare In Its Coming And Certain I ; business of interest to the F. E. song of this company and their attorney arc
by generations of carollers. worth, was good.
many very
to be for the business
4 that it would be helpful for each of "*. C/RyV.: :* '. praised energy
,5 informant
Prosperity. v Your has been somewhat He preached a number ol Sundays in with which matter
they are pushing
'fbe'pnfapP( h iJrjs good '
us WtelI the other his faults. e crop giving misinformed, on the "Boar's Heat old Banbury in Oxfordshire, famous for along and the Florida East Coast Telephone .
"How did it wOlk'l" I agree with our Secretary of Agricul promise; already judging from the number I
Procession.into Queen's College Hall on its cakes and the nursery rhyme Company has oUr best and heard-

to We haven't spoken for nine years. ture when he said that Florida. needed in bloom. Christmas evening." The Boar's Head is "On a Cock Hone i tit wishes for a speedy and successful
more straight 'farming. There is a Dr. McRay and Mr. Armstrong guestsof To Bauburj Croat" etc.
Chicago Record not given to the poor of Oxford. but is
of its
completion line and a satisfactory
Hotel at In few miles. from Ban-
chance for young men who have been Boynton. Boynton. were At Sulgrave a
served that dinner tnQDeen's
same evening at
4 A fine lot of Indian RIer Oranges, trained to farming and stock raising tbwn.Tuesday( and took a survey of the which bury Mr. Paine visited the ancestral working of it and a progressive and prosperous -

also Flonda and Foreign Bananas aDd ttrrrottndio *. College at are present home of the Washingtons, The old career.
those who will take hold and stick tc 5
Apples at Clematis Avenue Supply Store the Provost and fellows of the Collegeand .5.PERTINENT .
business and work. Messrs. Sterling & Russell have. acr their guests. church is full of graves on which are

Flippant Gutfst-Waiter, this There'is cepted the agency of Wilson & Toomers brasses marking the places where the PARAGRAPHS,
now a fine opening in cassava Again, the Boar's Head never holds a -
;J;, Ideal Fertilizers and will hereafter sell of Washington are .
ancestors
George
cheeae is powerful enough to use asiutol1ge .1
.. culture. cane raising and the raising New Testament in its mouth-nothing ..
-
them at Jacksonville quotations.Mrs. b%iried. Un the manor nouse is rue What so rare as a day in January
battery. .horse feed. Cassava.factories are being more, than the traditional lemonandthe
i. and Mrs. Will. Whid.deqofW'est Then, if ever, come perfect days. Out
*' J. Hill coat-of-arms of the Washington family,
: '; Affable"TV alter-It seems to have started, and theje is now a. fair demandfor story of the origin of the processionis .
.4 Palm Beaph were guests of four or five stars and the same number of of the region of songs and stories sweeps
started the; wheels in yer head top this product it will probably; pay not quite correct.
Mrs. H. J. on, General Lee's It looks like small American the phosphorus laden breeze evoking
SttrJiEg stripes. a
'--'- \
>ln annyhow eorr..-Chicago Trib- better than grain raising in the West. The story is that a fellow of the col.
,
from the delicate mechanism of the
I birthday, and enjoyed a pleasant ride flag viewed at a distance.
A large tract of will lege was studying Homernot the New
ane. very country soon brain all of fancies and
through the truck: gardens with Airs F, Oxford and its twenty-two colleges manner new
be opened in South Florida 'Aiitable for Testament) on Boar's Hill (which is on
,
: .'See.th'emt L. Tenbrook. and halls were vividly pictured. The strange, as a cunning musician awakes
.Our (9/x> Suit are the side of
the
Shotover.
cane growing. I would not fear opposite city to
$ SIRKIN'S. BAZAAR.. '.., competition It is reported here that the body of a following entry was copied by Mr. by his genius the dormant melody of afitly
with the tropical islands. Our What the name before was we do not, .:
I ;
tuned instrument.
lady was found on the beach near Boca Paine as an illustration of the good old
.. 'i4anuI1Ia8ld: little F/reddie one soil is as good as thrirs,'we are closer to know but it has been called Boar's Hill !
Ratone, judging-from the appearance of times that some people are pining for, Men may well come hither when they
"*? Spyej5ing;'jjmaj:[ 1'gq ontp.n the stree our own markets, and-the-.,clal surroundings ever since), when a wild boar rushed out "
.' the body she was a,woman 35 years old. when men and women were burnt for are sick to breathe'with'easier breath a
."_ with the-other boys and look at the are more pl aint.J This business of the forest upon him (the forest is nowa
.. -, It is reported that a teleph i -company honest religious doubt It is the expense larger air. As for us we wait for Janu
i, series of small dtsCOnnected woods
will offer )
) ,,:., cQmeU.... .. employment tcfinany ag has been organized. and that we are ta having with him he raised of twrning Latimer and Ridleyby ary's inspirations as sma.ll\ boys in the
p riculturistt.In the.matter ofJborse feed no weapon ,
i <>'ff endear, replied hla ther"rUi.t have phone connection here which will the authorities ef Oxford.: .' North await the fourth o( July.
his Homer and rammed it down the ani
there is world 'of'
room'and
; : 5 :t*;;artc1 la you mighti'get.hurt.: ) !' nity. There a. is a large.and conStant opportu.demand be a great benefit to the community, as mat's throat and killed him. There was. and"One load of fir fagots for, three four shillings loads of One can scarcely wonder at Marie Co-

f7 ',' "No.I.won't. ma uitna"he answered.;: they will be ableto communicate with fourpence ; cartage relli making electricity the secret springof
.
*,! < "-. j i *- ,and but lUUe 'i'tt ntloD to producing no leading home in triumph. The storyis wood, two shillings ; one post one shil-

; '!.". !'I :.ori't-go.. any' .ways.. near. 'it.I ..,"- th .suf>plyiuc .. :"'- the outside VvofUL*. firmly believed here and the collegecoat ling and fonr pence ; two chains, three material and spiritual life, when we
.
;'"D"If.1 a .".,e"9. --- ',.I__. A'd. Aft 'C'1__' fA ...; _A .___ The voun 'peop\e of Linton went to of-. arms-. to- this.---',dav heara__:_._ threeboars'headL .___ shillings and four pence ; two staples, read that hands and feet that have been
114-, ; 1- .. : uuuaiour nuriua3: ',uui as lavor Lantana on the launch Therella and at. -J six pence ; four laborers, two shillings rendered useless by rheumatism are restored -
: ,::;. i-!'' Wa.nted -to--Rent-A Singer Sewing able'to the curing:of f iageops: as that and six pence." .

t ;,a;.0' "'i., ..'Machine.? ; 'Add ss./stating terms, The of the hay producing [section;.. but the tended the party at Mr. Earnest's house; Hoping this may interest you, I am That is'a specimen of the good old: to a normal condition by its use.

'. -Baltimore Jailors, West Palm Beach. daucing was the order of the evening, Yours sincerely, Until weread the,"The:Romance of Two
I season is long, and thelorage are U'IU'S:
I crops dai.to.ty refreshment were served and avery MURIEL M. UNDERBILL.IN Worlds" we had ne conception of what
'I'beatest wrote home so, with : attention 1 See The resattafaYHenly. on the Thames,
prodighlBon many; proper was'spent all .
enjoyable evening
by p t was meant by a phrase we have hurt in
no reason why the. raising of horse; feai] was d scrlb&d. Mr. Paine witnessed the
.ill loU w8.: 4 ,V; li. GremneU'and JolraJ.Schaben. THE NEW NAVY. '. prayer and sermon all ourlives, "The

: : .::"Father-1:: am coming home for .would not be found profitable. get,'of. l'hUadelphla. have bought;the .. defeat of the Cornell, and the next year truth as it U in Jesus." Never did we

:: ;4hu! holidays." The raising of hogs,-sheep' and poultry Keystone farm formerly the property 01 An old Jack Tar had: this to say recently the Yale fjew!: by the Leander' and College give this sentence one conscious thought

':.(:. But the wise father t answeml: is as good a business here -as I in any; O. M. Head, and will plant four acres of about modern'warships: T-hings. crews of England. till we closed the covers of Marie Co.

other of the United States. and for the dresent will reside in are busted wide open. How can a feller Mr. Paine was born in London within relli's '
i-"You'r: ,. 1lilu, Jknaudyou) know part Hogs it, Captain romance, then like a flash came
of these boats? the sound of Bow Bells and be described
swear on one new-fangled ,
,.. You'recominghome for and sbeep ate raised, here. without anyprov.isi Dimick's house on the ocean beach, the knowledge that the Truth as it is in
.1 i.t. / mu u y. He'd sound like fool 'shiverme his old home in vivid and
for their feed a saying, a very
and with
u considerable where they are enjoying daily the ocean Jesus meant the simple sweet narrative of
Atlanta'Con: titution.. timbers!' when there ain't Westminster Abbey
,. f* 1 '_ _'_ L IL .-.- t.._ ptofrt.Ncw: ; with J proper care baths. nary a interesting manner. Scripture as compared with that hodgepodge
r. ----- piece of timber, nawthin but iron from the bnrial place: of England's illustrious -
FOKSALE'CHEAP.- new road cart; and ample food, what.mighC not be of Roaanism.spiritualisni Budh-
used "and Jut the ? First-cla3< LITERAKY AN ASOCIAL CL.UB.j bowlto: stern. A feller can't take a reef dead : the new houses of Parlia.
Light "is
SIeves: roomy, dune $ ,mutton high, 16 aism, theosophy, electricity and what
the rands this. section. Inquire ... : in anything, he can't belay there's no ment, that cost over ffiteen millions of .
.. .thing cents eT-iunnd-beingpaid at pur winter not.
The usual meeting was held on Thurs belayin' pins, V he can't use o' dollars Trafalgar Square and the mon .
any ;
: at TUB SUN.office._ ; ;'J hotels.l Could nbt'eariy lambs Jbe raiied '
: Thurston
: :' for the Nonhernznaeketsr: JVultry and day, Jan. 19th, at 3 p. m them! old words which hez made the ument to Lord Nelson, who defeated the Harry Peek's objection to

:lY ;; ','attaveiiI! Two dead men In winter. ..'Both. the.president; and vice presidenbeing navy I.suppose: a feller will now hey Spanish and French at Trafalgar and the higher education of woman as detailed.in -
fpr our trade.pay welK"k| ij
.;;.:., :th btreeU! What!: do 's this mea'n1'"Just"a ;-- .eggs i . ", ,. 'M' aeiifss.; JR. Anthony. was tier yawp,rUnrivet me plates!' 'Douse was killed in that battle; he saved the Cosmopolitan will prove as

4 Persons; troubled with lung End throat me searchlight: !' 'Smash !' effective in stemming-the tide of eventsas
differereuce me fightin'
I)f opinion. elected president, pro tern. top England from invasion by Napoleon ;
difficulties should make their permanent or 'Foul me screw!' or something o'that: a small dog's barking the of
of Nathaniel shaft stopping
"A difference of opinion? A biographical. sketch England raised the superb granite J I

o>'...." "yt'st tjiey'll! be"buried uhn.: We.,,.h? les In.;F1o }lcta. ,herhe} could enfres'h Hawthorne, by Julian Hawthorne, was sort.-Ex."I tell yer things hez gone- t'''ell. in memory of that grand achievement.The a train. As civilization approaches its .. """4

'.. .. "joy outdoor p" .air" and. 'sunshjpe. provided read. by MJ.SW.R.. Mosesk .', .. ...Sr tower and other buildings were consummation,more and more must the

,..\;. -alwaysbury t 11"'t'land differeNt4.of, i'lkiu! orjiilion they'are yet ailebodiedcone.jf; moi?c'h'armVnV piano and mandolin SOMETHING ABOUT HEADS. described, and the burial plac of the hand that rocks the cradle have behind i..
p flere: Dfoall'r. i time, an4 With sufficient moiiey. to'en it
trained
a and
teeming brain. The
duet the Misses Clow. Watts the
I was given by Wesleys, Dodridge, Bunyan, {
L'L-. .;,".,.A- i ,, -.f fifteen in gage personally! .itt. bntdoor'occupations. The reading of "Tbe tfWe Of Seven The following is an extract from a immortal tinker. Some curious epitaphswere crowning race that is to be will have the
.
;:...". lD-tfi; splendid.violin f3aisCQndiuon, ; 'can yt8";be bought use, Many such fully.v recover1*.. '. i and' -".*dd'. many Gables" was begun by Mrs. W. H. San small boys essay on the head: "There'sa read that he found in churchyards, love of all the ages passed on to them

yeartcsefmA:\ hyesr.. .,. :<-, ders. ,..'..- '-Jj-' lot of kinds ol beads, red heads, wood. which were amusing. from mother's lips.

.f f or'"I Jjwt': :Insrfnme'nt "guaranteed.a There/never waa 'time"probably en heads, soft heads, cabbage heads, .
at four o'clock to Painehas been invited to As wine at sacrament
"JLadres's "''Vi lin,1t care TKOFICAI. SUN. Adjournment Jan Mr. give they'll taste and
when investors kve.be& such.' bawld iea4s,.and so.4th. Pa's
!
I :opportunities got one,
... .. 26th. this lecture future time when V**.
.w. i .. _ again at. a B. H. S.8he .
'lue, .". 1dolIBiggle[ ashe_ opened .- offered as now...especwUy. Jn the I -- it's a bawld; ma.she's long headed; pa more can hear it. He intends to lectureon .S.

biB morning pajw, "that a orange section, because of our.recent EPWORTH LEAGUE.' ,.. he's bull headed, but I'm red headed "From Paris to Waterloo," and opened the door at the agent's

drawbacks: in orange culture. Hnn and level, too. Tae smart end of a boy
has been formed. knock.
chair trust "From London to Constantinople, at
dredi of have exausled There will be no special at W his head, when -
grove owners all] program except he gets
"
There was n ).need for his\ young some time in the future." "Madam, be .began
their means, and would df'pose.. pf! part the next regular meeting of the league spanked. but the smart end of a bee is brusquely,

i".' ', ,; daughter to'1utVIt blushed sored.Ha of their groves at the investor's own but the regular prayer meeting Service not there. .Oh, no. Pa says if a feller S. "where ia your hogbandT"T'really

bad not thought of the trust price. Many ot these groves under the will be used instead. ..... has a .head he will get ahead; in this JIe-What id thin, dear don't know," she said

which she and heratfianmlwete wont new system of protection, will be entire. The services will begin at the usual *orl
to nut in" gnerhair,-Cincinnati En- ly safe and profitable investment's.-, time,.- p. mj Sunday afternoon ..andeveirY when he gets out with the boys."- He-Isn't it rather small for its Then the door closed of its own ae.cord. .

qnlr r.' I II. Hasktll in Jimes-Union & Cit1ze..., body iicordlarfv inviteato tteud.I Hudson (tX. Y.Republican.) weight?-Indianapolis Journal. .-\York Evening Journal.
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