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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: February 2, 1899
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 09716137
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System ID: UF00075915:00549
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Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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lCvH rr f.mon llltM, ,mm rue rioricu uN::*: r ,1111J: WEST PALM BEACH, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1899. TOLUIB in, HO. 51. I


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O'Donobue, the photographer before : all be about salt water fish and the most
PURELY PERSONAL. LIVELY LOCAL LINKS. THE ,COUNTY TIDINGS HERE AND THERE.Scraps
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leaving on the evening train. them will be t\ughtfrow his own dock. :-

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Ceo. S. Adams proprietor of the City Sun's W. H. Sanders is having a little more

People as They Come and GoPeopleYou Market kit this morning fur Ft. Pierce: What the Men Heard In The A Boget of Interesting Items From clearing done to the west of his house of News About This and That

May or May Not Know. on business. Lively Local Whirligig. egUIar Correspondents. around his apiary. ana Different Things. .

.___ _...- Mrs. G. A. Kaiser arrived from Juno -"- -...-. Capt. C. E. Merchant returned with ..- .

A Melange of renoullteml-VlslLonlD yesterday to spend a day or two with. A Mirror of Minor Happenings, Aeel- Very C refa/] ( Complied: and CoafiaeJ to that his launch Monday from the caaal at the Newsy Xoto and Items of Interest to>> '

the City and Citizens Visiting friends in this city. dents Coming Events and a ; kith I\of Most f Dtere to the foot of the Lake where he went with: EverDO*.]? In General a.rof Nobodyin

.Oat of the Clt,. H. W. Palmer spent Sunday in Jupiter Galaxy of Current. Gossip., Ct! !"M of Dade County Prof. Cory Part eaten .

visiting friends and looking after .- *- .. M Tuesday night on invitation of Mrs. V. .. '

W. Stone Smith end are again things on his homestead.J. A week from next Tuesday will be St.Valentine's 9 S-f'DEI.8AT; DOI GS.i O. Spencer a large; party gathered at her The Hibiscus: has been greatly im-

"at home"on the East Side for a season'senjoyment H. Roys and daughter Clara, of Day and its harbengirs are f. .. East :Side! residence at Lake Worth to proved in general appearance by the recent -

already here.Cocoanuttrees. 31 help her celebrate the birthdays of her addition of new blinds: for every win
_______ Lyons, N. Y. are at Hon.E. N. Dimick'sver Mr*JJ..K, Lytnan was in Boynton on
grandanghter Miss Florence and her dow in this popular hotel. .
J. N. Parker, of our Dixie suburb, baa on the East Side for the winter. have been set out on buaaes|last Saturday. --- ,
grandson Mr. Harry Redifer and the
nothing to do just now but nurse a sore the Lake front this week and sand haul- Prof. C. B. Cory left last Saturday
Fred Voss wife and child were guests Huckleberry bushes are in bloom and coming of age of the latter. It was a
arm and visit friends both in bis imme- ed for filling in the gullies and leveling i morning for his houseboat down in the
of Mrs.A.B. Otwell Wednesdayreturningto give promise of a large crop.. surprise party to both and was well plan
diate neighborhood and here in town and off the grounds. canal at the foot of the Lake and will
their Hypoluxo home that same W.. R. Stansell, of Kissimmee, is a ned and happily carried out The party
doing tt down caual with the
J Is probably go on the
_' evening. Washington's Birthday is fast ape guest of his daughter, Mrs. John Marshal from town were brought up in Dr. Potter's
V\V. if' :bit.
Indian'arrived boat
Anderson, of Springs' Ind., Archie Hutchinson, of Dixie, is ex- roacbiag and if it is to be celebrated its launch by Charlie Layton under poas -'--

here last week on a visit to his petting his friend John Der, trom St. time a program was made ont and the Mr. Marshal in the chaperonage of Judge and Mrs. Hey- At last accounts nothing further has
John came from the
brother, S. Anderson, of this city, and Louis, in a few days to spend the winter necessary steps taken for carrying y out. last ser,their sou Stuart accompanying them, been heard in relation: to the body of the
Everglades Friday and good
here the remainder of reports
will with him
probably stay
down Boca Ratone
_- and consisted of Misses Louise Waters woman found .on
success'.
Rev. J. R. Walker has been engaged
the winter and possibly longer.C. Frank Waters one of our Florida and Gussie Moffatt and Messrs Emile beach and the probabilities are U will:
the first part of the week in designing: a Mo John Brown, of Hypoluso.
I. Cragin and wife arrived last Fri soldiers, arrived home from Huntsville > Anthony, C. H. Hill Marvin Pope, never be identified.
comfortable seat for church in the '
pews w> T. guest of Mrs. L. G.. Lyman --y
C t1 night from Philadelphia staying over Ala, Sunday night, his company having Frank Waters, Oscar Cbeathain sad
Methodist Church, of which he is the Monday. The Ladies G.i ld of the East Side
at the Royal Poinciana till Saturday been finally mustered out of the service. 4- Wilbur Yarborough. Besides the town
earnest aud energetic pastor. Church: of Betbesda-by-the-Sea met at-, '
When they went up to their own place on Jesse Gould and wife, of Boston, after Services were held in the school-house party there were present from Lake Mrs: J. N. Mulfords at the rectory last" ;

the East bide above Lake Worth. a trial of Miami, returned here Tuesday Since the large catches of a couple or Sunday, evening conducted by Rev. Worth John N. Clark wife and baby and week Thursday and bad a very pleasant= .
three weeks the fishe men have had Mr. Thornton, of the Baptist denomination
ago Misses Grace Alcott and Bettie
Druggist E.H.Dimick has just ordereda and are at Green Lawn Cottage in this *' Hanong, and well attended meeting. .
but indifferent success though they have .
from Francis from
fresh supply of paregoric and soothing city for the season. had their nets out every night that the Mr. Hnbbard came' in from the Ever- Mangonia Figulus Misses Ruth A.Rowleyand Rickards, Rose I Dennis Storr, the Bahama negro who

K syrup as he says he expects to need it W. L. Woodcock, a prominent lawyerof last employed at the hotel
ocean.was not to rough gladtt Tuesday, bringing a large number Sanders, Bessie and Mary Rowley and was season
1 for his new daughter that just arrived Altoona Pa., is a guest at Green fishing pier, is busily engaged: this year
wfine otter hides. Messrs Warren and Milton Dick Willie
Mr. Richard Hone has sold his horse
i last.Saturday. Catnip tea, is also good,
Lawn Cottage and enjoying himself all taking out surf fishing parties. He says
r..ne to Mr. Myers, out on the fresh water vf J nperature Sunday evening was Gale and Alex S. Rowley and the home
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I !- + [-/1"-- ._ pecan, ,rSfifLere: '. than he
: ; wl .r '" x V 0. h&has more parties _can_acwm-
Mrs. Gen W. Sears and daughter Josie : ridge. Mr! Hone's favorite exercise is held up by the presence of Some young party consis ng'ofms. Spencer; modate. -

who have been staying here on accountof Lucius Moore of Hudson, N. Y. rowing, and In the future he will depend men from Boynton with their thermom- the hostess, Mrs. Bellow Capt. M. E.

the tatter's health for the past: few who spent last winter over at the Inn, upon his skiff for transportation.Joe eters in their pockets. Spencer, wife and children and Chas. There was a rumor afloat that the Van-

took a trip to Nassau first but is now settled Redifer, wife and children. The usual derbilt Barton-Depew-Webb Company -
weeks left thin morning for their homeat -+. --
Jefferson does not fish of land
always who own a large tract just
at the Inn again for the winter. birthday cakes with the requisite number -
Little River, Josie being entirely wel over on the pier,.but occasionally slips MANGOm UUTTERIXGS.We of candles on each were in evidence. north of the inlet, were about to make

again. T. C. Pope, optician from Tampa off and comes over on the West Side J some improvements on their property
Several useful the
given to
presents were
Edgar Fries of Philadelphia accom- amved Tuesday from Jupiter and will and fishes off of some of the wharves hear no complaints about the weather young gentleman and lady in whose honor but we could learn nothing definite in -

panied by Miss Fries and Miss Mae Jor- stay here a couple of weeks and then go north of town-with his usual luck. up in this neighborhood.Mrs. the entertainment was given. Games regard to it. They have a fine tract of

who were visitors here last inter} on to Miami. He travels by horse and land and should let it unimproved.Have .
ley, not lay
buggy. All railroad trains from the nortk seem Will Poland and baby were visit were in order before supper and after
visitinglhere again being comforta- _
are bly located at The Palms where theY expect J. S. Collins and wife of Mooretown, to be pretty well filled with passengersbut ing at Geo. A. Gales this week. the repast, which was of the usual quantity any of you seen any robins lately?

those going north are noticeably of and quality dancing and other The fact is they are nearly or quite all
to for a few weeks. N. J. are visitors over at the Inn for a Ex, Mayor Geo. B. Swift Chicago,
stay few days. They have been visitors to nearly or quite empty these days the arrived last Friday and is now at his amusements were indulged in till the ar. gone but we wont accuse the shooters of .

Clarence G. Phillips, one of South the Lake several times before this in tourist migration still being southward.Paul East Side winter residence.No rival of the launch from town notifiedthe being entirely to blame for it though P

Dades best known and highly respected that it tiir-e to bring the The main
guests was to extent.
they are some
years gone by and also readers of the C. Jones and E. H. Dimick have more work has been done on the
young men, was married last Sunday at entertainment to a close, which was reluctantly cause of the absence of the;birds is that
call and
SUN. Mr. Collins favored us with a purchased removed from Hon. Geo.B. county road from Riviera this way yet
Madison to Miss Nita Blalock, of that done and all departed for their have finished season's
,
they their stay
.
Tuesday and promised to come again be. Swift's home place, Edgewood, five and it needs doing very much.
place. Mr. Phillips brought his bride fore leaving for Havana. hundred orange trees for planting on homes after bidding their hostess a kindIv here and have started on their migration '

down to Miami this week where they weir. island' in. tie southwest Can't say what was the matteritwas I'J an revofr -and- vistim,?. thpirrmna.--.. J---" sort h war d" '

will make their home temporarily.Mr. H. Miller, of this city, received a tele- property' glades not the fault of the weather this time friends whose birthdays they had so joy- "
of The canal
"Chester
town. dredge now at
gram last Thursday that his son Charlie -but very few of the residents from this celebrated returns of
happy
ously ,
Washburne of Chicago returned many work the Lake Worth and Jupiter .
Ed. The has on
who had just returned to Miami had been Congregational parsonage section attended church in town Sunday.The the .
from Havana where he day. canal, will soon be equipped with a new .; '
Saturday been
embellished
just by a coat of paint. .
taken with a relapse and was quite sickso steamer Denny and dredge Ches- ---* ,
has enjoyed a brief sight seeing trip. H. W. Palmer suction attachment, bell or funnel
the His
being artist.
be went down that same night and ter are still working to get the mud out of THE "PROYIDENCIA" CRUISE.
Saturday night a bachelor dinner was skill is so appreciated that his services ... shaped which Mr. Reese, superintend
brought Charlie home and Dale also as the canal up at the head of,the Lake and
at the Beach Club in honor of his have been secured E. 'Brelsford ing the work, believes will materially
given M.
by The cruisers of
the
Bingham yacht"Providencia"
the latter was far from well. Lale..was making some progress at last accounts.
return at which covers were laid for five well enough to return Tuesday night and to paint a couple of cottages" over on the I were heard of at Miami increase her pumping capacity. The
East Side. There are two vacant cottages on the hood is made the Merrill-
intimate friends at the Beach being by
his ,
.of
did so but Charlie U here yet under "jiis Lake front here that visitors could : last week and were well. They left the

lIon. A. W. Taylor and family of Salem mothers care. .f Miss Heart Tyler ,.lid. niece, Miss up and I latter part of the week for the Keys and Stevens Engineering Co., of Jackson-
rent for the winter we prei'me their
firm of iu kind in the
0., mho are now comfortably locat- Col. A.J. Kirkwood, of Chicago and"A Heartley Aruiendi, are, : hoof a pa'rty distance from town. should'ba no draw will probably not be bear from till they South.ville, the leading '

cd in the Wilson cottage for the season, Lake Worth property owner, was a guestat from Ovrensboro. ky...'who were over back. reach Marco.

.are enjoying our balmy climate, the Sib- the Seminole last Friday night and on the East Side fort few days but We have just recei\e later news from : The acreagef tomatoes in this immediate
The -houseboat at the Flakier place vicinity is nothing like as large as
ing, wheeling and outing life that maces'' left in the morning for his place.'.up on liked it so well here they-came over and the "I'rovidencia" cruisers stating that
hauled out into the Lake Monday former and but few
been
was has
life so agreeable here during the monthsso the East Side a short distance above took up permanent quarters at the I they arrived at Key Largo last Saturday.. it in years
and towed to the inlet the steamer I ale being shipped as jet but those few
Earman House and intend and
disagreeable: tu the north and west. Lake Worth. As he-was well provided. to stay I U' Pft They report nothing very startling so ._
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L k h d h ?
a e ott asstsllng a n "u""' luv ace oues. least bide used tu
tn-mseives iiug I are ii.c; L/C
with fishing tackle and took soote bait enjoy as long as they PC"I far on their trip thuu b tbvj had quite at
Reverends. A. Jones and George sibly can.;. ./ the motive power. the pace: where nearly all the tomatoeswere
along it is probable'that the fistf!. ate ? I little spott in capturing :a Jarge; shark I
Wolsey, of Philadelphia were guests at Church Geo. W. and raised but now millionaires: have
commenced coming out of the water for Congrefitioi.al Rev, S. D. Mrs Stars daughter Josie (dimensions not givtnjat Hiilsboru

the Seminole over Sunday. These gentlemen his amusement long before this. Paine Pastor. Services at n a. UL and of Litlle River came up from town Inlet and a Kw Spanish mackerel) outside tbtir residtneesu there and don't

are priests of the Roman Catholic '.t 7 p. m. Sabbath: School at 10 a.m.Christ. Friday and visited old friends in this vicinity -I as they txit tie ocean; route from have to rEY on their vtg,.table crops fora

Church on their way to Havana where R. A.Rouse and family of Danville, ian Endeavor at 6,25; p. m. Prayer meeting till Monday viheu they went to i i Hillsboro Inlet to b Biscayue Bay he c nall. living hence the Mn&.l: acreage of torn

they expect: to be located permanentlyto I1L, were guests of the East Side last Wednesday 7 p. m. All are cordially town on the Eclipse.D. I not giving them tcou :h sea ruom to .U'X:S. ______

administer to the spiritual needs of the winter and liked this section so well invited. The Ladies Aid Society of the A. Allen is now running: his sail s'eerin I Nicholas: M. Smith, o! Baltimore: a

soldiers. that they ha\e come again bringing with Congregational Church met at the par. boat for tourists and probably makingas ; i I' Thy spent about four days at Miami: .gust at the Pal:u. in running on the

Sam. C. Clow, after several enjoyable them S. W. Baum and wife, Mrs. SarahJ. sonage Wednesday afternoon. A good much or more than he would have I' leavic'there:) last Thursday and they I I i.djie to( get oft of the rain, fell breaking s

weeks spent at his winter residence at Stewart, Mrs. Sarah Jackson and Silas number were present and refreshmentswere done in the Custom Service at Mi..nu.1 I were to !leave Key: Largo llut S"n.liy I: hu left arm 1 between the shoulder
last his northern. Dickson and wife all friends and neighbors I I
Dixie left night for ed. ad cb.)1He assisted
theo
sen We don't think Dwight will! l.-se much morning and expected to hat Cope Sable I was to

V home in Minneapolis Minn being obliged aud the whole party is now to be Misses Anna and-Martha- Atkinson, of by staying home this wiiUr. I TutatUy from where we wul: probably I :.'1 ,c house where ris arm was temporarily
of business. found at The Palms in this city wher
to return on account Kingston N. Y., are guests at the Sem C. I. Cragin and wife arrived at Reved' tear from thui a.sa'l1. I set by Lrr. Curtis, view York

.lie regretted very much being obliged togo here.they make their headquarters while inole. They are nieces of our fellow Ete, their beautiful East Side residence \ ..a.-- who j..rtotat"1 ly l happ rned to be pre eut.Mr Q,

but not more so than his many friends' townsman, M. Downey and visiting WE WONTTEU,. 5iIli.41 t.-/ "rtcd he me to the 4
and W. 1Metcalf last Saturday and are not orJy! lo- I
Saunders
him leave. Attorneys W. H. Palms and Dr. Potter c '.e.t. At latest kf
did to see here for the first time. Thev are so d th r f. thewint bu t ar e arer I
-- --- -- tae e e
left yesterday morning tor the rf I Of course we ate not suppose! to know
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Guests of Rev. A. M. ontan, of St with I well pleased with the difference in the : ranging: to entertain a party of their I a'coicts he was doing finely and expects \f c
editorial homestead near Jupiter thing aboct the capsize of the''Dru- ,
any be able ILh before
to to again
long. ;
the week were Rt. climate between this place and their
past friends that later.
a''s Church they expect
supplies for not quite a week's cic",! wn the Lake last \\'ttk much less: ,
Father Kennedy, D. D. Bishop of home, and so delighted with" what they Mrs II. Dck add daughter Myrtleand Sunday the go; \"unn.ent transport '
et. which they will try to sojourn'l J. to tell anybody about it Dv>r at to how
N. Yn Rey. Fathers Green find here that they wish to stay as long Chester o3 Ph'rr. Beach fur several ,
Mrs. Geo. W. bears and daughter lay
Syracuse fruits of the gun and rod. It :: wet Sad C. Clow got an 1 what dangerhe
of Saratoga, N. Y., as they possibly can for they enjoy :there I hours whi.e '/'. Williams of \ t
McDonnell Capu i
I and hoped that some of the kind neighbors' I Josie were v-siurs on the ndgr las bat- and his sister Nellie were ir and; lean

I and Rev. Fathers Connelly and Jones there will see that the gentlemen don't I I.sUne. so much. uaday, the'little Misses Myrtle! Dick :and !i rescued them nor nothing: about :its being the ship and G.I Chas Gardner, cfthfi ( '

of Troy N. Y. These gentlemen were I I L. J. Ballard, who is one c-f: the wirier Sarah Gertrude Rowle; celebrating theirbirtbcaS .: way out in deep water and that Sn ;| Thirty-f!. Michigan U. s. V. 1,. cau.e

for their health and to see the arrived residents in this while I that day the older ones 1- ashore U, all?!;! to 'men:e unportantdispatches. : !! i
here Commodore E. M. Goodall :I city, fishing last on thinks now be is not as much of i deep ;

country, and also in the interests of here last week with his yacht Nemo Friday, caught a nine pound sea trout sisticg.; All had A pleasant time.. I water sailor aj lie fomerly tLott''af he i: Tat Sight of the: bi,* hip with

their church. They have continued being on a cruise, having: come along I which we believe, is the largest on record -I A, J. Kirkwood, one of our most regular I Yi.i anJ thit Miss i Xell-e says that b.'c- \j(her leeks crowded with vl
southward. the north and expectingto for this season lIe elateaover will! trust other ; fcr Cuba, all wav.:.,( 'kerchiefs to people l
their journey the coast from was: so inter visitors and expert fishermen after she some fii.'s:
1 on ?.hp.... r.ipr; ftnf..*. she n.J.'.!...,. iVetir K'.vtr...?..
his fortunate "'' n v.
Moore D. D. Roman I go to Hat ana before returning. The i, eaten that he stopped is over at his East bide place again for brother to take Ler oat sating instead other '
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Rev. John p'ayed' patriotic: .ails was, a iiipressive i ii
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this diocese arrived yacht is sloop rigged and has naptha ; at O'Donohue's, photograph gallery: on the wiuier having arrived the-l..tt"r. own--of cai.u.e we know nothing about -

Catholic Bishop for night and was auxiliary power and is a fine specimenof his way home with the fish and had its part of last cek. As soon 13 he gets the I all fits std we wou'dn't till if wed ,i oat iri'letd. Maav of Lhe guests of the ;'
Wednesday i
here last week till Thursday ; the ship-builder's &.rt. besides being I II. picture taken and will send copies of H I Chicago smoke cleared oct of his. throat:,I i.l anti an.)budy would t>e ru.1 m.an lo I II hotels were esrxeidUy: interested in then

a guest at the Semiuole his very conveniently arranged inside. :: to friends in the north aud wntt them to I I and his lungs filled! with some of o'reihtliaratinj -i| say an}thing aV/u' it tn}a ay and Sam I I .'tic vessel a" the one ;a which they
continued journey .
be II tad crv3."tJ lheocr.. btu, she
night when I. and A. Grungy two.. com here aad try their !uck : back north it \\pnt & was a .
N. so Lallien
intention to visit Miami Messrs. Fogg ;;;:: Like Worth air we can expect has goo I II ,
his I ,< Inner Jf 3
M the tllAmer-
it was --re- I regular pn. eIjKlr
south as him and C. W. ', then 'IL'A1 I
so
by the friends, accompany 1 I some fresh! fish stones alongsideof agaia this winter aryho
West and return Line, running under the of
iCo-o name
and Key from Jupiter to Key 01dGotroi"IloveyouMii;j La-! we will not:.
will sink
He celebrated morning Carlin acts as pilot which Joe Ie "rwn'svarus Consequently say 'Eg : :ie Cuy of Chester airter ship to the ;

way of Tampa. Church Thursday West. The Nemo left yesterday morn.1 btl-I could die i for you." MiSJ i ii 111' : into utter lEfeigniicance. By the way, about u, to u-c w5'l i.e any tte \.a..r I City of Pans arc C.ty of New York, of \

mass in St and AMI Ml for his picture to I.I ing headed south.: kl:"How soou-Xew York Herald.1 Colonel Kirk wood's fresh fish stones will and we wi.r be SaC.' the tame l te.


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I; FOR DEE SEA WORK. E'LLIONS'OF- FLIES I I.- AMNfi BUSIXE&FIRMS: llathushek\ Pianos !'' ODOOGIIUEtVC-

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*\* Aituiaut of >iu ry One r.mkl. !.. 11
tppcarlii Ae jinn With Ironic ..
a ,
hose this Paper
A HUGE SPHERE OF CAST IRON TO .
\' .pet Cult lul. ct I pun tJn.

I- V. .-,. .. -RESIST, 'ENORMOUS PRESSURE. Professor' Howard of the,Washing- Alphabetically.I. .r I Pianos That Have AHibjJutati' n ;, THE ..ALL 'ROUND? : .
second err
ti> ii-iftf. "htJJ the
'
V 'n Entomological: Bureau has made i

I t It CM K. Worked M a Depth of Mon careful comput. ion. and declares I I. NK't.a k nil that h.\" cl'Mul the) lest of I

} Tha m a Quarter of JlU8-l'r0911104 in tune an IPIKtiivfi. .-il ii,< itn''i =PHOTOGRAPHER,
fem..i one
m a single fly may \\v County Stair Bauk, I
!tV V' V Wl.h AH Sorts of Appliance to Facilitate M.-ion become the ancestress of \\'-"t Palm Beach critical inic-n-iHiininevi ty w.->.\. i 11' s-

'V; :, the Work. ',. i.286.103.628,713i59.320 flies. This --...-- They Are Not J I Hiiou.f: t,. *t".y in We*! Palmi a

{r- Now aa inventor has come along mate all the i
: proses fiat progenyd
BARBERS: uui Ir -i, that huvfKfeu
dl\ +hns
ff; with a new apparatus. It is a diving descendants g, aeration after gen- Vm Schaudt, Wot Palm Beach rented | 1 .ti !', rt'i'i_is sjiii Juljinparvil!! to -;. .,
ve.Mi.arul IbetU'lfTH M
'" .1.j'
I bell and is designed especially for very ition survive aLd enjoy favorable :U GI.tUi.iU. \\ J i.-'jcIlh Work jc I .atrous. ? "r
.. as rtrattly hiyl, \
"great! bargains, nor ate
deep work. auditions for the propagation of the f',tm Beach : -

I oft \ they "rbeap, low jratle" |>iainn> 'Iu" ....
I It la essentially a huge sphere t..es-whkh condition of things does s.- :J ::' d J' .

: cut iron because a sphere will of jt occur In nature. :, made! to wll "at half |>rif-." I :to '" :I j

: Bourse have the greatest strength in irb a figure is too vast for us to A IH*. .. i' *tll .-...n i, Every Piano Is New I ..

resisting the enormous water pressure.The and we must reduce it to some ..;I' Ik 4i, \V KlhalErll: ,=11d. .. Sic
asp .. and every pan i is tna.uin the 1 a c. a ODP ti Masonic Btei c cI
II'\' iron ia covered with oilcloth three -s of reckoning.( By the very ac -- > : llatbu.-hek ,

[I V inches thick. :rue weighing of one member of the -- 0 : 1"''1J' ::-. .<:-- F-iv'tcry,
,..' in the ... which is Ii guarantee lhaul will WhSI PALM bEACH.
On the top is a hand rail ibe of windowpane buzzers theelht -" I

center of which it door through be centi- last lifetime. .
t a trap was found to two ._.5. J JI
.J which the workers can enter. Then T .itii-es; that is, it would take 1.400 iAi Why Take Chances
-. : : : !! V, id 0.en January 16,1899. !
the door la screwed down and the apparatus rrr.ke avoirdupoise. s
eg to : an ounce has Welshan, Jacksonville on fhap pianos when th- Old:

.. la made air tight. ejsurement showed that the creatures ,; 0 ,. ? nod Ri.liaMc MalliuoheK eau '.... THE BOYNTON ;

The diving globe is constructed to .. four-tenths of an inch long. -..-
.. bought at price and tfri'is lu
work at a depth of about 1600 feet Wh these figures we can arrive at : KNf.iAi.i.i : : \ M'KVKYOk. ..Give suit \oti ? There are nn r.- I hall A !i.K saut an.l 1 I lotivt-nifcitt lintel just f

;.., that Is, more than a quarter'of a mile. line interesting coac-lcsions. To make anVlin Stircii.CM Palm BcacbDENTISTS I h i ..i.-l i-twlv mn.i I i
There is not any light that far: down pound :! .tOO flies would be required. ... 15,000 Malhuiek! Pi.n.in tiii .'..n !!tae ii iii t..t. 1"w1 of I5oji.t..n

fe the ocean, at least not enorgh light itch: means that 50,176,000 of the lit- the ouih. "You 5>hould; l Have .4.. f IxtkrV..'rlli: l> i he inlib *'ulh ...i

r to see by. But this is provided for. !Ie pests go to the ton. .:. ach ll nr." of P...... Ise!'ch. C:.ii iot' .tat hell !t.y F.
Tbuiua
> A < <*
in front Yett Genuine Mattiu.hek Pianos E. C. 1 k. R. or hy I liui:;, h. s-til l oat orb 1
flies!
There is a powerful lens placed Try and imagine a ton of .\ PuK, \\ca.ui lU.uh: :

.. of the machine through which those ; is a.olc.1\'h an ex-nodinary quantiy. 1'nnW, C': ".".. are only -old ((13 i eaiiicri A qtl. I J..l.-f, will 111 i n-taut sum.ui.dii'Xa !j

Inside can see plainly. : A good-bizeJ elephant weighs ten .
LUUiiKN<ATkS'S. M II. i" parses whr aih' t.) reiinM f..raj
Stationed in front of the lens is an it would be balanced on the ,
tons, yet ii
::-M ( .';.ISJkS: Fred Kuhii f :11I a''<-I'. :M.> iiuel.j.;, d.t 1jc..imul lijiu.t.e
lectric light of enormous power. Tbs! vale by only! a proportion of the num- : l nino!. \:. -' I'tl,,;)teach 29 Eat :.. ..i i SvUI lclI. !-' or.ia: nay firm tie ., j
Bay ,t. JacksoiMil I.Iaalib'cri'e \
Of course, is worked from the ship jer of tiies meLtui.ed: by Professor: -- ...-. Th hUrl Jmrlv; oi Lr...'. ia..l.oiia howls y.

from which the machine is lowered. Howard. V : P..oIL No f'rn..div. I:" ,tIfTu",s. eve: :)thing !
hR\'Ht'lI"o.... alt CLJTIIISf;: -- ... _...
-
Calculation shows that Ho wards p---- \ ...... -- j.'i 1. .a.t ...eu Mklai. ... ",
', .
r mil I" C.j rooms (
enormous figures would make 8.9UO.- 1 } ( the 4tILL [ 1
'. I > t or ( !h..;-,rlik Lbl i 11 nil t' tan l.e oluanird! -;
000000.000 fly-elephants.! Hut the re- Ctrl Sr'in hnrk Wrst Palm Beach ai
for Jr OJM tt.,t a..t II-., 'ani].>. SjtiuJra'is Y'- ,
remarkable nature of the statement is Dave Singer Jacksonville ---- -- __c. ii\ the i.i'-irh I.

not fully apparent wuboiH a little mOle --..-- Ci i "' sit.tli. -stni tuilhei particulars.: i
Geo. S. Hacker Son ;i iSS2
arithmetic. jI
.Y easy : r 1
Ti'!i .I (
t : r.: 1:0J'nltJlI: ( F'1i. ,
jI ,
To present the evil of overcrowdingamong if..1. "'-.\:!- & Cu Ja"-\. ""nvtfle I :

elephants it would be necessary Little Bros .._ "

--- to give each one an average space ... ,

measuring fifteen feet square-that 'U" : H.\l .VfA't'; Y5.TERS
i. .
I 225 square feet. U tolluws thdifctore Sun .

that 123,000 fly-eirj.hjjto could stand ",: Ylt.a,'i ... ._

an one square miie cf twntory. Bet ... :ij\

..__ when \u look at that figure and compare .-; ,: I,i'.< .k'kS: !

"r it with our total of 8JKHJ.WHOW-) .")"..I'ir A Ili-l V- .:' h IIa.1'lh'L h "-, In All Styles and i

WK>, we ask OUIIt'how great an \I.!!.. it. .. ', V 'i (;'"At AH hours.

hesebor.. Bros New YorkFURNITURE
,
area would be lellltlld( to accommodate
\ ork
them all. Nearly twice the total '; :-\ I II
I ...
-- -
--- area of the globe would be needed to = 3fcfS II I

give all these monster standing room.Lravri. :
;etr t ,,' o,1.i MANUFACTURERS OF i '
: ilia Speciai'Meals or Oyster Suppers :.: :
i I)1
.t.1I111 'A Chance-to do Your ."
Doors Sash Piepared on Order.
Many people seem to suppose that 1 ---... .. .

the frost is responsible for the bright I GI..\I.l.AJ.:: M.la.i..IIISL: Blinds

foliage of fall though a moment'a'000I I U llcuitru-kwii.' Like Worth Mouldings Br .bone'8 RestaurantOpp

sideration ought to show them that the ... -AND--

D1TI18 BULL. leaves begin to turn before the frost i iLHI'\\A'U( ts: Building Material I

the light has to be a very strong one comes. An eminent botanist, in speak 1 I.. (it-iUl. : i it-ach I I Council Hall, Wi&T PM.M BEACH

because the water is very dense at ing to a reporter of the WashingtonStar -.:-- CHARLESTON. S. C. I I
said !I
:
that depth and the rays will not penetrate l i' 'j i.l?', >tr Largest! Factory South.
to any great distance. "Probably not OM person in a thousand '.i'I. l I..IMU t"l!:ijji', t*>t Palm lWciii I W. K. MITCHELL,
Send 1 fur Pm
knows suet why &e leaves change .. i"ica. csIF
1! l f ; "
: : rj.ei
One of the
of the
great advantages
their color to the fall. The green matter :he Boynlon Boyn o Shoe! Repairing Neatly Done Har
machine lies in the fact that it can be Job11 -- -------- -
in the tissues of the leaf is com- >: ',.1.. >. 'ell': iltach l ness '-cftcd and l cpaired.Um. .
moved about at will It is fitted with posed of two colors, red and blue. :I a n t'a.r.i 1.....,b YOU \V \NT- ,
which drive it along, and ,/ 'can ciistomtrs will receive
three screws ie :.; '" .c.\\rt'"t 1'0.1111\.1\ is FIRST-CUSS 10'JS.MIAL W'-'K rpr..n.t
When the sap ceases to flow In the au- .
It is guided with a rudder. The motive t *. 's. j.. i.i'\'i1t: aitei lion Shop on Olive Street ,.
tumn the natural growth of the tree Always Go ToU.M.GI'.1t'tllll'--- nest .I'l"r! north of TROPICU.SUN Build- t'.4
power is electricity. The workers in .1 .VIl
is retarded and oxidation of the tis- t'ELERS \ u Iii... 8-lS
the machine therefore can move aboutat \ Frestir MID*
sue takes place. Under certain condi- ... 'I he 01,1 ::t.!,:&I I.1.-, j
will and see where they are going.It -
ions the green of the leaf changes to Te ,' i'.d. 1
Shop on Itanysni'rc t. ia claimed that the apparatus is I I' \\ :
red; under different aspects it take JUST OPENED
absolutely safe and that the men in it Idner & Son oJ "' Ti .1II I I'b;
>u a yellow or brown hue. The dtf-
can remain underneath the water so ... Cie-t i'aiiii; urncb ;
'erence in color {is due to the difference .. ... ku!V P. A REYNOLDSV.. N HILL
".t WIJit
they desire without
long as experiencing Laundry
any ill elects.In in combinations of the original constituents .. 8t' iu-h} ja,' ...m.We wan

of the green tissues, and to ..* i
necrly all aprarv'us for diving the
he varying condition of climate! exaosute LAl'XDKY LAURA E. HU1T&, Propr.
air peruse is depended upon to equalize :
and soil. A dry. hot climate: .:.hia tt I'ilni Urach REYNOLDS & HULL.WHOLESAlk -- -.--
''I the water pressure and this necessarily
produces more brilliant foliage than ... I First-class Laundry work guaranteed.
limits the depth to which divers
jne that is damp and cool. This is the "" Viork
Clothe! Mended
Safely Cared Coljkciui
,ean descend. But in this machine ita L 1.:VYKRS:;: I I for -
reason that American autumns are so .I ..e. l' lei Ikad AtiD KtltiL and Pr"Ciplly Delivered.I .
great natural strength makes: it independent Y I : :. i :
of the Mir much more gorgeous than those of 'ohhin.; t.a'' :n. ':.: ./mi I Oi'leis. or Work left at Geaurirleau's
pressure. England and Scotland." "uiv\' l'i t. .J ,d...." "1:1.: ,. :

Hl.r He Married.In r X !V.. It..lr \lii.ui.*. J t.-..-..rttvill. SHIPPERS[ AND U ;.\J.ElS: IX Barlcr blops at Palai Beach or Wtst *
An Aerial In Oermau PJ'.III! Beach will Receive Prompt Atten-
Railway ) ,..
north Kj -
the r.f blud. where rab- I tiuu.
A most peculiar railroad is about to
"tlt ccLrsing to much in vogue, swift,. I lIn.r : ---
be constructed between the towns of ,'.
,1m llt-ach
'well-tiMced dug often win large sums > 'i K.l.imV Laundry at
Elberfeld and Barnum In Germany. .. POlP AND
i Whi,1&n.!
Via prizesit.ia'therefore i little to be
wondered' at that the owners of these They are on the Wupper river eight .... Curl: Cittiialis t Ave & Rosemary St

miles apart. The road is to run .
over I -
anima should lesto t>o much attention MIN'C liI'.. ISIlI..RS
the stream as indicated in the cut. I I'KlCtb: KKAfOSAHLE.Comtortably .
upon tbeia. V, il'lll h...,. \\tsV I'.iiili lit Hilly SPANISH. MACKEREL ,
The cars instead of riding on the rails
An old Yoikhre; ; (;collier: well known ... --
hang from the latter, and the roadbedis I Furnished Rooms to Let.
.for his sLce..3 in the cursing field
{i.i.i XKR.Y.V
; :
supported by slanting braces and
r ,
C !*recently \il p:i.ed all his mates by i 1. M. ff.if.IM I'-'iui B.MihMU Cite Sun
not perpendicular pillars Here and Tropical
and BLUE FEE.
marrying ury I'tipreposse sing wo- I.1,4 "
"
t
there along the route the river is croese YouEuy; 'Em -1 I Serve 'Em!
d
'mac. lie h-> always been reckoned a
<< by bridges and these serve as sites i U IH'.rsH: O\1d oi.cd all fini lUe lh m. "hile
confirmed hoar of the other sex. for stations. The road is high enough 'I .. vt U"KM II, J JicVMUMlM. von "':a.t. turne-llu Mi Mylta,find al all!hours.Oftuccii ,
"Why h .s tri nee and got spliced ; I; H m ,u.l 1 II p m,
.
to carry the lower edges of the cars *; WEST PALM BEACH FLA. I Kef re,huiciits ( old] Uri.b and Cjtan..
of his friends
lad at tl'y age' rte
about 16 feet above the level of the ""TA-. : IT'"I'l'.I.IC. : I WiLt aELTOU'3 2ESPACEANT,

-( asked him.: bridge. vV R M.v 5, :..,,. P.lm Brach BOX 187. II- 4-If i Olin cin..t. W".t 1'alm Hi-nrb
.
'J -Oh. that's r.ot much of a tale, answered I
M* i :Vi ..It. \\ t' I i.l. *n- llM )
Each car holds 50 or 60 passengersBy Job Department 1-
the nld rair stolidly. "I agree ...
-
mounting the axles in movable
.{ wi. ye 'at I"EIrond: ;>r is no beauty L311Nt1LI: u.\lumu Sleety.n'ut. I
trunnions they are enabled to swing : !_.". OOK: To Rent bv the Hour or Day.
-1( she hd L I InI ltl' t a xa II
her. But there dog o' mine he was I Soliiuult I'ropri' Cnr.I OjiJ': NEW BICYCLES\; (IN TOWN.

:, look Kuril'erIS .t Hotel Royal Pu-.nciann I
simply pinin 'sr somebody to after -
..
Next Door North of Tropical Sun Block
him voile I wai away at t' pit. Icouldn't \\ hitf liarlx-r in tin'mtn.. I
]'Ii< iii H.K, ,' rillt! : Prints Letter Heads holy W. R. MITCHELL
bear to leave him in the house ,
'
O''lt! n gi..r. V\ : \lin IfcarhIICHmil
Wect I'alro l'ach. Florida
by hissec, so I hit on the idea of mar- -. ... Note Heads Proprietor.

ryin' Betsey She's not handsome, .
', \n ,:.s S : :;t'r.I'"IX: : ---- -

but she's" mighty good company for the .. StatementsRnllnrh a.......a.......aatr. .....4..C ..6.a.....a...i....,...

dog! .- I .
- Cat.li
Giraffe An .....tur. r e W Puh; u $ GR&IN J-11\Y- i

The giraffe has srch powers of mimicry -- ... --- (Bill H"ad.. .

that although its size might be PLN'K'VPPLK' PLANTS: I'LOUR GRITS MEAL COTTON SEED MEAL
., A H".1ii I.:? I. ": .., .: _, ... ''' '''hO.. ... AND..
supposed to make it a conspicuous obJect I All AEBUL lUll wn' i C n" an xmiiv *.i rir"- cv..iuontr) !\ll'L.IY ::LPP.It S ALSO Nr1ti.... I

to Its enemies, the most practiced a little and the car thus turns curves --..- I .

lye has been deceived by the animal's more readily. A speed of 25 miles an : ,--;:' : : GARDEN SEED V ,

resemblance to ace cf the dead and hour is expected. There will be a \\ ". 'Ii H-SQl" Are You Supplied ? :I j.) J.

blasted trunks which abound in double track and dl :
tree electricity will probably ARRIVING FR Its haunts. be the motive agency u ed. The ... : :
lOWEST PRICES FOR CA I1. WRITE for QUOTATIONS.
estimated cost is between 2.WiOOlrO and i., 0" Fj. : : !
Flaring Card 9)'uitiollo.The .. . '. ...
15,000,000 \ t11.1 l'i It. h '
marks on playing! cards are said GinII.Tli l Order : '
.. JAMES B. SOURS
-- -- O V e hmwllli ,
Rlliia. ,
to have their origin in a symbolical \ Queer AdtrrtUrntrnt. \Ii .' :. \\'.. 1 '. '/I, I) z, .. : '

representation of four different clashes There appeared In the Manchester i:. Str-: :*., \V.t Va'm V.. ,ell :....is i3.939diaat!! rat .tt't..i'eSOI..CCI.OI.O.5..6. 1

of society. Hearts represent the clergy; Guardian of a recent date taw queer I'

advertisement "Wanted -- --- -- -- -
-
tpadee the nobility (derived from the : an Oldfeam I.F" --

Italian word "spida" meaning sword); widow; state condition and lowest H'" :r..i.\; .... : :. :And We Will ATlKNTloN: MEWIIANTSI( !

clubs the serfs; and diamonds the clt- price." This is not a "matrimonial 'HJ sr. J.rloatil'r J

hen ad.," but a proffer for a piece of machinery ....

;:' Tke Mighty S.a._ \ery much as if the adver 'II"!! .!:' "J:"-"; INC.: I THE MIAMI BOTTLING WORKSa

tiser had asked for an "American dev .'\I.a .1 U' I:. :t. 110..11
surface of the sea is estimated
The il." An "Oldham widow" is a piece of *.* I prepared to deliver EXJHESPKEPAIU, to all rrspor.sibje" (
parties
at 150.000.0CO square miles taking the Please You
spinning machinery. An "Americandevil" \ nl' '.N!1. \. tt'IINI: kV ..
whole surface cf 'he globe at 197,000- : BOTTLED SODA POP GINGER
ALE
is a steam dredge.Jlonam.n' ... etc.
'l -. 1':11.\: .
coo and its greatest depth supposedly > stit: ;> ; r ,
'r- J. lon'illt Patronage of Dade Count Mrrcbjits Solicited and Salbf.cti..n Gu-
of the highest >raateed. -
v juals the height mountain to Ministers.Mr. ..'i) -
....
,.or four miles. Gladstone Is the sixth Prime C. CASIELLAXO. TIMJ. MIAMI FL\
Minister since Chatham! to receive! the TAI! t'PNG: : 1I.21.tf
r rlan Superstition. A n .' SoV-at l', Ueab
recognition of a public monument. The ...
'-
in Paris
U
Superstition so common other Prime Ministers similarly; honored -
that cards fstefr.Py embellished and T: 'ir 'no: t.1 ES: NOW IS THE TIME -
were Pitt, Perceval. Palmerston! .
containing a list of "hours to be avoid- \\ 11 S-iv.lriVst I'IIIk.ch! 1

ffl" are extensively sold.lie and Beaconsfield. < 1.\! nt'llr To Plant Citrus and older Fruit 'I'rPes. Before

: .. !; V. C +'t 1.el ,.. ''l.. making your order, J
" --- Mind. llue to Too IllcMjr Strnnu '\ P".", ... --- ;1i ite for rites to the Interlachen Nurseries (,\logue free. 1

I St.Tirrerfn? H !wn'A, .;$ iHAIlrwG! l'
I Blind men outnumber blind women 11 (.pjf\ Address
l among uncivilized lIe..j..ie. ,1.1' "h- :; j. Wt "V7YLIK Interlachen
i far"two to oLe, { ._- Pl'i L..L..unt.utieouttlte: Fla.

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THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACB, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1803. 3

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.. ONE OF THE HOME GUARD. of logs sat a g'1. sad the flame shone heath behind the house. The girl, FURNITURE.

i vividly on her itch golden hair. trembling and awkward in her rain- inn

;' Never much on xnoYla': One flower The traveler sat silent In the pres- soaked clothes, followed him. Hester Household :betting famines,

U sweet to me. ; ence of the faithless husband whom she Munro sank upon a rough log that did The Brt.i Mjcbinp il.de,.LlglitRunnlng and

A* any other Gower 1n a garden', green still loved with the whole strength of duty for a chair at the fireside, ana Nohelnss

could be. her soul and of the woman for whose waited. They had been gone half ax

liar be gold in countries turf but it'. sake he had deserted her. In spite hour, she thought it must have been Sole Agent for the tammm Wall Trunk. Mattresses

fur away' to roam- of the languor that was beginning to fully that when heavy steps came to a .' ma.kto oHer. A Complete -

Ruther risk the riches In the old-time overpower her. Hester Munro was conscious standstill at the front door and a loud Hue of

field at home of a pang that stung her into knocking shook it After one in- FU e'3NITUF E

..jf new life as she realized the beauty of stant's hesitation, she undid the latch otandeseripthnl.atRock Bottom Prices both

.. Money's mighty temptln hummer the girl by the fireplace.This and stood facing two constables carrying .' Wholtval. and Retail. Unity Carriage iruui |4

print or fall: interloper had twenty years' advantage lanterns. A third was coming up up to f 20. Go Curia, Kefrigeratoni/ ,lee Chests,
Taint all we hare to live ter, but of her. Her cheeks were soft the road which she had trodden that Etc.
.
mighty dost to all! and round her eyes brilliant the afternoon. Hester gazed at them un- --

Fer all the world it' brighter when thehoney's curves of her figure showed health and flinching, and the man nearest to her AdvertisersWho We have a cooHltfDineut Ot Oak Diners and
In vigor. The dress that she Recd Rockers that will be sold very low. We
the comb; wore seemed said to his companion:
bundle the r"iinjons! Cleveland and
Bat a feller's heart beau lighter lathe only to accentuate her loveliness.It "Well we've caught one bird, Joe. IUCTCI.ES. Rambler

valleys here at home. was' that of an ordinary working woman It's her, sure enough according to description I \

a short petticoat, a handkerchieftied -red handkerchief yellow Imperial attention given to our Mall Orders.
:'. I tries to be contented; I don't make in a knot on her breast, and an- hair and the rest" We Gursntee Satisfaction, both in goods and

., no complaint other scarlet one round her golden His eyes rested meanwhile on the frit-en. Call on us,or send in your order to

1,1": An' I hold a feller's happy If he never head. woman with an expression of half-sur Use the 15 and 17 Laura SL.JACKSOVILL6, FLA

P.- J. S 7 knows he ain't! "Hester, you are soaked to the skin prise. She was much older than he ONLY iS.OO
--21
K He might find fortune somewhar else and worn out," said the man. still had expected, and though distinctly D. E. COOPER MTg Co.

an' build a shinJn' dome- standing, and watching his wife un- handsome, had none of the dazzling
But at last he'. come a- loveliness
had been
that he preparedto
valleys here at home! some, though his face was worn and New Store New Goods Rock Bottom Prices !

> his age was something under 40 years. "You know why we are here, mad- Columns of
That's gold that earth don't give us; As he spoke her restedon "
gaze no longer
he said accomplice
curtly. "Your-your -
I i J an' when. feller's eyes the fair face of the girl, but on his am. appears to be away. But excuse TflO1VIASOf'l & B OWf'l,
Can find a twinklin' star or two In old. own. There was something half-ma
me. I must search the inner room
|, An' familiar sties ternal in the intense love which shone first" He went past the disdainful Dealers in Dry Goods, Shoes, Ladies' and Gentlemen's
love him-he
one true heart to
out of her eyes as she looked at him.
figure into the deserted little place,
never wants to roam: It gave a beauty and softness to her waving his lantern as he walked. Furnishings and Notions. i

Thar's gold it in rich many at home places! buthe'sstruck tired him callous eyes which he touched and wounded "Bolted Joe" said he, laconically.Then THE We buy for cash and sell fer cash, BO give lower price then Mores, who !give

i as was. he turned to Hester. credit. Our motto id, Quick fillies and small profits, and no discrimination

:j "They have got wind of where you "It's of no use, ma'am, your prevaricating but sell to all at same price, goods are! all
THE LONELY HOUSE. are," said Hester: "and I knew of no and defying of the law. In 11-1 0-tf plainly marked in figures.

other way to warn you-no other that which._ direction__n_____ _baA_ John Munro
Wayfarers on the.road which winds was safe-but to come here alone. Do gone?" .:

across the moorland until it reaches you remember, John-oh, yes, you do! The constable who nattered himself Established 1875. .

Civilisation in the shape of a populous -that day we crossed the moor and on his acuteness, watched her sharply TROPICAL

seaport town seldom fall to notice a passed this house and you said to me "Of course she'll lie," he thought; "but t
small deserted house which stands laughing 'What a place for a man to !' I'll be even with her." William A. Bours & Co.,

against a back-ground of "md-b wept hide from justice: It is so utterly Hester's husband had known that

heather. The loneliness of location, lonely' you said?" ,! She was a woman of strong affections' ,

even more than the forlornness of what Her face had grown ghastly. John 'I of sense and courage. But he had not Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers.No.

remains of the building Itst>u. attracts Munro poured some milk into a cup ,, been aware that she had in her the .
the attention of travelers. No voice. and handed it to her and she drank it. | SUN
of actress.
makings a great Quick as 6 EAST BAY STREET, -:- JACKSONVILLE, Fu.
except the whisper of the breeze passIng "But we are only here till tomorrow !< lightning she divined the thought of

.through purple tussocks and he answered; '"then we shall j the man who questioned her. She {

brown-flecked fern, will ever echo cross the hill and make our own way : pointed toward the back of the housein We handle only the Best aDd moot Reliable Seeds A aoupleU Stuck'of

again in the cottage The rainfalls over the moor to the woods, reach the'
rooms. the direction John Munro had real-
from the empty windows like village, take the coach at the cro:.e- ly taken. Then aa if by an uncontrollable Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, .

tears from,sightless eyes. Now and roads and get on to the l ast." | impulse, she threw one look Meal Cotton Seed Meal 'Both Bright and Dark.AT .
,
Hester Munro
.. then the cry of a wild bird breaks the shuddered. But know j of agonizing intensity toward the bare

stillness, or a small animal scurries ing him as she did, his utter selfish. elopes that faced the cottage over the WHOLESALE

through the open doorway and vanishes ness did not surprise her. She only' moor. The constable smiled delight- CLAIMIt

at the back of the dwelling. tried to forget the neighborhood of his I[ euly and whispered a word to his State Agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.

Very early in the century the owner companion and sat with eyes riveted !! friend. The latter nodded. Star Brand / Guaranteed analysis, Orange tree and Vegetable! Fertilizer Pur
i of the house had been hanged for on him. j ground Boue Nitrate bo ta, Muriate of Potash, -sulphate Pnun. Gantt eta Then tfertilUfid -
"The safest way, after all, mate have no Snpei ior in the Market, And It tnitl Will Convince
sheep stealing and tor a considerable "Ah! but you must start at once!" said he, slowly, "is to search right Is The Send fur Catalogue, Krue- 10-18-97 -

Bomber of years after the untoward she cried. "The news of the forgery i j round the 'ouse for the steps. The

event no one had permanently occu- Of your partner's name, and of his- rain's well soaked the earth near the

pied It. though in those days a strong his-" here she cast a look of dia- walls, and we can't mistake the >--NARCISSI'<: STREET.
door still swung on its hinges, and the data on the young woman) "and of hill : tracks"

roof was secure enough to keep out all wife's flight with you is known allOver i The woman felt a sense of suffocation I. MY

but the most pitiless rain. the countryside by now! Why i Then she thrust her fingers THECORNER SPECIALTIES :

On an afternoon late in September do you wait John? IV you hear? through the handkerchief on her chest .

some seventy-five years ago a solitary Why do you wait a minute more?" j I and drew out a pistol. BEST ::

t 'female figure made her way over the She rose, and leaning her hand on ,r "This is for the first man who goes FANCY FAMILY GROCERIES.

moorland from which the bloom oft the broken table stood staring at him. ;: prying around the house!" she said, CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS

heather had vanished The day was He looked so strange in the rough''r with her head held high, and stretching FANCY TEAS AND COFFEES.

a wild one, and the moaning of the clothes in which he, too, bad disguised ,.; out a hand that held the weapon. The
himself, so obviously masquerading f GROCERY FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES -
wind sounded strange, wistful, re- second constable advanced. "
proachful by turns as she struggled that her heart was wrung with a fresh :i i "Xo play-acting, if you please, madam i IN SEASON.

against it Her path lay for a time agony. !" His words had hardly left his
In what seemed the deserted bed of "I have come so far so far," she AdvertisingMEDIUM
a lips when a sharp report sounded NEW STORE NEW GOODS COURTEOUS TREATMENT.
torrent in which bowldera obstructedher gasped quickly "John, don't let it be through the room, and died away over ,

feet and the soil was soft under just-- for nothing.- I the waste of dark land. Hester, who

them as she slipped and strove and lie was almost as pale as she was. had never willingly pained a living Prompt Kree Delivery on Both Sides of the Lake.

fought the gusts. She was a womanof "You are too good, and you are brave'as creature, had not missed her aim. The

slight and wiry figure, and at some a lion." he said, speaking very low.' man, shot through the shoulder, fell
And over his face, worn with dissipation -' J. F. OLIVER Proprietor.
distance it would have been difficultto back with a curse and a groan. Then ,
determine to what state of life she and anxiety, some trace of what, she grew so faint that it seemed to

belonged. Her dress was of home-I he had been in his youth seemed toi I her it was in a dream that the other ,'.. .
--- --- -' -
and made and flit and die swiftly. Hester moved to| seized and ""' --
spun neatly plainly a man her, wrenched her =-
eloee hood perhaps the best headgearfor the window and looked out The! struggled
arms and wrists while she .FLORiDA,
the weather tightly fitted on her moor was overhung with a black clOUd-\\ and fought like a wild animal in a POPE & McLAURIN. JACKSONViLLL
but far half
head. curtain below
J cage. She thought that the beats of
An acute observer would have noticed -! crest by which she had climbed she
her heart kept on saying: "To gain
that though her boots were saw three small points of light She time gain time, gain more time for Of Any Fruits and ProduceCommission
turned toward her husband and
spoke
heavy and strong, she had a high well-\ him!"

shaped instep. Her neck was slender,| calmly and slowly: She was sure that they would soon

and there was something unusual in "They are coming." break the bones of her arms as she Merchants

the poise of her head that gave an air He started and clenched his hands, writhed and twisted herself with fast-

of dignity to an otherwise ordinary aspect and looked over hie shoulder. Then! ebbing strength. And the first con- Fancy Grades of BUTTER AND OHEESE.
with agony in his voice, he strode tof|
Her features retained traces of
stable never forgot how she looked as We Solicit Your Business.We .
the fire and caught the hands of the]
beauty, but they were too colorless, and she fell backward at last, with her eyes
the lined were harsh. Perhaps it girl who sat there in his own. only solicit the buini>ss of Merchants and Will Not fill orders from Consumers-they'
was I fixed on his, and smiling so that she V\
more than mere physical exhaustion' "Clarissa!" he cried, "they are on our showed all her beautiful white teeth WEEKLY PAPER should buy from their borne dealers. 10-21-97 \*
track! What will become of''
of
that sent an odd spasm of pain across us, In that final struggle the hAndker- -
her and contracted her mouth you if they take me, my dear my;
face as chief on her head was loosened, and f
she moved gradually more and more dear!" I: two long golden strands of hair fell on BICYCLE =:= HOSPITAL .
He did not even look at his wife, although -
track.
the
lowly, up rough the floor at his feet. He let go his

The rain was coming on faster, and she clasped his arm with a: hold and cried out in surprise. The We ha\e the exclusive County Agency for the
that hurt him.
I
swept ia a waving silver sheet over grasp j I woman still with that odd triumphant In The
"Tell her." she whispered, "to take LITTLE JOE WIESENFELD CO.
the grimness of the moor. The wo smile on her lips, was utterly outwear- ,

man's hands, covered by stout gloves oil that" dress, and to-to loosen her ied; she lurched, and fell, and an arm anti will carry in stuck and bave for sale

were by this time wet and cold, and hair. caught her as her head was about to
The terrified girl started to her feet Tn FAMOUS ENSIGN BICYCLE.You .
her petticoat: clung tightly round her strike the ground.In .
hampering her progress. :!! and trembling tore off the dark blue a cold dawn when the sea for ran always find a full line of up-to-date BICYCLE: SUNDRIES of th

But she continued to advance at the skirt, the linen Kerchief that was over hung low, a traveler, wearing rough tinesl quality: and class. We have the only latest style of EMANELIXU

same slow even pace. She had come her slender shoulders and the scarlet working clothes, and a young woman FLORIDA OVEN this tide of Jacksonville, and are prepared to make your whet
hid her hair. TATE or
one that half Then she
tome nine miles when she reached a who looked ill and trembling, went look as! if it were just from the factory
pulled out some pins, and a golden
more beaten road on the crest of the wearily on board a sailing ship that OUR REPAIR DEPARTMENTis
shower fell her. Hester Munro
hill A faint flicker of light from over was bound for Australia. I

the wild sky like a smile on a dying had discarded her own sodden tweed,' When the _cnn__ was hipliAr-0--.' and the__, first class in every detail.
her shawl and hood. They lay on the WHEELS TO KENT by the hour, day or week and all in
face fell across the path giving it a1 silver mist had lifted a little from the perfect con-
I floor, and without addressing the ire ii ee.4a5 eieee
curious lilac coloring. j moor, a small group of men stood near dition.
The woman stood still on the brow younger women, she signed to her to I the collage in the midst of the silent CRAwFORD HlCYCLKd.i .

of the hill a pathetic, isolated figure. I put on these somber garments. Then expanse. One of them, in uniform i Representing : <:SNELL BICVCLF.S.

She held her hand to her side, and she ble. seized a knife that lay on the ta-:! who lingered a little apart, slowly (LITTLE JOE WJE ENFELD Co.

panted heavily wondering it it wasl I pushed open the door of the house and
"John," she said still speaking In the' | QEO. S. ADAMS proprietor. -
her own bodily exhaustion or the sunset looked in. A rigid figure-that of a AdvertisingRate
measured voice of one untouched by
glare that made the dead heath < woman-lay on the floor. A rough WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. .
emotion or tear, "cut off two thick'
look so red. Then she went onward, log of wood had been placed under her :
locks of her hair"He
at last on a fairly smooth road wind- :, head, and someone had thrown a cloak i .
suddenly divined her meaning, -
ing and curving In its course, until over her feet and skirt But the face
and obeyed her with trembling swiftness '
the came to a small house of gray was uncovered. It was white ant Sheet Chas. N. WelshansSTATE
In a few seconds Heeler stood
atone. She hesitated, and the laat cold as marble, and had perhaps beer I
before him, wearing a blue skirt and ,
glimmer from the hurrying clouds praised for its beauty in days when I
white kerchief-her dark hair bidden
showed that she was deathly pale. she had been younger and happier >,
on either side by a twist of gold, and a I '"
Half mechanically, she tried to arrange : Even now, as one long golden streak : AGENT FOB-
red covering keeping the borrowed
the shawl that she wore on her shoulder fell upon it from the unshuttered win I ;
:1 curls in place. He started stung by Will be Sent on Ap-
and pushed a wisp of wet hair dow the man fancied that it smiled.
something strange and noble in hiswife's
behind either ear. Then she knocked,. -------- & Martinez PaintsLime j
aspect that he had never before' Boiled to nrath. Longman
at the cottage door. There was a I
noticed. Her eyes wore the exalted I
light movement within but no an- i The last instance of boiling to death ..
expression of one in whom au craving:: took place in Persia in 1890. The
and the visitor spoke. ,tt-
ofI'I'
saver
"It is I-Heater." I for Joy of earth has passed away. They fender, who was found guilty of plication. Brick Shingles,
rested him with love shining in
There was a stifled sound of surprise on Ing State revenues, was put into a large
In the room and a man opened the their depths, such as one disembodied. cauldron of cold water, which was Cement and Coal Tar

door. spirit might bestow on another. But, slowly heated to the boilng point. Hi 3
only for a moment. Then the mortal bones were distributed warning
"My God! You! he said. as a
The tired woman followed him into hunger ,of this lonely woman for hia'' among the provincial tax collectors. e Agent for Sickler's Peerless Cement Plaster.
long-dead affection came back to her,::
the room, and he carefully closed the
and wrung her heart most bitterly.She I Odd Hock Dial.
door. She noticed though she was 13 South Hogan St. Jacksonville Florida.
so reiry as to be almost incapable of laid her hand on his sleeve. 1. Playing cards are used in a newly lO- l.97

"Kiss me, John, just once more." designed lock dial, the! number 01 .
clear vision, that there was barely any -
table He bent down and the cheek that his I spots indicating the hours, with the
furniture. On a broken was a
of whisky a saucepan contain- I. lips touched burnt like fire. Then he jack for eleven and the queen for 1 for The

2 Ug bottle some milk and In odd Juxtaposition opened the door leading through a l twelve, the king being placed in the ; a h aE Subscribe Sun.
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4 TUB TROPICAL SUN WEST PALM I
BEACH, FLORIDA, THtJESDAlT FEBRUARY !, 18S3.

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THE TROPICAL SDN.rtoncer I ; ll That the wife of a governor- is not M1E DEALEU "'. .


paper of DaJe County Honda.TKOPICIL t. THEY SAY always a governess. GRUBER iN... HARDWARE ;
@ That ,
SIS PUBLISHING COUPASY.
: GUT L MHTGALF ED not wants the flower the famiy when it is CROCKERY and

That Adam is the only man who could only the dough he is after. .

AT WElT PUBLISHED PALM BEACH.EVERY OAOE THURSDAY COUNTY. FLORIDA. truthfully tell his wife she was the only That woman was given to man to ..
\q\qQ4 F U P N I T U R E
.. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE J2.CO A YEAR. woman he ever loved. make up for the loss of paradise. .

Entered at the Postoffice of West Palm Beach, That long hair wont hide the wheels in That people treat a man well just as All
M second-da matter. head. Kinds of Boat Coods.
your l long as it pays to do so-and uo longer. t
Staves: ,Tinware, IXjors, S. ih and Blind
; ThURSDAY FEBRUARY 2."t899.I That a bird on the hat is a sign of a That some people always seem to be
All Kinds of Fis hin .Taekle and
I brute under it. sailing with head winds. ; Sporting

t HOTELS, BOABDING BOUSES and That the world waits till you are deadto That it is duty to help earth Gasoline Stoves. Blue Flame Kerosene Oil Stoves. Lll97te t
your Glassware Lamp and Lanterns. Harrison B.....' Ready Ulxed ;
houses for rent all filling up already tell yon how good you were. defeat bell and win heaven. tr.uAII Orders tiiteu frwiupt Attention. I

LJ a good sign of wbat tourists think That a diamond pin is never hid by That ignorance, in the rising generation .

of this section as a winter resort ando bog whiskers. t will be a crime. --

its increasing popularity. That an all night's worrying won't put That Mount Zion is higher than PROFESSIONAL CARDS. LEGALNOTICES. pITATION NOTICE.

aaa a cent in your pocket. Mount Parnassus.

FACTORIES ARE COMING at 'last. At That Jesus' cradle had no rockers. That the fear of the Lord is the beginning \V.I. METCALF, NoncE TO APPLY FORLETTERS /* the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial -

Modello a factory for the manufacture That a love of a bonnet is, generally, of isdom. ATTORNEY. AT. LAW.NOTARY PATENT. Circuit of Florida, Dade County. .

of starch, haying a capacity for a grief to the husband. That in some families the mother prays PUBLIC. To IK Chancery. .
Whom U May Concern E CCENIEZIENLEr,
five tuns per day,is about completed, That but few ducks shot aby touristsha the children one way and the father Will practice in County,Stale and Federal : v4. > DITOBCE. i

and other enterprises for utilizing tie \s to go for a doctor. x curses them the other. C ourts.LAST CASES A SPECIALTY.OlfireinTROPICALS The to undersigned give notIce" that they Intend JAMES H. HENLEY> ;.
apply to his .
Excellency W. D. Rloxtiam. 1
raw products of Dade are paid That when outside That afraid : Block Gorernor of the It appearing by affidavit of the solicitor for :. :
many you go many some men are to give to a West Palm Ifcach. Hade County, Florida. Letters State of florida. for the complainant, that James n. Henley the

to be in prospect of fruition at anenlJ' things are apt to come up to spoil your good cause for fear their wife will findit i hereto appended.Patent upon the propweU charter defendant. a resident of the State of Florida <1 I

f out. but that bin place ul abode Id Dot definitely -
day. 'Y. POPE I
un.That FltAXIC Application sifliF. made opon the first day known therein he being afwntanj ;
dead men tell no tales, but their That one wrong deed lasts a man his ot March, A. u. IhDO. or as soon tbvreafter secreted himnelf, and there itt lathe I
no one dee j
THIS IsEASOX HAS BEEA' one of the tombstones often do. lifetime. TTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. ta the application con be heard. State of Florida, the erv ice of a subpoena

*bt bo far for .vegetables that this That the power behind the throne is : That laughter keeps a woman's heart Ill East Bay Street: X I>. $H.. BOYNTON LOCD. JL, upon whom would bind the said defendant. I

section baR experienced as it haD often just a small piece banana peel. I young and her face beautiful. 8-5-97 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA J. S. WARXER, bordered I to tbe bill tbst of complaint the bald defendant filed ia tlis do appear cause

SO'been.just a succession of sunshine That there is nothing like machinery That the last swallow in the glass generally 31. B. I TMAM, against him on the
LEX ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS, LESTER LYMAX.J. .
and e.buwers- all the time and no except more machinery stems to taste the best. 1\. BROWN Sixth Day of February, A. D. 1899,

frost to interfere. The vegetables; That the American people care neitheror That a good home is one that the Attorney at LawJACXSONVILLE J. McLEAY, the same being the Rut day, default will

no-tally' the 'totnatos, are looking) honor nor honesty children like to go to. FLA. W. II. COX, be taken against him and saH suit will pro
J. W. VEX, ceedparts.It .
fine aud nill.undoubtedly] yield wall, That all they do care for is the Al- That fame is a greased pig that few Federal.Practice la all the Circuit CourU, State and O. W. KI.NG, la further ordered that this order be pub-

anJtheonly things that stand between mighty Dollar. men can catch and only a lucky one 12-2'J-'J8. C. G. I-IULLIPS. EaSed; for thirty days prior to said day\ ,in Tan

FEoi'itiL Six. anew t'rpub inhed! weekly
the table of this That when rich bold.
a
vep growers man comes to court,
I la West PRIm ,
CHARTER OF THE FLORIDA Beach DiuleCoaiitv.; Fbi ida.
8(*Uonbnrti>io*p<-rify are the raIlroads justice is too apt to be a farce. That hardly a woman in town can IT C. HOOD.M. D. COAST TELEPHONE CO.EAST Dated this 26th day of Deeeinlter A. D.

and the commission men. That you can do any thing with bayonets cook water fit for use. .LL Thin instrument IS\" A. r. QCISIBY
PHYSICIAN AND SURGtCN. itneiweth. that the nn- Cleri Clicuit Court.
'a a except sit on them. That time spent in sharpening tools is demlgned: and their Biicitcsors have w*o- GoRl)0.\ R.. r.kooiiF: CoaiplaluaufH Sol'r.
Office and Ke&Menee! Ru al Toinclana elated theiuKdves
near > togetbiT: to b 'ome incorporated
of That it takes great paiience in dealing never time lost. -
A WORD OFURXISU to owners
hotel, PALM: BEACH. '-'17 under tbelawof' the ttato of Horda -
launches not out of place here, and I with women, children preachers and I That the greatest gift a hero leaves is ,f'jr thetranaaetjonofthabjjn&gullI.!
\ OT.CE TO DEBTORS AND CRED1TORS. .
that word in to remind them that flies. the fact of his heroism. PUGII, M. D., Ing. operating and niaiMalLinR a Ttlepbone 1\ .
System _
:E.w. and Excbanse _
aecording tci the following -
0 the United States law requires that That a man can't take off a porous I Tbat the greater your ambition, the ('harteI'aDd nub. by-la i\li Wi from

they have red and green lights properly plaster and be a Christian at the sane ,rcater your danger. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.Offire time to time be adopted.ABTICLB ma/ Xoti.-e i O! hereby given that all prrgons bay-
time. in rear of DiinirVg Drug store. lug any demand against the F.t placed on their boats and have That the poorer you are, the greater Residence-Weft side of Olive: Street, 3 Doors C. Kinsley decva.-d. are hereby notified to

them lit as won as it becomes dark. That you can't plant bird seed and I your temptation.That South of Ueoiatte: : Avenue. ; 0>B ((1)). prevent tn..mto the underaiKUed; ,duly authenticated -

raise canaries. 3-:6,96: WEST PALM BEACH FLA. Tbe name of the corporation oh II be the within tbe time prescribed by law,or
We mention this because thf-rt the only right cnbans
art seem 19 .'LOBJIM EasT COAST TELEPHO>E COMPANY ibis! notice will be pleaded in bar of recovery.
That it would be best for most ot our have is the to die.
that right
launched here have not complied POTTEK, )I. D., and lie prnu.ij.al place ul bu.;Ine>s shall be at And aJ person 0\\log taifi estate are required -

with this law, and besides promising singers to promise not to sing That the rascal himself is the one that L RH. I. West Palm Beach, hale County ttorld*. to inakeiurue.Ilatepayment to me. f

any more. suffers the most for his 8-23-5)3 l'.1U11iEACH. FLAYK. GEORGE W. L.U'.HART. 'i
being dangerous to other boats, i it own rasca ity. '
Executor! of the Estate T
That there
I lays the owner of the delinquent are more low weigh than That the faults you think you I see in AHT1CLE TWO (Z). of JaroenC. KlD lel. :of!

launch liable to heavy punishmentat highway robberies nowadays.That others are but the reflections: : of your .7. A. UGU, transacted The general nature of tha bubiuow to l. West rfclin Beach Fla. "
.hall be
some places carr)logon and operatit]r
the hands of Uncle Sam. Put up are so badly off theyare own.That a telephone line or liue from JttkloOuiJIe, This twenty-tilth day ol January,A.D.

not paved even with good intentions DENTIST. Fla,to Key Wet Fla.AkTICLS! 1"9West."
,
your lights and light then. nearly every road to success is Gradual V&nderbilt University.EitrarttHl .

1 That when you are smoking a cigar paved with failures. TMb Wllbont Pain.

there is a light at both ends. herJ'VIt'lI1L1GlllillllrIetl.LOft'llt : ,
NEW SEMiNOLE SOCIETY That cheap men are a curse to any Prioeson All Work. TBVEB (3) E. U. DnnC,

That it is safer to build a Louse on the connlry. 7-2.h* WEST PALM UKACII. FLORIDA The authorized capital tock of thecompauj Proprietor.
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ground than on speculation, generally.That Hballbeteu tbouJ>and dollar (10,000.00>,
At Kisrtiinmee an organization has That there is no such thing as a cheap \5 Ith prlvUe"e of ftcreaMnjr it to fifty thousand Palm
S : some girls think they are old Christian. D.A.. TIIOMASOX, D. D. S. dollars (J 30.000 00), to be divided Into ;
been formed to do systematic and I it
enough to get married before they are one hundred shares (HIV) cf the par value a I I
i is hoped, effective work in behalf 01 I old enough to have any sense. That no man can ba a hero that is not Office Corner Cltmutls Are. and Olive b&. one hundre dollars ((1100.00) each.aTu.L2 Beach
true to his better self. _
the remaining Seminole Indians WEST PALM BEACH: FI.A.
That when a girl begins dream
to That it is all right to look out for All klu The cause is as worthy a one as can about a man it is time for him to look number L- (;oi.I crown and brid.e-work a Foes (-&) Drug (:

engage the attention of those of us I out. one if it is the right one. specialty. Tefth extracted without pat a. Thett-rmtor which this corporation ahull 1

.. aud Mist, kball be t\\ enty (20) year!
; 7-21 Office Hours: Q to it in. I to 4 p ni
familiar with the treatment the Store.
peaceful
That most men that marry in haste: .
Indians of this region have receit,. have leisure !\!\4 m'I\!
no after marriage in whichto ') I. AHTUXE FIVB.(5t.Tbe .
DANIEL
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ed at the handset 'the chosen agents ; a L.T.
repent. (.' IQ buslnee8 of the corporation shall be
: 'e' -DEALERS
of civilization" white menol the That it you are coming to Florida, you ;() ,.. t = DENTIST. conducted bj a board of five (5): directors, to

land. should come quick and avoid the rush. ....) ;*11: II:>1 g:4 4 "- II:>I r: '<,1 be fleeted annuallyJtiv the stockholders; th* L'i i
:>
.1 .
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.. ISDIAX BIVER.FLOKIUA.l3Rfci7ALLACI3
:I COCOA director
: :-: fchall elect from their own number
.. a
We better outline the work ,.'
can no That if you take care of your business i'C:. x:1 .!.. 1: 't: president, vice-president, a treasurer and i asecretary. I Drugs, Toilet Articles, I II
of this organization than by today business will II Q, : .
take
reproducing your care i of .' :.;. ;..r ,, :. Q ;. B. MOSKS,
!
from the Kissimmee Gazette you tomorrow. L.; =;a'a ,;; ;'; "'... .' "\ Meetings cf the stockholder shall be brfd I

from their last issue ..,.: =;; -if.tZiz ; Successor to A. W. Robert on the first Monday fa March of each yearthe Fine Stationery and
the
following : That today, it is the wise virgin that ) .4... h. first election to be held :
iI: :: in March A. D. '
r "The prospectus of the new society forgets to fill her lamp. I !.: C =; 0. REAL .ESTATE AVD INSURANCE, I.19(10.:
.Utes that the Friends of the Florid .- ; Agent for \re..t Palm IVarh Town Lot, &s ioWvfct
Scmmoles" is a purdy humanitarian society That when you bet a girl a kiss, never ? .... -,: f M7z : -..... 't-J:: 0 ; ) I'alui be.icb W tiT \VurLs.. I Cntli such election the board of director! Druggist Sundries I
: fI:1 i NOTARY vrBLIC.Clemallit shall consist of X. S. Boyntou. J. S. W
neither sectarian nor partisan. get another fellow for stakeholder. !() ncarOflve'treet.52ItT arncr
(!i y;; = l. @ Avenue, P. H. Loud. Jr-M. B.
The object is solely to befriend the (\ c u : W Al I'alui heath= Florida. Lyman. L*ter Lyuian,
!
That the only earthly use for G.\Y. : PrescriptionsCarefulIy Compounded
some KliiKC.
remnant of Seminoles. in Florida. I In H.l'h.IlijII, J. Brow, J. W.lv"<.
things be a ; :l _= W. II. Cos aud J.A. East Hoast
accordance with the policy of the was to sold as Christmas \i McLeay.AkTICLE Business Solicited.
govtroment -
as ontliurd in the 1898 report presents; (li ee.) ? iJUlISi i- c.'- GUY I. METCALF, WEST PALM: BKACU, 6-10-U6.
( ) .
c-f the Secretary of the Interior-the society IlXC).
That the only known use for some other NOTARY PUBLIC I

will of the strenuously Seminoles oppose from the the State removal things is to be sold as souvenirs. 'Si. C Q) For the State of Florida at Large. The corporation shall not be authori ed to J
contract Indebtedness
against their content. That one fisherman over on the pier is : 2. Deed, Mortgages. Leasw. aud Contracts stock subscribed and paid In excess tor. of its capital Red Spanish and ;
Drafted.Conveyancing
In other ways the Society will endeavor trying to lower Ananias record .....
a Specialty. In witness .
thereof the subscribers bar
to help the Seminoles in their lJJ :; r1.. :: .,.. All Work Guaranteed Legally Correct. .. 'ancyPINEAPPLE. .
That Joe Jefferson is the Esop of Palm 'C : hereunto set their names and rwidoncw), thU .. -a
B..Io
educational and industrial development U2. -I) CI IU t.e In 'l'IIVI'ICUs:' : .
The Society earnestly appeals to the Beach. Ii) Pro 'C" 0'':": | Went I'aim r: -aib, I'oile ('un!>ty. I'lurida. t"..nty.thlrd day of January,A. U. 1 bU\).

of Florida to take 'interest "'. -..-= X. S. BOYNTON, Port Mich.
people a friendly .. Z Huron
That a white shirt don't make ;; \
in the future fate of this forlorn a gentlemen I -1\/\ :: Z '::.'=.. ... ; 1) BROWN, J. S. W A UN ER,Miami, Fla.
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T.
remnant of a bran and free race who I nor a pair of knickerbockers, a bi- ... I P. II. LOCO,JR., Fulford. Fla.

are one of Florida's most native nosses- cyclist.. ??S -TS' -. -2 2. .*.. M- w.1. r .4Rr.HITH.'T...w..w. .ANn..._ _RIfIIflFR w.n. M. It. LY 1"\X.. Lantana.--------. -Fla.-- Slims- -- and--- Siii"1uri.... ..... .. -
eions, with a view to securing for them :. : = --. ,: '" .-:.; (0) LESTER LYM.CN, betray, Fla. !
.
That should what ( 't .J Plans and ificatlons .
keep ( prepared.Jobbing
yon promises ) npt
permanent homes in the unsealed! par I.) .J = >. .:';_I :Q.< g work attention at 3. BROWN, IlrtH.lujo, Fia. rtfI' tale or the Ftiuwmarieties, vu
I lion of the State before it is too late, you have made before making any more. @) W.J i ; .. .. .:I. gfven prompt J. MCLEAY..Watford, Onto Abbaka, Porto Rio,

'- :. and helping: them to enjoy the benefits That cheapness is the greatest curse ,: L r- j:4.] .J '" L..,. !, 1 .. Ie Khop on Uatura Street. W. H. COX, Koynton, Fla Smooth Cayenne, i
Of civilization." !; Q J. W. IVEit. Ii Ia. :
Oju
this has. ( 0 = 0 :c :. ., Egyptian
;, CONSTITUTION. country ) <1 .,.. :. L ; oj FRANKLIN SHEEN. GEO. O. BUTLER G. W. KING Kulford, Fla. Queen
That and Ii) :c .. -r ; C. U. PHILLIPS. Ripley Queen, Golden Queen
liUTLEU.O
I. TIle name (if the Society shall beFriends I beauty ugliness are both hid ;J QIIEEX At Fuiford. Fla. '

of the Florida Scmiuoles. by the wrinkles of age. :;!X!: @.!\ !I.Xfum': White Antigue,

II. The object of the Society shall be That most of the new leaves turned SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS. STATE op FLORIDA,> Pernawbuco,
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to better the condition of the HoridaSctaioules Oine at Wet Cilin Beach CorNeT ot Dine jOn Enville.

: and oppose their deportation over on New Year are badly blotted NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. 1-aniln Ireal'y; lIub.11\1.ll'o1 and maps fur. the twenty third day of January A. Derovuaily Early delivery fan be made part of the

fii'in the State against their cOI :..ent.o alre dy. log uis.'ii'il.and cKiinutiiiB Sclcrtlnz sad timtn'r grading a 1I11t lands' lIIt.\,. lurai.( ure_ 1stt>. {/ cauie before me N. $. H ."- fruit Ubtmoiito trom thU. l'IantatlonhasIiig beeupkke.j

III. Any person subscribing to this That editors ad milkmen kuow I'll and correct work guarautWMl. All('on.. ton. J. S. Warner, I'. H. Loud,Jr., SI. B. Ly- Apply. to :
Cofis'-itutiun whose name is appro\ed b> a Xutueis ereVy given that the unders'.g"td: inuulvalioiiM by mill rtvelxe promj-t *ttii_ uitnl Lester LYIII U. O. W. King. c. O. Phil. ,
..
tic Kiocutive: Louituitlee tuay L collie grrai vkal more than they ttll. di,1ig!: bI1Sll1e' UJIt r tie: style! nn.l firm imtni ,tlon..ds. WEST MatMaml: PAL.M Kliwl'iiut BEACH at}'1.\Low..t. 11-7-4.i'ri. Ill* Urown,J. W. hi!. W. 11. Cox and J. C.C. MATTHA1VSS,

a ineuibei. No wctuberbhip fee nora That wearers of ready made clothing (,f Ke.v hold & Hull, have thU day by mutna: A. McLeay. \\ ho being peia natty to me v ell Florida Pineappla .

&'II. t1enl will be required, but the uev crime fits. cun->tt. d ,.solved; p rtoe''>-hil'. known afterbeingsaornacknow1egd that Company: I

Society shall be drpecucut upon voluntary All irms innebleu to lie 6nu w'U'pay theiriiCCiMii.ls plTV ISAIIBKlt SHOP, they signed their cameo and attix'Il their bx-aJM! 5.2197Vest Palm Beach, Fla.
coumbutiors for its Mippoit.IV. That a man should: always try to fur. tiJ F. A. KejuoldN a.iu 1111! ,u.II.t.-c.l-lutsa to the above dm ter. I !

it shall be th:: aim of the society: tu niah at least respectable ancestry to hisposterity. : 3i tho firm is hereby: iiSsuniid t>y 'aid f. First Door JWutt of the Post Office. In viuieM whereof have hereunto set my 1-- ::1

Jafiaence i ubhc! opinion in every legitimate ; \. ReyuvUa, kuccfcsor to tbe firm of Reynold Rosiest: Chairs endEquipedSliopiu Bcfet hllll.ll1u.J seal the day and year ubove written I I JUSTOiENED.-__ t

WR) ; to secure the enactmeut of 4 Hull. ] | Tun.a.tf t

It'Kisj li')1i fdtorabie to its policy ana to That the most cheerful giver is the one FRANK \ REYNOLDS \IILO l.UO..It.l'r..p'l'. nOUT. R. TAYLOR ...

till the gtettrnent in its tfioru on behalf that gives only advice. WM. X. HCLL.Dtl [,;EAL.] Notary Public.Tto SCHMID'S CAFE.
cf the miuoles.V. :. this eleventh day o(January A.O.ISJ',1:, 1

By ballot there shall be a President. That the greatest men have not been .224LjKSRirF'SSALE. CHESEBRO BROTHERS, -- -- ----- .-------- MEALS OR LUNChES; SERVED A tA CART5 .
Vice-I'reiulent. Treasurer and generally the greatest scholars.
Secretary
tliUed aiid an Executive Committee confci That a coward never has any friends. Fulton f'i Market, New York. !: Dade County State Bunk OjsterslaAIIStilssaailatAIIHoirs.Weekly) ;

inj of the oSceis already named and
five uiembsrs. All officers shall be That apologies are Deeded for acting WJ5:2salJ: Coir.issica. fish: D3rs.Or West halm Beach fklfl a. lieal Tickets ou Sale.
Notice Is hereby giv<:>n that by vrf.ie or an
elected for one year or ualil l their succors like a CLri.tian. r-SWISINB AND
ex:cutun is ue.l ou:(If the Ci.-cu'lCouitof Dade f -- SERVICE UP TO DATE ...
elected. In I InJicn P.lner Specialties Are .
are voting a majority : '
That selfishness is a nursery for all Cuuity. Fiorina. 1,1 pIocct. l\s ttKrc'.u li..Uwh'iii'i Authorized Capital, 100000.
of the niemoers present will be necessary 1 C. H SGHMID
choice. vices. i Frank W. Hoi! u> j.li.uliil: ai>d Jotiat SPANISH UACKEKELP3VPAVO Proprlator
to a Sherman Ctfeudant. i Paid Up Capital $15,000.I Chiuv
is I kn.i oa tn6th Building, Cteinatw
. VI. The Executive Committee shall That good looks are not always a signof KIV3-FISH, Ive., ,;
J the interest of Day of ftarch A. D. 18991
the
promote Society by good cooks. ; SHEfPSHEAD, BLL'E-flSH, OFFICERS: WEST PALM BJEACH.UATUV .
E of .
information
l the publicatien concerning the ear.ieb.lag tie fint :>l Jay in the n.omh, -
r aims for which SEA TROUT ETC. E. N. DIflCK President. --- -- ---
lU purpose they shall That have to have will, muscle and auJ .1 l lga! ea'.e (:a.., be1 ween tte hour <>f 11o'c'.uc ,
you
rf be empowered to appoint sub commit- (/. D. HEHDRlCXSQti Vicepresident.KF .
a.m. and i o'cloc. it tit >ifteriiooa. "!fer j flE.pn
L tees. They shall! as: have. power to I sense to paddle your own canO .._..... ---- IA 1KB Vtrr),. !tV.M.a.......... ..nrt. .o'.. ...._ I /II'" l'\II\IM'\rWT T.I uiaaraff' inc. v.(} I RB1VH1K. !,' nrT" h.a.Office Pr tin\
i : fill vacancies in their own body. That a young man should be careful I he dior of th' Court a---HOUT of U.me; Cnauy ;..tULO I tUt inJUULSiai.: i ) lu orjjrtaj aiu.. : VU1JLUJ unIJU 1 u VJUi

I 1t VII. There shall be annual meetings in not to lose his mind minutes, money or [ KloiiJd, the following Ie---hbeJ ReaJi'U Prompt jMras! aed full Mirtet Vjlass, I Hours From g a. to 2 p. m. W hole>ale I oiumUsion feakiIn
January on a day to be fixed by the Executive towitBtri.ig I -
:
II Committee at which time the manhood. a pat of the w,, t oae-L..lf olh.uU-- II Stencila foru.-J.rdt1 on Application.CortespcnJence ;I &iwa! BaekingGosinsss Transacted ALL KINDS OF FISH.

election of officers shall take place. That you should be willing to take east olle-ft>unh. aril th.K.t cue-half: c tt.SuulhI Solicited.WHEN ..
VIII. This Constitution shall not be I ( uPr li.o.i'r"IIl'tl rera.tf".1! on day of Ij Special Attention
everything as it comes and make the ,>-S' oue fourth vt b--ction iy. Toaii given to the sale cf V
receipt lirufti. bought and nonl on the Southern .
of two-thirds prin- .
amended vote
by a SPAS1SU
i except best of it if it is 41, Soulh Range 41 Eat, cont.. lIi.ll 2'J arrecf --------- -- : / 3IACKERE1., '
: of all members present at the annual -even of the opposite sex. fi/ul) citieo; of tbe Ceiled ,tat.s. 4i.liT IOMFtNO .Bu:. l'ISH
Tot
land, kin;: tbo same Uu U es will by \V. n.Decner SBEFt'
for I IB J ..1c'>o'1vil1e be sure an.l'is HEAD. RED
called
meeting or a special meeting That in some churches rites predomi- 10 Jus-ifch Shenna For utorc paricuUr Fiieud who -- -- SKAPPER, SHAD. etc. .
it Oil will
your surpriseyou
that purpose. lite over righteousness.Tbat dc'.CflI.tkJI rtk-rmcf j<, ma'Ie to J>e-l LareainsinDry Millinery Goods.
with ;
;
that the Execu- CO.VblGNMEXTS
provide '
TheBy.Laws n ok L DjJe SOLIl ITKD.
pajr 1A County nc<>ida. .
waerr
tive Committee shall meet in the after a man is apt to judge another d 'e
loon of the second Monday in each man's honesty by his own. I feb i 151. tie lb' ruiuishiugs and Hosiery. Ribbons and Laces. RETURXS.
.... .. ... 14 Fulton FIsh
:
msaih, and that the chairman may appoint R. J CHILLI Nil\V081!L Silk Waist Patterns and Dress Trim. market NEW yOU. '
That this life is too short for all the I.). SINGER,
such sab-committees as may be :>nerd ut Lac ,)I..lt). I I Waaager, n ngs. Con: and See.I ._
,, Near 1 : =
peedtd by the affairs of the Society. good you can and to do. \V.I. YZTCAI.urnl-) ior FaiuLI. II S.-idge :Street >ay j n F
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TIlE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY; 2 1800.AMERICANJIEEOISM. :J. S

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THE AWFUL PANIC AT CANEY THE : I I J I* Located OB Beautiful Uk Worth"

B.E.A.C.H HOTEL"TIlE P PL\ $leclriciights Oppooit.the,El-Kayal' tticls Pcindan bells Baths .

BRAVE ACTS THAT WON FAME RANK, RM Fieniled Inhabitant Thought 'They ,-- J COMPLETE SE VICE. .
PRAISE AND MEDALS Were to be Butchered. ., fa oo, f 150 and boo per Day. v

.. The scenes and actions In Caney PALM BEACH, FLA., Special Rates Ey the Wtk.

torn Gallant C.* post
o....* of '1'.4.r Who DUtlognUhcdThmncclTM plained by the Impression that fol- Address "THE PALMS," WEST PALM BEVCH, FLORIDA. =

'.n Farmer Battlefield lowing tM taking of the town the Invading -

C upl.ao and rapine. Immediately after occupation
Richmond P. Hobson sank the Merrl- i of the hill upon which the First-Clasa Chef Cuisine and Service. GREEN LAWN G'..
mac and won plaudits and promotion.
fort Is situated by our forces, the frenzied t
lie deserved both. It Is a curious fact Inhabitants began rushing up the Private Dining Parlors. First Class Accommodations for a Limited
that the world save In rare Instances: ,
forgets all about the specific acts of Its hill went to make down peace into the with town the \with!ctors.I a. {aT Orders Received for Dinner;:! Parties of Any Number and at All Hours. "tB3 Number of Winter Visitors deiring-

have heroes before the heroes themsc-lvea sergeant and eight men with Instruc- LARGE AIRY ROOMS, SPLENDID TABLE SERVICE.:
grown gray-headed. tions from Capt. Allen of the calvaryto
There are mn of high! rank who HOME COMFORT AND QUIET.
turn out all the Spanish Soldiers I
were at the front In the late war with :
could find and break and and
arms
Spain medals who years of honor ago won by advancementand deeds bailed send the soldiers up to up the their fort. Prospectors Inquirers, Rates Reasonable and According to Rooms. ... !

General orders had been Issued forbidding
i In their way with as much acclaim as
i was the act of Hobson and his! mates. anyone except this small guardto MRS. A. L. UADGII, PSOPBIETOB, =
Yet who to-day outside of a few griz- enter the town as there was thoughtto Will find THE TROPICAL SUN
be a great amount of fever and also West Palia Beach, Florida.
sled veterans remembers anything
about what the specific act was? because it was still occupied by the loaded to the muzzle every week with ...
defeated Spanish under arms.As we
By climbing a tree General Shatter,
went down the trail across the river just the information tLey want. .
May, 31. 1W7 won a medal of honor. A Hew Housed
we met a profession such as I never .
lie was badly wounded and to avoid e'"
expect to see again. Hysterical women Try it and be convinced.
being seen by a passing surgeon, who paralyzed with the fright of the
he feared would order him to the rear, Beach
be Climbed a tree. Then he came whole long day; children of all sizes SnbsariptionPrice-1 year $2; Sis Months, $1; Three Months!, 50 else palm Cottage
screaming! with terror and clutching
down and with hardly a leg to standon i
their mothers skirts for protection
he fought all day. and Congressgave : ..

him his medaL from brothers men who as had far as killed they their knew fathersor without Cholly-Did she say ehe'd! be a FOR SALE CHEAP Will Open Dec. 15. -*
General Nelson A. Miles, May 3.19C3,
was In command of .skirmishers as cause. Some little ones, witn eyes sister to you? Party Boat partly furnished,'schooner T. s.

York wide open in mute wonderment of it No. She paid she'd be rigged 7 ton burden. is from
Colonel of the Sixty-first New all Chappie Boat at West dive Minutes \"ally the Royal poinoiana. v
; men of all classes; soldiers who
Volunteers. They were holding a line York Journal. Jupiter. Address N. R. FiuSjugh, West .
of abattls against a horde of the ene* .walked indefinably with no excuse, my govemetlli.ew ,, Fla.Subscribe. I
my.- Miles Is a bg! man and makes a while others declared they were forced Jupiter, Rates. $2.50 par r Day Special; My Hates. o -: n, ;
Into the .
Spanish ranks. ,
fair mark. Yet to encourage his men !
he kept jumping on an eraint-ntf and One poor frightened woman of about 'Address-.. PALM BEACH "
exposing himself Inspiring his followers fifty years was: carrying! another evidently G. 1 IDNER & SON for THE SUN COTTAGER* <<: t:

by his voice. lie fell finally badly her mother woman who must Palm Beach Florida. .
wounded. lIe wear a medal of honor. have been eighty or mure. She was ,
in her nightcloUu-s. having Just teen Jewelersand -
Brigadier-General Guy V. Henry
whom rue soldiers lore led his brigadeIn taken helpless from her bed. The City Directory

an awful charge at CoW Harbor younger woman was carrying or real THE BARMAN M00SE : ,

One horse went down under him. He : ly dragging her. by.holding her on her Opticians. OFFICERS I I ._. -- _

mounted another and w'rrellehl'led on. The} ( ders.back, having The old
my's General breastworks his horse( 'nt'-I end her bare.feet dragged! ; upon the Curios, Novelties, Toys, J. E.GLENN......................_...._.._...Clerk BEST OF ACCmaIODA TIOXS.-T.\BLE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS.

the obstruction Henry and spurred with its rider fell jagged rucks in the path while she Lca'herGood... W. H. RfSStLU.......... ......._ ._..Assessors -Satioa in Conn tic...- I
moaned and cried Incoherently. These Musical Goods and Strings, :H.HAPPERS1.TT..Treas rtr Rates Reasonable. Short Distance from the Dfpot.
in The was
the euemey's hues. place people were not of the class, Fishing Tackle 'PALL c. JO.NES........._......:.._......_.sunhai f .
poorest :
carried. Henry was promoted and voted Address Mrs. S. E. EARMAN .
WEST PALM I BEACH. FLA.
a medal but evidently will In do. I stopped a Photos, BOARD OF ALD'ERMEN.CEO. ,


Blakely A"bama.Pl'lI ti, .I;two: was women carried to their houses, and NEWS DEPOT-DAILY PAPERS.FumTatcHJeiBlryRpni.. JOHN B. BEACH......:..... ....-..J. D. MATHIS !.ij.
officially called "dlstiu
." lie was leading the right wing' come to them. GEO. S.AD.\MS..H..C.\RI.,StHKEKNICK

of his regiment across the open to- One young woman rushed franticallyup $ [:Council meeting on the ut,and 3d Tuesday in NEWSEMINOLEHOTEL .i
ward the fort in the face of a terrilic to me. as I came into the town and each month,at 7:;><)p. ni.
Are of musketry and artillery. ReachIng thrust a Jewel box into my hands, and t.ir..t door North of Entrance
the place, he sprang through an as she d.d MJ she lifted the lid and to Seutiauie llotfl II
embrasure from which bullets were showed me that the contents was Only Brick"Hotel in Town. ,;
BEACH
FLORIDA.
raining. lie was the first man to enter really vauabU\'brpjTSng! all the while WEST. PALM County Directory.

the fort. He wears his medal of honor that I spare- her life. When I clos.nl WSST PALS BEACH r FLA. P
; Hie box and handed it back to her
modestly.
I COUXl Y OFFICERS.A. -I
General Arthur Mac Arthur received saying that I did net want it. she looked DAILY EXCURSIONS Has recently been completed, built in the most sn|> .
E. HEYSEn!: .. ................. County JudgeA. THE SE'IIN.OLE j
a medal of honor when he was a subal- at me iii an inqulrlcg way to bee if P'. QriMBY..Circuit Court Clerk stantial manner and elegantly fftrnished; situated
fhe could make It She did
out. not
.. tern in were a Wisconsin charging regiment.the bl1l1..t.8wept The- understand that sort of soldiering, andshe BY THELJi ROBT. R. TAYLOR......Prosecuting Attorney on high ground fronting Lake Worth and commandiug a Magnificent, unobstructed -
troops up E. J. CHILUXGWORTIL..SherillM.E.GRtBEIL. view each aDd breezes from all directions.
fully expected to purchase tyer way guests enjoy perpetual
slope of Missionary Ritlge. The .. ..........._.Tax Assessor .
color bearers were being picked 03 I safety. It all would bad have Wa immensely "THERELLA"TO H. P.ANTHONY....... ... .. .Tax Collector Cuisine and Service Strictly First-Class.

one after another. At a critical l moment funny it not been so e1.trLm..ly E. H. BIMICK........... .. .............Treasurer
the flag fell from the hands of a' pitiful One woman came upvery THE- Bates: $2 per day and up. Special Rates by the Week or Monti.
WILL IL ,
V RUSSELL Supervisor of Registration
mysteriously and after lllOkngabout .
wounded sergeant MacArthur grasped t&ASKLYXSUEEX...... ............Surveyor .
the staff and In a few moments her most cal.tully.producl..1 a ..... GEORGE ZAPF Manager.1M697
murderous looking sheath knife from RUBBER TREE AND' PITTS1 ISLAND z T MEmnTT Supt. tubho Instruction 11-4-97 .
planted It with his own hands:: on the -
crest of the ridge In the face of the under the folds of her skirts, tellingme COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.V. .

retreating enemy. that It belonged to a Spanish soldier I. Starting from the Royal Poinciana Dock. .W. PITTS,Chairman._........ Lake Worth -

General Henry C. Merriam at Fort who bad concealed himself in her O. W. LAIMIAKT. ?... ...?......Palm heath .

Blakely, A.labnma'as Colonel of colored house, to which she led us. !W. J. SUOSB ...... .. ......Cocoannt Grove \/ s \ Miami, on Bay Biscayne, Florida

With his men he was Impatiently I started up a side street over SOffit'trpnehts ''E. L. WHITE...._. ...............LeuionCUy H t il .
troops. o Olam I 1 The Most Southern Railroad POInt in
-\% waiting for the order to fill..d with Spanish dead For Rubber Tree 10 A. M.; IVtnmlnit. If. W. Y.r.t"SlU C..H.....Neptune

t charge. Finally he asked permissionto when a beautiful woman came ru>h- For Pitts' Island 2 P. U.; Returning P.51 Commissioners meet in regular session OB 1J the United states.

charge ahead of orders and was tug down moaning and now and then the dna Wednesday m each moatH. Accommodations for 200 Guests. Hotel Homelike and Comfortable. '

told to go "if he wanted to bad en- muttering! a frenzied prayer as she FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.

ough. He led bis negroes on one of clasped a little! crucifix.! Her. long JAS. E. CHAMBERS, MEMBERS! FROM DADK COC.NTV.E W. W. PROUT, Manager. .
black hair was falling loosely about
the most heroic charges ever made. E DIMICK, Palm Beach..._...........Senator
Re was promoted and was given one her shoulders and she presented a piti- OWXEE. F.B.: MORSE Miami_._..... .Repieswnutive

Of the medals which every army officer ful picture her thinking of despair.that I like tried the to comfort rest.- COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. T1T1T10 fl H Tin New house; best accommodations on the 1

eovets a chance to win. she was merely hysterical but little SCPEil DENT OF PUBLIC WiTiCCTIOS, AL 111 I 11111 TEL I East Coast; table first-class and every f
General O. O. Howard's fighting! days
by little I made out her story andIt Z. T. )ft.lUUTTLemoD City ) 1 JLLJJUUU convenience and comfort; hot aDd cold
ire over but he was at the front nevertheless THE BALTIMORE TAILORS.
leading religious services for was sad indeed. Her husband a :XEXBiiu or SCnOoL BOARD.J. baths; modern improvements; in center of the famous pineapple section; c1weto
Spanish soldier had been killed white W. JAt'li!>OXCliairniaD.Cocoanut GroveE.
the soldiers. lie wears a medal led and defending her honor from a drunken ABE SAFRANEK & SON, ::. B. KING......._.....__.__.......Jupiter the Inlet; fish aud oysters in abondauce.
sleeve.
carries an empty He a officer and she begged; me to go with A. W.CiRXETT........_..................Hypoluxo TERMS MODERATE.J. t
.
charge June 1, 18G2, across the whole
her and so I followed. I found MANAGERS OF
a _,..
face of the enemy's line. bullet I "
but In disorder '
pretty room great ,
struck1 led on.his The arm charge above was the elbow.successful.At Hf. showing a terrible struggle, the table The Three Friends State Directory. L. JENSEN, Proprietor, \.
overturned and the clothes pulled off

its and end had Howard his arm walked cut off.to the hospital the bed: on the floor, clutching a cornerof Tailoring Company.SUITS JENSEN, J5BEYARD' COUNTY, FLORIDA..

tinderMiles a blanket, was the dead-body of a EXECUTIVE DE1ARTMEXT. !:ir Don't fail to stop at Jensen when visiting the Indian Iliver. rst5 g1
John R. Brooke who
Gen.
.Spanish soldier who from the dirt and W. I). BLO3IIAM..Governor
was at Porto Rico. never received rrlm had been in the trenches during JNU. L. :
of StaUWM.
AND PANTS MACE TO ORDER \n.Or.D..SC'retJIry
a medal of honor. There are comparatively the day. At his head was a single U. KEYSOLI. .........Cun>i>lullet '

few officers who have. Gen- candle burning placed there by nil JAMES B. WlilTFIELD .. ..........1.rea..un THE TRAVELERS
eral Brooke however was three times
devote wife and on his breast lay a WM.B LAMAR..Attorney General

advanced in rank for gallant conduct crucifix. The moment we entered the Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing W.N. SUE TS: ........Supt. 1'QbllC InstrBCtloC g
of
and specific acts personal courage. room the woman dropped at the side of .. L. B.wOMBWELL..Coi.: AgricultureP..TBICK NEW MANAGEMENT, -
lIe an eagle at Gettysburg a star A .
won Specialty.FIT
the body moaning and It
praying. IIOUsTOS....._. A<:jntaat General
at Spottsylvania and twin stars at Cold was pitiful.-James F. J. Archibald W lI. )!lLTO.s. JR.... ..... Surveyor-General FELIX GARCIA, Prop. Jacksonville, Fla.

Harbor of the in Lebhe's Weekly. .. m WORXViHSHiP GUARANTEED.._..._...._ I UtLCrb"t Tallahasece.J1.p.h; -- -- ..-- .- -- _._- .-.-
General Wesley Merrlt. now

Peace Board bas no medal but he received MAN A FIGHTING ANIMAL U. S. SEi\rA TORS.R. Electric Lights, Electric Ec'.is, liEths, Complete Seivice. fl J.

more brevets for gallantry than WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. ...Monticfllo
any other officer In the American S. R.MALLORY..PenaacoldU. Tho Best $2.00 per day Hotel in Florida.Take .
frluce Albert's Dream of Peace hiss
Army. They run from Captain to Ma- S. CONGRESSMEN.KOBT. : car: at the Cal?" :j*.'n.cu.k u,"'ton !Ijcior to rite; r: tn: Traveler 4i I
DeeD One.
a llloody
jor-General and were received for special -
Clematis Avenue W. V.\V1S. PalattaS. n-. _. -
acts of gallantry at Gettysburgand & Man Is a fighting animal After -- -- --- --- --
at the different battles which took i 1,000 years, according to Biblical M. srAKKMAN._. uip&

place up to the time of the fall/ of 'C-ronology. two highly civilized! nations -I Store : I SUPREME COURT ft DGES BRELSFOFJD Itt i Y

Richmond. have just neon flying at one an- Supply -: M. II. !MAEUV................. Justice '

other's throats. The most enlightened f-. CARTER .. .... .... _AeoouateJactueB
GOT nations In the world the United Statesof ::-West/ Palm Beach, Florida I F TAYLOR............ .. Real-Estate-and--Insurance -
America, has been engaged: In war,
variously stated to be for "the paci- J. D. MA THIS Proprietor. R. R. COMMISSIONERS.
And Wa SnrprUeU to warn Wbo Gave II. E. D\Y. Chaiimau._........... ......Gaint!>>il'
fication of Cuba, "the freedom of,
It to Film. CUba" "the annexation of Cuba" ". (Suc<:...r t.Bra.. >>|'.Eatery and enccry CI) J. L. MORGAN.?._.._Ja..per Palm Beach, Florida:

A member of General Miles' staff war for humanity," "a war to drive My Motto-SJulck Sal<' and Small I'roSts. J. M. BRYAN..........- ....................K ,imtnee NOTARY rUELIC-----.-lOTTAGr.S TO RENT. .
tells of an Incident down at Tampa !Spain: out of tae Western! Hemisphere" JOHN L. NEtLEY.jH.llerV...Arcadia 1
before the of the troops for BaKery Goods and Headquarters offices of the Board at Taliaba.sce. 6.1.97 UiiilJin
departure and "a war to revenge the Maine. Post-OIBee :?, North of ln lriaRa Hotel. .
.
Santiago. He was standing! In the Universal peace is a dream of the Family Groceries : ..
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jfflce of the Tampa Bay hotel one evenIng student and the scholar. The amiable S
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dressed In plain business suit and the I'rince My Specialty.
person, Albert consort ....
smoking a cigar, when a tall. raw General Directory.
from intoEngland
who was imported Germany
boned private from the Fifth Mary Cools delivered free to any partof
t continue the royal Hanoverian I
: PATRONIZE THE SON JOB OFfiCE
land regiment strolled up to him and line-- believed iu pt'aCf'1 the the City or across the Lake. COURT CALESDAR.I .

said: opening of the Crystal I'aUce exhibition : All Orders Givoa Prompt Attention. (Seventh Circuit.) }

"Say partner give us a light"The nearly half a century ago he Goods First-Class and Fresh. Highest I I\t S. JONES .... CircmlJuaeJ.u.

gentleman addressed put his told the world that this exhibition! prices paid for country produce.Buy lihoos: Stitttf'*AttorcejdPUINU FOR nil i KIKDS OF JOB WORK.
hand In his pocket drew out a silver heralded the dawn of peace that there- I
case, took a match from it struck fire aftt the does: of war would never be of me and I \\l'i Bart vcu mory. 6-1"17 TEUM.
O*:eola County, l.t Monday in March
and handed it politely to the soldier l.-t 1,)(>8('. This was in 1S51. Yet in IllrliD Sd .. -
who thanked him and lighted his cigar. K")4 England: : waged war against Russia Lake e 4th" .. Pamphlets Billheads Letterheads,
witnessed the In 1S.V5 she waged war against ..
by
The encounter was ; .Voluaia I 3A April.Hretard .
porter of the hotel who watched his China; In ISO'S she waned war against I 4th "" I
\\Vhid iMarket "
chance and said to the soldier Persia! ; in 1>57 she mad blood run like I Dada FAT Monday: after 4th Monday -I Packetheads, Envelopes
,
"Who was that man that gave you water In India crashing! the mutiny m AITIL.
there in ls'1 France Italy and t
i the match ; FALL TLUM.seola .
Is to
Austria became engaged in war in Prepared Supply
"I don't know except that he's a ; >' County.l=t Monday in Octnlier.
gentleman" returned the Marylandboy. ISil; the United States entered upon l.ifh"s OranjI'.1" : .. .. Business Cards Posters, Dodgers,

the Miiodlost civil war ever known to you Late .. 4th.oh.11i ..

"Well. I'll tell you who he 1s." said the world; in Wl Prussia! vnnqnlshM \. *l Nor,
In 1SG7 England began her Good Meats zl t Living Prices. .
the porter "and yon won't feel 8t) big Austria; Brevtrd lib Circulars, Statements .
in 1 70 Trance *
Abyslncia:
against
when you know. It was Oen. Miles. war Itt Monday aff-rtbe lib :'1"1;. ----
The devil It waa!" was th.. response. I and ttt'rmany engaged in their blooJy Fresh Poi'k, I day in November.GOl .
walked off In chagrin. I struegle, in 1><74 England: waseil:: war
soldier
'
the
SIGNAL SERVICE DEfJ.
as against the Ashantees: in 1S77;; ttu,; is Beef Printed with Neatness and
Awaiting his opportunity ,he suppednp and In 1S7) England J. W.CRON( K.......... ............. ObserverOWrvatory Despatch
to the !general with a salute and Turkey went to war; ,
laid: begin her Zulu war: in 15L EI. Poultry at Jupiter luUt. I

"General. I have to apologize! for !land k'mbsr>Al-xandria, and in- Eggs. GOJ"T LIGHT HOUSE SERVICE. !

what may have seemed to you an Impertinence. rated' n-t; in 1J3 the French were I Uziit House at Jupivr Inkt. COMPLETE LINE OF STATIONERY

But I had never seen you at war in Touklng: ; In 1KM China and JAMES A,AKMOVi:.... ... ..........Kee her A ;

before; and you wor nothing to Indi- Japan went to war: in 1SX5 Greece : Native Meats a specialty.Your J.A. WELLs.... ....... ... .... 1st Aa5itantZESJ. 1

:ate your rank, so I took the liberty of and Turkey were at war; in 1W the'' WELLS: ........ .. !d A: .'tu.t --: ALWAYS ON HAND :-
United States' went to war with Spain. Patronage Solicited.
I would stranjir. -
addressing you as any U. i. LAND OFFICE.

and I hope you will excuse: me for These are a. few of the wars that Market on Ituityau Street j. M.BAHCU......_ ................. Register
Lt.- have taken place In the last: half: aCt X, D.WAlSWaiGIIT....._ .........._..1Lctelf Are You Supplied ? Give Us A Trial Order h
"Don't let that worry you;' said Gen. ntury. not to mention the scores of 11-12 WEbT PALM BEACH. Gicea.t Gab.cvii.c, F'wt.r'J: .
Miles. "1 was a private soldier oncepysalL" minor wars in half-civlied countries, i!
like South America i, 1t '
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RICHEST WOMAN IN UTAH.Poor .
WASHING THE HAIR.

sr ., CITY + MEAT + MARKET.WESTERN
,
< .
\VIlow MX Y..r< Ago, Her Income
I I A GREAT MISTAKE TO WASH IT TOOr .
Jiov.' ears 911)0.0111) .. You iE ) -
| FREQUENTLY.

F Mrs. Susanna Bransford Emery is the MEATS A SPECIALTY.

i richest,we mm in Utah and perhaps of
.
:" terse Wuh the Hair When IIUtl'.ID'f

I + .,, From a Cold U lb. ".ad-"lal. Ad.I the entire west. 7t BEEF VEAL. :SAUSUHARMOUR'S: STAR HAMS.:

f .lea That Should lie Strictly Followed About five years ago her husband, PORK, IH.A1I CPKKSE.!:: : 1'Kl'S I EUf. ;
A. C. Emery, died leaving his widowa -
; .. Order to Avoid Trouble. MUTTON, KUON: ANI>> BOlOI.NA.
\. lot of supposedly worthless mining
It Is aa great a mistake to wash the
I fROZEN TUrfKUYSM!
proerty with which to make a living. CII1CKIJNS.

hair too frequently aa It is to wash It Being in great financial difficulties she milTKR, KGAN1 MJUHTArlLES.VENISON : .
too seldom. In the former case the 'to ..
Tell the Took. AND WI!.!) CAME IN SEASON.
constant use of water is apt to wash That beefsteak broiled ,without salt A

away the natural oil of the skin, with. c r ia much more juicy and tender. It % FRESH FLORIDA MEATS. '.

out which the hair not only loses its may be seasoned with salt, pepper and ,

glossy look of health, but is apt to butter when ready to serve. #,

turn prematurely gray and grow thin That a little.boiled rice or corn,left : Representing! : Armour's racking t'o.'s Western! Mat K B. Raulerstn'

and acant). In the latter case the from dinner can be made into most Florida Weals. 4'

mouths of the oil vessels at the root of excellent fritters by the addition of an '

the hair become clogged, dandruff GEO. S. ADAMS
egg or two, a little baking powder and Proprietor

forms, and the growth of the hair U: flour to make a stiff batter; then fry s-'

impeded, and the hairs themselves become In hot lard. WEST: PALM BEACH FLORIDA.

matted and dusty looking, and utterly .t rr That rancid butter boiled in water --

impossible to be endured.To with a pinch of charcoal will lose its -

keep the hair in perfect health it rancid odor and taste and may be used ......Give.A ATTENTION EVERYBODYHAVE !
,
should be washed at regular stated in- for cooking purposes.

tervals. It you are strong and well coffee
That musty or tea pots maybe YOU SEEN THOSE; ElEfiANT
and free from a cold of any kind, once cleaned and sweetened by putting --

in every three weeks or a month is the In a tablespoonful of wood ashes and NSW DRESS GOODS, WRAPS AND LADIES' NOTIONS

proper limit of time to allow between .. i filling with cold water; then set over
the washings. It you are in delicate -Ji'Sf, a. C:,IVz D AT-
;; the fire and boil, and after a thorough

health, it should be washed every six ,',1.\\. !;, washing and rinsing they will be as
weeks. \ \ .w 9;\: ) \ THE HONEST PROFIT
.
HOUSE
.. ., .v.,.. ;I good as new.
\, t
On no account should the hair be \ That broken bits of bread should not

washed if you are suffering from a cold r''e ,v.lr-- ', : be allowed to accumulate, as they can .Th .

in the head or from influenza, as serious <: .: :, J' be fried or served as cream toast when ; :: eS

trouble may be the re .ult. And in "....,.. too large to be put in with the crumbs
a winter time it is best to have the hair LITTLE BROS
MI'S. nHSN.. |HI ANSTOKD EMERY.ent : for powdering; beat vp an egg or two

shampooed at home instead: of going to to work de\elop the property with a little milk, dip the sliced bread

the hairdresser's, and it should always in this and fry slightly! in good hot
and today Mrs. J5i-iy! receives over FERTILIZER
be done in a room with a fire. It is a ana fHOSPHATE COMPANY
in hot water
,
toast
dip
i I'j.i'to: !month in d:viclend.s. Her mine drippings or
bad plan to wash the hair just before white
and with
butter cover
l.5 known as "Silver Riot: The property slightly I
going to led. as the hair has no time to Jacksonville "
adjoins the Cheat Ontario, tae sauce. Florida.
dry properly, and is apt to remain
richest silver i>roi>oiitiun ib the world. Hag far <>| which is injurious
damp until morning, very ---- ---
to lu growth. The best timesto At inioiae of :5.1I"J a year otght to t'I 1 A pretty bag for opera glasses ii : ".

;3J.Ullf any \\om..:.. Nut tins does not made of cream colored satin lined v It J wash the hair are the morning, the t
repre.i-rt the .IIDorr.l c: Mm. Emety'a throughout with yvle pink slit uU .lltl.
afternoon, or between: 6 and 7 at night. .\ PinehpphK' k. WI itt, in UK and w.* can giv
"spending. money" l I.y any rueana. elaborately trimmed with laoe Tilt ... you
In the latter case the hair will have
She became iI::el<>.teJ la the Grand bottom U made over a fl/m round place in-rf value for \i'iir imuiry than oilier Miinufncturer
plenty of time to dry before you have any
Central, a .olJ yi-oevt in the great of card-board: ,.meaaariag.flve Jnctoa ia
to to bed. In the former case if you dealer
go in
or lliif
rinUc or DureLi: uiiing:: JMHH. In diameter, .and U. Covered, inside, and State tn from ar.y
have it washed in the daytime, be care-
one year thl bna ; :id! the rich widow ovtaide and seamed together alt the other Mate Wiite for pamphli .
tit
ful not to go out of doors till it is quite price-, ,
..
,something like! }l , dry, or you will rua a very great risk to above aMrt'RII.
'
recently refused! to *eil her luteieat In ia eighteen inches long and six to bee 11-1297
of taking cold. '
the mine for $JlCH'--O.\
deep.
It ia well to give the final drying I .
The dainty design is worked on the
with a palm leaf' fan. Hold the longhair
To II..U' Sr.w.y !Neeke. lower of the bag with silk and
at arm's leLfcth and fan the air part Chance to do Your
Now that it has beeu diIC'oveed that beads. Ten rings are se,." on the bajI .. ,
through it vigorously.: This is the A
H.
;
the linen collars worn by women for MALTBY
Norwegian method, and is a very successful I
several years are ruining the beauty .
one. and is not at all likely to :
of their neck remedies: for scrawny
-* give cold, as it would seem liable to do I
and wrinkled necks are in demand. =
at first sight If in winter time, you ---DEALER IN --
If there be a general absence of fleshon
should sit near the fire with the hair
tbe body, careful dieting; will do all
down for half an hour or an hour before
that i U required. As many as five mealsa FURNITURE
putting it up again. U In summer WINDOW SHADES
day may be indulged In, but they I ,
time, sit by a sunny window, or in '
must be taken: at regular hours, allowIng Ifth
the open air for the same length of 0
sufficient time for digestion in be- ( fix' yIr MATTINGS > OILCLOTH
time___. provided.. of n course_____ _. that____ .your_ __ { .
hair washing has taken place in the tween. |
Plenty of milk milk puddings, eggs, I .
d tlU
daytime and not after sunset. .
bread, cak=". s-veet fr--.its! and all kindsof 'S-TOCK.
You must be sure that you have an vegetables! meat well cooked and ,ii --fUNERAL SUPPLIES IN a'I

abundant supply of fresh warm towels,
fish should be partaVen of till signs of
and that your hair Is quite dry before
improvement are \h,lble. Then care'
It is brushed and combed. Your brushes I Practice the Latest Methods in the
must be observed that one does not j i Embalming Dead.
must be perfectly dean as well. It
err in the other direction and become ,
Is better to brush and comb a small
stout. When trying to put on flesh, : Masonic Block West Palm
portion at a time to avoid tangles. Beach Fla.
avoid eveiything avid: take plenty of l r
Never have the hair put up till it is .
warm baths, acd sleep and rest as -
as dry as before you began to wash It.
much as possible.But .
If you prefer to have your hair sham 0' You Want a
if it be only the neck and shoul-
pooed by a hairdresser, be sure to only i :
ders which are scraggy! and more flesh ?
STEAMBOAT
go to a first-class man who is very I OPERA GLASS BAG. 1 e have them o Srll,aed if s clime
is Dot required or desirable! on the rest
no>'con han tonu.t wec.ihlnuM
particular in his methods. I have too
of the body, a different method mustbe about an inch above the embroideryand Viork Just what touuant.: g
often known terrible skin troubles, eczema -
pursued. Cod liver oil can be easily pale pink satin ribbon is run
and other horrors
parasites taken In a little cold water, with a through these both ways so that the We are nlo PreparedTo
caught by people who were not particular -
ends will draw the bag.
pinch of salt afterward to remove tilt up Furnish
over these points, going to any .......
taste. ..
and every hairdresser that they hap- I A Cold Cream Jar.
The neck and shoulders must be
pened to.,be near. I much prefer to Our grandmothers excelled us la
bathed in warm water before retiringfor Pumping Outfits for
have the hair properly; done at home dainty trifles. One of the prettiest Irrigation.
the night, and olive or sweet oil
"
by a skilled maid to running any of ornaments on the dresser was an egg.
well rubbed in. In the morning, after
these risks. In one Instance that came At first sight it looked exactly: like an
bathing, rub gently and in a circular Write or call on u!; for Anything in
under'my notice, a terrible skin erup- egg from the pantry, for the shell waa Our Line that need.
direction for about ten minutes, follow. you
lion of this kind was caught at a hair- unpointed. Only as you looked at it
ed by ten minutes' exercise with dumb-
< dresser's abroad, and though that is you saw that one end was broken. Merrill-Stevens
\-- bells. Engineering Co
over seven years ago, medical skill has This eggshell was used aa a cold cream
Singing lessons always greatly Im- ,
not yet been able! to effect a cure Jar. When making cold cream our
prove the shaie of the throat, as this
though the disease is beginning slowlyto grandmothers would it into
pour an The Sun
has a great deal to do with breathing Tropical JACKSONVILI FLA.
yield to treatment empty shell which had been carefully ,
properly. Take a deep breath and holdIt
It must also be borne in mind that : prepared. After the egg was taken out .)4q.(7 PROPKIKTOR
as long as possible. Keep the neck
the shampoo wash, which may be excellent i the shell had been washed and sweet- Jackson lie Marirr Railways.
always well and warmly covered.
.a for greasy hair, is not so effective : ened with perfumery with a few drop ,

when the hair is dry ; left in the bottom. The cold cream
Daaurr Children Sacking Thumbs.
was poured in and was left to harden.
Although many babies throve and
Latent Mvl* tn Toqne The result! was a very nice eggshell

The accompanying illustration Is grew up in spite of sucking their full of lovely white cosmetic. Try this Job Department
thumbs, perhaps who died; might
that of stylish is many
a toque. It composed for yourself.
of tulle with spangled gold and have been saved if their mothers had i i GliEfl l G. ST Ofi1VI.

prevented their doing so. At le ut thatis I c..... Spot oa Hooka.I _

the theory of Dr. Monae looser, who I To remove grease spots from the -J. DEALER IN L

says that fever germs and all sorts 1, books heat the greased spots by holdIng -

of other germs may be carried to the them before the fire, and place Prints Letter Heads

11eh system by putting the fingers in the clean blotting paper between each Staple and Fancy Groceries

I mouth. I sheet, warm the leaf once more, and Note Heads ,

The careful mother of to-day in her paint the stains on both sides with essential -

wholesome fear of deadly germs, must oil of turpentine made boiling StatementsBusiness Grain and all Food Supplies.

have: co sympathy for her little one's hot. Repeat if necessary; then brush Cards

determination to sick Its thumb. She i over the parts again with rectified -.-

should exert all her gelf-control. when 'I' spirits: of wine Bill Heads
I COUNTRY PRODUCE
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the temptation tomes to het to yie.d; -

I to the little tyrant, to keep him quiet. I M..I..I Prnlt. And all kind of Fine Stationery Always Fresh, Kept In S-ock.

Should the habit be a fled one', she I In following recipes for the canningi
i and of fruit it should be Your Patronage Solicited -
preserving
I should treat the rebellious thucb to a remembered .

coating, of aloes, or He poa; e.-eor to that a quart of fruit must be Are You Supplied'XZ Vest) palm
".U Beach
the more heroic remedy of a good | measured in a quart measure, not in Fla.

spanking.Can. i the trade!men's baskets, which vary In .

siw, but are never a full scriptural

Abuse Their 1I11..auda. 1 QUart. Fruits and vegetables should
Give Trial
I us a Order
In the matter of wom n's rights be sold-here as they are abrotd, by

Abyssinia is far ahead of Luropo. According the weight, instead of try meoeor

to an authority, the house: and I WAIT !=WHIT !

all its contents belong to her, and if the Goad lor Yo...: C.IN. WAIT !

husband offends her she not only can The beAt food for you Kg ranartn to AND SAVE YOUR 4
hard-tollod mixed And We Will MONEY
but does turn him out of doors till he egg with a little

It duly repentant and nuke amend wheat bread. Cut up the! egg AM and Uitil Mrs. J. Frank returns from New York with a Full Line
add to it of r of
a part a roll that baa been
by the gift of a cow or the half of a
is half the valueof soaked in water for a few minutes, and
camel-that to say, LADIES' AND GENT'S SHOES-
+ a camel. On the other' hand, it u then tqueeM dry. Great care must be j

> ew the privilege and duty of the wife to taken that the food be fresh for if it Please You.

o' be the least sour it will kill the birds. .. DRY AND DRESS
abuse her ni.sband. and she can divorce GOODS

herself from him at pleasure whereas' Sovel ,

'\ ctIk + the husband must show reasons to justify A newly designed Italia pie and DUa.cake bak- CLOTHING MD. BEHTS.. FURNISHINGS,

I such act on his part.
an
I ing dish baa a hollow projection form- ... ... ....
STYUSJi 1' l"E. ed in the bottom, which extends level luck one Will SELL itihAf. Come Une, Com All to th*
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silver lace application, and is trimmed Watrh Children'* Ear*. with the tot and has vent holes in the

wllh a large pink' coral colored velvet Mothers should be careful in tying a !sito, while the top Is provided with

00,;", surmounted I"y a white aigrette.nitnrrv cap or bonnet down over the little i srrev-threided reress for the inser- .BOSTON STORE.

-- j one's ear.. The ears shn'ld be laid :Jor o' n handle by which the dish may r 1 .
the side of the head insteadof '
In Pbl.a.I flat :against ,P 1'fted when hot.

In CCl'h'n China the p'ltles! desiring carele=sly fr'iJod' for rrd. It is this --.- MRS. J. FRANK, Proprietor.

I divine lie.V i i .1 I I. rh..p.ti
r l i t-.tt.ce oi fci.a...-t* 4ii(. ht thing u6) ii. the rte ': .e-d ("n that de- hoi til not Le left cut for any length oft.me WEST PALM BEACH pnd MIAMI, FLORIDA.

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Danger of Traveling by In.... IB BURKHARDT5 West Palm, Beach, Jan. 26, 1809.
LESSON VI. FiRST QUARTER, INTEfr Half the Rr-ttlrinc-nt was at the cabin,
Siberia .la Wl.. .. I
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when the doctor came for his daily V CENTSCENTS TAKE ESPECIAL NOTICE
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NATIONAL SERIES. FEB. 5. Traveling by sledge in Siberia In I visit al crowded around when he approached -. .

winter baa ire perils, as the experienceof the bed, where a white sheet of this Price

Text of the L...on. Jobs !v. 43-04. Mr. Robert L. Jefferson and bit set Itself stiffly over all that had re- < VV J }} ij in For BurkhardtV Mocha and I

Memory V.rsca 49- Gol4ea Text, friends goes! to illustrate. The incidentis i quired his m1Dist Uons. Bud Wilson, .
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cantering down from the Hill "-Yt Java: Co5ir Then see if you
John tv, Commenlarf Prepared. told in "Rou bing It In Siberia: I ramie ; CENTS
caught sight of the unusual tbroiif and "t
fcy the R.". D. M. 6te...... We bad chattered six sorry looking D' con match the price anj-
his
flung horse's bead sharply by
up
boras to drag na on to the next stags. lj '
: Copyright 1888. by D. M. 8te&rM.l It was night when we started The driv- the side of the house. I here.
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41ow after two days Ha departed "What's the racket r he asked of --
er. maudlin drunk, bad to be helped ;
one of the men standing by. "Someone
j thence and went Into Galilee. The SIr
to !hia seat and we set off along the hurt?" ..
, '" tuaritona, hearing the woman's femtiraocy. o CENTS B :TR3 STiLir-Got some
narrow roadway at tbe usual gallop I "Jim McMlllan's baby's dead."
I came unto Him to hear Him for them- '
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o which bowerer. soon dwindled into a i Bud Wilson was a handsome fellow. 9 '' *umploo and them try toGroceiies.
Bulvei. Many believed because of what mere shuffle through the snow. We had He sat a horse superbly and rolledlgarl"tt,1 AdvertisersWho MOCH! AM JAVA LUMLfi'
she told them and through their entreaty laatdt tlern.L. .
gone to sleep, and home hours after our ; to perfection bending them
He abode there two day, and many more In the Mexican In the surprise
departure Gaskell woke me and said bethought way.
believed Localise of ills own word (rersef something wee wrong of the announcement he rolled one W. BURKHARDT,

89-43). Thus Boula were eared united to The now placing the wisp of paper on the
sledge was at a standstill, and riatsst .
flint made partakers of Hid redemptionand pommel of his saddle while he poured -
oar eboota to the yemabik brought no
Ills glory,and there wu joy In heaven the tobacco Into It. After a meditated 1l101rClH.'C

as well M In Somalia (Luke xv, 7, 10)). respnuba. Black darkness prevailed. 1 whiff or two that burned thepaper Use the
bandied oat of the
sledge benumbed
so
half down to his fingers he
Untold blessing came to them through,
that I could scaruely move. I felt along threw his
and swing-
cigarette ,
Jew,and because of Him they argot their away
difference the sledge slaking to my knees in the ing down from his saddle tossed his O. Ciller Miller Longbolhaui

DOW bridle over the nearest fence post and -

U. "For Jesus Himself testified that a The driver's perch was empty, and walked back to the door as softly as S. B. MILLERS CO.litabtlr.bed .
prophet balh uo honor In bin own ooun- his
high-heeled boots and swaddling
just thou I stumbled over one of tbe
zj try," His own country was Nazareth, goatskin "chaps" permitted.Bud 1841-
horses, which was lying buried up to Columns of
and. though Ho taught la their synagogue, Its neck. It waa clear that the driver Wilson at one time had been .-WHOLESALE-- ,
they only wondered at him and called very attentive to Lizzie McMillan before -
had fallen from his and that
eeat, the I
Him the cnr nter's son and were offend- she was Lizzie McMillan. Certain Commission
bcrseg! had wandered from the track. Fish Dealers.
fId at Him. HO He did not many mighty )f the range people had said "it would
works there Uoauae of their unbelief The poor beaeta were stack fast, and a sure be a match. but Billy Howe, R

(Math liii. M otl).' We need not think it closer inspection showed one of them Bud's most Intimate friend in the 7 Fulton! Fish Market, NEW YORK. ;

Strange if ftotnetlnro dose nearest to ui to be dead, literally frozen to death .It round-up pang, had prophesied that

do not think much of us. If well known we would save ourselves from the same "ye; wouldn't rope Bud fer no such THE SPANISH MACKEREL SHEEPS-HEAD, BLUE FISH

In heaven, we can be cunteut to bo unknown fate, prompt action was necessary. halter yet,' and they had not.
on earth, and the oounclougneed of The other horses were nearly sooeoinbing. The door was pulled open at the FQMPAHO, RED SNAPPER GREEN TURTLE ETC.

His approval, whore we are and whom we They lay fiat on their Atom- newcomer's knock. He paused a moment Stencils Promptly Farnbked. ll.lOtf

nerve, U everything (ACt sxvU. 23; II ache and nibbled at the snow We cut on the threshold, then walked in

Ttm..tt, 15) the dead animal adrift, and using the with bowed bead and stood looking --__ ___ u ___
45 "Then bon He wad come into Gal-: sown at the figure in tbe little white

hoc the GaitUu.-is rocchul Him, having spare rope as whip we stood on either :oWn holding his broad sombrero in U. S HAIL! BOAT ECLIPSE."

even all the things! that He did at Jerusalem side of tbe living and lashed them till both bands, with Its heavy row of TROPICAL ,

at the feast for they afro went unto our arms acbed. At length they moved Deckles glinting around the crown.

too feast" At the fuu>t of Jerusalem 11. and by poshing and polling we got the While he stood there the mother, Making daily! runs (except Sunday) between West Palm Itettb ncdfcao t

had cloanacd tbo tciuple and wrought sledge turned. Then step by step, with whose silence had at last found voice
many luirwltitf (chapter 11. 17, 23). AI much floundering and many falls we fiat in the adjoining room looking slopping lO't al! intermediate points. ,
one time lUiKoid. 1 be works that I do
began! to retrace our way war the empty field. She was croon- I'ApiiEJfttiiRs, FKEIGHT LSD KXI>KESS.-Freight carried to and from
boar wltn xu of tuo that tho Father hath '

aunt Mo (John v. W), and lIe alau 6 said AU this in pitch darkoew in a raw, I ng"Yes.to herself My pore softly.child's gone. But It's the F. E. C Ily., and all landings on the run,free of ch arye f
The Father wbo dweU ta lo Ma He doeth odd wind and In momentary expectation .t SON

the works Uiv, 10). We are commanded of one of all ol tbe horses dropping/ Drought Setter ot1'-Ah it right know Ah'm it. Ah'd sinful never an' ElIIJLE.--Boit leaves West Pa.hu Beach, 8! a. m sharp, .rrii\iliot.
up
to let our light so shine that others may de d. 1 worldly, an Ah'd 'a' brought it up to Juno, 10:20 a. to. Returning, &rriveVfct .P Iia

BOO our good worka&nd glorify our Father It WAS a terrible experience, but we iaynce an' all such things. Ah know .. .
which id in buuveo48. Beach, 1:10 p. u.
regained the road and finally reaobed have .
Ah would. Ah'm not fit to aid .
"So JMMU came again into Ceoa nt the village I so weak an' sinful, an' flod has ..... Steamer! IiCi.iPSE.isi for charter afternoon to fuliin-: or Tocntr&rties.
Galilee where He wade the water wine, ,
taken it back now, an ue mugnt not
and then wee a certain nobleman what .
BLIND MAN'S BUFF. I if it bed stayed with me an' growed
BOO waaaick at Capernaum. At the marriage
supplied their need He delivered ap like me." ViiiTc.ts-Please note that the morning trip to Juno takes passenger
Th* Origin .f ThU Favorite Sport .fChildhood her
She sat by the kitchen window,
from He la difficulty the same, yesterday Hemanlfa&tod, today Hla and glory.for sad Yoath. I Cloak on as though she were about to CLAIMIt ? ibrou;L the liajst fishing grounds of the Lake and to all who desire -

eVer (Heb. till. 8). and we are assured This favorite Eporl of childhood and 10.out. and swayed softly back and it, givtij aa hour at Pitti Island-the Gem of the Lake-where din < t

that He will supply all our need, and deliver youth ia of French origin and very high I forth her fiDe .hl'ud and figure makinp ner can be had, and the attractions of this heantiful spot enjoyed.I .
from all diJEcultlee. and preserve uf antiquity, having been introduced into I : a superb silhouette against the .

unto Hid kingdom (Phil Iv. 19; 11 Tim. England in the train of the Norman I square of light: behind her. aldo have for charter to pleasure parties the Sailing Yacht "Ar-

lv, IS). conquerors. Its French name, "Oolin "But Ab cayn't bear to think of Is The "
47. "When be board that Jesus wauoorae ier Ij-In' oat there in the rain an'suow," thur B.
M
i1lard. of
waa that a brave warrior,
of Judea Into Galilee, be went unto the went on. "Ef It was only Summer
opt the of whose exploits still livesin For terms of charter of Steamer or Sailing Yacht, and for any fur. '
memory '
Him and besought Him that He would tn It was green; an' th"re was flowersbut
come down and heal his son, tor he was the cbronielea of the middle ages to be oat thereAh cayn't bear ther information, apply to J. C. Stowers, Postmaster at W P. B. <;

at the point of death." He heard that In the year 999 Liege reckoned among jo think aboat it Ob. Ah cayn't1.: WILL H. SANDERS Owner.

Jeeua was come, therefore sumo one must its valiant chiefs one Jean Oolin. f J-s Wilson stood looking down at the i

have been telling. How DI1IJl'*dury it la acquired tbe name Maillard from his :hild while she spoke not once lals- ._____

that we should be ever tolling tout Jesus chosen weapon being a mullet, where ng his bead. Then he turned and BEST

hag come and auflartd and did and risen with in fight he used literally to crush went out as quietly as he bad come Ocean Steamship )

again, and by UU life and death and resurrection bla! opponents. In one of tbe feuds Company
provided eternal redemption for A."What's she sayln' bout flowers.
which of
in
were perpetual "
611 who will receive Him, and that Hti recurrence Bill?" he asked of one of the men on "SAVANNAH LINE.
those times be
encountered tbe Uoant
Will coma again to give immortal bodiedto
.he outside, indicating) the direction of
all His people and to set up IJU kingdom do Loaram in a pitched battle, and, so .he mother wish a twist of his brows.
"
1 on the earth I runs tbe story, in the first onset Colin "Liz? Oh. nothin'. She's picked out 4 Florida
48.. "1'bODlIG1d Jesna onto him, Except Maillard lost both his eyes. He ordered
for the out there
he place grave on
ye see signs and wonders ye will not be- hill esquire to take him into the thickest he knoll by the river, where she can Advertising To New York $ And Boston.
.lleve." Faith needs to be tried for .
by of the fight and furiously brandishing iee it from the window, and she wants ---- --
trial faith in ctrcugthuned. Jesus! never A Short Rail Bide Savannah Thence'
his mallet did such fearful execution :o have some flowers there some time. to ,
Bald an unkind or an unnecessary word, .f
that victory soon declared itself for him. "So she's cry in' for dowers" Wilsonnused. :
,and therefore there He
woa a ouuaa why A Short Sea Voyage. r
should speak to this nobleman. They When Robert of France beard of them "I,et's ace. No up train till 5

were ever saying, Shew us a sign. What feats at arms, he lavished favor aud lo-morrow. and that's too late. I'll -x 'I Sailing from Savannah:

eljn shewest Thou(Math. ill. Si; John it, i honors upon Coliu, and so great was io It. D-n me if I don't!" !

IS) and there may hate been a desire for the fame of the exploit that it was commemorated The funeral service was not elabor- : 5 Ships Each Week 6

such even In this don's bears, for the in the pantouuuno representations ite. The one minister at Table stock, MEDIUM -------

Lord know what in alto was also the carpenter, came over
was man that formed part of the rode All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with sailing schedules.Price tot general
49. "The nobleman with unto Him, 'or the occasion. There was a hymn
dramatic performances of the age. By information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation, or call on
Sir, come down ere my child die. When >y Jarring voices, a chapter from the

it la! a great emergency and the soul U degrees the children learned to act it.. Bible, read while the mm, for the E. U. UINTON, Traffic Manager, WALTER HAWKINS, Fla. Pass. Agt.,
for themselves and it took the form of :
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very much in earnest our words are apt nost part. crowded bareheaded around
to be few and to the point Perhaps at a familiar sport he open door or tramped heavily over Savannah Gi. Jacksonville,.Fla. J-Io

the man journeyed be tolerated doubtful The blindfolded partner, as, witb .he faded flower beds that lined the --

thoughts, but by our Lord's remarks brecover < :. bandaged eyes and extended bands, he vd wall with a starved stubble of Of Any The climate of the East Coast of Florida

himself and now comes this cry grope for a victim to pounce upon ;t'nprypurtulac'a..,!lWl't-t-\\illiain and

of faith, believing that U Jt us'wlU only seams in some degree to repeat tbe action jachelor's-button the Springtime is nearer perfection than that of any
bin will live. It (ath r'i soul toward the
come boy was a caching out of some
of Colin Maillard, the tradition of
boon cry for his eon. See one much more which is also traceable tbe x-autlful. now beorne, as everything : K other place on earth. 4 444nt
in ,
name
pitiful io II bam. svlii, 33, because It real nust, but the setting for the common
too late. What did our f ether in Heaven blind man's bluS.-Philadelphia Press.Ilia .rapedy. Once, while the service was

foul as Bee up His only begotten Ben ender way. an ore train went pounding 4v

for uef Re...... )y with a'sudden roar and clatter of y

50. "Jeeua saith unto him, Go thy way, Some of the best of Dean Pigou's sto- wheels.After.

thy son Uvtth.; And the man believed the ties come from Halifax (not Sheffield). the service four of the men WEEKLY PAPER {> ;

word that Jeeus had"spoken unto him. One of these concerns his verger, one -arrled the coffin to the place wherehe ,
and he went his way. The wtmevoloe
had been hollowed out on the
venerable grave
which said, Let there be light, and there riagar. Imagine him a figure )lun above the river. The sagebrush .

was light; the same word that made the with gray hair, fcknlloap, gown and thickly on the stiles of the slope.. i i"lth
crew
verger's staff. In ignorance they bad f i' sty
heavens and all their host; the One I"bom \ an occasional yucca lifting! its ? tt4
nothing is hard or wonderful (Qea married a man to bis deceased wife's
ared Wades. Th re was quite a steep
i. 8; Ps. mill. (I; Jer. xuii. 17) said to eietor scent fur a dozen yards, or more, owl In The

this man the.o comforting words, and the Sugar, whose business it Watt to set- he men who were carrying the coffin

man refits open them in quietness and tle tbe matter about the banns was at lad to watch their srcps.' As they ;

confidence and goes his way expecting to once crow examined. "Ob, yea, vicar" cached the top of the rt".. tbe leader
find hUt h and not dying. There
M>U tug
said be "Ikuowed rigbt welll! I know- darted then went on amid a low mur-
are joy and petal in bel1O\fog, but there U
ud parties "But why did not nur of surprise.The Oupnil
no KteadfaxtiMaM apart iroui it (Horn xv, you W
18; II Cbrun. xs. 20; L& vii, 9). tell me?" I should have forbidden yellow mound of newly turn.1'IIrth

61. "And as he was now going down them." "Well, vicar it was just this had U"lIl'ltl'llr.1 under the rl.-izzl-

hia servant met him and told him say way, do yon soe. One of the parties iii| bunk of fllJwl'r8-ro1's. carnations. I TATE Of FLORIDA. /
iliesa little browned at the edgi-s In
Iheth. And It to
tog Thy run M came wee 84 and t'other b'tt. I says to myself: N
be chill air, but white and glorious
as Jetius & ld. When Paul was told
peiss ; Let
it last 'em
can't
'Lord long. wand f f1
till In the morning li, ht and hidingis
by the angel in the storm at boa, after all "
bother the laws!' -London News.A .
hope was given up, that iJl, would beBuved one came up the slope, even the

he stood forth and Bald Be of good iigjred edge of the grave Itself.!

cheer for I believe God that; It shall be Regular Polyglot. No one knew whence they came anti F F i i F F F. F F e t a F

even as it was told ma And ao it tame A gentleman in a rural district drew he minister, taking adva:'tage: of the

topaee (Acts util, 8b. 41). When Mary down upon bia bead storm of adverse xrondcr, wove into Ills final words a

believed the message of Gabriel, it is written criticism by marrying a aooond wife vference to that promise of Him who

of her, "Bk** foe there shall be a performance of thone ishw."
Two of those good ladies who look
things which were told her from theLurd" generally Bud Wilson rode home with his
I tbe surface of and I AdvertisingRate t&Cwxnrt o t ao ortr4e Oro,*,Ytne.rpr PlutrUonqt
things
(Luke, 48). upon 'ous4u Mtilie after the fnnt.ral. "YOlJ'l'OU.llo' -
I Crota uA Teget U Ttnaa of the
63. 'Tht'n inquired beef them the hour wbo are ever ready with condemnation e 'Ions over to stay to-nlgbt. wutry trftsUrf WODIA3

when Jw bu ran to amend. And they 1d were discussing tbe disgraceful affair.! Un't you?" she had asked.! "Yes, 111o RITEE, LAKE ITO TH and BISCAI3B Bljftn

unto him YubU-rday at the seventh hour Wby., my dear, there's his poor wife over and sleep he hail answered, d metel frm JvlsoBTOT via UaFLOKIDA
the fuser kft him." We may imagine the hardly cold in her grave and be goes ind then ft It her eyes upon him as he

anxious wuU'hers after the father left home and marries another I" "Dreadful! de lad tramped along ahead of her horseo Sheet EAST COAST EAILWAY.1i'4.

and how they would ruckon the time till dared tbe other. "I never heard ol : where he had left his own animal

his return bringing with him the great such a thing. "1 should think not it come distance from the! station. I
P"'pbcThor would say, Now betsbt "You must've been ridiu' that horse
Cava, now be is perhaps talking to Him, indeed, wot on No. 1 angrily. "Mar jretty bard. Bud," she began."Yes. I .

now if be has found Him be ought to be tying wife after wife like that-wby, 1 have rid her a little," he an- I -

c leaving for home and all the time they the wan'sa regular pdygot r'-Co rnhthl swered. Will be Sent on Application. -

D:V would be watching the sick boy, perhaps MagazineThe "You brought them flowers, too," she I :

unable to lift bis head, and not oaring r.oOpiO -. nt nn after n mrmmnt
his and they were longing for Lot of the ...eDM.I xe d .l" -" !! .K.A '.
eyes; He not answer. Another pause, &ao. .
to was born in 1837, and I have personal i i t
Jesus ooiuo. roken only by the Irregular clump of I Per t'Cf1 of haaetlYl Dmi,"Ea t Ooaa4 of 1'1or14a",beatarp tCflr
68. "So the father knew that it was at recollections of a lady in the early he horses' feet. I .

the same hour in the which J'-'fiUiMId unto forties using thenu :The curate of "Say.; Bud," she broke !in suddenly, : : 1'&hA1Ir I1otth. ul star tan rcauan, o64rw

him, Thy livetb. and himself believed lodged in a farmhouse ooutigaoos to 'why didn't you marry that girl? .: 1.3.ucm. I.I".BUDJT1l, JD.BIHf1)
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a his whole bouse." Faith oometh by V&.JitIlM: tea.L.c.., tnft.lnya. J.r.A.
and. I
His wife was tall
my father's place. a "I dunno. I s'pose It was because I I
hearing the word of God (Rom. x, 17). tiT. &VCCSTCIP 1LA
Every promise believed and fulfilled increabes fine, handsome woman, dressed in black ranted to tear round with tie hoys.She's i 1 I __ __

our faith, and if only we are will- wben I first saw her, and had patches the only !girl I ever bored an' "- -

ing and yielded our God will fulfill In us "beauty spots" they were called-on 1 i 11e. pausedguess I've been going to I

all the good pleasure of His goodness and her forehead cheek (left, I think) and .he devil ever since. indtan, River Nurseries

the work of faith. with power (11 Theea. I, : cbin. I' told my mother on returning 'l'h..Y"l'nt on in silence! in the growng I
dusk, each thinking of the
; things! i
11). home, and she replied they were "beauty did R ..r.ii 'rl1- i'r.es *>f every varitty on Soar Orange sal Lennon Stock; also fall
hat not shape tLemsilves' theongup.
to
64. "This Is again the second miracle spot!!" and"in tbe fa hioo. have As ,.-. et' ; -i'an' i'r:.m and Ortamcn'al Trees" suited to this section, inc -
they 4'd to dismount t
: pau
that Jesua did when He was come out of a most vivid recollection of seeing her Before the pate Rod! drew to bisjousin I. : -,oj'",: ".:i.i1c1! Mangoes; ; 50 Vareties ot Crotin 25 Varieties: of
miracleiwe up
the
In two
Judas* intoGa1Uee" and her husband on the occasion. A Palm Ro-es, Strawberry Plants, Pineapple Slips, Etc I i
and health. In HljTcscnee
he
la gladmvs fulluosa of Joy. There U ft handsomer couple you would rarely "Say. MeOle. du.'t say anything a h iGHN B. BEACH, Proprietor, .:- WEST PALM BEACH FLA. : 'j

nvur the Bream whareof make glad. i meet.-. oI88 and Queries ibout them flowci*. "ill youV" 1 1 1 :


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FUN AND FACTS. It required an effort to swallow 1 I \1 JEWELED -
RAILROAD '
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r .. yon," said the whale. | 8 .

: .. "What of that?" retorted 1J1t CLOCKS and

Witty Sayings. Interspersed_ With Jonah. "It will 1 j. (
.-. t Business require a greater effort EVERYTHING UP TO DATE.

Bargains. 2,000 years from now to swallow 1L Tht1J7, Fine Nickle Movement" Screw Bezel, -

ill the story." sent to any address on receipt of $ ;

'- ,The Most and Best Bananas always to 0 Jonah was a true prophet.-New i

be found at Clematis Ave. Supply Store. York Troth. SPECTACLES AND i ;

Polljr-WhafB Freddy crying for I Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing Promptly :
i Dr. R. ,
P. Whiteburst
C. Dolly-Because he dug a-big hole in All diseases of the Bicycle, Specialist.successfully I Charge,paid one ay. R. J. : (J

the garden and mother won't let him treated. Will be found at t111L.ml 5-11 225 W. Bay. Everett Block, ] ; I

bring it in the house.-Pick Me Up. Adams' Bicycle Hospital. 'f I

Suits Suitable for the Season-Prices "They are talking of raising tea in .. t

to Soit-SIRKIN'S BAZAAR. southern'Kansas." 0 P.I.Y.C. ,WHERE AVE \ I
.. :
; .. Piper-Say, Muggsy wat'a a statn "Beef tea. "Chicago Tribune. An Account of Both the Regular' and p : i

12 quo, anyhow? A splendid violin, fifteen years in use the "Changeabout" Races.The A Resume of the Work ; I j

_;Moggsy-Why, dat's whenyou've in first-Was* condition, can be boughtfor Pastors.

f got dejay downan'aresittin'on him. $25.00. Instrument, guaranteed. fifth dub race was sailed in' the rain p (J I J:

Philadelphia North Address "Violin" care TROP I C.U:SUN. on Friday afternoon. There were but .
Am.cricari.-
The News of All tie ReligiciM'
four
entries but
a good race between I
: No need sending away from home for I "That man,Flasher has broken out the "Idler" and "Drucie." A Foretelling of Future (! k

any boats when Capt.A. T;'Rose can I The weather had been wet or threatening Ev.nu.Bplaeopal ,. {
build you one as fine or as cheap as you again.What ,
"
*want.. See him. and place your order. a temper: he must hav*>. all the morning. and several ofthe :

'It isn't; temper.It's buckwheat members took it for granted that no Sec vie
"Boxley, why is it that nevVr EPISCOPAL CHOW'n-Bethesda f i
you cakes."-Cleveland Plain Dealer. race would be sailed. Race was over j

associate with the Roberta: anymore the regular double triangle .course, a Ev.r. KiTZ-jAMES REV.HIXCKV J. N., :\ : :: J0e '
?" SPWit every Sunday : : 2 e
CAKEWALK. starting from Maddock & Mstthams'wharf. morning
Sunday: .School
at 3 p. m. 2Je 0
"Gracious, man! Roberts is only a'piuin'ber. The wind was from east-north BkOTUfcBHOOD OK ST. A\t> !: .
trie Sx-coo4 and fourth Be
I'm a bicycle repair r.-" east. Time. was as follows : incuts. t.. .. ; 15c
The Colored Folks Give an Evening's W. K, AitMSTBONO.., I
Detroit Free Tress. Start. Flni..b. flaw.I'rucie ,
Amusement For the Whites. ........2-47-25 8-49-05 10140I01 .
Wanted to Rent-A Singer Sewing .r...........2-47-20, 8-10-45 1-02-25. \JS.' E. Chuveh, : (
Machine. _Address, stating terms The There Servian will be held In their .
entries
were no in the second]
f fI
Baltimore Tailors West Palm Beach. Last.Friday night a company of colored building on be First and Third
class, and only one in the. third, gh ing each tuntilh At II a. m. anti ?:w
men, artists in their several lines, ouecordiillTtiivitetl to atleud. ;
v" Sibter-Why don't you marry her? gave a performance in Lauth r's Hall to the Nuicy a walkover. Time was as of when the they said' unto roe, i>2l is go : I,
Lotd. '
Ktv.J. K. W
E Brother-I'd like to, but unfortunately amuse the white folks, of whom quite follows :. i

she has an impediment in her a crowd were i in attendance. Nancy ..2-53-10 3-39-40 50-80 tI t Congregational i. ,
: The next race will be sailed I
.. speech. There wa probably not one presentbut probably Rev. 8. D. PAINE, Pl\- i
Sister on Friday, February roth, at 2:30: p. m.., Services lit 11 a. in. ao'l 7:00 '
What is it? who had beard negro singing and
and N.boo'anil! I'aHtcirV BiblH ('!lid .
everybody wishing to .witness the
Brother-She can't "Yes.- seen negro dancing; though strange to ChriMian Kndeavor at 0'HO
say race, will be welcome on the wharf, at Meetinjj W'ednend-y at 7 p. m.
: Dublin World. say ninny of them had never seen a gen- the ....
starting point.
nine cakewalk before and some of them St. Ann's ,
YOU read it here and go to the Clematis A "change.about" race was sailed on Cetholla
had no idea, even, what such a thing with
: Avenue Be.'inntng Sunday
Supply Store and find it I is
out
Tuesday afternoon
over the regular I Kill IN; liulv Mann and Sermon .
to every time. was, consequently it may be said that at 10 o'rlock i *
club course, starting at the Mtddock & I a. m. Sunday & >
the final feature on the program was and Vesper service at 7.80 p. m. I fa-
Young Isaacs-"Pis dollar-bill id I Baited with interest. Matthams' wharf, that proved an-ex. I, On week dajH Ma> will be at

goodt but de oder ia bad undt] citing and decidedly enjoyable
'., von The fore part of the program, consisting contest. Star I
'dat ia all der This was probably the first race of its Evening Uodge:
he has
.
money i of songs dances, jekes and other Knights of 1a..

,. f Isaacs -Veil, let him hal! der tw )- doings, was gone through with very kind ever sailed on the Lake, and there Meet eveiy Friday Night at-oo:
was no end of fun it I aid time visiting brothers .- :
sailing as each
,dollar goat. Better ve lose half der ,creditably and to the amusement of the Ca t'e' Hall over niblic School: J .
profit as miss der sale."-Puck. i audience and at its close the centre of man sailed a boat belonging to some Guy I. W. .'.
METCALF K.
of
other member of the club. R. & s.
1t the hall was cleared and the cakewalkwas
.. Will call to Manicure Shampoo and The names of all the boats were printedon : '
,';,. give Electric treatments. Miss Quinn, given as the grand finale. ; At.
<\West Palm When the orchestra separate cards, then each man drew EPWORTH
; ; : Beach. struck up fonr I
., conples filed out on the floor and the fun a card and sailed the boat he drew, ,. 0

"Where there is BO mach smoke began. Each couple tried to walk their The result of the drawing was : Sid '

there must-be some fire," remarked best, the men and women each vieing Maddock in the "Idler," Com. Rich Program to Be Rendered ..

the manager. with the other as to which could take ardson in the "Siren," Arthur Judson February 5th. J the

Then he fired three employee who the fanciest and prettiest steps and carry in the "Drucie" Guy Clow in the, .
"Two-by-Four Subject-"Idle in the p
O. :
P. Bingham in the
had disobeyed the themselves with the
rule"No smoking greatest precisionand
"Nautilus," A. G. Hutchinson in U-e Leader, Miss Bessie of.
during business hours." the nearest to perfection. The
-New York "Nancy," 3.V.. Comstock in the- Opening song, No. 127.
promenading was kept for about
Journal. J up
"
"Charger. Prayer-Geo. L. Branning.
fifteen minutes when the contest was at ':
.t Dress and DryGoods-Hats and ShoesU1ta. declared closed the music stopped and' The course war a double triangleabout Song No. 66. ,
,Tailonng. SIRKIN'S BAZAAR. two miles around. The first-class Reading and explanation: J
the cake
fot ser
:; was brought th for present
sailed around three times Matthew :xs:, by
: and 1-19
the
"What's lion to the sec .
your occupation, bub,? winning couple.
asked a visitor at the capitol of[ a The decision was left to the audience, ond-class twice. The weather was fine, I. Song No. 137. .
and a strong puffy south-west v.iod. Prayer-Rev. J. R.
bright boy whom he met in the cor the cake being carried around and held blew. : IIding-Emlle

ridor. The boy happened to be I a in front of each couple respectively and Time was as follows : Voluntary remarks Anthony.by .
to the its
gives
couple that the audience
? in the White House."I'm visitors.
page running Start. FInl h. Time. & 0
most vociferously applauded, the reci P- Drucie........8-06-00
1 for eir"he replied 4-15-49 1-( -41)Idler ) Vocal Quartette-Geo. L.
congress, iho"T
lents being a colored man from one of ......_.S-06-00 4-11-00 1050..
Christian Intelligencer.Errand the East Side hotels and his partner, Slreu._.._.3-06-00 Didn't flalsh. D. A. Thomason, Rev. J. the
Charger..... J. R. Evans.
3-00-11 4-03-25 1081.4NaDcy..30oO for
It Boy Wanted-At the Baltimore a young colored woman from this city. i
No
Tailor.- Shop, West Palm Beach. Another entertainment of a similar Two by F'r3-01-o0 3-58-22 8-59-12 58-57-29 12! Prayer.Song 71. e.

"I have here a neat and pretty little character but introducing new features Nautilus....8-01-00 4-00-58 5i- 58 Announcements. ;

; letter opener," began the agent. and under a different management, will This race was not one of the championship Doxology. the
be given at the
"So have I at home," said the bus- same place Wednesday series, but purses were givento League benediction. up.

hess man sadly. "I'm married. evening. February 8th, and all who the man winning in each class. Mr. .... ad.
wish for
an evening's amusement should be Maddock
captured the first-class prizeand IMPORTANT TO :
Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. I
sure to attend.
Guy Clow the second. 1
At a meeting of the West '
of
_
.
-
Boat building done nght at home:inrk S.
: the most approved manner, good wesnanship CAN BE SEEN GROWING. ARBOR DAY. communicants of the
and at living prices. Call on -- held Monday afternoon to < a

Capt. A. A. &ose. The farmers' wail about bad weather An Appeal From the Public School Bishop Gray of this Diocese. \ the 0

"How did Sharpton win that $50of and cattle disease has become a dead Teachers For Help. of committees were made t

........ you, ChnmpleyV'v letter. Prof. Schinck of Stuttgart, Germany Next Friday, February 3d, Is Arbor ered.satisfactory: state of affairs for ;

: Bet me he could show me a stationary says that he can not only grow Day, and we, as teachers "of the 'West It seems that the little ; ,. .

L, engine running."-Detroit your vegetables while you wait-right i Palm Beach School are anxious to last !
summer (thanks to in. ;
from the seeds to the
Free Press. full-blown cabbageor that
co-operate, on day with patrons of, efforts of the Ladies' Guild : of
)
lettuce, as the case may be-but can the school and with I
4 Oranges Apples, Onions and Potatoesat also the newborn any other citizens debt as far as it has gone. I
rear calf into
the interested In the
Clematis Avenue Supply Store. general welfare of tie now needed cake it
prime healthy ox in a few hours. In town in the much needed work of improving
I: "Now I'm going to read the of the vices is to have seals altar
you a pretty case vegetable kingdom, scien. 'and beautifying our school

I story, dear,.all about the garden tists have long been on the verge of theProfessor's grounds.It the furnishings Ladies' Guild provided. and .

: of Eden." discovery. It has long been is impracticaple, however, to do energies. proposes

"Oh, mummy, please, notthatone. known that if potash were applied to potatoes much in this important work without Enough has been '..
money
: I'm so tired of that story ot the Adamses. the seed yielded more than double .first having a good decent inclosure. secure the services of

."-Punch. the quantity, and, what is more important The actual necessity of having orr once a month for the a nest
.
that disease
seemed to disappear. school grinds inclosed before much that ;
the little
time band of
Expert Stenographer (own machine- Now Prof. Schinck not only uses potash can be done in beautifying them, is tro
experienced Bookkeeper,Teacher,Chap- but mixes it with albumen. The to to have a rectiry, and funds
apparebt every one to need ..
eron. Miss E- X. Quinn. Palm Beach. any ar- hand or pledged to secure -
exact process is not known but
yet it is .2ument -: :
Mistress (to newly engaged laundress said in Stuttgart that he has been having The cost, indeed, is insignificant witn regular full."trauons. by ,,. ;
that time this
By will
): "And, now what Mhall!! we call quantities of eggs sent to his labora coir pared to the benefits accruing to tbe mission t
organized and will .
you?'' Laundress: "Well, mum, n.e tory. You call at. say midday and in town in general from having a handson privileges and of Mich \

is Bertha but friends all your presence he will plant a cabbageseed school building surrounded powers to j" =
name me by a ne .t The \isstof the Bishop and **
in a substance which *
looks
calls me Birdie.-I3ost.onTrancrpt. like red campus adorned with beautiful trees, *
assurances were a matter of '
.
earth. Then he will take the newly shrubs and flowers. :
Clothes Cleaned,Repaired and Pressed born calf which couragemect to the Guild ;
,
again:
; you can supply It would be a good hit if the grounds! :
SIRKIN'S BAZAAR. few who have held
alt and commence injecting his concoctioninto were inclosed at once so that the work up .
their efforts
}\Vanderer-Been eettin here it. I know it is hard to believe but of beautifying might begin In earn ert. to secure and
what they now have to show i
long? you can actually see the plant and animal Who will help? ...

Second Wanderer-Xaw, not Tery. growing, and by 6:30: the cabbagewill J. C. HARRIS, Principal. PEARLS IN 2
be full grown and the calf about the LULU ANGE\'IN2
Couple o day er so.-New York Assistant.
size of a healthy eighteen-month animal. -. I-- In the condition in which

Truth.- London Answers. "MAN BORN OF WOMAN.". is known in tile United Stiles: ; !

K. F. Huines has armed and will be ...p Man that is born of woman is small i in the cocosnnt i is! c ; I '
'
found at Wejbrecht's Machine Shop, content. The really ripe tnt. "4
and few In
potatoes hill
LITERARY AND a In !
SOCIAL CLUB. infancy *
and will do all kinds of repairing-Guns,
is filled! with a white W
Patois, Bicycles Locks and any kind p he is full of colic and catnip tea. atd in spongy *0*'
Chair wheels old he is full in the fLest oil which the nut
u iron work. tor sale.113tf. age of cusswords and rheu I
The club met at the usnal
time on Ths ; .
matism In his sponge is exposed to I
his
youth mother
-.- Thursday and enjoyed a social hour. to;.... .,,- ,, _,.._ __ I .taketb. u Cor two or titter davs in I -
"O mammal" cried little Alice AHA avAuan uci ucc: atiu )*trClCua. Ula
one
At four o'clock the club adjourned all illc .
until !
with her trough thoroughy I
and i
slipper when
he is
"w h stroke pubtty'sfur thisway.you the members a man
day, n you present expressing themselves last of the oil is then .
the sheriff
grown pursueth him aU! the i
can feel the electricity, andS as having had a particularly pleasant days of his life. He spreadeth like !squeezing the soft sponge in _
!
ear down iaib time. a bay: this canfal I .
wheujwu put your you tree. He getteth into office and Very rarely ,

ai' bee trolly."-Youth's Companion. 2nd.The next meeting will be on February I friends cling to him like flies to a his developed the presence of : 0..

_0... barrel. He swelltth with vanity, cutteth sugar which have much of the ,

FoiE CHEAP.- new road cart Uncle Fred-"\\ hat a good girl you ice for a time br.t is hewn down at the pearl. Eight or ten of these ,

i'tir used. Light, roomy;and just thf were not to cry when jou broke your next convection and cast into the salt pearls, all discovered in the j

Uimgforthero.ul3iii this section. In- dolly." box and hs; Mme is Dennis. Out ofnfnr -are- treasured. in European.. : I I '' '

quuc *t ThE SUN office. I Good Little Girl-"Xo, Ididn'tcry, aid out of friends he soon goes busted- ----, They range irom me size o: a

u No, I do.not think tibe will! marry but I'wjiistaH damp in*=id*.''-Truth.THEY ''and Huh down in the cow pa.ture beside Guide.to that of very small pea.-

uu. 1 Sh:; -''vowtd on the day ho was 0 the still waters of the brook. He dieth -S.--- !!

i t i'\irM 1 1b would not." SAY- I out of the world and goeth where it's "Oh tlitTP are utldirn! .

warm enough without clt.he.r and tJ e I, c.tlfis: fie rejected the jar of .
Thinking abuut.it already, wa's That the best habit to become addicted list
t I I. end of that man is worse than the j milk offered him by the : : I
I
174j1JviInatiEnquirer.; to is cheerfulness.! begiiiaug.-ExcLaue.! ; ,
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