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 Material Information
Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: February 23, 1899
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
lccn - sn 83025639
System ID: UF00075915:00552
 Related Items
Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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23
WEST.; 1899.
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I THANK HIM THE COUNTY DROWNED IN ST. LUCIE RIVER.. I
HgRE: AND THERE. TIDINGS IIVELYOOCAI LINKS PURELY PERSONAL '

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!*. TO E. C. 1r. i Sunday last Otto Wonderling,a young .a. ,

Scraps of News About This'and :Hut I thank Him that He lent her here A Budget- of-la terestloi Itetaa From What. the $uti'a,Alan Heard In. Thee German resident of Stuart was drowned People si They Cone and Go-Peopfe

i -. *ad Different Things. For A voices gracious take pretence a genUer la my tone home-; Regular Correapon9enb.t. : ( "Lively Local Whirligig.. in the- St. Lucie River up near that place, You May or May Not Know
e He was out in% sailboat and in at empt-
._.I.- Af each one speak, dace she hu come. -...--- ..- --.,.-
J ,*-* iYery ing to gibe capsized the boat and it at
lews/ Nets and: Ittms of InUwittIvtrjbodv Alone I sit and wearily Carnally Complied tnt Conflfted to that A Klrror' of Minor Happening, ,feel.deiti once sunk. Yesterday(Wednesdaythe A Mtlang of Foruaal Itami-Visitors IB !

la."Ofsntrsl and J Nobody. Bead o'er,VT talk wit anxious are, which of.MosjL Interest to the '. ,. Coming Events.; and % body of the unfortunate young man was the City, and Cltiitas Visiting

s '. 'la Fanicv.iar.Kietfiching ,Vbea, 10I I 11 lieu the froa-frou soft Cltlieas of Dde County Galaxy of.,Currant Gossip. I recovered hell and it Ooi' l'f tax tit,.
Of dikes iklru, the rtair. an inquest was
upon I "
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Y out In the _ocean is.again "And. itnttway fancy takes the place Lift I.E RIVER RIPPLES. .Mrs,,C. Jt Cope, one of the oldest women .. .. Editor Gardner, of the Mhmi Sunny
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Of heiTj work and carting care; '. .,
becoming one of the season's sports. And laughter aft and nppliug tang, -T--- in this town, died.Wednesday.* in THE HUNDRED YEAR CLUB. Land, was in town to-day. .

Glance the perfumed air. Tomatoes being shipped north her82d: year. .- ..
lightly through are .
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The telephone.poles ctthe Florida, 0: Taor- Sus.The Mrs. II. J. Stirling of Del ray, spent
from here day. Written for THE .
East Coast Telephone Co. are'reported And who but We could know the need, every .Mr. Geo.'Maltbv is arranging to builda Hundred Year Club founded Tuesday in town the guest of Mrs..WiU
by
Of her clear and fine. Messrs. Sears and COurtright made 'a Whidden: .
as set u far and work is still pare spirit : handsome
Boynton home his Lake .
on
winter
Colonel Smith of New York is an effortto -
being poshed.- To brush away the webi of doubt, business trip to Jliami, Monday, *
That preyed spon this heart of an.1 e.. lot Jost east of Mayor Whilldin's par.chase. make every man his own fountain of County Attorney R. R Taylor was in
Mr. A. Husk is confined to the house .
.
Sbetpbud'&lbIDgla reported good at perpetual youth. How to live 100 years this town and up to Juno Monday on legal ,
T i prove that In this life below. this week with rising op his foot. :. .
the Riviera wharf several.of these fisb Souls could be tine, need not be moot ; I in a large city is the problem it has act business but returned bs bit Miami t
k: walks, h }Born to )1,. and Mrs.f Tom Dykes on The park fence is now enclosing the home and
r having been caught there with hook and Amid earth's grimy the art about solving i family tint same night.

line the week Might still be upright-still be clean., Thursday morning, the $6th a girl. school premises. The appearance of the (Cider Colonel Waring's supervision of .' -
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put ? Dr. E. W. Pugh is here from Miami
atiS ,
park le tngep
v at improved by the y
r Though she wilt pa'.from out my home,, Mrs. Fino Soup, 'of Biscayne;fa visit. city streets the death rate tell from 29 to his
pond ford cbaage attending brother Dr A.
: coma ftolDiS that_Mr'f v .. J. Pegu
,4 ; The memory of her ways so dear. tog her niece,Mrs. Mason Garret, at her .. 33 per 1,000, and it is inferred if so much the well known this
demist of
Wil Bteghani ill there and un town who,
v. isqcite Vul still rrmain a fragrance *w>et; home here. be done for arti-
,able to return home *ith the rest of the 'I thank Him thai He sent her here. ,The Ba.yan Street,"barber shop, presided can longevity by purely '. has been: and still i.. quite .*riou
!' b lewa ".-:T -h.EMOCH ROOT. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cortrigbt spent a over by H.S. Meador is now closed ficial means what parvels may not be nuts
party a C. H. Hill fur with
Anthony
.x. I I I couple of days in Miami last week visiting and Meador is assisting Major Milo compassed by following a systematic Mine

r Geo. LymMv tLautaijM. ..s In town old friends.-.- '- --' Coop r at the City Barber Shop. course of sanitary reform, hygiene right Bros., left last Friday for hU home ia

yesterday"to"see. cs celebrate ,and ad EPWORTH, LEATGUE.The I Mr;Gillett and bride arrived from Pt.Piec .. living and right thinking through. a long Washington, Ga much to his o.n regret -
After a slight delay in the construction series of and that 01 the many .friends be
dot red with the test of ns to the East years.It
of I the-Ee.rth on Sunday evening's train. They 'of the telephone line work has been I made while here.
young is .
;y 6idCLnooci. -iTTM. pleasantfy located their, presumed:.that a bon vivant prefers :
are in cottage
their devotional is -
will hold resumed and finish
League regular: : being pushed to a
cUu north of the the short and sweet life, but the'reaction C, A. Stone, of Riviera and Mrs. C.A.
rim.The'
? Gruber Dade ty's'ercient just
Ej meeting every Sunday' afternoon at 3 by Mr. x.e rve superintendent in
'tat 8juessoris'oui, oa his rounds this o'clock P. M at the Methodist church. freeze did -not.-hurt the tomato charge. against,good liven Is manifestingitself Stone,of Palm Beach Cottage,were both
ia desire'for the affd
a sweet. ia
1Tbis long town Monday after supplies.
; : i voath receiving: lax returns from property Program for February 26, 1899. farms as much u the farmers were afraid They
t' The president of this new affiliation
. '. and i. the variou bad about : will town observed' Washington's report business unusially good for
; owners ,ageats tome and bring your friends. it at first, 30 percent '
the but the
says newspapers laugh people this time of the
Birthday esterday by most of the stores year.
: 'ftedBcts.
_.. Subject-"A Palm Tree Christian." send out shoots and go on growing and
< bearing. closing; the bank:any postoipce'were_aclosd'and 1ao I .are pleased and applications for membership Hon. Fred s:: Morse and
Hoa. W. A.
.Leader Geo, S.lda .
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to damage to are coming in daily from all parts
; several in
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II!' -eropiia uii >obyihe taiia treesthese ., ....w.. : Ii ;; ( the i u'- flags, .were flying of the United States and Canada. MacWilliams.. members of the Lex'slalorev -
: l' respectively from Dade and St.10ha'
F.Whitehnrst. : .
abort the.pineapples will oodie the 1:..Prayer-R;, ; --: H'- 2"i.\ =ppkcs.o. :, i The members of this club are to be -

a 'sesiresftb being realized,.and even' that Reading of lesson.'Psalm ie., ti to 15, 4' '( The 'lot.a'tp4recent Whilldia. put. taught howrto 'live,'how to eat,'how to '.Counties, were visitors ia this

by the leader. _.__ ._ ...: ...:11__. __ .... fba.'If' Pabrnia': ; ahead AM" 1._ .MA town last night, leaving. to day.
C!. C! y : : 6 ; nil Street. save sl ....... h .. chi k'
.. ClOD is not entirely lost w>. Liiuiuu u I&C'WI-&UI':: a jew u y.- 1 cep ow to wor sn u tat -
Song NO,26.Bzplbatloa. been cleared and grubbed and.are now they". 'see .a hundred before Among the notable: of
may society people
t' At the annual meeting of the G.A. R. H. J. Sterling is shining a fine lot of years
of lesson Leader.
radishes.- -- *-..;.... being put in readiness" to plant .out .to they die.From New York htreur to come to Palm Beach
. t. of this State held at Palatka yesterday Open to members and visitors. grass lawns.What the jubilation made in the rears. this season are W. K. Vanderbilt and
fc (Wednesday), Dr. S. D.-Paine'of' this PrayerGeo. L Bianl .'* Mrs. H. J. Sterling spent Tuesday I
fag
V ..., papers over such few centenarians as are a party of nine of his friends who bare
'
r -tnwa was elected Chaplain of the State Bong Nor 8.. Palm Beaci. : > is left of the flag on the' public found here and there benedictions will engaged rooms at the Royal Poiacia'na

orgaBfaauoa., ,Dr, Paine?wai,lor sometime Continuation, of v Story-Miss GnssieMbffatt Mr. Bone, of the F, E. C. Ry.. was in school building did its best to help celebrate i fall upon'the man who can lead the mu!. for the month of March.

t Grand Chaplain the National Or i lowti}Ioadal. '_ ? yesterday by..fluttering in the titude to the completion of the century.

fanbatioa ci the'G.+A. R. and is oDe ort Solo and quartette-Mrs. Adanu.j liss F & Dewey was in town Tuesday.. looking breeze but nearly made a failure of It as The following is what one must do to Dr. J. E. Brecht. the well known Ind!.

its most prominent members.! Anthony, Messrs..Anthony and 'B an. after the reel esljiteTrasiness. there was hardly' enough left of the flag live too years, according to Sir Jam an agent, working am rag the Florida

is in ning. to flutter. Sawyer: Seminoles under the di ection and by
Board
t Our Dade County I Messrs. Gen 'and Reynolds
Boynton
I Annonncements. the authority of the Uni-ed State Government .
favor attendance and at Sleep eight hours;
of ,
compulsory
Of in The Ladies Guild of the
Jibe BoY tOd, wee town Holy Trinity
Closing -Selection. stopped over for a day at Palm
their last meeting, directed the County song Sleep on the right side

r: Saperbteadent to so report-and,-if it .League benediction: Peterson is getting some very large' Mission, the Jlewli.stablished Episcopal -i Keep your bedroom windows open at Beach last week to visit his M time
.. checks for straberries and the end is Church,atJVestPaJnxBeach, are ar. friend K.
Mr. of
f came to'i rote at tnc3tate meeting oft .r night. J. Martin Allanu.wbo

County School Superintendents hewa The ladies of the Episcopal Church of not yet. '. ranging for a bazaar to be held sometime Have a screen' before the door. with his wife, has beeu enjoying a so.

next mot tb. These ladies,by their And bed from the wall. ouru of a lew weeks here. .
The tomato sop is being reset at this your away
present,for him to cast his vote b Bethesda-bv-the-Sra. hold a bazaar ... unlirin_ .?. efforts__ ._ and__ energy.. have_ earnedthe.IUOaeyrtth. _._ ___On ,
favor of i.. b the parlors of the Hotel Royal Poinci place ana win be on a fairway to success n little Take a bath every morning, the temperature Miss Clara Caub,well known at Palm

.. ana:Thursday evening,,March second.WASHINGTON'S inside of a"week.T.lordan. which..the neat of the body. Beach sister of Mrs. John H. BIT Word ,
The Gslaesv1Ue"Sun wants to know structure on Poiu!etta Street has been Exercise before breakfast.
.. ,who has for sometime been now and niece of Mrs. J. N. iu1iorJ. died at i
"If the streets of Heaven are paved with. built and they are determined toeontnne Eat little meat thoroughly cooked.
in the Everglades, has returned, having Troy N. Y., February u. Miss .Cadby.
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BIRTHDAY. Sorts,until their place of I .
gold why doat people straggle to get For adults;- .
... had: a serious attack of lever'. is snitablyfsroishcd was a young lady of unusually lovable '
worship and finished
And
there as they do to the Klondike? Do not drink milk.
that This National holiday was celebrated lion Wm. C. Woodcock,-of t'ennsylvania within. character, winning the sffeclkxi of all
the News answers by saying
Jasper Eat much grain to nourish the cells
"411 Uw'millions who have set out fur in glorious shape,on. the East. .yes- will lecture' at the schoolhouseS which the of isease. ho knew her. Her death deeply
destroy
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Mayor Whilldia has purchased of, the germs felt by a large circle of friends both here
thai. eo..ty all, except two. Enoch and terday, the, occasion being one of the evening, February 26... .--- *Avoid intoxicants which destroy these
: fetes witnessed In Florida. Land Company lots 9, 10, II. and 12 of and at her home in Brooklyn, N. Y.
Elijah, died beers they got there.1tThe greatest ever Mr. Scharengercondueted the services cells.
block 6. These lots are eligibly situated,
Golf tournaments, athletic contests at the schoolhouse Sunday.' The pros- Exercise daily in open air. T. A. Taurraan and Juo. Wailer of An
Uotel Hiblscui at Palm Beach being close to the take and just east of I
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sports and games'of all kinds were In. pacts for-an Epworth League ere very Keep no animals in living rooms tons,Indi in River,came down this weekon

fchaa become deservedly popular wits the dulged in, liberal'prizes. beiugthe'. cncou:aging. .- Cashier Branning's residence. Laborersare Live as much as possible in the coun a cruise with the Messrs. J. P. Pearson .
public under its most excellent now at work clearing the land and
traveling ,
ward of the .winners.. Mrs. I and W. of
Salisbury and family arrived try.Drink J. Jenkins, a couple Mis
management this season. Oue hundred likely we shall soon see more substantial -
: The day's gayety was further enhanced here last Monday evening and will spendthe water, avoid humidity and sew sippi gentlemen who were joune here
And are enjoying the boa improvements under in the
tweaty guests way age pipes. -
by the elaborate entertainment providedby
winter months here. MrS: S. is a Wednesday night by their brides. Tho
Vitality of Manager, Cilley today, andthe i shape of cozy cottage homes. West Palm Vary your occupation.
R. M. in honor of his distinguished
Flagler; daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Nk-hols of this v newly married couples returned by train
genial proprietor,' Geo.C. Howe, Beach is going 'ahead and' this year'sprogress Take occasional holidays.Limit .
Governor Carter of the '
guest place. to Indian River, while the Messrs Taur.
Bites broadly- u'tie,lOn\cmplalcs' will likely far in advance of your amaition.
with his Miss
Bahamas, who, daughter. man and Waller still with for
tarry us!
splendid business the Hibiscus at Palm escorted from Miami The orange-groves of this place are anything the town has yet known. Restrain your natural character. a
Carter were by
., f lew days enjoyment the attractions
jteacb,the Holly Inn at Daytona and the Mr.: Flagler and his family party in a looking fine and the prospects are that These are the lines on which the One here.
several be set out t tb'next Last week by request, G. G. Strohm --
Bockingham a! St. Augustine are doing: mote Hundred Year Club to
,-, special train which made ,the ran from ..___ proposes. improvelife ,..
: ---<--;:--- r 11:.... Orange' 1 and is: being taken up shipped tn the--_ Land___ Department of_. the 'U health and ,",us.-- j.y Frans returned nom New
fa-&Tw is In receipt cf a very band- Miami to Palm Beach in remarkabletime. East Coast Railway at St.Augustine several happiness.In
rapidly. York where she has
very these rules for of been for the
securing length pasttwowee'sor
COM folder Issued .by the Ocean Steamship From Fort Lauderdale to West crates of fruit and vegetables from
-s.s days it be seen that aside from their so, last Thursday night,
Hinton Palm Beach the forty-one miles was made may
Co.. of Savannah E. H. this section as samples of what could be

Traffic.Manager. It U deserving of the in trifle less than forty minutes. BOYtiTU9.BREELESThe ,. grpwn here and it must an special object they are destined to exer- accompanied by Morris Handelsman of
prove eye- that and
city
Side'the III cise a reforming influence in many directions Friday morning they went
From in their
name of more than folder; it is a handfomely the West people opener to most of those who see them as

Illustrated and printed sketch .of Sunday best flocked: over to the hotel I youth of. the. town, attended a they are displayed up there, especially -temperance is one, that bein,: up to and Jnno on the Eclipse secured a license ;
at married
were then
once
Savannah historical and typographical. grounds to witness the sports, and the lance at Lantana Tuesday evening.'A when they learn that everything; that imposed as a condition.A and there by
biblical threat evil doers is County Judge A.
EHey
against -
The encravtngi are works of art and 'it ferry line was crowded to its limit. Ba- large species of mUe-'fiShmt frk- was sent was gathered after .the freeze
ser. They returned this
to
shall live half their
place the
"They not out days, on
is such production u would ornament bies and baskets old and young tourists ed up on the beach Sunday and added'to In the shipment were pineapples:beans, return trip of the and
intimating thus that long life should be Eclipse receivedthe
any parlor table la the land aside from and residents all were there to almost the Boynton MuSeum tomatoes,, egg-plant and new Irish potatoes
congratulations of their Hebrew
esteemed a boon. If this be so this soci and
:itglatdnde worth as i;readable and instructive the number of 3.000, and all enjoyed a I A gang of laborers are engaged in en. all looking as fine and fresh as the is establishing itself on logical basis other friends and left tint same nightfor
sketch A card to Walter Haw most delightful day for the carrying out best housewife could wish. ely .
largingthedock. They are under the Mrs. Handelsinau's home
and if it cannot aloue accomplish in Miami. :
kiss the passenger agent of this of the program arranged. Nature was --
popular charge of Messrs. Reynolds & Craig, 01n..trmt Tuesday the of this the reconstruction of humanity it will
morning people I
I. Hon. William Hat field
line at Jacksonville will brag yon one. kind and everything propitious and J. a prominent
...' ---- town were surprised to learn that the I contribute largely to that en merchant of Evansville Ind.- '
night found a weary but happy lot of and his
"A in A gang of,railway carpenters are busy night before the mail and As against the ; I
y Aa exchange 'says: newspaper wending their passenger a perpetual protest mania wife arrived on beautiful Lake Worth _
people jtwce.At
way
Ohio recently brought suit against forty- .night the- Casino. of the Royal Poin- buildi .g a new depot and we. hope to steamer Eclipse owned by Will H. Sanders { for self-destruction, which is one of accompanied by lIon. and Mrs. Joseph J '

three men who would not pay their sa"-- ciana was resplendent in its magnificent completed.have an agent.established- as soon as it, is of Mangonia, had been bnrned almost the salient features of this century, it W. Rickert, of Waterloo 111.. Monday

flcriptloa,and obtained judgment in each to the water line as she lay at the will prove an incalculable moral force. evening. Theyarec.zitysetaedatPaintBeach .
decorations arranged by Manager Sterry
rare for,the amount" of each claim. Of while the presence of hundreds of elegantly The travellers who visit The Boynton dock over night Mr. Sanders can giveno The Diamond Club in London is the Cottage. They enthusiastical t: T';
: made-affidavit 'that I say it is the most bymeiike; hotel on the 'information club in existence .
"theseweaty2rfght I attired ladies and people of National positive as to the cause most distinguished ly charmed with the balmy climate of j

they owned no more. than the law allowed prominence added charm and in- East Coast and they invariably lengthen of the fire-he only knows that her cabin, none being eligible for membership who paradise regained. Mr. Hatfield is

tans preventing attachment in their stay to explore the gardens and the roof wainscott walls, life-boat and furnishings are not possessed of a certain number of President of the 4'this
terest to the grandest ball ever given canal. Evansville Council and
Then aDder the decision of the Supreme this noted hostelry. were entirely destroyed and pounds sterling invested in diamonds. Mr. Rickert is a member of the Illinois

Court they were arrested for petty larceny The quests of The.Boynton, are busy the machinery badly damaged. The loss But if the Hundred Year Club be true to Senate. They have been shown about .... ".

and bonnd ewer in1 the sum of$300 '- SeA each day trying to" capture .lilt.alligator is a Icafylme and especially serious,occurring its name the Diamond Club will be rele- the resort under the I"

each. AU but six gsve_bonds, which splendid violin, fifteen years in use that is so accommodating that it sits on at the "earning _period" of the gated to second place "For all a man Prof. Charles Kerney. chaperonage of
,
'aawerV' eat"to jail. n 'hew postal in first-class condition can be boughtfor the bank of the canal until they get tired year. The sympathy of all the businessmen bath will he give for his life," and Queen vial Cubs and Porto Rico They but will they soon will '

law makes It larceny take. ,a paper and $25.00. Instrument guaranteed. firing or their ammunition plays.. out on the Lake is expressed at Mr. Elizabeth's last words were,"Millions of return to Palm Beach for a month'sstay. .71

1 ..to pai for Jt..' Address'"VioltaCare TROPICAL Sox Then be yawns and disappears. Sanders' misfothea- J ":-"- money for a moment of time." E.H.S. I .

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; Few Indeed would be .their playthings \..1aiifteJ'Alpllaktlca1. y-..- .. ChaieseW9.KEEPr9firletor..:Laiutdry" PALM-BEACH, FLA., .. '.

.i' jf the Chinese children had to \j< ., ..
...- Iwo_ doors northof\ po office.
depend on toy 'stores for them..: 'As It, ARCHITECT ': :

rE is, the peddler is a familiar'tight in.' T D Brown,>w pL faaii. tseachBANKING : { .. .< ""
MY ... .' ,BREAKFAST., LUNCHEONS AND DINNERS AT ALL HOURS.KirstClass .
every Chinese city, and;when the;children "
: .. 8li1rta ,..... r.-.Vi......... JOe .
.41.n
.I like It here hear the gong of a toy,seller it Is Dale County )lall.JwulL.N OnFront '.,<,..",. ... ....;. 2tur2ScOollaw Chef, Cuisine and Service. .

',!:> Whea'a1l.the a signal for*a rush to the front gatesto West Palm Beach ........... ;,- -. ,..-. .-.-..... 2K ''Private
i -- I sit her catch him before he gets by. -.- Cuss .... ...e.,.-.1"-.',,...i. .'.....'......-.......;.UI tt.: Dining Parlors.
,i on 'At a call these men slip the pole from BARBERS:- Udle Hbirt Redo.?...;._. _. -... faT Outers Received for Dinner Parties of Any'Number and at All Hours. -a .
__ .4Where; : : -
d, .,. ...-'. ", they their aVnnMari:: and set their baskets on__ "n,IH 1i SwUiUUli:__ .ti._tev_, *..iuui".... beach .

", 'Thftrt 4ri I the ground, and there la always a group i)41,uuuriu..au, VV CaL f uliu Ucachiluo K1EST-CLAS8 WORK GUARANTEED < "

t. of children ready 'to gather* around. Cooper, West Palm BeachBICYCLES . . . . . .
'boY.
J .. .' .. -.e._' Banyan Street. ,WEST PALM. BEACH.
them. .
& A atI : M HOTEL HIBISCUS Palm Beach '-
3 of
And A display of'toys carried by one ,
as Lriit & these toy-sellers includes many things rio S Adams Weft Palm Beach ,A-Haw B..l..l, on the ume _! v t Like. 'ttttle M' K Alucheil.'West ft tin beach .Poloe..a. ; ". per da.ald upward. U H.CILLKYt. ....r.
familiar to Americans, though the
%.- I __-,..-- ; :
RENT
., .Ons ed is.& shapes seem odd and'fantutic.'' 'dayfruits' BOTTLING WORKS:' "FOE HOLLY INN, Daytona .
4 : dolls of all kinds, Jewel.
pewter
MiamiBUILDING
CCastell-uo.
,; .", JMt-lflce;a' MANALAPAN COTTAGE raelnf tbn beautiful Halifax River finest bicycle roads In the Malct $*.SO
4' And, vh n'ta br ; ry earrings and hair ornaments firecrackers use 'per day and upward. J::. 4CASWKLLMaaaaer.!
n.ereAd b of strange shapes which ;will SUPPLIESfChu (12 Rooms FurnUbed,at
'. ; little Welshan, Jacksonville' THE BUCKINGHAM St. Augustine. '
J" hardly ever go off toy pipes, FLORIDA. ,
t I watch them : bowls and ehopsU. date palawfUOp :
And' idols little horses, does camels and -' ...day sad .pward. WM.P,KUKEr.llluqel'.
'!\'lL ENGlNEEKo; & SURVEYORS: Thin hoae ocenpk the must<<; unique loeauuuOn
I And by and by. elephants all covered with rabbit far riauuiu ouccu, vac t'dIlu LCMUDENTISTS Lake Worth, I, head lift booklet. 2-2 OEO..C.HOWE Proprietor.BSXSxSiS Ci i
Where ships and wagons with music boxes under '-0- ---
both Ocean tad Lake
Proatlag .
t.t.t..ttt.t..tttttt.rtt.r. .
the seats that grind but a tune as you : .t..i..t

And what will pull them along. J'A -,: Palm BewhU ID lu the lie mldiit Caltwl of 8Ute the Lanrellt. Ocena Cocoasot and Lake Grove Flnh- .
f 'When'they Other things seem stranger still,.for. ATliOuiason, West Palm'Beach taut Sea Bat lDlf. No'Fogs.. Climate L'o-. .:
"
For some will the kites,made in the shape of birds,. 1.LlLgnteJ.taltla, sarpar.rdt_,Ayply to. J,I Located cm Beaotlfal Lake Wartk
But none ., fish serpents, dragons and even InanU ,.' JOHN:BROWN, Agent. HOTEL"TMPil A J 1\1\ Opposite the "Royal Ibindssa"RlnctciciigbtaBtrdtkLtKl4Iiatke

main objects like_.__ bulls_ .. and. houses. will -' DRUGGISTS. : S., HiDoUxo.. T I..
-
have wind harps fastened on, their 33:H JJimictWeaJ". '. ,'' ;'Prim.1. 11eaCh1' \ : ., ..-... l'lllJ' flUIIiU *,04 c'aPLETE USD aDd bper ssaYtclt.i .mil'

I backs to make them-sing while in the DKY GOODS AND CLOTHING: Special Rate By the Week.
4 air. and will have eyes set loose In their Tnouiason to. hro'w. 'If e Palm Beach DAILY EXCURSIONS
'
small Boy :. a heads so that when the wind blows Mrs J l-'rank, West Plm Beach Address"?HE PALMS". WEST PAUl BEACH FLORIDA.

the eyes will turnaround and look as Oil ckurepuiek,,Wt>k flUID.beach. BY THE-

A little if they,were winking ajou.There are 1)\c baiter,jltCksunduc .

Into a well. long glass trumpets, to be,blown like FERTILIZERS; ... : LArNc:: "THEHELLA r A New House -

parents, the bugles that give out a.beauUfuU clear! YsonvflleLrtue
Boors Co
Wm A & JaI
coachman lIot Little shuttlecocks .made but .of ..
I iSla.
-o TU- Beach
go down into a couple of cash bound 'together with I '.-- palm Cottage

drumstick. red leather and with a bunch'of feathers F1KE INSURANCE&REAL ESTATE' : RUBBER TREE AW PITTS' ISLAND
expedient ) fastened in the holes in the cash, blelaiwiU W, I'oUW'I&

-he secretly which the children keep in the air by w'-lincs k Closes, Wchi.. PaimBeachFISH Starting from ,the Royal Poinciana Dock. Will-Open Dec..15.
.
from
the bumping with their heads and striking
the well. with their feet Melds for making clay HEALERS; : .

'Great was I money whistling tops that spin on a b Reynolds u Miller&&Nile Co, New, "caL Ywrc.Cheseboro *& au. Beach ) five TVl'mutes ]Oatl[) \ from the Royal Poinciana.

the plate two sticks small ,. For Rubber Tree, 10 A.. )I.; Retaining.12 )I.
Yora
held between : Mew
string Bros
search for .I whistles to fasten on the tails of pet Caleb Uai; &. vw, New Vork. For Pitta'Island,2 P.:.YO; Betornlng S P.Uf Rates ,$2-50 per Day Special Weekly! Rates.
.
the midst of ..'
pigeons to whistle as they fly
sion Master 1 FOR SALE AddressPALM BEACH COTTAGE
that he had ?" The Pr nrlpl ..1 Inertia. Household ana Camp: Equipment, t
JAS. E. CHAMBERS .
was'the cry. t By applying the principle of inertia G W Jennings, West.Palm.Beach Palm Beach, ''Flc>rida.
;
Tommy. "I we may produce a number 'of Inte'et. OWMEB. t
.
FURNITURE
'' at the l'.ng tricks that will amuse and perhaps : ;
instruct some of the big folks as,well Geo H Maltby, West l'sun Beach .- it
baskets'sa .UU __ 4_ u t wowuer ..Itg: Co Jackaonfille ---- 'BARMIIN HOUSE
The $ as Ul cnuaren.. One trick requires au ... I
the h. old broomstick, sawed off at the broom G. I. IDlER & SON
at : twelve GRAIN AND SEEDS: Is now.open for Winter Travel
end. Two rings about
the plai paper .
Jacksoutille
Wm A BOUM& Co BEST OP ACCOMMODATlONS.-TABLE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS.
cured a; Jowce U frmi,J acitaou xuie '
Jewelersand -Bath* la Co.u
plate was ... .cUgAe-
last article HARDWARE: Rates It sonable. Short Distance from the Depot:

my M.E.Grub r,'West.Palm., BeachHOi'ELS Opticians.Souvenir Address'MrS..S. E. EARMAN, WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.

bring up go

down for Green Lawn Outage;'tt cst: Palm,B aeh Curios Spoons, Novelties Sea Shells Toys,.
at Reasonable'Rates.
Pditu.ned.n t bttage+1I.ala1.cad1. Lea:ber Goods. Boarding
?- Tue ,Boynton ..
Boynton MusicalGoods and Strings,
: In
the.
:: .
of oft acuiiuoie Hotel West Palm Beach. I Fishing Tackle, MRS. JAS. McCANN is prepared to accommodate boarders at her ;
presence W l.Plui Beach
Toe P4lnisi *+
spectators .Tar: Eimatt ttooee, West Beach Photos. Stationery,Ink. well, known.boarding house Clematis Ave., close to F E.C.Ry. depot.
t tied betw rue beach Uuu, Palm Beach
Hltilscus'PatmBeach '. NEWS DEPOT-DAILY PAPERS. I = CitL HER 1>941 I
The birds so -- ON FOB RATES AND ROOMS -
TBI raJ*CI1.. or mm '*est Palm Beach, -
to ju Janu.A1 aa,
speak; inches .in diameter are made.by past- '' .
.
that the the 1'11c.uaurll, Jackfcwnvlll W'stch ReDairin1
Fine lJ8ielrj
duck eat his taIL"I: I ng together strips of writing paper an AI Fresco, Jensen t ,,. GREEN LAWN COTTAGE.FirstClass
Inch wide. Two sharp table:knives or V" .-
So, after a on I : : rtnt door North of Entrant '
razors should be heldby two persons, JEWELERS 1-36-99 to,SemlaoU Hotel, Accommodations for; a limited number of\\1l1terVisltors
thC water .
Beach. ,
each holding one on the same level Idner & Son; West Palm '
and ksouvtlie. FLORIDA. desiring; Large Airy Rooms Splendid Table Service; Home'Comfortand
with the sharp edge upward.' Over K J.kiles, jai WEST. PALM BEACH .
Then a the be G1C\Meas& Uuaby, Jncksont 1e Quiet. Rates Reasonable and according to rooms, .
the to
rings passed
these paper are .. .
pouch of and the broomstick suspended by the LAUNCHES-TO LET: MRS. A. L. I1AUGII, PnoraIIToa'West. Palm,.Beach; Florida.

gled paper rings. The performer then takesa Tetrltlla, West falu UcacULAUNDRY Clematis Avenue.. '. -
managed to -
,
strong stick and strikes the broom- ,--
while his in I stick a sharp; strong blow in the middle ; : '

the air. and it breaks, instantly without White. Swan, West Palm Beach Supply. Store---:: MEIAI' QtAI-KtflI E UnTE'1
and kept- it tearing the paper rings or causing themto Wo lien, Wcbi Palm ocacu
... IMLVV ULIVIIINULLIIUILLOnly : : I
cats or cut on the razors. --- ::-ITuf Palm Beach. Florida_ ,
At last one Or this be done by sticking a LAWYERS:
can J. D. UATH1S
wing out nt W I Metcalf;West Palm Beach PfDpl'letol' Brick Hotel in Town. .
needle in each end of effort, liana rope.JackMmville 111.-"Bra.. BskayasdtirsaryCi)
II
resting the needles on the edges of .
Ale* Si ClairAU.-am,Jacksonville
1
declined WEST PALM BEACH FLA.
Once again
glass gotlsU stood, on chairs. In ..- My Motto--ynicH Bales and Small Profit V. __ ._ ,
either case the blow struck in the mid. MEAT:MARKETS:' --- V
the pelican &on- Beach Goods and Has recently been completed built in the most snh-
dIe breaks, the stick without. movingthe J P Mendel West Palm Bakery THE SE1IINOLE '
( suntiai ,
manner.and
or were .elegantlytnralsbed.situated
supports. A pile of.checkers may. win Whidden, Family Groceries
t be'put on the table and ,by one.blow -.- on high ground fronting Lake Worth and commanding magnificent! ; ,unobstructed

Some'of with the edge of a knife the center' or. Mrs F L Moffatt MILLINERY West Palm: Beach. .....My Specialty. view each way. and guests enjoy perpetual breezes. all directions. .\

cost many even the bottom one may be removed Goods delivered free to any partof Cuisine and Service Strictly.First-Class.
M---
without disturbing the others. :,, the the Lake.
.. City or across
} goldfish Sates $2 and the Week Eoati.
H Jacksonville : per fey up. Special Ratty fey or
Ludden & Baies'.S.M ;
AU Orders Gives Attention.
each. a How to Make a Paper FUa Swim. j Prompt

goldfish Cut out of ordinary paper a fish. In !. NOTARIES" PUBLIC: Goods First-Class and Fresh. Highest GEORGE,:ZAPF, Manager.
fishes for be center of the body must be circular 11-4-97
the a W R Moses, We.l Palm beach prices paid for country produce.

bought an opening communicating with the Guy. 1 Metal We.l'alm Beach Bay of me and I will wire you morey. bTgy ,
Inch or I tail by a narrow canal Place water. ..'

three for j,. in, an oblong vessel and- lay the limit NURSERY STOCK: New house; best accominodaUouh on the

which are captivity I carefully on the water so that its under John B Beach, West Palm Beach ?' TAILORS AT ATL I FRE'C C 0 H'OTEL I I East Coast; table first-class, and every

can side .wlll be thoroughly wetted J d.ttylie, Inierlachen THE BALTIMORE convenience and comfort bot.and cold
and can though its surface remains'
so dry
upper PHOTOA baths modern improvements in center of the famous pineapple section close
; _
; ;
llsards I Pour delleately.one or two drops of R: ABE SAFRANEK & SON,_ '.
to the Inlet fish and in *.
This oil within the circular opening. -The I B Donoghue, West Palm. BeachPHYSICIANS MANAGERS OP ; oysters abundance. <
,
.
.
Is bought and oil 'will strive to spread itself over the TERMS MODERATE. i:

to give life surface of the water but by doing so it AND SURGEONS: The. Three Friends : f-t T{
iums. can pnly travel along the little canal R B Polier.West Palm Bench' J J. L. JENSEN
"' Proprietor
I II that leads to the tail. By a reactive ef. HCHood ..' Tailoring Company.SUITS '

Ii When fect the fish will be impelled in a direction PINEAPPLE PLANTS: JENSEN, BBEVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA. :

.Prince the I opposite to that in whleh'the oil ; C Matthams, West'Palm BeachRESTAURANTS t8""Don't fail to stop at Jensen when visiting tbe Indian River. I. 6-97
place and I will go. The movement will last quite ... 'AND PINTS MADE TO ORDER

"Princess the long.. : '
Schmid's Cafe Wes Palw Beach
head A Grateful CatT; ;
f wean a A Boston family had a cat of which .Will Melton,-.e.-r West Palm Beach, : Cleaning, Pressing and RepairingA THE TRAVELERS

buul" and they thought a great deal. The cat was ,
RETAIL GROCERS: Specialty.
gravely 'one sick, and In spite of careful nursing L W Bnrkbardt; West Palm BeachJ NEW MANAGEMENT, ,i
who tea and all they could do, the cat iI
catnip .
Beach
F Oliver Went Palm 6DARANTEED.
FIT AND WORKMANSHIP I
The grew worse, and"they had to call the,, J D Mathis, West Palm Beach FELIX GARCIA, Prop. Jacksonville, Fla. u \

adhered ar doctor. The doctor, soon put pussy on Glen G. Strobm, West Palm Beach WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.Whirldens ...
I her feet again. -.- Electric Lights-- Electric Bells. Baths.. Complete !Seivice.. !
I Not long after this doctor was called SHIRT WAISTS: i
-
All .' again to see a member of the same Miss Crosby, Palm. ,Beach The Best $2.00 per day Hotel in Florida. \

fangs family. No sooner had the doctor entered SHOE REPAIRING" : Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to atop at the Travelers 1-31-99 .
the than the cat MarketIs
room appeared
Jaw. and 4ik i )V.R._Mitchell. West Palm Beach I
the' blade took a' seat beside the,doctor and did I -.. ,..1..c'Chas. -

there At ,fhe are ? not Every stir day until the the doctor physician returned had left and I Merrill-Stevens STEAMBOATS Engineering AND MACIIINERY Co, : Prepared to Supply N. Welshans ;:

and the replaced every day the cat sprung to greet him Jacksonville you with"Good. .,.. ,
in with every appearance of delight ,.-

of R... Htwni>. *w How and Dragon Fir. Abe Safranek TAILORING& Son West Palm Beach Meats at Living Prices. AGENT FOB-
A swallow Is consdered one of the J
Xle! ..
swiftest of flying birds, yet a dragon Fresh Pork, .i
Japan area I TO KENT:

puzzle nt j i:i! fly from can his.escape pursuer with; to the swiftly greatest does.ease this I j jI I M malapan Cottage-.HypoluxoTRANSPORTATION' Beef, Lon 'man & Martinez PaintsLime

and periods per nd j i I insect fly.; A naturalist tells of a'n exciting I 'LINES: Poultry

chase he saw between; a swallow and
It JI W H Sanders,West Palm Beach
son whirling it \ dragon-fly. The.insect flew with in. Indian R.ver and Lake Worth Steamers .. Eggs. Brick Shingles '
redible speed and wheeled and dodgedith Ocean S S Co JacksonvilleF
whirling ; such ease that the.'swalrow, de- C Ry Jacksonville Native ,Meats a specialty. Cement and Coal Tar. *

jilte Its utmost efforts completely fallid .5.
VEGETABLE PACKERS AND SHIPPERS: Your Patronage Solicited
and it.
Little dsj to overtake capture ,
her tbi I Ioil J S warner & Co, Ml uli. for :Sickler's Peerless Cement
by 'Ar ftcallegs and arms-were ia tee -_ Is. Market on Banyan Street Agent Plaster.
b> ,
can man Ci Egypt as early as B. C. i.-. They WnrnlpciLU GROCERS: I 11.12 WEST PALM BEACH .--<.
.ing Pope 8MolaarInjaccsonville 13 South St. Jacksonville
t ma. were made by the prksU.who rare the Hogan Florida. 10l,98STATE

pall her physicians at that early time.



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13LSEB ALL1 TOPICS.) THE. .SALE.. OF' MIRRORsJ W htD/oil SP4D'IS' '-.-Jcsf d OPESI -._., ... ,- ? .

_. "1' \t'J1i Cir- F .;..-.. BRELSFORD
'- ..WAGNfRIj ,IB th_ Colt.4 St l*. It lUaihM S3,000,00 \ I t ; -. y

4 "" .. M ( J-.f WOhtiEJWUL.4iA: i ***! '""., a Tear. SIMPLY BY-.BREAttit Jj.V lgiUP.1inws.kss :& RM D:5: p r Real

.'Boa >>..kealfu r.1 C: Thrw. .;. The sales of looking; glasses in the \ tu 1 eeue;J. i u Atl&1.-.' aqtA oA toxcsEs$ESYl:1T: A.U UJl.'tFJsfei -Estat8----ami -_ :surahce

.lal' lbaU"1 -: : -Jnit States: amotnt tg about $$.000.- '. rhfar>oc i. (An'Slylas i lad .1 All i V .
Han Wagner/a, young1\ jerseyman m a'yyiS, and the j2ygiLaj: Hugo {Hours,
teasing
fi- who played with' ployment more taft tcioo.persana p one of the best W Palm Beach F"1 .
ths Louisville baiw- | 'knowniatBletes of 'Milwaukee ia klj Meal Tfckefg oe Sale, ,
,
s' throwing ball team arm, ,has!hi the the world.most wonderful"Think ' of
one-ljalf of whom are in I
velogpenf produced
by
breathing
t of heaving hurling a ball the leather over 1S4 iomefronv yards! Think the State of New York Mirror makings years ago he was narrow ex- CIHISCHM1D, Proprietor 6-1-9J Yost-Oisce alldhl;, .,It:. i J'oIDtlaaIUoftl.(
sec '
a sinlple'process but .lIEr : shouldered, 0# .
though"simple consnmppredicfed
ond
base at height
of no more than loose BuUofln,., tTemaOa Ara,'
., ill feet all the way Try'either of u not without its elemenja. I : "Jftaf he could ,f
these feats; then doff your cap to Herr digger. The Dresent.mettiod ia as Xol : Bot UvfrLyear:' Hearing of the treatment )!EST :PALM BEACH. FURNITURE.

,; Wagner'g marvelous arm. lows: A smooth stone Fable is ar- fl of a'WashingtoB-pbysieiavwbo ,
Wagner ranged to'bet basityfi89t regnlred-alsp.taeRtarto J. undergo a Household
sprang Into'ta3je'at'aca littleonoae '
hM .
: Sewing Mamiues
regular
system'of "exerciser.
rival 'nine I Pruessing determined to. try It., The Made Light Running and
John HalfleM
Tears
ago Dtsh f : neath.t
ut lilir.a) eerdgeieot the table results have been truly astonishing. ; NotselettaRole
t ti; ed 133 baseball yards: folk Since by.'18U sending: the sphere' Is a groove. in' .w Jch' mercury may I At the outset he weighed 110 pounds," :Wholesale Commission Dealers in
thousands
ball- players have striven ''of flow and 'drcn from ore corner Into measured 33 4 Inches around the chest ALL KINDS OFFISH.Special Agent tor the famoua Wall Trunk tat
a1nly "to : .
break b w ts>te.jJs"'first'iade with an expansion of '1% Inches. Today ?.S tresses made to order. A Complete
reeoru. tJVt jat.\t'd pet
fi J 1tic\frt t dnso he weighs 150 pounds, measures 38 line olKURNITURK'
4-- equaled until Wagner attacked liat.t'ld'l .tta.l l l Ind. thl* tinfoil la inches around the tut'Sfwhtn normal Attentio-given to the sale'of 1 '
figures careQJ.1111aid over it,severing a gre"at'tf 43 Southern Fish. SPANISH btA1SBYE '
expanded anff34 His town
Ing Wagner in made three throws stand- space sthaiTtttf'lla( liatd"coo t'ed.' chest is 28% inches normal empty. and 35 ex ,PoMPaNO, Bum I/isw, TKOET, SHEEP ofaildbicripikmatRock Bottom Prire*, both '
deep right field and .. HEAD +
RSD *
throwing A -, SNAPPER Wholesale
.8tl'lPo.t..gass la SHAD etc. and RetaiL
placed
each
to a distance of along panded. Raby Carriage from f6< ,
t borne elghtfeet' eyonl\+i the "of three ardes of the foil to prevent The.extraordinary muscles tinder his : i op to |20. Co Carts Refrigerator. ,Ice ChutiU, +
plate. The Urst attempt Isll* CONS GNXE.'iTS Etc.
fi SOIJCITED
,
the
; .
"merceryrfrom flowing off. The arms are those possessed by few othfr I
:'fdetI is' then-poured from ladles upon Athletes the country except Sandow. PEOMPT RETURNS. ---

", 'the'foil till It'is'nearly a quarter of an It will bfe remembered that Sandow- by 14 Pultoa FUi Harket, HEW] YOU. Reed We Rockers have a that consignment of Oak Diner and "i
will be
similar buUt mid
treatment. himself up to very low. We
jnchjdeep. fTe..nlaircfvgtess isair id'OIl'f1oJf.t bis present marvelous strength. handle the Famous Cleveland and Rambler i
: eR' atd ;;aifd 1 oV Subscribe, BICTCI.ES.
'fn 5Md ta4 The breathing'exercises'are largely a for The Sun. ..
'is.ept Ytt the'-mercury; so matter of wilL He commenced breath ,! : \
.- 1 .tha.tl no oV floating*ox\de of the tog with' the upper chest The-crdn( :feed, We Especial attention given+ to our Mall Orders.
+ Ej. + Spanish and Gereatee"Satidsctloa, dish In jtowl and
atetalrolivtaertimpuiltfte can get between ary method moves the shouldersanduses .'...eeoJ., Call ,
on ns or wad
in order
# the glass and the clean surface involuntary jnuscl.es-. instead of :.... .. ,- your >n
of the mercury,. When exactly placeUJ the voluntary onefl.' Pruessliig'a method ,Fancy:: ._. 15 .8J( 17 Laura St, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
-' "" of training ) the chest raise ; ONLY 16.00
,, keeps !
a held till AU ales cLtha table '-21
has
{ / f been- and gives a longer range to the.dia VINBRVV'lE D.'E. COOPER MTg Co.
elevated
\en or-twelte degrees and
I : phragm. After the shoulder movement
+ the supei8aoustmstC'ry! has run off.It upper chest breathing is practiced and .

; I 6'l is left for several hours and then then abdominal breathing; then the 'Slijjs and Suckers New Sidle !
:'N placed upon .frame, the'*side co q. lower chest breathing.tbe effect of it .; New Goods Rock Bottom Prices I Ie.

t'Ut. Bled with the amalgam: which'adheres all being to build up the chest'shoulders hot' Pale,cl U.Following Varieucc, '{&...
.
"' ,- -- to it After the' and.diaphragm most +tably. Abbaka, Porto '" '
t amalgam becomes es .*. Rico, .. TjOVIASO 'I ,& !
Hasa WaGEL hard the, plate. ready for use. The 1 Smooth Cayenne, 13iOWf' .
short and the sccoud 'was two feet, dangers 'arising from mirror !' .Vndureoev:: nub .lneIIlK. ,

'third hy of, Wagner the record raised line.the To ball make so hlgn the come chiefly from the 'use,majcing of the champion Tom BnrrdwB endurance, who club claims gwlnper to be: the "Ripley Queen,Egyptian Golden, Queen(Jneen, ,, Dealers in Dry Goods Shoes, Ladies' and Gentlemen's

that It seemed lost In' the 'clou( lief quicksilver and there is a general be the world; -was born Jan :-2fi, ;1858, oat ", .WDite Antigue. Furnishings and Notions.
that
this
When the sphere lauded,It struck'Just occupation especially Ballarat, '\1ctoria.: To-day he weight :
tour feet eight inches.beyond the'record 'injurious to health, kconseqieo.ce'. of 140 pounds. has a.chestmeasurementof .. Pernambuco We boy.for cash and sell for cash, so give lower prim than! 8N>m t who give
mark; the danger of poisoning from: "the 40 Inches and' Is 5 feet'G% inches 'Early delivery can be Eatil credit... Our motto in, Quick Males and email profits and nn dhs-

; Wagner's other record-breaking per fumes but it is bit sustained! ,'b'y the tall Be beat all records for endurance fruIt'rum thin 1'laatatlonhnvlegbeen madepa, rt ot picked he crimination, but sell to all at same price, go**]* are all

formance was a throw from second to figures collated by the insurance com club swinging at the National SportIng last tnoDtb. Apply to ll-lO-tf.. ,, plainly. marked in figures.
the plate at a height of no more than panies. Club of London May'23 and 25: .
'six feet all the .way.. From time f m' New York hd at the time .. when he swung clubs weighing two C.C. MATTHAMS. ,
,,. of the last .
mmemnrlal catchers have pounds each for
attempt..lthis thirty-six hours without :
'seemingly impossible feat but, Federal census: twetp-sitt.mirror: makIng less than sixty i Florida Pineapple Company Established. 1875
none ever sucl'('(>Ct'd., factories..Jlllnola] had. seven revolutions
an hour. Burrows ia,aba1an 5-2t-97
West Palm
Kittredge and 'Powers two Lou is-j Pennsylvania and Massachusetts accomplished boxer harm deft tiC Beach, Fla.' if' William A. Sours & Co.
vllle backstops. two.: Louisiana .
strove to accomplish had at that time the ,
it before Wagner tried, and both failed. only fattory"of: that 'kind 'in the
+
'" To measure the height of the heave a 'Sputh,* California. 'the only ''one''on I Tlia Dafle toff fi State Bank Grain Garden Seeds and :

bar,, six feet from the ground. was: the "Pacific. QuitksUv'e\ > 1 being'exten Fertilizers
,
placed rroQ1 hoJUe.ever.the pitcher's box midway sively""used, ia, jnirror ,makfng'.thefacilities : West Palm Beach, Florida.. >: ,
Wagner stood two feet
No. 6
EAST
behind second sack and hurled e ball, which California has for BAY STREET -; JACKSONVIUB, HA..

squarely through the .upr.ghts sander .. .Its. supply would seem to give that Authorized Capital $100,000. ,
the crossbar. The misuue passed State a decided advantage in this,par -1' We handle only the Beat aDd
; Paid most Sellable SeeJa. A complete Sbick of
about four, inches under the bar, titular line of trade. About 'one. Caplta/$15,000..

and squarely Into the mitt .of Kittredge. quarter' 'ot the quicksilverpt d' ced. in OFFICERS:'- ..* Hay, Coipn; Oats, Flour, 'Bran'Wheat Grits .
.- ,It was a straight overhand the world comea'rom California.. j,+ : ', ,, ,

throw enough and to the stagger ball traveled Kittredge with. speed' It is*a theory,which" haebeen, generally'accepted ] o r + : EN.401YtCK U DHENDIIICK80H. ..P.f.eaident.,' rice.Prel/dent.-. ..... _.- Meal,. Cotton Seed Meal, Both Bright and. Dark.AT .

:
but the error of tiHch!
THE NATIONAL GAME. IS_obvious to every: fntelligent and.ifis-_,' CEO; L. SRA1N1H5. ,'Cas bier. WHOl.ESALE-- 1

passionate observerjhatmen.are: regxrdltsa Office Hoars. From o'a. m. to a p. m. > State Agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
The New York Club of coition .. ,
has announced .an4..that.. women -' Star Brand
Fertilizers
that it will give $10,00Q.1n cash for are their chief users The tact is,that General BankingBosinsss Transacted jrroaoit Bone, Nitrate-Guaranteed Sofa, Mnnate AnilyBin{of Paah, Orange, "'u>.phat tieaad iPiitu-i.\'eg'labliFrrtliz Kanit,etc. |Incur>r. Port pat,1

.-- 'red Clarke. the--niana ietof t ufa-i *a very considerable number of mirrors 1 ... tilizen bate, no Superior in the Market and a trot wij a auuce.
...
tiU.------t!&. 11 :Collecti4napromptlyiemlttad! oiid e s y'o/ Bead: for Catalogue,Fn*-= 10JSB8a
are bought lor and used by -- ---
men, ando ieeelpt.'Drattat+lioajrtit and Hold .
..Charlie + on the prlu-
44,ib@.9oatogs)
Nichols \
i- : that fact-is dae the "of'ffie l'I
disposed itf Ms laundry: to Kani -"live?* 'bositiessooabiy;! forifwouldbedtla extent ettl1 'l7.qJl eLv +;199.J.f ;.. ....

He wlD stick'to:the-ciothing"buein: ass ; Eelsso&REET..-r" ....... .., ,
In Boston. .. cult to beUeye that 20,000,000 girls and .r\ :,
lien who are both directly t (' m- women require $8,000,000 worth.of _o ; "

directly Interested in the welfare ,of .minors eyefylyear: ,, jniitbfs.Jiefii:] Forsyt if a Shin Waists THE if SPECIALTIES :
the national game say ,that th6,mag; seldom lost and never broken-lutenktionally. ,TOJi BCimows.' ". .. :. f-
7 nates have only one course loft to pur .- 'The-excellence of American ed man.For the I prominent ,.boxes bf :a _
. sue. They must kill rowdyism mirrors Is Sydney and Melbourne and having FANCY '
or play generally acknowledged. .f zn&'I'' KrtSkl1tS FAMILY GROCERIES..
to empty benches. ... won a victory or two in London. Burrows ; i i t CORNERGROCERY
William (X. Brady,.the-former manager ', '- Valme of Dri..kl.KVater..' will come to this country shortly.: CA1JFORNLDRIED' FRUITS
of Jim ,where ,.his backer, George Piesse of -ATMISS1 e
Corbett pays be Is out A medical scientist authority for FANCY TEAS AND COFFEES.
of the prizefighting business forever. 'the'satemetit'that' London intends to challenge all e tubaa '
Brady declares that If he could manat''a'worldbeatlng children and old swingers to compete with Burrows f : 't FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES -
pugilist now be would! 'people especially"saffer. tro):\: .:lack'oflime : slxday twelve-hour Contest for $5.900 MOSBY'S + i.... IN SEASON.
decline the honor with thanks. in the, system. Persons.,whp a"side. Nick Long will look after Bur*
habitually drink soft water while row's Interests during the 1 tter'8' J
The third Crop of one' family they\ stay
Ip .
making i bid for fame. The first oat may' enjoy immunity from-certain'ot: in this country" '* ,Museum. BaIdfng-rOp! HEW STORE, NEW GOODS COURTEOU'S'TREATM'ENT. ;

Amos, then came Lave and now Frank 'the Ilia of*lite; expose themselves to posits 1 .
(to tb lao.
hopes to equals brothers in reputation. other, perhaps quite as much to be Harvard. ? \, tit\ \fHlgk tt, 'e A : '
He like the'othE>r 'two: _.startsovt avoided. Hard water helps the teeth Andrew M. (("fPeai who has coached < : 1 '- ,. 'Prompt Free Delivery on Both Sides of the Lake.

as a catcher -and will play with and the. henna hv'. fur&ishlnsr .ISme..;.. the Badger. crews for years and eLJ f., .' _k' t .. 4 of -' .. ._ _
'
the MDwaukeeiL "' -

Charlie Esper.: than whom there was and'whIch development.,is necessary' to health growth attained tnrougn whose a considerable ao'iny Wisconsin reputation has as I J. F. OLIVER, Proprietor.

no' better pitch not long ago said Old persons who a boating institution ,has gone::' to :: rey-etQ: =- ;
drink but .
little
to'a reporter recently "Base ball I is"a Mose their teeth more Cambridge to assume charge of Harvard .", ; 'J.
better Job than you usually.find lying quickly than those who take a reasonable boating interest. The most stren- .

around, and'I'm sorry Idid, not know 'amount of drinking water. Lime noas"efforts.Hare, bwn..put..forth 'to He 5h ImA\tl\
a'good thing when I had It. ,I hare or f products, which it abounds ,hold the Australian oarsman [.Madi ,e POPE & McLAURIN MtmSSS&Suu'

learned.a lesson' will never.forger should be a part of the regular supply son, Wis.:, but have Wen unsuccessful ,. :i" -
.The wining of two consecutive championships furnished to the O'Dea has tor'some'time been I i
system. One of the al ,

has rule'',served,.do! not by to the berg misbehave-Bostons several,themselves who clpbnwn-, ;as'a, pose most*II Valuable the.yellow vegetables, turnip,for"or'rutabaga.this pfor-. anxious which) to to work.obtain! ", -a 'wlder'sphere., in iGeqe:.'Fnpte'> !lJJJ.Repair l.i.i.. 1 rrr'''Wotk.J'1 1 1 J f.','f!1' ". Y" ,. It\ Fruits and ProduceCommission ;,

TS to a realizing None Toe ; j ,
sense. The good A Gorgreoai Sight :. Fnpnlnr. : < !
f
work by the .Cincinnatls, too a team'' The throna room''of*the"Sultan ., at While there are good'' points' ad, ( : WbHJffer-Sale! ; jndTo Real Merchants. j
,
that has n'made to live mire about the Boston
,
upto the team as ItstlUlds. .
rules, Is further evidence that row Const ntlnople;iia 'a gorgeous s'fght .t -dar., and jp.fact as It has ':.:'. -i: : ; ,; .1 i ;? Fancy Grades of BUTTER AND
dyism does not pay. The.gilding is unequalled\ by' tb.al} of stood tor a number of yeara..,yet the 'COip} Uh-E OF SUNDRIES. OHEESE. : i

Arthur Irwin says that Ed'William .any other bulldog( in Europe, and from Beftnenters: are anything but popular u.: ;, We Solicit Your Business, '

son. of the Chicago8,=was the'best roan ',the ceiling hangs a superb.Venetian with the.large majority of the cranks .t.I'";. {,.:... .' :... ;.1' .' ,i'., ".'r, 1"we
who ever played BasebalL ,chandelier all along the circuit Some ODlysohcH business 01 Merchant and MM Not fill yearn from nnumen-ther E '
Without the two hundredlights of argue that .
GEb' ,. .A'DAMS 5 Shoukl.buy-from these home dealers.GRAIN .
doubt Williamson the national would f & : l-ill
was a wonder*' lIe which make a gleam like that of a ver. game be stimulated ; ,
could, cover ground In great style, was table sun. At each of the four were Hub representatives fall from r' t r. \ ;FROPRIETba, '. _\
a "reat'thrower and was corners their lofty perch ,Players In general ,,: _., .,t. .. '
fast while his ease and grace exceedingly In'mak of the room tall candelabra in baccarat have little use for the Boston club ;W1ST PAtM'BJi4CIt." .'. 'OIIIe1111ti', '....... .O..ole'_ .......................
ing all kinds of glass are ,placed and the throne is a because of .
plays were matchl(>sll.. owners their tight fisted ; f ir 's
Re was a 'splendid batsman and a' huge seat covered with red >velvet 4 policy. President Soden"usually p<>d, HftY I
wonderful ruiner. and ''having-- arms aad back of .pure dies out tickets from the box offic* ; ::'Ell.'nUf CX;' ,
"Charley Pam-H the gold. window thereby saving a $lQ West .r iI4 Ii -' FLOUR GRITS .
welUknown salary. "perweek r' Proprietor. MEA L. COTTON SEED MEAT, AND
.
catchwvUopfMwdtothesuggestion
that catchers play under the bat all Mted .... M POULTY.. SUPPLIES.. ALSO NEW.... i
.
the time, the The smallest Inhabited Island,In Palm ,f i,' .
on ground that m,rt of the Ysls and Princeton. :; 1-

the Injuries to catchers have bqenmused world is that on which the Eddystone For the past seven years Tale,'.net t; '/Beach .. .' i GARDEN; SEED i I
;r by for| t.ps. lie declares that lighthouse stands. At low' wateV it is Princeton have alternated In. their,victories ; I. !t .

the'tlmp of games conk be lessened 38 feet diameter; at high sestet the with the exception of Yale's consecutive :; ;H "- 4-" : + ARRIYINO FRESH ALT, THE TI1tl;. f fr
fifteen minutes If the umpires yen !u- lighthouse whose diameter :vvjctories in, 1804 and 1SU5.: i :
at the baseis i Brugr :LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH.
strutted to make the WRITE for .
players run QUOTATIONS.
on In 1395 Yflle beat .
28 Princeton 20 to. .10. .....
% feet completely covers it It is .
off .'' "
and the field whl "tII :
the ,.! exchanging. .... llhabited.fir three persons.p.appreefated but the next year Princeton evened up -.... r. Moreand ': -
turns t at: i bat..I.. 'i. the.winning. 24 to a Since 187C Yale '.4-::, : i :i JAMES BOURS tT of oaville FI nna. !
has ,
flea to the sate!. VUMm wonseventeen! games and Prince ,

'Among' the be few made(changes* jthat"wffl! { I' When the Prime "Minister got- the 'ion has'8ii been,.but more of, in Uteyears evidence.old Nassau Royal 1 PoMpftiarmacy.i e/e11/1111ee1ti111....... ..a...........................

undoubtedly to the playing Chinese Emperor has/grudge against ,
rules the committee of'thfe 71 .r ... : f -'
by
atIoLeanne na1
one of the nobles he advises his : '. .
royal -:
follef
:
this' winter 'wfl} be' one re- e' Alhet\e.\ ,. ATTENTION MEllCHANTSI
master to pay him a prolonged visit Princeton makes ..' ti !
J.LER8 i ,
qnlrlng! a catcher to play up behind tha more money out oJ ; : -- ;
bat, as the common expression: is Thia visit generally 'means ruin, for athletics than the other big colleges because %. *, '
) as .. : ::;'f: ;
soon as play Is started The Idea In the'Emperor travels with a retinue often the Tigers have no crew. Pen n- ':i1At MIBMI BOTTLING
this Is to"'give taster aetfon to the thousand"perso!' : sylvannla spendsf7,000 on her crew Drugs; :ToileKArticIes ., WORKS
-------- while Harvard goes even deeper In the ,
as It has been '
figured that ra'lIIlv-
game
The First ka Fight. the Is prepared lo deliver ExpREss PREPAID> +
treasury on same to all
leg of the tune lost by.tWcatch'r In account There .. responsible parties !
t running back and forth and. throwingthe The earliest authenticated. sea fight Is !Is no chance to make the-_crew set Fine 'Stdtionery'aitd(! : BOTTLED SODA POP GINGER
said to have been between supporting as the races ALE etc.
ball from the grandstand,to the % thaf J are free to all ,
pitcher will make a difference of from' .CoilnthJ.an3Vand. the ,Corcyie4ngs this 'so the football and baseball teams Patronage .( Dade County Merchants SvUcittd aad Satisfied Gniranucd. _- :
20 to 30 minutes In the time oftine. ,.whichithe brmer conquered? -- .6-J.n. C. must make money. enough to run the Druggist Sundries.

.' f of' **' .. .' i *. tt. r non-paying branches :'of, college sport C.. CASTELLAM) 1'rop. MIAMI. }'L!. juz.a.tr

Farlilaa S.p ntltl.... '.. PreeeriptioaeFarefully'CompoundEllet'Coaet f ; .
A One Orat .Player. id '
A
Heavy LI-. I .
is
Superstition so common in Paris
Bflly Earle, the little globe trotterand Pat McCarthy the'Ost .Lo' is Busiuesb :
that embellished ,strong Solicited i .
cards.taatBfuly.: aid .
..,
well known catcher, '
.Is now ,a ban. Is credited with
waiter" -In Cincinnati 'saloon. Ten'Jnl'l.ao ,containing a list ot "hours to be avoid.ed" f stones weighing 532U, pounds lifting a at pill the? WEST PALM. .'ItJtA: (:H'- .. 6-10-Ufi. r' NOW IS THE TIME,1: !

Earie-was .see of-they beat are extensively. sold. .bove city. ,
.
catchers In the. business. and before -- .. I . 'Tp Plant Citrusand, other Fruit Trees. Before making your order
Aa Ezpcnilve Handkerchief.It .
the Brotherhood Tear' was good for n1'&roDc..t write for prices to the Interlachen Nurseries.
took'seven to Wrettltr.Adall. Catalogue free.
years make nd'a
$4000 a season.. He made the ti a ha the Turk is doubtless $e9dTh2( Sin Your Job Uorki
urp kerchief for which the Empress of Russia thestrongest
around the world with Spalding to man who acts ever appearedwrestling Address J. W. WYLIK Interlachen Flat
data 1B 188a. paid $5,000. "uau. ujit. .. ,

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t .4 THE tROMCAl. BUR. WIt PALM BEACB. ,,FtOBIDA.., THURSDAY FEBE1 Al1Y, 28. 1899 '4f


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:THE TROPICAL JAN THE % To" eujdete the .picture u portrayed D :

SUN. 1 ON CORNER br that dear little robin would be cruelty MRLGRUBER B.HARDWAftE ,

Peer l'aperof flade Counts.Fbnda.' ,ea udeed, and I eharitably draw the vaiL I .'
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',TROPICAL, SCI' WJBUSaiKG COMPASY: t to Hear Everything PriaU Ev But, 0 f le coda! To dunk oa't I beUcve CROCKERY and :

(. ( :; -, GUY i. MBTCALF. EDrnci. erythlaz Me Hears.lever It wuTimoo.ufLttteas, elho... o ?

dared loll of :dregsN FURNITURE.
: UBUBHEOmRVTHUII10AY, .. Frkadsbip's .. .
;4 .ATWCST PALM BIAOH.DAOt COUNTY. FLORIDA. What wonlt!te Ute wclaitiftd althlsdetnoastratioB' ; : I : .
la' ,
I .Contends That Darkness light. "; '1'
;: SUBSCRIPTION palc .JZ.OO A YBAR. : nintual -I. '
of coefidcpct
Utter: Is sweet Salt la Fresh" Tilt I. .R' Ail Kinds of Boat, Goods. ,
c Entered at.the Postoffice of Welt Palm.Beacn and repeet" l,\the "elite'itotlgty circle .. .
Short or That Wrong. ,Elgh'.t '' Btwres,Tinware.Doors,Bash sad Blind*
L; L u armed cla**natter. '" this of commaaity." .."JUd farther ))3': .
.e. .. .. ..i. )( AirJUudjof 3 M>4>. -
"THURSDAY. PSBaUART 28. 899. '. :" K ponent sayetb sot"-,-. Fliklng Tulle and -l3portIBg <

; '; Strange are the sights I sometime tee, -. .... Yours on-M Lookout, GaoUae StoHl. Bine FUme Eeneene Oil M ftL

1.- and stranger"Mill are the things I >ome. TIll MAN. Tax COVIKK GUiewareLanipaandUntema. Harrtoon B....'bill, Mixed Paints.

FLORIDA'S SENATORS AWAKE. times hear from my elevated perch jm :.t,' I -- .1.--- ...Mstl. Ordm Gliea rrvaiBt Atuntiosu 1VK97

the EnD th- birds seek solaceIn .
corner. : ',
Despite the unkind and uncalled-for -,
my little nook and it war only re THE SUN'S.NATAL DAY.
flings at Congressional and "OFESSNAL CARDS. ..X. TALEXTtKC, President. C. H.nL "TI E.Twasarer._ .
i cently that me of those poor little robins

V knatobatlelegationatWashingtonby'udtriendly whose cause I bad championed came I With to-dit,'.i.Mue'raE TBOPRAL 'VALENTINE s PRODUCE GO. };

pa}>ers in the State, fluttering in to ex ress her sorrow and SUN enters upon the thirteenth 'year v 4. METCALP, ; : .

they>*m. to_ have gotten. in their, her gratitude; rro. at the loss of so of its existence l n'a news-paper. vat ..i ESTABLISHED 1870 t, V' [IXCOtPOKAtm] i f r'

"'work\ ..-OBual, and when the,River many of her kin and gratitude thf theft As a record ofconSfiiat pablica* ATTORNEY.AT. LAW.NOtA" .

and flnrhor Bill-reached tbe.SeMte wholesale slaughter had ceased. But PUtllC, 263: Washington Street N. Y.
UOD our files show an lapse for each I IQIunI. ,
Federal
all
Will
sot Doval before 1'aving the. sweet little creature practice Oeutyslat.
we fled that only was .
j of the fifty-two weekrof the '
confined in of the remark past CASES L SPECIALTY, .. .
, remembered to a liberal degree me one most L&1m Refers permission to = .
County : :
twelve unbroken tile
-an omitting
TaopKAL
able tales that have reached jentv Oficcia :
, ,but DadeCounty comes in hand through bird foist nr yet' man. A.my T p rom ears: no number"'for holiday, breakdown Ww., Palm B aek. Ua4 Coney, I lorWa. Irving National Bank, New York.

' somely with an appropriation recom- Pint National Bank St Augustine, Fla. .
itt disaster. Of thl record its
use tfo names until I had verifies I or ,
r i mended in the sumn of One Hundred to my own satisfaction every dread b f present editor, wb -hu Ia,Cat*tba I FLANK W. POPE a Bank of Bar Blscayoe, iami. Fla. 4Bradstreet' ",
and Dao'Agendes.
Thousand for theiromediateimpruvemut the remarkable little melodrama related, helm from the day of iu birth, fed A TTMIM AID COUHSELLOR AT LAW.

m\ut of Norris Cut,in Bay Biscayne, I must content myself with a very impersonal justly prood. n East Bay Street in Fruits i Mm. '
Coaffiission MercMais
and an additional Nine Hundred! i form of relation at this time. Of the part thLa paper baa played 93.08 JACK80UTILLE.:. rLORIDAST.CUURAB&AMS

Thousand to be paid out as the work As my little feather ed narrator gave it to n its niiwina of placing before the

progresses aud demands it. me the story runs about thusly: reading public In bi.goDelean: toadvantages A r.u, Represented 'by/ qeo. S. ADAMS,

To be exact, the wording of the. o i I and attraction of the Attonwy at lawrJACKSOsTILLE WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.
SeeM Frees Sedrty ta High LUe
Senate amendment w as follows: lower East Coast Region,ita reader* Fix

For improving the harbor of I Not many weeks ago invitations were bnt know. That the fOrec f'of tM'arc and .j. .,.
Practice la all IUo.ru.I&a&e
Mia mi.on Biscayne Bay l Florida given a number of well-known people years ago and word pictures of D de'* Federal. I LEGAL NOTICES, hall eudil of Jf.Boynton, t.&warner
with a view obtaining eighteen; from both sides of the Lake: to attea.h"beach t>>- V-V8. P.JL Loads Jj.M.B.Ljmaa, Lester Ljmaa,
ot a the shores of the Old rlurinoa future' bare become living ." .
feet of water, in pursuance rrty" on .f) BJ.RIai LtIIo..l.. Lives.

project submitted by Ueuienant- Ocean not far away;and it must be borne realitiesDIM' needs but toglanwovtriu |T C. HOOD,H. D, I, NOTICE TO NON-RESILEN'tiS. Wru.Oea: and J.A.McLi.y.anrra.a .

Colonel Benyaurd.dated January in mind that the leading spirits in this files to verify. e .

>': thirty-first,eighteen contained hundred and in memorable function comprised that ez.chuie As to promise' the future of PHYSICIAN AND SUN OtON. Irt Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial, ircnUofFtoridajn lipS). .

: niuetJ'o even, and circle ol social dignitaries who the paper we have none to make Ofio and BeaiiieaM sear Royal Potadaaa Dade The corporation IlIaD sot be aataoristd' ta
and'far County
House Executive DocumentNum- BEACfi. eoatrac1le4ebt8Cl... ta exceac of Its captui
have presumed, tor some time<< put, to it shall continue be How PALM ts-i8 '
.
that to
berTwo hundred and ninety-Bye, Have oar /" Quauery.ECOBSI < stock sabKribed and paid lor. .
dub th-in elves,even in the
reports
Fifty-fourth Congress,second BPS- press active purpose to support and assist H. DIHICKvs. la witness whereof tbs aabscribm bar*
t ion'and denoting a route through of their very exclusive outings ax "the every laudable enterprise looking to E.W. PDGU, M. D._, 1" hereunto set their names tad ....4....this

Norris Cut into said harbor, one elite of this c .mmunit,." That the term WILU.i1l 8. Ln.TOK.lBAM.' t..ty.tlatrcl day olJ....,.,...A.Du 1 S ft.M. .
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the advancement of the material interents PHYSICIAN MO f URGE OH.Offlc -'OI'IeioIIIUW : -
.. buudred thousand dollars: Provided "elite" is u most appropriate one will be LUTOV WABUBK W. .8.BnrNTOX.: Port Bm.Mkb.JT. ,
: That a contract or contracts demonstrated as the story goes on. of this section. U will never I BMldwec-Wwt*U rear Hide Ot DlJIIIIet'ol OUfe.Drug Street&co.Doors.. .. !SUCSII&*. NBLU C. \ wyprig aw .a.WARIER,Miami.FU.

i V _' may be entered into by the To be u brief as possible,the affair was lose sight of the fact that upon the South ot UtMBatla A..... BLiciuu u4 Ctau.a P.H.LOUD.I..FnJford.FU.

:. Pecretary of War for such materials to be conducted OB the "basket picnic" success of the producers,the growers, S-2S-M WEST PALL BEACH FLA. H.HATDCN. J M.B.LTHA5LaaUaaFU.LESTER .
LTUA9.Defray FU.
and work as may necessary order. During the course of the d.j'. the business men of the County 4ponds I It appearing from the affl&arlt ol Bobt B. BROWN, R1f4IIne.Fta.

' to complete the said prniect fee-be proyram one lady of the party announcedthe the prosperity of this region R.'B.. POrTER, M.. D., Taylor solicitor for eomplslaast la the J.A.McLCAT Wattord.Oat.V. .
V ommended in said report to BtNiTe tlUedeaunvChat William 8.Llaton .
loss of a sum of money from a basket further their interests will be 8..23.98 H.COY.Boynton,Fla.
and to and Ida
paid for as appropriations may PALM BEACH PU.D1 I M.Unton areorer the axe of twenty J.W.ITE8.01IB.FU.
from time to time be made bylaw which certain other ladies bad carried oar constant effort. one (XI)yells:that they are Boa-realdeatuol .0.W.EDIa.FdoId.ria.

not to exceed in the aggregate over,ass matter of accommodation,from the State U'Horida'aad are now reddeate d C.0.PHILLIPS Fvltottf FU.B .
nine hmidrod thousand dol. the lake to the place of repast. I I. J. A. PUGU, the city oliSa !nuw,Stated Michigan; thacCharlrs *
H.fiaydea U over the axe of tventyni
lareexduaive! of the amount here- Soon the "elite" if the arty. we e nTOTICE OP-- DISSOLUTION. DENTi0T. ,1911.-,,vu,->*...eon...r-.H..t--nf ape'sue nf .STATB- orCuorn- FLOatsa.,
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in appropriated. stirred from stem to stern Suspicion I i11----- Graduate of Vanderbilt University. Florida,aad tliai abrwideiKsJi iiaxaowa to off Duc1Os

{. All in all, Florida's delegation at movements were made mental note of. f Teeth Extracted WUhoat Pain.1Cerr afflaat; sad that then Is,no patios la tin the tweaty third day Jaa&uy..A.D.
Notiee is ereby ghren that the undersigned, Openttua Gitanaieed.Uweet 8Ut.of Florid the aajtxlM aabpona apoa ISM peraoaaity came before UM a<.S.Boya-
demonstrated ides and bat
the National Capital have Whisperings conferences d'AagbisLC.sunder,lie atyle and era law PriiMsOn Work. when woeld Mad fKk dcfcadaats or dtticrottbcn. ton J.B.Warier P.H.Load Jr..U. B.Lyman. -
their ability to secure a very Increased the mighty social agitation;and of Kej snide ft: Hall. have UU day.by SMtaslowxcat 1.21ST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA Letter Lyutan, q. f. Kin*6 0. PbS

of public appropriatione ere .long the culminating point wa*' ,awted p ItIICr. ip. It ls therefore ordered that tile pail detrad. lips J.Brows.I.W. Into W. IL Cat iii I.
liberal proportion reached when it wu official!* suggested An pecans tnilebtod to the firm.Q1 pay theiracroonu alto do appear to>siwertbe bID DI com- A.MeLcay,who being pert aaSy.Ie BM artttfcBowa
for their State,as well ashuhhng that the liilici' .tI'subj&t themselves to..Keynulda, and aU indented D A.THOMA80N D. B.VOScr. plaint the abovttHH map epos the aherlql.on.l .....thai
enviable in the eti- present sew of the arm U hereby sammed.,MIlS. > they signed thdr aastss card afiaed that ntato
place
an to search for the kt I Clematis Ana aid Olive It.. FIRST MONDAY IX APRIL A.D.18 9.: '
'" a physical aeywlda.ItIICICeoeOI'te the'" of Reyssride Corner to theaters eta tar.
mation of their-fellow Senators and eke sass betas ta* third day at paid mouth,
p lucre. And it was door. To complywas *H U. WEST PALM REACH FLA.AnUadsBtnnderBdeattatnr .
la wttness '-011 hare ienut .
of ability and FKANK A. UtYKOLDS, known to tMprofeui. at the offics ol the rterk ol sri4 wort,la J aao, art ,
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.Congressman 111' mortifying; to refuse was to invite I hand and eeal.the day and your above wilt.tem. ,
WM. K. HCIi. .... Geld crewn nod bridse-work a Dade Cooaty,Ptorlda.-
' rife, conservative action TBB Rc> suspicion. A 'committe',.conducted the Detect tU eleventh day of Jaaury,AJX IK!*. ''11&It,. Teeth extracted without pain.Ofiee .I((M rartbsr ordered that Ob onter. f p.bUcatkm &011'. B. TATLOB ,

thinks t'toridacould "go farther and search and found=nothing: +. 1341LEV.eV,1TJVkVt. Hours: o to n a.m.and i to 4'.", be pablfaMa t*,Tax TBOHTAL Suw.aMwpaper (p'LI Howl Pabpr. / I
: testyt pabUsbjA a4 west Palm Bead. \
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worse": in the section of_ representative ) I.
fare Dade; r paaty,Florida.ease a timber. LTaiAN4f4 &. -* i I
DOM sad or4ait4 at Jan,Dada CoIUli.,; SeOd Eqe Sol) offr Job Work.
V' f ,that Febr.sry 0111.18"- : ,
DENTIST Florida
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r- f, MOB LAW AMD ANARCHY. A. 1'QUIMBY,
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COCOA, mid RITER.PLOiWA.t.S' Clark arnIt Court NOTICE TO NON.BE81DKN

c From pulpit aud from press we -BY THR. -

hear these! days the murmnrthat but B. MOSES; TO APPLY FOI.LBTTEU. In Cbntit Court Sevntk JntKebl Cir I
wALLACS
g upheaval NOTICE ci iio/ThridoixudjorDadrCaas% I
precede mighty I REV. S. D. ,PAINE PATENT. ,
For theunpleflsanttrnth! ha ffuceuMr f. A. Nf.ffoftw'.. In Cktntery; t

: been burned years into the very soul of the -AT THE- NEAT nun AID INSURANCE. To Wkom Jt Mar Concern: Srcran A. BSITO, J. F. I
TM ; Agent fur Towa Lots also
common people that law and its enty Weet Palm Baas Water Works. I Mdmlfwtla1te aotlre that they to-. LAYOxiaadPtvaiCaaacs -

f'v >reement ls"mt'8nt, or rather operated West Palm Beach Congregational! Church dematia NOTARY A.....lam PDBLia Bah teed to apply to Us EzeeUeaey: W.D.Bins' vs.WnxiAM I
: 5-21-87 Wed Florida. baa, Oornnor of tbs State or Florida tor FonetoswsLOTOX.
as to apply only to the* I 8.Lure*. ISA II.
t ,so, Letter Pateat poa the proposed charter etl/atsg..
WABBBX W.
unsupported by immense wealth ort TUESDAY EVENING, .' I hereto appeadwLAppllcatioa BLACIMCB Ru.ua C. "
wOl be made tile Iratdav
epos !
: powerful influences. traAC I lnTICFsMOTICE -- B uaru gad Cif Au u !
.. L.L L or 1IareJa.A.U.I89t. or aa eww tbenaneraj J [
f, It is this well-founded distrust,,Dornof FEBRUARY 28 I tbe applkatloa ell be beard. BATDUI.-- ,

countless miscarriages of justice. 99 TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS N. & BOYNTON It appearing from the affidavit of Rob B.

that leads citizens to take the law into .... t1 ,. P. H. LOUD J., Taylor,solicitor loP tbe eonpUUaaU UwabOTentKd
: J. WARNER, caw, UM WmUaj S.Uatwi
'f' theirown hands: But in this assumption ,- :.Notke b)hereby siren that aD persons haTug U. B. T.TMAU. and Ida M.LUtoa...over tile age of twentyone -

they are too likely to loa any demand against the Estate ol James LESTER LTMAN. (31
;;;.. of the fact that only too much C. Klnaley, deeeaaed, are hereby notified to / J.BBOW5. of tbs Stall ol Florida sad an no w residents
i sight/; "How Ie look present the mto the nndenijmed.duly anthen- I.A.McLlU.Y, ol the dty ot Ratfuav.Btau of MfchfeaB" '".
y"E l of theiueponsibilitjf0rthtalamedta' skated with the time pmrrlbed by Uw,or w. H. cox.J.W.ITE&. that CIIutee H. Haydn to over th* ago oftwentyOM

trust lies at the doors of those who, this notice will be pleaded bar ol recovery (SI)yean,a aoa-reaUeat. *l ta..
O.W. KLNO State ol Florida and that kb rerid*nee la BBkaowa -
a.llow.tbm. And aO owing AId estate an retnlnd -
s as'petit or grand jurors, persons C O. PHILLIPS. .. '
to make tmmedUU payment to me. to afflaat and that then ta person
selves fo be governed by ntiment. GEORGE W.LAIN HA ET, la the State ol Florida t..aerrieloI..l. ..*

'=' and thus occasion the very thing Sebastopol. Executor nl the Estate CHARTER UP THE FLORIDA EAST _POB whom would Mud sack drfcadaau. or

tht'IlSche..condE'mn.. + olJaweeC.KIiuWy."Wert COAST TELEPHONE CO. either ol them.It '
they : b therefore ordend that the said defendants .
individual Palm Beach. FU. This laatranwat wltaeaarth. that tile ...
bulwark of
Law is the do appear to answer tbs bfil efeompUUtU
and'National>tvand its im This twenty-Klxth day ot January,A.D. derv g.ed gad their SoeeeaeoM have aaao- the abovMBtitled....upon tbs
i State 1899. t..3699NO'lICK elated themselves toittbr to become: lorar-
; partWlenfurceWent must prenail if The lecture is thrilling description of porate4 seder the law.of the State of Flor- nuT MONDAY IN APRIL A.D.law,
institutions da.for tbe truMctlca ol tb bnslMM ol boDdlot. the same betasj the third dar of said mesh
c we pre to expect perpetuity our a personal experience as .a. soldier in the .operating and maintaining a TelcpboM at theoffleeol tbecfcrfc ol said eourtUJuna,.

from the Daily Times, British Royal Artillery: in the siege and TO NON-RESIDENTS. System ud Exchange accoitUnt to the lot' Dade rout,.Florida.
lowingeharterudsuchbyl.wsums,from It la further onlend that Ihia order of
the following pubUcatloa
of Tampa>we clip
of capture of that famous Russian Black Sea In Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial C\r time to time be adopted. be published u Tan TaonciL sex tacwspaper
which goes to show now one our stronghold in defense of which 800,000 pub Isled at West Pate teach
took a firm coil of Florida,in ud for Dade County.In Dade
judges Coaat1.1'IorWa. uses week br
United States a soar
-' t miscarried un. Russians perished, and in which siege the ABTKLI: on (1). consecutive weeks

: hand in proceedings armies of England France Turkey Sar. The same ol the nirvoratloB shall be tile Dose and ordered at Jsse.Dade CHat,.
der cloak of the law. : FLOSJDA EAST COAST TaLiraouc COMPA, Florida. ,this February Roth 1899i
i: f occur- dinia and Russia according to Alex. King- and Iu priadpal place of baclaex shall be at A.F.fiCIMaT.CtekCiremttCMn.. '
remarkable .
.' That was a a.7.)1 West Palm Beach Dade Coaaty,Florida. 1i.
renceinEvari8villeIml.la8tMonday lake, lost nearly a million of soldiers and )1 Forecloannol .
Mortgage.It
when Judge Baker of the workmen. *
'' bench declared in A8TXCLI TWO Ii).
::41 ;0; United States Among other incidents will be the battles H. jERIPT'SSALE. .
court that Wade, who had Tbes aeral Baton ol the bulaeee to be

open been Hpquitted of wrecking the of the Alma, Inkerman the charge of I appearing tram the .affidavit Robt.B. traaaaeted shall be carrying OB lAd operating-
Bank of Mt.VE'r- a telephone line or line from JaeksoavUle Notice Is hereby gives that by viitM of SBexecutloa ....
First National the six hundred immortalized by Tennysonin Taylor, solicitor for complainant la the
F1a..to Key Wilt,Fin.aaWLe Uaued eat of tile Cbcntt CRrtol I.decounty
_...... non, was guilty. Judge Baker above atUed caaee,that WUUam 8. Unton .
ja. acaseagainst: Cash- his famous poem; the work of Florence andIda M.Union an over the age of twen FlorId., U proceedings tacrda had,

; ,.. nolle jprCranz proved motion of the United Nightingale among the sick and woundedof ty-one ((21)years; that they an non-residents! : ram (8), wherein Sherman Prank Is defendant w,tali, is plaintiff and Josiah
I shah, tile
"V ot the State of Florida, aad are now residents The authortsed eapltal.toek or the on
,t Stales District Attorney agree.T the Crimea and other incidents of thrill. company
: ot the city of Saginaw, State Michigan: 6&11 Gay of Flan A. D. 1199.
with him that Ward and not shall be tea thoaaaad dollars ('
r tag ing interest.Mr. that Charles B. Haydea.Is over tbe age ot with ol Inereaiinc it to 10.000.00)1 the
a Rosenbenr "was the one who privilege same being tile Ins Monday U tat mouth, II
worked the bank. and further Paine is the only'participant who twenty-one (21) yean,n aoi-rreldent of theState and dollars (150000.00).to U and a legal sale day, between tilt heirs d U !
ol Florida and that hb re ldenee U unknown 'Ji(1
one hundred shares(100) of the par value ol. o'clock SJB.and s.'clock U the aiUraooa,offer
of the
concurred in the assertion; has ever lectured in this country upon the I to affiant; that there la no person lathe one hnndre dollars(100.00)each. fur Ale to the highest bidder brash: before
: District Attorney that Ward'sguilt For services rendered State of Florida the service or subpoena the door ol tbe
subject. in this fa. Court Boise of Dad County, at
> V was proved by his own admissions upon whom would bind such defendants,or
: on the stand and that mous siege the lecturer wears two medals either of them.It annxLI rooa (4)). Juno Estate Florida.wtti the following described Bta

the jury was influenced by the given him by Queen Victoria and the Sultan la therefore ordered that the said defendants Tao term for which this corporation. shall. Being a part of the Wat.'lf........
do appear to answer the bill ot complaint exist,ball be twenty (20)yean.ABTKLE
wealth and influence behind then cart one-foarth, and th. Eau .*half ef tk*
of Turkey.GENERAL In the
above eatltled came the
.. thpv declared. not guilty. u upon Soath.weat oacJomth of section I).Towaahl
me Judge n'kerfurl-- --her declared that 9f JTIEHT MONDAY IN APRIL A.D.1899, viva (S). 41 South Range 43 EM,contaialag lm acres tf- ;

the same being the third day ot said month I 1&'". beUg the aame lands u sold
such verdicts as that in the Ward The baalaen ol the eorporathm shall be by w.L
I ;l' what make mob law in ADMISSION CENTS. at the office of the clerk of said court la Juno conducted by a board olin(S)dlneton, to ..edaer to Josiah Der.a1'. For men Baltic.
case are 25 Dade Conaty,Florida. be elected aaanally by the stockholders; the tar deaeriptioa.: referene U nude to Deed .
i this country possible and create It la further ordered that this order of pnbIfcatloa directors ball elect from their owa number apnal'IeDt. Bokt.page 181 Dade County ......,.....*
s dissatisfaction with the administration RESERVED SEATS CENTS. be published I.THE TaopM: Sex.newpaper I ,a vke-preatdeat,a treasurer tad a deed of said lands to J. abermaab recorded.
of justice. 50 published at Welt ralm Beach. secretary.Meetlnn. Fth.xls .
Dade County,Florida,once a week lor lour K J. CBILUMGWOBTH.
LECTURE TO COMHEtfCE AT ?:30.) consecutive weeks. ol the stockholder shall be held Sheriff of Dade eSlt .
the Bret Monday tn March ol each ,
on
year W.I. MarcAUr for
Attorney
PaUUS.7" .
; AsD.xow VOL. XIII. No... 1. Done and ordered at Juno. Dade Coaaty.
L IT'S the first election to be held la March,A.D.
QPrili;;it.'do.look,, IlIJ it THE SUN hAd BENEFIT OF CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. I Florida,thia. February 20th A. F.1899.QUUISY, 1900. '

come'- to stay Clerk Circuit Court. UatD ouch electloa tile board ol directors, &ubsoribe for 1pE .SUfl.

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BosTojf.Chapin Bros 96 .
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most. We our own system of handling! packing, etc? by..the :/{ i j Journal," 7* Park Place,N. Y. See the '1a I.g"Dd reliability.Frall of the
competent help, the largest ,
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hackers being : houses he does
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$40,000.00, invested. Not one dollar due
and unpaid in the
Our:, object is to Handle and distribute County.. '
a large so as to thebearesults.
crop get Growers
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competent .. interested in having their
men business
are invited handled
What the : call at our office at Hotel Miami, and received full particulars. by
above
zieans'to the truckers of Dade County is a saving of between
$25,000,
and 50.000on
What :we hope to crates and paper-alone.
accomplish is to
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Our. Clerical. Force and Representatives. CARS The Armour
." Combined Ventilated and
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.. p'U, Loud Jr., Manager. Miami, Fla. "- .- '0' < Car will be handled by us this season. Service unequalled and at no u
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J..S. .Warner, Miami, Fla. -, J. C.' Lessee, ,: .'- -t. 7"ex:. cost to the shipper for ventilator service. 15 cents per package ,';
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...P.: B. Turpin. Little. River, Fla, Traveling Representative ; ._ .rF..'.,. t .for refrigeration; $75.00 car minimum. .
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'.' Graham W. : < ':y ; .: ;!:< j' fifteen years' in
King, Fulford, Fla. experience. growing shipping and handling rafts!
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J. W. Ives, Ojus, Fla. ; T ; ; ": : ,,f .: :- and vegetables; > and the gentlemen connected,with us are experienced
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M. C. James, Biscayne, Fie "."'*./'' : .. '- ..' .. 'business.' men. with years. oflrd.log in same bo.i..... Mr., Loud was
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-:.: -, Hallandale, Fla. : "-' r .",- Snb-Commiesioner. of the American Pomological Association for his .

o'.:;.. A ----, Dania, Fla ". \ : .,.' : :I ." ;':$. .';lj'.. :.. State (South Carolina). Has been connected with the N. C. ft St. L.

'-, Fart '> T. B,. L. ft N., C. of Ga.;Ry. and
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Lauderdale General
Fla. > .; was Southeastern of the
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-, '. .rr:L.: Armour Car Lines
y. i Delray"Hypoluxo; Boynton.; Lantana'. '.,'. ,.,' forxhree'years; has handled thousands of cars worth ,

,.Cocoanut Grove, Fla. >' '' !' '" r: : '. ; millions' of dollars, refers for his record to J. A. Same, D. F. A. W. ft ::
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;': -: Cutler, Fla. :;. A. R. R., Atlanta, Ga.; W. J. Craig I U. F. A..Atlantic Coast Line, Augusta '
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7. ,-- .. .N.-F... Washington, Key Largo, Fla.Bookkeepers : .. .:.,;. Ga., and w. A. Winburn, G. F. A. C. of Ga., Savannah Ga. r

,. and cashiers P. ..J Our service, 150 miles private telephone from the Keys to West
: H. 'Loud, Wm. Nutting, Gordon \ .
Woodruff and others. Palm Beach.! Service free: to all on our business.

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I '::' T'' wires from twenty-two of the largest markets in the United States. No

OUR PLEDGE. -That oar houses, will make correct and- ..:.; ,rf.! slipshod shipping of goods intrusted to us to markets already receiving
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overcharged freight or express, we will.pay such loss out.of our .. "'" " own.pocket, or such 10Q
overcharge lame-eXlI"'i. and any p ID'y What will it cost you to do business with us? Not
our ..... .. : ... ODe cent more
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against houses.or ,.
representatives will be investigated '
promptly than
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We also pledge ourselves to give a helping hand(to every worthy man ... to come and see us, we. remain yours to command. .
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'CUIROUS CUSTOMS .-----... -- I DEALER IN-- j jWJ1STERN
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OF FEMALES IN LESSON *,. FIRST QUARTER, INTERNATIONAL .. J I ( *
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THE.. LAND WHERE. NOON WALKS.** Matbuek iPa
-- y. SERIES fEe; 26. Q Irt' fFL RIDAI MEATS
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i" ,t'M,BIi,;JUd.1UekCIgan-sofa.to Chvrch.a'MaI...'sad Smok*'' :Comment fey Wm.-K. t JFlahee-Gabjeee: : Are. i'iViih'.a."T a S. \'me' ; t 'A' I ,l J5 '. POULT1, ;?UTTER and GQ9fanifln \.* *

13eaUhl t Them Are ClIr"-.t the Feast J;ii.. 7?1*. W31Goidea Pianos That Have A ffcpytiti'ffl ot.- ,t ; J
Ba.tiei.TLst C-
Are Won far
Text: If All T isle; Thirst, Let HtcouiL. 'non*;. Tjiy aretlt J'.l : .
Or..t-Ar-fufta!. Pletatre. w *vas-*? TSg SeasontlP DE0
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No Coma Unto He ni'DriDfc'john i X.ftha'h\'t" lOlf the .lIfof ( M EN Pfoprietore
one.eter walks In Porto Rico .
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The mole's the time aDo' kav eatixfiedthen\OAt i WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.
thing there. The worneo 99' i
ride a great deal The better 14 "Now about the midst ot the :' ).rtigat\ntusicians'uevery way iThey 2--I: ? J

mIleS use the English side saddle, and feast Jesus went up into the' .temple' '" : Ara Not 1 to. .. .. "I MA I I1..i : '
.although few taught"Six
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prefer more plcttresqne NEW
and safer but less graceful, :: months of Jesus life In Galilee olu style pianos thai bare been and STYLISHe u
.z Spanish saddle. In the country district Ix'twt-en the time of the last lesson and tented for yeurb ands Lhen of

pJoy4* the*hae'ammg' 11lon Is the occasionally lower classesiuany'w4aanlrlde em- feast this are of Cot Ing2ith recorded rinlr by refs John.rrt'd Th tc; ,. .:& "gr5a b-rga s;;;Jj. r faurtd 1 ; .. .* X UJOST I i'l ;:DRESS GOOBSrTOAaFJfo !

r- astride without ex- above, was very 'much jikeour Thank hty,:' : J1.\ 'J fj j .5 ,. 'e' t W j fiADIESiNOTlOM { H i
jchlcj co uDent. ';When the'naUves are giving services are supposed to IKS made : RECEIVED -* 3 ? # 'Jtt JL..
,both pretty and good riders they -display the people mcffo r4>lfe over the harvest t :
considerable: coquetry in the:.sad- and give thanks for deliverance. Every
ill*. ; _2S 1'heu cried Jesus In the templeas and : THE HONEST PROFIT {JQU5EFirstClass
: I noticed one rider near Juana Diai he taught, staying Ye both know : '. ; :

a writer MJS who took my mind backto me and ye know whence I am: and Jam l' } --p .. .. .
the old days of chivalry. She wasa not come of rn.vt.tlf. but he that; :
lovely girl of about fifteen or sixteen sent me Is true whom ye know not. la"t A .
3 with a face,like, a 'madonna and a 'Those'tovLom he spoke knew whq ;Why 1 \ --
figure like an artiste model. One little he was and where he had .I lived! : ,bj ; J : e
foot crept ont beneath her silk riding his blracles they knew, or should have on .
t skirt and to it devoid known that he came from God, but and
my surprise ,was R IIIIIIII.! .
of hosiery. The skin was like polUhed : Jesuit declared they did not know the

i, velvet, an; was of a pinkish Father. While tbey professed to know suit. ) J06 WORK o .
gold of an exquisite tint..It was shod anil serve him, their knowledge was amt're 15X> P
with a slipper of satin or silk embroidered profession and their service was 3
In color add had an arched only one of ceremony and form. ELiJ the ( .
Instep which made' the foot all the they truly been "of the household! of !. .'tlpx4 : ( t At THE SUN Office
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; faith" would have received the
more charming oy its setting they I" Gt"
The time to.see the women at their Son'Irht'Y were like many membersof
beet is on Sunday morning when they the Christian church to-day, who are .the ,
ride from their homes to mass in the .have the form of OoJlintss, but deny LUn -t. -
nearest church or'cathedral On one the. power thereof. :: LITTLE BROS.

Sunday morning,.while riding leisure 29 "But I ku" v him; for I am from 29 E .
ly into a small village on my way..to him and he bath sent me." -
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:. this town I met a crowd of. worfhip- Jesus did ot hesitate to testify to ''"'
pen on their way to mass. Nearly all the truth aliLough by doing: so he ; : FERTILIZER. and PHOSPHATE COMPANY,
the women were on muleback and would cause opposition. He knew 1 1i17.T; ,: -s.

sat or lolled as if tbey were in an easy God was front biavand be was Goth "' ; Jacksonville
Florida.
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chair In their own homes. A few 30 "Tien they sought to take nun: : you .. ,
probably wealthier than the others or but no mau laid hands on him because bctnecn .'1
else delicate in health were accompanied his hour was not yet come." R Ire. .
by little darky boys who held The revispd version says "theysou e : If Fertilizers for
you requiring Vcgetal'lm, _
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over them a parasol or an unbrella. g ht H. .U&y"V"'" "ll'h .hnwII- that -
On Sunday each woman- wears a the personal telUmony"as! more than Pineapples, etc., write to us and we can give you
huge rosary:sometimes so Iarget some of his bearers could War with .it.
be uncomfortable/ 1 saw several that patience but as his hour had not conic Geo. more value for your money than any. other Manufacturer

A were so nnwieldly that they went over they were -restraintd from putting or dealer, in this State. or from 'aty
the shoulders and formed a huge line their evil desires Intel effect :

larger indeed than a string of sleigh 31 "And many of the people believed .c _.' ': h.-r. other State. Write for pamphlets, prices etc.,
belts These are ornamental rosaries on him and said, When Christ : ;.:.:
and not used for The miracles than to above address. 6-12-98
.... are prayer. cometh. will he do more '
praying rosary is as small and dainty these which this man hath done?" : ; '>
i as those used by fashionable women While some rejoiced and became :!: ;'
In our own Roman Catholic churches. angered by the testimony of our Save I ,
Besides the fan and the rosary every lour others were led to believe on !1 '' "
woman was provided with a neat and him "for his very works'' sake," aid: ,to% Your '

often handsomely bound prayer book asked if another could da mow than GE.oaHaMALTBY

and a bugs lighted cigar or cigarette. he bad done. : ',, '.. H., :!. ,; ,
This Is indeed the land for women .iI. -
Those who believed that day, may ;" "
who love the weed. A few smoke not have had a bright, clear knowledge < ';" ;... 1
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cigarettes and pipes, but a majority '. I _. ; t ---DEALER IN-.-
as to what it meant: to have faith in ; }
tike pasta jaa. perfectos, Napoleons and Jesus,-but in many of them co doubt 1
J other tulle of the weed larger. than the faith they had grew brighter and
those usually seen In our own land. brighter until they were called "up FURNITURE WINDOW SHADES
They smoke them at home and in the higher" to receive their reward. fr! :' ,

I streets at the table or on the balcony 32 "The Pharisees heard that the "t.'g .
lying IB hammocks or lolling on their people murmured such things concernIng J_ : MATTINGS f OILCLOTH.
teeds.. and only desist when within % '
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him; and the Pharisees and the ,
the sacred walls of the church. The ':,.d -
chief priests sent officers to take him..1 "

aioment Into the map sunlight is over.the and first they thing emerge the Pharisees The revised heard version the multitude says! : "The mur- ,- ,," ,::'i'l-: i.:.i".'., --FUNERAL SUPPLIES IN STOCK

women do is to light a fresh cigar and muring." 80, seeing there was opposition i; : :',' '
then climb Into the. saddle. I ..d':". -
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to the Saviour thy thought .
k They mike a beautiful picture "V". ,
upon good time to send officers to take t: '" .
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:;> the roads.' Imagine an intensely blue him. .1 I Practice. the Latest Methods in Embalming the Dead.

sky above with below rich green vegetables 33 "Then said Jesus unto them, Yeta -. : ,

'..- crimson and, rermilllon.startling orange dashes of and scarlet white, little while am I with you, and thenI Masonic' Block. West Palm Beach Fla.
that sent "
! j go unto him me.1rtnally'Jl'sl1to1 : ,
from the flowers which seem to bloom
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It ; the through setting'orr the'bright \ said: "I must remain _.
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j;; \ hues of the costumes. It combines the .
'ifto picturesque side of :New Orleans life, this time you cannot kill me: their '\ Do You Want a
succeed, and I shall to
Of Florida >rl'of the Maine lake ye-will go .my
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, .Y...: country kills.. and of the New Hampshire 'athpr.-'awbridge 34 "Ye shall seek! met'Bible.and shall not '11 1\111 We have them to Sell,and if we have l1TEAMBOAT?
hairl tooait, build
none on we can
t find me: and, where 1 'am thither yeJesus Shopim : Just what you want. 1a
< B ..Ur.teed Balr.. canon t iron e."
Instead .of being/dissatisfied with is the way. and unless we ?o We also
are PreparedTo
through faith in him we cannot enterthe .VI Ull .
with red-ialr should i
their lot women
study how to use it becomlnfely'and be : kim:low of ONt The Jews sought F.: Sie1"l? Furnish '
t proud of the distinction of having It. tbcn. and are still seeking but do not ,
There to be find him because they are groping
appears an Impression
.i" among women with red,hair that\almost around as a man in the dark. : .J .Pumping Outfits for Irrigation* "
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any shade of blue can be worn Many professed<< Christians are, as : ; .,. .
,;.. by them because, as 'a usual thing. foolish as the J-\\:;. They are seekingrest JEflNINGS.'T .'. .
f. fair and delicate joy.( and a satisfying; portion. I : .
they hare complex. Write or call on us for Anything in tOur
Ions. But, as a matter of fact blue Jesus wants to be their "all and in ," line that you need. &./ ..';
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to the one color above others'tthat all but trey accept not ; -. J it .
It meant something in those days fora ; ... :
,' aught to be avoided., The contrast.Is Co.
too violent and the combination is not Jew to forsake the traditions of his MerrillStevens.Engineering: ,

harmonious. The shades most suits fathers. and follow the "Lowly Xaz- ,:J
o able to be worn with red bah are arene." It .meanl.! If not always at.
'. 1-, bright sunny brown and all autumn least very often, as much to-day for Por Sun JACKSONVILLE, FLA. j. .:, 'f.
,{ leaf tints. After these may be select- men to be true'dlsciples of Christ as Tropical
*. t4 pale or very dark green pale yellow It did then it behooves us to be careful uPKOPII1ETO& Jacksonville Marine Railways.
t and black unmixed with any other that we continue in the faith, and -
color. Mixed colors are not becoming not be -(-carried: away in the general I '-"
: to red haired people; as they neatly trend tWa'wl a mere ceremonial .
always five them a more or less worship w bi ich excludes that inward
dowdy appearance. }a fact, red hairto power which must characterize every
usually BO brilliant and decided that true follower of the Christ of "God.

It must be met on Ita own ground 35 'Then Safd the Jews, among I Department I -. .
z and no vague undecided sort of things themselves..Wnjthor will.he go that I CTDnyUfI -
1 #" should be worn with It I: we shall not nna\nlm? will ne go unto GItE 4'u.. qv4 4U s

the dlsper8 .,mon? the. Gentiles .
I Whet Horn Girhr 1M.i and teach the Gentiles?" -t DEALER nc: .
Here'are a few unusual occupations Large says the, mocking malice of
J s recently developed by self-reliant their reply rises In climax: of three BOX '
c! ': young women: X clauses Will fee go to Paradise, Heads Staple and Fancy. Groceries,
> One runs a blacksmith shop. to God: who has done so much for our Heads
1'- One goes out shampooing ladles1htlr. Nation?. If so, who conld..believe that ..; !

}, .. t we are not so much,.heirs'of heaven as Grain, and all. Food Supplies..
One does house-to-house mending be is? "
(2) Will he seek nis fortune among ..
b and a bit of b)pplng. ( Cards -*- <-
dispersion the Gentiles -
\ One "suggests" tasteful fabrics and the Jewish among ..
with the lee orthodox less re- Only
make-ups for wealthy women of no Heads COUNTRY PRODUCE
">T taste. spectsble and Intelligent: Jews?
I (3)) Will he become the Prophet and Al ajs Fresh, Kept in Stock.
.. One com about as a professional all kinds of Fine Stat lonely
{ packer of fadles! trunks: the Messiah of the Gentile world?, lie Solicited.-. .
had welcomed publjcsns and Samaritans Your Patronage
Sevejal fn;>erintend the preparation To
he-had bnrst the bonds
T\ If large fashionable dinners. I of,J t'wi"b tradition. narrow that they lnagineO \- : I ? VZ .... West palm Beah, pa. a
{ t' A number are well-known as professional that Tie might gb wholly over Supplied I
1. directresses! of
house-cleaning ,
to the Gentiles if th ,. Jews rejectedhim. Next ,
t' ?' ,In establishments where brlc-a-brac, .
i; pictures, etc, require much care. iAntlwptie 36 "What manner of "saying Is this .

.J' .b... Glo".... that he said, Ye shall' sack me, and Trial Order,..." ..
shall not find me: .and where I am.
1. In bacilli and microbes thither ye cannot coipe?" '
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constantly WRIT WZUT !
37 one is in danger of her Among those whd asked this question !'-I :..
We. To be handed change by a, car there may have been many,who
Ik- conductor or a bundle of bills In a store were sincere for the dpclarntinp. ""ye AND SAVE YOUR MONEY
.to to be handed<< so many thousand shall seek me and shall not find mir ; 1 We Will

genus of disease. But a remedy hasOeeu and where I am thither ye cannot n,.r. UJl.n Mrs. J. Frank returns from New York with a Full Line ofLADIES'
found by which Madame and come." sounds like a paradox. Jesus ;. .
Monsieur may be entirely immune meant that on account of the hardness out AND GENT'S SHOES
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from microbes. the antiseptic glove of their hearts! they would not acceptand .'
turn:
Litest fad { -
a Is the. very among microb so would not flnl.hlni"Ilavinkeyes '
maniacs. They come in dainty kid they would not see; and having You... :DRY AND DRESS GOODS
and larger sizes for men. ears they would not hear with ,

27 "In the last t ay. tint great day amid ; '
A Knyul T"itn.De of the feast, Jesus stood :lnll.l'rled, such CLOTHING. HID UMTS FURNISHINGS,

czarina of Russia is of a practical saying. If any man,thirst,, t him,((lIDo> Dft. ., ----
tarn of mind and uses the typewriter unto me and drink ? ; Which she will SELL CIIEA1' Come One, Come All to the.B0ST0N
with facility. She can type Edershelm: in the Temple and it;' \
fifty words a minute. The frame of Services of the last day of .the feas. and -
a iff* v>r nucuine is Inlaid with.mother of tells how on "that srent
mtand ,the bars are.of gold. was poured from .the goWen. pitche and \ . _
upon the altar after which the "1111 i
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_TI. U-P was !hantt'd. after. which Uheri. FRANK .
bride always starts In by giving was a pause in thu Services: It was! u 'I will : \ MRS. J. Proprietor.
her husband half the clothes closet. this ipoment that Jesus t'rh.d out. IK I, No _II
but within tbre seeks all his clothes did not interrupt HIP ,,"",It'4's; lie interpreted I';2.' I I t : WEST PALM BEACH and MIAMI, FLOEIDA.
sf,11I be banging on four nails. and f dulled tiuu." a ..



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{ Y 'P'_8.BEGINNING. ;, Ct FOR -Hg WEIK 1 1ti. THE LEAGUE TOPiC'POR. THE WEEK -..,:- -- pleasant' and convenient hotel just BURKHARDPS, West Palm Bach Feb. 16, IS99. -

: i. I FEoRUARY.2B.Teg.1L.y .. tf -BEGINNING FEBRUARY 26., built:and', newly furnished, located on Here' a List of There Cbodi Hrenltngclher
:. J, ':'d< ; the ocean beach in the town of Boynton,
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: THE DALNTEST COOKIES.
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; ,.' -- ". .,- ,. foot of Lake Wor h, twelve miles southof liner than bent kind in
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J With C I...... Prepared; Wtth "
& b7Wxa <. "' i Vanilla M idgeta.:15:
atYJ.he Palm BeaduCan ets.i .
be reached
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a-ua'-r{telto Pared n ; 're 1I00Ct'IItJUt1C ofSkilled
twifi..er. '
..... .. T;. .... : f For Coiistd.rsttoat' Tr.dtiaarY :: E. C, R, R. or. by hun h. sail boat .or i Spiced Wafers ,......._ d .4
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!'Pplp PalBi t ',..' '
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Cooks.
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: faraldt;'il' 1. t ..- \o.' 7ha A'pple Gem Wafers.... Paltry
,. e2F.ta.ta ..' A place with snrroundfs i
.. : quiet pleasant -
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4 Palm-tree Chrlitla'nl are ,the' kind spiritual. withered*;and'ireak- fs for parties who wish to ,remain fora i Orange Crisps........?. u To fee tlM-m w to wWt? then, and

f .. that wield aa iutiufuce-for: ood. They sickly and dying may sou*' bow. period to enjoy the healthful climate Waterl'hins.._._...._ are raidj 4eHrrn at'.20 wits per =

r'; 'so live among- their fellow-men that through abounding mercy of God, ., of Southern 'Florida, away from the ", \
Butter
'A Thins! ...... .....
::. i they see tneir good,worksand. glorify reach heavn.! \.but.'U1epalm; tree hnrlv-burly of large; fashionable"botels. ( ? pound UTght here! pleaw' note .

F +R to. 'their heavenly; Father. Even as a tree should be typical-of the formal experience .".." ;; No formality no- stiffness, everything Salten Soda: Strips... "

*' its known by. Its- fruits so is a man of every professing Christian. -' pleasant and sociable. ; No. 1 Soda W afers.. Oar Price 15 cents. fcer pound.You'll ; F

tknownbyhis works*. ID Luke'6; 43 i Out faithis, poj,founded oq a- :Advertisers bomelik table service be obtainedfor Milk Lunch Biscuits.. be aked that min-h for the'foiumonttit 3
: f V4\w lire tout< bjJwutJthat| .i tree hj>pelpthesdoe| urrel5g1on consistof can
.;: ,'a known by its-fruits, and that a good a set of forms and ceremonies.' The ; f zoo per day and nwards. Special Crisp Cracker Pretzels *." LHUOII or (,Jingor Snap. ;

f' man out ot the goodness of his heart gospel of Christ la the power of God rates by the month. .* : ,

'f. biingetn:forth, that. whirl is good; and I, imta.jfalvaUoato; every one that be-: I h. Call or address for further particulars, L. W. BURKHARDT

fi 'an evil man out of ,the evil treasure lieveth. Alter receiving this power Into ,

"f'.. :ot JU-" heart, .tetogeth 'forth*.that pnr hearty.we are,obedient children < .. TIlE BOYNTON, Boynton, Fla. Finest Groceries.

i" .\II'hldU'erllh> L .the-abundance.. and...dothose, things_which_arepleasing
: :of the heart his D\otlui'\ peaketh. t to our ntavenll'Yather-we' WhoUst4e .
Goods -
t't dJ t'the state) will each, one know for ourselves that Millinery S. 3 jZi

+ ment that heart is deceitful above) the.-righteous flourish like the palm .Ladies. +ne Embroideries..Handkei- _

aU things and desperately wicked, but tree, and grow like a cedar in Lebanon. chiefs and Hosiery. Ribbons and Laces. LAKEWORTH
It phaa1ze..the fact that' after:the The freshness of the palm and Silk Waist Patterns and Dress trimmings IHDMBIVER AND STEAMBOAT SERVICE

blood of ,Christ habeen-.applied; to the stability:tht cedar Is what we Come and See. ,

our hearts, ano we have become Christians all need, and it is possible for us to la-ura firs.: F L flOFFATT.O'DONOGHUE -BJ1'WEEN;'

old things have passed away and hare In'our'experience.The .
Columns-'of T1IUSYILLE
1' ,all things become,new- We no.longer fulness oLtlils experience Is notreceived --. ., ROGKLED6E, JENSEN AND PALM BEACH.
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peak .u. we, once d.Idbut: have.. bad in a day. We are always to (
CONDENSED
# a new song put Into:our mouth even grow in grace.- We' can never reach .' SCHEDULE. s.
.. .
: praises. unto our' God that point in ubs life where we canafford '. ,'. : On and after Tuesday, February 14ib, l89'J.SOCTH ,
As Christians we should flourish like to cease steking for more of .
the love of God to be shed abroad In .
p "
and WellS bear fruit
palm-tree ;
t -we : -- BOCNU.--
hearts,but after we receive what < ":T THE ALL 'ROUND i. .
i' our
we do not do that for.which.ire.have "
been chosen. In the forty-sixth verse Wesley called *" he,&'t.'Ond Blessing" ."' Leave[ Titusvi.le, daily exct-pt Sunday. ants VV lne!' ilty,' 4 Oft pm.
",e'do 'understand what it means to THE :" ,. .. Arrive h '
Kockledge
of the sixth chapter of Luke Jesus '" ; t ij 6 30 p m

says: "And why can ye me. Lord' be Jife.rooted and grounded In__ ,the.divine .. ., PHOTOGRAPHER, Leave Titusville, daily except Sunday and .WednegiUy.Arrive :. 4.00pmlOOOain .

j and do not the things which, \ .. .
Jensen
Daily and Tlmrwl.iv '
.
except Monday .
,uyl" John 15: 14.says* "Ye are my I The palm treeChristian: Js one of the I 4
friends If ye do whatsoever, I, com- greatest needs 01 tile day: A Sickly, Has come' to stay in West Palm Leave Titusville, Monday ,Tue@dllYs and Friday, 4.00 p ra

mand you,".- and la the sixteenth verse sentimental profession will not satisfy '. .. Arrive Palm Beach following day, '. ; rf. 2.30 ,p m .
we read MI.have,"chosen you, and ordained the longings of 'the heart, and it Beach l ;and is,now fully prepared to

ia you, that ye should go and acts as a stumbling block In the'way =NORTH BOUND -. 'f'
6f others,but the Christians wh flourish TROPICAL do work to gratify his patron I

bring forth fruit. If we are not doin1U as a palm tree, and grow like a Leave Palm.Bt'acb. Mondays, Wednemlajt, Thursdays, ?.? \ a not
dire claim
that
we we are abiding '
? in him and he in :us? ,It we love the- tree .In Lebanon, have a soul satisfying -= ,. Arrive Tltnsville, following day, .. 12.30 P m

1 world and the things ,of the",world.. experience themselves and their Leave Jensen daily except Thursday( and Salurjjy i.OJpia
lives have Influence the
bow dwelleth the love of God in use an upon peopleof Arrive Titusville, daily except Sundays and Monday, '. 12.30 m
the world that gives them a desire p
John : 1 & :' '"If were of the '. Studio Masonic Bloc
world'the world says would ye love his own:, to' taste. and see that the Lord Ugood. 'v .. .... ODD. Leave JWckl d e, dllil}'' except, Sundays and Wednesday. 9.00 pm.
SUN Arrive Titusville < .
but because ye are not,of the world .: .,, -, -. "- .-. 12.30 pm,
To flourish like a palm tree does not : '. WEST PALM BEACH. .
but 1 chosen out of the'world
have ,
t
I you mean that we wiL. ,be free from sorrow H. GAILLARD Mgr., T. T. REESE. Agt., Clf AS. DA VIES, Gen Age

therefore We are the not world to seek hateth the hatred you. of., care and trial i, but it means that 'J : : ;J" -. .' .f St. Angnstine la. Palm Beach, Fla. Titusville. Fla.
amid these thingc we will continue to
the world nor the persecution of scoffers W:R.: MITCHELL
.
grow .in the image of our Redeemer, ,' .
but should flourish in the ,. .
we so -' ;- \ :
and live for God and
be a blessing to
of aod that there will be Shoe Repairing atly Done Harness .
kingdom our
"
,mankind. ..;_-. -' :
a distinct line of demarcation between The palm tree ,does not refuse to -'-.....-- Sewed and Repaired.
us and the peupie'of the world. This Florida East Coast
grow because the clouds may' lower, Out-of-town Ry.TIME
will
customers receive
win some times bring persecution and
the winds' blOW the rain descend .
hatred,but the servant la not above bubiuess or : OX A,XML.. -... _. promt attention. Shop on Olive Street, .
its is aud U
to ,
,
so
lilt lord., of grow outs next door-north of TROPICAL SUN Build TABLE SO. 17, IN EFFECT JAN. 1T. 189Q.
irrespective: our surroundings., .
in 8-18
In Philipplans 1: 1-11 we are told ; ?
The Psalmist tells us that "lIen the .
bow u Palm-tree Christians we arec' ,wicked spring as the grass,'and when BOUTH BOUND (Reed Down). NORTH BOUND (SM UpV

to be "Filled with the fruits of right. all the workers ot iniquity'flourish, it CHESEBRO BROTHERS Nof19 Xoifil* a120p NoIiyoKiNoSSDsilj No
o Nota
tousnesa'w.dchare by-Jesus Christ .is that they "jad be destroyed, but It; Is The; Dally Day llaily) STATIONS.T Daily towlj
Sisuttp L
unto the:glory And praise of God. \ those tua L be planted in the house of 1 Fulton Fish Market, New York.
JationjiB.222 tellsjus that the coop 9 a ....,...,..,JckanTlli .N..Ar 14&p36p ..-,.roan gap tOOaTO
Lord shall tne ,
the nourish Iii courtsof ,..
,: iOOpiiill JJOp ion .. .
g
i 4Os Ar. SL Auguetine ... .,Lyn 11 a tip *
,fruit of the Spiru Is Love,, Joy peace; our'GsI. 'The wicked flourish for Wholesale ColGmissioa'FisbDealers.Our 1o l45aLT'.U.; ...AnytiMinB..AT: a ..... lite l
;; long suffering etc: If these were the ilk .
a season, and then comes an awful Ar. .Bastin .Lv ae
fruits" of the Spirit we would all take reaping,but.the children of God sew .. ... ," ": ". -' Indian River Are ma ...-Palatklu .. .".. Lv .....
the love, Joy and pea'e'whlle the longsuffering ,... ,' Specialties toga aosa v:: ....Jalatto ..ArAr. a OOf Il"w .
to the Spirit aud of: the 'spirit shall -
I SPANISH MACKEREL "'- ... .. ,.ban Uateo..... 420(1 {' ..... N
; would be shunned .
,very likely reap life everlasting. -' a SOfia LT.. .6aa Mateo.. ..Ar a 1' a B
but the, Word spaaks of them all tooftthPl' Faun tree Christians have an oxperieiice. JJ& T't: POMPANO rll/fl./RII, rL' T9fcLT_...,.. t r I' ...... TTi
.ia "the fruit.." and If we'ere and live a life that will cause. .,..y-. 1 UWp .N.. lfi2p Osoi N.1...., .Ot'm01ad.NNNNNN" Jiip840p .--::.- .... i e0a.N.

truly i Palm.tffit--Chrl &nth -Ioye.. 'wurWl11 'to .hate.a'desire to know 8HEEPWEAD, BLUEFISH, uap 1 10 K* .....t Daytona.NN... a p N.. N?. ,Sa
gs ..... rip ......,.....Port oraags. :
10 S* .... .. 8S7p I16p ... .....
Joy and peace we receive from God the Lord. aim tree Clmstiann know ; ..... ... SEA' TROUT, ETC. 11 tOp I Ep lea e..... ....New 8myrnA........, e Slflp { .... ...... /10i
Kill enable us to be long-suffering-with, what It is to dwell,in the secret placeof ...... .... 215p ..N. .N ..JlJfc*ILll..NNNNH 2
gentlenesand meekness. the'most nigh and abide under the sip"I Sip 12 aUp ,...,........Tttusvul e. ........... IfBp 104piWp ...... ...... .g 22a
N...........City Point............ ISrtp .. ... ......
The Palm-tree does'not flourish to Its. shadow oc the.Almighty.Then OUR. INDUCEMENTS TO..-SHIPPERS ARE. :. ...... .e N fat D ilti' ............ Cocoa ... .. iellSp .. .... .
'utmost In a day, neither does the cedar, :. are not afraid 01 the terror by ... 1 N. aLSPisse p N..... ....Reckledyi.N,.... .a a1 P .. .. ......
Prompt Retarss t sad Full Martet Ydues. a. :..... { 18Up __ ....Eau Gallic......... 128 2 ..... ...... .....
Lebanon gain its stability bra Tear, night nor'tor the arrow that flicthby ...... ...... / IS8p ............XelbotirB............ 12 )p :. .. ... ....
.but,lf we continue to.'grow In gracewe day. A hey know inwhom they .. N. e ,.,N..w... IlO.eLDd.,.......... 11 .,N? : ... N!
shall abound more and murq in tho have put their trust and knowing him Adyettising Stencils Forwarded.on Application. ....N ...... a 40P ..., ..........N.Sebaatiaa..N....... 11880 ....... ..N.N.. .
dare Correipobdence Solicited.WHEK 018p .... ...N......-St. Locto............ 10474Ulp .... .
and flourish in his .NN.
knowledge ot God, they not be afraid. To fcur U t : a .........N.Fort Pine............ in 100; ,.NN iJUa .
courts forever If we are not bearing to doubt, and to doubt is ,disloyalty .. ..N .. ewp ..,... _?N.NNNM Bden--...... N... 10 Ua ?... .N.N...... ...N.
fruit let us get so rooted and groundedthat to God. Palm tree Christians flourish <" .' aN. ,*.; 068p ,,..N..N..JenaenNNN..a 1007Bfl&7i .
we will. because they trust; they become firmly . .' '.- F ,. In Jacksonville be sure and vis- .N.. ... r0.p ?... ..........,...Stuart.............. .. .... ..?. ......
it your Old Friend, who will snrprU .., 0 9 ..... ... Rol.Sound_N..N. a e"o ? ......
rooted and grounded in the divine with Bargains in : DUy t ::.,:. West Jupiter.......... a 1 I I ......
A C wJ"BeU.. of rtrbeaeeea.Tbi life and grow like a cedar tree because you ". Esau a "' Ar..WestPalni Beach ...... 885aliSa'ExKi810a'llOOa 10l
they -seek after the deep thingsof : :. Dry floods- Clothfncr and a LTM..M..Palm Bench Inn,:......Ar aI5a,11 .NN. UOOpKoTSNo
man. who-could'get. on admirably God : 1t MEDIUM s 0 861 OeOp SlOp ......... Royal?oindana ...... | clop ..... atop
by himself la always married ; so; growing deep' inwardlythe .. ; Gents'! Puinishings._ x19.0 9oop a ........ V? st Palm Beach.... Ar BOuaJOiuitl"78Ta :.. /fey
outward lite is ,correct and, when '_ .......... ..........., .. 1
man And the man who is utterly dependent D. SINGER; ...... 10 on 920p ... .... &rnton. Lv eBlp ,.... .......
the,trials of life ,or, the storm1 of if- I : ... ,-. Manager. < .... 10 IP1HJ7 asr ............?. Delray............. T27a8a (26p8B5al4UUp ..... ......
oo the advice. his friends before crones "abide." Outward 1.. ft Bridge !>lreet.NearBay. n 1017p ..: ......Fort Lauderdale....... a .. { ,,,,,, ,,,,,,
,be can get a new. uetktie or can, fliction they .. .' 11--c8 IAcxi nNerI.U: FLORiD '' ; 10 ,. '....."....Lemon Qty..N.... a ..... 49a ...... ..
change his boarding 'place is' Invariably circumstances may change financial a lea ll 4Sa 11 98op .... Miamt ..... ...Lv 60* ......
.
,
,trouble come.Everything '' '
a bachelor. .As a result bin juay may ; '' BETWEEN NEW SMYRNA AND ORANGE CITY JUNCTION
seem to' torn a.combl atlon against 1:, ,_ .
friends try to marry him off, but as \: : ; -
O.
1 Ir STATIONS. No. I No. 4
they,try to marry.him to the girl,who them I'ahii, tree but with rauL'tue apostle ;of '. 't',., ,I = dup 8 dUI&I LY'.""... ..............x ew amyrna.. .......................Ar UHfc I 6'w j ,.
la an Inveterate, nuisance they do not experiences'we can truly OLAnWEE <,;;._ ::: : 8: .Obp 0 r. ...........................Lake Helen................. .........LT 1U. .up i
succeed. She wants someone to as- .declare. ".Xoue. % of: these. things move -O- ,. '17p %53ft! M ..._................. .()raDge City.1..................N.._.. 18 1U101U 'IIIiD'. t
me." Y .l l't 4 piio oo3 AT......... .. .. ...OI'angeCityJunet1OD.;::..........:...... II ;
and be wants
*lat her someone to as- j .
bumand i' : } 3 All trains between New myrna and Orange City Junction Daily: except aodaT.
slit they get on beautifully "
: .pM
; .
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.
JON1OR LEAGUE'TOPICS/' .. '
find J : '
until each other out. '
together they ; C:
.. .. :a 'West Havana and Nassau.
:s : Key
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Sometimes they get married before : :". < 4 '.2 h S S.'i-, | ,

they make the discovery but this rarely Children. 'We have another letter : .. I' 0 KEY VEST. The steam happens, as'clinging people always today "written, by the Apostle Paul _IJ :" ':J' o Company learm Miami tpr Key West on Monilays: ,Wednesdays anl Frid,ya after arrive ef
:) .
: :
)
'C/) ftr train from Jack<.DTille. about nJQ)p m.,arnTing at Key West next day n:, n.
A and
cling. man a woman were married to' the Epheashuitf. "To the saints .- .. Leave Key West:!:90 p. m. (standard time) on Tneadays: ,Thursday and HarnrdaTS,airirinc >
the other day In Evanston -who : which are -Kphesus," To me, this iYTP4RER e .. W D Miami next moraine la time to connect with north bound train. .
.
should never baTe met. He had spent is the most precious'book of his writ: j r a ; era ..
fifty years'waiting a fellow let. takei n_, c' T i HAVANA. The Steamship "Lincoln" of the Florida Bast Coast EteamsUp Company
some logs )
us. /just little lookat \) '., IIII leaves Miami for Havana on Sundays: Wednesdays after arrival of &1&1n from Jaenon
to die. who married the love. of his Paul, and then you will,know why it >ss-0 ] Tills,about 1140: p. m.,arriving at Havana at 8 SO p. II&. Mondays and Thindays. t
youth," and when the" hope was a is so' precious to me. Paul was,, a = iiiiSj Leave Havana Tuesdays aad Fridays at 10.SO a.m. (standard time),arriving JOr.ma i
? "' Wednesdays and Saturdays In time to connect with north bound train.
widow wed to another 5S
the when be
was prisoner
reality penned the
epistle .
1U,
NASSAU. SenioII for the winter season begins January; & Proposed a Hlnj a
man The'woman had mourned for to the Ephisians (Cht8,1-4. 1) I it Is . ; 0.-: follows: '

many yean for a truant. lover to return agreed that the place writing must r-
Iri 4The : KKOM NASSAU. a
(t) g FROM MIAMI.
only to be. disappointed., Then have been either Cesarea or Rome. ;. | "
,they met and married each other.' The more common supposition is that Tlmr- TuesdayaandFridaysJanuaryOtoFeb-Wednesdays, Saturdays, January 11

Their friends tried to work it down.' he wrote from Rome during imprison %o; com ruary 4. to February 4.Mondays
'Wednesdaysnuuryfr and Fridays, 7eb- Tuesdays,Thursdays and Saturdays Feb>
saying 'they were both too old, but ment mentioned InActs' 28; 30 31. .. ..' 5 w >: ? :: to March 31. rnary T to April L -

failed. They are married and' continue He unfolds, witlr'wonderful'richness, it t % Tuesdays and Fridays April 4 to Wednesdays and Saturdays, April 5 to
to Inflict.newt 'o( their bliss onheir the eternal counsels of God as revealedin i-5l .* m April 28. Anrll 29.

; friends ,who are asking each the plan of redemption by Jesus: | 0 hi- ; K' Steamers depart from Miami and XII at iMp.rn.: ot days advertised arrivuf at ;S ,
other a conundrum: 'Whether it ,is dwelling with special fulness on the destination next morning. '.

wiser to waste one's youth ,,'altlngtor high mystery unknown to the men' of S STATROf.FLORIDAa ;Co ', S Z toll dentnegos Connections,Cuba made,on certain asusau dates.with Ward. Line Steamers to and from Santiago and

Jove or .to waste one's, love waiting past ages-the purpose) of God namely, I "" 111 Q = "
tot old age. They have not arrived .at to unite all things in heaven and earth \ S: .=, : C" O = These Time Tables show the times at which trains and boat maybe etpect d to arrtrt sal )
under the leadership of Christ. anil, tubreak A depart from the several stabons and ports, but their arrival or departure at ltd ciao
H satisfactory answer. .
; n stated fa not fuaninieea,nor does the unapony Lou uselt roHpouaiius fur my delay or any '
down hIm-'ih; .
t ,through middle ooueqnenoea arising therefrom. .
A \V..p'. i.fct' .iikr.ft wall of separation between Jews and ML- For copy: of local time card call at 225 West Bay: Street,Jacksonville,or addressJ.D.RAHNEaA.O..A.

U generally supposed that instinct Gentiles, making out' of hem both one . .",. -& aisa? ... 'ZT 3.P. BECKWTTH,Trafflo Manager. fit Aueuattoe. .
ovh1
unerringly teaches birds and Insects the new spiritual body of which he-Jesus .... .* .CD ,rt'iC';
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best w.rln which to build their homesor -I8.tl1eheadIlIl..III..trrlbg.: to make -- -, ', '" .. -' Q
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nests and also to'provide for their plain. how we must grow In Christ ." 'f':" ", v it. ::.

offspring. .The following Ineldent; recently :and all the graces that become a Christian .,. .. .' ,. .o ...'1. 'o) -. .. i ;. Ocean Steamship Company -

under personal observation will such things as "bttternraa, wrath; .. ::; f'') ,. '

I, "how'that' Instinct is not always Infallible -' ,anger, choler and evil speaking" are AdvertisingRate "

r : to'be put away from us: and be like "SAVANNAH LINE.
small Jesus, kind, even to those who ill use *** -;
friend three
placed empty
A 5eQd tie Sal( Job U/orH-
.. ? your
vlala In an open box on a shelf In ah ,us.'kinda'one another, forgiving one % Florida 4 l
.4 upright position.'In close contact, and another. This is a lesson to take) to '''' I

they were.uncorked. A short time school, when things'don't go our I way : : Sheets To New York .$. And Boston. -..

Afterward Is was a matter of surprise and we get crows. Paul saya forgive' ., L T D. BROWN, ,,r ,
I to And that their had been appropriated even as God for Christ's sake "forgives ,. :
A Short Rail Ride to Savannah, Thence
by a female mud wasp. Sue had you. I love it because It teaches me '. ARCHITECT AND WILDER $

placed a goodly number 'spiders in that In Lis sore affliction he never for Plans and *p !lflcatton p""rared.I A Short Sea Voyage.
God but all do ,;
got himself. May
the center vial. doubtless- Intended to we -* Jobbing work given prompt attention at
the sanie. ilay all, and old Sailing from Savannah
young :
I food for her future brood Datura!Street.
; nerve U ; Shop on -
i '
who read this lesson learn from Paul Will be Sent
on Ap
then the proceeded to deposit her eggs' loving submission and brotherly love. I 6 Ships Each Week 5
She clos-
In those on either side. next
GEO. O. BUTLER.
FRANKLIN SHEEN.
td tightly them uthl'of'aU three re-

CfpUbki with a bard lime cementHaving R'. w.. .r Loot1l:1C: at TL"Tommy" Oil KEN. & BUTLER. .. All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with sailing; sche<1ule'l. Write for gen.
her then said the teacher to one of *
finished workjtoie .
doubtless went'on her wayrWtisti the juvenile class, 'how many Is the plication.: :. .I SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS. ral: information sailing !schedules, stateroom reservation, or call on

011 bad been done for her offspring half of eight r .. ... .. ? Office at WestPslmBeach E. H. HINTON, Traffic Manager, WALTER HAWKINS, Fla. Pass. Agt.,
thoughtful mother could do. "On top or sidewaYlr'asked Tom .s -" '" Lands legally tub-dlvlded and maps lorEluded.
,that a : Savannah. Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. 6-10-98
Selecting and trading lands locating
But Jest think of, the sensations of my. -. .,. 4
Care-
and estimating;timber vpwltilty. 1
_ those little waspswhen they come Into "What co you mean by on top 01 .> ,r. ., : .. ::: tat and correct work guaranteed. All rou:-' -

existence for while starving in their sideways inquired the puzzled teach .. ," :. YJ <- ,;, .. munieatlons by mall receive prompt attention
: Mal' and RID hbobl at-lxiwe
sealed through cages the ,Impenetrable they can plainly glass walls see: er.Why.. replied the bright 'little_ fellow I :: ';i ,,<<' eeL, WEST PALM BEAOH ,firf. U-T-9.-: Indian River Nurseries t

half from the of 8 is 0 : -
top
an Y ,
of food which r wS "'
the bountiful supply Budded Citrus Trees of every variety oi Sour Orange and Lemon Stock; also fall
half of It sideways la 3-seer SHOP
for their use. Ai ,;, oJ y BARBER ,
wu provided. bal. 0' line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to Ibis section in

Eatlrtly Tea I>w. ." ..- ; .- South of the Post Office. eluding Budded Mangoes 50 Varieties of Crotons 25 Varieties of
First Door
EorelapenU,.. .-AD Iowa man was fined $40 thf Easiest Chairs and Best 10-098 Palms, Roses Strawberry Plants Pineapple Slips Etc.

A -moderate amount of exercise Is other day for squeezing a pretty girl'f Equipped Shop io Town. I JOHN B. BEACH Proprietor, :- WEST PALM BEACH, FLA
Indispensable,to a healthy skin. ) 11
almost A woman who cannot afford wheel The hand.fine He was swore too he-low.io did. It by accident tol; ; i qoU MILO COOPEIi Vrop'r. .

U' p1wuld walk reularIJ'&Dd frequently. __ -


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THEY SAY ...- ..
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': East Coast Residents. {
COU: ROOSEVELT'S EXPERIENCE WITH I i' ..
THE ""WHITETACED KID." 4 : .0 asYt OstOd Of the Dade, County"cu1tura1 and .
1 A Ruame of the Work of the Local .
E That Tome folks are English bname Horticultural Society Pastor'.. Who visit Jacksonville are invited to visit'JewelryStore .1
tc n ,
*.Did N. Impress ta e cw"JI Tan ,

.,. .ably oa rirtt Appearaae, Bat .... 1 bat.Yankee in nature, Jo &e Trttcten aid:Mii Crow+s of .. ; Florida'

Waa Their AdialrtUw Th. Little... That Sam Happersett is a led by. tXute County:, The Hews of Alt the Relljiota latltitios'..
_ Ttwj Tried U', .rk ..'Hlxa'Failed. i initiation though not by birth. a Porctelltaf of Fitarc Ckirck >t IJLrgest '
The annul fair of the Fade County .
There area lew men among the That fish live bait tv..ts..plNopal 0
most, prefer to liquid ; : EAST BAY STREET .
R9ugh Riders who' first met their famous Agricultural' and Horticultural- Society () as 3: 1
S: leader;O In'the Bad Lands of That most men dont. i wilt.be held sometime'during the month Sarvitea.CPISCOUL t JACKSONVILLE.t

Dakota, :where!, Colonel Roosevelt's That the voice of the people ia not always of.>>UCb. .Jt is probable it will open CUBWB BeiheU-by-tk.

ranches are located.. One of these Is the.voice.'.f God; but Coogras about the rid of the month., v.L.mz-Iaif. an'HUDIY J.N.,Mcuoaot&ector.a Au't Kudbtcr.Service 4 ..

,Fred Herri, of troop K;who wu for seem to listen to neither. Theamount of money .appropriated I emytUMdaynionif at K o'clock.. } t

merly employed on the Elkhorn range."Hunted That more people will help bary a man for premiums? will be largely increasedover aaad.rsesoolatap oar ST..w.KaoraiuiiMjuu .AIID.-lleeta oa ii re en leaf & Crosby Co. ;4

with 'Rooseveltr said leaf la. Sccnut and taurU Wednesday of each
than help to keep him alive. year. m-miB. L.V. HWIIBV,Director.
Trooper Herrig the"other day..In an. should be remembered by e'rery W.r.,A KMS-nom.Ja, Secretary.V 4 and Wedding) Presents. ill
swer.to a question. "Indeed I have, That j OU can Itldoafj judge a man'swealth trucker and fruit jr'ower that this fair ii .MM M V ...Birthday .. i 1
on his Dakota by the money he spends. I v.
ranch at Elkhorn and held in the interest. of the entire coast. testy T'ialty piasioa. ...e ...e'-e "'."81 OQ A b "p46'
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along the hins of San Juan.' It. wu That pluck always outlasts luck.That .. The i Interests cf-Dade County are inseparable welt Palm Beach j
: more fun out In the Bad Lands than It Service* vtU be held regularly *tnr Sunday .'-"
was St. Peter accepts no bribe : and every trucker and fruitgrower at I p. m*1* the aerf Episcopal church.cor.olKveraw
,r In Cuba, got FoiaietU Streets, cu-aienciegSonday PROYIDENCIA l CRUISE. I
That a sectarian preacher ia uncharitable 1 should make a ipecjal effort to FUN AND FACTS.Witty
.
The'colonel, as we all call him now. rt Blag, February ash Re* L. t UsJaausHindry .
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wilt bar charge of these services. ,. I .. -
envious and produce something for this exhibition.
;4i;. had two ranches when I first knew him bigotted. ; LAD1KS' GUILD meets every Friday at awp.m. > t Tackle Devil Fish and Safely. Lose One
? in the Bad Lands the Elkhorn and the That it is the marching army that does Last*year, without notice or prepatatlun 1In.Gay L UttcaU.' PitddcaU Mrs F Sayings Interspersed With

Chimney Butte he named 'em. They i the fighting. the trucker- and fruit growers of B.Everett, Secrcury. but Capture Another.Vpyageur .

lay on a government range along the That marriage'pron. often to be only DndcConu. y.xnibited.at. at the Dade !a. I, CbttMh, Sotltb.guwiiy Business Bargains. Wit!! Bingham was heard ,

Little Missouri river just south of )Idora. Coroty'.Agricultural and Horticultural School to a.w?ad Kpwortfc: League from at Marco Fla..under date of the '\.
tDi .
a a&., [ t p. m. e*.ry 8oa There of big seems to
was plenty
game varied
IF t Fair the largest and most assortmeat fag TtiandaerenUgt at f.15Ladcll' prayermectiiict "' be against nth 1ut. when he. Captain Rowley and
That linen suit
people .
when he first went out to that country some want
of fruits and vegetables ever shown Friday af\c Booa.at S. I'reaIkIqlCr.
bad returned from
a guide just a successful
,second and third Sunday of each '
overcoat weatherin ricifft me; he .ald.
In winter and
and sized him
1883 everybody uu weathef in '
at a. wld-winter fair oa this continent. month, it a. m. andp. m. in the even- hunt back in the interior. ;.
: for a grassy tenderfoot. Twas In Me- summer. inn a song serves will be held half aa hour before No doubt heexaggerated, bat there
dora I Thousands of people (root every.part of IlK regular divine tervke. We would be The last word previous to this was
deMores'
named after the
( Marquis
Thatthe more you praise a woman, the globe Tidied\ 'this exhibit: and_were clad to have you prcamt eomeoot and help w! wee certainly a good deal ftgaiDltbm' from Planters, just u they were about 'i
wife, a New York 1&41)ln tront The Fourth Sanday i.erYica will be Bald atUnUaa
"" the harder she will work. astonished sot only .at the variety and I at 11 tun.At Hypolioo at I p. m. for the girl who eat bj his able. to::start for Marcw and now they send a
p .
..!' That it taken Dime identification to I hire of our products,but their superiority At boyntoa,T ra.Ker..J. B. WALKH. Pastor.Cbtuxh. and pillowed her brad on his manly short account: of their trip which was in :

y a: get a check cashed than it does to get. This year there will be a greater number breast weighed not lew. tbau 250 enjoyable one and for part of one day

lynched of visitors. We urge every truck CoDj..tatiODaI pound-Chicago Post. very exciting on account of their attempt :

;, That after a marriage ceremony by a and fruit grower to take special pains Bev. 8. a FAWS,fturtuft to catch a devil fish+ (octopus).
with few i exhibition Service at It a. ... and 7:00 p. m. Sunday FOR SALE CJ w.-.A new road c trt. They saw a large one and, sailing up :
oman.preacher abe should kiss the a plants purposes.If IIIIa.oO'! and Pastor* Bible C-a at 10 a. m. never used. Light roomy, and just the ,
5i i groom, :Cach will doiher part Dade County Chrt-tian tredeesd Endeavor at 1 6:80. p. n. Prayer thing for the roads in this section In within striking distance.drovs tl eir harpoon r.
Meetlujt :yat. p. B.t.
1.1c' : is.. ; coining fair again make a 1Ulff at Tag Sps office.: well into the creature and then the
That a presentiment what you record trouble began. ..
A thought you felt before something hap exhibiting the largest and most .Ann's Catbetie CbuMb.Beginning TipTowandi* (N. Y.) Journal telL. The harpoon bad not struck any vital
varied assortment of fruits flowers and I with luda,.January 8th. tbetc
pened. vegetabjca shown midwinter I will he Holy Maim and Sermon every Sunday of a than who gave a tramp an order part but was .in deep. and last and the
ever at a.
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10 o'clock s day School at 8 ,
>t L" m
f.
That a mother's hair eut. is the'UB-, fair.., You are late rested. Let us make aad \..per service' 7-SO p. m. on" a certain restaurant. .. the otherday'fupameai. shTas| soon as struck, put up a tremenOBS -

kindest cut of alL a strong,united.effort and success' is ours. Oa week days il..will beat, 7 a. .., .. A day or two after >.fight and kept it up so there was

.."'-. That no girl can write a real Jove letter Dade'Count-is ia the lead-at the headof ..-. be stepped in to pay the bill which ao possibility pf getting near enough tot

: and chew gum at the_same time. .the procession.. KLONDIKE NEWS. be was toll' was, 60 cent Thinking to use another harpoon or even a gun',

That the principal thing learned at rr E. V, BtlCEUAH., Secretary.: .. this waa rather high, he asked what; and finally it struck out to windward
and. such tU tremendous stren tn
college conceit- r' .. Fine Weather, No! Wind, No Sun and I the tramp ate, ;"Teo beers, and a cigar that it towed wM 'te boat along with(, it

That immorality brings more cash. the. .> HOTEL ;PBBIVM& Open CommQII tatioD. ," was the replj.FURNISHED against the wind; and with all its sail

car morality; .' -.
,, ... COTTAGE in this City set and; drawing in the opposite direes

-'' COLOSKl: TBKODOaa I KOOSSVBLT. That you should never, jump.a fejce As Shown This Week By The Registers Owing to communication being open for Rent; in Good IocatiouThree Rooms dolt, and it kept, up this wonderful feat
of joe Ferris' store, that a lot of us till you see what is on tbe other side. with the Klondike country way up bio and:Kitchen" Terms Reasonable. Applyat till the strain on theJitt finally partea
Of Our Leading Houses. wad has been received thi; office.. 23.31 '
planned a little surprise for Mr Roosevelt That a_ young man's_safety depends Janu ary more just' it and}be.fish.went tree with the harpoon -

He looked like a kid-I belIevehe I upon the number of hia_young. lady. acquaintances. from the Fo..lcr Bros and McLean in Mre ?UM lafe ther-l understand -till embedded tat it with several

was only a little put twenty, and I --- TBS PALMS. the shape of twoleUers, and a copy of that Mr. Tallman kiotwd on the athoms of line'still attached and traits
you
What with his eyeglasses and his knee-. I .: sirs A V Wortben,Brooklyn, N Y; Mrs the, "l Ioadike Nugget! a paper published ngv behind.Notsadsded. ,
I breeches and his little brown mustache That to have_.to struggle for' living Kate_Moore Bay Shore L'I; B B King, semi-weekly in Dawson City at $i4 stoop last night < with their thriUug and j
,he did lock too nice for anything. gives the best educatioa. Jupiter Fin Rev Dr R'allJWr Fla Miss }'U888uf atber- Why yes, '
I j ; ; a year or 25 cents a copy,this copy being slightly daagereos experience ia. their
While he in Joe Ferris' bnylni That a college graduate thinks tto one I HV0 so tall he bad .-
was C EGaUliard. I R& B B Steamboat Co; dated December ry, r8yS. mamma. first attempt to capture a devil fish, they

postage stamps Will Dow, who. afterward else.has.any rights he is bound to respect. Fran .,Houston, Su St Sebastian; J K One 01 the letters waa ,dated the day Yo>ikera Statesman. got another harpoon, and, this time

worked with me on the ranch' liartfn and wife, Atlanta; G H Cross. St before Christmas and the other oa New i made; their newest and aschoc,
and a cowboy named Merrlfleld, and Expert Stenographer (own machine) strongest
myself, unsaddled Roosevelt's pony, led That hogs nen..look np. to ice wh'erethe {'rout110; S F Jones, Antin, Minn; Year's Day and were bpth written in the experienced Bookkeeper,Teacher,Chap- cable fast to it and soon ring another

him off, and put the saddle and bridleon acorns.come from... : -- John, Id Taylor, New York City; J WTenaley boys' camp.on Sulphur Creek,forte crony: Miss E. ;X Quinn Palm Beach., fish they ran up alongside and Captain

a broncho that was a dead ringer I That you: should never _sacrifice pri n- Detroit; Ceo S Harris New Orleans miles from Dawson City and reported la tor-I'ze dlighted to find,'. yo' B.o-MlellUDk the.harpoon. deep into it

for his mount. We knew all about ciple fnr popularity. ; J L Jacobs Jacksonville: ;C D Don them as all well and, comparatively comfortable r adin'd&Bible. and;'Tor the second: time that day,those '

that broncho for he'd already throws That it is easier to change! your name ': and wife, Minneapolis, Mina; <:. W Patterson ; ,considering the work they were Pariahonerwus: jest lookis in de brittle yacht were decidedly ia it to the ,i

Hellroarlng Bill Jones once that morn than manners' ;' "' Baltimore; A H. Marston, Chicago doing and the style in which they were fullest extant id a fight with, a devil 6ah. ( Ii
So of sidled to seethe your Mrs Braman living v book o!Jub to gee if it tells what,..be
; ing. we kind 4off ; Josephine Brooklyn $1 and this time It finish
smite was a fight to a. \
R fan.. By and' by Roosevelt came That ":people. ought, ; to' change Yi; J W Norton, Smithton, Wit;Dt TaU In the letter frem which 'we learned doge fer boils. -New York Sunday for the cable held sndLao did the harpoon .. a

-. a out of tha shop and started to Di 1nL both.. .. .., '" man and wife,Gt Barritgtoa, Maw; TAWhittaker the yews that we published in.last week's World.. and after a somewhat protracted! and.exceedingly JJ
He was near-sighted but he couldn't That law, in this country neither pro. : Sex said the temperature bad been I
L G LeBonrveaux) ,:Jacksonville they -
.
E F. Balnea has and will be lively fight the yachtsmen.
armed suQv
!
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., have told those cayusea apart anyway."The tens nor punish: B Cook Smithsouia Ga Miss L h ; } ; found at Weybrecht's Machine Shop wl in getting the fish to themrface
broncho let him get Into the
saddle and then the beast bunched bis That practising morality ia. the best H Denny, ,Birmingham, Ala;DrF Jacob- i,letters, we learn it went no lower but in- and will do all kinds of repairing-Gnns, near enough to the yacht for them to use 11 11cee4
y way'of teaching it. ion Brooklyn, N Y- J Boyle, St ails; ste4 it rot much warmer till, for several Pistols, Bicycles, Locks and any kim
feet and humped his back and Roosevelt of iron work. Chair wheels for sale their guns on i\ wn c: they at once pro?
buttons off Mr and Mrs. H P Meredith. DwyiUe,Pa; days, it was 30 to 35* above zero, ,
went off as easy u you please. That' always come just II-3-tf. ceedlto do-witb laW effect, and at last .
Nobody said anything except Joe Ferris :- when you don't taut them to., '. Chu S\Leidecker, New; York City; W J though it had again fallen'to about 15 they had the pleasure of drawing the tJ

who came out of the door and That the louder. the, swearer, the big- Heller" and wife;. Hiss Basle Helter belay at the.date ,"their lst letter but "Wnat is the ,meanest man yoq dead monster alongside and none of their

f asked it he was hurt. the coward. Eastoj;,P.; H A Hangan and wife Julia this was considered warm for thatcountry know?" party any the worse for their exertions.

'Not a bit of it,' said Roosevelt ger Hangar, Dr W W Quintan,Chicago;Mrs and everybody, ladies Included, was Tba man who will walk between a Upon it was found that
and up he went again. But the White- That there'are wild camels in the Arizona going around oDe another, attending examination
visiting
Ruth lJ S Quinlan, 2vi -
Qninlan, Fajinie bargain window and a woman that the tjarpoon had gone clear through the
faced Kid that's what we called the desert.-- --- anstnxii11 i ; W'D. preen and wife I S entertainments and otherwise U feasting ber.eyea upon it."-Cincinnati fish and Its bar-'bad caught in the skin
didn't'wait him to hU
broncho for get
That jokes like poets are born, not Main and wife,Troy,N Y;E Bcu Carter, acting very much as they do during winters -
5 ;: right foot In the leathers this time Commercial. on the under side this probably being
before he pitched the young fellow made. St Augustine Annie, L Clark Carrie L I .in.much. warmer. and more civilized ', the reason that it held.ao well in spite of .

hi t right over. his head. It was the alll That____ soup is. often. .the' .cause of_ dyepepsia. Clark,'Atlanta, sections of the continent. ur.. '. l". wnitenurst, Speclaiist.AU the immense strain put upon it by- the
-- : diseases
3 flredeat. Jolt I ever saw. Roosevelt ._ : : .;;_. One thing peculiar that high lati-I treated.ot the Will Bicycle be found successfully at.Adams' fish in its tremendous fight.

turned a somersault and then sat down That oranges;lemons!: and. limes-are. SEKINOU HQTZL. tude is the absence of the sun during the Bicycle Hospital. After getting the harpoon clear and securing -
Ft Pierce
Mrs Miller and daughter, :
so hard his glasses broke. Will Dow goad for toe-complexion winter. They say they have seen no sun what few souvenirs they wanted
and I went to help him up; Merrifield Fla; James Flint Chicopee Falls, Mass; since November ao'and do not expect to "I think theN are other ways 01 .from the fishthey turned the carcass

_ :was laughing so he couldn't ,move.Roosevelt That women are. second only ,to. the Ju B Ch mber.>,;Dclray,.FJa; 0 B Bal- see it again fall some time about the first correcting children than by .whipping loose and proceeded on.their : to

> didn't notice any of .us. He newspapers b tailing.!= new.That :. lard, G H Hey wood,Troy Pa; Mrs M H of February, but on the contrary it has them." 'obset. red Bobby'smother Marco which point they reached. way safely j

Just looked kinder surprised u' he s-me ..ofht' biggest fish stories. Cummins,Josephine Cumm'ns, Akron.O; been moonlight there about all the time sweetlyl ber guest."Yes'mt in due time. '
+ scrambled the dust was four inches come in bottles, H L Green,Nubl'llclIraA' V Worthen,
up time cannot
for the they
only that there
they say You km pinch ther legs till Hearing war good hunting
thick in the road. 'It's too 'bad 1 That it. is easier t > see than to foresee. Brooklyn, N Y;Mrs K' Moore Bay Shore, see the moon is when it goes behind in tie interior aud wishing to have alt
Roller can't ? in Bob-
'and they
; broke my glasses.said he, he L I; A J Mitchell and wife,Louise Mitchell mountain you put
I limped Into the store. I That some men would break up a fun wife G W Mullen some of the highest tops and by from ,bw supposedly silent corner the sport possible during his cruise,Voy-

"We thought he'd had enough It. erl procession, if they were not let drive J Q'Hayntsaad even then it is out of sight but a| very Chicago Record.No ageur Bingham secured the services ofa

sand' were wondering how we could the hearse. ., _. and wife, Owensboro.Ky Rev Dr Ryan, short t'nf guide, including: a mule, and wagon,
Miami(Pla PR Paddock. PUtsburg Pa; the weather need from home for
; The one thing regard to rending away
n f change again when thetellder- and taking Captain Rowley along they ,_
nags ; That the worst sinner is a possible I :
of '. -. Miss Grrce: Elliott;,Cleveland,.0; Mrs C I that seems to stoke the boys as the most any boats when Capt. A T. Rose can miles
e foot came out with a new pair glasses saint: build fine went twenty-eight inland and made :
cheap
as or u as
.5 W Thomas, Louisville,Ky; Mis M Moon peculiar of all is :the scarcity, and in you one you
he'd fished out of his hand-bag, and : want. See him. and place your order. camp,as the guide said game was plentiful j
blast'my.eyes if he didn't Jump on the That lobe honest .from:policy' is""only London, Canada; C L Mean and wife fact the almost tter absence of wind in thereabouts. I |

t Kid's. bict again and sd quick 'this to mask dishonesty.. Miss Mears Madison. Wis H L Green that region, and in, mentioning it they "Poor Dibble! They say he got a The next day was rainy, but, as they

F time the broncho didn't feel him till That the world thinks 'the :moat oft Nashville, Tenii ; David Conkiing, D say that there is actually not enough. pair of beautiful black eyes lately. wanted some' fresh meat, the JC1 dead

he'd got both feet In the stirrups and lose who care the least what it thinks Dudley..St Augustine; Captain Bale, Titnsville wind to drive the smoke away. [ feel sorry for him.". Captain, Rowliy went out to see what

e a'good grip with his knees. Then of Fla Chas B Judd and wife, C S their around to
them. ; They; me tion' going "Yon needn't He got artery they could get and soon caught sight of, 3

maybe the Kid didn't start down the That there Is no use in trying to please Paine,Grand Rapids,hitch;J F Boilings entertainments and speak well of their handsome girl with them."-Short three,deer, the Captain shooting one,
In minute he
road split
lickety a was
". out of sight in a cyclone of dust. those who don't know what they want worth,,Youngstown, 0; Louis Lehman neighbors in their' own and adjacent Skits., bat being chilled with the rain left the

o "Tbere were only about eleven Inhabitants That this country suffers more from and wife, Scranton i Pa; .Mrs C Lohman, camps with whom they exchange'risits other:two to be dropped by the rifle of
Pa Thomas Foster Cleve- and all this helps to relieve Royal t Poinciana:Blossom Spoon-only
Wilkesfyrre ;
occasionally, the On their
: In the town then, and'it lack of political honesty than from lack \place to get tbem.Idner & Son. Go guide. return to camp they
wasn't long until the news got out that of brains. land,0J4; *rk D'Bartleson,Jacksonville, the monptony, They mention one neigh see th 'm. .' f found'that. daring their absence a deer

k ; White-faced'Kid was murdering a Fla; F E'Allen, J B Zinsmiih, Syracuse: bar that went out a ways from camp to had cope.up to camp to see what was J

tenderfoot We held a cmsmeetingIn That most public offices .arc. private N. Y; W S Gavan Baltimore; Roy T MeFadden. hunt moose aSd the weather turning The'Wcong Lot.-"They've raked I going oa.and, getting to be inanisitive..

front of Ferris' store, and when the auctions. Melbourne.Fla? Louis Hennig, cold,'he froze his hands and feet before' in pretty rough-looking lot this Voyageur Bingham '"bad ended its, jn-'. I f fqulaiU.eneSilDd

overland train from the East pulled That a dull listener always'heara a dull Philadelphia: J W Haukburst and daughter he could get back,but he reached home morning, haven't they?" paid tbe, also its life by a rifle

in, and another tenderfoot got off and sermon.. New York City Wm Thompson Carolyn safely though badly frozen. J stranger. to the reporter in 'a police bullet and had its carcass already dressed

asked for Mr. Roosevelt and said his That salvation is free and damnation B Thompson Chicago Sam New They are still digging' in their hole court. "y ou're looking at the wrong and hanging up in camp. -**

r :* clime name from was New Doctor York Lambert we said and as how he I' expensive.. man, wife and daughters May and Annie but, we presume, they have not washedout lot," nswared the reporter. "Those Four deer being more than they bad .s"

That there no isms beyond the grave. Buffalo N Y; R S Whitney. Boston; any of their dirt yet as they did not really wanted counted on getting, and,
&, his friend, Mr. Roosevelt was Just are not the prisoners; those are the
S Steckel, E L Steckel, Doylcstown, Pa; mention it in either .letter. They say u the weather war still bad, they declded
about needing a doctor, and bad, too. That the darker the sky, the brighter lawyers." Credit: Lost.
But'before we 'could explain, lickety the moon.. B Frank Cressman, Sellersville Pa; Ceo the winter is very,mild, much' more so, oa returning to Marco and did so the

split through the dust came the White- G Anderson, Philadelphia; A C Woodruffand in fact, than anyone expected, and the Will call to Manicure Shampoo and next day, the mule, wagon and game on
is
I' ; faced Kid. and there on his back with That the devil always ready to do wife, New London Conn; Mayo Nugget mentions a Mr. and Mrs. Tames give Electric treatments. Miss Quinn, which: Voyageur Bingbam was mountedas 4
business with church members. West Palm Beach.
f all his teeth showing, was the doctor's even Dade Str St Francis; C R Gatlliard. Str Brown as just about to leave there for driver, leading the procession and'

friend, Roosevelt When he clapped That a man who will buy another's St Sebastian; Henry Hansel!, Josie Kan the coast and ,adds the further remark Softleigh:-So. you-aw-don't two sandy, bedraggled individuals oa

k his peppers on Doctor Lambert he let vote will sell his own. sell PhMadcIphta) ;W H Howell,St Louis; that'as they came in this winter, Mrs. think the clothes make the. man, foot,who it was hard to recognize as the

U 4 out a whoop that couldn't have been That some journalists don't know news G A Worley Miami. Fla; B H Howell, Brown will be the first woman to make Miss Cutting? guide and.Captain Rowley, bringing np

beat by any cowboy on the Little Missouri ,,'-ten they meet it <- New Vurk 'itOI Car Seerald, Jacksonville the round trip from and to the outside in Jli&s the rear.

We took a shine to him from Boys wonder why it is old men know ; Miss Weeks Palm Beach; John H winter-if she succeeds in making it. Cut ting-Well, they didn't' in They,arrived at Marco safely and bad
that very day. Any fellow who could F Pencross your case, at least Cbicaxo! News. filled their ice chest with the
S3 little. Waller. Aukonia. Fla John From the tone of the letters more than venison
ride White-faced Kid at one trial ana i
Jackson, Miss Jao E Cook, Atlanta Jno from what the letters themselves say we Boat building done tight at home, ia and were taking in fresh water and other
holler like that was the man for our That many a man has saved his fellow-
.
that didn't have F Pearson, Grand junction, Miss; ChasY form somewhat of an idea that the boysare the most approved minuet, good workmanship : nocejsaries and expected to start the day
except we any from married.
money nun suffering by getting
and Call i
money-until we hired out to Roosevelt. Undo, Mr ,G C Landes, Philadel- not very badly stuck on Sulphur Capt. A.,T. Rose.at living_prices. on after the date of their letter for Punta

." That this country governs no one with. phia; L G LeBonriveau,' Jacksonville; Creek.or any other diggings in the Klondike Rasa and possibly Fort Myers, from one
Oi** their consent except Indians and "C'R C W Carlin Jupiter, to Aunt Dorothy-How of which points
EBKlaad. Gaa.Some Capt CarUn: region but are' sensible enough many com- we may expect to hear

7,000,000 tons of coal are annually w juien. Fla; Robert Pickett Savannah ; Jno try to make'the best of it being they are rpnndmeute are there, Johnny. ? from them'again. '

a,." used in the United Kingdom la That patiotic young women should always Cordes Emma Holland Anna E Helder, there now but unless they have exceptionally JohoOJlJrIiIIy-Tt'D. They do not expect to stay long in the

promptly respond to the call of Leonard Lee Kenosha, Wis; L somethingrich Caloosahatchee and Charlotte Harbor
.the manufacture of gas. Chicago good lack and strike Aunt Dorothy-And now. suppose
'
: arms. F Demmler, Miss Elenora Demmler, b the spring, we would not be sur- you were to break one of them? section of the country as they'are in a
Salt
'& .Fatemta. Schenck and i hurry'to get to Key West, from where
Demmler E
Miss Martha back here by next
That Wanamaker
pays a man $20,000 prised to see them
No fewer than 2.401 patents have Johnny: (tentatively)-Then they'dbenine.Je there is
just to write his "ads'' sad his income wife, Win .\ D:iuwler, Pittsburg Pa; W summer and not very late in the summer a possibility of their going to
for '
been taken out on processes makloj ter. Cuba before
.sugar and salt is $2,000,000. L Widmeyer, Neptune, Fla.; ,at that. returning home.


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