The Tropical sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075915/00553
 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: March 2, 1899
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
lccn - sn 83025639
System ID: UF00075915:00553
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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PURELY PERSONAL.. !away here quite cored.sick and- are' taking' -him LIVELY, LOCAL li RS. THiCOUNTY TIDINGS I! Union City, Mich; K J Metzger, Indianapolis HERE AND THERE. -! 4 '

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People n They Come and Go-People was Attorney in town W last, S,Friday Graham on, legal of'Miami busiess. ,- What the 'Sun's. -.",,-Men. Heard III''TheLively y' ;A : of'Interesting,Items From Akron, Ohio; Mary L, Gilbcr", Water. Scraps of News About This sail That

i 'Yea May or May Not Know.. =Local Whirligig. f'e' i iO : Correspondents. ', town, N Y; A M Whitman, West Palm and Different Things. '

.-.o. r-r-- .. Bit +.' ,. Beach; L. G LeBourveau, Jacksonville; --- ,..-

A Melange of rmeaal Items-Visitors la Trick riding by a trick bicycle rider A Mirror of Minor Happening's, Accl Compiled and Confined to lilt! Harry Leach, Columbus, 0;, R W Gardner Newsy Notes and Items et Interest U. .

'ibe CUT.: tad Cltixens Visiting has been prevalent on our streets for sev- dents Coming Events -and _"'P'-:;:". :"'r: ;'' 1!ice< U of Most Interest to the Mrs AT Gardner, Chicago;. Henry Everybody In General and Nobody )
eral days past -' Backman Md H P
Annapolis, ,
Out of the City Galaxy of CU.rlnGOsslP. Citizens of Dade County In Particular.
.. wife and child St Johns, N B, Canada.
O -. .,. Marcus Frank arrived from Miami last e .. ',;' .' --q --ass

;W,N.Hell returned last night from a Saturday' morning to spend 8 while at The exigencies of his business demand. JUPITER JOTTINGS The vegetation in this place is looking \'.'. L. Woodcock, one of our prominent .

Jew day* business trip to Miami. the Boston Store inK it, Will Whidden has added lo his t ''Ml -- splendid. The fine showers we have winter visitors, went down to Del-

market fixtures a firest-class fire and burg. BeD Oster was out last week for the had in the past week have given it new ray and lectured there Sunday evening

Janiceanon A. TVorley' ;was np from Miss Leila Anthony and her friend ar-proof safe. first since the shooting, and has gone up life and when visitors come here two or and also organized an Epworth League
tiamiaad to Monday and guest Mrs J. !f. Chapman,of Augusta weeks it will be
f ) oa up Juno. toJ.TjZiegler'sto recuperate.B. three from now a rare I'of seventeen members, returning to

Jegil badness. c Ga., left yesterday morning for a Ceo. Maltby moved his stock from the sight to see the fine gardens, rich in verdure town Monday morning.' '
K.IInnt went down to West Palm
few visit in Miami.
days' Masonic Temple yesterday into his new from the vegetableparticularly
Deputy Sheriff jot .Frohock came up Beach Sunday night on business and This afternoon there will be a free-for
store Clematis Avenue the tomatoes growing here to the extent of
near corner
from Miami Monday off a -little businesshntltbome'pow Robert Ptckert has accepted a position didn't get home till Tuesday morning.The .all cat-boat race up the Lake starting:
of Narcissus Street. 100 acres, and if tourists at Palm Beach, '
,- in his uncle J. F. Oliver's, Corner Grog vegetables were hurt, some being who are cooped up and crowded.in their from the Royal Poinciana wharf., It U*

Messrs Woodruff, Taylor and Ballard cerT and being both able and willing, is The Ladies Aid Society of the Con killed and some only partially damaged; hotels there, would take a run down by desired to make this race, the first of,a

returned lest Saturday from their trip to ready making himself useful.C. gregational Church met at the parsonage no tomatoes'were.killed to the ground. rail, or by lau:>ch, or on sailing yachtsto 1 series to be sailed every Thursday for

Key West and Havana. : H, Marshall formerly with J. F. yesterday afternoon to do some sewing, The usual weekly dance was held at this place and look it,over they would I cash prizes, offered by the guests, of the

,Mrs.'Frederick Snlzner of St. August Oliver, left last week to accept a more drink tieathen.some tea sympathize with the section."foreman Laney's. last Saturday never regret it. In fact, tourists should I Hotels, and every body is invited to. cuter *

ine arrived the first of last we'ek'on a lucrative position in Jacksonville and his night with a big crowd, and lots of fun. not miss seeing the fine gardens as wellas a boat.-For further particulars call

mil to her son, R. G. Snlzner, of this wife and son left Tuesday to join him A good plank walk has been put in The N., S. Hunt sawmill has had several the beautiful ocean,beach on the East on Tony Canvaer, on Poinciana wharf..

city. there. T orders for Side and taking a meal at The Boynton.A The East Side Lake front property
f y across! the alley between the Palms and shedding purposes snce
trip down the great canal: running Lake Worth known as the Charlie
the freeze and is full
Seminole Hotels running nearly
Miss Mable Scorille, of Brooklyn, N, so pedestrians will no '
W. !* Woodcock returned to 'town from! the foot of LakeWorth to Biscayne : Moore place, owned by Mrs F. J. ,
time aH time .
V.. the lady who won the swim longer step in puddles of water at that DOW.Vegetable '
Monday from his recent trip to Havana young v Bay, would be a'treat for Northern visit-. Moore the oldett resident and one of
ming match at .the Casino on Washing- place when it rains who. had of
growers '
and will stop here or hereabouts for the any ors. Major Boynton has excellent picnic the very first settlers on the Lake was
on'* Birthday, was a'guest of the Semi- heir truck killed have all replanted
remalnderothesea"on. The foundations are being laid and grounds in his cocoanut grove,which : sold last week to.the,Messrs Hayaes and
-r note Hotel this city for: several weeks principally with beans as they are the '
'c'W. Bingham arrived from Cleveland umber is being put on the ground for is open to all who want to make the trip Mullen, of Owejtboro. Ky. County
but' left last for
'Thursday morning quickest to get ready for the market. '
Monday evening coming by the of two more cottages on the lots recently : and spend the day. If the tnp is made Surveyor Sheen is marking off the
way .
J ,Sanford to bring his son Will with him Rockledge.Hon. purchased by and cleared for Mayor The freeze don't seem to have proved :! by rail they can leave Palm Beach at ten boundary lines and corners this week so

Whilldin, and a third one Is'liable to be much of a' drawback to this section for o'clock in the morning and return by a as to accurately locate' and de gnate ,
who waji sick at that place. A. W. Taylor, one of our winter .
put up later. quite a number of inquiries for land round
is train at six in the evening. The the property.
back from an enjoyable tripto
, Among the many people of.National cottages, looks have been received since the freeze, and trip only costs sixty cents, and the dis
the of the .
prominence registered at Palm Beach Queen He Monday afternoon every business probably there will beconsiderable land tance is but thirteen miles.A .
Messrs.A. Mitchell and Haines
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as bio'wnq ;a. berry and u tugged as a house and office in this town closedas ,
Hotels thI.-wiek! is J. Addison. rtu. was c>'sang; hands,.: if not now,. later in.the two Kentucky whowith their
; gentlemen
secretary to President McKinley. mountaineer."' Out door life"in the open a mark of respect to the family of Dr.F. season. meeting. of the settlers and residents "' '...
air and balmy. breezes of our Sunny A.Pnghwhose funeral was being held of this town was held at The Boyuitonlast families, are spending the seam here, 't .
H.. Chapman, of Agnsta. Ga.. Everybody that goes trolling on the already like this rection so well that they '
Kra.1., : Southland is a genuine health invigor-. that day. The flags at Captain Rome's Satur'ay evening and a temporary
arrived last Wednesday night and is a river seems to have good luck, for they have purchased the Moore plnce on the
ator in and of itself. boatyards and on several yachts on the organization of:he Knights of the Macca
inglefialte always bring in fish. A little boy went East Side the second house above the .
guest at Capt J. R.Anthony! for an Lake were draped and at halfmast.At bees was completed. Twenty-four rign- ,
W. N. Hull who left weeks ,
.f.'Cfiod-week.' it is to be hoped. some ago out on> day last week, and amongst the ed the charter list, and it is hoped by the Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea> Including
for his home in Brooklyn, N. Y. was taken the request of a great many citizens fish he brought home was one weighing all the land attached have moved
time the next meeting is held the num. np
.Miss'EUs Bell, of Jacksonville, left : sick :soon after arriving there so, as who, for van. us'reasons, were unable to twenty.three pounds, almost as much as ber will be increased to over thirty. We there with their families and are arrange
her home after
Tuesday evening for an soon as he was sufficiently recovered, heat attend Dr. Paine's noted address on "Se- the boy himself-and this is no fish story ing to have two cottages put up this
week's at the home of her will have the honor of being the first
enjoyable visit once returned to Florida arrivinghere "
bastapol will either.
arrangements be made
coming summer north of the preseat
subordinate of the Macca
titter. Mrs. M. BreWord of Palm organization (
Bush. E. last Saturday night and going down for a repetition of the lecture in a few Pineapples here were not killed by bees instituted in the State of Florida, dwelling and. to otherwise improve and .
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t weeks. He will be
undoubtedly. greeted the cold but those not shedded had and will be Tent No. i, as we are numberone beautify the grounds.

J. A. Chancey of Detroit a school as he,will probably go into some kind of with a crowded house. their leaves frozen and some of the more in everything w: undertake in this ..--
business again in this
mate and the boyhood companion of country. A week ago Sunday night the first ser- advanced fruit was ruined. So everybody place. THEY SAY- .

v 1'hos.II. EdUon,, the great inventor, U Frank Werner, of Connecticut ownerjf vices in Holy Trinity Mission Churchin now "arranging to shed their At the aforesaid meeting, after the

one of the happy family of season guestsat an orange grove at Cocoa and a pine. this city were held by the new rector. Gelds of pines as fast as possible as those Maccabee work was completed. Major I That fame, once reached, 'is soon left

the Hotel Boynton this season. apple plantation at St. Lucie was a visitor Rev. L. Fitz-James Hindry, and a large under sheds were not hurt in the least Boynton talked with the settlers with behind. .

-- in town from Sunday night till Tuesday and no fires were built to help
congregation there i reference to having certain improve
Mr,'Will! Bingham arrived home from was present, as was That peace is only war's interlude.
morning having come down to see also at the second service last Sunday plants. ments made on the. main avenue of the
the West Coast
on Monday evening'strain --.IBOYNTON -- That God oftener than gold, rewardsthe
freeze did He
what the tons.
having left:!:the "Providencia" at reports night This church starts out anew UDder town. Last winter he made a very fine good.

Pants Rassa and came home overland, his orange grove but little, hurt-not very favorable auspices and bids fair BREEZES road from the canal to the beach at his

sickness causing him to give np the remainder enough to be noticed-and his pines ate !. to become not only prominent, but of own expense, and has done so much for That the closer you get to a stuffed

of the cruise. somewhat damaged but not killed. He great benefit in this community.The The work on the new depot at the station the town that. after talking the matter animal, the better. you can see bow.

expects a full crop of oranges and one is progressing finely. The founda over, the settlers volunteered to turn out harmless it is. .

Mr. and Mn.T, I. Arnold,oi Orlando, to two thirds of a crop of pines. establishment of Schmid's Cafe on tion is laid and the Framework up. It and excavate a slip on the west side of That respectability is all that the world
Clematis Ave in this
town, has supplied I.
have been at the borne of Mr.T.J. Grier Richard P. White, of Philadelphia, a "long felt want" Here out-of-town will be completed within the next two the canal for the large fetry at that point, asks of a man or woman.

for a few days, Mr. Arnold returned to probably the best jury lawyer in the shoppers who come in for a part of a day weeks, and when finished will be the and also to grade the street out ut it in That if one boy in this town don't get
Orlando today," Mrs until remaining of country, is stopping in this section 'and and do not care to eo to a hotel can let a most convenient depot between Palm fine condition. They turned Mon. spanked before night It is because he can

belt with her mother the return enjoying its salubrity. He is accom- regular meal, well cooked and served at Beach and Miami. day to a man, full of enthusiasm and are outrun the rest of the family.

Dr. E. W. Pa h. from Georgia.. his wife who is President of pushing the work nicely: and visitors to
pealed by a moderate price, or can get anything Major Boynton has constructed and That a man can drop out of sight in a

the Woman's S. P. C. A. and also a writer wanted on a special order. Here :too, this town,after the improvements agreed big city and the hole never be found
B. B. Dunshee the well known a4 ; has in operation a new telephone line between -
e irrepressible season hustler is on the of note:among her writings being"Love our townspeople and visitors can get a i the postoffice at the station end upon by the settler are made will tee that he fell through.

Lake again this week. Among the in the Tropics," a noted book. They ar- plate of delicious ice cream every day the Boynton Hotel on the Beach. It is' that the Boyntoiiteg are not asleep. That politeness generally wins oa

tourists of the South and East no man is rived last Friday and are already in love a different flavored cream being served the first one constructed and in operation They even stay up all night if necessary mankind but may fail on a mule.
with this of the and intendto to protect their crops. A more contented
of them part tropics each day. Conducted as nicely and at between Miami
known knows and
better or more Jacksonville: !, united and industrious lot of settlers That without a looking glass a woman
remain and
than Mr. Dunshee. Be has just recently it as long as possible enjoy so moderate a cost as this place is, every It is the intention to connect it with the canno be found on the East Coast of would be worse than a beast.

returned .from an extended visit inCnba. businessman should do what he could to F. E., C. Telephone Co .whose wires will Florida. That a good-natured man is one that
maintain and it. Such in- --
Dr. C. S. Littleton, who.WIlh his family support an reach here from Palm Beach by the last

the winter in of stitution is so much needed that it deserves of next .ee We hope to be able at no DELRAY DOiNGS. simply knows how to sweeten hu gall
is spending one t'e
T. M. Rickards end oldest .
daughter, liberal patronage. "
distant with Palm just right.
Whilldin here in town left Sunday day to "Hello the
Was, Kate were in town last week Wed- cottages : .. F. Jordan was at Palm Beach Tuesdayon
morning for Philadelphia on business Beach people and convey our compliments That a ship is called "she" because it
fiesday They were joined here by a business.
to the Poinciana and Inn, as well much
connected with some building operations UTILE RIVER RIPPLES. costs so to rig her.
younger danghtrr Miss Ruth Rickards, in their Miss Irene Rickards Sunday at
---- as those who put telephones spent
he has under but he expectsto That the devil is the of theologian
way greab'st
the Mangonia school teacher, and Miss Miss Hattie Gwinner is slopping a few business houses and residences.Dr. Boca Ratone.

I... Rose Sanders from the same place, aDd return in a few days and spend the days with Mrs. Burr. the medical at- It is rumored that two new settlers and s.That.
remainder of the here wth-his McLeay,
pent the afternoon viewing the sports you should never throw a kiss toa
locate here next
families will
Frank Cortright has osi- tachee of has blossomedout
on the East Side. family. As the doctor and his family accepted a \ The Boynton lady but deliver it'in person.
a over
like this place so well possibly he may tion on the Steamship Miami 1 into a gardener of no mean preten Miss Florence Blackmer! starts for Ohio

a B. H. Webster manager of the, Hartington undertake some building operations of Presbyterian services were held in tie 1 sions. A dose of his medicine to the cut. next wee': where she will spend the win- That some between people bull don't know and the difference
Hotel of Port Huron Mich., is his own in this place. Episcopal Church Sunday evening.The worms and the other insects that infest ter.The gre'bound. pup an ocean

church was crowded.A the plants is sure to knock them out. I F. E. C. Telephone Co. got their
at the Hotel Boynton down at Boynton,
Henry Spatz, of Rockaway Beach.who lie is, however, more kindly to his pa- wire strung as far north as this place That it is sometimes hard to tell the
., for the season Mr Webster arrived with his wife and,child have been guests bouncing baby loy came to make difference
Wednesday. between self-made and
here and when ill a man
tients are feeling
there two weeks ago badly broken in at the Seminole for a couple or more his home with Mr. and Mrs, Hudson
soon puts them on their feet again. But Major Boynton and a party of guests a tailor-made woman.
health from overwork, but already he months, bought Chas. Zapf's launch 01- Burr Jr. on Feb. 22nd.
unfortunately for the Doctor the guestsat spent several hours looking over tie city That some people pay as they if
hows great improvement and is fast regaining :ga and,. with Captain John Lentz in -- .--__ this week. go
The do need much one day don't
Boynton not very they go too
his lost health as he drinks in I
charge, left last week for a cruise downto
A CARD. if any,medical attendance. At any rate, Mrs. John Marshas came Lome Mon. That
breeze tbllt our young should know
the pure. bracing, ocean the Bay and as far as Key West. His
friends such is the case after they have been herea day from Miami, accompanied by her that electric
,makes The Uoynton so popular a resort. wife and child left about the same time To who so kindly assisted lights car't be turned low.
comforted in short time and have breathed the breezes sister, who will spend a few weeks with
for Daytoua where Mr. Sp'tz will join and PS every way during her. That a man is as young as he feels, a
Miss Katherine last illness and since which come from the ocean. ,
Mrs. K. Schnckman them on his return north. They came the the takfng away woman, as she looks.

Zaun, Mr. and Mrs. A. Weinsheime here for the- benefit of their ch Jd's I of our loved one, and for every act of Registered at The Boynton during the I 1 i Rev. L. F. Hindry preached administered at the i i That one of the best ways of fighting
several weeks here kindness and week Mr and Mrs D L Battle schoolhouse Monday night; -
after Merrill
and sympathy shown
son, spent respect : -
health, and from its looks when leavingno of whiskey, is by letting it alone.That : .
as guests of the Seminole left Mondayto one would think it had ever seen a we desire to express the sincere appreciation Creek, Mich; J A Lubben Brooklyn, N sacrament, also the rite baptism,
i rum kills tea
spend a couple of weeks at Daytona sick day. that only sad hearts can feel in the Y; Mr and Mrs J S Mernll, Milwaukee 1 in the afternoon. men to everyone {
killed by war
and a short time at St Augustine before -.a ---- hour of their bereavment. Wis; Chas L Kurtz,Philadelphia; Mr and L Hon. Jno. Woodcock gave an elegant ;

returning to their home in Milwaukee. A splendid violin fifteen years in use YJUTS most gratefully Mrs N B Price, Chicago; F Cecil LoxelU address at the schoolhouse Sunday eve.. That not many men want to. go to war.

They were very much delighted with in .first-class condition, can be boughtfor MRS. M. F. Pt-GS. Boston: Mrs E NDituick., Palm Beach; and at the close of the services organized That since Glenn Strolim's arm is well/.

this country, especially Mr. and Mrs : 2500. Instrument guaranteed.t I E. W. PCCH Miss Clara L Roys, Lyons N Y; R B a chapter of the Epworth League with a his girl says he is trying to make up.for

tVenishrimer, who brought their boy Address "Violin," care TROPICAL SUN. Ma. and MRS. T. I. Aaxou) Jones, Ljnnville, Tenn; HIV Simmons, membership seventeen.: lost time; .-




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ately, but Bob was at the fat man's elbpw ilvADiNG BUSINESS: FIRMS Subscribe for THE SUN THE
"No that isn't Jim. That'let &-
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me see his leg-yea, that's the lame

one:He hurt his off fore leg this morn- Whose Cards Appear In this Paper, w
4 ing. That's,only Joe. Classified Alphabetically. Chinese Laundry : PALM BEACH FLA.
OLK "Joe moaned the chorus, "only Joe.

Who's Joe?" Two doors.north of post otlice.

"He's my lame alligator, I tell you," T D Brown West ARCHITECT Palm Bench: WO KEE, Proprietor.

replied Bob bravely "I guess he got esBANKING BREAKFAST
OF A BOY. out of the box, too. fm afraid they : Shirts .__... ........? ,............... lOc
are all gone." DaJe County State B I don't see why it's 'ipected of boll "Holy Moses!" ejaculated the Jew, West Palm BeachBARBKRS Cbll&w_..............?......................2ic} ;

To be juat ts quiet as mice, I and a French maid crossed herself. 'S. cuss:..?". -,.. .........,,..._............?.& Private Dining,Parlors.
When Ledler'Shirt WakU '..._ _...._...15c
everything that's agrowin'Don't : ?
"My darling. gushed Niobe. folding S@ Orders Received for Dinner Parties of Any Number and at All I uurs. "3
sit still an' be sO purclse! her child in'the warm embrace of her Wm Schaudt \\eat Hum Ucach V
D Al Gcaunt-eau, West iuliu Beach nR. T-CLASS WORK JCAU.VXTEED. I'

/ The corn is'always a warin' large protect arms us." "we must pray to God to AlUu Cooper.,-west.Palm e.-Beach Banyan Street,WEST PALM BEACH. 4..p.'s'.g.> a..e . . .i :rte. .i@ .
At the oats across the i
I way; The time had come to take to one's BICYCLES: 3-1: :
And I know ,when.. I've.bin a- shln',' religion Guo S Adams West Palm Beach HOTEL HIBISCUS, Palm Beach.

-That the streams, sing all the day., "What's the matter?" cried Bob. "I 1 W R Mitchell, West palm BeachBOTTLING A :New Huts, an the MUU side if Lake Worth and very aeae the K.f al
Poinclana 3.50: .
'I ; per day and. upward L.U.C1LLKY.: Ma.ag.r.HOLLY
-'St _
-. Fact everything keeps a movln. tell you it isn't Jim." WORKS: FOR RENT I

An' a-malln 'lots'of noise,. "Hush. Bob!" whispered Bob's moth.er. C C.stell.uu.: MiamiBUILDING INN, Daytona

; o An' the birds sing Just'as plain like "Don't mention Jim. Can't you ,.- MANALAPAN COTTAGE, facing the beautiful Halifax River finest bicycle roatln In tit. Main .:JM
. .i see that It Infuriates the mob." I per day and upward. Y..L.CAbWELIMasager.
. "Come,have ,lots of, fun.llttleoborst- SUPPLIES: (12 KOOUIH FnrniMhed,at I
"They're little critters." said the
-) Chas Welsnaus, Jacksou C I THE BUCKINGHAM St.
An' even the little boy sunbeams porter "Get back into bed ladies." ,taco S Hacker & Son Charleston, S C. HYPOLUXO BEACH FLORIDA. Augustine. !
o fte Alcazar,Ponce u.Leon and Ca lau, and the date pal..; i
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Always dance! An' they never get They're only little things" called out CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS: Thin houMe iHX-npk-H the most unique location : day aud op \fM.F.KEJTXEV,Maug

scoldedOr upper six. "Don't mind them." Franklin Suceu, W .>Palm leach On lake Worth, Semi for booklet. 22HOTEL GEO. C. HOWE Proprietor. 4.
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4 put in the comer to cry. People gradually began to get back DENTISTS: Fronting both Ocean and take . . . . .- . . . .. . .$@.icr@@J
Into their perths. and Bob's mother J A Pugh, West aim beach in the mltlllt of the Largest Cocoaaot Grove
An' I don't see why it's 'spected of bn" crept into his with him to cheer him i>A Thuwa U1l. West Palm Beach lu the. Sea Unltwl BatbiDR.htatra.No tk-vnn FOR sad Climate Lake rlkbiiifc. L'nurpan -- -

,To be Just as quiet as mice. up, and to examine the sheets and coverlets L T Daniel, Cocua ed. Aypljr to
J 1 Located .. Beautiful Lake Wertb
When everything what's a-growln' to see that none of the alligator -...-
JOHN BROWN Agent. Opposite the "Rpyal Pclnrfan
t Don't sit still an' be so purcise! family was left. DRUGGISTS: .
ria. P ALM ElecUk lights ElrctUcto:< ,-Annella Gilmore.BOB'S "They have not caught Jim. anyway E H Dimick: West.Palm., Beach :>:a Hypoluxo .,.- Ij SERVICE
." whispered Bob.MMy! weren't DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING: fa.oo, |iio and Jjoo per sky.sprcul .
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they mad? I thought they would lynch Kate uy the w< West Palm Beach
: us. didn't you? Beach
West Palm
Mrs trank,
J Address "
"Hush Bob go to sleep. Carl Schrebuick West Palm Beach
Ii'- To many people the JIgglety-Jogglety, Jogglety, jlggiety-Jog went the train, Dave Singer,Jacksonville -- -- -
Jlgglety-Jog night is as soporific In its and sighs and screams gave way to ... LAtNC ;
A New
effect as counting imaginary sheep snores and dreams again. ,
About an hour later a little voice Wm A Bours& Co, Jacksonville..
> Jumping over imaginary fences or laYIng '
one's prayers backward. The called: "Look, mamma!" Bob's mother Little Bros, "---..-. palm Beach Cottage(
'through from New peered out from between the bed curtains -
York had kept up this music steadily : and there, coming down the aisle Biclstord BrUIt, Palm Beach RUBBER TREE P PITTS'ISLAND,

and rythmlcally for some hours. The of the car like a vitalized curio from a Wallace R Moses, West Palm BeachFISH

.. >(> occupants of the sleeper Oleomargarine Japaneses bazar was Jim. the alligator.His -.- Starting from he Ro\al Poinciana Dock. Will Open Dec. 15.

i. t t were presumably soothed to slumber, eyes glistened. His wet feet pad- I DEALERS:
dled slowly along the lamp light shoneon Reynolds & Hull, West Palm Beach
when a sharp, childish treble broke int' :
>' ': t, his black scaly back as alone in t:> to Miller & Cu, New York five TftinutesflalH from the Royal poinciana.
.:' opon the cadenced Jlgglety-Jogglety Cheseboru Bros New York For Rubber Tree 10 A.M; Returning,12 M.

Jlgglety.jog. It was a little boy's voice. stately majesty he made his way down Caleb Haley & Co, New York| For Flits' Maud,2 P. M.: Returning 5 I). M Rates $2.50 per Day Special Weekly Rates. '
t' "Mamma". it cried; "mamma Jim has the car aisle. So his ancestors moved ..-

i' beeped." by the 'banks of the Ganges centuries FOR SALE: Address PALM

Silence. "Mamma, do yon hear? Jim ago. Household and Camp Equipment; BEACH COTTAGE 1
As he Bob's berth Bob made Beach JAS. E. CHAMBERS,
has I passed a G W Jennings, West Palm
got away The big man upper
dab at him and breathed "Jim! Jim!" I -.- Palm Beach, Florida.
I No. 6 stopped snoring and blinked his OWNEIl.I .
but loud from six made FURNITURE:
r a cough upper I
; fat "Jim
t eyes. got awayWh >> w
the little boy and his mother both Geo H Maltby, Wet Palm Beach .
that? A vision of a thief danced before I -- -- --
D E mig Co Jacksonville
glance The fat regarding Cooper
man was
his waking consciousness. lie put his .. THE EARMflN HOUSEIs
>; hand hastily under his pillow 'and them. JIe wore a very savage look on GRAIN-AND-SEEDS: G. W. IDNER & SON .
his face; his finger was on his lips and for Winter
now TraveLBEST
clutched his watch. Ah, Jim had left Wm A Bours & Co, Jacksonville open
he was shaking his head menacingly at OF
that, at all events. James B Bours,Jacksonville ACCOY IODATIONS.-TA L1 BESTTHB MARKET AFFORDS.
Bob. So Jim the alligator went on Jewelers
-:Batfaa In
"Mamma, the voice began again,
his peaceful way. ARE: Rates Reasonable. Short Distance from the Depot.
don't wake
"why you up? Jim has-
i The porter saw him and'stood respectfully M E Gruber, West Palm Beach and Opticians.Souvenir i Address
"Sh'sh,Bob," came in a gentle feminine -. aside. Then the fat man be- ---,.' Mrs. S. E. EARMAN, WEST PALM BEACH.: FLA.

tone, "if we talk you know, well HOTELS:
gan to laugh and to shake and to laugh Spoons, Sea Shells,
t wake every one in the car,-and people Green Lawn Cottage, West Palm Beach
again, till the tears came. When they Curios, Novelties, Toys,
love to sleep when they're traveling at did he leaned over and whispered most Palm Beach Cottage, Palm Beach Lea her Goods, Boarding at Reasonable Bates:

:, night familiarly to Bob and his mother: The Boynton, Boynton Musical Goods and Strings,

1 A 'Let 'em schleeb, then," grunted a "I'm crying crocodile tears. Ha. ha, Tbe Seminoie Palms Hotel West West Palm Palm Beach Beach Fishing Tackle, MRS. JAS. McCANN is prepared: to accpmmodatc boarders at her ,
Hebrew from lower No. 7, Photos,
ha! The Earman House, West Palm Beach I Stationery.Ink well known boarding house on Clematis Ave., close to F E.C.Ry. depot. '
"You don't understand, mamma; it's "
"What's' the matter? called Niobe. The Beach Club Palm Beach
Jim; he's escaped." "Hush-sh-sh!" came from a dozen Hibiscus, Palm Beach NEWS DEPOT-DAILY PAPERS. CALL
"Hush, Bob go to sleep. You're berths simultaneously "Sh-sh!" Mrs .James McCann, West Palm Beach ON FOR RATES AND ROOMS.-- f.9-U

r dreaming. There tent any Jim. Who's "Where do Jim is The ,'ra\ ltls. Jacksonville 11
you suppose going Fine Watch
] Jewelry Repairin
Jim Al [
? u. ?" breathed Bob into his mother'sleft Fresco Jensen_ ..... -- GREEN LAWN COTTAGE.FirstClass -
-wny, Jinrs my great big alligator, ear ,-
i imt door North of Eulrauret
,_ mamma; the one who tried to bite me I J to SvlulBvle Hotel,
"Hush Bob! said his mother. We Idner & Son, West Palm Beach. -<)9 Accommodations for a limited number of Winter Visitors

;F, to-day. lie's got out of the box and shall know perhaps, in the morning" K. J. Riles, Ja klOuvllle! WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. desiring Large Airy Rooms Splendid Table Service Home Comfortand
gone to take a walk in the car, and I'm
But did
they never know. Gretu.eat & Crosby, Jacksonville Quiet. Rates Reasonable and according to
t afraid he can't find my berth again. -- ..-

There was a wild chorus of "Jim. To Lifts 1)00"8.111. 1Nat Mrtur. LAUNCHES; TO LET: MRS A. L. IIAUGH, PKOPEIETOK, West Palm Beach, Florida.

"Alligator! escaped," and a concert of An interesting trick U to lift a decanter Therella, West Palm Beach Clematis Avenue Y ..

;. screams. Presto! the scene changed! half filled with water by a bent LAU--

:- The quiet car aisle dimly lighted, hung straw. This would seem Impossible Store I
White West Palm Beach
Swan Supply ::
: with the somber flowing drapery we but it is not. The decanter should havea Wo Kce West Palm Beach NEW SEMINOLE HOTELOnly

i, American travelers know so well, was narrow neck and wide and rather 'S.
-West Palm Beach. Florida,
suddenly alive with people. Upper No. square "shoulder" part The straw LAWYERS:
6 tumbled on to the very nose of the which must be a good and whole one. W I Metcalf, West Palm Beach J.. D. MATHIS Fioprietor.

Hebrew:"" lower No, 7-and almost sat about two and one-half feet long or Frank W Pope,Jacksonville and ) Brick Hotel in Town.
bakery 6r.cerye.
astride it in his excitement two feet This is to be bent up- Alex St C1a1f.Ab.am.,Jacksonville
A.mother and child in the classic attitude wards one-third of its length, or V My Motto--Quick bale and Small Profit ,
and clinging drapery of Niobe 1Llnlxo J P Mendel, West Palm Beach Bakery Goods and THE SEMINOLE Has recently been completed built in the most substantial -
I and her youngest pcsed motionless with "
I : manner elegantly furnished; situated
terror. Further a bewildered Adonisof _e_ Family Groceries
'. on high ground fronting Lake Worth and commanding a magnificent, unobstructed -
a youth in pink pajamas slid from I MILLINERY:
i .. his berth. A fair, fat, forty creature I Mrs F L Moffatt, West Palm Beach .....My Specialty.Goods view each way and guests enjoy perpetual breezes from all directions.

was calling' in a pretty feminine way --.- delivered free to any part Cuisine and Service Strictly First-Class.
for some one to save her. Bob's mother MUSIC HOUSE: of the City or across the Lake.
Ludden & Bates'S M H, Jacksonville ill Orders Given Attention. Rates: =2 per day and up. Special Rates by the Week or Xonth.1lt7 .
in her peignor, plunged into Bob'sberth. I ... Prompt

t NOTARIES PUBLIC: Goods First-Class and Fresh. Highest GEORGE ZAPF Manager
1 "Oh, Bob Bob! not Jim! Don't say it W R Moses West Palm Beach prices paid for country produce. ,

Is Jim. !Ie's so iurce. Why couldn'tit Guy 1 Metcalf, West Palm BeachNURSERY Bur of me and I'will Have you money. -1-970
have been-one of the others." -1- _.
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"One of the others!" i
shrieked STOCK:
IT ) l P fin New house; best accommodations the
$ chorus again, changing positions. John B Beach, WtSt Palm Beach
"They're in the box, the others" saidBob's j H Wyhc, Interlachen THE BALTIMORE TAILORS. iiu All i FRE Mill I llll TEL I I East Coast; table first-class and every
,.. convenience and comfort; hot and cold
mother addressing the entire
: car, ""Don't be frightened good people, PHOTOGRAPHER: ABE SAFRANEK & SON, baths; modern improvements; in center of the famous pineapple section; close .

a V pray don't; and I roilly think Jim must ills DKCAXIIK. J B O'DonoghueVeht_ _Palm Beach MANAGERS OF to the Inlet; fish and oysters in abundance.

have gotten away. by this time, he enough to bring it under the "shoul- e TERMS MODERATE.J. e
crawls so fast." der" of the decanter. Doubled, it is PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS: The Three Friends .

"Crawls so fast! ob-h-h!" shrieked a pushed into the decanter and then it I R B Potter. West" Palm" Beach"

woman. spreads apart, leaving the long end out I I H C Hood ----- Tailoring Company.SUITS L. JENSEN, Proprietor..

F "Oh, porter, find him; find him!" side and the short one Inside. This end I PINEAPPLE PLANTS: JENSEN, BBEVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA-

screamed. two girls together; "find the is lifted carefully and as it is it displaces G C Matthams West Palm BeachRESTAURANTS tjSr Don't fail to at when
slop Jensen visiting the Indian Giver
alligator," and the black porter, aided the center of gravity which is ..- AND PANTS MADE TO ORDER. ,3-,6.97

j f by the more intrepid men, looks under brought directly under the point of suspension :

berths, opens traveling bags feels in It is well for the performer Schmid's Cafe, West Palm Beach

ladies' pockets and adds to the general to have two or three extra pieces of Will Melton, West Palm Beach Cleaning, Pressing ,and RepairingA THE TRAVELERS

pandemonium. straw, to be sure to find one without GRO
S ,
"Hush! there he Is!" cried fair fat crook or break. : Specialty.FIT
L W Burkhardt, West Palm BeachJ NEW MANAGEMENT, ---
forty, pointing upward. "'oulda'. Tell a Story.A F Oliver, Nest Palm BeachJ AND WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED
"Nonsense maim," says the fat boy once applied for a situation. D Maihis, West Palm Beach FELIX GARCIA, Prop. Jacksonville, Fla. s

man. "They don't go up; they go down. "We don't like lazy boys here," said Glen G. Strohm, West Palm Beach I .

s ., look in :your shoen. They always go: I the manager. "Are you fond of work?" -1- II I WEST PALM BEACH FLA.Whidden's Electric Lights: Electric Bells Baths, Complete Scif ice
!. for shoes, spiders and lizards, and SHIRT WAISTS:
"No sir, responded the
boy, lookingthe
Miss Crosby, Palm Beach The Best $2.00 Hotel
makes and crawly critters generally. other straight in the face. ,.- per day in Florida.

j The fat man was getting back into "Oh, you're not aren't you? Well we SHOE REPAIRING: Market Tale car at the union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Traveler vary,
upper six. "Jim can't get up here want a boy that is." W R Mitchell, West Palm Beach
i then he said, "can he?" ,
"There ain't any, said the boy dog- -I- -

a "Oh, yes; they climb" cried Ignorant gedly. I I STEAMBOATS AND MACHINERY: Is Prepared to Supplyyou

F ''i Bob cheerfully "Oh, yes, there are. We have had Merrill-Steveus Engineering Co, Chas. Welshans

;i "No, no, Bob," pleaded his mother. over half a dozen of that kind here this _JacksonvilleTAILORING with

V k "Oh. they climb," cried the chorus. morning to take the place we have." e ,

"Crawl and limb added the fair, "How do you know they are?" asked Abe Safranek & Son, West:Palm Beach Good Meats at Living Prices. -STATE AGENT FOR
fat and forty hysterically. the boy.

t "I have him!" called the Jew, ex- "They told me so." -1-TO RENT: Fresh Pork,

{ .. citedly. "Here he is," and he held up "So could L But I'm not a liar." Manalapan Cottage, HypoluxoTRANSPORTATION Beef & Martinez
at arm's length Hell'ee, struggling, And the lad said it with such an air of _e_ Longman Paints I .

straggling creature. convincing energy that he was engagedat LINES: Poultry

..."Throw. him out! throw him out!" once. W H Sanders West Palm Beach Eggs.

r, called the women.' "Throw him out! Whrre Boys Tell In School. Indian R.vcr: and Lake Worth Steamers Lime Brick, Shingles,

throw him out!" ranoed the men. In Burmese schools making the lads Ocean S S Co, Jacksonville
F E C Ry, Jacksonville Native Meats a specialty.
"He's found!"'shrieked Adonis into shout is the approved method of elementary i -1- Cement and Coal Tar.

? 'the left eye of the spinster's spectacles. instruction. The Burmese' VEGETABLE PACKERS AND SHIPPERS: Your Patronage Solicited

"He's found the alligator's found and I educationalists argue that so long as a J Warner & Co, MiamiI
he's nothing but a little bit of a thing." i boy is shouting his mind Is occupied. I 1 -:...- Market on Ranjau Street, Agent for Sickler's Peerless Cement Plaster.

"A little bit of a thing!" cried Boh I When he is silent he is certain to be WHOLESALE! GROCERS: U-12 WEST PALM BEACH.

Kitedly.; "Then it isn't Jim!" I| scheming misi'bief. Therefore the best Pope & h .... .., i iksonville 13 South Hogan St., Jacksonville, Florida. 10-21.83

'1 ;' "Oh) Bob," said his mother deiper- shouters are the best pupils.
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rf";:. ; 'GREAT ,NA VAL FIGHT the great numbers of runs constantly I JUST ODU-.
ti' ': -_,- '.' I In use V Many-shots and shells struck 000 J3RELSFORD :FRO$
: < :,. ;
the,ship, but did very little damage. .
f l ..: ,, FARRAGUT'S PASSING OF'T'HE BAT- We were exceedingly' fortunate I SCHMID'S CAFILMEAU

;; :.,." y TERIES'AT. PORT HUDSON.. Then a new difficulty, arose. The Real-Estate and Insurance
r -' Smote became so thick and hung so i OR LCKCHES SERVED A tA CAMS -

,',:.' _- '' n: 'Adventure 'of His fhlp lUrtford low ever the ship that the pilot could i 3
not see ahead, even from his post In II All! 'RGlrs.
'i. ,Fader .-- TerrlbU. Fire For Two flour.AImat I lass Oysters Stirn 19 at 11)) Palm Beach lorida.
.* ,the mizzpntop, where be had gone for ,
:. ii'- Agrmwd I'nder Com of the better Weekly Heal Ticket Sale.
a view, and from where he was on '
BattedA. fhrUUB frpectaete.Aiaong )
communicating with the, deck by
: /,< the exploits which stand ont f7"CCISIn AND SERVICE UP TO DATE
means of a speaking tube. The firing 6.191 -
:..'w' In strong effect from the four years' was instantly .stopped and It was C. H. SCHM1D rost-OOlce Halldin Njrih el 1'olnclaaa Hotel.
..'.'' : work,of the tederalnayy to tbe dvtt found to our horror that the current Proprietor
';., war one of the most picturesque as had turned the ship's bow toward the POTS OP; FLOWERS CHas Building,tlemttte Ave.
,. well as one of the most valuable in its 'east bank until we were almost FURNITURE.
'r.may s' twnlta vas the passing of the confederate aground under the batteries. The next WEST PALM BEACH. !

batteries Fort Hudson, in the ship the Richmond, was dangerouslynear Artificial Foie for BrishlenlBC Dark
Mississippi, \.o.iminii'l"amgut., and us too. I don't know"just how Corner<< of the BOOM. Household Sewing Haeoiiies,

hi(' subsequent patrol of the river near we.came {o running ashore; some Artificial flowers are fashionable this CALEB HALEY & CO. The Bert Machine Made, Llgbt,XOBalng. an*
r: above that point.' The admiral' own said that we touched bottom once, butI year and none !is core so than the pot Notoeles -
\ < opinion of the achievement was ,expressed know that the overhanging banks, of chrysanthemums which bloom so Wholesale Commission Dealers in
\i: << In, a letter which ,bewrote with their trees ana vines. loom gaily all winter in the front window. Sole Agent for the famous Wall Trunk Ydtl'9IIeI
home'soon after the event Re said:",ed up fearfully close in front of us. It These are not made out of paper as of ALL KINDS OF FISH. made to order A Complete .
"Mf-last dash past Port Hudson was : was a critical moment. Then we bad yore but out of silk tissue which Uae of
the best thing I ever did.except taking reason to be thankful for the gunboat comes for the purpose. It is well to Special Attention given to the sale ol FURNITURE
t New Orleans. Abundant testimony Albatross alongside/ us. Her engines buyone artiucial lower in order to Southern Fish. SPASISH MACKEREL
'- to the Importance of the step was also backed vigorously and finally succeeded make the others. A great deal of care POMPANO. Bum FISH, TaocTr SHEEP of all deeeripdon.at;Roak Boitooj Prk s.both 7.
. given at the time, both by Union In turnIng us around with our bead must bi put upon the stems, for these HEAD RED: SNAPPER; SHAD, etc. wholesale and RetaIL Baby Carriages front $8
officers, whom it assisted and by'the up the river again This happened just are tell-tale and will give away your up to|20. Go Carts Refrigerators,Ice Chests, ,
- confederates, large numbers of whom where the stream makes a sharp bend skill unless you make them artistically. CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED Etc.
..''. It put on exceedingly.ghort! rations. and the current is especially strong."A In building your chrysanthemumbush --
d ..';! : In the late winter and earl few minutes after we were well be careful that flowers of only PEOMPT BETCRXS.U We hare a consignment ot Oak Diners aDd
t;: 'c. of 1803, Farragut's fleet, was at New started again 4t was reported that Fulton Fish Market HEW TOIL Reed Rocker that will be sold very low. We
',' Orleans. It was well understood.that there was ,a ra.m. on ,the port bows! ,,handle the Fuuoas Cleveland and Rambler
the confederates on both banks of the This announcement usually without BICTCXES. _
f" Mississippi and throughout that neigh. foundation, of rams bearing down upon lr t yJf Subscribe for The sun. V
'-" borbood generally received the bulk of cs, was a continual bugbear while Especial attention given to oar Man Orders.
r."'". their supplies from Texas and through the fleet was in the river. It used to We Gnrantee Satkfaetiua both la goods sod ftl
r,.: Mexican ports and that most of these vex the admiral greatly because It Price* Call OB liSt or tend In jour orders to

..,. ,supplies were conveyed to the Mlssls8PPt tended to disturb the men unneces- Red Spanish and 15 and 17 Laura St..JACKSONVILLE, FLA. i ,
by the way of the great lied sarily. Reports of the rams allegedto ONLY. t8.0021
;. river and other smaller streams from be of terrible power were often PancyPINERIPLE, ..m\&* '- D. E. COOPER MTg Co.
:z:- '. : ,, the west. It was finally determined brought by the negroes who found
t- "" that Farragnt should take several ves- their way to the river banks. The ad-
r";", sets past the batteries of.Port: Hudson, miral often said that every one seemedto
a:'c': which was manned by a large confederate have the "ram fever and he wished New Store I New Goods Rock Mm PrieR ITj1O1VIASOj4 I
to(. : force and thereby cut olf the be could break it up. In this Instance,
', supplies upon which the southern however, no chances could be taken, Slips and SuckersFor
': ''J. troops depended. lie himself would and the order was given; to 'Call away & B OWfit
@ lead the expedition, on his flagship, the the boarders My father intended to 4i Sale,ol the Following Yarietiea vU
,;:". steam sloop-of-war Hartford. With have a hand in this fight ,him.self. If j. l c Abbaka, Porto Rico,
tf." ; him at this time*on a visit was his son there was to be any, and he seized his Smooth Cayenne, Dealers in Dry Goods, Shoes, Ladies' and Gentlemen's
it.- ";. Loyal then only a boy. It is InterestIng own cutlass and started forward. He ",
t- to hear a description of the action was at that time nearly C2 years old, Egyptian Queen, Furnishings and : :,
,as it was seen and participated in by but wonderfully active and energetic.This Ripley Queen, Golden Queen, r t
: the latter Mr. Farragut who was formerly ram rumor failed to-materalize 'ily White Antigue We bay for cash and sell for cash,so give lower priced than stores who give '1f 1

In me army, but resigned In however, like most of the others, and .- Pernambuco credit Our motto is, Quick sales and small profits,and BO dim :.,
l',; 1872. now lives In New York City and we went> ahead without hindrance. crimination, but sell to all at same price, goods are all t
: ', t said the other d.'lY"wbQn asked about We came to anchor above the bendin Enville. IHO-II. plainly marked figures.
i-' the passing of the batteries: the river,out of range oft be battl'ries. fruit Early Iron delivery thia Ptantatloahaving can be !l\ade. part been ooJl picked the )I

.:;..,., "I was only a youngster at the time, It was remarkable, considering that we last month. Apply to .
yon know, and in order that ,I might had been under fire over an hour, perhaps -
visit my father I had been assigned to nearly two hours, that we had C.C. MATTHAMS, Established 1875. i

I : ." a regular rating_on board the Hart only one man billed and two wounded.
,;. ford In the summer of 1802. I was a The spars and parts of the deck were Florida Pineapple Company William A. Bours & Co.
;-V ,kind of clerk and my duties were notheavy. pretty well splintered up from the ,
c &:,' <' c It was In March, 1SG3, that shell which bad struck them 5-21-97 West Palm. Beach, FlaI -
g.{:;', :- we moved up with f'ff'n'shlps from "As we waited in our safer position.,
/ ,'> ew Orleans to Baton Rouge and then In,great anxiety, for the other_ ships of Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers.
f--",:. still further up to a point a little,be- I whose fate we Knew nothing we saw I I ins I Dade state Bank ,
t" In the which
:t : low Port Hudson. Our vessels were a bright light sky. we
gd: .- the Hartford,Richmond, the Gen- could tell must come from a ship burning me color grow on a single stem and No. 6 EAST BAY Srtt>:aT. -a- JACXSONVIUS. Fix
Wl- -VV' esee,. the Monogahela, the Albatross. We did not know then which one remember that pink and white flowers, West Palm Beach, Florida. .
V" .the Klaeo and the Mississippi All but it was but we learned later from members ire not seen together. Ah must shade .
if, the last were equipped.:with both sail of its crew. who made their way toward the same color, although in Authorized Capital $100,000.Paid We handle only the Best and most Reliable Seedik A eotnpku Stock ef a
: : -f and steam screw steamers-but the to land and up to our position that It chrysanthemum a wide range is possible
'-4 Mississippi was a big, old-rashioned was the Mississippi. It had run hard going all the way from deep" red Up Capital. 15000. Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits
, -'' side-wheel steamboat such as were aground on toe shoal at the western to a bright pink. Flowers shading in
h\' used on the'river, Before attempting bank of the bend and it was found Im this manner are often seen growing OFFICERS: Meal Cotton Seed Meal, Both Bright and Dark.AT .
% the passage of the batteries the"officers posible to get her off. By that time apon one stalk.
::', and men were busy making the usual the confederates bad got the range "Set out** your chrysanthemum bush ,DIMICK, President. WHOLESALE
',-7 preparations for a fight These eon- much better and their well directed n the handsomest pot you can find and U. D,HENORICK80Nt-Preafdest.CEO. A
Jt VV slated in clearing away all superfluous shots cut it up badly. Its commander lust-it every day so that the leaves L. BRANNING, Cashier State Agents for Tygert-AIIen Fertilizer Co.

f;. spars, placing splinter nettings, etc. ordered It to be set on fire and man- will be ever-shiny. Star Brand Fertilisers uar utoed A. '** The Hartford had its lower yards arthwartships. aged to let most of his men ashore in Office Hours From g a.m. to a p.m. Bone Nitrate Soda,Maraca of l'ot..lI.'aphaU l'u&uH..ala.rte Urn f.tullzen -
? ,. resting on the hammock boats. The other vessels had met with Household Hints have no Superior U the Market and a trial will COBTiaef.
Sandier .t'rve
L ff f ,. .. ,nettings, and chain cables were swung various accidents to their machinery If you are nervous. you cannot eat Genefal Banting Busloess Transacted Catalogue II-"M
t V on each side from the extreme ends.. .or had run aground on the treacherous too much celery and lettuce. .
w-, Other ehain. were coiled vertically shoals, and our two the Hartford Never ask a patient what he wantsto *promptly remitted oa day of
-; f along the sides, especially in front of and the Albatross were thus the only eat. Ask the doctor, and then pre- receipt. Draft bought and sold on the principal --NAGCISSUS STREET.
,ey;, the boilers This was done on all the ones to pass the batteries. Of course pare it just as nicely as you know citleaol the United States. 4-29-97
< ;. ships. Every effect was always made two vessels could not do the same aow. tIt I-
v, '' to protect,the boilers and engines up- work for which the admiral had destined really does the finger ends of! the >ooooooooooooooooooooooooForsytes < THECORNER MY SPECIALTIES:
!*- .on which BO much depended. seven but it is a matter of record glove more harm than the buttonholesto

?. :i, .. -It' was a little after dark on. the that by.hovering around the Red river fasten the buttoned glove In a -
,Fi, r ,'evenlog: of March :23 when we got district they kept the enemy pretty hurry. Shirt Waistsand FANCY FAMILY GROCERIES
4 I;, tinder way from Profit's island. about short of supplies in that neighborhood. Perfumes are always fashionable, }
$r., -, V seven miles below Port Hudson. In "As for me. I had to go home whenwe Jut not all perfumes. Use the delicate a CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS

V, '- ', KJ capacity as signaler was allowed got up to.Vicksburg. My father cents discreetly and you are right In P. K, Skirts z FANCY TEAS AND COFFEES.:
k to give the signal for ,the fleet to 'get and some of the officers held a sort' of ityle.
: council of war: over me and the decision GROCERY FRESH FRUITS AND
sr, tinder way and follow the flagship In If yon perfume your sofa pillows -AT- e VEGETABLES
', that I bad better o to some .
\ was ;
echelon order. It IN
done SEASON.
(x: -' was by disS > use a very delicate perfume as the p
'r' playing a red lantern over the stern of safer place. So that was my hat naval heavy odors are doubly disagreeablewhen
: battle. I went to West Point later'and
the Hartford which led.
Answering confined in a close, warm
lights soon showed that the ships were became a member of the other branchof room. MISS CROSBY'S NEW STORE NEW GOODS COURTEOUS THEtfMEST
"' the service." Better absent yourself from a festivejccasion ,
z- ; ready. They proceeded by twos. a than to there with a long
,:""' rordlng to a plan which had been go
,; :.r .' found to work well elsewhere. Each When a hell Strike. face. And if jou go, dress in accordance will- Museum Building---Op. Prompt Free Delivery; on Both Sides of the Lake.
V examination of the bottom of the with, the surroundings you .
ifl : of the three sloops tae heavier vessels, An posite the Inn.
4 -; / bad a gunboat hished to its port side- Indiana in dry dock revealed an elon- lad there.

._t '..., the side opposite the enemey's bat. gated, trough-like dent, perhaps two The Romans used to crush the leaves J. F. OLIVER Proprietor.
\<" '. trrirs at Port Hudson. The advantage inches dl"t'p.in" the plates of the star: 3f the verbena in their palms and I -:
k.. : : of this order was that the stronger board bow, about four feet below the anoint themselves after a bath. The "
|';)," ships protected the weaker, and it was water line, made by a heavy shell falling ;perfume>> is said to be of benefit to the
if-. -- of great Value also to. have two sets of at the end of a curved trajectorythat brain worker. = BIeyeLEHOSPITAL.= ,
-v, engines to depend upon The Missis- had struck, glanced and burst .
l,'.. gippl as the odd one of the seven, came This shows how marvelously our ships Some of the Uae of Lemony POPE & McLAURINWHOUUtt ,
::, '. ; after the three pairs And behind itt' escaped injury, Very manifold are the uses of a -
.V.. V V : at a considerable distance, were a "When this shell struck it made us :mon. They relieve, it is said, Inuses .
V-" number of mortar boats guarded by all flinph." remarked an officer who of rheumatism. and_the juice: of Fruits and
;: : the Ironclad Essex. It was not intended wilsthere, dropping his shoulders and salt a one in a cupiuu 01 unsweetened Produce
General Repair Work...
t:.' that these should pass Port cocking his knees" and shrinking into slack coffee, if taken at the commencement ,
will often remove a sick head- Enamelling a Specialty
f" Iludson"thelrurpose to
'r engage as small a space as his bulk alowed in
J.'s the shore batteries and divert the fire illustration of what be meant "Every. iche Vine white sugar mixed thickly Commission Merchants.
gr' from ul,as much as possible while we did with lemon juice is good for a relaxed
body instinctively, irresistibly
, :---" were passing. turned their heads away and lifted throat x>ugh., For and the also latter for it taking mayalso away be High Grade Wheels For Sale and To Rent Fancy Grades of BUTTER AND OHEESE.We .
t; ; "It was a warm damp night, without their right elbow as if to ward off a
k V a breath of air stirring. We moved blow with a 'Iub-and there was a second nixed ana with equal quantities orglyc'r. Solicit Your Business.

t--;. : up and slowly the water against in the the river" strong was'('u so rent low or and two the of awful waiting seemed" ,to while still the all ;ine art suffering brandy.from If uniralgic rubbed over pam!any>, a COrtPLETE LINE OF SUNDRIES. We only solicit tbe business of Merchant and Will Not all ordcre from Cnunmendle,

ii:iz that the ship's bottomthe Hartford the roar rest of the scream battle roar and come lemon is said to afford relief; and it should buy from their home dealers Matta
whitens and softens chapped hands.
";actwally straight to the ear, Then followed an The rind placed in a water jug imparts GEO. S. ADAMS

r.-: bed. ,We were In danger of grounding immeasureable roar-a shocking, benumbing i tonifying effect! that is very beueJciaL ...................*...................*............ I
: blinding explosion-and a .
at almost time and if it had PROPRIETOR. --
any not
;; been for our pilot old Carrell, who prodigious fountain of water burst up Appetite that is failing may be GRAIN HflYFLOUR !
beside the bow and deluged the forward WEST PALM BEACH. :
,. knew every Inch of that part of the roused by the juice of half a lemon ,
;?;:; river thoroughly, we should very likely deck while the ponderous ship being taken in a tumbler of warm : GRITS, MEAL. COTTON SEED MEAL AND. .
.. tearing its way through the water with !
have done '0. The admiral always water. It is also good to be given in
weight and momentum, seemed : POULTY SUPPLIES. ALSO NEW-..
r.V ;V placed great .corndcnce In Carrel and g'.gantic the case of worms; and rubbed on West E. H.DUnC ;
stuck to him persistently when some of to stop suddenly and was jarred :;urns will help to make them disappear Proprietor.
>at.4' rV the officers protested against his be- from stem to stern as if she had run ; if, of course whatever first GARDEN SEED i
walL"The {
I against a stone them surh ill Palm
setting fault of drunkenness The admiral Drought on. as tight or
i' knew that as long as Carrel was vessel was promptly examined made footgear be discarded. Those w
but everything below was found tight : ARRIVING FRESH ALL THE TIME. f
: sober he bad no superior and probably who suffer from cbiliblains are advised Beach
;';: no equal among the Mississippi pilots. and dry to try the same simple remedy. .. LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH. WRITE for QUOTATIONS '
.f "As tbe ship! steamed on my father Stains on ivory can be removed by .
;" .'V VV walked up and down the po p,.witching Pudding From Cement. .ts use, as also slots of iron on white Drug I B. BOURS
L,:' for the first sign of the enemy's Some time ago, writes a volunteer, I materials; and finally, half a lemon' Jatlsoirille, Ma .
a week with a garrison in which has been well if .
a squeezed
m: guns. I remember his stopping once to spent Store.and '
r! ,. tell me the best way of stanching af1lC south coast fort On the last day the Tabbed on brasses cleans and brightus .aATTENTION j
V wound or using a tourniquet, if I sergeants sat down to an exceptionally ? them most satisfactorily,
., should be hurt 1 he men were at the tne dinner, the crowning glory of Royal Poinciana Pharmacy 1-
guns. and every officer was on the alert which was a large plum pudding. I T. Hans Portiere MERCHANTS! 1 '
.. at their> 'post. At last fires ht-gan to bad made the pudding two days before Portiers shold be on rings and move
gleam along the banks and rockets: kad it boiled and now. reheated it jasily and quickly over ihe pole, the J
were sent up. Having located us as made its appearance amid the welcome arrangement of the cords that craw -DEA.LER81 THE MIAMI BOTTLING WORKS

well as th y. could,_the confederates shouts of my brother warriors; and I -.t'm aside instantaneously being pre- - -
felt bit of it for I 'Jerred. Their design should be simple,
naturally' a proud
if began firing rroin.a battery a little in ,
,:V.': ; front of us so that: our broadsides hadn't been" a ship's cook for nothing. lOUd colors of a neutral tint being tie Drugs Toilet Articles Is prepared tc deliver to all reipouible pirtlei

fi' could reply, the Hartford's guns "did "Seems mighty hard," remarked the :Lost acceptable. They should not BOTTLED SODA POP GINGER ALE etc. 4
flood work, She Carried pahlgrn; t1":1" >- sergeant major, as he vainly tried to Hang in a doorway where the doors ,
Inch gwtw eleven on a aid The fires stick his fork into it "Hav you boiled are open and set back. They sometimes Fine Stationery and Patrtaagt of Dade County Uerchaits Solicited sad Satikfictka G.u.suta.-
.. of the batteries on shore were our targets us a cannon ball, Browne?" cover acceptably a door that
and the men blazed away at them "Or the regimental football?" asked must be closed but otherwise they C. CASTELLAXO. Prop. MIAMI. FLA.
-'", vigorously. Far from needing to be i I another. replace a door that is removed. Their Druggist Sundries. II-24-tf
:i.,', ; urged on, tbe gunners had to be re- "When did you get the flour from?' : :exture, while thick, should be soft and -
,strained and many of the admiral's Sergeant Smith. pliable, banging in easy folds.
<, orders at this were given to questioned Prescriptions Carefully Compounded .
stop tooI "
from? I retorted. "From
"Where The Mikado'* l>>eeree. NOW IS THE TIME -
:r rapid firing East Coast Business Solicited.
wild magnificient store Xo. 5, of course. The Mikado of Japan has recently
"It was a scene,
.. aa the action grew hotter. The numerous 'The deuce you did? roared the quartermaster issued a decree permitting Japanese WEST PALM BEACH. 6-10-1)6. To Plant Citrus and other Fruit Trees. Before making your order.

I bonfires on the shore lighted up sergeant "Then, hang you.rou'Te women to live a single life if they so write for prices to the Interlachen Nurseries. Catalogue free.
.-:, brilliantly with bane and yellow,flames. made the pudding with Port- ieslre. Heretofore if they remained

:The shells tbro"by'the mortar-boats land cement"And jnmarried after a certain age the law Address j. W. WYLIF: Interlachen Fla.
,. V VV in our rear were whizzing like meteors so it proved. That pudding is :ook the matter in baud aud husbands Ser d TO? 5ui Your Job Work \ ,
; \t: There was a continual roar from now preserved in the battery museum. were found for then


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.; THE l TROPICAL SUN.Hoaw .1 -T/SETOUTHOF(} IT. : !'!! 'i'@ t tI MIERORUBER: D ell HARDWARE '

: Paper nf Oade Colint .Honda, : rn lI Ihed.itfufitu first puhlioaof :z THEY SAY ,

fll1U\\.llM'oune\ (i) @ S
hbi has
-_; >1BOMCAL MJS PUBUSHIKG COIIPAXT. pa per \! !X! m '!(!W @ CROCKERY and

: GUY L. HKTCAUKonoa.. of tit II ling tltc conditions of the territory ./-i'
That self-made wants all.
)47 rUBUIHCO whidiit hats worki-d,as fairly, every ,' -
EVERY THURSDAY, 'the credit for the job.. FURNITURE.All
> irupurtmllr! nnd truthfully the information is- .

q. : SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $:.00 A YEAR w"could nmn would pi r- Thzt a properly_coked steak .is a Very ,, .
Entered lit. UK .:-...oIIicc of West- falm: Leach mit ns. rare occurence. Kinds of Boat C ods.

_i as Mcond clan niallcr..THURSDAY It was because of this policy, and That "de mortuis nil nisi honntn." -*; Stares,Tiawtre,Doors,Sub tail Blisd .

UAR.Cln. 1890.urCl ot the"belief that in the long ran tbe That Chhago Board of Trade and New S \.: 'k Ail Kinds Fishing Tackle and Sporting 3ool

-_ country wlm hurt by stating I the York Stock Exchange members wear Gasoline Stoves. Blue Flame Kerosene Oil Starts 5

the same sign, mutton chop! whiskers. i1auware Limp and Lanterns. Harrison Bros.'Ready Mixed PiinU- 04*' '
? BE WELL KOE TAX PAVEbi.iw xsict truth us to disasters, than by --
lIrJlatl Order Given Prompt Attention. U-H97
:- to kip ,watchof, tile 'legal nntiofl Jitttuijtin mid st.te-.hl11limize oriuisrtp' That all self-made men wear chin '5

: tolniMw of tli'rt pjsjifr from week )'es lIt, that we si a ted l two whiskers for their sign. ,

;-: to w..k 1I the County official freiiiiHirlHtit wcvk ago that on I.ake'nitii the That some men court five years and HOTEL RBIVALS. x VALENTINE; Prt->oitWDt. C II.VALENTIXE.TreawtT.

,-- qUPIlt1.y\lu'\ | notice* It' tlli'l1l1olllt flab4Ml I the :mo( mark iptnV five (hays after the wedding. .. "

j- i_ tax-pnyer; *'that; denerve imire tliiiu ami .that. nnii-h Iaimiagu was done. That VV. F. Armstrong. is willing As Shown This Week By The Registers VALENTINE PRODUCE CO.

to act the Geouje Wa&hingiou if he can <+ ,
thought.'This 'WtI'kUt'n At IIP NI me time we in outside -
passing y gave only find the rich widow. Of Our Leading Houses. ESTABLISHED 1870. [INCORPORATED.]

tiop in called! to the notice of the estimate: of the actual damage
That it is called the hyenal alter now
N. Y.
: Co.i,rtty Tax Collector in another columri ilone td various crops, as nearly an THE PALMS. Washington Street,
as snarling so soon follows.
on this page.. could be ascertained at: that time. E R Hincke, H W Hincke. St Louis; .

j In putting fifty percent: as an outside That every donkey thinks. its own IE Keeler,Boaldei, Col; Chas E Hallen- Refers by'permission to I

1.** of loss of the voice is the sweetest. beck, vr'fe and mother Chicago; F L
-- proportion vegetablecrop Irving National Bank, New York. /
ia : That those who are the salt of hearth Cowan,.:New Haven, Conn; W A Wood. )
TWlilIUtON the:golden opportunity -! between Jupiter and New Riverwe S First National Bank. St. Augustine, Fla.
know enough to come iu out of the all, wife and child, Miss Woodall, Atlanta -
lor Dada Cmmly truckers i find it was liberal-too. Hb-ra' in Bank of Bay Biscayne Miami Via.Bradstreet's .
wet. ; Mrs G II Woodall and nurse, New
; theyibnt grasp the opportunity. fact. for now that a correct collationof and Don's Agencies. -' -
That women go shopping to see if Smyrna, Fla; Miss Wetstine, Louisville,
'-. With atotal destruction of the early data is at hand we find that T Preston, Orange N J G II Mer.
they can't find something they want. Ky; J ;
Commission Merchants i in Fruits! I Produce.
;- vegetable crop north of ns our gi ow- twenty-five per rent i is as tear art *?x. vil and wife. Cincinnati: Mr and Mrs S
That the to be
cheapest thing seen
: era csnget a crop into Northern and proportion, of the loss to truckers Brown, Jr Miami, Fla; Wm II Oiendorff
at is the hus
a bargain counter waiting
r- Eastern markets at lens) three week in that territory can computed band. .5, Canton, 111 J M Woodruff, Salem. Ohio; Represented by GEO, S. ADAMS,

ahead of the most favored point. A truthful statement of the tern Miss Grace Elliott Cleveland, Ohio; Mrs -
That to kiss a married woman is to WEST PALM BEACH FLA.
north: ()f Florida, to say nothing of perature record does not hurt especially kiss amiss C Thomas, Louisville, Ky;JII White, ,

: ; Brooklyn, N Y; C R Gailliard. Str St SeIwstian .
the small plants untouched by the when the results eh<.w that the
That to kiss a single lady is also to ; Mrs G Widmayer, New York; !
t : cold and maturing aa fast as Nature actual damage i is very light, as compared .! PROFESSIONAL CARDS. LEGAL NOTICES.
kiss miss.
a II M Sullivan, Washington. D C; J P
and culture can force them. with the territory both above
That there is nothing left for you to do Overbacker. Louisville, Ky Geo C Millard -

: ... and billow us. We do not believe but to take the widows. and wife.Peoria, fit; Geo H Thompson lv I. SIETCALP, NOTICE TO NON-REfiuENTS._

that it"does any community real That Judge Keyset is a good band to and wife, Pitl burg; G R Pitzer,Jack- J

CONGRESS FAILED TO PASS the bill good to'crow"o\er its immunity or tie true lexer's: knots. sou\illeArthur Duverkl,Menden,Conn; ATTORNEY. AT. LAW. In Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Cir- It ItAIR'

framed to eliminate the railroad escape from dire results that have Frank Gautier. Jacksonville ; Harry NOTARY PUBLIC.Will mil of Florida and for Dade County.In ,
business in this That you cat neither get an idea in practice in County,Stale asa Federal
ticket brokerage Wheeler Chancery.ECOESB .
: affected neighboring: communi'ies in CiHicoid. Mass; Ed W Sproesen :
of men's
or some Courts.LAND
,( country, and it- h to be hoped that the same section, a cae. of hih we and wife, Reading, Pa. CASES A SPECIALTY. : H. DIHKK
That no man drinks like a fish-fish Office in TROPICAL Srs Block
i< the effort will ever fail ,when it i* mind when the West vs. 1
have .distinctly! in drink but SEMINOLE HOTEL., Palm iteach. Dade County. tlort<.la.
: nothing water. S. USTOX IDA U.I .
t} made. There should be such legi&la l Lake Worth resnon was' hard, hit a -. '. .. . A W Merriam. Boston: E H Seneff and JV.pn. \Vrntevtu....., VWlUJAU .. ForerloTOnt!
tion would set the Hue between ;:> That you cantoot tell what is going to W. POPE : ;; I 01 Kurt rap.
as few years go, nor, on the other wife, Chicago ; Mrs Moorehouse and TjiUANK NELLIE: C. r
turn up'nor who is going to be turned
pitLnHti'\ and unlawful methods in hand do we believe it now becomes a daughter, Mr and Mrs A J Mitchell Lou BL&CKMEB and CBIBLES
I handling tickets, but to. eliuiate the neighboririgheetiontosendoutbtatenients ise Mitchell Danville, Ill; Mr and Mrs j

::*' business iUielt U to put the traveling facts That Boston is the Bean City and W J Lynch, Cincinnati; I, B Jordon. Gil. Ill East Bay Street It appearing from the affidavit of Robt.B.
unsupported by or results I
Philadelphia the Has Been one. : 2-5-98 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
at the of the bert Leach, iew Orleans; Rev Jas PMoore I Taylor solicitor for complainant In the
public more mercy of the prevailing temperatur never' I above-entitled eaaae,that WUilam 8. Unto
That Chauncy M. Depew shirks Fla W C Rawlinson
Tampa, ; ,
: i.1; transportation Hues than ever. records or of the results of the late LLEX St. CLAIR-ABRAMS, and Ida M.LJoton are over the age of tWfllt,.
from the of
S duty talking; Ankona Fla; J H Clohecy, Jensen, ETa
11 the Illinois courts last wePk.4I'j. disaster. one (21) yean; that they are uon.re.ldeataot
That there are others but they are not R H Bond, Baltimore; F S Morse!, Mi. Attorney at LawJACKSONVILLE the State of Florida and are row reUdeaU of
In thecity of Chicago, Judgf Gibbon* this the Let's
Touching ou subject Depews. ami, Fla; W A acWilliams, St Augustine the city of Saginaw,State of Michigan; that

'-! decided that. a railway ticket, when burg Commercial says in its issue i pr ; M R Johns, Stuart, Fla; E A Peters FLA. Charles H. Hayden In over the age of twenty-
: last week That Uncle Sam will take account of Practice in all the Circuit Court, State and one (21)) yean a non-reoldent of the Bute fFlorida
: becomes :
purchased, personal properly stock again next and wife Chicago; J II Culver and fami. Federal. ,and that bb residence b Bnkaowa to

and being such it may be legally ,, Miami, having sworn that the year. ly. Decatur, Ill; William Knoblow, Jer. 12-2SJ-08. alii anti and that there hi no perIOD In the

i.; : re-sold. This is in line with fiuu- horse was eighteen feet high, That competition is left free its law sey City; S W Etdred and fam'ly,Thorndsville State of Florida tbe Krrice of iubpctna opo
shows a disposition to stick to will prevail whom wooldblnd suck defendants,orelt1ler
; IT C. 11001) 31. D
lar'decisions. in other State it. But we note that she has Ill; Walter S Graham, Miami of them.It .
bk.; .i That monopolies are always organizedto Fla A W Buie F E C G W Mullen "
t taken off a foot AntI now admits ; Ry; PHYSICIAN AND SUSGtON. ia therefore ordered tbat tb aaU defendants

: that her I thermometer during the do away with competition. and wife J Q Haines and wife, Owens- do appear to answer the bID ot complaint

; : THE QUESTION OF COMPULSORY EDUcation blizzard last week, registered as That no usury law was ever worth the boro,.Ky; P II Estes Richmond, Va; N Office and Residence near Royal Polnriana in tile abore-entltled cause apoa tb

. -- instead of 41 time it took 'it. M Uri. Louisville L Vim Hotel. PALM BEACH. 13-1-98 FIRST MONDAY: IX APRIL A.D. 1899. -
: promise' to he an interesting low as 31 d'greef to pass Ky; J Murphy,.

L as! at first given out. Dnt some That a self made man is not always a II OrendotfT. Canton, Ill; CV Canin, the game being the third day ot laid montb.
V one before the next Legislature HOwell tlegramasreceived iu this w. ruoii, M. D., at the office of tbe clerk of said court,la Jane
private Fla
well made one. Jupiter, ; John Peters, Baltimore; al! E.
as that of a H}' tem of uniformity from Miami placed the Dade County, Florida.
County That the French horse J Speakman, Henry C Baldwin, West. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. It is farther ordered that this order GI psbilcatioa
books. Both always serve
in text are impor. nature there wits as low as
tempt hester Pa; Luther Paul, Boston;,!J Mc. be published la TBE TmonriL St%ft
2S. however Miami is till on steak a: la cart. Office in rear ot Dlmlek'a Drug f-tore.
: : tant. On tho subject of compulsory Call, Jasper, Fla; J M H Roche, Lexing.ton Rebidence-Wetit Side ot Olive Street, 3 Dool'IISouth newpaper published at West Palm Beach,
:: education Dade'n County &houl the East Const,, as Lrtburg i* That William R:was Spain's unlucky of Clematis Avenue. Dade ConntyFlorida, once a week for tuar
Ky Dr P P Parrish, Havana, Cuba
still i iu the 0 ra III:** belt. ; 3-2tf 96 WEST PALM BEACH FLA. consecutive week
. Sti B..ard ban very Visely instructed the : -ay.That \V D McYetty, J A Thomas Fred John.son Done and ordered at June Dade Coaaty,

i- Superintendent of I'ubli [lIstrnctillD, AS AN EDUC.\TUUhl POINT. if you only give her time, a Cleveland, Ohio; W N Hull, Brook. n B. POtTER M. D., Florida, thU February 20th,1899.

at the meeting of County Sajierintendents woman will always contradict herself. lyn, N Y; Mrs C Lockwood, Yonkers, N IL. A. F. QC1UBY.
has Clerk Circuit, Coort.a .
and TUEtrN
c to be held at Tallahassee. Time again urged That the French are the happiest Y; Mrs E M Fay, Chicago; A R Miller, S-23-93 PALM BEAC} FLA

to favor the drafting and in trod ue- the peoj-'le\ of this community to take people in the world. Louisville: Ky; A Pitcairn, Misses C andF

tion of such, a measure. This i in inline hold of the opportunity that tu> forcibly That an enterprising. Florida paper.. Pitcairn, Pittsburg, Pa; F W Mime and rut. j. A. PUGU.. 'Ta'ipprn ".-Tn", vvarirsra

:I of what THE Sl'X believes to be |1II'PI"I'uttJ itself, to make of \\ est told its readers how to- make a snow wife, Mrs Edward V Doyle Newark N J JJ I U V 1JI &u g &1J5, a 12.

If' .I Palm Ueach a town noted for its educational plow F; Miss Jordan and nieces Milton, Pa; L DENTIST.
i interest. If or In .
: public parents guardians Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Circuit'q'Florida
I facilities. a Elmendorf and wife, Kingston, N Y; Graduate of Vanderbilt University.
:1: heedless ot the welfare That every true woman wants to be a in and *
are so for .
: i' Teeth Extracted Without Pain. DadeCmttty.In
The and of towns Mrs II S Eddy Yreka, Cal; Miss Saunders
press people mother. Every Operation Guaranteed.
ol their children or ward as to fail discussed Iowa City, Iowa; Chas Davies, I R Lowest l'ricea On All WortI Chancery.
have it. all that
I: to sen4 them to school, they should : agree That a porter's income is generally 7-2-9S WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA .
& B B N Co; Mr and Mrs Jack Hiltingin, I STKPHE.X: \ BK.&,0. J. F.
his has the natural advan- .
be compelled to do so or be made to place greater than a repcrt r's. Boston; Mrs J II Sowers Cleveland, I llOl'DandPETUC...... I

I }S offer adequate penalty. ages fur such future and needs but That many rich men are stingy but Ohio; Mrs J 0 Sowers. Columbus, Ohio; D A. TIIOMASON, D. D. 8. ROLL.

.: the concerted action of a few Milling.nteiPbted fear stingy: men are rich. Dr G Hessert, J J Kehoe: Chicago; C R WILLUM S. n.LLVTOS. IDA M. L,'orerIOiareUSTOY.

S persons to accomplish the That Herndon's messenger boy will Gailliard, Capt Houston, Str St Sebastian Office: Corner Clematis Ave. and Olive SL, W. SRKX W. of Mortgaz
Ilt tIire.ll'nd. WEST PALM BBACH. FLA.
: never become a fast young man. ; John Houston, Eau Gallic, Via; All kinds of modern ilentistrv known to the

W'i ddtriige orange trees iu the In the current i issue of the Sunny That any place without women would John Meyers, Str Della; B K Hunt, West profession. Oold crown and*bridge-work a BLACKMEB IL nUDU.and Ca4aLu J
Teeth extracted without
,-;: t orangt* belt north of tw ba. broujilit : Land, of Miami, Editor Gardner seem like heaven to some n.ea. Jupiter, F la; W H G Scott L G I.eBour.veauJacksonvitteC MLa1tY. .
Office Hours: 9 to u a. m.and I to 4 p. m. It appearing from the affidavit oIl >bL B. .
establishment of
thinks that tht a Kirchner.Ft
< ;' t.he'go'ers down to the Unl-rock Dodge, $
That any place without men would be 10-21-9 Taylor, solicitor for the romplalnaaU In the "
institution i is the thin Iowa; A McCormicit, Morton, Minn; G
conaiderdUoQ t of actual prnrtiral Chiutaiiqra :
i: S l ; hell fcr come women. aboxe- ntltleJ cause, thaI William 8. Unum t'

.. "c. protection tti.lt can furnished at u to W 11e: it't"i. Piscuhhing the subject That ilLrisk his life fora A Worley, Miami, Fla; C Carpenter, Key F DANIEL, and Ida M. LInton are over the age of twea-
a man w
many West Mrs Geo Hafer MM Sheldon
be says: ; Ralph LA. ty-one (21) yean: tbattbeyarenoa-reeidents f
with the
:;T : coat couiuiensurHte eroo re star. Cincinnati Miss M A Thayer II E of the State of Florida. and are now m4deiU 'i'
:t turns. of the city of Saginaw.State of Ukblgaa
r should beoneoo the Ijner East That worry will kill as sure. as Raynor, Charleston Va ; J Silber, ;
i well known the that Charles H. b the of
Hayden over
h" {: A gentleman on COCOA, INDIAN RIVER FJ..ORIIJA.i.25.SS age
CiMtft. Nature and mitt have whiskey. J,icksonville; Mr and Mrs J E Bates. New hnnt1- ue (21)yean, a non-nwklvBt of tile

? coa,\t and alluvtr. th vutinent, W. t beautified a particular spot on That without a Christ there would ben York City; J E Towssend and wife, Groton State of Florida, and that hi*ni&ace b ...

; H. -Farland, manager of the F'm- this coast for its location. That "Christmas. S D; G W Lockard, Kansas City; W ALLACE U. MOSES, know to affiant. and that there b BO penoala

t- paughn &: Sell Bros' cirrus, tiding spot is .\\'f'l>t Palm Beach. Thereare Chas Keller, Rosa Keller Springfield, the State of Florida theervieeotssbpoea
enough home people combmcd That true,religion always goes as far Successor to A. W. Robert upon whom would bind Such defendants, or
: to have n practical apparatm for down Ohio; A B Mealio. F J Burke, Mrs Paul REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, either of them.It .
; with the regular: winter as your pocketbook. e
'i the protection of trees, and Much i iLUt is H Marx, Jacksonville. Agent for Went Balm Beach Tow n Lots, also is therefore ordered that the said defe"" .
; residents make the scheme
to Teat
a you always miss the noise West Palm Beach W*te,Works.NOTARY I ants do aDDtartoan..eI' thebOl, of, mmntalat___
{ T faith in invention that h: purpoae9 grand success. Take iuto coiisid- PUB n-r 1
to when the woman keeps still. III the ab ;_IIt1t1ed cause npoa tile
;ir form to insure eration th insl ruction and Clfinatis Avenue, near tJOfe Street. .J
p-- to a company pleasure -2I9IVesl l' **eh, Florida. FIRST MONDAY
or, result it would afford both those directly That a small American army contains i\\JOilCK 10 NON-RESIDENTS._ .lm. { IN APRIL A. D.lf\99. 1

; interested und VIMU. a great deal of fight. the game being the third day ol aid moatb.at .
i Florida Aprricultnrist many the office of
The epeakc thecferk of Bald
: tOUrtIaJIDUaDade
ors, it would approach the sublime That the certainty of punishment is In Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Cir. I. METCALF,. County, Florida.It ,

of the matter as follows: The people of the Lake the greatest preventitive of crime. cuit of Florida,in and for Dade County.In GUY .* farther ordered that this order(it pab-

: Mr W. H. McFarland. who paid have ever enjoyed the reputationfor That men's Chancery. NOTARY PUBLIC ; f licatlon be published jn THE TBOPKAL sex. a

J";; .. our office a visit yesterday, says be educational and social refine some ability pains them. For the State of Florida at Large. newspaper pub bbed at West Palm Beach

baa an apparatus for the protection mentwhich: i is but another strong That you do not always do people FRANKLIN SHEEN.VILLUM 1"iI. Deed*, Mortgages. Leases and Contracts Dade Coanty. Fbi Ida, once a week tor loot
"\:-, of orange trees against freezes says reason. why there should be u good by pleasing them. I Drafted.Conveyancing consecutive week.
\ S. la\To\
: IDA M. a Specialty.All
; the Titus'ilted iocate. He hast Done and
at Juno Dade
Lake Worth Chautiuqna. It Forecl.sureBLIIK'IEU Work Guaranteed Legally Correct County,
it tests before several That even poverty is no sure cure for LlNTOX.VA8BE> W.
given practical \\'on1t111P able to interest and 01 Mortgage Office in TROPICAL fei:> Block, Florida this February lOtb, 1899.
oi -
-- leading men of the State and has > laziness. NELLIE C. t Wt'6t Palm Beach, Dade County, FKrlda. A. F. QCISIBY.
proven that with the apparatus he tain the most no'ed scholars, BLA\'IDIER an.i1J.1I..vDEL ('a\ULn Clerk
J f use* and the heat generating chew educators and lecturers; it would i That head and heart fuinish the cap : J Court. r ;;;

teals be has discovered that he can attract (permanently a large lass ital but will acts as manager. LEGAL NOTICES.
It appearing from the atfi'laut ot RoU. K. .
: keep an orange tree at a temperature of the very best people, not now
of when it is down Taylor goliritor for cOU1\>lainaut in the I
degrees SALE.
34 comin The (prestige: of such an S1ERIiPos
aboxe-fiit.tkul: caune, that William S. Liutou _
to 18 degrees on the outside of his
institution alJizesJ by the Notice to the Stockholdersof and Ida M Lintou are over the age of twen- NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS.
I -: protection.The practical part of his invention home jieople would add to the t-one ((21)) years;; that they are non-reM
; il this : The weight of his invention rood reputation placeand! peo the of the State ot Honda and are now "", i.lt'nt* and All any emiuirlex buxineM an to pertaining taxes,checks thereto for should name execution issued out of the Circuit Court of Dad

: is only fourteen pounds, for averaged pit>. Think of it. Act I Florida East Coast.Telephone Co of the city of Saginaw, State of Michigan; lie directed to me at Juno, Fla. Tax-pa\er I County. Florida In proceeding therein had 0
S ized three : I that (.harl.... II. liaydnn. U over the age of Hhould scud ileiunptlnns or property whenmaking wherein Frank W. Hall Is plaiatiif and Josiah
trees; men or boys i ant (Ian it l lte that the citizens thus 5-..
: : in three minutes place the protec. twent '-<)JIl' (fl) j ears, a Don-rtuldent ot the : enquiries. The books J.tloeeApril ANTHoNY,1st.HENRT biierman ]f defendant,I Mill, on the

: :- tion over a tree; in ten minutes can community are determined to sleep I Under fie laws of Florida, tefore the I state of Floiidat and that hi* residence 1 is uu- <5-2-4w Tax Collector Dade Connty.TQTICE 6th Day of Harch, A. D. 1899
the on the that others I known to alii ant; that there 1$ uu person In
tree 10 degrees higher opportunity see
give organization l>e completed, there the same being the first U
Monday the
the State of florida then-nice of subpoena month,
than outside in half t i
temperature ; awaits5us ? Or are we tnjdt with must be cent of the and a legal sale day, between the bo"
ten Mud
an hour 17 degrees, and keep it per capital stock I upon whom would, such deieudautu,or in ot U
: there all night ; the amount of fuel folded baud while some other locality l.I'I paid in. As our publication of notice to either of them.U i\\: ITORS.: TO DEBTORS AND CRED- for o'clock a.m.and a o'ctockln the afternoon offer

2 -' he uses for the we per ">ght, costs less favored takes hold RI1I1 se- j apply for chirter has been a sufficient therefore ordered that the said dtfendaiit _ the sale door to of the the highest Udder, for cash, before
if I >i do appear to anxner the bill .S- about IK cents. Now, this is as
Mr McParland claims and he invites i ares for itsIf the prestige which can length of time ia the newspaper, we are in the \e-eutitlrd caune upon the .Notice' i h herebv !gi\vn that all persona having Juno Florida, the following dcocriued gea
demand against the Extate of Janua Estate, tl>wit:
ready to organize. any
lie for little now
$investigation it is certainly a ours effort ? I j, FIRST MOMMY IS APRIL.lI.J"II.
t You C. Kinsley. deceased are hereby notified to Bring a part of the West ooe-h,lf of Southeast ...
: godsend to Florida. To sun van, Does not the permanent and constant are, therefore nque ted to icmitI I the name being the third day of buid month present the tutu the under i: oed.duly aathentleated. one-fourth, and the East one-half of t1le'I'

: the protection apparat is costs, per growth of this to.va in popularity I S twenty five per cent of your subscription at he office of the tlerk of ttaiJ court,iu Juno within the time pl'I.riLed by law,or South-west one-fourth of Section J?.Township

:' tree, |3; the growers\ fiiid the OH this the first call of stocki'o the Treasurer Dade (' Ullty, Florida.It this notice \\Ul be pleaded in bar of woeryj 4J, South Range& East,conUI.Ing 19 acre of
McFarland thtubs he as n residence and home
capital. in further ordered that thin order of
furnish M. B. L\man, Esq., 'at Lantana pub-' And all persons oulng .aid estate are required !land, being the same lands as Bold by W. B.
: can form a company to capital centre inspire our people with a heat tun lie published THE TROPICAL Si'.v aneajiaper DeclDer to Josiah Sherma
Fid. to make mediate to For
make payment me.OLUUGE more partk. 'j
-- and then trn contracts ,
: year
publi ned at W..t Palm :
IIp..irtto \ti..h! and ular description reference
fa-rer Is
e first. \V. LAIXHART.Executor
to Deed
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with growers to protect a certain Pl-ase be governed by the foregoing. Dade County, Florida, once a week fur four B ok L, 111.\ Dade
cumber of trees for them. hi< cla-w elueitiou.il. institutions, from .Yours \'ollKl'Cuth'e w.ekli. of the Estateof page Candy recorda where j
truly deed of said
very lands to
one-third of thecrop James C. Kinaley. J. Sherman b recorded. '
-S company to receive kindergarten: up? THI F, E. C. TELEPHONE: CO. I I I> ,ne and; ordficd at Juno. Dade County. Fcb.1si9. 1
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and .. Cannot, i-h wlJ u .t something be P. II Loi) CHILUXCWORTH.Sheriff 1
-; t makes the grower's c mpa j !R S.cretary. I A. F.UtlMCY.Clerk This tuenty-dUth day of Jani-aryA.D. of Dade County.

,,'. interests as one. dour Miami, Fla., February 27 1899 Ciieait Court. 1b99, '1-26-99 W. I. MsiCAiy,AUornej for falatiff. 1

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',0 "r. and Basket Works," and Standard 6-Basket Carriers. OUR COMMISSION HOUSES.
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: ; OUR CRATE PRICES-12 cents each in _" '->,='
small lots ; '
: V r -1. ...., BALTIMORE, MD.-R. S. Godwin & Co., 13 E. Camden Street. "
less in larger lots. !,: :-_. PHILADELPHIA. >.
< :. D. Hendrickson, 302 N. Front Street. .
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V 8 NOTE-Number limited to 300OQO'at these prices present season. :T NEW YORK-J. & G. Lippmann, 184 Reade. Street

Pineapple Crates 9J cents, car lots; 10 cents, less than car.lots. ,'_, :- .' .
:.. I Stevens & Simpson k Co, 262: Washington Street. '
V V OUR PAPER-From H. & W. B. Drew Co, Jacksonville r BOSTOX.
-Chapin Bros., 96 S. Market Street.
.- sizes 9x9,10x10 already cut, and bundled < ;
N. Y.-Potter fe Williams, 141 Michigan Street.

.- '- sheets to size 9x9 to the pound; .... 'f:.' _' CHICAGO, ILL.-H. B. Briggs 197 S. Water Street. ,_ _

w .k -0 sheets 10x10 to the pound. .?- ::, :Cj ;, V CINCIlU ATI.-H. C. Beekley & Co., 218 W. 6th Street. .; '

NOTE-Amount limited to 400,000 pounds for the present season. ';.; ," CLEVELAND 0. _.
:- ; ,,:, Strange & Nokes 36 Huron Street :
Price 3 cents par pound, delivered in small lots, less in large quantities. >: ,
-' COIXMBUS, 0.-Pletsch & Sutton,, Fulton Market.

.. OUR FERTILIZERS, OUR CHEMICALS ._::F' -' DETROIT, MICH. -D.O. Wiley & Co., 20 Woodbridge Street. .
: :--' ,.<' ,,- AND SEED POTATOES- ':, INDIANAPOLIS, IJTD.-.Ino. W. Neuman & Co., S. Delaware Street
',: 'c From Wilson & Toomer ; KANSAS CITY, Mo.-D. E. Smeltzer .
y' Fertilizer C. :':', ," & Co., 520 Walnut Street.

;'. ,',.'J \.r Jacksonville, Fla. Prices same as fac : f ">"'i\,- LOUISVILLE, Kr.-Thompson & Co., :210 Jefferson Street -.
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V -' c't OfY, with freight added. No profit r:,V i' _<{ MEMPHIS. TENS.-Seegsal & Ashner, 336 Front Street.

.v'' ", : .. V.-. V ? jf '- asked. C 'J.",;:-.i-,! r.:<; MILWAUKEE, WIs.-E. R. Godfrey & Sons & Co., 257 Broadway.
OUR LUMBER-from Builders' Supply 1 Co. at St. Au. ".k r.1.:;,:. ,. ':t;'.>.' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.-E. P.,Stacy & Sons, 200 Sixth Street. .
gnsline, Fla. Prices same as factory, : ,'.., :, :'t:..(,: .- NASHVILLE_, TENS.-Walter W. Phillips, 173 N. Market.

". ,," '- "with 'freight added. No profit-'" asked. -V-"-;.-VV "::,':-," OMAHA' ,_NEB.:-Branch & Co 12th and Howard Streets. ft _'..
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:-'-" PITTSBURGH PA.-Dennls Hays 646 Grant Street. .

OUR PACKING- HOUSES, .. r> _' ST. Louis, Mo.-F. W. Brockman Com. Co., 805 N.'Third Street. .

Miami, Little River ; V : ST. PAUL, :\hsN.-B. Pressley & Co., 102 E. Third Street. ,
Biscayne, Fulford,.and Ojas, Fla. ; '; r ," ,

NOTE-: Now being built, will be for business NOTE
!- ready February 20th -J_ -Every shipper should subscribe for the "Fruit Trade }

to,30th., We have our' own system of handling packing, etc,, by the 1 :. Journal," 7d Park Place, N.Y. See the standing and reliability of the .

I- most competent help, the largest portion of our packers being from :::-;<; :., houses he does business with. Subscription price $3.00 a year, postpaid. <;)

among you. V ;:',. j* y Subscription received and forwarded by as. : :
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Our 90-day Record in business here $40,000.00, invested. Not one dollar due and unpaid in the County.

Our object is to handle and distribute a large crop so as to get the best results. Growers interested in having their business r

competent men are invited. to call at our office at Hotel Miami and received full particulars. handled by

What the above means to the truckers of Dade is .
County a saving of between $25,000 and $50.000-on crates and paper alone.

What we Hope to accomplish is to save you $200,000 in freights alone the .
].season. S present year, and to sell crates at 95 and 10 cents another.

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Our Clerical Force and Representatives. -,..-' CARS-The Armour Combined Ventilated and Refrigerator ,; I !

P. H. Loud Jr., Manager. Miami, Fla. '"'.'.- Car will be handled *by us this season. Service unequalled and at no _" I l\1 1

J. S. .T: \ ..traeo.t to the .shipper for ventilator service. 15cents ., '
Warner, Miami Fla. i. J. C. Lossee, .... i";.V for per package .

P. B. Turpin, Little River, Fla. Traveling Representative. ; i' refrigeration; $75.00 car minimum. ,
J. Abb Everett, Little River, Fla?<: \:; What do we know of the business? Our P. H. Loud Jr., has had ,

Graham W. King, Fulford, Fia. : V .:- fifteen years' experience in growing shipping and handling fruits! t
J. W. Ives, Ojug, Fla. -| .. }- .. V c.,.: and vegetables, and the gentlemen connected with us are experienced -,
: business men with years of training in same business. Mr. Loud 11
M. C. James, Biscayne, Fla.: .; was ,
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Sub Commissioner of
the American
Pomological Association for his
-, Hallandale Fla. V
-, Dania, Fla. V ,' ''' .i'[ State (South Carolina). Has been connected with the N. C. & St. L :. i
: \; : It '., L & N. C. of Ga.
V 'l* : ) Ky. and was General Southeastern agent of the
... -, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 'ift F '
"." : :V. ._ Armour Car Lines for three has handled :
years; thousands of cars worth ,'
-,-,Delray Lantana... '
; Hypoluo; Boynton; :
.. : millions of dollars, refers for his record to J. A. Sams, D. F. A. W. & ,
> -, Coconut Grove, Fla. ': ,
-, Cutler, Fla. .; I. : A. R. R., Atlanta, Ga.; W. J. Craig, 1>. F. A. Atlantic Coast Line, Augusta }
N. F. Washington Key Largo, Fla. V .: S Ga., and W. A. Winburn G. F. A. C. of Ga., Savannah Ga.

Our service, 150 miles private telephone from the Keys to West :
Bookkeepers and cashiers: P. H. Loud, Wm. Nutting, Gordon l
Palm Beach.! Service free to all on our business.
Woodruff and others. ', ''.. l
ii ', Our telegraph office open night and day at Fulford, Fla., direct J
-V ..,:.". wires from twenty-two of the largest markets in the United States.-"tfo .'.- .'
OUR PLEDGE That oar houses will make correct and .. slipshod shipping of goods intrusted to us to markets already receiving '
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prompt returns; and that if any single package handled by us gets I lost ---: more than they can market to advantage. But a thorough knowledge t' 1'

or is overcharged in freight or express we will pay such I loss out of our.'..'..; : of eve4y. package leaving the territory and where it goes to daily. :

own pocket or such overcharge if same exists; :and any complaint What'will' it cost you to do business with us? Not one cent more -
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against our houses or representatives will be promptly investigated and.:. than lo do business for yourself
corrected. r .' Trusting to receive a large share of your patronage and asking you ." '
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We also ourselves to hand .: to come an d., yours to command.
(\. pledge give a helping to every worthy man ),.

struggling to make a home for himself and family, and push Dade :.,; J. S. WARNER & CO.

to the front to the extent of -
County our ability. '; ?-' J. G. SAXELBY Secy. Referecces-CooiinercialAgeocies. 'i. .

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I. =tilif&, NDAY-, 'SCHOOL JEWELS- FOR--MERMAID3. Subscribe for. the Sun. CITY MEAT MARKET, J v i:

/ "LES'SOK 'x. Cold and Diamonds. at the Bottom of th. ..

NATIONAL SERIES.MARCH 5. Sea. Mathushek PianosAre I' J
:- On the Cornish coast about fin I WESTERN | FLORIDA MEATS, j
t miles from the it is quite common ,
c mmen'a 1.; Wm. & lrbhit48ahJeeltChrist : Lizard i tanos Wjlh a Name. i
to pick up Spanish dollars which .. ,
.Frwlae I'romaba,1ob S8"lS, ',1- Pianos That Have A Reputatin '
ao-uoldea have been washed ashore from the
tore Shall Text auk*:_ .YOI1.it the Free Bon, ,Ye.There-Shall wreck of a galleon which went down in second to none. They are the Game in Season. J. p. MENDEL, Proprietor. ,1
kind that have stood the test of
Ue 1784 with amount of bullion
Free Indeed. John BI; 3d. a large on 2-1999 WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA i
board. time an have eatUGed the most
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::again ..untotht'm. I'
It is all the critical musicians in
i -surprising that with every way.
saying, I.am the light of the
world:"he that followeth me shall not moderh appliances for diving systematic ,. They Are Not NEW and STYLISH si ,. -

walk,.-darkness, but shall have the attempts are not more frequently old style pianos that have been ---...
light of life." made to recover treasure from the .
The revised rented for years and then offer- .. -- i DRESS GOODS WRAPS AND 1
version of the Scriptures deep. ?, ? ,
renders, the latter part of this verse: As early as 1598 a great deal of treas- ed as "great bargains" nor are .11\ LADIES' NOTIONS I

."He that followeth me shall not walk ure was recovered including the his- they "cheap, low-grade"pianos '
la the darkness but shall have the JCST .
made sell half
torical golden cup which once belongedto to "at price. .
1ighb .
OfdUf "
.. Those. who, have Christ have the Frederick king of Sicily from the Every Piano .Is New, -:. THE HONEST PR.OFIT'HOUSE
wreck of of the of the "In .
Ltjfh; While we may be uncertain at one ships and every part is made in the ,. ,
flmeVas 'tdTthTdetalla of'some.thing:!. vincible Armada." Mathubhek -
." and fell that it ia necessary to ""walk In 1680 an American named William Factory, .
.' by faith and not by sight," we are not Phipps came over from Virginia to this which is a guarantee that it will I :

In the darkness of sin. because we country and craved the assistance of last lifetime. First-Olass-
have. "the light of life," within us.
.Charles IL toward recovering some rvefa ;
Take Chanceson
i ?r In our last'lesson Jesus bad used the .'L Why .... .
wrecked<< treasure on tne coast or : u 'V'- ... ..
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r, water in the golden pitcher which was cheap pianos when the Old!
i ';J< used In the ceremonies' of the feast, paniola. Charles provided him with a anti Reliable athushek can be, h
';'. ship and the necessary funds but the JOB WORK
: as a'syniboVto;teaW that he was the
bought at prices and terms to
' .; unsuccessful .
! ; water of life; and now be uses another first attempt proved .
i .:-<; ceremonial to teach that he is the light In a second effort he was financedby suit you? There are more than I

! '('.- of the world. It Is said that when the duke of Albemarle. and this 15,000 Mathushek Pianos in

I "-" 'Jesus uttered: the words recorded In time he succeeded in recovering specieto the South "You Should Have At THE SUN Office.
the above he close "
verse was standing One.
r the value of i200OOO. and after pay- V
g beside two gigantic candelabra, seven-
::..,:. ty-tive feet high sumptuously gilded ing all expenses he was able to give Genuine Mathushek Pianosare

1J' on the summit of which nightly during the duke the sum of 80.000 as' his only told by The'

fit.; the'Feast of Tabernacles, lamps were share In the venture LUDDEN & BATES'S.MH.
*** lighted which shed their: soft light over The specie on board H. M. S. Lutine,
all the city. wrecked in 1799 off the coast of Holland Fred Kahn, Manager. ... LITTLE BROS.

'. Canon Farrer says: "In allusion amounted to 4Z1, 200,000, and the 29 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. : '. .
j I.. to these great lamps, on which some .' .
whole of this still remains at the bottom ".
1 : circumstance of the moment may have of the with the exception of ', -' : .-?;.- "', 'o >, FERTILIZER and PHOSPHATE COMPANY
; sea. ', ,
: I concentrated the attention of the hearers I "
"YouBuy'Em""IServe'EinrOYSTERS .
I Christ jesvhUmed to .them. 'I am 99.859 recovered In the year 1859. Attempts '.
: .' to recover the remainder are Cooked as you like them while Jacksonville
l- the of thl"ol'ld Florida.
light -
you wait. Served: In A Styles\ ,mid at all hours ,
::1 : The power of the Father was with still being made. between 6 a. m.and 11 J).m.
;: him as he spoke, and the 30th verse Diving operations resulted in the re I Rrfrc-hmtnU,Cold Drinks and Cigars. .

}.: says: cbvery of 80,000 in gold from the WILL MELTON'S RESTAURANT,
I ". "Many believed on him* wreck of the ill-fated Royal Charter Olive Street Watt Palm Beach Sun If yon are requiring Fertilizers for Vegetable,
31 "Then said Jesus to those Jews
which took place close to Moelfra off Pineapples, etc., write to us and we can give you
'which believed on him, If ye continue ,,,

t s.-:, in Indeed.,my "word then 0- are ye my disciples the diamonds Anglesea are coast still, bet lying a vast about numberof the Geo. S. Hacker. & Son more. value for your money than any other Manufacturer ,.

,:. should 'wreck. or dealer in this State from
It was not enough that men I or $LyV Co
,believe; after they accepted Christ Forty thousand pounds in specie was -
other State. Write
; It was necessary: that they be taught recovered from the wreck of the Ha- v for pamphlets prices, etc.,

;:, how to continue In the way. Jesus milla Mitchell in the Chinese sea, after I P :: [;:" to above address. 5-12-98)
:, laid the way before them very plainly lying in twenty-three fathoms of ':' : ? e
when'he'said "If ye continue in my : -
water for upwards of twenty years, and
c. word, then are ye my disciples in- .
deed." "The revised version has the 90,000 in gold was saved from the
word "abide" instead of continue and wreck of the Alphonso XII., which was A Chance to'do .Your

the latter clause of the verse it renders sunk in twenty-six and one-half fath- GEO. H. MALTBY

i "then are ye truly my disciples, oms of water off the Canary Islands in ow ,.
and we are !here taught the necessity 1885. r

.. of abiding In him. Some of the French ships sunk at
: 32 "And ye shall know the truth ---DEALER IN---
and tli__;._. truth shall _make___ yon n free.n.I ." Trafalza contained- vast treasure. Five '
r, "A tons of silver excluding the famous -
By Abiding In the wprd (or truth) we MANUFACTURERS OF .
I. .. : hall know the truth and It shall makeus silver gates of St. John's Cathedral FURNITURE WINDOW

free. Freedom'was: what thepeople ,Malta and a ton and a half of gold Doors, Sash, ". ,. SHADES,
sought Godet says: "Jesus plate mostly studded with jewels the ,

knew that deliverance from the Ito- plunder of the Maltese churches were Blinds, MouldingsAND MATTINGS f OILCLOTH. 1
man yoke was the great work expected on board one of these ships. "
of the Messiah! ; he therefore spirit- Job. -, .
Not an ,ounce of this treasure has ,
r' ualized this bops -
33 They answered him We be been recovered. 'Building Material,
Abraham's seed ;and were never in German king llesroea. CHARLESTON S C. .. SUPPLIES IN STOCK
bondage to any man: how sayest thou ,
Ye shall be made free." There is a German negro colony In p; Largest Factory South. '

; McLauren says: "Tell men that Pennsylvania who speak nothing but Send for Prices. I Practice tho Latest Methods in Embalming the Dead. i
Jesus will redeem them from their German. The place is In Lebanon ( :"

J ins, and they fire up at the Implication county, and the negroes went there
li1 that they are' sinners." That truly twenty thirty and forty years ago and Masonic Block West Palm Beach Fla.
< is frequently the case. These men settled among the quiet Pennsylvania IF YOU WANT- ".

who answered Jesus "We be Abra i iham' German farmers of the Blue mountain F1R3T CLASS TONSORIAL WORK. -.-- -- .
seed, and were never In bondage
i districts The colored children Always Go To-
grew Do You Want
to any man resented the thought a !
that they needed to be made free. up on the farms where they worked D. M. EAUnIDRAU,
held bonds of and heard nothing but German spoken. The Old STEAMBOAT?
Those who are In spirit- Reliable. We have them to Sell,and if we have
,ual darkness are far worse than men They soon forgot nearly all the Eng- Shop on Dellmore place.Lake front Palm Reach. none on hand to suit,we can build
1 I who are merely deprived of their lish they knew, and now they rarely 1 ork Just what you want. t !I

physical. liberty. speak anything but German. Their !
j 34 "Jesus answered them. Verily children go to English country schoolsin We are also PreparedTo
I I unto Whosoever I
verily say you. winter but as quickly as they are F. A REYNOLDS Furnish
cornnutteth sin is the servant of sin. H- i
out of sight of their teachers they be- !
Cook tells us that in the statement: -
gin to talk the German dialect and
"Whosoever committeth sin.It the verb
Outfits for
is in the continuous present and so it nothing else.E.e. Pumping Irrigation.Write .

) r means not simply to commit single or ,
Isolated acts.of sin but to live a life That "Make Up" Well. I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

of sin ,(I John 3:4: 8)). Blue and grey eyes are more effectiveon _or call on us for Anything. in' :
Tlie only, sure way to escape fromtiecomlltga the stage than very dark onesA Our Line that you need. I
bond-servant sin is tot pair of blue eyes, delicately shaded on SHIPPER AND DEALER IN

get that lioWty which comes through the upper lids with the eyelashes care- Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co.
Having faith in the Son of God. ,All fully blackened and afterwards combed ,

:, efforts to* free ourselves from the out "get over the footlight" in a remarkable -
'j galling yoke of bondage will prove POMPANO JACKSONVILLE FLA.
I way; whereas large and nat- The Tropical Sun
but dismal failures. ,
1 ."Bat tithe Lion of Judah 'can break urally handsome black eyes are apt 12-24-91 PKOPBIITOK' Jacksonville Marine
p every chain. (unless blue or black make-up be prac- Railways. ,I t

F' And give us the victory again and tically eschewed and the complexionbe SPANISH MACKEREL .
again" most carefully toned) to look in i
f 35 "And the bond-servant abtdeth stage parlance like "burnt holes In a '
.: 'not in the house for ever; but the Son blanket"An .

( abldrth ever.Peloubetsays.*- :' '"The reference hereis Expensive Rallwa,.. and BLUE FISH, Job Department

M' probably according Stier and Ben- ST
The underground railway in London Gl1EN G. OHM
It gel. to Ishmael a son of Abraham by i ,
the most expensive to construct
his bond-sorvant Hagar who did not
abide in the house .and who was not of any in the world. Some parts of it WEST PALM BEACH, FLA f r.D l DEALER IN .

if. the heir of the promised, while Isaac cost as much as 1,000 guineas per yard i

was the son and heir (see GaL 422- of 30 for every inch. The cost of con- BOX 187. ij.S4-tf
Priuts Letter Heads and Groceries
V St.) The Jews who refused the truth structing the Great Western railwaywas Staple Fancy ,

} did not inherit the .promises.. They also very great, passing, as it does, Note HeadsStatements' ,
i, cannot remain in his.house.. Not through the very hilly districts of QEM1NOLE BARBER SHOP. '
this their and Grain and all Food
\ many years after capital Devon !and' Cornwall UWm. Supplies
nation were destroyed and the Gentiles Scliamlt, Proprietor. .
took their in the
place kingdom Clever Oyster ( Formerly at Hotel Royal Poinclana. Business Cards 4COUNTRY -
of God." AU who become Sons abide
Pacific coast bivalves may be lacking .
forever! Only White Barber in the Town. PRODUCE '
in but to be Bill i Heads
; flavor they seem more up-
30 "If the Son therefore shall make
you free ye shall be free Indeed." to-date in some ways than those we Went Palm Keach. Florida. AlwiYI Fresh Kept I. Stock. N
And all kinds of Fine Stationery
Pious training elevating surroundings get in the east, as witness this adver-
ethical culture and things that tisement from the Morning Oregonian: Your Patronage Solicited -
; y the world leans upon are good as far "tfanted-Small boy to deliver oysters To Rent by the Hour or Day.

enough.as they go With but Adam they fell do not the go whole far that can ride a wheel. OfltY NEW BICYCLES IN TOWN. Are You Supplied? :I 4-H West palm Beach, Fla. I'y. '

human race and if we want to be free A Novel Flower. Next Door North of Tropical Sun Block.W. J .
from sin and its effects we must go The botanical world is interested in .

deeper, than a mere endeavor to control .a. novel flower which has haon.. .... 'nun.". I,*... R. MITCHELL, ...*.:the MB.... a a Trial AtAAnd O r d er
the outward actions: the heart Proprietor.FOR .... II
the Isthmus of Tehauntepec and which
mtist "reached, and the blood of .,
Christ alone can reach it; it is applied is red when the sun Is upon it, white In MRS. J. HANDELSHAN
by faith when we are made free the morning and blue in the evening.The SALE-CHEAP. ._
tnt This freedom from sin does not take Pmldenfi Cap. As Agent, with power of a'tor- We Will Formerly V RS. J. FRANK has returned from New York "' -
t from us' our free-wills. When we are The President of the United States ney, I offer for pale at once one good City and is now ready to serve lady and gentlemen

born again. we are "born unto good uses a breakfast cup which Is worth houseboat, with cahlf'p and anchors; customers. Come to
Ii works. We do dislike the things we $60. It belongs to a set made to order
once loved, and love the ways or for the White House at a cost of 5000. one good two-room houen! Da :
actions we once did not like; but we tura Street, opposite public schoolhouse THE BOSTON STOREHEADQUARTERS

remain free moral agents and can go( The Earth'i Atmoipherc. ; two first class !fish boat!,

back to the beggarly elements of the If the earth were not enveloped with with new sails! new cables anchors Please You...
} world IfV so choose, hence the necessity ;
of our singing .atmosphere, the temperature on the and oars. Also personal:. fffects I FORLadies'

"Help me to watch and pray surface would be about 330 degrees be- such as all clashes of gill nets, new, and Gents' Shoes Dry Goods ..r

And on myself rely. low zero Fahrenheit net ehrourtg, camp, h use furniture, Millinery, .

Assured if.I my trust -betray including kitchen ut.tnsililt table Ladies' Sailors and Waists, and
A Very LoBI Day.
I shall forever die.
The freedom we receive from th At Wardburg, Norway the longest and bed linen,silverware and dishes!!, Gents' Furnishings.CLOTHING..

Son grows more complete, or is better day lf.sts from May 21 till July 22, and also a full outfit for packing fish .

rnderstood, as we grow in the divine in Sp'.tzbergen:; the longest Is three anda and the best paraphernalia for bait, -
life and learn to lean upon the promises half nwnths. cast and dip nets A bill-of-ealr :

3 of God. We know by following will] he given with each article sold
t (to to know him and as we live la Hand-Setrttl Boot. .
his freedom we learn: more fully what No reas'.naM-otF.r will he refused.!
There are nearly 3.000 stitches In
apilr I
-V' V .It' is' to be made, free to do the will of hand-sewn boots. 12.9.tf. G. W. JENNINGS. I WEST PALM: BEACH and MIAMI.r
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T 'BEGINNING, MARCH- 5. BEGINNING'MARCH. ,5.Wtth built and newly furnished,.located on Here'* LIlt .! These Gooda: : are ad together '
fr + % >: ; ; the ocean beach in the town of Boynton THE DAINTEST COOKIES.

r Togetbei With CoramrBt Prepared by Vim,. .Commeat by Wat. K.-Hither.; Pr.p.reci foot of Lake Worth, twelve miles south finer than the ordinary beet kind, 'ia.i
,' ot t Palm i Vanilla Mid>et .........15 cts.I : + -
iIg ; .. .. : Beach. Can be reached by F, '
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pa erjf6 .se1 tidtn, fir 11.. of Leagues and Famliie fact they are tue Choicest Product oft
,11 6rai'OIIotn..tk' oI itoa;-ru 87 jin FarCoBIderattoBi"'Tb rate, of. 'Zion," E.! C. R. R. or by hunch, sail boat orearner. I Spiced Wafers___._, '

'," &x-7, ;'toot 103. :Itai 87; t:7f 100:-W -: A quiet place with pleasant surroundings ) Apple, Wafers..... Skilled Pastry Cooks.

-;. < the eighty-fourth'' Psalni'DaTld "0 Sun of righteousness, for parties who wish to remain for I OI'.JDge'Crisp8.'c To see them in to want theiL.aDd '

Bays "How amiable are thy tabernacles With gentle beams Zion shine a period to enjoy the healthful climateof "
,' ;. Water Thins-._._.... are ready seller at 20 seta! per
; + fi'I, Dispel the darkness from ous eyes away. from the .
eth yea,.even falntetffor the courts And souls awake* to life divine." mrly-bnrly large, fashionable hotels. ( Butter Thins! --'_ pound. Right here I please not
t-; of the Lord." We who are redeemed No> formality no stiffness, everything Saltene Soda StripsNo. -. "

hk reecho this exclamation! of David's,' '* In the, yerse of this old hymn the pleasant' and sociable. ( ..1 Soda \\afere.... Our Price S. cents per poaod.You'll .
c '; '-, anfl tv'ltltffim wj?rtajlixe'tlut. lose jrho ,''fwet giTe} us thel prayer that shouldbe Good, large pleasant rooms, and 1
."_ Appear (in the proper spirit ana attitude -* breathed from the,depths of every i AdvertisersWho homelike table service can be obtained Milk Lunch Biscuits... be asked that. much.for the

) before God In Zion'do go'from believer's heartrThe'church for $2.00 per day and upwards. Special 1,Crisp Cracker Pretzels commonest Lemon or Ginger Soap.
:. Strength to Strength,ana!'a spent of the living God-our rates by the month. '
.: In the courts of the Lord is better than Zion-is for the upbuilding of the Call or address for further particulars, L. W. BURKHARDT
: A thousand spent in the world, tot the Saints and the Salvation of souls. .. ,

:: ;Loral ourjGpd.Isja! I1nd! ,shield he, Yhen jre gather within her walls it THE BOYXTOX, Boynton, Fla. Finest Groceries.
t= does give us grace now a foretaste, should always be to have our spiritual

of, the.glory he will give us hereafter, strength renewed, and to get a clearer Use the
'. ,and no good things'does he withhold vision of.Jesus as a perfect and eoin- Millinery Goods. \
from them that'walk uprightly'in his plate Saviour. When we go fol' this Ladies' Fine Embroideries, Handkerchiefs -
eight; Blessed Indeed the; man that purpose we will not be disappointed, and Hosiery. Ribbons and Laces
trusteth In our God. for we will feel the purifying influenceof Silk Waist Patterns and Dress Trimtnings. INDIAN RIVER AND LAKE WORTH SrXAMBOAT SERVICE
Of the seven Dally Headings on this, the "Sun of Righteousness" and sinners Come and See. i
subject six of them are taken from: will feel the convicting power of -BETWEEN- \,
do. Iz-1'tm firs. F L nOFFATT.
the Psalms. In the ninetyslrth'Psalm ; the Holy Spirit.

after decln.rinthnt: : ,".St1'n h' "The Lord loveth the gates of Zion Columns. of TITUSVILLE, RQCKLED6E, JENSEN AND PALM BEACH.. '"

and beauty are In his Sanctuary," more than all the dwellings of Jacob" 2 ,
David asks the people to give unto the "He refused the tauernucie of Joseph, CONDENSED SCHEDULE

Lord the glory due unto his 'name,' and chose not the tribe of Ephraim: O'DO OGHUEJ= ....' .
and tells them to worship the Lord in; but chose the tribe of Judah, the On and after Tuesday, February Hth, 1899. : t'SOL'TII

,the beauty of holiness, and to say;; mount of Zion, which he loved."
among the people that the Lord reign.' Zion is the place where righteousness THE ALL -KOUHD. KOCSD.-

eth. In' the thirteenth verse he says reigneth and the name of our God : ; Leave Titnsvi.le, daily except Sunday and Wednesday, 4.00pm .

the Lord cometh to judge the earth: he) Is exalted. "God is greatly to be fear- THE : : : Arrive Rockledge, .. t e 30 p ID

: Shall.Judge the world with righteousness -: ed in the assembly of the saints and to ., =. PHOTOGRAPHER Leave Titusville, daily except Sunday Wednesday, '.00 ID
and the people with his truth; be bad in reverence of all them that
Realizing that should we not In 'our are around him." lie is with his children Arrive Jensen, Daily except Monday and Thursday, 10.00 tm4.00pm

day and generation be more careful at all times, but blesses them In lias come to stay in West Palm Leave Tituaville, Mondays Tuesday and Fridays, .

remembering that Holiness becometh' an (special manner when they gatherIn Beach Arrive Palm Beach following day, 2.30pm
the. house of our God. and when we! bis house to call upon his name. and is tow fully prepared to .

enter the gates of our Zion.should it David was glad when they,said unto TROPICAL do..work to his -KOKTH BOCJiD.- .
not always be to praise God and draw him "Let us go unto the house of the gratify patrons.
nigh unto him by faith so that we will Lord." It was.. there that the trilu. ti Leave Palm Beach, Mondays, Wednesdays Thursdays 9.00 am'
--- -- -- --- --- '
renew our ,strength-and. lead othersto of Israel went to give thanks unto Arrive Titnaville, following day, : 12.30 pm
the foot of the cross? the name of the Lord. With David; t'Stndio Leave Jensen, daily except Thursday and Saturday '2.0Qpm
There Is too-much 'of tendency to for the sake of our brethern and companions Arrive Titusville
daily except Sundays and Mondays 1LSO ,
get away from the Sanctity of the we should say, "Peace be ic Elect p n
Sanctuary; and Christian Kndeavorers within thee. ODP. Leave 'Roekledge, daily except Sundays and Wednesday, 9.00 p m

should help to overcome this by The "glorious things" spoken of the SUNCLAIM Arrive Titusville, 1130pm
spreading the truth that holiness be. City of our God according to the WEST PALM BEACH. S I
cometh the bouse of the'Lord, for ever. marginal reading) are found in Isa. til): H. GAILLARD, Mgr., T. T. REESE. Agt, CHAS. DAV1ES, Cen. Agt. 1\\

(I'saU3: 5)).' "Arise, shine, for thy light is come, St. Augustine Fla. Palm Beach Fla. Titusville. Flat
in many respects the world todayis and the glory of the Lord is risen W. E. MITCHELL
much better than it ever was, but upon thee." To shine as God wantsus ,

in other ways'the Scripture Is beingfulfilled to, and the enjoyment of the experience Shoe Repairing Neatly Done, Har
and things are -waxing worse he has provided for us, will
and worse" We do not know how cause us "to worship him in the beautyOf ness Sewed and Repaired.

much there was of dfseerating'the Holiness" when we come into his Out-of-town customers will receive Florida East Coast Ry.

Sanctuary in 'olden times, but there is house, and will prevent our doing any : promt attention Shop on Olive Street,
'9 too' much of It : The Head thing that desecrates it lest door
now Daily i north of TROPICAL SUN Build TIME TABLE
ing on this subject for Thursday is The house of God Is not to develop I {nil'. 8-18 ,

"Severance my 8anctuary"LevltIcus2tS the intellect, nor amuse the mind, but .
: 1-13. If every member of the great build up believers and lead the lost and

army of Christian..Endeavorers'wouldprayerfully erring ones to the foot of the cross. It Is The CHESEBRO BROTHERS, e WDaily Nolbi'0 STATIONS. Nora a ( s I a act

read that lesson, and, then A mere "Joining the church," or Dally im p Dafgm

conform his actions to the command- having a membership In the Epworth 1 Fulton Fish Market, New York. 1 0 r/o5Lv..N..cksonTill .. 1 Z hr00a' /pas
ment contained therein, a wonderful League will amount to naught unlessour 5"OOp Ste'2 p $4 Ar.....M.... stAnguattn..L M.w. /ttpj&p 1a.
revolution would take place, which namesare written in the Lamb's Wholesale Commission Fish Dealers. Ita.Lv..St Aneusana. ..,....Ar lIUp f {i iAJ ..N ...N
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.' would cause the people of the world to Book of Life, through Saving faith In Our Indian River Are ...... r.. ......... .J>aktka ....1 LT ...... ..
have more respect ,for the house ,of the precious blood<<, of Jesus Christ, we Specialties : : 104fi 906 LT... .:.Jalatka. ..Ar S TUpi 3E

our God. In olden times the Lord's must live as becometh the children of H SPANISH MACKEREL ........ ...,N.... 5" .... .N. N.N
people'were told that It would God so that our names will remain a otal San kiatao... .........:.AH 1 / ..
they there. B STAdvertising' POMPANO, KINO-FISH, .-r 80CaLT............. a8taiatka..M...... r .lilt.-..N ..... T 1
reverence the Sanctuary and keep his w .< U imp 104QJlip ,,....w... f1rm06d... .. NN" 4 Up (Kp ...., .
commandments, he would walk among To"those who profeg to live "In -". SHIEPSHEAD, BLUE-FISH, 11 tp ,,,.,, l lip 10 boa .N.........j.D ywia............. Sttp l&? ...... .NN... M '.
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should be his Five 'should lusts of the flesh, there is a SEA TROUT, ETC. UK* ...., 1 r U iaa ......M...Kew BmynkA....... /1 4 N.. ...N atiei
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chase a hundred and a hundred should In Ezekiel 13: 8-9' "Therefore thus ...N I6 pi2( ...N..Titnevule. 1 .4. NN !
put ten thousand to flight., If we lack saith the Lord God; Because ye have OUR I INDUCEMENTS NIPPERS ARE: .... ..... -a PointN, 1 oop. ..N. ..IN N !.. *.
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but to those who ExiuJ1S 1 .At et Film h.r .. ,. i ia
WILL the Saving Strength of his right build up a wall anlt Dry Goods Clothing and pap LT..M..JalB Beach lu*...N.Jr ,..N seP
Land. When we'enter his house let us daub it with untempered mortar, the :: MEDIUM UenU Fin uishiiigs 06aUa tISa SfiOp s i ......... Hopi Poladaa ....... ItOallCQaISSal I top ,,.., /rep
our vows unto him.,and making lard says he will "bring it down to the > .., __ 0 ---. 9 00p1006a s ........Wast Palm Beach...... Ar 1 / *> "'"i
ray ground so that the foundation thereof D. SINGER, Manager, .... Ikep..... ........ .. NN. ..W' TTat iu NNN
melody In our hearts serve. him with shall il Bridge Street,Near .... IOlsa, 87pUS7a1lOi3i .... .....-...Wrs". w. .... a ..... 1 ,.N NN .NN
gladness. be discovered, and ye shall I Bay. .. N ..:.: ..........Fort LaaderdaU..M.w <4SiIDUa ..N I
be consumed In the midst thereof,'' I -eeos: IAI-KSONVIU.K. ..... ...,........Lemon Qty..N.N.... 1 / 4
Cheap Labor In Japan. (Ezlk. 13: U.) I tIOaU4oalnou| Tap m .... .......WiamL....|. ....L 1 'tt

According to 'a report published InadallYDewspl1pt'rt. Those who serve the Lord with c" BETWEEN NEW SMYRNA AND ORANGE CITY JUKCTIOX.

: >t1it d, and ,published gladness come before the Lord with a O o. BiNo ( STATION No. lia4417p

In Tokyo by Japanese. "A-member of singing:: and make'a Joyful noise unto Of :: A r a- v..........:......... ......Kew Smyrna......,..,..... m
the Osaka Watch that the Lord. They know that he Is God Any ..t..: 0 = 4Oop 1&a .N ......N..........lake lelen.......NNN.MNN.NN.Lv10> 4tIp
company says and that 1 ..................... .Orange Qty ... ......M,,... l /lisp
the wages paid to the workers In that they are hisI people and the ::t; g 420p1000aer.... ., .. ...orange Qty Junction....................... 1191 /1IDp J '
factory are certainly much lower than sheep of his pasture. They enter Into -r} 3 Q All trains between New bmyrna ana Urant*Uty jnneuon Daily eaeepi Sttaoay,
those paid in European: or American his gates with thanksgiving and bless

factories; yet, despite this fact the his name, for the Lord is good and his 1.8ff Key West Havana and Nassau.
business of watch making Is not a mercy everlasting and his truth en ClJS ,
paying one In Japan. Lack of skill dureth to all generations. br,1 KIT WEST. The steamship"Qty'otgy W rt"of the Tlortda Kut Ooaat StoaaaU*
the mechanics is one of the ::tj 3 ... Company leaves Miami for Key west on Mondays,WedaaxUra and fridayi anat tnini d
z en train from Jacksonville, about 110 p. m.,arriving at Ear Wast next day axa.
reasons given for this state of affairs. LEAGUE TOa ICS. ;- % :!! 1ft Leave Key West 230 p. BL (standard tune) on Tuesdays,Thnndaya and sMardav4 ap.
The employment of men -at 40 to 50 I WEEKLY PAPER = a .. en01' UI ruing Miami next morning In time to connect with north bo&ud train.
Ben ((20 to 25 cents in American money) e _
1 ;;;r i jo"ty HAVANA. The steamship "unooin--Of ua Jionoa Sat uoan BteamsblpIIa7(
The children
per diem would appear a much more of Israel were very S31; leaves Miami for Havana on Sundays and'Wednesdays after arrival or train tress llO llli"ville.
proltabla'm'thod than paying wbrk- much like many people we have In .about 11 SO p. m.,arriving Havana at 8 00 p.m.Mondays and ThVlda,..
men $3 per diem, and such are the our day.-God was leading them out 5l Leave Havana Tuesdays and Friday at 10 aO a,m.standard time),arriTi&f 'iiatas
5& $ :: i Wednwday' and Saturdays in time to connect with north bound train.
wages said to be received by western 'of Egypt to the Promised land, and ., 0.- NASSAU. Service for the winter reason begins January 10,UWI. Proposed S&ftie
watchmakers; but against this it may when every thing didn't go their way = ti.: r- follows

JIC said that ten of the latter can easilydo they "murmured" and God had to In The 5"r :'- ... FROM MIAMI. FROM NASSAU.Wednesdays .
punish them over and over again for sT t1 ? ; .
work which requires from seventy ;;:
S Q. Tuesdays udl.ldll.,January 10 to Feb and Saturdays Jaaurr 11 !
to eighty Japanese." The Times goes this very thing, to teach them obedience '
to : "We are apt to think that, and trust in him. The few verses : :) TImI Mondays. to Thursdays t .
on say si'i.3 Wednesdays and Fridays, Feb-Tuesday. and Siturdaya,Tab ,
wages In Japan being very low at of our lesson of to-day are taken from smP mary 6 to Much 3L tnary 1 to April L '
present .foreigners will take advantageof the song of Moses or the song that : a- ::rm Tuesdays and Fridays April 4 to Wednesday and Saturdays, April I UAorll i
the children of Israel 28. .
the cheap labor anu make very and Moses sang April 20.Steamere j
profitable investments of their capital after their wonderful delivery from C 5ri : JM t depart from Miami and&agsaa at 190 p.m. et d yi adrerUMO* arrtn.,." I
Pharaoh and his host The Israeliteshad destination next morning j j
.when the revised treaties are put into TATE or FLORIDA Connections made at Xasaan with Ward Line Stamen to and trot Butef tt4
practice It Is true that wages are witnessed God's power in the ten ? ym; O Gtenfuegoa,Cuba,on certain dates.
plagues and the Lord went before
low, counted by yens and 'sens; but SSi SO ,
them as they took their flight I Suddenly : : These Time Tables show the times at which trains and bate maybe expected to arrrre aad
when we consider the nature of the 0z depart from the several stations and ports, but their arrival or departure at th* times 4
labor the wages. will be found to be far they came to the Red Sea.-and CD 9M stated is not guaranteed,nor does the Company hold Itself responsible for any delay or any ,
from low then they begin to find fault with eoa quenc 8 arising therefrom.
Mows.' "Fear not" said he to the ,,\ e For copy of local time card can at ids West Bay Street Jackson villa or'address

Many 1IIIM of'tioldUrf.A people, stand still and see the salvation . t a -. . ;:! :X ojliol- a; J.P.BECKWITH.Trafflo Manager Bt Auru ttne. 1.D. JUmlD,.&.....*, \

f German military critic has been of God. "Moses stretched out his ....h1 O -
_ adding up the grand total of the Continental hand over the sea" and the Lord caused ':" -S :o: f
armies, and, after,noting that the sea to co buck and they crossedon rpl ,,, -
dry ground" a miracle. When the 't Ocean Steamship
VI Company
we can form only a vague Idea of what rs. :;
I undertook z
Egyptians to follow them ,
is meant by tens of millions be tries
N to bring home to his rt. ldeJ'llu another they (the EJYlt1ans8lld "the Lord AdvertisingRate "SAVANNAH LINE." 1
fighteth for them the
way the colossal growth, o{ modern against Egyptians .
L The waters returned to their 5eid ThQ SUQ Your Job Work
armaments.. If. he !says, we had all
and the Pharaoh'sgrand "
place Egyptians. Florida
the armies of the Continent ona war ;
footing and drawn up in one big, long host was drowned. Then followed

procession, with their guns and amu- later they the song came of to victory.a place where Three there days Sheet T. .1). BROWN To New York 4 And Boston.A t
nitlon and baggagewagons: the column
: was no water, and the people "mur-
_: would be raiser more than 24.UOO .- mured against Moses "and Moses cried ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. Short Rail Ride to Savannah, Thence 1
miles long. and marc-hing-Kby and
night, it would take nearly year to to the Lord" who showed him a way flans and tipeclflcatlaoB pit-parrd. A Short Sea Voyage.I.I.
out of his trouble by casting a tree Jobbing work given prompt attention at
given point.
pass a t Into the 'bitter waters' which made Shop on Datura Street. Sailing from Savannah:
them sweet, another miracle. What Will be Sent on Ap
The Part of the Week.
5 Ships Each Week 5
lessdA do we learn That God will ,
Sunday, the day devoted to the worship hear If we call and deliver us out of FRANKLIN SHEEN. GEO. O. BUTtER;

of the'llun by our forefathers; our troubles. We -jwine to many. O11EEX & BUTLER ,
Monday, the day devoted to the, worship 'Iarah"-oittl'r' places-In our Journey U All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with sailing schedules. Write for gen j, .

of the moon; Tuesday, the day from this Egypt of sin and bondage SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS. eral information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation, or call on
devoted to the worship of Tleu. or to the promised land heaven;And II plication.I. Office at West PMm Beach
of the E. H. HIXTON, Traffic Manager WALTER HAWKINS Fla. Pan.
Tyw, the god ; Wednesday, we murmur at the Lord for the way Lands legally subdivided and map fur* Agt., .
day devoted to the worship of Woden, he leads we will surely suffer as they nkbed. Selecting and grading land, locating Savannah, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. &IO-9S
the of wind and eMtlmatiug timber a opedaltv.: Care-
or Odin; god ; Thursday,
did but It we diligently "barken to the
tul and correct work gnarantepd. All('ou:- -
the. _day.devoted"to the. worship ofThor voice of-the Lord God" he will leadus monicailona by mall receive prompt atteolion.
the god of thunder; Friday, the finally Into the Promised land w"'l: Maim and Blue Prlttts at Lowest VT\-
day devoted to the worship of Preya, whose wonders will far exceed those eeL WEST PALM BEACH FLA. 11-7-05 Indian River Nurseries -

the Venus of the North; Saturday, the he children of Israel found on the othr ,
'.day'devoted to Jhe.worship" Saturn, side of Jordan river. We will be in- Y BARBER SHOP Budded Citrus Trees of every variety ou Sour Orange and Lemon Stock; also fall
the god of agriculture' or Satyr,. the militants of that Heavenly Jerusalem 011 line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to this sectioa, ia- '
cod of the forest with Jesus as our King and sing the First Door Sooth of the Post Office. eluding Budded Mangoes SO Varieties of Cr!+tooi 25 Varieties of

!song of Moses and the Lamb anew. Easiest Chalra and Best 10-09S Palms, Roses, Strawberry Plants, Pineapple Slips, Etc.

Peacock Battrrflf. with harps in our hands we shall ? -.j Equipped Shop in Town. JOHN B. BEACH Proprietor ':- WEST PALM BEACH
... tingle square Inch of the wing of In that "new & fi & fl..A..wcm .
a peacock butU-rtt/ contains: no leu join tong, we talked 6 gu MILO COOFtU Vrop'r. ,
about some time ,
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1ECTyR ,:. N: SEVASTOPOL. ; -f HOW,WE,WOJTAT. _BALAKLAVA.. the Knights: of Pythias and also of special PELICAN ISLAND YACHT CLUB.I Ii -Q. .

."' --::- meetings held by lie Odd Fellows ...
Written for TBE TROPICIL 1 -
- gj ReV.. S ,D:Paine, .at the West Side ."Tbe many men.go Sex.leautifnl and Masonic lodges of both, of whichDr. Accidents Innumerable Accompanied by i East Coast Residents... i

:CBBgregational Church. And they all dead did Ik." ..Pugh was a member an open meeting

'" ', "- J ,-;-- -Cok-rldge. was held in the Castle Hall of the No Fatalities,Amuse the Spectators.The 4 Who visit Jacksonville are invited to visitS

Key.S. D. Paine lectured to a large It sturtlinr surettuitoB each officer railed' Knights, Pythias, to which the memo

; i Wdientt! at the West Palm -Tbe brigade to advance-. bers cf the other seventh in the championshipseries
Beach CoDt "Flistttiuadrun.. march' ,. trot. gallop Arrow Orders were invited, race r: fJewelryStore
.SWgational Church Tuesday night, a wilt o'er the level expanse; and arrangements were made to payt of this club came off last Friday !

Dumber of gentlemen' from- the Palm Bounded the maddened honm; front tlir'rn irir respects at the funeral services of February 34th, over the regular course

Beach t*t retched ucck* like awoke their depaited from the Haddock & c) EAST BAY STREET
IBB. usual
_attending, among them being Brother and to select starting as 23 V
Tbe heavy tuauts floated backward, Into
l' c 'th: Ri,. Dr. Webb.. long Htriilm they broke., pall-bearers from ach of the Orders. Matthams dock. t

.' f The fcdurer comnrenced by giving the AbnvpthrlrhebdMin flaming line, flatten At three o'clock Tuesday afternoonthe The weather was fine and a stiff whole i JACKSONVILLE.Greenleaf .

"t :. f canae,ot the war between Russia aDd the brilliant baoDer-rolea; impressive memorial service of the sail breeze was blowing from south of

: : E ich heart beat taut,rack eb..ek fll lht.efho' Order of of east furnishing all the conditions neces-
10- ;combined powers, of England France of nix hundred .Knights Pythias was held in ,
our I14luhLEvery
: : .TttVkey awl Sardinia. It grew out ci a Rynr'wmi tinged with blood every the Canle Hall of Evening Star Lodge, sary for an exciting race and a true test Crosby

: dispute about the Church of the Holy baud was firm OB therein. Chancellor Commander.Geo. S. Adams of the weatherly qualities 0'- the crack 7

.J1tt .. ''Sepulchre built by Helena, the mother i holster tb hokter. and boot to boot 1Ie presiding) Beautiful and nnmerous were fivers of the club. ..Birthday and Wedding Presents...

:: : of CtMutautine, ia the fourth century daubed arrow the plaIn the floral emblems and designs arrangedby The "Terror" of the Royal Poinciana v
Every knee close: to the saddle tap
Ttrkey granted certain rights to 'the hand hard on the .sword every loving hands, almost covering the fleet,was also at the starting point readyto CJ1:>e e e a

:- .Lad Church in 1740, and subsequent/ AB unbroken.Impvtnon torrent onward the handsome casket placed within the sacred follow the first-class boats (and catch

to te Greek monks worshipping in the squadrons poured triangle of his beloved Order. them if possible) and give them a brush .

: ".acred- edifice': It led to a, controversy Toward those long dark columns of_nien in The funeral address by Rev. S. D. with a view to ananginga challenge race FUN AND FACTS. slipped an arm around her, "how do '
g.&y aDd eriM twIt each one, 1 strike you aa a winner?" ,
Paine delivered his usual later on.
between Turkey Russia and France and was impress. Is. '
Ai the frUittring waves of a phosphoric sea "
uW'd ive and effort of The start was made and off they went Only fair she answered. This
_i toa war where nearly a their bayonet shone in the BUD. 1 w s au worthy ,Witty Sayings Interspersed With
: million of workmen and soldiers per Beyond these hovered cloud ..f honemen the man and befitting the occasion over the course, which was a' out two I might have happened a month ago." .

iht solid masHM ot uerried lance This, wi'h the selections ,of music rendered miles around. The firs class were to go i Business. Bargains. -ChicagoNews.

7e battles of the' Alma. Inkerman On each receding bill-elope gleamed war'fc gay bv a quartette consisting of Mrs. three times around tie course and the I Is. ._ ... !

tad'the charge of tie light brigade the Spanning appurtenance.the ytille,.'. Barrow forge, grim M. E. Gru'uer and Mr,. G. S. Adams, second class twice.arouud. Freddie-"Mamma" don't you wish place Royal to Frintiana get them Blossom.Idaer Spoon& Son--only Go I.

: immortal six hundred were graphically and stern'the artillery frowned; Rev. J. R Walker and Mr. Frank Idri'er/ Time was as follows : it would rain diamonds?" see them. :

described u was the work of Florence Our wa the rare ol death and there the with Mrs. Dr. D. A.Thomason as accom.prniest SECOND: russ.2x4 i ,
Mrs. Rich-"No. dear. H it should
gout where tbe victor' were crowned. ._. 2-3S-48' -43-20 49-32
Nightingale in the hospitals of Turkey concuded the services of the Mrs. Men: e a-No wonder Mia 1
H barge sounded; thunder emote the hill, Xancy.__ .-54-00 3-44-05: 50-03 people with money could n't afford to I
f tad lit Crimea. The splendid eulogy from eMI reverberate Order, Loftyfoot refused to prueccte the
every "
% In this the" first to them. Jewelers Wet
race 2 x 4" was cross war kly.
pronounced by Mr. Paine on Florence It leaped out from those iron Jaw,peal.upon Dr. Paine's address, while brief was man who stole her diamonds! I
the line twelve seconds ahead of the"Nancy"
i 4 Nightingale ,brought forth great applause peal precipItate.Lurid buoyant with hope and eloquently full of Florida and Imported Bananas in any Mre.MildseWDj?
,"* beched alter founding the see-! l l
< and thick the flame forth comfort for the bereaved family and sorrowing soon quantity as usual at Clematis Avenue

i' He described the siege of Sebastopol from round black lips c f the guns; friends. The text of his consoling on i stake the "Nancy" blanketed the Supply Store. Mrs. Merciless-He called flvnJewel '.i j

Camions,mortar and rifle poured' on n*. "2 :x 4" while before the wind ers as expert .itnP8 Jewelers ; !
; and tarcsptarc of the city by tae allied running
their fatal content at once. remarks had he chosen one, might Dent 8t-When did your teeth first
armies.,' and passed her,leading by some distance. Weekly
( the nittudlei their baleful
Shrieking deadly on well have been that beautifully expressed begin troubling ?
\ The pathetic story of how the com errand went; During the second round the 2X4 yon -

j ::t. radw of*Joe Benton an English toldie Curse and scream and prayers, were lo bar. thought of Longfellow where hej aysThere _: crossed the "Nancy's" bows with very Patient When I was cutting them. Boat building done right at.home. lathe

rotting' dIscord blent. In uo Death What I eui no Is traoeU ..:.. _u L ___u ""' AA_ .", .._i-" BJl atzr_ i._a.n. fVtmTnant! most approved maaaer good work. J
k t boy gut him home and raved his life Thick and tent,'both hone and man went turn: tl utile room iu spare.: IQC -';214; ; ; 111:1U U"" "lWStM'EU manship and at living prim Call OIl .

:!- when given op to die, brought tears to down to rte no more; Thin life of mortal breath f. this lead but a short time the "Nancy" Nice Flannel Suits.*A usual price-at Capt A.T, Rose. .

r : the eyes of many of the audience. great gap showed In the steady line*. deep In but a suburb of the life elysian. passing to the front again as they both SIRKIN'S BAZAAR. I 1

I .' lira. Will Sanders; of Mangonia, fee gape with a crimson floor. Whose portal we call Death :t, entered the home stretch and when halfway Little what's MAIGOm MCTTI11ICS.
F K" crttd in a very impressive and thrilling Only> an Instant they yawned and then cloned The members of the Odd Fellows down the "Nancy" unshipped her -

;: manner the' poem of Bayard Taylor. up compact as before, Lodge were present and were invited by rudder and became almos' unmanageable hater anyhow? No school last Wednesday is honor of
Till oiulnon rocket whiued,shell brole
which follow: or an grape a paiwage tore. the Knights to participate in the march ,this accident allowing the "2 :z 4" to Pa-Oh, a fellow that has been mar- the day it also! being a legal holiday j ,

I' : *Qlrt H a BOBf the soldier fried. UderleM horse ran ou In the ranks, other and were seated with them. come in winner by thirty-three seconds. ried a while.-Cleveland Leader.Dr. Pineapples'are coming out all right J

Yfc oater Oraches guarding. raorted. Orion with pain; Th! Castle Hall vacant chair officers' The first-class boats started off, th"Drucie" R. F. Wbitehurst, Specialist.All srncethetreezeandaoareagrestmanyof

f) 'Em.. tile bated gun of tbecamp tilled 2eaele *ly beat upon heUerle head a pit- stations. Lodge charter and the- portrait leading the "Idler" by one diseases ot the Bicycle successfully the vegetables. ,
tied Iron rain.
:- 0... wtary ol bombarding. Sheet of lead utrewluK 'the slimy sward of the departed Brother were all suitably second with almost a Oead: beat to wind treated. Will be found atAdams' J. H.Dick is iiaprovUg his hoow place '

: 'tilt C. .......WltlSt 1eoI. with mangled heal'* ol slain draped and from the time of the funeral ward to a flag opposite Wm. Lanehart's Bicycle Hospital. by patting on a new and larger kitchen } .

tall grta threatening aDder, let on and on. while the heart's blood seem until the departure of'the train *'
Tuesday Aftergybing around this stake the "Dru- "Buck, I wants jar darter, said and making a few other improvements.
Aa4 the oaad ol tae MalakoSK mounting to the brain
j morning, on which the body was taken cie" began to pull away from the "Id. Five Acr Plan
lf\Y as be took the
..1uBjcrbekhed ItttbBnder. Sabres glance and pennont waver lance fall Will Poland arrived np from Miami J
to Perry. Ga. for interment in the family ler" .d had founded the next stake '
and rise(gala a just drop on the old nttt'man."She's week ago last Thursday lick but inu:
'ThM WU a Baas*., TBS guardsman wld Atlel then for tilt last time,I saw our peerle burial place the casket enclosing 'when it was noticed that the "Idler"was
.*We al..r.the fart ._rro w$ yourn an must say yer tb'fust proved, and after assisting Gate & Co. a
L Colonel lead u*on; body of their beloved Brother was lovingly rolling heavily and all hands sittingto '" '
.that C bill w. ay-BBPther day" Qa.tly pale from a mono. wound his strength guarded and cared for by the loyal windward, when suddenly the boom gent what's put up any kind of little on their ways, left for Miami '

: VB Mas eaoagB ul sorrow, was well nigh gone; a argument."-Detroit Free Press. We were very tired all last wcck-ia
HI sword' wa still uplifted hiM show Knights left to mourn his absence from went up the mast and the "Idler" cap.
along the. side eye fact, had to lie in bed all day to !
Tkeit lay battery their one try .
with strange light; week'y sized to windward, knocking Prof. A. Expert Stenographer (own machine-
i Veto tile smokUg CBBOB. to get rested hence failed !
'Brave kaaru from iicvera and from Clyde Already be seemed to gaze upon terror and "Death cannot sever Judson overboard; the rest of the crew, experienced Bookkeeper,Teacher Chap. you
Miss K. X. Palm Beach. from ns in time for last issae.
lufluite. eron.
gloria* Quinn jour
adhe.tkbabbShaMoa. The ties that biud our souls through including Miss Fuller, O. P. Bingham
Out broke his voice like a clarion"Clow up
mortal yearsThey- the ) Skipper F. A. Rowley anda Some little work has been dost oa 1
( ownei ,
comrade and gentlemen"Keep Mistress-What is that noise? Have'
THj MaS ot loft aad mt ot faW1'rorpa lastfotner
k I' what remainS of the hall of tile
j. your home well la hand and forward colored deckhand went down in the Edlipasthisweekan&ithnrt.hsda1t.dltt.ra "
WM zoy: the children in from school ,
come j
move again, !" Tuesday morning the sister and broth- side of the boat .
,Ea basil rvraJted -HtomU MOM.Hal wreck but clung to the -'- "'-- -- -- ------ -- --
: an wag *BBta u rie.* "Spur un once wore to the foe; charge and cr-in-law Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Arnold of Commodore Richardson in the "Dru. Maid-No, mam. It's only the paired and put In running order again

charge home Hurrah!,"' Orliindo arrived and a few hours later Dr. cie immediately his tiller hard north wing of the house tumbling before long.
ylosft.ug.eaagbtvpIb.soag Tben.everedintaln by a cannon ball
: E. W. Pugh brother of the deceased, his boat about and was down.-New York Weekly. Several of aad
\ t.\III' tesder paMlnta manly form we **w; down brought our people went to tows

: % RM Uka a..Ith. rich tad Itrol" Poked fur one glorious moment be stood I started for Perry >eorgia. their boy. soon alongside of the wreck to the r.s- Fairban t.s O.K. Soap-2 bars for Se- on the East Side to celebrate Waskiag-

L TMir katti*trt roifcwtua.BM twist \i ar'l clamor and Heaven se-irne: hood home and the family burying cue, and the race was off. Clematis Avenue Supply Store is the only ton's Birthday and several others stayed

*; DIM out. a* be uttered hn lat command, ground where the body will be laid to last of the "Idler's place in town to get it. at home the latter the
P, r at'",.... a. at daM tot.peak passed from' the battle scene. At accounts none probably having

.ussvwuogrowIotder Firm the tmantlew vbrine of blot noble bean rest today. crew are any the worse off for their ua:. She-Old Gotrox was cremated. best time. --
......... BfOB tB*Mlidfer1 BMk breathless we ride on; In the death of Dr. J. A. Pugh this sudden ducking. '
premeditatedly He-Well that beats the devil.- As Dr. J. A. pngh was well known tad
: VaahMl ot IB?ttaiM ol powder. Thinner than the rank familiar loses of its ,
ever ravaged town one best citizens; Even. After the capsize the "Tenor" hauledoff
Town by nearly ia this Beigh
face Topics. everyone
"Toa4 1 M daittt tug CJte.1. burned are gone; ing Star Lodge Knights of Pythias and the Lake on her
proceeded wayto
YI'D'b,. started out on the flank, now In up borhood, several of our residents wtat
Tfc bloody...f.cwben, mourns the abseace of one who was a her anchorage but we learn later that Canvas Shoes-Latest.Style-all sizes
the center ride
to West Palm Beach Monday to attend
VBB t....c.t.... villvysuunt& of -Prices Low at SIRKIN'S BAZAAR.
; lien EftflWi Wool rtBiembrn. Yet u lder! firmer more resolute still; weon very prototype loyalty to the Order she lost her mast on her way home. his fnneraL

lounge hide by Hide. devotion to his Lodge, faithfulness to The "Drucie" and "Idler" sailed their She-Fathr would it hurt
\. Lad earl again a art I. Ml The t""*t blood i>! three Kingdom 1* with UK.a the onerous! duties irnpoed him you Capt. W. H. Sanders changed from a
", ....... as .M Ruislat tllWter- ?nobl.r'mounted, and well; upon race over again Tuesday afternoon andit much if! I married without your eon- sailboat to the'launch Pints for carrying

WIhseiisul.holse4beluIsb4AC The flower ol a dauntless cavalry rode u the requirements of the seveial offices proved to be a very exciting oce and sent? the mail but was obliged to tall back OB'
AM MhivUf ol tka uoiura.ror awed to that fiery' hell. with which he was honored and of the1 was witnessed by a good crowd of spec S
He It might hurt the a sailboat and the Pinta the
young man put on ways
With theIl'l'd and
1 the strength of a whirl. exemplification in his daily life of the
.. wind we descend on tb- at lust more.-Brooklyn Life. Monday for rep 1ra.
prey ;
Bt.c..damb a.d jory. Friendship, Charity and Benevolence They sailed over the usual course, going -
Hurrah! Hurrah Hurrah! Ou our IIptt all
Lad KaalM' Mtry I8V1IBlIor kin which the cardinal The platform known to railroad mea
tbe ranmiBs1 red musile we pasid are underlying, prin. around it regulation three times No need sending away from home for
: : 1 Wka iaat ol iBBk U..rie.w Tbe gunners creep under' the timber and ciples of the Order; his family will look which made ,a run of about six miles any boats when Capt. A. T. Rose caa as A298 but to us ..ti\'el" Htrbijoa'i,

; I .....iSd1SCe."Ulla 1I\1a0n4 seat, wheels or neath Ihe Infantry' rifle hide; forward to the reunion with one who This the "Drucie" covered in one hour build you one as fine or as cheap-as yon having become rather dilapidated has

*-. o ,. tratk sad robe mwriaaTB Souw. are pinned prostrate to the earth baihed was a devoted son and a loving brother and seventeen minutes winning over want. See him. and place your order. I been rebuilt and is now ready. to handle
........ ale the tasdeavel- In their own life tide
while the writer, of these few feeble the "Idler" b four minutes and twenty- Miss Oldte-Humph! Before I was freight again in safety.
ne luvtaf an&.dariof. Moon, th&---. mug--r are-', Mil- tafcen.._-- the_-- _ffnnnpru----... ? -
I ThUsofcg .tt sung the night before wept off like dust; lines of tribute realizes that from him three seconds. 22 I declined four offers cf marriage. The Lake Worth Fruit Co.is still send

; this RngUsh and French attacked the Then- came the bitterest thought of all-our has been'called cue who was a friend in The "Siren" was not in the regularrace Maudie-Butyou have lived long ing Porto Rico pineapples to towa trod

;: breathless horw must the truest sense of the word-one who in this of! Tuesday I their large acreage under shed. They
forts last Friday nor one enough to it haven't
Great JUdaa aud J.I&1 oft.the key Carry u. bark without aid or support thro' yon,
could chide as well as commend woutd ,the reason of her absence being that sell readily a good price and the com
of Uw alllllu defences of the city U thin heavy concentrate ore: auntie?-Philadelphia North Ameri
gcbastopoLTlw One slnjcle: feeble trumpet called! "It ail up- counsel and warn, advise and sympathize Sidney Maddock her owner, is said to pany U to be congratulated on their being -

? chuck wu decorated with Eng three about-retire," ever generous, always loyal and as be suffering fioin an attack of golf fever can.FURNISHED :I able to supply the demand so far
: At roll call of six hundred and seven men, true as steel when friends most fatal disease COTTAGE in this City and still have a few left
i... a1Jd American fla<.. Notwithstanding were but as this is not considered a -
that uiorn saw alert and elate, for Rent; in Good Location;Three Rooms
many other attractions, the lecture Wunnded. dismounted, nnhurt. told were needed aud hardest to find. the club is in hopes he will recoverin 'and Kitchen; Terms Reasonable. Applyat A. J. Mitchell of Owensboro,Ky., has

f vas a flMP. U1 and literary succeaI.Kr. one hundred and ninety eight. Truly with those Mho knew him best, time to enter his boat in the next regular this office. 23.2tI bought what is known u the Charlie I

Will Sanders of Mangonia, aud _. ... E..II.S. is there an abiding trust that when he race. I Moore place over on the East Side. This '
"She bas nice little voice. I
e. a :
Mrs.Graber of th-s city,closed the enr. reached the river that. marks the unknown II is a fine place and the oldest place on '
.. I
"There is fault about it.
only one
ewe by singing Annie Laurie, which was shore his LEAGUE SOCIAL. the Lake i>s Charlie Moore was the first
GONE -- "What's that I"it
.nth enjoyed by,the audience. "Hands were filled with deed of chant;. resident in this section. Mr. Mitchell
.. The golden keys that ope the palace of etr- Last Tuesday evening the second of a isn't little enough.ClevelandLeader. has already moved ia with his wife

f&dftf 'tlw)1"announcement of the subject Death Claims One of This Town's Prom- nity." series of six socials being given by the daughter and friends and gone to house

E of Dr. lhua lecture THe SEN'S inent Young Men. Dr. Pugh was born December ist, Epworth League was held at the residence M B. keeping. He will improve the place
Finest Butter and Cheese in the city
has iSo at Ga. where he parsed his of Geo. S. Adams, on Clematis
k tainted contributor "B. H. S., Perry can always be found at Cl.matis Avenue later.
Sunday was a sad day in West Palm boyhood days until thirteen of Avenue. '
w writtea for this paper a splendid poem years age. Supply Store. A West Coast invalid arrived home for
which elsewhere on this page. Beach. Word had gone out among his His family then moved to Marion County The following is the program: I
r appear treatment Monday night in the of
'Arthur-Whlt.was the best at person .
friends that Dr. A. 1. Guitar solo-Miss Leila Anthony. man
*.-..,.-.. J. Pugh was nearDeath's Florida where he attended public schoolfor '
door, and around his home were a time and then eutered Vanderbilt 2. Debate-Resolved, That single is your wedding? Capt.J. M. Rowleywhowhen last heard.
gPWORTH LEAGUE. from, was just ;-leaving Marco in the"Providencia"
gathered numbers of his friends with University in Nash'i1le.Tenn., and took preferable to married life. AffirmativeCeo. Fred-Herfather. Repaid the minister

; of the Epwcrth full of for his L. Branning Geo. S. Adams Ful- music the' for Punta Rassa. He and
The 'young people hearts sympathy family a complete course in dental surgery, flowers aterer, -

-'. Utgne will hold their regular devotional aud of hope that the worst might not graduating from that institution: in ,1894. wardYhitehnrst.. Negative- Marvin whole blooming show.Town Topics.Will Voyageur Will Bingham were both takes
sick before
netting every Sunday afternoon at 3 come. We say "worst;" but who knows? In 1892 he became identified with the Pope, Emile Anthony Rev. J. RAValker. just arriving at Punta Rassa,
call to Manicure Shampoo and so they left the "Providencia" in
!; O'clock P. M., at the Methodist church Life is not so very sweet-nor is that Order of Knights of Pythias and in 1893 Judges Mrs. C. C. Houston Raymond give Electric treatments. Miss Quinn Capt. A. B. Knowles and chargeof

: Program lor March s. 1899- separation we cell death so dreadful after first came to West Palm Beach, return. Branning, Miss Rose Sanders. West Palm Beach. man with
.nTo in favor of the negative. orders to bring it around home as lOOn
T All arc cordially invited. ing to Nashville the next year to com Decision
The man-I would like to get u as possible and they took boat to PnnU '
position .
of die U from Practice
gabjtct-"Gate* Zion. landing on tome Heat shore. plete his course and graduate. He then 3. Selections hymnal.
Where billow never brent floor walker. Gordo and tiala from there to Sanford
Leader-UUs Rose Saoders.OpfDmIODI. nor teDipenu roar; returned to West Palm Beach where he service. as
Err well we feel the friendly stroke tls o'er." where laid
they being too lick
The ? over to
has been identified with the town as one 4. Valentine display. manager-Any experience
Walker. At five o'clock in the evening he _" C'hristeniug"Miss The Five children. New York travel until Monday morning, when
fr Prayer-Ref.J.R. of its best known citizens ever since.It 5. Recitation man- -
passed peacefully away and in an hour's they left for home arriving that night.
Song. can be truly said that no man Ro.-e Sanders. Journal.
of lesson time his friends all over the town were "Hezekiah Bedott" -- A ,.,PfI'" _an last Th4A... .1.1.. L.:_
: Reading and explanation in this County had more friends than J. 6. Recitation -- "--- WV -- U IT "5'" a UljC T

: Psata Until i to 7i; c, i to s-Uader. mourning the loss of one whose familiar A. Pugh. Always generous, ready to Miss Leila Anthony. Latest Novelties in Dress and Dry crowd assembled at Ceo. S. Rowley's oa

face would be seen among us no more. Ice and.cake Goods-at SIRKIN'S BAZAAR. the ridge to do honor to his
Prawr. help any charity or benefit to the extent 7. Refreshments- cream son, F. A.

: Short remarks oa lesson subject and "Then tell upon the house a Hidden gloom of his ability kind to children and -by the crowd. Frances-Yes,he is pursuing litera i Rowley's, birthday. Quite a, number

experiences by Ceo. LBranning.. J. R. And A shadow softly, from on those that feature hushed fair and and darkened thin; frindly to everyone, he was universallyliked. 8. "Love's Archery"- being practice' ture. 'came'up from town some from across

Miss Ange. with bow and arrow at a suspended the Lake, one at least from Lantana
Walker L F. Whltch.unt. room Realizing that be, in common shooting Gertrude-Indeed I And b'heverj and

vine Mia Anthony, Frank Idner Emile Two angels tamed, where! but one went laY with his fellow-men; had his faults, he heart. Name of winner not successful? _, enough more from this immediate neighborhood -

Anthony G. W. Heradoa. At 7:30 P, m. Evening Star Lodge No. wa ever ready to exercise for the frailties given. "No. It is still a long way aheadof to make up a good big crowd. I

Prayer. 46. Knights of Pythias, held a special of others that broad charity whose The rooms were handsomely decorated him."-Cleveland Leader.E. With dancing and refreshments they 4

' L Song. meeting at their Castle Hall to express lesson he had so well learned, and in his everything passed off happily and passed several hours happily and the I

Reading selections from bible and their grief at the loss d one who had life so nobly exemplified. smoothly and the Leaguers all had an F. Haines: has armed and will be "wee, sma* hours" were growing larger

: voluntary remarks by members and vis been a pillar of strength and usefulnessin unusually good time. found at Weybrecht's Machine Shop when the entertainment broke up and
and will do all kinds of
I-- .L. all left for their
the Order. a Knight wh-j had homes leaving behind
itors.Continuation. attainedthe C--'-- Pistols Bicycles, Locks and kindof
F j of story, with referencesMia highest honors in the gift of the A couple of weeks ago the Methodistsat Tunist-You say he is one of your iron work. Chair wheels for saie.II3tf.. them their best wishes to their young

Asms Glenn.Song. L-tdgf and who at the time of his taking Delray organized a church society and citizens. What has host, in whose honor they had met.FoxSAutCHSAp.A .
moat prominent
Pi away was Kt e,>er v f R,co ds and Seal and la t'week Rev. J. R. Walker went down -Se.-
done "The man who wins she Maid, "is
14' Announcements. Master uf Finance,,and a as Representa I there and preached for them Wedoesd he ever
Not the man who is always ready to embrace road J
I new
Ipecac'BillFiftren another cart
f I'raF'CblaIIlQl tive-*lect to the Grand L>xlge> session to ty ..hursday aud Friday nights, this [ years. never used. Light and ,
roomy just the
Le h.M next loin. tlif fir-t CUM in town has done! more'nten. an opportunity. for the
I. beiux preaohing there since the thing roads in this section. In.
4 4iguebeuediction. At
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