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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: March 9, 1899
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00075915:00554
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f. PURELY PERSONAT Crosby bored ,as a missionary ,in the LIVELY LOCAL LINSS. THE COUNTY TIDINGS the enterprising captain, Mr. J. D. Pat HERE AND THERE.

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, ,. H South Sea Islands. terson will have all he can do to handle
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,_ "tt! the many excursionists who to
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- Peoptt. as Tfcey" :Come' and Oo.," -People Dr. D. A. Thomason on dental was business a visitor bent toLantana'Friday What the Sun's Men Heard in The A Buet Interesting Items From take a trip in her. Scraps, of dews About This and That, ...*.

Y May or May ,Not Know. I Uvely Local Whirligig. Regular Correspondents. A very pleasant and enjoyable partywas and Different Things. : c, "--,-.%

. I _, held by the guests of The Boyntonon ',1>;
, i ii. Wm. Anderson of Greenville, S. C t .,-; -.1S -5 ,>r-

l' A ..lain, ,ef Ptrsonai' luras-Yliltori IDU is a gentleman who is making this town i Mirror of Minor Happenings, Accidents .- Very CtfefuUy Compiled and Confined to thatfch the light of the 6th. The cake walk Newsy Motes and Items ,ot ,Interest. ;

, City and CJtiuns tUDCr his headquarters for a week or ten days Coming Events, and a L- to of Most Interest to the was one of the principal features and was Everybody UGeneral and Nobody -,-1.
"*J visit. participated in by all with pleasure. '
great
,: 0" of the_cIty.?, Galaxy of Current Gossip. Citizens of Dade County in ParUeulAP.. .. ; ,
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and be and Dr. McLeay went
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t". nc7JI! Anthony:jCounty Tax Col. Baltimore where he will be treated for At Holy Trinity Eptscopal chinch 'YPOLUXO HAPPEMXGS out after quail. Mr.Loud had with him Dinner parties at the Palm Beach Club'

lector.WM' it.om.Juao over Sunday. a serious chronic ailment at the John there will be services every Sunday ('#. his has become quite the thing among the'
and with their
valuable Irish
setters
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$!.J .E.! { >Sheen- MlFranklyn was down to his Ppmt Hopkins Institute. Dr. H. C.'Hood accompanied evening at 7 o'clock. Rev L. Fitz-Jarnes Fre4Joss is building a large packing' assistaa.e they succeeded, in bagging swell set at the Palm Beach hotels. :

him and his Hindry has charge ol,these services. house4n his farm. \ ; arrived'
< "Pro\ioencia"
& o .ettieaieiit'Friday oil t business family. quite a number of the birds. The yacht
. Mr3.. W Garnett spent Saturday at
mp.; Lake Saturday in charge of A. E. '
Capt. "
" Among the,familiar faces of long ago ,' The County School Board met here West :Palm Beach. We have had an addition to the bill cf noA-les, who brought it around from;

; J4ra.. Dr.> ,Berdan of Patterson, J, in the earlier happier days of Lake Tuesday with E. B. King member of tare at The Boynton. Cocoanut milk )
J. Bn fwn spent between trains at West Punta Rassa, principally by the outside
t; is expected the last of this.week at The Worth's history, to be seen these daysare the Board absent, ill at his home in Jupi can now be bad for the asking, and Dr.
Palm Beach Saturday. route, coming in at the Jnlet. instead of
: Oleanders, guest of Mrs.'Enoch Root. those of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Gilpin ter. Only routine business was trans McLeay will vouch for its beneficial re-
acte John?Drake Sunday ill Palm* up through the canal. This probably -'
spent
and son Vincent, of West Chester, Pa. suits as an aid to the c mleXIOn"heDce,
'Mrs. Morris an4 daughter who have ends its cruising tor this season nnlesa -
\' .,; Beach, he guest of Capt. E. N. Dimick. I t is in great demand by the ladies.
.. been the put month at the Royal Poi,. Geo. H. Maltby is pushing work on The "'** 0. P, Bingbam decides take a run to
first from
Governor Carter *nd daughter Mus shipment of potatoes
i ciana, left on Thursday for Sewanee the new residence he is having erectedon The telephone line is now completedas Key West and Havana the latter; part of
Carter, concluded tiur visit to Palm this, point was made last week;by L I.
h." 5priJlC't ., Beach Wednesday and after a most his Late front property, and expectsto Hirdy far as Lantana, and we cn get direct this month. _. :
'. have the building ready for occu'pan.cy oromunicaliun by wire with the outside

Miss Leila Anthony and her friend, pleasant sojourn here, left for Miami, in short or 1er. Vegetables, -. have made such: rapid, ....,.,...t.1..... n.T.o.. fl ft 5." ....'. ;...-1'....".........".'., ."R.1." A case that should have een brought ;Ii --
Mrs. J. H. :Chapman, of Augusta, Ga and from there to Nassau, their home. gr'wthin' the last few day. that one can is highly appreciated by the residents of to tie attention o> the S. P C. A was to ; ;

tlU'.u\: 7 *from* :their ,visit D. F. McGilvray, of Boston is a guest Dr. N. S. Snruham is the latest professional hardly realize that a freeze ever. came.J. ... the town and the guests at the,hotel. be seen here l.st week.- As nearas we (. '. ';I

to ?.\ .y* J of, his cousin, J. B. B ach..of this town.. man to cast his lot in West .. Browne's, twenty acie faim of vege. could learn the facts it seems that. at' a -
Palm Beach. Dr. Burnham is noted A genial party composed of C. L Cra- sale government horses In JacksonriUe .,
a
oft Mr, McQilvray:with. his brother, man tables escaped the recent cold better up
Wm. L. Armstrong, representative G. W. F. Zimmerman
gin, Thompson, J. -
> aged the hotel Sail Marco, at St. Augustine specialist and has been a very successful than any farm on the East Coast if re. not long ago. a'color..d, man, -
the D, M, Ferry Seed Co., of Detroit and Chas. A. Line arrived in their
for a number of after its con. practitioner in this and other States. ports are true.J. bought young horse not thor ogUyi '
years
: guest of Green Lawn Cottage for .
a launch and lunched The
was at
Monday ,
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structfon. His caul is In THE Sen's professional broken. He left the horse with a party .
M. Carroll has sold out his garden
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Iftwd111utek. card column.At So>ptoa. Tbey were very much pleased there to break and.send to him. and, the_.. ,- .
aiso, niB nee, ana a .u.
Mj B Lymai came up from ,lAntana W.K.Vanderbilt, who arrived In Palm gruDDing accepted with the fiue location and the service horse arrived he e freight in a fearful .
: position on the Scotia Farm for the rest
by train Saturday on business and returned Reach Sunday mornlug with his partyfor ,the Episcopal Church of Bethesda- of the they found at this place. condition not being able to stand up. it's .

with his .brother George."by the third time, is enjoying' himself by-the-Sea Rev.J. N. Mulford, rector season. Guests registered at "The Boynton" back sore for nearly its entire length '
with more numerous friends than he can there will be the usual service next Sun Mr.. Me better known among theboys and the animal itself but
launch that ,ame evening. Ias Walker, Schenectady N Y; M B nothing skin
count He is fascinated with the balmy day morning at II o'clock., Launches a Georgia\ or Bygor not only Lyman Lantana ; L G LeBourveau, and bone. The party was said to have
}f ra, J, JL CJiapmaa. after a short\int climate of this leave the whaif of the Hotel Royal PoI takes the.cake, but the whole bakery I
winter
beautiful resort ridden it
T J Burke,Jacksonville; Joseph Deran. as Jar as Daytona when it became
spent! here u guest of our fellow townsman *-* i3iofl inciana a\ 10.45 returning immediately when it,comes'to, getting music out of a
Capt J ..!nthon1, left. ndajmorning ,: ,_W.C, Boyk qf Salcn,Ohio! one I'; Rfvjc ;" I banjo Jhe sounds .are something between ery, New :York ; P H Loud Jr Miami: too feeble to carry him any further, '

for her home in Augusta, Ga. I of the well known firm of corporation Yl ..- .- the, noise made with Mr and Mrs C D Driscoll, Boston}' ADEline .so he shipped it from there by ,freight.. -
an oyster can .:t..
At the Palm Beach Club last -
torneys of that city, Carey Boyle & Saturday :., Fulford; Lester Lyman, Deb-ay: p. ,- ::
other well known St. Louis and a calf rope stretched acres.- a bacon ,
Among night Mr. and Mrs. D. McClennan
Mnllins ii Jno. Mrs J W Baker Miss Bessie Baker Nashville .
; a delighted visitor heie on Palm Beach
by flooolight.
box and the he "Where is \
visiting the Lake this season are way plays
people Welsh rarebit of
gave a party to fifty Tenc Dade Miami Mrs A ,
the Lake. Mr. Boyle is accompanied by ;, Major ; ... '
Mrs; C. ,P, Wise and daughter MissMarie their friends whom Sir Gilbert that ring I gave you darling? is enough '
among were F A
his wife, and together they are enjoyingthe M Gardner Gardner, Chicago ; Written for THE TROPICAL SDK. ; -.(
Wise at Green Lawn Cot to make one,shed tears. .' .
guests Carter Govenor of the Bahamas
numerous attractions this region has Dewey Franklin Sbien, West Palm Now upon the land utrokea. ;:

tage. to offer. his daughter Miss Carter, and other distinguished S.- Beach; S F Spaulding, Avow N Y ; C I Softly the light of eve repose" '- ,':*

Ma],'N. S. Boynton was in town Sat- Jt B.Terjind daughter. Miss Terry personages.E. C DELRAY_ ..DOiNGS._ Cragen, G W Thompson J F Zimmer 'Tis a beautiful night; the murky haze '.

business. He reports everything Van Orsdall one of prominent man, Chas A Lane, Lake Worth ; J S bas crept away, the broad moon has --
nrday on of Southold L.._I., were visltois on the K. V,'. Rowan: is harvesting his '
crops
lively down at Boynton, truckers Lake this,week and last, guests'of the' business men of Elmira, N. Y., died at which fine. Rojs, Lyons N Y ; R D Bennett ando brightened out of the deep, dark ocean,
are looking
buoyant and his hotel doing a lively bus- Hibiscus. This is Miss Terry's first visitto the Seminole Hotel at this place last -\' e, Port Huron, 1oich" and all If till save the gentle murmur of '

eness. :: _-, ,I the Lake for 'nine' years, Mr. Terry Saturday, of heart disease, a chronic Mr. H. W. Blackmer was home and .- -. the ebbing tide and the occasional muf fled _
I ; trouble spent Sunday with his family.Mr. puff of the little naptha (ferries as, ,
being regularwinter look. from which he has been a suffer ,
a sojourner
Miss E.' C King, who has been at The ing after his extensive property interests, er for some years. Mr.Van Orsdall has Jones, of Miami was a guest of PELICAN ISLAND VIACHT CLUB. they cross the silent Lake.
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Oleanders tie past two mouths, will on Indian River. been a regular visitor to Lake Worth for Mr. John Marshall over Sunday. The tint ClaM Ct t Boats Have Thrir All is gentle; naught stirs rudely, but

leaf next Monday. She will' pay some some seasons, and was well known in The first regular me \ting of the Ep. Preferred It ace. Congenial with the night the littleboats,
visits; then spend Easter Old Point I; C. Lanier, the well knowu hustlerof
business circles in New York Citywhere worth League will be held Wednesday glide like spirits. The long line of ,in.

Comfort the freight department of the 0. S. S. .nA.. riOcl.. ovtAncivTA.. .. _... ttttArocta.... ... -:-.... "' kie raa.. _.cai1ad. ntt 'I'1"v. "Ft..,,- candescent lamos alon' the. avenue. ,
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Co: & C. of. G. Ry., has been investigating ulgu The weather was fiue, but wind !spread a 'dazzling mass of artificial light
Miss Plorence King, who has been Mr. C. W. Rowan, who has been in noon.
the trucking business thoroughly Mrs. Wm. P. Otter, of Louisville, Ky., was very light, from the East. This race over garden street and pier. .
the returned
making a three weeks stay at Royal the employ of THE SON has
in this section. lie predicts that the died at the Hotel Royal Poiociana last 'was postponed last Eriday, owing to the Fringing the Lake are numerous lights .
this week for Washing
Poindana, left home to assist his son.
Paris in quantity of produce that will go out of Thursday. Mrs. Otter, together with Idler's" capsize. It proved to be avery in comfortable little homes upon land ,
leave
nrit.hC'! expects, to for this section will be a surprise even to Mr. Hogis, of Titusville, 1m, rented '
the other members of a most interesting pretty race, but rather tame owing that. few years ago knew not the tn&gic .
LWl1Uam many of the "knowing ones.to family have been regular season guestsat the Holmes house and will have hi.fami- to lack of wind. touch of wealth,but was occupied by the -

Kelso has moved his shingle Capt.Thos. J," Hardee, Dade's popular -' Palm Beach for years. Hundreds of ly here in a few days. Time was as follows: brave Seminoles and intimately connected I

'toltage from the lot just'north of the ex-Tax Collector, was a passenger friends will miss the face of this'charming The F. E. C. telephone seems to be at Start. FlnUh. Time. with the historic past. I j

Congregational parsonage to the lot down to Cocoanut prove, his home, Fri. woman, .-o devoted was she to the a standstill, as the progress of puttingup Drutie.......2-21-03: 3-41-25 1-17-22 There is something quieting and

next west from 'the CongregationalChurch. day last, where he expects to cultivatehis pleasure and entertainment of her the poles is stopped. Wler...._2-:!3-50 -15-45 1-21-55 i healthful this still delightful breeze 1 1 t

farm after four years of faithful public daughters, the Misses Otter. Houses are at a premium at this placenow These boats race even, and the result that is ever piesont."A oj

service. Capt. Hardee leaves office as the new comers of late have all was in favor of the "Drucie", by four U hearts Juice iu the happlueea ,

Pr. E. W 'Pugh returned Monday with more friends than is usually the Priday night Hon Wm. L. Woodcock the vacant ones occupied.Mr. minutes and thirty-three seconds. Githeperfeetuight; like ewut caress ,<

Bight from Perry,Ga., where his brother, of Alioona, Pa., favored his fellow guestsof This race was: the seventh of a seriesof It lien on oar hearts, aud film our eyes
fortune of a retiring official to have. J. G. Fenno has secured a horse With the moonlight burn of tbett-Ddefl."
Dr. J;.',A.- Pngh, .wash_ buried Thursdaylast Green Lawn Cottage with a highly interesting eight races to be sailed by the Pelican
with Masonic honors, in the family : The Misses Anna and Martha Atkinson lecture on "Cuba." Mrs. Alice and expects to make some great improvements Island Yacht Club this season. In each! The fragrant perfume of the gardens

burial place in their native lown. of Kingston N. Y., neices of M. McCaslin and her in his grove the coming year. fills the air. The variegated green.wav-...
accomplished .tr_ T U "__-1tI" .r u:__: t.n. case the winner second and third boat :__ __. :. _t .L_ _1..__ ,1__ _.___ -
Downey tniscity, woo nave spent daughter Miss Evalyn Hubbard, addedto "i. j.t. uuouweii ut jLiiauii, u in each class get a percentage, as follosb ing ueiwon 01 lac UI lu.Ulr, orange ana

Deputy Sheriff John P hock was up the past eight weeks here as guests of the pleasure of the occasion by givinga rented one of S. S. Linton's dwelling ( : One hundred to the winner, fiftyto cocoanut ;palms glisten in the pa1 ,,.hite --
from Miami Saturday circulating a petition a-d moved his here Wednesday. of the and cast their shadowson
the Seminolc left last Saturday morning. recitation each from their extensive family the second boat, and twenty-five to light moon

asking the County Commissioners They liked this country: so well they repertoire these ladies being well known Mr. J. Chambers of St. Louis arrivedin the third. The total percentage at present the mother earth. -

to cat) a County Seat election to get. the stayed as long as possible this time and elocutionists. Rev. and Mrs. S. D. town Tuesday morning and expect' stands as follows ; Silhouetted against the sky are the

County Seat moved from Juno. intend coming; down earlier and staying Paine were the invited guests of the to spend several weeks with his son, 1. First Class- Drucie" 425 ; "Idler," palatial Royal Poinciana and Inn, monu-

)lr. and Mrs. S. C. Spring of Bristol, longer next winter, if nothing happensto evening.; _ E. Chambers of this place. 450; Siren," 225. ments to one whose name cannot be

prevent. _ "Narrue Nan. separated from the generous development
S Second Class- 50;
Coaa. after a three weeks Iota; at thSemtDole t Last Thursday morning: Dr. R. B.Potter's of the East Coast of Florida. Within -

left last Saturday' morning, H. II. Benedict of New Haven, Conn., launch was found sunk at the BOYNTON.. BREEZES.Mr. tilus," 100Ihird "Two- sleeps a myriad, tired by the pleas- :

-- bound North but will\ spend tome time who has been stopping at the PIm head of the railroad wharf. The seni ClassCharger, 50; ores of the day seeking health and comfort '
I
is in
Driscoll "
C. A. an expert b -Four. : Nancy, 325 ; Flying
In Daytona and other'resortS on their Beach Inn for several weeks and who \icesofthe Schooner "Mary B." were > 375 The assistance of physicians will
handling a sailing yacht, and he is now Freak." :
../. _ preached for Rev. S. D. Paine a short called into I''q\: -itiou, lines were passed Cloud, 50; 193. not be required in the great hereafter,
familiar with all the shallow spots in the The next race the last of the season,
lime ago, left for Washington yesterday.He around under the launch, blocking and nor are they required professi"aaIy lit ; -
launch to canal and Lake. and will decide -
C. T. Cragin gave a party will be an exciting: one
has au engagement to speak in the tackle attached and she boat raised and I this hcal h-Iadened air. ';

the Hotel Boynton last Monday. The Methodist Episcopal Church Ihere next: bailed out,when the only trouble seemedto The new depot at this place is rpidl the championship. It will be sailed'from Close at hand is the quiet little church
Geo. : F. Zimmerman Maddock & Matthams wharf on
Messrs Thompson J. ; the
Sunday. Mr. Benedict is a businessmau be that a couple of sea cocks had been nearing couipletian, and in another that tries to make the sojourning traveler
_- of Philadelphia, and Chas. A. but an earnest worker in the M.E. inadvertently left open the night before; week we will have the handsomest and Friday March 10, at I 2.30 p. m.Commissioner's 0\ remember that the great Clock in the

-r Lane, of Ridgeway' ,, N.J..wuetheguests' Church and a warm personal triend of causing the launch to fill and sink. Itwas most complete station between Palm .o. Tower of Eernit.*still ticks*n towards-

othonor. Rev. S. D. Paine and wife.A I cleaned and dried Beach and Miami. Meeting.At .
out and is againin __ n___ well, what ? How far its influence

: q W. A. Hamilton familiarly known as cruising party from Melbourne have running order as good as ever. Mr.George Boynton won the standing I the County Commissioners'n meeting reaches no one can estimate ; and someday

"Ash' was in loon Thursday to tile -.. prize for the first fish caught in the surf j the old, sweet story told within its -
in the
been enjoying a delightful trip held at Juno on Monday last a petition -
a look at the'tOPrtstL "Ash" is the mostInde' I schooner" J. F. P.," coming down In- Kaffir Cora Seed Free Of Charge. in front of The Boynton. It is reported i! was presented, signed by the nec. walls will be distributed by wire to the

gable and best hunter in Dade hoever that the fish jumped into his I neighboring villages.The .
dian River and on to Bay Biscayne, returning Editor TROPICAL Sex: essary number of registered voters, pray-
County and spends. the- most, of- ,his time, 'through Lake Worth this week. I I Dear Sir: Will you please make known boat, and he has not yet denied the ac-. ing for an election to decide upon a glorious moon shines in greater t.

in the Glades. __ Those comprising. party are Mr. and i i through the columns of your paper that cusation. I j! change of County Seat. The Board decided splendor launch, but awaits my cigar is out, and the
little
to back
me to I
carry
Miss E. Theodora Crosby, well known Mrs. J. F. Powell, Mr. and Mrs. Perry I farmers can obtain Kaffir corn seed free Major Boynton is negotiating for a to call an election for May loth, The Boynton over the glassy surface of
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u the author of"South Sea Folk"is one Powell, and daughters, Misses Maud I'i>f charge by applying to Land Depart. new launch to run on the canal and Lake ,. text _. .. Lake Worth. This is a night to be remembered -

of the distinguished guests sojourning at and Ethel, and Mr. and Mrs. Will Poweli. .;meat F. F. C. Ry.. St. Aagusline. Worth and bring parties to our town 1 and .

Green Lawn Cottage. Miss Crosby. is They leave the latter part of this ( This is a very valuable crop. for feeding from the hotels at Palm Beach and let A splendid violin, fifteen years in use When Time. who uteaU oar yean away, :

taking a vacation from ber arduous duties week on their return to Indian River poultry and stock. them breathe the fresh, pure air of the in first-class condition, can be boughtfor I. Shall uteal our pleasuren, too, I

as secretary of the CongregationalBoard with Capt H. P.' Larsen as coast pilot to I Yours Truly, J. B. INGRAHAM. country around here. The launch will $25.00. Instrument guaranteed. The memory of the I'aet will may

ci Missions. For seven years Miss Jupiter or Santa Lucia Inlet Land Commissioner. be commoJious,'aud we are sure that Address "Violin." care TROPICAL SUN ADd half our j JUI- renew" ", ,::...-!,:;. -





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;k 4- THE TROPICAL stiN, WEST p ALM BEACH, FLORIDA, 1HURSDA MACU 9, 1891.j' a

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THE HOPED ARENA. THE: EGYPTIAN AT HOME. LEADING: BUSINESS FIRMS

h. .- ., .- .COCOANUTSJN CUBA. I Clematis Avenue Subscribe for THE SUN
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U BMpttaJlty tail PelltcneM B* Staad
:* i ART OF FEINTING.' rr-IILIa..C. THEY GROW RAPIDLY AND>> ENTIRELY ,Whose Cards Appear I 'this Paper,

1.t ....... i. Ihetf and Tares lieu... Oat The Egyptian of today may easily' WITHOUT-CULTIVATION. Classified Alphabetically. Supply Store--:: The Dalfe Goat!? Sift Ink

e1Ilasw,1IMkIag ., be surpassed in honesty and
1 : courage
Is Ifclielmu Flavor .f the link Dnmk n-West Palm Beach Florida ,
West Palm Beach flo *
PutOuthare the manlier virtues: yet in hospital. ARCH- ,
known for :
years that Where the Nat Gr.AUocetJier Wtfcrcat J. D. UATH1S
s? fefenae and feinting forever travel fly: and politeness.he stands preeminent T D Brown, West Palm Beach Ptopmtor.
Tram Tk 1 North
M That Com
c bead la band Feinting to 'defensive No Egyptian sits down to a meal Excellent:: Tor lartUdi. .It (9 ccuatrt Bnills Bkttyu4CncrjrC) Authorized Capital, $100,000.
Wort anally figured down to a without asking all p&asers-by to partake BANKING:
tees of the eye and mu eleL To feint of it; during his thirty: claya' fasteveQ' Next to bananas the most important Dade County State Bank My Xtttto-Htnick Sate and Small Profits. Paid Up Capital It5, 000.
weD a man must be able to make it product of eastern Cuba is cocoanuts. West Palm BeachBARBERS
:year his doors are open to all. no Bakery Goods and OFFICERS
appear beyond tonbt The trees without cultivation --'S. :
p : that be Is about Introduction is needed to the he grow rapidly,
; poor
; to lead. To do this the muscles must and every man's field is fringed : Family Groceries E.DIMICK, President.U.D.HEHDRICKSON .
gives
ungrudgingly,
A ,be under perfect control, so that either with them. Wm Schaudt West Palm Beach
-
; and may take advantage of.the least Though; allowed to have four wives The Cuban of extracting oil D M Ucaurtdeau West Palm Beach .....My Specialty.Goods -Pruldent. ,
s penlnf the feint may make.It the Effendi is almost always a'mono process Milo Cooper, West Palm BeachBICYCLES GEO. L. BRAHMINS, Cathler. ,
U a science in Itself.- gimlet Marrying early, he Is, as a from the cocoanut resembles that by .., delivered free to any part
something
.. which 'Texans mate oil from cotton. : ..of the City or across the Lake. Office Hours From 9 a.mOo to a p. m.
ttterly neglected by: three boxers out! rule a good husband and father, and
seed. The cake of solid residue is fed Geo S Adams West Palm BeachW All Orders Given Attaatiaa. I
every five, but quite as Important aa fond of and kind to his children.To Prosit
"V any part of the game.. show the direction in which the to the pigs-about the'only live stock R Mitchell, Wept...Paim Beach Goods Fixst-Class and Freeh. Highest I StIIlIIBanklng BHIHH TrlHlCtdCoUectJou

Of-tb boxers of today: there are only: ideas of marriage are setting we may ever successfully ra'sed in eastern Cuba BOTTLING WORKS: prices paid for country produce. promptly remitted oa day of

r ft few who are worth a mention Then say: that one of the first teachers in -and the shells are used for fuel in the C Castellano MiamiBUILDING Buy of me and I will nave IOU mODe,. 6-1-97 receipt. Drafts boa tht and sold AM the prteetpal -
Vii'- tile object turns on feinting and of1bflA. Mohammedan law In Egypt some time sugar factories. So far the oil has been ... title ot the United State 4.29-11
all Corbett Is pre-eminently the locally employed oily as a lubricatorfor
ago laid down this maxim that the SUPPLIES:
aoat perfect He la all odds the
by
: wicked
sugar-making machinery I
prophet has allowed four wives to : Chas Welshans JacksonvilleGeo
any
most World wonderful has ever man seen.in this regard the man_ whn would..____ engage to'_ IOTA all__ _four___ waste of valuable material, it seems to. I Hacker & Son. Charleston S C. rBI@V@'I..R- - CW -Send. Tbq -Sun. Your-lob Work/ -
those who are familiar with the splendid
To him feinting at least two-thirds alike but as he had never met any one CIVIL ENGINE lit SURVEYORS:
of the
If the game. He finds new'possibili- capable of doing so, he would recom- possibilities product. Franklin Sneen West Palm Beach H0SPITHL.General
ties and developer strange results from .mend toe wife as the interpretationof The saying goes that a cocoanut tree -, ,5.- DAILY EXCURSIONS

limply fooling his man. the prophets words. Indeed the re- bears a nut for every day in the year. DENTISTS: (j

Cilbttt'was the first whose feet were lations of the wife so resent a man's In time of peace ono might buy a dozen I J A Pugh, West Palm Beach -BYTHB- .

bale to assist in feinting He found marrying again that it is hardly ever nuts for a 20-cent coin anywhere in the i)A Tbomason West Palm Beach Repair Work...
that moving and out before a man done. rural districts bf Cuba and he who has L T Daniel, Cocoa Enamelling a Specialty. LADeR
:
confined sins u to what was about to z "THERELLATO
In abstinence from drinking to excess never tasted the milk from one freshly I. -
happen.A.'asWr.. gathered can have no idea what is DRUGGISTS:

man's5 : rush to might block result In the : head the and whole shoulders Egyptian above nation us.standsa The meant by "a draught fit for the gods." E H Dimick, West.Palm.. Beach HIgi Grade Wheels For Sale ad TI RIll. TBSHUEIilEEJWHnriSUII-
,; tempt something
In their state, however the
Whjcfa-yottld; leave an opening as big hospitality of the sheikhs, or village proper DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING: ,
U a;,.uae. A sudden aide step often headmen is boundless and takes the nuts are not brown and hard; as you Thomason & Brown West Palm Beach

-. eautfcfl"a:man to lead in a way: which shape of feasts at which Athelstan see them in northern markets; they Mrs J Frank. West Palm Beach COMPLETE LINE OF SUNDRIES. Starting from the Royal Poin'ciana Dock.

: |ave a perfect. opportunity: for a rout might have presided and Cedric been look like enormous pale-green apples Cirl Schrebnick West Palm Beach

ter. entertained and both found themselvesat slightly elongated, for each still wears Dave Singer,Jacksonville
f 0, Thus it was that Corbett Introduced home. its Robin Hood jacket. which is removed LIFERTILIZERS- GEO. S. ADAMS

1 Whet to his hands as worthy assistant We have sit down to before shipment. Being still : For Rubber Tree 10 A.If 4 BetBrolB*12 V.
seen men a PROPRIETOR.
.' to:,..lntIDQUwri ,.- banquet of twenty-one heavy'courses, "alive" as they say on the island, its Wm A Bours & Co, Jacksonville" For PItU'bland,2 P. U.: Betaralag ft P.M
have followed his lead and shell is soft and easily cut with the Little Bros WEST PALM BEACH.
bate learned much but few of them where a huge turkey was the seventeeath -
knife which
machete or long-bladed INSURANCE REAL
It., ties even good imitators, and none has course: and the first course FIRE ESTATE'Brelsford :
If.-" standard of efficiency alone consisted of a whole sheep inside every countryman carries, or your own Bros,Palm Beach WHEN in'Jacksonville be and visit JAS. E. CHAMBERS,
sure
tuba knife answer the puipose. West Palm Beach
pocket Wallace R
;' feint in his loose arm which was a goose, inside that a chicken may Moses your Old Friend, who will surprise
Make a hole in one end of the nut about '.- OWXKB.
war while his man Is pulled up in anftnaoos then a pigeon and finally an egg you with Bargains in
!' bunch with faculty on which last the the size of a half dollar and out gushes FISH DEALERS:
every : was presented to principal
edffcio, anticipate the attack. The I the milk like a living spring not by Reynolds & Hull, West Palm BeachS Dry Goods, Clothing; and
; the
guest as containing
n. fl
1 j f tiq consists only in movements seen come out of the cocoanuts: at home Cheseboro Bros York D. SINGER, Manager, I-
;i The weakest point of the Egyptian's Caleb Haley & Co, New ]
u Bridge Street,Near Bay. 1 Fulton Fish Market New York.
hands feet and body but In- white chalk and thick butter IWhleuJI
: as as .. _
..
armor: Is his lack of courage; and very -- -- 11-1 n .1..r.Ir___!_NVILL&.PLORiDA
every trick and move which is
malt: feeble idea of what fair play means. milk. FOR SALE: CDlllssItB f eIDime
with 'an idea of deception. A
.The trouble is that the cocoanuts of Household and Camp Equipment
.- Ihift df tots eyes a careless attitude or An Egyptian Effendi, or man of the West Palm Beach IF YOU WANT-
G W
anytrkk which may Induce one's op.s' upper classes, told-me with great satisfaction commerce are gathered before they are -Jennings-.,-- FiR8T CLASS TONSORIAL WORK. Our Indian RIve Specialties Art:

to,benne his chance has ar- of a duel one of his country ripe and entirely spoiled in transit. FURNITURE: SPANISH MACKEREL
point Always Go To--
The fluid shut within it should have
men had with an Italian. In which the up Geo H Maltby West Palm BeachD
ChWrakl bad a trick of rub lnl his Egyptian chose clubs as the weaponto no suggestion of milk but be colorless I. E Cooper Mfg Co, Jacksonville D. !I. GEAURIDEAV. POMPANO, KIMS-FISH .

Mae; Very often his opponent would fight with and then disabled the as water with a slight sparkle like that -..- The Old Reliable. 8HEEP8HEAO, BLUE-FISH,

be Induced to try: something while Joe right hand of the Italian by a sudden from some clear mountain spring, except GRAIN AND SEEDS: Shopon Dellmore place Lake front,Palm Beach. lEA TROUT ETC.

wail thus employed. Invariably the blow before the duel had b aun. He for a slightly sweet and most Wm A Bours & Co Jacksonville
baM would go straight at the jaw delicious flavor and if freshly pickedin
actually could see nothing to blame in ; James B Boors Jacksonville
tike abetTommy m I mwm
.* the early morning after the nut has Is'HARDWARE W. R. :MITCHELL, 10 sims ME:
his but rather
doubles his left countryman, commendedhis
Ryan glove
ep against: his thigh alit trying to get promptness in action. been swinging all night in the cool M E Gruber West Palm Beach: Shoe Repairing Neatly Done Harness 'rOlfI Bltlrn ad FlU fait YalrIie
into On the other hand recent events breezes the liquid is almost ice cold.
k*band it better. in ,.- Sewed and Repaired.
Ottea beset attempt to take advan- the Soudan have shown that the Egyptian Where cocoanuts grow you never see HOTELS: Stencils Forwards en AppliCllt1oa.COf'polUl.IfC' .

taf ef thia with the unvarying result makes a good fighting man, provided inside of their shells any of that hard Green Lawn Cottage, West Palm Beach Out-of-town customers will receive: Soilclttd.
e( hating their heads jolted with a white layer which northeners grate and Palm Beach promt attention. Shop on Olive Street,
he has faith in his officers, and Palm Beach Cottage next door north of TS.OPICAI.SUB Build-
left that gets a good long start II not called upon to act for himself.He desiccate (one might as well say desecrate The Boynton Boynton in*. 8018

Opfbett will snadeniy: drop his hands cannot take the initiative. : ), for in its best estate the nut has Seminoie Hotel, West Palm Beach Red Spanisk ui
t. via sides aa if very tired. Boxers no such substance only a creamy white The Palms West Palm Beach ,

," fcav ben known to rush thinking The Palloioplir of PI.,. film inside of it, hardly thicker than The Earmau House, West Palm Beach YouBuy 'Em "-" I Serve 'Em!"
,
bad him neb times but the Palm Beach Fsacy.. *&*
they: at The Beach Cub
OYSTERS; Cooked aa like them while
Prof. Groos who has written a bookon your thumb nail which is scraped off you
wt* the hands rip in teach them Hibiscus Palm Beach you wait. Served in All Styles,tad at allhoun,
} Quit they have been learning a newt the subject holds play to be an with a spoon when eaten. Before drink- Mrs James McCann. West Palm Beach between 6 L m.and 11p.m.Refreshment PINEAPPLE
*, Cold Drink and Cigars.
ing the Juice the tenderfoot
r trick .nothing more. instinct developed by DB.turalaelection. generally The Travelers, Jacksonville
i. and to be on a level with the other instincts pours It out into another vessel than Ai Fresco.Jensen WILL XELTOB'S 2ESTAUBAIT; .

cI ;;}. A Pianist WU ".Ji... which are developed for their that which Nature intended; but the ..' Olive Street, West Palm Beach blips and Suckers \A..

f' Oar Gardiner,'who, being a fighter utility. It is very near in its origin and sophisticated epicure tilts the cocoanut JEWELERS:
If al9 handicapped with a soubriquet funcuon to the tesiinct of imitation at Just the right angle to let the milk Idner & Son West Palm Beach. For We d the Following' VariaUet via =

l Omaha Kid" II the talk of the conn but yet they are distinct Its utility trickle gently down his throat-and. R. J. Riles, Jacksonville Geo. S. Hacker &Son Abbaka, Porto Rico,

\ itj try. ffiMfaaan'a march to the sea and in the main twofold. First It enables like the older toper we have heard of, Green-eaf & Crosby Jacksonville Smooth Cayenne,

t.: Oscar's York arc trip similar.across Gardiner country left to nothf New- the young animal to exercise Itself beforehand he wishes his throat were a mile long. LAUNCHES TO LET: Egyptian Queen,

tog in the way of a fighter unbeaten in the strenuous and neces- There is nothing in the wide world Therella West Palm BeachLAUNDRY Ripley Queen, Golden Queen

p;. loaf the line of march. The weight sary functions of its life, and so to be more nourishing or fattening, more -...- White Antigue, ,

Bade oo particular difference so long ready for the onset; and second. it health-restoring and youth-preserving. : Pernaobaco
1\ M they: made claims to the feather- enables the animal by general instinctto Emaciated invalids are recommended White Swan West Palm Beach Envttle.

1 .1 Wtfcht .... He would beat a 118- do many things in a playful way. to begin on the Juice of half a dozen Wo Kee, West-Palm..BeachLAWYERS Early delivery can be ma4e. pan ot ttt .
poqafter one night and a 126-ponnder and so 'to learn for itself much that nuts a day the dose to be Increased according fruit from this PUDUttoikartog bees Pkkwt
tte peat He. was looking for fight, : la.tmoDth. A.PPIT0
awl accommodated all comers. Tiiavtfrat would otherwise have to be inheritedin to the patient's inclination.And W I Metcalf West Palm Beach

hs got In the whole trip was a the form of special instincts; this the invalid yet to be discoveredwho Frank W Pope,Jacksonville C.C. MATTHAM8,

gray, and that with a pretty big felt puts a premium on intelligence"which does not develop a taste for it so Alex St Clair-Abrams Jacksonville

". Better still in all this time Oar thus comes to replace Instinct. Eitherof rapidly that in a week's time half a .5' Florida Pineapple' COIIfUY.5U.97 ,

ttaer baa Issued no statements nor these utilities Prof. Groos thinks dozen nuts at a single sitting will hard MEAT MARKETS:
West Palm Beach Fla
made'any threats. He has just work- would insure and Justify the play instinct ly satisfy him. Each full-grown nut J P Mendel, West"Palm"Beach" ,

.. at his trade that of fighting, like ; so important are they that he contains nearly a pint of this true Will Whidden MANUFACTURERS OP

a kngry Klondiker on a new claim. suggests that the real meaning of Infancy "fountain of youth"-the same per IdILLINERY BABBEB SHOP
Aatt hu got to be part of the bull- ia that there may be time for haps, which the old Conquistadoressought Mrs F L Moffatt. West Palm: Beach Doors Sash, CITY ,

test to make long speeches, it ia butt Play vainly far and wide, expectingto .- Pint Door South of the Pat Oficc.
natural that this lad who goes along Blinds
find it gushing out of the earth in MUSIC HOUSE: MouldingsAND Easiest Chain tad Bat

la abotdd the food' attract old-fashioned attention fighting and way win, The Goldea Fleece. I l some sequestered spot, instead of hanging Ludden & Bates'S M H, Jacksonville .- -- Equipped Shop ia Towa. .

triads. Collars worn by members of the Order green and beautiful, everywhere ... 6-9-U MILO COOPER,Prep ..

of the Golden Fleece are at the overhead. NOTARIES PUBLIC: Building Material
death of such returned W R Moses West Palm Beach
to
persons the
W. K.!ly BliJia t I Metcalf West Palm Beach CHARLESTON S C. To Rent by the Hour or Day.
Guy ,
of ,
Discussion la rife among sporting crown Spain: or Austria, to be held Largest Trap la the World. ..

meta u to the tenability of Honest : until some ,new knight is invested. This is the ordnance survey map of STOCK g r Largest Factory South. OJiLY HEW BICYCLES IJi TOV1L! ,

John Kelly's decision in declaring all i The name of the wearer is ,engravedon England containing more that 108,000 NURSERY : Send for Prices.mtiATTTMnttP .
beta 0Ir oa the fight between Corbett one of the links and it now turns sheets and costing In preparation John B Beach Interlachen, West Palm Beach Next Door North Tropical Sua Block.

a &..lIw'ke Generally: Kelly's decision out that the collar given to President 200,000 a year for twenty years. The J H Wylie ... W. R. MITCHELL
la commended. Al Smith declares Faure was last worn by Prince Bismarck TAILORS Propdetar.I .
,scale varies from ten feet to onetenthof PHOTOGRAPHER
:
;. that Kelly was wrong as a referee
has no rignt to touch on bets at and bears the name of the most an inch to the mile. The details are J B O'DonoRhue, West Palm Beach

r' tL A special dispatch from London bitter and triumphant foe of France. so minute that maps having a scale of ,..' ABE SAFRANEK & SON,

x- quotes Martin Corbett. an authority on twenty-five inches "show every hedge, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS: F.I: A. REYNOLDS
A Womaa'a w.,. MANAGERS;; OP
boxing,''as saying that the ruling re- fence, wall building and even every R B Potter West Palm Beach j
"Follow
fard&f the netting was wrong. Beta a"woman with the object of isolated tree in the country. The plans H C Hood The Three Friends
.
J' should follow the stake. It is the genera passing her and seeder swerve. If show not only the exact shape of eve1'1building -_... .

\ opinion of New York sports thattauodiam you try to pass on her right she will but every porch.area, doorstep PINEAPPLE PLANTS: Tailoring Company.SUITS .i .
of the whole affair will not swerve in that direction and head G C Matthams, West Palm Beach "
you
lamppost, railing and fire!. plug." _._ I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL '1
Mow. away for many a ..dar.r : off. Left ditto. How does she know inRESTAURANTS'u_ ,

i 't you are going on either side? Why It Would Seem So. : AND PANTS MADE TO ORDER v
.. tiI: art it b DUfemt K.W. does that knowledge lead her Involuntarily Schmid's Cafe, West Palm Beach
'TaInt what it need to be," remark- -to slide off in the direction "You will observe," said the professor Will Melton West Palm Beach SHIPPER AND DEALER IN

'r '_ .... George Dixon when talking of you "the higher the altitude attainedthe tI. i '
take? and
Cleaning, Pressing Repairing
feos&f. Upon being asked what he colder the temperature becomes." RETAIL GROCERS: ,

f, '. meant .be explained: These fellows Aboat Your Faee. "But isn't it warmer up in the mountains L W BurkhardtVest Palm BeachJ A Specialty.FIT PO

[ i nowadays in to stay 20 rounds with A German biologist says that the ?" asked the youth at the foot of F Oliver, West Palm BeachJ PAID ;

;- yon..TbtJ don't fight to win. When two sides of a face arc never alike. In the class. D Mathis West Palm Beach AND WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. d'r ;
'I' ..re .csed to box at Coney Island the Glen G. Strohm West Palm Beach '
i. two out of five "Certainly not aid the
cues the ,
professor. i
eyes are cut 1
best man won, and he won quickly. -. WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.Whiddan's .
'i of line; one eye is stronger than the 'Why do you think I it t would be warmer WAISTS RPAIDRH MI mm f
SHIRT .-........... V 4&g""
other in seven persons out of ten and there?
S7t 81sb.--' ..4 Lan. t Miss Crosby Palm Beach -
!. Jea Mice was wont to observe in the right eye is generally higher than "I thought the atn osphere was heat- ..-

the choicest cockney: "A cove as has the left. ed by the mountain ranges," answeredthe SHOE REPAIRING: Markets and : E
----- youngster. W R Mitchell, West Palm Beach BLUl fIB!!
a clever left hand you knaw is clever Smalleit Haa. ---
eootiffB to make an even break with The smallest man who ever lived
Source of the>gulf Stream. STEAMBOATS AND MACHINERY:
those blooming chaps as depend on the was the dwarf Bebe. born in Francein Recent lnvestigat.ons have shown Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co Prepared to Supplyyou WEST PALM BEAOH, FLA. :
'ltctlOQftr' hammer that is, the 1740. He was just 20 inches tall i Jacksonville """
with *
rtPt. .The left band is the brains and and 8 pounds in weight when full that Stream the is principal not the Florida source of the Gulf. ... BOX 187. I 12ttrCALEB j
Channel but
the right la the muscle. TAILORING:
IT9Wn. the region between and beside the Islands Abe Safranek & Son West Palm Beach Good Meats at Living Prices

fire DY.rtaameat II Im.tbl.. Berlin. of the West Indies At Binioni --- I
Berlin Is one of the most the volume of this warm water is Fresh HALEY
{ There U no way to effect completebamament cosmopolitan sixty TO RENT: Pork & GO.
of European cities. times as great as the combined
of the prize fighters so Though it is volumeof Manalapan Cottage HypoluxoTRANSPORTATION

long M they are allowed to retain po" the capital of Germany only S? percent all the rivers in the world at their ,.- Beef, Wholesale CommiadoD Dealers. __

f reuiien i of their mouths.MeOavtrn of its inhabitants are German by mouths. LINES: Poultry ALL KINDS OF HSH. ;
birth. W H Sanders,West Palm Beach
\ Man a its minant. Worth Steamers
Indian River and Lake Eggs.
a. c-.aa.: Teatb.rrrdghRTMdi The Taaaeli of the World.If There Is no doubt some degree of Ocean S S Co, Jacksonville Special Attention given to the sale d

of Brooklyn is now all the tunnels of the world were pleasure in eating a flood; meal but the F E C Ry, Jacksonville Native Meats Southern ,Fish. SPANISH MACKEML,,
looked .ypon u the coming featherweight placed end to end they would reach chief delight comes ia talking about it -S.VEGETABLE -- a specialty.Your PoMPANO BMW }FISH hour SHM

] champion. a distance of 514 miles. They number afterwards. In a war man as well as PACKERS AND SHIPPERS: Patronage Solicited. HEAD, RED SNAPPER, SHAD, etA:.

about 1.141 the bovine Is a ruminating animal. J Warner & Co MiamiWHOLESALE
i, iaitiaist Mmtor of ,Blf Turns.t m CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED,
Market
on Banyan Street
,
Charlie Daley, Harvard's quarter Portuguese Peasants The 'orld'. JBreirerle GROCERS: PROMPT BKTCRS8.UFtttoaFiaaEamt .

f tick, U old to be the youngest regular Eighty: per cent of Portuguese peasants Of the 51,000 breweries estimated to Pope &McLsunu Jacksonville 11-12 WEST PALM BEACH. JR'I0, '.

f } .ratiba of my of the big four team can neither read nor write. be in the world 26,000 are in Germany .

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t 1'.ARGESr TOY EVER MADE._ -I MIL HARRY SOTHERN. West E.H.DIMICK, .
*" Proprietor. :BRELSFOED :EROS.
Contain* a Variety of Familiar Object IB -

I MiBfaitore.The.largest If you bad asked Mr. Harry Sothere Palm Real-Estate-and-rInsurance -
.n toy on record has Just why he was spending; his vacation at
.
"i> > been completed at Baltimore Md. The Port Natal South Africa be would Beach

_.- { j 'designer and builder is Adam J. Win- have gravely told you that the Ken- .
& felder,and his workshop where the toy tacky Summer climate did not suit his Palm Beach, lorida.

JIM, ,was Constructed,-is one end"of his par- health might have because suspected It was too that hot the, and Colonel yon Drug NOTARY. PUBLIC;-'----COTTACIh; ;'O l EN?. '.

lor. The toy apparently located on ....
I bet If I was Jim Fd stay a large plateau and Is a composite affair was have guying been jou right and you Nevertheless would probably the- Store.and .197 !Post-Office Building N JI'I*. ..! I'olneiau Hotel.

*A loottn jet that awful way ;containing all sorts of familiar ob- Colonel would have been telling you

That he-doea DOT jects In miniature. the exact truth. Kentucky had be- Royal Poinciana Pharmacy!
L- ,"Cause>everywhere the folks we meet : There are a Ferris wheel with eight come too warm for him. The immedi- FURNITURE.

.,Tara round.to'see him.on the street.. care; sixteen swings; an old-time flour ate cause of this warmth in his old
And uaile and bow.An1 home was a slight disagreement with
mill;operated by water power; a moving another gentleman during a game of -DKltESS IS- Household Sewing Mar nines,

tfila! Of course I"wouldn't care train of cars; a pump, with a little cards in the course of which he had The Best MachineYatle, Ught.Running and d
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earl at the pump handle an oldfashioned Noiseless
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been forced to his in order
pistol
use
To have 'em cry an' smile an stare -
''" seesaw; a carrousel or merry-go- that the other gentleman might not use Drugs Toilet Articles
like that at; ;
.me; > round; a lake dotted with boata of an his. The other gentleman happenedto Sole Agent for the famous Wall Trunk. Mat '
But s'ong's Jim'stands it; what's the .. be of tresses made to enter. A Complete
.t.SClJl110.. oiiUiEing hundreds of an Ex-Congressman a man [
dUT silver and gold fish, a miniature boat National reputation of one of the first Fine 'Stationery and Rue of

He leti 'em kiss him Jes' as if club in a,race,'negroes fishing and a families or Kentucky. The Ex-Con F TJ-R. 1ST I T U R..E
He didn't steed gressman's son received a Sothern
ahoot-the-chutesr a fortress, a castle a bullet through his pistol arm. Mr. I Druggist Sundries. of all descriptions! at Rock Bottom Prices both

One time I heard a lady say church a log cabin a light house In Sothern felt that the people, with that | Wholesale and Retail. Baby Carriage from |6
We, had a skellngtoa hid 'way the center of the lake, from the top of Imperfect reasoning for which he had up to':ZO. Go Carts. Refri rdu.let'CD.sU,

In closet dim. which a tiny light gleams; farmhouses no use, blamed him for the occurrence, Preecriptionsnarefully CompoundedEast Etc. .
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'd-, But Fd bet you she'd laugh to hear picnic grounds pavilions band and knowing people as well as he did, Coast Business Solicits "
We have of Oak Diners
a consignment and
he knew that their blame would take
stand, scores of children, &c.
That what made her so scared was deal the form of lie WEST PALM I IFA'H(' f"lO-M Rted Rocker that will be sold very low. We +
Mr. Winfelder has occupied all Ms tangible a lynching.
Old soldier Jim! handle the Famous Clevelaad and Rambler
did not stop to the matter, but
argue
spare time for the past two years con-
a BICYCI.ES.
left for parts unknown until the people
His arm ain't half as big as mine structing this beautiful toy, the various should have time to reflect \ .
But be he features of wnich as natural can Especial attention given to our Mall Order.
i says aint got no whine are as Mr. Sothern bad had the good luck to
Er kick to'make.- be. Not a detail Is oimaed to render come out In a steamer chartered by the We Go ran tee Satisfaction b..thIn goods andt'rlcea.
Call on as, or vend in;your order to
,H.'usted'cause he knew 'twas right; all things realistic. For instance at British Government for the transportation '1

An' licked the Spaniards' out o' sight the grist mill a miner la seen raising of supplies to Africa. On the way Subscribefor! Sun. 15 and 17 Laura St, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ONLY to.CO t .
"For freedom's sake!" barrels of flour by a pulley and around out he had cultivated the acquaintance 4-21
the farm houses are figures apparently of the officer in charge with an assiduity D. E. COOPER MTg Co. .

He said l it awful loud an' grandt engaged in the various occupations that can be appreciated only by (.
An' father thinks be's more sand which familiar in' those who have made a long voyage In ..
got are. so connectionwith
.Than any one. agriculture.. a a supply lieutenant ship.in At her first Majesty's the gentleman service, New Store M Goods !. Rock Bottom Prices 1 I.TtlO1VIASOft I.

But Jim laughed: ""Pshaw! this kid, 1 The'power which operates all the did not respond cordially these ad-

bet, mechanical features of the toy is a wa- vances. He had sized up Mr. Sothern & 13
Will. make'M brave a soldier, yet,. ter motor, but' it la concealed that at his first apearance as a missionary.He City Directory. OWft, ..

As holds a gun." for a time the cause of action is a mystery changed his mind a few days later.

to the onlooker He was practicing with his pistol at OFFICERS Dealers in Dry Goods, Shoes, Ladies' and Gentle el'SFurmshmgs
:An then I cried; I wasn't mad the time with Indifferent success.

,Er wasn't art er wasn't bad; A Kite That Collapaea. Harry Sothern, who had been watching WII.MON WHII.LDLY___...Hayor and Notions. .' .
CEO.S.ADAMS,Clerk,Ass-. oraud Treasurer .f
But 'cause, you know, I' Kites are being made bigger as the too deliberate.him suggested The that lieutenant his aim turned was PALL C.JONES -__......-Marshal We buy for cash and sell fcr cash, so giv lower price then ftnl'f't1sbo girt i .
The war is done-(I IAllt'l tough!)- boy of each generation Increases his '
credit. Our motto i is sales and and dig 1 icriminatiun
Quick
quickly and handed the revolver to his BOARD OF ALDERMEN. small profits, no

Before a aeller's big enoughTo demands. It Is comfortable, therefore critic' who showed him how it oughtto I GFO.w... POTTER..__._______.._..m'.. ._ _PresidentJOHNS.BEACH. ,_ but sell to all at same pries,cowls are all j

even lOt be done. When they reached Natal ._-_ .-.-J.D. MATHS ll-10-tf plainly marked m figures .. I !
I FLY the lieutenant Introduced him to the J. A.STRA WDfRl1: AN...GfO.: L. BRA NING

:THE people whom it was desirable for him ,CARL SCHREBNICK.; .._...... B. M. POTTER .--- .,,
to know. Just at this time the Mat- Council meeting ou the ist,and jd Tvetday in '
Established 1875 .
..... t>WUch Two Boy CM Perform a tabele war was "on." After weeks of ]!
each month,at jop. m. .. ,
Wonderful Feat.f Magic.The waiting be got his permit to Join a r

educated fly travels across a bullock train which was on the way to _e.--'- William A. Sours & Co.
the front where the fighting was going ; ; r
marked mirror'to any number or let- County Directory. '
ter,called for. The trick is on.The
explained
main division of the British .
ly the Illustrations. The mirror, which I South African corps had Just defeateda Grain Gardeo Seeds and Fertilizers

rests oa an easel is divided by the division of the Matabele army at COUNTY OFFICERS. ,

magician into twenty-eight squares, Kraal, and had set fire to the villages A. HEYSEK.. ..._.._.,. County Judge ,
t and a: number and letter are written in around the place. Captain Williams, A.J.QUIMBT..'""" ... Circuit Court Clerk No. 6 EAST BAY STREET -: JACKSOXVUJA FUL '

each. The mirror II'first removed with about thirty-five men, while pursuing EOBT. R. TAYLOR.-_ProIItCUtio& Attorney --- ,. ... ._--, _= I
the enemy, was led Into an ambush E.J. CHILUXGWOBTH_..__...._Sheriff
from the,easel, for:.Inspection, and It l We handle ouljr the Best and most Reliable BwK A complrte Sk of ,
I _.. _
and found himself cut off: from all M. J$. G&VBEhV.. ". Tlx Aro&aor

chances of escape in a small plain surrounded H,J.A\TIIONY.................Tax Collector Corn Oats Flour Bran Wheat Grits
I i, by foothills fairly swarming E. H DIMICK.__........... .__...._.Treai>ur r Hay, ., .

with the enemy. There was absolutelyno WILL H. RUSSELL Supervisor of RegiotraUon Meal Cotton Seed Meal; Both Bright and Park;'
+ + rVw chance for him. The pass by.wh
they had entered was already occupiedby Z.T.UERKITT.Supt. Public Instruction -AT WlIOLES.LF.'J

t 'yt the enemy. There was nothing to COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. I .
do but wait for help or annihilation.He N.W.PITTS,Chairman..Lake Worth 'I State Agents for Tyg rt-Allen Fertilizer Cog.i '

t dismounted his men In the middleof ..._....
_
G.W. UISIIART. .PaI1l111tacJ. >tar Brand ."t'ru iJ.r.uaralltf'f'd'nly I Orange tree iin-l VCR'U.J Fortllii-r, ikrkgmund
t the plain among clump of bushes W. J. SIlO.YE. ......... ......Cocoanut Grove Ituue-SlIt.IIou:!! U, Muriate of l'h ,'II.Jlhatc11,,... Kanit,etc. 'These Fertilize > ,
and small trees. The natives circled Eo L.WBITE....?__ _.........Buena Vista ,a linve no :iM'ior III the Market,Aiida trod will eoariiico :if. '
KITE OPBHED AID C408aAto around out of indulging in Send for Catalogue,Free- 1iJ.2"'F'
know range W..V*.RCSHISG._____...___..Neptune. ._ .
that there has been inventedone what seemed to be a war dance.
Commissioners meet in regular eeobion on
.
of these gigantic toys which can be -
"When I get out of this, began the first Monday in each month.
spread and then changed Into a small Harry Sothern Tm going into the un
It compass after the same principle as an dertaking business. There seems to bea FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. j jui
umbrella. good field for it here" XEX8EB8 FKOM DADS fOCMT.B .
PIMICK.Palm Beach.___..Seuato rT'Hi"RF.ETOMY SPECIALTIES:
BOW,TBS f HICK IS DOn. Jack Horner. An old sergeant near by replied: "Oh F.S. MORSE, Miami_._.. ..RepresentativCOIN1YSCHOOL
no, you're not When you get out of :
Everybody who has once been a child
then the floor BOARD. r
placed
on ,resting against this you're going to heaven if you're
t the easeL ,At this point a boy crawls knows the rhyme about "Little Jack been a good boy. If these devils leave SrPERIHTEXDEST OP PCBLIC ISSTKUCTIOX. FANCY FAMILY GROCERIES

I' behind the mirror,and lets down the Horner" who "sat In a corner" That enough of you, you'll be a.fit subjectfor Z.T.M KRRITT-.-................_....-l.euioa City CORNER
CALIFORNIA DRIED F tITS
..wooden back of the easel, which serves there was ever a real Jack Horner, and undertaking yourself." MEMBERS Or SCHOOL BO4SD.
t for a shelf seat for the boy after the that the plum extracted from the pie I Harry did not reply. He had taken J. W. JAUKSON'bairwan.Coeoanat: Grove FANCY TEAS AND COFFEK8.
.. .............._. .....
mirror has been restored to its place was a very valuable plum indeed, few off his coat and was rolling It up to E.!: B.KING._..-.. .Jupiter GROCERY FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
. A.VT.GARXETT.;; ..___. ......-.Hj .olux
[
A:cloth at the back of the easel behind of the little folks who enjoy his exploits put under the head of a young ensign IN SEASON.

t the mirror space conceals the boy when know, or would care to learn.It who had been wounded as they enteredthe _..._ : 4
appears that this worthy was steward pass, and whom Sothern amid a
he climbs to his perch on the shelf.
The cloth is numbered and lettered in to an abbot of Glastonbury. The thrown shower across of assegais his saddle and and bullets had, then had State DIrectory m STORE, e; GOODS COURTEOUS TKHMHT J
i
learned that his
abbot majesty
duplicate of the mirror, and the boy is good galloped after the rest He could see .
armed with a powerful magnet The II Henry VIII had seen fit to be indignant now that the boy was dying and it
is of cork with iron because the monks had built a kitchen him throb of and of EXECUTIVE DE1ARTMENT. Prompt Free Delivery Roth Sides of the Lale. ;
,fly an core, which gave a great pity
W. D. BLOXUAM........... ... ... Governor
which he could not burn down.
Now
Is lit flat against the glass in a lowered alug's rage against those who had done itlie .sSe). L. CUAWFOUD..Secretarjr of State

.: 'corner of the mirror: where It is held indignation was dangerous and wondered if the boy knew his con. WH.R. REYNOLDS ...........COmltroUerJ.UUti J. F. OLIVER
by the magnet ,It is evident from this must be appeased. Therefore the abbot dition. B. WHITFJELD..TreasurerWM.B.LAMAL Proprietor.t.

arrangement that by mOYing the magnet eat for his steward Jack Homer to A few minutes later the young sol- ............Attorney GeneralW.

to the square called for the fly will present the sovereign with a suitable dier was dead. Harry gently laid theboy's N. SHEATS ..._Sapt. Public Instruction .. .. ,.. ._ .. .,
------ --- ---- -- -- -- --- -- -
offering. It took the form of head back upon the ground, and :
be seen to travel to exactly the same peace a I,.n.WOMRWKLL.'OIb.Agriculture
big and tempting looking pie, beneath then picked up his Winchester with an PATRICK 1IOCSTON... Ailjalaot General FLORIDA .
spotQtttlmf ItfcLAURIN.JACKSONYILLE, .;
oath. The natives were advancing all POPE &
the crust of which the transfer deeds of W H. HILTON,JR.SurveyorGeneral '
around them with continuous shouting "
Ahead .( I OU.CC8: at Tallahassee Florida.
Qaeen Victoria. twelve manors were bidden. I
and beating of shields. The British -
a Little Prince Alexander, the eldest son But Master Jack had an eye for the soldiers were picking off the Mat U. S. SENATORS.

of the dead Prince Henry husband of profit of number one. and on the road abele warriors with a certainty aud S.PASCO....._............... .......MonticelU) Fruits and Produce : i

Princess Beatrice, of England has always he slyly lifted the crust and abstracted precision that nothing could withstand.The S.R. MALLORY...... ._... .... ......PeunacolaU. Ji1
been noted from his earliest the deeds,of the Manor of Wells. On natives broke and fled. With a U. S. CONGRESSMEN.

childhood for bartering proclivities. his return, bringing the deeds, he ringing cheer the men sprang to their I ROBT.\Y.DAVIS........... ...._.......PalatkS. a Commission Merchants. .;
He lends marbles and tops at Interest to plausIbly explained that they had been feet and fired and cheered together. M.SPAUKMAN_....... ........ Tampa "
Harry Sothern staeeered back with (!.....t1. ... nf A .TT\ : ..
F BUTTER OHEESE
his cousins, the little Connaughts, and given; to him by the king. Hence the a bullet in his thigh. SUPREME COURT JUDGES. ancy auca>> ui .,"'= ,.. ,{. .

on one occasion got up quite a little rhyme: Captain Williams helped his men M. It.MABRY................... .Chief Juhttc' We Solicit Your Busiuess. .
comer.In dolls, which he succeeded in Little Jack Horne moVe the wounded to a more sheltered F. CARTER .......... .Associate Justice .
purchasing'at a great reduction from Sat In a corner (of the wagon), spot behind trees. Harry objected to R. F. TAYLOR...._....... We oily solicit the business of Merchants and U 1.1: :Not Oil ordera from Conspier -tits/ ,

his small Albany cousins Eying his Christmas pie; the arrangement for himself saying: R. R. COMMISSIONERS. should buy from their home dealt rs.IGRHIN tau ,aws0eeeeeeeeeeeeeiGe03ee9eeiteeeieieeeeeeeeeeeeeeteefe0..' '

The other day he received a present He put in his thumb "Don't bother about moving me back. H. E. DAY Chairman.___ ._.Gaines\il --- j

Of one sovereign ($5) from hia mother And pulled out a plum (the title-deed), Just turn me over so I can shoot. I've J. L MORGAN.._ ._.... \..__..__._.Ja--pet
and. having quickly spent it, appliedfor Saying, "What a brave boy am I!" got an engagement to kill half a dozen J. M. BRYAN..,_ ._ ...._.___.K liimmee :
the second. He was gently chided niggers yet"The JOHN L. KEELED.J*. tlerlc: __..Arcadia 1
for his extravagance, but unabashed, An Aqo Tlnin in the Boose. captain laughed. Then turfing Headquarter aud offices of the Board at Tnlahauste. Y fait YYe I ;
to his An aquarium in the house is becoming to his men, and for the first time in his .
wrote grandmamma. The
Queen to them he GRITS COTTON '
fashionable life speaking as equals --+ FLOUR MEAL SEKI MEAT. AND
bad been warned of the financial embarrassment popular among people. said: "Gentlemen, let's sing: 'God Save j
I'OULTY SUPPLIES ALSO NEW....
is it In favor in homes
and she in Especially : "
replied the the Queen. General .
same strain of remonstrance where there are children or invalids, as Directory.COURT S .
whereupon Harry leaned back on his elbow and
the Prince responded: it not only'gives \object lessons in nat- watched them with an amused smile. GARDEN. SEED J...
- ---
"Dearest Grandmamma I received ural history, but serves to amuse and He had seen a good many men die, in CALENDAR. .

your letter,.and tope you will not please. Aquariums are sold by the bird one way and mother. But he bad (Seventh Circuit) e ARRIVING FRBSH ALL THE TIME. J

,tblnfc J way Jl.appolnt?Of cause you I sealers, and may be beautifully stocked never seen men take it just like this M.S. JONES .............. ___ Ciituit Jnap: LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH. WRITE for QUOTATIONS.:

could not send me any money, U was I with goldfish, the minnow, perch,suck- before. J. D. BEoOS....__._..... State'sALtorOe\ ..
kind of to give ar, shiner and carp all of whom thrive Across the valley to the savages who TERM.
SPRING
good ad-
very you me
JAMES B. BOURS
were waiting like vultures for their i JacuonYillu FloaieeeeeoeoeeeeeeeSeee3eoreeeeoeeeeeaeaeeooe.'ooeooee!
Tic,. 'I sold your letter for &i 10.." well together, Newts are very Interest- prey there floated the sound of the National Oacrala County let Monday in March. .
too as there comes a time when S-l "
.' ing, song from the throats of men Orange
Cat Coaaalta Satclde. they shed their skin and swallow it, who knew they would never sing it Lake 41h" ,
Grieved over the loss of her little lnd surprise the little ones by losing again. A Matabele chief, who was Volusia id April.
ones. Tounette. a beautiful black An- l leg and having another grow in its I, captured a'few weeks later, says that Bre,ard 'lh" "

t gory cat, put\ an end to her life moststrangely. place in a short time. Plants must be the 6,000 savages stood awe bound fora I Dade 1st Monday after lib Monday Clarence G. Miller! Miller on-bothau

secured, of course, as they furnish the moment before the handful of men in April.
FALL TtKM. .. S. B : MILLER & CO. Y
- who teaching them so easily how r
were
r'H 'litter of kittens were drowned, oxygen for the! life of the little water- Osceola County, ..'1' being very much In the way, and when :Iwellers, and are in turn nourished by not to be afraid of death. He says Orange 3-1 .. 1841-
across the valley for
that as they came
returned her the carbonic which the animals "
r Toanette grief at their gas attack he could a in Lake 4th WHOLESALECommission
, the see man epaulettes -- --
_.", f absence knew no bounds. supply. The snail should not be forgotten (the captain evidently) takingthe Volusia 2.1 Nov...
i. Going to the top floor of the tenement as it is a part of the economy of loaded rifle from a wounded sol Bretard Uh '

p f house the cat acted In'a peculiar iature, and performs the scavenger's dier who was lying beside him loading Ut Monday in after NuMruiber.C0V the 4th. Monday Fish Dealers.

, t manner, part very well in eating o3 the dis- them as fast as the captain empied
:. -. She looked down, pondered a while jased portion of the plants. Star wort, them. And he saw too, a man in civil- T SIGNAL SERVICE DEP1. 7 Fulton Fish Market, NEW YORK.
ian's clothfs-the same man who had J. W.CRUNK..... ........ ..__ ..observer
oxheart tweet flag and brook
and milfoil
then deliberately leaped over was ,
jumped off his horse to pick up a Observatory at Jupiter IbletG01 SPANISH MACKEREL, SHEEPS-HEfiD BLUE FISH .
,
a dashed to.death. on the pavement be- mosses are the plants best suited to a ,
wounded man as they entered the valley *
HOUSE SERVICE.
T LIGHT
r fresh-water aquarium. POMPANO RED SNAPPER. GREEN
low.A -lying on his face and firing very TURTLE ETC.Promptly
Uut House at Jupiter Inlet.
cat always fans on its feet but
,
Tounette's bead struck first for she deliberately Sparrowtawk li Speedy.When rapidly. Aud every time he fired a savage JAVES A.ARMOUK ........_...._..Keeper Stencils Furnished.! IMOtf
the sparrowhawk is swooping : fell dead. Soon the crack-crack J.A. WELLS............ _._.: leI AaciataDi
doubled up her feet and < of the Winchester ceased, and there BENJ.WELI.S... .......... .. id Assistant!
would not be saved. lawn on Its prey it cleaves space at the was nothing left to show for the superiority
speed of'150 miles an hour. of the Anglo-Saxon race but U. S. LAND OFFICE.J. .

Tfc. Caterpillar's ...ele.. n hundred Matabele warriors who Palled M.BARCtL ._ ...... ........ .. Regu-Ur SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
The common caterpillar has more Some Insects are in a state of maturity to Join in the war dance that fol- N. D.WAlKWUllilIT ..._._.._BereiteOflitva SUN tl

CPa) two hundred. muscles thirty minutes after birth. luw\d. -- -- at Gainesville, t londa.

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J.:. ; ,:, C.. ... '1 hiE TROL sttA, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA E THURSDAYa MAZ"cii 9,1899; i :

.!' .:;.' .__.m. _._..u..

Ji '> .3 THE-TROPICAL SUN. exclusive of lemons, limes and ol her . . ;;. '
DEALER '
Heater Paper of Dade Connt ,Honda. members of the citrus family. E. GRUBER HARDWARE
!; f;. ". > THEY SAY i .., _
Tbateuch 101e
: naa the status of the ,
.
: 4 TROPICAL SCI PUBLISH COMPANY .
. .
.1.1.
citrus fruits in .
COY L LMSTCAtP. the above date i UoLrlous. !@ ;: : 'T "
c1.d' s ,- G' hllUmtO avIHV THURSDAY, : That plain language is not always
!, At WUT PAUl $LACr,DADI COUNTY. FLORIDA.V What i fe the status of said fruit at I good language. FURNITURE

t it' .. aVJCIIPTIOI PIIC!."2.00 A YEAR. this date? The solution is, 75.000 That they have to furnish interpretersfor

% ?X>tmd it the tatofficc of Wed Palm. Bach boxes of oran annonlly since 1895, Boston witnesses in Chicago courts.
0',', u second GUM autler. c..1r..rosA All Kinds f hat 0i*.
,=" .' and this because the aforesaid orange That some young ladies don't countenance eMStuosxew
SUVA Tiswtn.Baa, *' tack sa4. aw.
;'TB.t1UDA Y.,MARCH 0, 18119. : trees were not in their kissing while others g'adly furnish
proper
All Kinfcof FishlB TaeUe @dft4
!geographical or latitudinal location: the countenance. ? ..4 frttec .

uaI1JIe It ns. .IS J2&IM EaasrM 00.......
AQAW PALM BEACH is KXPEBIEKO- I That the Counties of Dade,Lee and That God never answers prayers that -} Glassware,LupsaaaLftmtMaa, BarrisM.....*tM&j Klxri tttitiIliad
.
j jog the largest kind of a tourist season Monroe together, with the southern you can answer yourself. h Ortor 61.a ........ A........ Iraq

:+ end again our ears are regaled part of Brevard alone are suited to That the less conscience you have the -

;- ; promised; and prophesied increase the developments of the citrus family sounder you can sleep. ,
ly does more harm than a race between N. VALENTINE President. C.H.TALBTTO8 'Tmtftr
,
< : of accommodations iathoway ; and in this connection we boldly That in old times to snuff a candle ,

: oj additions to the Royal Poinciana make the prediction that the next out accidently was a sign of a wedding; borses. VALENTINE PRODUCE CO.
of win
That
man sense torn nonsense
a dj Inn on one side, and an entirely ten yean will see this part cf South That now days to turn the light out

r new :structure with anywhere from Florida without a parallel en the intentionally is a sure sign of courting. into cents. ESTABLISHED 1870.. [IXCOIPOa4TE2l1
That the writer of discontent depends
ft, ibnndredtofourthousandroomsrof western continent in wealth population That some people have lots of dollars our -
neither on season nor weather. 262 Washington Street N. Y.
the intelligence and refinement. but still need sense.
: .. other-any.thing to tickle the ,

-.c!of the hundreds of disappointed South Florida, while old, is yet anew That nothing but a full stomach can of That virtues.one. vice will cover a multitude Refers by permission to

,."visitors: turned away every day from region. .Remember it is but]jnst cause a contented mind.

the Mecca of their Southern pilgrimage changing from a wild forest ocupied That Agui&aldo forgot it was loaded. That the principal hand, on the helm Irving National Bank. New York.
now seems to be Dewe,'. First National Bank St. Aegmtiat, FU.
.. jointly few cattle That
by a men and the boarding houses are'convincing
.e.II' That Job was only a fair sample of patience Bank of Bay BUcayee Miami. Fla.
e Seminoto. Its capabilities are unfolding arguments in favor of housekeeping.That e
-thete are other men that have Bradstreet'i and Dan's Agencies.
CTEB THEBE WAS a business to the world and are not yet Dewey is still keeping his repu.ation wives.

proposition that presented itself so half known. As yet it has the land of being the right man in the I That the reason women like to chew :Commission> Merchants in FrIlls I Mm.

forcibly as to need absolutely no ar the water and the climate, with just right place. gum is, it gives them an excuse to keep

game t it is to be found in the condi enough improvements to demonstrate That war is hell's camp meeting. their jaws going.

tIoae';that prevail on Lake Worth its wonderful possibilities. In That Satan appears oftener as a dude That some men want to lead the baud Represented by CEO S. ADAMS,

-, sit after season. One has but to the progress of developement, hard ban rs a demon. before they know how to blow a tin bora. WEST PALM BEACH FLJL

)rjotethe thousands that for weeks work will be required and plenty of it. That you should never set a standard That when a sinner tries to be a saint

,. are denied accommodation at the hotels It is never an easy task to clear of life for other people. he is apt to overdo it. .

'"-- because of patronage and travel and reclaim new la nd. Time,energy, That it is not what you say,. but what That woman outranks man as a fluent PROFESSIONAL CARDS. LESiiJOTICE "TlClt

in excess of facilities to house'and patience and purse will be taxed be others believe that counts. speaker. :'...1

JL '" feed the season's sojourners. Three fore the golden 1 harvest can be /gathered That having his hair cut cost Sampsonhis That money has made many a man TO I. EIETCALF TO KOK.HEPIDEHT8.h .

::0'. ''- or four large family hotels, with a cs and the laborer can sil. down i in. life; change his mind. [

'cbmmodations for people at from f 2 the shade of the tree which he has That Absolom lost his life by not hang ,. That freedom is no excuse for not do. ATTORNEV.AT. LAW Cirmit &rtsI.t
' NOTARY PUBLIC. Cord I1.d J Cb'
:. to |3 per day or |12 to $18 per nurtured, and enjoy the reward of l his hair cut. ing your duty. Will practice County,Slat*aad radars (1',1'Ii1rlJ4. pDIJIf'iI1.tb.

'week,could do u paying business for hislong efforts. That woman's work is never Boned That Germany wants to bar out everything Cooru.UND CASKS A SPECLU.TT. I. c 4&rPy.

j. five months of the yearand for three Florida is no garden of Eden. An especially biscuit in the center. of ours but our money. Office TmoPKAL Brent IL CUM
, That true religion cleanses the body as WM Palm Beach. Dad CoatLynit, rda,
: months could be rushed to the limit the edict has not yet teen revoked That a diamond is M.WIUUM .

This statement needs no argument "In the sweat of thy face shalt thou than its always.worth more well as the soul. S.Lisv.a4 i.4 M. tanr6r.re '
setting. W.
POPE Inn*. Vissia v.BUCSMn :
eat bread here elsewhere That indifference can come the nearest FRANK ..M414 ;
r i<. 1tbsell4videnttruth and to open 1 applies as That can't mend SAUl C.
I you your manners
the
I c one's eyes and think for one minute I Idleness, ill directed effort or listless with a needle and thread. I to telling truth. ATTORNEY AND COUMELLCS AT LA W. IL&rQ'I.Quua J

,::' '. s a practical hotel man would be con' repinings at the conditions of nature,, That doing your duty should always II I. That only\ detd fish float 111 East Bay Street, H. Htt.1a.It .

vinced. Here is the opportunity ; can insure as signal a failure in this bring contentment, .1. That the smaller the fish, the quicker I I 2-5-98 JACKSONVILLE.FLORIDA sppa.rbet... 1M sdath.1 Raft.a.

where are the men to embrace itt region as in any other spot on God'sfootstool. I. they bite. Taylor: aoBettor fer tMttetew* to tteabxwautlwt 1,
That some people mind other people's That only men of sound sense and good ,.*-,Qa' ..... a Auks
ALEX St. CLAIR-ABUA>)lg, ..."M.Uat.a........au..........,. ,
business to the neglect of their own. understanding have discretion. 1
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OM( )
ALICIA HEBALD. yMm UM tkraM..MUitttl
VACCWAT10H STRONGLY URGED. -t.TTnllll......-'l..l.TI"W..-.... .., tI.A---b..Jw---f-----.. -- If____."ww ,..lf4Mfthe Uu._ -a .,
St.Augustine Fla., Mar. 6, 1899. JACU01l1'IU.Z. FU. dty.sa..ear...... .. Mkbtpat Ski .

la its earnest and laudable desire The following article appeared in Practice la all the Ortutt Courts Slate sad CkarlM H.Uayim bOM ...1M a...1 treatp. .
FederaL (31)'.,.,t MMMUMI*t tkt Sits .. ,
to avail themselves of
possiblefe. the St. News
every Augustine a few weeks
nvrwa.&ad
122998. that UuwtdetMli .
naa **to
-' mynas to prevent smallpox or other ago. written on the ame abject: EPIS CoPAL9TO aslant; art that Um la ape eoa to U*
"' disease from becoming prevalent or i State el' riMtd DM MTTK*......WM eg**
rvoor YEXSCS ARGUMENT. TT c. IIOOD.M. D,
.ua world...
sect
( ddhmdaata,tn ttfbw
i '.pdemie) the State Board of Healthhat
Editor St.Anmtlne News: .... s.1.PHYSICIAN ...
Issued the following important In forwarding- these lines for pub AL AND SUXStO. IIIJ&b tkmtora.*...that tte eat.l *.... 1

... ants to appear ta. ........ k3.l ....
djeular, .signed by Dr.J.Y. Porter, lication the writer be it understood, Office and Sestdenee near Royal Polariaaa j
is land plalatta tto .....tItW ewes .. U.
Florida's moat efiicienthealth officer no agent or speculator. Oh, Hotel,PALM BEACH. SiytD 1
no! he is an invalid ud has no enemies FIRST H030AT IX AFUL A.D. [tin
BE HELD BY THE LADIES OF THE
{ OFFKK or TBK STATE: BOARD or to punish or friends to enrich ta ....
B. tabs Ot taM 4aIt .l we ...... :
' HEALTH OF FLORIDA, }I IJaekRonvilte. by said publication. 1l. POTTER, M. D., al W oaDoe.l...din M.w eeWtf4Jtiq

; March 1,1899. he horticulture has had and in aboricnltnre. +1)0111 *: (Crinitii! *: Mission+ 9-28-93. PALM BEACH. FLA Ode snooty FIurWe.
ai
t years practical experience } ) h lartkw..*..ttt tkto.f4>r rf..V ,
". To. all Teachers, Superintendents ofPobSe in North, Middle and South I Beatfcw W"b&M to TM TI. r... set aMwpapcr

;' .. 'and Private Instruction, Florida therefor believes his rght .THOMASOX D. D. 8. pvblUMd at W. H Pal. lr.rl
t School Boards and the Public Generally in this instance is to speak the truth. D.A. Dad ( ).sty.norw..... aWr1 W lutetbt.xatM
the whole truth and nothing bat OF WEST PALM BEACH .Itb.
,
Office Comer aeaulU.A and Olin.
: YC. .
' : the truth let it hurt whom it mav. DaM,and ardent at Jtacr h4e easaty
*" "Indeed that are dark and tricks .Ji -IN- WEST PAUl BEACH FLA. Florida,tab r..art 30th.i..&
Your attention U respectfully in- insincere most of the Florida editorsare AU kind of modern dentistry kwon to tk

'.' Tiled to the following requirement ol peculiar." The great freeze of : THE CLUB HOUSE, ipedalty.profession.Teeth Uold extracted crowa u4'withoat bridge-work ptla. a tort A.F.QCIM1T t1ftd r..... .
heralded
: 1895 was through the Florida
the State Board of Health Florida:
Office
, Boars: etoua.mBEdato4p.a
newspapers, not as a calamity by
T 1: Rile 55. UNVACCINATED PUPILS any means but as a substantial tPefcnesbaij, (Eljursfcaij qnb 5ri U/ J -

: : NOT TO BE ADMITTED. blessing by all means. (Give me 21L. NOTICE TO NON ICCIDEN fa.I. .

Superintendents: ci all Institutions of blessings straight.) Again the edit MARCH 15 16 17 1899. f DANIEL,
I learciag. and all School Boards and or of the Jacksonville Times-Union- s .
Principals Schools,In this State, Citizen while writing in his peculiar DENTIST Omii Cotrt. Sttntk JIdkW CJ,
la incorporated cities and towns of style will not admit of an orange tree sailelTrWsisudfbrD O'I/J..
ores J.QOO inhabitants are forbidden killed by. the late freeze. They BEAUTIFUL PIECES OF COCOA INDIAN RTrBS.FLOUUA.lJMt l. LTd* e17.

? to admit aa a pupil any child or per were singed he says,but not killed.
SOB who cannot produce satisfactory Oh holy Moses! what a statement to Artistic Needle Work and En btoidet Srtrau A. Maya i. r. 1
publish! he writes B. MOSES L&Monaa4'nuCUoDOLI.
; evidence of having been success-: Lastly the or- WALLACE
folly tacrinated.In ange must be a side ..
as plain crop''Experience as tne nose on Articles both Useful l and Ornamental."ladies' ) ) 8uccetor (o A. W. Robert, ...
jriew of the continued increase ol the face of a Jew, demonstrates that REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, WnouM & Lam. -a M.Lumw. F......n

smallpox in almost every State of tropical fruits and early vegetables Agent for West Palm Beach Tows Lot, also Waaaai W.BLACKMU d .1I.rtt.

',: the Union, and its prevalence in'Tar- cannot raised In be profitably latitudes higher or successfully than 27 }fan)? jourqal"6alleri| of picture Clematis West Palm NOTARY Arenas Beach,near PCBUa Water Oil,Works..Street. ,aad Xtuja CuauMH. (XBUCTHU ..

: loos parts of Florida, attention is directed degrees N. True it is, however, in 5-21-97 West Palm Beach. Florida. HAtaax.
the latitude of Palmetto Manatee Copies of Work by Noted Masters.
to thU section of the State ,
County, this State a few It app.aria|from ta*afidaTlt rf KokC t
Health Regulations and its immediate oranges since '95. groves This place produce GUY I. METCALF, Taylor,coHcitor lot tM coatptateaaU ta tteaboTMatttkd

Hiforcement strenuously urged is 30 minutes south of latitude 28 de- Ice Cream Sherbet Confections cause. than WOUa S.Ltami
Here also NOTARY PUBLICFor and Ida M. halos an ever Iii aft ot !*...
greea. early vegetables
recommended ,
It U flJ.o rarnestly .
ty-ont(It,year that they aoaroidrtUof .
seldom
In
are a success. the lat- the State of Florida Largt.
'-, that al this time the clause reading tude of Tampa, 28 degrees, orange CAKE and TEA Served Each Day. Deeds,Mortgages. Leases and Contracts of the state of Florida, sad amour Mldwt
r. .'In locnrborated cities and towns of culture is a failure, and pineapple i Dratted.Conveyancing ul the city oT Maciaaw.State ol Uirfclfa*:
i. cnltute costs too much to be deemed n a Specialty. that Charles IL Hayd. It wftr tte ... *ttweatyoB
orer'2,000 inhabitanta" be d 8re- profitable.Just. Proceeds to be used for the Finishing and Furnishing of the All Wort Guaranteed Legally Correct: .(tl)years.a aoa-rMklrat .| ...
Office
In TROPICAL Srs Block.
Y' giirded-in order that the rule may of the cost of raising f New Mission Church. West Palm Beach. Dade CuUllt,. Florida. State IVrida. BEd tkat ate rwW. ae*to IB.kaowa ".
to alb...aid ...
one acre, plants included 1000, that t. h M Brno*
be moregenerallnltsoperation-aud what a contrast between these and ..A.'r l' la tk State of Florldatkerkofabpeasupon

: that every school, both public and the Miami country; in the later T. D. BROWN whom wo ..111I&4 lark ......" *rdthcroftaem.

i' private\ irrespective of size or loca place better pineapples tan be raised .
tor one-fourth the former cost, Bre- ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. It b therefore order tau tte eats dr....
eon nt once make vaccination a ant do appear to.M.cr tte MO rf
yard Dade and Lee Counties aloneare GOING TO MIAMI P Plans and specifications prepared. coaiytetala
NONRESIDENTS.In .
TO
::' pre-requUlte to attendance,upon the suitable for the successful cultivation NOTICE Jobbing work given prompt attention at the aboT atltie4 Yew apes tte

. {.. part of teachers and scholars. of the citrus fruits, and early If you are, don't bus transferticket's Shop on Datura Street. FIRST MONDAY IX APRIL A.D.1SW: ,

r Jt is hardly to again vegetables. Here the latitude is on the train. PatronIze Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Circuit the same belay the laird day of said assjk,
.:.. r"" necessary more tropical;here,too the peninsu the "Outside Hackmen"-their carriages of Florida,in and for Dade County. I FRANSUX SHEEN. GBO. O. BUTLER- at tte offlct of tteckrk of said eoartta Jiau.
:::- dw 911 upon the advantages of vac la is nai rowest and the Gulf and fa Dade County Florida
\ the right hand Chancery. QUEEN & BUTLER
are on as
the breezes you
measure ocean sweep Ireely, on It ta farther ordered than
elution as a protective tab ender uf U
,<
: account of the lessor d itance. Winter out the gate. They drive home
go FBASKLIN SHIES, ) CIVIL Ucatloa to pabtMMd u Tai""PIt'.InI.
SURVEYORS AND ENGINEERS. a
{ c against smallpox, but the following as understood at the North, is teams and are not in the transfer vs. newspaper p bbti 4 at We* Pair leash
extract from a recent circular prepared never known here. WILLIAM S. LJXTOS,IDA M. Office at Went Film Beach Dade CoB tT.FtoiUa.
'; { combine. AU the outside carriage oact a week tor toar
Lands subdivided and
forakhed.
Y legal map -
t Numerous lakes, varying in sizes Foreclosure .
the State Health Officer ol l LIXTOK.ABEEN W. Selecting and trading lands loeat- COll8ee1ltl .alto.Cate .
by
-.f drivers are familiar with all places
I from two acres in extent to the great BLACKMEE, XELLIS: C.of Mortgage log and estimating timber a specialty. Done and ordend at Juno, >uW toner
Alabama is so much to the point Okeechobee-the largest lake in the cf interest in the town and surrounding BUCltYE,an"CHARLES lul and correct work guaranteed. An coin Florida tab Fell,.." 10th,IBM.
, that it is here reproduced. State-dot its surface, and cover a They are com1teoua II. HAYDE.N. mnnleatlons by mall receive prompt at ten
x country. tion. Mam and Blue Prints at Lowet Prt.ees. A.r.QotxbT ,, .
of this -
t'. Let what this boon great part area. and polite and will treat WEST PALM BEACH FLA. 11-7-85 at l"Jmt) a CeuI.
; '" asses great All of these conditions unite to you It appearing from the affidavit of Bolt R.

: r.::_ has done: give this portion of South Florida its right. Taylor solicitor for complainant in the :..
.- -: incomparable climate. Inquire for R. J. MATHERS, above-entitled cause,that William S. Unto OEMINULE BARBER SHOP.
4 Tkre died aanaally,from smallpoi. to ev
, f.'. Billion ol inhabitant. The proximity of the gulf and B. S. IRONS, and Ida M. Llnton are over the age ol twentyone Notice to the Stockhodervof { *
_
i cry ocean;the Gulf Strum, which sweeps SAM'L ROUNSTREE ((21))years that they are non-residents "Wm. Schamlt Proprietor.Formed .
= Btxura! After down the west coast, around the nl the State of Florida,and are now residents ( ; at Hotel Royal FoincUna. the
?o rf LoeatttiM.Bwewlea. .Taerlutlna raitlnatloioravta cape and up the Atlantic Coast; CHARLES GOSSMAN, ol the city ol Saginaw, State of Michigan
.
.
", .... ins Florida
AustrU ___ too Ml1M the sea breezes and the vast evaporation L. K. JEFFRIES. that Charles H. Hayden U over the age oftwenty.oe Only White Barber in the Town. East Coast Telecom Co. |1
> 'I'rt-Itll._ __ 14.04A from the inland lakes non-resident
{ .__ modify (21)) years,a ol the West Palm Reach Florida.
5.403 gas
the heat of summer and the cold of State of Florida and that his residence la no-
-
5.811
'' Ktela Austria lint Under the
s., _: rrassta((Eastern)_ 8.831 M winter and give to the Southern LEGAL NOTICES. known to alii anti that there Is no person in laws of Florida, before: the
:. f'j. lI< , opeah r"..__ 8,128 2" ful climate to be found on the American upon whom would bind such defendants,or must be tea per cent of the capital stock
- "" continent TO DEBTORS AND CRED- either of them.It BURGEON AND PHYSICIAN.Also' in. Ai
NOTICE paid
truly our
Very publication of
.t yours notice to
:. In conclusion I will say with the la therefore ordered that the said defendants
JOSEPH PORTER M. D. a Specialist' in Gynecology apply for charter hu beta
Times Union and Citizen, leave orange do appear to answer the bill of complaint a sufficient
f t$"; State Health Officer.THE and early vegetables to their Xotlce U berth given that all persons havIng in the above-entitled cause upon the office and residence at the Seminole Hotel, length of tune fa the newspaper we ire

, legitimate place as a side crop. And any mand, against the Estate of James FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL A.D.1899 Room 3. 8-9-99 now ready to organise.
. tt then plant tn their legitimate place C. Musky decoased, are hereby notified to You are therefore
'i ;; COWUfi CITRUS FRUIT BELT. the Queen of fruits the orange, and present the mto the undersigned,duly authenticated the same being the third day of said month requested to remit
r. at the office of the clerk of said court,In Juno, twenty-fiye per cent of
t the early vegetables below latitude within the time prescribed by law,or your subscription
" ac.. this notice w ill be pleaded In bar of recovery Dads County Florida. First-Class on this the fint call of stock to the Treasurer ,
Enrro TBOHCAI. : 27.Are
U is further ordered tbat this order of pub-
not the above
M.
Previous to the cold wave of 1895 one hundred proofs? worth And all persons. owing said estate are required ]Heat Ion be published la THE TKOPICAL Sex.newpaper s B. Lyman Esqn at Ltata&s.
arguments to make immediate to Fla.
-i' of Florida soil payment me. published at West Palm Beach
tally 56,000 aerra was ALICIA HERALD GEORGE W.LALNHAKT
,
St Augustine Feb. Dade County Florida ones a week for four Job Please be governed by the
j. 21st. Printing foregobr.
.. under bearing; orange tiees, and as 1899 Executor..f the Estateof consecutive weeks. Yours verb truly
I.
James
C.
. ,\ 'many more acres were coating into Kinsley. Done and ordered at Juno Dade County TUI P. B. C.
,> at that time the yearly Went Palm Beech.Fla. Florida,this February 20th 1899. TlulaO1
tearing
; At the Sun Office. P. IL LOUD
.
t' Your / This l tkij Uiu Jay of Janrary,A.D. A.F.QCUIBY, J2 Secretary
Seqd 5&e $uQ Job Waft.
j li. Jif'ld wuqqotedau5OOOOOOboJei, r( 1899. i-a6. S!9 CU-rk Circuit Court. Miami FU., Fchtntry 37, 1899.

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:sQRIEso12P; "Orderly ten Paymaster Martin I 1[ -
: DEWEY.-
:: : wish to see him at once" said Admiral AUSTRALIAN CORAL REEF. 'THE BOYNTON!I'THE BEACH '
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-.: Dewey. and the orderly sought the I I ;;
HIS)
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,: c HISTORICAL LANGUAGE .IN :THE paymaster with a grin on Ma face. A, Twelve Hundred IDles Lone and Oa. .1 A pleasant and convenient hotel just .
; : ... "- _!l I-MANILA BA,!, few moments later the paymaster very the World'. Wooden. built and newly furnished, located on .
S-' ; 'to ''ii' i". "f'i ,... ___ .f much pleased with being accorded the the ocean beach in the town of Boynton. PALM BEACH, FLA., ,, lJ
} : I That great barrier reef which fringes miles south
honor foot of Lake Worth twelve
( ;. -; reul_ .e"* U.i. "U.IIII'JarWle: I. of visiting the quarter-deck the of Brisbane : Two doors north of office.
if ."- '>?&lea Ia Ute stood before the admiral and executedone coast of Queensland north of Palm Beach. Can be reached by F. post
.
:: ; FUUpplBM_ ExUBde4-C of his best salutes. i I in the'direction of Torres straits, E. C. R.R. or by hunch, sail boat or

F. ewaaPaJ1llU&erlalleUe4Vaifera-CJ.' "Paymaster .Martin,** said the ad- must always rank among the wonderS 5!earner. BREAKFAST. LUNCHEONS AND DINNERS AT ALL HOURS
: : JMU to*aaldtov With I surround.
r.':' Whbkmi. __ mimi In his chilliest tones,' "I think ,. of the world. For 1,200 miles the coral A quiet place with pleasant ,
;;-- ',." : New; .stories':"about. are drunk. logs for parties who wish to remain for -
:" ;' Sear Admiral yon anhnalcula have raised a solid protec- First-ClasB Chef,CuUine and Service.
the healthful climateof :
.r"..- .'=- .::. .\ Dewey comes across the Tactile with "I beg your pardon, admlraP-I as- ( tion against the rage of the ocean swell "a period Southern to enjoy Florida from the Private Parlors.
p' : away Dining ,
-: every steamer and Baaing Teasel hailIng sure yon I am not drunk-I-I-am perfectly at a distance varying from twenty to hnrlv-burly of large, fashionable hotels.
:-:, : from the Philippines.. Each addli sober," stammered the pay i 150 miles from the shore leaving a No formality, no stiffness everything '8@*Orders Received for Dinner Parties of Any Number and at AU Ham.. "'@I
A ,- tion to the supply of master under the blow his .
aneedote on hand staggering
''<"' I I comparatively safe and calm inner passage pleasant and sociable.
reveals the hero complaisance ,
of lIa.n11&.1D a still received."I ;
and v
I the Good large, pleasant rooms,
suitable for navigation by
: :' -? moreattractive light, and establishes "still think you have been drinking I north homelike table service can be obtainedfor .$$ Wji\lNf
::- him-more firmly, In the heart..of his continued the little man In spot largest steamers on their voyages $2.00 day and upwards. Special :
:
i., countrymen., He is known as an ex. less white .for I can't believe you and east. Sundry channels penetratethe rates by the per month. HOTEL HIBISCUS, Palm Beach 7'l

: ftptlona.Ilmode t man,..with,an un- would come :abroad this ship sober reef at Intervals and whole fleets Call address for further particulars
.
; or i A :New hotel, OBth urn* IU of Lake W rth aM rr ... :
t:s' : waited stock of cool courage /"a high- wearing such an outlandish uniform.Go of trading schooners are regularly engaged Fla.I Polnclaaa; .S. O per Ur and.pw arll. a..U.CILLKV: ,.. *, ,
: THE BOYNTON
strong temper'a keen sense of humor back to your ship, sir and don't let amid the Intricate labyrinth of Boynton, :.
.. and a. regard.for his personal attire me ever see another violation of orders coral islets. HOLLY INN, Daytona'raclBg i '

' which' possessed by almost any other like this. Those who.have seen the skeleton the beantifal Halifax Bl,,iflacrt btrrrl r.....!. th* stairs at". .
: .- man,' would make him, known 'as a madrepores and branching corals on JCBT OPENED- perdayan4upward.THE e. U CASH EU,JU-....... 7.. "? '
v: :- dude. All of these traits may be detected Among the volunteer officers of the l ;
: in the following stories. *_ army was a captain in a California regiment the shelves of a museum can form no : BUCKINGHAM, St. Augustine. '1 :'J
-z. of SCHMID'S CAFE. .
beauty
: ': Several weeks after the memorable whose mustache rivals the conception of the surpassing ... .. >
ottite Aleaxar,Pone LOOB and Ca! ., aid ataonff ibm tfat p&tij j
:.;,.- ,,', i,battle between the two fleets a corre whiskers of Paymaster Martin in its the living organisms vigorous at or S3: .50perd&&ad.pward. WU. P.KKXSET. M*
afr. fr
MEALS OR tCKCHES: SERVED A LA CARTE :
!' ; :.spondent of s Chicago newspaper, for bushiness. It spreads over his features near the surface of the translucentseas. ___ :

: : ; whom.Adnilral Dewey had-shown a from his eyes to his lower Jaws, On the ebbing tide we find Oysters All Styles and at All Hours. r; send for booklet. a-z C. HOWE, Proprietor. T

: strong, liking visited the flagship. and reaches back to his ears. While every description of animated coral . .!,. . . . . i f\i tfNi>i-i.i-ij
.:: I "Admiral I wish you'would tell me ashore one day the admiral saw this growth exposed, from the rounded Weekly Meal Ticket on Sale.ESCU1SINE .

i what'yon said during the fighting on : captain at short range and his keengray. masses of brain coral to the stag's horn AND SERVICE UP TO DAn -- -'--
_; :: the morning you entered the bay" said eyes shone with unusual brilliancy -
madrepores those of corymbose form
,. thecorrespondent."Nearly all great as he turned to a brother officer M CeMtifal UU W ct*
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"., and too to mention. C H SCHMIO Proprietor .
J a variety numerous ,
naval'battles have brought out'some and quietly remarked: *the "a ,ruwuw

;_?. :..P. utterance, from the ,victorious commander ,"It isn't fair to fight the Spaniards The brilliant coloration of the myriadsof Chase Building t.1ematItlAve., HOTEL 'THE E PALMS"a. ,. polyps includes shade from ETKE.
which has become historical with that officer. every -
WEST PALM BEACH. "
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t and I would like to know what you "Why do yon say that admiral?" the more somber brown of the fungla fat
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said that can be preserved lit:--" I I "He's in ambush all the time," was tribe to delicate lemon yellows, lilac If, .ik W..P..
;. -Why, John- can't for the life of the reply, and the admiral's Joke had pink, rich green .Interspersed with I
: i 'me remember what I said during the circulated throughout the whole fleet golden hues, apple greens tipped with FOR RENT.MANATJAPAN Address liTHE PALMS" WEST PAUl BKACH, FIMIOJU f f, ,

.frflght. ," the admiral said, knitting his before night. violet, bright red chocolate purple and
brows thoughtfully. "I was so busy, COTTAGE, "
blue. The various
even aggregations
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-? you know that I paid no attention to A naval officer who has just returned of minute vivacious animals possess (12 Boom FurnUbed),at A New House .... ,
anything except the fleet" from Manila brings with him a good
and think of what said," all modifications of radicated inflorescence HYPOLCXO BEACH FLORIDA.
w Try you story. It is customary when men-of-
1: there is a good story In the fight that war go out for target practice to stow ; some have club-headed tentacles palm Beach Cottage

t : .has never been told. away the china and glassware of the i others expand in a feathery fringe Thto house occupies: the most unique location

Admiral Dewey thought long and ship, which are 'likely to be broken while the number of rays to each organism On Lake Worth,
r earnestly, not that he had any desire by the concussion that always follows varies according to the families Fronting both Ocean and Lake :

:. to glorify himself, but simply because tne firing of the big guns. When one and genera of coral classification. Will Open Dec. 15. .
in tbe midst of tbe Lamest Coeoannt Grove ,
he wanted to the correspondent.
oblige the for
rifles
of the thirteen-inch on
These of the too
gardens sea are iu the l'nltd State Ocenu and Lake Fish
I Finally the correspondent suggestedthat ward deck goes off it feels a. If the ing. Sea Bathing. No Fogg. Climate I'nirarpa -
beautiful for words. subtle transit-
the admiral's staff officers might vessel had been struck by lightning, By .;?e&; Ayplj to Fi"E Minutes Wa1lt from the Royal! o1noiana. I
Into
ions the corals
lime-secreting
recall something of value aa a historical and to save breakage fragile articles .._ _____ _2 ___ ______pass_ __ .JOHN1. BROWN... Ae-ftnt.. .... .... '. -
utterance. The idea was at once Similar iu! uncovered sea anemones 01 resplendent --- --- -- -0--- .
are packed away. prepar- Hates, $2.bu per Day Special Weekly
Fla.
acted upon b; tie admiral and be told tions were made for the fight at Manila kinds and the reefs swarm 2-2 lijrpoluo HtMI.'t

his orderly to call the officers. They and when the battle was over and with 'numberless echinoderms, nudi-
presented uiemselves, two young flag the Spanish fleet was destroyed it took branch mollusca, and parti-colored Address--- PALM BEACH

lieutenant, who have the most pro- some days to get things reaajusted on fishes of most extraordinary shape and

found admiration for their commanderthat the.ships and restored to their proper size. Everything In the tropical seas O'DONOGHUE Palm Beach Florida. "*
can be imagined. places. Two or three days after the I
assumes a striking brilliancy of color
"31r, Scott can you think of anything battle Admiral Dewey noticed that an ..-
I'said during.the fighting said,Admiral article of table furniture in his cabin and the twenty or more kinds of holothuria THE ALL 'ROUND

Dewey addressing the junior officer. was missing and called his Chinese are not the least Interesting THE EftRMHN HOUSE

"John wants a story, and I'd servant's attention to the fact. The among the organisms which abound.As >

like to help him out. I don't remember latter calmly replied: "Alle light Me the beche de mer, or trepang these PHOTOGRAPHER.Has Is now open for Winter Travel. _

saying anything worth repeating, do put him 'way so him don't get bloke marine animals constitute esteemed BEST OK ACCOMMODATIONS.-TABLE BEST THE MARKET FfOfUH. _

: your. while you practice on the Spaniards. gastronomic dainties In the celestial -B.ttw tn Connection.- _

peating"I hope it,yon sir"will lAid excuse the young me for officer re-, He come back beily soon." marts, the importance of the export come to stay in West Palm Bates Reasonable. Short Distance from the Depot.

ft faint twinkle showing in his eyes. An Eptood of the attlefteI trade to the government of Queensland Beach and is now fully prepared to Address Mrs. S. E. EARMAN, WEST PALM Dt.\( tI. F.LA.
"Go on, Mr. Scott responded Admiral being proved by statistics. Over a _
Dewey. "If'you can give John a Just below the stone fort at Caney hundred vessels are engaged in the In- do work to gratify his patrons. -

story I will thank you for It." sitting in the middle of the pineapple dustry. The value of the prepared is.
Reasonable Rat
"Well sir, do you remember when field, I came upon a pitiful sight-a I article is quoted from 30 to 150 per Boarding at

we:were turning the second time on i soldier sitting on the ground, holdingIn ton, according to Its quality and kind
the figure 8 that you noticed the Balti- his lap the head of a poor fellow and good annual returns have exceeded MRS. JAS. McCANN U prepared to accommodate; board*rt at her -

't more been was ordered going further. away.than,had who bullet was had literally gone through shot to his pieces.head,One another ; 30,000 for the beche de mer alone. Mio, opj. Masonic Bloc, well, known boarding house on Clematis 'Ave; clo8( 'to FE.C.y.. d/pot. -

that wen," re- through his lungs and chest,
"Yes, I remember very.., -
'AI1nIral-Dewel. -- tearing a horrible hole, from which the AndieBce on Wet Faint WEST PALM BEACH. -- CALL ON UEK FOB RATES AND BOOMS.--'-. ., r-5tt

tried. "Well sir do you remember what blood ,poured at every breath. lie A Kansas City theater was thrown
almost dead, and breath to the for the initial -
you said ai soon as you noted. tne position was every open public per-

.___ of_ the._ Baltimore sounded like pouring liquid from"bottle a formance of the season the other day Chinese Laundry GREEN LAWN COTTAGE.:
"No I have forgotten everything and his comrade kept the files before the newly! repainted seats had

About that except ordering a signal of from his face-, that was clotted with become thoroughly dry.. It was a warm U. First-Class Accommodations: for a limited number of Water Visitor

some kind to be did displayed for the 1 Bal blood, when and dirt the,poor and fellow waited.would Occasionally groan- day and the consequence was that WO KEE Proprietor. desiring Large Airy Rooms, Splendid Table Service Home Comfort

_; ,,timore."Yon said What: 'Whats sayr the matter with a bit louder than usual the friend when the play-goers prepared to depart and Quiet. Rates Reasonable and according to rooms.

:. the. blankety' blanked inapt Is the would change the dying man's position at the conclusion of the show they Shirts ........ .......... ................... lOc, MRS. A. L. HAUGH, PROPRIETOR, West Palm Beach FloriCa:
.. blanked: blank ft blank coward? Tell but he held.. him as still as be ; found themselves stuck to their seats. u Ojwu Front,......-. ... ...... 2 fur 25c'' .

the blankety blanked Baltimore to could. I Each man and woman upon gaining Collars......,._......_.'.,.....,;...".......24c ........ ...
Close up. Blank him tell him close up!" "Don't suppose there's a surgeon freedom by force, bore the imprint of Cnttn.,,".". ................._...............5t
.. Admiral Dewey looked across the about?"-be inquired as I stopped.I an opera chair design finely executedIn Ladles', Shirt WaisU... ._,..__,..........15e
bay toward the City of Manila a mom told him there was not now, but red paint. The manager of the -"T' NEW SEMINOLE I HOTELOnly

I. ent and flecked ,the ashes from his would''"Well be" he later.remarked quietly "don't' house told all the people to send,their FIRST-CLASS WORK GUARANTEED.
cigar. The young officer's knees were decorated clotting to him, with name
tremble, and the correspondent -I suppose they could help him. He's'bout I Banyan Street WEST PALM BEACH.
beginning was to beginning to wish he had gone, I reckon." i and address attached, and that he 2-2 Brick Hotel in Town.
search for The breathing became 'weaker and would have the garments cleaned and -
his
Dot been so persistent in
a historical utterance. when their the gurgling fainter and fainter as the returned to' their owners at his ownexpense "WEST PALM BEACH FLA
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grayish pallor began to show throughthe I Mathushek Pianos ..
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was broken by the a4mll'Alturntns
suspense _ _
blood and .
with a quiet smile and saying; finally sweat without and dirt a tremor and breathing, Tbe Herb of SIcUy. Are Hanos With a Name, THE I]1Tflj p Has recently been completed, built ia the most * "Let's look at the signal book for ( ULIJUIIIULIj.stantiai
that morning. That will tell what I ceased. The soldier held his burden a Sicily abounds, in aromatic herbs; Pianos! That Have A Reputation manner and elegaetlv famished: litwteA

..,.. .. moment until he saw the end had the-- neDuermint., the true mint-. and- -- the. seuuuu ftft_, .ft lu _uuuc.ft ft 'l'J.. .. .aic..... th.HUD. on high ground fronting Lake Worth and commanding a magnificent.- uuobsvBcU

-The signal book was quickly produced come, and then laid his handkerchief large coarse mint which is very hand- kind that have flood J.UCJF the test of ed view each way and guests enjoy perpetual breeze* fnnn all dirt't OD..

and this was all that could be over the gastly face and gently let some; the sage the thyme the vermouth -
an.have satisfied the most Cuisine and Service Strictly Fint-Cla&a.
the !bead down to the ground and time ;
found referring to the Baltimore: the rosemary, the rue, and a
,"Please close up!" slowly got up." asked. dozen of high medicinal value grew critical musicians in every way. Rates: $2 per day ud up. Special Bates ky the Week er Ecati.

Boon after General Merritt reached ,"Know"My brother him?," he I calmly said. And wild in profusion In the south of Sicily, They Are Not GEORGE ZAPF 1
'
Manila be began to experience trouble : then he filled his lungs with one long, and every poor Sicilian connected with old style pianos that have been 11-4-97 Manager. .

with the Insurgents. Agulnaldo was dep sigh and gazed off to the hills fora the country understands how to make rented for years and then offered .

not disposed to pay much heed to theseneral' moment with a Tar away thoughtful decoctions from them for, the cure of "
bargains nor are .
as ,
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orders, and the general complicated look and I could see that he was i the dreaded fever which is, however, "great '- --------.0

matters more or less by endeavoring looking straight into some home and not prevalent In most parts of Sicily they "cheap, low-grade"pianos IT PJITinfin New house; bedaccornaUtbLI

to with avoid the any Insurgent clashing forces.ot the wondering what mother would think. except in the marshes. The towns, if male to sell "at half price." I P Kt \I.lI Hil TEL I I I East Coast; table fint
The American situation was becoming somewhat Leuon* lu Philippine. their sanitation was better would be Every Piano Is New, ." U JLlJJlJUU convenience and comfiirt; hot and cuLl

strained when General Merritt sought Both the soldiers and sailors from very healthy. and every ,part is made in the baths; modern improvements; in center of the famous pineapple section dolt

ft conference with Admiral Pewey on America are having hard time learnIng Beggar Worth $:OOOOO. MatUushek Factory, to the Inlet; fish and oysters in abundance. .

the Olympla. The general and the admiral to pronounce Philippine names. ,. The wealthiest living professional which is a guarantee that it will TERMS MODERATE.
J discussed the situation at great Hundreds of those. Who have been
Simon Oppasich was in 1893 last a lifetime. -----
special attention beggar,
length, the former giving there some weeks are still strugglingwith
to the question of Jurisdiction the name "Cavite." A prominent sentenced to seven years' hard labor Why Take Chances J. L. JENSEN, Proprietor,
In the Philippines. At last General officer calls it Cavity as if it were a for perjury. He was born without when the Old
Merritt put this Question to the admiral and those who stick to Caveetare feet or arms and his physical defectsbrought on cheap pianos JENSEN, BBEVARD COUNTY FLORIDA.tif .
hole
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anil TOaliaKla atlincliolr
nan
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hundreds. Occasionally andcash. auu "' auueava tan u.
: numbered by the him exceptional sympathy Don't fail to at when visiting the iHdiaa Knrtr.
stop Jennea '
: .1617
"Admiral, how far, In your opinion, a man Is found who refers In 1880, at the age of forty- bought at prices and terms to

does your jurisdiction extend on the with familiarity to the place as Ca- seven he had saved $60,000, and in 1SS8 suit you? There are more than ____ __ _

Islaadr vltty. But the real way the old set he had by speculation increased his for- 15,000 Mathushek Pianos in
Admiral took two short turns on the It Is "Kay-veety',, with
before answering. Then tlers pronounce tune to $125,000 in cash and some $200- the South. "You Should Have thtRAVELER.SII'EW
_ quarterdeck the accent on the "veet. ,
and Parenzo real "
Trieste estate.
in
he said: Corrigedor, the island at the ent- 000 One. '
_; "General my jurisdiction extends rance to the bay, which played a star i Since then be has quadrupled his Genuine Mathushek Pianosare MANAGEMENT,-
from as close to shore as I can move part In the accounts of the battle in wealth by trading en the Bourse. only sold by

.p these flatirons," pointing to the American May, Is another hard one.. A good FELIX GARCIA, Prop. Jacksonville Fla.!
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fleet, 'to as far Into the island as many dodge it and refer to it as "that Spectacle for Hormec. LUDDEX & BATES' S. 31. H. .

I, ,can. throw. a shell. Island out at the end of the bay.' Spectacles for horses have been pat. Fred Kahn, )lana er. -
Is'- thIng whIch But others sail in boldly and call It ented by an inventor, and are being 29 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. Electric Lights, Electric Bells., Baths. Complete IYice.

: pleases If there Admiral anT Dewey one it is neatness Ker-ridgey-dor. ivor-red-a-dor is Kor-a used with considerable success. Their I The Best $2.00 per day Hotel in Florida.Take .
is
but the panlsh way .
been known favorite, object$ is not so much to magnify objects
has-never
,- to dress. He reck-I-dor, with the "reck" softened a car at the Union Depot and ask the Con.lactor to top it the Tr4f !crJl9)
bad example in this respect, as to make the ground in front of
to set ft. If started to
say
little bit as you
: and is regarded by his subordinates asft "reck," but quit on second thoughtThe the horse appear nearer to his head G. W. IDNER & SON, -

fashion) plate for the American navy. Philippines as it the than it really Is, The result Is con
Spanish !
I One of the standing' orders following say tinual high stepping, which, after awhile
.L the establishment of routine duty in last but the syllable English were call pronounced it "pines."peons Luzon becomes natural and gives to Jewelers Chas. N WelshansSTATE

the fleet when, there were no more is simply Luzon, but It doesn't rhyme the horse an aristocratic gait which h* ,
requir-
was one
fight
Spanish ships to andOoticians. .
"
1 aliao, the capturedgunboat for
to their white \JulformL with "boozln will retain many years. .
-k in.r ait officers. wear -c-- -- } -
f *#* w>* ---- whose captain hadn't been AGENT FOR- ;

:t One day a certain paymaster namediiartln. reading the "extras" and didn't know Migration of Batterfllea. .Souvenir Spoons, Sea Shells, .
who ia afflicted with an abnormally war had been declared, sounds" as If it One of the most beautiful sights in Curios, Novelties, Toys,
bushy growth of red whiskers were spelled "Cal-yow.. the "Cal" the world is the annual migration ol Lea'her Goods.

and figure of pronounced rotundity, rhyming: with with"how."sal"" and the "yow"rhyming butterflies across the Isthmus of Pana Musical Fishing Goods Tackle and,Strings: Longman & Martinez PaintsLime

visited the OlympIa on business As connected the- Panpy, the home of hard words to ma. Toward the end of June a few Photos,
his department .
I with mounted the gangway he pronounce, Is called "Pa-nlgh" with scattered specimens are discovered flitting Stationery Ink, t '"

paymaster by Admiral Dewey and a the accent on the "nigh." Iloilo is out to sea, and as the days go by DEPOTDAtLPAPEP.S.. Brick Shingles,
seen NEWS
was There are lots of names about July
gathered on the brow of the el-o-eel-o. the number Increases until
frown of the fleet Paymaster Mar- I that can't be pronounced at all and 14 or 15 the sky Is occasionally almost Cement and Coal Tar.
autocrat laugh should be changed to Deweyville, of these i. Fine Watch Jewelry RCDairin
tin was a sight to provoke a Schleyborough and Sampson's Rest. or (obscured by myriads frail' 1 ( [
He was arrayed -
from a ship's figurehead. iect$.
Let the
in a dun-colored salt of duck a other catchy names. Span- .t"lroot door North of Entrance for Sickler's Peerless Cement Plaster.
Agent
lards and natives wrestle with a name Sriuimile Hotel, ';
>> to
woven undemst resembling a Suicide at one tim was very common I- 99
)loosely
for awhile .
Schleyborough anthey'U
like
showed beneath his Jacket the Brahmins of India
sweater they picked (;..t such among WEST: PALM BEACH FLORIDA.
be sorry St. Jacksonville Florida.
13 South 10.21.93:
and on Ills head was one of those clrcumfer-ew rmoua names for the Philippines as Paran- who held the body in contempt, regard. Hogan ,
with a .
cork helmets and Calle de Bayambayang. Ins it merely as a covering for the soul 7

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.' : THE TKOP'ICAL :SUN, WEST PALM BfcACH.VLOfclbX, THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1830.

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ONE WAY TO COLLECT BILLS., IT MIGHT'HAVE.BEEN :
.. CITY MEAT MARKET
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f.
k .OMENS. B.w a Good'Looldaf Young woman ,May
: "Dolce far nlente-a sweet doing -DEALER 15-
!). CUllwd to Advantage
nothing. I shall pin that to the catalogue
* ." "Speaking: of collecting bills," said I of memory's pictures painted E WESTERN; t FLORIDA MEATS,

' ;.;. 1 the man from the West, "we have a here" ,
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most effective method in Chicago. She looked up at lilm and laughed. POULTRY, BUTTER; and ,EGGS. I

li" .. Their met then parted and a' .
There instead they'em. eyes
. of young men .
e }j', ploy young women. I tried it myself, vague sense it anticipated loss came : ,,- Game! .in.eason. J. MENDEL, Proprietor.
to de
him with the realization of her
: f:, MORNING ROBES' and it worked Uke'magic.. A fellow i parture. ", > 2-1999 WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDANEW

.: ,:. by the name of Green owed me a small I "You will forget all.this. As for.me, __ i i -"g' =1
Pretty GrftMfol
M4 :
:
:' < : Design UUM Near Ia bill, a matter, I think of $17 or so. It I will only be one more in your collection -
B4rMTw'. )Ul.rUl Erred.'A seemed Impossible to make'hIm pay ." he smiled evidently a willing and STYLISH =- I

morning robe that Is both pretty it. so I engaged the services of a pretty victim. r- <, ,
'-. ,and graceful to slip on while arranging and stylish girl I sent her around to "Collectlon-of sticks she Interrogated
,tw'to1lette Is made of light weight langhlngly.- DRESS GOODS WRAPS AND
called
his office. He was out. She ,
"
; >flannelette striped ,with a broad band "You are unkind," be protested. A ,,
cf oW' rose and a tiny one of green again. He was still out but nothing "You think then my remembranceof '4'y .LADIES' NOTIONS

, $o t background of pale yellow Nine daunted,, she made the third and the a charming Winter, like pricked :. JUST RECEIVED AT- j
yards material are required to make* fourth call. The fourth time he was bubbles will vanish into space?" .

'. inch a gown for a person of medium in, but he firmly refused to pay the Her face flushed and a shadow deepened I
r; (eight >irlth half a yard of rose green bill her brown eyes. She caught her THE HONEST PROFIT JjOUE

cr deep cream brilliantine for the yoke 'Look here Mr. Green,' ,said the breath as she crushed the laces of her
tad band around the foot of the skirt. gown against her Elde then she went
girl, 'I will make a proposition to you.
::;Thia morning gown may be made on on: I
It you will five .cents a day on ATTENTION .MERCHANTS!
par
:
y;. % wrapper pattern if care is taken to "We've seen each other every tiny - < '!
curve the seams so that there will be I I I I. bill I will call each day and col- If only for a few moments, during

; ,; \I' graceful, dare In the bang of the that amount until you have paidIt nearly two months, meeting with per .GivI ( j
in full' fect frankness and. I thought friend .,,. THE MIAMI BOTTLING ,WORKSIs
"But Green was a hard party. He ship. If I. has all been insincere, t "" 4

again refused, and the girl left the.of .shall forget." prepared deliver, EXPRESS PREPAID, to all responsible parties j
"Insincere?" "You have made me
flee crestfallen. The next
day apparently she did not call at his office, but care too much. But in the North there BOTTLED SODA, POP. GINGER ALE, etc.,
will be other interests in your life,
c she did call at his house. The door crowding me out until I shall fade Patronage of Dade County Uerebavts Solicited aad Satisfaction Gmraautd...-

was opened by the servant into the dim corridors of the past. C. CASTELLANO Prop. 3liA3tI./FLA. J
'Is Mr. Green in?' asked the young She noted the square, strong chin I n-24-tf

woman. and mouth and the little wrinkles that I' 31
'No. ma'am. caught around the smiling eyes. He tp

,T "The girl left but it seems that the could thus lightly toss aside the recollection : '
servant duly reported the call of the of drives of wheeling down :1 it e :,' .' LITTLE BROS. .
ta t- shaded country roads which were he ...
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who ,
; : FdU. pretty and stylish young woman had said "like a benediction," and the : J.-
was so anxious to see Mr. Green to his evenings when he sang with delicate .
wife. The next day when the young insinuation and emphasis about "you FERTILIZER and PHOSPHATE COMPANY

woman again called the wife hung over dear," and "love. All these thoughts ,
the banisters, taking a peep at the pricked her mini. If, she could only

. caller on her own account, The young forget him! Jacksonville, Florida.If 3

woman asked if Mr. Green was in. "Iteally, you seem most insistent to
become merely a polka-dot in my memo
'No, ma'am, answered the servantbut 1
t his wife is.' The wife had told ory. Don't 'you think, even then you are requiring Fertilizers for Vegetables,
could always spot your"Jest -
her to say this, of course. If must but stay, ah, stay, '
you ; SUnmi Pineapples, etc., write to us and we can give you
.."" "'His wife, stammered the girl. !. fair lady, on this perfect day! I prom-
.. 'Why, has Mr. Green a wife?' ise to do anything-say anything, if 'f' more value for your money than any other Man

r" "The wife, hanging over the banisters you will not go" '
I S heard this. She turned pale and You wax quite poetical." she"said, ufacturer or dealer in this State or from any

irk 1SS gasped for air, while the girl distress, seemingly for sweetly.the second"There verse""Thanks is the silver moon other State. Write for pamphlets!, prices, eta,
and
much confused
\ very for the suggestion"-rather to above address. 61298GEfl. !
ed at her discovery, went on down the stiffly."Come. .
steps and into the street. It 1s im- ; my hostess will think I am "
:
r possible to say just what happened at lost. ,J' L -

? :{ i that house that night whether pokers "When a woman will, she win.

k I" and curling tongs were hurled, or the He reluctantly followed. They walked chance:todo" Your"

furniture torn from its foundations and home through the spicy fragrant < :H. MALTBI.n'RA
melancholy soughing fill- > -
whose .
rt fro,. I Hung'madly about or the roof raised pines ed them both with an undefined sad- .. ,
f. rS skyward; but one thing I do know- \

!. .- S_ the next day Green promptly- paid the ness.'TM.......... mast tn> .D---..y d-bv.-".. I- leave-- ,on--- .---.-T"R'R.---:-..,'IN... ..
t VOKNIKQ: KOHL |17. And the girl didn't call at his the. early train to-morrow, and never s

i UrL 'The sides and back of the waist office for It either. He came around see people at the station. It makes me

fro 'ftt !dosely while the front falls loose. and handed me the money himself, and blue." FURNITURE WINDOW SHADES
li ; ,A cord! to match the yoke finished he seemed to think he was getting off She stood on the step with one hand i ,
;' > with. a large' round ball confines the at that" extended. Looking up at the little re-
pretty easy
robs at the waist bellious curls blown about under the MATTINGS jf OILCLOTH.
The brilliantine yoke la'almost round wide, black bat he felt an Irresistible ,
and the neck is finished with a band of The Firit Elevator. desire to touch them but only raised I .'
material ribbon. The Elevators or lifts, as they are calledIn '.'
the aame or her hand to his lips.
stares are very long and flowing England, are now considered indispensable "Auf wiedersehn. You have givenme 0 IIfFUNERALSUPPLIESIN

lightly' smaller than angel sleeves, in high buildings, but on the many happy nays and I shall al- 1":2: :STOCK,
and Uke the foot of the skirt are board- European continent they are but seldom ways think of you in this lavender : r
'lred with three-Inch band of the brllAfc i found, even In the better hotels. gown me violets of these saucy, nod- ;<'J" '
w4gtine. ding feathers-just as you stand., You .: .j'.; I Practice tho Latest Methods in Embalming the Dead.
This is the more surprising since the ., ,. .
will surely come back-to us? .. :;;-
Ere>l.K Coiffure. invention originated in central Europe .

R The ostrich tip has superseded the The earliest mention of the elevator is Smiling"Perhaps.bravely, she went_ wearily up Masonic Block "West: Palm h'j'rla.

aigrette,In the evening coiffure. As made in a letter of Napoleon I, addressed the steps, then paused. Taking a few :
tore Illustrated it should droop over to his wife, the Archduchess Maria of the violets, she kissed them, and .
the bang. The hair must puff a little Louise. He writes to her that when turning, called to him. He came back.

;"..,f back of. the ears and under the knot, In Schoenbrunn then the summer residence Somewhat confused,'she pinned them Do You Want aWe : )'

of the Austrian emperor near on his coat. STEAMBOAT': : ? l
/M "They really belong to you" she explained. have them to Sell and if we have!
Vienna, he used the "chaise volante"flying i
** .,, none on hand to suit,we can build
: l t ( chair) in that castle which had The moon was hidden and he could Just what you want. 1

been constructed 'or 'Empress Maria not see how pale she had grown. GoIng -
Theresa, to save her the annoyance of to her room she took down a photograph O. r: We are also PreparedTo

.i climbing up the long flight of stairs. It softly whispering: "To have ,, Furnish I
consisted ofa small square room, loved and lost!" Both hands suddenly ;
furnished with pressed against her throat and the
sumptuously hangingsof .
red silk, and suspended by strong tears .blindly unheeded as she sob- Pumping Outfits for Irrigation.Write !
tied on.He -
t ropes with counterweights, so that it knew be would miss her. She
.5 r a could be pulled up or let down with had been so jolly; always ready for a i
S jjJFI great ease In a shaft built for the pur-' dance or aide; knowing his favorite or call on us for Anything in- ,:
pose about 1760. The great Corsican music and songs. Now that was all Our Line that you need.

mentions that when he first entered the over. Rummaging through his desk he

;S "flying chair" he was asked for his finally found a little package of notes. Merrill-Stevens Engineering. Go. 1

;: ft, 4frV weight and that of his two companions, Leaning back in his chair, he carefully ", .
the elastic around them and
removed i
probably in order to employ the proper leisurely read over the lines. Out from JACKSONVILLE FLA.Jacksonville I IU'24
,
1x counterweights, since' it was difficultfor
fluttered a withered
the sheets of one Sun
J the operators to stop at the right violet. It fell unnoticed to the floor. The Tropical .98 PLC Marine Railways. I
point unless weights were about even. In another be found a tiny spray of .

.,., A similar elevator was built in the jessamine. She had worn a great I
t castle of Duke Charles of Lorraine bunch of it one night. These few he

about the same time, but this one was had begged for and and been denied 1
morning, when his request -
the next
f until
( simpler, consisting only of a chair on '
r, was granted with a few penitent
. a platform. words. They had been at the opera,
and under the magic of the music he Job Department 1 ;
.---- About Mo qnlto .. looked Into her eyes startled by their GlkEtt G. ST Ott1YI. r

Mosquitoes, it is to be presumed, exist deep intensity. He could see them j
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.' for some useful service, but what it now. How really dear she was! Ah
OSTRICH TIP ODI''vtad 'I.
', t 9 v Is is known only'to entomologists. To well, she would come again.
; ; the fashionable, curls must fall OBtte the majority of people there is no information He replaced the notes, struck a and F-; Groceries L
should be longer
':: 'neck but they them match carefully held It to a cigar,and Staple U
regarding so welcome
as Heads
tan here pictured if the neck I is very Prints Letter ,
' ton;. the fact that they are gradually being unfolded the evening paper.
r t exterminated by the advance of civil. -- Note Heads
,, } 1'.111. and IU End. Itlack Ssa a I'olton. Grain and all Food Supplies. 1
ization. This being so, it should ,be
i" Fashion Is a two-fold movement. In The explorations of the Russian StatementsBusiness i* -1.
to those : :
interesting who
dominates additionally Andrussow, have establisheda
its large evolution a type scientist -.-
i- ,. !04 some generations or so, with modIcation !- live In districts where mosquitoes very curious fact The black sea, Cards \I
f so show as to be unperceived abound to know how their departurecan which in some parts has a depth of COUNTRY PRODUCE tt i f
the result of social conditions prevailing be expedited. Permanganate of more than 6,500 feet is poisoned by Bill Heads .
\ in the civilized world forming the potash, says a medical paper, can be sulphuretted nydrogen wherever the Always Fresh,Kept in Stock. -1\

I> sift that is referred to above that is used against them with deadly effect water is deeper than 1,200 feet This And all kinds of Fine Stationery Your Patronage Solicited.- f : i!
; Dot controlled; in Its special action it accounts for the curious fact that thereIn ,i,
la a variation from season to season Minute parts of the crystal are sufficient no organic life below that depth, !
tad from day to day a constant Individual I for the purpose. One particle in excepting, perhaps, some bacteria of 4-14 West palm Beach, fla. ,1 Ii

creation on the same general 1.500 of solution, if distributed In very low order, impregnated with sul- Are You Supplied? ,... :

,, theme. 'J.hI'lIl'COnd movement is theme marshes, will render the developmentof phur. The causes for this phenomenon ,, ,
that Is popularly recognized. It is larvae impossible, while a handfulof are explained by the quick outflow j E
IDs to woman's present social status permanganate will oxidize a ten- I of the fresh water through the Bosphorous ., !
which forces her to constant effort to I while salt water coming from '-
acre swamp, kill its embryo insects, Give us a Trial Order I
c. Mt herself off from other women or I the Mediterranean enters through a
I to emulate other women by her dress, and keep it free from organic matterfor I deeper current into the depths of the
:f u marl are forced to emulate other thirty days at a cost of 25 cents. Black sea. The waters on the surfaceare MRS. J. HANDELSnAN

y nen'or to distinguish themselves from The same authority Informs us that therefore, controlled absolutely by ,
be mass of men by force or by intellect only two and a'half hours are requiredfor horizontal currents of considerable --
,. ..The end pursued by both is a mosquito to develop from its first force, and vertical currents which' And We Will Formerly \ RS. J. FRANK, has returned from New York
singularity; that is to say distinction resembling cholera bac- might carry the noxious gases from City and is now ready to serve lady and gentlemen
speck
from others, and with women distlnc stage, a the bottom to the surface and fresh customers. Come to .
Boa by beauty. teria, to its active and venomous ma- oxjgen from ,_e surface to the bottomare .
turity. hardly ever noticeable. The waterat
Canoed Pratt. great depths is now so saturated THE BOSTON STORE
Canned fruit should be emptied immediately To Remember Faces with sulphuric gas by the disintegation -

after opening. Often a most ,To remember a face, as a person Is i of organic matter sinking to the Please You..
aangerous acid la formed by the chemical called, the rule is not difficult to fol bottom by reason of its weight that nosh HEADQUARTERS FOR
action*of the air upon the solder or other living being, which needs
of the cans. It Is this acid. indeed low. Pick out some feature or pecu- i oxygen for its organic system, can ex Ladies' and Gents' Shoes Dry Goods
whjca responsible for much of the larlty by which you can distinguishthat list beyond a seated depth. Millinery,
ftvfudlM a canned food. Many face or person from all other facesor Ladies' Sailors and Waists '
i tf in* reported accidents have been persons and associate the name with hewing JllaeI1ID.... ,-*
traced to this form of kitchen care- that feature or peculiarity. No two 1 More than halt n million sewing ma- Furnishings.CLOTHING..
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_"ea. countenances or figures are alike, and hines are made every year in the '

Clever Girl. it is by noting how thsy differ one United States bin:: nine-tenths of H. : '
IflM Ltxzle Lesdener of Cloud Cliff, from another that you will remember all those made oa tte globe. About I
200,000 persons ae: employed in this
' Ok. has raised a company of girls I them. I industry. ,
,whoa the rails rough rlderv. They -.
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art all equestrians and sharpshooters I When a rich girl has kinky black hairit I The first weep:cp willow in England I ru
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:IEPWOBTH LEAGUE II THE SUNDAY SCHOOL '. ENDEAVOR TOFICS

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YME LEAGUE :TOPIC FOR THE WEEK LESSON XI, FIRST-, QUARTER' INTERNATIONAL v. p a c. e. TOPIC FOR THE WEEK BURKHARDrS West Palm Beach, Feb. 16., 1899.

BEGINNING MARCH 12. SERIES, MARCH 12. BEGINNING MARCH 12. Here' a Urt .4 These Gooda altogether |

,- -' THE DA1NTEST COOKIES. finer than ordinary beat kinds In
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Whk CeataMt *r Ww. K.9r Pkbu-r. TegetKer With C.ra...'Prepared W s.K. .
Ceaanla by a.. -Jaher-hJMtI Vanilla Midgets........,15 eta.
.4 tor.tr e d& .... a4 to... ...- Flatter,for General Beading-For Con fact that are tH. Choicest Prodnct of
CkrUt Healing the Blbut Ms.. Jeba 9j W .. "
"CudMntMst"l.newshlt .. i Spiced 8 era. ...?.
la Cars IdcratloB, "ChriatUB .uo.IhJp.Jrell.
Skilled Cooks
,: UM WrrtM,"..11.t,.s, l- 3. 1.11-Geid.nTertg.Oa.Ihi.g 1 KaowWkereaa 4; 6 1s. :9. Apple Gem Wafers..... Putty
I Wa Blind Hew I gee, Job To them ia to want them ana
see ,
Without Christ we cut do nothing; II M-Craunit V..6-T. In Psalm 122 we see the fellowshipIn Orange Crisps..r (

M the taut fellowship required In worship; David tells as that he was Water Thins: ...........? are ready sellers at 20 tents per ,
Christian work la to tare the SOD of 2 "And his disciples asked Mm sayIng glad when they said unto him "Let "
Butter Thins .... ..
Master who did sin this ? ? ? pound. Right here I please note
the i'ather'within ,us, 'the hope of man. us go Into the house of the Lord.....
Stay. It to also necessary for us to or his parents, that he was born. Whither the tribes go up. the tribes of | Saltene Soda Strips... Our Price cents

: t MdenUnd fully from the first step blindrFrom' the Lord....to give thanks unto the .IlT,0. 1 Soda \V:8 f ers..... 15 per pound.
= I *. take la the dirine ute that unless the trials we are called uponto name of the Lord." Thus we see in You'll be asked that much for the <
Christ strengthens us, our efforts must go through or the suffering and olden times that not only one tribe, Advertisers Milk Lunch Biscuits...

of necewlty fail Man work will come affliction we see others endure we or the followers of one man but the 1 Crisp Cracker Pretzels commonest Lemon or Ginger Soap.

to nanjht, but the work of the Lord are often led to ask "Whyr On the "tribes" of the Lord came together.

will abide forever and when be works face of the question here asked by They did not lose their identity as \ L. W. BURKHARDT,

la and through as, what to done will the disciples, it seems like foolishness different tribes but when they went

Wand the test of time. to ask if the man was blind on accountof up "unto the testimony of Israel," they Finest Groceries.

The ant Terse of our lesson tells aswhjr having sinned when he was born went as the tribes of the Lord. So It

Nebemiah succeeded: "So built blind but- Is in this great Christian Endeavor

wt the trail; and all ,the wall was 3, "Jesus answered Neither bath movement: we do not demolish denominational Who; UsetheCOll1mnS;

I s Joined together onto the half thereof: this man slnnsd nor his parents: but lines, nor denounce different ,

for the people bad a mind to work." that the works of God should be made doctrines but when we go up I

Those word In the Jut clause of the manifest In him. to the house of the Lord together we INDIAN RIVER AND LAKE WORTH SrEAMBOT SERVICE

paragraph 'explain the secret and 1 Thus we see that what appeared are lifted above our own church walls,

everywhere to success will come to to be a foolish question gave the Savi and realize we are all the "tribes" of -BETWEEN-

tbt children of God when they trust i lour the opportunity of explainingwhy the Lord and have a common heritage

p. tully la him tad "hate a mind towon. the man bad been born blind. i In the blood of Jesus Christ: he died of TiTUSVIlLE, HOCKLED6E, JENSEN AND PALM BEACH.. -

." In saying "Neither hath this man i for whomsoever would believe, and we

OUr enemies may scoff even as Sana- sinned nor his parents" we are not to have accepted him as our Saviour. CONDENSED SCHEDULE
Ullat did and say "What do these understand Jesus to have meant that
feeble had We need more fellowship In prayer On and after Tuesday, February 14th, 1899.
Jews but if we will like Nehe- they never sinned: the thought
"unceasing" for the spread of the
mkh and work while expressed was that the blindness }
pray our enemies did .
When the
Herod stretched
gospel king -SOUTH BOUHD.-
scoff. God will honor our efforts not come from either of them sinning i
forth his hand to vex the church,
tad send as success. His blindness was .for the glory of and. "after killing James, the brotherof I Leave THusvi.le, daily except Sunday and Wednesday, 4.00 p m
They showed their faith their God. A similar Incident Is In :, : *.
by found
Arrive 8 30
Rockledge .
THE
III
John.. ...proceeded further to take : P
1I'OIt.la11e they depended God the case of Lazarus Jesus said his
and knew that their help mast on come, disciples: "This sickness: in not to unto Peter' also," he ud put him In prison Leave Titusville, daily except Sunday and Wednesday, 4.00 p In

from bio they also knew that the death; but for the glory of God, that "but prayer was made without ceasing "- Arrive Jensen, Daily except Monday and Thursday, : 10.00 m

Lord wanted to help them by their the Son of God may be glorified there- Yes,of they the church not only unto prayed God for but him.the Leave Titusville, Mondays,Tuesdays and Fridays, .. ,4.00pm

helping the aaetvea. Half of them by. fervent prayers of the righteous availed Arrive Palm Beach following day, . 2.30 p m
wrought la the work while the other 4 "I must work the works of him
half of them held the shields and that sent while It is the much, and when Herod would have
me day: night -XOBTlJ BOCHD.-
brought him forth the same night the .
tpean. They which were builders on Kmeth, when work." TROPICAL "!
no man can
the wan and the burden bearers, with "Now is the time and this is the angel.of the Lord led him out God Is Leave Palm Beach, Mondays, Wednesdays Thursday,. 9.00 a m

tae band wrought In the work and with day" should be the motto of every no respecter of persons; his power is" Arrive Titnsville, following day, e '. ,U.30pm
not confined to "the days of long
the other band held a of defense Christian. We like musf ago Leave Jensen and
weapon our Saviour he is the same yesterday and today daily except Thursday Saturday .3.00 pin'

aDd the builders bad a sword !' do our heavenly Father's will while it and forever. If the different Christian Arrive Titusville, daily except Sundays and Mondays, ,.: 12.30 p m
by their side. This seems to clearly Is the day of this life for the night (or
fly the Quaker who said Trust in the end of our Journey here) will Endeavor Societies that girdle the Leave Eockle'dge! daily except Sundays and Wednesdays, 9.00 p m

God and keep your powder dry. but soon come, when we can work no globe will together approach the SUN Arrive Titusvdle, a 12.30pmH.
throne of grace with clean hands and .
should that -
we not forget "The watch- more. .
Ben watch la rain unless the Lord 5 "As long as I am in the world, lam pure hearts and in faith ask for a GAILU.RD Mgr., T. T. REESE. Agt., CHAS. DAVIES, Ceo. Agt, ,

keepcta the city. Here we are shown the light of the wojld., mighty revival of religion we can \ Augustine Fla. Palm Beach Fla. Titnsville. Fla. '
make this old world tremble under the
that some times God wants us tq use The revised version reads: "When I ,
the thing at our command but at power of God. Shall we do it?
am in the world, and bible studentssay .
ither times be wants to Into battle In Romans: 8-12 we read of fellowship .
go that in the Greek the sense of
apparently empty handed and In in Service, and how Paul longedto .
go- the latter clause of this verse Is "I j
big forth to do his will be with them, that he might be com- ..
we are some '
am light to the world. He Is in the '
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times compelled to step out In what world to-day and the true light of forted by their mutual faith. Paul ,' -',' Florida East Coast Ry.TIME S
walked with God and was led by his '
teems to be absolutely darkness but It to all who believe on him. CLAIMIfcls.The: .
Spirit but be also enjoyed fellowshipwith ; ;
searing his voice and by faith holding 6 "When he had thus he
spoken TABLE NO. 17 IN EFFECT JAN.
the Saints.Fellowship 17,1899.
hand In his
cr we step out where be spat on the ground, and made clay
leads and be honors our trust in council helps us to see ,
)f the spittle and he anointed the
eyes our duty when we gather together in SOUTH BOUND (Bed Down). NORTH BOUKD Soft V)V
"God works In a mysterons way af the blind man with the clay."
the fear of the Lord. In Ex. 18 13-26
: No 23ixta o rl o
His wonders to perform"It Jesus could as easily have cured this No 85 Noce' ga N t&Y
we see how Moses listened to bis fath Daily !* STATIONS.JackaonTill. feu
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1 to not for us to question his man without the clay and. spittle as er-in-law and so "saved himself from w to &X00 _?

methods nor, to find fault with his with them for there was no healing wearing out" In the main points that lOOp 1SOp 820k090a 910.Lv..N.... M.M...?. r ..... 1300B 0606s
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ought to be In our Christian experl- eye trouble. So while the Saviour ......... an tea............. 4 ...?. .
we can be helped by conferring with .. San Mateo..Ar Slip Slip ..
sues will hare other will took one thing that the people looked "
we but
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the will of him who bath redeemed us. upon as helpful he combined with it which Moses appointed judged every; BEST li 1.102pl04n115pl060 ....N.. "".Ormnd.NN...... 401pIffp 5 :. ..,.,. 4ta
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receive the
tad shoulder to shoulder work In true the pool and wash it off. He not only promise so we gladly endure :; IW 185* iiOpOttp filOp ......... Royal Polnelans ....... S 1011 OOa 810p800p .,,. tKf (
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JUNIOR LEAGUE ask Jesus did
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cure with. all curious animals which man 'I'lOa 1145*11 .Miami. ...... ... Lv & 400p .t.
out putting that on his eyes which he
has come across and studied probably
BETWEEN NEW SMYRNA AND ORANGE CITY JUNCTION.
We have another lesson today from personally must wash: he obeyed none can compare with a kind of rat
Exodus just a little of their journey and received his sight found In the Rocky mountains. .a' I 2iR e. 4
8 "The neighbors therefore and T 30110.*j y......,........?.......... ffWw Sl1l'DA........?................ fi1.G. 19 p
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men them and continued their murmuring he was blind, said, Is not-this he that lately that any naturalist has studied 5 480plOOOa'Ar' .......... .. .. ..Orange City Junction...............,....... 101* / I

they began to tell what they Bat and begged?" these peculiar, little beasts. Although All trains between New Smyrna and Orange City Junction Daily except Boatey,

tad to eat back in Egypt and wished This evidence of the power of God called a rat this little animal is larger

:hey had died there. They forgot that caused comment among the people.He than an ordinary rat with a body eight Key West, Havana and Nassau. I'

all things are .poulble with Him regardless was no longer blind, neither did inches long. It is a very pretty creature
of Kw West"ef tie RorU Esd:
KIT WEST. The steamship"Qty Oas Stetiosato
of all they bad witnessed.God .. he sit to receive alms: so they asked with soft gray fur and a squirrellike Company leave! Miami for Key Wst on Mondays,Wednesdays sad Fridays after arritml iii
had DO Intention of,. bringing no doubt with great astonishment "Is tail, easily tamed and a delightful tram from Jackscnvule, about 11 )p. nu arriving at Esy West next day neon i
them out Into this forsaken land and this not he?" pet The trappers long ago gave Leave Key West 2:30 p.J a._ (standard A time)oa Tuesdays, Thursdays and earordaTB,af ,
time A connect with north bound&rIiA.
Miami Den morning
then leave them to perish. If they All who receive their spiritual sight It the name of the "trading rat." from WEEKLY PAPER dvtng ,

tad waited patiently God would haveprovided should so live that those around them its curious habit of never stealing any HAVANA. The Steamship "Lincoln"of the Florid But Coed Steamship Oomtway .
as he did, in the morning that teavedU&ual: for Havana on Sundays and Wednesdays after arrival of train from Jaosioa
can see they are no longer walk. thing without putting something In its
vile,about 11M p.m.arriving at Havana at 80 p.a.Mondays! and Thursday,
after Moses had talked to the Lord ha big darkness, but are children of place. Two yourg men camping In the Leave Havana Tuesday and frldays: at 10:30 a.m.(standard time),arriving Miss j
lent them "bread" or "manna" at the light There was a marked and highlands of Wyoming left the lid of Wednesdays and Saturdays in time to connect with north bound train.
eight "flesh" in the form of quails. distinct difference in that man's life their cracker box off one night In the follows NAdSAU. Service for the winter seam begins January 10,ISO. Proposed sattnftM.

Of this they ate forty yean or until after he received his physical sight morning all the biscuits were gone and .

lied brought them "Into the borders of but there is even a greater change the box was filled with an indescribable In The FROM MIAMI. FROM NASSAU. !

the toad of Canaan. What do wke that comes to those who receive that mixture of chips, scraps of leather I Tuesdays aid Fridays,January 10 to Feb- Wednesdays and Saturdays, January 11 ,;

[team from this miracle of "Bread from inner light which comes from above sticks bones, dried beans in fact roarj 4. to February 4-

Heaven? That God has provided for 9 "Some said This is he: others'' everything movable near at hand. The Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, Feb- Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays,Febrnary
all who believe him another kindif rnary 6 to Mtrch 8L 7 to April L
on
said He Is like him: but he said, Ito trading rat builds a very beautiful
Tuesdays and Fridays April 4 to WednUdarl.ADd Saturdays, AprQ I to
bread of which this to only a symboL -
he"What nest sometimes two feet in height April 28. April 89;

That which he has given,.1f men a lOrrY plight he would have and is very clever at storing food. It st 0I. .,.j from VI.__' .enol.... h .e .om A' da .01 _......,.._.. ...
camera -t""' eases --A'O- ys-n'- u -
tat of It in faith they snail never been in had he been compelled-tod'e- has a violent fancy for anything of a destination next morning. '
He. When the Jews said to Jesus pend on others to prove his Identity. bright red hue. Connections made at Nassau with Ward Lint Steamers to and from Santiago ana r

"Our fathers did eat manna in the They did not question his ability to ._... STATE: or FLORIDA.Advertising' Qenfuegos Cuba,on certain date

desert; u it to written 'He gave them see and fey could not doubt the The SpM*'. A.pe It*. These Time Tables show the times at which trains and boats maybe expected airta and 1';
bread from Heaven to eat" Jesus said ract that he The spider has tremendous depart from the several stations and ports, but their arrival or departure at the times
walked a
ro longer as other appetite .
unto them Verily verily i say unto stated is not guaranteed,nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any daisy or U1 ,
blind'men so some of them were and his gourmandizing defies all ooaseonences arising therefrom.
you Moses gave yon not that bread Matching at the last straw when they human'competition. A scientist who I'or copy of local tune card rill at 228! Wed Bay Street Jacksonville,or addressJ.

from heaven; but my Father gaveth Is like him noted .P. BECKWim Traffic Uanager. J.D. BAHNIR ...a. .A .,
the true bread from said "He and he answer- carefully a spider's consumptionof i. . . . Augustine.. '
you heaven for !d "I am be." So it to with receiving food in twenty-four hours concludedthat
the bread of God he
to which cometh
spiritual sight: others may quibble i If the spider were built proportionately
down from heaven and
givetb life and doubt but we can unhesitating to the human scale he would
onto the world, Jesus said unto them ly say: eat at daybreak (approximately) a Ocean Steamship Company
I am the bread of life: he that cometh \
"One thing I know, that I am he small alligator; at 7 a. m., a lamb; by
onto me shall never hunger and he That once was blind, but now can 9 a. m., a young cameleopard; by 1 1'
that believeth on me shall never "SAVANNAH LINE.
"
see. o'clock a sheep, and would finish up
thirst" Let us say as did"they "ever 10 "Therefore said they unto him with a large pile In which there were
more give us this bread. "This Is 120 birds. Yet in of his "
How were thine eyes opened? spite enormous Florida i
that bread which cometh down from
"I appetite, a spider has wonderful
His declaration. am he, settled 1
heaven not fathers did
as eat
: your
his identity although the opening of power of refraining from food, and To New York And Boston..J '
and are dead: be that eateth of this- one has been known to live for ten Rate Sheet f
bread shall live for ever." his eyes must have altered his whole
.... general appearance; so. unable to months when absolutely deprived of I :
A Short Rail Ride to Savannah Thence ; .
food. A bettle lived in a similar state .
8ssnh..... doubt longer that he indeed was the i
la Yucatan. Central America. sisters man. "How That question "how" of uurefreshmeut for three years! A Short Sea Voyage. :;-- .'

frees alike to the Is the one thing that keeps many In
precisely even tying
,' .
-5 darkness. While CM or TobHCeo by \Vrl&cl'll.Great Sailing from Savannah: ;
they are asking as
the turn of button the
of a bow. or
flower in her hair. In the tropics large to the way or the power others are writers do not always use to- Will be Sent on Ap 5 Ships Each Week 5
families are the rule. and any day you receiving their sight and going on tacco. J. M. Barrie, for instance has i :

may see in that country girls in groups their way rejoicing.his man could written much in praise of tobacco, and :

-. of from three to a baker's dozen who not tell how, but he knew it had been yet Is himself a non-smoker. Ill-health All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with sailing schedules. Write for general .
done and in the Is at the root of his abstention. Barry
so following verse
belong to the same family as their .
schedules
the other information sailing stateroom reservation or call on
clothes will show. It Is thus easy to we read: Pain on hand Invariably plication.
distinguish the members of a family 11 ."He answered and said, A man works with a pipe In his mouth and E. H. HINTON Traffic Manager WALTER HAWKINS, Fla. Pass. Agt., ..

anywhere, and not Infrequently sisters that to called Jesus made clay and the quantity of tobacco that he gets Savannah Ga. Jacksonville. Fla. 6-ro-gS '
are called by their favorite flower or anointed mine eyes and said unto through In a week would last most

color. me..Go to_the poul .of Siloam and men a fortnight." Moreover.. he pre- ,
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wash: and I went and washed and I fern an oruiuarj pen 10 a louniam-pen, '. -'
WMt r* !fcl. I. Laarn. received sight" for the reason that-as he himself says

"Tnerer! exclaimed 6-year-old Mabel We cannot explain to the world the -"an ordinary steel nib never minds Indian River NurseriesBudded

throwing down a book "I Just ain't mysterious working of the power of being used to clean! out a pipe-bowl,

going to school another day. God upon our hearts, but we show and wrtes all the better for it after Citrus Trees of every variety on Sour Osage and Lemon Stock; also fnll

"Why," asked her mother "what' them with our lives as well as tell ward." line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to this section, including -

the matter?" them with our lips that we have received Budded Mangoes SO Varieties of Cretans 25 Varieties of
"U'. na use wasting time." replied our spiritual sight and are The MlMloanrj1! (" .ek. lo-o 93 Palms Roses Strawberry Plants Pineapple Slips Etc l

the little miss; "I can't never learn to therefore no longer groping in the Africa has very nearly seven hundml : t h JOHN B. BEACH, Proprietor, :- WEST PALM BEACH,
pen. The teacher Just keeps changing darkness languages, and this fact presents FLAB'f"

the words every da,." Jesus to the light: of the world. great difficulties to missionary effort




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BETHESDABY.THE-SEA. Z R' I before- the- tired workers went home the GOD'S REIGN,OVER,TFE EARTH.SjrnopnU Epworth League Program. I I l "" ". I

sum required was assured.It .. 'i

O..t OM Thauud OalUn Betllied for. is difficult to spear of special toiletsor of -Her. 8.4 D. Paine1 Sermon, All are SUNDAY cordially, MARCH invited 12 to, 1899.come out- ; 2 East Coast Residents... ? I

'Chnreh. wearers where were so many women Preached Last Sunday.
tf EIIeeP&1 (' ;
it will do you good. i
"Each a queen by virtue ot her brow and S
The Lord Subject-"Fellowship in Christian Ser- Who visit Jacksonville are invited to visit
breast" reignbth; let the earth rejoice;let
The annual 1 bazaar for the benefit of the multitudes of. the bleu be glad. FealDiB ice. i.
the but one could hardly fail to note Mrs. 'i'
cbtcbc1 Bethesda-by-the was 107:1-2. Leader Mrs. Geo. S. Adams. FIOrIdaSJewe1ryStorO
held the third day of March, in the Casino Welsh in a creation of sea.shell pink, David,the writer of this Psalm, passed Opening song No. 178. 'If

_ of the Loyal Poinciana, by the courtesy white organdie over pink silk, with diamonds. through many vicissitudes id his life. Lord's_Prayer Congregation. ;. ,

of Mr. Sterry. It was: great sue- Many think Mrs. Welsh looks He was a shepherd boy, then a soldier Reading of lesson, Nehemiah iv: 6, 16 () as EAST BAY STREET, "

telL Only once before could our ladies best in these soft rose tints. lad, then fugitive hunted by King I, to 23-Leader. t.
:
Mrs. Stone Smith white silk with f
wore Saul, theu a monarch. His life JACKSONVILLE.
'record: such a triumph. The decoratlous1fltbebflrooznthathsdbeen kingly I Song No. 93.
such diamond ornaments. did not save him.from trouble.It .
an Prayer-Geo. S. Adams.
attraction at the german Thursday night Mrs. Dr..Hood's dark eyes and face was a pathetic scene in David's life Talk on lesson-Leader. tiQreenleaf CoJ
clear cut as a Greek coin had fit settingin &
still remained; and as they had enhan- when he waited for the tidings of the Scripture readings and talks Mem- Crosby
ced exquisite white. battle that was to decide whether he
that scene. of gaiety, so they lent was bers.

: beauty to the gathering for charity on Mrs. E. M. BreUford slender and to be king or a fugitive His own son Song No. 213. ? ...Birthday and Wedding) Presents... '
in .
graceful, was white organdie.
l ,Friday night. was the.leader of the disloyal army that Prayer-Geo, L. Branning.
The Bazaar opened, bravely but all Miss Cutler wore white embroidered was plotting for his throne and life. As Solo-Selected.Continuation () e

: realized that many who had contributed: Batiste over turquoise blue silk, lovely the tidings of the battle were brought of Story';-. Miss Annis
I
gown on a lovely girl. the first question he asked not "Is
largely to the successes of past bazaars was Glenn. '
: were B9 longer with us:' Mrs. Robert, Mrs. Sterry, and Mrs. John Brelsford, my kingdom safe?" but "Is my boy Open to visitors. FUN AND FACTS. whatever. It is strictly a home question I ,

: : '", with her taste, her magnetic attraction wore white, lace-trimmed organdies.Mrs. safe?" When the news came of Absolom's Prayer-J. R. Walker.. ,.' concerning ourselves onlyandwe .
Cragin was in a beautiful whl.e should act unit in its decision. "
death the royal father as a
:; and her social'following' ; Mrs. Barton. was prostrated Announcements.Closing Witty Sa'luzs.Inter.pened WIt ,

=.: Briggs' with ber grace and beauty, and pointe d'esprit with grief. David amid all his Song No. 13. Business. :
Mrs. Charlie Powers wore dainty pink troubles, could exclaim, The Lord Bargains. Son (with a satirical side glance)-
lira. Van whose and attractlveneesarewsomanyaboutherand J
Barton, youth __ .. League benediction. .
silk, decollete, an exquisite framing of .L n .. ...__ L . . _
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; J-; reigneia I Preaching service at II a. m. and 7.15 iiieuwenaa Better go right Home 4
: I'; her delicate, cameo-like baanty: The first thought: When David uttered A husband who only biB and consult
-,.;. ; later Mrs, Winchester and .Miss Taylor, p. m. opposed unit.-Eichmond Dig- i
Mrs. George B. Swift and her sister, ..
' c this sentiment all the nations of the 5 -
; who were men a power in the bazaar last wife's ill.bumor by silence was told patch. .II

.;c winter, -all these were missed but the Miss Brown, wore superb creations of eanb, except the Jews were pohthelsts.They PORTO RICO. by a friend that be "was afraid of his Poincuna
Royal Blossom
; black, embroidered in jet Spoon-only
'(1{ t, rnest: efforts of those who were still The gratifying success at the fancy table believed in many gods. They had wife." "Itis not she lam afraid of," place to get them--Idner & Son Go
here were splendidly rewarded. gods for all events and every occasion. Some Interesting News From This Hew' see them.
: ; replied thebusband. "It's
the noise.
;: was largely owing to Miss E. C. '.
; They deified every imaginable. thing. of Uncle Sam's.
ii There were seven tables. The 8OU1'eI Adjunct Ex.Stenqgrapher.Type
.
King. Happy the cause that enlists The patron-How's business
nir! table was presided over by Mrs. When Paul stood on Mars hill Athens -4.,

Sto e-Sa1th, assisted by Mrs. Worth- her sympathy; had thirty thousand gods and an altar to The following letter one of our citizenshas writer. Miss Quinn, The barber-Bad I I'vlI got such a j

I I I ingtoa tad Mrs. Dr. Hood. When the "Her good-day makes aU days good." the unknown god. received from an old friend _of his Clematis Palm Beach.Avenue and Olive Street West had ccld I can hardly talk.-New :

f bazuTcpe1edat4o'clocktbe table was The room wra crowded with beautiful David exclaims "The Lord reigneth wbo is now in Porto Rico, and to whomhe York Journal. i

;. full of beautiful articles made from coconut women gracefully gowned; but life: is the one eternal, invisible God ; the creator -! wrote asking information about that "Do you think a peace proposal can E. F. Haines has armed-and will be -!!

,, fibre, and cocoanut roses, etc; at short and even the patient editor of THE and upholder of all things." country. This letter is the answer he be brought to success?" inquiied the found at Weybrecht's Machine Shop j

r : 10 o'clock the table looked as if struck SUN might rebel. So to all who have so God reigns in nature., We travel to received aad it is such a sensible! as wellas Russian diplomat."It and will do all kinds of repairing-Guna, 1

I by cyclone. At this table were the kindly helped us with sympathy and yonder sun, ninety millions of miles : interesting letter and filled with so can," answered the English of Pistols iron, work.Bicycles' Locks and any kind t

, 'fbeantifel clock cases made by Mr. Mul. cheering words and money, we say farewell God reigns there. We travel to the near much news as well as good advice that statesman,-provided you are prepared Chair wheels for-3-sale.II tf.Vbo .. .j' I

ford, which, with the frames made by begging yon to bear to your homes est planet, Mercury. thirty-seven millions !- by consent we publish it in full, the to back it up with gone and ammunition 1

"' Sirs. Stone Smith were the most beautiful far away, grateful thanks, and best wishes of miles from the sun; God reigns name of the writer only omitted, and \ is Agoinaldoasked: Maod

( 'things, la the way of souvenirs, we for your own'enterprises whatever there. We pass on to Venus, sixty-nine that for good and sufficient reasons, but : enough. -Washington Star. "Why,don't yon know?"responded I

ban ever had. and not one was left. they may be, and may you all "live long millions of miles from the sun, and God we will furnish it on application.Read ""Fairbank's___L.!_ ____0.___K. Soap-2. bars' "for 50viemaus -. Mamie. "He's a Malay."
and there. We to Saturn the letter and learn facts venue supply: i store: IS tne only !
reigns some
i' The cake table was in charge of Mrs. prosper. go nearly place in town to get it. "OhyesHowatupid of me. One
f. Pendlrtoa>> Great was the dissapoint- p.. -. nine hundred millions of miles from the about our new possession: of those people who come from

.; meat of all to hear that. owing to the County School Board Meeting. sun, and God reigns there. We visit PONCE P. R., Feb. II, 1899. Mrs. Wendover-They say Grace Malaria."-Washington Star.

? ; serb&s! illness of Mr. Fendleton Mrs. Neptune, two billions eight hundred and G. W. Idner, Esq., West Palm Beach, Willings has married a man with a

': Pendleton could not be present but in WEST PALM BEACH March., 7. 1899. fifty millions of miles from the sun, and Fla. My Dear Old Friend: Yours of past. can Finest always Butter be found and Cheese at Ckmatis in the Avenue city "J
-
:'.i all the. worry and distress of her hurried Regular meeting of the Dade County: God reigns there. JVe travel to snns end January 16th I find on my desk on returningrom -I AIt'S. Eripperson-Yes, he ran for Supply Store. .
.
: departure Mrs. Fendelton had provided' School Board was held to day. Present, I syrtems beyond; to worlds so far dutan a trip to the interior.I I office once. Bat weshould be charitable. -

.' for ftr'table, and although she wasJ' J. W. Jackson, chairman A. W. Garnett that light traveling at the rate of nearly! I cannot write you anything encourage He is a blameless life "I thought you sold me that portas

sadly BisseA her charge was not neglected. and Z. T. Merritt Minutes of the last one hundred and ninety thousand miles ing as matters here have not settled mow.-Clevland lea1ing Vader invalid port! Before taking it I

Mrs. Welsh Mrs. Mitchell, meeting were read and approved.The a second and we are still in the empir down to a business basis and will not until was a well and hearty man, sir."

:,' sad Mrs. E. M. Brelsford graced the I Superintendent handed in the following of God. Congress establishes a civil government Canvas Shoes-Latest Style*-all sizes "Well, and now you are anlnvalidl 1

in God rules over nations. We see God's here. We have -Prices Low at SIRKIN'S BAZAAR.Mr. What do "
t table, and left. nothing to be desired report.As now a military more you want? -Comic

:; Its sntmeuta. instructed I wrote in regard to the hand in the bistory of Egypt, fhaldea government and there cannot be any con Meeke-Tbe the Cuto.

t *Ji.... Starry presided at the lemonadef Leesville complaint, and had the report Rome, Judea, Spain England and the siderable investments in private or public reserved his decision.paper says don't !

and candy table and with her were Miss. sent to the Hon. Chairman of the United States. God is not bn the side ot enterprises until civil government, judge Nice Flannel Suits-M U811 price-at 11"11"SIRKIN'S

r: Payne, Miss Cora Worth Cutler Miss Board, who decided to let the school the strong battalions-God is on the side with its established laws, courts, etc., see why the judges invariable put off BAZAAR.,
of right, every time. Napoleon said God exist deciding a point until the next day.
.
; Jeaaie Spaldiag sad Miss Emilie. Clow. continue for the present as the parties
.; The.utility! table was the care of Mrs. had adjusted their difficulty. After was on the side of the strong battalions; Business here is going on exactly tl e Mrs. M.-Huh! Judges have sense Memoriam ;

r Malfotd who was assisted by Mrs. looking over the papers I approved his he tried it ; he took six hundred thou. same as it did under the Spanish control.i enough to consult their wives.-New
sand soldiers and invaded The difference is U. S. By a 8.Cope.to hU beloved wife, lydla Cbp*. t
Russia Mos only substituting York .
; Weekly.Dr.
Wad:,. action. nt __ ., u -. _
Sirs.: Cragia had aim other.years Owing to'the severe cold only 23 counties cow was burned; his winter quarters destroyed troops for Spanish troops.I R. F. Whitehnrst, Specialist.AU r eo. zzna, ait. yaia cope In the 82*
; God sent the tiny snowflakes do not see much that an Americancan year of her age, was peacefully gathered
y the silver \able; and to her came her were represented at the, meeting at diseases of the Bicycle successfully
'e friends Miss Rogers who is the winter Monticello. Notes of the proceedingswere upon his retreating army and the Rus- do here at present in any line. This treated. Will be found at home, we humbly trust to her eternalretiuthearsofherSaviorwe

flat at bYe d'ete. and Miss Van Sandwoord taken by a stenographer and a sian Cossacks did the rest. God was not will be a great tropical fruit country if Adams' Bicycle Hospital.

'.-. and Miss Phipps. ,Surely life still copy will be furnished the Board in the on the side of his strong army. the markets of the United States are opento "That clairvoyant said she would had loved and served through a long .
God reigns in the church., The symbol it without the tariff wall to climb over. and useful life.
holds much ia store for poor mortals near CutuP.by the State SuperintendentThe show me some ghosts of the ..ast." -
of the church is the bush lemons, limes cocoanuts, humble tribute of respect from a
Yansandvoord and Miss de- burning on Oranges pine. "
siace MUs! County Superintendent's were "W Jl, what of it?
Hortb's Mount. It was on fire but.not apples etc., do well anywhere here. grateful heart to the reverend ministersof '
f Phipps may be watched for and sometimes :ddedly h favor of a law for compulsory "I told her I bad come there and
: seen, for their coming education with proper restrictions.In destroyed.. The church was never None of them are cultivated so far as I the gospel, to the skilful physician .
stronger than to-day. At the commencement can learn. planked down good; money td find and to the truly kind and noble hearted
the absence of complaint, I judge
; "II UMhlnelB uhad1place. Will be fjf the century one in every fifteen Coffee, sugar-cane and tobacco are the out whether I hud a ghost; of the citizens of West Palm Beach, I feel myself *
the schools right
working
are
Miss E. C.
At the fancy table were I in this country was a member of the staple products and the cultivation and future."-Brooklyn Lifie. wholly impotent to convey to yon
able to fully on that point as
: King, ?Mrs. Charlie'Powers, Mrs. James .eport church handling of those crops are away behind the feelings of gratitude I
in
; to-day one every four if not 10 would gladly
month. .
UcFatlaae, Mrs John Brebford, Miss shall visit them this need sending away from home for
: On motion the Board appointed P. C. in every three persons in'the land. the age. any boats when Capt A. T. Rose can express for the wonderful kindness and ,

MsyRuaseUandMrs.EnochRoot.Thetoytablewuluthe of Miss You supervisor of Hypoluxo No 10, in God reigns in individual life. Muchof Land is worth from $50 to $200 pet build you one as fine or as cheap as you respect with which we have been treatedever

care I Also life is mysterious. The dispensationsof acre-American money. I have known want. See him. and place your order. &ince.e came among yon two years
assisted Miss place of A. W. Garnett resigned.
: .Dorothy Hood.Smith.who was by appointed S. N. Andrews supervisor of God are sometimes dark and myste of but one sale of a considerable place "What kind of an alarm clock have ago, but more particularly on this sad .;

Helen ous. "What I do," said Christ, "thou here and that was a sugar plantation fur solemn occasion, on behalf one whose
the Biscayne No 13. you? wis asked a. Third Avenue
Back of the arches at eastern extremityof
: issuedfor knowest not now, but thou shalt know $([00,000, purchased by Boston parties. arm for sixty years has been fast lockedin
The
decorated following warrants were baker whose work demanded bis
the ballroom a sign, pres-
t hereafter." Old Jacob learned before he After a civil government is established mine to check or prompt me every
c: with a :bough of cherry ,blossoms, announced general expenses. died that all things were not against him there will be large investments-if this ence in the wee hours. step I took, and if my friends should

that here was a "Japanese Tea N.To Gantlcr whom, For Stove.what fuel purpose, scavenger AmountT. when leaning on the arm of his long-lost is made a part of the United States. If "Two years oh). fat, chubby, full sometimes find me in the wrong road,

: House" Mrs. Maddock, who has recently .work, repairing windo son, he was intrcduced to the king of a it remains as now-a foreign <:country-. I of ginger and with lungs like a !fire blindly going astray they will excuse
and-wbo
: been ia Japan has wg,door and pump mighty empire and found Joseph the changes here will be very slow. gong.-Detroit Free Press. me when they reflect on what I have

studied the country and its customs, .. No.12,and scavenger; prime minister of EgyptLet The climate is lovely. If there is evera lost-what too few have to loose; My
t aa'd brought home curios and kimonos work No.2 (col)_...128 34 Florida and Imported Bananas in any
the miu sdnIe and N. HaU. Fuel No.1 (eolJ__ 2 00 us work trust end wait. frost it is only on the extreme peaks of quantity, as usual, at Clematis Avenue trusty pilot, my experienced guide,, my

herself arranged en P.C.Jones, Scavenger work No. -. a very few of the highest mountains. I Supply Store. wise councilor my holy peace maker
made it a vertible bit of "Japonica. 11 & 1 (col) for Jan. doubt there ever being a frost on the my heavenly.minded legate or ambassador -
t 'She bad to assist her Miss Thewlis. Mrs and f eh.................... 4 00 G. A. R. Order No. i. "My dear," said Mr.Meeker deferentially -
island. I have been over the highest on high. Adorned by perfect mod.
Kinzel Mrs. Stevenson. J. F.Wcodwortb. Repairing door t S "have bead the
:" Stewart, Mrs. locks No. 15.__.... 2 75 H'DQ'RS DEP'T o* FLORIDA. mountains several times thepast three you prospectus esty. unbounded charity and true hum!!. !

: Mri Leon, Mrs.Hlllhonse, Mrs. Russell Engene Lee, Fr't, on desks, No. 7 75 GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBUC, }\ months, and while I have found an over- of the new woman's club that is to ity, those cardinal, crowning diadem of !

Miss Armstrong. Miss Gnett, Miss Bin- I. W. Jackson, Mileage and., per diem 17 00 FRUITLAND Fu.. Feb. 23, IB99. ) coat comfortable in the early mornings be organized in this neighborhood?" all other virtues. And it did appear to
dry Miss Wilkinson, Miss Clow Miss A. W. Garnet. 4 00 GENERAL ORDERS \ I have the "I have replied his her (
.... never seen slightest evidence spouse. me that whole life was so inocently
_.. .
Z. SI.1erfor Feb. 50 00
Miss Redifer Mi-s T. "errltt, No. I. [
Elliot Miss Alcott '! Postage and express 1 75 L Having been elected Commander'ofthe of frost I. "Are-are we going to join it?" inquired pure, so Christ-like that the whole ad-

Maude Stevenson, Miss Gertrude Stev- Teachers salaries were paid to the Department of Florida, G. A. R., at I have never been able to find any evidence Mr. Meeker.-Chirago Tri versary of all good seemed to realize :

:, tame Miss Florence HiUhonR. Miss amount of $1460 00 the fifteenth annual I hereby that a peach was ever grown on bune. that it would be in vain to attempt to A-
Board encampment. -
Helen HUttouse, Master Niles Welsh, adjourned. Z. T. Merritt, Snp't.Episcopal assume command. the island. I cannot find that they were assail her. And it was man aloes to see Q"
Master Frank Dimick, Master Spencer ever tried. I feel confident that thereare FURNISHED COTTAGE in this City how that
class
people both and
.5. 2. The following officers were elected for Rent; in Good Location;Three Rooms young ;
f' Lanchart Muter Edwin Russell and appointed to the positions several varieties that would do well and Kitchen; Terms Reasonable. Applyat old, clustered around her before I could II j

It II difficult: to costume our western Fair. and they will be obeyed and designated here. I have written Tabor for some this office. 23.2t realize the cause. And whatever of I

maids of a totally differently, in garb respected trees to try. I think that almonds English
is
good to be found in me, it is wholly !;
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of accordingly: "I thought your doctor forbade
of the Orient but occasionally a face walnuts and many valuable crops attributable through the blessing of
Department Commander-Edwin Kir- to smoke?" j .
lends itself to the likeness of 'Madame next week have been selected as the that have not been tried will do well you God, to her wise and
prudent
;
fftterfly"as ia the quiet brunette beauty days for holding the Church Fair to be by, Fru tland. here. "He did." ment. And I do most sincerly govern that i. I

of Miss Ateott and Mrs. Russell, and given by the Ladies linild of Holy Trinity Senior Vice Department Commander- Labor is cheap here-about one-half "And yet you're smoking?" her sacred mantle pray
rest the
may on
one !
oeeuliarlv b the case of Mrs. Hill Mission of this town. George A. Brown. St. Augustine. what it is in Florida. It is good: labor "Certainly." ..1..1..... _._. 1.1.. L.LI.a__ a_ ____ ,., ,
UU V I !unu ID mourn nis irreparable .
i.M1se. In violet kimono and with pink For a number of years a handful of Junior Vice Department CommanderF. and while in many things different f from I "i1d: (; it happen?" loss and on branch of her !

earnest workers under the name of the G. Parcel!, Tampa. I feel of could handle it every
blooms-in her smooth upmlled hair, ours sure any us "Why, I changed doctors, of lineal descendants as on
Ladies Guild have been working Medical Director-W. H. Cyrus, Pa- every truly,
Episcopal
and arched successfully.If
with cured: red lips eyebrows course."-Chicago Posb. humble; honest.hearted Christian both
.\; her face made one thin oltheoat constantly,but quietly in the hope of latka. ': this country opens up as I think it far and near. In
of which Sir Edwin Allen wrote some day having an established" church Chaplain-S. D. Paine, West Palm will there will be opportunities for men Latest Novelties in Dress and Dry memorial writing this short ...

..,-..IOB peed Ita perfect.nape." organization in this place. First they Beach. of your knowledge and ability. If I can Goods-at SIRKIN'S BAZAAR. All there was no studied to do effort to was make required.
was
Council of t true
Administration
j AU the children in gay little dresses secured sufficient funds to purchase a : serve you in any matter here you may Reed-Ah, I see you are busy. copy of the original
lot; then they continued their efforts until James Bell, Gainesville ; D. Lechleit- rest assured I will do so with the greatest for ?
about tie room, among them little Helen Writing publication There was one feature ia her characterthat
the neat little the ncr, Palatka ; Geo. H. Matthews, Day-
they saw chapel at pleasure. If I had money to investI
HiUlonse who was the tiny Japanese i Wright don't knowyet.-Cincinnati at first was not at all
tona W. H. Cook agreeable to
corner of Poinsetta and Evernia streets ; Pomona; W. J. Allen, would certainly invest it in a suitable .
"111. of the ball" The young ladies but which
Enquirer. me, I had to become
; : recoa.
I erected-a monument to their earnest lacksonvi:1e.Delegate and f I
location for an orange grove plantit !
all the
Served delicious tea evening, seated tiled to and make
\ .. to National Encampment- Manicure see; Shampoo 502. Electric preparation for, that
perserverance.Now the chance of the future. I
now on
flour after the of this
.
the manner
become
oa Massage. Medical Nurse. Miss Quinn prominent shortly after
W. W. Hunt. we were
chaireM people or pointed out curie, i that arrangements have been Alternate-Samuel W. have a full belief in it being a good II. Clematis Avenue and Olive Street, West married, and that was always to have
a
aad were always unfailing attraction. made by which the Mission is to have Fox Jackson vestment.I Palm Beach."Grauloust".
complete supply of
>- Near the close of the evening Mr. Gor. evening services in their chapel, it is the ville. hope to remain here for some time suitable for garments hand
exclaimed of our funeral
Assistant and I one the and I doubt
in of this tireless little band of Adjutant Assistant Quartermaster and if I see anything that I think would
whose speaking purpose
do Brown fluency whether
.General-S. W. Fox, Jackson suit I will let know. guests of a Chicago wedding. "Whois there was one day for siity
bad amazed us all the evening, women to work to the end that they may you you
Japanese years that they were not ia
ville. that readiness Ifrequired.
?
trying ,
-
I sincerely .
gtooj and announced in excellent English secure funds to finish and furnish the interior am yours .
Hp Inspector-G. H. Matthews, Daytona. "It's only little sister"
of the chapel. p *- my repliedthe
that be would sell at auction thepicture .
i A. D. C. and Chief of Staff-H. C. First Shipping Cl rk-Have you son of the bride. "She With gratitude to the many kind
by Mr. Jefferson, and The establishment of of young
painted places
; worship people of West Palm Beach
Clark San Mateo. heard that Robson ban got sacked? and apology
kind) donated by him to the church, for the several denominatious represented I always cries when ma's getting mar for the seeming tardiness
3. Headquarters are established atFruitland. Clerk No. Is of this tribute
: wika be (If r. Brown),proceeded to do, in this town has always met with Second Sh'pping:; : ried."-Town Topics. to my departed life-partner
Fla., where all communications I am
,
fact? I thought he such II
that was a
.euingftkumehundndand fifty dollars. the encouragement of the townspeople: should be addressel a Boat building done right at home in Yours Gratefully

: Betheasold a cake, and A fan, and THE Sox bespeaks for this enter- EDWIN clever sort of chap. the most approved manner, good workmanship c. So cog.U.

; ai announced that the scrap-book to pnse of the Ladies Guild the same liberality KIRBY, First S. C.-Too clever by half. He and at living prices. Call on ... .
Department Commander. A. T. Rose.Fa'berMy .
fee Tlted to the most popular baby had of patronage that has always been invoiced a consignment of cradles as l. Capt FOIL SAU CHKA-A new road eart,

Uta given to little Margaret Hood. shown movements for the town's social, matrimonial fruit baskets!-Vanity son,this matter la one never used. Light roomy aId the f
fall all the evening and moral and material advancement. $eid 5le Your thing for the ro.'US.ln this'J a. -..
; ftt room wai ) ? 5119 Job U/orlf. Fair. in which outsiders have no interest quire at TBS Sun office. t tr ,


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