The Tropical sun
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 Material Information
Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: March 23, 1899
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
lccn - sn 83025639
System ID: UF00075915:00556
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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A PURELY PERSONAL aver City. of choice: pickles in the Queen I LIVELY : j jI -COUNTY fTIDINGS York ;S R Billings, A B Cnllen. Daansvflle HERE AND THERE. 4

I'TIler I Mich ; H Keigwin, Orlando, Fla;
Ir.i wife aad I J *** ;.' A W Erne, Titnsville; T T Welsh South. m i i u i
Henry child of .
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YM May .r May Not Ka-r. : Lively t .'Ram C m fo 4eatj, .-+*<.. *.

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': A.:P. ,Aathoay spent -Saaday withtherntofthefaafly ; e.--- U1SGOIIA HUTTEEU6S. I LI.
A Itlatfa .r Partaal au-YIIS A Klrrcr er: illy { .. I
here la town rerafnjf csaakd ss1 ,..t"t 1 'away Ma**.. and Items .t later*** u
{ ta. OJy. as* onsets Tlat'u *..u ; Wka U if Host lattrcat Best weather ci the year and. every. ,
t to Miami Saaday night. lattt =rs+JMQ Ia Causal and .MJr .
,;t o.tefta gU. .fiilaxy : : fQUKUrfjwtCaaatir' thbg growing its best I

esq.- Conaty Tax Asaesdor 'II. E. Graber ; %" -'- 'j"t J,T. McCona of Riviera is now hay.I la rartitalar. .

C W, Bisgkam aad'aoa' eft spent several days this past week' ap at i Tie pastor ; DEmT I lag quite a crop of strawberries to market. '1' .
Juno working oa his boots / iKM. There is a new time card la effect oa
Monday'tnoraing for their Ckatluda f preach at the ..... Mrs. I. R.luf1l11d son arrived from
tome.H W. S.'Oow arrived ia town tie latter Chatch next : a.Richards, wax ia town Friday.. Miami Monday and left foe the someplace the issue.F. E. C.Ry-see it elsewhere in this

rt part of last week and will spend the rat t LiDtos made Tuesday taking L"&Hcary withtbellL j
P, I %flyiag trip to the
There is !
t yeah wtBt food V**. and trout fishIt :
Of the
teaaoa with hk badly at Wiadellai '.
There have
t Tuesday. ,
*, step fft Hotel Icdui '\Rarer, i shooting to be over 3200 cues of
\- I iAG sure to stop at ,:l4etrcU lid too. who were obi P. A. Rowley came ap-'-fcoei Boynton typhoid fever ia Philadelphia eiace th* ,

', &.. list,'are both aWe to be around the latter part of last week with his first of the year and yet ao qaarentine "
',.. ..A;J: Lewis..*..fttidsteek I 11,L;.... of 0cIla. Is i a young man The F. B. C. ,' launch None-Sncl1 and hauled it out on has been declared. t !.

i 'torn Fat'iaroettagttatof fca deef. ** 1 pod iof[antnc1 pretcriptJoa ia ton clerk who in will the fill West the oa closing the the north ; J. R. Walker" of West. ,,Palm the ways at the point for cleaning and The Dade County Agricultural and

tar Via. F.Smelt ; repairing.Capt .
2 ;
I tH ,pteuhed at the schoolhouse Horticultural Association ,
i i Beach Dreg Store.Sesator down and Wed- Annual Fair
, : a.:P.. S. Hone,' of MUnd, ptstaday : evening., U. D. He wksoG', schooner opened at Miami yesterday with a good
I the cf E.N- Bfea.fck. : &N. Dimick mad Repreaeata- There are Mazy B" arrived off of the Inlet Tuesday display in
a* pat Capt and. nephew, Myron Hall, of nearly every department.The .
tine Morse
: Fred S. kave next week far
had J.o
morning and in the Lake later
I I .ova ao the But Sldt.. !Take to take tip their labors as leg* front. In were guests of If r.and Zdn' :S. with fall -of came passing through of the pay trail
a from
! 'W.K..HUM?,of the 1 ud cnssaisoa :idatots tretatlte'State of Dade Rtftr orders & Ia Sunday. IOnY 1e. cargo. freight Jack. on the F. E. C. R'y yesterday made glad

I '. ana of .Owe A,-11 ens : Xepla.'of Orlando has been the hearts of a number of the boy here
I .taw; yurtiday ca baslaeaa.i .ftI' :George C. Howe of St. -Ai To-Bight ( glvwtings in the schoolhouse for W. Hi Sanders has bought the new and all along thin part of the line.

treat a day or two the latter part oJk Society of the : .few nights ferry launch from N. H, Moack and,
.. tnscktt make two :life* daily week boaae The majority of the tourist travel now
oa u eoumba win give: a & when the.seasoa closes will put it oa
:fees Hotel Indian River dock 4ow* the a Thornton, sister of 1. W. Thorn is beginning to be to Use North bat Itwin
Hotel Hltrfacna
: ever the,But Side. Mr. and lira > the 1Ra Palm Beach-Juno mail route
, : riv in town last Friday sad will be several weeks before the bulk
Doat adult yet
rimto-F.iry.Iand. Lake front. ,
ta place of boat.
a larger
I, ,Mrs. M. F. Poghiaaow at Miami with hq fatare bone here.I of them will be oat of tab section.

.. W. Do Drew, of the Jacksonville firm J&er.., Dr. E. W. Pngh, who is enjoy The : : I i Peace aad his father and Mr. The piece of land on the West Side

! ft H. &W. B. Drew Co., with his wife. lag a. vtry satisfactory practice of his '81 owned by W. Helm is being cleared James McFarlane was ao fortneatt
bourne, Roy ) Boyatoa.were town !ankle
1\ Sunday overt* the Royal Poia- ipro&asioa ia that progressive dry, g down to the water's edge and It is under* last Sunday u to find oa the ocean Leach
= Iron its .: & e orange grove sites last Friday.
,I 3 i ,t :- stood that Mr. Helm is to have fine near his lovely home place a perfect
H. A. Lace day operator and ticket last Wednesday froa abroad lookingfor Nautito
orange seven
residence erected on this property this I aero** llaajr
.,. Hotel Indian .River orchestra give agent at the F 8. C.. Ry. pasaeager up theme nr.1 sites.will make no mistate )if they coming summer. people have: walked the ocean teach!

nrainf and evening concert: making office, enjoyed a day's vacation yester* :The Uaton, a. we have a large qaIl Dr. Pottei'llaDlich hundreds of miles and never found cue
..It pleasant for those suable, t.1 leave for day by taking in the sights and attract- l1ii sdapted to that purpose. was brought !of these rare and beautiful shells
s wnbleioi hw -?'-""-" &au at anceof: W.s. np tq Lake Worth last week baited out .
., daily ia the i -a'anr to partTst Il&A oirthe waysand'its engine taken At aJ<
a out w }. pio8eef; psjtygive a tort
|rt Right Reverend.William Crane'Gray, :Oscar Taylor stenographer and pri. that he is Ay.a ae residence of If. K.. be put-ia:the schooner"Mary E"u auxiliary time ago at the home of i LE.N.Dim*

x .f Orlando Fla. Episcopal bishop of vate secretary to Major,- N. S. Boyton, younger:ia Monday evening: The evening power to be used whea the wind ick. in,honor of-hia mother, Mrs P. F;

x thia diocese, ia registered over at theJoyalloindalL was np from Boynton last week looking ia dancing: and eating1' candy, .Is too light or too dead ahead. Dimick', the guest of tie occasion war

after the interests of the popular hotel at J. E. of Boyntoa's being present Captain Frank.W. Hall and wile tooka six of the Lake's well knows "old residents .
r : & Protkey, proprietor of the Indian thatthnriagtows. and began his the .Lopd,Jr;, of Miami wa b town trip up to Hobe Sound in their sloop ," viz.: Mrs. P, P. Dimick Mrs. V.

i 'River Hotel at Rockledge Fla., spent a Judge William R.'Day and wife, who Monday. and established aa agency for last week and brought quite a load of Spencer, Mrs. E. J. }Moore. },fr. and

few days the first of the week over at have been stopping on Lake Worth for promotion for at Sterling & Rnssell'a. "Compe fine oysters back with them and put in a Mrs. G. W. Reynolds and liter E. lle..

the Royal Poinciana. the Judge's health for the past eight or no doubt fill is the life of trade so the truck. box at the wharf at the Kirkwood place The combined ages of the party of lix

tea left betble to get:: crates at lowest and by Monday morning someone had numbered 458; an average of more than
DeWitt weeks last Friday to join President himself and
noted divine
Dr. T. Talmage the > which will be them 76 each.
appreciated years
by '
helped themselves to all the ______ .
McKinley'a party at Thomasville pany. nearly oysters
is one of the many men of international
.- Ga. .. and now Captain Hall is for
fame here at Lake Worth enjoy i looking The capture of a sawfish measuring
A more the chap that was so oyster hungry.We seventeen feet and six
I i life at its best.sma I Rev T. DeWitt Talmage and wife of BOYiTOl EBEEZES. inches ia leig hand
town would be omitted to make mention last week over five feet thick was the bccasioa
i Rickards, of Boca Ratone was .Washington, D. C., spent the latter part G. H. Maltby'a
ia of the the of R. D.
new depot now almost complet visit week before of Pete Harvart, of Pittsborg. Pa., rep *
town Tneaday business and also .of last week over at the Royal Pointiana matis Ave. it lacks the slate roof Paul and the
and then daughter of New Smyrna t ceiving warm congratulations. of his
/ went to Mangonla to see his sister,, i Hotel. Of course they were surprised meat to the
up be ready for buaia ss.' C. E. Merchant's family at this place, friends on the East Side last week. Although
If Is Rath, who is teaching np there. .by and fell in love with thla'a., as terprise of the these parties having been old friends and such large fish its saw measured
Brothers have broken
all visitors
new do : ground
Tar Anthony faith ia the ,4v'n neighbors in New before only three feet and
Conn ty Collector. Henry J. Palm Beach. ze packing-bouse oa the corner Smyrna Cap six inches, a kagta
spent Sunday with the old folks Deputy Sheriff Morris R. Johns of tOD Boulevard and Canal Street tain Merchant moved beret CaptainPalll of saw sometime seen oa fish but little

aDd the ret of the family at their hope Seurat came down to town Tuesday The Epworth has charge of a tourist's launch that more than half as large u the one caught

la this city, but returned to Juno Sfon- night bringing about a dozen fine pineapples regular Sunday Gardner, of Chicago has made was stopping at Jupiter and took a fewdays by Mr. Harvart

day morning. from his plantation with in improvements oa her option and off to run down to visit his old I The
ing most important
him to furnish tt the tourists for a reasonable are very bright for a large friends. sale of East Side
I Hon.Wayne McVeigh,exambassadorto compensation. Datura and ---- ...--i ---- real estate made this season .1s that cf

i Italy; and for many years a. promi day the 36th. J. A.Clancy who has been spejad- 1'o-night United States Senators Allenof thetem&iningtwelve acres of whit !I.
Prof. J. F. Berk is soon to deliver at to come out commonly known
tent Igurt in national politics,is a visitor winter at The Boynton, left on Iowa and McMillan of Michigan will as the old Charlie
lost health here least one of his celebrated: lectures inns do you good. : Moore homestead. This has
Palm seeking
to Dg 01 the jjd for the North be guests of the Royal Foinciana, at property
where he is most likely to find it. trated with stereoptican views, at an tence -a home Palm Beach. Thia has become the Mecca passed into the hands Rev.. J. N. Unl-
on important business. HU
early date at Miami. The Professor has I,. Braaning. ford and here is here he aud Mrs. Mnl-
of ,
the of
figure and cheery voice will be prominent people the nation
and wife of met with much success u a lecturer in Cord will likely make
L I. Hardy 1 Hypolnxo, In the local much around the hotel. seeking health and comfort in these their permanentwinter

were la town yesterday,the madam having various Northern States.J. to be found : very days of blizzards, pneumonia and la home, now that Dr Mnlford has

some dental work done by Dr. D. A R. Anthony, Jr. finished his Miami toes, new rumored that an orange grove of grippe in the Northern States. resigned the rectorship and given up the '

i Thomasoa while I. L pa&sed the. time visit last Thursday and came ap homeon young onion, will be established. here in the I arduous duties and responsibilities incident

in visiting the merchant that morning's train remaining here toes young futUre by Mr. Flagler. Members Letters patent were issued at Tallahassee to a large church like that of Bethu -

S till Sunday night when he left on the radishes and Land Department of the P. E. C. Tuesday incorpoiating'the Dania a.by-the-Sea.
B. 0. Painter of the Florida Agricnlturiat i YC been around here quite fre
General Merchandise at
night train for Patterson N.J to resumehia our home Company, DaMessrs.. Woodruff. Taylor and Ballard
f! wu a guest of the Seminole Tnea duties with the street railroad, company few pineapples I } :of late, which gives the suppo nice, Dade County, with $2,000 capital.] left yesterday morning for Clarke :..ate.

i day sad left that night for Boynton having in that city. enough to go ; t good ground. Besides conducting; a general merchandise a few miles south of town,for tome fresh

come down from Jacksonville to see would. f toa Tent;No. I, K. 0.T. M., held business, the company will deal in water fishing and the latter
with his how little damage the hTgmEaraestWinfieldI'oseyBa( ) r. i I genttrma'nn
own eyes JIg at The Boynton on Tuesday, real estate. Christian Eskelson, jobre returned by team last night with
freeze did to this section.: tram and Frank Chase were up from i The five W. Clarke and P. Paulsen one
and new members we James are the day's fish and the
Boynton last week Friday attending to Palm Beach II fish bit! ig so
to its already good sized membei incorporators. ______ well that they had
Will A. Snyder of Columbus, Ohio, business in town during the day and later 1 and worship to get behind a tree

who has been actinjr u clerk at the New on paying a pleasure trip to a settlement Sunday night, I Prospects bright for a large W. J. Allen, of England, whose recent to bait their hooks. Owing to the :good
before the is closed. On the
'; 8;minoleior,a couple of months or so, further np the Lake where several B. Webb the i year purchase of the five acre tract of the sport Messrs. Taylor and WooJru.f rem *
of Msnhs Prof. J. F. Berk, B.
left Monday for: Boynton to spend a few young ladies reside. Chapel, will : Hoagland estate on the West Side won as iued there and camped out last uigbt

days and will then go home via Key i mono Rev. S will give a stereopticon lecture noted in these columns, is having the but are expected borne to-night with a
I Mrs. Emma Beatty of Columbus Ind.. i ae Islands, Cuba and the entire tract cleared for carload of fish, the switch
West and the West Coast intendent of I planting out to engine bating
s t a sister of Mrs. G. W. Idner of this city. is expected. for the benefit of the tent, at The fruit and already has lumber on the been given orders to set a car on Uw sid

I S. W' Rowley of the Land Department who has been spending the winter over a returned aad a large crowd is expected. ground for the erection of a comfortable lag down there today in time to have

cie P. I;. C R'y, waa a guest of at the Royal Poinciana, left last wet k i nesian Islands, are also being taken in different residence. This tract lies almost directly the fish put in and then hrieg it and the

L.-, the Seminole Tuesday. He was ia his for her home stopping a abort time at Paine will of the State to organise tents of opposite the Church of Betheada-byth e- fishermen np tonight.If .

r section ia the interest of his department St Augustine on her way. Mrs. BeaU, The services which is the second strongest Se., and was sold through the well ever a hotel
bearing a not
ia evenly
$rt especially seeing that settlers who sworn organization the United known real estate agency managed by good name jumped into
t Miss E. popular favor ia
: and winter finds her
lion htre.
aired the free tobaeco seed that the comp i every ; West Side E. M. Brelsford, of Palm Beach. a single season that one was the Hibis
ia distributing received some. He at The Boynton: J H Earnett
ny cus. With Geo. C.
Tuesday night's train for Boy n. Joseph Jefferson and wife expect I to "Christian ; G M Holden, Leesburg ; J U Under the management of J. R. Bradley and Leon H. Cilley at proprietor

won tMr. conclude their long sojourn at Palm ing. The I Jacksonville ; J H Myers New I junior member of the firm of rad-{has been left as manager no'king
Beach this week and will be for her undone to please .the hundreds
sometime eloquent ; 0 Kerr,Cincinnati ;Tnos Donnel ley Brothers, the Beach Club has provedone
I and Mrs. T, A. Snyder, of HobeSound guests of Manager Fred Starry were .: Fla ; S W Rowley, Sail of the principal attractions to the I their of winter visitors who have been

were here on the Lake a few hotel the Homestead, at Hot Springs, eign missions. Fla; C S Gowen,City; L DEaton.I 1 guests of the East Side hotels this sea-'table service guests. What with the splendid

days this week in their splendid houseboat Va. 'Joseph Jefferson is a man whose early part of ; J L Johnson, Philadelphia ; son. So popular has it become that the' hands of Mr., courteous and attention 2 t the

Buckeye. As guests they had with character endears him to all who see ties in New Leach, Columbus, Oho: ; IF Hol- Messrs. Bradley now contemplate extensive : alert to Mrs. Ctllev 04 the

them Dr. Joseph Young, MisYoung: him. He is loved here by young and Woman's Youngstown, Ohio ; C B additions and improvements anticipate every want and :show

and Mr. Kilbourne of Newark, N. J.; old and his benevolent countenance is the J A Lovett, Cincinnati ; W A Sni before next season. The banquet hall every their attention, it is little wonder that

Miss Mania of New York City ; M rue. a never failing pleasure to watch as he hive listened Ohio; G R PiUer. jack t'I will be made more commodious private guests of have this gone away singio; the

Taylor and Miss Gibson of Cincinnati, puts in his days riding fishing and enjoying mission work lleJHKillough, New York; Mrs dining rooms will be added, a roomy praises boteL It is to be splendidly conducted

and Mr, Yoang of Jensen. Mr. Sniderbas ) out door life .of midwinter and visit us next Gardner, R W Gardner, Chicago; kitchen erected, aa electric light plant be in charge another hoped that the/ will

E attained fame and wealth as a pur I bleak spring.lure ia sunny Florida. the State iu '1 Dade Miami; D J P Bishop,, N eves and double piazzas CODStrlltled.'r.u bClUiOl1S.J"L and many other


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rs I 'mE TROPICAL smt WEST PALM BEACtJ FLORIDA, TqURSDAY, fARCn 23. J899. ji"-:< ,,1

LEADING .,BUSINESS: FIRMSWbosjCar&Appeir Subscribe for THE SUN '
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by UeUnliir aha TOM SHARK.LIY'S'EXPLOiTB.y In this ': .
: Paper,
The main feature of ;thts'iunIeycleIs ,"JfifII"- .:.-...-' Supply .cfarekWc : '- .
""' er ssite Aip;
found in the formation of the spoke- Sailor Pmilk+ Le ro.d- to Tight la'tlu t'a ticany.S'j ' The Dada County! Stale BBC ,
less the rim of which 1I'm&deoln'two '_ ''
wheel t ., '
twt.d &J J L4 ;
stake N. Florida
E-- "f Prtlni Brntk, '
West Palm Beach
:sections each other.
turning upon i ARCHITECT VjID ,
Sbarkjy"first :
The drlying la secured1 the Inner \Tom gained whrldwidefan *fc c' Jsp5''M4TIIiS'.FEo! ple.t01
gear ;
; Brawn Beach;f $'" !
by nearly'Mastlng Jiin Coitetfi :! fes11alm ,
section of the rinu + .. --
1'. .. This rim Is composed. ,:the two reputation at a boxers,He fought the "', :.z _/!! ;.',JSicctu- r to.,I'".. .(+.. Bjkerj u4 wary Cal' Authorized Capital $100,000.
<: champion four-round draw In; San .
AWHEEL IN !IBE81A.t -parts.One part baa ,concave portion, .Francisco In1890.. Previous"to that Dade Coun'ity y State'"Rauk,*-*/ $ Mr:MottUnKk S&1Q1 aDd Small- Proflti- Paid Up Capital $15,000.
ar Sharkey had defeated Sailor In !. \ \ r';. .f..t West Palm Beach Bahery Goods
Brown *
t which receives the tire pf the wheel "' ., and OFFICERS:
1- J J.I
Tk. Dye Ban : two rounds a&d.&eld Joe Choynsld off I i
i TDIaf* Bad Kiwr BelIN and which la connected by* web with "',1'1! '
; -, >SMyUl4 another portion semicircular Jn form, I four. rounded"But I Wtf.r..Schaudt.: /f ,'.West. Kalm Beaeti'lrld > Family Groceries ;; E.N.DIMICK, President.U.D.HENDMfXSOlt .

: During a bleycle'''ionrnej through constituting a ball raceway.: Betweenthis 'a few: months,before hissieatng -. GeanndeanrWebtralm : Yi Vict-Pretldeiit.
'i : BearliaSilaOooi My t
'1" Rbena oat summer I had occasion to raceway and the recessed portion r -,with, Corbeti S6artey was,-blue-,; ..Wass palm Beach. Specialty CEO. L. BRAlltlttte, Cashier .
,. travel Mreral hundred""mile along of the other part balls are,"placed Jacket 1a ttle.United States aTyMlfe I.., A i\-\t,' ,". -:/,':;?-- ., ', Goods delivered free to any part f; ..
;... what la called the Great Siberian Highway which are engaged by, rollers:adapted could neither, ,ApC9..a hornpipenor .'.i: BI Y 'ES-- :' : of the City or across"the L ke. :*.* Office Hours Vrom g a.m. to a p. m.6etieraIBankingEasiaessTransact.
see saig,;anq.'nsea tor<'CC(8SIoDB.UrlSe S'A&mWestYtnmBeach'fuitchellWest in Orfleri' Pmt Attention ; r
Yof-1U b1 c1andnl.at'the the fftMSurtle" by:itaocldng.ont 1
mttbaUhta! road connect the Siberian \V... .. ttlm,. Beach, .'. Goody Firs and Fresh d
11mates'ae 'High
.of thowgfaVtbey: pa&esaedpugilistic k -1 Class ;
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plta1..Jrkut&t." cx untrjprodnce. ;
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Rutidt.Tbe distance Is some three 1- &;>*! BOTTLINGWORKS: ,
;:and alone,its'course Ill:ab94{,wbileigUt: {lg-:.ttiejavy'thefought .. : (,.CasteUanQ'M1ami.* f Boy of m" ; s gee.built' nearly; 'the towns gif battles..\t ......' ** ,* ',>":.""... TV. >%.... -,-"- >.- '_ _5 t itiv sttea. 4-29-87 zSeljd1

> of old. Siberia Sharkey fatbornln* reland"ln 1SZJ5; ;BUILDING'SgPPL71+s: .. _"'X
.' 'l"alj1 l\:three town and TDlarea I He did not up'athletics until after Chas Welshatu Jacksonville < .
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.he:had enlisted JnlpncleSam's nary; : = .81 2VerrB = SUIJ Your Job Work ,
taadr.ay.dall;'nna and usually with .Geo S Hacker & Son. Charleston, :S C. .
He was,.d18chargetJrom'"thenavy : .", :.
a clamoring multitude of shouting boys :1. '
and yelplpgdoglw'as.my escort; for a I.t I. .1803 and decided to take up figfitJng"* CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS: .. ,

bicycle was U yet a novelty In that a profession.. __ 'T Le ,> Franklin Sneen, Westl'alm Beach SPITRL. DAILY EXCURSION '
After considerable hustling man .. __
PftJtJPUhfJTOrM.jome.,of the f
: men,remote' districts even a thing aged -to- get on a. matchi-witb Billy DENTISTS:. .. e
Miller, of the San Francisco A. G. -BYTHS-
ti 'rr VBkpewB.. I ,,remember* on entering a Miller a' big 'raw-boned fellow] J A Pugb West Maim Beach General Repair Work...
t_ certain village just'at'dnek, when the was D A'Thouiason; West Palm Beach .>,. '
If : tBEetrrwtnr,unite-'deserted. 1\'came t over six feet in height, and the. ama* L T Daniel Cocoa Enamelling a Specialty. 1-c= "THERELUTO ..

.. Ittdd Tillage.boys ,walk IJ teur champion heavyweight -.DRUGGISTS.
;- tog.to,the I 1Ueet. ;They did, not see ,Sharkey won .n .short order.. ills > : :]

< : me bath T flashed abruptly put them. next Smith,opponent and the sailor was-- Australian again won.Billy,Joe E H Dimick West.Palm.. Beach, High Grade Wheels! For Sale! and To Rest 1
( They threw n?their handrln bewilder- ,
Chovnski thought saw TTS'ISLIJD.
;" .. .., an4 shde.k 4 out, "Chorteedlott3"derira
4n offering to stop Sharkey In eight ..
Thomason West Palm Beach "
& '
mat coming! and fled in terror Brown
, A NOVEL UNICYCLE rounds. Sharkey not only stayed the COnPLETE. LINE OF SUNDRIES. Starting from the Royal Poinciana Dock. -
to their homeC I rode on to the regular Mrs J Frank, Went Palm Beach ;
'. poit station ordered a frugal sup to take up the wear. Thus construct eight rounds, but gave Choynski quitea Carl Schrebnick, West Palm Beach .
of the rim will turn trouncing. The stock of Sharkey .'"
I edoneportioD
prepared to pus the night In Dave Singer,Jacksonville :;
i Hatid n1ert room.;" upon the other the friction being reduced now went up, and he was matched to ..' GEO. S. ADAMS '. :)

I j '1 fit iB the:meantime, the, news of the by means of the balls and meet Joe Williams, the heavyweight FERTILIZERS: For Robber Tree, J 0 A. M.; Returning.t X.
i '
'I, deriTa" arrival,.hid spread like wildfire rollers. champion of Salt Lake City. They Wm'A Bours & Co, Jacksonville PflOPflIETOa.5WEST For PUt.'Island,2 P. M"Returning, 5 P.M '1
: : i through the Tillage, and the post The web of the traveling section i( came together in San Francisco 'and Little Bros PALM BEACH.
t '" yard was soon swarming with Tillage provided with pins extending horizon. Sharkey knocked his man out in seven .-es.- 1
I { boys pestering the station master 'to tally from'one side. By means of the rounds. u>rbett now offered to stop FIRE INSURANCE REAL ESTATE:
' : deTiTtcartage. pedals the rider drives the sprocket the ex-tar In four rounds. The ..om- Brelstord Bros, Palm Beach E. CHAMBERS,
i Ip.hanapegp.a4the.* With; the "devtlV"pennU- wheel, the motion thus produced being pador not only failed to do this but Wallace R Moses, West Palm Beach WHEN in Jacksonville be sure and vis-
ti transmitted by means of a chain and I received the worst of the encounter. it your Old Friend, who will surpriseyou OWKER.
taken -.e- ,
i sloe the carriage was finally out
: This led to match being made between in
crowd. small sprocket wheel to the drive a FISH DEALERS:
to When,ebil4t..to i had finished.the wondering my meal.I stole wheel slotted to engage the pins of the i them to fight to a finish, under Reynolds & Hull West Palm Beach Dry Goods. Clothing and .

: eat noticed to observe the group of traveling section. Queensberry rules for $10,000 a side ;S Miller & Co, New York Oents Fninishings___ CHESEBRO BROTHERS i
I wief orohtfis gathered round the object The drive wheel and the sprocket and a purse. This match fell,through; Cheseboro Bros, New York D. SINGER 1

;I ':of their curiosity. One of their wheel are mounted on a single shaft but Sharkey succeeded in getting on a Caleb Haley & Co, New York) ti Bridge Street Near Bay., Manager, 1 Fulton Fish Market, New York. ;
t than the moving in a slot concentric with the contest with Htzimmons. The battle II-i*Qa JAI.'RSNPTLLE.FLORtDa
; rest Bomber, bad, more fakes presumptuous hold of the wheel, and wheel rim. The ,shaft is connected took place at San Francisco in December FOR ALE: Wholesale Commission Fish! Dealers. ti
with the seat mast by; links, the forward 1806. Sharirey was given the decision Household and Camp Equipment
was: l f endeavoring to enlighten hit .
.jowl congregation! on bicycle philosophy ends of which receives the ends on a foul in the eight round. G W Jennings, West Palm Beach IF YOU WANTFIKSTCLMSS Our l/idian River Specialties Are:
# of the pedal shaft -.- TONSORIAL WORK.
this wheel In
'" la pnem'and pari
* f f' tlcnlar. The handle bars, he knew, The Inventor states that the wheel FURNITURE: Always Go To- SPANISH MACKEREL

'i' : were to catch hold of, and the seat wa may be steered inclining the bodyto Ceo H Maltby West Palm BeachD 1). M. GEAURIDEAU. POMPANO KINB-FISH,
i the right or to the left E Cooper bug Co, Jacksonville I :
know .
f > to dt.a.but.bedld; ; not' exactly' The Old Reliable. 8HEEP8HF.AD, BLVE-FI8H,
f ,1"I bow it was propelled. .... "ADS Shop on Dellraore place,take front,Palm Beach.
{ Old Tims.tr PI., .
:, :. .Aa tequlsltlTe chap railed the qnea- GRAIN A. : TROUT, fTC.
t. \tIoa' of' balancing-how the bicycle "Where," says Arthur Irwin, "are Wm A Boors & Co; Jacksonville

.. eeoul4stsM.up.wrthout being held: the equals of Buck Ewing, Mike Kelly James B Bours,Jacksonville_ OUR INDUCEMENTS TO SHIPPERS ARE '
W. K. : .
This. .questionwaa Immediately see and Charley Bennett among the bate! f -- 3isHARDWARE .
1 ended 'by.the' rest ,of'the assembly of backstops in the major League to : Shoe Repairing Neatly Done Harness Probst t Returns and Foil for let Ytleis
1 tad put the self-elected teacher on his day? Taking this trio of wind paddiatt M E Gruber, :West Palm Beach j..
mettle Be asserted at once, that that of a decade ago for all in all, their! s / .1' Sewed and Repaired. Stencils Forwarded on Application.

A feat was easily enough to perform; backstopping, throwing, base running HO- : Out-of-town customers will receive Correspondence Solicited.JAS. s
I' feat the more he tried to show them batting and coaching of young pitch : Green Lawn Cottage, West Palm Beach promt attention. Shop on Olive Street, ,
'" feow.itbfl more he.realized Its difficulty, era,'compare them with our pitchers of Palm Beach Cottage, Palm Beach next door north of TROPICAL Sun Build
I.:' f oapj.fln4lljf the blcjcle,got tangled upS today,' and I will guarantee that any tf( 111 The Boynton Boynton ing. 818"YouBuy'Em""IServe'Em

with Ida aei ;and both went'sprawling impartial judge would score more cred! f Seminole Hotel, West Palm Beach Red Spanish and
OD'round.) .' This wu the signal it, marks against the names of King; I The Palms West Palm Beach '

for a' about'of.derislre laughter from mike Kelly, Buckingham Ewing and The Earman House West Palm Beach I It Fancyx -.-i.-
the crowd; bat the little.Jellow was not poor Charley Bennett Our present The Beach Club, Palm Beach OYSTERS Cooked a*you like them while
to be defeated aolgsominlonsly. B< backstops never take chances that Hibiscus, Palm Beach you wtut. Served In All styles,and at all noon. ,
between '
picked\ "Throbbed his head fox Mike Buck and Bennett seized and Mrs James McCann, West Palm Beach Xef rvnmenu.6 a. m.and Cold 11 Drinks p.m.and Cigars. PINEAPPLE

:a oaB'&;7 and 'meditated. Finally a held with hooks of steel Once in a The Travelers, JacksonvilleAl WILL MELTON'S SESTAUBiNT,

happy/thought .struck. him,, *0h. I game between Chicago and New York, Fresco;Jensen Olive Street, West Palm BeachGeo Slips and Suckers
bow bow It lr he exclaimed; bet Buck Ewing made a record that was --'1 .

picked up the bicycle: -You see,,when never tied. Three of Uncle Anson' JEWELERS:
55 '_ tt'talla "OTr thla way he puts down fast basernnners were on the sacks. .4 Idner& Son;West Palm Beach.R. For Kale,or the Following Vtrietiei,f U

< dicks prop" (pointing to the right pedal), Ewlng'i arm at that time was as TOM RKEY, J. Riles, Jacksonville .-S. Hacker & SonMANUFACTURERS Abbaka, Porto Rico,

.....,;whta ItifalU,that,way be,puts pliant as elastic and true as a shot Off The sailor was doubled up by a left- Greenest.& Crosby' ..,.Jacksonville. 1 Smooth. Cayenne, I
down.tbt other. Then the self-appoint- three pitched balls he caught the three hand jab In the stomach;aad'Referee Egyptian Queen
: occupants of the bases in a trance off LAUNCHES TO LET: ,
ICI lecturer upon bicycle looked proudly Wyattt Earp tJought himself-Justified
. around'for approval their sacks. Pfeffer had a lead of a .in giving the decision to Sharkey.Sharkey' Therella, West Palm BeachLAUNDRY Ripley. Queen, Golden Queen,

:; "Way. of.course ," they all murmur scant 10 feet when Buck headed him off ,.next victory was In,a fiercely ..- r White Anti gue,
; '! tdfc.aad la a tone of aelf-reproof,thatthey on a quick throw. Buck 'received assists fought contest with ,Joe Goddard : e Pernambuco
, bad DOt thought of it before., In every game by making a bluff before the Knickerbocker Athletic Club White Swan, West Palm Beach Eavllle.

i And so the Uttte village wiseacre at to return the ball to the pitcher. Then, of San Francisco: Goddanhwas so far j 1 I Wo Kee, West Palm BeachLAWYERS Early delivery can be made part of th.
act maiatained his reputation and Impressed like a flash he switched and drove the gone in the sixth round that the referee .1- f fruit tram this Plantation baring Wm picked
sphere to the first basman, who blocked : I I : last month. Apply
spaa his aaaoclatea how stupid stoppped the fight In his next battle
: they were not to hare aolred,the problem the runner off the sack. Ewing hada Sharkey was defeated by bjg Jim Jef W I Metcalf West Palm Beach C.C. to'I

.: for themselres.Artkar great battery partner in Tim Keefe, fries, in twenty rounds., The fight took' Frank W Pope,Jacksonville ,
.. who compelled the base runner to hug place at San Francisco, in March, 1808.: Alex St Clair-Abrams,Jacksonville Florida
t O.rdtue. the sack. This: cut-down of their lead Six months later the sailer knocked' 'I' Pineapple Company, I

, Word received from Chicago states naturally helped Ewing, Jack Clarkson out GUI Rnhlin la one round at,Coney MEAT MARKETS: '- : 521.97 West Palm Beach, Frs.01Y ,
, th|( Arthur' Gardiner! who ,recently and Mike Kelly worked together like a Island. ." "' J P Mendel West"Palm"Beach" ii

; made I&1mIelt'prominent'' among the fine hairspring, though they were far His recent meeting with Jim Corbettat Will WhiddeD, .., OF -
; racing Deft U Vice president of the so- from bosom frienda off the diamond. the Lenox A. C., whit was stopped -- BARBER SHOP
S T5 ClUed Outlaw Union, will probably an- Kelly was quick-witted and tricky, but in the ninth round by Corbett's second, I I MILLINERY: Doors, Sash, ,

, ; MBBCf Jill retirement from the, cycle he never possessed the mechanical abf1-(] McVey Jumping into the ring, is still Mrs F L Mofiatt, West... Palm Beach First Door South of the Fort Office.
\ path daring the winter. ,In 1893 Gard sty that made Ewing famous as a back the talk in pugilistic circle. Blinds, MouldingsAND Easiest Chain and Beat
spar first appeared u an amateur, stop. Ewing was an, Ideal catcher, He next defeated Kid McCoy, 'the MUSIC HOUSE: Equipped Shop la To....
}' winning scores of races on the road molded by nature in a special die for young Indiana lay,. In the tenth roundat Ludden & Bates' M H, Jacksonville 6-9-U MILO CI/OPEtI'rop'r..

, .t ; tad track.?In 1894 he was champion no other purpose than to catch ball the Lenox Athletic Club. New.York. NOTARIEPUBLIC Material
l' et tie amateurs and during the fall Kelly was a wit and a comedian, a fut The fight ended unexpectedly and WAS : Building ,

It that year Joined the Class B ranks base runner, and clever coacher of the result of persistent work on theput W R-Moses, West Palm Palm Beach BeachNURSERY CHARLESTON S. C.ge' To Rent by the Hour or Day.
I t; apace Barry Tyler for records. In young pitchers. But foul flies were his of Sharkey, who finallyland a Guy I Metcalf, West ,

aepti he wu the best man on the path weakness. *n fact fly balls were the left punch onthe jaw,''w UM.U put Jt- Largest Factory South. OflltY SEW BICYCLES IN TOJl .
t d1af'DltJae summer. In 1896 and 1897 bane, of Kelly's existence when he Coy to the Jloor for the ten-second STOCK: Send for Prices.
I.Ji be!, gar Bald a tight rub for the played the outfield" time limit Sharkey won 115,000-in John B Beach, West Palm BeachJ Next Door North of Tropical Sao Block.

f ; championship. Laat year he wu way purse money and $5,000 In bets made H,Wyhe, Interlachen W. R. MITCHELL,
,. op among the leaders, it being tmpost Jha X.High BIT B...n a BtMbaUlit. by himself and friends. -1' THE BALTIOBE TAILORS.ABE Proprietor.
i Bible to determine which was entitled It is not generally known that John PHOTOGRAPHER: .
If t t.cpampaocahlp.honors. .. L. Sullivan came within an ace of being Boat flitting J B O'Donoghue West Palm Beach f
, a professional ballplayer insteadof It IB not likely that,the' baseball m SAFRANEK & SON,

[ ..,.ua. e.... e......... a prize fighter. The ex-champion playing rules will be materially,chang- PHYSICIANS ANt) SURGEONS: MANAGERS I F.: A REYNOLDS
I A bicycling lawyer of Potsdam, who himself is authority for this statement ed although some of the more radical R B Potter, West Palm Beach OF ,
t," t, Bfeseated himself In court with his He told of his close call to baseball managers are arguing in favor of certain H C Hood The ,Three Friends
; fame to a gathering of friends the reforms. Some of them ..
! :.. witnesses, all la knee breeches and takingup -..:-
j' : r cycling stockings, was fined 10 marks other day while discussing the national the fight made by predecessors PINEAPPLE PLANTS: Tailoring $5 S
r fir gross Impropriety, aDd the senten game. Sullivan has always been an want to have tne much talked of bunt I G o C Matthams, West Palm BeachRESTAURANTS .. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
; f' : has'beta confirmed on appeal by the admirer of baseball and there are few hit aoolisued. They say that this styleof --- :
old stars he does not know all about has to'be
i ; !Prasslaa courts. batting grown so scientific :
, He can talk about the points of play that the majority of the League teams Schmid's Cafe, West Palui Beach AND PANTS MADE TO ORDER,

" :. ABMMlBlcycUrs I......... and goes bac to the Whites, John are handicapped because of the proficiency Will Melton West Palm Beach. '. SHIPPER AND DEALER IN.
t will appreciate an fm.p.ved Morrow, the Dorgans, Al Spalding displayed by the Boston, Baltimore -I'RETAIL
grip which has curved Colonel MeVey, John Ward and all the Cincinnati and Cleveland teams. Cleaning, Pressing and RepairingA
stripe,arranged around the bar with oldtimers."I 'i'hey also declare that the patrons of :
W Burkhardt West Palm Beach POMPANO
L Specialty.
ti to screw cap at the en ,whIch adjusts was on the point of being a Clncinnatl '\l1e game are almost a nut in desiring ,
i F West Palm Beach
tits cunatun and strength of the Red. A little thing changed heavier batting, and that the only way J Oliver .
I ,
; apriaga to suit the rider. me said John L. "I was offered I to secure it is to make all players hit I J .
' Glen West Palm Beach
G. Strohm. ,
: salary of $1,800 a season to play with the ball as hard as they can.A '
ftIeMl.-- the Cincinnati team. I SPANISH MACKEBE
.' .. Walt a toed SHIRTS !
; fiiaj&ematicUn has computed the ballplayer and then I ,thought seriously Record Jump. ,
: Boremeats of a rider's feet while opBerating of taking It when another thing The: latest batch of .sporting exchanges Miss Crosby, Palm. Beach

: :: a bicycle and has demon- came up that made me determined to from London, among other .1-
". -pirated that tt requires less exertion to follow the life of a pugilist I wa events of interest to sportsmen. recorda W.R Mitchell, West Palm Beach: MarketIs and BLUE FISH.il .
; t.> travel fifteen miles on a bicycle than to just then starting out as a boxer. I phenomenal. performance of W. J. M. ...
walk three mllea. gave an entertainment and my; list of Newborn the famous broad'pumper 'f.

:' 3 L toe receipts was not far from $1,800 and holder of the world's record. New. STEAMBOATS AND MACHINERY. : Prepared to Supplyyou WEST PALM BEACH, PLA .,{
; "....... U .t..e &e. It came so easy that I said: 'What Is burn's accepted figures are 24 feet 6% Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co, .

Lady (engaging a new cook-Can me good of working a whole season inches, but this record he casts com .. Jacksonville with'- BOX 187. u-!+tf
yeti clean bicycles for Sl, 00 when you can put on the! pletely the shade by,clearing 25 feet
I I, gloves and knock out that much colin S inches, TAILORING: Good Meats at Prices
Cook-No, lady; but I can give you or something like 1 foot 7 Abe Safranek & Son, West Palm Beach Living
Ue address where I have mine cleaned. fifteen minutes r That made''me inches further than. the best Jump'by ..
shake baseball as a means of making a any other athlete past or present CALEB HALEY &
BII .t19lM.Ur. I I living, but I have never lost my interest TO RENT: Fresh, rk, CO.
Manalapen Cottage.Hypoluxo
in the '
..,B1I1fr-Kr. Green, there seems game. A. Fixture. ... Beef, Wholesale CommUdoa Dealers!.
to ,be something serious the matter "No, we can't get rid of our cook.
: with the bone I bought of you jester A Quick R.l.rt. "What have you tried?" TRANSPORTATION LINES: Poultry ALL KINDS OF FISH.

:. day: Br coughs and wheezes dlatrea1q1J. Barber (insinuatingly)-Yonr hair i ia Is "Everything. Changed milkmen, got W H Sanders,West Palm Beach

and t think perhaps he Is wind. trifle thin. sir. the grocer to send a different boy. had Indian River and Lake Worth Steamers Eggs. Special Attention
given to the
Victim (grimly)-So is chance of the Ocean S S Co, JacksonvilleF sale of
brok... What.would yon advise me to I your police director transfer the good Southern Fish. SPANISH MACKEREL
M.. Belling me a bottle of your' Justly-cele looking policeman, and'bought'a nepgasoline C.Ry, Jacksonville. Native Meats a specialty. POMPANO, BLUE FISH, TRODT, SHKSP
brated hair restorer. "
Jay Green (promptly him asgaek4u stove. PACERS HEAD, RED SNAPPER, SHAD etc.
yon can, jes' like I did., "She must be a.fixture". VEGETABLE AND SHIPPERS.: Your Patronage Solicited
r Twer 11..1..... J Warner & Co, MiamiWHOLESALE

&a.Kraablr llarr..., The Eector-Ah, me, I wish that China' National Hymn. ." Market on Banyan Street CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED ,
Itarried'couples! la Norway are privileged every one was good. The national GROCERS: PROMPT RETUR. S. ;

i to travel on rtflrays at a tare Penelope they were what would long that the Bin hymn tint of'of China it occupies is to i i Pope &McUuniiJacksonville I 11-12 WEST PALM BEACH 14 Fulton Fish Market, BET TORI.
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SELECTINOJHE) HAT. oe. West Proprietor : :&ROS. a

KtlmUml: *f,BavtU M a CUIwm ",0Ie
CONTOUR, OF THE FACE AND HEAD CdtodftMee_ Palm. Real-Estate-and-Insurance

MUST BE STUDIED. The,Princess KalulanL. whose portrait Beach .

-: is given here has by the .-.t. ,
..... i rg.i Ba&alad b.A"-TIae annexation of Hawaii become a fall- Palm Beach, Idrida. t .(T ;'
styli That la Wfcetlf WWI the Ctoo* fledged American. She had claims ba Drug '
from her
Ct Mal.Ceaauobanabl..fof Booad English-speaking race
.. birth as her father is the Hon. A. S. :.L Store.and' 6.1.97 Hotel.
sad L..g'a .. .. Cleghornan-Englishman married Post-Office Building Narlfc: ol Polneiana '
ID order to bare a hat which Is becoming
Princess Llkelike a' sister of the deposed -
and which will accentuate or Queen LJUuokalanL The title to
often facial lines it Is absolutely nee- the throne of Hawaii has come from T.Mat.atttrenma AttraetlT. Royal PoInciana Pharmacy FURNITURE. .

e uu7 for a woman to study the contour the maternal alile..itud as the fourth No matter bow small a bathroom is. .
of her face and head. Queen had i o children the Princess It can always be made fresh dainty
Such study does not arise from unIt KaluUnL or UIH Cfeghorn which la and comfortable, If properly fitted up -DEALERS, IN- Household Sewing Maenlnes,
,. It la a duty to the public as.well with the many labor saving and comfort The Beat Machine Made, UghtlRnnnlng;
u to one's self to dress as becoming giving appliances that are now ob- Noiseless

ly as possible. tainable. Drugs Toilet Articles It __ i
A woman with a thin long face It Is well to have the walls and floor Sole Agent for the famous Wall Trunk. 'Wd i
should reconcile herself to the fact match If possible. Should tiles or hard- tresses made to orJer. A Complete ,
t .- that she eannot surmount her coiffure wood be too expensive there are many Fine Stationery and Hue of '
with everything In the millinery line attractive designs in tile paper that FU'EQNITUY3.E ,
,- simply because It Is In the fashion. look well on the walls and by treatingthe ,
She should go to a good milliner seat floor with linoleum in a corresponding Sundries. ofailiWrlpiloonatRotk Bottom Prices both .
k herself before the mirror and study design a charming effect is Druggist Wholesale and RetaO. Baby Carriages from $6 '

It every line oil let face while the milliner produced. Many; of the tubs are of up to'20. Go Carts Refrigerators,lee Chesu,
f tries each of the fashionable porcelain but If 'this is not the case Prescriptions(Carefully CompoundedEast Etc.
1 shapes. they can be made to resemble porcelain Coast Business Solicited. -- i
It la supposed, of course; that the by painting them white. In front of a We bare a consignment of Oak Diners and
hair Is dressed becomingly In a fashIon tub nothing Is prettier than the fresh- ,I WEST PALM IHA! ( H. 6-10-Ufi. Reed Rockers that will be sold very low We
t tending to broaden the features.A looking white bath mat The sponges handle the Famous Cleveland and Rambler {
1 bat should then be selected to can be kept sweet and clean by placing BICYCLES. .. ;
Q accentuate this effect The hats them in open racks suspended over the ., f I I ,
which are now in the extreme tub. These racks come In nickle and Especial attention given to our Mall Orders. '.
t I of the prevailing mode are admirably are most desirable but those made of We Gnrantee Satisfaction, both In goods and I ,:. :
adapted to the purpose. Off the twisted wire answer the purpose Price. Call on us,or send in your order to ',' I' '

turban shape, with wide, crumpledbrim ijtan exactly as well and are less expensive 15 and 17 Laura St,JACKSONVILLE, FLA. yb '
about the face they serve to They are pretty when enamelled to Subscribe The Sun. ONLY *8.00 .
i I broaden the face wonderfully. It is a -r-y match the tub or the prevailing tone Y 4-21 D. E. COOPER M'f g Co. '. =a -!
t mfatake for a woman with this styleof of the room. t
face to wear a very large hat Under PRINCESS KAIULANL Two or three shelves placed conveniently 11. ..
r. it her features are too insignia her American name and title would are not too many, and when en
;, calf have been the heiress of the Island do amelled with white they give an air of New Store !I. Hew Goods i! Rock BottomRibsI f I ITj4OMAS0'1

the features am small and piquant main. She has been educated in.Eng freshness to the room. The china mugs

f> a dashing hat with striking trimming land and on the Continent, and is said toothbrush holders, .soap, dishes etc.,
l may be perched Jauntily upon to be most accomplished and charming are more dainty than those of silver City :Dlr ctory. & B OWfi -'
,' A fluffy coiffure. A girl endowed with and extremely fond of her home In and much easier to keep clean. Of ,
\ a clear-cut profile ,should adopt the Honolulu which is a perfect paradiseof course, there is almost an unlimited Dealers in
t. picture hats laden with plumes and tropical beauty and luxuriance of number of bathroom conveniences but OFFICERS. Dry Shoes, Ladies' and GentleJ 1. Q'9

1 half-shading the face. No other styler foliage. The young woman is still a with a few dollars and a small outlayof WU."ON WHIU.D1N-..-.._Mayor Furnishings and Notions. '. ;
will so effectively emphasize this classic social leader, although she has lost her thought bathrooms can be made GEO.S.ADAMS Clerk Assessor and Treasurer ,:. ,
t e style of beauty. throne. much more attractive and convenient PACT C JONES-Marshal We buy for cash and sell for cash so give lower prices than stores who give

r A face which has a tendency to than they are generally. BO 4HD OF ALDERMEN. credit. Our motto is, Quick sales and small profits, and no din ,
Tfc Klulnc Spot. -- -
is suited in the mat-
roundness easily
ter of hats. One of the very late A number of yean ago an enterpris ComblaalUB Chair) ..Work T bl>> .- G E0;W.POTTER.! -----.-President crimination, but sell to all at same price, goods are all **'1 >f1110U

f spring fashions Is an elaborately writing-paper manufacturer placed This chair is one of the newest JOHM B BEACH._.-...- ---J-D MATBIS plainly marked in figures. 1 ,"V .-.*. ',
}: trimmed English walking bat A hat upon the market some sensational note pieces in furniture. It shows the fine J.A.STRAIN DERMAN. GEO.I. BKAKNING \ ,
.- of this style lengthen the face.A paper known as "lovers' ,stationery." simple lines and plain earring of the CARL SCHJUJBNICK......-. B. M. POTTER 'h'
;. very round face should adopt the It sold like hot cakes and soon be best cabinet makers, and serves also Council meeting on the rat,and 3d Tuesday in Established 1875. I .Ica( :"

r plainest coiffure. A large hat with came a fad, particularly among the each month at y:3op. m. ;

plumes, set squarely on the head, will young. '
J" $5.---
be found very,becoming.' It is a great The popularity of this "freak" stationery William A. Bours & .Qo., ".K:

F' mistake not to wear a hat sufficiently was'due to an almost indistinguishable Directory. .., ,
t large In the brim. There is nothing spot located in the lower County

l which so effectually mars all attempts left-hand corner,of the fourth page. In Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers
It at style and becomlngness. shape this mark was round and of COUNT y OFFICE lS. ,
r A sailor bat is a good model for about the size of a quarter. It was ,
very A.E. HEYSEB.. _,_..__... County JudgeA. -, ',' '.'
the round face and tije peaked Alpines covered with an aromatic gum which ...QUIMBy....:....Circuit Court Clerk No. 6 EAST BAY STREET; -::.- JACKSOXVIU.B, Fu. ';
hats are decided successes. The girl gave it an agreeable odor when the Attorney 1
BOBT. R. TAYLOR -Prosecuting ,
with the average face has rather the lips were: pressed to the Ingenious device i -
II'ofl' l i B. CBILUNGWORTH.sber "
best of the situation. However she of Cupid, for the.mysterious sym M.J.B.GRCBEK. ... __Til Awessor we handle only the Beet and most Reliable Reed A complete Stock of t"

,r,;:, too must be 'careful to study effect bol was known as the "kissing spot" H.J.TtONY..,..............Tax Collector Hay Corn Oats Flour 'i.
{ Beauty Is either made or marred by af' and was affected by those delirious of E. H.DUIICK.-_...... ___..TreeaarrrWILL Bran, Wheat, Grits, '. ; -

'f. hat.When the correct shape has been employing The paper a which novel bore messenger the Imprint of love.of FRANKLYN H. RUSSELL.SHEEN: Supervisor...... .-_.of_ Registration, Surveyor Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, Both Bright and Dirk.AT .
.. found the color should be chosen to affection was of some delicate shade InstructionCOUNTY
harmonize with the hair 'eyes and preferably pale pink or' blue. When WHOLESALEState ;
r complexion of the wearer. Every de- held to the light the water-mark of COMMISSIONERS.
:i. tAll, should be studied carefully and this sentimental stationery ,was seen N.W.PITT,Cbairmaa.__...'Lake Worth Agents for Tygert-AIIen Fertilizer Co., '. "

Ii: Judged from an artistic,point of view. to be the appropriate emblem of two G.W.LAINiHART..Palm Beach Star Brand Fertilizerit-tiaaranterd anrlysis, Orange tren antI Veg"tsbia Fertf4Ar" pun
In that way only can any woman hope hearts transfixed bj an arrow. W. J. SHOUK.' ,..... .. ._...Coc anu' Grove ground Bone,Nitrate 80 la. Muiate 01 Votasb i'upbate: Yotaeu Kanit: ern fbrot, .
t'tr&llizerl -
"to have millinery which is thoroughly E. L.WHITE... ...;_............Buena Vista Bend for have Catalogue no$uperior ID the Market utd I trial will COU\'lne ;
1 becoming. w........d lr...Her Bukbllfe W.V.RUSBISG.-.Neptune Froe,4. 'a.r'.- .
pf The demand for new.bl1ls for shopping Comnfeiuoaen meet in regular session on :
EV Hraddrvu.Bows ,
/ is on the increase among women be lint Monday in each month. T p
r-1 wings twists of velvet and
said a bank teller "and is getting to bea FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. \?--NARCISSUS STREET. ,
dragon flies are used for headdresses .
nuisance. A women II ;
great many .
Some models of DADA COCKTT.
for evenings. these HEM1IBB ) --
are shown here. The bow on the left won't handle any currency that is not B N.mMICJC.Palm Beach. .. Senator MY SPECIALTIES
aide of the illustration is a Louis XV. absolutely fresh and crisp. P.8.MORSE, MlamL&epmeDtative: THECORNER : I-
"It is not generally known but bills COMBINATION CHAIR AND TABLE.
can be washed and ironed as easily as COliNJY SCHOOL BOARD. n ---ter
two purposes In having a table top on
a pocket handkerchief. A wealthy wo- the back that can be turned up for use SOTBMHTRJlDEirr OP PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, FANCY FAMILY GROCERIES. I "
i ___.____._--Lemon City .
man of my acquaintance has all her at a moment's notice. Z.T.MER.RITT tz -.
money laundered before she use It She UEKBIEa or SCHOOL B01KD.' CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS /

turns the notes over to her maid, who Children'. Co>rt*<.... J. W.JACKSON.l bairman.Coeoannt Orove FANCY TEAS AND COFFEES.
washes them thoroughly hot water It Is significant to observe how some K.B.KING__........-....-........:-Jupiter !
with ordinary soapsuds and spreads men fall to know how, to treat their A.W.GARNETT. .____Hypoluxo GROCERY FRESH FRUITS AND VEGfiT

them out on the table to dry. Then she wives and sisters when they meet .,. BLES IN SEASON.- ,
.; dampens them slightly and presses them.- It seems to them quite unnecessary .II
them with a medium hot smoothingIron. to lift their hats or to give their
_. nearest and dearest the courtesy they State DIrectory HEW STORE, NEW GOODS COURTEOUS TREATMErfT.l..::''r
"If the bill Is not frayed,this process would freely render to any woman outside .
will make It as bright and crisp as of the domestic circle. This .' ...."

when it first left the Treasury. It Is should not be, and the sooner a revolution EXECUTIVE DEI ARTlIIENT.w. Prompt Free Delivery on Both Sides of he Lake ....
astonishing how dirty money gets. If is accomplished the better. The D.BLOXUAM: ...............:'...Governor
one could see the water. in which a ablest and most persuasive treatise in JNO.L.CUAWFOBD__Secretary of State
dozen commonly circulated bills were the etiquette of the home will not be WM.R. BtYNOLV5_ ..........COmptroller d. F. OLIVER Proprietor
washed it would give them a perman- able by Itself to work the change although JAMES B. WHITFIELD.....___Treasurer ,, ..
nt aversion to the tale of teller. it would be helpful toward that, WK.B.LAMAR-......._....Attorney General
end. What is needed is the right trainIng W.K.SHE ATS.Supt.. Public Instruction
,U'.tlM for Mck. of boys and girls. Courteous behavior L.B.WOHBWELL._....-.Con..Agriculture ------- --.

I The best gymnastics for developingthe should be enforced by parents in PATRICK HOUSTON.-._ Adjutant General POPE, .
neck are: Slowly bend the head the same way as other good qualities W. H.MILTON JR-....... Surveyor-Gcneral -WHOLE8ALE- ,
forward until the chin nearly touches are taught. Office at Tallahassee Florida.U. l

the neck then gradually raise the One of the most successful instrue- S. SENATORS.

head and throw it backward as far as tors of the young in our day bears this R.PASCO................ ...........Montieello Fruits and Produce
.< I testimony; : "People complain of the
you comfortably; can. Repeat this I So R.MALLOaY.--, __..PensaeoU
ARTICLES IttKBAIB DRESSING. movement twenty times, then bend way children behave and lay the blame .
t bow of pink stiffened ribbon and all- the head sideways to the right twenty, of their behavior on the day; school U. S. CONGRESSMEN. .
make W.DAVIS......... .. ..._.._... Palatka Commission Merchants.
Ter. which Is stuck Into the hair. The times and to the left twenty times. but If they would only the children BOBT. -
I one beneath ,it of silver tissue. The Roll the head slowly; first to the right do at home as they are requiredto S. M.SP ARKM N.__...............Tampa
J one to the right Is a*hairpin with head and then to the left twenty times: do In school matters would be dlf'erent SUPREME COURT jfJ GES. Fancy Grades of BUTTER AND OHE SE.t

} .of rosettes formed of narrow gathered After these exercises bathe the neck' They laugh at the child when M. H.MABBY.................. .Chief JusticeF. We Solicit Your Business.
,I and pleated velvet Beneath It la a pin in warm water and ollve-oll soap rub he lifts his 'hat or says 'Please' or B.CARTER.......... Associate Justice ,
.., headed with a pair of Mercury wings with a soft towel and anoint with a* 'Thank you, forgetting that othersare K. F. TAYLO .-.__......... ,We only solicit the business of Merchants and Will Not nil order from Conrairtt-thrr
: ,in white ,feathers, lightly spangled good skin food before retiring. If,this trying to make up for their neglectof should buy from their home dealers '
with steel treatment is persevered In the neck duty." This word In season should R. R. COMMISSIONERS .JI.11 .
will become firm white and beautifulIn stir up parents to a sense of the Importance -' H.K.DAY;-Y-Chalrman.=.-..-._Gainesville "
Cast .f P..ID.,.,.. the morning it is an excellent planto [ of cultivating by precept and J.L MORGAN.-,.__....;....-.'...JasperJ. .. -- -
t To produce the yearly output of perfumery bathe the neck in cold water and to example the requirements of domestic .M. BIlYAN.-.-.. ..- ___"___Kibsimmee SSee11SeeeeeeeeeeeeCeleeeeeleeee11seaeete.eJ1eeGRAIN .
: In the Department of Sea Alps the muscles. etiquette. JOHN L. NEHXEY.Ja.Clerk _Arcadia
,' in France, the Revue Statistique says massage Headquarter and offices of the Buard at Tact : HAY "'- !
requires 4.000.000 pounds of roses 5- Ac* of TMBeh lirldci. ,
I 000.000 pounds orange blossoms 4,000- Bed and d farce. The Hachette Almanac for the cur' _:-.,. e FLOUR GRITS, MEAL. COTTONSEED MEAL XND*
Beaded bags in .
000 pounds Jasmine. 300,000 pounds purses are more rent year gives some very interesting :
evidence than ever. Silver and gold :V :
I' cassia blossoms 300,000 pounds tuberoses statistics as to the age of brides in
I beads are used freely while the efforts France. Only 13 out of 100 General DIrectory. .
and 400,000 pounds violets. The young wo-
1 average price paid for these blossoms made to beads imitate which gems with worked the colored In- men marry between the ages of fifteen j GARDEN: SEED .'< f fJ t
glass are
per pound' Is: Rose 6 cents: or- and twenty. From twenty to twenty- COURT CALENDAR.
blossoms, seven cents; Jasmine years average i
ange is of silk, in contrastto Seventh Circuit. ARRIVING FRESH ALL THE TIME. o
i twenty. ve cents; tube roses fifty groundwork great The further from her twenty-fifth year ( ) .
II Z : cents, and violets and cassia blossoms the beaded design. the maid travels the slimmer are her M.8. JONES .;............ _.... circuit nap' : LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH. WRITE'for QUOTATION* j
..' ,forty cents One plant of violets fur. Richness of coloring Is the aim, and chances for marriage; still up to thirty J. D.BEGUS...__-..... Stnte's Attorney :
f'I Dishes about six ounces of blossoms the effect Is heightened by; the most yean the nuptial chimes ring out for SPRING TERM.Oscnola JAMES B. BOURS .
.. F Md an orange tree about twenty elegant mountings, very freely; Jewel-' 22 out of 100. County.1st.Monday in March. j JfflSYille 1o1'
f ted to match the body of the bag. Maids from thirty to thirty-five years Orange 84 t ,
poends.A woman can gather forty; pounds of: These bags are finished with flat belt old have 12 chances In 100; from Lake 4tb" .. .......................,....................,.... ./ei I '
bag clasps or with the collapsible thirty-five to forty G. and from 2d April.
rote In four hours, or six pounds of years Volnwa -- _.
jasmine In the same time. She can round tops and some even with the forty to forty-five years only 5: in 100 Bretard 4th" -

Bb- pick twelve pounds of tube roses in a !sliding rings of the old fashioned silk There is only one lucky female in 100 Dade l"t Monday after 4th Monday Clarence 0. Miller Miller, ,,
but all are as elaborate as Lori toillant!
purses possible :
third of a day, but it takes a full day's who marries when between forty-fire in April.
work to gather twenty pounds of violets in coloring; with conventional and fifty years old. FALL TERM. S. B. MILLER & CO.
or orange blossoms floral design of Persian patterns. It must not be supposed however, Oaceola County,1st Monday in October.
that after fifty oblivion covers the M N N Ei.Ublii.hed 1841-
To obtain one pound of essence re- Orange
Tartar T..tk.Do heart of "belated maids." t
Even when 4th
4, qulne-Of roses 324)00) pounds or Lake -.WHOLESALEOommission
nearly 5,000,000 single blossoms; 2,000 not let tartar remain upon the between the years of sixty and sixty. Volnsla W Nov. -
: pounds of orange Mossoms or 1,200- teeth. If you do the result will be inflammation five there is a chance for one maid Erevan 4th N 1/

'. 000 single% towers' Each year's output and frequently; loss of the among. 865. 1st Monday after the 4th Monday Fish Dealers.
of the district amounts to 1,000,000 teeth by loosening or decay. The diet The strongest: competitors maids in November.

t pounds of pomades or cosmetics, and has a great effect upop the teeth, andIt have to encounter are the widows, for GOVT SIGNAL SERVICE DEP1. 7 Fulton Fish Market

1,000,000 of odorous fluids has been noticed that persons who they marry with equal if not better J.W.CRO TK ...............-_ Observer NEW YOHK,
live largely upon meat are more troubled chances than their sisters.
Observatory at Jupiter Inlet. SPANISH MACKEREL SHEEPS-HEAD
with tartar than those who FISH
!'reII.... WMMB.Women -- ,
; on fruit and vegetables chiefly A XMI.a Abeat Pre .J.lr.r. GOVT LIGHT HOUSE SERVICE.
i are running men closely In SNAPPER GREEN
,; competition in the United It Is best to have a dentist remove not press a sleeve or dress waist trait House at Jupiter Inlet. TURTLE Tr.
; professional There,are 4,000 actresses and the tartar,'but where this is not possible seam on a flat surface. Keep a board JAMES A.ARMOUR.........____.Keeper StPncils IVomptJr Furnished. 1. ft'i
ftUtes. vocalists and instrumentalists one can take It away by rubbingthe for the purpose made from a rolling J.A. WELLS.,.......... _._... IstAwistanl
15,000 to the States: 11.000 follow art as spot with a little pulverized pumice pin sawed In half lengthwise, so thatit BENJ.WELLS. '..' td Assistant -- ..... ij
done. moistened with lemon juice.,Use will rest firmly on a table beneaththe
a profession; 2.800 literature and 890 U. \. LAND OFFICE.
Vrarnallsm. The women also try their an orangewood stick sharpened to a weight of the iron and then coverIt J.M.BARCO-_ .................Register
ry hand at dramatic authorship an Vmanv flat point to apply the pumice to the as you would an ironing board. It N.D.WAINWIUGIIT..1teeelv" SUBSCRIBE FOB THE SUN
supplies just what is needed
Tbt Dumber tartar. Rub back and forth until the a
'- yagd II t1110s so o- spot is removed. curved smooth surface. Office at Gainesville ilonda.


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'THE" :'T TROPICAL ,SUN. work, "|100. Mr. Snlzner ban also EXTINCTION. ,CHRISTIANITY. DEALER

kindly'promised to seat the church I ''M. E. GRUBER IX. HARDWARE
t' ______MoMuKpcr bade Coaat),Honda.TMftCU : Wrlttea for THE TKOPICAL Scsr.! .
: ,
: free of cost. -Mr.Solzner assures tbe
HI PULlSailG COMPANY, Expert statisticians assert: the CROCKERY and
writer that everything be has done
CUT L MKTCALF. soi.. present rate of decline; the Christian
has.been in the interest and for tbe
' : : PUIUN&0 IVtRY THURSDAY, religion in 2590 will be extinct "
;_ i .- AYWQY_ PA t MAOH.OADI COUNTY, FtOHIO good of the Guild,of which Mrs.Snlz- as as FURNITURE.
the dodo. The investigators of i insanity
; UUCRIPT'OI. PIIC!. Z.OO A YEAR.Xtttted ner has been one of tbe must earnest

'; c,- at the tatofice of West Palm.Beach workers, even in its early days. predict that ,at tbe presentrate All Kinds of Boat Coods.

: u second. da a mattn..L ._ "Mr. L. W. Burkbardt, donationof i of increase in the: year 2007"all Store,Tinwtre, DOOM,Sub sad Hlfidt
the world be iD814 Leaving
will ,
TOTISOAT.- .MARCH 88. 1899. lamps, 10.-Mr. Burkhardt's e. All Kinds Fishing Tackle and Sporting 3oodx.
: these two prophecies gleaned (rnn .S
donations have been and liberal -
many .. Gasoline Stores. Blue Flame Kerosene Oil Stove
,'9' A PtCaUAR CoRRE 'TION. and are not confined to la in pi*, widely different sources, o'om'p ment each other we can eathat -L.. m-Ua,1 Ordrn Gina FrumpS Attention. 11.147 "
notwithstanding Mr. Hindry'e 'ICOr- A. --

I F' In 'I tot' week'a. baue,of THE 8v:; mt statement to date." Hw assistance treadingclose upon the heels of thu" _ _

there appeared the following eotnmanlcation threatened decadence are such._mar,
has always been txxjanseof and well have been regarded as a dreamerof A' VALENTINE>re ld..Dt. C. U.VALE. TI E.1'rAIUref.
t r-. under the captiou of "A velous manifestations in the oppositedirection
In the furtherance of the efforts of the dreams.
Correction:" as have never, existed v'en ; VALENTINE PRODUCE CO.
,: Guild of which Mrs. Bnrkhardt is We-commenced this article as a 8 *
It having been stated in your issue in 1833tbe high tide of Chrhtianity.The .
- : dtbc2dt1t.snds1so1naprevbnIssue1 one.of the most zealous members. comment on Lissot's Bible, but our ESTABLISHED 1870. [INCORPOSATED.]
:! j influence of Christ has enter*)
...: that the Episcopal Church in Mr. T. D. Brown, donation of p prelude has consumed our share and
\ Welt Palm Beach built with pc.litics, art_and literature to an extent -
waa chancel furniture; also lumber, -Mr. we mo&t defer. E, H S. 262 Washington Street N. Y. '
; : moat)' rabed by the Ladies' Guild.Ideeaitonlynghtandjucttootbers. undreamed of by those whose ,
Brown attributes his efforts to a de- ,

4 t, concerned that the true facts should Hire.to aid the Ladie&'Gui1dof wbich'Mrs. attention has not been called to tbf THE ALICIA-HERALD' CALLED DOWN. Refers by permission to x

::': be knows ao that, while not in anyway subject. ,. '
in their
ia member
Brown -
a National Bank New York.
Irving -
-.i discounting the efforts of In behalf of Turner. the .
English .
't, 4 the UdieV Guild no' alight my be Sflf-assumed labor for the establish Ruskin MANATEE FLA. Mar. 17, 1899 First National Bank, St. Augustine, Fla.

felt by other friends who have so ment and maintenance of a Chunh landscape painter, John entered EDITOR TBOPICAL' SUN; Bank of Bay Bijcayoe, Miami, Fla.Bradstreet' -
aided in various in the literature critic.. The
I i' kindly ways as result -
Mission here. In your issue of March. 9th, I notice and Don's Agencies. .
f. pbUdIngotbechurch. of his tbe .
>< labor was foundingta
Ii.- .Tbe following is the correct statement "N Y. Prayer. ()Ik Society gift of an article beaded "The Coming
to date as taken from the new school of art, and much controversy Commission Merchants in Fruits i
h,;' ntaste-boak: twenty-five prayer-books and eight and perturbation in artistic Citrus Fruit Belt, hv Alicia Herald, Produce.

bibles.-What has this item to do of St. Fla. whose *
: Charcn lot donated by Mrs. LHarris Augustine, object
circles. As incident he'
fF, by arrangement with Mr. with the question as to whether or an pointed i in to show that tho citrus fruits and Represented by QEO. S. ADAMS
out that "Nature is animate with .,
r:' FUgkr.Anxmat
not the presence of the Episcopal early vegetables,cannot be raised in
l( raised by Ladies' Guild Deity-even the Deity of Christ WEST PALM
: (work and donations) to May. 1848 t Church building here is or is not due other counties .that Dade, Brevard -

tt: and expended upon the church to the efforts of the Ladies' Guild? that Christ was C t'8til.f'ft to become and Lee r. 'untit a. This ia an intentional -
,i: the central glory of literature antI
: "Lailiea' Guild, donation of chancel 'wrong done this part of the
5 Windows and doorf presented by art. He was the first to di-cern and PROFESSIONAL CARDS. LEGAL NOTICES.
the Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea hangings "-Comment unnecessary State, or a want of knowledge on the
declare the unity of the kingdoms of
Talne $100.
here. part of the writer. One paragraph
; Mt, *; Hone cuh donation. $so nature and grace, and that the "full w I. METCALF, TO
: Mrs. J. B. Beach, cash donation, 'Thethanks of the Mission are also ness of Him who filleth all in all" says "True it is. however, in the la VT. NOTICE NON-REHvENTS._ .

$7- due to Mt88rs.V.. Whilldin, W m. pervaded it de'of Palmetto, Manatee 1-1 ATTORNEY .AT. LAW.
Miss L.Hindry cash: donation.$i.Mrs. both syst. ms. In Circuit Court Seventh .
Carl Schrebnick Judicial
caih donation. Kelso, W.E., Glenn, this State, a few groves produce NOTARY PUBLIC. .
Ceo Wellington, No minister in America
I have not England or Will practice in County Stale and Feder,1Coum. of Florida and for Dade County. .
; .|SUr. and others, whose names auges. since 95. This place i ii' 30 .
; George Maltby, cash dona.. at hand. for their kind assistance, would,half a century ago,have risked minutes south latitude 28 df><..rrees. LAND CASES A SPECIALTY. In Chancery.
;; tIoa, Ss. his reputation for sanity by saying Office TROPICAL SUN Block, EUOESB H. Doucye. :
1 Mr. L G. Snlzner* gratuitous and totheongregatiooalChurchfor i if Christ what Ruskin & id. Even Here also early vegetable are seldom West Palm Beach. Dade Connty. lorida.F .

, 't, work $100. Mr. Sulzner has also the loan.f beats."-Whetherthis.tbe a' success." WILLIAM S. LKTO.V IDA JU.U .

I' f', ", kindly proaa lcd to scat the church last of the items specified, i is a partof those who adopted his artistic views In tbe first place no orange grove RANK W. POPE, TO!>, W nUN W. Forerbwar* '
, free of COlt.i reg:irded much of that fea>nre as the BI.JU-KMER: NELLJB C. of Mort&age: .
i 1 Mr. L. W. Burkhardt, donation ofr "the correct statement to date, as on the Manatee river that bore a
harmless aberration of pious entho-' A TTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR A 1 LAW. BL tcKM: EB not CBAU.M
1" ; 1aapa" 110.L taken from the minute-bonk"ia hardto crop in '94 has failed to bear every H. HATDES.
;: Mr; T. D. Brown, donation of ia8m. Ill East Bay Street,
I but whether it is or not does '
say; since including the 95.
chancel furniture also lumber. year year! It
} "J. ; 2-5-98 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA appearing from the affidarlt of Bobt B.
i Earlier than he have ,
, F N. Y Pray.r-Boak Society, gift oftweatV'fire not affect the question in hand. might ,dared The crop from the Manatee river forth Taylor wliritcr 'for eompl lna.t la tile

It t. fciblesf prayer-books and eightIf' The examination of these items in to hope his extreme views are becomIng year of '95 was 37.000 boxes; J Jof abore-entitled cause,that tt'UUam 8. Llatoa

: ?' Ladies'Guild. ,donation of chancel detail. with the possible exception of apparent in many, ways, and it the CTOJ, of the entireState. The A LEX St. CLAIlt-ABltAMS, one and(21)(Ida 11.years Uuto; that areoTertheairvot they oon-mldeBUaf twmty.

fc *- W 'banting two ftbows that the proof sought to must be forever admitted that, influenced '96Ve the State of
year had 65,00'J; 9obout ATTORNEY.A T.LA W, Florida.and are r o v re ldent.t>t

11 The thanks of the Mission are also. be adduced by Mr. Hindry only goes by eternal forces, he was the 70,000 and '08, 78.000 twxes. Yonsay JACKSONVILLE, FI.!.. the city of Sagina w.State of 1IIrllla.! ; that
i i doc to Messrs W. Whilldin. Wm.Kelso. first in this direction the Chark H. Hayden to over the an of t.'nt,.
: Shrebaick -' to confirm the statements be to proclaim Practice In all the Circuit Courts, State and
W.. E.' Glenn, Carl very oranges can not be successfully Federal one (21)years a non-resident of the State of
1 aa-1 others,whose namas I have has endeavored in vain to discredit.In divine destiny.If raisedexceptin Brevard, Dude and 12.2\1-98. Flurl.la.aDd that bUresldenct noknowa to

::, f' not at hand for their kind assistance, almost item detailed ia seen Ruskinhadadded that before the'close affiaLt.; and that there In no pentoa la tk*
every Lee Counties do ? Thisyeartle
; and to the Congregational Church i you State of Florida the service" inbpceaa npoa
!I.,. forthelo..nofseaa the direct effect or result of the workor : of the nineteenth century the.,Manatee river section will ship one IF C. HOOD, M. D. whom would bind such defendant,or either

L. Fm JAMES HIXDRY. influence of the Ladies' Guild autocrat of the mo arbitrary European I half the' of the State .1I. of them
: I'riestinChirge. government would attempt the I I orange crop PHYSICIAN AND SURGtOH. It Is therefore ordered that the sail +....
Mission. members. about 88,000i-oles. Mu natee County .
Hall Trinity ants do aPpear to answer the bill of eon.
: Wen not for the fact 'that at And strangest of all is it that Rev. adoption Christ'steachingby. mak- is the banner orange County of Office ant Hotel Residence, PALM BEACH.near Royal Point-Ian*3-1-98 plaint in the above-entitled eaiu* apoa U*

of the above communicatioB Hindry,subscribing himself as'Triest ing overtures for permanent peace; the State. Then your article states FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL A.D.1899.

%. leectoae object was evidently to throw in Charge of Holy Trinity Mission" that Tolstoi in the East and .Hernyi t4t! early' vegetables seldom a TJ B. POrTER, M. D., the same being the third day of said DOBtk
in the West would be at theofficeof the clerk of Mid rourtIajuo,
discredit on the _statement that I should make such a labored effort to success. No one would manufacture .LI''. Dade County, Florida. ,,,4

IneraJ.Jnatance8 appeftfed dissipate or minimize the credit ascribed monopoly in. His URn.aeb t.i,. ; such ,n infamoD8-8tatemenl! unless 8-23-93, PALM BEA JI. FLA It Is further ordered that this order of pabilcatlon -. ,

_' mua column to the effect ,to the one organized: body_of the city.of Paris in little morej.hanot possessed with an intense desire todo be pobliibed in THE TkonrAL Sf_.a '-
In these newpaper poblwbed at Wet Pain
the Christ sentiment id A. T1IOMASON D. S.
have labored century wOl "
faithful women this section injustice, in order D Dade ,Florida,
that to the.efforta and Influence of County once a week for tar
_, devised in from the denunciation of Vo I' f consecutive ,
and planned aud season grow fti'tnild some other section:, week
tile Ltdlel'- 810D Guild of this up Officer Corner Clematis Ave. and Olive St.
and out of season, for a period of taire, ecrase&rinfne-"oust the Manatee is further Dope and ordered at June Dad County
and County to-day WEST PALM BEACH. FLA.
; tOn fa due the existence:: erection Florida. thin February ;iOth 1899.A.F.QCIUBT..
years to'accomplisb results of which wretch!I"; from Reuan'stifediseredilug : f advanced than any portion oi Flor- AU kinds of modern dentistry known to the I .
Church buildIcflffltbtnotfef4
of the Episcopal profession. UolJ crown and bridl l-work a
i called upon toanjwertbe be id at least as great a beneficiary his divinity to tbe new Bible now ida on early vegetables We have specialty.! Teeth extracted without pain. Clerk Oreslt Cuart.

j. ".- RT. L. Fits-James Hin- as anyone. It is more than! passing being published and sold thereat five. I here at Manatee, tomatoes forming 1 .2'.g8 Office Boors: Q to u a. m.and i to 4 p. m. .

.,,'letter. strange.It hundred each. [fruit, squash fruiting, Irish potatoes,' NON.RB lDEN

Bit as Mr. Hindry baa seen fit to is unnecessary suggest,despite" I Had he predicted that the attitude !114 inches high, cucumbers running, DANIEL JJOT1CE 'So

: take TEE Boa to task for it* Wrollg.i "the correct statement to date, of Judaism toward Him would be not shipping <'lery, beaus in bloom, and T Li. In Circuit Court, Seventh Juditial Cir .

i ;: fat tMifcnmrat of credit it is but that there are many whose contribntionsIarge only patronizing but apologetic ; all of our vegetation is'as far or further DENTIST cuit of Florida, in and/orD.zdOisuly. .

proper tbut THK Sen either make and small, fail to appear that.Jews who were taught that only vanced than any other section COCOA INDIAN EITEE,FLORIDA.K. .1-26-se In Chdrtery

I good: iU position or acknowledge its in "the correct statement to date," to name His name was bliyphemy]of this State. Now Mr. Editor, in STEPHEN \. BBAVO. J. F. '

I error. In this instance it prefers tol' to say nothing of the mauy who con- should come tosaytliis: Shan we; the interests .of justice do you not 'WALLACE MOSES, LAXOKD and run CAI

.taod by it* former assertions and tributed to this, as to other worthy not, then, as Jews not also gladly think that it is an editor's duty to ROLL.
their II Successor to A. W. Robert TS.WU.UAM .
causes. with no desire! to have and bail Him one of our
ascertain the truthfulness of his
to ihow.laTgely by Mr.Hindry'a own correspondents REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE S. LIXTOX, IDA M.LJXTOS. Forwkeer.

: "trM tacts" and "correct statement doings paraded before the public. noblest men, but also accord Him before publishing what Agent for West Palm Beach Town Lots, also Wiaaiii W 'S't.

,, i: to date u taken from the minute gaze. Ot the wisdom of the publication His proper place in our history''j I would: be detrimental to one section Went Palm NOTARY Beach PUBLIC.Water Works..' BLACKMEK BLACCMEB: and NELLIE CHARLES C

by Mr. Hindry of his "correct '. It is high time for us Jews to lake Clematis Avenue, Olive
1 f. book" that its statement have been Tof this glorious State. We of the near street. HATOCR. .
5-21-97 West Palm Bench. Florida.
date" it is not in the '
: perfectly colTe t. Now let n. ana- statement to up this Dreyfus case of 1800 years'I Manatee river'need not to hurt the
I of this article to question. I It appearing from the affidavit ol Bobt. B.
)jw for a m.oment"tbe correct state province ago and refute the charge-Let his reputation of any one to build np our I. METCALF, Taylor solicitor lor the romplaJ..... te ih.

!' sent to date us taken from the min-, That will be left to be finer feelingsof \blood be on us and our children.' pirt of Florida. We have a fine cli- GUY above-entitled cause, thai Wllliaai UnIon

II to-book:" those more interested, some of He concludes thus: "Jesus was a mate and soil, and if we had a few NOTARY PUBLIC and Ida 31. llotoa are over the aj of t....

Mrs. Mar- whom the writer knows requested Unlike othE't'tearh'r For the State of.. Florida at Large. ty-one (21: yean; tbattbejrarrBOB-rtfid
'Church lot, donated by man of the people. any more enterprising citizens and busi- of the State of Florida. and are sow mUraU

via. by arrangement with Mr. Flltlt- their names and donations withheld or prophet? He had :i message'tnes3 men, Manatee would indeed 'Deeds, Mortgages.Drafted.Conveyancing Leaves. and Contracts' of the city of Satciaaw. Slat of Mkatxaa:

Undo was the organizer from publication.It for the the illiterate the a Specialty. that Charles II. Hayden U over I" act .l
kr. Xr$. flourish and blossom as the rose. AU Work Guaranteed Legally Correct. twenty-one(21)yesrsa noa-mldeat of tat
Palm Beach Lidie'E.copii.I is a matter of genuine regret that :. forsaken.:' '1 Office In TROPIcaL SUN Block. .
ol the West Hoping that you will do justice to West Palm Beach, Dade Tvonty. Fl<'rida. State of Florida and that hU rwM see Ie .
Mixvion; Guild in 1893was subjects:such AH these whose details know n to amant. and that there k M persia
If Buskin, we repeat, had so muchas this matter, lam,
in theStateof Florida,
it* first president and the one to should be kept as sacred from public hinted at these changes he might Very Sincerely. A. K. WILSON.JJ01ICB P D. BROWN, whom would Mad theMrvlreotrabpiwaaopon such "'eudaDta, er

whom the very inception of the Episcopal c-irp and comment as one's doumttr 1. either of them.

Church work of this town 'w affairs should thus be brought out in ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. It is therefore o/dered that the MlJ dett4.

connection withbudos&IonofalotbParsaOutthe a newspaper communication and an GOINOTOMI.MIPIf 10 NONRESIDENTS.In Flans and specifications pivjiared. ants do appear to answer tile bill of conplatit
doe. Mr. Flagler's In the above-entitled tttut apoa the
Jobbing work given attention at
I method is prompt
The certainly a
swer. "you are, don't but. transfer Shop ou Datura Street. FIRST MONDAY IX APRIL A. D.l"W.

'_t .am* relation as that of a merchant doubtful propriety ; the purpose can tickets on the train. Patronize Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Cir the tame being the third day ol said! atoata,

: from whom one might purchase a only "surmised, although under the "Outside Hack men"-thrir carriages cuit of Florida,in and for Dade County. FRANKLIN bHEEN. GEO. O. BUTLER at the office of therterk ol said eoart.la June

I dollar's worth of sugar to present to caption of "A Correction:" the effect are on the right hand as you H. In Chancery. QuEEN & BUTLER. Dade Is County farther, Florida.It ordered.that this Atdct of pvb.Icatlon .

the Ladl*' Guild with which to can certainly be helpful to no one go out the gate. They drive home :. FBANKU.V SHEEN 1 O SURVEYORS AND-CIVIL ENGINEERS. be published in TIB TaontAL *r..s

lemonade sale at and to an unorthodox observer,*ith- teams and are nut in the transfer, vs.WILLIAM newspaper pub bh4 at WM PaJm $Mrk
sweeten their on a I Office at West Film Beach
S. LINTON,10.1.
I DadeCoantv. FloiMa, .
the of the church, the whole combine. All the outside carriage Foreclosure Lands legally sub-divided and for.nltihed. one a weak tor lout
chorea sapper. It was a gift outright out pale LJ.NTOKv ABBE* W. } map eouMeentlTe weeka.
t familiar with all Selecting andgradinglanda, beatIng -
drivers places
and solely that of the lady thing seem peculiarly peculiar in this are BLACIUEB. NELLIE C. of Mortgage and estimating timber a mut-lalt Care- Done and ordered at JD.o,DI... County
tJ aauwd. ayerful season we are wont to term cf interest in the town and surrounding Bur KMEK and CHARLES J lul and correct work guaranieed. AU roir. Florida,this February iOta. 1k99..s.r.gnsy.
Thev 11. HAYDr. 1 munlcatloD by mall receive prompt atten .
raised by Ladies' Guild Lent. THE EDITOR. country. are cou"eOU8 ? ,. tion. Mansand Blue I'mUs at Loweft fri ,
Amount : \ and polite and will treat you cea. WEST PALM BEACH FLA. 11-7-9S; Clerk Irrait Cmirt. .
It appealing from the affidavit of Uolit. R.
; (work tad donations) to May,1898, '
right. Taj lor, solicitor for romplninunt in the \
S and expended upon the church build- IP MIAMI MADE the TCounty Seat Inquire for R. J. MATHERS, aboTe-vntitled. cau e. tbat William S. Untoa : BARBER SHOP. !

; la*. |581.40.- ororoen\ unneceaary. everybody north of Miami will haveto B S. IRONS, and Ida M. Lin ton are over the age of tweu-' snINOLE Notice to the Stockholdersof.the
tj-one (21) years; tbat they are ooniwiiientsof Wm. Scli a ml t. Proprietor.
j least a day and SAUf'L
spend at H night, RorssTRKKf
the State of Florida and are now residents
(.Formerly at Hotel Royal Poinciana.1
-; j "Windows and doorspresented by another ht\\'ith the attendait expenses (.HABLES GOSSMAX, of the elty Saginaw, State of Michigan;

': tb torch of Betheado-hy-the-Sea, I every time they have a day's L. .... JEFFRIES. that Charles H. Hay den. U over tbe age of Only White Barber in the Town. Florida East Coast Telephone Co.

; Tlu ,|l50."-But for the lot pre business to attend to at the County twenty-one ((21)) yean a non-resident of thu West Palm Teach. Florida
State of Florida and that hi* residence U unknown .
; Stqll bJ' the first president of the Seat is LEGAL NOTICES. that there U Under the laws of Florida lefote the
Seat, while if the Couoly at to affiant; no person in ,
Lidli,' GaUd and tbe church It rue. leave tbe State of loads the service of eubporna 'Xl' S. nuu HAl't, '1. D. organization can be completed there
man can
West Palm a
i. : with funds rawed upon whom would bind each defendants,or must be ten per cent of the capital stock
> tare erectwl thereon borne in the morningdo: hid business NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED, either of them.It SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN paid ia. As our publication of

: by them (see preceding item), would at tbe County Seat and be home at _ 18 therefore ordered that the Bald defendants apply for charter has bees notice to
Also in
i a pecialist Gynecology. a sufficient
have do to the bill of
appear answer complaint -
appreciated present
:i this duly dinner the only meal he
night being length of time in the
IH that all hayIng
l been available? Xottre herebj given persons in tbe above-entitled cause upon the office and residence at the Seminole Hotel. newspaper, we are
cash dona- will have to buy away from home, any demand against the Estate of James FIRST MONDAY: IS APRIL A. D. 189t. Room 3. B99PirsiOlass now ready to organize.
Tbtfoext five items are C. Klnkley d...-vnKfd. are hereby notified to
I. if be lives at Miami or yet -ven You are therefore
even the same being the third da Tof tiald month, relocated to lemit
three of which art by ladies, prtvrnt the nito the uiukrtlgned.duly authenticated
.i dolls, south of there. Anvonenot Wind can within tlietio.errrsertbed by law,or at the office of tie clerk of l'alt1eourtln Juno twenty-five per cent of JOur nWripUoa

CTdft UM of whom 1 U a member of see where the County Seat should be tbU notlw w III be pleaded in bar ot rwovcry, Dade County Florida. on this the first call of stock to the Treas
Ladles'Guild one of tbe jpntBM It l hI limber ordered that this order of pub-
the put tc. save the most money for the And all person owing ald extate are required a..II..n be publUhi-d tu THE TKOFIIAL Srx. a urer, M. B. Lymaa Esq, at Laatua.
tbe husband of another of to make Immediate payment to tue. Fla.
being I citizens of this County, besides being uewpaper publixhed at Went Palm Beach, i
tie Guild member .and tbe otber the i them. GEORGE. LAl.MUKT, bade County, florida,once a week for f.ur Job Please be governed by the foregoing.
so much more couvenii-nt for i iI Executor of the Estate PrintingAt
active helper and consecutive weeku. Yours truly
hwband of an supporter of J8J1.letj'C. Kinsley. very ,
Guild in their ,*. Done and ordeied at'Jnno, Dade County. THE P. E. C.
of the Ladie I I Went Palm Beech. Fla. Florida tbm February 20th, 1899. TiurHoxi Co. j
..n. Thlatnnty..lxtb day of Junrary,A.D. A.. F. QUIMBY, Office.SiiefevClUg JR., Secretary.
:: Mr. IL O. thllluer f'atuitolU enough fruits for Dade County. IB99 I99 CUrk Circuit Court. Miami, Fla., Febinary 27. i$9


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y ... saving it Hake .. Labor. Internal iC.aelderaUoa They lJay. Iwa. T.lep..... 'fcy the pleasant and convenient hotel just ,... 1
built and -
CB *T Dram newly 'furnished located on
;' '. DRINK. A :OF' ._,THE WORLD. Liquid fuel for steamers Is exacting I Travelers in uncivilized countries the ocean beach in the town of Boyntoo PALM BEACH, FLA. ,' /If J.' "'"
foot of Lake ,
Worth twelve miles south
much attention in the columns of tech
.n f Witt Bc'Tanr'Apt &.I.rpttae'Yn have often wondered how some savage i of Palm Beach- Can be reached by P. Two doors north of post office. .A ;;r. II
deal Journal*. A notable trial of tribes were able to transmit news for i _. .
ThVAMnip Americas_ 1Ie. II E. C K. R. or by hunch sail boat or t. '
troleum on the steamship Haliotis pe-I hundreds of miles with no apparent i .
;_ Geed He Ua- ....!.*-Bow.'fte7 CMMffcN reamer.A
:.' With Ottor CmatrfeB. reported as having brought, out facilities for doing so. An Interesting I quiet place with pleasant surround BREAKFAST. LUNCHEONS AND DINNERS AT ALL HQUnf:
advantages of. this fuel most promi light is thrown on this subject by Jose legs for parties who wish to remain for
:.1':>. Did you >ever stop ,to consider how I nently. The bunkers of the ship are Bach who tells of toe means by which a period to enjoy the healthful climateof First Ciasa Chef,'Cuisine! and Service
R"\:; much you eat in the coarse of the year! so constructed that they can be used the Indians on the Amazon communicate Southern Florida away from the Private Dining Parlors.SST i
; If you are the'anrage American cit- hurly-burly of large, fashionable hotels. .
for either oil or,coal From them the with each other at a distance.
I t:. lien here is & part of your. annual bill oil Is pumped to a service tank above The natives live in groups of 100 to No pleasant formality and sociable.no stiffness, everything Orders Received for Dinner Parties of Any Number and at AD ILuUua'11

of far: the boilers, whence it flows by gravityto 200 persons, in settlements half a mileor Good, large pleasant rooms, and ..IJ
One,hundred and forty-seven" pounds a device at the furnace doors, where a mile apart In each dwelling thereIs homelike table service can be obtainedfor . .00000. ".0.'Y.Y.OOCtif) , of meat 133 eggs 200 pounds of potatoes by means of a steam Jet it is "pulrer-1 a wooden drum, which is buried for $z.oo per day and upwards. Specialrates 'bC !tegd '

240 pounds 9f wheat (in bread. bed," or broken into spray. Its combustion half its height in sand mixed'with frag- by the month. HOTEL HIBISCUS, Palm Beach. ..I

; At), 75 pounds of ingar 24 ounces of is carried on without any layer ments of wood, bone and mica, and has Call or address for further particulars A :New Rout, o. the name aide of Lake Worth aadry a ar the Key*! !

& tea. 155 ounces of coffee. : and ,four of incandescent coa It is claimed thata a triple diaphragm of leather wood THE BOYNTON, Boynton, Fla. Poiaciaaai3.BOperdar Bad apa ua 4 L. U.tILI.K1T, MaM-. ,. i

pounds of rice. given weight of oil developes more and rubber. When this drum. 1. HOLLY INN
f': We' are no more frugal in our use of: heat than the' same weight of coal struck with a wooden mallet the sound Daytona

t."J 'beer wine and
rage. being '43 ounces of tobacco to weight of fuel that must be carried the other drums in the neighboring fVKl.K..MMse-*
; each person, 15 gallons of' beer and for 'a voyage. In the trial mentionedit dwellings.It SCHMID'S CAI1Laims THE BUCKINGHAM, St. Augustine. '. ",.: .. t

- about two Quarts of wine was found that 2.27 pounds of ordinary is beyond doubt that,the trans osite Alcazar, Ponce ae Leon and Casino, a.4...... tar date pair ll!+J
;. Ireland leads all other countries in I English north country coal were mission of the sound takes place OR LUNCHES SERVED A U CARTSCjstsrjl.JUISIjleun.itJUIHcm. .J.50 per day and upward. WM. P. KCJNET, 1
yj potlto eating the annual consumption used for each Indicated norse power I through the earth since the blows J JI..P"I. i ; t.
f there being 1,467 pounds to each per per hour, as compared with L67 poundsof I struck are scarcely audible outside the send booklet. 2-3 OEO. C. HOWE. Proprietor.; :t'

t ion-or over four pounds a day. Ger- oIL houses in which the Instruments are \\eekl- Meal Tickets on Sale. . . . . . . ti : '
many with'an'annual per capita con- In the Eastern trade, where steamers ,placed. After a "malocca," or dwelling
. mmptlon.of 1.300 pounds comes next; have to rely on inferior Japanese and j has been "called up" by an initial blow, Ce-CUISIXS AND SERVICE UP TO OATS < -- ------- ,__.._ 1 : I

r the Netherlands' coming third' ,and Italy Indian coals, the comparison is still conversation, Is carried on between the 'C. H, SCHMID Proprietor J I Lu.Ud N BcMtiM Ufa rtla i.
f.- brlnpl1I .uP the extreme rear with an more in favor of the liquid fuel For ,two drums. Mr. Bach's explanation Is HOTEL opptnut "-.eaoyiI Msrtrf CL.8EKVICE. .g,
. annual per capita consumption of only Instance, a steamer requiring a minimum that the communication is facilitatedby Cnase Budding.Uematln Art. I "THE PA' 1 M E1t rlc1i&bISE ...IciIlo.W j

t:. forty-eight pounds. of 500 tons of coal for her voy- the nature of the ground, the drums WEST PALM BEACH. ('OYrma .*i-j ;.
I France heads from Aden fa aa,. $tj aai fee .
the. list In the 'consumption age to Singapore could cover doubtless resting upon one and the ftrjtn.Speo&l <
|' of the distance 300 tons of oil thus SUite By the fferIM
wheat using: 300,000,000 on same stratum of rock, since* transmission .., -.
|: bushels a'Jear..or 467 pounds to each largely increasing her cargo capacity. through ordinary alluvial earth FOR RENT Address"THE PALMS," WEST PAW BBACH, FLotI \. : __4.
& Inhabitant Canada comes second. Japan The speed at which the fuel can be could not be depended upon. This i -

t', using least-twenty-two pounds taken on board is'another great advan- method furnishes an ingenious modification MANALAPAN COTTAGE, ._- ,- -- '' '

\ per capita per year. tage. While the coaling in one hour of the process employed by Indians (12 Room Famished,at A New House -A.. .... .. : #.
f. But in the use of meats the difference may amount to sixty or eighty tons, for perceiving distant noises .
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between the divers countries' is 400 tons of oil can be pumped Into the HYPOLUXO BEACH FLORIDA. ,J\
5.4 (such aa the gallop of a horse), which "
feu best seen. The United States stands bunkers in the same time. The savIng consists In applying the ear to the This house occupies the most unique location I palm Beach Cottage >. .j
well at the head of fee list consuming of labor is another Important con- earth. :

.: 11,000,000,000 pounds a year Of this sideration. Once the burners are regu- Oa Lake Worth .

S meat 5,000.000,000 pounds are beef lated, the supply goes on automatically, ThBBdtr U Various Reatoaa.. Fronting both Ocean and Lake tat iI t
.4,000.000,000 pork and 800,000,000 mut- and a whole voyage may be run without Java is said to be the region of the In the midst of the Lareeet Coeoaant Grove Will. Open Dec. 15. .* .'
In the Unit*!States. Ocean and Lake Fteh .
ton. Great Britain comes second in once opening the furnace doors. globe where it thunders oftenest, having IDR. Sea Bathing. No Fogs Climate CDurpastted. i t
meat consumption averaging yearly This reduces the number of stokers, thunderstorms ninety-seven days Ajrplyto i'i\'e\ minutes WaUt) from the Royal poirioiaruu s '

100 pounds to each person. Norway and those who are engaged are able to In the year. After It are Sumatra,with JOHN BROWN,. Agent. .
; '
stands third in per capita consumption, work under much pleasanter and more eighty-six days; Hindoostan, with fif .2 Hypolnxo, Via.O'DONOGIDE Rates $2.50"per Day Special Weeklr! Rates. ./ .
: while Italy uses only 24 pounds of meat healthful conditions. Very little smokeIs ty-six; Borneo, with fifty-four; the ; .*. .
<:: to the inhabitant produced, a feature which commendsthe Gold Coast with fifty-two, and Rio de AddressPALM BEACH *' -

We are also at the head of the Us use of liquid fuel very strongly for Janeiro, with fifty-one. In Europe COTTAGE: ,' .:Af.. :
<. < egg-eating, using 10,000,000,000 egg men-of-war. The ease of its stowage Italy occupies the first place, with thir = Palm Beach Florida.
> a- year. Canada is second with a per: also favors its use In the closely-pack ty-eight days of thunder while France M ". ". : ..

,," capita.consumption of 90 eggs a year ed Interiors of torpedoboat destroyers.The and Southern Russia have sixteen days .f"
II' (to our 1S3), Italy's citizens haying but! consumption of ste Involving Great Britain and Switzerland have THE ALL 'ROUND '
,f-: forty-wen apiece. a serious loss of fresh water is one of each seven days, and Norway has four. THE EftRMftN HOUSBtV

, The use of rice differs fill more Its few disadvantages. Thunder is rare at Cairo, being heard =PHOTOGRAPHER' I : **
'. widely among different nations. The .. only three days in the year, and extremely Isnowopenfor\\lDterTra.-eJ. .' J J
in Northern Turkistanand BESTTHEMARAFk'f
whole United States uses but 300,000-, rare ; 4 ti
good illustration of one of the -:Bath* la Conn.. ,_
the polar !. Has Uov .
000 pounds (4 pounds per capita), while. reron come to stay in West Palm t
of wireless telegraphy Rates Reasonable.
possible uses Short Distance from :
I ::; the of in the Depot.
province India
Bombay uses
was. afforded on the other side of the SmaU"' Book In the World. Beach, and is DOW fully prepared to Address Mrs. S. E. '- ..
10,000,000,000 pounds a year; or 64"to EARMAN, WEST PALM BEAUI: FLA.
Atlantic, shortly after the Prince of This Is not a thumbnail sketch, but
each We less rice to do work to his
person. use 'Wales Injured his knee. ,He was on it is a picture of the smallest book lathe gratify patrons.
each Inhabitant than Great Britain
!: Spain board his yacht and it was cruising oft world the size being Indicated by 'f t
F or Italy 'the isle of Wight By means of the comparison with a man's thumb. Boarding at Reasonable Rates. -.. -.,
i : .Our nation uses more tobacco than Marconi apparatus he was able to send volume is in the British Museum.

[ any other, consuming 200,000,000 bulletins regarding his condition to the LlStito (RS. JAS. McCANN is prepared to accommodate boarder it'htr. ;;
pounds a year; but the per capita consumption ojp. Masonic Bloct -" V riti
falli far below that of'Belt Other queen, members who was of at the Osborne royal family house., i well known boarding house on Clematis! Ave., does to F .x.C.r'f|>j 7 +a

:t glum, which leads the world with 110 also made use of the installation, G WEST PALM BEACH. CALL_ox:HER FOR RATES AXDSEMINOLE Roox t"'
: J. ounces to each person (to our.43). W.t. among them the Duke of York and the _.::: .;!i
; stand fifth in per capita une of tobacco. Duke' and Duchess of Connanght O' iHOTELL'
-t.' Great Britain.and her colonies lead discoveries Chinese
Two interesting were Laundry
: the world' In tea drinking, allowing per made at this time. The system appeared NEW
i< year 88 ounces for each person. We to work better in heavy weather :

'it DM 110.000.000 pounds a year (24 than when the air was clear. And on > WO KEE. Proprietor.

,r:; ounces apiece). one occasion a straight line between 'ISI RCI t.;,,... !..

The Netherlands stand in the' foremost the sending and receiving instruments t, Shirts ........ ...._....'................... lOc Only Brick Hotel in Town. .. 1, .. W
; rank :as 'coffee: drinkers, using 'f passed, through a hill, and yet no Interference CI 1,1I OIleD Front .......- .... ...... 2l r35cCollar. : .: .t ,.'
r: 870 ounces a rear to each inhabitant was experienced. At present I t ....,........... _..................... 2j e WEST PALM BEACH:, :FLA, ,
i We are but fourth on the coffeedrinkit: is not known whether the electromagnetic %/ Cuffs .. ..;........ ...._.............,..Se P44 :t ,'l'
G lug list using 725.000,000 pounds a waves went through the Ladles'Shirt Wal t. ... .....?..........,..15c: THE SHbIINCTE' Has recently been completed built !. the III01t'au; .lac'

year or 155 ounces apiece. Russia earth, at this point or curved up over stantial manner and elegastly furnished; sijlal.4? ,'; Von

however allows but 3 ounces to each the] hill and then came down 'again. THE IMALLEST aWL FIRST-CLASS WORK GVARA TEED. high ground fronting Lake Worth and commanding magnificent, ucoVjr.ix ; ,. '.

person. Street WEST PALM BEACH. cd view each way, and guests enjoy perpetual breezes tray all direction .
is called "Schloss's English Bijou A!. Banyan I ......., 1
i r Great Britain leads in per capita beer Travelling by Tappa. .a
1 tt drinking, consuming 1,200,000,000 gallons When the English officer in India Intends manac," and bears the date 1839. The !' Cuisine and Service Strictly First-Clasa. .. ..

a year, or 30 gallons to each per.son. to take a short Journey, or pay a book is beautifully Illustrated, and Bates: $2 per day ud vp. Special Rates "ty tat Weak er.Xoitiu .
and letterpress Mathushek PianosAre
Germany U a second with morning call, he orders out his tappa. pictures are both engraved ,

1 r 1400000.000 gallons, which is 27 gal- which Is a kind of basket and is borneon t ianoa With a Name 11.147 GEORGE ZAPF, $anager:
the back of coolie. The Most Curious
Ions to dash Inhabitant We average
Pianos That Have A Reputation
,cnly IS gallons apiece. + A s ark'8 egg Is one of the oddest
E Spain Italy and Greece' use little Ws looking things imaginable and has no second to none. They are the '-.. -! ..
kind that have flood the of
more resemblance to an egg. strictly test
beer, but are well up In wine drinking,
Spain.being at the head, with 35 gallons speaking:than it has to a paving stone. time an- have satisfied the most TRAVELERS

4 to every person. The United In one variety It is pillow shaped and critical musicians in every way. ,: '

1 States use but two quarts per capita. has a long "horn" or "feeler," at each They Are Not :NEW MANAGEMENT, f ,
corner. The average size is about 2x ,
In other words the average Spaniard
old that have been
2 Inches and the color almost style pianos FELIX GARCIA
drinks seventy times as much wine Lethe Prop. Jacksonville,
black. rented for years and then offer. .
American. yr
average ? BY
It is unprovided with shell, as we ed sis "gr a' bargains," nor are Electric Electric :
Lights, Bells, Paths
Complete Set vice.
StlB.Umts. understand that word, but the contentsare they "cheap, low-grade"pianos .

\\1' The desire for stimulants of some protected by a thick, leathery covering Bale: to sell "at half price." The Best $2.00 per day .Hotel inTake ;Flora 3. :
kind and knowledge of their beneficial which has almost much elasticity .
a as
; car it the Cniou
Every Piano Is New Depot and ask the Conductor. to top a| the Tr.triers rb /
action when used in moderation, I about }tt as a covering of India .
r. teems to be instinctive in all but tho rubber would have. and every part is made in the -.f' .. -'I

very lowest races of mankind.At I The "feelers" mentioned catch hold Mathushek Factory, .... ....

first sight 1t would seem that the of and wind themselves round pieces which is a guarantee that it will ... .. ."" !
Moslem races would form an'exceptionto :. of seaweed and qther floating objects last a lifetime. .' ., \ .. :'

this rule, but that is not the case just as a grapevine tendril would do. Take Chances '.. "
AI a matter of religious discipline I I and hang there until the egg is batched on cheap pianos when the Old .Irs t-01 ass-- .*.. .' .....
abstain from i it does not __
they alcohol, but in cof- providing get destroyed 4 r _
One of the shark lays and Reliable Mathushek can be .. .
tee and opium they have stimulants variety eight p ..
tetter suited to inhabitants of hot i:' een eggs during the month.of April bought at prices and terms to +.. 4 J I

a countries:: than alcohoL The same may These float about until early in December suit you? There are more than d

be said of the Hindoos, and the large I'i| when the little sharks emerge, 15,000 Mathushek Pianos in JOB ao, .

unmberi of Mongols who take no alco- the period of incubation having been the South. "You Should Have WORK .oi-: .f :1 i

boL These races are in about the third > about nine months One." .. ? ... .. ,
rank of civilization.In Genuine Mathuehek Pianos ,
I Treasure aaaas. ..... .. .
the first two ranks, not only is sold .4
are only by
I A Spanish galleon with a cargo of : : :
which stimulants : > 4 : .
> there no race uses no S17.000.COO and many bars of gold was LUDDEN & BATES' S. 31.H. < 'At THE SUN Office .
but It Is a fact that the complexity and ,., __ .
'' wrecked the beach Gunwalloe
on at In Fred Kahn .
variety of stimulants used increases directly : 'I I Manager. -. .*f
LOOU TO .. BUD U> Tax COOU the Lizard district of Cornwall, more '
: with the development of civilisation. f 29 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. 1 4Ohas. ,1
This particular class of coolie is usually than twenty years, ago. Dollars are T .
___________ from the Cossla tribe, who always -i frequently washed up on the sands. 'tt, ,e :
A C.B* .r Lava. carry loads thus?the basket fas- I Helston an English iron founder, has .. ',,. "-
'I G. 1 IDNER & SON .. --- _._ .. __.... I_ : "
Lava streams that have flowed out tened to the bearer by a band around Just organized a company to exploit. -

h L.j a ol Vesuvius during the last three years his forehead. these buried riches. ,

'--. .' Dare deposited 105.000.000 cubic metresof Pta ProdBftlom. I I The tat .f Lit. Jewelersand N. WeIshansiJSTATE $ :
the sides of the mountain.A
lava on In BIrmingham England 37.000.000 The largest loaves of bread baked In .
I! .
cone of lava 350 feet high has been pins are produced daily, while the oth- the world are those of France and Opticians. .; .v
: formed, out of which fresh streams are er manufacturing places In Englandare Italy. The "pipe" bread of Italy U AGENT FOR- .-

flowing. responsible for about 19,000,000 a baked in loaves two or three feet long Souvenir Spoons, Sea Shells, .

A.<... Trrnl-. day. Ft knee furnishes the market with 'while in France the loaves are madein Curios, Novelties, To's.Lea" .

The longest train on record was a 20.000.000 each day, and Germany and the shape of very long rolls four or her Gooda.Musical Longman & Martine Painti. I

luggage train on the London A Birmingham other countries yield 10,000,000.Oae five feet in length, and in many cases Goods and Strings, .

Railway (now the London t Hamdred Pe..* Beet.. I 1 I even six feetR..dn. Fishing Photos Tackle, '

i Northwestern), which measured iron Few people arc aware of the immense, U the Help. La." Stationery,Ink. Lime, Brick Shingles M
engine to guard's van nearly three weight which a direr carries with him The greatest pilgrimages to the Holy NEWS DEPOT-DAILY PAPERS. =

.Quarters of a mil*. under the water. The diving boots I j I Land are undertaken by the Russians. Cement and Coal Tar. 4i.- ; I
It has been calculated that between
alone sometimes weigh 100.pounds
*'_!.*-'. Wl... ( Fine W atc h i Jculry irini
Queen Victoria's footmen wear will each i;: o.OOO and 40,000 Russians visit Pales e eD 1 ..fPeH 5

which have eight rows of curls, whereas A New Vanish. i I j tine every -year._ flnt door North of Eatraaee Agent for Sickler's Peerless Cement Plaster.

those of the Prince of Wales are allowed .> I One of the constituents of the best t T3.000 ElephaaU Yeas 1.26-99 to SemUoU Hotel .

seven rows, and those of tk I qualities of varnish is a resin known t It takes the tusk of 75.000 elephants WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. 13 South Hogan St., J'acksonville'Florida. 1021.93I
Lord Mayor of London are given six as kauri, which 1s only found in New r a year to supply the world's plane I

i row*. Zealand. keys tlUiarl balls and.knife handle

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Jlew:: ...-.1'1a.. .tata Tfct. BMty .. '
the diamond of -9tUL B IS-
sad J'rwa.- When great pink

<,'<:.'", 'Ftowers treated properly can last Gnxnee widespread reached interest Europe and took it immediate created C-r. r WESTERN | FLORIDA MEATS,

and look thus taking from them their only reproach the world. It was compared with the POULTRY, BUTTER and EGOS
and them possible
finest In the royal and Imperial '
A KftlOUS, QUESTION.' take pleasures.them for.out the poorest of the Every vases light and regalia gems savants wrote learned disquisitions Game in Season. J. P. MENDEL, Proprietor.

thoroughly rinse the stalks under the upon Its beauties and the map a-1999 WEST PALM, BEACH FLOKIDA
A kitten vent sines and newspapers spoke of its
a-walklng tap removing with the fingers any
;' value In that made one's mouth
a way .
On moraine In July recomposed matter. Then place
Aa414JJtfJI: a-ta1>daa bed ,for the ,night lu a basin of water.Among others whose envy was NEW and STYLISH "*
strong soapsuds. He careful not to aIIow.an1'water
- fit A VUt.btg,, tterf. to touch the blossoms, aroused by the descriptionsof.: the
Tae kitten ton was airy stone was a Mr. Lamoroek. a gentle.
fades them. The
this soapsuds
'x =
'!aelmttMfly.would scoff; supply a certain amount of nourishment man who had passed under many $ 1
.a i !hen then came along a talryWho In the morning rinse 'the aliases In his career and who had only LADIES' NOTIONSJUST

.. whisked his wings right of.ifalries stalks under the water again and as recently been relented from Portland. RECEIVED AT-
_,_ Aa he read of the great diamond 7
4d Olt ".TFit4N each blossom is arranged fur the day
'In the Tile of fresh water snip off the his eyes sparkled at the thought of ",
can da such things tiniest ,possible portion of the stalk its worth. There It wa9-$50D,000: .' THE HONEST PROFIT HOUSE 1
qo. the startled kitten waistcoat
with a pair scissors. Always care and you could put It In your
iJla .stu r ft*jeUow.wjnga.: ,fully-trim away any faded portion. pocketThe
;,: 'at klUlarreu4Wu.. Food for the day is supplied by sulphate ex-convict as he pondered over i
..... ret* bio to air .f.amoDla. .a small quantity, of the subject knew the task was not an 't ATTENTION MERCHANTS I -.e i
lea few down to the'riverhrimag which can be bought from the chemist easy one.Without. .
for few if be knows his bust more ado he wrote a abort
"tto"Y1n there. a pence.
ttk'(ear-;her'heart'was smitten. ness he will be able to tell yon that note to Congleton & Co. the celebrated .I.*Give- THE MIAMI BOTTLING WORKS -
sulphate of amonia contains all the diamond merchant of flatten Garden i
!And W," ao cry.' of for keeping asking them if they would care to buy Is deliver
jwUer-UtteaT properties good manure prepared to EXPSXSS: PHI PAID, to all responsible partial
I a the 'loa1OlDl alive. A few drops In some old fancy Jewels and receiveda :

.-Or Jut, a kttooIJr each vase Is quite sufficient: indeed. reply expressing their willingness to BOTTLED SODA POP, GINGER ALE etc., :
If you use the soapsuds at night aa Inspect them. After studiously exam-
THE"CARPENTER- BIRD. well u the sulphate of amonla in the Ining the callgrapky of their l'tterwlth P tr.Bige tf Dade County Iferchaus Solicited tad SatUfictioa Catnatud. : ,.
-t W t. :- day some intervals must be spent by a magnifying lens he set himself to C. CASTELLANO. > !
Ryr Iaasslf !ItI TeU.ws.nr Mqyss the flowers In nothing but clear cold practicing a number of curves ,and 1124tf Prop. MIAMI. FLA.
.M eIrMeria. water. It Is possible to kill with flourishes on a sheet of paper.. An ,
-kindness .remember. Put the flowers hour's work seemed to satisfy him
RKraJn Mt& .tier) llm a Wood at Bight Into some dark-cool place- and he then indited the following .
iasbTbQatocea.b L.Utz and acorns say, a scullery or pantry-as It Is not epistle: The
te tH hollow stalks of the yuccas and good either for the flowers or the "Hatton Garden Jan. 4, 1836. LITTLE BROS. .

's; Mafttey*. n...aoUowstalks re sepTHMalter household that they should remain altogether 'Messrs' Bonsfield Brothers. .. .
.tht ,.Hv'ft*. .m,"l 1 parities In the living rooms. To revive "Dear'Sirs: As a client of ours desires .."
:" ,"and the sagacious bird hu some- flowers put them Into warm saltwater to i Inspect your pink diamond -. ." FERTILIZER and PHOSPHATE COMPANY
'low food this out and bores a hole to which has been added a known as The Light of Guznee: witha
few drops of sulphate of amonia. To view to purchase, we should feel .. .
at the end ot each Hint and another -
upper keep a spray of arranged flowers, obliged It yon would send It to us.0r Jacksonville, Florida.If .
\HrJp.wft.b.to"h 1f.hleto.- place on. oamp cotton wool under a Mr. Lamoroek will call upon you .
strict flog .).IIl.'Ipt.a. Then it basin. This keeps the air.away and a few hours after you receive this
IDa.J tls titki olidly.andlutalttstores preserves the blossoms. The fragile letter, and wI!I bear a note vouchingfor I !
there until needed safe from the delicate maiden hair fern la best treat- his Identity. We shall be nappy yon are requiring Fertilizers for Vegetables, ;

te&ndatloaa of any thievish bird.op .td,la'this way. to undertake all risk and responsibility < I <
Sun. Pineapples uc. and
!font footed animal "for the stone from the time it Is us we tin give you

Tae first pla eia which thja enrftni. The originators At LM a of Perks fashions hare Intrusted,to and the we custody beg to remain of our representative :yours ... more value for your money than any other )In.I .

1WkiWoMcrTldTer*lli IID'l&14at l lUe solved a problem which has puuled falthfuUy."Conjtleton &: Co." ufacturer or dealer in this State or from any
of a desert,Th* by!,was eat women ever since women's watches When this production of his pen and
: red with yuccas tad,ii&ue ?bat 1)4 were firs made. They have decreed brain had been carefully scrutinized! other State. Write for pamphlets, price., etc.,

carat oak trees were thirty miles l new pocket for dresses. That pocket he composed another short letter, to above address.
;, war, aaio"ltJras ja qu. ted,-these la a watch pocket and It is located on which stated that the bearer was Mr. 512.91GEO.
L industrious birds bad to make a flight the inner part of the left sleeve mid- Lamoroek. the representative of Cong

: at sixty miles for each;.acorn stowed. leton &: Co. He then went out and --
au la the eta1kat' bought half a dozen cigars four of e
':4'7. 1iii u":of birds remarks: which be steamed open and unrolled. '
features Smearing the Interior portion over A'.Chance'=to do Your H. MALTBY .
'Tl.m 'm1 grange to with a dark, treacly liquid he rolled .'c'. ':, ;". ,
; M ..&e4.b'r: teujag's: tae.provU I.a. them up again with expert fingers ..co',-. :_ ',_ ,
tnt Instinct wbicb prompts this, bird ( and put them Into his case. ; .
to Jajby-atorea.of+ gu for the The first letter he had written he -'. ., ...DEALER IK---
winter, the treat distance traversed toedlect sent by registered post going down to
a kind of.pod.ao.unusual for Bristol by the same train that took
r Ua nee. and.its, seeking la a place sow the mail But on his arrival there he t. FURNITURE WINDOW SHADES
waited for three hours so as to allow of ,
reapia from its natural a store ,
It being delivered before calling. He
koiisa ao-MBatkable.- then went to their office and presentedhis
.Dan tasting: alona teach,,or have ex.Jel:1t credentials, the genuineness of MATTINGS .p.fJ OILCLOTH.

: it.4g4P? .tapk\paOf btcd! which were not for a moment suspect-
that far better than the bark of trees JOb.
ed.The -
+ If'Wt kaoL. y,94Aer J1I Bristol firm thought it safe that -
t\ae\ are tbaMvajddeo. cavities they,, the stone should be under the custody : .: FUNERAL SUPPLIES IN STOCK
tusks for;themstl veii'with the hollow of their own representative and determined ,. '
that one of their partners '
'ads of d4tawt plintet. young Harry Ronsfleld. should accompany I Practice the
Tate we cannot answer. 'But we do Lamoroek up to Londcto.takIng Methods in Embalming the Dearf. 1- j.

kaeur tUat'oaa orth most remarkable It with him. S t': \

btrda ja par pna yij fbla.cUfopjaWogdpeera They had Just seated themselves: Masonic Block, West Palm Beadu Fhu
aad ft#t fee U well,entitled comfortably and the train was alreadyIn
to>td| Mexican name, o| el cartjatfro i'zf motion when an elderly gentleman -
'' with a Jovial red face and black bushy
ta*. IrirExoCaafi" -
; ; f whiskers opened the door and bundled Do You Want aWe

himself In. ..
f.atria tk*Katcktas sVithMl, But'a,. After the lapse of a quarter of an have them to Sell,and if we have STEAMBOAT!
Select a marble,mantel gr..any other hour he had talked their reserve away Done on band to suit,we can build
aard surface,'' then tell the spectators and proved himself so amusing a companion Just whit you want.

tit J"{ a certain,preparajlonjgu:>se.fpa that iaey all became quite ork
baft' a4'Jour knuckles so bardaotalBf friendly and Lamoroek. who had We are also PreparedTo

', caa'hurt them In proof of grown suddenly amiable, pressed the Furnish
others Into accepting: a cigar apiece.
wkleh ,0. offer to strike them on the I
I SLEEVE POCKET. The Jolly-faced Intruder was 'not to
']. aarble tUb'ef the mantel. To do this be outdone In hcspltaiity. He openedhis .
way between the waist and the elbow. Outfits for
;L The little pocket, from the outside of hand-bag.and with a merry wink Pumping Irrigation.Write I
which a circular piece the size of the produced-a flask of curaooa. which the
t watch face has been cut cut la con Intense cold made particularly acceptable
to them all or call on us for Anything
4 rT veoiently seen and can be readily :
reached by the right band. The flap Lamoroek. Indeed found the liquor Our Line that you need.
of the pocket la padded with soft ma. so delicious that he took two glasses.
terial. so uiere is practically no dangerof Before they got halt through their Merrill-Stevens Engineering' Co.
.<.b-,4. breaking the watch. Many designsfor cigars he noticed with suspicion that ,
r'" ,. beautifying the pocket are noticed. the conversation began to slacken and
tL. In most cases the rim of the circle that his companions showed-adispositlon '- -. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Jacksonville .
which the face shows Is richly to to sleep.
I through go
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--._. embroidered with gold or sliver Bonsfield was the first to succcmb to The Tropical Sun 14S PBOPBIETOB. Marine Railways.
.\ t. thread. somnolence, and Lamoroek even beganto -
i.Li The watch Is slipped into the pocket feel sleepy himself.
from the Bide,"and buttons secure It The intruder also began to look as It
--- -.Il..... from falling out. As in the case of the he would soon follow Bonsfield's ex
<' wrist. watches which were much worn ample. He vainly tried to look wide
several Jean ago the face is always awake but his lids would droop heavi-
la plain sight and the time of day maybe ly, his heaa would sink down upon

I II I seen by caaoUa-the wearer.--at a glance Lip chin together and he by would a supreme then effort pull himself and- Job. Department. GuEN G. ST Oti1VI. ;

.. Net.., try to sit up straight
A beautiful skin depends largely up- When the train arrived at Swindon __*c DEALER IS lk_
m proper digestion hence the woman Junction the guard discoveredthem all
who is stndlng to preserve or to improve asleep and after trying In,, vain to
Til rrn'1If roaIT1oIL her complexion will make a and Groceries
Staple Fancy ,
them the
rouse up conviction dawned
pa raise you flat firmly clinched above point of keeping her stomach, bowels upon him that it was a case of foul Prints Letter.Heads. ,
the auuitel, mad u you bring rapidly and liver In fine working order play. The three patients were taken
Iowa, open fOur fingers suddenly and Indoor gymnastics are beneficial In out and removed to the hospital arrangements Note Heads Grain and all Food Supplies.
sulks the.marble then close them strengthening muscles and renderingthe being made by the police .
afala u represented ia the engraving body supple; but they do not answer that on their recovery all three shouldbe StatementsBJiness

':' I, I.; &a41. If this la Quickly done, you in place of outdoor exercise detained in custody pending Inves- .
where the complexion Is concerned. Cards
will teem to hare .knocked. $QlJr tgation.8 COUNTRY PRODUCE ;
with sensitive skins should
Women Harry Bonsfield easily establishedhis
ksveklM violently .
never wash the face Just before going Identity and was set at liberty Bill Heads Always Fresh Kept la stock
...........- .. ant In the sun as it renders the skin but the Information that the police
little (l-rear-old Nettle, who had more liable to tan and sunburn.If obtained about his companions, the And all kinds of Fine Stationery Your Patronage Solicited _-. ,
the skin chaps readily rub the face revolvers they found In both their
Men brought la the city wu apend- '
t up with the least of cold r West palm Beach fia
lightly particle overcoats two telltale cigars and two 4.14 ,
Iq a f ej|fyv ia.thf. cag4try. "P{q4. cream before going out in the wind. equally damning cigar stumps the Are You Supplied? ,:t
l ,. .. ,atestha4py 11tt14 grgentkinpr To prevent a greasy appearance, remnants of curacoa in the flask anda I
she asked u they were paat powder slightly with talcum powder. very suspicious false beard all these I
(lag through the garden one day. "Why incidents led to their arrest trial and
those art peas" wu the reply "Peai "flap boat W. nt>. subsequent conviction. ,
7 The society of ladles Is the school Give us a Trial Order
'aothIalt"! exclaimed Nettle, "I'm yard keeps the flask as a

41t'Q.LPVT..ln9r.'l1 ,,lta 4cM,N jf poUteneu.-Montfort. curiosity, for it has two compartmentsfrom nOVINQ MOVING !
r "WUiciear.what do you mean?" asked Au I am or can be, I owe to my which the contents can be drawnat
\ lnltl.mother.-Abraham Lincoln. the will of the owner by a slight
tat old lady, 1'4 think- replied Nettie,
Remember woman is most perfect pressure on a secret spring. Both
***** *AOI3.la.0.l70H'4S! ought toY when most womanly.-Gladstone. compartments contained curacoa but -JI
; And We Will
!now J treri_ eom%iJt tin cans." Earth has nothing more tender than what was left ofone sample was THE BOSTON STOREMRS.

the VelttlNt a'I"11 U Ike WrlA.Tae I pious woman's heart.-Luther. found to be drugged while the other

voat costly bicycle.U,owned: by ,Disguise our bondage as we will 'tis was pure.
Jovial gentleman like Laiuorock
I TraasTaal millionaire who recently woman woman rules us still-Moore. had had his Imagination fired- ( A. HANDELSMAN, Proprietor)
a flatted the Industrial Ezposltloa ia No man can either live pious or by the accounts that the newspapersgave I
lie righteous without a wife.-Rlchter.
Ilj wpp 4-tpgka t| 1h1'1heel.. Even in the darkest hour of of the great pink diamond. He Please You... will move Friday into the
Wlg4yti l tv first DrUe.tor.eoaW.lea J earthly had wormed It out of a clerk in Mt s8r8Bonafield's
111 woman's fond affection glows.Sand. .-
of materIaL He determined to office that the Junior part

purchase It for hU wife. It wuln.laid.ta Heaven will.be no heaven to me If ner was taking it up to town, and bethought
sold and beantlfuHy. carted. The [ 00'not meet my wife there.-Andrew that the opportunity for whichhe NEW STORE
had waited so long had at length
piles paid amounted to 1500. He then Johnson arrived.

brought it to a Vienna* Jeweller hero, RIIteaJe AIIII1I1'.r HoU...... QQ..... When the whole facts were revealed
M ordered hearty a bait million dol- The Queen of Holland's chief hobby In the police court the natural astonishment IN THEWHILLD1N
tuft worth.of. diamonds and precious j amateur acting. She takes the live- of Lamoroek and the Jolly
.SO.'llnflt 1p.t flame: jest,Interest in dramatic art and never gentleman was past description. It
fails to attend the first nights at the beat even that of Harry Bonsfield. All .". BLOCK.
A MM .! U.rrlaga. theatres. A few years ago she bad a the three actors in this scene are now
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True penitence precedes pardon so if True penitence is the kind that is get
of quarter ia, "The order. So simple in construction that child them In ;
The subject the a can operate
'forgiven must
want to we u
$ ewe Saviour God has sent us." The lessons not to be repented of; with It there '. perfect safety. -

qz. oar pastors aa.tn the communion ser- were "Studies in the gospel by must be an honest acknowledgment of It pays to get one even though you have to throw the "Gatoline 1

r }Yice. earnestly "repent and be heartily, John;'* the Scripture for the twelve wrong in the"past, and a determinationto Stove" into the rubbish ueap-aud that's where it ought to be if' JO'
= awry for all our misdoings. If we can Sabbaths being taken from the first do different in the future. value life and property.Call .

JtelI the'Lordtht., from the depths ofour'atol ten chapters of th Gospel a* recorded False pride frequently prevents even and see this wonderful BLUE. FLAME OIL STOVE> ia ,operation "

a lie an see rill.his. all-pene- by "the beloved disciple." professing Christians from repenting of :AdvertisersWho at any time.
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them la indeed grievous to us., he will of the Gospel of John, and iso > they know it has brought reproach upon Up, Style.
condensed that it can easily be .
have mercy upon ns.t the If have
cause they profess.
But this kind' of penitence-the kind memorized: The John. made a mistake or done that which L. W. BURKHARDT GffitriB/ !
L Author. Apostle
k, that puts ins in a' position to prevail IL Language. Greek, then known was wrong in the sight of God and our

'with-not;very pleasant to undergo ,. all over the world. fellow-men the best and most satisfactory Use the .

and It should have the effect of ilL Date of Writing.-Between AJ>. way even to our selves Is to

keeping us more closely: to the Lord 80 and 90; the general concensus of make a clean breast of it, make our 5 .-

ever Penitence after Id essential_ to the nnre- John opinion then being being that about it 80 was years 83 old.or 8(5, confession tion ask him to God to forgive and In us.deep It hnmilia.is best I INDIAN{ RIVER ANn!) LAKE nllnifl mMBOATSE VIII I K

tt generated and those who hate through IV. Place. Eyhesus. .
not to plead extenuating circumstances ---BJttwJtEN- ..
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from the approving smile of God. record of the story of Jesus u nor in any way endeavor to convince : Columns of TlTUSViUE ROCKLED6E JENSEN AND. PALM BEACH? -

t_. But to get the people to repent, it preached by John for many years God that we ought to be excused; the ; .
the most intimate true penitent sues for forgiveness and ,
U necessary to rebuke sin and ex- John was earthly CONDENSED SCHEDULE '-r' AI:'
friend of Jesus. never seeks to be excused. .
hart the people' to serve ,the Lord For review we have arranged the God knoweth our frame and he re- On and after Tuesday, February 14th, 1899. : .e. .'.
with all their hearts. We should not
outlines of the lesson with
following members that we are dustand'whilehe .
consider ourselves a special committeeto -SOCTH BOCSP.- '
the Golden Text; wants us always to walk uprightly : i-:'. '

'expose others, and so evolute into L-"Christ the True Light-John in his sight, if we wander from his Leave Titusville, daily except Sunday and Wednesday, ".00 p ID .
chronic fault-finders, but we should be 1; 1-14. .
obedient to the leaders of the Holy Golden Text-"In Him was life and side he will gladly bring us back againto THE : '. Arrive Bockledge ,. .ta 30 pit

Spirit and what he desires us to the life was the light of uieu.-Johu his loving side. Leave Titueville daily except Sunday and Wednesday. :J'OO P DI

say even though say it does cause others 1: 4- This question of true penitence always 1 Arrive Jensen, Daily exceptMonday" and Thursday, .. .. .:+10.40sm
In this lesson taught of the means a full confession to God. Leave .,
; to feel uncomfortable. When conviction we are Titusville, Monday ,Tueldays and Fridays, .. : 4.00 pKORTH -.D1

i cornea through disobedience men must Incarnation not only to believe accept that the Gospel Jesus was we ( and If we sometimes have injured to men.another penitence Arrive Palm. Beach following day, i -l.-:; ..2.SO.( P J'I'

I and women endeavor to get rid of the a wise teacher and a good moral man toward God will not avail unless we' .:f J>; .

sense of their guilt by making so-called but we must accept the fact that He ask the forgiveness of the one w. TROPICAL ,- BOCSD.Leave .--, ; !,. _

sacrifices to God, or doing something waa more; lie out only was the Son of have injured and if others know of Palm Beach, Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, J-'. 9.0Qani ,

I else as a substitute for what they knew God but He also was God. the injury we should also let them Arrive Titnsville, following day, '4JI2,3Q pm

the Lord wanted them to do. Such 1 II.354U.-"Christa First D1sclpleJohn know of our acknowledged wrong and Leave Jensen daily except Thursday and Saturday .. .., ,. 4S.0J p tn

substitution will not avail; Saul found ;Golden Text-"Behold the Lamb of our repentance of it 4 Arrive Titusville, daily except Sundays and Monday, .., -12.30 p m

that out when Samuel said to him: Cod.-l; 3G. If we are connected with the churchof Leave Rockledge, daily except Sundays and Wednesdays, *. OOpja

"Hath the Lord as great delight in This was the beginning of Christ's God. and do something that brings SUN Arrive TitusrJle, u ,12,3OA1o
11, burnt offerings and sacrifices as in ministry. The first disciples after beholding reproach upon the cause of Christ our |

obeying the voice of the Lord? Be- the Lamb'of God successfully penitence should be of such a nature H. GAILLARD Mgt.. T. T. RE$3E, Agt, CHAS. DA VIES,'Ceo. AgfA':0

hold to obey is better than sacrifice, urged others to come and see that that the people of the world will know St.Augustine, Fla. Palm Beach Fla. Titusnlle. Fli. .
and to hearken than the fat of rams. something good had come out of Naz of misdoings
that we truly repent our :
For rebellion is as the sin of Itch- areth. Are we following their examples public sin should be followed by public ........

craft and stubbornness is as Iniquity ? confession but it is not
IH.-"Chrlst' First Mlracle.-John
- .: and idolatry. Because thou hast reject. 2:1.11.Golden. always tell the world about our missteps Florida East CoastRy .
ed the word Lord also
of the he hath
Text-"Aad His disciples believed "Open confession is good for the
rejected thee from being king. And on Hlm.-Jobn 2; 11. soul" aid common sense will dictate -
Saul said unto Samuel. I have sinned; "The miracle in the home" was the when where and what we should LAIM: :. TIME TABLE XO. 19 IX EFFECT MARCH 13. 18W. ;.

for I have transgressed the command first that Jeans to the
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I feared the people and obeyed IV."Cbrrlst and Nlcodemus. close to God that the least deviation N o.M'' oKv|..'0.......iNo23..I .o.......NoiUioS6XoSl, !, /
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from the path duty bring to our D .i1J STATIONS. !
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':. Writing on our Scripture lesson. Dr. I Text-"For God so loved the 800p 120p ,. ............Jacksonville "...,..>....Arj. 745])ip.4gb': I atop SOfia.
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life.-John 3; 10. seek and obtain his forgiveness. ...... _...... '.vet"tka .ATAr i .... ..... ......
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first epistle which Paul wrote to that "The New Heart" Peloubet says too to their =" :: :-:::- KUoaHa 505.! '.Lv.-San & ...............Ar _ou ........ .... .\."..:.
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reprove the Corinthians for certain immoralities teachings of this lesson; (1) The love sheep gone astray us, ...... .. ... lap io tea ..........POK Orange...,... .. ". ..._. ...... ......
of God to man; (2) The great work in like the Prodigal Son. were once wanderers ...... H4pU12 ............New Smyrna.: .........- ..... ...... '410a
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to the Corinthians was lost, and that It previous I ...... :..... S58p: .... ............,..Jensen.; :............. : lOa...... .. .. ...... ...
is with regard to writing the second was on the new birth and in this we stand more fully what his will is concerning ...... ..... 70!* .. .......-...... Stuart........:.... ... .. ...... ....... ..It.'i'-
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I one that he expressed, regret. Men potion to the thirsty soul :::::: Daily 'I ::..: ....:. .West JIl)) ter. ....rt, .. ..
t: whose consciences are. sensitive and VL-"The Nobleman's Son Healed." us from his path will cause us to be b 88 a&xsu. 82=p .... A.r........West Palm Beach. .... to 8au,7015a&tiJzs; ......192Up.. t
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i whose repugnance to sin. is even imperfectly -John 4; 43M. hearts better than we ourselves seeing i e II*JJ 850p SUip ......... Royal PomcuiDft ........ 8 10Uaa ..... 10 top pp
developed 11'1111I1d quite sufficient Golden Text "Jesua said II 503 ( West I'almBeach ... i
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liveth our sincerity freely and fully forgives. /; ...]lOlUaWlf fl29p.. ............. oyntoBn..Lv 75e1. liS4p .::.:: .....tp... '
however in Thy .
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This lesson has been described asa does not cause the true Christian ... nsTftho"" ...... ...........LemonCity........... SUsaiflOtai.. 40 p .UIiOp
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amendment which it undoubtedly
.. pee and and Salvation." The same signs are abound: naturally! the certain pardonof BETWEEN NEW SMYKJTA AND ORAXGE ciTY JUXCT1OX.No. '

l produced. not experiences of the past only but offences would cause us to be care- 8 No Ij! STATIONS. Tssns o. 282Ua ;' .

From the "Cambridge Bible., we are being brought to pass in our days less about meeting the tl Lv......., ... ......"..:New SmyrnaTI. ...iTT ..... ....:.AriiTft5L' (8485i
( quote the following: "There need'be VII.-"Chrisfs Divine Power.-John our requirements ...................-AkaHeAen-!" .. .... ........ .LvlWWalbMp
l F to difficulty about the whole matter. 5 of the law. but it does not have Of Any lI27a\\ ...:.:::............. .Orange: City ........... ..*........... "ilOWaSWo'
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that in the Golden
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I eicept Sunday.
first epistle under tithe inspiration! off Christ the Saviour of the world.- for "it la our meat and drink to do our

the Holy Spirit But after the epistle John 4; 42. Father's will" Key' st Havana and Nassau.
In connection with the under ;
J was sent, the tender human heart of The subject of this lesson ia, "A Qlscoune subject .
St. Paul doubted whether he tad done on Jesus and the Father. The consideration it is well to remember KIT WKT. The Steamship"CSty of Key we t"or the' Florida East' Coast Steamship'
Company leaves :Miami fop Key West on Moalayj, Welaejlays
chapter title is, "The Bethesda Cure." that aal FrHTs affor arrival of
mere mourning or simply sorrowing I
right and his mind was not fully set tram from Jacksonville about UXIp. m., arriving at Key West: next day noon. .
The Jews sought to kill Jesus not only does not imply penitence althoughthe Leave Key West 2:30 p. m. (standard time) on Tuesdays,Thtuvlay and $Jiatardara U- I'.
i at rest on the point until the arrival of time to t
because He bad violated the Sabbath in riving Miami nest monuaz to connect with north bound train
repentance depicted Script.ure \
Titus showed him clearly the hand of
t according to their ideas but because PAPER
lesion is preceded by deep sorrow !U V.tNA. The Steamship "Lincoln" of the Florida East Gout Steamship
f. Odd In the matter. Such! self-question- He declared that lIe was divine. leave Miami for Havana on Sundays and Wednesday after arrival of train froTil JackW- ; \
ings are constantly going on in the "making Himself equal with God." and mourning. vine about U Ml p. m.,arriving at Havana at 3\A1 p. Ou Mondays and Thuroiday .
Paul preached the truth even though Leave Havana Tuettdaya and Frida;" at 1UA) .. m. standard tune),arriving Warn l' I
mind of very conscientious man even VIII.-"Christ Feeding tht: Five .. Wednesday and laturday in time to connect with nonh bound train. .,.
It hurt hla hearers and when be made
when he has been acting most thor- Thousand.-John 0; 1-14- j \
with letter" be did not I V
some "sorry a ,
.. qughly under the guidance of the Holy Golden Text am the Bread of follow i'
p l-. Spirit.i ." Lite."-John 6: 35. try to smooth them over but wrote I 1

.-. "The Story of the Miraculous that he did not repent, as they sorrow In The Tuesdays and Fridays January 10 to Feb Wednesdays and Saturdays U
I JUNIOR! LEAGUE TOPICS. Loaves" lathe. subject of this lesson. ed to repentance, as they were made runry 4. to February 4. .*.UArJ I i'
This miracle is the only one recorded sorry after a godly manner. The truth y. ndli}', Wrdoesilays and Fridays, Feb- Tuesdays, Thurs-lays and SaturdayaFeb' !I
J! Who wu Ezekiel! One of the four by all four evangel:sts The lad ga.ve helped although it hurt in those days fUl\r16 to Much 31. ruary 7 to April L ,
his little and Jesus Tc..lays and Fridays, April 4 to Weduestlay!' and Satardayg.' April 5 to '
increased j
,treat prophets. He was the son of a ltto;, and so it will to-day. April 28. I April 21. ; ,
named BUlL He taken much so that what was left was more
f priest was cap- than he had at first Jesus We should not dip our pen in gall Steamers depart from :Miami and Na&iaa at SwOp. m. of day advert'arriving; a' :
o tive in the captivity of Jehoiachlm. ; so will who destination next: morning. ,. .
nor'apeak as one is sent
eleven before the destruction of bless us in temporal as well as in merely Connections made at Nassau with ward Line Steamers to and from Santiago and
yean spIritual' affairs ifwe give Him our to thunder out the threatenings of the Ciepfuegoa Cub,on certain Oaten. m ... .
Jerusalem. He was a member of a all law but with the meekness of lamb uMEOfFLQliAdvertising
These Time Tables show the times at which trainattnd boat maybe expected to'ar'riveani .I I
community of Jewish exiles who set- IX.-"Christ at the Feast"-John. 7; and the boldness of a lion, we'should depart from the several stations and poru, but their arrival or departure at the.,titi
tled on the banks of the Chebar. a riveror 14 28-37. always give out the truth as it is in .stated in not guaranteed arising therefro-o.nor dot the Company hold itaulf ivapon.-ablo for. any cb Uy,Or' WT ,

stream of Babylonia. It was at this Golden Text-"If any man thirst let Christ! Jesus; by doing this we shall .consequence Fur copy of local time card call at 233 West Bay Street,Jacksonville,or,address' .t. -i.) I r
river in the land of the Chaldaeans him come unto me and drink."John BECKWHH. Traffic Manager. .
save our own soul and many of those J.P. J. D. BAHNKB. A. 6.P. :i' j
that God's reached him. His 7:3L:; St.At'\t1Litmft. .. ,-.,JO ;to I
message who hear and clear our own skirts of CS :'. CCCCS5 a eel e .. ----.;=---- I ... ,
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Feast of the Tabernacles" ia I
prophecies were considered deep matter .'
the blood of those who refuse to obey i
the; chapter title: the lesson subject ____ i t .
; by the Jews, and' were placed among the strivings of the Holy Spirit h --- __, .,;-. I
"Opposition resulting in truths.
new .
the "treasures. They were not allow- In this Jesson we are taught that the To be used of God in causing othersto Ocean t t.
ed to be read till the age of thirty. The SteamshipCOIp.pany
truth brings opposition and as Jesus repent we must be free from condemnation II'

Jews classed him in the very highest went where duty called even thoughIt but if we walk in the light
rank of prophets. Ezekiel talked to the took Him in 7r
danger we are to fol. we can consistently tell sinners that "SAVANNAH LINEFlorida .
.' Jews about their sins They had gone i low Ills example. true penitence is preceded by convic- 4

Into idolatry and he rebuked them. X.-"Christ Freeing; From Sin.- tion and followed by forgiveness. % % < i iTo
People do not like to be told of things John 512, 3130. !
they do which are sinful for punish Golden Text-"If the Son. therefore ThrM II1.luU. j 1
shall make free shall be Rate Sheet New York And Boston. *
you ye free i I Jj
ment will follow; Jerusalem will be destroyed indeed.-John 8; 38. "My business ia to preach the gospel I'

(Chap. 5) because of the na The chapter title is "Freedom by. ," said William Carey the cobbler A Short Rail Ride to Savannah, Thence "- 1

tion's sinfulness This is followed the Truth. Jesus is the light: by having i who became the pioneer missionary of !' .1t.1tA

I- however by a promise of restoration. Him we are made free from the England; "and I cobble shoes to pay Short Sea Voyage. V 'J' I j

".AI I live saith the Lord God, I have darkness of sin.XI."Christ expenses." Every true Christian has a Sailing from Savannah: I i

2 no pleasure in death of the wicked; Healing the Blind vocation which is to save souls; and Will be Sent on Ap ."' 1
Man.-John 8 111. 6 Ships Each Week 5 Y
but that the wicked should turn from ; an avocation which is to earn money. ;'
his way and live; turn ye, turn ye from Golden Text-"One thing I know. You remember the story of the j
that whereas I was blind, I "
f your evil ways; for why will ye die -John 9; 25. see. swimmer who carelessly leaped in to All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with sailing schedules. Write for gen. i

O houM of I rael." While there'are other cases of the save an unknown life and found that eral information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation, or call on
In our lesson of today we have an restoration of the sight recorded, this he had saved his brother. That is the plication.. f
idea >representation. The nation to I Is the only case where the person was: experience: : of every Christian who E. H. HINTON, Traffic Manager WALTER HAWKINS, Fla. rass/Agt, f-

which the prophet belonged were born blind. Peloubet says: "We loam saves a soul. Savannah Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. 6-10-98) ,

taught through welt known symbols to much from it as a parable but the It is not in making discoveries that \ -V. 'i

look forward to something grander and main truth' la, 'Jesus, the light of the the world is most interested but in : > : !, 'I!

nobler than even this display to the world. saving men. It Is hard to get money ,':. r' '. .

eye In those "visions of God" It Is John XII.-"Christ 10: 110. the Good Shcpherd.- to equip expeditions to find the pole Indian River Nurseries It

better never to wander away from God Golden Text "I the or explore Africa but bow many lives Ii 1 .
into the wilderness of sin but if you : the good-shepherd am glvelh gocd his Ihl'pberd life and low much treasure! will be pouredout Budded Citrus Trees of every variety on Sour Orange and Lemon Stock; also full :f
line of all sorts of Fruit and l Trees suited to this '
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now to- Instantly e .
do, "return for the sheep John 10; IL eagerly to save SIr .
eluding Budded Mangoes 50 Varieties of Croton 25 Varieties of
morrow. "In Me is thine help. Hosea The sheepfold is a symbol of the John Franklin or rescue a Nansen or '
10-0 93 Palms, Roses, Strawberry Plants, Pineapple Slips Etc. '
IS, I He hath said,,"I *U1 heal their kingdom of heaven; the door .is the a Peary, or seek to find a Livingstone I \
backsliding I will love them freely," proper mode of entrance into the fold, in the African Jungles!-Endeavor* i k JOHN B. BEACH, Proprietor, :- WEST PALM BEACH FIA.

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1 ,- .d f THE TBOP1CAI SUN WEST, PJktSf BBACH. FtOBlDA.> 'THURSDAY, M1BCH> 23. 1899.' ;.
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-; SYNOPSIS OF SERMON the first missionary collection was taken, SAILING PAR'IY. A SUCCESSFUL SALE. """ ."''''.'Cii ''.
to ii, it consisted of less than seventy-five dollars. I

,*...*...atUMW.tt'BldC.ncTectIoBI What has God wrought in this A Whole- Boatload of h.. Kuie aid Th. Ladled Ep.....*. Xfliuia GaUd i East Coast Residents. I F?
abash tw Suriay.aak"t,wren 19. ?" i
I century I'NUe Afloat TaeMAy Bight liMa With De..rv.d Ia.eee.e.. i
,,' The Christianizing of the Sandwich
Rev. S. D. Paine, the pastor, occupiedthe Islands is one of the most wonderful One of the most pleasant sailing parties Friday sight saw the close of a three Who visit Jacksonville are invited to visit k
pulpit and took his text from Acts i
: missionary events of the century. our young people hue enjoyed was out days' bazaar sale given by that little _
7th. and &h verses. Fifty years of missionary: work cost on the Lake Tuesday night and was band of organized workers known as the KfJewelry I

:u.Ud'.he said unto them, It is not for less than the building of a first-class irondad. made up of young folks from Lake Ladies'Episcopal Mission Guild of West ; (J

TOO to know the times and the seasons Yet there are men who say mission Worth, Mangonia and this city. Palm Beach; and tired and weary as was EAST BAY STREET f "

that the Father hath pnt in His own work doe-D'I pay. A young upstart of Capt. U. D.Hendrickson's catboat the"Bertie this mere handful of earnest women, ; 33

power,but:ye shall have power after that a minister said in the presence of the B." was called into requisitionand they were pleased and satisfied with the JACKSONVILLE. i .

the Holy Ghost h.come upon yon and Duke of Wellington that it was foolish to started from Lake Worth picking result of their efforts in the good cause ; ; .:>1

., ye shall be my witnesses in Jerusalem send missionaries to foreign countries. np its passengers on the way down, for which they had labored:

sad b all judea and Samaria.and to the The Iron Duke measured the young man taking in those from here.last, after The.sale began Wednesday night and !Greenleaf & Crosby Co. (

;.' uttermost parts of the earth. from head to foot and said, "What are which they started up the Lake,having was continued from 3 'p. m. to n p.

f. / r Jeans Christ never gave a direct answer your marching orders, young man? an assorted crowd o! twenty-five peopleon m. on Thursday and Friday during

to a question that was speculative, or!' What did your Commander say on the board loaded with fun and not lack. which time refreshments were served i ...Birthday and Wedding .J

., that wu prompted by mere idle curiosity. mountain in Gallilee? You obey orders, ng for voices. and specimens of needle work, embroideries :::: .
'On one occasion man came .to young man, and go'where you are sent.'" As chaperones Mr. and Mrs; Geo. & ,useful and fancy articles and home- TvoClVO .;:?

Christ with the ,quutioa, "Lord, are The Church of Christ is not to reason Adams, of this city accompanied the nude curios and souvenirs were on display : "

}3--. there few that shall be saved 1 I" 'Christ why, not their's to make reply, but do party and the rest of them are known and sale. FUN :

-t did not give a direct reply but said to and die, if necessary, for Christ individually at their respective homes as At the first table on 0 the right as one

those who stood by Strive to enter at .. MISSes Leila Anthony, Vesta'and Ferna entered the east room of the new Maltby

the straight gate, for many I say unto Willson,Fanny Lace, Louise Waters and Block, were the French candies sold by Witty

:::.a. .. yoa shall seek to eater awl and shall Additional Personals.J. Annis Glenn, of this city; Rcse Sander, Miss Vesta Willson. Sweetness aboundedat

sd.be&b1e.: When Christ predicted Ruth Rickards, Hattie Merchant and this table and it was
M Willson of correspondingly
Sr., Somerset, Ky.,
the kind of: death that Peter-.bonld die Betty Hanong, of Mangonia; Florence successful.On !
arrived this'morning visit to the
Peter locked b the direction of John, on a Redifer, of Lale Worth, and Messrs. the first table at the left were the An old
home of his' son, L. A. Willson of this
.the beloved disciple, and said, Lord, city Emile Anthony, Oscar Cheatham, Bert fancy articles, in charge of Miss Thoma- parrot !
: what shall that man do?"-as much as and Wilbur Yarborough and' El win son, who demonstrated her ability as an which

to sty,'Haw shall John die?" Christ Oscar Seewald. bookkeeper for Joseph Moses, of this city ; WaneD'a d Milton effective salesman.At between

said KWhat, II that to thee Follow Zapf, of Jacksonville, spent Monday in Dick, Willie Gale and F. A. and. A. S. the.second table on the right Miss husband

; thou me." Peter's business was to folV town on his way to. Key West and Miami Howley! of Mangonia* and Harry Redi Fern Wilson presided over an immense Spring

low Christ-not to trouble bout_ John' on business fey and Beman Heyser, of Lake Worth. punch bowl from which she served the er Smts-at

'i -. death. Several hours were spent in sailing by thirsty with tbe coldest of lemonade. :
.'%' After resurrection of Christ the Co I, Cragin was dowh from Reve moonlight np and down the Lake Across from this was the tea table, Miss .

." v diacblesc me and ule!,"Lord,wilt Thau d' Ete Monday looking for a chance to tween Palm>> Beach and Riviera,'and be.w Mrs. Gardner brewed for all night that :

'; at this time restore the kingdom to Is- profitably invest some of his numerous time was mostly employed in penetrate comers a most delicious cup of Ceylon, Miss ;

3,. red?" They had the same conception wealth bee in-town.-. ing the stillness of the night with their and then sold cop, saucer and good will, meant a ,

-. of the Messianic Kingdom that the Jews Dr. C H. S Littleton arrived back melodious voices to a somewhat enormous to say nothing of the tea for a very moderate A

had, leaeraUy, that Christ had come to from Philadelphia and rejoined his famt- extent. i sum.Passing Shoes new at I

set np a mighty temporal empire and ilk in this city Sunday They expect to Finally, as the moon approached the next to the right one came, to

that they would be lifted up. to positions i finish the season here and will make it western horizon, the prow of the boat the table laden with useful articles and Poet-
ef emolument and The reply of turned toward town the" relics and curios. Here Mis. T. months'
,. power. as long a season as the Doctor's.business was bridgeD
Christ waa in the words of the text "It will allow.. tender was aroused to a o .,Brown held forth and found many a Editor

r :, is not lor you," eta .. his duty, the draw swung the "Bertie willing patron.At made it
We notice, first some of the kinds of -:\7, c. Boyle,of Salem, Ohio;one of the I B" with its happy cargo passed through, the next table everybody was at

power. that we need as Christians attorneys for the Pennsylvania Railroad the city dock was reached and the city home. Here were served ice cream, Clematis }
The' first is physical power-the power who, with his wife, has been spending members of the party disembarked, the sherbet and cake,of almost any flavor or Palm

of*a'good, healthful 'physical several weeks over at the Inn, left. Sunday craft! again swung loose, passed''throngl style one might call tor. At this popular -

:, ;:tion., Christianity doesn't organiza-I on a trip to Havana, his wife acrom I the bridge and soon had discharged the department the Mesdames Wellington Harris

human body-it is called the panyingbim. They expect to be-gone a balance of the party at their respective Sulzner, Maltby and Burkhardt am d sad since

the Holy Ghost. We are as guilty in week or ten days and will return and Mangonia and Lake Worth wharves and Misses Maude I Burkhardt and Gussie hasn't he?
of God when violate spend some time again here before leavIng Moffatt were the patron saints. ,
the sight we a physical the silence of the night closed down over ,Correll '
law as we are when we violate a i for their Northern home. where just before had been one of the Across the aisle Mrs F. B. Everett sooner got I ;,

moral la'w. They all emanate from GodThere .. .. largest and happiest sailing'parties that displayed the beautiful samples of drawn than he

is no. idntship in dyspeps'a. A THEY SAY- has been on the Lake this season.. work and found many a profitable cus her

r good deal'of the. pessimistic theology ..._.- tomer. Life.
that is preached comes from a bad die That fame, these days, is only worth The Court House Problem. Curtained off at the southeast corn I
ges oa. what it will b:ing in dollars and cents. of the hall was a picture gallery contain Best .

The apostle Paul drew many of his finest That there is one young lady in this Editor TKOPICIL SUN: ing a splendid collection of copies o f Tobaccos 1

illustrations the Christian life from vicinity that is the best thing ever found Regarding the County Seat question, work by the most noted masters in their! AN j

the athletic games of Greece end Rome. b a single lump. it will be well to bear in mind thatwhile several lines. Here Miss Fannie Luce It is '

JUt is a bad thing for a.Christian to engage That some of us showed oar heroismby West Palm Beach is the geograph'cal and Miss Nell Clow were the well informed go and ( 1

t ia outdoor exercises and develop staying home from the war to make center, it will likely ere long be also the! guides who took observer gamblers : :

his muscle then Paul set the church a room for the other fellows! to go and get center of the County's population.This through the gallery and explained every Waggles }\
bad example by referring so much to the honors. winter has demonstrated the fact this;: for fifteen cents. biers '

these games- The Bible extols the body, That it is*better for women to be familiar that Palm Beach is to be the great winter There is a background to every scene, are
f Christ aawmed it,lived in it, died ia it, with the than with camp-ground of thousands of ,tourists. but in this instance the men did no thing
poets some
rose in it and has a glorified human body other fellows. There ill to center here an immense business count but a trio of them saw to it that Laces

in the Heavens, Take care of the bodJdOlI' that naturally brings, also an increased the supply of cold refreshments did no kraable
That it is no use to save op for a rainy Fail and they were kept busy. .,
abase it by sin permanent population necessarily .
Bil 1
day for they come too often b this An auction
sale of few the
next a jpf pictures t
The power comes required by the various 'demandsof lific writer
i If aa ia great, not because of any physi- country. a great winter resort From the present held at the close of the bazaar,
::;. cal power,but because of his intelKctnal That the English are notably fond of outlook the southern end of Dade added a few dollars to the fund, which Jill-
him water except as a beverage.. when all expenses had been paid,showednet "What
power. God gave superiority over County must hope to grow principally in i
r all created things and over all the forces That truth and Chicago's estimated an agricultural direction. The ultimate proceeds to be a little more than one humanity?

oT mature when lie mane him. Man population are not ou speaking terms. success :f the vegetable interests ofbower hundred dollars "He i

sinned and lost that sovereignty. Under That the paper collar is the connecting [ Dade is extremely problematical The Ladies' Guild feels especially grateful Dr. R. F
is winning it back; link between the and the dude. to those ladies members of other denominations
: Christianity man tramp While we all hope for the best resnl s All
The ancients worshipped the lower crea- I That vaccination has been the most From this venture,yet serious drawbacksface who so willingly aided .

tfra and the forces oi nature. They : taking thing of the &eaS
.were afraid of the lightning and the i That some old bachelors women the uncertain floating, "here to-day otherwise helping them to make their BlUEr J'j
i = atonal 'Man the lightning, sale a success, not forgetting the liberal
aow "y'lD roung enough to be their second wives. and gone to-morrow" element.of Dade speaking, ( )
patronage given them by the active
".Yon carry my messages under thee were eliminated and the reliably permanent -
That the olderyo g the easier it is workers in other church circles. tractive
*. Uod and grow
and over the Uobeja intetested,-pnbliC supporting'citi
Be aayi to the sun, "Von paint my pic .obe ftood. zens of the County, prevailing factors in The splendid room in the new Maltby marrying

tent; ,to the wind, You waft my That many a man has a wife because the problem, it would seem quite likely Block, in which the fair was held, was tag likely

chips;"- to the strongest of the animals he was toy bashful to refuse that the courthouse at West Palm Beach furnished the ladies by Mr. Maltby with nal.

Vo. do my work"_and they obey. That by rightly using what you have would come near t to filling the bill of out charge, and they realue that muchof No need

: 'The intellect is s gift ,of God to man. is a good way to get more. the greatest good for the greatest conveniemed their success was due to the splendid any boats
Lei us cultivate it: let us read good literature That the more selfish you are the sooner and here-to-stay number. location they were given. want.you See

i let us consecrate our intellect to you will be forgotten. Another important matter in the County Everything considered (and there are
several things that might here be well Mr .
.God .humanity, That wha the wild Seat.question and much interesting
\ waves are sayings
.Another kjnd of power moral power nothing but fish storieS. public convenience should be considered: considered), the ladies did remarkablywell I do?

higher than. the other two the masteryover With our courthouse at the south end ofthe and their success goes to show that let him
That two can never live on less than they have with them the good will of the
and Alexander
passions. all
oar appetites County, nearly our citizens living ,
t One unless tLey have to. people of this town in their efforts to
could conquer a world and died a north of Miami and hIving business at get Give him
That if the beauty of some women their church properly finished, furnished
miserable l debauchee at thirty-three. the County Seat would, excepting a few
)faster yourself. struck in it would kill them. mouths in winter, be required to spendtwo and established. Fancy

t ..Another.power the grandest of all, is That where marriage is a success divorce nights on the trip-going by train Serial Sod of Clematis all the I :;I
r It from GoJ in is never its I
spiritual.. 0 'power comes successor one evening, spending that night and
answer' to"prayer-we need it in tbe That when an office seeks'a maa it one day and the next night in "Miami, social of THE

Church to day especially: We are wit- never has.to seek far. returning; next day But with the court The s the Epworth invented
League series is to be given next week
' aesses' for Christ. The greatest evidenceof That because virtue is its own reward house at West Palm Beach Lower Dade Tuesday and will be known Marsh "What is I
as a
the npersaturalnets of Christianity is citizens would be able to go in the
is the reason it is generrally,to hard up. up Mallow Roast and will be held over on ter ,
! in the pure and noble live' of its professed morning and return the same evening, '
z That some women are better than they the beach that evening. by with a
sdberens-beiur than Paley or spending no night away from home.
look, while others look better than These socials about for his
". they are given once a
: Watson or Butler. We don't need learned In view of these facts the intelligentvoter :
month and for members of
essays to prove"Christianity We need are.That should do some quiet thinking over are the
a consoling thought for old bach League only outsiders not being invited. Massage.
,_ large generous, Christian mID and women this County Seat question
:-men and women with the spirit of elors is that they are out nothing for Yours Pao BONO PUBUCO. They are given under the auspices of the Clematis Palm

Jesus Chriat. The grandest eulogium paregoric and safety pins --..---- Literary department of the League and

pronounced on Christ wilt "He went That ,short men often make long Rev. J. N. Mulford Resigns. this department sees to furnishing proper Mrs. B (
"' chaperones and everything else that :is
about doing good. Speeches men's

.The' disciples were to commence i in That salvation is free but the preachers At a meeting of the parishioners oi necessary.A Idaho. .
Jerusalem, tbe capital and metropolis oi try to make you pay for it. Bethesda-by the-Sea held Tuesday fore boat will leave the City Dock Tues. Mr. :.

Judea, where only five weeks before they noon, Bishop Gray presiding, the an day evening in time to take all the
That some men be self made )
may t members over who wish to and it is to change ,
put Christ to death: It wpn its first vic nouncement was made of Dr.; J. N. Mul.ford's go
., d their mothers bossed the Job. the committee's desire that Telegraph 1
then it branched every
tories there ; out an resignation*rector of that church
That West Palm Beach be
went to all the great 'centers of cultureand merchant which hebasbeeuinstrumentalinfoud. present
would rather have .. ... Styles-at
civilization ia Asia Iud then crossed you pay than pray. ing and whose rector he has been eve

into Europe. It has had many interruptions That it takes level-headed folks to ride since tbe little Bethesda-bythe-yes _Notice.. Winter )

bat today it emb.sees all At great bicycles-anybody can ride a thing with Chapel was erected some years ago. should
Those who are indebted to Dr. J. A.
A nations of the eart.hAt the commencemeat four legs. At the same time Bishop Gray announced tt
Pugh, deceased, for professional! services it looks
of this century there was no missionary That a mean man and a man of means his appointment of'Re*. L.
will please remit to Mrs. M. F. Pug, people oft
society in the Protestant Churchwort Jj, sometimes: one and the same chap. Fitz-James Hindry as successor to the Miami, Fla. A favor will be conferred

peaking of. A young man. a That the winter of our discontent depends rectorship. Rev. Hindry has for soc.e by complying with t\ is request. 3-23tC
of the Church in North tine been sharks
member neither on season nor weather. curate of the Jinrch aid is acquainted
amptonshirc, conceived the idea oi carrying with the cxngiegatlon: and familiar New York
That Church rivalry generally! does Geo. Zapf and some of his guests at
it be gospel to India. The conser.nti with the fiell and the work. Fresh
more: harm than horse-lacing. the New Seminole went up to JUDO in
-- member at his church told him Th t Dr. Mulford leaves the c-ar .h i in nue Supply
That there are fresherthac the launch Seminole to-day for the en, .
so} c women --
to sit down; when God got ready to send splet'di.l bonze ial condition is sl.o\to
Lot's wife. by jQ)meat of the ride and to take a look at In Pere-
the gospel to India He would send i it ; t'if fioawjal report read by him.whereini
without his UIp.; His name was William I That women can generally emertiiu: i ;; it slums cji-h in hand $1,198.14, and an i the Zapf plantation at Jnno.- tombstone i
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Carey. H? went to India, and the result i>ne another by bragging of their disease ; Interest-bearing investment of $1,500 of ,I A splendid: violin, fifteen years in use scriptiou,
of that miss oa; is seen there: to day. "11!I ,. i church funds. } 'await you. i
| in first-class condition be
I .. I, can boughtfor
ia that pulpit in Ketier stood ng i{ hires Ma porters but j' $25.00. Instrument guaranteed. Ronald, I

Care preached and saw the house where rrblic pays, theta, thef'j Subscribe! for THE gUll 1 Address "Violin,1' care TROPICAI. St TJf. youngster ; /

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