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 30, 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: UF00075915:00557
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Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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__: PURELY PERSONAL. the Inlet Friday getting back LIVELY LOCAL LINKS. THE COUNTY TIDINGS summer in quantities to suit purchaser HERB AND THERE d

rather late that night. .. and at a reasonable price.
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a :Attorney W. Metcalf left this morn. Pineapples still growing and prospects .1
_ _- People u They Oo-People ing on a badness trip to Delray. What the Sun's Men Heard In The A Budget of Interesting Items From better for nearly a full crop. Scraps of Nw Abort TW aa4 flit

."- .... You May or May Not Know. Call Schrebnick returned Tuesday Lively Local Whirligig.A Regular Correspondents. Rev S. D. Paine found time to come aa4 DItfttn&nsa F FUSI

.., ,.. .. ... up from town and spend one day last
morning from his business trip north. ,
o A ..laai' Pmoaal Itemi-YUltori Mirror of Minor Happening. Accidents Very Carefully Compiled sad Confined to taatVklca week in visiting the residents of this Newsy Votta aa* ttsa d IftUmt*

.. ._ '-tlo, City and CUlzn Visiting Miss Effie Tucker, of Delray, has been Coming: Events 'and a U of Most Interest to the section. 1.M4r .. 6.a**aJ aid ..*..>

'.'. Gilt or the City-, the guest of friends in town this week. Galaxy of Current ,(jiosslp. CUlzefts of Dade County The launch Nonesuch carried the la rantcalar.

.,' <"f' .. Mrs. J. R. Anthony returned to her ..- \ --HI --. mad for Capt. W. H, Saunders Monday, JI' t

V .'>?:': County Clerk A. F Qnimby left Monday home in thin city: Tuesday night from a Sunday is Easter-have yon' engagedyour DELRAY. DOINGS. and on its return proceeded to Boynton County Court meets Monday...J. yea

.' 'r. ,,' I-: for a month visit to Atlanta. few days visit to her son and friends in eggs? hipping to get a party to take down to Cape hare toattendT.
!. Miami H. Sterling is radishes Sable. -
t, : B. M. BreWord, the Palm Beach post Mrs. J. F. Oliver is oat again after with good results. There U excellent quail a4 dock

master paid a visit to Miami last Friday Postmaster J. C. Stowers and wife, her recent illness. Sheriff Chillingsworth was in town F, A, Rowley went down to Boyntonlast shooting to be fond at RocUedjce. I*
with his launch NoneSuchand
H, Macbattie, of Kobe. Sound, was toy Mrs Sackett and Mrs, Anthony paid a Evernia street is being shelled from last Tuesday on business. Friday returned Saturday with a (small) sure to stop at Hotel Indian River i
visit to Miami Tuesday, bnt'are home ---
town the latter part of last week on bus again now. the corner of Olive street to the Lake Mrs. Cox of Boynton, was a guest of load of vegetables from the Boynton Capt Tony Casora b dumaitltSf
iness. ..front. > y Mrs. S. S. Linton, Monday. farm of Rowley Bros.A Royal Poindasa fleet vreparstaty t*

Mrs A, Handelsman was up from Miami Mr. and Mrs T. J. Grier, W. G. De. If yon want good bass and trout R fishing Crops are looking fine and in a dayor contingent of Mangonia young pea having them pat into summer Barters.

V Saturday looking after her interestsin Berry and Charlie Thomas left Monda stop off at Hotel 'Indian River, so shipping will be commenced.Miss pie by invitation attended an enter- The Ladies Aid Society of the Cw*.

for z week's fishing and camping-out at Effie Tacker is tainment given by Miss Leila Anthonyat Church will
the Boston Store in this city. Rockledge spending a few meet at the Parsonage 69

Hillsborough River days with friends at West Palm Beach., her father Capt J, R. Anthony's residence Friday afternooa at three o'doek-b
I .t Wallace R. Moses the West Palm In anticipation of the day devotethe
we just south of West Palm Beach will be (erred.Hotel .
V Max Sirkin is spending a few days in F. S. Dewey was in town Friday look- _
Beach real estate agent spent last whole of to Easter matter.
V f St. Augustine this week in attendanceon page 5 ing after the Land Company's interests. Tuesday night and report a glorious time
Thursday down in the Biscayne Bay Don't fail to read it.
'.: Country, the Grand Lodge of the I. 0, O. F. of Alvin Sturgis of Miami is spending a J. H. Dick is now taking' resting Rim orchestra give

which he is a member. The Congregational Social at Mr. few in spell and watching the swelling ,on his morning and evening content tsaafatf
days the city, a guest of J. G,
x o; Dr. J. D. McLeay. of Boynton, was In Mrs. Frederick Sulzner has returned Maltby's residence last Thursday evening Penno. arm gradually diminish in size. To be it pleasant for those enable to ban for
"' town Tuesday arranging for the completion netted about thirty dollars. in style with the rest he got vaccinatedand rambles or sail.
.. from a visit to Miami, and is spending There is a grand opening for a good ;
of the long distance telephone now he is suffering the hereafter With one or snare-swing and sail ma.
the remainder of the season with her Speaker of the House of Representatives live merchant at this place, with a gen.
tserrice to this town. from it iu the same style as the rest. ken here on the lake then ie m need
son, R. G. Snlzoer, in this city. ,That Reed has been spending several era! stock,
Gruber days at the Royal Poinciana. Warren X. Dick, an ex-member of for the East Coast Hotel or any ovhtr
Assessor M E.
County ,
Hon. W. C. Boyle and wi/e of Salem, Rev. Kegwin and Thomas are here
Chicago's rising generation but at present people to sead away for such this .
returned from his labors at last .
x Juno Ohio., who ,have spent several weeks Steam launches make two trips dally for the purpose of organizing a Presby-
exigency man at Gale .& Co's says though tome do.
and is this week in
w, Saturday spending here returned to their northern home from Hotel Indian River dock down the terian Church.
} 4 the bosom of his fai"J { river miss it he likes to visit West Palm Beach, Sundays The regular meeting the Epeor\a
Monday. Mr. Boyle while here took a to "Fairy-land. Don't Rev. Mr. Walker, of West Palm
t i- especially, and that he would attend
.. ; p. Mrs. H. S. Thu who for several weeks trip to Havana. League will be held aa anal Ut w rq.
't .. ,. F. A. Reynolds was the e Beach preached at the school house preaching and other meetings in town alar

", weeks has been the guest of, her sisters, The family. of L. A.Willson have moved peanuckle tournament in the sells of Wednesday evening. oftener if it were not for the fact that the program will be carried oat, Us*

E ;.' ". ,:.V 1i? :>! Jdnt."lfuvin. returned last week to into.the house recently occupied by games played in this town last week for ,-The coloredpeople here have: stra young ladies fa town throw steep' eyesat meeting with Mias being Leila teas Anthony of aa in t&forml charge tie, :
her Louisville
r home. in 5y, Mrs. M.,F. Pugh and Mr. Willson will the local championship.There nice gardens which proves that they him'and when one hits him aa they t

..; "G, R. Pitter, the enterprising East have his shoe shop in the front room of drives to be are good gardeners.Mr. occasionally do, it gives him such a fueling Perhaps it Is not agauui the Uw far

the house door North. are many pleasant under the in his shirt that he Aligator Joe" to bring the Ute fttif tion
Coast drummer was visiting the merchants next had at Rockledge all along the waterfront Grier and wife of West Palm pocket

t. iu this vicinity Tuesday making Mrs N. S. Buniham and Miss J. Brad- In stopping at the Hotel Indian Beach, and party passed through; hereon almost has an apoplectic stroke every he ouches over and let then lay all tied

his headquarters between times at the ley, wife and sister, respectfully, of Dr. River orders may be left at the office. a trip to Hillsboro Tuesday. time. Some people might prescribe goggles up on die the railroad dock U the ins till
z train for the but there they but It surely looks ratheurnel.
'Palms. He left by night for young man are
N. S. Burnham, of this town, were Who says the farmers of Delray are
Miami _____ Peter Larsen and Carl Zapf returned two other ways one a preventative and Monday word vat received la this
among the arrivals of last week in West not in it? Where there was only one dry
Saturday fromTitusville with the launch the other the first for the of
a the death
care of John H. Graat'a sister
Palm Beach from Worcester and one-half
Mass. acres last year, there are
t Connty Tax Collector Henry J. Anthony Truant which Pierre Lorillard has had ladies to
fifteen this.F. young stop throwing sheep'seyes Sunday at the residence of bet brother.
s came down from the County Seats Messrs. Sirkin and Branning returnedlast chartered for the season on Indian River. at him and the latter for him to geta ia-law, J. P. Hepbora at Japtter, of eoa.sumptkn .
to Sunday again with the family from L. Tenbrook and a few of his'I
'" spend night St. Augustine, where Mr. Patton one of Hartford, Conn's., little more sand in his craw. from which disease she hud
':' here He reports taxes as coming toG they had been in attendance on the well known citizens, came down to West neighbors have built a wagon drive', long been a soffcter.

not much faster than a dead alligator Grand Lodge I. O. O. F. as delegates from his truck garden through the ham-
t Palm Beach last week for medical consultation A Most Enjoyable Time. The launch i
; can crawl. from the West Palm Beach Lodge. mock to the ocean beach. Noae-& carried tU
I and treatment from N.S Burn-
,. F. L. Tenbrook's garden of four to the absence from the city of mail on the West Palo Beach-Jaw
acres Owing
Mrs. Dr. Cotton of Meadville who has treated him in former
s Pa., ham
M. Wolf the mother Mrs. route
Mrs. Monday u Capt. W Sanders
and Miss years. is coming on so well that he will have one or more of the leading members of

: Max Sirkin, came up from Miami. Monday Pa, took Jennie down Strawbridge from ,Melbourne of Sharon, cleared the balance of his ten acre 1 bay: the Epworth League the Marsh Mallow! was makiBg tome necessary repairs and

on a visit to her daughter. She expects a run See ad. in another column of this issue farm to be planted next season.J. Roast that they were to have had over improvement on the new launch ke pat
the in
Tuesday this
return the litter of the to see sights section, this
t to part of Melbourne residence property for oa route last wed
returning there Wednesday morning. G. Fenno has had the horse of G. A. on the beach Tuesday night was abandoned -
week for a few days stay down there rent This is as advertised a most desirable -
Kuuzie's of Denfiend,that has been but to keep the time fully occupied The United States transportpasseH Ingalig
and then will return and make her homein Mrs and Miss Gruber, mother and property for an all year round residence pur- from
and one being Palm
this chased by ;. M. Rickards of loco Ra- prevent any by Bench Saturday hating
city. sister of County Tax Assessor M. E. and complete in furnish in every tone and it was delivered to him Tues disappointed, Miss Leila Anthony invited aboard See of Wu R. A. Afcer and party i

Hon. Thomas Brackett Reed, the big' Gruber, arrived from South Carolina last particular.The day. all the young people of this city bound for- Cuba.- .- Their--- f.-v mint-v nt loll-

Speaker of the House of Representatives, night on a visit to their son and brotherin Boston Store, of which Mrs. A. Maj. Boynton. S. R. Billings and Dr. and its suburbs to meet at the residence nation was Havana where they expect togo
a is another of the men of National prom. this city and also for the benefit of flandtlsman is proprietor, has moved McLeay of Boynton, were in town Sat .! of her parents just south of town and overland to the port ol deafuegoa I
their health
inence who have been visitors to Palm both being invalids. into the Whilldin Block next door to urday looking over the pines and were accept of her hospitality on that night, where they will re-embark for Porto

Beach during the past week. Speaker Mrs. C. A. Stone of the Palm Beach Dimick's Drug Store and is now teady very much interested with the prospectsof and all that could do so were in attend- Rico.

Cottage in town for business in their and well located ance, to the number of nearly forty.
Reed and his daughter were guests of was shopping yesterday.She new a crop. Easter service at the West Side Congregational 1

the Royal Poinciana over Sunday. reports the best season the Cottagehas quarters. The picnickers who went up to Lake Games, music both vocal, instrumental Church next SllDda,. an.

Messrs. Harry Leach. J. F. HolUngs- ever known and the, nearly every room still Mayor Whilldin has sold hiq splendid Worth Inlet Thursday h.-d a delightfultrip. and the and two many'other combined ways Idner'1graphophone to s. D. Paine, the pastor will preach *.

worth, C. D.*Cady and W. A.Snider who occupied probabilities are that I residence, the first he built in West Palm Only one man went overboard, entertain the crowd called into sermon on the rewrrectioa of J-
she will have were
have been spending the winter here at to keep the Cottage open Beach, to F. B. Everett This is the but several pieces of wearing appareldid innocent Christ at II .. m-In the evening at 730
and abundance of
till May lit, if not longer. requisition an
the of Olive and Da p. mhe will preach a sermon to VOUM*
the New Seminole, left Monday morn- property on corner ; and the chase was fun. sports and hilarity were the predominatog

lug on the steamer Della bound for their W. E. Glenn left for St. Augustine tura streets, opposite the Congregational Messrs Gunnell features of the evening. men and women OB "Heroes and TraHeroism. *
Schabenger, and Ten- I ."
respective Ohio homes every one deter yesterday with his little son to have the Church and known as Green Lawn Cot I -all are cordially invited.
tage. brook, Mrs. Sterling, Mrs. Tucker and Refreshments,were not forgotten by
mined to be here again text winter if eye of the latter operated upon. By ac Mrs. Tenbrook went to Lake Worth Inlet the hostess and will be longrememberedby We have received reports from the

possible. cident the little boy's eye was hurt sometime Dwight; A. Allen, after the bnilders last Thursday and spent a very en- the partakers, and the several hours lower end of the Lake that J. W. Porter

ago and. though he has had good have the construction of the has received return from a of
Cashier Geo. L. Branning was a passenger completed joyable time, returning Friday evening. spent there passed only too quickly, shipment
attention here and been to St. Augustineonce home being built for W. J. Allen, will but finally the farewells were said and beans that sold for eight dollar a crate
the first of the
to Jacksonville
Whiskey being brought into this
before the eye never healed and take charge of the adornment of the the numerous young ladies and gentlemen and that Captain Will II. Mourn
week where he had important business
town and it is
quite freely sail goal
f the doctors now say an operation will be grounds and the planting out of the upon departed for their homes, but not shipped some tomatoes that brought
Monday. Tuesday he went to St authority that the section hands the
f necessary to save the other eye. property to fruit and ornamental plants are without leaving their blessings behind six dollars a crate, and neither gentle
Augustine as Representative from the men who are bringing it and unless some
and trees. them for their fair hostess, whose efforts man shed a tear over such damage by
local Lodge of Odd Fellows to the J, W. Willson Jr. and wife, of Klss-: I one calls a halt it may end in a tragedy. had been the freeze.V .

Grand Lodge session held in the ancient immee, were guests of the Royal Poin- The town of West Palm Beach now has I II for their entertainment Crowned -

city this week. ciana! last week, leaving on Saturday for an efficient clerk in the person of Geo UAXGOMA I with such an unqualified success. Asa mark of appreciation for the good
work done his
Hon Amos J. Cummings left Palm Miami. Mr. Willson i h Osceola Couri S. Adams, who has adopted office hoursas oa fine launch by Capt. y

Beach Saturday for New Smyrna where ty't leading insurance maul while Mrs. follows: 9 to n a. m. and 2 to 4 p. m., Geo. A. Gale has just received a large Catholic Services., A. T. Rose, Joe. Jrffenon made the capt.

he will fisb and hunt a few days with old I Wilison is the well known author, magazine at which time he will be found at the invoice cf orange trees part of which he Tomorrow, Good Friday, there,will be tain a present of a fine oil painting the
work of his han U.
I and correspondent who Council Hall day to attend to is setting out on his home place and the own < To My that the
friends before returning north. Con newspaper every any Way of the Cross at 3 p. m. at St Ann's

gressman Cummings is one of News writes o\'er'hor full signature as Minnie municipal affairs needing his attention. balance on b:S Riviera plantation, I Church, and at 7:30 p. m. chanting of Captain it was tickled and over the gift is to
put very mildly that the pictureis
York's most prominent men in public Moore Willson. One of Mrs. Willson'sbest Considerable good work has been done A big boat load of Mangonians went I the "Stabat" and sermon on the Passion

life and as a journalist has made an enviable works is that popular book entitled lately oa the City Park in the way of down to the lawn social given by the of our Lord and Savior. treasured highly valued and will be carefully
I by Captain Rose, are not eYeD
c "The Florida! Seminoles.
vv'J. a record_ as_Congressional_ __ correspondent leveling off the grounds, setting out Ladies Aid Society of the Congregational The next day Holy Saturday 6:30a. : matters of
of the New York Sun. For I and clearing off the brush, and Church at Geo. H. Maltby's in m., the blessings of the new fire will doubt..r
Dr. C. S. Li tleton wife grass --V-- 1,
and chil-
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: nearly twenty years the Hon. Amos more will yet be done, so that before town last ThursdaJnlght. A few wenton take place followed by the blessing of
dren who the winter A New
has been a regular winter visitor to spent in one of next season it will 'be an ornament their wheels. baptismal water and of the Paschal can Launch..

Lake Worth and Indian River.F. the large Whilldin cottages, left last I dIe and the offering of the holy sacrificeof .
instead of Mangonia send
night for their Philadelphia home. They an evesore. generally a good representation -J i Capt. A. T. Rose was called to New

L. TenBrook and wife, Mrs. H. J. came here for the benefit of their children's New awnings are to be some of the down to the Congregational the mass. Smyrna last week by Pi-ne Lorillard
Stirling, Miss Effie Tncker and Messrs Church in town every Sunday night, and|: On Easter Sunday, mass at 6 a. m. and on his return
i health, as the little (ones were : improvements to be made this coming brought with him w
Chavinger and Grinnell were Delray visitors suffering from whooping cough, and I summer over around the East Side hotels last Sunday night was no exception to at the Royal Poinciana and at 10:30 at order and drawings for a forty-foul
Ann's Church. Vesper service at
in town last Thursday and guests they take them back now entirely cured. and while they are at it perhaps the rule about the only ones left at St. naptha launch which he is to build for

of Mrs. Will Whidden, all returning They like this 'place so well that the they may extend the Lake wharf several I I Ii home being the old people and the 7:3 P niBritish- tt- Mr. Loriyard. and work on the Mae it j

home Saturday bnt Miss Tucker who remained doctor is almost persuaded to put him feet further out into the water, put seats' babies. I I sailors are surprised at the to commence at once. The launch to Ii

over till Sunday night. The up a fine cottage for a winter residencehere i Jon it and an awning over it-we know It b reported that what is knownas nerve of American soldiers. What be run by a sixteen-hotie-power Murray r

party came up by boat and got stuck in in town. Whether he does or not i I such an arrangement would have pleased the Judge Heyser homestead, would they say if they met some of our & Treagurtha engine, and when com. -

+ ,, the canal for a while but managed to get they all expect to be here again next., a great many. of their guests this past now owned by Cot J. B. Briggs is to be politicians?-Philadelphir North Ameri pleted will be one of the finest best and.

through and here in time to pay a visitto ,, winter. I winter divided up in lots and sold this coming can. fastest launches on the East Coast. ;'


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," ring when their men are fadng sure ;,
\': defeat In contests Billy Madden says: West Palm Beach Florida. '
, Two doors north of office.
ff].', ". must say that in many years, experience ARCHITECT: t pos -f:
"- I have entered.rings a number T D Town, West Palm Beach .
of times In order to save my men --.s, ... iVBANKING Authorized Capital, $100,000.Paid BREAKFAST. LUNCHEONS AND DINNERS AT ALL HOURS. =
getting knocked out. Yon see It a : .0

TNC BICYCtC AS A MOTORrial man is losing, and you know it sure, Dodo County buac B oUI"k. Up Capital $15,000. First-Class Chef, Cuisine and Service.
why whats the harm in going in the West Palm Beach
ring if it will save him? You know -.- OFFICERS: Private Dining $arlQrs. y
...W./.i1.I Ata.s ., ..... dean ;
that you are going to lose the BARBERS: E.M.DIXICIC President. r.Orders Received for -Q
Dinner Parties of Any Number and at All Hours
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By MM RMw.Few and you aoandon all c-aitn to it when Wm Schaixlt, \\est faint Beach U. D.HENDMCKSON, Vice-President. e
wheelmen are aware of the you enter' the ring. I contend tuat It D M Geauriuean West Palm Beach
fimat of power generated by then: is legitimate to save a man from a Jiilo Cooper,'West Palm BeachBICYCLES GEO. L. BRAINING, Cashier.
if it (' mx!.'!:@@! tm&Sm $.f when and
eo a spin, and what wondrotu knockout ,severe punishment Office Hours From 9 a. m. to a p.m.
result eovld be obtained from It if 11 U possible. But when a man enters the ;: : HOTEL HIBISCUS Palm Beach.
wen possible to concentrate and ape ring under such conditions it does not Ceo S Adams,West Pdiui BeachW I GenEraIB3nkiagBusinassTransactedCollecttou.prumptt1 .
.. ptjr It f. practical purposes. follow that all bets must be declared R Mitchell, West Paiu Beach A New ITuit-l on lli* .came stile of Lake Worth and rrjr near the KoyalPoiueiaua .
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; 3.30! per day and upward L. U.CILLKV.! Manager.
__ Ate to Dr. Searwali. ot Gettttt off. That is not an evidence of fraud. -.- remitted on day ..r !.
?, titan art four points to be con Tbe referee can order you out of the BOTTLING WORKS: ntvlpU Drafts boujjtt; and sold on the prinrliwl i HOLLY INN, Daytona
>-+_Jri". altered about CTcllns-tbe friction oitfc ring, as I have been ordered out In C Castellauo, MiamiBUILDING tints" uf he Cniud Staten. 4-20-97
nrface.ltll1'&dAtioo. the natural! San Francisco Boston and Jersey -.- Kariug:the: brautiful Ualifaz Riser Burnt bicycle Dad.In the elate. .:l.Se
per day and upward. .t:.L. CASWKLL, taaiagcr.' '
'! peed of the wheel and the resUtenctf City and continue the bout AU the SUPPLIES: .

y.r t! A .f alt> Thai la making an attempt trouble experienced In this coun.!')' .Chas \\eUhaus, Jacksonville Set d JO? $ui) Your Job Work : THE BUCKINGHAM, St. Augustine. r
.. to eoapttte the amount of power gent with bouts is owing to the rules. The Goo Hacker & Son. Charleston, S C.
1Wttat.td.. the conditions of.the road. thE Marquis of Queensberry are not later- -........- t unite Alcaxar Ponce ue L..uu and Ca..lB.., and among the date palBUII
VeJedty of the wind and the weight oi preted correctly here and I know of CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS:I -- --' ; 1.50 per day and up" .ard. WSI.F.KE.YNEYDiaoager.

t... tbd wheel and lu ildor' must be taken no good substitute rules. Many good franklin aueeu, Wcsi Pabu Beach .1 DAILY EXCURSIONS send for boou. 2-2 GEO. C. HOWE, Proprietor. M .
"-r late'ctl f consideration. boxers here have never read the rules, -.- ,
r but they should be made to do s<\ anil DENTISTS: BY TUB"THERELLA"- . . ;SX5yg g Si ..;.:- -h. when they can't read they shone be J A Pugh West faliu Beach:
4t la tweaty-fonr hour record making read and explained to them. I like 1) A Thuuiasou. West Palm Beach LAC
,, wr facet, the amount of power produced this country better than England but L T Daniel Cocoa NccUZ Located,. BeMtlfuI Uk Watt
-, --- II wonderful. It amounts to nearly anyone who has seen glove contestsin --.- Opposite the 'Royal rcindaaa"
three taiUton'potmiU. In other worth both countries' must acknowledgethat DRUGGISTS: -TO THE- ) "TIMS" electric lishtsEieetticlst.ell.naths
., ; I h. la e<}u1 to the force required tc the methods employed by foreign E H Dimick.,.W tst Palm Beach COMPLETE SERVICE.;
.;1"1 sal i false &UB& budred pound weights to clubs are Immensely" better than thosein al' RUBBER TREE AND PITTS' ISLAND, r- $2 oo, $ijo and $j.oo per Day.
J U tfcTatloa of three feet In one day. use at home. DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING: Special Rates By the Week.

.., "From a hygienic standpoint" says Thomason & Browu, West Palm lkachMrs Starting from the Royal Poinciana Dock. .
Dr. fckrwall "the best recreation can One of the Noveltle*.the Cycle Show. J Frank West Palm BeachCurl Address"THE PALMS. WEST PAI.M BEACH, FWRIDA.
L .eat U eUai&ed by a cyclist from a speed One of the atest unique features' is SchrebmcJ, West Palm Beach
that dais sot exceed Un miles an hour a bicycle built on the famous cantilever Dave Singer,Jacksonville -'----------
plan. This machine is UK invention .. .
for a dlataace of about twentyfiretiles
: For Rubber Tree, 10 A. M. Returning.12 )I.
; A New House
-4 dally.Tb of a Dane, and was the most FERTILIZERS:
sensational exhibit at a recent cycle Wm A Hours& Co, Jacksonville For Pitta'Island,2 P.M.; Returning 51'.M

, -.4Xatioaal R......,. show. The construction of the frame Little Bros. "
.- Cycling Association Is of the suspension bridge order, and a' palm Beach CottageWill

I 'wbk'l la expected to control racing consists of twenty-one perfect triangles FIRE INSURANCE &REAL ESTATE: JAS. E.-CHAMBERS

'__ .L ._...1.WIll... lAtndQM many rascal reforms. made of small steel tubing. RrnKtnrd Hmo. Palm Beach ,
11o wcords that bare preriontly been Wallace Rl \Vs'i'Palm Beach OWNER.
audt' wilt bo counted, and the new Q -...- Open Dec.,15.
"lrt t' I' ttdM proves for a general c1w1flca.i FISH DEALERS:
elM of tbt riders the amateur and proftsateaal Reynolds & Hull, West Palm Beach
t 1t'i.. 'a." clan being still retained. S b Miller & Co, New York CHESEBRO BROTHERS, Five i minutes \ValH) from the Rojfal poinciana.Rates. .

.,.,..;6 TB cVflaltloa of each class win be Cheseboro Bros, New York .
r .. .. broad tod coaprehenslre. abe ama Caleb Haley & Co New York) 1 Fulton Fish Market, New York. $2.50 per Day, Special Weekly! Rates. '
:. I tL" tears will be entitled to the same st -,-- .
Wbolssale! Commission! Fish Dealers
w lw'.t prlrUffs as an amateur member of FOR SALE: Address PALM BEACH COTTAGE
.mtwp ,CBO UterColbxlate Association .or the Household and Camp Equipment, ;
Amateur Athletic Union. All riders G W Jennings, WeU Palm Beach Our Indian River Specialties Are Palm
*d .44 Aast register. Trainers will also be -.- SPANISH MACKEREL Beach, Florida.
b P required to register, as a good deal of FURNITURE:
trouble baa been caused by them In t Geo H Maltby, West Palm BeachD POMPANO KING-FISH,

tao. past \ of E Cooper Mfg-Co,.-Jacksonville SHEEPSHEAD. BLUEFISH, THE EHRMftN H USE

r" ..q... Clmtt I.th.Flu W.... GRAIN AND SEEDS: SEA TROUT, ETC.
S Is now for Winter Travel.
, After tbe conclusion of the six:-day c\I\ Wm A Bours & Co, Jacksonville open -
Unrst and -Baths L. COa1a1ceUo- ,
Traadaco. Kennwlr. Brady I'
v : .1 t
will conduct a series of short-distance HARDWAREM : Prompt Returns and Fell Market Values( Rates Reasonable. Short Distance from the Depot.

'- professional meet at other cities totfcoWest NOVELTY *T CYCLE SHOW. E Gruber, West Palm Beach ------- Address ]Mrs. S. E. BARMAN
t .... .; ft The riders will have a circ- The seat Is swung like a hammock be- --'''-'- Stencils Forwarded on Application WEST PALM BEAL'H.' FLA.
alt, to follow which at present embraCM tween two supporting points. The HOTELS: Correspondence Solicited
Baa lose Los Angeles, Stockton frame has been tested to support a Green Lawn Cottage West Palm Beach .
t.Ii' Sacramento, Portland and Denver. Are weight of 1,800 pounds, and tue bi- Palm Beach Cottage, Palm Beach Boarding at Reasonable Rates.MRS. .
"". ,- h racfemettts for meets In these cities The Boynton Boynton
cycle complete weighs from eleven to Red and
l tat% already been completed.be added Other to eighteen pounds. One of the advan- Seminoie Hotel West Palm Beach Spanish I JAS. McCANN is prepared to accommodate boarders at her
dtifs will undoubtedly tages claimed besides lightness ic an ;The Palms West Palm Beach
r. set t tao Hit, a tbs cycle racing fever has absolute absence of vtoration. An :The Barman House, West Palm Beach. FancyPINEIUPLE- utf- well knowd boarding house on Clematis! Ave., clos? to F E.C.Ry d.epoLNEW
:y a t= I r apmd considenbty since the arrival English inventor has adapted the cantilever The Beach Club Palm Beach.
t co trod the fiast of the big aggregation frame to the requirements of a Hibiscus, Palm Beach CALL ON HER FOE RATES AND
.a et short, stlddl and long a1etane8 ratr'd woman's bicycle. Mrs James McCann West Palm Beach

tof men._ The Travelers Jacksonville .., \
.. '( I
litii: of Sport Al Fresco, Jensen and Suckers
,, ......*.HIforrUtown. ...a(7d.Trek.tif 'I'JEWELERS Slips ooHUTEL
Dixon cleaned
George up $3,000 on .
N. J, will bare a bl : SEMINOLE
his victories over Dave Sullivan and for Sale,o|the Following Varieties vU
Some .
gels track this sunmer. capl Idner & Son, West Palm Beach.R.
Oscar Gardner-$3,000 as the winner'send Abbaka Porto Rico
,_I Ii. taUsta In that pretty Jersey townBITO J. Riles Jai-ksouville ,
11a, determined that cycle racing will with. Sullivan and $ ,OOO withGardnl'r. Grcta.eaf & Crosby, Jacksonville Smooth Cayenne,
bo IB the future a prominent sport'' --.-- Egyptian Queen, Only Brick Hotel in Town.
then, and have announced their Inten Johnny Lavack the Cleveland featherweight LAUNCHES TO LET: Golden ;
}.b- floss of erecting a thoroughly up-to- nas decided to give up the Therella West Palm Beach Ripley Queen, Queen, WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.
date bicycle oral No site has yet boxing game and will hereafter confine ..5LAUNDRY_ White Antigue.

been selected but options have been his time and attention to his gym : I I Pernambuco, THE SE'IINOLE 1 Has recently been completed built in the most sub- i 1
.e taken on several desirable places in nasium in the Forest City.. White Swan Weal Palm Beach Enville stantial manner and elegantly furnished: situatedon
the centre of the town. Bernard J. Wefers, the great sprinter Wo Kee, West Palm BeachLAWYERS Early d.'Unrcoan be made tart of the high t.
has left the N. Y. A. a to take anInstructor's -...- fruit tram this t'lantatlonhaving been jiU'keila ground fronting Lake Worth and commanding amagnificent,unobstructed
A X.ti Bloyela.The position in the Boston AA : t l ontb. Apply. to view each way and guests enjoy perpetual breezes from all directions.

most novel wheel .a one with- Physical Director Fred Stoiia of the W I Metcalf West Palm Beach C.C. MATTHAMS Cuisine and Service Strictly First-Class.
5;e' oat gear, sprocket or crank. It Is Chicago 'Athletic association has refused Frank; W Pope,Jacksonville ,
',' I worked by levers ana chains. The an offer from Yale to go to the Alex St Clair-Abraius,Jacksonville Florida Pineapple Company, Rites: J2 per day and up. Special Rates by the Week or Month.
'. levers are attached to the lower rear -1-- I
.t-. stays and the pedJ en1 are support eastern the training college of and Its- track take charge and field of MEAT MARKETS: 21-97 West Palm Beach Fla.C17T GEORGE ZAPF Manager.
I. ., ou by ordinary cjcle chains running athletes. J P Mendel Wtst Palm Beath 11-4-97 ,
se' .I'i' ,over pulleys at the rear of the top bar 1 Will Whidden. ---- .
to ballbearng clutches at the uub of The Chicago Athletic Associationwill -.- is A it BK it SHOP, ..
send -
team of
the rear wheel I' a athletes to the MILLINERY: ,
Paris Exposition of liwo. It is proposed Mrs F L Moffatt West Palm Beach First Door South of the Post Office.
to scour tue country for the _......_--J Easiest Chairs and Best THE TRAVELERS
best available runners, jumpers,
:MUSIC HOUSE: Equipped Shop in Town. ,
weight-throwers and cyclists to represent Ludden & Bales' M H, JacksonvilleNOTARIES 6-q.tf :1IiLOl'OOPEIt, VropV.
the club. NEW MANAGEMENT, -
-e- -
Dr. Paul Neumann, the notea Aust- PUBLIC:'
,.' rian swimmer and A. A. U. quarttr- W R Moses West Palm Beach To Rent by the Hour or Day. FELIX GARCIA, Prop. Jacksonville, B'la.
mile champion recently won a 12i>- Guy 1 Mctcalf, West Palui BeachNURSERY
yard handicap In ie Chicago' Athletic -.- ONLY NEW BICYCLES IN TOWN. Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Paths, Complete &ci. ".
Club tank in Chicago from scratch, I i I
fir ; in the fast time ot 1 minute 22 2-;) John B Beach West Palm STOCK Beach: Next Door North Tropical Sun Block.W The Best $3.00 per day Hotel in Florida.Take I
J H Wyhe Interlacben R. MITCHELL car at the Union I>cpot and ask the Conductor. to atop at the Travelers 1-21.99 le li l

... to recently compiled records ---I.- Proprietor. i,
Espionage was the most
of the two-year-olds, winning J B O'DonoghueVest Palm Beach :
H. twenty out of thirty-six starts. rank al_
Ito Bell won lourteen out of twenty-two F.A1 REYNOLDS
and Boney Boy had twelve firsts, ,
R B Potter West Palm Beach
fourteen seconds and six thirds out
"at, wnuorr SPROCKETS OR OF.A$ of fifty-six starts., 11 C Hood a",_" First-Class-

,.....\ Sixteen incaea of rlgut angle stroka PINEAPPLE PLANTS: I
I 'f' la taw afforded the rider and it is Charley lieDD."',Hi'fnriane. G C Matthams, West Palm Beach' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL j
dalawd that by this arrangement a Few people have any Idea what .
lit ,411 gear of 112 will ba u easily propelled I Charley Bennett Boston's former RESTAURANTS-' .
- ..,1.. ."i. aa a fear of 70 OB a chain driven blcycl I catcher, has gone through. After
Schmid's Cafe West Palma Beach WORK
,. the levers work independently having both legs amputated below the
'T .
M Will Melton, West Palm Beach .
_... of each other and are capable of any knee an operation one man in a hun- ,-
w. Also of itroke.If dred would not have survived, the -
"J: plucky fellow had to have both taken RETAIL GROCERS:

CJeIe VMM.Tha off again above the knee. lie suffered L W Burkhardt,West Palm Beach t-
latest thing In gears is the tortures ever after this operation but J F Oliver! West Palm BeachJ
hydraulic cycle par The power is at last accounts was reported as im D Maihis, West Palm Beach At THE SUN Office -

a tW .,a '. transmitted through a pneumatic tube proving. He has supported himself by Glen G. Strohm, West. Palm Beach SPANISH
',os7 ,4 II tram the crank which acts as a force doing china paintin until reecnntly MACKEREL

..,....." pomp on the principle of the hydraulic when he bought an interest in a cigar SHIRT WAISTS: 1
Miss Palm Beach
;,s. .. press to geared hub. store in Detroit But for an iron constitution Crosby, .. ,;
he could not survive the or- !
1 Eddie IfeDuffee attaches no Import. deals through which he has passed. SHOE REPAIRINGV : ail BLUE -
e Ute to the world record of a mile in \ R Mitchell West Palm Beach J
?si 123, made by Major Taylor. Mc- ..
: Material for Telegraph role. -- -
ti"+ tDnffee, who is now At' Atlanta Ga, Quite a list of materials have been STEAMBOATS AND MACHINERY: WEST PALM :BEACH, FLA.I I Chas. iif
asserts that he can get under thenegro's \Yelshans
raw ,
used for telegraph poles, but the idea Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co, .
rye, figures without trouDle.Lapvny.f JacksonvilleTAILORING BOX 187. H-!.4-tf _
of stone for this purpose will be new i .
-- -
.Ii. tquw.arrant to most people. It is nevertheless a'' : I
obumtlons among Indians tact that the messages between Milan Abe Safranek & Son Weat Palm Beach. -

slow that in South America: as wen! and Switzerland by way of the Simp- -..... -
aa la North America the red woman Ion Pass, pass over a telegraph line TO RENT: CALEB HALEY & CO.

j t! ,., t lives await longer duration tbaq the of life ted Is man.only But seventeen the. with be atone military poles.road This which line runs skirts alongthe the Manalapan Cottage-: ,.Hypolnxo- Wholesale! Comini&iou l Dealers In Longman & Martinez Paints ; ,

'' for both sexes In the south,
west side of Lake Maggiore. The polesare TRANSPORTATION LINES: <
sd ti and & per cent of the Indians die dur
W H Salah-n.West Palm Beach
,tw,,. r Iq tao first year of life.CMtaml. of gray granite and average about Indian River and Lake Worth Steamers Lime, Brick Shingles :
ten inches and
square twenty-five feet Special Attentio given to the sale of
A PrlrbI,. high. They are in use for a distanceof Ocear S S Co. JacksonvilleF Southern Fish. SPANISH MACKEREL 1

a It la curiotfs to tots that wood tar thirty or forty miles. C Ry Jacksonville.- POMPANO BLUE 1'JSH, TKOVT, SHEEP Cement and Coal Tar.

'at dt* II prepared just as U was in the fourth VEGETABLE-PACKERS AND SHIPPERS: HEAD, RED SNAPPER, SHAD, etc. 1

reR caatory B. C. A bank is chosen aide Titers nil Yale XOT.25. J Warner & Co MiamiWHOLESALE J
v Dots dug Into which the wood is The date of the Princeton-Yale foot- -,- CONSIGNMENTS: SOLICITED Agent for Sickler's Peerless Cement Plaster.
placed covered with turf. A fire isKsatad ball game next faL will be Nov. 25. PROMPT RETURNS.

fate.*L*. -. toft Isto nniineiti.th ti btrrili pd laced tar to recelie slowly This lug between datewas decided representatives upon at a of meet: U>e Pope &M I aiiMi Jacksonville GROCERS: U Fulton Fish Sarket, SEW YORK. 13 South Hogan St., Jacksonville, Florida. 10:21.98

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Tb Perfume of aha
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Thclr'Ovn r>rmol.. Palm ; Real Estate and InsurancePalm Supply! StoreWest =::V
I". Tiolet Is the perfume of the Reason.From : ---

the tips' of her fin;. rs to the Led Beach
tif her kid boot the u'eU.groom((} wo- ::- Palm S aclt.Florida,

man BUfr!;csta this tIver's: I sweetness .. ; Beach, :Florida., J. D. MATHIS
Drug Fioprteior.SICCUMT
It is quite common Yet dainty women .
i- A PRETTY EVENING DRESS. to have their own. individual perfume NOTARY PUBLICCOTTAF.> iO KENT.L97 ( .
; .Ar.. ;u Brass i| eatery .Cnctrf C*)
formulated as they fancy it should be ** Store.I Post Offiee
Betiding Kurt cl i'oindana Hotel
t .M Whit fpottod "._110 d. -for there ore violets and violets. ). My Motto""Unif. S&Iw and Small Pro 8ts.!

**.. Our hi. IHiw.KUek Some like one combination and others I !<< *

\E4; : Tb cagnring jrtre a good Idea of another into, so it one's is easy confidence to take ones"ruiner and have py.yfj'ojal; Poinciana Pharmacy FURNITURE Family Bakery Goods and
a pretty teutonic for dinner or a small a secret formula agreed upon. Ever

rrarfag party with effect* produced after that perfume Is known, by its Household ... .My Specialty.Goods F
by the bkndiug of tulle one over the owner's name and no one else can -DEALEBJ IS- Sewing ilar allies, .

other. It U made of black niousseline t'wlb 8wcetnes& f The Bent Machine. Made Light Running and delivered free to any pan '

de note, with white silk spots einoo For the bath dainty femininity lids 1 Noiseless of the City or across the Lake. ,
btoId'h'd it to relief rather
close Toilet
tna'rthcr.x violet water and after the rubbing a Drugs, Articles Sole ill Orders Given Prompt Attention. 1
Ajrent for
the Miaous
It U made skirt of I I delicately scented violet powder is Wall Trunk. Mat Goods First-Class and Fresh.
up orer a white i tresnef made to outer. A Complete Highest
Mtla. veiled with pale blue mouiwcllnv for used the, and there is violet tootb'wasbes.inlle tonic Fine Stationery and Hue of e prices paid for country produce.
Jiair. Violet :
r d mole
= which
product the'efft!: t of
Bar of me and I will .
a hot material. The tutla akin IB used and there are even perfume FURNITUREof wire you mo" 6-t97

Ma tight the folm-M incn-asiuj from bon-bons while a tiny rouge pencil fdr Druggist Sundries. all description a Rod Bottom rriref.both
the Lp is violet scented. ',
about lialf-way down to about forty Wholeiialeund R-=talt. Baby Canlagw horn |6upto'20
cratimetrv from the bottom at which Tronlt,the walls of a woman's war Go CarU. Bt -
niceraton,le*Cb sU, BIeYeLE'HeSPITAL.
paint! It olden very considerably rooc.hnht !Ettt'll. pads breathing blos Pnwriptiousrartfnlly: ConipoumltHi Etc .

duwu to the ground. The two lighter fomWhilIs'ofviolets) and every leastuoutc East Coast Itiidinesti Solicited. -- K

BiatriUU are Kliffhtly vupported. a-, for femurine finery holds a sug We hare a consignment of Oak Diners and "
round the wnUt and follow the tams. gesti0n'of \iofet fraiancfe.! Tiny WEST PALM ,BI;M:H. B-HMJ6) Kd Rocker that will be sold very low. We ty'J i
sachet bags are tacked here and thereIn handle the Famous Cleveland and
frocks, perfumed flannel. goes in BICYCLES. {
4i strips Into the tailor i
made gowns and General
Repair Work...
!v in hat linings, while violet tablets are .. Especial attention given to our Man Orders. \
tucked into Ascot We Enamelling a Specialty. .
a ties and the glove Gnrantee Satisfaction both in goods and
palm and loosely thrown into coat rTke Call OB us or send in your order to
E pockets. .
Subscribe fog )i9| Sun. 15 and 17 Laura JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ONLY 16.00New High Grade Wheels For Sale ut. To Baste "

Cnrloo, CcHrattlc. 4-21 D. E. COOPER M'fg Co. 'r 1

t Even in the unhappy ages_when people
knew nothing of-the bath and its COnPLETE LIME OF SUNDRIES

..tvfr found rejuvenating out the secret propertiesnoted of preserving beauties their Store I New Goods Rock Bottom Prices !i iTOIVIASO1'I

by ablutionary aids. Isa-
------- GEO. .
S. '
beau of Bavaria heard that chiikwced ,

was good for the skin' and had.'enormous City Directory., & e tOW1 PROPRIETOR.I
decoction brewed from it, in -,
which she bathed daily. Diana of WEST PALM BEACH. >
i i.I t Poitiers was another cleanly coQuette OFFICERS. Dealers in Dry Goods, Shoes, Ladles' and Gentlemen's A

tI I and plunged into a tub of rain water WILMON 'vHILLDINMayo Furnishings and Notions.
t every morning GEO.S.AD.VMS,Clerk,Assessor and Treasurer e e e e WHEN in Jacksonville be sure and visit <
The beauties likewise PALL C JO.NES__---.;_Marshal We buy for cash and for Old Friend I
eighteenth century sell cash, so give lower prices than stores who gift year who will.surprise
., r believed in bathing: but they put B0.1 XD OF ALDERMEN.GtO. credit. Our motto is, Quick sales and small profits and DO dis you with Bargain: s in
all sorts of- odd infusions into theater .W. POTTER __- --. President crimination, bat sell to all at same price all Dry Goods Clothing and' '
to improve the skin-such as the JOHN BEACH_._._ .._J.D MATHIS ll-10-tf are Gents
bullion plainly marked In figures. Famishing!* : .
in which tbe'n-ulIi'ad been boiled JA.STRAIYDERMAN..CEO.I,. BUANMNGCARL .,:" ""':

water'distilled from the honey extracted SCJl lUBSICK.: ... ..... B.M. POTTER SINGER, Managw, E. I
tc from roves, a preparation o:f C/ouncit: meeting on the 1st,and 3d Tuesday<< In I II l 1l'11-QS Bridge street New B4,. .
,. r'l almonds melon Juice the milky juicesof : each month at 7-30 p. m. Established 1875. IA'g50NTILLE.tnjp87y1.tIF ;
I ltl green barley, linked distilled] with ,
E Mexican balm dissolved by the yoke of -.. YOU
an e}!::. These remarkable'"decoctions A. Bours & Co.. _
fi were freely used ,by the ladies at the County Directory. W'* .
courts of Louis, IK fore the Revolution.( Go To-- "' .

Quern Marie Antoinette made liberal] Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers. D. DI. GE UIIIDEAU.'' .,

use of the bath putting into the ware: COUNTY OFFICERS.A. The 01 1 reliable
wild E.HElStR... ._._ County
tbymt'.laul'\'llt.uvcs. marjory, and ? ge Shop on CeBmorc place,I.d.efPat,Paba Beack.
i a little sea salt! .\.}. QUflUlY.... .. Cirenu Court Clert No. 6 EAST BAY STREET, -:- JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
i Marie Czetwertynoska, the Russian ROB,. R. TAILOR __.Prosecuting Attornrr a'
beauty who exercised so great an influence u.j. CllILt LgGWORTHSheri' s W. R. MITCHELL
i over Curl ..slUder:: I.. used. to U. E. GRCBtK ._Tar Aeaesaoi We handle.only the Best and most Reliably Seeite., A complete; Stock of :
bathe in Malaga wine -- H.J. ANTUOXY: ....:..... .T XCoUe ot :Shoe Repairing
AH Xeatlj Done
EVKxisa :
r ID4'Dt of Ernx'i'\"E the catln with a little PBKSS.: more I Tho MarecLal Dev ust. Princess Eck- E. II. IUMI<':K-._-:.-...Tre&l>unrWILL Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Sewed and Repaired. -
II. RUSSELL,supervisor of RegistrationrRANKLVN .
I fuhx1u4 Tb skirt U trimmed around{ muhl. was at elltbt3fhnnowned for SHEEN .. ......: ._ Surtey'urZ.T.MERIUTTsupt. Meal, Cotton Seed Meal l Both Out f-tO\\'ll
: the bottom with six row of black vi1Trt -i her queenly carriage superb eyes and .. Brig..>J; and Dark.AT _customers will receive
i, Xn. 3, running all around the skirt :| beautiful eolorher'kin being so whiteas Public Inttrnction promt attentf Shop on Glue Street,
and about their own width apart The to rival the now of her abundant COUNTY COllIN ISSJON ERS. WHOLESALED- nest door north of TROPICAL SUN iaildSiS; .

.4 L tow<*t row form an etlwdng. lock. She had ne\"eru:3edanythln. but N.W. I'lTTs,tliairmaD.___ Lake Vt crt!. State Agents for bugs ._ ...
TW eoTMge U flf the name material ,pure water.!''on her face, and always .;.w. LAI IIACT,_. >_ .. .Palm Beset 1 Tygert-flllcn ,Fertilizer Co. .. .. '
M the vklrL It I* cut my low and kept to a very simple diet even when w. J. StUiSE. .. .. _._.Cocoanut Gru"-i Star groundBoueNitrate Brand Fertilizers! -Guaranteed .An+lys tl. Orange tre and Vegetable FprWzpr.! Pun Y9uBulcFEm"-") Serve'Em!

' IIIUI'aU around It U gathered at her table was loaded with good cheer E. 1..WHITE.. .._> ...... ....Buena VistaW. tilizer have no hupetior SetaMuriateofPN&pzlateJ'otas.limitetc.in the Market And .These Fer OYSTERS
a trial vlll
f= the valut and written "..n corbellle" In for her guests? .V.upstTivr-........HeptaneCoaiiiiU8iuners Send for Catalogne..Fn ;. .', convince.. ; you Wait. 8cnedlu11 Cooked if btylea you like and.then at aB hours*tne,
the rpprr part The edge Is ornamented She remained equally, attractive to meet m regular.session on 102898'o.. between 6 a. m.and 11 y m. ,.*
lib a braid of blue and white ahot. her'hist hour although in, her 'youth the first Monday in each month. R< re.tmenw. ( old UnnLs and Cigar.

eialtfoUrrfd with a pompadour gar. she had been one of the prettiest women FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. P- -4 ." .' I VOL HELTON'S XESTAUSANT,
had of small reset ant foliage! In of her time. Her daughter, Mme. rr-NAf.CISSIS STREET. OUre. 'Street.t. West Palm Jteach:
tUeir natural color The waistband de Bloequevlleiiced( : to be just such MEIERS FKOU DADS COCNTT. .
U made of three rows of black velvet, another white-haired beauty and wasnott.'ll E S. PIM1CK.Palm Beach__._Senator SPECIALTIES
bowine the material of the voraagv in her old age for dressing with. F.S. MORSE, Miami- .Representative J THE :
bete f't1I theca. It i- wider at the aides consummate taste and elegance. CO LN7Y SCHOOL BOARD. Geo. Hacker: & Son

than In front or behind and fastens in SUPEXINTESDEXT< OP PUBLIC USTKCCTIOH.

the centre in front with a long rocaille Idea in I-..lle..Neckwear. : lor.tU. frpriag.Vher Z.T. M tRMTT_.__.,.__.__Lemon CilyXEXEIU F CORNER FANCY FAMILY.GROCERIES.
buckle In gold in two 'tone The OF SCHOOL BOiED.I '" CALIFORNIA DRIED .
sleeves are long with nothing) between W J \fK.ON,' liairman.Coooannt firovi z > 1f
them and the: arm. The material t U u E. B.KISG...._ .____'_.-_.. lupiter FANCY TEAS AND COFFEES. r
U ulltfhtljr gaUu-riil In the upper t f \. \V.GARNETT.-.Hypolmo GROCERY FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES -
part aloujr the Inner waio. no all to ...
form a slight drapery. The lower part p IN SEASON. '
la ornamented with hands of black i 1
: velvet running around in the style of Directory.
the skirt. The cuffs are frilled and GOODS COURTEOUS TREATMENT.
I gathered and fall over the hand.
I l The head,lreu Is composed of a tuft EXECUTIVE DElARTMEbT. ,
of pale blue feathers and a blackIzrvtte W. O.BLOXUAM................ ....GovenorJSO. Prompt Free Delivery on Both Sides of the Lake. %+iewssa.
t' plannl In the centre of the L. UAWFOKD_Secretary of StateWir.
hair rather tar back. U. UEY.OLI'Comptrollei

I Itr..hiat Hair ltackw..rd. Wd.U.IAMAR_...... .....Attorney General ,
;i !(avi> yon tried brushing Jour hair! \\'. X.SUK.VTS ..- MSupt- Public Instruction Doors, Sash,
the wrong way? I know a little! woman L. ISVOMKWt.LL.Com.: .Agriculture r
whose hair had Ions been thin PATRICK HOUsTUX_ Ailjutaat General Blinds, MouldingsAND
l .DIIIt...."'. She was In despair, havIng \\' H.MILTON JR_,.... Surveyor-general & McLAURIN .JACKSONt tfsALLORIDA, ,
i used a bout of different tonics OULets at Tallahaieee, Florida. I --

wtbout 11I'Dt'1It.1k" a French maid n. ,c. cckr4TnDc,.. .. Building Material
r -- -
j suggested branding the hair the wrong \ \(ears J. ]{'.qntrrd.. S. PAS ). .... ... .... .... MonticelloS. I Fruits f
way a uritu; her mistress that in and Produce
"** Fart thb was a favorite way of A woman who wished to.have an old .4.R.''MAILORV.M' .?_._ _.pen aeola : CHARLESTON, S, C. '
,grooming the hair. gown stiffened with hair cloth engaged U.: S. CONGRESSMEN.KOBT rs- Largest Factory South.

'Thowrl..n woman decided to try to.do the work a general utility .W.DAVIS? .......... .___ .. PalaUas. Commission Merchants. Send for Prices. '
the riperlntent Her maid carefully woman who could do anything in the M. SPAUKMAN._...,.. ........ TampaSUPREME
divided the hair into way of 8ewln;. There was nothingshe r
and with many small parts: ", could not do, aud do very' well. She COURT I>CES. Fancy Grades of BUTTER AND OHEESE. .
began her a huge and very stiltbrush put"in the haircloth put fresh. velveteen 3(. II. ABItY................... Chief Justice THE BALIIOBE TAILORS.
end of work.the Holding theeltrenut on the gown, and the owner thereof F. B.CARTER ........ Associate JUSUCf We Solicit Your Business.We .
strand to be ._....... .. "
congratulated herself that { FTA\L01
brushed In her left hand, she startedat ; it was so onl'lOlIcit the business of Merchant and Will Not fill orders from Containers-the ABE SAFRANEK & SON,
the bottom of It and brushed apeward well done.. The haircloth was put"in R. R. COMMISSIONERS. should buy from their home dealers
toward the! "ad. After each smoothly, the bottom of the skirt was II. E.DAY, Chairman ..__...._.._Gainesville MANAGERS. OP
strand bad guo" through this process not pulled out of.shag,.and-tt&velveteen I. L MORGAN.._ ___._.__._...JaipeiJ
the maid smoothed each hair tack into was not drawn in a way to. make' M. BRYAX"..... ._..__._KUsimm. :111111111////111/00..101//00..00.00/./0///0.///0/0.. The. Three Friends .
Its original po ltii>iu the skirt gather, faults that.!incompetent JOHN L. SEt:1.E\: Ja.Ucrk.-. _...Arcadia .
Now the woman brashes her hair In individuals frequentlycommit Headquarter and offices of the Board at Tal j: GRAIN HftY Tailoring Company.
nut the attll'l'tiults i
not '
this manner each night and morning.' were so good. lahassee. ,
She oWUrr* It,baa proved bent Before loug the'skirt 'began to show '.
uiore. '
dial than an 'll'ualve tonic. here and there WAck hair on the outside -.4. FLOUR, GRITS, MEAL COTTON SEED MEAL AND SUITS AND PANTS MADE TOi 050ER
- sometimes a long outs sometimes i POULTY SUPPLIES. ALSO NEW.... :
U: .,..t TIMHH U fcfclrU. a. short one. :It was-inRdy..'and they General Directory. .
That Is what this skirt shows. A were pulled out.' Then" there 'were
Cleaning and
: Preeeing
dress will outU Its linings many more apdauorc which! were !aKojjulledout GARDEN SEED .RepairingA
... time uu'r iHtlalljr that part of until a good part of the'haircloth COURT CALENDAR. Specialty.FIT .

the lining which swings! against the was gone and at last-m: fisttof that (Seventh Circuit.. : ABRlVTVtt FRPKHIT. ALL n__ crux__ TIMP____.. .

remaining had curled over aud.lay in 1 ."(.S. JONES ....... -Cucuit Jnntr : LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH. WRITE for QUOTATIONS. AND WORKMANSHIP 6aAR.J TEED.
a wrinkled bunch between'the lining 1. D.DEltl $ ..,- State's Attorut- I :
and the bkirt Haircloth should be SPit IN" TERM WEST, PALM BEACH :FU..

put iu most or bound carefully aAl andery thewhole firm-edgestitched -.")nwrta range County.' .1st il MoudayInMarch..* I i JAMES B. BOURS, Jmswt c >i Flof ja. i --- -

ly fastened Into plate, or there is shire ate 4th" 0009000 t 109000000>1 3 ".S.el..ot61..OO.O 0
to l>e trouble in the end, and more '"Iudia .. itl II A"rll. ,
than double the wor that ,.., .
might.have tara ith" --- -- -- -- -- ---- ----- -
it been put in In the first place. Oa.lc let; Monday afbr 4lb Mon. \\Vhidden's Market
day in April. I'lareiire U Miller! Miller ongbothain

Two Krljhi (.!' ..rD'" (;Irll"! FALL TERM. .

California lw two shepherdesses 't'et'l4lunty lat i Monday in.. Octobt>r. S. B. MILLER & CO. Is Prepared to ,Supply
not of the Dresden Orange "SI "
china variety but EMablishrtl 1841 "
clad In overalls. boots and jumpers, 'ate 4th ". .. ". : you with--- *...- .

with guns instead of crooks. 'The two Voluxia 2.1 Nov. --WHOLESALECommission L
are '(!us
Cam,. eUhteeu!; and nineteen. They 1st !don.lay afierthe itb Monday Fish Dealers.
have always IIn'lIn, Meudocino In November.GOPTSIGXAL Pork
now IT is resf' County. Their father "took! up"'10.000 SERVICE DEl i ,

feet In walking.! Cut the lining off altar acres of land there anfl-Mar.ted'' a l sheep I. W.I RuNE ... ..... ... _. uWmrOkjervatory 7 Fulton Fish Market NEW YORK. Beef, .
up as It U worn, with a pointed ranch He tauilu; his daughters to at:Jupiter Inlet.
etlcv. Tlwu sew a baud of fancy silk. ride, h'M't. 1tud sheep and perform GO PT LIGHT HOUSE'SERVICE. SPANISH MACKEREL SHEEPS-HEfiD, BLUE FISH Poultry

different from the rest of the skirt other ardurm iioneer r duties. On his! POMPANO RED SNAPPER GREEN I'5.I' .
Lirht Huu.vf TURTLE ETC. .
) at Jupiter Inlet.
all around the bottom M fetl rti' girl teamed sole .
lining of the; charge of .
iA'IESA.ARMOUR.: .... i ..
skirt Joining, the pointed the great'fchet-p ranch now valued:-at _?_KPt'I"1 Stencils Promptly Funilvtied. j
upper Mgt ll-iotf
-I.WtLLS.......i.: .. I! Native
to the old lining with a row of braid yvdlt1OPespitetl 'ir.roughIi, e al\l1 Ii a specialty.
\\ELLS. :
!hours BENJ : 2d Awi9tamU. .
Ing. Hind the skirt with one of tho- many a spent in the Vaddleengaged -- -- .
famous landings warranted to tear up ; in man** work: the, girls are A. LAND OFFICE. YourP'atronageS o1ic td l

paving atones before wearing out. and gentle! and' thoroughly feminine inmanner I. Y.ItUtCO..__....Reguter< '
the skirt will tit u fresh and prettier and are held In the highest rebpect N.D.WAINWUIUUT...._._Bwe>TeOflii6 > SUBSCRIBE FOB THE SUKsS MarkPt on Ifanjjui Street, .

tiua era. ." throughout the whole county. at UainesviUe.I'brida.ThM 11-12 WEST::; PALM BEACH. _0 I'

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-: 'rtoaeerfsptroi' Dadf Coiaty.PEBLBHWG.F1Dn4a. _-.-, .a' to death because be did not die at IN...

the PARS.We. .
"' O'a., S.D. Paine at the West Side Cua.iT.gLI0D$1
an COMPACT. Church March SGtb love. to, read of William _Tell CROCKERY andS
t .I. ,".' and George Washington.. We love
*" "$"" IYUY '
AT win THUMOAV. The Reverend gentleman took for the of Howard FURNITURE.All
.' AIM atACM.001 COUNTY, f LORI PA. story and Florence

__IVBSCIIPttOIC PRIC!. IZ.OO A YEAR. : his text: "And ::1, if I be lifted np, Nightingale. We think of our brave

'J.: ".,'"< Jthtered at th< tatoffiee .T Went Fata Beach will draw all men unto me. This He ,I.soldiers mffrring and dying for,the All Kinds of Boat Goods.SUves. .

i',; ". : *s second ctaM, matter. said signifying what death He should I flag. We don't love profession .Tiowire DOOM Sub sad Blinds
4 I
:;L {:' .THURSDAY, MARCH 80, 1899. die." John loth.. 32-33. of the soldier but ,we love"the de- All Kinds of Fishing Tackle and Sporting Good

; -:--- There is nothing in the whole life of meat of self sacrifice. The si>lf SAC- Gasoline Stove Blue Flame Kerosene Oil Store

L :1-; TUB MEDITEKUAXEAN RIVIERA is Jesus Christ,that so forcibly attracts ritipe of Christ. 'He was rich, but GUwwire,Limp and lantern Harrison Bros." Ready Mixed raid
f ,.Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention ll-i-ff
! ', ; not in it a little bit with thH East our attention as.the extraordinary for our Bakes He became poor,!' The .rl ,

f ; Coast of Florida and never will be .claims He puts forth in 'regard to story of the cross interests mc.re

,-:., .:,,, ftp)in-La Riviera est rnnrt-viva Himself. Born in a remote part of people today than ever before. LEGAL NOTICES.

> la Riviera.WRILE .. a remote province of the great Roman The commander of the British

;;: .":, ...1 Empire; doing nothing worthy army in Canada;tiring of intellectual NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED-

i: TRIM SECTION hits been thp of historic mention forf30 years s.ive essays in the pulpit that had but _

i aTorrd one this season it wishes o.. once, when a boy of twelve He disputed little of Christ in them, wrote the First-Class -.
: Notk-e In bereb; given that an persons having -
tftf) nook in this muny-nooked I with Jewish theologians in the beautiful hymn, "Tell Me the Old, any demand against the Estate of Jsmes .

_p ," Btateaa; much or even greater prosp temple; His ministry confined to 3 Old Story." C. Klcsley. deceased are hereby notified tpl'ellt'Dt .
tbe mto nndenucned.duly aatbentlcBted.
short years; put to death as a criminal Let fight in of thereat
: -ritj. We shed all oar selfish un some corps within the time prewrlbed b1l&w.or
plaflBee lonp ago. by His own countrymen; so poor army of Christ. We don't this notice will be pleaded In bar of recovery

. that He never owned a home nor a want tc destroy denominational! And all persons owing ald estate are required JOB WORK '

4 boat, nor a sepulchre but, indebted We have Artillery, Infantry. Cavalry to make 3EOROE I Isiim.dlatepayment W. LAINBART to me. -, .
DADE CoUNTY is THE SAFEST place of Arimathea for a burial
in the branch
army-some prefer one Executor of the FAtale
t in which to raise ritruM fruits as the place; yet Christ put forth claims Home another. Let us fight wherewe of Jewel C. Kinsley.

growers of the same are nil now willing been considered the
that would have can render the most efficient ser Went Palm Beach Fla. .

: to ailmit.nnd this fact we simply greatest arrogance the worst kind vice. Let us enlist under the flag; Tide twenty-ulxtb day of Jannary.A.D. AtTHE.SUNOffice.'I

state as a'word to the wise, knowing of egotism and the rankest blaspheme let us be found somewhere in the U99. i.1q

I It. will be sufficient. from any other person. great army Christ. We have sunga OT10E.fa .

I .- ..e.RX.SECIlETARY Listen to some of His claims: "I hymn in this church written by v _

am the light of the world," the moral Filter, a Rom n Catholic; a hymn the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial -
,.- OF STATE. ","Y. R. luminary of the universe"Comeunto
Charles We81fyR'th
DAY Mt last week on his homeward me all ye that are weary and odist: a hymn, "Nearer, My (God, to In Chancery.MSB. .

bound trip after a most proiitable heavy laden and I will giveyourest" I Thee," written by a Unitarian; a LOUISA A. KRCSCBIvs.

c slay of Home weeks on Lake \\ orth -"I am the dooi"-"I am the good hymn by an Episcopal BI hop. We / Bill to reform : w.1- METCALF.ATTORNEY. NOTICE TO NON-RE_ J1JENTS.
Sonic A. SHELL and Ia( Demi. .
;_ whew ho has recuperated his health Shepa "-"I am the way and the King each other's hymns-,letna love VINO B. SNELL. ) AT. LAW.HOTAKt .

4 toaoiUsfnctary degree. Judge Day truth and the life"-"He that bath each other, and stand shoulder to To Susie A. Such and Irving; B. Sneil- PUBLIC. In Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Cir

; will soon take,his place on the bench seen me bath seen the Father"-"I shoulder and touch ,elbows' in the Greeting:: It appearing:from the affidavit of Courts.Will prattle U County SUM and Federal nil of Florida,and for Dade County.In .

*s Circuit Judge of the Path Judicial am the resurrection and the life." grand fight at ,this, the close of the W. I. lletcalf. attorney for said complainant LAND CASES A SPECIALTY. Chancery.ECGENE .
filed lu tbe above entitled cause that yon are Ufficeis TKOPKAL SUN Block,
Circuit of the United States.' H. DUUCK
In the textlisten what he says"and Nineteenth Century, against all sin. aon-renldenU of the State Florida, and that West Palm Beach Dade County Blortda.T7BANK vs.

:. 4.4 I, if I be lifted up, will draw all men In bin belief yon are residents of 80 South 7th. WILLIAM 8. LIKTOSLINTOK ,IDA It. 1 '
Street Minneapolis State of Minnesota andIBM F eC''"nr'
,,""- nntn___ _ml! That means if He be .out u_ ___ __ ___ u_ __ _. _: W. POPE WAUIK \\'. _.,!,. __
PINEAPPLE is called n of Florida 700 are over me age 01 twentyoneyean JJ BI4C1tIlIIl., NELLIE C. I YIUEIA5V.
: to the cruel and ignominious deathof and that there Is no one In this State I BLACXMEE I .'
: textile material in England, i is valued the cross.-a death never inflicted Le iatre'tbere) have been deeded upon whom legal service can be made la your TTORNEr AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. HAVDES.andCaaRLg. J

at from $80 to $125 a ton, aDdIs citizen. but by the State to the Florida Coast I behalf. Is therefore ordered that you do appear Ill East'Bay Stfeet.
upon a Roman upon to the bill of filed In said It
complaint I :a. -98 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA appearing:from the affidavit of Eobt B.
being shipped there from Assam. Line Canal Transportation Company '
: traitors. rebels and the worst kind of cause on or before the Taylor solicitor for complainant la the
This country 1 is nearer England than criminals strange remark to make 104,091.96 acres of land. The FIRST:DAY OF MAY A. D. 1899 above-entitled cause,that William S. UnIon

; ,w Assam is and there is plenty of pine almost in the condition imposed by the last Legislature the same being legal roles day.It ALEX St. CLAIR-ABBAMS, end Ida U.Un ton are over the age of twenty-
by a man grave. one (21) yean that they non-residents
and Is farther ordered that this order bepnbllahed ; are
; apple fibre here more can easily in consideration of the'exten-
ATTOftKEY.AT-LAW, the State of Florida and are lOW residents of
Let: us study briefly these words once a week far four consecutive weeks
h- be grown, but, possibly, $100, more sion of charter granted at that time prior to said tat day of May of A. D. 189! JACKSONVILLE, FLA. the city of Saginaw,State of Michigan; thatCharU
and ascertaii if prediction
: Iras is with. It is In TBE:TROPICAL Sex. a newspaperpublUhed H. Hayden Is over the age Of twenty- j
or a ton not money enough have not. ken compUed Practice U all the Circuit Courts, State and :<
Christ was true, or if it was a mere In Dade County and State of Florida. Order Federal. one (21)years a non-resident! of the State of ?
to induce our growers to bale it up probable that another extension wiil FIori residence is unknown to
this llth March & R9t. 1I.1Ilt-1i8.
boast? when He said these word. pd day of 4.
and hip it to our kinfolks over at be asked for at the hands of the Leg. 4. :V. QC1MBY. affiant: and that there Is no person In the :
': the other end of a week's trip across He bad 12 disciples that met in the (Mature! of 1899. Clerk\ of the Circuit Court of Dada County I State of Florida the service of subpana upon
the upper room; One denied Him, the Florida. IT whom would' bind such defendants, or either
pond. 1a, of them.
him for 30 of silver :. W. I. UtTCALr Sol'r lor Compl't tIt .
other pieces
_ PHY8ICIAH AND SURGtON. to therefore ordered that the saU defend
all deeMed Him at death His ants do to the bill of
They ; ANDNOWTUESTATEOF DADE lain OOee, and Residence Dear Royal Polndans appear answer complaint
CROP STATISTICS. would have be- cast into the V01ICK TO NON.RESIDENTS. In the above-entitled cause upon the
; body n Hotel, PALM BEACH. 1198D
It for another fortune-making
crop. ... .Ii'JRQ'I'.. icn.zn&v. .. YV.. ABDTT.. _A. Tl .0......
--- -'' 'a S & a. w M. 1OO. '
f{ : According: ,to th* latest field crop common ditch had it not been for Joseph Jefferson has tasted and publicly the same being the third day of said month. r
In Circuit Court Seventh Cir.
l statistic that Commissioner Womb- NicodwnuB and Joseph of Arimathea, declared the merits of. the paw- B.PO1'1EItM.D., at the office of the clerk of Mid court,la J nno, "
) who at the last moment and cuti of Florida in and for Dade County in. Dade County, Florida.
came chronic:
f well has furnished to the Dade paw fruit as a sure cure for
: press 8-25-98 PALM BEACH. FLA
In Chancery. It to further ordered that this '
order of publication
the body of the dead Christ: -( ,
r ::2 County bead! the list both as 'to begged dyspepsia. The venerable Rip Van be published In THE TROPICAL SUB. a I.-
; quantity and value of .tba, tomatocrop and gave it respectable burial. Winkle is loud in his praise of this FBAHKLIH vs. SHIES 1 D. A. THOMA80N, D. D. 8. newpaper published West Palm Beach ( \,
Dade County,Florida,once a week for four
and comes.second In' quantity After the fact became known that fruit so easily grown in this region, WILLIAM S. LMTOW. IDA )I.I consecutive v.eeka.

but first in value: of the ;'eggplantcrop Christ bad risen from the tomb, the and if an analysis will reveal the essential I UNTO \\nnx W. ] of Foreclosure Mortgage Office; Comer: Clematis Ave. and Olive St., Done and ordered at June Dade County

as compared with the other disciples rallied,.120. met in Jerusalem properties of a dyspepsia spe BLACKMEB BLAMMKB ana NELUB CHARLES a All kind WEST of: modern PALM dentistry BHA.CH: ,known FLA. to the I Florida,thIs February 20th,1899.A.F.QUtMUT..

: : Connti s in the State. 3000 were converted on the day cifie, then indeed! bave we a money H, HATDES. specialty.profession.Teeth Gold extracted crown and without bridgework pain. a Clerk Circuit Court.

: The exact figures, as given 'in the ofPentecobl, the number increased crop in sight, t It appearing from the affidavit of Robt.B. Office Bonn: uIous.m.s.ndxto4p.m.,

r? report of the"tomato, crop show for to 5000, then many of the Jewish t arlOF, solicitor for complainant in the 1 -21.g8

? :i',,' :' the twenty-two counties that are included priests embraced the new faith; at THE TOURIST TIPE is on the turn above-eqtited| cause that William S. Linton NOTiCE NON-EESlDENlS.
and Ida tl. Linton are over the age of twen-
t/' in the report, 6.201acre8 and the end of the century 500.000 bad and before many weeks the places t>ODe ((31)) yean; that ttey! 'are nonresidents r DANIEL,

total production of 540,630 crates embraced the faith. Then all were that know them now will pot know of the state of Florida and are now residentsof Li. In Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Cir.
1'a the of Chri t-all but then the city of Saginaw State of Michigan; DENTIST, cuit of Florida, in andforDadeCounty.In :
,t. valued at $650,894. Of this amount against religion them again till) next tlPason, that Charles H, Ilayden. aver the age of

i. Dade County produced 2O1495S Government, all armies, all navies, they will be here in still greater nnm- hnutlotll (21) yean, a non-resident of the COCOA, INDIAN RIVER, FLO&IUA.1-25.55 Chancery. I

t" crates valued at $273.975 while the all wealth, all culture, all arts, all tiers than ever. State of Florida and that hi"residence 1s no- STEPHEN A. Bu vo. J. F. 1 !
known to affiant that there Is no person.In R. MOSES, LAMOND and PETER
science. To day there are nearly 500 U.. WALLACE
p-: next best was Marion County with the State of Florida the service of subpoena ROLL.

T 72.075 crates valued at $52,526, millions of the bent people of the THEY SAY- upon whom would bind such defendants,or Successor to A. W. Robert, vs. GAII'I''

allowing not only a much greater earth in favor of the faith once delivered either of them.It REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, WILLIAM S. LINTUK. ForeclomireLLVTOS.
production is therefore ordered that the said defendants WAHBE: W. of Mortgage.
Saints. Government That the doesn't want Agent for West Palm Beach Town Lois, also
to the average woman
: but also a, considerably do appear to answer the bill of complaint West Palm Beach Wnta-Works. BLACKMEB, NELLIE C,
higher price per crate. all armies, all navies all wealth, all her husband to be Just; what she want. in the above-entitled cause upon the SOTARY PUBLIC. BLACSMER and CHARLES J
Clematis Avenue,near Olive Street
In regard to the egg-plant crop, arts, all science, all the forces and is for her busbvuj to love her. FIRST MONDAY IX APRIL A.D. 1899. &>>1-91 West Palm Bench Florida. H. HASDEN.

the much greater proportionate factors that go to make up National That van without any religion tall the same being the third day of said month It appearing from the affidavit of Robt. B. .
I at the office ol the clerk of said court.In ,
and National may not be manly but a woman with Juno L METCALF: Taylor. solicitor lor tbe complainant In the
value of Dade County's ClOp is greatness power-are on Dade County,Florida. GUY ,
cause that William 8. Linton r
out religion at all isn't femi-
the side of the despised and crucified! any It hi further ordered that this order of publication -
still more marked, for out of fifteen NOTARY PUBLIC and Ida U. Linton are over the age of twentyone i
Nazarine There is not to-day for- nine. be published In THI THOPICAL SUN anewpaper (21, that nonresidentsof
counties reporting 24,530 bar years: they are
:: published at West Palm Beach, for the State of Florida at Large.
,That if there are women who can makea tbe State of Florida and are now residents
roU" of eggplant front 584 acres I midable non-Christian power on the fuol of every man, there are other bade County Florida,once a week\ tot four Deeds Mortgages.Drafted Leases and Contracts of tbe city of Saginaw.State of Michigan;

: of plants, th? total value of face of the earth. Turkey is the consecutive\ weeks. Conveyancing a Specialty. that Charles H. Hayden In over the age of
who make of
women can a man
strongest and she could not exist sea every Done and ordined at Jnno Dade County All Work Guaranteed Legally Cnrrect. twenty-one (21)) years, a non-resident of tbe
the crop being ,$09,532. I'asco fool. Florida this February 20th. 1800.\ Office In TROPICAL Sen Block. State of Florida and that his radd! nee to an-
first with barrels Mohammedan power were it not A. F. .1UIMUY. West Palm Beach Dade County. Florida.
County comes 6,620 known to affiant and that there no person ,
valued at only $10,065, while for the jealousy of some of the great That at the age of 25 a man must CKfk Circuit Court In theSCateof Florida.tbe erYleeofl1lbpoeea

Dade County conies second in nations of Europe who are vaiting be either engaged or married, or else the T. D. BROWN, upon whom would bind such defendants, or
quan- women begin to wonder why he doesn'tbebave either of them.
: tity produced which is given aa ?,- for a division of the Sick Man's effect, himself.. GOING TO MIAMI P ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. It is therefore ordered that the said defendant -

L 439 barrels but first in value for The utterance of Christ is coming do appear to answer the bill of complaintIn '
That ideas are catching but some If you are, don'tbuy transfer Plans and specifications prepared. tbe above-entitled cause tbe
that is put down ft $23.708. true; He drawing all men unto editor are immnneg. tickets on the train. Patronise Jobbing work given prompt attention at upon
Datura Street.voativttueuvu
:{ The above official figures make a Him. The hearts, the affections of ,That the best place to practice'Christ. tbe "Outftide Hackmen" ir carriages Shop on the same being: the tblrd day of said month

'; bowing that Dade County can well the race are .drawn to Christ. We ianity is in your home. .' are on the right hand ag you : ...........-.. ......... fvn....... .n.. .".."MO.._- at the office of the clerk of said court.In Juau. J i
be proud of and while it is hard to want Christ to-day not the opinion* That in the matter of drink some men go out the gate. They drive borne QREEN&IJIJTLEU.; Dade County Florida.Itisfurtheeorderedtbat. \ !

tril "hat the returns for this year of men. We want the !teachings of are camels. teams and are not in tbe transfer i; Ucatloa be Ibis order of pub. ,
i combine. All the outside carriage SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS. 8c a inewspaper
': will be on account of the freeze: the the Christ. We want the love; the That Christian homes are the only pub belied at West Palm Beach
all Offlee at West fnlm Beach
of the Christ that. went drivers are familiar with places Dade County. Pbs" once a week for four
that it will sympathy
: probabilities are fall but homes for a republic. ct interest in the town and surrounding Lands legally inb-dlvlded and maps fur consecutive weeks. \
about good. Christ'nevpr nished. Selecting and grading lands locating
: little if any, short and may even be doing /; That man is the only animal that cooks country. They are coo1- and estimating timber a specialty. Care. Done and ordered at Juno,Dade County, ,

more than the above figures in both wrote a book-He wrote only once, by recipe or hires a doctor. teous and polite and will treat you tut and correct by work mall receive guaranteed.prompt All atten com.mnnlcatloas Florida this February iOth, 1809.

the quantity produced and the value when a band of cold,sanctimonious tion. Mai and lime Prints at Lowest frt.ees. A. r.genlBY.
That beauty is often.
only paint deep. right --WE8TPALM BEACH FLA. 11-7-93 Clerk Circuit Court 4
of It. Pharisees hurried 8 fallen woman in- .
_=__ ==___ That prohibition'uts don't seem to Inquire for B. J. MATURES ..
to His presence and demanded her B. S. IRONS
know that water is always in the soup. OEM1NOLE BARBER SHOP.
"TRADE AND COMMERCE. death. He stooped and wrote in1 the SAX'!, ROUHBTREI,
That the most a man enjoys about
sand. "Let him that is without sin ChARLES GOSSUAN Wm. Scliandt
i Proprietor.
Notice to the
: Volume 1 No. 1 is at hand. This social is the getting home from it. .
Formerly Hotel Foindana. .
east the first atone. L. K. JEFFRIES. ( Royal II
jtwt started in Jacksonville That. to woo a woman properly. man of the
U new -
a paper
The trend of thought to-day is not I Only White Barber in the Town. I IWe &1
must first love her.
of wnirh White & Striek- '
his character turned side Florida East Coast
from Christ, but from a misrepresentation public wrong Film Reach. Florida Telephone Co.
land are proprietors the former That love is like a butterfly was I' .
of Christ.
Manager and the probably a lot more comfortable when it out.That
acting as Bnsinens The next thought; is tbe pow r of was a worm. bad cooking H the grounds for N S. BURMIAM, M. D. Under the laws of Florida, before the
: latter as Editor. It"Is to be a business Christ.In divorce-with{ the Arabs. organization can be completed, there i

paper for the business men, not That there are more self-made fools That a minister's reputatation dependsmore SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN, must be ten per cent of the capital stock i

-. only of Jacksonville, but all over the what does it consist ?-Aot in than self-made men. on the length of, than what he Alto a Specialist in Gynecology.office paid in. As our publication of notice to 1

State and, as the gentlemen who the fact that He was a worker of That to be fascinating to a young man, says in,his sermon. and residence at the Seminole Hotel apply for charter has been a sufficient
miracles but in Hi8 and work. a woman must never admit that she is of
J have launched this venture on an person Room 3. S-9-09 length time in the newspaper we are

innocent and unsuspecting publicare I He was a roan, but more than a nut in love "Do you love eiatet?" asked the now ready to organize. J

practical men in their lines and i man; He was more than an angel That to be fascinating to an old man terriule boy of Pitcher street who was You are therefore requested to remit '

mean business we see no reason why : more than the greatest teacher or she mast never admit that she is. temporarily} entertaining a regular twenty-five per cent of your subscriptionon

they nhonld not reap a rich reward philanthn pist-He van the manifestation That some people's features this caller."That's. First-Glass this the first call of stock to the Treasurer -
town would be M. B. Lyman, Esq., at Lantana
illustrated of God. All improved by scouring.
for their dollal'--year, wecanconipre- a leading question, young Fla. '1
into the bend of God we see in Christ. We That the worthless :
weekly' venture newspaper more a man, the man.
Please be
..4 circles of the metropolis and the' are all won by the story of self sacrifice better his health. "She said last night; she'd give $10to Job Printing Yours very governed truly, by the foregoing.

L: State at large. They have our best' for the good of others. We are That it is only a step from the sublimeto know, and I need it. Say, own up, THB F. E. C. TBISFHON Co.

f wWw. for their Jmroedtate. utter thrilled by tbe story of the 800, or the ridiculous. and I'll give you balf.-Detroit. At the Sun Olfice. P. H. LOUD, JR., Secretary.

JGQeH.: tbe .299 that died at the Pan ofThermopylae That aman'i private character U often ree Prw. );Miami Fla., February 27,1899.'Y .

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HAS )IANY ] ULI 3. FLOWERS EASTER gray ana tae wnite. -me great purple u EGG DECORATING : ORIGIN OF EASTER UUCS '
I not Indigenous. It came originally from I "J
Corsica and is the flower of the Bona-
of dim old '
REAL SIGNIFICANCE OF lilies bloom: .HOW. THEY ARE GROWN AND USED partea. It brought to the head of that Along the'hflls of Palestine ,

IS BROUGH HOME TO in still cool air, FOR DECORATING. family the first news of his coming !I ARTISTIC. The setting sunbeams lie. .1

-c silver 'salver- there. greatness. From that time forth it was I Spilled like a goblet of red wise j
the flower he loved best and it tern Which AM EMlly Carried *
4 was Quaint lOss From that low, burning sky. .
IluJI.e..uac HUrto .. IJ6rmad. Ulln Flr.t Among the BloomWith -,
.' radiance bright- adopted by the Bonaparte family and InU eClDU.a-U.w Gd TM!. Deep In the vale of Bethlehem. !
eCap" I". pay-K.r.t..f Gcnc.1 and Calla... other Fa..r- .
fealtyh..dUp.thlb.Ub.rr .. starry light; it..G! TIt. Popular Violet Which All BBmjUty Md Hmmor May B* Im xp.m". lj Dto. The shepherds' flocks are stilled 'p

in heart of gold, played By bkimul Haadi. And all the sentient Holy Land
.f AU r.*tiUi.b ;i manifold. : Le..... \ y
glories shell work becomepopus.r With waiting transport thrilled. 4'
The churchgoer knows the Easter time is the flower growers'harvest Should egg ever
c it must be Introduced at this Tis Easter eve; to-morrow's sun
of Easter In a way because art-from stamen- ,The work of a whole year in
i season when eggs are so cheap that it Will light the "rising day. '
land where the Christian faith some instances is directed toward prosduring f
the singers carol "Christ is pearl-tipped dart; a large number of flowers l costs but little to experiment with
Technically it means the which will be specially in demand at ,, them. A foreign paper declares that When lo! along the rocky road

couimeuiurative of the Majesty. .' this 'season. So universal has the use Ri this form of fancy work is becoming Where weeds! and thistles grow.

Really, It lean annual of flowers become at this great religious i/ti fashionable and that it lends itself to I There weaves a living fragrant line.

mankind of all the term festival and during the days which :artistic designs, which at first might Like curves of drifting snow. s,
pllea and of the duties that EASTER EGGS._ follow that fabulous seem incredible.
Immediately schoolmaster Tis lilies! lilies! rich and rare ,
solve upon every person.The prices are paid and In some Instancesit Tae materials for making a Sprung up by magic growth
resurrection U the to the demandin consist of an empty; egg shell
PORTER. is impossible supply
pie of the majority of sermons some of the large cities A great: t a frill of white tissue paper, a little As though sweet nature to await .

ed on Easter Sunday, but it is talked we sat down I number of plants and flowers are ttaed cardboard and enough black silk to God's given time were loath.

that which U meant The deep ; the ground all i. In decorating the churches, many' are cover the cap. These with some very Along the road they curve and smile,
; ons significance of the occasion with spring sent as presents to friends while the strong, clear gum or glue are the stock Marking the very way

trated In the most white violets Solo- number of flowering plants which are In trade with a little black paper to The blessed Saviour's feet had trod.

beautiful form in the yellow sorrel, baby employed in home decorations is something cover the white cardboard of the tiny From Court to

t lesson to the eye and through coral-like drops of beyond computation. The use of stand. This latter is made from a Calvary.Belle hunt

the heart Greatest of all, all were in profu lowers in the observance of Easter small square of cardboard one Inch anda

I are the joyful features of there never was las been Increasing rapidly during half square and on it is glued a roundof

t. npsprlnging of hope and the and so lovely a recent years. It Is not very long ago cardboard one inch high and two CHIMES OF GRACE CHURCH
returning life. All these inspire talk of Easter and that florists noticed no great differnee. inches and a half In length before It Is -
t. lion of Joy and happlnea in joined together for a collar. The frill of
I in their sales during the season, Tkas CM
of young and old and the most there, with nature's >ut. now they prepare for It many white tissue paper is three quarters of Pretty riBfer
to remember the- VIOLETS inch and the size of the Then t. Ring 0...
tile wjt>et become a part of !, veeks.ln advance. an high
f val of Joy. In a word Easter is and the rock-' In any enumeration of flowers whichare Incorporated into their coat bf arms. trencher board across Is two inches Just a narrow little instrument look-

tinual pledge to mankind that with' reverent care most sought after at Easter perhaps The hydrangea also makes a fine and a half. There is a tassel, of course, Ing for all the world like the half of an

1 eternal of Arlmathaea the first place should be given ton Easter display. Its Immense dusters made of strands of black silk and this old-fashioned melodeon. It Is In a tiny

It was not until the fifth or his crucified Lord. ,e Taimii. ,lia. .AI. l'atitnw, lilw. Th ere Ini of light oink flowers often measure queerly shaped room-almost a ckHKtLa
u. "' .uU"" vi """ n 0";" AD
r tnry that Easter was kept as a history tells us, something about the pure white of this twelve inches in circumference and be- I tact-he entrance to-whtch- a ,

; The first day of each week stone to the door Of flower and the gracefulness.: of the ing of a color which shows equally small door at the right of the great
I holy by the apostles departed." plant upon which it grows that makesit well by daylight or gaslight the plantIs portals of Grace Church New York.

e. Lunar of Christ's resurrection, -thus the legend extremely impular. Bermuda is the much sought alter for church and At the-keyboard sat a young and

this weekly observance there a stately tree, laden borne of the lily and it is claimed that other decorations Hydrangea rosea la pretty woman. Quickly and deftly her

a r great annual buds, and pendulous nowhere else can they be grown so a very fine variety, having beautifulrose :deft fingers pressed the keys. An In-
early days there was much in the green of the so early, rapidly and .successfully. By colored blossoms. The cultivators slant after came the distant sound of
:f as to the date of keeping the h8 a beautiful bird pursuIng certain methods in their cultivation have a way of changing the color of melodious.chimes from the belfry far
t Some persons observed it ;. (' the nest she had they can be made to bloom as the flowers to a Uue by mixing iron away. The girl played lightly rareessly -

the tame day of the-Tear. ; labor of fluff and early as December but the main crop filings with the at II where the plantsare ( It seemed upon a noiseless
served the fourteenth day of with 'soft during the summer, and
moss motion
conies! in February and early spring. organ which nevertheless set In
moon in the new year, '' malachite; and safe Then whole field of blooming lilies when potted by watering them with sad harmonious ringing the great bell

s what that day might he. still lay four eggs of may be seen, while the air is scentedby alum water. '' jverhead. No force was exerted other
celebrated the first ,Sunday stainless as newly Another popular flower for Easter
them for long distances. Those who than the organist always uses In play
1 first full moon and these decorations is the enlstn. The
grow lilies In Bermuda regard them foliage ing. The performer sat comfortably in
; t. fered widely a'* to exactly little bird beheld the Ltj !name as they do potatoes or onions. 'i. Is beautiful and it bears a canary colored r A ber little room.
day that was.Nothing Lord wrapped In florists but blossom which remains fresh for
i They are not expert plant The bells pealed out a cheerful Invitation -
( was definitely laid\ i a long time. The plant Is excellent for
and in the their lilies with more care than they to the passers-by. It was a
l tray of a universal agreement I looked on the holy,.: do'! common vegetables:: but owing to placing in the parlor for the reason a familiar tune-an old hymn which

Question was taken up by the I the dear feet and the: eculiarltles of the soil and climate that it is not much affected by superheated most of the busy throng bad learned la
I of Nice. That body settled the the'cruel-nails, her they nearly always have a good crop. dwellings which are the curse childhood.

} the first Sunday following the a'song of woe: and They can cultivate their fields any, of this age in large cities. .looked and
half remembered
Men paused up j
of the calendar mooQ which The florists have a system by which J
song continued, a month of the year and there is never
upon or next after the 2st of the moan of "the any frosts. only genial sunshine: which'Is flowers may be sent telegraph or In silk, with which the cap is covered that a Lenten service was
tamed their
that If this 14th day be a and'its infinite Just what the lilies want. The lilies other words a Brooklyn florist who belongs must be of a dull description or else It about! to begin. A few
the-church and silently
Easter was not to be on that on "\intl'-the which sold I to the association who take telegraphic will bear no resemblance the original steps toward
sang are at Easter time are, as a
Passed .Ia.' Busy women. arm
\ en the aest following Sunday, was turned to orders; will sell you an Easter cloth. Of ('Ourse.- he egg Itself isthe
song. rule, grown from bulbs brought !row. arwlk their
therefore, may be any date not end when, "while Bermuda. No matter whether Easter tiouquet. to bs presented to-'a young head, the features being :drtwtt/ nUed>! wEft' stopped springhopping
Inclusive of March a-certain address in, with black Ink. I for a few moments and en tteredtheignlet
weeks lady at Boston
througb the gloom a .. '
iil[ late or early the lilies are brought
April 25th. It cannot happen clothed: in white, into bloom for'use on' the Sunday for instance. The florist telegraphs the The gray bat Is b clever and orlglnladesign : restful saactsary.Sttil :

later than these two days heaven to earth and which commemorates the ascension of order to a correspondent In Boston and composed of' black paper* and the bells rang entreatlngly The

Easter occurred March 25th -,' frombefore the our Lord. The blooming of the flowers' the same day the bouquet Is duly pre i an eggshell also stained black, India- girl kept her eyes fastened on a dock. i

on the same date In 1894.It ,.the Lord of Life, Is hastened or retarded by regulatingthe sented. A great deal ,of this kind of Ink or a very good black Ink being : At a certain minute the chimes ceased,

was after keeping the in the glory of the of the business Is done at Easter time. Flowers used. The egg forms the body of the and the slow warning tolling "f the s
ills disciples that C rtst'..- temperature greenhousesn'tinlA have Into bat. The Inches from bells was heard. The player was pressing .
!!.- the sun retie tYiav are nnrlow.... l+fa+lnm rpliAluviv come so generally use as measure
ion took puce, yet the hills:...Easter-dawned Bermuda tutrj is lUlUiailUU* 1UV Easter gifts that the makers of Easter one note over and over again and
lily a special favorite in
ana the Jewish Passover her various myster cards have noticed a considerable decline at regular intervals.
church decorations
on the same day. The last, with holy bliss as condition and they remain in In the demand for their wares Finally that, too ceased the roll of
for some days, which adds to
did so was in l&S, on the 3d ." their popularity. The plants to'a Bunches of roses and violets, azaela the great organ overhead WU heard
and they will concur again in bird grow plants are the favorite for this purpose and the service bad begun
on the leafy height of four feet and bear from
the 12th of April Easter Is EASTER heavenly wonder of four to seven snow white blossoms at and it Is common sight at this season Miss Bertha Thomas has been th!

called a movable festival up In victory," her the top of the stem. to see the windows of private residences assistant organist and player of the
date depends the time of with exultant glad- eD beautifully decorated with potted :homes In Grace Church for a aum"','

being forty days before, and !: turned the plants of bouquets of flowers. Many vHHtip ;jf years.

ascension forty days after into morning songs r 4':; are also sent to the hospitals or to sickbeds Miss Thomas li I New York girl of

sides this Easter fixes the heer; so sweet so A'j where they are doubly welcomed. German parentage, and Is la every no
feast of Pentecost with the I
clothed with flocks, lential a finished musician. Nearly all
pedal Sundays that go to the hills heard and ai Eaotor Gift. ber time is devoted to her work la f

the church year., with Joy, they also 1 1 One of the prettiest customs of the Grace Church although she manage ito j

German mythology, ; angel heard this Joy I' year is the giving of Easter gifts. Unlike give a few lemons during spare BO

as the goddess of Easter praise, In which Christmas these presents! at meats on the organ and piano.
her i most attractive Easter are never supposed to be ex eiclusive control
was in tune with the Miss Thomas has
the i '* to tip. The paper has a fold In It
goddess says 1
"Rejoice rejoice," pensive. They are rather a little reminder i of the chimes. She looked a modern
the forms the feet the bat Thisis
her name to one of whlcht of
given of the happy Easter time, anda she In
bird be forever blest St Cecella as sat the dimly
the back of the
events In the Christian era. \ strongly glued to eggshell
sign from the giver to the receiver I
and ; her U
thy moss-bur Ughted chime-room fingers oa *
la also fastened forit
: Is a form of the modem i and a string
dr that one is thinking of the other.
i keys and her hair forming a golden
j and of the to
ero English Of course there are many different hang by. Two tiny pointed pieces halo about her head.
The early church found it blessed night and of paper are stuck on as ears, and a
kinds of the
gifts perhaps most "
"The sound of chimes said Ml.
adapt to Christian purpose down to the Lord touch of Chinese.white is given for my ,
conspicuous are those prepared In the
stitution and customs of a the eyes, nose and mouth. Thomas "has gone all over the world
shape of eggs These are not the only
, ture, which bad become .sweet bird Another novelty is the embroidered Mr. Edwin Clarence came here one day
changed gifts that can appropriately make
, you and received the music the affections of, the people. gg. It Is soaked in vinegar to make it
for this time of the year. The presents
his phonograph. I believe that h*
observance which in
J' red and gold and blue. described here are easily made, with I
honored the advent of Ostara has taken it all over and that Gram
in their simple almost no expense and yon will find Church chimes have been listened
i deftt of spring, survived to
that they will be very acceptable to (7Vit and admired In England Japan and
t extent In the Christian _. of Easter__n da__"*.." those vnii_ decide tit rand them tn, tiA-. Australia."
the resurrection.
I" will be the result of 1kM
cause they
Apart from the religious J told'Winnie, I your Miss Thomas evidently love h !r
I own labor and thought and that Is the
those observances with I do not remember THE AZALEA. cells During the Lenten season there
best part of giving.A
heathen people honored I only. know Next to the Bermuda lily the azaleaIs handy trifle for the sewing table, ire so many services that the rhluH
linger la their primitive form are rung a number of times during
rich and bright possibly the most popular plant at is a simple flatiron. Gild the upper I
of and the day and Miss Thomas U constant
Germany \
\ of
parts sweet voice of Faith. this season. It a profusion part but leave the face untouched.
land. In New York and ly found at her post
bright: flowers which will keep fresh
us heaven's holy light; : Wind the handle with a woolen strip "
of Anglo-Saxon civilisation four six weeks. "You see, said the young mualriaa
.inlgb of death," and beautiful from to covered by a ribbon or bias strips of
assumed a more ecmplex I The principal colors are white, crimson fancy silk. In one end of the bowknot as she prepared to play the chimes

German mythology always !(' ''As in Adam all and white and pink shaded. Ghentin stitch a thimble-case, in the other enda igaln "you can bear the bells perfectly

the Uerman rustic feasting '' sn U all be made Belgium; is! the true home of this place to hold blunt scissors. Choosea \t well here. There Js a tube running ,

{ time represents the ancient be unto God for his plant There it finds better conditionsfor heavy Iron and it will be always In use from the belfry to this room. At

of the goddess. Sacrifice ." : growth than anywhere else In the It will have sewing pinned to the the end of this funnel or tube you .**,
iered by the urban 1 world. Great quantities of the plantare handle for swift running and hem- l there Is a diaphragm, to which are at. '

days. In the form of fine i }after. I rent to this country during Octoberand ming, or else it will be engaged In inched rubber receiving tube such aa

t bonnet are placed under cultivation In the pressing sea moss or flowers, or hod- I ire used on phonographs. By plating

Ostara Is represented in grl't'nltolllt'1zaleal!! are sold at other lag! papers together. But very often it I these In the ears yon will notice that

cal art as a dazzling seasons of the year, however, being will have thimble, scissors and needles the sound Is Intense. One might almost

with simplicity; but thing much sought: after for weddings removed and It will be heated to a little soft before working and the be In the belfry Itm-lf. 1 never

She U surrounded by .1 i and for decorations at other festal oc- smooth out ugly wrinkles in cloth or to work is done with the finest needles use that apparatus unless at a wedding

birds, flowers rabbits and .1I I I| caslons. A peculiarity of this plant is dry and press a sponged spot It will procurable. The small unevennesses in for instance, when the chimes must
emblematical of Easter that the older it grows the more luxuriant absolutely renovate twisted whale the surface of the egg are the safest peal out at the same time that the

springtime. The sun, : are the blossoms until some of bones by dry-pressing the bodice or places in which to plant a stitch. organ is playing overhead. When the

It used to leap with Joy + 1 the largest plants are perfect marvels corsets on tile wrong side. Use in tailor For those who like work that can be organ Is Hounding the music of IU> :

t when Ostara appeared on f; 9f bloom. fashion-that is, bang down the done quickly\ antI who enjoy a joke bells is {confused and 1 use the trie*

Easter eggs are supposed to i I No Easter celebration would be complete Iron firmly and bear upon It. I the aitist present some ideas which require phone atUcheiumt.

no common bens. The V without violets. The ladles wear For stick-pins and hat-pins a cushion enly a few strokes of pen or "I want you to notice a great advaa*

was enpedaly favorable them as corsage bouquets, the geutle- may be ornamented by a china doll [pencil and some simple paper cutting. tage of this electrical arrangenwut,'*
which are usually to be 'rnen wear them in their buttonholes fastened to a circular pasteboard. continued Miss Tboma.

pictures, surround d by and they are employed In table decorations Around the "sitting-down doll" is a Flower Are !'Srintml'c of...ter. "One of the chief faults of ordinary
Easter eggs should be and in a variety of other chime music has been
ways.The soft ring: of curled hair and this"is Of all beautiful emblems of the resurrection dtavnUuce
red was the favorite color of cultivation of this flower has increased pllrt'dlD the center of soft gay-colored the emblems of Easter, the due to the resonance of the bells. ; lout J
der god and the first greatly during recent until will observe that I
years ilk. The silk Is then drawn up tightly Bowers, stand first. They are symbolic you ran regn'atrthat !
spring was sacred to i it is as much of a favorite as the and gathered like a Lole Fuller gown because though they seem to die difficulty by the! use of these

The custom of coloring rose. A large part of the violet crop around Miss\ Delly's breast-Harper's each every spring they rim dampen, which you 1It'tA. I manage i.
r U as old as the use of the Is grovn by small gardeners who come Young People. igaln. year Their \lives are unending and with my feet.

symbol Long ago the to market dally, bringing their stock in ", though they disappear from among: us "If a long note at the eat of a tun*,
of wheat which at the baskets. It has been iid of this flower
4- ta.t.r 1'arnlne. for a time, we know they are sure to for example U desired 1 pimply bud
bad Just peeped above the that all humanity loves it. "In its lowly i When happy brooks are running races return. So It is, say the soothsayers the key: a little longer and take the

d face<< were used for coloring. I hubby ever glides unostentatious fragance, which tells Down from hills with laugh and leap, with the Son of Man. He has gone dampener off. The clapper Is then held

ful of the wheat blades space before. you where the the blossom is hidden Who are these in woodland places from us, they declare, but the day will next to the bell and the resonance U

. pot with the eggs turned quickly he can pass before your eyes rest upon it It is likea That up from moss and dead leaves surely come when He will return. This prolonged."It .
the shells to a dark green. store. gentle woman whose soul has in it ? is
creep is one of the beliefs that cling: nlxmt possible, you know, to
colon were obtained from I the fragrance of good deeds whereofthe Each bud that breaks from dark, low Easter. To relate all that the festival not only play a tune with the dilutes

leaves and the Persians resolves to spread right; hand knows not what the mold; means would IK an unending task In but to play It with eiprewUon." ,

dyes with great effect I around her she left hand does who is sent into this Each frond or blade from prison rolled; truth it signifies to every person that' ;Miss.Thomas went on to say that i&

t then learned to write upon a sad wistful look world sometimes to teach us what angels Each breeze whispers to listening ear, which they wish It to, and nothing time she supposed the ekt-trie attachment
eggs with a greased stick. and talking in a low are.- Three violets are known to Of the life that springs trom buried wore could be made from bells at &lit {

custom is still observed by ,-New York Press. us here-the great purple, the small year. distance: ,

population of the United .

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N tljpl, he With seized but his a gun motMnt's and ran consideration straight for THE BOYNTONI. I IA CITY MEAT MARKET .:

the-Brttish sailboat As he sped along ,
he stooped as much as, he could, in pleasant and convenient hotel just .-
: order. to hide behind clumps of palmetto It built and newly furnished, located on -- E L IX- --

and patches o'f'' tall'marsh grass. the ocean beach in the town of Boynton, WESTERN: | FLORIDA MEATS .
The alert soldiers soon saw him however foot of Lake Worth twelve miles southof .7
and the .one nearest him yelled Palm Beach. Can be reached by F. '.
to'hImto'stop. Instead of obeying the .. E. C. R. R. or by hunch, sail boat or BUTTER and EGGS.
order Rose doubled Ills'effort to Teach steamer.A .
f a'ir'r the boat. quiet place with pleasant surround Game in Season. J. P. MENDEL, Proprietor.

t Bang! went the Briton's gun and it's ings for parties who wish to remain fora 2-1999 WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA
SHE NEVER'WAS A BOY ball sang In ,the grass close to Rose's period to enjoy the healthful climate
legs. All the men and the officer-now \ \ of Southern Florida away from the
,. Whm I come home the other night gave chase to the flying boy, who hurly-burly of large, fashionable hotels.
With an ugly lookln' eye when he reached the creek plunged in No formality no stiffness, everything NEW and STYLISH _

., That I.had got.Into a fight holding e gun so that the lock was I .. pleasant and sociable.
"Poor.ma commenced to cry, out of the water and swam to the boat Good large, pleasant rooms, and
But when I told pa how It was Out of breath and terribly' excited '.., .- ."..'' 1 homelike table service can be obtainedfor .,!. pRESS: GOODS, WRAPS AND >
He clapped his hands for Joy. Rose scrambled abroad, first tumbling.. 12.00 per day and upwards.. Special v U LADIES' NOTIONS
a And told me I'd done bully, cause his gun over the gunwhale to the bottom rates by the month. -
Once he had been a boy. of the boat. Call or address for further particulars, JUST RECEIVED AT-
.-.. It was now work for dear life. Rose '
,. "Boya will be boys," I heard him say was a clever sailor and knew Just how THE BOYXTON, Boynton, Fla.. THE HONEST PROFIT HOUSE
to at the business in hand. He
j' "They won't be otherwise. eo I -
"_ And the one that learns. to fight his hauled in the little anchor and sprangto <: ', ,
'" way the sail loosened It, grabbed the tiller JUST OPENED-
: ..$; _. Is the one.that wins the prize; and got into the breeze. Meanwhile ATTENTION MERCHANTS I
When 1 was his fightIn' on came the now thoroughly:
; < age was SCHMID'S CAFE.
My'greatest Alarmed officer and men shooting, '
earthly Joy- .Giveo .
_ 't\7: But She ma.never she was kept a on boy.cryln, cause panting The breeze gesticulating.was fresh and favorable.It ... MEALS OK LUNCHES SERVED A tA CARTE THE MIAMI BOTTLING WORKS .

' t/; My golly I'd hate to be sweep.took the She bloop's leaned sail low with and vigorous sprang . Ojsters la All Styles and at All Hoars. Is prepared to deliver, EXPRESS PREPAID, to all responsible parties f
k,.: A girl with fluffy hair. along beautifully. Rose bad lost his Weekly' Meal Tickets on Sale. BOTTLED SODA, POP GINGER ALE etc. '.
hat and his hair was all disheveled; the ,
And .
: always prim as A, B, C, AND Cf
eat: With clothes too clean to wear! perspiration poured down his face. On tflTCCISINE SERVICE pATE Patronage of Dade County Merchants Solicited and Satisfied,a Guiranued..,--
: !" When ma was smart I s'pose she was came the soldiers and at the water'sedge '
Proprietor. < CASfELUNO.
. Bed-cheeked and sweet and C01- they lost some time in confused I'rop. MIAtfl FLA.
4:\ But oh the tun that,missed her 'cause running back and forth. Then by Cluuw Building,Clematis Ave. n-24-tf S i
order of their commander they fell _
She --------- -
s : never was a bol.t:1
1\ to reloading their guns. Every min i WEST PALM BEACH
ute every second was precious to the The i

; brave boy, .. .. LITTLE BROS. : :

L : OOJ Against]![ I a "Peel.1. Fortunately those days were for him but army rude weapons musketsIn FOR RENT.

with a very short range. Two hundred .; I MANALAPAN COTTAGE, FERTILIZER and PHOSPHATE
yards could not be accurately shot over
. .Late In ,the month of December. with them and already the swift little .&>*-* .- (12 Rooms Furnished, at
; 1778, TuQmaa Ills and his son Rose boat was a good hundred yards out $!: : IIYPOLUXO BEACH, FLORIDA. Jacksonville
;' i. then about 16"years old were qn one and flying down the creek to the broad 'lSun'" Florida. .
f '. of the small marsh Islands which lie arm of the river nearby.i .
4: : In the frith of the Savannah river. "Fire.1" cried the officer. This house occupies the most unique location

,_ : : Savannah was then a small town held I A volley rattled spitefully but not ;; On Lake Worth, If you are requiring Fertilizers for Vegetables,
': tt by the American army of patriots and a bullet struck: the heroic boy. One Fronting both Ocean and Lake, ,
the war of the revolution was In full I went through the sail two hit the 10 the midst of the Largest Cocoasot Grove Pineapples, etc., write to us and we can give you
: progress throughout the colonies. .I boat. Then the soldiers ran frantically In the Unltnd State Ocean and Lake Flf>h.ng. .
. r--. From the Information furnished! me along the shore until they reached Im- .,. Sea .Bathing' No Fojfs. Climate L'nurpatmed. more value for your money than any other Man. ., s
it does not appear what Mr. Inls and passable mud. Here they were compelled Aypl to
f. Rose were doing on the marsh but, to stop antf glue over the chase. JOHN BROWN, Agent. ufactarer or dealer in this State or from sty : I

.'. .. they had a sailboat anchored In. a i Rose knew every waterway in all M Hjpoiuio, iria.O'DONOGHUE other State. Write for pamphlets, price, elc.,
creek? and for some reason Mr. Inla that region and seeing the masts of the
a '.- took the boat and returned in !it to British fleet he took a course to avoid to above address. 5.12-98! 1
: Savannah leaving his son alone on the vessels. But in doing this he
,, .: the Island until he should come back. I presently fell into a cross channel I
r" It seems that Rose had some. provisions which lost him the breeze and he had ;
r.- and a gun wherefore I infer to row for more than a mile. j
\, c it ,was wild fowl shooting that had Meantime the firing had been heardon
; tempted the twain down the river. At board the fleet and the nearest A Chance.. do Your THE ALL 'ROUND GEO. H. MALTBY I

: all events Rose we left felone and his vessel sailed up and tried to discoverthe .
:..- ,father had been gone scarcely an hour cause. It was too late. Rose t *
" when a large English vessel tall mast and ==PHOTOGRAPHER i
made his way to Savannah was '
(' ed and heavily armed appeared in abroad afterward in the thick of the fight ,.\;> :;. ', : :::. _., --=DEALER IN.- I
; bayou or creek a mile from the when the town fell into the enemy's
Island. It was one of'a strong fleet hands. Nor did he give up even then. Has come to stay in West Palm 1
t ( come to attack Savannah. With his father he went away as a FURNITURE WINDOW SHADES I
:: Rose knew, as soon as he saw the private In the little patriot army and Beach, and is now fully prepared to ,

: ship Just what It meant, and his predicament served until the successtnl close of the do work to gratify his
;t, seemed quite hopeless, so glorious war. His life was a long and patrons. MATTINGS f OILCLOTH..
far as escaping capture was concerned happy one and although he never be-
.. especially when a little later there came a distinguished man he enjoyedto .
_' a. came a small, sloop-rigged open boat, the end of-his days the esteem and .
t:: _'. :'; containing a British officer and five respect of all who knew him. lie 0 IIFFUNERAl SUPPLIES
;' I,;. men. which anchored almost exactll often told the story substantially as. Ho opp. Masonic EM IN STOCK
. &" where his own boat. had lain when his I have written it. II ,
father took it :
All this :time Bc!,:was on 'a bit of Expert arksman WEST PALM BEACH. I Practice the Latest Methods in Embalming the Dead. .\

c '->hummock'land,.whert> a line of,strag- Adolph Toepperwein "the champion f .
+"jtog trees.and bushes grew near a shot of the world," ia a marvel .
,ti, narrow :tide channel In the marsh. Young Toepperwein is an expert picture .- ; :-.< \--... Chinese Laundry Masonic Block West Palm Beach Flay
:, 1'u' 'He.quickly,hid himself and watched, shooter, and with his rifle can ,
,.. white the officer and crew came ashore .
- and it soon appeared that they,were a
-' from the fleet .... Proprietor.Shirts Do You Want
party sent probably to .. :s .
: for an eligible place which .... .' I .a
look upon .' ?
P 'to establish a camp. .' .,: :..:.., : ........ ........ .................... 10c We have them to Sell,and if ," STEAMBOAT
Doubtless Rose being but a boy, .: .. Open Front .......?.... ...... 2Jor25e none on hand tosmt,we can build
11:::: exaggerated his danger Sand became II .. ..... I .. Collar.............. -..................... 2H Just what you want.. ,
f' unduly excited wrought upon oy.recollections : :........ s .::::.. ... Cuffs '. .... n,....._...._...............5c
: of stories he cad heard of :\..' .t.'q.l. !.v:IIf LndlAl'Shirt WaUU ... ...._._..._........15e We are also PreparedTo
: British cruelty to prisoners. Still his i' t a Furnish
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H feelings like prophesy of what ..
were .\ .. """0 ..' FIRST-CLASS WORK GUA1tA TEED. .
to happen, for, when Savannah : ; .
[ was : .. .
;- / was taken unarmed citizens were .. .... ...... ....... Banyan Street,WEST PALM BEACH.
.Outfits for
r; bayonetted In the streets. by the brutal ... ;....... ..: Pumping Irrigation. ,
soldiers of Intaslon.iz .
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I .
Rose was no coward 'however; on .. .. ... 22Mathushek ,
"-- the contrary, be came of a stock whose .. '... ..... ::... l PianosAre Write or All on us for Anything in .
t. chief characteristic was the flglSIng ... .. Our Line that you need.
I : spirit,,and he was a patriot from bee! t ianos'With a Name.
.l to crown. lie looked to the priming Pianos That Have A Reputation Merrill-Stevens\ Engineering Co
!..,J of his gun. examined: the edire.. "nf the <
-- -- -- second the ,
LATEST RIFLE WEIXKLE. to none. They are
. flint to be sure that it was duly sharp,
kind that have Flood tbe test of
for he did not mean to be taken "withOut draw a. man's head in less than five JACKSONVILLE FLA.
a fight, and he even preferred minutes. For Admiral, Schley's picture time an- have satisfied the most ,
:death capture. which he daily draws on the tar- The Tropical Sun critical musicians in every way. 12-24-98 P OPRIETOB Jacksonville Marine ,
Meanwhile the British party had get before admiring audiences, nearly Railways. i iGI1E
.made a swift survey of the'little beach 200 shots are required.A They Are Not ,
.near the boat. Api-arently officer old style pianos that have been
," *a.. not quite satlRfled. He had, per. Wonderful Floating "Snail. rented for and then offer
-i,! p' .haps, seen the tracks made by Mr. Inls There is a small snail wh.cu is so years "
and Rose, and was taking precautions fond of the sea that it never comes to ed as "gr?at bargains, nor are

.. by carefully reconnoitering. Rose land and it builds such a capital boat they "cheap, low-grade"pianos
., quickly forsaw that he would be tracked for Itself and its eggs that whilst' Job'DepartmentPriuts made to sell "at half price."
1 up and found. As his danger grew, large ships are.sinking and steamersare $ G. STR OfirYi,
'u.feowever. his spirit and wit increase unable to face, the storm it tosses Every Piano Is New,

apace He held his gun ready while about in perfect safety and every part is made in the A DEALER IN .._
rib lay In a' tuft of .scrub palmettos. \The little snail is of violet color and Mathushek Factory, .
'-aad he thought with lightning swift Is therefore called .lanthina;. it has a
". Bess of what he should. do when the small shell and there prcj.'cts Trom the which is a guarantee that it will Staple and Fancy Groceries '
last,emergency came. under part of tue body a long, tongue- Letter Heads last lifetime. ,
The party of British' separated into like- piece of flesh. This is tli: raft Take Chanceson
two squads, one passing east of. Rose, and it is' built upon most scientific Note Heads Why Grain and all Food
the other to the west of him. Evidently principles, for it has compartments in cheap pianos when the Old Supplies
i the intention was to beat the marsh it for air. It is broad and the air compartments StatementsBusiness and Reliable Mathushek can be
in a systematic way. It 'would, not belong are underneath so that it bought at prices and terms to -4OOUNTRY -
before one cr the other'squad cannot;capsize.Moreover Cards
:' would come upon the flank of his bit the snail knows how to suit you? There are more than PRODUCE{

'r the oldest Bill Heads 15,000 Mathushek' Pianos in Always Fresh, Kept in S'ock.
'discover him. The time for actionof eggs and those which hatch the soon the South. '"You Should Have .
some sort could not be greatly delayed. est are placed in the center and the ,And all kinds of Fine Stationery One. Your Patronage Solicited -
Rose revolted the situation in lightest and newest on the sides of the
.bit mind never once losing sight of the raft. The lauthiua fills its own air Genuine Mathusbek Pianosare .... West palm geaob, fla.
deliberately advancing soldiers. compartments by getting a globule of only sold by .
; The point where he lay concealed i air underneath its bead, tbe body Is Art You Supplied? :Z'Give LUDDEN BATES'S.M-H. .
vai perhaps the highest part of the' then curved downward beneath the
little island and It.raTe him a wide raft and the head being tilted on one Fred Kahn, Manager.
view of marsh lands and breeze-tossed side, the air rushes up and fills thespaces. 29 East Bay St., Jacksonville Fla.
waters and wooded isles and distant It feeds on a beautiful little us Trial Order -
mainland. Three war vessels were Jelly fish, which has a flat rait-like
Bow in sight over toward Tybee some form with a pretty little sail upon It, MOVING MOVING !
miles away. What was to be done and they congregate In multitudes. ; !
must be done. It was one lone boy when the sea is calm.
artiest the whole fleet of Commodore Sometimes specimens are washed upon ,, .
Parker.A the northwestern coast of France And We Will
truly brave spirit is never without and when they are handled they give Jewelersand
adequate resources at a trying out a violet dye.Japancu.
time. Rose Inls caught the one bold I I Opticians.Souvenir i
J chance as It offered. It was a desperate Street TurnM-r. ( A. HANDELSMAN Proprietor)
suggestion and it called for a tremendous The Japanese are the most wonderful ,
spurt of energy and a cool- tumblers and acrobats the world Spoons, Sea Shells
nets,'a strength and a daring almost has known. They seem to be devoidof Please You... Curios Novelties, Toys, will move Friday into the .
Impossible. bones. The street tumblers in Lea her Goods.
The directions taken led the two British Japan are more numerous than our ((1' Musical Goods and Strings,
squads farther and ,farther apart own nerve-racking hand organs. Theygo Fishing Tackle,
Er and at the same time farther and from tea house to tea house and Photos, NEW STOREIN
farther from the boat which with perform the most marvelous feats all Stationery,Ink
I sail flapping, ay close by the shore of day and never seem to feel the strain NEWS DEPOT-DAILY PAPERS.
a the creek.: Aa It afterward turned out any more than. if they were puppets. THEWHILLDIN .
the officer was a topographical/ engineer
: and his actual purpose was to find. Tl'sehl'r-Robby, if your mother gave
r If possible, a short route by either land your sister siX apples to divide equally H. Fine Watch 1 Jewelry ReDairin
or water to the outer defenses of Sa- with you, how many would you get BLOCK.J
vannah. But Rose Inls felt sure that Bobby None. i 1'Imt door North of Entrance
be was belt t tracked and aow a rnddrcly Teacher-Why, Bobby, you'd get 1-26-99 to SrmlHole Hotel J
formed plan of escape took ctIrt three apples.BobbyYou.
oMMloB et lilt! mllloJ.h don't knot my sister.w. WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.' If you want NEW GOODS call there and get them


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,To be without hope is woeful How
experience much hope and cheer and com-
"Then when Mary was come where order. So simple in construction that a child can operate them iu a
an' idea of which we find re- Jesus was, and saw 'Him, she fell fort there is in the glorious truth that ',:" .',' '" perfect safety. .

corded la Isaiah 38:9-20. To be without down at His feet saying unto Him, "He Is risen!" ,. : It pays to get one, even though you have to throw. the "GasoSne

hope la to be despondent but chil- Lord, if thou hadst been here. my The day we keep as the anniversaryof Stove" into the rubbish heap-aud that's where it ought to. be. if you

dren of the King of all kingdoms know brother bad not died." the resurrection of our blessed Re- value life and property. .

'4 in ,whom they have believed and are This home at Bethany which had f deemer may well be called "the birth Call and see this wonderful BLUE FLAME OIL STOVE in operation -

'persuaded 'that he 18 able to keep'that been visited by the death angel was i day of our hope" for "If Christ be not Advertisers at any time. .

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I against that day. It la this knowledge ping, Mary loved the Lord and was j i are yet IIi our sins. Then they also t.
# fully persuaded that had He been
; that causes us" to "hope against hope : which are fallen asleep in Christ are
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with them the, gloom 'and sorrow of L. W. BURKHARDT
and enables unto see the victory fromafBi. death would not hare! settled over perished. If in this life only we have Hint Groceries!

and by faith to bring it nigh their home. t hope: in Christ we are of all men most

The Christian's great hope is that of We cannot entertain Jesus as Mary : miserable." But we rejoice that "he is Who Use theColumns r

immortality aid it is the Joy that and Martha did, but nevertheless we'!' risen from the dead and has become ,

comes through that hope by which he can have Him with us as surely as' the first frails of them that slept," and -

It able to endure hardships: as a good theyftd. If we have not bidden Him ;;; In him is olr hope and through that I1IDIAN RIM AND LAKE HUE SIIAMBOAT S1Y1CS

eoldier.jad to rejoice in the hope that. to enter,and abide with us, we should i. hope we have victory over death and r .
do at His will makeas :
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great a change in homes as
t This jof the resurrection The birth of the Babe at Bethlehem

r more bright.hope as the days come and grows go, Mary In theirs declared had He lIe been would there.have caused I.i and the crucifixion at Calvary would be of. TITUSYllLE, ROGKLEDGE, JENSEN AND PALM! ,.BEACH, .

'and u.we.. according to nature's laws "AVhen Jesus' therefore, saw her !' of little comfort to us without the re- ... .; CONDENSED SCHEDULE. .,

get nearer to the end of our journey weeping and the Jews also weeping surrection.We 1

there comes a longing desire for our which came with her, lie groaned in' serve a living Christ, and when On and after Tuesday, February 14th, 1399.

eternal home. the spirit and was troubled." :.j.: we accept him as our Lord and Master -;;:- ...

While we speak of tha time when we "And was troubled" Peloubet says, he brings into our hearts and lives the .: sOUTH BOCND.--

shall die,;It Is only a figure of speech means waters*of to the agitate"to disquiet, as the resurrection power. Without this power Leave Titnsvi.le, daily exctpSu"nd y and Wednesday 4.W I p m

for whosoever liveth and believeth in sea our hope would be a dead :one, and THE : Arrive Eockledge, \ 6 31) n
The true feeling of Jesus was that .- 'of( p
Jesua shall die. "Believest thou our religion merely a certain set of : "
never of Leave Titusville daily and \
sympathizing sorrow for the. suffering p except Sunday Weifnesday 4.00pm
fir' of His friends. truths or doctrines and our worship '
Arrive Jensen and Y
Qaily except Monday Thursday 10.00am
t ,. Jesus sold: "Because I live, ye shall "And said Where have ye laid him? would be nothing more than cere- '" -
4 live also" and we know his testimony They ,said unto Him Lord, come and monial service. But "He is risen!" and Leave Titusville, Monday .Tue@dsys. Fridays, ', '' ", 4.00 p m

is true, and he has become the first If\e.:\ through his resurrection we have re- rTROPICAL Arrive Palm.Beach. following day ., ,. /1.I" +.I %.30 P m

fruits of them that slept "For as In They little thought what would follow ceived power to become the children of ,
-KORTH BOt'ND.- i -->:
Adam all die, even 'BO in Christ shall the Invitation "Come and see. Gcd and Joint heirs with Jesus to an

i all be made alive." There are many sad hearts to-day inheritance that is incorruptible.Jesus Leave.PalIn. Beach ;-Mondays'Wednt sdsye: Thurg'dayi '. 9.00 a m
thAt. could htfk made happy and iiri(*Vtf.... m;.__ ._:tt_ 6.11__*_ '-_ ..f .W A.A-V
r; The two Marys, on the first Easter -- rose on the sunny side of the Arriv e J..n"\UleluuowlDgu".r, ." -' ; J.ilupm
if they would ask Jesus to and
1 f morning, found an empty tomb, but departed see where: they have burled come their grave, and his going there has robbedit Leave Jensen daily esceptTharsJay,and Saturday:,'***.;' *, 4.00 p a

l' with great joy after the angel hopes. of its gloom. We will not be resur- Arrive Titusville: daily except S.olds.r.and Monday1:'"' ,' 12.30 p m
I 1 11. aid to them, "Fear'not ye: for I know "Jesus wept" rected with our present bodies after the Leave Rockledoe,daily except Sundays and WediiistfaH 9.00 p m

1 that ye seek Jesus which was crucified. This is the shortest verse In the third day as he was, and \"hUe we can- ,., "; Arrive TitnsrJle -" 1' ,*-5\ 1.30
t Y.[ He U not here: for he Is risen as he Bible, but one which has given comfort not understand the mystery connected .: .. . ...: !t pata

{ i said. Come "see the place where the to many heavy hearts. with the resurrection, we do know that H. GAILLARD Mgr." T. T. REESE. Agt.r ,CUAS. DA VIES, Gen. Aff.. 1St.

3s Lord lay "Then said the Jews, Behold how when we meet what is called'death, we St. Augustine Fla.'. Palm Beach Fla ; .: itusvi9t. Fla.

3 The keepers, and all the powers of He loved himr'Peloubet go to be with God. and while our bodies .

= :t darkness could him from says, "The word for love ------- ,
s : i not prevent may lie for a time in old mother earth -- -- -- -- ---
here is the that
: rising on the third day, and It is because one expresses: passionate some time the deadshall: come forth
intensity and not, the word usedin
j he rose triumphant over death verse 5 to express Jesus' love for and then we shall see clearly that Florida East Coast Ry.

and the grave that we celebrate the the Bethany family which was the which we now accept by faith.It .

-Birthday of Hope. love of choice, of friendship, a deep is this blessed hope that is as an CLAIM:; 1m.

Although some pretend not to believe spiritual love." anchor to our soul when we are sepa- ....,.'.. -, TIME TABLE x0.19, IN EFFECT MARCH 13,

f in a life beyond the grave the thoughts "And some of them: said, could not rated from our loved ones; when their > SOUTH BOUND Read Down .
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s of a tuture.life is constantly with everyone this man, which opened the eye of the bodies are lowered down into the graveit .-
blind have causi-1!' that even this man ....' ';. "," \ ; OTlNOi.ur o ;
and the desire cornea! again and I 4f
r gives us great comfort to know that o.Da; y : STATIONS.!! '"o'BLaify l ldty tlstlyry .
r := again for something better after we should not have died? they could say, "Sfcce Jesus has laid It Is The Dill1leD811Dai11pt! : x mb aaddr I R DaiJ7

.f" ::. cease to exist here. Even the professed If He couH restore the sight why there, I dread not its gloom," and having 1|00p E D i r5tb1'L.V.m.: ..... acwnv11e..Ar! : rup 9 3DDni i ash ett.
.. t could He not lensthen! the life by driving 9uup IU. '8i. [r"..::,..., I1gwfme..LT slip 4S i1U' tiep 1ASa
agnostics as represented by their recognized the death anrelT! This received Jesus the Resurrectionand 9 tipTCp .....1111. 8. i..............bt. Angustue..Ar ( 5 .... Q
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t tality will not bring comfort unless we now?" sod to rest until the great resur- ':{ ..... .. ... fcUoat b uosLv.aa t.m ArITSajTSa l.try;;!apt .. .: :

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f. rection morn, When the winds blow,BEST H PUaOp ....:..1S..lpl05t.. .. ........._...Onnond......,........ a Cd 'I ...... .... a Sr
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over death and the grave' and through It. Canon Tristram' writing in the lives and joy..nf our homes. .TT- these. .u..h..... ...... -S"'m"-.. ..... .,......... .G.k- ..",; .n ..._...'.... .13.... *... .... ...... .. '.
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doctrine of the resurrection of the "Jesns said. Take ye away the stone. have 'so tenderly and lovingly SOSpLv..........Pato Beach ian.._.... 83..IUlUajjS.I( ..... ,h'14.
body but his arising from the dead Martha the sister of him ths\f was drawn to our side! are now wasting -: 11001I S Soup Sllip\ ". ..:...... Royal PotnrJana ....... .. S.a.l\t M ::1tJ1Jt
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proved or was the climax of all other dead, saith unto Him Cord by this away. Ah, yes! these thoughts'do '; MEDIUM ......1o1 03 Step. .............. Boynton. ....'!"......L.4, 'a'II 644 ..I6oip.... I IItatea
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crucifixion at Calvary would have been of the their weight there appears to bea ; 81Oall-iallUGp; I5OpAr.... ......Miami.: .. ...LT| II 0iai 7Ka' l>* .{... Tato
was merely a wrapping; bodyin
Incomplete without the resurrection at perfumes; It did not prevent the gleam cf light amid the tloom, and BETWEEN NEW SMYRNA AND ORANGE CITY JL L'TIOX.NIJ.INO .
the new tomb of Joseph of Arimathaea. dead looking with the of faith 11 STATIONS. J
from decaying eye we can B V8&1
Faith In the resurrection should "Jesus salth unto her said I not unto see the One who drove the darkness : ........_. ... ..........Nowmyrna. ....... ... ....... t .. -
:-. cause us to be filled and thrilled with thee that if thou wonldest believe | :!'Taj ............................LakeBelea...............; .....M .L'IIUl.tg' : I
out of the grave, and hear him say; "I Of Any > '...*....... Orange Qty .. .. *.... .. ..
joy at the thought that the redeemedof thou shouldest see the glory of God 1" am the resurrection and the life; they S a'Ar........... .I''OrangeOirr! JniieHon'..!. .!......"...."..T" fUOi ilJlIfs.WP*..!!!!

the Lord shall not only live again, Many who condemn Martha for her that believe en me, though they were All trains between New Smyrna and Orange City Janckon & eio ,pT 1.

but when they leave the body, they will apparent disbelief and doubt* reason dead yet shall they live again!" .
themselves the same as .dId. They KeyWest Havana.and Nassau.
go to live with' God forever. It is in these momenta that the truthof ,
that natural laws bar to
forget are no
Dr. Schell divides the Christian'shope i God working la His own for Ills the resurrection is especially comforting KEY W &T. ThesteamBlilp aty of KII7.WlO8t"of the Florida Fast OuutStewmbtn !
Into three heads, as follows; way Company leavtn Miami for ey West oa Mon in'n. Wel'llHhJsall: rrihy. after rrira)of i
own glory.. ; then it comes over us that JacksncviUe, about U W at
train from : p. m. arriving Key West;'Aex'day Boon.
The of this which hesays
L- source hope, "Then they took away: the stone our loved ones are not lying where the Leave Key West 2 JU p. m. standard time) on Tuesdaya. Thora>lay and tiatardaTa ar>
Is founded on the fact of the resur- dead tiring Miami next morning: la time to connect with north bound train. > '
from the where the winds
; place was beat and the storms descend but WEEKLY PAPER .
rection. laid. And Jesus lilted up His eyes they have gone to the City of Light RA V ANA. The Steamship "Lincoln"of the Florida East Gua t gtt'&msttp Ounnur
IL- The nature of this hope which and said. Father, I thank thee that leaves Miami for Havana on Sundays \fednesdaya after arrival of train from JavijuaYllle -
he says is a "living" rather than a thou hast heard Me." where there is no more sickness sorrow about UlB p. m.,arriving at Havana at 3A p. ... M>mday"and Tbun Joy,. l .
pain or loath, "Blessed are the Leave Havana Tuesdays and Fridays at 10.40 a. m. IlJtantbrd toot,attiring MianU
"lively" hope By being alive'lt Is. of Jesus in lifting up His eyes, took Wanes Jiy 8 and Saturday in time to connect with north bound tram. .
dead who die in the Lord; they have NAbeAU. Service for the winter season twins January 10, l&e.
course a growing hope, becoming "a natural simple but expressive" Proponed tailtnn a*
clearer and more exultant as time attitude in addressing God,the Father.In passed through this vale of sorrow and follows
f .
calling upon the Lord we are too are now dwelling with the redeemed of' FROM MIAMI. j,. KHOM NASAL

passes.ilL-The object of this hope, which apt to look down, when our blessings: ,I the Lord. In TheSThTEO1 Tuesdays and Fridays, January 10 to Feb {tfrdnesdays and Saturday. January It {
come from above. I I Some preachers teachers and writ tarry 4. I *J Vebruary 4.

he describes as an Inheritance that is "And I know that Thou hearest Me ; ers, discount any tendency to speak or M n UTS, Wednesdays and Fridays, Feb Tuesdays,Thurs-Uys. .Saturday,, Ftb-
Incorruptible undefiled and unfading always, but because of the people ru UJ 8 to Mrch 31. mary 7 to April L
'>! located In heaven "reserved for you which stand by I said It that they ,. sing about heaven, and they tell us that Tteays: and Fridays April 4 to Wednesday and tiaturdayt;April S to i
it Is within us. It is true that we have April 28. Audi 29.Beamers .
who are kept"Brunton may believe that Thou hast sent Me
its principlesrighteousness peace, depart from Miami and Kaseau at 3 id p.m. of day advertlwd. arrtfiiTTl
says: "There are two keep- Jesus could have caused Lazarus to destination next morning. T
tugs: heaven for us, us for heaven. arise without calling; aloud unto the and joy hi(the Holy Ghost-implanted Connections made at Nassau with Ward Line Steamer to and from ganHaw ami
God, but He wanted the Jews to see within our breast by saving faith in FLORIDA.S CSeofuegott, Cuba,on certain dates. .

JUNIOR LEAGUE TOPICS. that lIe was the 'Messiah and had : the Lord Jesus Christ but it Is also These Time Tables show the times at which train*sad b..atll may be expertad U>Mrii.anl

been. sent by God. true that with that experience we geta depart, .froni the____,several_.u _stations__ and ports. bat tneir arnral_ or. .deporton M the Hair
"Jwu said unto her. Thy brother I And when lie thus had spoken He ( clear title to a mansion in the City of consequences IK HOE guaranteed arising! therefrom.dues the Company hold iuelf: respOCUiOIe toe soy ttttl.y sr oar .

shall rise." Mary and Martha were in cried with a loud voice Lazarus, come I our God which Jesus has gone to pre- fur copy of local time card call at 29: yest Bay-Street.JjiravUX or addi M

forth. for We cannot it J.P.BECKWriH. Traffic Manager. J. D. BAHSE3. ...O.P. A.
great sorrow because their brother had I pare us. locate ; but
Proto Riddle that Jesus cried I, r $ e e e r a Y e e e e S C St. Ar;rntine.
died and Jesus Is comforting them says "" our citizenship Is in Heaven and when I _, W"
with a loud voice to>> demonstratemost
these Martha "that i weave fought the good fight ud .
with words replies run
clearly that Ills demand was :. ... .. .
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she knows that he shall rise again in the direct cause of the coming forth our race we can calmly close our eyes .

the resurrection." Jesus replies "I am of Lazarus." here and trust our Guide to take ui to Ocean Steamship Company

the resurrection whosoever liveth and "And ne that was dead came forth : Heaven the prepared place for a prepared

Y believeth In me, though he were dead, bound hand and foot with grave- i people. It is true we cannot.now Advertising "

yet shall he live." Whosoever liveth. clothes; and his face was.ooood about locate, it; but he who has taken 80'' "SAVANNAH LINE. ;

shall die with a napkin. Jesus saith unto them : others "o'er death's "
yet enjoys natural life never ; many safely sea.
Loose him and let him l
-the death of the souL In these words go. i cannot and will not fail us. % Florida ; ; *
The Egyptian custom was to wrap 'I
Jesus designedly overlooks the death each limb separately, and Prof Hovey j' Rate Sheet .
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Of the body, as It It were only asleep tells us that probably that was the .
la the grave for a season his design manner in which Lazarus was bound j Said the Man in the Cell dejectedly: ':

being to direct the thoughts of Marthato hand and foot; it may have been that "I have had a good time I never de- A Short Rail Ride to Savannah; Thence. .

himself as the giver of a higher life the grave clothes were wrapped nied myself anything, never did any. A Short Sea :y .
... about him somewhat that good turn oyago.
than that which he is about to bestow loosely so body a ; yet. somehow all '

upon her, brother.. Today we eele with the new life pulsating throughhis j my friends have forsaken me. Will be Sailing from .Savannah. : "
brat the resurrection of The Lord of body he wan ail, in olMMuwe to j j ."No," said a bleared hag, throwingher on Ap-- .
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"He is risen." the words of Jesus, to come forth i withered arms about him; "you _
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of health though in the garments of
Weeping sore in doubt and pain, deathbetore the wonder-stricLen com "Who are you?" he cried shrinkingaway. All ticket age'nts and hotels are supplied with salting scKe* rv write fv..

Death Is conquered; Christ is risen; pany." plication. eral information, sailing schedules, stateroom reht-ryrtioa, tall! on
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Jesus will still seek the lost but He connection with this wonderful name is Vice. "'

cap Only do so over your vet and mine; experience; it has been claimed that ;!I -i Savannah Ga. Jack pn\ine. Ft.. tt.e..t

minister It is told of Thomas A. Kempta that .. '.,.-;-. l
He still wishes to He must after his resurrection. wa ,: -

do It with our hands. He will still comfort never known to smile, but a! rays once during his student days his teacher ,.. :- .' ,, <:
encourage and instruct but he walked around with a look of gloom asked the class "What passage'of .
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must do so with our lips. If he refuseto upon his face'"Then j Scripture conveys the sweetest description r' :., .
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do this > can we came to Mary and had seen the things Budded Citrns Trees of every variety on Sour Ornate sod LapM Stock; aica. Wl
call ourselves his children? which Jesus did,' believed on Ilim." shall bp no more sorrow there. Another line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to this wctiw, k- 31

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*voice, Up, liver and gold Intellect people as well as In Lazarus; they Another "They shall see His face." i'i'i 10098 Palms Roses Strawberry Plants: FanrappleSlips,Etc. i

will, heart love myeelf. and let It be came to mourn with the bereaved but But Thomas who was the youngest of k iL. JOHN B. BEACH, Proprietor, -:- WEST PALM BEACH, rt.A. --

consecrated. Lord to Th e, ever, only, afterward rejoiced with those who. all, said "And His servants. shall serve ,
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'' I ship will not in through the HOTEL ,, :
pass you
i;:> )MAN
< ; THEY SAY I pearly gates. i
s ." ':i"fffD' ,e. That It is not always ebb-tide. Al Shows.nit Week by i J

.; ,::;U",: .. Ito Heara, everything and Print Everything . a .! That the only opening for ID 'honest.lIIan Oar Lefcdlaf

'. : -" "\ tie Hears I That circumstances that they are too nowadays is the grave. SEMIXOLB

< .',-t. $I tired to control what keep some men That Christian has other duties besides .
-. 'I! a J M Chambers, St ; i j
-, : : ..ITU Contends That Darkntis Is Light. poor. dying and going to Heaven., John[ Lewis, Oconee, !

,\. litter Is Swat Salt U Fwtb. 1&1111 That the only use for a wooden mans That it is safest to always carry a lan: Lebnybton, Pa; John J cO; j

# 'Short or That Wrong Is Right u a sign for a tobacco store Philadelphia W H

>1 1 ,. 't/ That,the only use for some so-called tern.That no man ever made a cent by letting Fla; T R Chaddock, ;
,It U annecesnry- me to can alien- newspapers is covering shelves-aad so his temper get the best of him. Terengo A Wilson

1 : tioa of the ruident population' to the forth. That it is a joy f> wake np from a bad King, Chicago; E S }i

t f" ="' > constantly growing demand for mon That when blind leads the blind both dream to find it only a dream. mingtoc. Dell; M B

booses 'to rent but for the Information end np in the soup. That you can't always learn law and Mich; E B Tustin,

< of BOO'residents who nay got know certainly That some preachers think people to common sense out of the same book. Miss J Q: Ferguson '

of the conditions and who be must.miserable.. W Berg, FEe Ry; R
may good That contentment is better than riches [
Fla 0
s'J : 4 hate some ready money to invest the I That lynch law is chiefly the fault of and just as hard to get. York bastian City ;Y. A 0 ?
: Man On The Corner is prepared to state the lawyers. ;
That a man's money is often the measure Washington; C W
that well-built houses,
positively fifty That it is not absolutely essential for a of his selfishness N C Upp, FEe Ry

supplied! with,proper conveniences profitable can lawyer to_be a rascal. That the worst vice.bound men prate Augustine; F A
find desirable tenants at a 1
r, rental If it be true that we are being That if you jump at conclusions you the most about their personal liberty Ben It Doer, T ; : j

*- blessed with" a period of Republican may land on..a cactus. That a slip on the sidewalk doesn'thurt Oscar Seewald

prosperity, here is a gilt-edge opportunity That any young man is ready to strike as much, sometimes as a slip of the ter S Graham Miami,

-.: to demonstrate it by investment a match when he finds a young lady with tongue. led wife, Palatka, Fla;
} = mosey to burn. York City; W E H j
: and liberalreturns.
that, will yield immediate That polie111way. keeps a man on the J
< ville E King,
v ; That when taking a better half you fence. ; J
should for the worst. San Mateo, Fla; B
it it it s sl prepare That a wrongdoer ia worse in the
Fla M R Johns. Stuart. ;
a That the evil men do lives after them, I ; ]
l While I ,am pleased to note and add church than out of it. E P Bean, Eden, Fla; E
but it can be offset by life insurance !
my word of encouragement to !Mayor That wrong never puts up a fair fight. sonville; James M

Whtlldin la his praiseworthy effort to That you always judge the past by the That no man can be a Christian with. phia, Pa; Mrs N S

1 get this town cleaned up before the future: out grit as well as grace*. Fla; Miss A J Bradley |

warn weather ot ,summer sets in, yet I That George Washington was a rebel ,That whether this world comes to an as; J S Coghlan, llC"

f am forced also to note the apathy and till be*won. end soon or not, you will Catty, D T McCarty,

indifference of some others to the great That mulishness Is not a misfortunebut Ankona, Fla; A W Bale ;
; need of cleanliness about their yards a fault. That principle never_carries a flag of Welch Waycross, Ga: .

and Touching on this same truce. U A Moore Chicago:
o' premises. That there b a reverse to every medal. ,
t "' subject Editor Gardner In recent issue That some children seem to have got. Jacksonville; J H '

,of Our Sunny Land says ,most appropriate1y That some men will assert more in a ten into the wrong families. stown Ohio; Harry !
minute than they can in a
", under the caption "Must Be prove That you train a girl in the way she Ohio; C B Cody, ; I

> ; Forced:" There is a large That some people "in the swim" remind should l0 and she 8 ota Mrs. _T. .Marvin_M. ..... .r\tv,, ,

II ..., class of human beings who must be fore you ot dead fish ia aa eddy. That a thing never seems wrong till Interlarchen, Fla ; L D

to health and That Cuba's chief products just now Allen :
ed keep clean preserve you are caught at it. t Fla.; Joseph ;

do many other things that a sense oft seem to be yellow fever and funerals. That stolen cookie always tastes the Church, Savannah; Ga.

1 .' personal comfort danger and pride That New York's products this winter best York city; II E Patlen

would seem sufficient,but not so. There have been principally paupers andpneuDonia. I H Machattie, Hebe
L matt needs be laws to make them keep That some men teem to ask a blessing Nickert. St. Louis; J : !

'; : their premises clean to guard against That more people died up North the just to give the soup a chance to cool. yule N. C. J H

t '...' disease, to respect the rights of,others; in put year from pulmonary diseases than That man's first love is seldom his last. Pier Fla.; J S )

k ,S fact, there must be a law to cover almOSt by yellow fever in the South since Ply- That you should kiss the baby while D Higginbotharm F. I

: every action of the average human month Rock was found. you can for when she gets older she won't Banks New York city;

being. One neighbor will persist in That transportationally Florida is no let yon. Brooklyn N. Y.; A S

keeping a filthy yard to both the discomfort longer terminus but a gateway. That poverty is not a theory but a con ingns Dawson,
? and danger of himself and dition. wife.Miami Fla-;. F
'. ; and talk That love and hate are potent but it sonville Fla. 3
neighbors. Remonstrance That nod has employed nn one to widen ,
t amount to nothing. The law must be is money that is omnipotent. the narrow THE

fafoked and the guilty one will pay a -That the millionaires and corporations way.
r +; 0 Palm Smith
That rain falls the than .
more on just
furnish burden for the white
fine be could have avoided by doing I
: > the unjust, for more of the latter have Anna Fitz&ibbon
combined of this to bear.
men country
right It is low nature T A
umbrellas. Chicago; J
with selfish, careless ignorance and That it there was a tax of five cents a Middleby, Jr, Boston;
or safety from i it all the rich That if yon never expect anything you
f there seems no help tho\uand on words men Louisville; C R

'. except ia the law." would learn the deaf and dumb alphabet. will never be disappointed.That tian; F T Dawson, ;

4 That the workingman is poor because a wise man is pngzled over what Harris Harriston Va;
a he is not allowed to use the wealth be be does not understand, but a fool,never. York City; B E : t

a Have yon noticed bow much unproved produces.That That the capital of some men consists Ellingham, Mrs E

are the public school premises A little the fool and the philosopher are principally of wind. Va; Miss Alice ;

11 bustle a little attention the to town suggestions.ud.1 both taught ia the same school. That even the dogs now object to tax. 1 f Jones and wife ;
from .
.. representation. Rolfs, Lake City Fla
writers and ation without ;
: the of interested and That the most illogical
little effort on part
Nitdl kited..._ citizens resulted in the stupid. thinkers in this country' are col. ,That extravagance Knows no law. York. City- ; -M -E I 1
a1'ecdoa of a n best fence and the enclos- lege professors and their pupils. That the man who claims be can do I City; w t> ; :
Isaac[ Crocker, : .
i. are of the premises and how much it an That all Anglo-maniacs like about {bis everything generally does nothing. C Lewis, F H "i"L

,d'' : means to the appearance of the town country is its gold and its grub. That yon should always tell the truth Nickerson, Danvers, ) ;

t : e a s That no man has authority to tell you but not to everybody.That den. St. Augustine; I

.' .The Man On The Corner haa heard that yon will be saved by joining his if yon want a thing well done, Land, Fla; L A

things tarn paswn-by u he stood at church. pay somebody well to do it for you. Conn; Geo H Graves

; 1 his post of duty this season, until his That growling never does any good That the meekest little woman in the apolis; W L Haynes,

head is so foil of things be don't know and never,will. world will become an actocrat within son, New York City; ;

t. where to start to unload. One thing That little tombstones sometimes cast twenty-four, hours after marriage. Jacksonville P Deer : : ;

:. that I have heard complained of to no long shadows.That That if an office'doesn't seek you an Mrs H W Bessey i
is the turnstiles and gates B C Shackelford M A :
'_ little extent, a marriage certificate is often a officer may.
, : :.'" on the East Side Lake front path. Much better recommend than a college di. That cleanliness is next to godliness, I[ W Fussell. Atlanta;
, went the Louis; W R Harvey,
is the
1-- : more bitter ploma. but here it is next to impossible..That !
S across the Lake. liam Sankey, Thos ;
turnstile on the bridge
} ." Florida railroads used to begin
That poverty is never caused by liber F Rodman and wife ;
, ;0--. ,r S. o *
: ; somewhere and run through nothing to ality. I[ L Jacobs ;
:. r. Notwithstanding the fact that attendants nowhere. That to avoid the reputation of 'a liar New[ York City; Mrs

at the bridge are accommodating That a "Smart Aleck" can always be you should keep your mouth shot. L' Dempster,

FS polite and gentlemanly to everyone and told by sound if not by tight. That not everyone who talks much is Alexander and wife :

du every occasion yet the. fact remains a good talker. F C Miller Elmira.
God the nowadays
That it's help ;
that the bridge turnstile Is, of itself, a poor and wife, Salem, Ohio;
the rich take of themselves. watch but the devil
can care That angels preys.
> nuisance: of the first water. It is the wife, Pittsburg; Geo
4s plague of wheelmen, and a positive im- That the balance Wng on the right Tat a private purse is a better plat cettie, Str St Sebas

t' podtwn and unfailing source of just side of the ledger is not always a sure form to stand on than public favor. Daytona, Fla! H C

r complaint on the part.of women with sign that all is well. That yon should never waste wind on Hobe Sound, Fla;

baby carriages. If thefcridge management That this Government is not what the harsh words when kind words take less, R Pitzer !:

r must operate a checking scheme people'want it but what money makes it. ---*--.........-; Saratoga N Y; Thos

. .an their employes let some device be That Time is merciless but not omni Dedication Service, adelphia; L F Ellis : i

i- used that will sot aa unnecessarily in potent. -s .

i terfere with the convenience and comfort I Ii That work U' always a blessing and The West Side Congregational Churchwas A New

i t of the traveling public. dedicated to the service and worship .
always a curs
Yours OIIl1u Lookout, of Almighty God last Sunday night By the time: this
:' Tbat every fighting dog will meet of our readers a
The Ladies Aid had eyes
TH* MAN'ON TBS CORNEL Society: purchaseda
: ... match. handsome Brussels'carpet for the aislesof floating over our p
That the highest peaks enjoy the most the church and in front and back ot the great gratification !

laws) 3odaL.t sunshine. the seats ars and quite a

That yesterday's meal wont supply to The church was decorated with palms, An item or two that
' H.
and Mrs
. At the home Mr
issues of THE SUN
day's table. flowers potted plants 'and beautifulroses
55 Malthy last Thursday night was .
5: : socials That some men have fallen ia love the gifts of friends of the church.A H. M. Flagler, the
of the most enjoyable
one flag and as it was
: full choir, with Miss Rose Sandersas
with their own wisdom.
in this .. ,_ .
given town t 1<.."
tne Wait vu .1141 *
The pwadl/were illuminated with That you are responsible for what you organist, led congregation in singing t and at
and rend bred some excellent music. ed a new one,
.. Chinese lanterns suspended from the don't do as well as for what you do. afternoon it will be
Mr. Will H. Sanders sang'a fine solo, 1
eocoannt trees apd all about were scatter
That neither getting nor School and raised
. and the duet "Raise Me, Jesus, was
ed settees, Chairs couches and cushions,
y S moneymaking U.what churches are for. very sweetly sung by Miss Rose San. emonies.The
wbere aU could sit while being served to
That the only way to keep some children den and Miss Rickards, Mangonia. presentation
sherbet and cake.
ice cream quiet is to let them make a. noise. The preliminary services were con S. D. 'Paine, the
y Within the little cottage was one room
S quaintly arranged and furnished in the That sensible man never tries to ar. ducted by the pastor, Rev. S. D. Paine. Congregational

? style of "ye olden tyme" where George gue with a woman. Rev. E. B, Webb, D. D., of Boston, behalf of Mr. I |
preached the dedicatory sermon which speech will be made
Washington's great-grandmother, assisted : That a man always loses his temper and highly instructive.The ris, the principal of
was eloquent
; by her grand-niece- Mrs. John and his collar button at the same time. and other exercises
Messrs. C. Stowers
trustees J. ,
Hancock, presided over tea table. Here I That a man too proud to beg, too honest Geo. A. Gale god Win. Kelso, presentedthe sion will be given by ( )
served deliciously brewed tea i ia old :
was ..
to steal and too lazy to work generally church for dedication, The pastor
i fashioned! China which was kindly loaa- i
: lives by getting trusted. received it from their hands and. offered
tel for the occasion by Judge A. E. Hey. ...
that i That law and justice are not always the prayer of dedication.
ti : ser, the ware being some, was a
wedding of his mother's. The ,synonymous. Dr.Webb pronounced the benediction: Those who are ]
'I.. ancient dames refered to as presiding I That it may be wise to marry but there .e: Pugh, deceased, for
; \ t r will please remit to :.
is a difference between wisdom and sense
/ over this department were Impersonated i A Candid Hero. Miami. Fla. A favor

( '\ ia a most happy and effective manner i That anger shuts reason's eyea. by complying with tl .

by Mrs. Sackett and Mrs. L.D.Hillhouse That you cannot always judge a man's "Tell ma bow you felt at El Caney .

+, respectively. principles his profession.That when you were charging up that awfu 1
S Croquet bean auction, guessing bill in the face of shot and shell. A bright son of
about fifty miles
a woman camel
k contests, etc. furnished amusement for "My thoughts madam when I beard refering to a violin
of hair on her head-generally her own.
all and as a net result of the effort of the bullets singing all around me and shape of a turkey and

the ladles the sum of thirty dollars was That too much harmless amusement I could<>n't see the blamed Spaniatdsfiirng be turned it over on '

realized which was for the benefit of the does harm. !them, were utterly unsuitable for publication. its stomach with a & !

jJaioa Congregational Chorea Tha\ certificate of church member ."-Chicago Tribune. Patrick!how it did !' ;

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