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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: April 6, 1899
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
lccn - sn 83025639
System ID: UF00075915:00558
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Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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4 a., I Dade County Com t opened on Monday LIVELY LOCAL LINKS.. THE COUNTY TIDINGS 'Invest Some More.lbor L

PcopU M They Come and with the ,.- I HERE
Go-People lightest docket it has had for '. I II Hi AND THERE.

,Yoa May or May Not Know 'f many terms I What the Sim's Men Heard In The A'Budget of Whilldln s faith in the future,of ,

r ..- There were present the opening, A. Lively Local Whirligig Interesting Items From West Palm Beach is certainly not on the Scraps bon
of
I Regular
&: Correspondents. wane. "Invest TbU
Heyser, Judge and Improve" and That
A Kfiaag ef ,.tlOl&llC.mI-YlsltoPi I presiding F. S. Dewey seem to

tk. City, arts Cltlwai In Deputy Clerk. Sheriff Cbillingworth and A Mirror of Minor p., be his watch words-and he continues and Different Things.
1'1111Oil& R. R. Htpp alae Aeel- Very Carefully to do both. '* .
.r'lI. City.Mr Taylor Pros. Arty. Attorney, W. dents Coming Compiled and Confined to tilt '.a _
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I rr i, son and Jas. T. Saunders of Miami. W. Citizens of Dade County property may be mentioned the Massay Everybody ia GucraJ and
8 S e_ XoB4/
f. Union was up from.Del. I. Metcalf and Hntson B. Saunders of -i----... ... building, now occupied by the City:Mar la Particular
f. ,ray yesterday on a little West C. M. Gardner, of ket and the
shopping Palm Miami's
Beach. Bicycle Hospital
expe
Sunny the
TheID"JI'S
'duiort : ,answer Land SOVMIO.:. HiJEZZES.: ; vacant --+..,
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f : ing to their names were' W.- E. GUtnyarborosgh iu town to day in toe Iterest of lot between Bnrkhardt' and Strohm's There
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t Frank Gardner of -':"'- U E. his publication W. II. Cox. grc Miami, spent a Biiggs, B, F.Catter. postmaster at' this place point lot opposite shooti::_ to be found
I ewpi of dirt hut L .G. Lyman. Will If want I sent in his resignation of that.oow O*Ded and occupied at Kockledgc. Be i
1 week iuti-tg his Whidden, >tal.I you good bass and trout fil. that office, to by. sure to stop at Hotel Indian .
i t t notfcrr in tb City, F. Porter. Wm F.:Arwstr.! g, Jr."E E* ing stop off at Hotel Indian River .tat e effect April 1st. the Maltb) s; two vacant-lots at the corner i River.

' k I I Gcer..p.G,Strobm Rockledge. One of Fern and Olive Hotel Indian River
Marcus and Wm. M.Lamaart. night last! week streets and the orchestra
1 fnnr !tft S,,tur
' t tars, .hrr be will JM i .er the inter I j''I But two cases were tried to Rev. S. D, Paine will preach a.sermon tn jumping sprained fn her ankle quite severely the corner: ol Datura and-rnber Olive property on it pleasant for evening those unable concerts to making
etU of b:a plot D: r'a store. jury The m a bo..gy. She baa streets. have for
) I I.Mrs. nrjt. The Sunday night on the 'Thns far Mr. rambles
. : I Tabernacle' Baptist Church ol I "Temptations of i.inee been tIf,fil.td to her Whilldin has never pur. or sails, .
W, I. MC.ftlf > West Palm Young Manbor.d." room, but chased a lot that he --
Beach did
f me down from \s. Noah Hail, forci will. "be around again in a few days. not improve by We learn with pleasure that

IJ.lbourn* Thursday nis. have the the erection of some attractive structure, of Aldermen are pettim firore our Board

-: tnsta a few weeks with her family iiB'. res lution and ".!oM. "_._.!,.In.. a.. _... .,. reJn1larll1nntf".. ......a._...:__ __ .. n, -' _L_ foundation of aR..w and there is nc.thintr.. nw; to inrli..t.__. _. '""_ """'''.A ._ __ .. .,_,. for townimprovement
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-\4 "VII' ---.J .uK uo .A1onaay,the e<1 }taCk1tg bl'lise YUl 'n"'AK BOU Illls.au be ,
, s damage. Metcaif laid on the change in the rule he .r..w..ca. :a&
usual has
41..1 routine followed
jas. K. uiamurrs Worley for business corner here.
pUio- t.eingotransacted of the
l K-H wontwty with Canal aid likely to
B soon be
t ).sir launch TberelU for 'Paytona Jiff H. B. Saunders for d floda4t. Steam and will -yntcn Boulevard tofore. In fact on the lots only recently about. brought
where launches
push the
make work
i' ,JK) will rest State vs. Charlie Patterson fur carless- two trips daily of com' purchased on Evernia street he has
' Spend tbe of\he *eison.AIvX.J. from Hotel Indian River dock jleling, it as fast as the material
arrives.
ly and down one nice
in a threatening the cott'ge completed<<: another The annual
i 0 0I' )I, GoodeTtft for Da)tona a deadly weapon. Fjuud manner guilty exibiting and J river to "Fairy-land. Don't miss it. Mr, Julius JCaumkr, Mnj, Boyuton's partly done and plans prepared: for. Plo nC1a4a was held sate Monday of bicycle at the

t llocday where be wiH spend the rest of fined |io ana cass or 60 days in jail. REMEMBER the D me Social-to be i had energetic, superinteudeut$ of building, buildings on the next. wheels being auctioned off to night the the

;the 1btrtJla Kr'M,>n runciug Chamber launch J. J Peters plead guilty to selling liq- held at Mrs. Haugh's, Friday evening, on his right eye quite severely injured As fast as his houses are built they are est bidder About t.4.lIt7beda: high

Cur without a license April 7th. ALL Saturday last by a nail flying acd occnpi d by desirable thus were
fined '50. aud attend. are cordially,invited t o, striking him tenants, aud in disposed of, the pries raagtug
Grahaat W. coats or days in on tie eye-ball. lie Is fact there are several frr.nl te to'20.
King one of Dude's most 90 jail. _____- t ting get. L applicants for each
'taergetlct worthy "ad Chicago Cottage Organ Co There along nicely, new, however, and I. souse as fast as ereaea, so what t
p%pular young vs. G. are will is of
|ten from )1u alf settled. The 1'1 many pleasant drives 10 be ,be all right again in a week vast good to the The Dime Social to be
w l up his i fulford l truck fat lit court businesa prac had at Rockledge all or two. town in the way of pub held at Mrs.

4 I1., |hli i wee C long enough,to attend tically woupd up Tuesday night This front. In stopping at the along the waur o AUK.tg the guests of "The Boynton" lic improvement is alit a good business Hangh's Friday evening April ytU

to Mue_ lmpunant business ic tow... will probably.be the !last ll .,.. Court may at the office- ber f d musical,
held s :
at Juno. + Baltimore MdMr. .t.Se P1.n4 and seeks to pjrograname has been .
MrI.l N : ; lambert meet it. Tu: a.
Prunrci .
who has been The Palm i U Stns ranged'ahto
spend
Beach ee baa
in
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Ian gtd the urged recitations
] closed Monday cnimissioatied brtsittcss the rove tt tent ol .. and games .
I'i the slate t- moscjt ...._
?with bis tUter, Mrs. L A COURT NOTES. as advert; __ __ at.d io. the intuesIJI ,.. .... .__ i h ..._ ..t _
.. '"-- .- Jit'd.. ADd--- OJ..t-a .U......_-' -.--- rJ- -} -; ... "..- ...ua1": U5ea In -rftI.L.-- w._ .';.'....n... '.L utI: L ton al11.-- ''''''
-I\&Stic.,'oao" n] Tl1ad1y alonlillg fu St. The exemplary patience of Judge Her will see. the Royal Poinciana closed af all along,the East, Coast, looking [was well established and"tvea'narr' The tnurists.-arc "f .,v.

bete he will spend ,a:few ser was severely tried ter the most for vegetables for are pr.paYer. we now rapidly leaving \I
during
t
T4J8 Wang frk&idllklufC the term, history. prosperous 'season of its the early northern to state there, is a-coa- Palm Beach, for their n"rther' "
returning; to bJ'contending counsel, and marketHe was unable, I staiitly growing'deinand. and itf homes
his some at K i imlllee. threats only the to find.any : for well.fnrn. a week pr ten,days the East Sure '
of
calling the summary aid of the i however until he came to Boynton shed houses, and that is which has
A large lot of shells sad room for pmfi. ptesental *scans of.
j The Jacksonville Mttropolis anocuncvs sheriff produced order, on one or two oc for Mayor Whilldin are to arrive soon he says the growers of this place will table investment: in that line for more life and gaiety for the past few o much
casions. and be months, .
the ixmJval to & Augustine oj offers our citizens generously ship more vegetables' than all the towns than the one persoa who-has been doing will be almost entirely deserted.

Gurdan IL Broome, one of ItedeV dis Richard Field acted as clerk for the walk shell 'for their side- south of here combined Be is so so much to meet the pressing need. .

tiHgauhed legal lights where he w U Board of Commissioners in Clerk Quim- the depot gratis, if they will'. haul them from pleased with the prospects here that he .- ..- :Tuesday.night Deputy Sheriff M.. R.

undertake the )'s absen ... -=--- Infl'nil.._, .. +. 'A_ _LL. '_' -- John. caDle dOllln from !lOt .r..M,._. ft__ _
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praciue of his profession -- '" "'A nlCo WllU us uutil after -- -- -- An"with
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b the Ancient City. We think that. a little more deference The monthly report of the County shipping is well under way. Have you. paid your poll tax ? two negro boys by the name of

S. C. CoxL to the Court by counsel, would- be more School Board appears ob the fourth page On the evening of Mar. .... Blaine whom be had arrested for piss
representing the Western 25th Prof. J. ing or
creditable of this attempting
to them and add to the week's paper. The F. Berk The to pass counterfeit
Wheel 1 digni. Board met in gave one of his celebrated Little Folks.
Works Chicago steri-
city the first 01'the week trying was in the ty of the bench. A, flat contradiction last regular session in th\ School Hall here optican lectures in the main hall of the -- -- money They were taken to Juno jail
to establUh Of the Court by counsel is Tuesday.' second Quite a number of little yesterday pending a trial of their
floor
an agency for the "Crescent"bictclci. tonal uapr Cess- / ---,_- __, of "The Boynton. The tots and young case. {

Mr Cox i is a retire.1' expert proof,and to discourteous the ,. and merits, re, MARRIED!; : at Jupiter, Fla., Wednes ertertainuient was given for the benefit thanks folks are for,due Re J. R Walker many A pleasant surprise party, in honor, of

Of rider, having made the circuit for over do differ say from least. Counsel may and day night, Miss Addie Lee Damon to 1 of Byynton Tent No. I, Knights of the their so kindly contributing to Miss Fan.'ie Luce, was given at toe
pleasure
two years, with such professional ridersu but their the Court in its' ruling: Charles Carlin, Miss Damou sent her Miccalxes, and consisted ol views of for the and in a way>o enjoyable, residence of Mrs. Leon on Datura street,

Coopet Bawld and others He protest should at least be in respevtful resignation to the Superintendent Hawaii, P.rt) RUM, Cuba, the Philip house of Captain and )Mrs. Tuesday evening. About twelve
wear of J. R. or
t deference. ; Anthony, and the
o. as a witch charm, beautiful Public Instruction pine, as well as S"me txcel: nt spacious grounds fifteen coupK-s were .
a gold, medal to-day as teacher of l pictures present, and the
' which i It .... i the school and ph'd of nrrounding it, was the place selected io evening
one of his trophies that he at Neptune. .I grp.plis the various entertain the was delightfully Dt in Social

von in alive mile race, making the time Pay ,Your Poll Tax. The"Christian;; Endeavor winter resorts clng the East Const of o'clock last little folks from 3 to 15 games, dancing, etc. Refreshments

f In t.ct thnn eleteD rninntnst -.-.. IInl'r..1. ,....t. .L_ will hold a Fldrlila Tl.f r..u.llViif. was tii.hlvpleased ,. Saturday. afternoon. wt'r served &hout II O'cOCIL___.
"III: DOUse ---,1 AI a n
01 woa
1& loIri,
Haugh. with aiciiv intrr
tL- uctnre IIUIJT sti"g
' ,The annral\ttm'of the death of Saturday of this week is the last day opposite the Congregational Church on tial sum was placed iu ,the and a substan them all in their innocent child.IVwatch James Prevail, Doc Jenkins,.Dan Rob-

I James 0 Nelson at St. Augustine fri on which jou can pay your poll tax in Friday evening
order to be qualified to vote at the lo to o'clock. A _"s, Walker Mrs. quartette of
from
day night occasioned general surprise in County pleasant program may Sherman and Miss An young men here who
Site Election in Ma Do be expected end all DElKAY DOiXGS. thony. have just concluded
this town Saturday morning, while it ) not fail to cordially invited. Refreshments were served dur a month's camp

v came as a terrible shock to his wife, w'ho, aud see that you hold receipts for bi.tli 1897 Arelius Russell, H. J.Thornton s shipping some fine ing the,tcrn'on, and all too soon came hunt in the Everglades. Two of the

with her six little children were living i&Ji,as both a.e ntcssary to I* qual Worth hoy but formerly a Lake tomatoes. the hour for departure. Tis said one boys, Due Jenkins and Dan Roberts, decided

oa the East Side in ified The tax must be paid sooucr, or now residing at Lemon little, lassie showed her to locate on homesteads back
one of the little City appreciation of
George
cot passed by
Cole
later and it thanugb West colored, has
is best Palm Cytler
commenced did
to Beach so
it and indulging in not return
tages near the Roy aJ Poinciaua Chapel. pay now be Tuesday on his to market his of x little cry because "I don't I the others. this week with
Mr quahfii. to exercise tie_franchise of way to Columbia. S. C., crop tomatoes, which is i want to go home
.Nelson for a I et"AII
i
was m'\n of the where he a
building c.tlzen. ; goes on quite a very promising one. .. .
stark done last year Ad rf that: about to Every goad citizen owes it to misS'iol&-but we momentous P. H. I concerned tender, a vote oi thanks We are happy to
* he dons this himsill"and to his community to attend won't tell the nature of Loud Jr., was in town Wed. to Mr. Walker Mrs. Sherman wy that our town
year on U e Flagler premises. it until netwek and the was never in so good
neslay a financial
to night
this and
a The matter of so great importance. addressed the truck. young hostess, Miss shape.
left
family for St Augustine Anthony, an'llIIoou't Out of debt
ti ..... The ers His talk was a very be tOl\"o. warrants as good as I
low interesting
unusually to hear
Saturday whet the funeral and burial --- e. water In the Lake one. sorry of another enjoyable gold, and, bright
made it Mrs. prospects ahead.
u services were held. Bit Crop Returns. very difficult for the steamer W L. Sherman and Mrs. S. S, outing some time soon. the wise Under

''Gladys to met..1a..di.,..'hp., "D"'e. :._ f.intfin; spent W.../4n..c.: <4tv::. at W..d. ... .P..I...... Te little !olks .nrl'f'nt. .....ru._ 111 .__b .-"--- -management-. -- of chr.u.-/4 Ku-
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In
Already the truckers are beginning iorta.ue Court,and litigants to and from Juno, Beach visiting all phci of iUcjest. Glenn Willie Glenn Celia Grant, Fannie man for mayor council the "and a VWIVCaa

Epwortb League program.itTDAY what '* this week. Some few curses, loud it Revs. Kegwin and Thomas Otwell, Price'Weybrecbt, I town is taking on a
greater demand than sup not and Elder Freddie new aapec A move for
town
I ply: m.us to the deep we fancy were registered Lyman went to Miami Hurber Eddie Hurber. Eugenie sewerage
maa who is so fortunate against to attend the Heim, is
APRIL 9,' 'B99.t the belated coming next Oar present : e
Weave and impatient 1'resbytery Philip ileum municipal
Subject, "The Holy Garments"Ephri as produce to ell. Tomatoes passengers. place. which is iu session at that M .ffatt Jessie Mullikin Gracie government is in ninny ways aa object F
ate nettiLg from At the Gladys Moffa't' Addie
four Thorn-
ft dollars annual meets lesson for other
of
ns 30.34 5 Romans vi, 4- upwards g th La.11 !o' I I towns.
Several ason, Vivian
.: Leader-Frank Idner. per cr.ic and other vegetablesces Guild of II.lTri.it, iiisbi. u of West visitors have been here this i Bradley Henry Bradley,

t t4 4- Opening'Song:' No. 4 a. : in, proportion. THE SUN is still 1'almBea h. hdrll.H.t Ai 'u da".aj.! rutxu. week looking over the ora.:ge silts, and I IlII'ere Richard Wilder Bessie Waters Lillian The telephone line' is up between

J h fr_ of the opiLiOu that in this pert of the, ihe following offices A-re -.ictei i. very ouch taken with the SUrroundiugs -I Tindt.ll, Mamie Tiodall, Chas. Gruber Boynton and West Palm Scach. Venter-
r
I r Ciiauiy i;ere 'wtil" be as nth tied the ei'su'pjt : > I Emm .Barter, Lizzie Milburn, Willin da E. F Hayus l
X0. tfxRfaiiiog nt as vent : ire went '
Sony Gus I. M'I('... ,, ; M.lbura o\ n to Lantana
Sen
1 auJ Eexplanetion of Lesson there w, old had the freeze not struckExplanation. prM'.en;; Mrs FraB'' E'eri'e. ;. ices were held at the school house I Cyril Happersett Guilda and waited all the way ".I.t to town
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l .ta.ler this regil1; pi si'\llt ; Mrs G.td"'r. '?!;,Cr.tat)., and I Monday evening for the purpose of burn lIapPttselt.Willie Weybrecht Alice Mil carr>ing with him some extra wile with

ap .'" -e--_ Mrs. Jvhn B. K-n h, trc ordaining,the Elder and Deacon of the He'aud Evans and Roscoe which he repa'red five breaks
urer of
c3fe& atfer. t < I the
.1 a3f new
Presbyterian I Anthony. line
I "t tit < Church. eiroute. The breaks
'r..tin .
'r 1 g Nit. rue', :" j' 'kIY Frillay Jast a -WfliY. launc-!> .r r-" n y.. ..--.." .I..'... ._. :_ _, Mrs. Sherma.n__n -anti_ _"r.. U'..._.H.A...c._ __.-S .-..--I hv ", _,,__ .. were occasiolJ-
aLa ilC\CU UJ ,
.Q\IIU UI0I..i toe
organized u''aJg line t ){) taut
;crtpiurai Referel1 r t lIIem. given by the Metcalf fam lie as chaperones and
In regard to Mayor Whilldin !> to a cum'J' Thursday not making
sufficient
berg and visitors : using I her of Iteir friends The Light the First Presby-: allowance far the
some shell for sidewalk at I launch The- t.rtan Church cf --.. swaying < Prayer, purposes a rella left the Airy with a mein- the line is in
d '. building in course of construction on city dock at ii o'clock b rshlp of nine. M. K L man Called Home. many places! attached.
) was
running
Song No. ioAnioorcen to
Evtruia street, we will slate that nine Hypoluia: Bench where all appointed );tier aid Adolph Huffman 40--

tints.Jo dray loads were borrowed for this hanlsdisembarkedtgatheted shells on JJca un. Mr. L. J. 'Ballard, who with his family f A movement is on fo..t am< ig a i

;' CI"sing bong. Xo. 25: : U be replaced on street repairs purpose the beach and had a lu-ich. The afternoon Mrs. Blackmer! chaperoned has been spending the winter ia \Vest'a i::' number young men of the city to form

LeaJ.te,Bt-ntdiction. from five carloads to arrive this week forth i was partly enjoyed in visiting the young people who attended party the of I I Palm Beach received a telegram Friday t'I| debating society, with the joint object '
Preaching senicvs M ". m. and 7.15p.w thrifty gardens of Scotia party ]of improving their minds
O1a.oThis Farm, at at announcing the serious and
.. ? matter was arranged Hypoluxo Boynton Friday evening last. Thosea.ending I ill-ess of hisI passing {
... _.jcabiy with Mr. Flagler's agent. where Mr J. Brown the owner were Misses Irene Rickards father, and left that night for his home j! pleasantly a few hours each week during

And now it Is a common report 03 tie Tronfti le shell to arrive the mayor will kindly premises.showed the visitors over his and Ina Black mer, and Messrs. James I I I at Troy, Palr.. Ballard senior, was 90 the that dull the summer season. It is pn-pose

reets that arrangements have hen a I furnish a supply to any citizen gratis took Returning nightfall ever Rickards J. G. Fenno and W. .years of age the day the news of his ill-1!'twicea i i society meet once, or siilly ,

made for a small hotel if nothing more, for sidewalk purposes. I them of same: time tefore the bright 'Blackmer Jr. Dancing and music W'I I I"e>> was received here, sad the son sta-j:I week when the chairman will ;
lights town e announce the subject
:: for one *f the items on the coming suoi- of the were reached. The guests 'the order of the evening ted that it was hardly possible that at j,tb to be discussed at
occasion <- next
AUCt', program. Dame Rumor. says i it A splendid violin, fifteen years fagsto anti were Hou. A. W Taylor -e- __ such an advanced age his father Maud I)l I meeting and appoint the pros '

I will be.located ou the Lake Front and t fint- lass condition, can 1 be bought family and Mr. and Mrs J. W. $25.00 Reward recover from tbe attack of grip from:'beart.cons., Suffering humanity, take f
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''for f : Instrument Woodruff of Salem 0 and Rev. and For -- which he was suffering. Mr. Ballard's The prob'tms of Church aud
at a point 11I08cJuvenient of access to 15-00 guaranteed. hits S. D. a pocketbook lost between ;: by which
Paine of this the wife i; we have been
Ute depot Address cue town. A New and daughter will remain confronted
"Violia Tsoncu SUN most Seminole Hotel and the a couple for
enjoyable time more than
had postoffice. of eighteen
was
by alL weeks longer, when bundled
C Leave it at the Hotel office. they, too, will are', years
have for their northern home approaching: a speedy and happy
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Fas II TAYEDllON1 I CAPTAIN-PHILIP -EVERY 31 CHEWED.. THE BOYNTONI I j

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When the yellow and red flag was .1- '

pulled down on the Almlrante Oquendo HOW A PRECIOU3 PLUG PAS ED DOWN A pleasant and convenient hotel jest '
the commander of the Texas gave the THE CHEERING UNE.A built and furnished located O4 .
newly
The First American'.to order to his, men: "Don't cheer because
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Hoist of .
Does Your Stationery: the ocean beach In the town : Boyaios.foot
the devils
the Stars poor are dying. fl.'IlU.trmtloB.( lh.V !...( 'I'.baeo of Lake Worth twelve miles south
and Stripeson Evening Sun.' be reached by F.
MlMet JVh Had L..a Beet WltkratItIt of PJm Beach. Can
The victor looks B. C. R.It. hundu Mil boat of
the
Cuban Soil over shotchurnedwave Urowt and gut sod Drink t.saldl.r. 0 m or by
Suit You ?
a earner.
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At the riven ship of his foeman brave A quiet place with pleasant sarroondines -
TWO OTHER And the men in their life blood lying; "It has struck me right along that for parties who wish to reouii for
CLAIMANTS. And the Joy of conquest leaves his the newspapers of the yellow variety .. a period to enjoy the healthful climate

eyes, have been making a terrific hullabaloo Next to his wearing apparel- there is nothinga o. Southern Florida. away from tk*> F
Who Actually Hoisted the But inSecurity The lust of fame and of battle dies over the way things were run down In hnrlT-burly of large ftsbkmab'e b tr1l.
Flag And he says; "Don't cheer; they're Cuba I'orto Rico and in the American really neat roan is so particular about as No formality no stiffness ever ytMajj
and Merely to 'dam fig ramps, with very little reliable In- pleasant and sociable. -
formation upon which to base their tbe quality and appearance of his Stationery.Andiaverytruih.it Good large pleasant worn, and
the Honor. Why leap our hearts at our llobson's charges." said an officer of the Twen homelike table service can be obtained

name ty-fourth infantry (one of the negro does proclaim his bus for{aooper day and upwards. Special

n..............A........Datt..Eaplett, Or at his who battled his way to fame regiments( ) to the Washington Star rates by the month.

I ..........._ ... ....,......-0..... .. Our flag In the far East flying? J man. "I didn't see much to complain {mess as a neat fitting and stylish suit of Ml or address for further partkuars,
The about under the circumstances downin
nation's
deeds
spirit these revealBut
Attach kjr eta ... THE OYN'rOS Boynton Fla.
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none the less does that spirit llt'lllIn Cuba and I had a pretty fair chanceto clothes the
". >*4..IIM ..|wUh. Isis at ...-...* the words: "1>on't cheer; they're see what was going on. The only proclaims man. -
lord! .lt wnt (........... dying. genuine critli-ismju fact that I haveto -

I Tie return are all In DOW and It U make refers to the scarcity of tobacco G. W. .IDNBR{ & SON :
It will if it is
tine to rvudvr. a rerdM as to the Cycles have passed since, Bayard the among the troops down there. ,
rtalma for tln honor of having first brave- Tobacco was at a premium during the i
fcoUtfd ttu American flag on Cuban Passed since Sydney the water gave. greater portion of our stay la. Cuba furnished you by rand
oil after the declaration of war with On Zutpheu's red sod lying; and the soldiers who were deprived of Jewelers.Q<
FI IIL But the knightly echo has lingeredfar it would very willingly have laid for ,
it at any price of its weigh in gold.
tare Th routrct baa narrowed down to It rang in the words of the Yankee I don't thick it would be possible tooverestimate the right kind of a house, present a nice appearance Opticians.
teen, ill naval Omt,"", One wasa tarWhenhe the value of tobacco to t

roBOf Ftntixn. who. In May stuck said: "Don't cheer; they're troops undergoing a hard campaign. and make-a good impression which Souvenir Sjioons( Sea Shells
tp a aniall fag on a deserted sand dying."-Charles W. Thompson It is bread anti meat and drink to a Curios Novelties, Toys,
K7 oa the\ north roast of Cuba and soldier enduring the hardships of war. would not be the case if you used shoddy Lea her Goods.

then promptly went away. No rntmywas ROOSEVELT'S BEEF It is at once a stimulant and a tonic Musical Goods and Strings
near and the wholo protvedingwas STEW. and its value iu allaying hunger is paper that was poorly printed. '. Fishing Tackle,
.
farrtrttL TM next claimant was .
well known to experieuml command Photos
the gallant ......utt'Ultlit't1or Blue, of Hew tb. Cole**! Ch<4red His Hen. at lib era Queer as it may lIt''m. chewing Now while speaking of houses that are Stationery,Ink.
the 8mranet, who, on May 3i, whilerrrunnultrrinf Own 1:........ at*Critical Tlai. tobacco also allays thirst I know
NEWS DEPOT-DAILY PAPERS.FiiefateUJeielriBspairiii.
along the aoutlernpest An Incident illustrating CoL Roosenit' this because I've tried it Another "right," we mutt not fail to mentionTropical .
In a boat, lauded for a few
devotion to the men of his regiment punt with reference to tbe chewingof .
mmueuts near. lHafuIrt put hit boat tobacco soldiers lu'Ii
was told by Trooper Burkhohler by campaign
flagpole In the b'eeb. saluted I. and
Is that all of the old-timers swallowthe
of the
L rough riders, who, before returning 1
then
took it up re-mlwrkfd and proceeded of the weed. They allow .
to his home In Phoenix Ariz., juice "
un bin way spent a few days at the home of his that it is apt to'make fellows not usedto 'The first door Nwrth.' }atraaeeI19 i >
NHibrr of the** was the real thing. friend, John Palmer, on Throop avenue handling it in that way a bit sick : -s. to S..I.'c Hvtcl, ',
ll ilb were. done in nrrurltjr merely aamvittonb near Middletou street, Williamsburg.13urkbulder at first but they bay that the stimulating ,
abut with a view to claim- was all through the active effect of the plant is lost if the I WEST: PALM BEACH FLORIDA. 1

lag the 1au ur. campaign with the rough riders and returned Juice is tXllt't.tonttt'tl.
Taw waD to whom the hono0 rightly with them to Camp WiLoff. "1 'uever had a better illustration of ,
..-...1&... the one _actually.. In the lie was away on furlough ou amount the value of tobacco to men who had Subscribe for THE SUN
t Hue of duty, In the bears of the 1
of a slight attack of swamp fever long been hankering for it than ou
i rurcuejr'e rwuutry, anti In imminent when the rough riders'were musteredout the day of the San Juan fight The .
danger of attack made the unit bona. ,'and thus missed, as be puts it." black soldiers of DIY outfit of the
fhle raUlug of the ftars and Stripes In ail vpportuuitv to hay good-by to the Twenty-fourth had been entirely to- I Sun :
Clematis Avenue
I Cut*. and war fully prepared add de- most gallant commander and the truest baccoless almost from the* time we -
trttuliHtl |a defrud It during his pro- man that a soldier was ever privilegedto lauded In Cuba and it wasthe hardest
loosest guardianship of It war Lieutenant kind of who .
fight under. a deprivation upon men Store-
Arthur II. Dutton. U, K. X., who, "Only us few men who were with bad been used for years to consumingthe Supply ::

OQ June .., babied the starry banner him. said Burkuolder "know how weed In all its forms. The men
over an Ud Ppanbh fort at Banes considerate be was of us at all times. missed tobacco particularly after Which eiijoys a well merited reputation for ::-WettPalmBeatk.J. .FIortdaiy ,
ClllKU There meals After they got outside of their j jIe
was one case in particular that D. MATHIS
Tbe. drrunwtantt were interextlngatttl Illustrates this better than any I can coffee t.,ey would get together and furnisjiing high-grade work. THE SUN has P.opmior.

S 'j4 1ure mue. The Slow-enter, upon recall' It hapi*>ued after the tight talk longingly of tobacco aud I could *' tseaew.r Br *I s. .....",eelream del
nblch lieutenant Huitou wa serve the l best equipped Job Office along the East
at La Quasimas. The men were tired Just Bee their teeth leaking for It but
I> lug bad gone Into,the Inner port of with the hard parch anti the fighting there wasn't a quarter of au ounce to alf Motto- -gnick Salt ud Small ProBu.
luuea. a landlocked harbor Home ; and hunger was gnawing at everystomach. be bad. 1 don't hesitate to say that Coast, and is better prepaied now than ever

Bilra from the act, tie only approach Besides, we bad our first the men of my company weru't quite! Bakery goods and
men killed there, and taking it aU In the name without toltjicco anti a number before to meet all tbe requirements of the Family Groceries

all, we were in au ugly humor. The of them frankly said that they'd f
s usual shouting cracking of jokes, and rather bt without grub than to bo trade in that line. .....My Specialty,
suatchen of song were missing, and tobaccolexs.
I everybody appeared to be In the "On the morning of the San Juan Goods delivered free to any part *

dumps 1 suppose we were all thinking scrap I came Into the proud possession High-grade Work :- : of the City or across the Lake.
L of poor Ham Fish and the rest of of a one-pound plug of chewing: to- All Orders Gim Prompt Attsailsa.

the poor fellows who had been dropped bacco. I'm not going to incriminate Is the kind THE SUN does, Goods First-Class nd Frein.. Highest
In the short scrap. myself by stating how I happened to
"Well, things hadn't Improved a bit get the ping but I got it all the same. prices paid for country produce.

e \ In fact, were gettipg worse along toward A short time before it came our turn Buy of me and I will nave you mosey f.Fgr

mt'at) time when the Ci>k>uel be- to go into the action I prodiifced: the and the only kind. We have found through .
gan to move about among& the wen plug aud handed it to the big blacktop r'8IeVeLE.

shaking encouragingly to each group.I Sergeant of my ('Owllan.Yuu an experience extending over a number of '
guess be saw somethfeg was up ought to have seen his eyes stick out ;

and no doubt be made up his mind when be caught sight of the plug. years that U pays to do this, for when you
1'a then and there to Improve at least 11 'Just pass it dow!! the line,' I told)

the humor of the men. 'fbl're'jan old him 'and let each,of the toys take a once get a customer be will s ick, knowing : H0SPIT1L.General
saying that a man ('UD best be reached nibble off ifThe .

through his stomach, and I guess he sergeant took a bite off the that what is done for him will be done BIGHT,
believed In that maxim. Shortly afterward plug himself iimHhen handed to the
tik we saw the Uolouel, his cook and first duty sergeantThe whole company and In a manner that will be'' both pleasing Repair Work... .
two of the troopers of Company I was 'on to' the presence of the % Enamelling a Specialty.
strike out along the narrow road to- plug of tobacco In the outfit by this and attractive.
ward tie town, ana we wondered what time and they net up a cheer. They .
was iiji. It was probffbly an hour or just forgot alb about the itfl(>eiiaiii:; Kgi6ridiWksF6rSiiiaaTiReit.COnPLETE! .
I Ie so after this, anti during a little re:.t- fight they were so tickled over the
lug spell Iu our'tll.t' of clearing sight of the tob&cco. The plug went I I And that's the' .
ground and making things a little down the line every man.taklng offa .
bite, and then It started the line LINE OF SUNDRIES.
1J1t'T.. ABTBVB B. DOT DN. camplike that the savory and almost up
--- I forgotten odor of beef stew began to and toward me again. It certainly did
r to It being a narrow tortuous channel weep through tht clearing. Men who dwindle In size that plug of tobacco. Cheapest after all.Even
Which It would hire been perfectlyeasy were working stopped short and began By the time it got into the hands of the GEO. s. ADAMS;
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" tor the enemy to bare mined or to sniff, and those who had stopped top sergeant it was Just the size of
!!' otherwise blocked and bare had the work for a breathing spell forgotto one good chew which the men had PROPRIETOR.
Gloucester at their mercy. To forestall breathe for a second. Soon they by careful calculation, saved for me,
t any such attempt by the Joined in the sniffing and I'll wager 'the loot'nant' Did I take it? Well though you might be able to send elsewhere WEST PALM BEACH. .

who were near by at Nlpe 8panllb.1 every one of us was sniffing as hard I gut$ yes and swallowed every bit f .
r biome and troop. IJey as he knew how. Oh, but didn't that of the juice like all the rest of tbe for your Stationery and pave possibly

mander Walnwrigbt, smell fine We -weren't sure that it men. And I can tell you It tasted Segd TO? $ui? Your job) UorlcE.H.DIMICK/
Glouceter. sent mutton, with onlyerea 4 a few cents on an order amounting to several '
was for us. but we bad a smell of I h good. The men threw their shoulders
men la a email boat to the outer quickly drooping back under the stimulus of the tobacco
anyway spirits re-
!:. harbor, to repel any such attack. vived, and as the fumes of the boilinj and became perky and sassy and dollar, remember that time is consumed and

With his email but well armed and stew became stronger the humor of flghty all through-and I suppose you West ,
: fearless party, Button proceeded down the men improved. We all Jumped to remember what the Twenty-fourth did delays occasioned l in doing so, and that if Proprietor'Palm

the Liver and by evening had reached our work with a will.' and picks in the San Juan fight? I had the chewin
,- o a IlulDt which suited his purpose. Occupying shovels and axes were plied in racehorse my mouth, enjoying it hugely when mistakes should occur, you will have more or ,

the abandoned paulb fort, fashion, while the men would the last of the three Mausers that 4
he hoisted the Cokin over it. upon ,stop now and then to raise their head plugged me got me In the hips, paralysing less trouble in getting them recd e I. BeachDrug
r" the fort'a own flagstaff. a challenge to and draw a long breath and exclaim: me from the waist down for a
the ruemy. All that night and -theifit 'Wow! out that smells good.' couple of months afterwards and, as
r;;. day, until relieved by the Ulondvter I didn't become unconscious I enjoyedthat rStore .
> "We were finally summoned to feed, The Sun Guarantees'Satisfaction .
herself coming out, Dutton chew even after I was hit"StOOO
; 'held the tort" with his devoted little and then you can Imagine our surprise. -- **
There 'was big boiler and beside it ..
land of sturdy blue-jatket. but fur a : Offend for a Nap.I .. .
... nately the Spaniards were too lazy a crowd of mess tent men dishing out I A wealthy merman from Wisconsin, "

r r ,tr too ruwardly to attack him and he real beef stew! We could hardly believe .. In a fine spirit of patriotism enlisted as and Roinciana
our and I bad to taste mine He Royal PtaacyDKALEB8
: > cam rut In safety, although a very eyes a private soldier. proved a good ,
mall (ores eoul.l readily hare obliterated first to make sure it \vasu i u dreirm. one, but the exacting duties of camp
his handful of own.An You should have seen the expression life soon grew irksome says the and is right here at home, where it stands .
ion the faces of the men as they gulped Cleveland "Plain Dealer." III-
Incident of the when
, affair was
I down that stew and we all laughed. One night be was detailed to stand ready at all times and under all circumstances
a Cuban officer, with wlwuMWamwririit -
.. New York .
was In communication learned when one man yelled: guard over an ammunition wagon. It
, of ntton'a perilous poaition. lie offtred M A nd it's got neat onions in it too!" was a chilly' night and the rain was to fulfill its contracts to the letter. It you Drugs Toilet Articles
I to send a force of insurgents A "After we had loaded up we beganto falling. To and fro he plodded until ,
f kelp the little party but Wainwright wonder where it all came from and his patience was exhausted. are not satisfied with work you may have
F promptly declined the offer, with a.ml. then the two Troop I men told how the "Corporal of der guard!T" be roared Fine Stationery and
t .... "It woolu not be safe" he told Colonel bad purchased the potatoesand "dake my gun. and vatch lees vaggin gotten elsewhere and wish a changetln the
f the Cuban offim." for anyone not in onions while his own cook secured a leetld vile. I vant to go und speak

I'nck Sam'a uniform no matter who the meat from Sibouey. mIl der colonel style or grade of your Stationery, Druggist Sundries.
: i they .were to approach Dutton' position "You probably won't believe it but The corporal demurred but the Ger- *
now its u take no '_ Lieutenant Dutton la a native of velt almost ftiO and be bad to pay natured, non-comish' took his place. PreflcriptionsCarefolly CompoundedEast
Washington. It. c.. and graUuated thirty-odd good American dollars to Up to the colonel's tent the German Send in a trial order Coast Btu ine88 Solicited.

! _s taws the Xaral Academy In 1885 His get the onions, but then he knew what hastened. The colonel was there. The .
father an officer In the regular ry, his men wanted and it was always his private. saluted." for anything you may need WEST PALM HUARH.( 6-1 o.tWhiddon's )&
! was klllfd In the Civil War. men first with him. There was a "Colonel be abruptly Inquired,
rush to his tent when we learned this, "vat's dot vaggin of ammunition down

t I A. I...... Apple Tr... and if you ever heard the cheering I'm by der end of der camp worth"
sure you wouldn't wonder why the The colonel knew the German In- in the office or counting room-Letter Heads
A farmer of Wen Dresden Me. hat Market
timately. In fact Louis
rough riders all love their Colonel"I as everybodycalled
i an apple tree In his orchard which I see" said Burkholder. that in him was a general favorite, and Note Heads, Statements Tags, Envelopes
f measures I feet 10 Inches In circumference
: a foot from the ground and at his address Colonel to told the men at Camp Wlkoff story highly of regarded his personal by all sacrmce.who knew the Card!!', Bill Heads, Bills of Lading, Counter Is Prepared to Supplyyou
the how be tad to hurryat
the height of aix feet the trunk branches
f- "Yea. vot's It worth? Is it worth "
the San Juan Hill
tight to save himself with
Into four limb almost as Urge. Its Pads Circulars Hand Bills Pam
: from being run over by the men.That's five hoomlred dollars Dodgers, 'V
full of crooks
limbs
great are aa4 angles "
"More than that, I said the
r' but the whole makes a O9t just like him to say that; but colonel guess phlets!, or in fact anything that you may want 6cod Meats at thug Pricss.
"': be probably forgets that more than
: shapely tree. It is over a century old
"Is It worth tausand
a dollarsT'"Y..II
{ and borne well for each year of half of the men never ran so fast be- in the line of PRINTING-
is the bat it baa been in his possession. fore dad never will again as they had saId! the colonel "I should say Fresh Pork,
Its value
10 run to keep up with him. If Col was just about that amount""Den.
One year It gave him forty-three bushels ,
said the
German Beef
"I'll
of Roosevelt lived in Arizona we would gif yon ,
good apples.
give him any office he wanted with- my check for a thousand dollars und '
-- out any election nonsense" you let me go back to mein tent und And we will Poultry
r Tk. Breed Bird. go to bed." .

The rarest bird In existence is a certain Drawn br Itogn ..e colonel! gasped at this astonishing Eggs.
kind of pheasant in Annam. For The offer then be reared
r- light traffic cf the streets in Ber
y many rears its existence was known Un is generally drawn by dogs, u II' The German hid to go back to his please you- sure. Native Meats a specialty
, only by the fact that Itl longest and most southern countries, and span guard duty but the colonel soon re-
; 4 most splendid\ plume was in much request from the slowness of progressionforthe lieved him.YeastDo. Your Patronage Solicited. <

by mandarins for their J a4- dog has not learned to trot in harness
gear. A single; ctln is worth Sit :tJ14 -the practice is growing out of always quarrel you believe? married people Market on Banyan Street
the living bird would b* priceless, but favor a* I countrified and backward CrlwlOulll'ltl 11.12
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a THE TROPICAL SEN. WEST PALM BE1CH. FTOBIIU APRIL
THIlfiSIAY. B.. 1899.. $
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.WITH. THE HORSES 1 -BROO'KLYN'S .GREAT. -TEAM. ) I

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,..2 ? 'NAMING CBltiuUuU 'I1 ..k'lIt.-. SPICY FURNITURE. -
HANDICAP WINNERS I* No Cb:are. l
Them )rleurl., \Vona Than tint.Brooklyn's .
.
Household
Aaa.g.as.... .T WclfhU Mart Tuf,$ot> baseball team will be a The Sewing Maeuiues,
JI -. ...*,* 11pr.... -10 to shot for the 1SOO pennant The ; Kolaoelt'U Beat Uicfciue Hade Ugbt Bunniiig; and ,f$ =
:. : consolidation of Ned Iltailon's cr x .
) From snpcrb"agjnvgaUou 't
BOW until ihe ujn-uins day ol
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tit the Wrooklyft Jockey Club's SpringRttretlut. of Orioles with the Trolley Sole Agent tor
the
dodgers of the past Is regarded as one BRIGHTHT famous Wall Trunk. Mattresses
which la still months away, of the most fortunate : made to urner.' A Compute -
men who follow racing will wort're- I I which have stirred the happenings baseball line tlfFURNITURE
up -
ttslotysly trying to pick a winner In { world In ;, ,
years. Many enthusiasts calculate .
,
u* Brooklyn Uaadlcap and the SUr
Durban j that there U no chance of thecombination of all(Ii' cripUi.ni at Bock! Bottom PrictM". both 4 s
On last reason's figuring,In the race worse W'hokvate tip a
form W. B. JenBlacs's nd Retail.
SPARKLING
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than first place, and from the baby Camases iron $6np '4 '
man Ilrlar Sweet, sister to outlook the present t4>|:0. Go Carta. Refrl tr.t.r",,Ice Chests, yt.
prediction Is based
Dr. Ilasbrouk look to hare been onsound Etc:. .
i1 treated reasoning. In a town capableof
gvnerouidy by the .1aDdlr:1 -- -
pet tad the Western tbree-year-o 4 the properly players will supporting be- a good team Wr bare a consignment Of Oak Uner fend
urged on to better -
Fornwro seems, to bare slipped In work than they ever did before. And Reed Rockers that will be fold Tery low. Hi, F
torktly. The top wejght In botn nand handle the PILOUS
last lletelaiid and lUmbler
raps wu asKlKned to Ben Halladay; the Baltimore year; !despite public the, Indifference nine of These are the, expressions: DI\.TCLES.
la the the managed
Brooklyn 127
pt and In tbe su
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burban at I3S pound No ether sand i. place.While by Ned Danlon landed in second Especial attention given to our Mae Orders.We \ ,
date la either race could with fairness I : It will be which can, be heard on all Gnraotee Satisfaction both In goods and
: some time before
tare been 1n'hhtt'd more heavily tJ> Hanlon will t'ricM. Call on us,or send in your order to

the longdistance champion, but the there Is little announce doubt that his Joe selections Kelly, sides 15 and 17 Laura St.,JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
distance of a mile and In. concerning the
a
quarter will play first base, while Tom news ONLY 6.00; i
both races It probably too short to. Daly -i-l 1
J0will continue to guard second Lag t D. E. COOPER M'fg Co.
him. A mile and
a balf or a mile an I '
Dahlen. whom nation recently acquired columns of
fire-eights wonU suit him better, for '
from
IQ, while be la a splendid rater, he U not Chicago by sacrificing Oe I
Montreville,will
pwweiMied of Ute great speed bursts remain in the positionat Established 1875.
{ for the blntlkl '. distances that some which he excels, on third. Ilugb
of the others can show TiHo the Su- Jennings, the man-el short stop completes : William
a wonderful collection of in- A. Bours & Co.
tartan winner last
year gets in with fielders.In ,
1:7: pounds In the Suburban, which Is
f the only one be Is entered Injuid then, all liklihood the outfield wlll'com-L T THE

!t eager la sncesidon.Ilaadlt,come I'.riar shot Sweet, the, and Wes b'L bind prise the Eeeler bat, Clark Griffin Smith and Jones.and Robin lIe Grain, Garden Seeds and Fertilizers..

;1 C1ut>,t Ilandit get 121 jwunds In the son. They will form batteries from .
a wide range of pitchers now at No. 6 :EAST .
;7' ; Brooklyn, and an extra pound In the 'comnnd of Hanlon. the BAY STREET -: JACKSOXVIUJS, FIA.
f (lobnrltan. and by this be Is asked to for Those available .
p 1 "twirling" purposes are Keftnedy
five Ilriar Sweet a pound In actual
weight In each event When the filly's. Maul Hughes, Kopa and Jack Dunn.> We handle only the Best and moet Reliable Seeds. A complete Stock of

it'S allowance of three pounds Is added ::. eider Possibly his determination"Joe" Corbett not may to recon- Hay, Corn Oats; Flour Bran Wheat .
to this, Ilaudlt intuit really concede *. In baseball and may be Included engage am TROPICAL Grits,

i 1 Bwwt's four pound performances Of the last two.1t'art're Briar!'tong those who will figure in the box Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, Both Bright and Dark.

1 tnocb the better and horsemen penerally -
> ---AT WHOLESALEState
J believe that If she retains her -
j ; form of last year the California filly Agents for
Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
win hate a splendid chance at the
r Wrights. The Keene pair, St. Cloud Star Brand Fertilizers Guaranteed Analjraw. Grunge trap and Vegetable Fertiliser. Part
and Voter, bare been Judged on thelthc.w grannd have Bone:Mirto Soia, Munate ol l'ota..h, -nsphate futaan,kanit,etc These l' rtilUert -
no bupeiior in the Market,
*nd a trt..I1rU eooTines
In England, ayalnxt .onea nnkaown .SUN Send for CatalogoYue
t to the American public except 10-28-68
by reputation, and their races wereover i' e
0
j i. the turf courses. Peep o' Day. i ..
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C The Huguenot/ Leilter Karl Pick ".' POPE,* McLAURIN JACKSONWILLL E.FLORIDA,
I Craft Ut-orpe Keene, racy, Banastar, I II 1 tyc
Ilangto: Trat'I4u.lJre Karlfy.Cand- .
M'I.K-k. and Cl'Ol ire Lloyd may aU be .-(
cuunte as dnajw-uus ones among the The OLDEST and BEST Fruits and Produce m

okJer dlvh troil. -{ -. .

The Hawaiian-.....1... :..1..1... I .i newspaper +published in the Commission Merchants. ',
native Is especially eht r's.y .

ft raMagr r.d of athletics In a tug-of-war, and shows foot-racing to ad- .,' : ...: County. 'Each week they Fancy Grades of BUTTER AD CHEESE. .. -

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ami broad jumping. .\1 long-distance a
._ '. We Solicit Your Business.We .
luuu-r his speed and endurance would
contain
esctt the envy of more than one oily solicit the business of Merchants and Will- Not fill orders from Con<,uruer.-ihcr
prt'ftMlouaL In olden times runnt'rl'' should buy from feelr home dealer.. 1O-2118
were the only mean, of sending tin-,

"iN'rtsnt nMiMages from one chief or1! ,
triW to ju.ihr., and the

an fun.the fathers i-Mentlahi*.t to which,hare banded go to i i L : All the News LITTLE BROS

up It a a gMxl Hawaiian fll(.. dues well as an athL|L ))1 <;t .

1 rUs$ Kti In trap tna wall nrina r. b..rtalull Fur diving f fIe ;' ; FERTILIZER and PHOSPHATE CO}fPANY

."ImrolnmIM't'm.. to bare a natural BILLY KEELER.for that IS News'V
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aptitude. In the early days of the Brooklyn this Jacksonville. Florida..
mli>tisry the "men of the cloth" I year. This is a colIpctlnn ; : .
of baseball pi ay or:j with which ".
tin la their rerurtU bow It was no the .1I1l>>;t ardent "rooter" can find no ? t.
atwumawa thlag for a native to .wIW'j, fault. If you are requiring: for
from one Wand to another. Diving There Iii no Ftilizers Vegetables,

I' they abut dJi Litt In. A native ont'u'i '! In a ball player more.InaNe than batting. quality I A the S a Pineapples, etc., write to'us and we can give! you t
throws hhSfif heed first from I
a
diminutive
cliff! fifty or sixty feet high Into aI! the but batsman Keeler in the the Urooklyns League. Whileon re not only from West Palm more value for your money than any other Manufacturer .
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shallow
: pad .Iu..l' ten of twerVeifiTt the
i tit.*,.. .\. his Iiuily strikes the work Baltimore! 'with team the last yearsuperb his' 'f or dealer in this State: or from -sty .
Uck
I was the Beach
water<< It arches like a bow with his immediate vicin'ity
cause of L- other State.
victories. ; Write
heft-l) almost to hit band the next some batting many average! of SSI Ills was I hen the d- for pamphlets, price, etc.,

instant shoots to the surface with a I best record of the to above address. '
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broad grin on his face. A Kanaka.ta ktasoa.llairliall but 'from all points of 5-12-98

fact Is well.nigh. amphibious. In -
Hru-f

ruOM-iousi infancy<< he),learns There to Is swim probably almost not nn-a for New Fred York Clarke has and offered five Giants "..', note on. the Lake and along .
Charley Dexter
1 native buy or girt ten years of age .
i Who muLl not give o_ -cards and Tim Hurst doesn't take much stock *- C his. N. '
spades" In the water and then beat In that drum of the theorists to keep the railroad, thus makingit WelshansSTATj.

1 BS, wlthput half trying. Ofttlmes a catchers close behind the bat. ,
Kanaka spends the entire day along Breltenstein has had his arm eramlned -
th# shore, now glldinir: through the under the X-ray, and a growth easily -- AGENT FOR- '
water, suddenly disappearing and bobbing was' located on his elbow which will
up thirty or forty yard from be removed.

where you but saw him: next clamber- Pitcher Cy Swain Is anxious to get Longman & Martinez
lug ovrr the coral reefs and ledges; another try in the league. He has PaintsLime
In search of o4h'4! Hawalln oysters), some wonderful
curves and Is far from
aryl again stretched at full length on being a back number., Tfie
the warm sand face upturned to theIttewwrr Leading Family Msnaner
Morgan Mur"pbr."lIn Brick
sky. ilnvL WI'\"hh.l Haltren.!!_ Tnoknr Cunningham Shingles, r
Hoy, Donovan, 'Shliulle --.': rrll u J. .I. *
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and Cement
fib* t'urr.. and Coal Tar.
In the 0110.111'Of old timers who bare Schrlver have each played In five 4 i iI

tva watching, the national same of major league clubs of t Dade County I
e baM-UN In lu various stages of 'development Hugh Jennings thinks the batting Agent for Sickler's Peerless Cement
since bark In the sixties would "be Improved by reducing the Plaster. ,
there never hits Iieeu any doubt as to number balls to three, and making
who was the first pitcher! to use a a rule against balks that would mean 13 South Hogan St., Jacksonville, Florida. lO-- 1.98
carve tall Arthur Cummings was something and could be enforced.
liven credit for the discovery by all Manager Haulon is
looking
who In the took early any seventies interest college In the matter.professors I 1! secure good bard-hlttlng one either by Infielder exchange, and for may a air. Already THE SUN is a wel- .eeoeoeoooeo> .......01..................................

of physics! and met banica insisted or purchase '
that It was luiMMalble to pitch a curve !i infielder. Artie bat he Ball is a good enough 1 f visitor to GRAIN, HaY- I
ball. In ev,..7 Instance Cummings was can hardly hit hard :. come nearly every .. .
: enough for the Orioles.
quotuj M the pitcher who rued the r' FLOUR. GRITS MEAI. COTTON SEED MEAL AND ,
Walter Wilmot Is one of tbe best :' home in this .: POULTY SUPPLIES ALSO NEW.... : j'
billiard-players\ in the diamond guild. section, I .
1 He was picked up for a mark in a : GARDEN
Chicago "green room" the other night : and its SEED :
accepted the challenge to play ran many attractive .
:57 from the spot and finished the : ARRIVING FRESH ALL THE TIME. .
game of 100 points in three: innings. : features LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH. :
: are bringing new WRITE for QUOTATIONS '.
IieIPanagcr

11, has) officially The Day announced of the NewYok that. Joyce team, recruits to its ranks each ;: JAMES B. BOURS, JatisomllB! Florl as!

last season's manager-Captain will ....................J. ... ,
not accompany the players South. week. .O..C..o..

With Joyce out. Doyle will be played __ .
1 permanently at first base. It also loo'sas -0
i though Glttuon Husie, and Meekln Do You Want a :
'I 1I will remain In New Yor A new I
i. Ct ': fielder will be"secur('l Tiernaa will be U e have them to 1\1.and if rebatenoueonhandtosuitoeSaubuitd STEA BOATO
asked to sign a contract, as will all of s
last : Just wh+t sou want. t
year's players. Foster will be n.- 0:
: l taInt'd. ,and if be snows up well: la Judicious
, training may be stationed permanently We fire.ako PreparedTo l

m 1 \ \ in the outfield. "' Furiush. _. _._ __._.___-.....

AHTHCB CTUMCCCS. I IIn Tory ronvenirnt '"

"".. IS?:' the late Bobby Mathews. I When a traveler in the grand duchy Advertisers Outfits for
Pumping
then pitching for- the Mutual'CJub of Baden 'wants to send a telegram 4ff Irrigation.Write .
of New-York City, succeededt t :: while te Is on the train he writes the
curving the !ball baring I I t t message\i a post card with the re* t
the trick by Cummlugs. The lattergav quest that It be wired, puts on a stamp or call on us! for Anything in !.
the benefit of his discovery to a and drops It into the train letter box. Our Line that you u ttl. .
number of pitcher, among them Tommy At the next station the box is cleared Realize this hence the free .
Itond Who pitched the Bostons Into :; and the message sent Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co.
the championship In 1S77 and 1S7SIktnd : .
In turn '1t't'IWtLe tutor of Jobi'CUrk i Tfe. Calf ti&ream' Scare.. use which they make of its

*%>n, In his time one of the Rival .Recent Investigations have shown ..' JACKSONVILLE, FLA. _
est 4tcbers who ever faced a baUci that the principal source of the gulf -:" ,
stream is not the Florida channel but colums and its increasing lr-ri-J8 PBuflmoB Jacksonville Marine
r..tsIrg Wr.aa.Mate the region between and the i is- Raiiways.
the Aontralian boxer. ma '.. lands of the ,West 'beside Binion
'bare fought a 76.round draw vrlUUriffo. I the volume of the warm water la sixty \ /: ,popularity as an advertis-
but wbm It took place the latter ; i times. great as the combined volume -

must t1QA.bare been a no\U e ur In pout .,I of all the 'liters in the ,world at tbeir. I I Imouiis ing'medium.* SUBSORIBE FOR THE SUN



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- -4 THE TBOPIC1L SUN WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA- ,- THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1889. S .

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THE "TROPICAL SUN. !hi your first'proposition; an to thesiacond FUN AND FACTS. 1 1)EAL HARDWARE

no.e no one has conceded that M. E. GRUBER
____ '"penr LdcOII5t),Ekind IV...
TBOrlCAl West Palm Beach is the tail ,of anything 1SS ,

GUY 511 I. MKTCAIF."ILtsIUIG EDITOL COMP1IY even if the Metropolis sees fit I Witty Sayings lotenpersed With I ,,1/ CROCKERyand II -

PVU Kt. to apply to itself a canine epithet. Business Bargains. a
Iyy TItU.IDAY, .
1,WEST.AUlUACM.DADS COY."' "vOHID Seriously if It is possible for tb.. Metropolis .., FURNITURE.All .

__VDKRIpT1c PRICE IZ.OO A YEAR. to advance any good, sensible Aunt Whom does your new little

: L.kftd $t U. PotfoOcc of".CIt 1'1111& Jteach reason why Miami should be sister most look like, your father or Kinds of Boat Goods.SUc .

:- *5 SCCQ$4 clue natter.TUCKSDAY. the official centre of business for the your mother? .Tlawr,Doors.s.u.IItd. BUsdi

.. APRIL 6. tR9 solid, permanent, here-to-stay citizens Little Emma-Both. She baa no All Kinds of Fishing Tackle and Sporting! 3oods.Guollne .

and tax-payers of Dada County teeth. That's like raoraraer. And Stove Bin Flame.Keroceae Oil Stove

: THE RUJJ would be glad to hear it.Not nhe's hairless like popper.-'Toronto I .- G-uwware,Lamp I lid Unterat Harrison Bm*.'Ready Mixed Paint
""'M-i Ordra Given Prompt AlUmtioo. 11-1.97
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one has y. t been adduced: save World. --

; I that Miami wants it and that she
; Great redaction in Counterpanes, all -
thinks that the expected growth of sizes and designs SIRK UTS UAZA AR. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. :

: the next ten years warrants her inputting ?'redd.vL..Y.t brother George is ahead :1
in her claim for it now. Choice Property for Rent.
: taller than your brother.FratikyYes W.I.JHETCALF: ,

t but my brother is a .----..... .- .... ..
HIlUKHtl AI 'LAW. -p.---- UNit UP Till -
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EWSPAPEBMESARE FREQUENTLYilamed Htomach fatter thanyouro.-LmtigeBhtter.
NOTARY PUBLIC.Will .
for many things they cannot Federal Handsomest Private the Famed Indian Riner
'nr ht'lp.IIOCh as using partiality in nienioning Onnrtt.praetiMiii Coaoty Slaw. awl DKis on ,
Boat building done nght at home, in LAND CASKS A SPECIALTY.iffiiciDTKopuALXuii .
visitors, giving news about. the most approved manner, good work Itlock to WATER, BATH, CLOSETS, Etc.
some folks and failing! to mention mansbip ami at living prices. Call. on '\ei ,\
Cipt, A.. T. Rose.
ii others. They simply print the news
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they can find. An editor should not "1 see you've still jot your old FItANIC W. POPE S ] -- VERY HANDSOME GR T1NDS.

expected to know the names of office iMiy. I.A TTORHEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. I Occupied at witter home of a New Yorker

T your uncles. Hunts and cousins, even Yes." Ill Eat Bay Street, who I is going to Europe for several years. '

; if he should see them get off the trainor "Improves with age, doe he?" 2-5-98 JAI.KHONVIL.LR. FLORIDA

?:r' walking on the .streets. Tell him "Well, hewenm to get freaher every Price per, Season $ oo. Apply to Lock Box 5,

all ahon !it. It is tha news that day."-Philadelphia Record. St. CLA1K-ABUAMS, -

%, AFE PAni makes a lively) readable newspaper, E. P. H anes;has arrived and will be 1LEX 1MI-9V M MELBOURNE, ELA.
ATTORNEY.A T.LA W
and man and child in found at Weybrecht's Machine -'
every wofcan Shop .
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the community could be associate and will do all kinds of repairing Guns. 4 JACKSONYILI.S, Fu. -- -

ANENT THE COUNTY SEAT. i. Pistols, Bicycles, Locks and any kind Practice la all the Circuit Courts,State and
editors if they would. of iron work. Chair wheels for dale. Federal LEGAL NOTICES. City; Directory.OFFICERS.

In last week's Miami Metropolisan I I-3-tf. 12.UlItt. .

effort was made to answer tbe COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD REPORT. HP-Who i* that ugly: looking girl rr C. HOOD.M. D.. NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED- J

Hrjruiwntmade by THE FUN in regtrd standing nt the side of the post? II. J WHMOH WHILU)lNm "-.... ............Mayor i

to the lime required anyonein The regularmeeting of the School She SirI want understand PHYSICIAN AND SUSStON. CEO.tt.ADAMS Clerk,Assessorand Treasurer "
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Board was held to-day. Present, J. you Notice U hereby given that all penon bar PAUL Co JO ES.-_...-...._Marshal ,:
th middle northern of the
or part that she is my 'tIistE>r. Office and Besi.lence near Royal Point-latin inK any demand agalnssthE.tate of Jam... 1
eonnty to attend to any little businem W. Jackswn, Chairman E. B. King, He-You misunderstand me. I Hotel. PAL BEACH 1.1"98 C. Kinley. deceased are hereby notified to BOARD OF ALDERMEN.
A. W. Garnett and Z T. Yerritt Se- 'present thereto theandenlxoed.dnl.T! aotbentlcated. G to W POTTEL.President
at Miami should it hecAme tho! : ,
mean girl to the left of the post. within the time prescribed by law or JOHW B BEACH__ -J.D MATHIS ,
county Beat. After quoting onr point, retary. Minutes of the last meeting She-Thnt is also. one of my sisters D B. PUITE1C. M. D., thlx. ,notice will be pleaded In bar of recovery 1.A.STIlA WDERWAN_GEO.L.BRANNING .'!
LIe .POTTER ;;
read and aroved. cARr.scuaEaNIC.B.
were
the Metropolis says: He Allow to And all persona owing said estate are required "
me congratulate
yon 8-23-98 PALM BEACH. '1.N .* Coanal meeting on the ist.and 3d ToevJay
This position is not correct. and U The Superintendent submitted the i. on having the meanest looking lot of to make Immediate payment to me. each month,at 730 p.m.
about as far from being correct as it following report. Visited the schools: 3EOKGE W. LAINHAET
relatives I have ever seen in all my S. BUUMIAM: D. Executor of the EstateS ..- ,;,
it possible, from the fact that there Belle FloraLeesville, Mapgon lt.and S "
Jan><*C. Kinsley.
life.-New York Journal.
II no ground for the claim whatever. ,
Were it not for the fact that this the colored schools at Palm Beach SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN, Went Palm Beach.Fla. County Directory. j
claim income and West Palm Beach. The .cboul14 P. K. in all colors -fine quality-at _
might gain some strength Also a Specialist in Gynecology. This twenty-ulsth day of.I au rlU).A.D. 3
low prices-SIRKIN'S BAZAAR. '
of the flection south of New at Belle Flora and Mangonia show very h 1899 136-99 rniixivni'pirpv_ ... *fj
River from which Miami vt,4.a a v. a nwo 7
expects office ana residence at the Semmolo Hotel,
as a natural consequence to draw marked progress. The colored Sloppinger i ill bitterly opposed to Room 8. 8-9-99 A. E. H El:8KB: .. ___ Counsyjulge -..;

a portion of her strength, it would schools show lack cf attendance,except the country's expansion policy; NOTICE A.). QUUIBY llreuit Court deitKOBT ;j

bardlr be worth the effort to refute. at Cocoanut Grove and Lemon "Rather. He turned one of his i D tHOMASOX, D. D. tt. R. TAYLOR_Prosecatiag Attorney
CH1I.LL GWOnTH Sheriff "
The facts are that hereafter the Flor. K.J. -
kla East Coast Railway will run two City. Colored schools Nos. 1, 2 men oft the other day for speaking of Office: Corner Clenulls Ave. and Olive Su, lit the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial M 8. G RUBES .. .Tax; AKCSSOTH

passenger trains daily between Miami and 3 have closed. Owing! 'to the. the addition to his store. building as WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. Circuit, Dade County F/OI ida. ,J ANTHONY _.... .Tax Collector
Mid Jacksonville. One of these In Chancery. E. H.DIMItK: .. ... -Treasurer _
an annex. -Chicago Tribune. AU kinds of modern known to the '
bad health of the teacher and the unsatisfactory --'entistnr -
trains will leave Jacksonville in the profession. OoM crown and bridge-work a MBS. LoUIU A. KRLRCHivs. WILL B. RUSSELL.Supervisor of Registration
in the and one will condition of the school Teeth extracted without FRANKLYN SHEEN .. Suneyor
moraicg its past Manicure. soc; Shampoo, 5O. Electric specialty. pain. r Din to reform "
leave in the evening. One train at Lees ville, I suspended same until Massage.: Medical Nurse. Miss Quinn Office Hours: Q to J2 a. m.and I to 4 p. m. Seme A.SKELUjind IB4 Deed. MERKITT..SBpU PaMM latb'1lctioa
will arrive in the evening as in the Clematis A venue and Olive Street, West 1021-98' Y1GB.SNrL1. ) COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
past/and'one in the morning. The this meetipg of the Board.I .
Palm Beach. N.W. PITTS.ch ira n...__. Lake Worth
morning train will leave West Palm ht.lve'1'eCt'ivl-d information that To Susie A. Snell and Inrlnic B. Snell
Beach at night as in the past, and Unclt'-HeJlo.Dot got a new dolly? I DANIEL, Greeting: It appearing front the afflJavIt of G.W.LAISHABT._ _, .Paint Beaea
the other at about o'clock in the some person or person on Elliott's L.a. W. I. Uetealf. attorney for said complainant W. J. SH'iVE. ,_.Coeoaaut brave
morning. The return of this trainto Key have maliciously! destroyed the Little Miss Dot-Hush, uncle!Don't DENTIST, filed In the above entitled cause tbat you are Eo WHITE. __*. ....Bueaa Vista

West Palm Beach will be about 9 speak BO loud. She is not one of my DOU-re JdeOt8 of the State Florida and that W.V.RUSKIG____ ..Nep&uae
o'clock in the evening. In short, aperson lock on the school house in that district but Millie COCOA. INDIA B1VKR FLORIDA.. In bin belief.yon are residents ot 80 South 7th ComoiUgioners meet in NgnUr session OB
desiring to do a day's business by shooting same; over-turned own, belongs to Simpson, Street Minneapolis, State of Minnesota and the first Monday in each month. /

in Miami who resides at the the closet, and covered the door of who was cruel to her and 'baudoued. ALLACE B. MOSES that you are over the age of twenty-one FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. t '
north end of the county.need not be her. So I have 'dopted her, but I \V years, and that there la do one In this State KKM1IBS nOM DADS COCJ.TT.

p *. away from home u long within two the house with obscene writing I don't want her to know 'cause 1 Successor to A. W. Robert, upon whom legal service can be made'lo your B N. PIMICK.Palm Beaca....,....,.. ..Senator
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or three hours as a person living acH'ami wrote the snpervisor.Mr.Thompson, behalf.! It b therefore ordered that you do appear P.8. MORSE Miaml -....... .Represtnutive
and having busines to tra mean to make no difference between REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, to the bill of complaint filed ia laid
to gather all the information on the
West Beach Agent for West Palm Beach Town Lou also before the COLNJY SCHOOL BOARD.
: act for a day at Palm and doll'es. Ex. eanse on or
her own -
would be compelled to be absent subject possible. and write me in time my West Palm SOTJhY Bench PUBLIC.Water Works. FIRST DAY OF MAY A. D. I89, SCPBRINTEN3BHT OF PUBLIC UiSTiCCTIOJI,

from home. If this ts the best argument to I lay same befo e the Board. I No need sending away from home for Clematis Avrnne,near Olive tl'e@t. the same being legal rule day. Z.T.M t!::RRITT_____Lettiou City
in favor of West Palm Beach boats whf. A. T. Rose 5-21-97 West Palm Ue..ch, Florida. XCVBIU or SCHOOL soiao.I -
have not heard from him I any Capt. can It la further ordered that this ordet be published
that can be put up,our aster city hasa yet. build you one as fine or as cheap as you once a week for four consecutive weeks W.AIKSOiI.flairmaDCOt'08ao&Grove
I!:. B.KISG...... ...___.,....Jllplter
would recommend that be taken
weak: case. steps want. See him. and place order.
very your f"4 ITV I... .THRTf'AI.K1.. .. prior to said tat day of May of A. D. 18U9 '." _. -'----
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to destruction of the \t- In THE TIOPKUL Sen,a Dew.paperpDbll hed 'ypOlUUS.
It will be seen by a careful readingof suppress any Smith-What kind of business i is : .
In Dade County,sad State of Florida. Ordered
,the above th..tthe Metropolis property of the County and the guilty Brown engaged in? NOTARY PUBLIC this Uth day ot March,A.D.1899. ; .
each parties to be apprehended and For the State of Florida nt Large. l
assume to estate positively that Jon*-Pneumatic. I think. and A. F. QUIUBf. ;
I shall visit that Deed Mortgages. Leases Contracts Clerk of the Circuit Court ot Dade County.
and such train will leave anti arrive brought justice. Smith-Pneumatic! Why, I never Dratted.Conveyancing H.Specialty.All Florida. State D'irectory.EXECUTIVE ,

at onain boon and that certain district on my return from this meet- heard of a business like that! Work (inarantttd Legally: Oirrect. \\.I. UETCALT: Sol'r for CompPt.

? other tnJns will run so as to give. ing and respectfully ask instructions Jones-Well, whatever it is,. he's West Office Palm Beach.in fkupcL Dsde ('lIl1nt SUN Blutk.,. Fltrida. DEI ARTJfENT.w.

dtiieiM a chance to get. home the HS to the course to pursue. running D.BLOXIIAM........... ... ....Go'el'llor.
wiod.Cbieugo'Newlt.Dr.
/ on
GOING TO MIAMI ?
same day should they have an hour's Warrants were issued during the P D. BROWN, JSI). L. WFORD..Seerttarl: of SUM -
R. F. Whitehurst WJL n. REYNOLDS- .......COmptroller
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Specialist. .
that month for payment of teachers to I. don't
business in Miami. Granting All diseases oi the Bicycle successfully If yon are, bov transfer JAMES B. WHITFIELDTreasurer:
ARCHITECT AND BUILDER.
the Metropolis is so well posted as the amount of $1338.00 treated. Will be found at tickets on the ttaio. Patronize WY.B.LAMAR....... ... Attorney General

authoritatively state that the On motion the action of the Superintendent Yarns' Bic)dc Hospital. Plans and specifications prepared. the "Outside Hackmen"-their car W.N.SlIKATS ......Snpt.Public Instruction
to
Jobbing work given prompt attention at LB.WOMBWKLL.... .. _(',011I.Agriculture
p. several I trains wilma Chits and eo.Mna in suspending school at Customer, you think this medicine Shop on Datura Street. riages are on the right hand as you PATRICK HOUSTON..._ AUjuflst\ GeneralW

I Leesville was fustuint-d and the go out the gate. They drive home ......
t iu the past. tax-payers nnd will have the desired effect? H. MILTON JR Surreyor-Gcncral
dtlzena generally bow that thethnnph school ordered to remain closed during I'll FRANKLIN SHEEN. GEO. O. BUTLER. teams and are not in the transfer Oftees at Tallahassee Florida.U. .
Dingjiist-Oh.yes. guaranteeit
OI1EUN & BUTLElt. combine. All the. outside carriage S. SENA TORS.
( train is the only this term. Superintendent ordered
bWpintf to work like charm.
;: a o drivers are familiar with all places PASCO.. .. .., ....... .... ..:,.. Montieello
i o.w; that niake it at nil possible to to investigate the Elliotts Keymatter Customer-But 1 have no faith in SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS. cf interest in the town! and surrounding S.R. MAtLORY.Pro cola ".

f get to Miami and back the IIllle day, and take the necewary stepsto .charms. Office at West Plm Beach country. They are courteous u. s. CONGRESSMEN:

: and that train stops at no other protect the property.The Druggist-Neither have I.- Chicago Lands. legally selecting sub-divided and(trading and lands maps lucat.furnUhed. and polite an4 will treat. you ROBT. W.DAVIS........... .. Palalka

f point than West Palm Beach, and i iI iK following/ warrants wPI.t'i*Ulo d.F. ). News. f-.. ful InK and and estimating correct Work timber guaranteed.a specialty.All Care.communications right. S. M.SPABKMAN..._....... ........ Tampa

eoowqueutly of no vice whatever .T.Budge, Pump No.0...................'1 03II. by mall receive prompt attention. I.-.quire for R. J. MATHERS, SUPREME COURT]lI/JGES.
&: W,II. Drew Co, Book Suptrln- StenographerTypewriter. Miss Quinn, Mans and Blue frlDt at Lowest Prices. B S. IRONS Jr. H.MABRY................... Chief Justice
to (woplp residing4an.ywhre! ..11 e Scud nt's Office.......,_................ 1 51U. Cematis Avenue and Olive Street, West WEST PALM BEACH FLA. 11-7-95 F.B.CARTER ....,:.... Associate Justice

t. along thfJinv iaihiounty. R. .Frasur setting np Dexks. Drayage Palm Beach. SAM'L ROCNSTBEF, E. F TAYLOK...._..A.... "

t: JJoreover.it w-ema prenumptiinut Impair*on Pump No. 7-........... 2 23 Mother gave each of you boys O EM1NOLK BARBER SHOP. CHARLES GOSSMAN, R. R. COMMISSIONERS.
than Bit*., publidhlng February report U h. JEFFRIES.pi .
thai the should Cffarlie H. E.DAY, Chairman.-...._ ....Caincsrllle
t ami silly aHropoIi an said
orange. ,
12 00. Stationery 11.00. 8 00 yon you
? Wm. Scliaiult Proprietor. J. L. MORGAN...._ _...._....?.? _.Ja>per
oi.dertute to argue tlmt the tourist J W.Jackson mileage and per diem...17 (M) wouldn't eat yours until after din
( Formerly at Hotel Royal Folnclana.1 J.M. BRYAN..._ ._ .___.1tiMimmce
train nervice will remain in A.W. Garnett mileage and per tlh-m.. 4 00 And' Jack said IY BARBER SHOP, _
operation ner. the JOHN L. NEE1.2Y.la.tlerk Arcadia
k same.
you. --- .
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Z.T,Mmltt.salary March 50 00 Only White Barber In the Town.
i except! during the eight weeks of R. B ootgea, Trustee rent for.'o.8.eoId25! 00 Have you derived me? First Door South of the Post Office. Headquarters and offices of the Board at Tal. f

tunridt travel, or that R service will P. W. King Wood No. 3,eol'd .:2 00, Ch.lrlie-No. mother; we didn't eat West Palm leach. Florida.SCHAIID'S Easiest Chairs and Best lahassee. .4-
} N Oa 11 *1.i0.. .._ ...... 3 30 Equipped Shop ia Town. 0S
u a*** M < ******
l be to rnahle" Miami to make I ute Jack's8ndhe. .
run our own
oranges.
.
!- M. E. Urukcr, NailM School LotNo.11 2 73 I kif MItO VOOPElt Prop'i.To
\!' showing in L<< effort to secure he Z. T. Merrill. PostajtH_....._...._ 2 00 I
ate mine.-Sydney Town and CAFE. General DlrectorJ'I
1IPt1t Dade County State Bank.lnteftllt.ti 40 .
I- count) Rent by the Hour or Day. _
Journal.
But to pet down to the real and Z. T. MERWTT, Sup't. Country MEALS OR LUNCHES SERVED A LA CARTE *
JflltY NEW BICYCLES Ifl TOWN.
only LUH!* ot' I'J.PUlDellt(1)( ) by the Nohhy white shirt waists in P K. Lawn COURT CALENDAR.
Outers la All StIles ud at All Hosrs
and Dimities-SIRKIN'S BAZAAR. (Seventh Circuit.)
one hna bottn read the Next Door North Tropical Sun Block. -/
1I.etropuJi. .r.harlf'8-Whnt makes you look so eelly Meal Tickets on Sale.E3CCISINE M.S.JONES ............. .._circuitJnage
? glowing pHM-il picture of the future blue? First; Golfer-I believe I could make W. R. MITCHELL J. D.pEUU8..."............. State's Attorne

I the only lntHin for cotwidera lion the some money gettingout a cheap golf AND SERVICE UP TO DATa Proprietor. SPRING TEKM.Oscoola .
: Agustus I just got a letter from I .
S UetrnpoIU present; it nay: ':Intra home enclosing $30.CharlesThat's: dii-tionary.Second C. H. SCHMID Proprietor. I Orange COUllt.. ,. 1st Monday" ia" March...

: )ftI..1t in generally conceded Golfer-Don't do it, man; Red Spanish and Lake H SdUh .. ..
nothing to feel l''base Building.l'emath.Ave. UhU .. .
.
that Uianil will have a population had don't do it. Do %ou want the sacred WEST PALM BEACH. Vomits April.
over. ..
.01 at Iwct 10,000 people, while it in language of th game te liecon.eco-m Pancy..uPINEUPLE- Brefard M ,th. u I'
Augustus-But. the old
man forgotto Dade 1st Monday after 4th MOB. J .
that Went Palm ? JOl1r.ialEaste. .:,
not rontt-Riplatrd moti -Indianapolis day ia April. ".
put a revenue stamp on the check. ..

Brack will progress very much in the -New York Journol. ..' Bonnets--Flowe s and Ribbons The Dade County Slate Bank OaceoUConnty.Jst, FALL Monday TEEM.ia October.. :J

way of boxiiiewt iinporta'ice.1' By -. ew Stock-at Mrs Moffatt's."Yon Orange .. 3d .* a

whom" 1 U it "not contemplated that West Palm Beach, Florida. Slips and SuckersFor Lake 4th .. ..
Mattie-Way what beautiful ire the star of my life, said ..
Wit Palm Bearh will prolffl'AA1" I a Volnsia J4 Nov
ring have dear? What did it tberomli-r fervently. Sale ot Following Varieties,Tlr Brerard 4th .. ..
For whom I. the Metropolis upeak! yon Authorized Capital, $100,000. Abbaka Porto Rico 4
,
cost ? "AVll, replied the hen as she moved 1st Monday after the 4th Mo*- "
ooni1uuruwn town.bfflthf'r, you Smooth Cayenne d.JID November. .'
IDIr Paid Capital $15,000. ,
in the direction of the barn Up
Myra My liberty. It's "your
t but don't ppttuRi* to discount the my engagement Egyptian Queen, GOVTSIGNAL SERVICE DEP1.
"
business progr' of any other place. ring.-New Orleans Times-flem. star is now about the set. -San- OFFICERS: Ripley Queen, Golden Queen, J.W.CBONK.....?... ... .Observer

Further the Metropolis argues: ocrat. dusky Register. E.N. DIIIICK, President.U. White Antigne.Pernambuco. Observatory at Jotter Inlet. .

: D. HENDRICKSON, Vice-PresIdent. GOVT. LIGHT HOUSE SERVICE.
b fart becoming the second *
MIami l'nmMf"--Where are going to Notice. CEO. L. BRAVNINO, Cashier. Envllle. Urht House at Jupiter Inlet. I
city in the Su'e fur commercial ini- you p JAMES A.ARMOUR.........-. ,?...,.Keeper I
be made of the
1 por'tnct. Wb!. then should the spend yonr vacation t-iis; year? Those who Office Hours Prom 9 a..m. to 2 p. m. fruit Early trout delivery this Plantation can having part been picked J.A. WELLS........... __ .. 1st AssistantBENJ
allowtd to .. the dog are indebted to Dr. J. A.
uwuuld
tail be 'JC .
Thome-I'm not going to spend last month. Apply to WELLS M Assistant I
INT the Case if the county seat i i Pugh deceased, for professional services
wen ttcated, at the coming election, I any vacation. My wife attends to will please remit to Mrs. M. F. Pu h General Banking Business Transacted C.C. MATTHAfiflS U. i. LAND OFFICE. A

"WnU'ahu Ik..cb.' that merely spend the n.oney-I I Miami 1 la. A favor will be conferredby ( Coltertkms prompt!) remitted on day of Florida Pineapple Company, I.U. C.\RCO......... ..................Begister 1
York receipt. Drafts bong tit and sold on the ;priDe N.D.WAINWIUUIIT......"__Eceeiv*.
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TROPICAL SUN WEST, PALM BEACH FLORIDA TBDRSDAT APRIL 61899.


.region. It would also open up many

possibilities In agriculture that arc THE HARMLESS RATTLER. IhADING) BUSINESS\ : FIRMS i i UctteJ .. Bcaatifad Lob Wwti

III PUERTO[ RICO BOW hardly profitable and connect..th ) OppoUe He"RoyiJ rti cUMH

principal towns and dtiea. This would It I>MS Net lb.Alwaj Opportunity.Mrik' Whca Gina Whose Appear In this Paper HOTEL 'THE I P PALMS kctnc Hgtitx.EiKtticblKlU.SakS
M
a convenience for fourteen; hours COMPLETE: ftfiftYICB.f .
la a carriage is a hard and tiring Journey 1 hare seen a good many rattlesnakes Classified Alphabetically. ., ) i oa. f to sad f jeo per l",.

Life' Among the Natives Their ,'even over that best of roads from -perhaps a hundred or more-in the I Special &tiel By the Wwk
Baa Joan to Ponce The natives art ,
Sierra Mountains, but I have never Intentionally '
Industries and TheirIdiosyncrasies. too conservative to appreciate at onCE have ARCHITECT: Address"THE PALMS," WEST PALM: BEACH FLORIDA.
disturbed them
the American mode of business and nor T.D- rown, West Palm Beach _
,
American enterprise, still in some departments they disturbed me to any great extent, '.'- -
_ of industry much may'undoubtedly even by accident though they were oftentimes BANKING:

{ be done by American energy in danger of being stepped on. Dade'county State Bank, THE BARMANJIeUSJ3Is

THE CITY OF PONCE. and ability. There maybe something I. Once, while on my knees kindling a West Palm Beach
In sugar, but the best opportunity for fire, one glided under the arch made -...- now open for Winter Travel. a

extension and improvement seems te by my arms. BARBERS: BEST OP ACCOMMODATIONS.-TABLE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS, tSachs
Crest Emhusiism With Which Amer- be to tobacco and .offe. But unlike a Wm Schaodt, West Palm Beach tea
The last time I sauntered throughthe CO.uODo-
e
newly settled Puerto Rico it Milo West Palm Beach
country, Cooper
cam Are Greeted in the no place for a poor man. Land is dear, big'caDOO I saw about two a day. ...- Rates Reasonable. Short Distance from the Depot.

Ancient Gt?. and the Island'appears to be a place One was not coiled, but neatly foldedin BICYCUSS; Address Mrs. S. E. EARMAN, WEST' PALM! BEACH, FLA.
tl for capita to devel"p in ways that will] a narrow space between two cobble- Goo S Adams,West Palm BeachW
-
enrich the Investor and give to Its em stones on the side of the river, his R Mitchell, West Palm Beach J

IftoMlU CfcwtM for AMrtru 0 ,IUtM4 ployes a better opportunity. for a better head below the level of them, ready to --...-- .
'' Boarding at 'Reasonable Rates.
Brs2as-faze w.u ,B UI Calt.H. living. shoot up like a Jack-in-the-box for BOTTLING WORKS:
:' ..... Ik* RoUrnda-ssas u.t"11! But woe betide the eager American the C Castellano. Miami
............. and 1tie -.--.. ...- with meagre cap:tal. while looking frogs or birds. My foot spanned of .' MRS. JAS. McCANN is prepared to accommodate boarders at her j
above within inch two
.. T......... c:..... about for an opening; be soon drop space an or BUILDING SUPPLIES.:
into the prevalent Indolence. It is in his head but he only held it lower. In Chas Welshans, Jacksonville wen known boarding house on Clematis A v-., closes to F E.C.Ry. depot.
Albert Gardner Robinson a new
the air and in the life. For a time it making my way through a particularly Geu Hacker & Son. Charleston S C.
paper correspondent, vent with the is possible to fight it, but the conviction tedious! tangle of buckthorn, I partedthe .. GILL ox HER FOB RATES AND ROOMS_-- .,.tf ;
into
of OeD. Mite last Summer
nay grows that ultimately one must branches oa the side of an open CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS:
itwrto&ka. Ue wrote at the time accounts -
of the varied aeries of almosttiloodles.eonqueets yield to it and accept manana as the spot and threw my bundle of bread Into Franklin Sheen West Palm Beach
.
S and peaceful ricterfcw law of life. it, and when, with my arms free, I '------:- THE

that marked the line of advance. was pushing through after it, I saw a D DENTISTS: TRAVELERS
'I fit afro kept his eye open<<: and teamed AMERICAN ,GIRLS IN CUBA. small rattlesnake dragging its tall T A Daniel Thomasoii Cocoa, West Palm BeachL ,

1, a treat deal about the Puerto Ricans from beneath my bundle.' When he ,_ NEW MANAGEMENT .
" their mode of lire their Industries and n Xatlvf LMk 1Ya.. 0.r Womra With ,
caught sight jof me he eyed me angrily DRUGGISTS: ___
:,,, skit idiosyncrasies.Mr. Wed r tnaiemmt. and with an air of righteous indignation E H Dimick, West Palm Beach .FLIdg GARCIA, ft rruji.,, Jacksonville, Fla.
Boblnaoa says: "The departure The Americans the "
are naturally seemed to be asking why I had -...-_-
or 1M expedition to Puerto Rico wonder and amass ment of the Santi--
'I and ita Journey there bare been ago natives. The entire nervous system thrown that stuff on him. He was so DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING: Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Seirice.
told times. I bad quarters of small I was inclined to slight him, but Thomason & Brown, West Palm Beach.
many the is shocked
city 4aily being
The
Mrs Frank West Palm Beach Best $2.00 Hotel in
J day Florida.
; OD the transport D. U. Miller, by the new sights and the new events he stink out so angrily I drew back Cirl Schrebnick, West Palm Beach- per

which carried: regulars, including since America took possession. The and approached the opening from the Dave Singer,Jacksonville Take ca/at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to top at Lbs Trt velcr, HI..,
I Light Battery 0 of the Seventh United people here are accustomed to a very other side. But he had been listening .> ..1.FERTILIZERS.

f tatea. Artillery and some cavalry, formal way of speech and action. They and when I looked through the :
P If with 180 home:: We bad four boats walk aa if every step were studied, and
brush I found him confronting me still Wm A Bours& Co, JacksonvilleLittle .
i and one.Bfe raft Not one of the boats the more enlightened talk with the utmost with Bros '! BREISFOED :EROS
a come-in-if-you-dare expression.In
would bare lived in a heavy seaway, preciseness.- free and easygoing .
and two of them would hardly vain I tried to explain that I only -
visitors
'j one or way of the Is astounding
, wanted bread hi stoutly held the FIRE INSURANCE &REAL ESTATE: Real Estate and
Had InsurancePalm
bare floated oa a mill pond. anyit to them. The American conies out my ; Brelsford Bros Palm Beach -
ground in front of it, and I was afraid
I with his hearty laugh, not caring who
Wallace R Muses, West Palm Beach.
'"_ is around, and. the dainty senoritas that as he came nearer he might close ...
-
look at one another hi wonderment in on me and strike before I could get FISH DEALERS: Beach, :Florida.

An American,girl Is the most interesting away In such a tangle; so I just went Reynolds & Hull, West Palm BeachS NbTARY PUBLIC
of all sights to them. They back a dozen rods and kept still for B Miller & Co, New York COTTAGES :TO KENT.

it watch her in silent amazement from half an hour, and when I returned Cheseboro Bros, New York 6-197 Post-Office Buildin N.alr. t't! PoineUn Hotel
?
the time she appears in view until she found he had gone.Hollamd Caleb. Haley & Co, New YorkFURNITURE :
has .turned the corner. They seem to e -.--
think the Americas woman the most I :
and Her Coloalci.It .
wonderful of ladles all earthly objects. is not the fiercest nations that D E Cooper Mfg Co, Jacksonville .
The Santiago no matter how
hot the day, always dress in black have been the greatest successes at -..- BURKHAROTS West Palm Beach, Mar. a), 1899. E
when they appear on the Plaza colonizing and getting rich out of gentle GRAIN AND SEEDS:
'J'IL.\ .de Arma at "la tarde" for the toil. Next to Engand! little Wm A Roars & Co, Jacksonville 'Your Life is Not When you are using

usual evening's promenade. The other phlegmatic Holland has the most valuable James B Bours,Jacksonville,.' i JJ in Danger "Z''Noveity i
evening an American girl was therein colonies in the world. She still

, :' CCBTOM HO'CSK AT XA Y AGUEZ.t a blood-red costume, made of holds Java, containing 25,000,000 people M E Grnber HARDt4AltE West Palm Beach: Blue Flame {
kind Oil
some of thin, flowing gauze material Stove !
p and although the natives are Malays .
.f the possibilities of an ocean voyageoccurred She promenaded with young -"
had fire broken out, or had United States officers, and the rising of they are very loyal She also has HOTELS:.
t we ma Into one of the hurricanes incident the sun at midnight would not have other rich possessions in the east, the The Boynton, BoyntonThe NO snOKE I NO SMELL I Nothing about them to get oat of
to that region, the soldiers of the attracted more attention. But the island of Sumatra being four times as Palms, West Palm Beach order. So simple in construction that a ,child can operate them ia

United States would have been exposed thing which threw the whole city into large as Cuba, and the island of Cele- The Earman House, West Palm Beach perfect safety.It .
. and to risks which Mrs McCann West Palm Beach to have throw the "GMotiee
: to dangers commotion was the appearance of a bes being larger than all New England James pays get one even though you to
,
might have been greatly modified by rid- The Travelers, Jacksonville Stave" into the rubbistrheap-and that's where it ought to be, if yon
American girl on the plaza
young of her six islandsin
to nothing
_
say ... value life and
the issuance of orders which -- property.
proper
ing a wheel and wearing a white cos-
I would have kept the ships within ball- tume with a short skirt. Such a thingas the West Indies'and her possessionsin JEWELERS: Call and see this wonderful BLUE FLAME OIL STOVE ia operation -
tag distance of each other, or by the a girl's riding a wheel was never be South America and Africa. The Idner & Son, West Palm Beach. at any time.
provision of an adequate equipment of good natured Netherlander, like the Greealeaf & Crosby Jacksonville
fore dreamed of in Santiago. This fair
,' boats and rafts." American cyclist was doubtless out for British, have held on to their profit- ,..-- Price, $5.00 and u.p. According to size and tlle.

Dn the nlgh|of Aug. 2 the transport the purpose of having a little fun and able territory by keeping the spirit of LAUNDRYVo :
dropped anchor off the harbor oft' she succeeded in astounding the natives trade alive' rather than the spirit of \ Kee, West Palm Beach L. W. BURKHARDT Finest MlNfiW ?a
Ponce. Uere the men heard for the m-- ,
with an event they would talk autocracy, and avoiding the levy of
.,,' 1-, first time of the landin at Gnanlca of about for.a lifetime under usual conditions. LAWYERS: 13
murderous taxes with in
r.; ": \ the detachment front Santiago, and of nothing return W I Metcalf West Palm Beach

the surrender of Ponce, without'shot, No less amazed was Santiago society to compensate. Frank W Pope Jacksonville "'II
being fired. Alex St Clair-Abrams,JacksonvilleMEAT
wben a Chicago' lady appeared at a '
As noon as possible I made my way fashionable reception in full evening Little Silk Hat Iron. -., and STYLISH': :
to Ponce which ia a sort of compound dress. It was square-neck decollge The man who has looked upon the MARKETS:

place. It consists of the city proper, gown. Santiago women had seen each curling ,Iron in the hands of his fair J P Mendel, ,West Palm Beach.

tome two miles inland, and of the port things in pictures but they did not believe friends with disdain will do well to try Will Whidden, DRESS GOODS WRAPS AND
city La Playa. Here I first had a the illustrations true tn life until and let them{org t his scorn, for thereis ,.. 0 "V'.a ,
I food chance to observe the natives of MUSIC HOUSE: LADIES' NOTIONB
the Chicago belle stood before them as a handy little'iron now for which he
the lower clasaet. Yen women, and the- living exemplar. Ludden & Bates' M II, Jacksonville RECEIVED ATTIIn ,
will find use himself. This is a mIn- ... JUST
children appear to occupy the bulk of -
L their time In eating mangoes, that Til Armr*. Stog Ge.. ute silk hat iron which conforms to NOTARIES PUBLIC:
1 fruit which Lady Brassey so aptly describes The heavy field artillery which was the shape: of the various parts of his W R Moses, West Palm Beach HONEST PROFIT HOUSE
by pronouncing it to be one of taken to Cuba with General Shatter's latest and most fashionable tile. Like Guy I Metcalf, West Palm Beach

the moat delicious of fruits, but to be expedition has been returned to the< the curling iron, It, too, has a handleby ... .
eaten only in one's bathtub. When not Washington arsenal The guns repre- which it is held over the gas jet tote NURSERY STOCK:

buy eating mangoes scores of these sent the highest type of movable ordnance -! heated before being passed over the John B Beach, West Palm BeachPHOTOGRAPHER
people parade the streets and the possessed by the United States silk surface of the hat. For sudden ,.-
'once roads in search of wealth. and it is doubtful if it is
Army surpassed emergencies this iron which can be :

o lions 1 was of Joy met as everywhere an American with who expres-had I the siege in pieces efectiveness of European and power Powers by used at home in a very few minutes, J B O'Dono hue, West Palm Beach GliEfl G. STROH1W,

helped to bring about the change of affairs It was disappointing to the ordnance will be found a very handy arrange- ,, II'
The better class of citizens experts of the Army, who have been ment, and save much vexation in waiting PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS: _,,L DEALER IN

showed me the most cordial hospitality indefatigably perfecting these weapons for the hat man to perform an op- R B Potter, West Palm Beach

whenever the occasion offered. But for the last five years. To them eration which should take but a few H C Hood "" "" Staple and Fancy Groceries
the satisfaction of a gentleman whom the campaign of Santiago was not a miutes. N S Burnham 'I' (
I met was lea vodferons than that siege technically but an assault and 1:1': .
PINEAPP 1tNTS.
displayed by our waiter In a cafe where It therefore not u'se Ruda'. Poor. A4A4 *
to si-
was possible
; another citizen WM asked his feeling ege :artillery. The operations were so Statistics show that in Russia only G C Matthams West Palm Beach $ Grain and all Supplies. $
.5RESTAURASehmid's .
In the matter of the change of affaire. rapid, and the progress of the firing 347,268 families out of a population of : .FoOd
.
waiter overheard the ,
The question
line toward the
objective city was about 130,000,000 souls have an incomeof
Cafe. West Palm Beach
and quite brought down the house by achieted In sucL short time #
a thaf no over 100 pounds a year, or that Will Melton West Palm Beach
prac- ,
hi rigorous howl of 'Viva los Americanot $
COUNTRY
opportunity was permitted to bring up :FRODVOBAlways : :
tically more that 99 cent. of the HIRETAIL
'But the same sentiment appears per
the heavy howitzers which were to be
f to pervade all classes. A local relied upon to make the Spanish whole.population are constantly in a GROCERS: Fresh, Kept la Sack I.

i paprr changed Ita title to La Nueva trenches speedily untenable, as well as state of abject poverty and pauperism L W Bnrkhardt Palm BeachJ t Your Solicited -
.:ra. Ano L Numero L (The New Era. demolish the fortifications. For a siege in their various degrees F Oliver. ', West Palm Beach Patronage
Tear- 1. Number' 1.1la the light artillery proved wholly The figures become appalling when J II Oiainis.u' West Palm Beach
due I reached San Juan. West Palm Beach 4-u West) palm Beach pa.
I tine ineffective, just as, experienced ordnance one considers the case of the peasantry, Glen G. Strohm ,
What most struck me on the Journeywas .-
officers knew it would. El Caneywas which forms the overwhelming majority -
the excellence of the great fired at half a day by a light battery of the SHOE REPAIRING: %%%%%% % %%% ,
population. The average %%
baa been written. Concerning the rail- ": which did no real harm, and the W R Mitchell, West Palm Beach
military road about which so much town was finally taken by an aggressive yearly income of a peasant family con- _e'
wars of the Island, the average Infantry charge. Similar condi- sisting of six members ranges between STEAMBOATS AND MACHINERY: -
I spent of which Is sixteen miles an tions prevailed in the capture of San 12 pounds and 15 pounds a year, out of Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co,
hour, the roadbed U fairly good and Juan II111, and Santiago finally capitulated which between 5 and 7 pounds has to Jacksonville New Store New Goods Rock Bottom Prlcn! I IT'iONIASOtt

the wcUrbuilt culverts, where the line without being damaged by be paid the Government in direct taxes. ,._
crosM the little vtreama, might well army fire TAILORING:
il W Imitated railroad In the Abe Safranek & Son West Palm Beach & g
by many a It was said that the Army siege guns SweeplBK of England's Hint. OWtt
Ptatta But the Un.-, are short and run were not utilized because the roads -...- ,
I The sweepings of the English Mint
,
a along proper the railway coast I'uerto I)stern,Rico and it needs needs a of were such too heavy poor weights to permit to transportation the front but are not to be despised. There is a" Indian TRANSPORTATION River and Lake Worth LINES Steamers: Dealers in Dry Goods, Shoes, Ladies' and ,Gentlemen's

; American capital and American brains the expert artillerists declare the 4- gold "sweep" and a silver "sweep. Ocean S S Co, Jacksonville and Notions.
Furnishings .
inch tires of the heavy guns will go The last sweep from the gold coinagehas F E C Ry, Jacksonville '. .

anywhere that Army wagons can go. been accumulating since August, WHOLESALE. We buy' for wish and sell for ash, BO jriv lower prktw then utoreu who gift

These guns are of two kinds-the 7- 1896. It wa, disposed of in March, GROCERS: credit. Our motto iI', Quick wales and small! profits, and i icriminntiuu DO di. .a

inch howitzers' and the 5-Inch guns. 1898, and brought' in $2,335. There Pope &""-.. .i'Vifksonville but Ml t.n all at same price, good* are all '

The howitzers weigh 3.700 pounds had been no sale of silver "sweep" up 11-10-tf plainly marked in fl ul'f'll. .
each, and when on the road their trun to the date of the report, but twentyone 9CITY .

nions fit in the sockets at the rear of tons had accumulated.. There is -
the carriagesbelng placed in the forward a loss by waste on the gold coinage

lOCkets only when firing. They which the sweep does not make good, MEAT MARKET
throw a 123-pound shell over an effective
range exceeding five mlle ,'using but the Mint made a net profit on the ,

t a charge of eight pounds of smokeless silver bullion purchased for coinage ---UEALERIS-- .

powder. last year of $1,908.350.1Yarqae .
WESTERN! FLORIDA MEATS

Great Wimltli of Ji>fr. Triple Alliance.A First-Glass; ,
Negros is ranked among the eleven triple matrimonial alliance, of a POULTRY BUTTER and EGGS.

largest islands In the Philippine archipelago remarkable character has just been 7

its approximate area being 2- completed at Blackburn. England. A Game in Season. J. P. MENDEL, Proprietor.
300 square miles. The ,total population r
.A $TRIOr'!' IX PONCEto : according to the latest Spanish widow and widower had two sons and 2-1999 WEST, PALM BEACH FLORIDA

bnlM It. The first companl111 the statistics, ls:204, 6C9. two daughters respectively, and, the --2.
field I II likely to hold a monopoly, as a Negros lies parallel to Cebu and 18. friendship between them recently led Job Printing I e ,

district whichU hardly half the size separated from that island by a strait I to the double wedding of these broth- s
.f the State of New Jersey does not I about fifteen miles wide. The largest ers and sisters. The mother and father I

prevent unlimited chances tfulte for desirable competi .. towns in Negros are Jlniamaylan Du- I also became engaged, and on a recent Prospectors and Inquirers
tion. It la therefore
Bale and Baoolod. The
magnete. last Saturday were married in a Blackburn -
that such an enterprise be essayed by
named is the administrative
boaatde operators. Rome four or five centre. I(I church in the presence of a con-
Considering: its size. Negros is
knairfd miles of track are all that regarded -; siderable number of friends to'whom Will find THE TROPICAL SUN
by some authorities., the rich-,i
At tie Sun Office.
would! be necessary and perhaps all the singular' clscumstances were '
est in the archipelago. There are !
many foaled to the muzzle week with
that would be desirable at present known. every I
large sugar plantations, and sugar I II .
e UM should be completed. It I
The bolt raising is the principal occupation of the information '
I just they want. "
draw from and supply the lowland
weald of the inhabitants. In the Escalante I Base Mowing Machine ,
border of the coast line and by region splendid tobacco Is grown. The in some parts of California may be Try it and be convinced. j

a doing so greatly economize in the ex- low lands along the coast are in a fine 'seen giant mowing machines which' ( ..." ?{fr:'- t

1 pease.$ to of the marketing principal the Industry sugar- 'of crop that. stateof cultivatiaa. cut a strip of wheat JO feet wide. SabiCriptioL Price-1 year! $2; Six Months $1; Three jlonths, 60 cUc 1


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THE TROWCAt SUA!'WET' PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. APRIL 6, 18'''. .
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HE TOOK' -THE ADVICE. HER MANY OFFICES. Mathushek PianosAre THE BALfflflBI. TiPBi : t

(:Concluded to Ba'., Lander and Surprised ;. }
His Father. SECRETARY, TREASURER AND GENERAL iau.<. With a Name ABE SAFBASEK>- & SON, -f

T The boy had got Into trouble and the MANAGER OF AN ELECTRIC CO. Pianos TM : H"ve A Re utatk.n MANAGERS Of '\
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old gentleman had taken him to task "conrl noneTh't are the "

for It with considerable severity; TheM Are the Fotltioni Held by Mr*. Eva > nd that liraectwi'l ill, test: of The Three Friends f ;;i

"1 just followed the other boys," he TutU of San Fwlro, Cat-Among Othei timean .havtui'iieiiedll; most

Cti + ;acY pleaded"That's, "and worse did-than what' they no excuse did." at Accomplishment Mie It a Skilled. ingW:: CTHieAt musi'-ian* in ev ry WILY. Tailoring Company. ..

WHAPS IN A NAME. .. all," returned the 'old gentleman. neerand Flrat-CI.- Electrician. They Are Not :,

a ... 'That Indicates that you haven't any Mrs. Eva E. Tutts, in her position cl olw frtilr. pianos that Lave beenYenluil SUITS AND PAIrs HADE TO OR"ELCleaning i
neat
Little girl 'at door independence or Individuality. I want Secretary, Treasurer. and General !
Never plays wive me, you to lead and not to follow. The Manager of the Long Beach and !ban '- I lor jrhrc i.u luenoifcr> -- :

Giuse she says:'at I don't more leaders ore the people who count in Pedro iCal.) Electric Company, is an ed as "grraL brains nor are and '-j
RepairingA
In society. this world and I want you to be a other example and a brilliant one, they "cheap, low-grade" pianos Pressing!
: leader. 1 never want to hear again of the successful woman of business.Mrs. : ,"
made to sell "at half price. Specialty.FIT .
I' She wears Jes' the finest clothes-. that you have followed the other boys Tutts is a skilled engineer and t. .

Cost a lot, I guess Into troulfc." electrician. She bad many obstaclesto Every Piano Is New, mmm SUAPJITEED.'f( 1 1WIiT
AND .
While the besteKt gown I has The boy promised that he would follow overcome- before she obtained a and is made in the
II a gingham dress. this advice and results showed franchise giving bar the right to oper- every part PALM BEACH FLA. f
.-J that he lived up to his promise. Whenhe ate 4ln electric- plant: to supply light Mathushek Factory, "'
She baa the mOBt.b'u'tu hats- was Best- before his father for beat and power in Long Deach after which is a guarantee that U will .

_' My! but they is fine; getting into trouble his face. waswreathed'wth which she immediately began negotiating last lifetime.
: ,An' her shots-I guess they cost : hCaiteA: for the purchase of property and Chinese Laundry
A dollar more than mine. "It's all right this time." he saId the necessary machinery and' electrical Why Take Chanceson ,

.#-I,( She has "..Ul right this timer: exclaimed the equipmentOn heap pianos when the Old
ponies 'at ,
she drives
: Almost ev'y day; old genU man. "Why, it's worse than July 25, lS!)."-, the plant was in t. and Reliable Matbushek jan lie WO KEE. Proprietor. .
ever. According to the complaints successful operation, and it Is stated
__ An'. they goes so tast oo-oo-ooh! coming In from the neighbors you havebeen by experts that the services have been .Give-- bought at prices and terms to. !

Takes your bref away. up to more mischief in the last continuous and growing the present .. suit )'ou? There are rarfre than Shirts ....... ...'.._ ....... *.,....... 10-

SheU rich but I Jes- bet .- two ,days' than ever before." I time. 15,000 Mathushek Pianos in *. Open Front ..... ...... 2fur23Coll& t

'At she envies "But I didn't follow anybody; ," protested the boulli. "You Should Have '$............... ,.. .... .. ... 4da
.'Cause her name me.la Smlf the boy: "I led." I : Cute .. .. ......:...... ................ 6c
An' mine Is Althea Maggie "Worse and worse," returned the One. Ladies'hlrt\\"aLtt. ... ......... 15e
Penelope d'Arcy I :
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Lee.-Louis B. < Old gentleman. Genuine Mathushek Pianos _
Cooky.
"Why, said wanted me to
you you are only hold by CWSS WOBX GUABAXTEED.
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OF ALUM .
JEWELS What has that to do'wltb all this LUD11EN& 1TES' S. ll. \\. Banyan Street WEST PALM BEACH.

deviltry Fred Kahn, Manager. : -3I
Hew to Mk Them for Charades: ndAmateur "
answered the r
"Everything boy.Thf're
: 29 East Bay St., Jacksonville. Fla.
Theatrleatf. ain't but one way. to be a leader The i, BROTHERS

A very pretty and amusing way of that I know of." ---- PHESEBRO ,
making jewelry to be uSI.'Illn the production "And what Is It?" '
I 1 } Fish Market, New Y6rk.
of charades or_ In juvenile "Why, to size up which way the 7 .. : O'DOPGHUE Fulton
amateur theatricals is here shown. crowd's going to go and then travel a S. S. 't' .5 ;= 'Wholesale Commission Fisb Dsalsrs! '
Dissolve a pound of alum In a quart of lIttle faster than any one eIae in that '.

hot water and suspend In the saturated direction. -
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solution a crown or some other shaped The old gentleman! stopped in his 'rrfa i : THE ALL 'ROUHO Our Indian Rlverfyecialties Are:

form made of wire and covered with search for the cane he had intendedto I..' 4 5 SPANISH MACKEREL
strips of flannel or w und with WOOlen use and which! the boy had carefully ..,

threads. In order to obtain the very hidden. Ills eyes opened wide PHOTOGRAPHER POHPANO"KINB-FtSH.

best results it is necessary to select a i with astonishment, and he gasped once ;, f::":..J 'I 8HWSHEAD. BLUEFISH,
teasel of glass with an even highly or twice before be was able to speak: r
polished inside surface, which must "Th>| boy," he !said at last, more to MES. EVA E. TCTTS. bun Has come to bJ in West Palm I SEA TROUT, ETC.

remain undisturbed for twenty-four himself than ary one else "Is born, The same year Mrs. Tutts appliedfor
hours in a quid place after the solu- to go into politics, and there's no'use a similar franchise in San Pedro, ..ft Beach, and is now fully prepared todo OUR uDUCEyurs TO SHIPPERS ARE:

tion of alum has teen poured in and trying to whale It out of,him. and on April 7,1800, for the transmis- .
the article to be covered with crystalshas ; sion line connecting the two cities by work to gratify his patrons. Prompt ReturDS and FIll) Market lakes,

been suspended so as to bang free finger %luk tar >rho>l hlldrrn. way of Terminal Island and by a sub- ------

In the solution without touching on In the old Dames' schools In country marine cable under the Inner harbor Stencils Forwarded on Application.

any side. A cool room is preferable, districts even MI late as 50 or GO years of San Pedro. Terminal Island which Correspondence Solicifed.c. .
for the crystals covering the wire. will ago there was always kept on the has since been added makes a brilliant Studio, ODD Masonic BIDet

then be larger anu more brilliant desk, side by side with the birc-h, apair showing night with its long -

After remaining twenty-four hours of finger stocks. As the children row of wharves and sidewalk lights WEST.PALM BEACH.

In the solution the article, now covered went up in turn to the desk to repeat I and its brilliantly illuminated clubhouses .

with crystals, can be withdrawn, and their lessors, they were each obligedto and cottages, whose lightinghas REYNOLDS
will keep indefinitely in a. dry place. put on these stocks.FDTGER been Installed by Mrs Tutts.> A Chance to do Your

The addition of some chemicals will In 180G she incorporated'tt,company -, CALEB HALEY CO. WHQLESAU AHO RETAIL
I under her personal management, of
result in very fine color effects; thus
i i t ti. she is President. In speakingof .
the use o. iron alum will bring forth I which < Wholesale Commission Dealers in SIIIPPER AND DEALER IX
i. her plant Mrs. Tutts said: "Our
very fine blue crystals aid chromo II It
alum equally fine yellow ones. The plant ,is small, but it is a model one.We ALL KINDS OF FISH.
ice:. 'have been careful to install only I
simplest c-dltions for coloring the !
crystals, while not i ringing about fine tile most efficient apparatus, and we; Special Attention given to the sale oi POMP AND,

results, are a few drops of ordinary i Ia9I' have never had any trouble from leakage Southern Fish. SPANISH :MACKEREL,

ulut-Llack writing lut or of a solutionof or at the Junction of the cables 'OMPANO. Bum Flaw, TROUT', SHEEP
and main lines. Never, did I say? I SPANISH MACKEBSL.Id
Humus, which can el.siIJbe obtained HEAD RED SNAPPER SHID, etc. .
in any drug store. II moan only once, when some individual
4 whose curiosity got the best of him-
CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED; ,
A Se-t.6! Pule. ? he evidently thought that anything >!d BIBS FISH.
o UETURXS.
done by a woman could not be perfectcut PROMPT
The problem is to see how many
coins can be dropped Into a wine.glass I through the lead armor,and rubber It Fulton Fish market; DEW YORK. 4 .
Insulation under the pier where I'
filled quite to the brim with water
without making the, water overflow. the cable lands,at low tide, a.nil.when WEST PALM BEACH FLA.

I Were yon to be'told that the glass will STOCKS FROM WALES. I the uae came in naturally the lights I
I went out" Geo. S. Hacker & Son BOX 187. II-544I 1
hold as many as twenty quarters or
The hands behind the
it'is were placed t Mrs. Tutts is a woman of charming
shillings after quite full of water ,
back and the four finders of each
I personality. The fact that hers is the
you would all shout "Impossible; hand inserted in the holes. With the -hand that holds_the throttle and ,. WHEN ie be and via
.., however a trial will prove to you the t Jacksonville lore
truth of this statement shoulders brought well back, the child that she is a skilled mechanic,;able to a ffi it your Old Friend, who will sorprU
surprising
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in this position was absolutely helpless, I do > excellent manual. work if necessary II. with Bargain in
Wipe the glass dry so that not, .vestige you
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and entirely at the mercy of the old at'
has in lessened her delightful
of moisture to it either Inside 'I no sense
clings dame, should she be inclined to use f femininity.1b. 1 e Dry Goods. Clotliine andGents'
or out; then, with vessel havinga
the birch or box the ears of any delinquent Fniiihhing*__.
spout, fill it slowly and carefully scholar.
with water to the exact brim. Now IhbY'I 111111"1. D. SINGER Manager
band These finger-stocks were also used The latestfad among fond and youthful II Bridge ..tl't'eL Near Buy.
with steady very gently drop in
as a mode .of pnu'slimt'iit! the chil- II-os 1A1asoNnttP"vLnsrn\
mothers is of
a diary baby's "coo-
the coins, holding them edgewise. As
dren having to stand with their hands
Sings and doings and these books or
are
soon as the coin touches the water let I
them for hour
fixed in
an or more at
intended for when
that little disturbance baby's perusal he or
It fall, so as as a time. I W. R. MITCHELL,
possiMe will be made. As (!;:{'b coin { she.bhall have attained years of matur- .
do look
not
goes in the water rises a trifle' above Although method they avery it 1 1formldabll' ity. The uninitiated will ask Inquiringly Shoe Repairing Neatly Done, Hat
of
torture, only '
until Its elevation is I "What is a baby book?
the brim readilypert.'lltible
remains for iaem to be tried to ness Sewed and
to the Of satisfythe It is a book in which all baby's MANUFACTURERS OF Repaired.
eye. course
of their .
there comes a time when just one more inquirer bore etficacy.The Illustrated I wonderful sayings and doings are recorded Out-of-town costbmtn will receive
finger-stocks are from the day upon which he Doors Sash promt attention. Shop on Olive Street,
coin will make it overflow, but you can the actual sUe of the picture. ,
atop just before this occurs. Thescientific They i made his first bow to this cold world. next door north of TROPICAL Sc* Build-.
f 4 explanation this interesting came from a remote village In Wales, I The first page in the book has blank Blinds MouldingsAND ill$!'. g.IBt'YouBuy'Em""I
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and are made of limeT\ood, tied together .
spaces, which when filled in tell
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; experiment is that "attraction
with old brown ribbon.
3 1 of gravity" U not so great as the "coI s I hour and day baby came how much he "
I Ferve 'Em!
weighed, tfce color of his and hair,
e bolTattradon"! of water-that eyes :Material
lean of tnimat.
Building
a is to to a certain point Some I and at thb bottom of all this wonderful OYSTERS Cooked aa via Hie them white
say up If scientists are to be trusted, it is Information you wait tinTed In All Style*,lad it tU hors,
f oay this will be made clearer to yon, a mistake to that the lives of : are the signatures; of CHARLESTON, S, C. between 6.. m.and 11 p. m.Kcfre .
. I' but just now you can: amuse,yourself suppose the parents nurse and doctor who welcomed 'huenu. told Drinks and Cifan."
animal are peaceful and happy The Sun
i with the facttvrctng Worms are in constant terror of '; him. Tropical vrr Largest Factory South. WILL LT05'S' SISTACSABT,

d I t i! birds. The smaller birds are never The book Is very beautifully and appropriately Send for Prices. Olive street, Neat l'Im ltetpx.trussUs "
illustrated. All the I
Fcff Into Botil important -
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free from'dread 6f hawks.,or owls or s
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t furnishes events in'baby's life are here recorded.
Atmospheric pressure some -,- -- -
-ats. Cats are afraid, not only of their .
4 K? interesting facts, some of the experiV ; One enthusiastic young mother : STREET. I
ancient the dog but of the
enemy
," ments being enough like magic to find is keeping: a faithful record of her I
F., t a place in a parlor entertainment wicked small boy who throws stones. boys' first two years of lifo, because .tl
Dogs are afraid of one another and In
MY SPECIALTIES
Take an ordinary decanter and a hard- she says, "it will be interesting for 1 THECORNER :
mortal terror of
TOWS. J
1 boiled egg. Take the shill off the egg. Horses are haunted by the swish of him to read It over when he is Presi- Job Department _

' 1- Then push a piece of paper down into the whip. Sheep to suffer froma '. dent of the 'country or filling some :.:
! decanter and light it and let it appear high office"
t ? the I FANCY FAMILY GROCERIES.
> constant prevl iou of the butcher j
i? burn. As soon as you see that the I 1
." Sprats are tortund by the expectationof CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS
i paper Is nearly consumed, put the egg being swallowed by the mackerel I \Vnmon .. Letter Citrriera. j
on the mouth n the decanter like a and mackerel art always expecting the i There recently retired from tlJe,BrlsI FANCY TEAS AND COFFEES. '
' ; 4 cork small end down. In a few mic 'i I tol Eng. Post Office
a
postft oman who
y .I. most same fate every at living the jaws thing of a is shark.afraid AI-I' was born in 1823; and who must have Prints Letter Heads y G R 0 0 E RY FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES

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been ;
delivering :
t '., man. letters for -the best part Note Heads : .:..
of sixty She
Besides, not an animal exists who IS1 years. was beventy-two
1 I years of age when she retire, and it i.
i.s'I L not being. of perpetually parasites. gnawed The woodcock by hundreds I 1ls' estimated that she must have StatementsBusiness NEW STORE, NEW GOODS, COURTEOUS TREATMENT.

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and turbot swarm with tapeworms.In I walked a quarter of a million! miles Cards .
during her long service. Although she
ichneumon
I lays the its young eggs,catl'rpIL'ttthe and the little animals i:i served a very sparsely populated district Bill Heads ll'ompt'ree Delivery on Both Sides of the Lake.

; (J that are hatched cat the caterpillar till she was never stopped or molested a
I'I in any way on her rounds and it
not a particle is left _
And all kinds of Fine Stationery
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Thousands of little worms live in the Is needless to say that she gained the J. F. OLIVER, Proprietor.
I| respect of all with whom she came In J
rabbit and when a dog eats'him they
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.. lodge themselves under the dog's I contact The Lords of her Majesty's __.

tongue and often drive him mad with I Treasure, recognizing the exceptional. Are You Supplied ? "I
pain. Great tumors ere raised on the circumstances of this woman's service ATTENTION MERCHANTS I f

backs of sheep and cattle by parasites I granted her half pay in the shape of

Tse E which bore under the skin. Even pension and the inhabitants of her native .

crocodiles suffer, from never ending village took the occasion of her THE MIAMI BOTTLING WORKS I
.; l'OaaNG AN BOO INTO A DECANTEB.atea toothache caused by a little beast that retirement to present her with a handsome Give us Trial Ot"llerI'

the air outside presses the egg lodges in his Jaws.In testimoniaL Is prepared to deliver, EXPRESS PEFPAID, to all responsible parties
through the 'neck of the bottle down fact, it is as trna with regard toilniJflals Another post woman in the Bristol

inside. The egg being at least twice as of mi>n-that there is no district has just succeeded her.aunt as BOTTLED SODA, POP, GINGER ALE, etc., ,
U large as the mouth of the decanter peace for them oa earth. -Postmistress, the latter having '
; U requires force enough to make It served for forty->.even years and And We Will Patronage of Dade County Mmlunw Solicited and SatisfutUa Cutnnued.. _

grow long and narrow.. The vacuum Keep (!,ti, L reached the astonishing age of ninety- *
inside made by the burning paper and Arthur, who is fcrU'Jden to speak at fiThe niece: bad served for ,forty- T. CASIELLANO. rop. ltlMIF'L.le. j

the atmospheric pressure get the egg the table had his revenge the other two years as postwouun, so that she II-24-lf .

"1 through and It falls to the bottom and day. As dinner Wan he was uneasy, must be well on to sixty on taking up' _n_ .,

regale Its own shape. We will. not and finally said: "Ma, can't I speak her new appointmentirtnr -, :
discuss the question of getting the egg just one word?"' i Clarence G Miller Mi LonRbotham;
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: S got again.is "You know the inle, Arthur" o' Fruit Jnire. Please YOU... .
"Not one word" Pure grape juice, says an authority 3. B. MILLER & CO.

; : 4 Remind In* Him. "X _Arthur n')'. until your father on foods, i is invali'able In either sickness EnUblUbrd 1841
:: < Helen and her father and mother nlihlS! the riper" & or health. In fevers it is both food -

., were dining in a hotel and Helen, who Arthcr subsided! until! the paper was and raedC'; np. and is more and more; --WHOLESALEeQommission .
; was six years old, had never before tiislird. when be was asked what head used by physicians. Oranges and piae- .

..z dined in a public place. The waiter to say apples make a delicious\! juice, but the
ti was so attentive and courteous that "Oh nothirjr; or'y Nora put the cus-' small fruits are mole valuable. Ctr-I Fish Dealers.

Helen's mother sell be must be tipped rds outside the '!l'dow to cool., and rants, used alone or mixed with"a third .

It the end of the meaL The word :ie cat has .been t.tin: them up:" of raspberries are more so, and the 7 Fulton Fish Market, NEW YORK.
St "?pped" was one Helen had never -- ---- huckleberry: and eMwberry yield
products
bead used except In connection with A II..'",! ''.ins :Maa.WiHie not to be despised.! Blackbem-s L SPANISH MACKEREL, SHEEPS-HEAD, BLUE fISH

a dnmpoart on her father' premises. drank a put of yeast, field or garden arc valuable! medic'n-i! : ,
VTbrn thy ?::o! up to leave the dlrlns I Drank it '. pitt> of warning."I agents, aal the pest cherry nui-at- POMPANO, RED SNAPPER. GREEN TURTLE ETC.
room she ad! ; "Oh. papa papa! You hop>.*"11I1" iihis: will> make me able as a fri.!t > conies nectar W .ell J

SQr.ot to dUUlP the waiter __ KUe early in the morning. made into a t'ln;; S Stencils Promptly Furnished. 1MOU

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Y..P. & C E. TOPIC FOR THE WEEK "* THE LEAGUE TOPiC FOR THE WEEK
SERIES,APRIL ft
BEGINNING APRIL 8. BEGINNING APRIL ftWitt

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one of the dark parts of the world "Then Jesus six days before the Men and women this side of the will move Friday into the .

we think It was India, one of the natives passover came to Bethany, where Lazarus grave, will never see eye to eye the de- :

speaking of the Bible to a missionary was, which bad been dead, tails of any line of thought bpt regard- = 4' ;'

j a ,said: "If the lives of your people whom be raised from the dead. lug the putting on of Holy Garments NEW
STORE
'were In accord with that book you The raining of Lazarus not only there Is a great diversity of opinion

"II't would cause the,world to.be converted caused some to believe on Jesus and that should not exist. Even among AdvertisersWho I

within a year." those who loved Him to become more Methodists It is too frequently asserted

We, of course, do not agree with the firm In their faith In Him, but It also that mankind cannot live a holy life IN THEWHILLDIN

thought that Christian consistency caused greater hostility on the part of ; in this world of sin, although u a denomination 1
those who refused to accept any proof
x would cause all mankind to accept our, that Jesus was the Christ; it 1s supposed -, we have always pointed I

Christ,'to'we know that when he himself that on atvouut of this bitter with more or less pride to the fact that BLOCK.I

walked upon earta the great multi tostillty that Jam and Ills dlaldllt'lll I our church was raised up by God to

tudes did not believe on him becauseof spent a few weeks in retirement at spread'Scriptural holiness'throughout' Use thei \

the hardness of their hearts; but; Cpbralm, In the mountainous district all lands. If you want NEW GOODS call tatre and get them
nevertheless It U true that If the professed north of Jerusalem.: Commentatorsagree Two of the distinguishing doctrines I .

church of God had on the Holy that In all probability this time of our denomination are the witness of
taken Jesus in giving needeil -}1
by
s fy Garments and lived the life as well as was up the Spirit to our conversion, and the
Instructions to Ills, disciples; the i
j made the profession, many who now time of our lesson being the tint part (i experience of entire sanctification; INDIAN BI7IB m LAKE WORTH'SrIAMBOT SERVICE j

refuse to accept the Saviour would of Jesus' ministry in the flesh |I which we declare to be "that act of Columns of .,

i ."need the knock of the nail-pierced "There they made Him a supper, divine grace whereby: men are made, -BE'tWEEN- I

; band." and Martha served!, but Lazarus was holy." and in our catechism we! follow TITUSYllLE
eOCrOEDGE JENSED AKD PALM BEACH.
? The teaching of holiness of life and one of them that %it at the table with that up by declaring not only that all 1

! '; purity of heart does occupy the pre- Him." i men may be wholly sanctified in this CONDENSED SCHEDULE.On

eminent place in the Christian church .This supper ,given to Jesus: and Ills life,but we assert that It is God's com "

F which of right belongs to It. Too frequently disgples took place on Saturday Sabbath evening had- mand that they shall be. I and after Tuesday, February Uth, 1899. i
after the Jewish
U it east ulde as a mere denominational Surely in the face of these facts i : .,
ended at sunset at the house of Simon -SOUTH BOIDCD.'J
doctrine or the special the leper; ,Lange says that probably Methodists should be united in the putting THE.
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bobby of some religious fanatic. This Simon was one of those who had been on of robes of righteousness while Leave Titugvi.le daily except Sunday and Wednesday 4:00: pm s

}, ought not to be. It & true that some cured by our Nu 1our lie also says we are yet In these bodies. It cannot Arrive Bockledge, K 830 P IQ "

.i ; denominations do lay special stress that according tradition be was the be too.frequently urged upon Epworth Leave Titugville, daily except Sunday and Wednesday, 4.00 p m

It. upon it. and It U also true that some father of Lazarus; according to others Leaguers 'that they are doubly bound Arrive Jensen, Daily except Monday and Thursday, 10.00am* J
people who mean well do become fanatical he was the husband of Martha or Entire *
'believe in the doctrine of Leave Titugville '
Martha was his widow. One tiding Is Mondays,Tneeday! and Fridays, 4.00pm
upon the ,subject, but that Sanctification: first, because when Arrive Palm Beach
f' certain.. Martha was a great worker TROPICAL following day 130pm
. f should not prevent, our meeting the and whether or not this was her own seeking admission to membership In % 1

divine requirements and making sure home this verse tells: us that she the Methodist Episcopal church it was -SORTO BOCHD.- 7

! f.'.: of our own soul's salvation. "served, but Lazarus was one of them necessary for them to accept the doctrines Leave Palm Beach Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursday9.00am ::1
We sing about going to the city of be
that sat at the table. of the church, and secondly,
t f the blest, and declare we are going to "Then took Maiy a pound of ointment cause by their active member's pledgeIn Arrive Titniville, following day 1.30 pm'

wear white robes over there? but we of spikenard, very costly and an- the League they have promised to Leave Jensen, daily except Thursday and Saturday 8.00pm s

r, : too' frequently lose sight of the ,fact ointed the feet of .Jesus, and wipedI seek far themselves and help others at- :' SUN Arrive Titusville daily except Sundays and Monday12.30 p m '"i

a ; that we must prepare here to go there i is feet with her hair. In the tain this experience. .g Leave Bockledee ily except Sundays and Wednesdays, 9.00 p m i
While Martha assisting
t. and the white robes the holy garments necessary: service, was of serving, we see '1 But aside from the doctrine of Chris- Arrive TituBvtlle, a M M u 12.30pm J
won there must be put on here. This tian perfection our Scripture lesson ),
p of love her
in service anointing
" .. world U the dressing room or prepare Mary Master's a feet and wiping them with has much in it from the standpoint o( H. GAILLARD, Mgr., T. T. REESE Agt., CIIAS. DAVIES. Gea.Agt., j

;. lag place where we must get ready for the hairs of Jeer head. The Century regeneration: when that act takes St.Augustine;Fin Palm Beach Fla. Titnsvilie. Fl- 1

;. the place of our eternal abode. We believe Dictionary says that this ointmentwas place we are to "put on the dew man;

u the tree falleth.'so It will lie; pure nard like attar of roses, un-f which after God Is created In righteousness .. .

'. u we die. to we will be through eter- adulterated. In fall strength. Its and true holiness." '

" nity. More, and more we should be led costliness adulteration.made It it Is peculiarly estimated liable that the to The "Weekly Pulpit" I&YIrile NewMan CLAIM: Florida East Coast Ry. :

: to fee that to be a Joint-heir with value of this ointment at that time -(I) New thoughts. Formerly .

Christ means not to be a servant of was about $50.00, which, In comparison chaos, now light (2) New motives TIME TABLE NO. 19. IN EFFECT MARCH 13, 189IJ.

; t the enemy of our souls. with values today would be be- The glory of God and the welfare of .

Light and darkness cannot co-exist: tween J300 and $400. but the attar (or fellow-men take the place of selfish BOCTH BOUND Read Down). NORTH BOUND (Reed Uj V -"

If we have Qhrist, Satan will necessarily otto) of roses made in Hindustan according -+1 and sinful motives. Order and beauty It Is The oW' w KoJ5l 8. o..nSilf? a ai*
is lose his grip upon us. With the Indwelling to the American Cyclopedia dislodged confusion and fruitleggnesa y Daily Daily $! STATIONS. ? KoMly
of one there Is the departure requires 400,000 full-grown roses to The blood of IBM) giro m418p ,
New '
Produce: one ounce, which sells when (3) dispositions loop iPTffp f T8f'LT........ JackJonrtlle?.........Ar Tttp fcpllfltofe tee*
I., of the'other. ,'Jesus has washed away the corrupting Y OOp 2nUp10 SOB 845&Ar.. .... .bbAusuat .........LT tKf / f06aTOQa
_ r.' In the morning If the lower part ofj pure. In the' English warehouses as inflammations of the heart ((4) New 106p loP 8 ouaiLv........*..St.Augustine.........Ar ig'4aupj
for Y .
high as $100 an ounce, or IU200 as .Bastin LTJtlatkB.
home Is dark we do not endeavor
our much as used to anoint the feet enjoyments. surroundings are new Baoa'Ar' .. t LT 4auSUOpiSU
Mary
. j to shove,or force in the light; we do of Jesus. the experiences are also new, and consequently tuua Yt2iaLv.iralatka ..ArSftnltoteo. ) .,,,., '

the more reasonable and only successful ,"Then saith one of His disciples the heart has new joys The BEST I ffip nWAr ... LTSaoIUteo. T" / ... .

> f thing we open the windows and Judas Iscoriot Simon's son, which new man Is immortal"This Yu5aTiJ6a'ITSaTeiLT' v ..Ea t Palatka.... Ar 'f-- TEX

\: with the coming of the light the dark should betray Him "Why was not this putting on of the new man does Il liWplOSSaIllpl049a ....... .....On&oiuL...>.......>... I47p ..... 4Its
;:,' ness disappears ointment sold for three hundredpence 1181 ..... ........Dartooa.............N SSSp /&*> ... lay
i not rob us of our personality nor take :. l&plOMa144PU12a ...:y..ort Orange...... .. .NN.
, ; \ We may endeavor to use a substitute; and given'to the poor? from us,our distinguishing traits; we lliOpii'iu : *.Kew Bmrrna 113.t ::: : 4tOaSIJa
Telonbet says that this is an Illustration Slip .... .:...
artificial but will .
we' it Hnli
mar use light; of bow one man can Influence remain peculiarly ourselves, althoughwe t .loon :.TtauvOl ..._Y? 't P. .
not answer for the light that comes are changed from children of wrath, .. ..... .Qty Potns ........ I..... ...... .
ot the another for evlL Judas looked upon ....a !?}P i2 e1p! '.......... ...Cocoa*............. 1 ) pi
with the filial sun. tiiis as a waste and his mutterings and transformed into heirs of eternal llta ... 145p'1245p ............BocUedn......... 105p; *toUlipj >>...... ..... Stto
E So It U with all unregenerated per- caused others Matthew and Mark) to ..glory. !' ... ......& aHill .... ....... 12 2ip Iii ....... ...
AdvertisingMEDIUM r ... ..leibourn ..., ... .. : ..
sons. They 'realize they are in thedarkness JoIn him In his condemnation."This I I Some one has said: "When we put off : :. lISp .... Boejeiand.... 'w UlCaJ -N
of sin. Many of them are be said not that he cared for : :: :. N u sB;;::; ... .
our old clothes we put them off for ** .. / ; .N
because be thief ; ...../:w si. Lucie,......::: w SlOlUai. : :
the but '
.. ,icily convinced the Son of Righteous- poor; was a Sunday wear, fir business wear but tttit S'STp ..........Fort Pierct........... i+ ist2 UlflaUUB9 f
. : new has risen with healing in his and had the bag, and bare what was use them about our garden or In the ..,. 42p... ........... laden............... ::::. .N
i put therein." .. .: .... ?Jenxe...,... ...... W 01s) ::
wings. They really want the darkness Some have thought that Judas want- cellar. So it is that many put on the .... : ......". Stuart .........
to depart, but they go about It in the holy garment-or try to-for Sunday ....Hobe bound...... 5i.
wished It had
that
ed the
money, or .
cultivate Dally Went Jnpiter. .. .. SlOal Xtaily ,
wrong way. Some endeavor to been given to him, so that be might only." ISSaExsuTSi .Ar.WeetAimBeach.: ....... SSalOUaXxM88UBlOk ..1O)
the darkness out; others are deluded carry It around because he "bare" Some Indeed try to wear the holy garments Site bo6p Lv..Palm Beaca laa........ > i4iin8fialOtiaa ... .
; with the thought that making what in the but the 60s* ** 50p Slop '. Roral PoiucUna iup iQlOp
was put bag, revised in this way, and seem to be de- S lite 0 >p .. .Wait Palm Beaca... ,.liuaj soup c
: J $ sacrifices to God will cause It to disappear version says he said what he luded with the thought thkt the gar .. pWKtfiJyp .. ...N..........Boynton.............L IWIfed I .. 5S4p .$419,. {
f ; ethers give.their names to the did, "Because, being a thief, and baring ..... I Kp Delray........! ..* ri5 ,. ;2rtp ...... ,.
.. the took what ment of salvation and robe of righteousness .. KpiioaiioiTp| .. ... ..fort Landerdala....... e ...... 444plOUp .,.,, ..
bag was put
church and make frantic efforts
: to per- away "' is only for the week-night 053p45alll :....Lemoa City......
suad themselves that the light has therein." OUp raopAr .. Miami. ... V.VtT S lft ilJ5a! 'T80J
and aIr Sabbath -
the
church services day on
On this Incident Dr. Schaff writes
i. come because they are engaged 'In a "Mark the striking contrast between: but we rejoice thai such is not BETWEEN SEW SMYRNA ASP ORANC1K CITY JUXCTIOM.Ke. .

great deal of so-called church work. the; money bag of Judas and the alabaster I the case and we admit that a religion Of Any 1)) STATIONS "
But these methods 4o'not cause the KfiUpl 8 2UaV.I T. ... IlCW ISllIJT&al .A,
,r box of, Mary, his thirty pieces merely' for one day in the week Would ."" ".i. Y ........................... ....e..v .*..*..........; .... ... WMBi Slip
i darkness of sin to depart The Light of sliver and' her three hundred denarii never satisfy the longings of our souls. 4."I" ..... ................. :Orange Cit)'. ...........:::....._".. .. MM*' ause t'.
cornea another way. Jesus U the true his love of money and her liberality We are satisfied with Jesus now be- 4 Sue! AP.......... .. .. ...Oraags l.Yty Juaetka.................... IQb f eta _

Light, and Just u the sun endeavors his hypocritical profession of cause he is a satisfying portion. Not All tTBlns between New Smyrna sad Orange Qty Janctioa Dally exeepi feuJUrlKey ....-.'
to get into our closed homes in the concern for the poor and her noble .
and in
the Sabbath the
only
on prayer West Havana and Nassau.
morning and fiord them with the light deed for the Lord, his wretched end i I j
and
meeting, class meeting, Epworth
of day so Jesus stands at the door of and her noble memory forever. I League service but at all times and in DYWE8T. ThuteuWII--_ )' of Key We.."of the Florida Zulo-.l&.Ia'lhht "
# heart and knocks for an entrance "Then said Jesus. Let her alone; Company team Miami for Key West on Monday. W.ISM ors an 1 lridsye star wrim UKaezt
very against the day of my burying hath all places he is to us the fairest of the WEEKLY PAPER train from Jeek.nnvWe..bond 11:SO p.m.,arriviBf at Key: West day aooa. .
"
and by letting hm in the dark- be this. Lear Key: West:290 p.m. itandard time)oa TaaidtTi TttondarriTiag and atardavaa|.
and kept fair.This Miami next moraines la time to connect with WInk bread traia.
cess will go as surely quickly u Mary had no idea how soon our Lord new life, this holy garment is .
; the sunlight causes the darkness to disappear would end His ministry. *.nd after- received only through union with HAVANA. The Steamrtdp"Unetan-ot the rtortd kit Coat Btemmdtip limpay t
leaves Miami for Havana oa Unadaya Bad WedMadayi after arrtral of
: traiB troll Jack.o. -
;. when we open the windows of wards It must have given her a great Christ and after we receive It, and yule,about USB: p.a.arriTiog at BaTaaa at 1:W Po..Moaday: and TharmiaTfc .r
, our homes in the morning deal of Joy to remember that she I have the witness la our heart that we Leave Havana Tuesday aad Trldayi at 1030: a.at.(ataadard tiaMtTarriTiu XIaIaa -J
: It II In this that we put on the anointed Him while He was with W NAe&LU. 8atorday.ta tine to ooaaect byegins Juuuzj train.
way are a branch of the True Vine, we Senric for tae winter... ,u*. Propond taiUao .
; them-"against the day of His bury In TheSTATEOf
Holy Garments, and get rid of what in and follow.:
should continually grow grace
ing. Some one has said, "Bury me In
l call "the raga of sin We may :
some a pine-board box If you will, but let for our successful growth it is necessary Jl'BOMIIIAHI. KROM NAMiAU. ;

". reforjn along certain lines; we may me have some of the sunshine of love to receive the baptism of the Holy Tuesdays and Fridays,January 10 to Feb Wednesdays and gateways, January U

.. patch ourselves up; but 'In that way while I am alive.' Ghost; after be comes he will guide us runry 1 to February 4. '

we can never put OB the Holy Gar- "For the poor ye always have with into the path of truth and we shall be MnUnji.: I.to Wednesdays M+rcb 31. and Fridays, Feb. Tuesdays Thursdays: and Saturdays,Feb.ruaryTtoABrilL .

meats nor can we ever get rid of sin. you but Me ye have not always. ruary.
strengthened. Tuo"lay* and Fridays, April' Wedn.day. and Saturdays. AprilS M
Bin Is caused to disappear by the coming Jesus did"lot want them to stop April 88. Anrll 30.Bteam.n .

of righteousness. After we have giving to the poor; He meant it was all JUNIOR LEAGUE TOPIcs. ; FLORIDA depart from liI&mI ud N..lu& ':"".", dye. "... -... visa ..
beard Christ and been taught by him right for Mary:to do what she did, for litlUtion un momin
CouiMtloBi main at Kauaa with Ward UM Steven to sad from Saatiaeo sad
u ftie- truth Is in Jesus then the old while they could always give to the themselves aenfue ..Cuba,oa eertata date
poor He would not be with them al- "The disciples gathered .
man who U corrupt according to the ways."Much. '. together unto Jesus" upon their 'return Th.Ttm..Tab* show&lie times a&which t".1Id boat...,N1W kanlna.A
deceitful lusts Is put off by the renewIng 'T- e depart frcim the aneral st.tto.e sad pone. but their arrinl w at tte ssmM
In the of'our mind and the people of the Jews therefore from their mission described in .. stated..11 t guaranteed,doM th.Oumpay hold tweif ri... dean delay. or Wl
spirit knew "t 4f He was there; and they verses 7-13 in a quiet place. The peoplesaw e.eeeeeesee0eee U8IICIII artaoi said .
putting on otthe new man, which after cam*, not for Jesus' sake only, but where he went and followed. When i Tul oopvoflorBl time at OtWeat Bay Street,Jaakagn.vUla.oraddFtaii.
God U created in righteousness and that tiny might see Lazarus also .P.BBCjCWTTH.. : Traffla Manager.. 8. A'lUII1ae. J.i.gtHJigS,10.p A.
they were gathered together) he taught e "
true holiness Then it Is we have on whom He had raised from the dead." ..
them and when the day was far spent --
the Holy Garments, and then only cant The revised version says: "The
wished him send
his disciples to them
we please our God and have the fall common people of the Jews therefore "
+ learned that He there." No doubt away because they had no bread to
was
assurance of heaven.Ta .
the use nt the very itnatlv r ointment hw" feed them with. Then Jesus performs AdvertisingRate Ocean Steamship Company

liWritten sif St.ain. i Mary also had an effect of causing a the miracle of our lesson. Beside the I -

( at sea.) .discussion amoag the people and at- immediate act of mercy in feeding so "SAVANNAH LINE." .

Indeed amidst the ocean tention to the fact that Jesus was vast a multitude In this lonely spot
Warm-lipped there, anti that they could not only seethe .
this miracle was intended to have a
n.t, wonderworker who bad raised Sheet 4 Florida "
It keeps unchanged Its steady .northward the dead but also the one who had deep symbolic meaning. By it Christ .
course. been resurrected. exhibited himself as "the Bread of To New York. And Boston.A
..
.
In John 6 27 He'distinctly
Life. : ,
Unmindful of the mighty, surging' "But the chief priests consulted that
> force they might put Lazarus also to death." said: "Labor not for the meat which Short Bail Bide to Savannah Thence

/ That tries on every side to hold it fast; Not only the Jews but also the perisheth, but for that meat which en- .

Belated seamen find In It a friendTo Pharisees, who claimed there was no dureth unto everlasting life which the Will be Sent on Ap A Short Sea. Voyage.Sailing .

resurrection no doubt were anxiousto son of man shall give unto you for him I from
speed them outward bound across Savannah:
get Lazarus out of the way in hopes hath God the Father sealed." He referred

And the distant deep. shores a richer harvest the miracle could be explained away I here to his own body which was to 5 Ships Each Week 6

"Because that by reason of Him be offered on the cross to atone for the
rap, of the Jews went and be-
many away plication. rki
world. What lesson have
While balmy breezes all Its way attend. lieved on Jesbs. sin of the we All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with sailing schedule*.. Write for grn. '
learned from this miracle! That those
And so, It seems, the love of Christ for The Cambridge Bible says the latter eral information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation qr call on i
man I clause .of this verse is rendered, who labor to save the souls of men

Flows on and oa throughout life's i "Were going away and believing." should as they, have opportunity and E. H. HINTON, Traffic Manager, WALTER HAWKINS Fla. Pan. Agt.

restless sea: ability supply the wants of their Savannah. Ga. Jac1uollriUe,'Fla. 6-1009S

We know not when this current first B.rr.wlag Tr..bIh bodies: and while they help men to the -

Much agony baa been suffered Bret bread which perishes, it may prepare .
began
and pains that never afflicted us. and misfortunes them to receive that which enduretb Indian River Nurseries
full
We only know 't la constant, ,
that were never visited upon unto everlasting life.

free; os. It is well to study to avoid that Budded Citrus Trees of variety Sour Orange and
ou
Lemon
*
to earth It forms living Retirement and communion daily every Stock also fall
From heaven ,:acne Infatuation known as "borrow. with God. is essential to holluess ol line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Tree suited to this seeds, including I
span, ing trouble;" but It it i the sign of a Budded Mangoes SO Varieties of Cmtona, 15 Varieties ol
And brings God's richest gifts to you little nature to affect to -epise real character. Also a great safeguard .il Ion 98 Palms,Roses Strawberry Plants Pineapple Slips Etc. .
'misfortune or to be Indifferent to presant against temptation and a good prepara- l
S :, ,-The and Christian me. Endeavor World. a4nnltle.-Tht Epworth Era.. tion for the best discharge of duty JOHN B. BEACH, Proprietor, .:. WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.


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: ,., )1f.J* 'tEASTERSERMON_ : -1 Metropolis of the Jewish Empire, where FAIR I south of Jacksonville- and particularly at Bureau tive twenty-four hours notice,'boggy day*, the freedaa frosijt*.*

'.. K" <1' ... the people could investigate for them- FLORIDA Palm Beach and south, have been overtaxed and the careful rardener can easily pro. tides la the a'mospbert,the task elect

'f: '- :.>>.,P&u.&, \h.W...t Ride Virn. selves. There only fifty daIs after the :: all winter, neccessitating. the en- tect the tenders ratable plants by cov- of the sea air, the great alDOllt *f vti .

t'.r>!?i -t :,vr tU .Ml than Uut.8sday; tragedy on Calvary.the revivalt The Many Beauties' and Attractions and the I 1eriug.them ( 01 6 &
! '} ; '" 1 great f. argement.of the present hotels i with th6 light loamy toil. shine the opportunity salt water *

,-' 1 :*The text was taken ok place. The first church was xaD.ied. of the East Coast building ol others. j Dade Courty is the must !southern part tag every day ia the year **4 Uw *fc a- -

: I" ', 'And whin they heard CromActl'ii3 of the resurrection -- ..''The first baptisms took place.and3,000Wete 0 SI--' : I ,. : To state.i mildly, Southern Florida is 'of the State on the Ea.> 'Coa-t. Citrus dance ofsach healikfil food a*tU far

'of converted to Christianity in fast becoming the wintei Mecca for the,; fruits such as. orangvs, lemons grape den, ore ards tad water a&r& *U .
> the.
.... J. ... dead, ,some mocked, and Enteru ainfly, Treated by a Rtl ij Writer.Boyntoa .-
>: .J oihtrs said 'We one day The :starting point of Chris i invalid those in search of health, the :fruit. Iwiir., .etc., havefnever been injured combine to make this place, fa both
'' will bear thee again of the Priacip Point of. (
: '.. :tthis matter! tianity is an argument for its truth. "* Interest Dwelt Vpoa. tired worn and eeble of middle age,the I by cold weather. health and enjoyment, GIlt cf W moat .: I

!t. ", ; ':::; Raphael the Italian The next thought is the philosophic tourist as well as the industrious gardener I, Nearly the whole list of garden 'vegetables favorable spots la Florida. '
great painter --
;, : : born in faculties; connected with a resurrection gr and fruit grower.At the banana and the cocoanut do If the days ia nny Sootier* Florida 1' :

1 '" 1483 made the scene of Paul's o' our lxx\ies. :They dissolve and become Written:!. fur THE TROPICAL Siyt. the present moment all the eyes of well on.these moist lands. V are beautiful the tight are equally to*
: preaching on Mars Hill in t&bletl
f 'i" : subject of of Athens, the part ol other,bodies. How can they be Nearly four hundred years since De the whole Sta e are turned "to Dade are plenty from .October to To sit on the balconies: of The Boyntos"and ,

c ': Athens one his matchlers carto jus. resurrected? Leon of Spain sought to discover the' fabled County. ThL County is but an infant in and are marketed from December to watch the flashing ahafU of colored '"'-
: : .., when Paul entered it in the fountain
of in Florid'That .
, : { ,: of the There is a story'totd of a workman of youth age; bu\in progress and inderandance June. Tomatoes, beans, cucumbers eggplant lights from the qskk descending Ma; .
; year Christian
',(" ,::( ( ,the'most 54 era, was one of the great chemist, Fanu'.ay.: One day mystety of romance enshrouds it has a r markable history. This is not and celery have been the most the rap) appearing BOOB atcomjaattd I j }
.
A,;,:{:-'t.:: --> splen.lid cities of Greece. It he knocked into a jar of acid a little the past, aud what a glorious: future is the result of a boom but of a strong laying vegetables to market in the by millions of star, the flickering'

f.-: .. : produced some of the most famous scalp silver cup. It disappeared, 'was eaten sure to unfold. Held back for centuries healthy growth with a good foundation. North. 'Almost every vegetable grown of passing vessels and to listen te sever J

1-: ,.:,:..... '. '.. .ton.oratnn.' pointers, warriors philosophers up by the acid, and 'c: u1dn't 'be fou ;d.I during Spanish rule, and later by the The County was named after Maj. in tbe North can be raised here. ceasing murmurs of the e8 dart oceaft .

,' '" and statesmen Among its grand One said W'cbnld find it; another' said Seminole war, Florida although one of Dade, who was killed during the Semi. The :ocoanut: is a conspicuous figurein and the gentle swaying of cocoaBt i

l'tt\::... edifices was the Parthenon,the temple of it was held in solution, and there was no age. still has the appearance of youth. nole war. It contains a great variety of Dade County, where it thrives almost palm make a picture that caaaot Wescribed. S

.. :. Minerva. 217 feet .In .length;, and 98 in possibility of finding it. The Hampered by these influences, it stood and
great soils ranging froM the high low everywhere, on wet or dry lands, with- .
breadth.. Within was the statue of M i.. forages as Nature made it. but" during
.' chemist came in;and put some chemicalinto hammock sprue- and yellow pine to out care or cultivation. It cornea into The tide roUa.>-tie rirvry tid ii ywt,
!l :::. iervi1 I masterpiece of art. made ---- ---- -- ----- --- ---- ----- ----J ---- -- -- -- -r---- -- -- ----- -- --
: ivory, thirty.nine feet high and ccvettd of th. silver the .'eu surprisingly marked, and more especially : -h
was precipitated to quality. It has some of the poorest and years from plant JJg. It estimated Q
with pare gold to the value of nearly bottom. He lifted it out a shapeless is this a fact regarding the East richest landsin the world. Both are that there are over two million cocoanut .They daact aid tuft vpo* Ow *.hwwUv >

;: even hundred thousand' dollars. The mass, sent it to the silv!,smith, and tbe Coast, utilized. The first is suited to the pine trees in that part of Florida. Thus far but IB tMUBl tkra tIte y A...*Mew.
JAS.
L: celebrated Acropolis was there. the cup was restored If Faraday could pre The.uortheru portion of the State developed apple, the Litter for sugar caDet rice and there has been an increased home demand Boyntoa. Fla. March .
a?, 18994.
glory i of Grecian' a'
art. Nearly mile cipitate that silver and recover his cup. rapidly, but unprecedented has vegetables. for the product of the bearing

i \ north'of Athens was the academy where surely God can restore our sleeping and been the marvelous advancements in the There are several small lakes in the trees for planting, the sprouted nuts ..

: Plato taught. Nearby, the lyceum wheie !scattered dust. southern section. Flag RaUiag ExI< County, the "principal one 01 which is selling at ten and twenty cent each,
Aristotle diffused the light of fcience: God has all power to watch over and The climate of the East Coast of Flor. Lake Worth. It extends from Juno to The tax rate on lands in Dade County
In the centre of the city stood the colossal I resurrect these bodies of ouri t'The At the Public School room last
ida, particularly from the 27th parallel Boynton. At one time it was a fresh Is a mere trifle. The County has no

: autne of Minerva with helmet .pea doctrine is a great mystery" say some, southward, has been pronounced: by water like, but on account of the Inlets debt whatever. In each community are Thursday the pupils celebrated Ik* nb

and shield. "and I won. believe what I don't under. competent judj/es.s the most pleasant into the ocean It is now salt. bund neat, comfortable and veil built lug of the nrwj&ig that now floats over

.,, Panl landed there from Berea. He stand" We beleive in Code do we' un and the most beintiful in the world. Its length is twenty-eight miles and school-houses provided with competent the school building hy exercise appropriate

.. was alone. lie came to grapple with derstand the nature of God? Do we Lying in a belt noted for equability) : its width from one-half to three miles teachers. f t.U t. to the occasion. ."
: Pot)theism in its great stronghold. It understand what is? Do Patriotic songs recitations tad di* .
eternity we temperature, freedom from cyclones. and Although quite deep in some places its you want to spend tbe winter lnd
wu the first time that the religion of understand what gravitation is?, Do we other sve'.e storms' '"" ;And"' :,coming under average depth is six feet. On the bosom spring months in a healthy and invigorating ogaea were tendered by the ptpite.

Jews Christ stood face to face with Gre. understand how a blade of grass or a kernel the immediate ',influence: of the Gulf I of its dark* colored water foat hundreds climate at a moderate expense, Prayer was offered by Rev J. Walker,

ClaD mythology and Greek' philosophy of coin g"Owsl Do we nnderstai dwhat Stream, it enjoys unique advantages unparalleled i of various kinds of crafts ranging from Boynton, on the East Coast of Florid, and the presentation of the Uf was
What picture for an artist A small made by Rer. S. IX lain for II. U.
life is? Mstery confronts us ev on this continent. the large house-boat to the small skiff.It is the ideal spot. One who has never

t man io stature not over three cubits erywhere. We know but little. If God The Gulf Stream, which hugs theEast is a pleasant sight to see the Lake spent a winter in Southern Florida can I Flagler,* the donor in aa address calctt !

'- high according to St. Chrysostom : a says He will raise Our bodies He has all Coast with the warm water from thickly dotted with the white winks of not believe that when King Frost hu i, lated to fill the hearts of Young All.... ;

man of whom the Corinihiaus said, his power to"do it. the,tropical seas, running northward, the sailing yachts and the mysterious i his icy grip onthe people o. the North. tca wfth patriotism and an appretfaiba (

bodily presence wu weak and his speech "Shall I be left abandoned in the dust. .ffofd* great eveness of temperature, gliding naptha launches some"' distr b-! and houses are closed and red.hot of the duties and privilege of edicttioa ;
np
: contemptible, yet that man nttered When fat, relrutlDg ktll1he Bower rrvtTeT winter and summer, and giv A to the air uting merchandise along the shores fires burning to keep the inmates and citizenship. j
Shall Nature voice, to man alone unjust. warm
'troths that left their impress Prof. J. C. Harm, wf the i
upon Deny him; duonietl to perkh. hope (o live directly from the ocean a dryness aDd while the greater number are on pleas- that doors and windows are open at principal
z Greece forever. .Not only has the idol U It for thU lair virtue atry of Greece depaned, but the speech With dhialpolutmt"nr.Il'IlorY.Dd pain I and expre sJnji the //pprrciatu of thopupils
all that come under its influence. the evenings they leap out of the water while sleeping night the fresh balmy ',
of that dar Mars Hill moulded the No heara' IwmortsI.prtngshaIIeterrive, for
on the hardsom
lea of
k, A fog in summer or ,winter would pass as if to !get more room. Frequently the breezes from the ocean blow through en the !
Lad man'* majestic bl'auty bloom again.
Greek mind and the Greek life forever. nation. I
I I
& Bright through the eternal sear olloYe', trio as a curiosity, and a rain storm continuing same mullet will skip a dozen 'times, your room and over your bed. .1 -
, .
Paul confronted the two philosophic hours is and land in Alter the l indoor exercise weft CM
mpnant r ljn.V beyond a few even rarer not infrequently the boat In 1898 Maj. Boynton built a
.1 : : 'I'; aects .of :Athens, the Epicureans, and -' ... .__: than a fog The season from'November one is riding in. comfortable cottage hotel, called "The very eluded the pupils and visitor all'd t

:':.-.. Strict They took him to the Areopa- EASTER EGG-ROLUNG. to June is usually dry, save from an occasional Along its shores are busy little settle.mf'nts. Boynton." It is the ideal place for JMtrntd to the school yard where ft*

gus an eminence where the Supreme MOiNDA hard shower that refreshes vegetation and it is the aim of this article to those who desire to avoid the hart patriotic air was heartily sang while the

.. '. ,". Court of Athena met Paul preached $8.Tk.aaajidj and makes the ever verdant give the history of the hamlet situated burly of large fashionable hotels and, bonny flag wa flung to the brera rIVal

,4 Christ and His resurrection. The Athenians ,ol Children Spcad a Joyon beautiful. the foot of the the lofty staff .bat stirmoaau the puWie
I landscape, more The sun at Lake and at the entrance prefer a quiet place where all formalityand '
had never heard of the resurrection D.la the While Unate. school building.
Grouniln.
r
shines the breezes to the canal.
every day, come gently restraint can he thrown aside, and
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,i. t ,'so they said Paul was a setter forth from the ocean, the prevailing winds The 23d of November '95 is the birthday perlect ease and healthy enjoyment --...- ,.- .
refused listen Clifford Howard, in writing of the
of strange gods. They tq being easterly and southerly, soft of the town of Boyuton. Situated as it enjoyed. Launches, -ail and row-boats The
Evening Sky on UM Worm
annual Easter Monday rolling in
to his teaching Paul left, without the egg balmy, laden with ozone and atonic quality Is, it has the advantages of the railroad, can be obtained at any time at reason- I
.
formation of a church there, W/never the White House grounds at Washington
that only the initiated can compre Lake Worth, the East Coast Canal and aMe prices for a ride in the canal ancon Wrtttra tot Taa Taoricai ar*.
Ktd of to the Athenian.! gives a, fine glimpse of tbe
epistle ,
an
hend. i is air the 'ocean. For natural beauties
So the that "within
dry a noprettkr'place Lake Worth or on the ocean. We seem accidentally to ban passed
this sport in the April Ladies' Home Journal.
We have nut here morning toI' .
f.ct' "The chief o'f attraction he quarter of a mile from the sea, wet could be chosen. It baa thirty sleeping rooms a fine two line that were wH bun to di,.
points
consider the most ofChristian ,
stupendous
S garment bung out in the breeze at-nfght= Passing through on the train one has large dining room, wide hallways run Endued with a life of their own, tfaty
theresurrtctioa' "are the mounds hillock
I' history, of says,-i9 or till be foun- quite dry in the tt1 rul'ng.. nei proper view of this place, as its great citig through the center of the building Jive on independent their author or
Christ from the dead. The two key rise, gentle slope fiom the lawn in /r
There is little dew, and many mornings width of vegetable lands are at some on each floor, and also ,has large verandas the rhymes attached to tbtra. Lib t&4
forts of Scbastopol were the Malakoffnd I various parts of the grounds. Their at all in the fall winter and little distance from'the depot.In .
none spring. around the entire building. .It is golden leg of Miis RimaM.gg! : tfetyrecojnifc
these and sides are.ricbJy carpeted with soft. thick
the Redan the
; Capture The southeast trade winds which blow 1895 Major N.S. of Poi
Boynton located within fifty feet of :the ocean ? no allegiance to the rtstef
the .
and here it is that little children
fall of fol1o ed. The two grass,
Sebastpol:
almost continously from May to September Huron, Mich., founder of the order 01 beach, and only 120 feet from the water'a the anatomy, but rna alone.

key forts of Christianity are the death of roll their eggs. They clamber up :tempt the beet rot summer and the Maccabees (now the second largest edge. It is on ridge which is twenty On April 3d 1 teceived letter with
..,.- and resurrection from the the hillside with their baskets, the little
Christ His
keep the maximum range of this region order of its kind in America), purchased five feet, above the ocean at high tide, this paragraph : .
tots crawling on hands and knees
dead. The attack of modern unbelief up
much lower than that of Slates farther an estate of several hundred acres partof affording a splendid view of the Allan "You have written poem of who*
: lain these two cardinal doctrines of the and then..tutn and roll their eggs one
North. It is always pleasant in the which was a homestead owned by tic. The hotel is in the midst of a beau name I am ignorant and which 1 regret
Christian faitli. They smile at our discussions by one down. the green slope. But the
.
shade ou t'-e South-east Coast. The Capt. Andrews who for years bad tiful cocoanut grove the' large leaves to hive lost. It contained these two
children do not confine themselves
; on church government and the nights are cool and Mich high day temperatures charge of the House: of Refuge on the rich in their foliage, brush its sides and Hues:
poa-e eDti ia4s. of religion. If they can rolling eggs. Many of them take more
as are common in New York sea coast at this point. cocoanuts be from the -Whenatai .
I can picked veranaa. *uUh l ptetiuc....
destroy the faith of the church in the 1 pleasure in sitting about in groups and ....i... .__ i.__ I I a. ...... I ,.,....,,. ,.._...u ..i L L L. .. "'._._. __.__.._.. _n L___ A_
BIIU viinaKu me UUKUUWU ucic.The ;; a. "ULUU"" LAU "UUIU i'II &"JIU me grounas aooni me note u .u. UU r .I
resurrection of Christ,'tbe whole Chris- picking eggs with one another. This is Aid "" d them ... .
IP" art t.
winters, save for an occasional Lake Worth to Biscayne Bay over: what are covered with Bermuda grass, as soft imt hug ..
,
tian edifice falls a mass of ruins. So done by striking two eggs together on To serve for..,.1.c .1....." :
norther which is is land. A
rare, bringing down now dry company was as velvet Palm trees and palmettoesare
Paul argues 'in the isth chapter of First their point The.one whose egg is : "I never see a lovlyaunlth.stdots
here air that feels strange and unkind touq formed with Mr. Miles, of Montreal as everywhere in abundance Tropical
Corinthians "If Christ be not risen broken in this encounter is the loser arid not recall those line to JnC.H
are mild and June-like. Firesarerarely president, to dr.>in these lands bj excavating shrubbery oleanders hybiscns apd rich
then is our preaching vain :and gives up his egg to the other. This Five >> the wifeottheco.
your : needed except for cookizg'; and a canal; for which the State government -, foliage plants have been planted in the yeM ago %
; faith is also vain." The resurrection ol game; is particularly enjoyed by the poser, who is setting Radyard ipHng'ssongs
it of land
summer clothing is worn throughout the granted 3 840 acres yard around the hotel and along the
Christ is the keystfcie of the arch of colored children, for it gives them a to music wrote : "There Uo
are
4 yea.r.'Ith sunshine and an almost stationary for each hnile 'completed. The canal, side of the main avenue. Bananas grow
take it and it falls good, opportunity and a good excuse to lines in that
Christianity; away, amass Lake Worth Poem I cannot
temperature of from 70 to 85 degrees being gixty feet wide is navigable, luxuriantly on the garden lands back
eat and there is nothing like "
they
: of ruins. eggs only no.v and then getting below having from six to eight feet of water at of the hotel, and ripen during the early f.lfJet-'Wbc. Nature etc.

t; The first important doctrine of the each better.little Preparatory ellow to th'e an hardness encounter of, 40 degrees flowers fruits, and vegetation low tide, and connecting on the north spring months. The' rubber tree, with _-S--._-E.H.S.
( tests
Christ ian scheme is the death of Christ. of all kinds grow in abundance. with the Indian and H'llsboro' rivers its deep green leaves holding perpetual
his knocking'it his
4. Did Jesus Christ actually die ? Was it a If[ it egg can by stand this test it against is considered teeth.a Here it is that the kindly hind of 'Nature and on the south with Biscayne Bay, promise of the spring, attracts the atten. Married

stateof syncope ? Did He swoon ? and makes,life a luxury, and everything gives steamboat navigation foi'nearly tion of everyone. From the western 'p
for At
good one picking and the owner Dellmoore Cottage Palm Beach
dH the colduea of the tomb and the for comfort, health and pastime is found four hundred and fifty miles. affordivg veranda can be seen the rich muck garden ,
sallies forth with a broad grin confident Fla., at the home of the groom'
: *. odor of the spices brought th'e women out of doots. FI&da is a land rich In a water transportation from Key West on lands, growing in mid-winter 'a11 parents .
of success. The boy who owns a Tuesday night April 4th, William L.
; revive; Him Some say Christ* never goose thousand ways and no spot on the con i the south to the head of Hillsboro Riveron kindsof vegetables; cultivated by the I
egg or a turkey egg is a prince "*"OUIl Moore and Miss Ikrlha: Mind of Boa-
died; it was temporary suspension of tiueut i ip to-day more favorable for the the north. hardy settlers from the North.A .
his fellows. Occasionally such a boy ton. The wedding was a wry pleasant
i w investment of money, for farming, for A line freight and passenger steam. short distance from the hotel run
appeals. In all probability his shoes quiet, homelike affair, the family and
.f Christ hung onthe cross part of Fit are torn, his clothes ate patched and fruit add ,truck growing' and for health ,ers are to be put on during the winter the great canal, which abounds with immediate friend only being present.

-; day. ,The Jews wanted the bulie of the resort pUrp se,. between Titusville and Miami. passing fish. Occas'onally an alligator may be
Ms woolly head is adorned with MI ami- :. The bride was dressed in white, adorned
r. '' malefactors removed on account of the quated and moth-eaten fur cap. But be The wonderful curative powers of the through Boynton. The fruit and vegetables seen, and other creatures' native of tropical -' with beautiful flowets. net presents

., appoaciivgSbbath.: The officers can.e 1 could be no prouder nor command climate in this part of Florida led a gentlemen grown can be shipped either by inland lakes and streams A short were many- handsome and useful. Tie

-' to husk the limbs of the'execuled and i if adorned who spent the past winter at water or rail. The Florida East Coast distance north is the foot of Lake .
greater respect he were nitl happy couple received the congratulations
, : werr astoaikhed to find Christ dead 1 regal, robes. He is immediately surrounded Boynton and returned home in\ig"rated, Railway, running through Jacksonville Worth, a body of water resplendent at and good wishes of all prefect.

, .:i- ihe Roman soldier thrust the spear into II and followed wherever be goes refreshed' and frW from his ailment to on the north. to Miami on the South night with its phosphorescent glimmer. After the ceremony the company sat

-i, the heart of Christ and blood and water by a band of admirers who apt him as say before he'left .that'the climate was along the coast, affords quick transpor- ings as the waves and ripples break its down to generous collatiou.

: r issued Christ was deMo Nicodenus I Ii their champion and defy anybody ,to worth a dollar a 'pound, to tx had for tatiog for all products, and enables the surface. Twelve miles to the north, on C

i aid Joseph if Arimatbea begged the pick eggs with him. the taking." He only wished that it I producer to reach the northern markets Lake Worth lies Palm each, the finest -4-0---- -

... body of Christ and put in into the new -A. could be boxed or bottl 'd up; and shipped quickly and thus_ secure the highest winter resort in the South. It is a perfect FOR THE SESSION. '

I sepulchre. The stone was placed againstit. Statement of Park Association. North to be used during the winter : prices for winter.grown vegetables. paradise. There is nothing equalto

Tbe Roman guard took charge. season. The pineapple industry has perhaps occupied it in North America. Two immense ,. -

The sentry paced in front of the tomb. Purchf king and settIng out treta __S12 00 Thousaads of overworked weakandfeeble the greatest amount of attention hotels constructed by H. M.Flagler, The T I

. JJo.ffUnd of Christ e..n1d come and steal radius and fllliug In....?,.,.,....,.,..,,,,.. 88 00 ; three four and of the Standard Oil who & \a.MtW26 Weeks
tie or one magnates
during ,
past
who years
stand the
Bettlugout grawJandelfarlug.; .....,,..,. J 01 people cannot cold
a r--" the body. Christ rose as He declared : Remitting dead eocounut trn!........._ 1 raw Atmosphere of the North come down though it is only in its infancy, enough built .the Florida East oat Railway ror 5O Ctt.s. <

He won'd. Grubbing and tuowli.g._...... ..._.. ... 8 (X) here and spend the winter aud has beeu done to assure large profits to from Jacksonville, Fla. on the north, to -,- ,
spring
The irgumeuts for the truth of the Taking dn'a ee..M* ,.........,,.... 3 00 months returning North about the' first the grower now that good transportation Miami ou the south, a distance of 366 Beginning; with the issue for April 6th.

resurrection: are two First-The changed Tota1...... ....___..._ ......_.-$BO-7" of May. The benefit this climate gives is provided. miles, and has lavishly e pended millions and continuing for SIX MONTHS (ending .

conduct ot the sciptes.; Before the ittceiiedlrom FarkCcimniltttttUubscriinioa to that clans of people is attested every I This draining reclaimed thousands of uf dollars in beautifying the East with the issue for October 5th), The !

.. murreTtionJthey were timid ,They expected *)._._._ $48 00 winter by the crowded hotels boardinghouses acres of rich muck land and is placed Coast of Florida, are located here. TALLAHASSEEAN will be sent to any i.

that Christ would set up d tempo Paid W, Whilldln.,_........,.. 40 00 and cottages ou the East Coast. among the most productive tie "orld. Elegant winter .ottage homes line the address for only FIFTY CENTS !

t rat kDd m They deserted Him at hIs ---- I Persons subject to a thma catarrh and ThIs muck differs from that in- the shores of the Lake. The yards filled This period will rover t"e entire sea- .

I crucifixion.fter the resurrection they Ba). In TreiuaivrV hand.* 8 00 weak lungs f re generally relieved after I North not in its appearance but in its with tropical and emUropical fruits, Jon! of the Legislature! and the issue fol- S
!
; ran; meet in the Upper room; were Thot.e who subscribed to help along two or three weeks sojourn. I composition. If cut and dried. it will I flowers and shrubbery make one think ,towing the adionrameut in. hi..h. .1l th. I

. '. :. with Christ 40 days. They see Him .s- the improvement of the Park Sand have I Those persons, who 9 have passed the burn like peat or turf. It is easily I I of Paradise as described in Biblical his-I'' laws of- a pubiic oat>,re-will- -be- published IL

send to Heaven from mountain-iii Gall- not paid their subscnptjpns. are earnestly meridian oflite, fifty >ears and upwards, worked, and any one able to do half aI I tory. S earn and sail yachts and electric 'I Every issue during the session will

ilee. They wait for' the Pentecostal requested to hand same to Mrs. and who are not strong enough to withstand day's work can spend a winter south launches peed up and down the contain a Complete Abstract of the Legj .

'. baptism and preach the resurrected Geo. H- Maltby, Mrs. J. C. Stowers or the rigor of uorlhern ,,win'ers can, and make sufficient off a small garden Lake and through the canal past Bojn-, islative Proceedings.
Christ and filled with and Mrs Frank B. Everett. Mr. Flagler has loaded with tourists and j
were ton
: courage witbcut question, p/olong their lives ten to more than pay all expenses. More sight-seers. i I Members of the Legislature can
surrender and life in defence lately legally assured the Park to the .The Florida East Coast save
property Railway passes
: or fifteen years by a winter residence money can be made with less effort, much time. trouble and annoyance
I of the new faith. Every one of the towu. the village of A by
here and cultivation through Boynton.
a summer residence in the from the vegetables on forwording AT ONCE their list of

twelve died for the faith, except Judas. MKI WILMOX WHILIDIK Treasurer. North. Tis has been attested by hund. five acres of this rich land, and raising commodious depot has been constructedto or pel sons to bo'\l they wish the names TAL
Perhaos John, who was banished to Pat .. of
reds people who have had winter pineapples oranges lemons and other LAHASSEEAN ,forwarded during the

taos aud returned to Ephesus in his old "When times'are dull and people are homes here for some years past. Southern citrus fruits on teu acres of the pine new settlement. I session. They will be file-i. and the

age. n >t advertising"says John Wanamaker Florida ji beyond question the most lands in an* around Boynton, than can I TLejemarkable equability of temperature I papers sent without further trouble.

.- The second argument lor the resnr ." s the very time that advertising should healthful winter rert on tbe continent. be made on 160 acres of the best farming the great dryness and disinfecting j Send with your list ao cents for each ,-

,:: rection of Christ is the fact that Christianity be the heavist" Ninety,nine out or It is not too far North nor too far South l.mds in the Northern States. qualities of the ocean winds: the subscription, to be sent only during the

commenced in Jerusalem, near!every hundred merchants advertise most Itlits;; mid-way between the two extremes This was demonstrated at Boynton pure and wholesome drinking water, s.:&. oa. For all you wish sent during I

,: ',. by the place of execution ,aud near by when there is,lea-t ueed of it, instead d I'I I which gives it a most remark. last winter when the growers received, which can be secured by sinking a drive, the time the:laws will run, s nl 50 cent ,- '

the tomb of Christ. The apostles dM looking up advertising as the- panacea able eveness of temperature, and makesit in most ca'.es. a net profit of five hundred well to the depth of ten feet or more in breach Dame f

not gu to distant cities to promul/v-ta for their business ills.-New England I[ the. most :attractive place' in North dollars per acre. Now and then the coral rock hich underlies that part Address Tug' TALLAHASSEAN Ta!. ;

tj ocw' faith, but .ia; the CtlJll l und Editor. America.: The huul accoawdatioM there w a light frost, but the WeatUr of the State the absence of mud,fogs or labassee FU.70 ;
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