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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 13, 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
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System ID: UF00075915:00559
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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close "Edgewood" until Saturday,when t j' : Cincinnati M. B. Lyman, Lantana
PURELY PERSONAL they, too, will return. LIVELY LOCAL .LIN!{S.What THE COUNTY TILINGS1 E. F. Haines, West Palm Beach. ; HERE AND THERE.j I

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John B.,Beach and G. G, Strohm were I t Maj. Boynton has about completed a -
; People u They Come and Go-:-People visitors to Miami Saturday. the Sun's Men Heard In The ,A Budget of Interesting Items From l lRegular large stable on his plantation. Scraps of New About ThU and T&at' f

r Ye* Mayor May Not Know. Lively Local Whirligig. Correspondents.t t On Thursday last one of the largest and Different Things. -. $r-.::t
M. E- Graber was the road last II ,
,.' np ,.- .. -.-. set-- schools of sharks ever seen on this coast .,.'-. 'f.
week as far as Daytona on a flying '
1- A .IUII *f rmotal IUnu-TIitori In business trip. A Mirror of Minor Happenings, Accidents very Cattulty Compiled ana Confined to toil passed south, about noon. Thousands Newsy Notes and Its et lstwssl '

'Ike City, and CUlua Visiting Dr. H. C Hood has opened up a West Coming Events and a .1I14t! of,Most Interest to the came within a few Lards of the beach Everybody Gantrti MJ "k41 sin _
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Oat of tb. City. Palm Beach office in rooms over Galaxy of Current Gossip. Cit:'- of. Dade County We have the honor of having here ParltauUr.John t

14' Strohm's grocery --- ..:' .the first Tent of the Maccabees b Flor ..,.,,' ,.._ ?

Capt.Q. W Herring waa,down from M. P. Cain custod-an, : -of Dade Coun- Marshal Paul C, Jones is out again DELItA. '.,D01 'GS. ida. It is the second strongest beneficial Carney has been tngqpd lie 1

old friends after two weeks' the society in America, and at each meeting week L the
Neptune Tuesday calling on in the visitorto a lay up as penalty past > painting e.tWe
ty's guests Juno jail was a
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lathis town, of back. -Mr* iljdewell is Vtry.seriously ill. our Tent enlarges. '. Church thus '
____ this town Friday.R. a sprained improving tie ayy...... 1 1of
ialr, Griffis is preparing land for pine Five packing houses awe being built that edifice a great deal. J
Ceo. W. Sean of Little River, is hereon H. Rosseau, of Glenwood, is paying Frank lyn Sheen accompanied Dr. H.. apples. .here which adds materially to the al _'_ i

a t short visit at the home of his son, this section his. first visit. While here C. Hood on a visit to the latter's. orange "TB" ie, of Deerfield,.was in town I'ready active appearance of the town. Capt. Wtn. Glover ia tt.r
t O. S. Adams. he is the guest of his friend Harry A. grove at Jupiter Wednesday.Rev : last SaturdaTomatoes\. I There is every indication that the growth charge of the Hotel IHbuctai pfuaim

s ; Mrs Williams, Miss Blanche Brown Luce. -, .. S. D. Paine will preach nest are moving slowly i, of. this place will be very rapid. as care taker. He may dlfll.'lde brake fi
Some Reasons: Whv I Should away the i for the
Sunday on' position
summer why Manager
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and Master Williams leave this week Mr, and Mrs. Hughes left this week from this point Mrs. Cnmrine and daughter Josephinehave
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Attend the Services of the Church returnee from W .
I Cilley Key -
for Johnstown, Pa. for their home in Philadelphia after a Myron Hall, of Boynton spent Tuesday returned to their home in Akron

R W. \\. Dcwherst a prominent lawyer very pleasant end beneficial winter's sojourn The Ladies Missionary Meeting met with friends in the city, j Ohio, after spending a very pleasant The sale by Pont master 0 R. Coors< l'

and capitalist of St Augustine, was visit- at West Palm Beach. at the Congregational parsonage last W. W, Blackmer has been hone I winter at The Boynton. Miss CumrineI of Palmetto, on theMB, 'f t llama. ef .
afternoon and beIda interesting is the author of the,. "All We Own.
lug at Juno last Satnrady Miss Fannie Luce,who has been the Tuesday very I'PeLding'a few days with his'family. I I yoem the fruit from eight gr,pcfrnit trees alt 3}
session.-A number
good were Monday evening a social club was '
George S. Adams was circulating his guest of her brother, H. A. Luce the present. Jack Frost paid this tiar.ity a visit' 1300 and Ijie ornges on bw tew* floe t

genial self among the people south of .iiccommodating and popular ticket agentat last Sunday night, but did little or DO!(formed at The Bornt
this town for several days last week. this point, left today for Jacksonville.This Comuunciog next Sunday and during damage. I'I as bert"The was Pleasant elected Society.president: C.and J. J.Lam-D. piping Florida fruit U worth in than days of I*
PeterThe
leaves months the hour for
young lady many friends the sunnier service :
The Misies Emmons ho have occupied Methodist services were conducted by 1 Patterson vice-president. 'The president -
a
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here who will welcome her Church
return.A at Holy Trinity Episcopal '
a cottage here for the past season, Mf. Hubbard at the school-house last I and Mr. McNiece gave recitation's and Hotel no-ntou..ilI rw? May 14, :)
.. of 70'ctocIt.Services .
will be instead at
7 30 p. m.,
departed for their Connecticut. home this delegation from this vicinity, consisting usual. Sunday night. Mr. Webster and the vice-president ad after a most successful tetsun a..4ne
evening
Sunday as I
Reek of Geo. L. Branning, E. M. every James Chambers has gone to New dtesset. the gathering and told/files that that has- tstabl .hcd a upuUiivn for

r; Brelsford, Geo. S. Adams, Attorney The meeting of the Young Peoples' Smyrna on a trip and may visit Jacksonville I surpassed those of the Wayside Inn. .!splendidly located a>i4 .<*.il e"r-

The attention of -truck-shippers is W. I. Metcalf and others were at Juno Society of Christian Endeavor will be and New York before returning. These littl/ social events at The Boynton ducted resort. All tile guests base ,.ett .

l' .. called to Jhe commission Louse card of Saturday looking after the payment of held at 630 p. m. Sunday Judge Sterling & Russell have a delivery make life doubly worth living.On pleased with the hotel and its ma.tart

William Heyser on the fifth page. of this poll taxes for voters at this end of the Heyser will lead. A number of new horse in connection with their business Sunday last party of seven, made meat and visitors have bees cb. Mil

flper. 'outty. Attorneys Worley and Atkinson members were proposed lust Sunday now, and all heavy parcels will be delivered up from Boynton, and the;Hotel Boyn- with the location and its attraction.

> ". ,Mrs, L. J, Ballard and daughter, Mrs, were np from M-emi on the same nightThe to any part of the city.J .' ton" made a trip"to Jupiter Inlet in Mr. Messrs. Graham\V King )Cla,." :.

b ; \ :*f' Stearas, left Tuesday,for Troy,Pa., their mission for voters at.that part of Dade., Young Peoples'' Society of Christ. .._._._._ -' George Lymaii's commodious launch, to G., Phillips, the young mea ay who mit

Northern home. Mr Ballard havingpTtcededlfc'etn. ain Endeavor met at the secure some conk shells. As some 01
Many of our readers became Congregation. BOSTON BREEZES. such remarkable: iucce.' ia gtowln/1 J.
last week acquin 'S the party had never been for conks beforea
last A -
ted with the Hon..Wm.L. Woodcock al'parsonage Monday night. large matoes at Pulford last seaioii. are MW

E. L. kosiell, of the Royal Poinciana of Altoona, wBospnT\he\ Season in, number,. were. ?.present.' Among othef _Miss SfTGardner; of Chicago' who nd did not know that it is necessary trying their bands at Irish potaiws.Mr. .
items of business the of has been spending the'winter'-at-Sj:., tttgo into! ,tJt water almost'waist deep,
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were appointing .
Studio entertained himself Saturday of our city. He was selected to bear the ,Phillips, w *tti"S i h* cn grow
{ leaders for the three months. Augustine, is here visiting her mother 11: order to get them i no'pte'aiatjnns from
last week by putting down a cement'walk greetings of the Laymen's Associationof next f I suits made. Horieverthis 75 la Lou barrel.JT acre, 'tj4 ,
-- or bathing were
and brother.M. ,
from his to the Lake front. now he is shipping front that
cottage the Central Pennsylvania Conference Gus Anthony is up irom Miami for a did'notdaunt a crop
of the Methodist Church of weds stock and B. Lyman, of Lantana has bought. thent.bnt-say, boys, yields at that rite
Mr*. George Hopkins, who spenthe Episcopal at. couple taking get- it was mighty cold coming home, wasn' ** .:..
winter ai the Oleasders has returned to the session held in Harrisburg Pa. We i ting ready to put in a big stock of the store of W. H. Cox of this place and It? e -- .
Mr. Brown the Narcisstu meet dry
will enlarge the building and put in a --I.Christian
New York. Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins will quote the following from the Harrisburg! summer goods. Capt. J. R. Anthony is
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I goods merchant has been allaN
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stock of first class
fat large goods.Mr.
be in Saratoga later for the summer. Star-Independent of March mast:- "II' n | Miami in charge of the Anthony Endeavor Social.
resist the of
TT W. L. Woodcock, of Altoona is one of Bros store there while Gus' is up here. Webster, of Harrington Hotel, -.- attractIons a bicycle any cf:;
J. Goldstein who has been with the The social given by'he Chiistian En longer, so be took a day off Fi..!ay neither
Port has
t the liberal and loyal laymen of the con- Huron, purchased a very large
; e Boston Store at this place for a long time, That roses will grow here luxuriantly deavorers to break'the wheel biinoelf. or _
l t.. ference. His address this morning rep- I tattlesnake skin from W. Forrey to dec at the home of Mrs. Haugh :
|left uelday for his New York home without clay or muck is demonstrated last Friday proved learn to ride. Friday nighfound Mm a'tnle
!. t ; resenting the laymen's association, was orate his office when he returns North. evening. a pleasant -
., here he has accepted a permanent sit. Iat I Aitena Plantatio were Miss Armstrong and enjoyable affair. Although the the worst for wear, but no t.o..CI' e
most favorably received. He is a member The crops in this section are certainly
YaUoa. has twenty-six varieties of roses: broken and the wheel
were
t
i was waiting .
;: weather coked threatening there was a
of the
general board of control of and
looking well the returns are sure
j growing finely and almost every varietyin attendance.The to take another fill out of him.
W Stone Smith and Beverly Brittmg. the Epworth League, and is in touch and full bloom. Mulch, and blood and to be large. A few shipments of toma- large ____

ham off on cruise down tfie coast in sympathy with all the progressive! move- toes are "being made at fancy figures, Soci-1 Committee bad arranged a
:# are a ; bone fertilizer composted in a hole dug Dr. N. S. Burnham and family are
of musical and liter-
:'!, the t "Yosida." When last heard ments cf the church" but the bulk will not begin to move for pleasaut program now comfortably in
1AC t wq feet deep is.the secret of their success exercises interspersed with ensconaa Major
games
<" from they were as far as Miami on their ten days. ary Whilldin's
joined, of course, with proper care I ili.ss Gussie Moffatt gave.a selection cottage recently occupied by
e
way to the Keys Epworth League Program. and attention afterwards. For several days past a fire has been on her guitar which was so well rendered Dr. Littleton and family,ufPbiiadetaia.

sweeping everythnig in the shape of Dr. Burnham has christened his
a Mrs. Cindy and Miss Peckham from c6 The orange groves on the Loxahatchee that she was obliged to give a second. HW
SUNDAY, APRIL 1899. I: green palmetto, saw grass and shrubberysouth hpme Soltaire Cottage and ho* V!>1ab-
: .. Wisconsin, left the Oleanders for a trip River, oned by several of our prominent Miss Yesta Wilson:; gave recitation '
1 You are specially invited to come and of this plact. It has done a great lisbe4 his office in the west, wing I.. the
. a of some Uo months, ending at home Lake citizens, are thriving splendid. entitled "The Spinning Wheel," whichwas
bring your friends. Our motto-"All work in cleaning the land without the r'Iden&. The Doctor and his f.mil,.
about Jnne. They have spent three On trees fruit is and very pleasing.
I. for Christ. 'tiY. many setting slightest damage, and at night presenteda are ddig&tt with this pike and pencil
: happy weeks at the Oleanders. [ general growth is beyond the Mr. Yarborough gave a song which he
i Subject The :Eternal Morning and expectations picture well worth seeing. with its prospects .; tt residence and
;. j N. BranUey and Miss Ida Marshall, Modern l\Iissious"-Isaiah6oI of the most hopeful of the owners. accompanied on the guitar. As everybody business town.
12. Mr. and' Mrs. J. H White and Miss
of Ft Lauderdale, were guests at the Dade is the coming citrus fruit belt of likes to hear Mr Yarborough sing, -s- --- .
a Leader-Emile Anthony. C. H. Hubbard, of Port Huron Mich.,1 without that this .
Barman House over Sunday, and while : No. Florida. Mage note of this prediction. it goes paying- was en U. S. Experimental Station at MUral.
Opening Song
5. accompanied by Mrs. C. I. White of joyed. ,

herr, joyed a delightful soil on the Lord's Prayer-Congregation. Mayor Whilldin has made &e Palatka, Fla., made this place a short Miss Gossip Moffatt recitationcuuucu -
a ,
purinoac gave A short visit to the U. S. xprrieteu .
; Lake u special guests of Mr.' and- Mrs. Song No. 50. _I. of '>__'__L'_ visit this week_ The were highl... __.:., .> n__.>'_.__ II .._L'_' f
.. : two mote ucsirauie town properties ---- ; --'J Penelope rcmiicu'ii: : nunuwas : tat station yesterday fouadlapennt'n.dent .
J W. Mullikin I
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t Reading of lesson Leader.Prayer. .
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pleased with 'the location of "The
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this ..eek-one. the Ingersoll pleasing and attentively listened to Dean >.usy transporting n !,' "

Mrs. R. jl} Berdon, who has spent the Song No.. '236.Explanation house and lot,' corner of Ererniaand Boynton," and enjoyed themselves very 'I Mr Ytrberoughsang again and Prof. number of hybrid seedling. oiMgc I lrl.ft.

f past season in Florida and most of the Olive streets, and the other the Anderson much.It Harrfi recited James Whitcomb Riley's which he bad ju-,1 received from ...e
of ,
last month at the Oleanders, guest of Lesson Leader. property at the corner of Olive and is the intention of Maj. Boynton to "Out at Old Aunt Mary's," a pathetic Agricultural Dcp.ntl'.Ielital Wish'' k ...1.EdCb .
members and visitor
to
t Mr. and Mrs. Root,. left for her hume Open Fern streets. A little later on Mr. greatly enlarge his hotel before next little selection, well given. tree was numbered >an<1 eacn n.- a

last week. She i* enthusiastic her Vesta Duet-Mrs.Willson. G. S. Adams, and Miss Whilldin will erect on the Anderson season and also build a number of cot Cake and cream were served, and hittorv'bich will I tie pre,.!r :,.j y I I.

pulse of Lake Worth. lot a handsome cotu):.e for rental tages along the beach. The patronage after another game everybody went I aid f the uumb.r A few "latief. ." he
Recitation Miss
Lulu Angeivne. I. received tnis season was far in excess of I j I! home, feeling it had been a very pleasant -'I received three huadr Eur-y .in ,_ -13
One passenger train a day each way Reading-Miss Ferna Willson. T. T. Reese is lettirg no time be lost !
that anticipated, and it was found that evening. |I vines, which be; has pUmc-i: sat! /
\etweeu Miami and all points north is SongSelection.Sentence in getting the Cluh House in shape for accommodations .
I present were or them are beginuiog to r..v. I'r. ., to
the usual summer schedule as pat in Prayer. next season. He has a force of men inade'l "
I I quate. It would be difficult to Epworth League S cal. sors Fairchild and \Vthe leave jpvia': : h'+th
1 effect this week. With the end at the Announcements.Closing foundation for
now laying the addition pie asanter place for a holiday or rest ---- sec iou' ,
I I in this of .Florida for ..tT' ''11( ,_..
tourist travel came the natural cessationof Song No. 241. to the kitchen, which is being doubled the iSth
and already rooms are engaged for next j On Tuesday evening next, the European varieties of grayer ; I
the tourist train service. League Benediction. 1 in size. The entire second floor will be year. I. amasqueralte party will be held at the i, fire a few of this tar, I'FIWr.' .a'seeti.tt

W F. Armstrong, Jr left for Jacksonville Preaching m services, n a. m. and 7. 30 thrown into banquet hall Mr. Bradley One day last week an itinerant excursion j home of Capt. and Mrs. J. R. Anthony. and so far""* they have i \
p.
on a two weeks vacation trip. During --..- -- !i]I having purchased the Spitzer cottage was organized bj Mr Walker: of an the Lake front.. All members of the i j they have proven h *vjr bf.r f '

his absence his position in the freight More Shelled Streets and Sidewalks. nearby, which be will fit up for his private Scheuecieday, N.Y., to explore a section League;. are requested to come masked go+ul quality

k_, office will be filled by Wm. Budd, while --.--- rooms. The entire front, from the lof the Everglades. Although( the services as the pleasure of guessing; at each representation 1; :Mr. Dean has .VtragBu ,wOk

MrBndd's brother will relieve him as Since Mayor Whilldin ordered a lot of Palm Beach pat<,ffice to the Russell I cf a good guide were secured, th'' : will be one feature of the '! it is too aoi u to know rtKtbvr u cI

.;/ night operator at the passenger depot shells for public us?, Mr. J. R. Parrott, cottage, is to be heavily sodded and j party was tangled andy imbedded in a evening's programme The Social Com-i!I a. real acquisition. to Fk ri
Vice-President of the E. C. Ry. Co., has transformed into an elegant lawn. By | solid mass verdure, from which they mittee is bray arranging for the e'ter-I;ipUnisor not. -
Mr. and Mis. Leon H. Cilley left for N
written the Mayor that be will donatetwo Juue 1st Mr. Reese expects to have I were finally rescued in a somewhat exhausted taintneitof all and a general good timeis j The Department has also t n< Mr.

Key West Monday for a short visit at the more carloads to the town. things in ship shape order, if hurtling i condition It is thought Mr. looked! forward' to. Leagners, please '< Dean a great variety of iirAta, .'11.' u he
home cf their friends, Dr. and !..frs.Malone9 will do it.
Wallace R. Moses, local agent of the '. ._ Lambert and Mr. McXiece will not refuse remember the, date and be ready with i! has planted! and .o far they Wit ko.,ug
before going to the White I
np Land kindly took hold of this costumes. Further information 1,
Company, | A Summer. the advice of a guide again. i your well
Mountains of New where Mr. Busy
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Maplewood Hampshire Cottage for toatter also, and succeeded in receiving -- Arrivals at "The Boy nton"-J. A, I II will b; given Sund y afternoon at the j The people in this vicinity are exp.:t- f
Cilley
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manages notice from Mr Ingraham, Land Com The prospects are bright for a busy I Daniels, Grand Haven, Mich.; F. W. regular League service. 'ing great things firm the Expthuir..1

the summer season.Miss missioner, that he would donate five summer in West Palm Beach. Several Hall and wile, Georgia ; A. J. Kirkwoodand I -' ._ -.- j Station iii the way of adding Dew tit-. ;

C. Addi Brown, Mss Robinson, more carloads. houses a hotel, and should the town I wife Chicago ; H. Keigwin Orlan- Wanted. :and string some ttoity prohlcc.i inI'egard

Mrs. T. M. Jackson and Miss Marion The powers that be are backing up secure the vote for County Seat-a court do ; C. S. Scrobel, Geo S. Adams West 'I -" i to other thiog-t wnkJi 4/e of

Jackson comprise a jolly quartette of our Mayor in his determination to have house and other public buildings. Across I Palm Beach : G. M. Holden, Ela.; W. A good, strong clarinet or cornet vital interest to.his ..ecti J u.

ladies who have been guests at "Ed e- .' West Palm Beach known. as a town of the Lake is the addition to the Royal I ID. amble, Miami ; Mrs. C. I. White, I playrr who\ is either a painter and sign- :Mr. Doan has left a large open ... ce

\ >t wood" the home of Hon. Geo. B. Swift, handsome hi hhys. Poinciana. All this means employmentof I j Palatka Fla ; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. White, .i writer baker or a carpenter, to correspoidwith in front of the Government cotta,. .., I z

of Chicago, for the past season. These I Mr. Parrott writes the Mayor that the labor and consequent business for I( Port Huron, Mich ; Mts C. H. Hub : S. H HAPPEESETT. laboratory which w 11 be tilled with

\ ladies left yesterday for thtiaCbicago railroad 'station will soou be freshly local merchants and boarding house i bard Port Huron. Mich.; Robt. R. Taylor I Sec'y. Lake Worth Band. rare, impjrted ornamental and shale E itrees.

\ borne Mr. and Mrs. Swift do not painted and renovated.; keepers. Miami; T. L. Herget D. F. Brown, West Palm Beach, Fla. .-The Uomese:k.e1'.


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While you sing of Schley l(! Hob-.

son. l'THE WAY THEY ARE SIGHTED AND pleasant and convenient hotel just -4
And gallant Dewey too,
.Chug-gins a While with thoughts, of them t BROUGHT TO THE SURFACE. built and newly furnished, located OD.1 .
Runaway From ;
you
.' all Does Your Stationery! the ocean beach in the town of BoyntoB*
hearts are aglow ,
twelve miles tooth
Maine foot
'tome of Lake Worth
Adopted by the I would sing you of another- Cnriou FaeU About the Harta
of Palm Beach, Can be reached b? F.
, Rough Just as brave and Just as true J'rodaet"hi..h Are Nat Geaarallj EL c.R. R. or by hunch, sail boat ors
: Riders Of the man who does the storing down Ivnowe-They Are Found is All UM Suit You ? '

i belcw. (ens of the Worl.U I ...... earner nrntoaa
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z WAS ON THE FIRING LINE. For his home la In the hell I The sponges of commerce and the lags for parties who wish to remain{ Cot. -- ,

. Down below.And dried specimens o: other species are a period to enjoy the healthful climateof .
from the -..
!' 'i" Takes a Dead Soldier's Gun and he Down doesn't below.hear the yell. I net their the skeletons actual, or animals framework.but merely That Next to hia.wearing appiret there is nothing ,burlv-burly Southern of Florida large fashionable away hotels.No j i I

k Uses It'Like an Old That goes up when 1irlr '8 done t which constitutes their vital parts la a: really neat roan is ?o particular about asI |; formality and sociable.no stiffness eve/ything i :';II

I When the ship he's with has won- removed In preparing them for mar- *- pleasant tad p. d
Good Urge, pleasant rooms, '
-f"- Veteran. lie must keep shovelicg. en, I ket. the quality and appearance of his Stationery. homelike table service can be. obtaintdfor 1i'1If

.:: 1HNMe..1ty Down below. onges do not have ,the power" of And in very t* h, it does proclaim bis business $z.ooprr day and upwards. Special '
Col Reo..ven Af>.., the I e ,
rates b\ the
motion possessed by most animals m 1 e .., "m ED..*...., at Lu In the awful heat and torture I ; o.r
GuaalmuVIU Call address for further particular,
Over, and T.IU Kb Of the fires that leap and dance they are nearly always attached to sub- as a neat fitting and stylish suit of "i iG.W.IDNJ3R
Mory
IlrUfln 1 Felt
:': fat IU WMltU't In and out the furnace doors that I merged objects. Since it Ts impossible THE BOYX'ION, Bnynfon, Fla. ",I
G.... lIia.lll7 T klBS His never close, for them to go in search of food they clothes proclaims the man.

L On In. sileLce'De must work, can grow cnly)n places :where there is +
boy from For with him there ne'er a chance t plenty! of food such as they require.
_; Malm-, was adopted by the On his brow to feel the outer breeze It '
Ronsh; R1Jm that blows .. Mley are more active In fresh thanIn ) will, if it is 1
atd .
M
j was wltb them t
Las
at .

ttal liaatlinat.tiste,of where war. they Aa Cbuggins gut their charg first: For they've locked him in a room, exposed to the air. The surface of a furnished you by V. & S0N.

=t es<< along with the men be, came upon Down below.In .- living sponge is covered, with mutate .. .p1,ri ;

l tight that made him; feel as If some- a burning, .lazing tomb, pores, through which? water is imbibed m

r' tnks were freexlLR Inside: of him. Itown below. carrying with it both the air and the Iherighl Kind of a house, present a ,nice appearance Jewelers and Opticians >
4n-t to the right of the road. on the Where he 'apnot see the sky organic particles necessary for the i

fi'ry edge of it lay a young man. He Cannot learn in time to fly support of IKe. and make a good impression, which .-i
When
did destruction stalketh
nigh
not stir this young soldier nor Sponges are distributed! through all Watches Clocks lewelry ,1 -'
wn breathe. In the ei nter of LU tore- Down below. ] would not be the case if you used shoddy
wad there wa a tiny hole. seas, and are classified ch'eSy, ac- Musical Goods, String etc. _

Killed )in battle a aiUller's death! While,the fighting fierce ?s :a"ging..And cording\ to the structure of the skeleton. paper: that was poorly printed. i
Frank and manly he looked the cannon overhead The Mediterranean and Red Seas are :
even now, "Ink Blank Books
when the Last tttlllpttig was upon him. With their sizzling suells the enemy the spcnging-grcucdj of the Old Now while speaking of houses that are Stationery 3

A mile of exultation hovered on the surround World; the grounds of the New Worldare 'J
face.' The mouth aecuiod trying to lo the stoker down below the Bahamas, Southern and West- "right," we mast not fail to mentionThe NEWS DEPOT, '
frame Not a word is ever said
a triumphant "Hurrah! ,I Ia1ies.: DAILY ;
S "ThU U To his ear is borne no echo of the PAPERS.FiiefatcilJenelrjRepairiii
war, thought the boy. 3
*
sound. The best sponge of commerce is
hlvvrljif.It'ii what "
has to happen
to tome of UI. It'i nothing! to cry When they open wide his door fcuf In the Mediterranean, and is C ] 3

About" he gulped down Down below. known as Turkey or Smyrna sponge. ;
Neit. sonwtbJrg: In the dead face of And they cry: "Your work is o'er It's obtained i;y divers who go clad in -- '"' IN ALL R.,&CUE8. '!

that youthful ltouh Uider' seemed to Down bdo"r' armor when diving. 4 :

give the onlooker an Idea. There' they find him weakly lying Sponges are usually: obtained by Seminole Block, West Palm Beaci.
On of coal
and
a pile crying
,
1
believe, U ha could talk he'd '0
say fishing for them. When a sponge ves-
: I ought to." Out in madness for he's dying
Down sel arrives at the fishing grounds in Tropical -

below.Detroit. Free Press. the Bahamas, it is anchored and then I Subscribe for THE SUN j ;

If crew immediately get ready for work. .

THE VALUE OF ARMOR. The sponge fisher's outfit consists of a a -- : ;

small boat called a "dingey," a tong Sun

3 c It \\M Not Put to a Tet iu the Santiago heck and a water-glass. The sponge Clematis Avenue f

E XL *y t i *'igM. hock is a three-pronged iron fork attached .
i to the end of a very long pole; Store
Armor played a small part sty Supply -:: !
a writer in Seribnera Magazine: the the water-glass is simply a wooden
ten-inch water-1'ne belts of the Yiz- water bucket with a bottom> of com- I Which er-joys a well merited reputation for
::-West Palm Beach Florida,
caya class were not struck by any mon window glass. a
t Asti heavy shell, and the Colon was struck To use it, the glass bottom is thrust furnishing high-grade work. THE SUN has. J. D. MATHIS Fioprietor.
but five limes her ,
by anything surrender '
being due to maluhty to keep bail into around the water his, the neck fisherman and then puts buries the the beet equipped Job Office along the East Successor U Bra. .> lIaltetJ...Grocer,C.)

$ ni the effort to escape acd the factthat '
rfa hs head the bucket to exclude MT Motti>-Mjoick bales and Small FroOu.
deep in
she had uo chance :against the Coast, and is better prepared now than ever
sfi overpowering force o' four heavy shipsin the light. There are always two men Bakery Goods and I
pursuit Her captain states that lie I to each dingey; one to act as "sculler1 before to meet all the requirements of the I
?* was not struck after leaving the vicinity and the other as "tooker." While the Family Groceries i

ot the harbor. When the thirtt-eu- sciilier propels the dingey along vays1owly. trade in that line .
inch shells uf the Oregon fired from a I ...::My Specialty.Goods I
the booker, in a kneeling position -
of 0,000 yards "s range keeps his bead in the water..Whena ": delivered free to any partof
may
...,'C; ........- I she!five at land once miles say), the began hopelessness to fall near of, good sponge: Is sighted; the hooker q High-grade Work : 4' r" the City or across the Lake. i
.
.
... ( IB ;"- All Orders Given
her case gives a signal aId the dingey stops. : '. Prompt Attention. l
The eleven-inch guns in the turrets Together the.sculler ,and hooker Is the kind THE SUN does, !<: Goods First-Class and Fresh. Highest '
YB! SIT IAD; nrr WHO LEE YOU?" of the Vizcaya class were enbarbette, thrust the sponge-hook down throughthe prices paid for country produce. ..

\i'lblul'k nervous movement.rbufcir that is, they looked over the tuiitt and water and run it under the sponge; J Buy of me and I will Have yon mo-ey. 6ij7
U-iit over and took up the not through'a port in the turret'Thl'Y the roots are thus pulled loose from and the only kind. We have found throughan
Run that Uy at the dead soldier's sid>, had an overload protection of a spherical the rocks, and soon the game is in the I
With the |iivcb>ioa of one who has two-ond-three-quarter-inch shield
number of
experience extending over a
iumlhd such weapon K'f ore--Chuggtia -. coverirg the entire turret This in the d.ngey. Thus the work goes on untila = BICYCLE= r '

f but often done so In ramp, back) Oquendo, had been pierced by an eight- boatload is obtained and then they years that it pays to do this, for when you
in the I'nftfd IiItalt'*- he opened the inch shell at the edge of the opening are taken ashore and placed in crawlsto

jt f trm-h and looked In. The magazine for the ,gunhcu! had burst inside be cured. The crawls are built by once get a customer he will stick, knowing HOSPITAL
t w 11 empty."fou and had killed every one in the turret. sticking pieces of brush or stakes into

wwiUn't mind. It you could! say When boarded the second day after the sard: Just out of the water or 'that what is done for him will be done EIGHT,
to.' tpoke the boy softly as be reached the action, all were found at their .
""' where it is shallow.The .
very
Oft r, taking, one after the other posts, a petty officer in the attitude ---- -------.. and in a manner that will be both pleasing General Repair Work...
eve I'IrlrM:1; from the other's auiBiiultM of aiming. This occurrence illustrates Other Man* Jlove.I Enamelling a Specialty.
: lull, and dipping them In- what was strongly borne in upon us, and attractive
Dr. Zukertort the celebrated chess
; to the in.igjxim Tire, more earn namely, that no armor should be used I ;
i rid'.... "U sad rbi-cplci; ran lon the road ai Light protection sufficient to burst a day, when an idea struck him with re-I l High Grade Wheels For Sale and To Rent.COHPLETE .

fist all bl. fc<,t mu d carry him. for shell ia famore worse than none; in gard to a certain chess opening And that's the
? the Crirg uuiulid as if the fight were the case mentioned= the shell, if the he began carefully to think it out witha ,

shlttlr*. curved shield had.jot been there to view to playing it in his next game LINE OF SUNDRIES. I
Chuv'.ln had no time to sec whether burst it, by the resistance offered sufficiently with the equally well known
player
toes were bolos hit around him but to cause the fuse to act, might after all. .
Mr. Ste-nitz. Lost in thought, Ire stood Cheapest ,
|M' knew thit the hits and chcg of have passed over harmlessly. A # ix-
buihis all about him wa something inch had passed through a shield of a I at the corner of a street for a long,time GEO. S. ADAMS, .

terrlfytvg. and Ito had time to be fif -:\nd-a-J1: inch broadside! gun of until a policeman suspecting him, went s PROPRIETOR.. 1
tfrakL Fur a few moment be shook the Maria Teresa and bursting, must V? and told him to move on. S
a. If with gue. It wa the thought have killed the entire ;;un's ('re\\'. Of "Beg pardon" replied the little doctor Even though you might he able to send else- WEST PALM BEACH.

of that lead soldier' face with the course such shields a* mentioned will absently, without looking up "It's .
,, lip trjirg tu say "Ilurrahr that made protect from ordinary shell fragments; your move!" where for your Stationary, and save possibly
a Ppvrry ff him agaiu: riw'ilrg the but the larger fragments of a niodor- ,
-- ----- Your /
SeQd JO Sun Job UorkE.H.DIMICK
rarUsv oil In front of him. trying to atesztolsbdl have enormous cutting A SuperntitlouH Man. a few. cents on an order amounting to several ?

new the Wutnudwhite uniforms power, the anchor ham of the Iowa, An American millionaire who has a
through the fortnight Chuggius beganto for example, the links cf which are of palace at Venice is more superstitious dollars!, remember that time is consumed and -T -
fire. It was amazlrg how quickly iron two and a half inches in diameter I ,
that pjapailne was emptied! sing cleanly cut 5u two l>y a fray than his countrymen usually are. On delays occasioned in doing so, and that if I West Proprietoi;. '
.ow the Rough titters were np and ment of a hve-and-one-hitt-lnch: shell Thanksgiving; Day he invited a partyof ,
yrllaa again. Onward they Aishedi which burst 'n her berth deck. friends! including: 1 Roman prince mistakes should occur, you will have more OJ'I. Palm

and the bey went with them. In the one of the Qreen of Italy's maids of
rtwb he was left 1n the m-cx>cd line; Women Worse Than rUllf'tio honor and various sprigs of the Italian less trouble in getting them rectified Beach

tot Jut a* he flulshetl slipping Iu the A soldier bey of the Fighting Thirteenth aristocracy. The Roman prince however I. f.

aft! fr vh wrlrMvca, he reached the on his return to Buffalo walked failed him at the last moment

front taut again... lie tired ahead because within enga;1. limp, whhh excited and the host refused to sit down to The Sun Guarantees Drug
:a the ri t did; bUt It took him .
the curiosity and sympathy of
Longer to empty the magazine: now the patriotic women who auiroumU'd dinner on finding that the company t. .' t... Store.
than It did when lying du -u. There consisted of thirteen persons. He made ,
him at the railway station, says! the
Satisfaction
ra. a spirited i in-unviif. a wild bur uuffalo "Ixpresii": various fruitless attempts to secure an- I
rahicg. and tbe t1111i&rdli: had fiid.Itow other guest and at last, in despair: he Poinciana
and
t I ,,lu-u men bi.au to breathe announced that he intended to follow Royal Pharmacy,
.pla. and rest and look alwut forPMnrailm. 'l
i t they tvi-K-d Chupjics, or the customs of the Arabs who always abd is right here at home, where it stands
wait their
upon guests' and eat their jt=-
ntltvr IOtk'M hbo, for the first time. -DEALERS IN-
CVrtatn of the ofluvrs were among the own dinners by themselves afterward.The :4 '. ( ready at all times and under all circumstances
Rso.t rurtous. Oue of them strode -vr' c.L meal ,proved a great success. >t><.' '
swiftly over to the lioy'a side, rested 1 ---- ,- to fulfill its contracts to the letter. It you Drugs Toilet Articles *
a strung hand ou his bhoulder and Try This With tonr Diamond. ,
kx>kHl down Inquiringly into his face. An expert in gems has lately called are not satisfied with work )'ou'may have .

HiUitLlig ID the man's features looked attention to a property in the diamond I Fine f
familiar Church'* remembered a which has noUhitheto been fully appreciated. gotten elsewhere and wish a change in the Stationery and

portrait that he hullIlt'n Iu the newspaper A diamond'is .. I
: mentioned that
style or grade of Stationery,
your '
became Druggist Sundries.
phosphorescent simply by the q I
:, -fou'r Mr. Itoow-velt aren't you? II
l. ._ he caked.R heat of the hand absorbing light on I

"Yes, my lad; but who are your being held rear a candle and emitted F Send in a trial order PrescriptionsCarefuIly Compounded f
.IUt"'. sorry sir. Striker for light on being briskly rubbed. This East Coast Business Solicited.
Urnt. Ual ll\L" fhugglus: breathlessly property is an important one, as it will
," f'splAl1-d. help the non-expert to distinguish between for anything you may need WEST PALM BEACH: 6-1(Mid.

;- "How tame you here? Whore did _____ ;::;?v the true diamond and other hard
7, you p-t that gun? W hat are you doing .' stones. .

i with itr TVTLL YOU BE CRIPPLED FOR LIFE?" I in the office or counting room-Letter, Heads, .
. CoL lloiwvrlt did not look cross but All Kinds ot Food. Whidden's .
: '\. be Uioy! mcact: to have the whole Was It done by : dreadful Mauser Some one has estimated that twenty- Note Heads, Statements. Tags Envelopes, Market1
-> .tor,. *H fhogslLs tout It briefly, :Itl.'tr asked one. two acres of litd is needed to sustaina
.. d tliirg ou tht dead soldier whose "\\ ill you be crippled for life?." quer-
lit1 seemed trying to cheer. ''c-d! another. man on flesh, while that amount of Card, Bill Heads, Bills of Lading, Counter Is Prepared to Supply

hf ouldu't mind "I am sure he was shot while I land sown with wheat: will feed forty ,
1 Mi
sure my carry- .
l Pain with
Pads Circulars Hand Bills
taking his gun If he eoulJ only say inc a wourdi comrade off the field:" two pe-sons; sowed to oats eighty- 1 Dodgers, you

to. fir" wound tp the young; nat- ;''u*>hrd a tUvtL eight; to potatoes, Indian corn, or rice I .
rator, ".....t Is, I think he'd have bm The cripple veteran, as modest ill !i 176 persons; and planted with the |lJhlet, or in fact anything that you may want Good Meats at !Living Prices,

glad to have me pet In a few more lie was brave was visibly embarrassed .! bread-fruit tree over 6,000 people could in the line of PRINTING
shots for him sad I'm glad I did." by these tributes, and as soon as lie ,I I be fed. Fresh Pork
""'tn'D" you svarid gp.>rryr asked could waster his erection he remarked .

i I CoL KuowTflt. his face softening. quite simply. Keep Pencil In Pocket. Beef,
"Awfully, fur a littk while but It "Ah: g'van! 'Ta'it na wthin' but a' Pencils cau be securejy held in an

nor off." came tie candid reply. boil on me knee!" ordinary pocket ty a handy new device And we will Poultry

F Tl 11Tfc I forced of a wire clip to grip th, Eggs.
M..i.rb. !. hI' tint i-h Arm CiKMi-nnt Sheri at Fuel
i edge of the flap at one side with a
Tkt DusUrhe fist became common Cocoanut shells make excellent fuel j loop to receive the pencil. please ==sure. Native
: la tb. IlritUh arm) at the beginning of The enormous anto-mt of oil they con- i t you Meats a specialty. .


;.... adopted It, and not long afterwards the Miny hotel keejets la Ecsland recog- 1 An eng'neer-declares! that 50,000 people -I f Your Patronage Solicited n

iMrtra. It .>s cot until the beginning .'-e tb< fact ate luy large quantities now do th? work with the aid of J mra? g35 Market on Banyan Street /A
cf tie Kuftaiu wa.' that the Infantry lar.1.') m'x ul.h ccal, as fire-llgut- nm-hinesy w.' ..fc needed 16,000,0001 I ,

MOiLd U. IMUl1&C le.I art. I i I persons to do a few yeas ago. 11.12VEST PALM BEACH, /




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SUN WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA THUBSDAf APRIL 131899. a."WOULD .
THE, TROPICAL ,, ,

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*
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jOtfSPORTS.. STR4NGE SLEEPING PLACES. FURNITURE.i :
",** y- '
.. SPICY
ATE CHAMPION POOL PLAYER Novel rocltioK Ataamet by SOOM P.opl I Household Se lenities \

rr .For a liap. _. The Beat MuhlneMade, g Et Running an4

,,'. *...w Kwfh .* SCTMte HeW "..&lJ Probably the strangest sleeping Nol&elelia R'

lay Claim .. That IHU.Jrrota ., of
that gentleman
place recorded was a
'' Sole Agent for the famoua Van Treat. lid
Keogh, who was born In whom a policeman found sleeping on BRIGHT tl'ellle.made to onier. A Com-
Emuton Ila; twenty-five'lears-, the top of the sharp spikes of an area pine clue ofFUaNITURE
but pined prominence In pool circlet : railing. Before the magistrate on the
that eta be compared with that of the ;
he stated that he
late AT Frey. whoa few yean ago : following morning of all description at'toek Bottom Prices both
surprised in his life
was never more
considered "
true a phenomenon
7nCtJOME among I when he awoke to find himself where SPARKLINGThese ': ; Wholesale and Retail Rabj Carriage from SSup
I to$20. Go Cart,Bcfafceraton,lee Chrsu.
i he was. One of the spikes had enteredthe Etc.

sleeper's clothing without, however --

disturbing his slumbers. We bare a eonalgnmeiit of Oak Diner and
There are several authentic cases of Reed Roeken that win be sold very low. We '
bicyclists sleeping while riding their handle the Famous Cleveland and Bambler

machines and police constables on are the expressions BICYCLES. _
duty have been known to fall asleep \
Especial attention given to our Matt Orders.
whfle standing on the pavement with- We Gnraotee BatlsJietton. both In good and
all
out of kind. Recently a which can be heard on
support any iTtee can on as,or lead Iii your order to
man engaged to pick apples was caught
15 sad 17 Lava St.,JACKSOKVILIE, FLA.
indulging in a surreptitious nap astridea .. sides concerning the ,news: ONLY tS.OOEstablished
branch, and it is quite a common 4-21 D. E. COOPER MTg Co.
practice of the men who bring garden

produce into London for the early columns ofTHEM

morning markets to fall asleep while -- 1375.
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seated on the shafts of the cart trust- '

ing to their horses in order to arrive William A. Bours & Co.
safely at their destination. ,

A hotel servant once dozed off while "

l sitting outside cleaning the top row
Graiii Garden Seeds and Fertilizers
of windows. a seven-story building.But ,, <

feat ..
this was eclipsed by a steeple- "
-
Jack, who found the distance between No. 6 EAST BAY STREBT ->- lAaso.ryflLn, Fu.

the top of the church steeple on which ..1
work and the below 'it.
he was at ground '
1 7 We handle only the Best and most Reliable Seeds A complete Stock ot
: KBOGH.phenomenon too far to go for his dinner so he par- 1

*, Keogb who Is the took of the meal up aloft and then Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, "
the champion pootlut of America and lay down on the solitary plank face TROPICAL .

' who anticipate a trip to Europe shortly downward with his arms hanging in Meal, Cotton. Seed Meal, Both,,Bright and Dark. bAT
to seek fresh honors U very 'unas- the air and fell asleep.At .*&,& .);<
liming his manner and weald hard for WHOLESALE: .f
Hackney a man slept nightly *
':1"
' : ly be taken for a profeMional of any
kind being ratter undersized and notw"Ihlq ten years inside a four-wheeled cab. A State Agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co,.
than 120 His flre in winter was, of course, out of the -I'
t more pounds. Star Brand Fertilizers Guaranteed nil sis. and ,
i j Orange tre Vegetable Fertliz Purt
habits are very different from the question but his eomforts were few, ground Boue.Nitrate bola Manate of PotatJi.. n ivmge professional for he has never and a few sacks did duty for bedclothes ulizen hare no sapeuor in the.Market And a trial Till_,iDee. '"-
8p , taste of Intoilcaut hoard. t\

tilt style of playing pool is marked I. .<...i e ., ...&... .
with other \ in tha
tomland players Struck by Lightning 200 Time.. POPE JACKSONVILLE FLO.lJOA, iWHOLESALE
& McLAURIN
.. champlonnhip clan\ being! studious
A record is attached to .
singular :
very / -
-a tad careful to almost an aggravating: : it
deserted and ruined house at Dart- ,
degrw. lie never playa a shot until he a .
baa deliberated. The result of this moor, England. It 'was built by a
system to almost perfect portion play wealthy landowner, with the'intention :: The OLDEST and BEST Fruits and Produce :

anti aa al'l'OUlIIU..bmt'nt of what he of making it his country residence; but .
Aciivn In ntnety-th per cent of his before the building operations were -
.Er,>I1.. CnthtuUvni of gpeetitors he {I completed a heavy thunderstorm broke newspaper (published in the Commission Merchants.
will hanlly notire. gulng; about his .
and the house was *
work a* ttiocgh Ita were alone and at over Dartmoor Fancy Grades'of BUTTER AND OHEESE.
pra.tltv.li struck by lightning the roof being dis County. Each week they, r j'
doc not know the meaning of mantled. The damage was repairedand We Solicit Your Business. .
fire wont nenonneHK, playing tike the house quickly finished. No :
We only solicit the business of Merchants and Will Not Oil orders from ConEnnierthey
'_ saw eod. dfii-rai: > stroke under the sooner did the owner take up his residence contain should buy from their home dealers. to at-a
must trylas ouidltloan, Whether In in it than ,another violent storm .
the lead la a Match game or behind ,
i ? struck the house and destroyed the
be plod along with the same steady 1 chimney-stack doing besides consid-i
r Stroke, never attempting a shot that .
erable damage. This made the owner I LITTLE'BRdS
be U reasonably certain of making -
nervous, and he left the house. It was .
irk
Ktlto".r. .. "The TIll.....ilea..... I soon shown that his fears were not All the dewsthat ";.. ,

Ellis Ward. talUug; of mine of the groundlessfor in nearly every thunder- .;,: .. .
ftbftcrb statements uade rt>gara>ng the storm that passed over the district the ; FERTILIZER and PHOSPHATE COMPANY

t New London course, says: *The Thames house has been struck, and a fresh .
rourw could not lie made available of it destroyed Altogether It .H. .
portion IS News Jacksonville .Florida.
for four crews unless It was .
has been struck over 200 times. .
drudged and tanks cut away.for.tour .
mllt-tl. and that would cost millions of i .
Soaad Advice to Sermon Makers.Rousseau's "
1 dulUra, Tlie only way in! which tour If .
you are requiring Fertilizers for Vegetables,
' advice for the composition .*..,
crews could row at all now woum bee < .
up itrraui at flood tlUa an- the boats of a love letter no preacher should i Pineapples, etc., write to us and we can give.yin.:, Y"
would have to be started just at the follow in the composition of his sermon ,
.
minute the tide was full flood. The : "Begin without knowing what not only from Went Palm' more value for your money than any other Manufacturer .

slightest delay would put the outside you are going to say and ending without or dealer in this State or from anyother ,
I r crew at a disadvantage as the tide knowing what you have said." The
r begins to ebb quickly along the shores. sermon which is made after the Rousseau Beach and immediate vicin- State. Write for pamphlets prices etc. '
should the on
Even eights get away
f t time, the title would begin to ebb along pattern will merit nothing bettethan.Cleopatra's to above address. 512.98 -

e the shore before the race was finished. sneer. "He words me, ity but from all points of
!
I The Thames course Is not suitable for girls; he words me. 4
1 tuora than two crews, and cannot be No one is more certain to be impressed -

made so. As for fogs. New London, with the limitations of language note on the Lake and along
being bear the Sound. Is far worse than is the preacher.: "A hindrance to

, r than l'ot' hkt't'ilJlle; we never once encountered thought, though the necessary: Instrument Chas. N. WelshansSTATE

4.+f' tu from a fog practicing sense enough while to during prevent ot it," as Herbert Spencer says. the railroad, thus makingit ,

the two weeks we were at +
I
The Salt Habit.
New; London In 1S>7 the fog was so A medical Journal advises against easily. AGENT .FOR. -
heavy on a half dozen mom,ngs that
the rosswain could not see a boat's I the excessive use of salt It is first of

length ahead of him. For a river all a perversion of taste, the cJhdl- & Martinez PaintsLime
cpurw, the Hudson at PodghkeepsieII ment destroying the flavor of delicate Longman
the best hi America, although in dishes if too pronoi need. Furthermore
oy opinion the only course that la it is asserted that an excessive use of
equallyfair to any number of crews salt seriously overtaxes the kidneys to Brick Shingles
The ,
4/ la a lake where you have still water Leading Family Newspaper ,
remove It, and that many cases of derangement -

l.aa. fur lli. .fc.Bnr.ek. and disease are due to this Cement and .Coal Tar:
s It U said that the bronze plates to excessive use. The salt habit it is 4.
4 b* Bed ID the construction of the added. IB easily acquired and persons /v } 1J A n"J._

American Cup challenger Shamrock Indulging themselves, soon reach a oi um "I Agent for Sickler's Peerless Cement Plaster.
cost from ,*It, to|'Yl.r per ton. There point where nothing'is palatable that II UUUllLY teAlready
in
la coBsiderable disappointment
U not strongly impregnated with salt
a yachting circles at the news that Val- 13 South Hogan Jacksonville, Florida. 10-21-93
krrto ilL will probably not be fined ,
: The Dlffereaee. I {
for trial races with the Shamrock --
out This Is a baby. It is a girl baby.
t owing to differences among her How sloppy its chin U! How red its ...................,...............................0.
the8hamt'Ut'k .
owners. The Yachtsman says THE SUN is a welcome .
las reached the same stage eyes. What horrid contortions It

. as the cap dcfenaer. adding that life II f makes with its face. See how savagely h : GRAIN, HAY !

< ball decided pa the model and materials It kicks. How like a demon It yells! :) visitor to nearly ev- .
. ,'and that It 1* hardly possible that I Yet In a few short years some man ", ..' to FLOUR. GRITS. MEAL COTTON SEED MEAL AND.
;, anything will occur to change either will be half crazed with wild suspense ,; ,' at-4 POULTY SUPPLIES. ALSO NEW.... w
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iU, part,'. views, whatever may come out worshipping the very air this being ery' hbme in this section, .

.\" t respecting either boat breathes devoutly kneeling at her feet : GARDEN SEED :

TvrHM Turk a.. K*.....,.W.U. and frantically begging for one word, I and its attractive 8
't' Hall MalL the Terrible Tur% who one pressure of the hand, even a took many : ARRIVING FRESH ALL THE TIME :

has been touring the country, meeting .whlch wlll give him hope.A LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH. WRITE for QUOTATIONS.. I;
'J' all comers has been matched to wrestle features are bringing new .. .
with Kruest lloel>er. the world'schatnpktn Sew Zealand Chief.
$ at (iraeco-uoman wrestling. The Maori Chief Rewi of whom the : JAMES B. BOURS JacISonvill Floriua s:
l' I Tt* Turk has twin trying to get on late Sir George Grey made such a recruits to its ranks each > ,

. I a matrh With Uoebcr ever since his friend on his visit to New Zealand, will I ieeeeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeios eeeeeeceeoooeoueoee.oeoooeo..
several months but '.. "
here
arrival ago "c
hears his
be distressed when he master '
Fl t Uoelwr refused to give up his theatrical : week. i -- ----. --, .--- ,
with the was burled in state in St. Paul's Ca- -T
dates for an engagement
l foreigner. Hall has met ail the crackwrroiUrs thedral last week. 0 Do You Want a .
I la this country except Itoet Rewl dug a gravo in the wilds of his ?

.r, and as he has never met defeat Interesting country that was to contain We have them to Sd.aid if w e have _STEAMBOAT
l' ii be t"lw" becaa throw the champion himself and h's English "father," .. nope on hand toSUit,we cttii build .
., -:' "
f without any trouble, as the Maoris called the Englishmanwho i W 4 0 0 ,'.._. Just what tou want aWe
_._. i H iii ,ok' < __. .
,r' .. s a+ria* ...,.KuM I1-.y.r.Ik. Limit. I did so much for them. JUOICIOUS : .'.: .,. are also PrPPRrt"d

" ()* this ,...r'. IkMton League team I The Shan's Exchequer. ,"< To Furnish
I)
will receive the I i illuJt
eight j'Ujrrs or more 4 \ -
In Persia the Shah has a most convenient -
or inure for the season.' Tencey,
I..wr. long (Ct41in, Bergen and IlamUt method of adding to his funds. : .,
.m will mflve |i*>a Captain Duffy It consists of sending IiJme'rich noblea Pumping Outfits for Irrigation.

,,IU get I2.T50, while $3.'. ) will be"I' cloak lined with fur. Whenever the Advertiserss .
MchoTs remuneration. Stahl expects Shah gives one to a subject the recipient -
> ta roach the 2WO mark next season is in duty l bound to return the Write or call on us for Anything in
;"I' but It Is thought he will hare trouble compliment by the donation of a large Our Line that you need x
th" directors of Boston's
rtnglnc
la
I t...>baU team to lua o.n estimation I sum of money Realize this, hence the free Merrill-Stevens Engineering COe

. i ef his worth. Seventy Children Bora a Minute. ,

; .......'" et t tr U I.I It is computed the death rate of the use which they make of its JACKSONVILE FLA.Jacksonville .
Aloof the Adriatic sea, swallows and i world is sixty-sevea and the birth rate : .

\\ otter migratory birds are caught every seventy a minute: and this seemingly J.2.t'98 ROPRUTOB Marine t'
yet by the hundreds of thousands and ight percentage tf gain is sufficient to i colums and its increasing .: Raiiways.

stta by tie Italians, who"'preac1ets. ;ive a net increase in population each
. t la which as many as 300 to 500 oi the year of almost UC 0,000 souls. 7 -- -
!. + tlr.4 birds are caught at once. It is < popularity as an advertising 'fl

difficult to stop this wholesale murder. I Among the Kols of Central India a
ttcauM on sight of aa official the huiit- ',' SUBSCRIBE FOR THE SUN
sham fight always accompanies a wedding -
,N' ipiw dive i'nU whistle and the ceremony. medium.

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: 'r 'THE ;'rROP CAL, SUN. ,PROPHECY PROVES POOR ARGUMENT. gtartdl fh< railroad henchmen tol 1 M.E. GRUBER URALEKIN. HARDWARE:

-- _- "" Paperfll Dade CotIat).FSonda. Alaat Poor Metropolis Was fate i ring! bout a repeal: of the Railroad ...

TROPiCAl (kimtnistiion law now on the statute
SOS KJBUSH1XG COMPANY ever so unkind I Hardly bad the inkwell CROCKERYand
cot t MRTCAU.Mv0OIT"cuo"uyATvLOB.0.. lHKks.of Florida. The Fhrida LPJTirtlature .
dried on the editorial where .
'T PUUSWEDyepy page well knows the sentiment of .
wts1_ ;: onr Miami contemporary took THE FURNITURE.
.
i he people of this State as expressed
. I SUN to task for calling the attentionof .
S
"' UCRIPT1011, PRIC!. $2.00 A YEAR.Kntcrrd by their vote on the Constitutional

'-4.: It--tte Fostoffice of West Palm Beach. the tax-payers of Dade, to the Amendment proposition last Fall \ All Kinds of Boat Goods.

' -. -r -1 MI----- .!_ ._ to give the Commission judicial I pow Stores Ttawere.'Doors

t= : ThUUa&y. APRIL 18. 1809. :by a visit to that city, should it ers. If the law is weak| strengthen All! Kiuds of Fishing Tackle and..Sporting 3oo become the Seat than the
i County it If the members of the Corn mIs- UssoUne Stove Else Flame Kerosene On Store -..
tiiA circular from the Traffic ..
i Manager Kion prove false to the'trust imported Glassware LaapatBd Lantern Harrison Bros.'Ready Mixed PaintOrdure .
'of the F. E. C. By. was i fesoed. announcing ; t-Ma1i: Give Pr*Bipt tkitic. 1V97
in them as conservators of-the interests _, _7.:
;-': I the this week
.rr"'lE, <. resumption of the people as well 'as of ,
;':!! ", !wf th. usual summer schedule of one
. those of the qprporotions interested., PROFESSIONAL 'QARDS.I. i
" i train each way. and just as before. '
relegate them political oblivion at

.. And yet the Metropolis was constrained the next election and put in their Choice Property for Rent. '

to say, when we referred to \V. METCALF,
t't ;I places\ men of known loyalty to the
the schedule "This is not
position 'ATTORHEr.A7.LAW.NOTARY
: / r-anse of the common people-the -- -ONE OF THI_--

) correct and i if about as far from producers and shipper of the'State.. PUBLIC. ,.

(- being correct as it.is possible from *. Court Will practice in Count j,SUMS and Federal Handsomest Private Dwellings on tthe Facie J Indian Rim.",

i! >4- the fact thst there is no ground for LAND CASES A SPECIALTY. d
.
,the claim whatever. And then the DADE COUNTY is not the only one offlqetn TKOPICAI. 8l'. Block WATER, BATH CLOSETS, Etc.
West Palm Heaeh. D"de County Iorlola.FRANK .
Metropolis went on to say that'The on the wt interested in SenatorOainiard'sbilljn8tintrodm'ed SAIL AND NAPTHA BOATS.

_, tacts that hereafter Florida "'Ton.t .
are ,the W. POPE
OUNDS.i
i}, VERY HANDSOME G
'ki 1 East Coast Railway will run two nd the time by tcuryears for completion :

t:. passenger trains daily ,between Miami of the Florida' .Coast Line A TTORHEYANO, COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Occupied as winter borne'of 'a New Yorker

and Jacksonville. Then follows Canal and Transportation Company Ill East Bay Street, a who is going to Europe for several years.

a detailed but fanciful sketch of jbj'lthow work, and to preserve and continue 2-5-08 JACKSONVILLE.: FLORIDA
Price Appl'to
Season
the thing will tie done, winding the grant of land to aMin its con per. $500. lock Boi 5,

' up- with this interesting( conclusion: struction." Two years ago an extension ALEX St. CLAIK-ABUAHS, 8-A-9I -_MELBOURNE/ FLA.

In short a person desiring t;)do a of time was granted conditioned ATTORHEY.AT-LAW,

,' ,I \yY day's business in Mia-ni who residesat on a pledge to complete 'certain JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
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the north end of the county nee4 ,
( not be from heme as long within i parts of the work within a given Practice la all the Circuit Courts State and '
away
;\.
i''NLCOM VISITOR! two or three hours as a person time. Since then the I State:: has deeded 12-29-98 Fcd ral. LEGAL NOTICES. City Directory.

Miami and businessto
living at having to the Canal Company 104- .
V:". -r V transact for a day at West Palm
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Beach would. be compelled to be 091.96 acres of land and still the H.C.. I1OOD.M. D. NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED- OFFICERS..

: absent from home. If this is the work is far from completed. I _ WaltoN WHILLDIN....._-- ...Mayor
jo:. best argument in favor of West Palm II I PHYSICIAN AND SUMtON. CEO.s.ADAMS Clerk,Aasessoraad' Treaswer

Beach that can be put up, our sister **. 1 Notk-e In berebj given that all penooi barIng PAUL C.JONES_._..__-- Marshal S.
REFLECTIVE METHODS DECRIED. city has a very weak case. OtJlce and Resilience near Rojal Polnclana any demand agaloat tile Eatate of James :
lf: IF PROFITABLE KETUKN8 for good T.Hotel.. ,PALM BEACH. 11-1-98 C. Klctley, deceased, are hereby notified to BOARDORALDERM&Y. ,

1 IE TUE SON) wishes to and THE SUN sincerely sympathizes of be sate. ) present the mto the nndemlxned duly authenticated GEO.W. PUTTER.-l'r .
: L : place itself crops produce a criterion B.BEACH J.D. MATHI3
with the Metropolis in this sudden ,within the time prescribed by law,or Iom -
;i f- all tbe.right-minded people of this of a community's stability there are I1[1 B. POTTJUt. M.D., thin notice wm be pleaded ID bar of,recovery. J.: A.STRAWDERMAN..GEO.. L.BBANKING
of its Prophecies Ia. ... ...
collapse rosy prophecy. CARL SCH BNICJt. B.M.POTTER
,-} :-; .; end of the County on record as dis tieveral localities between the St. And all person owing Mid estate are required
; are all right, brother labeled 8-23-93 PALM BEACH. VUN.s Council meeting on thizataud jd Taeiday.
-1: to make Immediate to
countenancing payment me.
,, : the methods. of those Lncie River and Ft. Lauderdale that each month at 730 p.m.
snub but don't them hereafter 3EORGE W.LAISHABT,
as preface
,1 .' who seek to build themselves will have earned desirable .
: up by a reputation BUItM1AM, M.D. Executor of the Estate 'S.
with 'thene are the facts. Too 1 :
tearing 01 hers down. before the present shippingseason of Jamea C Kinsley.

\ : .. A newspaper that seeks to further many breaks like that will make rlobes. Returns are runningvery SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN West Palm Beach.Fla. County Directory.

;7.0' your best friends weaken a little in This twentyLitn day of Jannary.A.D. .
the intoreuU of ita G Also in
f own town by high now, fully f net per crate a Specialist Gynecology. ,
:'- their faith in supposed nearnessof 1899. 1-36-99
S pointing out, the supposed weaknes'tu *- on tomatoe and the general average office and residence at the SemInole hotel COUNTY OFFICERS.
S the Metropolis. to.the powers. that I.E. HETSEB... ..._._ .. CountyjadgoL.I.QUU&BT.CIreu1tCourtt1ett
,.,. and .BliortK-oraintrs, of another. is for the reason's crop. promises. to Room 3. 8-9-99 ----. .- .
I: ,control our destini s in these parts.Don't : WUTIUla K;
only' doing Itie1f.tnIitscause harm be more than satisfactory to the .t. ..... Attonwv
THO3IASON, D. D. S. C KOBT. L TAILOR Prosecatins
;- : ',by the pursuit of.such methods. I do it again, brother. We'll growers. D.A. B.J. CHI LUNG WORTH.__......8a Jig
-thw for the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial .
forgive Jtsx Assessor
you once your M. B. GRCBEK ;
So THE Office Corner Clematis Ave. and Olive St,
far ; i :
tUN concerned it
as .ircuit Dade lie,Ida.Is .. ........ ,
.
..p frightful tnmble has touched ouryrr.pdthies' NEXT MONDAY NIGHT Meters.,Pasco BElCH .County H.J ASTUONV .Tsx Collector
rejoices with every otber town in the WEST PALM FLA. Chancery. K H.DIMICK.....-....... _;.Treasurer
so hard we don't even Taliaferro and Call will address All kinds of modern iientistry known to the
.Vc nty. in all their improvements, prufet5 on. Uol .WILL H.RUSSELL Supervisor of Regisuattom
.r smile. the mt-mbers of the Florida Legislature Teeth extracted without pain. f Bill to reform i FRANKLY SHEEN.. no Bonrvor

,$,,.I growth and upbuilding, and on the And now, to ,repeat our invitation on the political issues of the Office Hours: Q to 12 a.m.and i to 4 p. m. SCHIK A.SNELL and la-t Deed. I z.T.MERRITT.....3npt. PabUe lastructtom

other band sympathizes with every of last week if you'reany haves day. The members have until the 0-21-98 TING B.S.YELL. ) COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.

other own in the County in disaster ......_ .. Worth
any To Saute A. Snell and Irving, SneU N.W.PITT3,Chainnan. Lake
single, argument in favor of Miami. 18th inst. to think about it before
set-buck or disappointment DANIEL Greeting: It appearing from the affidavit of G.W.LAINHART..PliB.ack
: v that may.tome. It U an evidence of let it see ajlight.: We mean anything balloting for a United States Sena L.T. W.I. ilE'tralf. attorney fur said complainant W. J. SHOSE.. ...... .. ....-.CoooanBt GroveE.L.WHLTE..IteeneViata

b aside from a natural desire to tot. It is needless to predict! that OEHTI8T, tiled In the above entitled eaoae that you are
'DarrowneSl'-ollllind and meanness of non-re ld!nti of the[State Florida and that W.V.EUSIIISO.Neptune_
have the County Seat and the assertion Monday night will be a varm"occa
spirit"bat.,blind"one to the good COCOA INDIAN. .RIVKR. .1yALLACE M* in bin belief yon are residents of 80 South 7th Commissioners meet U nfuUr setskm 01 I
that you have the votes to get sion in the State House Halls of Old Street Minneapolis.Stated Minnesota and the first Monds?U each month.
fortune or fhe 'dhsapj-oiatments :of
.. it. .THE SUN would like to IleA one Tallahassee. B. MOSES that you are over the age of twenty-one FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.MUCIKBS .
: gne's neighbors! \ years and that there is no one In this State
good substantial reason produced nOM DADS C.'OtTnY.
To ns it .iff clear enough that theBUCWM Successor to A: W. Robert, upon whom legal service can be made In your B N. DIMICK.Palm Beach_-_Senstor
i that goes to. show that the city of THE ESTABLISHMENT of a factoryfor behalf. ls therefore ordered that yon doap. P.8.MORSE, Mlsml..Sepresratativc ,
and
groth consequent bap- REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE j lieu to the bill of complaint filed In sail
Miami is better for the transaction
I
a point the
of Y
acetalyne BOARD.
COlJNl SCHOOL
,pin.,t 'of any one part of the County construction gas Agent for West Palm Beach Town Lots also *cause on or before the '
', of the business of the taxpayers is the West Palm-Bench Water Works. SVFBBUrTBNDBHT OF rCBUC
WSTS-WMlOJt
J* conducive to the good of all. andS plants among strong probabilities NOTARY PUBLIC. FIRST DAY OF MAY A. D. IB99, .
.. of Dude County than is' the on the list of new things for Clematis Avenue,near Olive Street. tbe came being legal rules day.It Z.T.MKK.RITTLeaK> City
the other hand it is equally patent HEXSCBS SCHOOL IOBB
OB 5-21-97 West hIm lle'ich. Florida. or
r town of West Pain Beach. Trot it West Palm Beach This town i is Is further ordered that this order be published J. W:1AtKSON.C'balnllu..Cocoanntf1roveE. :
'too* that a disappointment or disaster once a week for four consecutive week
out. brother and let ns see what it well located as a distributing point B.KISG_ 'oo_ I. ,....Jupiter
be ir in regard to I. METCALF prior to said let day of hay of A. D.1899,
unappro-
r A.W.
looks like in the daylight. for the products of home manufac- GUY In THE THOPKIL SUH a newspaperpublished GAI.NJfITHnoluo
fiwze what not to
priution.a or a I tUM.____. _nnil__ ,Mil_.. _4 lutlrtintr.. _.. hntiinnua__.'._.._ ran.ter ... NOTARY PUBLIC In:Dade. _County and.State of Florida._: Order I ..5
/'nriirhboring section cannot but .n" ea rams uin aay 01 uarcn,A.u.]ISIIII.A. .
the E- nt Coast of Florida For the State of Florida at Large. .
: TOWN PARK COMMISSION. on you F. QC1MB7
nil 8drt
afiYct us rsely.
: Deeds Mortgages. Leases and Contracts I Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County
might 18IIell West StateDirectOry.EXECUTIVE
S ., There comments are aneit the keep your eye on Drafted.Conveyandng Florida. .
Our town ordinances authorize hI' Palm Beach. a Siierlnlty.
'S publication( \ of a certain article in .All Work inaranteed Legally Correct. W.I. METCiLr, Sol'r for Compl't. _
organizing of a "Park Commission"to Office Iu TROPIC L SUM Blmk.West .
this! town to which our attention Palm Beach. I'ade County. Florida. DEI4RTMET.W.O.BLOXUAX..oveor

was ctillwl by one of Dade'g best be composed of the Mayor and AMONG THE SEVERAL BILLS already GOINf ?0 MIAMI P .
two other citizens selected him JMO.L.CRAWFORD. Secretary of SUM
by -
introduced in the
known anti aut highly respected State Legislature D. BROWN, I. -
I 1' WU.B. REYNOLDS. ........Comptroller .
who shall have sole charge of park that of interest If yon are, don't buy transfer _.
I citizens, and the suggestion was nre general : non1IItrikPl4 JAMES B. WBITF1BLD .. .Treasurer

mad. hat the business mun of Miami matters.In us as being of more vital 'ipteitwt ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. tickets on the ttaio. Patronize WK.B.LAXAR.............Attorney General
.. view of this municipal provision Plans and specifications prepared. the "Outside Ha.ckmen"-thtir carriages W.SHEATh ........Snpu Public InstrneUoa
. p !... floured that the uncalled for to the tax payers of the Stateat ,Jobbing work gtven prompt attention at L. ftWOMBWELL.Con..Agrteulture
the Mayor has appointed two first- are on the right hand as you
refactions contained therein do not large than the Constitutions Shop on Datura Street. PATRICK HOUSTON_ Adjutant General

class men, Messn George II. Mttltby Amendment Mr. go out the gate. They drive home W B.)IJ.TON JR_...... Surveyor-Grfnerst
voice the sentiment of the proponed by Henry '
In win* ;
nny teams and not in the trAnsfer
are Offices at Tallahassee Florida.
i and George Idner who have willingly FRANKUN SHEHN. GEO. U. BUTLER
which fur the elettuin of
bet vlfinent of our citizenship. This provides
-t combine. All the outside carriage
QUEEN & BUTLEK.O. U. S. SENA TORS.
cbnsented to serve in such
disavowal it seems to os, is hLnJly capacity. County Comirtsioners l l.y the people. drivers are familiar with all place PASCO...... Monticello

k ., ricceiryand would' not. he made These three gentlemen now make up "'loridl"Mro1'f'M/ will IMK mUIh SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS. cf interest in the town! and ear S.B.MALLORY...... _PellllCOlaU.

z .1,4': but, for a doubt expressed in an article the "Park Commission." handicapped untillsome such method omce at West Film Beach rounding country. They are COIK S. CONGRESSMEN.

of our contemporary the Sunny At the last meeting of our town prevails. Lands. legally Selecting sub-divided and grading and lands maps locating tor.nlnbed. teous and polite and will treat you ROBT. W.DAVIS....... .....palatka
It council small donation was madnto a.* and estimating timber a ..pec" t1. Care. right. 8. M.8PARKMAN.: .Tamp*
Lund n. to the sentiment of this end till and correct work guaranteed. All too
start the park improvement. munlcailons by mall receive prompt atten- Inquire for R. J. MATHERS, SUPREME JLDGES.
; With reference ONE
of the (I'ouuty. to our BILL BEFORE THE LEGISLATURE -
si
tion. Hans and Blueprints Lowett I"ri M. H.MABRY....Cl Justice
Water have B. S. IRONS
pipes already. been ordered WEST PALM BEACH FLA. 11-7.95 ,
sister city's prosperity we can naftly that will likely pass without opposition cea. .. F. B.CARTER Associate JostiecB.

.; say that our best citizens entertain laid, through the grounds. in that introduifd by Mr. Me SAM'L ROUNSTREE, I F. TAYLOR........ ..
CHARLES GOSSMAN .
The Park Commissioners .
} no feelings inimical to Miami's inter now earnestly Mullen to incorporate the Grand SEl\IINOLE BARBER SHOP. L. h. JEFFRIES.pll R. R. COMMISSIONERS.
request all citizens, and especially H. E.DAY. Chairman_-Galce.We
of the Knights
ests. l the ladies, to take an interest Lodge of Pythias. Wra. Scbaudjt, Proprietor. J.L.MORGAN.__ .-.__._.._Jieper
That we nre correct in our avowal : ( Formerly at Hotel Royal Poindana.) J.M. BRYAN...... .____Jtl&IImmee
in ttis matter. Cash donations Y BARBER SHOP, JOHN I..NEELBT.JR.Clerk... __.Arcsdla
that in the County Seat contest now Bank Clerk (scrutinizing chl'C'k- Only White Barber in the Town. Headquarters and offices of the Bused at Tal-

on, mid iu the business rivalry of and plants, flowers, trees,shrubbery, Madam wecan't pay this unless you Pint Door South of the Post Office. lahassee.
etc., will be gladly revived.All West Palm P.esch. Florida. Easiest Chain and Best
Dud..', two lending towns the Ut bring some one to identify you. il- Equipped Shop in Town. IST .

of fwlins fin th* people of Miami is thoe who some time since 8ubscril Old Ladjtartly-( ) should like to I 6-9-tf MILO COOPER 1>rap'1'.

prevalent bere. one has but to linger >ed to the park improvementfund know why! SCHMID'S CAFE. General Directory.

d on 1h Bti-H'ts.iu business houses or and have not yet paid their Dank Clerk-Because we don'tknow To Rent by the Hour,or Day. .

fubscriptions. are kindly asked to MEALS OR LUNCHES SERVED A LA CUTE
I public plurv. and only the friendliest you. OHItY HEW BICYCLES IH TOWN. COURT CALENDAR.

1
This a number of Miami's leading know you elther.-'jt Bits, Weekly Meal Tickets on Sale. U.S.JONES ............. _Circuit Joajc
"ho frequent this town will us all now take a hand! in this W R. MITCHELL I. D. BE( GS...._..... State'Attorney
citizens!
matter and help along 'the much KrCCISIXH AND SERVICE UP TO DATE Proprietor. SPRING TERM.
attest. at.d the exception referred toby Notice. Oscfbla
County.
Monday ICtrch. .
the Sunny Land, only goes to needed improvement. r C, H, SCHMID, Proprietor Orange Sd .4 "

Those who are indebted'to Dr. A. Lake Ie 4th Ie .. "
the "p-neral rule. That we J Cnase Building Clematis AveM Red Spanish, and ..
prove
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Yolnsia Id
deceased
Pngh for professional services April.
hall put up strong a contest as DADE'S DELEGATION at Tallahassee will please remit Mrs. I WEST PALM BEACH. .:... Brevard a Ith.. .. .. a -
to M. F.
Pnjjh .
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: weknoft how, in a friendly w.y, for hate been assigned/ place on prom. Miami, Fla. A favor will be conferred I .- m Dade lilt Monday after 4tb Mo.

the County Sent, goes without say.ilnjr. in nt committees. In the Senate by complying with tl! is request 3-231f'' FALL TERM.day In April.

"' M* "I1 Miami to do lBewro Capt. Dimk-k in chairman of the('um- I The, Dade County State Bank Osceola County,let Monday In October.

ehoiiH not and will not mittee Enrolled Orange :3d .. H M _
This on Bilk and
*. a member -
OF PUBLICATION.DEPARTIET West Mm Beach Florida. Slips and Suckers Lake 4th .. ..
whichever NOTICE
lessen our friendliness, of the committee on City and Volusla .. Id (of.

place ehall wuwed. Town Organizations, Engrossed: IFTHF INTERIOR) Authorized Capital, $100,000.Paid For Rate of the Following Varietie,via Brevard "h "

Bill. Canals and Telegraphs and LAUD OFFITK AT GAINKHVILLK. LA V Abbaka, Porto Rico, lit Monday\ after the 4tb MOB.
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April 10, isaaj day in November. .
Fisheries., In the House, Representative Notice I*'hereby jrfven that the fOllowing Up_Capital $15,000. Smooth Cayenne,
mounting to nearly named settler ban filed notice ot her Intentlo Egyptian Queen, COY'T SIGNAL SERVICE DEPl.I .
'. Tout TAXES Morse is chairman of the to tnak* flnsl proof in xupporl of her clalu OFFICERS: Golden w.CRONE................._ .. Observer
hundred dollars were paid at Committee and tnat said proof will be made hl"fnre'lprk Ripley Queen, Queen,
twelve on Immigration and "' the l'tuft Court Observatory Jupiter Islet.coin .
a : at Jnnu'FI*.,on Mal E.N. DIMICK, President. White Antigne.Pernambuco.
I Ut Satnrday. The School mernlMjr of the committees 'SB, 1 tl9f11\ : T LIGHT HOUSE
Juno on Rail- U. D. HENDRICKSON, Vice-PresIdent. SERVICE.
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I Fund will proalpt'r. no matter which riads and Telegraph Militia and Lucy B. Bmntlty 01 Hobo Sound. Fla., GEO. L. BRA POlING, Cothier. Lirht House at Jupiter Inlet.
frat. Thisatnooutwith lid. 2-.4JJ6.llIr; the E.t of N. E. % and \. Enville. JAMES A.ARMOUR........._Keeper
f (,?,!, Jrt'11I the County State Troops, and Indian Affairs. E.o'.E.Vi.Ser l4Tp.405..R.42& Early delivery can be made. part of the
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J.A. WELLS. _._ ..
.e- tJ what baA been paid in her She na mew the following)! witnesses to prov. Office Hours From 9 a.m. to a p. m. fruit Irma this I'lantationhaving been picked : litAsKistaat
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fontlnnous rwldiwe np n and enltlva last month. Apply to BENj.WELLS M Assinaet
will reah the tlon of said h.nd. vU: W. \. J"chon
:: with property taxes, Hohe Mmi.d. Fla;;; jhn H. Grant or Hobo 1111 GeneralBankingBusinsssTransactei! C.C. MATTHAMS, U. i. LAND OFFICE.J.

: : ,1111I..1 tlflrl.Y two thousand dollars j SEVERAL PAPERS THE STATE are I Sound Fla.; Jean Pin :G-rkln.II. Machstlle..(rf 4-e kaonvUhFla.of Hobe RonTid. 'I Collections promptly remitted on day of Florida Pineapple Company, .M. BARCO_.. .................BefUter

I ", Iii t lt'IIItJoDe! foclifb enough to join in the cry w. O. ROgINSON I ,Rtg1ter.f receipt.. Drafts bought and sold nn the prtn- N. D.WAINWRIGHT_....__Receive* 1
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price of drinks la high In Cuba, H TURKISH PEASANT WISDOM LhAlU
BUSINESS FIRMS
: would seem that there Is money to be THE EARS HOUSE
UHR'UU"l.OOM. made in taking them ad libitum, and .

the more liquor one buys the more Cvtow rrvverta Tfeat. Emfc**.? M.ha Whose Cards Appear la this Paper. Is now open for Winter Travel.
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he To the thing
money gets study BEST 0V ACCOMMODATIONS.-TABLB BEST THE MARKET PFORE5.
out It was this way: There was 20 The Turkish peasants in their own classified Alphabetically.
tL Some of the. Difficulties, toe per cent premium on American gold country hare plenty of homely. wit. -SaUa8 Ia eo..UoaJRates
Reasonable. Short Distance from the Depot.
over Spanish gold and20 cent on
per Thus they say: ARCHITECT
Visitor Encounters i ihNthe :
Spanish gold. as compared with alher. "For the team ox there la no knife.". T D sown, West Palm BeachBANKING Address Mrs. S. E. EARMAN, WEST PALM BEACH. FLA.
Thus out of the original American
Exchange of Money. five-dollar goldpiece I bought eight expensive meaning that the poor, hard-workins '.'

drinks and still had &80 In peasant la too poor to be persecuted.The :
profound and submissive piety .Dade County State Bank Boarding at Reasonable Rates.
THE. SHARPER'S TRAIL liver and discovered afterward that West Palm Beach
the bar-keeper bad swindled me out of the Turk shows In such sayings as .
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of 15 cents change.In "It may be six or it may be seven, but BARBERS: MRS. JAS. McCANN I it prepared to accommodate boarders at her

r, Amerion Coin* Which Have Been"J the Cuban calendar there are no It will be what number Allah ordains," Wm Schaudt: ,'West Palm Beach
well ktown how Clemalii Ave cloa
fewer than 250 boarding on to FKXXBjr depot.
"holy days, Sundays
d Circulate With and again, "When Allah gives he dothnot Milo Cooper, West Palm BeachBICYCLES
y l un4fur
Included In which nobody can be legally ,
7 whose thou art. Of a like --s
ask son -. .. .,
Great Freedom. compelled to labor-neither the -CALL OK HIS FOR RATES AID ROOMS.--- .
character la the saying "The head that :
man servant, nor the maid servant,
Geo S Adams,West Palm Beach
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the the bends Is never cut off. .
nor ox nor ass, nor, perforce
x ....,.., W.I. tfc. !*!. .f '.._.*.w- the stranger within the gates. With I I Of course the poor, beaten donkey Is W R Mitchell, West,Palm Beach

a a I"uaUq tan.-Dti..a..Br..dt.g such extraordinary deference to the the hero of a whole list of proverbs. I I THE TDn'r 1 DD
BUTT LI GN W 0 DVS'
.it, .........._..., ...,.' oa..rr.tares. "The donkey la little" It Is said "yet C Castellano. Miami .I I Of. .............1"J 9

atrivMM f.r DrlaUaf wan F he leads camels.: "They Invited the --->*'-

-..wOM tie CHrtI.,1I D.... donkey to a 'wedding. says another BUILDING SUPPLIES: NEW MANAGEMENT, .

who U viatlng Cuba In these ..t maxim "and he said 'Is it wood or Chas Welfihans, Jacksonville FELIX GARCIA Prop. Jacksonville Fla.
2 days of recoutroctlon can bring water than is wanted.'" Geo S Hacker & Son. Charleston S C ,

ft. 10 better flnancUI prop than American Of religious proverbs Koranic literature 1,

t greenbacks; they Are so much Is as full as Christian"Do what is I CIVIL ENGINI & SURVEYORS: Electric Lights Electric'Bells, Baths, Complete Set sate
easier to thin sold, and the premium I Franklin Sheen West Palm Beach
.1 carry
kind and good," says one, "and cast The Best $8.00 day Hotel in Florida.
he per
oa them U the tame. If i ----'e.-
It into the sea; If the fish do not.recognize .
tl brings the anal fetter of .credIt.or. DENTISTS: Ne cu at the tram Depot aad uk the Coad0r 10 atop at OnTmtlm. HI1tBRELSFORD
draws oa'borne through one of the it the Creator Wilt"Worldly D A Thomason, West Palm Beach

"" Wand banks be will find that the prudence, however Inspires I L T Daniel Cocoa

Cannier charge for the accommoda- such maxims as these: "The wound by ..'

Uoa are quite in keeping with the the land heals; the wound by the DRUGGISTS: :EROS.

Cuban Idea that fcverythlng American tongue Is Incurable;" "Out of the tripe E H Dimick West Palm Beach
1 la lawful prey,'to be made the most ,., .
seller's caldron cometh no silk bro 3
I of. The botel-k-epers still require DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING: Real Estate and InsurancePalm
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their pay on the basis of Spanish gold cade; "Don't always expect the peppery Thomason & Brown, West Palm Beach 3

i but will readily allow 6 per cent on .- part of the stew;" "They who handle Mrs J Frank West Palm Beach
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American bills /he local merchants =::.- :---- money will lick their fingers" Carl Schrebnick, West Palm Beach Beach Ilorida.

+ an glad to get our greenbacks at the CHURCH OP MONSEEKATE, MATANZAS which Is more true of Turkey than of Dave Singer,Jacksonville ,

am* rat In exchange for their goods saints and angels this ought to be the other places, probably. "The father ..' NOTARY PUBLIC.---COTTAKht TO KENT.<<

or th* coin of the country, because most religious country under the sun; gave a vineyard to the son, but the son FERTILIZERS:
most of their business 1s done in New but unfortunately, after hasty prayersIn never gave a bunch of grapes to the Wm A Bona & Co, Jacksonville 6=1.97 Post-Offlee undln' Narln: tf: Koinclant Hotel .
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York. Philadelphia. Boston and Bald the early morning the natives em- Little Bros "
father is a sermon of ingratitude.
more on the credit system and the ploy the remainder of their feast days e_>- -
Boies are convenient for transportation in bull-baiting, cock-fighting the lottery Short pithy proverbs are: "A man FIRE INSURANCE REAL ESTATE:

Without the expense of getting the ball. tho theatre instead of should only listen with one of his ears," Brelsford Bros. Palm Beach .

thwa changed Into another form. But attendance on heavenly personages. and "there Is no friend to a.man like Wallace R Moses, West Palm Beach BURKHARDTS West Palm leach, Mar. 2JI899-

the cabmen,,porters, servants and oth- Sunday is the great gala day of his mother." ..I
{ ers of their class, accustomed to being the week distinguished by the FISH DEALERS: Your Life is Not When you are using
: Y cheated at every turn by their late added brillaucy of every street The Coy Coyote. Reynolds & Hull. West PalmBeachS
rulers with hare' nothing to do with scene In the best cl<>thi* of the "Speaking about smart animals," said B Miller & Co, New York in Danger -< -Novelty-

r f any money that they do not understand populace boisterous masquerade processions the real estate man. "I want to go on Cheseboro Bros New York
and'insist on the familiar 20- tenfold in Caleb Haley & Co, New YorkiFURNITURE
r activity shops sa- record as saying that there Is no animal Blue Flame Oil Stove:!
eent pieces of the Island, American loons and theatres, and noisy persistency candle ,.-
that hold to the coyote
can a
dimes and nickels and coppers: for of lottery venders. Bull fightingIs :
small change, or the dirty beggar as dear to the native heart as ever, for smoothness. When I first went out D E Cooper Mfg Co, Jacksonville NO SnOKEl NO SMELL I Nothing about them to gtttfotof

handled disease-infested shlnplasters.If though owing to bard times the expensive to western Kansas I had an ambitionto ,., order. So simple in construction that a child can: operate them IB .

yon offer them an American halfdollar amusement is now confined to kill enough coyotes to make a lap GRAIN AND SEEDS: perfect safety. .
fresh and shining from the a few of the larger cnles and certain robe to send back to my friends In the Wm A Bonn & Co, Jacksonville It pays to get ODe, even though you have to throw the "Gatofiat 1
+a mInt. they will eye it donbtfully, try- seasons of the year. But the Cuban east. I tramped all over that country James B Bows Jacksonville Stove" into the rubbish heap-aud that's where it ought to be, it'yob
' Ir tag Its edges with their teeth and ring village must be indeed which has value life and property.
' I- It oa the Wewalk.. If they. do not- reMe Ito t its rev d_.M 1 cue poor"&'-p Ito I.lu. 'un luu blast .at.I with a gun but I never could get nearer -HARDWARE-- --: Call .eRA..... '"..".. ,."....... won..............i BLUE FLAME OIL. STOVE .1.. Vr..-_
than within mile of I usedto
a a coyote.
. r i. tt outright least one day in seven, wherein crowdsof M E Gruber, West Palm Beach x oration at any time. .
drive out in buggy and hide the
Some sharper of other my .
days seems men bet their last real on favorite ...
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,f; 1': t* hare floated Cuba with "American birds and go wild with excitement over gun under the seat but It didn't make HOTELS: Price, $5.00 and Up According Slz and Style. .

+ liter fire. and ten-rent pieces, after the edifying spectacle of two miser- any difference. Not a coyote ever got The '
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t ;%i baring pouched a fraction out of each able roosters clawing each other to near enough so that he could have been Boynton Palms, West BoyntonThe Palm Beach L. W. BURKHARDT flat t Grocenu? .

t far his own profit You may pick up death. reached with anything short of a long. The Barman House West Palm Beach ,

'. "it ft hatful of these small coins In the The inveterate gambling propensity range cannon. Mrs James McCann, West Palm Beach
course: of a day's transaction In of the people also finds in dominoes
it any vent The Travelers
"One day I started out in a hurry ; Jacksonville .
1-4 Cuban city and never find a whole chess, baccarat and a thousand ,5'JEWELERS I. ,
J one among them. Not only .do theLA other games of chance and skill, in and forgot my gun. I hadn't gone a S : I .-

S mutilated pieces pass at their face which women may also Indulge in the ; mile from town before I ran onto a Idner & Son, West Palm Beach. LADIES- .

.. *; aloe without question, but the Islanders privacy of home-and seldom without I group of four coyotes. The critters Greealeaf & Crosby, Jacksonville -

appear to place most confidence : stakes. The Cuban female goes Into didn't even take the trouble to lope off ,.---
p .. in the coin that has the greatest I gambling with the same innocent zest out of sight They Just walked off LAUNDRY: Have you seen our,New Lines of SUMMER DRE& GUUDS ?
v
v. number of holes in it as a proof that which distinguishes her sisterwomenof .two or three rods from the road and Wo' Kee, West Palm BeachLAWYERS Itaoms Organdies Dimities Stniss and-White Goods: .
It U did .
c genuine-else why r somebody Northern villages,' who find their sat down and looked at me and yawn -1 -i" "se ,
highest ambition realized 1n the lone- '
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ed. made hot to their Infernal : LACES EMBROIDERIES end NOTIONS.
5f hand'"' of It me see ,.
5 prize progressive euchre. In Beach
W | Metcalf. West Palm
this of,the world table in impudence, and I made a dive
part every
Frank W Pope,Jacksonville
hotels, barrooms,clubhouses and cat s aa if I were going try get the gun out Alex St Clair-Abrams,Jacksonville THE HONEST PROFIT HOUSE

: Is in requisition all day long and far from under the seat I thought snje I ..,

: : iM Into the night on Sundays for gaming would scare them away. Well, maybe MEAT MARKETS:

purposes.' they wouldn't believe it, but those cussed J P Mendel, West Palm Beach
The funniest thing in the line of Will ",
coyotes never moved. They just Whidden
drinking Is to see the Cubans imbibe : b.
water from a "monkey jug," or perone. sat up there and actually grinned. I

t The vessel, by the way, which is foundIn They said Just as plain as if they had Lndden & Bates'MUSIC M HOUSE H, Jacksonville: rrt1-[
used the words: 'Oh needn't try
every house and hotel bed room la you ,.'

a delight the fqrelgner, not only by to run any bluff on us! We are strictly NOTARIES PUBLIC: .

reason of its artistic beauty but because onto our Job.' How they knew I hadn't W R Moses West Palm Beach''

: It keeps the water cool in a com-: the gun I don't know, but.I have had Guy I Metcalf. West Palm Beach

paritively iceless country. There sre great respect for the sense of a coyote ..' : Staple and Fancy Groceries =

jugs signs.and The jugs commonest of varying are shapes round and and ever since." e NURSERY : i

slender,, with two holes in each near John B Beach, West Palm BeachPHOTOGRAPHER
1 the handle, which Is on top. One hole Settled .* Old Grudge.An ..' Grain and all Food Supplies.
old man-of-war's man tqok a seat
through which to pour the water into :

the Jug, and the other in a knot In a passenger car one day, attracting J B O'Donoghue, West Palm Beach ---.-
which marks the place is not larger considerable attention by his dress and _. ,.5

: 55 y than the hollow of a goose quill. It is manner. An indiscreet neighbor ventured PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS: COUNTRY PRODUCE

the old story of'the bung and th%spigot the question, "In the nary, R B Potter. West Palm Beach eY
Filled with water, the jug is hung on eh!" H C Hood Always fresh,Kept la Suck
a peg f\f any eonrenient n rojectio I .- .... "" ....--...- .. a ..
a W' ana The sailor nodded ainrmauvely."Well 1" ;o; ouinuam
spot that Is draughty. The currentsof ,.' Your Patronage Solicited T_ -j
GARDE w PLAZA, MATANZAS. "
went on the. other man, "I
air cause the thick PINEAPPLE PLANTS: r
.' take the trouble to punch lti.A, great perspire, like like a patient porous recovering clay to am not exactly in the navy myself; I G C Matthams, West Palm BeacbRESTAURANTS 4.14 West) fJalm Beaob, flcu f

deal of paper scrip, similar to that from Santiago fever," and the result is am a contractor-that !ii, I furnish ,.. .
Bard In the United States before the
.. that the water Is rendered cool and cheese to the navy." :

J resumption In Cuba of, but specie with payment this Important circulates wholesome. The Cuban fashion of Oh, you are, are ye!" said the sailor. Scbmid's Cafe: West Palm Bench
drinking is not to touch the vessel Will Melton Welt'Palm Beach
difference: when ours became soiled "You are Just the chap I've been looking ,
with the lips but open the mouth wide I ,.5.RETAIL .
or torn we could exchange It for new, for, and accordingly he knockedthe ,
white la Cuba there are no such facilities and, holding the jug up, to tilt it until aspirant for naVal honors over the GROCERS:

and the filthy bits of paper, handled a tiny stream six-inch trickles down the throat ; car seat, and added as he looked L W Bnrkhardt, West Palm Beach M Store I New Goods I Rock Baleen Prices 1 1T.tlO1VIA
describing
a and striking
curve F Oliver, West Palm BeachJ
by lepers and carried about In J
around "now show the sonofagun
on the root of the me -
the rags of the lowest clauses, become square tongue. D Mathis West Palm Beach
so loathsome that one would rather Apparently the highest.social institution that furnishes the butter." Glen G. Strohm, West Palm Beach Ott & BROWN
of Clenfuegos is the ,
Sunday even-
his than touch It
forego "change" Ing promenade in the plata, and with- Flesh Food and Ve..et.rl..I.. PARING
One dollar of our sliver will SHOE :
at least $t45 of this scrip, often purchase out it I really do not know how the Some one has estimated that twenty- W R Mitchell West Palm Beach Dealers in Dry Goods, Shoes, Ladles' and Gentlemen's

young people of the aristocracy would two acres of land is needed to sustain a ,.,
according to the rate of exchange and Notions.
more Furnishings .
to mate and eWe
t at the moment Though based manage marry. During man on fleshwhile that amount of land STEAMBOATS AND MACHINERY:

upon nothing, having been Issued indiscriminately class all the are week kept senoritas under rigid of the upper sown with wheat will feed forty-two Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co, bo.v for rash and sell for cash so give)lower price thin tnmi who girt

by a bankrupt government never permitted to walk abroad restriction alone persons; sowed to oats, eighty-eight; Jacksonville credit. Our motto ill, Quick wile and small profits, and undid*

it answers all the local necessities and ('(:nstant1y.watched by parents to potatoes, Indian corn or rice 176 crimination bat sell to oil at sam price, goods are nil t
.' of the trade and la always used and planted with the breadfruit TAILORING: 11-10-tf plainly marked in figures.
persona
and duennas as if expected to rush to
for carfare and small transactions Abe Safranek & Son, West Palm Beach
the bad if allowed the smallest opportunity tree over 6,000 people would be -'.. .
One thing la well known, that '
every --
,. This system of eternal fed.
vigilance TRANSPORTATION LINES:
Authorised Issue of a given sum was
would doubtless become as Irk- Indian River and Lake Worth Steamers
exceeded.
ormously Seven
'I tap an Issue of bank bills of years this some to the guardians as to the open- Mlfht He.tloB the Fact. Ocean S S Co, Jacksonville CITY MEAT MARKETDEALER

soon was intrusted ing buds were it not so soon over. At "Suppose I should call you any hard P_ R_ C_ Ry.. Jacksonville ,
j { currency,_ .t.o.an the of thirteen Cuban Is _
a girl
mauucoaieni M ID the United' States. age considered names, asked the literary chap from -. -
and I14JOOQ.OOO was printed in addition i << quite old enough to marry, and the East, who was down in Mexico, WHOLESALE GROCERS:
her parents hunt up'a son-in-law with- WESTERN FLORIDA MEATS
to the authorized amount! All studying human nature "what would Pope & vfl la'i 11 I hcksouiUeFirstClass | ,
I out delay-unless, as is more commonly -
use duly receipted for and signed by doT"
you
the case, some sub-rosa lover POULTRY, BUTTER and EGGS.
the corrupt Spanish officials, who-so
announces himself or a match satisfactory "Oh. kinder mention the fact to the
the qnldnucs say-divided the extra to paterfamilias, was arrangedfor coroner the first time I met him," carelessly
I millions tbemxelves. It Is Game in Season. J P. MENDEL
., among asserted her with the son of a friend while replied the gringo Proprietor.
that the Captain-General under
the pair were yet in their cradles. The 3-1999 WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA
whose administration this financial
beauty and charm of the fair Cubansare Bury the Dead !_ the Hovie. .
stroke was accomplished came to --- -- ---
and as evanescent as irresistible while In certain parts of Africa it is considered -
Cuba two later
a poor man. years
they last Like the lovely wild flowersof a mark of disrespect to bury
returned to Spain with 3.000.000
to his credit So thrifty were peso the their island they mature very early out-of-doors at all Only slaves are SUBSCRIBE FOR THE SUN :
but fade as rapidly. The prettiest girl
rj. s proud hidalgos who. threw down a will be plain before she is thirty and treated in such unceremonious fashion.
dollar when half of It was due (somebody handsome middleaged is The honored dead are buried under the 5
a woman not
else's dollar), and stalked floor of the house.
to be found in Cuba-if anywhere outside -
htnghtlly away, sneering at the the temperate zone .
J
"Yankee pigs" who waited for their Ae Rewarded,

change .PH Rlraa w.."... A law of New Zealand awards a pen. CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED "
other day I went Into the Cafe
The
te Lax to treat some of my newly-ar February and March are the dl'est )- slon of 1100 annually to every respectable Job : /Commercial Agencle

rived countrymen. There were four months, heavy rains begin in May person who hat attained the age Printing REFERENCES- National Marine Bank, Baltimore.WM. .

at us, and each ordered a different a rionth earlier than in western of sixty-five, and has resided twenty

beverage. I threw down a five-dollar Cuba and continue with a slight years in the colony. .

American goldpiece In payment ThesmUtdlspenser" weakening In June and Oct until :;J HEYSER
the end of the Official Devlee.
studied long with :year. I Mandy
knitted brew ever the knotty problemof figures have been compiled from datan handy device for banging clothes

change and the banded me badA I file at a station on the northeastern is formed of a ring to be screwed to the Fruit and
bore of the island. These show that At the Sun Office. Commission
Spanish five-dollar goldpiece an top of a post to support a number of f
forty cents: la silver. This pleased tb the average rainfall for 2% years was Produce ,
arms, which are dropped into a bole in
about twice
so well that I treated BfaU 23 Inches or as much as
group -
giving back to the saloon-keeper th alls at Ban Juan at sea level The the end of the post when not hi use. 118 S. Gay St., BALTIMORE MD.

Spanish five-dollar goldpiece, Tbtvaa !Highest point reached by thermometer
95 degrees In May, '98, the lowest PhlllfplBe n.n.The ", Fair and Honorable
easier for him to reckon, and m), was I Thorough Responsibility. Dealing.
change for the second deal,was five til degrees In January, '87, and February yearly output of cigars from the ..I.' ';;, .,.. I Remitaoc&s" forwarded Pay Qootf art Sold.r .

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. TIfURSDAY APRIL. 13. 1894
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WOVAN'J WEAPON!,,
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I '-, .....: ... riage should be loafer delayed. Ha Mathushek Pianos THE BALTIMORE Tillffi j

woman's could give her a pleasant home even 11
"What Is a weapon!
I asked a charming girl a trifle lonely But she would never Are fan V With a Name ABE SAFRANEKSON :

s s, She dropped her lashes shyly be lonely. Would he not be with her! f : : Pianos Tha4 hve A Reputatu nppcoud { '

And stroked a vagrant curl And she could paint all the pictures to. mine. Th-\. are the KANACEES.OF :
Then consciously she murmured the wanted In Colorado well ia ,
as as .
k nd thai liu\f- of
This rosebud newly out New York. rlocv ii test The Three Friends ?.

"I have a strong suspicionHer tiuiean havebatiiiedthemostcritic
Yes, he would go to her. He would
is *! musician in Tailoring Company.
weapon. a pout. iweep her off her feet by his passionate ev. ry way. .

TEN 'LITTLE'BERVANTSTen "What is a woman's*weapon?" pleading; he would carry her away They Are Not 3

-- I asked a lover true. with him; he would bring her back to old *i\Ir |.unu,; that have been SUITS AID PANTS HADE TO CBDEB

little servants He the mountains and to his home. rental Inr thenolfer-
Johnny has turned him to a maiden Yt"urlll1flli
That know but The train thundered Into the station.
tu "
obey, With of heavenly blue. ed as
eyes "srrrat bargains, nor are
And
to his slight st Tom Weir had never been east of and
beck 'and call Cleaning Repairing .
Her velvet lips Pressing -
were parted
They they "cheap, low-grade" pianos '
never
answer nay, Denver before. The babel and confusion -
s And All Innocent of guile, made sell half l i
to
never uat price. A !
t vexi argue or reply, And eagerly he answered: annoyed him. He thought of the Specialty. ii i
Apr g questions ask, solemn wind-swept mountain spaces Every Piano Is New
with a good nnd hearty will "Her weapon is a smile." FIT AND WORKUANSKiP GOARAITEED. I J JWF.ST
and of the wide-spreading, peaceful
Do their,appointed task! and every pan is made in the
"What is plains. He longed to find a quiet cor i
a woman's weapon. ? Mathurhek Factory, PALM BEACH, FLA.

Of different size and different strength, I asked: a poet then. ner. But the clatter and hubbub pursued .- which is a guarantee that it will .

Yet willing all a true, With sudden Inspiration him to his hotel last lifetime. -

And glad to give each other aid He seized upon his pen. The address of the letter he was carrying ., a Chinese .,

In anything they do, ] "Oh, I could name a thousand!" over his heart took him far uptown "" Why Take Chanceson Laundry,

i Ive And on his rigo, five on his left;, I He cried in accents clear: When he succeeded In master cheap pianos when the Old
each one has his paIr the intricacies of the bells in the
ing
"But woman's surest and Reliable
Which matches them In size weapon; Mathushek be WO KEE Proprietor .
and form
he found a door was openedby ,
apartment
Exactly to a hair! I grant you, Is a tear. .Give.a bought at prices and terms to
a pert little maid, who stared superciliously ... ,
In at his height and breadth, suit you? There are more than Shim ........ .......... ....... _.......... 10
Each every'doty of the day TO-MORROW AT NOONFor his clothes and his sombrero. 15,000 Mathushek Pianos in Open Front......., ...... 2 fur 2541

nobly bears his part .... .. .. .. ....... .
At school or home, no matter where, "No," she drawled, "Miss Cameron the South ."You Should. Have Collars.... ... .. .... 25fc

In labor or in art. hours before the Chicago Is not in; she Is driving in the park." One. Cuffs .k
express
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Ladle !Shirt: Walnt.. __ ... tile
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< And Johnny never speaks Ms wish, entered the Grand Central Station a "Can I see her this evening! he demanded Genuine Mathushek Pianosare

He only need to think, passenger In the sleeping-car Arcadiawas Imperiously, ... only sold by
i And straight his servants do his will in "Why she said with astonishedeyes FIRST-C6ASS WORK GUARANTEED.
a state bordering on frenzy.He no, ,
ft As LUDDEN & BATES' S. M. H.
quick as you could wink! '
tt had smoked so many cigars that of course not. No one ever sees V Banyan Street WEST PALM BEACH.
.c the : her In the !" ; Fred Hahn, Manager. 2-2
And should these porter regarded him with appre evening ,
busy brothers work
A single deed of shame, hension. He had stamped up and down I "When can I see her?'' he felt himself Th.e. "., 29 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
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," Not theirs the fault-you may be sure the aisle so fiercely that a baby had going hot and cold by turns. .'-;: <,H CHESEBRO BROTHERS,

That Johnny Is lo blame; shrieked In fright whenever he appear "You might possibly see her at noon .- -'Oc' 1
- And so are you In the same case- ed. He had cursed so horribly that the to-morrow," snapped the maid. "She's '; ;.,. '::. O'DONOGBDE 1 Fulton Fish Market New York;

'-- All children and alt men-' ancient spinster in the section next his .never up before noon." Then she shut .. :>< : : Wholesale Commission Fish Dealers! ;
For ,
who
has :
fingers: strong and well had been on the point of swooning several the door with a decided bang. -- .

.., Can count his servants-Brace ten Baxter.! times. Tom strode away, hurt, angry, suspI- .} THE ALL 'ROUND Our Indian River Specialties Are:

to, '" He was a bIg athletic fellow with a cious. What did it mean! Art, a car .

1 A MAGIC NUMB R. ruddy complexion, determined lips, and riage, living In luxury. Never up before SPANISH MACKEREL

t; ...; eyes like gray velvet, with black lashes noon. Suddenly he stopped and =PHOTOGRAPHER i. POMPANO, K1NO-FI8H,
Th. and brows. His face would have been cursed himself for a mean, pitiful cur ,
BLUE-FISH
&rage Thing & Can Be Done With SHEEPtHEAD. ,
!_ (ertaiu Flrnret. noticeable at any time, but now, crowned .that he should suspect_.her of anythingthat O
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with an enormous silverembroidered was not good and pure and wom Has come to stay. in Weft- Palm I 8EA TROUT, EIC,
Everybody knows the tricks that OU11
, can sombrero and distorted with impatience anly. To-morrow-to-morrow at noon,
be played with the number 9-that .... Beach, :and is now fully prepared to
: > mysterious property .known as the it was doubly conspicuous. ,he would see. her. Everything wouldbe OUR INDUCEMENTS TO SHIPPERS ARE:

, ." power of nine." But strange thingsare "That cowboy must be getting ready explained, and on his knees he do work to gratify his patrons. Prompt Returns and Fell! Market Tiles' ,
would her him for his
sometimes discovered with regard to kill somebody, said the commercialman beg to forgive .

-, to other numbers even where we get from Omaha to the railroad man unworthy suspicions.As -_-.:": 22 :- : :.. Stencils Forwarded on Application,
into hundreds and thousands.. There from Buffalo. he entered his hotel he ran into a .;, .

la the number 142,857, for instance. At "Either that or he's going to see his man from Denver whom he knew. : Studio Masonic I Bloc Correspondence Solicited.F. .
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first sight one would not it of '!'" \': :.' .,; ,
suspect girl," replied the other. They shook hands and adjourned to the .., '- ; ;:
anything singular; it is only when we ,bar. Tom was honestly glad to see ,- .'- WEST PALM BEACH.
The railroad keen -
man was a judgeof
take to multiplying it that we discover him. To tell the truth the ranchmanwas :
its power. We shall find that if we human nature. Tom Weir ranchman : F.I A REYNOLDS
multiply It by any number, from one from the Valley of the River of lonely and a bit homesick. Chance to do YourJob11. ,

t 4 up to six. we shall arrive at products Lost Souls Col.. was on his way to "Got the dumps!" laughed the man CALEB HALEY & x
Cu. WHOLESALt AND
KETtILSHIPPER
5 expressed by exactly the same figures New York to find his sweetheart.As from Denver. "Oh, brace up! Go tp r

as the original Not only so, but, with the theater and amuse yourself. Let's Wholesale Commission dealers
'- he sat moodily biting an unlighted ij ,JXI DEAlER IN
the exception that a different figure see. Go to the Gotham. There's a .
leads off each time, the order of figures cigar and counting the mile-posts he great show there. Out of sight Say, ALL KINDS OF FISH.
is the recalled as in a dream his meeting a
same: but there's a girl there that's a beauty.
142tv multiplied by 1 Is, of course, with the exquisite creature he was POMPANO
the same. seeking. He remembered that clear, t The town has gone wild over her. She Special Attention given to the sale ol i
is on only for a few moments but she : <. Southern Fish. SPANISH MACKEREL
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283,714.
Ui8S7 2 is
multiplied by : bright morning when he rode jingling .,
POMPANO, BI.UE15", TROUT, SHEEP
142.857 multiplied by 3 Is 428. 7L. leaves an impression. I'll see you tomorrow -
and clattering into Durango. just as the HEAD, RED SNAPPER, SHAD, dc. SPANISHACKBBFIbaid
142.857 multiplied by 4 is 571.428: train from Alamdsa was pulling1 up to about noon. Good-night a '
57.multiplied by 5 Is 714,285. of a hurry," and he was gone before
the station; how he threw himself off
14i&7 multiplied by 6 is boi,142. his mustang and joined the crowd of Tom could tell him that tomorrow CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED: ELBE FISH.
lint with this multiplying by 6 the miners at noon he had an engagement PROMPT RETURNS.

strangeness stops, though the result of cowboys, loafers and "greas.ers" The theater was crowded. The stage 14 Fulton Fish Market, HEW YORK 4
on the station platform to see the
multiplying the number by 7 gives the .
rather oud of passengers alight was peopled by hosts of pretty girls PALM I
figure 'JOU.tCJO, simply WEST BEACH, FLA.
lacking one ,o make the million.- If He heard: again the murmur of admiration with brazen smiles and alluring eyes. .'-* "

the process Is carried further and the as she stepped from the train There was plenty of fun and music Geo. S. Hacker & SonMANUPACTURERS BOX 187. 'l24tfWilEN

number is multiplied by 8, 9, '10 11, and walked through the throng with and dancing and laughter.But .
i etc, the result will be almost as start Tom was'not interested. Perhapshis e
the air of a princess.His .
lug as In.the case of the smaller mul- lonely life had not fitted him to en- in Jacksonville be sure aDd vis
heart pounded he
madly as recalled -
tipsters.s Joy such a shaking.of folly bells. Per it'your Old Friend, who will surprise
the masses of red gold hair the
haps the.heart that tad always reverenced you with Bargain/ in
For an Amateur rarptout4r. luscious lips, the eyes of most unholy I
womanhood despised the dubious Dry Goods, Clothing' and
The honesty of hand-made.furnitureii blue-the blue of the mountain sapphires
attractive, particularly if it jest, the offensive innuendoes. He wondered R Gents' Fin DI hhlgs
always -and.the graceful svelte form. _
Is made without glue in the good old- His: thorghts shifted to the afternoon as he looked about how nice D. SINGER, Manager,
fashioned style, with wooden bolts to women could bear to listen to such If Bridge treet.Near Buy.
when he was introduced to her at the
bold the supports together. The accompanying .stuff. --ork II-I.Q8 IM'KiONVTLtF", F1Aalrtt
ranch adjoining his She had
design for a bench Is'' own. At times he lost sight of the stage.
come to visit her school friend the wife
artistic In its simplicity and might "
"To-morrow at noon, ran In his mind.It W. R.
of his neighbor. He remembered her MITCHELL
easily be copied by any amateur car- throbbed through the'melody of the ,

wonderful pink gown with clouds and orchestra, it resounded in the strains of Shoe Repairing :Neatly Done, Harness
billows of lace the tiny fan she wieldedso
J coquettishly the rings on her white song. The violins breathed and whispered .., OF Sewed and Repaired.
and sobbed the refrain over and
fingers. She looked like an angel to Out-of-town customers will receive

the big, clumsy, blushing, stammering over," "To-morrcir to-morrow at e Doors, Sash, promt attention. Shop on Olive Street

ranchman pink and white angel noon. next door north of TROPICAL SUN Build-
At last the stage was darkened. He ing. 8-18
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with a halo of dazzling blonde hair. i
heard some people next him talking .
Poor Tom Weir then and there
lay -
about the beautiful woman who was to "
his great, unsullied, honest heart'at her "YouSuy 'Em I Fern 'Em!
statue. 'He leaned forward.
pose as a Material
tiny feet From the first moment she Building OYSTERS Cooled a* jrm like them, while
The curtains parted. On a pedestal you wait. Served In All Style all4 tl all boon,
spoke to him he was her slave.: CHARLESTON S C. between 6 and 11
stood a woman with masses of cluster a. m. p. m.
t' Now he thought of those heavenly hair her white shoul The Sun Rcfre-btnenu.l.old Drinks and Cign.WILL .
.. ing falling over Tropical Its. Largest Factory South.
days"that followed 'the HELT01TS RESTAUS15T
; long walks and ders. Her super b form stood out like ,. ,
i r, rides in that glorious air that mountedto marble against the somber background. Send for Prices. Olive Street West Palm Brackr

heads like .. _. -
their champagne; the *

nights when the great red moon swung ,
What was it the men were callingout XAKCISSCS STREET.
over the snow-covered mountain as the carriages rolled up to the

peaks; the first mad kiss, the tender door of the theater! Oh yes, how MY

confession, the sweet surrender and the stupid of him! "To-morrow, at noon:' THECORNER SPECIALS :
solemn betrothal. Job Department
of course. And what did all those F

And now he was going to see her! blazing! letters _road___ _In_ the glittering! e
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had since the. FANCY FAMILY GROCERIES.
Two years gone by girl
signs along the crowded thoroughfare
r. A SIMPLY MADE TTOODEX{ BENCH of his heart had said him a '
.... : good-by to ; "To-morrow at noon-to-morrow at CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS
: penter. The ends are cut In a pattern since he had held her to his brawny "
;1 out of a thick board, as in cut No. 2, breast and with swimming eyes and noon. FANCY TEAS AND COFFEES.'

and ate held together by a bevelled husky voice had begged her not to forget He went to his room. He laughed as Prints Letter Heads GROCERY FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES -
I "r, which passing through the supports him. he flung himself upon his bed. "To- IN SEASON.
i Is firmly held In place by wooden morrow-to-morrow at noon." Note Heads ...
pins, a* shown in No. L A simplecontrivance She had written him often sweet, .. *"" \

but nothing could be kind, tender letters, letters he had The man from Denver knocked on his StatementsBusiness '
GOODS COURTEOUS TREATMENT.
tronger. kissed and cried over and put under his door and rattled and shook It. "Wakeup i NEW STORE, NEW ,

pillow at night She had kept her Cards
Own Weir! he shouted, "wake up. It's
Bird Dr i. Wenndi. word. She had not forgotten him- Darling of Denver. Come you lazy Prompt Free Delivery on Both Sides of the Lake. !
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observations made
Interesting
Some Bill Heads
that radiant creature. 0, where was a beggar I want to to luncheon
;you go
by M. Fatlo on the surgical treatmentof man so madly happy as he! And 0,
me.
wounds by birds were recently when when, would this train get into with There And all kinds of Fine Stationery J. F. OLIVER Proprietor.
brought before the Physical Society of was no answer. ,
Geneva. In these K was established New York! "Wake up, Weir!" he called again, I ...
V V*, that the snipe had often been observed There was only one little bit of alloy banging the door with his fist -_

-V 1 repairing damages. With its beak and in this happiness; a mere trifle, to be But no answer returned from the silent Are You Supplied ? 4"I ATTENTION MERCHANTS I

feathers it makes a very creditable sure, but still there. A few words in room, where the brawny form lay

dressing, and has even been known to her last letter had troubled him. He' stretched upon the bed and where the .

secure a uroken limb by means of a had read and re-read them, trying to
blood trickling down from
was slowly
MIAMI BOTTLING WORKSIs I
stout ligature.On occasion M. FaUo killed a discover just what caused his uneasi- the white forehead In which the ranch Give us a Trial Order._. THE
one
snipe which bad on Its chest a large ness, but something in vain. seemed Still a vague, intangible man's sure bullet was buried. prepared: to deliver EXPRESS PREPAID, to all responsible parties '
threatening
dressing comiwsed of down from other
.
parts of the body and securely flied ?m. Some instinct sounded a note of Flue Church In Manila. BOTTLED SODA, POP, GINGER ALE, etc., ...

to the body by coagulateu blood. ilzim as he pored over the perfumed By far the most striking characteristic .
Twice be bad snipe with interwoven paper in his hand. of Manila is the number, size and And We Will P.iiroLtge of Dade County Merchants Solicited and Satisf-cti s Ga rani ril rmi ._ eI'

feathers 8trapl>eu on to the site of the "I am tired of teaching," the letter splendor of the religious edifices. CAK'EI.UNO.' I'rop. \! 1\ "I\ VI\1

fracture of one or the other limb. The ran. "The life of a governess is so Though the walled area is only about 11-74 If .

most Interesting example was that oft narrow, so confining. So I have gonen 250 acres in extent, within these lim- : -__ ,_ --ut'lilf'IWf" -- --- _
whose legs he had
both of
snipe, "
: for art. its are half a dozen churches, including
broken misdirected
unfortunately by a I
F hot He only recovered on the fol. That was all. a cathedral. The spires and bell tow .. l H Miller Mil'er.lo' cholhim

10'lnday/ when ie found that tU Art-art! Art ia perfectly harmless, ers of, these massive structures form ; Plf' s" You... Q R I

vound bird bad contrived to apply ::0 be sure but it was strange he had the most picturesque characteristic fea- ; r iVULLLK OL va' .

dnwings and a sort of splint to bntU :ever teen her draw or paint anything. ture of the city. The oldest of the -E tablikbrd 1841-

limb In carrying out this operation ,!deed, he remembered that when with existing churches, that of St. Augustine -

tome feathers had become entangled he enthusiasm of the typical Western was founded more than 300 years -WHOLESALECommission .

round the beak and not brtjig able ir.chmaa, he had pointed out the ago. That !it has withstood the typhoons .

to u!e Its claws! to was get: rid almost of them dead, eauties of his beloved mountains shed and earthquakes of three centuries Fish Dealers
\ creature '
the poor when found. < ; seemed rather bored than other is proof of its solidity and also
hunger .
from se. of the ability of Itt architect a ne- 7 Fulton Fish Market, NEW YORK. '

FMs .f I'wpartrt Pr'on. He made a.St d.J.m resolution. He phew of tie: builder of the Escurial at

tJ-PJWoId. Bonaparte's house at St. laid go to New-"Olk. He would a:t Madrid. SPANISH"/JACKEREL, SHEEPS-HEAD, BLUEFISH .

I. now ;a- hara; the room |r a: and beg her t5 give up art ant ..-
i ,Iylltj'h Iftl.ra.UV:' d Iii f,"HWe or Ifc- +!. me.nell to natu!a's heart with hIm. I 'r ISil.! POMPANO RED SNAPPER GREEH'TURTLE ETC.

F M bt! crate Ji a nurSIne for srindnarlle .here was to .,_-...i shy their mar- Amateur rhctos-aphers In Rrssia .Stencils Promptly }'urnl !1rd. 11,101t
are obliged, to eecue licenses.




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.\PC t SL=TOPiC: 'FOR"THE WEEK THE LEAGUE TOPIC FOR THE WEEK
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SERIES, APRIL 16. \ '
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tI1 BEGINNING'APRIL. ;1&. BEGINNING APRIL 16. .
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,- Comment by Win K. J'lalaer-SabJeetl .
ab T.a.tlt.r With C.r.wwt fT p rtl by W_ "Jesus Teaching ', 13:1.17-fiold. With Comment by Tin. K.. Fbher-Prepared / : ; ; .< :
; LPb. .rforGea.nlluadlaa-FoCoa. for C e of Leagues and FamllUt-r ,:::
Cu Text I Uat Given Yon an Example,
aidnatl.at Tk.:EUraal Homing
11"J.... 80: 'LIs. and Ilo4era Mlniieu lift. 80: MS.
Tenet 14.17.)

A eU.known'wrtter. In commenting "Now, before HIM feast of the pass- In answer to the question ."Watch" will move Friday into the '

on the first twelve verses of the 60th eve .when Jesus Ijiew that Ills haul man what of the night!" can.we not

.chapter of Isaiah; says:' wasW:>me that Ilr- should depart out truly say that the night is far spent ,

:"Tbe prophet Isaiah was one of the of this world unto the Father, having and the eternal morning indeed draw- NEW STORE

most searching of ,.men. He always loved His own rhieh were' In the eth nigh?

went to the bottom of Israel's'sins. He world, He loved than unto the end." The dawning of tie etern&I'morning Advertisers .. .

spared neither the saint nor the sinner. By ,"Before the feast" we :ne.to. and the spreading of the gospel are -
; IN THEWHILLDIN.
understand "Beforj they sat down to .
Hi* catalogue of wrong leaves nothing more closely linked together than
... the feast" Instead of "When Jesus
out and'seems enough to discourage many of us think. Before Jesus "comes "
.._
knew that His h< ur was come, the
', anyone of possible reformation. But again" the story of the cress Is to be
revised version reads "Jesus knowingthat BLOCK.
: the prophet is like Christ In this that, His hour haa come." Instead of told to all nations so by "lifting Jesus (
4Who
; though he is never blind to the people's "He l lved them uuto the end." a bet- up" we hasten his return and help to I

f': Iniquity, he does not lose hope. He ter rendering Is obtained by using the I usher In the day for which the Saints .Use the x

t.. has faith, first of.e1,1In God and,'secondly marginal "to: the uttermost" In the of Gcd have long 1e looking. If you want NEW GOODS call t""r and get them

:. In the people( however black revised. In the ariginal "Unto "theend" FOJ may years the evangelization
"the End of all or .
,
:'> their slas. This will, explain the apparent means ages of the world did indeed seem stow but i
of His nature the
to "the uttermost
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fiI' lack of harmony between chap uttermost degree possible of love""And now former opposition is rapidly dis- INDIAN RIVER !liD LAKE WORTH STEAMBOAT SERflCEBETWEEN

Jr'l tern: The,, prophet might also be ac- appearing and more quickly than we
supper being ended the devil
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;;.- cueed of moodlness severe when he Is having now put into the -Leaxt of Ju- think the grand consummation of all Columns of -- .J

,;. not feeling veil, hopeful'beyond reason to things may take place. '
das Iscariot, Simon's son, betray
; when he is In good health. Rather: Him. For many long years the pioneers of TiTUSVilLE, HOCKLEB8E, JENSEN AND PALM BEACH. 1 '

., II e the changes due to the outlook. Although' there U great prejudice on the Cress went forth, unfaltering sow '
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When he looks at Israel as she is he the part of some to the use of the revised ing the seed which to-day is rapidly SCHEDULE .

I-u.' sees her great sins and must name Bible a raraful couiiiarison' of I ripening into a rich harvest. No doubt s .... On and after Tuesday, February 14th, 1899.socm .

* : them. When he looks toward heaven many of the changes will convince all i i to many their efforts seemed like avery '

. he sees the glory that Is to be revealed. who are willing tc be convinced that i small portion c! leaven,but it will THE .' Bon' .- ,
the U accorwince with
changes are
:!. : "In this,chapter he looks far down the true meaning of the word. According surely leaven the whole lump. '! Leave Tit ni.le, daily except: Sua.Uy and Wednesday, iQPpm

i 1 :: the.future and sees the morning breaking to the revised Bible, this I Let us be more enthusiastic about ... '.: Arrive Bockledge, h 6 :93 p xi
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;* : and the 'nations coming ,to God. I telling the whole world about our '
second verse 1't'ad.n bring the Leave Titusville, daily except aua+lay an l Wednesday 4.00 pm
'&:' 'f; Before that, shall come to pass however supper (the devil baying already put i I i Saviour. Arrive Jensen, Daily except Monday and Thursday IfMtfaSl

,f;.. 'darkness shall cover the earth into the heart of Judas Iscariot, Si:) I| Here we read of Jesus as the :MorningStar .
Leave
r.. and gross darkness the people; but the mon's son, to beti>y Him)." and in the first chapter of Lukewe TitusuIIe, MondaysToesdaysandFrbiaye' 4.O6psa

'). Lord thill arise, and his glory. shall be "Jesus, knowing that the Father bad J find that Zachaiias, who was filled TROPICAL Arrive Palm BeatU following day 2..gift p 111

, given all things itto His hands, and
seen. with the Holy Ghost declared the .
i God'and ---NOSTH BOCXD j
that He from
-r.- We are living in the fulfillment of the was" come "Dayspring (or,- as the marginal read-

: .: days which Isaiah saw with the prophetic went to God. ing gives it. the Sunrlfiing) from on Leave Palm Beach, Monday,, Wednesdays! Thursday?, LIY)) a &l j

eye, and aa "the redeemed ones The revised version chan.qes that this lat high hath visited us. To give light to Arrive Tltn1I1t', 'olJowmz day .. 12,30 p fa 1
ter part of this verse so It reads,
t.4, of the Lord" we have heard the King "He came fortH from God and goeth them that sit in darkness and In the Leave Jensen, daily except Thnraclay and Saturday s ..'>1 p ta :

,tE of all kingdoms tell us to arise and unto God. shadow of death to guide our feet into \ Arrhe Titusville, daily except Sundays and Monday, u." Pili. '

;j thine, and we Indeed realize that the "He riseth from supper and laid the way of peace." Are we dang; all '-" .. .. .SUN Leave Kockledsre, daily except Sundays and Wednesdays, 9." p m j ...

.. glory of the Lord is risen upon us. The aside His garments, and. took a towel In our power to take this glorious news Arrive Titus?Jle, ** U.JOIU I
t glory of the Lord is seen in the lives of and girded Himself." to those who are yet sitting in dark- 1

't men and women who live consecrated The supper lIe arose from "was' the ness? II. GAILLARD, Wgr., T. T, REESE Agt., CHAS. DAMES, Gec. Agt,
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\...! lives others seeing their good works Passover Supper not the Lord's sup Is it unreasonable to suppose there .. St. Augustine, Fla. Palm Beach, Fla. TZtusvUk. Via 1

,. do glorify our Heavenly Father As per. which was Instituted later in the I are many even in our times who like :! '
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t' t' Indlviduala.-before this glory comes Into evening.: -(PeloubeL) Simeon at Jerusalem (Luke 2: 25) are -

' :. our souls, when we are convicted of "Oriental garments are much the looking for the "Light to lighten the .

: '. sin, and fully realize our lost condition same now as in the days of Jesus.and Gentiles and the glory of Israel?" Florida East Coast i
Over the drawers slid the oust-rs CLAIM Ry. :
.):r we are able to understand something of the shirt aniperhaps over the vest I Some professed Christians are rather .. .

" the gross darkness which Isaiah spoke and the kuftan-like a dressing govmare lukewarm in their support of foreign '
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\*" of; but it is always darkest before they worn lois, flowing robes which I or home missions. They seem to forget ;

1 dawn and' when we are convicted sufficiently must be laid aside when.one has any I our responsibilities. If people refuse BOUKD (Bead: Down). SOETH BOCSD (EdIt:,1, j

;I. r' of sin to cause us .to clearly special service to porfonu. Into the to see, then we are absolved, but

.., ,.. 'see ourselves in our. proper light before girdle, which may. be of leather or'I it is duty to let them know that the It Is The No)9!) o;si YoaNo3;;I7aii STATIONS. \078 NO:41\olltNoill.DIailJ Itall7'fIailJfM; ; ;
may be a'shawl the skirt of the kaftan oTurn --4.---$ Daily.exmo aUYiEu ID-ilI II 1! !
: God everything will dark tru ht h iEIwl2tsu&BOOp
t : appear e g as come. -
is tucked; when one is preparingfor ; ( .. ial 92Ja| '15f'aLv..Jack'nn1I1e.Ar. T45p '$
r}, but.the true light will quickly come. menial service, or for running! or The light of the gospel should shine Soup 2HJi?>|llUa) | 845aAr....._.... et.Aoscnnn...._....LTlllia b { iota f95a
... This experience, which Is frequently Tines. at home as well a& be sent to the dis- StOp.. 1"Sia 8WO. Lv..h8t. Anjristute..........Are a .lOIIa
I 'I : for fighting. -(Sunday-School ) : .. ...... ...... ..I" ..............Ha-niaes..Lv Sat rtUOOBi"! ]!
.. Spoken of ps old-time conviction Is "After that He poureth water into tant parts of the world and not only i'- .. =: llWaI.Ar; ........ .....Pa'aku.. .. . Lrj.fep Ij i i iTiaftTSp.r ....

I I. r .usually followed by a very bright evi- 'a basin and began to wash the disciples' is Jesus the Light but we are to be : .', ...... _I'u35a9! ..at Lv..............asps .......Ar # .

I deuce of the pardon of our sins. We feet and to wip-3 hem with lights. Matthew says: "Ye are the .-. =- ---. !fHi tf'Ar A' .........!stw.-Zv: lTt thyt.!:! .. .
It.. recently assisted In a meeting where the towel wherewith He"was girded." light of the world. A city that is set B STAdvertising: .. :;' aural e4la Lv............hanHaieo..Ar- Ttlif. _" .... :-:-::
w :::::: )T-2a r r aLv.A. Paiaita.: :..........Lv : :. ...... "Ili
among the seekers for the fulness of We are told that Jesus poured the on a hill cannot be hid. Neither dJ< IU9p :..12WpII03l'a; ...............Ormond............ iW' ...... ...... tar
I God's love school teacher of the water over the feet "for the feet .were and it under 11 P...:... IlletiJ4fa\ ..............Daytona............. t3; fll.J ...... ...... i3.:
was a light a candle put a
w men .- ...... ... ........... .. .. .. "
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I not Into the water, but the water <. Cp: to rya Port Orange. a: ... ...... .. ... ....
Tillage. She was so .much in earnest put bushel but on a candle-stick; and It USOpii'ija ..:... 144pI112aSlip a...........New SjpYTua.......... Jwp tlAf .. ... ...... f10a
4 that realized the of is poured from a ewer over a basin all that in the .. ., ...... ... ... ... .. .... Oak Hill ..:......... .. 2. ...... .
jhe fully darkness unto
giveth light are r. .. .. .. : .
t held under them the feet are washed ; 2Mp 1200n( .TrtugvtlteCitT : .... I 1 tai
\ the world without Christ in all his full- In stream." The attendant house. Let your light sa shine before .__ .. ...... e:!'sol .. M :.....::::... PoiUt..,:......., ... 108. .. ....
the falling ....... ...:.. ........*.... ....*.....*. I t }
\ ness and In the agony of her soul she wipes the feet with a napkin which men, that they may see your goo l. t ....'. :9tap12'p; ............ P.Oxos. ............ t. .. f/*
I" ) cried out, "It Is so dark! So dark!" he commonly carries over his shoulder works, and glorify your Father whichIs ....;. ...... 4p ............EaaGaJue.......,.... ;,Yip: { .... 1,
pt'r-I ...... ...... tap llfcp ..........I.Aie.ixvnrad............ ....
i Then the stepped: out by faith In the'i' or which he carries about his in heaven. ...... ..... 61t'.p ..... .......... Rowland ............. '1911., sr
' promises of God, and the darkness dis son like an apron, or tucks into his Melville B. Ccx the Methodist missionary ...... ...... 52Jp..... .............Sebastian............ !,n KM'.54..j
.. girdle." ... 61.Jp: .... .. ... ....St. Lucie............ { 91i.. : _..
, appeared: The next time we were at I to Africa asked before he 819a.... .. CIaJp: 257p ..........Fort Pierce........... l'IV.I* _
... the church her face was wreathed In It was the common duty of the servant started, that his epitaph if he should ....- .... etvp .... ....*......... .Ede.u. ............. ....
to perform this duty but as a ...... .,.... 653"... ....;.;.........Jen.eu..........,... 10D .... f
k.' smiles and while we were talking! of special honor the host world sometimes ; fall, might be: "Let a thousand die before .. .. oap .. ........... Stuart ........... ". 95ra1... ...
: ., the assurance that Christians have the do It. Their! it Is one of the requirements Africa be given up" Within ayeat' ...... .Ira'7tap .. ...........'Hobehonad.......__ S=, .....*
, .. 7 ... Wellt JnJfw ..... e ...
Daily ftp
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glow of her countenance was an Inspiration he filled an African
'! of,hospitality to offer! wat- grave. 6&aKisu 82Sp ....Ar..W. Palmteach........ a&alOlVSxm......; 13 ""
'fi'. throughout the entire service er to your guests so that they may We all should have that same self- MEDIUM 6 tea 9 3.a 845p 505p T..........Palm beach Imu........ a'"wI .., ......W... i
i r. That Incident is Illustrative of the wash their feet; they wore sancLils. ,sacrificing spirit TJiose who think S Wa II 40 850i SlOp ........ Royal Poinlbna ....... 8 1O lag e.9 ,..... Lop
ClUa 950a| UL>plOlOa Slip ....... .West Yam each.. A r 8 Wt' 800 .... YLp
! great Christian endeavor army; having and the aceunn3atoa! of the dust they cannot help in the foreign fields 'f', ...... 112'Jp.. .............Bovnton.............L 7a; ant ...... ..... r
!t. r been taken out of Nature's darkness made frequent wa'h'ng necessary, and light from the .... 101-a, 9 jrf .... .............. Deray.: _....... ..r....] Iii' ...... ._.
entering a home, the custom Is I may get some following ,... ", .,11u1OLp.. ..........Fort Laoiierdala........ 8tLr1.. 414; ......
ft' and transplanted into the marvelous !. upon quotation: "Missions: are In many ways .",.:',. .... 1137alDAj:}] ...... ..._._..Lemon Uiy.......... tea.... .108.........a.
wash the feet have them washed. '
to or 8 ICa llto'll t1J'12OpAr.... .._...tliami. .. ... Lv 5a 75&Ian ... ...
f' light of the Son of God. They are'cow "Then cometh He to Simon Peter like worldly business.! We ourselves

. "a help to others and are assisting to and Peter saith unto Him Lord, dost can become active partners in the matter BETWEEN NEW SMYUXA D ORAMiB CITY JUXTTIOX.Ko. .
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; J" I disperse! the darkness by letting the thou wash my feet?" : by going as missionaries. We can 3 No 1- feTATIOXd.. fcfcBeJp :HI...!

i." light shine through their lives. Invest in the stock of the concern by Of Any S .LT........ -. .........New .:m rns.. ... 7 ...........Ar'fTSi "'Ip
' No doubt all the others were ,4:15I: ; 2'ia\\ .........................'Inks Helen! .................. ...... .LrWI.... a Yip
.. The whole world was lost in theJ' ashamed that they had not offered to giving our money to missions. We lip \ ., ..... ............... Ornuco CStr95ua'Ar. ........................ to 'IUWa i
,!. '. darkness of sin. but the darkness is do it and felt like objrctinir, but im- can get customers fer it, talking it up 4&m .......... .. .. ...OraneCl.y.1un..tiOll.; .................. ,I" Y'p
: pulsive Peter could not restrain his AU trains between New Smyrna and Orange Qty Jame-ion DaCy e .'J8I't a aad.y.?
/ is talk
dispersed as men let Jesus come in, and to others; that we can missionsat

in every part of the world to-day the feelings, and cried" out, "Dost thou every opportunity" Key West Havana and Nassau. .
": wash my feet? ,
the
message Is being sent out that true
"Jesus answered and said unto him
e llghfhas come. JUNIOR LEAGUE:: TOPICS. EEYTVE:$;>T. The steamship"tSty of Key Wes'"of the Florida K-m Oxwt I5" n
.What I do thou knowest not now; but Company leaver Miami for Key W"-iiO'1 lbs UTJ. \Va li,;Hr as I Vihn aJsur afnijH iuf ;
'I" The Gentiles have accepted Urn and then shalt know hereafter." WEEKLY PAPER: train from Jai-ks nvi le. about 11.-00 p. m.arriving at Kwy West next day min. .

are helping to* hold him up to the Jews "Peter saith unto Him. Thou shalt Jesus was at Car.a of Galilee; a town rivins.Leave Miami Key next West morainz 2ao p.it m.time standard( to connect time)with on l'aei'iays north bound, Thoralaj iraio.HAVAKA. aikl batordaTi.loP 3'

He is the way as well as the life and never wash my feet Jesus answered west of the sea of Galilee' a few miles

. mankind enter the pathway him, If I wash thee not thou hast no north of 1i1zlrelCallEd to .distinguish The Stt'&nW p "Li1100n" of the Rorida East O.aef
can
: light; leareb Miami for Havana on EncdEys and edceaiaya after arrival of train from
of light at any time; the gates are open part with me. ft frcm Cana, near Sidon. Hs I a Tiiie,abjut 11 sW p.m.,arriving at tavana at USJO: p.HI. li.jndays ani Thursday
Peloubet ears that Jesus meant that was attending! _a manta"'e wish his Leave Havana Tuesdays and I'liiL'.ys. at lu: ) _. nu i...amlir_n_',_! nm.v.__".>....1..1..._.. _ui*_.
& continually.. Peter must! -t enter Into the spirit of Wednes s and Il'.n.rdays: in time to OIm..eot wth north bland train. '
mother. It is evident that there I
'. .. The spreading of the gospel rays has Christ's sacrifice and humility or he were 1.AS&AU.; Service for the winter bCaII U tt0LU January U, Ujt Propcted(ailUgt MMJOJ1
fonow
more people there than were expected In The u
been constant although at times the Christ
could not do the work of in
Pi some perhaps came who were tot in- "'RO" 311'\311.' X.\\U. '
progress has seemed to be slow. the world which Christ would do ,. .1
"'. The evangelization the Philippines through him. vited. Of course there was not enough : Tuesdays and Fridays: January 10 to Feb Wednesdays And Satoroayt, January 11 .

"Simon Peter saith unto Him Lord, wine. Jesus saw the embarrassment: v s'- rnnry 4. t. February ..
..'.( Will greatly help to usher in the eternal not my feet only, but also my hands and he came up immediately to relieveit M nUj 8. Wednesdays! and Fridays Feb- Tuesday*.I'burs-lavs> and &turdira Ftbrn.
t} j)) morning. The'truth is to be preached ..ry ti to M'reh 31. rusty 7 to A"rill.
ind my head. He saw standing six water pots, Tt e. and Fridays, April 4 to Wednesdays. and
" people ays Saturday April $
all nations and c all are to ta
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was characteristic
This of Peter
truly and ordered the servants to fill them Ap,t* J5. Jrii :3J.
.+;, have the Gospel presented to them and ; hi first objected to any. but when with water then waving hs: hand over tiearers depart ti-oa annuli and Xaaaua a: iiai p.m. of laa.1verf1 ,.Ld aMtIaf at
F' with the glow of the light of righteousness he saw he must obey his impulsiveness TATE Of FLORIDA. 3tiuinMi next morn ll*.
the water, immediately it became wine.
ness and truth in this.dark part of the, caused him to ask greater things "Thou hast kept the good wine until Corxt-ctioEK iraJiat: Nas.3u.with, Ward. Line Steamer. to and fromCienfnecc8Ccbaoncertaiat.ae9. tIaaIIato sad

: world much of the darkness can be Df the Lord. ---
I "
: missions have much "Jesus saith to him, He that is :low. Beautiful miraqle! Tht Time Tables shOT the ttne.ab:" s traln..o.1. boats-_ be of ped.5Maertve.wi
! .. overcome Modern washed needeth not save to wa :, ': to do with the shining of the light in fated is not Kcratieecl,nor doe taw Cumpany hold t.oat lespuoabl*. tar any (W.j vr aarccziK
feet but to clean every whit and, ye who should write the best essay about :enix'S arj'sin/ thttreft>"l.
'4 the dark places. Are we as individuals are clean. but not all For He knew the miracle: of Cana. Long manuscripts s e e s s e s s 4 s our copy of kja ttuecard call at::3 West Bay Street Jaetwaville,or adttnt.J .

, i'. s doing our part to lift Christ up as the who would betray Him, therefore said were r-esented but the poet .P. B:CSN11H' ,Tram.:M3uaer. St .,. ,.,vtife. J. U CAHSSa, A.e. P. A.

t Light of the world? The nations and He Ye are not all clean. Ye call me won the prize by just one lice discript- ,1

.. kingdoms that will not serve our God Master and Lord and ye say well for ive of the miracle "The unconscious 1

'! shall perish! Are we'doing all in our so I am. If I then, your Lord and water saw Its Cod and blushed." n -

: !.t power to prevent them from being utterly Master ,have washed your'feet ye al- i In this the first miracle
We learn o! j
' wasted? Do we "rise and shine" so ought to wash one another's feet Advertising Ocean Steamship Comps"SAIANNAH
1 Christ-that he has We
> r I For 1 have given you an example and sympathy. _
E_), so that they can tee the Light has ye should do as I have done to you.. !learn, further that He his so Impa- .: .

come? tience with festal joy. The children LINE. ,

Make the )1".& of 1..nett of God have more right to laugh than

I H. I'.rlng Pcaee. if belongs: to the very essence of any other people, and to clap their Rate Sheet 'Florida _

How much might be said just now Christian duty that we should make hands more loudly. Jesus comes to .

with especial pertinence about Christ's the most of ouselves that 'we shouldlevelop'all us in the hour of our extremity. Some To New Yorkfr And Boston.A .

r influence regarding war: He is the our powers and know as day there will be another wedding to

Prince of Peace: "The mountains shall much of this mysterious life that we which Jesus has invited us. Sou Short Rail Ride to Savannah, Thenre
ire living of Its i.tws: an 1 methods and
bring peace to the peoples and the lit- know the Bible says that the church :
R. tales, as is possible. We.are put into A Short Sga Voyage.Sailing
.... :tie *ais in righteousness. Whether this world not that we m:1] stray is the Lamb's wife and the "Lord will ; Will be Sent on Ap #

i men regard the Czar's proposal as sincere jarelessly along its naths for a few come after awhile to take her home. from Savannah: \

", and practicable or not. yet the roars, but that we may kmw It and here will Le gemiag! of torches !c C 5 .Ships Each Week 5 --d

I chord of sympathy and longing set vibrating I hat we may so .use it :tnt v-v t.lir.11loi'jctstrate the sky the trumpets of God will fill

4 by the angel's cradle-song at cur superiorly ta It. and the air with their music." Jesus will "' '"

Bethlehem responds to it Peace will iot time to dNwns our ne of iil .it- stretch out His hand and the church plication. .... .. All ticket agents and hotels ;supplied; with sailing scbeiln'es. w.
for other world-some other
come. "Abundance of peace so long aa Jess mansion some in God's great house. robed in white will put aside her veil, ',' -* *' eral information, !sailing schedules, stateroom res>>rv"tJoD, or call ot .._ *

the moon "dureth.Rev.. E. C. Ray. and look up into the face of her King t! : ;;;.,.- <'. : E. H. HINTON, Traffic Manager, WALTER HAWKINS; Fin. PM Afl.,

The "on:; or the Heart. and Lord. The bridegroom will say. '
Savannah, Ga !
Jacksoi.vi. Fla
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Sonl-IInaUn. "Psalms and hymns and spiritual Thou hast been faithful all these years; '' -- "
C 14-!< ultra or ,: ': J
the mansion is ready. There will be :: : ::' '-; -
wngs": are not rightly; rendered unless
Men will invest millions to get gold ,
the heart as well as the voice sings.It wine enough at that wedding; not coning ;.
out of the heart of a mountain if you Indian River "
Nurseries
to have
nrv
convince is a thing a glorious up from poisoned vats of earth
only : them it is there.
can should also
coke( but it be
a consecrated put:: the vineyards of God will press
Surely when we can see a tithe of the voice. They are unfortunate their ripest cluster, and the cup will Budded Citrus Trees of every variety 01 Soar Orange and Leinon Stock; .1ItI! rfuYi

a possibilities that: Christ saw in the who): cannot vocally sing, but they are line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees soiled to this keftio >, .0
the brim with
the
heart of the most of sinful men weshall lot denied the privilege of ht'art.nusit' blush a heavenly eluding Budded Mangoes, SO Varieties of Cr.tons 15 Varit ties o1
be more eager to redeem it than" The song of the heart is the vintage. And all who partake will I 100 98 Palms, Roses Strawberry Plants 1>Pineapple s. Etc.

. ralse that pleases God the most- cry 'Thou hast t=pt tie good wine
to rescue the richest. treasures of gold. Northern Christian Advocate. until now." JOHN B. BEACH, Proprietor, -:- WEST PALU BEACH, FU. :\
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&- SERMON BY REV. S. D.PAINE -arId.. The treating system Issue of Tluot' U e of Christ., FUN AND FACTS. WHEREWE'WOSUW

... the worst things in the country for the Se.

Written for THB TmoriCAl Scs ,
young men. Get S.-
up an auti-treating *
At the Tf Mt Sid* CoBsrraatlmal Church
society in this town if yon can do nothing We are writing these articles simply to Witty Sayings Interspersed With AD1CtOr7OIt1eL3"
Sunday Sight! April 8th.
wore. It will mitigate the evil call attention to the almost miraculous Business BsrgaIs. aDd Religloil !nbtlllJIP'Hopat -

events that are taking place in our day.
feme. Let all combine to fight the
The subject of the discourse was "The ... .s1i.ZpicoflL ...
traffic Let the prohibitionist. and the They are entirely iecnlar, having to do

Temptations of Young Manhood. ]I high license, and the local option, and only with Ruskin's prediction as to art Et liel-I've had fully dozen offers &n'I.. yjta.JaaU *"l-r-

'Now the days of David drew nigh the Woman's Clristhn Temperance and literature. of marrii2P lately Service: evwy*ltallda .wc....d, -
that he should die and he charged bis a& ..
t1da y8coool s p.
ran Solomon saying 'I go the way of Union ; let the Roman Catholic'and the Two thousand years ago Tacitus, in [ Mand: -Mfix-y. Jt't! Hoc..\ ones! .aorautIWU o. 5?. AJlNftI'Kft.t esca Q. '
WdUSdt7
: all the'earth; be thou strong, therefore Hrbrew-let all kinds of church people his "Life of Nero" related as a trifling i Etb 1-Yt'8. AH from Ueorge.-Tlt IM mania.srom .16d Kn'fourth U t. Ui.gmTDsa.

...- and show thyself a man.' "-I Kings, sink their little insignificant differences incident what Carlyle calls one of the Bits. W... AIIJaIOO.JL. ecmaryI .

j ii, i-a. and all stand shoulder to shoulder and most ternly significant passages ever .
A thousand years and a little over with abolendo Great reduction in Counterpanes all I Holy Trinity Jllutea.I .
march under the total penned. Beginning "Ergo
abstinence banner
sizes and designs SIRKtN'S BAZAAR.Willy .
Bead,
:, before Christ two armies were West fatal
cane. and .e could soon this nttlfar-uSo for the quieting of I I ud7
temptation
: : put Serview will be hU regulady ntrt
drawn up in line of batlle'on two hills. that had fired I tl old .. cOVSl cbiszh.cur.5 I -
iill sway from our young tuen. We don't this rumor" hg : Rome Moneybags w lID ,I tha newEvcraiT Ep
A river ran between them. For forty .... Pahuctia &t'IIdL...vSlLl! .
need it The athlete don't use it as a Nero judicially charged with the crime, the nwanst man I ever knew James Hmdry will MV charge el urn

I i |.. days in succession a gigantic champion strength imparter. We don t need it in and punished with studied severities Milly What has he done? LADIES' GCIU Levis every FrWir a& Ip. \" :.::-
: I of on'of the armies came forth and j in. Maa.ccvI.MkTCAtr.rnnMss. >
bated for their wickedness
'. any shape or form. that class general Willie-Bought for I hid daughter amusical CUD.U.IicCRUq.
" challenged: the other to select one of
, The next temptation i< the tendencyto whom the YUgarca11 Ch=tstians. clock which -
'1 their number to decide the dispute by pa-lor jflayg B. ChBMh. S40t& -
-" .TF1O 'Ui THE make of The originator of that name was one p.
light Christianity. It seemsmanly Home Sweet Home at 10 o'clock.and .... LeafS -:-
personal combat. There was no Que in Saw, SdJonaIIO ... EPWCth
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to some to speak; in teims of disparagement Christ" who in the reign of Tiberius, tiatada" GcMftl PAIn a.elog .
w. evry
! : : ROPJLO131 the army of Israel that felt courageous ofthe Bible and the Christian suffered. death under the procurator Tramp, Tramp. Tramp. at 10:15, p Tbundty evenings at ToI'ta4ift"1rSaChISSb'S tn1ft'....

enough to accept the challenge of the and Johnny GetTourGun atlO:30. meetings FrldayaltrroooiI'ML
Pontius Pilate. The baneful 'sup r. Srpt.ieamd and third SaDday' 01 such,
COLOMTO Church. I am wt ling to surrender .
ADVERTISING ,. tile ....
colossal Philistine.One Jewelers meuthaI1zL.alIdI3P-,".
the Bible and the Church of Christ stition thereby repressed for a time, Weekly. Ins a toot sere will be HId half u b., ....
day there came to the camp a divine smi-. We- fore the
. faced when YOU can give me anything better.I again broke out not only over Judea Boat building done nght at home, in i UU to have regular TIW prant;; eotM'Bt Mkttoiwl. .
A Delightful Party. ruddy young lad bringing provisions want something I have a religions the native sril of that mischief but in the mpst approved manner good work *The Fourth Sunday a .*nric* will .. held at #
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to his brothers who were in the LaBtan at U a: .. JU Hjrpoiam. d' 9- .
the also where from side all manship and at living prices. Call on
nature. I must hare some kind of city every At ,f ..
One of the most charming: social events arm) of IstaeU fie was an expert with look abominable things collect and flourish." Capt A. T. Rose. foJ-to. Po Rev.3. B.W'ALU" rut r.
religion. I aboil me : I see noth.
of the closing season was the Easterpar.y the sling and stone. He had practicedmuch
' : thus far and farther
inK that can take their .. Carlyle says no
plac Lady of the Honse bore who
-r -(to .
ChoMh.Kev.
Miss his and Congregation
given by Edith Louise Swift, in shepherd life was at most'ijenelrating
could the wisest :
For tbe first time I visit a city like a > generIc calls just as she is about togo 8. D. P 41111. Fat.w.Sensatllm.awtTOOP. .
- at EJ ewood. her beautiful Lake Worth home with that kind of a weapon. Nf of that into the moat
mind period
see
New York or Chicago. I have heard m. Rua47
-_ i borne, Monday, April third. The invitations lid g that there was a vulnerable spot that intellectual_ anda important event that has occurred or ; shopping) Wont voi let me ring Mbo and Pintort Bible CIat: 10 .. m.CbrMlaa .
a man, a
:;:; r set the hour for 3 o'clock, and in the armor of the Philistine, David very getiial man very, and a admirable, can occur in the annals of mankind. for a little refreshment for yon? MeettugWediw.dyatTp Endeavor u 6 SO B. p. a. I'n1tI'

' ,I shortly' after this the litte: guests. clad accepted the challenge: and went forth man in some things hs been very lecturing Quo Yadis that turned a searchlighton Bore- think I'll take little something

: in festive altire and .accompanied by to the combat.: He aimed for the fore- against the Bible and Christianity. I this affair of Nero and the Christians, just before I go.Lady St. Ann's CetbolU Cbar.hw

\ their mamas, who as a special favor t! ty head, sank the smooth stone in, and is proof that Christ is entering of the House-Oh. then do Befrinnlgg with Bandar.J *ry ftta.. tkM .
one
ask what be has done. Hit must have : ...illltl! Holr MM .ad t ScraxHi...* Madjyt
. f. alb.ed to come began to arrive. Miss slew the giant and carried the head to some fruits of his work of literature. have: it now.-London Punch. IOoclockLm. hAtta7 gcbool at a*. ..,

. l Edith, assisted by her friends, received King Saul at Jerusalem.! many years. and Vesper nervlre at 7 JW p. m.
Where are the hospitals, the colleges, From time to time historians, divines Oa week tttya Uant wilt be at T a.f.fl .
!- the guests on the south verandahwhere, : "Whose son art tlou, young man?" have exhausted the force of E. F. Haines has arrived and wilt be -
essayists
the schools, the orphan asylums the fcind at Weybrecht's Machine Shop,
; I various games were enjojed until the inquired Saul. homes for little children neglected by rhetoric in denouncing these atrocities, and will do all kinds of repairing-Guns, Jlv.D1J1g .,..1104,., *." ."

: r_ main feature of the entertainment, "I am the son of Jesse," proudly their parents? I cannot fiud a single but when the time was ripe genius Pistols, Bicycles Locks and any kindof Knights et Pythias

I- which took place on the lawn, was an. replied the lad. their on the general iron work. Chair wheels for sale. Meet em, 'I Ida, NI.1JtlU..ctoct.....
institution of learning, a hospital, a stamped impression ard tiaie. Vistiat bn =* !& nounced. Thi was! very unique and This was the introduction of David to home for the friendless or a single consciousness as genius only can. Fused II-3-tf. Cmat'e Hull over f bllr Kchoo loildiVf

t',:, _Interesting_ and consisted of an intricate Saul. In time David became King of '. .. soup- ...\.:._ L.e 1._ __ :" .1..n.... ...u.. .', S.1tiliKe .5 .._____ _.. ._._ _..Cro._ .. ABAJts.CC. .. .
t" n ---g- : kitChen be has established in any city [ IK WUUC 11COI uj t>aw5 iuivuj.uglowiig M to lOOK over some ot your L. 1'. nuiw. I7 .
; t network of string much resembling Israel. He found that even a royal
remembrances
the
I find the followers personality, -
t or town. : of Christ collars said the young man in thehaberdasher's.
:; cob webrnnning, horn numberless chairs throne was not exempt from trouble.He have done all this.I cf these horrors circulated round'the '

i which dotted the beautiful lawn around had enemies external and internal. world as veins of living fire. It was not 4 Advertising...
find too, that friend Col. '
. t' trees and through bushes buck t6 the The worst trouble that came to the my Inger- that these sufferings should "Ob then, yon want to pee some >1
soIl bad permitted A certain to advertise
a good Presbyterian father and man once began
-
! Chairs cio&sing an.l re-crossing in a monarch was the rebellion of his own twice-told tale and of the low ttyleb? "replied the dealer.
wint to a good Christian college and become tedious as a and advertised regularly for fv* '..
; most mysterious manner quite bewildering son. It was a pathetic scene when the from -Yonkers Statesman.
got the education in that Christian home human genius: gathered them up days. At the end of fhediysbccae* '
to the jutenile mind. Each tiny royal father sat by the gate waiting for ;
: 5 the dust of oblivion and commanded for '
and in that Christian college which enabled P. K. in all colors-fine qaaltlv-at to the conclusion thai advenlatof docsa'tpay.
given an end ..t hiring and a news of the battle. When the courier .j
guest W4S them universal sympathy and recog- low -SIRKIN'S BAZAAR.
sewed
him to attack Christianity I am very prices. simply because he had not
tick and told I* wind-and the fun ame bringing the tidings of the battle nition.In 1
ready with the Colonel or else from his advertising the probable results
anyone
: began that was to decide whether he was to be the most atheistic city in the world Millicent-What was the result of 1
to surrender my Christianity when they he had epected.. I II
and and with king or a fugitive from home and their both their in .
crown, wanting
,, Tremblingly eagerly, will give me something better.It there are now being published at a cost own way I This merchant bad an idea that simply
remarkable patience,' the little ones he enquired first of all whether Aosalom hundred each onehuodred everything?
don't take much intelligence to pull of five copies to advertise was the whole Iblag. U :

. sought their goal flitting here and fluttering his son, was safe. When the news came down.. I saw the Yendome Column in of the life of Him .whom Tacitus calls Pauline They neither of them had advertising was any good at alt otsght 1 1to

there ; loitering here to undo aIna'rl that the throne was safe, but his son "one Christ. their own in anything.-Criter. adver. 1
Paris lying on the ground. The communists : nay do everything; lie put the
and dartirg there around sush killed he wept bitter tears. and exclaimed -. is out of line with
Their ongic so .
bad put a rope about it and ion. tist ments in the paper. The advertise ,
and to what the end "Oh that I had died for thee,
tree eager see that it recalls in
pulled! it down in a little time ; it had ordinary occurrenc ments were good enough la their way,
be one-not of the son Absalom. No need sending away from home for
-4 might reminding my the visions of
this nineteenth century
taken a long time to build it. Any man any boats when Capt. A. T. Rose can but he expected theft advertisements 10 ii
Birdies' Ball but the Babies' Ball. At David has lived a chequered life. He Paul.
of
; of Arc and the conversion
can burn the Louvre or the British Mu. Joan build you one as fine or as cheap as you do everything.
last the sticks wete filled and every is nearly seventy years of age! ; the hour Wrested from his chosen vocation as a want. See him. and place order. answered bit
: st-urn or tear the pictures of Raphael in your Quite a number of people
,.wound and each pair of little has come when he must go the way of .j
string was pieces but he cannot put them back. painter of frivolity and fashion by a advertisements, but be said he had Dot '1

t hands held Joxingly a tiny basket containing all the earth. Out of all the countless Yon can tear down the Christian edifice, vision, a modern artist has sue eeded in She-do you remember bow yon received results .that would justify bid ito

dear little colored eggs that millions that hath lived on this globe. but you cannot erect it as easily. doing what for hundreds of years hun Raid when you were courting me, continue.. I fouad oa questkabf

"didu't have to be cooked before all have died with the exception of to do. that if I would I would
yon The mother of Hume the English dreds have been endeavoring By marry yon him about the matter that be hat the f

ate thttr-," which was presided over by Enoch and Elijah. V.'e may differ on skeptic said, as she was about to die, the power of paint and pencil he has have nothing to do all my days hot following complaint to malt: Ht dil -

either a family of downy yellow chicks many things but we are all agreed onthiwe "My son, you have led me to give up endeavored to present to the world the sit around and look pretty. And not sell enough of the goods to Bukt ..

I or beantilnl gray rabbits. must die. There is no exemp my Bible and my hope in Christ ; what truth, the whole truth ana nothing but how different it in now. back in profit the whole cost of the Int .

But the end was cot yet Before the the truth of Christ's life on earth. "
lion.David have you to give your old mother, now He-Well. ain't my fault if you advertisement Be wa footish toespect

delight and' admiration bad ceased a gave some good advice to bisSOD she is dying, in the place ?" Don't give Of the Christ that RuSkin beheld cnn't look pretty anymore.-Indianapolis this because I doni beli.-ve the, first .j

dear old(1)( ) gentleman who lives with Solomon, and told him to be strong up your religion until yon get something cleaving skies and transfiguring mountains Journal. advertisement ever pays anyone to that -,

Miss Edith and who has never quite and show himself a man. It is a grand better. Art has before the century's close extent : it is only by continuous advertising j

become reconciled to having grown op, thing to be a man in the highest and The next temptation is the undue given to the world a grand a consecutive Nobbywhiteshirtwaistsiu P K. Ltwn that the cost and additional profit'

stationed himself with a mysterions best of that word. and Dimities-SIRKIN'S BAZAAR.
sense Wbeu Jerusalem and graphic life.
S haste to be rich. Money is all right if come back to the.lyertiler.-New York
basket at the end of a long rug which was full of men in the days of Jere. One says of it, "The most wonderful .
it
yon can get honestly. Don't sacrifice $25.00 Reward Enquirer.
_
bad bten placed on the lawn, and an. miah God said the .-- -
to the prophet, "Go manhood for gold. Don't gamble ; don't feature of these pictures is stupendous .-

oonured a free-for-all scramble for col. through the streets of the city and see if defraud. Keep: a clear conscience.Be impression they create. The feeling For a pocketbook, lost between the New Section Opening Up.

omltpxs. And the eggs were "scram. you can find a man." Theie had been of excitement increases as I go on New Seminole Hotel and the postoffice. -I.
the laws
strong phyMca'ly Obey
bled," causing nrany tumbles and much no devastating war, no great epidemicto of health-they are God's laws. Be until it becomes absolutely overwhelm'inn. Leave it at the Hotel office. W. L. Widmeyer, of Neptune, return
weeks visit thetrading
am us*went.Then sweep off the men, but real mes were Mtiwi'g donna ;.nt..t1..t..l1....vf'vvbiiaiiy.. 1).t***,...., ,.\01......,.., ] ." Monday u from a two. .. to.

in another part of the spacious scarce in that day. They are scarce meditate; read good literature. Be Another "The soul of the beholder! is I I' Cost of Building Material. himself post owned Okeechobee by Henry broom Indian
and out at
founds, dainty refreshments were today. Diogenetf, the cynical philosopher strong morally. Say "No" time moved away through space and timeto .
every miles
svmd, sherbet aid cake-so dear to was seen going through the mingle with the multitude whose lot Camp,some twenty west of Jupiter
Dade
to wrong. Be strong spiritually. Take In County, below Palm Beach Und owned several
tie biM.he'lt-and such cake and streets of Athens in midday cam ing a Christ for your model. it was to see the events of the earthly such lumber as is usually used in bUild. The splendid by
residents b that Is '_
then the cunning little feathered cocks lantern. Someone asked him what he career of that remarkable ,dan whose Neptune out tidnity
Call the roll of the centuries and you I ing a cottage/ carloads of 6,000 or bound valuable for citrus fruit
to .
each and which wasp was looking for. "I am searching for words have enchanted the world whose prove
that wt at plate a will find some grand intellects that were i. 8,000 feet, worost about $13.50 per from
theirs "to ketp," just made the cup of man'ie said. Athens was full of warriors not ashamed of Chril'tianity-amoug life and death havs entered as the chief M. Small quantities would cost about as it has splendid water protection
cold winds and is fertile be.
happiness run over; but bJ this time philosophers, painters, orators th m Locke, Bacon, 'Ne\\'ton. Milton, factor in the hopes, the fears and struggles $i6perM others, as as land can il, that

who attending her first awl statesmen,but real men'were of mankind whose personality is Among improving
Baby Smith was scarce. ;
I Washington. Webster, Sir Walter Scott, Shingl from $2 to $3 per M., de section is P. ii!. Plait, who set out five
patty began to lie sleepy, and after one I We want men ; men like Elijah. who Gladstone, Havelock, ard ,nviny others more dominant two thousand years after pending on quality. in about months

or two games of Lend-n Bridge in which.I can stand, alone and defy a king and too numerous to mention. There havebeen the close of his career than during hiseartblyacthity. Lath about $2 per M. acres orange gove two
and since then the have taken
said aid lose his life if need be ." E. IL S. ago trees
all heartily joi good-byes were queen, rather .
intellects Brick
some gigantic that believed about $12 per M. and least two feet of
root put on at new
and twenty-six happy heads and sleepyheads than betray the right We need men in the Old Bible.I -S.-- Lime about $1.35 per bbl. .

home to dream of an Easter like Luther who said if be knew there growthJ.
went was telling my experience in a large Orchard and Garden Owing to the warm climate, it is not A. Bowers planted beans out there

party in Fairy lan4. were as many devils in the way as tiles church in New York City one time and S at all necessary for the comfort of the since the freeze and this week will begin
the of the
.. on tops Louses be would go referred to the fact that when I left For bark lice scrape and whitewashthe average settler to have a house 1 'thed Ed Miller U also raising .
shipping. produce
to the Diet at Worms and def
.; t1 n's Musings. kingly home to come to this country my mother trees. and plastered at least if he hat not
A Harried and in successfully a nearby tract. 1
,-.I..- priestly tyranny Europe. Men out a Bible in the top of m* trunk and 'Put coal ashes around the currant ample means to do so. Oue of the desirable tracts of(and at
need who
;. we cannot be bought or ,sold. asked me to read it. I neglected it for Good be had at from
carpenters can "
% A woman believes "all men are liarsi"except I to bushes. Okeechobee is that owned by Capt G.

the one who tells her that she'sprdty. tions am that speak beset tonight young on manhood.the tnnp'a-!In some time. last I kept my promise. Fruit plants require attention as muchas 1.50 to*$2.25 per day in thi j vicinity W. Herring who has four acres of clear'

At the close of the meeting a young The cost of a two room cottage, not .
other ed land and will make considerable improvements
the first place let .. in crops. i
.e we are
say a man, an Irishman, came forward and lathed and plastered inside but with a later

Two fools with but a single thoi'ght"are trial world ;'wby it is so I don*; know. said : "I am just from California. I am Do the shortening back and pruning partition made of ceiling and a small .

married. We afe a'l on trial or Thereis the fruit trees before the buds
the kind that get probation. broke. mong
just I have spent all my money and front porch, should be about $140. If

Thoughtful pecple know better. no escape. Goodness is no bar to have not enough, le't for a night's lodg. begin to.start to develop.If the settler should do a large amount of FOR THE SESSION. .1

No wife was ever such a believer in tnal. The incarnate Son of God was ing. I am a graduate of Trinity Collegein not done before, the necessary the 'we rk himself of course the cost

women's rights as to insist on going tried. We cannot nm away from it. Dublin. My mother put a Bible in pruning of the grapevine should be done would be correspondingly less. In .;J

downstairs first to tackle a burglar.A We meet* temptation in the country! as my trunk and I have not read it. I will now at the first oppor.nnity. building! these houses it is not usual to The Taliar\&Meea l \ 26 Weeks .J
well u in the The is
doesn't mind so much city. city no in the future, God helping me." Some Set out standard varieties that thrive use brick piers but ,the house can be
woman Adam and 1
Eve fell
husbandvhotalksin hisMeep worse. Dot in the months after I received a letter with the well in your section but do not try too set on "light-wood" blocvs. which will ror.50ctht3.

havings city, but in paradise. Christ met Satan Dublin postmark on it. It was from the many varieties of fruit, especially new last as long as the house. Of course it 4
if he *ill only talk distinctly enough. and tried in .
not but
; was Jerusal m, in
young Irishman. He had arrived home, ones. is understood that no cellars are used Beginning with the issue for 6th
that Eve didn'teven April ,
wemmmbtr
When the wilderness. Don't think
-: can
you r-btaintd a good situation and was a emulsion of of kerosene under booses in Florida. Instead of and .*
for SIX
An one quart continuing MONTHS (ending \
Easier bonnet was, is
know what an flee. It not the devil you need fear,
member of a Christian church ic five of is using brick for a chimney, it is usnal to with the issue for
reflect that Adam wasn't much gallons strong soapsuds one October 5th), The
) it's sa.l to as as yourself.We
a True reliion never made terra-cotta flues which be had *
can
any manor buy ,
r for
of what he was having. of the best remedies caterpillars on ,. TALLAHASSEEAN b sent to any .
aware a snap expose everything that we value woman worse. If you ever found a man apple trees. M a cost of about 50 cents per: foot. address for only FIFTY CENTS 1

Jacksonville Metropolis to trial. We try the budge that the or woman male worse by religion please In this manner it is not to I
., necessary This period will the entire .. .
n Tii "coMinv_ nut. trpp.... dir_ the. hole broad_ cover sea.sion
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--- locomouve passes ovei. we try 'be inform me You cannot say that of in- ? .0 employ a bricklayer for piers or chim- of the and
enough to stretch the roots to their full Legislature the issues following
cannon before we take it into battle. ,
fidelity .
or irreligion.A .
Three to One. length and a little deeper than the tree ney.A the adjournment In which all the
I / We try our swords-our Wedon't
guns. small four-room cottage with
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--
I
-a.
is to be set. laws of a public natnre will be published
'' said the candidate toT trust anything until it has been ceiling partitions, should cost about
'My Wt leg, Florida issue
Frost Proof Farm. Every during the sessioa will
I sheriff "was shot off in the civil war, tried, and God uts us to trial to see if -...-- \\'heenver the soil can be worked intoa l J275. In building larger houses of more contain a Complete Abstract of the, .
condition Legislative
stand the ordeaL suitable plant the onion. sow
friends the bones of that we can the for
and to-day tny A Florida man is said to be making than one story cost carpenterwork Proceedings.
in the valleys of Vir- The first great temptation that some lettuce. radishes spinach peas and in would be about
leg are bleaching confronts : arrangements for a frost-proof farm. He I building f 14 Members of the Legislature
can save
and few cab-
bard beets
ginia. What can my opponent say to the young man in life is the sa-i has a low lying tract of 200 acres. originally the early } roots. a per M. on the amount of lumber used much time trouble and annoyance by

: that? 1 pause for a reply. loon. The evils growing out of the under water which will be reclaimed bage seeds. I for an unplastered cottage and abouti8 forwording AT ones their list of namesof

:, Ml ran say lots to that fellow citizens. -; saloon are worse than all others put with ditches, !a ljrge canal dam Potash fertilizers decidedly improvethe | per M. for a plain two-story cottage, pei sons to whom they wish the TAL-

I "o r ." said the rival candidate as he together. Gladstone said they were and locks. When a cold wave is ad- quality of fruits. Whenever the plastered-this to include labor of shin. LAHASSEEAN forwarded during the

"Amounted' the Mump. "I ha.l the rheu-: wuse than war, worse thai famine, vancing the farm will be flooded being percentage of the clement lus been raised gling.A session. They will be filed and the

"matism wbenlhi war broke out, but I worse than all diseases put together.It put as far uiu'er water as seems neces the change is accompanied by an increase neat x-room. lathed and plastered'and papers sent without further trouble.

hired three m"en to gi> and fight for me. costs more than the religion, the education sary. The ingenious! originator of this of sugar and a decrease of acid.- [ painted one-story cottage would cost Send with jour list so*cents for each

Each Ulan of them had his right leg shot the fool hill, the clothing bill scheme is confident that he can Jacksonville Metropolis. about; $750.
put be
subscription to
any sent the
only <<
during
off. an.1 today'es,,today-the bones oftbu.e We speak" of the cost of religion and crop entirely out of danger in this --e- The cost of lumber delivered in Bre- session. For all
waj. wish
tight legs-and not one of education all told not much over a I The vard the line of yon sent duringthe
three along
of County road
experience some of our friends A splendid violin, fifteen years in use time the laws will. i
I run, sen cents
{ them was asbowlegge; lot myfriend is- hundred millions a year ; the liquor bill who were flooded last year would not in first-class condition, can be boughtfor would be about 50 cents per M. less for each name. 50

on the pl'ins of Ten. over ten hundred millions a year in this I than the
aching be
prices given above. The
i S are entirely reassuring) as to the successof $25.00. Instrument guaranteed. Address THB TALLAUASSBAX. Taj.
CcuiWution. the foremost Christian nation of
the
I s jSeC.-AU"J1tA thin.plan.-Rural New Yorker. Address "Violincare TRoricii. SVN.jffiFjfeg.tr Homeseeker. lahareee, Fla."p .

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