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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 20, 1899
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
lccn - sn 83025639
System ID: UF00075915:00560
 Related Items
Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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'. .' miles at a stretch. Tom. left for Titus- wonder he is wearing such a broads
PERSONAL. << THE
i ,. PURELY yule Monday. ___ j jCapt LIVELY LOCAL LINKS.What COUNTY TIDINGS lile.I HERE AND THERE. .

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A. Tl Rose made business Me I I Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Dimick of Palm Lii

<. People u They Come and Go-People Miami Monday, a tripto the Heard in The A Budget of Interesting Items. From Beach, spent Monday and Tuesday as Scraps of New About TbU tad TfetadDiffercatTbLasi.

Lit You, May or May Not Know. '10 Lively Local Whirligig. Regular Correspondents. I'I the guests of W, H. Wilkison. .

I A party of six of our well known citi .., .,_. ._.
F ,. -:- I I I J. W. Smith has gone over to his two. 3, --...
zens enjoyed a trip up to the Jupiter
A Milan of Personal lumt-YUItori A Mirror of Minor Happenings, 'Accidents Very Carefully Compiled and Confined to tint acre tomato farm, out near his hog Newsy Iowa fed itens at lalmtiU .
v River the first of the
,y'' the City and .Cltlxeas YUKInr week orange groves Coming Events, and a r*Which' U of Most Interest to tile ranch, to pick and ship this week. Everybody General aid Nobody .
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Out of the City Galaxy of Current Gossip. x" ClttKM of....Dade County Capt, John P. D'rake. proprietor of la rartlcalar. <

Carl Zapf left this morning for a trip .. .. "The Winter Garden ,
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.. < ifrlo W V. Rushing, of Neptune. is North, and will probably visit Germany' F, 0. Williams is having his home on UAXGOSIA UUTTERISGS., palm this year in having the best garden The Ladies' Reading Club U to U reorganized >

"? visiting friends in town. before returning to West Palm Beach Datura street dressed out in a coat of in Hypolnxo, also in quality of fruit this afternoon after it* *8*.

; next Fall new'paint Plenty of rain andverything growing he is shipping. His fruit runs from 6. pension of a few swaths.
G. C, Matthams returned Friday from o c' 'I'I
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is 'to roe to the crate. John knows when .
The "Mary B" on the.Lake Worth
m flying business trip to Nassau t Alderman John B. Beach is wearingthe Tne new schecnle of the F'E. C. Ry..'.wayl having a gasoline engine, put in toruOsh he has got a good thing so he shipping L. R. Decker has been awardedthe

is Miami happiest c kind of a paternal smile as now in effect appears on page out from contract for Dick Quay's sew
; Fraak C. Gardner up from, auxiliary power. ten to forty crates daily whichare .
today over the arrival at his home of a of this house
paper. at St. Lode. The building will
on a visit of ten days or two weeks. seviu \ J iss Annis Glenn, of West Palm netting him from $g to $9 per crate. .
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--uncing baby boy, cost over'7,500 and work will be commenced ':
E. H. Dimick and family are enjoying The pay train ,of the F. & C M was a guest at J. H. Dick's a day, One of the most abominable nuisances: \ right away.
from -
Marion
Cross, a recent comer
t S :weck'. cruise down the Lake in the made another trip down the line Y\soothe fore part of the week.<<: the tomato growers have to put up withis

' yacht "Billow." Iowa, has purhased the Lain art house teiday morning. : ../. (Geo. W. Sears was from Little the 3 per cent local agent, who in The inclement weather of Saaday '

and lot lying between the Whidden. and -. -" up most cases never drams a minute nor night was the occasion of 09 soviet.

... TraeflinSolicitoT1 Capt A.W, Bnie,, Burkhardl dwellings un Fern street. A taffy pull was the social event \4: River l'ooking'after his old place here gives out a stencil:for the Louse he is the Episcopal church at this place.

'; of the F, E. C. Ry., was in town a few Jut week among the young people, the Tuesday, going back to town that same Rev. S. D. Paine
d.yslast week. The west store room of the Masonic night representing, only taking time,to writeat preached u usual at
lawn of Capt J. R. Anthony being the
the end of the for the Congregational Church.
building is being fitted up for the occu season the 3 percent
scene of the fun and frolics F. A. Rowley and J. Tom Ernest came I 1
W, G. Derry went. down to Forty pancy of Ben H. Das jr, of Neptune as from attend Some go sa far as to try to repre- I Nelson Daniel died at Jacksonville
to the school
JLauderdale first 'of the week vo a' a dry goods, notions and hardware store. H. M. Flagler's special train passed DP Boynton I sent from three to twenty-four different 'last Thursday after reaching the re* J "I
picnic and left again for there
as soon
prospecting trig' through here Saturday morning just louses-- often three houses in the
very markable of ,
George Bell and of Indian age 115 yearn lie was "
,. family, as they got dried out and warmed upTuesday
ahead of the regular train same city. Growers or at least the most
sT ,PJBi; Everett moves next week into River are coming to make their home I passenger morning.A originally front South Carolina B* .ilI 1
The officers of the F, E. C. Ry. were all of them, are getting sick of this kind of leaves
Greeen: Lawn Cottage, their recently- iu this town for the summer, at least. aboard. farewell in honor of Miss a wife and sixteen childrta ttt
party business, and the time isn't far offorat mourn his departure
purchased home. They will occupy one the Beach cotta. t
Muth Rickards, the school teacher was least it is
hoped for by most of then
Olive A new howe is to"1 be: built at once on The Ontario
ou It reeLIsadore Acelyline Gas Mfg. Co.
gee
Attorney w;;I. Metcalf returned Mom- given at )H. Sanders' one night last -that 3 per cent agents will be a thingof ,
the lot at the corner of Fern and Olive E. F. Haines
day night ftom a legal trip to Brevard Cohen one of Miami's well week. A large attendance and a good the past manager, baa anted apart

County where he tried cales Monday. known drygocds merchants, has been in Streets. It Hill by. similar in size and time are to be reported a-usual ..*. o> the Livingston block, on Baa,..
design to the one just being finishedon street They already bate wdtr to fill
since and will
,,Mrs..J,E. Mosel of Ku l immeewas, town Tuesday probably Evernia Street, Capt. W. H. Sanders' old steamer done to Key West. for their machines u soon u their plant
the of the week here this S
the guest of Mrs,L A, Wiilson for several enjoy rest at Eclipse that was burned nearly to thewater's and equipment arrives. t
delightful summer resort. Although there is to be no preaching W. -I. Metcalf, Esq., was elected a
last week returning Monday. edge not has been
days long ago
at the Congregational Church next delegate from the Congregational Churchof April 26th is the date of the eightieth
Mrs. N S. Burnham arrived from H. Sanders and H. Dick
rebuilt
t. Mrs. .. man, of the Boston Sunday, the Sunday school in the PlOr by, J. this place to attend the sixteenth anniversary of Odd Fellowship in America F

Store, isep from Miami to look after Gainesville Tuesday night after, .. twoweek's Ing and Christian Endeavor: the 'evei and. has been re-christened' the Phoenix. annual meeting of the General Congregational and the local lodge of tn Order wilt

ber afore interests here for a 'couple of Dr. Burnham'ssisteras absence, having far i accompanied ning will be held as usual. J. P. McConn,and family have left Association.... of, Florida to beheld celebrate the occasion appropriately fad

weeks. ___ as Jackson. their home place on the ridge west of at Key West, April tg*z4. wil: have a supper and entertainment
vine on her North. Dr. N. S. Burnham has purchased
Mrs. E. C Sears came up from Little way E. L Russell's round-bottom cedar skiff Riviera and are living over at the Kirk- Rev. S. D. Paine has been requested for the wives and sweethearts of tea

': River Monday to be at West Palm Beach, United States Senator S. M. Mallory' one of the speediest and trimmest rowing wood place on the East Side while Mr. ud has accepted the invitation to preachthe members. .-

for a week, the guest of her son, Geo.S. passed through this town enroute to Pen- craft on the Lake. The Doctor is havingher McConn does some grove work over Installation Sermon next Sunday The Ladies' Guild have arranged fora

Adams. sacola .on this morning's train. The Here. night, at which time the pastor of the
w ______ overhauled and painted up like new. lawn festival for next Tuesday night
Senator will return to Washington in Capt. M. E. Spencer took the U, S. new Congregational Church at Key to be given on the comer oppositeDimick's 1
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'WIn. Budd Jr is at Boynton getting the about a month to take up the arduous Work on the addition to the Hotel West is to be installed by the Associa-
Inspectors Spencer and Vogel in bis drug store. The ladies hope
new railroad office in shape for business, work of the Industrial Commission of Royal Poinciana was begun this week up '
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to ".: Le U. 'nAft.:! : h t fo r the ........1. likeal
s amen given
A Alan* nag tw patronage"
Auvauaj
when it will fee turned over to Frank which lie is one of the leading members. I and by Tuesday of next week Mr. Carl igui In the fix days' session of this important
.LhtJte mer Denny up in the canal, then their entertain mea s. Irejcream, abeN
Hatch, who is to be agent at that point. Holton, the foreman in charge, hopes to .
The Hotel Hibiscus at Palm, Beach is &? early Wednesday morning as far as body, Dr. Paine has been assigned bet cake and other refreshment will
Osceola from Fort have a full force oi mechanics at work. to take in several
Robert was up to be run this summer for the accommodation his place. part important be in evidence.

Landerdale last Saturday and brought of mechanics engaged in hotel E. H. Dimick expects to keep the departments, among the more prominentof
An impromptu gathering met at lea Dr. Jennings, a dentist who for many
beautiful fawn his assignments.being the
with him a spotted a construction on the East Side. Mr. A. Poiuciana Pharmacy open on the East following :

month old which he soil to Capt. A. T : Farnsworth will bin charge of the house Side through the summer season, iu S. Rowley's place Tuesday night and Friday be is to open the discussion on years past has lived on Indian River
several hours in social amusementsand and whose practice, when he wu located '
Rose. spent the Rev. L. A. Austin "Am 1
Mr. Leon H. Cilley is here uow making view of the large amount of hotel construction paper by ,
some of them left in time to get here was principally among the colored
4 My Brother's ?
for the opening of the and other work about to be Keeper
Judge A. E. Ileyser and family move house arrangements today. carried on there. home before the rain, while others man. Saturday Revs. A. M McDonald andS. population, commuted suicide ia Jack J

up to the Hotel Riviera this week where aged to get wet. D Paine have a d'scnssicj on "The son ylUe last week. The reasn: assigned

the Judge will be able to give his thrifty Major Ben H. Hopkins,of Jacksonvillethe The town park is being improved by and Ethics of Socialism." was said to be the refusal of his wife to
Captains Spencer Vogel inspected
young orange grove all the attention. well known and everywhere popular the construction of a couple of shell Capt. W. H. Sanders' steamer Phoenix Monday night Dr. Paine addressesthe sign papers of sale of property owned by J

t needed Florida passengtr agent of the L- $ N. walks running lengthwise and across it. early Wednesday morniug and found Associat on "Our CenturyWhatof them at Fort Pierce.

k Ry, is on the Lake today distributing leaving beautiful square in the center Outlook .
C. of
Mrs. John H. Hill left for Jacksonville\ : everything in proper shape. The the from its Close for the Harry Clarke Pittsburg, a capitalist -i
hacdsome hangers of a most artistic for the erection some day of a fountainor Christian aud an interesting talker in dia-
has Phoenix will be OptimisU"The
Saturday to join her husband, who ready to run before
design, the get up of general passenger some other oinament.
the Windsor
complete is a lengthy cussing politics at Hotel
accepted a lucrative position with the many days now. program:
A. V. & \V. Ry. that Is building into agent C. P. Atmore. They must be seen Yesterday afternoon the thirteen. on*, covering every day from 9 a. m. to paid his respects to the Australian ballotin '
It is rumored that the canning factory
Jacksonville. to be appreciated. mouths-old child cf Mr. and Mrs. P. A. 8 p. m. for the entire six days' session. this manner: "I am opposed toil, ;
will not be run this season, as it is
I Dr. R. J. Richardson and wife, of Allen was busied in the town cemetery a- because it makes so m.ny1iars. A can

/. J. Chambers, owner, and Alex Niles Mich., and their daughter, Mrs. This is the second boy they have lost, claimed pineapples will be scarce. If didate can get 3,000 pledges for support

Gonde1', pilot, of the yacht Therella were Chas. Lent, and her husband, of Boston anJ they have the heartfelt sympathy of the factory does not run it will not be Epworth League- Program. and not get 300 votes. Several year

S.- in town Saturday last having returned were visitors to Palm Beach recently, all their many friends here in their sad on account of the scarcity, but the high SUNDAY, APRIL 43, '899-3 P. M. ago I lived in Indiana and some of my

t from a cruise up Indian River and, to taking in for the first time the attractions bereavement.Mrs. price of pines, from present prospects Subject-How Christ Makes Use of friends wrnted me to run for the Legislature

New Smyrna and Daytona. of this region. They are travelled Miss Ruth Rickards, having finishedher Common Lives "The Man With the and I consented. I thought I

A. L. Hang'i the last of the week people, but were enthusiastic in their Nancy Gallon, a much respected labor as school teacher in this dis- Pitcher."-Mark; xiv, 12.16- was a good organizer, and I kept all the

into the new cottage next lo G. appreciation of the surpassing, attrac negro woman of this town, dropped' dead tiict Monday, left;uesday night for hr Leader-Miss Gussie Moffatt. names of those who promised to support
motes of heart disease last
Evernia tions and beauties of Lake Worth over night in the street home down at Boca Raton Monday; me, and my book contained 2,001 names
residence on No.
Opening Song, 83.
L. Branning's
in frout of the Clematis Avenue ,Supply; There were only voters ia tile
any resort the ever visited. at the picnic she presented each of her 3,000
of the most attractive Prayer.
street one Store. Her daughter has with her, bubefore scholars with a pretty souvenier card county, so. I considered that I had a

cottages of the several being built by. Judging from some splendid kodak any relief could be had from tl.e in honor and rememberance of the day. Reading and Explanation of LeiSOll- walkover and I quit campaigning.

Mayor Whilldin. photos THE Son man has seen showingup sudden attack the woman was dead.M'or Leader. When the election came off I got lisa
from the jollity of a Florida piciiic by the Monday was the closing day of school Song No. 182.:
C E Chase and wife were up Whilldin has constructed than 1,000 votes The voters were not
Sat- sea Hon. A.: W. Taylor had better hangout a and most of the scholars, the teacher ReadingSelection.
Oriole Plantation, at Boynton, last wall in front contented with ling to me before the
splendid sea of his
property and a number of friends of the school Song No.
the shingle of a professional artist 134.
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urday. Mr. Chase is as jubilant as the at the foot of Eternia election, but over 1,500 of them came to
in by the side of the well-worn one of street extending were taken in the Punta to Pitts' Island .Scriptural Readings and Remarks from '
afterwards and old
rest of the fortunate truck growers ISo feet, and 'from his lot ha me me they had
when his where a of readings recitations members and visitors.
attorney-at-laar, be returns to program '
vicinity over the prospects for a voted for me.-JacksonviileMetropolia,
that built substantial wharf
a
Buckeye home. Mr. Taylor is certainly extending out and songs was gone through with, Duet "The Sweetest Voice"-Mrs. C. --

profitable season. making the most of his outing, a .d his in the Lake, with a bulk-head eighteenfeet after which a picnic dinner was servedof C. Houston and Mrs. G. S. Adams. A small boy was compelled by kit ;

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Woodruff. of varied collection of views will attest the square upon which he expects to the usual quality and quantity. The Sentence PrayerCongregation.Song tear: er to write an ess ay on the month

Salem 0., left for their Buckeye honl"e beauties and attractions he will have to construct a Japanese-summer house. later festivii'.es: were forced to an abrupt No. 126. says an exchange:aud this in what bo
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: yesterday morniug after a most delightful ; descrilje to his Northern friends. Mayor WhiUd i.'s latest purchase is close by the rain the crowd getting Lack Announcements.Closing wrote : "The mouth is the front door to

season's sojourn at West Palm Beach -- -- the block of lots on either side of Olive home just as the heaviest rain began to Song No 91. the face au aperture to the cold storage

iv They announce their intention of being C. C. McKenna, well known to manyof and Poinsetta and then north to the fire falL _. League Benediction.All of an anatomy. The mouth IS the hotbed -
citizens of Lake Worth a brotherof
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the
back early next season fo'greet us. engine house. The purchase was closetSaturday are cordially. invited to come out for toothache a- d the bunghole of
; I. P. McKenna, and at one time clerl ... HYPOLU.XO HAPPEXIXGS. dh: ] n..._.. orator.... The mnbth. is a crimson auk
J and on Monday .. su e' o ------.1' --- -
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J. L. Roumillatt and telegraph operator in the- LakeWorth Our motto "All for Christ"Tuesday to the liter, it is the foundation of
and patriotism
of the F. E. C. Ry-, located :.t re, is uow winning laurels for broken foundations laid on one of W. A. Smith, of Fort Pierce came and the tool chest for pie.
toe the Poinsetta street lots for a residence. and will until the --.'--
his family down Saturday stay
'i at this point, expects dash and daring in the campaign in t"e Without the mouth the politician wouldbe
arrive this week. Mr Roumillatt was Philippiues McKenna t.asalwaJs been There are thirteen lots embraced in this end of the tomato season, helping his night Boynton Tent No. I,
a wanderer on the face of the earth
for a long time connected with the Plant sn intrepid fearless and venturesome deal, and all are splendidly located.L. father J. W. Smith move Us crop. I Knight of the Maccabees gave a social and go down to an unhonored grave.It .

System in the western part of the State. spirit/and as one of the signal; corps W. Burkhardt still cortinnes the The Hypoluxo and Boynton dancers and supper In honor of the opening of is the grocer friend, tbe orator's

Tom Tfcer.one of the well known officers is making an enviable record in improvement of.. his residence property mingled together Friday night and en. their new lodge hall at Boynton. Town pride, the dentist's hope. It is a Jemp.

braves, stopped over at West the service. In the Associated I ress on the Lake front. Mr. Burkhirdt was joyed a most brilliant hop at J. W. Clerk Geo. S. Adams participated in the tation lunch counter.hen attached to a
Seminole
Palm Beach Saturday to see his old-time reports from Manila under date of the first one to grade and terrace his Porter's newly-erected packing house. fesuvities of the occasion by riding the maiden and tobacco's friend when to a

L. A. Wilson, who has often April I4th, it says : "The country just water frout lot in this town and he hu Fred Voss is about the first trucker in goat as gracefully as possible for the edification man. It puts some men on the rostrum

friend Tom's hunting .companion on his occupied is thickly populated and 'pro continued the improvement and ad- Hypoluxo who ever made a success of of the bojs. : and ome in jail. It is the home
been Tom only measure* 6 feet 4 daces much fruit McKenna of the vancement his property right along growing cucumbers. Fred has about George B Dorn, of Miami, one time a I unruly member the tongue. Without It

camps.in his moccasins and weighs 240. signal corps indefatigable.. He ran a since then. Now lie is changing the one-fourth of an acre in cucumbers that restauranteur at this place was buried I married life would be a summer dream
inches '
q Mr. Willson says he has seen wire through the hostile country with terrace to a long slope front, reaching are doing splendidly and setting full of Tuesday after a lingering illness of some I and a dole would lose' lalf his mttiap/

pounds. three deer on his back fort out having a guard with him." I from his: house down to the water's edge. fruit* With prices at $10 a crate., DOt months. tion"
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j I and take the their chivalry evening of drives Manila, wlifle used the to VALUABLE -INFORMATION.- THE BOYNTON I IA '
f.% n OO ;jKg gg 3E 3g i I
; populace,thronged the promenades and awl kbIUjI' It Wnt\rijs Yei t. .rr r. --

.... :' iTTT listened. to the military band which Y.* Hlad.for Yatus.. '... pleasant and convenient hotel Just -- .
: disconmd music from a'stand within Here few built and newly rUl1liah ,.Jr.cated ca:1-
are a things
Ascription of the Place Made the elliptical space about which the should know-children especially everybody tor 'Does Your Stationery I the ocean each in the town of Boyatos, << -11-
t drive ran like a race course.. such facts once fixed In the growing foot of Lak Worth, twelve mile aaatii /-
Famous But the modern commercial Manila child of Palm Beach. Can be reached b, PI' ;,
fade
k By American never away.: '
i-if.-: with its swarming population of nearlythree A mile is 320 rods.A 1:. C. R.R. or by launch tail boat or =

: :: ,' J Armed Forces. hundred thousand, is across the mile Is 1,760 yards.A Suit You ?.... reamer.A .
!'- -'. with surroundings
northern of the
r < : bridges, on the shore mile is 580 feet quiet place pleasant
Pafcig, and has from the coalescence for parties who wish to remain for
grown
A rod Is 18 1-5 feet or 5% yards.A
'f ; THE OLD EDIFICATIONSTfce f of several pueblos or villages, square rod Is 272% square feet a period to enjoy the healthful climateof
the
t""", '""'" and suburban dlttrlctJ..lnto one municipality. An acre contains luO square'rods. Next to his wearing apparel t.h..reis nothinga Southern Florida, away from
hotels
>> of fashionable
ftnrlv-burly large
The fiat area Is divided by An acre contains 4&5W feet i
f ., Goomy! Ramparts, Dismal Dungeon creeks ami estuaries which make An acre is about 2ot feet square square.A really neat nan is 10' particular'about as No formality, no stiffness, everything
.. their way to the river and form natural pint of water pleasant and sociable. _
weighs
one pound.A
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? Antiquated Ordnanceof lines to several sections Good large, pleasant rooms, and _
boundary
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i solid foot contains i.48soUd pints. the quality and appearance o! Stationery. obtained :
and t homelike table service can be
are crossed by many bridges.
Santiago ,FortCocMMrcUl A square foot is 144 square inches.
I" Directly the, river from the for |z.ooper day and upwards Special 1
across!
An acre contains 4.M square yards.A And in very truth it does proclaim his bus
old rates by the month. }
wailed
. town Is the great business quarter section contains 100 acres.
)od.'a Manila Hu a Fopml district of Binondo. which out of Call or address for further particulars,
- ;. grew A square yard contains 9 square feet iness as a neat fitting and. stylish suit 'of .
: l"i I I to* 1 ..rI:' fl,..Hna4r nouaad the
. ". Alcayceria. to which the Chinese A solid foot contains 1,724 solfQ 4 THE BOYNTON, Boynton, Fla. 1
-Mt.r.Iho Hour Cnlaanaa AM.ad.- traders were confined in the early days Inches.A clothes proclaims the man.
i
G ,.... Pair nallroad. la tat rhnlppla.r when the Spanish: hidalgos scorned pint of water holds 28% solid .
..txadiL trade for themselves but forced trib- inches.A .

L :.- Tk'. conflict ute from it for their own support The gallon of water holds 231 solid :.y G. W. IBNBR J i
: between ;our troops and street now chiefly occupied by business inches. It will, if it is _
tl* Philippine: insurgents In the sub- .
& houses concerned in foreign tradeor An sere Is 8 rods wide by 2041'ids
urns of Manila will give Interest to aIVUI'tl conducted is the Es- furnished ,
by Europeans
long. you by. & SN. 1 l
dttaik-d
description of the city ,. colta. near the river and parallel to It, A solid foot of water weighs 62% .. .
estl Its surroumllngs than bas yet fep4r while the Kosario! district is throngedwith pounds.A .
I L "; u- island of Luzon Is In this *
the and bazaars of the A
shops ever barrel holds 4
(31% gallons) %
latitude from evenly to eighty miles busy Chinaman. solid feetA _the right kind.of a hou8e,.present a nice ap. Jewelers and Opticians f
tvW lt'. but the flay of Manila cuts
,
Beyond Binondo stretching along tie section .or square mile.contains
icu Its e, stern side about thirty bay front on low ground is Tondo 640 seres. ... pearance and,vake a good,impression, which 1
tv.> *. and! the Lajuaa; do BahU in the which Is made up of long narrow A bushel (struck) contains 2450 solid Watches Clocks, Jewelry
I U'Urior, occupies more than twenty streets, now muddy and now dusty, according Inches. \ would not be the ease if you used.sho4dy Musical Goods, Strings, etc. '4 I
roJr. of lid Tndth. The 1'asig.Rlser .to the season lined with the A gaUoa of milk.weighs! 8 pevnds 10 (
Vvai" frolrf the Ligmm, or lake through humble nipa-tlmtched shanties of a ounces paper. that was poorly printed, 1
the rity tiito the Lay and its windings swarm of native Malays.. They.mostly A struck bushel contains about 1% ..-. ,;. Stationery Ink Blank Rooks,
loase' U about fifteen miles long, but stand on short stilts of palm trees and solid feetA Now while speaking of 'basses that are ,

tiw twnj between bay aad lake south are made of bamboo and covered, top bushel (heaping) contains 1% i
of the river rrvm pll Manila to Cavite and sides with a frowsy thatch of struck bushels. "right, we must not fail to>> mentionTropical NEWS DEPOT, '!l

U U.-MS than tea miles iiide.TU nlpa leaves. Here if anywhere, are A halrbreath la onefortyighths of DAILY PAPERS.
4
*> na\ Iii arsenal and bind defences !
the slums of the city, but in Tondo an inch.
s at Cavite srt. ou a point, or took which there are a good market place a small Space has a temperature of 200 de-. Fine Iatd
Jsielry RepalriiiIK
] 'j
ptijviU ui a curved fashion into the theatre and a fine church. grees below zero.
largo buy partly enclosing the small Outlying Binondo on the east and extending A grain of magnesia will color' oO- The -
bay of iWutw. across which and on ALL 1I&&XCHE8.! 1 1Selaa
along the river toward the 000,000 grains of water. .
1 the road to MaalU i* the considerable lake are the quarters; or pueblos An Inch of rainfall is equal to 14-
town of lUvovr.TlH known as Santa Cms Quiapo and San 600.000 gallons per square mile. !. Block West Pall! BHek. .
.ngu U i" only about seven miles Miguel, which contain most of the
ii-. : la A direct line across the water from better residences and suburban villas.In Water BeL ;

t Ca.Utt to Manila, it U fifteen miles by Santa Cruz are a flower market anda Here are two tricks based upon the. Subscribe for THE SUN
the road A*tf ich winds along the coast theatre and It contains within Its conducting power of metals and the i

and passes through a number of villa- limits the famous leper hospital ot the power of absorption of heat by water '
3. hen The taM of those on the way laii&latr of the Fransiscanu, while 'n Its confines One may take a small but powerfu\. .
r-- about a mile and three-quar to the cemetery for Chinese and alcohol lamp and stand it on the tabW. Sun Clematis Avenuesupply
t,. tern Mm the 1)ldVallud city of Mantis other "infieles," or infidels. Quiapo An ordinary playing card with the gee .

whii-h if ou the south bank of theIf contains some fine buildings including edges bent up has a piece of lead aboutBOILLNG .; and .. A.
-
the market of Quinta and the establishment store :: ;
of the Recoletos of San Aug. '.
ustin with its sanctuary of San Sebastian Which enjoys a well merited reputation for .
and here a suspension bridgeS ::-West Palm Beach fluids,

O feet long crosses the Pasig. Crossing furnishing hlgh-grade work. THE SUN has "J. D. IIA THIS Piopneior.Mv j
the Esterode .
a wooden bridge over .
san Miguel or San Miguel Estuary ; the hest equipped Job' Office along the East (..eee..r(a arise a. .. ..,...Cwm,G.) i

.. one passes from Quiapo to San Miguel
'
Motto --UBX'k Kb and Snail rroflta.
R i-4 1II.ata'i where there are an extensive bar Coast, and is better prepated now than ever
racks and comfortable houses,
many Bakery Goods and ;
including some fine villas along the before to meet all the requirements of the
; river bank. Furthest out of these is + Family Groceries 1
; l Malacainang, the mummer palace of trade in that line.
II the Spanish Governor General, which c ....My Specialty. 3 -
II surrounded by gardens and bas I
Goods delivered free
wharves of its own the river. to any pan
a on WATER IN A PAPEB BOLas i of the City or across the Lake.
If There: is quite an Island In the middleof | High-grade Work |
J the river opposite San Miguel large as a half a dollar put in the .I AH .Orders GinA Prompt itUatlsa. i

called San Andres, upon which there center. This card Is, then held directlyover Is the kind THE SUN does, Goods First-Class and Fresh. Highest J
the flame of the and In
are a convalescent hosjtUI, an Insane lamp a prices paid for produce.
7I asylum and a poorhouse. The lower few minutes the lead is melted and the country 4
end of the Island supports a bridge card to not Injured in the least. Bay of meraad I wUl WIT yon moot?, Siq7BICYCLR
3 across the river, and near the upper The last and neatest experiment of and the only kind. We have found throughan 11
j end are the batteries of San Andres all Is to boil water in a paper box. A
and San Rafael Further out to the little paper box Is folded as all schoolchildren experience extending over a number of IIH
northeast, but still near the river, Is a know how.. into a square box = <
j region called the arroceros, or "rice I. about an inch deep, aDd two square. year that it pays to do this, for when you. I
j mills," where the great tobacco fac- Cords are fastened to the corners anda I
OXE 0V THE OLD GATES or MAKILA- tories and the slaughter boWIe are, piece of stick passed through so. that once, gilt, a customer he,will stick knowing SVITAL.T

Uher faiiip, at Its very mouth. ..Atlatat. and where there are also a botanical It>wlll hang perfefty.le.veLf Light the
) .. the Kp
....'ufaatrj! and cavalry and it was tug pavilion called the Klosko. water. and suspend directly above General Work...
f'', nui '!,< re they attacked our troops The only railroad in the Philippine the flame about three inches higher.In and in a manner that, will : be both pleasing Repair ja .
u i II.n tw y U2fl"l their! advance from stands runs from Manila north near a few minutes the water,will! boil Enamelling a Specialty.
I h\ Itlt. at tike end of July and beginforrininl he coast for a few miles, and then upa and !scud up a miniature cloud of and attractive. -i
\'II II,! t.t AnqueL rich valley of- sugar cane and rice steam without harm to the box. This ,
t I 1.- enr-lonure In the angle fields, through the flourishing prov- requires! some experience as to the Nigh Grade Wheels For Sale andle Fiat.
tk,'"t'f'1lbe- south bank of the la"lg uee of Pan asinar to Dagupa on the proper distance it should be held from
slid the bar I* the Manila of history, Gulf of Lingayen which cuts Into the the flame!, and It is well to have the And that's the

.. .rn."t( by J.tJupl In 1371.; The mas- west east of Luzon, one hundred and lamp in a good-sized dish in case the COnPLETE LINE OF SUNDRIES.

a!ie t '*I1.,. 6uai>>wliat, shaken and thirty miles away. Malolos is on this performer should be careless enoughto .
!"t' key! by earthquakes, run for a mile railroad, about twenty-eight miles upset the box or a string pull out
a'!'/ the toy and an equal distancea rom. Manila and U a.place of 13,000 Cheapest after all.

a the river, and connect around on Inhabitants. .. Dote la the Army. GEO. S. ADAMS,
U: Ian.15M\- by an Irregular curve givu About the first station out of the In most of the Continental countries
I'M- rnrliMMKt pace a nearly trtang- city is Malabon near which is the of Europe dogs form a part of the PROPRIETOR.

ui : fiTU. Outside of this landward considerable suburban town of Caloo- army equipment being taught to carry ? Even though you might be able to send elsewhere WEST BALM BEACH.
i.trh! .> thfre Was originally a deep can. This is seven miles north of the dispatches and to deliver cartridges to .

niK..i. into which water could be lit the soldiers In battle. They are also for your Stationery ant1 save possiblya -.
ti.ii.i bats river and bay. It is still trained to give an alarm .at an unfriendly -
ii. 'j as a broad: ditch clogged with approach having readily few cents on an order amounting to several Ser/d The Sag Your Job WorWest #

1;,h..lHOml' depo4ls. learned to recognize an enemy. They
vt the nonbwfKt angle) of the walls. will search for and find the wounded, dollars! remember that time is consumed and
n, ,:- the> Inaction of river and bay, is barking until help arrives; that failing e E. H. Dunc,
'f>.\l furt" of Santiago with its they will ,carry some part of the, ** delays occasioned in doing so, andthat if Proprietor*
,:<. 'm.\ rsnip.irtand dismal dungeons .p n. wounded man's clothing to his near'
,"'-I i it. Antiquated! ordnance There est comrade. It is Sirrprislug what mistakes should occur, you.will have more or Palm
-n three 'ai> i Mrtiun. and from theme In old all this, so soon do they realize what is less trouble in getting them rec\tfie.1.
.'s drawbridges cro *od the river required of th m. In searching for the Beach
'1.\ were ", -\ at night! when the wounded they, carry flasks of brandy
-.it"> Wt"t.. a&.m ttwnrely cloned. In _j strapped to the harness.In .
f. ILl of tVa t-rn end of this wall the American army there Is hardlya The Sun GuaranteesSatisfaction Drug w wStore.

,. .! ;. >, w. promenade of Masrellan.: .. least one or more dogs as pets. Theseare ...- .
j: .,. .*} It). a ititncnt of the fatuous + t not always noted for their beauty,.
:.1rw( iuiv.ptu, who first db(rova I 1 "'"". but they are nose, the less petted and
> the i'n'U.pines; for Spain and got ..' !-I ., ;cared for by the owner and are taught and Royal PoincIana Pharmacy

I : .fM-if. k:lUtl" n.:&y the Maud of Cebu. .. ?IoU i many Interesting tricks.
tV ithiu! Vi u fortified enclosure of the V' t ,..., -'J: "Jo," a dog belonging to the Twenty. and is right here at home, where it stands
l I .Iff. ,'t'itb coatalus about fifteen .. :.. ...,. second Regiment is noteu for his -DEALERS LII-
i
>uftantf luliHbitsnts. was the seat of -...---. cleverness. He knows all the bugle ready at all times and under all circumstancesto itDl'Ugs
I'i< 4<-euJ>r and ecvletfUstlcal author- --.1I. calls, and when drill sounds he does
-
i ..f !paill'a Philijppine colony for A SPANISH CHURCH IN MANILA.- not move but at the first sound of fulfill its contracts to the letter. It you Toilet Articles

.. Tururteo$ and quarter. On the rlt) and in the intervening space are the reveille he Is up for the day and ,
.';: near the fort Is the cathedral La Loma and Uagalangin. The Span- the dinner bugle usually finds him as. are not satisfied with work :you may have
i"Id i h ITIt&'Nt the one scattered by lards established a line of block ready as the men to respond. Fine Stationery and
,'srtllql\\la of 1HC3, and fronting houses from Caloocan on the north gotten elsewhere and wish a change in the

: tt,<' 11a. pACf, which U adorned around to the heights of Santa Mesa Jut a Little Wrong "

t.) a statue of Carlos IV.. was the and San Juan del Monte, which are There. la a lad of tender years out style or grade of your Stationery Druggist Sundries. .!
i.i\i ruor CietixrarM palace and near beyond the San Miguel district, thence, West who !to inordinately fond of con-: .
i \ the oftit'lirl! residence of the Arch- across the river to Santa Ana Paco undrums, and resembles Oliver Twistin

blah.toI and Malate on the south, making a his capacity for asking for more. Send in trial order Prescriptions Carefully CompoundedEast
lu the oft city. with Its many stone semi-circle of about seventeen miles. The other day his mother, driven to a Coast Business Solicited. G '
braiding! and Its paved streets, are al- Manila has an excellent and abundant desperation, gave him the timehonored .
-4. iir 8 '.al Court of Chancery, the water supply, which was provided by one about an old man being like a for anything you may needin WEST PALM REACH; ( 840IUI.Whidden's .

!turd!heiN .mlo ,vents of SanAugustin the foresight and munificence of a dog's talk. on account of being "In-
alt., ut HiI! vk'to* of San Francisco. private benefactor and not by the firm."

?.-' -iu ; a iiicrt.l, area; the spacious wisdom or liberality of the Spanish The youngster did not understand at the office or counting room-Letter Heads,
eitx.u'1!* ....ii "uUtantkl structures of colonial! government It is drawn first and had to have the. thing explained MarketIs

the Ki>.v*. tad I .m. i!kal University ofSit from the river M&riguina or San Ma- to him, but having at last Note Heads, Statements) Tags Envelopes,
TIIt'u.w' '' ban: a tine physical tee which Joins the Pasig a little be- caught on. he was delighted: and Immediately -
Iigjwr! (tho! M.-r-Hpal Athenaeum. low the lake. There is a sta- flew to his
pumping up grandfather Card, Bill Heads, Bills of Lading, Counter Prepared to Supply
wl.l.! ''I 1 I:"' ',tt t I\I"atllnallultltutlon: in tion at the river, and a reservoir be- to puzzle him with the same question.Of .

on iff*. ,*f Hw !Ji'.mta, and has not only yon! the heights: of Santa Mesa and course this was a model grandpa; Pads, Circulars, Dodgers, Hand Bills, Pain you with' >
a f>tty.i<-al iat*'t story, but a natural San Juan del Monte between which who is always Ignorant In the right 'V
bHtry nio, >nm and: a well equipped the aqueduct makes its down to place and after much wild
way guessing phlets, or in fact anything that you may want Good Meats at tiling
Prices
n..nonarau-ttl anal meteorological ob- the city. he had to .,e told, whereat the young- e
1 yrl"tury:; Tbt-re is also the Large and While the deep water. of Manila ster yelled out: "Because it sticks in the line of PRINTING-
a. ::1 l nianascd; Hospital of San Juan de Harbor is down at Cavite. and even tight grandpa; because it sticks Fresh Pork,
r; -s anti a military hospital with beds merchant vessels of moderate draught tight!" and was Immensely pleased .
II I IMO patient Old Manila is a cannot get near the wharves, but have with the heartiness of grandpa's laugh. Beef a
: : iH !i eat of the Spanish power of to discharge their cargoes by means -

y .w >iitt-enth and seventeenth centur- of lighters, it is possible to send light- Lf. h a that the
si.' -, opposite! Fort Santiago Is a mon- enough to Malabon to sweep with shot silk worm was discovered the
by little
fnt to Anli. the doughty old Judge. and shell the region near the coast
,() resisted the English occupation from .Caloocan to Manila The river nearly daughter six of thousand the Empress .Hoang-TI please you--sure. Native Meats a specialty

:en the cllef judicial officer shared Pasig has a mole running out each little Princess years ago. The
watched Your
the
tree with the Archbishop and the side of Its mouth but the stream la work worms at Patronage Solicited.. A
\ on a mulberry tree in the
P11l0r General From that alonstie : not deep enough to admit war vesselsof palace
.',tu. Iasfo Xlalwon. or dik the smallest size, and is hardly father gardens, who.and as orally a ,"resuItof Interested his observations her gEff5E 3 3fa ;*? Market: on Banyan Street ,/F1M2
% ,'al1,1.. to the Lunetn. available for I
IH strategic
t : purposes, except j became the founder of the silk WEST PALM BEACH. ,/ I.

914 Ute south. .- wall. .. where the Uyat; ..t9i.. transportation-.-.- idtiitr). .. -- /



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"r a THE TROPICAL SUN, PEST PAUl BEACH FLORIDA THURSDAY Y. AP IL,4Q, 1899. i

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it AN *OL6 TIME.A.:f BtLLIARDlSt.I T THE ,.SNEEZING. SEASON.: : FURNITURE. -

A XJttta story Atoat Tim Fljmi th* T.U SPICYt.
-1 OtA ; Household Sewing Maeuiiies
'_, ram.FrefmUaid Expert., BOOM TalubU Blab T r Wwlfaif .
..- a CeiL The Bert MicWnB Made Light Banning ndNobeteM _
,1'henYU, an Interesting argumentat ': .. ,
a billiard room a few days ao cold as nearly every intelligent : .
about the skill ot "Tim"' Flynn,; tfl person knows. Is the result of a stop BRIGHT : Sole Agent for the famous Wall Tank Mat
veteran prufnudopi) expert. MauritaDalf page somewhere of free circulation of .
: tretwei made to order. A Complete -
F is one of his i be believe be cut still play good through a feeling of chill -. ., .
enough biiianls to>beat many of thejoungrr So slight is the chill oftentimes that : < o. FURNITURE
and more ambitions players. of all dellCrhlLloall at Roct Bottou Prkl'8 both
not the preliminary sneeze comes
, Another friend of Flynn's declared ujfll she has beenin : Wbokwate and RetaiL Baby Carriage Iroui $6
73 Is the victim aware he or SPARKLING
that he had the old-timer
? sera run up to':.'0. Go Carts. RefrAeraturalroChcsta.
and 01 In succwwlve Innings at 18-inch the track of a draught or that the : Etc.
a J' i balk-l1ne, which would be fine work temperature baa changed. --
l for even the beat at the "champions'" !. The usual notion is_that by going Indoors We hare a eonnlgnmeut of Oak Diners and
fame, and the same man declared that changing to heavier clothing or Seed Rockers that will be sold very low. We \
:p' t Y be would back' Flynn against almost ret1'eatlngfrom the moist atmospherethe handle the PUBOUS Cleveland and Rambler

K toy of the*. well-known by the way short-stop a good story professional danger Is averted. These precautions These are the expressions BICTCI.E3. _____ .

Is told about Flynn when he ran a billiard are all well enough but the first Especial attention given to our Mail, Orders. "
'' room many years ago In New and most efficacious measure should be'to all We' inrantee Satisfaction both in goods and I
r York City. Jake Scbaeffer. then a restore the quick flow of warm blood which can be )heard on I'rkM. Canon nit or tend in your order to
youngster fresh from the West came through every vein and so by heat instantly -
sad Laura
on to New York and was looking fort counteract the little chllL concerning the IS 17 JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ONLY te.ooEstablished
Job. Ue could get nothing profitable sides news -21
' One perhaps 'simplest method of D. E. COOPER MTg Co.
;. to do, $Flynn gave him a job ,.
doing this has been learned by men
rnulag the open game of pool labia I
_ room because the young westerner who stand on sentinel duty who are columns of : .

'., ,.' played a good game. Ue was there obliged to suffer more or less exposure 1875.
some time before hit wonderful ability in winter or who scorn the comforts '

at blllards became developeu, and of cold 1I' e.ther. of overcoat and umbrella William A. SoUrs & Co. .
after that be climbed rapiu-y up the ,
ladder of success and fame. row Their method when the temperature

b.few but peopl no one know lives who ao"Tim"far In Flynn the of the body or extremities la lowered, THE Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers .

: backwoods that he bad not heard of or a sudden chill or quick change from ,
Jake Bchaeffer.'firiw. warm to cold atmosphere Is endured. .
(t' I. Is to inhale three or four deepfcreaths. No. 6"EAS't BAY STREET -s JACKSONVILLE. Fu.

expand the lungs to their fullest extent .
holding every time the inhaled air as .
.. We handle only the Beat and mot Reliable Seeds. A complete Stock of
long as possible and then slowly letting

...aIt it forth through the nostrils.In Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits,
doing this the Inflation of the TROPICALTROPICAL
. lungs sets the heart Into such quick Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, Both Bright and Dark.AT .

from tb tvshiyet ole motion that the blood Is driven with
t. unusual force along its channels and '- WHOLESALE- i

. of ../ C HIt so runs out into the tiniest veins. State for
s [ > \I Agents Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
This radiates a glow down to the
ItcISV left TiHMc t Star Brand Fet\l.lizen-Gaarante Analysis, Orange tree and VM teble Fertllivr. Ftl.
t toes and finger tips and sets up a quick I tronnil Boue Nitrite:Sola,Mariate ,
( of I'otaxh i'iMiiphat! Potaan lUnit,eta TheM ftl- ,;;
reaction against the chill The whole tillzeri bare no Superior in the Market,And a trial Will convince. 1
: Send lor ftte '
.' : : effect, hi to stir the blood and set It in .SUN. Catalogue 10-Sd-la i
n motion aa from rapid exercise.
T .

. DeteetUa the Ro..e. 1Jb1 r POPE & McLAURIH JACKSON!! FLORIDA, 1 1

The executors'of the law in Europe

have been swift to seize upon discover J .
.t lea in science to help them to run down Fruits
criminals. A curious use was recently The. OLDEST and BEST and Produce :

r r- made of the microscope la Prussia. A

o. t.t. barrel of specie sent from the frontierto newspaper published in the Commission Merchants.Fancy .
Berlin was robbed and filled with
. I
sand. This was supposed to have been %
: Grades of BUTTER
t AND OHEESE. .
done on the way to Berlin.The eminent County. Each week they ,
. chemist. Prof. Ehrenbarn, obtained We Solicit Your Business. '"

} samples of all the sand near the stations --- We only oHdt the business Merchants and
contain Will Not nil order from Cousamera-chef
through which the barrel passed should buy from their home dealers. i -ai.gt
e and by means of; the blowpipe and microscope
found sand of the station at

Lt. which it iad been emptied and filled .
.
The thief was afterward discovered and LITTLE BROS.
t . ..... '
!t Thrt kl BCtoltar ".r. arrested.
I In France noted rogues are not only All the News Jt
i F, ** A.- ...' -.."..t.I' photographed but weighed,and meaalured FERTILIZER and PHOSPHATE '
COMPANY
+ : Golfers are now looking forward carefully and forced to speak and I .
With coBnideraMe interest to the coming .
ling into a phonographic instrument '
,, Jolt anoal Association) meeting of which the United will be States held before their discharge from prison that IS News Jacksonville, Florida.

shortly. New officvrs for the ensuing that they may be Identified afterwardin ,' .
'
: '
,j ?t year will be elected and the ticket as attempted crime ; He:: _: ,.: 'i: .
wuMMUuvd by the Secretary a few It has also been noted for,the Identification ., _' .* i .,,,w.1 :_ ;;_ _" a. If you are requiring Fertilizers for Vegetables
days ago shows three changes Most of criminals that one part of -, .. .' ,- .
IntlMirtant among the e U that of President the human body ,which Is never duplicated Pineapples, etc., write to us and we can give you
the present Incumbent Lanr- in man or woman la the markingson more value for than
other Man-
eat' Curtis having declined a renom- not only from West Palm your money any
the skin of the thumb. The face
inatlon, and ID his place W. B. Thomasof I ufacturer
or dealer in this State from
ItiMton have bwn selected. ands figure may be altered at will, but : or any ,

e The other members of the ticket, as the lines on the thumb-never! For Beach and immediate vicin- other State. Write for pamphlets, prices, etc., ito
recently selected by the Nominating the detection of criminals an Impres-
Committee are: Vice Presidents Ransom sion of the thumb is stamped upon pa- above address. 5-12-98
II. Thomas Morris County Golf per. ity but from all points of
dub MorrlMtown, N. J..- and H. G. ,
Whtgham Onwentsia Golf Club,* near EUetrieltr I. HTC.
Chicago; lWtTt'tarr.101K>ft B. Ktr What has been called the "pleasant note on the Lake and along
Lakewuod Golf Clult Treasurer, Ue- -
; occupation of hiving bees" has been
tea D. Powte Philadelphia Country Chas. N. WelshansSTATE ,
I Club; additional members of the Executive made even more pleasant by an elec- the railroad thus making:
Committee John Reid. St. tric invention which obviates the necessity ,

t Andrew's Golf Club, mar Yonkers. of keeping a watch on the hivesat
and A. U Coats of ( Newport Golf swarming time.. it easily AGENT FOR-

Club. The. basis of the apparatus is the con- I
1. As'the Nominating Committee was version- of the wing motion of the '
coupe*!*! of three representative golfers & Martinez
swarm into power. As the bees swarm Longman Paints
henry P. Toler and James A. still ;
math of New York, and Samuel lleel- out they cause two.small easy swingIng -
ner, of Philadelphia It is not likely doors to open outward. A little .
that any opi>ositlon will ba manifested hammer, which rest upon these doors Lime Brick
The Shingles
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toward tne ticket. All of the men when closed and isfconnected with a Leading Family Newspaperof I

chosen! have consented. to serve U battery, drops as the doors swing open
Cement and Coal Tar.
riveted.Ptdlar upon a small metal leaf and the elec- i!

...1..,.CIa..c.. trical connection thus effected rings a i
Palmer the champion ban- bell in the bee grower's house. Dade County Agent for. Sickler's Peerless Cement Plaster. :
tam weight of England is anxious to ,
j arrange a match with either George a.... Pier Still G..& .
; Dixon or Oscar Gardner. Palmer Any dishonest contractor whose 13 South Hogan St., Jacksonville, Florida. lO-il-98 f
says be would prefer a match with wealth accumulates while his work decays .
Dlxon for the world's championship ought to read with a blush of
and a side 'bet The Englishman shame of a sew bridge across the :111111111.I.....................Sl..0..0..1108
wanU the event decided before the Danube. Already' THE SUN is a wel- .

Pillars of a bridge built at the same : GRAIN HftY '!
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place by the Emperor Trajan are to visitor
to nearly every *
form a part of the structure. The come FLOUR GRITS, MEAL. COTTON SEED MEAL AND .J

engineers attested the strength of'the : % POULTY SUPPLIES. ALSO NEW..... : ,I
Roman work under an emperor whoa, home in this section 1

reign' began exactly 1800 years ago. I! GARDEN SEED i J
To do u the Romans did may some .
and its attractive .
times mean a decent to the lowest many J ARRIVING FRESH ALL THE TIME. :

vices but It may also signify a noble. a LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH. WRITE for QUOTATIONS..

features are bringing new ..
DIdB't W ant U "'e..

An eccentric old gentleman placed in recruits to its ranks. each |! JAMES B.. BOURS, JamoiTille, FMii !
a field on his estate a board with the
following generous offer painted. thereon ...................,.=' -.1108/.080S..P.Oe..S..S....

: week. .
-' -- --
r "I will give this field .to any man -
who Is contented" t.- Do You Want a .
"He soon had an applicant

\ V / "Well my man you are a contented I, .... We have them to Sell and if we have S'TEAMBO.Arl t 'ff
none on band to suit,we can build *
fellow asked the old gentleman A
W i J\Ia'whll'}oar want
t "Yes sir ; 'r 1
very ;f
"Then why do you want my field!".- JudiciousAdvertisers : We are also' PreparedTo -
The applicant did.not wait to reply. Furnish

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Oldest Imhftblted tls.ie. \ : 1

This stands close to the River Vert Pumping Outfits for Irrigation.
about 250 yards from St. Albans. Abber. .>
It was built in the Um of King
"FEDLAAML PALMEH.Kattoaa Offa, of Itercla about the year 795 and Write or call on us for Anything in .
: f i
thus Is over 1,100 years old. It is ot Our Line that you need.
Club of London
Sporting ;

and to stop agrees DIxon to forfeit In twenty$3,000if rounds.he falls of octagonal oak. and shape the the lower upptr has portion walls be of Realize this, hence the free Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co. T

ruton and Palmer met once before great thickness. Last century it wasa
ta a.ix-round bout la ilauhwa Square famous resort for witnessing cock
which they make of its JACKSON V ILE FLA.Jacksonville .
fastest use ;
Garden and It was one of the fights. At one time it was fortified, >
exhibition of boxing ever seen is this '
St. German's Gate
and bore the name aonnToa
country. 11-24'98 _. Marine Railways. i
colums and -its increasing

n. K.w D (t..* Tebaeea. .
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The latest Information from the I Tobacco was discovered in San Domingo -
Ifrrreshoffs Indicates that the .under- : In 1496; In Yucatan' by the '.' popularity as .an advertis-
body of the new Defender will be oftuanraoose Spaniards in 1520. It was Introducedinto
bronze, and that her top- France In 1560.and Into England SUBSCRIBE FOR THE SUN
l.tit will be of nickel steel for which ing medium
IlL 153.
&Iw'UDtl'l..'t was made wo time ago -


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_.' :THE}- ; -TROPICAL SUN. I UR NEW UNITED STATES. SENATOR.- I. REV. Co' W. BAKNES, of Meflyjnyp,1 f 'UKALEUIX. ,' ):TI: I Ikk

HARDWARE
't'Ioae i Nmt whilom editor of Ihesuspende4 or1 1 MIEI\GRUBER : _
::- *Bade ...
Coai.t).Honda, the flatbed allover _
'; t Yesterday news was' defanrt! EaU; Coast Republican has .. ,
,
.TROPICAL SW rmiSHISG COM PAST Florida that Jas. P. Tallutferro CROCKERYand' t

'f j- GUY t. >1 8TCALP, itr ;, .. tad been elected Senator by the Leg, decided! to engage in tbe publication ,
ofanewnpaperatMi/tmi./ Mr. Barnes
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"": tUW>"MtD EVillV THURSDAY, slatnre on the second ballot with a V '
"IT ,
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: : PA" 'IACH.0"01 COUNTY fLORIDA. H now in Atlanta purchasing presses : FURNIFURE1: :
,
majority of twelve votes. ,
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__!HCRIPTlO"" PRl. .;. $2.00. A YEAR. type, typesetting machine and other
.It. can hardly be said that the
appurtenances of a modern office.It All Kinds of Boat Coods. -.
.-1. .Entered.al the Po.toSc 'of West Palm Beach news came as a complete surprise to
...second clae matter M said that the new paper:: ill to l b V Stores,TU ware.- Doors,Sasli d BHwJs V

'"- -. ':-' V many for it was known that Mr. independent Republican'. publi: All Kinds of FiSiIng" Tackle and Sporting Jood V (

.
; ,. THURSDAY.. 'APRIL. ; 20. 1899, I Talliaferro had, powerful influences cation. V !-' f .
< Gasoline Stores. Bine FUme Keroseoe OB Store --
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supporting his ..andidac and had '.'
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I. Nit V.
V Mixed
L : -V V (Uunrare.-I.ampa*ad UntetM. Harruoa Br.i Ready V
;: ,TO EUCT COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. influential friends tbrou hout. the V ,- Dll-lIaaa Onlrn UtvcB fr mpt AtUBtioau U-I-97 V V

: ;: State; who had left undone nothingto THE HOUSE COUMITTKE oniegisla- V V ,

:In rnfwt of the counties :vof: this advance: the interests' their favorite tion rn carry out tbe .oon titutiOllll1. J I

:,' < State the citizens and tax-p ytrs are j candidate. provision: giving: .the' Florida .Rail- PROFESSIONAL CARDS.V.I. i .. 4I

: :? given an" opportunity to i road CDmmitwion Judk-inl I j.
wpressthrir. The new Senator is a Jacksonville powers,
: preference' fur those'om.tals in Palmer Choice Property for Rent.
.,'0 man a man of remarkable success comu>ts'of of Orange, Raney \ METCALP, ,
: 'Whom is vested' the authority to di$- influential in barking of Leon and L'Engle ol Da JVRf Judge 'V
a? a merchant
: burse; at their' own sweet will, the urclets. in which vocation he WitS Raney. the senior, of this trio w one ATTORNEY -AT.NOTARY LAW.PUBLIC. OXR OF THE --- V 1

mowj r'ieed; by taiing those sam and at ODe time Chairmanof oft!!. ablest i Jurists In the South, ::
:
:' engaged, Will practice in County state sad Federal Handsomest Private Dwellings on tits Faineil tadiia Hirer.WATKB
, iitUMr: ;t Not, w> in Dade; here the the State Democratic Executive and is a man,who ia in every sense in Court LAND CASES A SPECIALTY.offlcein _

:: Coantj Executive C mmittf>e meet touch wi-h the interestsof the people V
Corn mittee. TuopiciL Him Block V BATH, CLOSETS, Etc. V A\ ,
,; : without, lne published' notice apd Born in Virginia V but a Floridian V of the State. Mr Lewis, of Jac-knoii. West Palm Beach. Oade Coanty. J IurIdll.: SAIL AND NAPTHA. BOATS.HANDSOME. V ":

1, ,. select their jtchtical pets regardless bar introduced a hill"To require VV V
he has )
been
: ::- by adoption, prominent} W. POPE '
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of the voice of the citizens' OnlyIIs't identified with County and State) railroad companies 11111 i all etiipluvw FRANK VERY GROUND, V -

; k-. Friday wan. this exemplified politics for many years, and is in of ro.iti to comply with thernrnlatioiik. A TTOKHIY AND COU.Y8ELLOR AT LAW. Occupied-as witter home of a New Yorker V -. S

the meeting at.lit,m U touch, with many f the leading business of the: Railroad Comiiii ion. Ill East Bal Street who is going to Europe for several years, V Z .

InBrf\nrd'onr sister County, for interebta of the. metropolis of and providing penalty for failure." 2-3-98 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA r>_!__ ___ f?__ ___ *. __!-. ._ m. V _'

," yean the custom has prevailed to the State, and also of the 'city of ... rrux pqasun.! :1'5QO.' "VV .T .LU LOCK 601 b J .

,
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:: ;: have, a side ballot box at general Tampa. St. CLA1U-ABRAMS V'
ALEX
.'t- : ,elections in which all Democrats are "FBOM.THE'CRADLE TOTRE GRAVE" 3499 MELBOURNE _. FLA.: i 1 I

"< permitted to place the name- of the u exemplified in :the work? of the ATT08NEY.AT-LAW, TJACESONVII.I.20 oi

LEAVES A CLEAN RECORD. FLA. _ _ V i.-i,
r,, Commissioners of their choice for newspaperman.:. Seldom do people VV' < 'j

& f theiown) district and the Executive Seldom in these days of political realize what a faithful chronicle uf Federal.Practice la all the Circuit Court,State and LEGAL NOTICES. $ :

: :':;: ; Committee appoints in deference 'corruption does a United States the life inciiienta of a ,community is U.l\f-U8 City Directory. J

&.,if.T'; to the choice thus made. Senator retire from his position of the weekly! uewliPA ppr. Here from C. HOOD, 31. D. NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED- OFFICERS.. ,'' V. V

t'f }'. ', .' .In,the ring-rule ridden County of clean week to week are recoided your H. .. ,,
....._ honor with a record as untarnished _ WILMON HILLD'K Mayor V
; Dade and in a very few other Coun. and honorable aa that made bopt- jys.: furrows, aspirations, PHYSICIAN AND SUKCtOH.Offlce GEO.S.ADAMS,Clerk.Asaes80ranll Treasurer <
-; Xotke b berebj gleathetafl persosabac. PAUL __,... ..... ,.Msrshal
failure detail of -
in the .
: ; ( ties State no such opportunity by Samujl Pasco in tbe years he has sno-ei -every your and Resideoee new Royal PolnrJai- log any demand agalusitheEstate of Jamm C.BOARD

; :,.., is afforded voters to express represented Florida in that august daily IKe. A prrupal of title paper Hotel PALM BEACH. 11-1-98 C. KlriJey.. deceased are hereby notified to OF ALDERMEN.V V
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GEO. POTTER- __. President
them to
present aatbentlcated
. '-.: a choice i bat old Orange is awaking:, tribunal.A will reveal the faithful l record of ,. within the theunder.igned.duly time prescribed by law,or- JOHN B BEACH.t.._.. .........}. D MATH13 -
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,, as may, be been by the following man tlevoid of.personal l magnet. births, marriages: and "death :an< .n: fl. POTTHll,'M. D., ; thto notice wW be pleaded IB bar ot recovery J. A.$TllA\\DER 11 AN...GEO.I.. BRAN!"ING V

: from the Orange.Caon't.Y Reporter; ism and of no marked ability as nn '! the scores of ot her incidents that d ,39s e PALM BEACH. ruN And all persons owing said etitate are required CARL Council ECHRKBMCK.meeting: ,n the 1st. aad V B.3d M.Tuesday POTTEK.ia

to make life. Even' in the mi to make Immediate payment to me.
To Honorablf Orange County he considered of up w '
orator, yet was one 3EOKGE W. LA1ART each month,at 7:30 p. m.

JtI" cralic Ejcecutiit Committee; the most effective of workers in committee of the! dnifx.:; grind of.? his,work, the S. DUnr. D. Executor nf the Estate, _I e_ V : V

Whereas,. It u tbe fundamental and whenever he : nstieutiotu editor can not I lose .AMM. ,ot Jauie C. Klnnlej. V : '.

principle of this government that room, arose xight uf the a riou: ly reflective: Hud SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN V County Directory. ]' .
the content ot governed ought to speak WAS accoided the most respectful Went Palm Beach.Fla. V

: to be obtained before binding the attention of hs fellow Senators contemplative tide of things about Also a Specialist la Gynecology.Offlc Tbla twenty-iitxth day ot Jura" .A.D. ;

people with laws they are to obey ; 1899. 1-26-9 -.' And Whereas The said who well knew he never "talkedto him. at Residence Saltalr* Cottaee. V CO.UN1Y OFFICERS. V .
-- people ; 8-9-99 i A. E. HG'XSER... _, .. ._ Constf Jol)( V
;. should be permitted to elect by majority hear himself talk." but always has '
NEXT YEAR'S COUNTY FIAR. IT1CEI A.I, QtIUBy.... .. 4ireuisCouflClszt VROBT.
rule all their public servants; A. TIIOIASON.l'. D. 8.Const .
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therefore be it something worth the saying. D R. TA\LOR-ProsecntiDf AUormtfB.
!
That For Florida, no man who ever But EiliToa TtlOl'ICAL St'II: .J. CHILtlXGWUBTlL..Sheriff
Resolved the
Nonpartisan the Circuit
Court of the Seventh
t. I Omaq Clematis Are. and Olive ILoI Judifial U. B. GRCBEK ... ____Tax AMMIOI'
Direct Legislation League of Orlando in the United Sta.te Senate }IwsHm The late fair was the most aucegsfulftxhihit ) I WEST PALM BBACB. HA limit, Dade County flotida.In H.J ANTHONY ..?.. .Tax CollectorE.
respectfully the
Orange most County Democratic request Executive )mpiahed] more. His record us of fruits. ,vegetables and flo... All kIdI at madam .'*nU try: kaowm to theprofttftioa. Chancery. H. DIUICK.. L .. ... .Treasurer
lot crown aDd bridke-worx aspecialty.
Committee to recommetfd to an effective worker for the varied era ever held in the County,if not t&emost T vtl|extracted without pain. alas. LOUISA A. Kau.cu1 Vvs. WILT H. RUSSELL Supervisor of ReglstntitmFXANKLTM V
...
_
r Bill to reform SHEEN Sar.eyZ.T. r-
Governor the Senate Bioxham, for county.to commission.nominate to interests of the State is too well sueessful mid-wlnt fair ever 10-21-98 Office: Boars. ; 41 to u a. aiL and I to 4 p, m. Sryit A. SHELL and I a-? Deed MERhlTTi-Sovt. Public lastraetkm jCOUNnCO.'l"'lJSSIONERS

: era the man from each of the five known to need rehersal at this time. held in Any section of the County mo B. SXKLL. ) V

comaaiasioners. district who shall For Dade County? Senator Pusco which sonets volumes in vavor of To Susie A. Snell and IrrlLg B. Soell- N.w. Pin. ihainniu: .__. Lake W crth :

have received a clear majority of has done all that haseverbeen asked Dade County. over other sections I DANIEL, Greeting: It appearing from the affidavit 01 G. W. LAINIIART..Fain.Beseh '
I votes of the legally qna.ified electors iA. W. SHOXeV Cocoanut .
W. L Metealt. attoraey for said complainant J. V Or T V ;
in each of said districts, the details of him and so much that every citizen, the State. DEN'" T, filed lu the above entitled cause that you are E.LWIJITE ..._.. ... ....Baeaa Vista V

of the election to be defined by >onr every property owner, should feel The only regret in regard to'tli. non-nwMenta of the State Florida and that W.V. RUSHING.,-..-,...V ..NrplllDe

honorable body.ResolvedThat. fair ia that the northern portion of COCOA. INDIAN ttIYBKFLOKlliA.l- In bin belief you residents of 30 South 7th Com l lllloDen meet in regular s.ea loa un $;
grateful.
s. this Direct LegIS. the County had no exhibit. Messrs. Street Minneapolis State ol Minnesota and the first Monday in each uoatb. '

lation League recongnize the rightof Jupiter Reservation is a speaking WALLACE, l{. MOSES, that you are over the age ot twenty-one FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. .
Marshall & March and
Mr. March
majorities in the selection of their ; ol
years and that there Is no one In this State
tribute to' his efforts, and the set tiers MKMBLM rKOM DAD'COCiTT. .
public servants u well as the right Fort Lauderdale, being the only exhibitors Successor to A. W. Robert, upon whom legal service eau be made ID your N. I'IMICK. lIt Beach........Senator
this
td duty of the people to vote upon there are duly giatelnl. Only
behalf is therefore ordered that do I'H
yon appear -
laws intended for their i.orthof Oania. Itw great REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE F.& MORSE MiamI.--. ..RepresentativeCOVN7Y
1 govern morning Senator Mallory said to the to the bill ot complaint filed In said
Agent toe West Palm Beach Town Lots also
and that
meat guidance. Iy desired the farmers truckers SCHOOL BOARD.
.
cause OB or before the
West Beach Water Works..NOTARY
editor of TOE SUN thatto the tireless Palm!
Resolved That the several OrangecooLty 1I
and fruit growers in the northern PUBLIC.Clematis FIRST DAY OF MA.Y A. D. 1899 SDFEIISTKSDEST OF ftBUC L'IiTIICCTIOJr.
U papers hereqoesUd to publish unceasing efforts of Senator Pasco, I Avenue near: Olive Mrvet. |. Z. T, MERRrrT..._........-..-,-_Leaion CllyVEKBKU V I V V
this preamble and these reaolutions. portion of the County, will place the 5-21-97 West i'aluj lieaeh Florida. the same being legal ruta day.It ViS
Of SCBOOi. BO4BD.
in the face of the hardest kind of I. t. V
I U further ordered that thto order -
op. nrodiii-fa___ ._ of_, their_.__ flt__>ldn___ on exHiitinnat II.L-.'. ._u !_ L __ _, _H..bepub-_ h L. W. JACKSON.' hmrman.._._focoaant_ flrorfe r
u n .
U the agi- position, was doe the enormous up- the of ieii' I. METCALF .1-nt. once a ww" tor ioor ruubrcuilienrtKgprior i i1. KISG_.:: :. :. ...._...:...........iJuplter
Not only subject being next meeting GUY to said ht day ot May ot A. D.IKUU.
propiation of |1,000,000 securedby \::. \\.GARNETT._-_.-._.......Hypoluxo
toted all uter the State but the I which will probably take place during In THE TKOPKAL Sex a newspaper published
bun for Miami, and 1 he placing of NOTARY PUBLIC In Dade County and State ot Florida. Order ;V I
rVmtte by a vote of 20 to 4:, pasted' the month of February March. -.- ,
that port on the continuing contract For the State of Florida at Large. 4Id this llth day
u bill providing for the dcHion of Every onesh, uld understand that Deed, Mortgage Leawu and Contracts F. QD1UBT, V ?

inimtoionera by direct vote of the list. That the House confer- this annual, exhibit is not Ifeld in tbe IrattLVCopveyanclng a SloeMalty. Clerk of the Circuit Court V of Dade County.Florida. r State Directory. t

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V
ence committee cut it out was no
people. On this subject the Lees- would .interest of any section of the County AU Ulfil41 Work liaaranteed U TaoPIC AI.Legally HIM IiIIIl Correct.k. W. I. McrcALr. Sol'r tor Compl't. :
Pasco's
fault of Senator
burgh Commercial baa this to say: such, nor idea. i but every section of the County West Palm Beach, Dude County. Fit rlda.T. EXECUTIVE DEiARTMEbT. .1,
an
any sane man suggest '
The growing sentiment in favor of should be represented in the exhibit. w. D. BLOXLIAM..Ooner.orJNO.LVUAWFORD.eCreiZ7OI8ta
from the interior of
the electkaj of county commission. Although .part Dade County has made most phn. D. BKOWN, FOR PUBLICATION. ; fWM.
ers by direct 'vote of the people is the State, Senator Pasco baa always NOTICE H, ItEYNOLUS..Compiroflee 41

N 'cropping out in all directions and a shown th liveliest interest in everything nomenal strides forward in the past ARCHITECT AND BUILDER V DePAKTUiNT Or TDK I.\TEKlllK,) JAME-i B. ""DITFIEID -TreasurerWM.B.L.tMAR..AttorueyGeaeral

eonuenons detuand is being made two years and today stands at the Plans and specifications prepared.... LAND OFHCB AT OAiNtauLtK, FLA.. > i' 1f 1
j
to the East Coast April IT. 189i
the Legislature to pertaining W. N. smUTS __.Snpt. 1'nblic lastroetloB
present
upon work given attention at
-. head of the Use as the vegetable and Jobbing prompt Notice la hereby riren that th following
: change the statutes so as to accomplish and no matter requiring! attention at Shop on Datura Btreet.FRANKLIN named settler has filed noltve of bis Intention L.U.WOMUWELL._ _('.ou..AJrleunure
this much desired end. In a the National Cnpitol wan too small frnit growing County of the State., to make final proof In support of bw claim PATRICK HOl'sTON_ m At'jutsat General V J: V; !
recent letter to the runes-Union and While these 'industries' in and that said proof \\ Ill be wads liefnre I'ler W H.'- ILTONJR>.VV.V.V Surveyor-Ccncrsl ) 1
many
t B. to command his ready consideration SHEEN. GEO. O. BUTLER Circuit Court at Juno Fla.oa slay 29.1899, *
; Citizen tern Tamps Judge J. vis Oftccs at Tallahaaaee, Florfda. .. !.
'irtit.ns of the State almost :
Wall. while commenting on muchreded nor was any man so humble that his p are I SHEEN & BUTLER. EDWARD CAIN, of Riviera, Fla., U. S. SENATORS.H. V
this sub dead Dade County has enteredthe :
: kjtiiJation. says on -quest did not receive attention and just SURVEYORS Rd. 22.58U: for the W. H of N. W. V and W. PASCO.. .... .......Montietlto V
ENGINEERS.
jsct\ ; "A chuge should to made in race; her wild lands are heinz AND* CIVIL H of S. W.J-4. Sec. 29 TP.4S.. R.43 E. i MALLORY..V.FessacuI *
S. R *
the method of Delecting county com his cause assistance. Office! at West Film Beach Ho names tbe following ,ituewieti to prove -

missioners They should be elected Such ill the esteem in which Senator turned into fruitful fields; the wilderness Lands legally sab-divided and maps fur. bill said contiBBpus land TU.. residencenponandroltlvatiool : VMlllnm Taylor ot Riviera U. S. CONGRESSMEN.

by the peuple'oOt so much becaua has been made to blossom as nivhed. Selecting and !grading lands- locating Via.; Henry E. Holmes of Hlvlern. Fla; M. KOBT. W. DAVIS..,? ..... __... P UtU

-: govd men cunot be selected under Pat>cti is held in this part of Dade the rose Lands that a few months and and estimating correct work;timber guaranteed.a specialty.AU Canstnl rouc- J.Kelly UlldentlreTe of Klvtera., ot Fla.lUviera Fla; jeoera S. SfAKKMAN .-.._. ..... ........Tampa

the ptcM-nt I}stem aa because of that we venture to.say that seven manlcaUons by mail receive prompt attention. 4-ao W. G. nOBlN'hOX, KegUter. SUPREME '
dissatisfaction with ago had no value are being sought Uai and Blue friots at Lowe Crt.ees. JliDGES. .
the graving
The eights of our utizenn. regaradlesa of WEST PALM BEACH FLA. 11-7-95 M. It. MABUY.... ChtetJnstiec I
their count farmers'8n
appointment. after by practical fruit
.r favored his re-election and F.B.CARTER AsMCiaM Sostic V 'J
the Direct politics, ,
are
coeimlsuoucr*
of tbe having repre- growers.; Orange and other citrus NOTICE OF fUBUCATION.DEPABTUE: S. F TA1LOK._._ ... .. .. j
cvUUTfi people if the same be not true at the lower BARBER SHOP. .
charge U their moat immediate tnIatpod&n trees are being; planted by the hundreds SEMINOLE R. R. COMMISSIONERS.

; inteiesti, tad the whole end of Dade were the rankelt.Itt'kof of arras. In a few years: from V Wm. Scliaudt, Proprietor.Formcrly.t LAID OrriLE AT>T GAINUVILL OF THK: IstU10fl'LA.., V H. E. D.Chairman ........._...._Galn Tflle

V people should )>ave a voice in their appreciation alter the work done Apr1l10. 1899.) J. L. :MORGAN _..... .___.__Ja per
the north of the ( Hotel Royal Poindaoa.
limits 1 to its
itejt oa." and results accomplished for Miami County Notice la hereby given that the following J. M. BRYAN..._.. '.. ???.KUamaee V :
southern borderwill be one continuous Only \V bite Barber iu the Town. named settler has tiled notice ol her Intention JOHN NGIO.EV.; .Ja. leak,.... ......Arcadia <
bj' bisindividual efforts and influence, to make final proof In support ol her claim .
village while the back country and that said proof .IU be made before lerk Headquarters and offices ot the Butrd at Tallahassee. t
within the past ninety days. Went Palm Beach Florida. of the Circuit Court at Juno Fla..on May V i
SWATTERS ROBBING INDIANS.Tb. will be one solid acreage o! vegetable .12. 1899. vis; .
In view of the fact. that Senator .. .." .. S .V_.V It ".__d_,. _Z UL_ 0- r._ --.
ana truu farms wttn oeautuai ivcy ". araniiey, VJ nuve OU.lnU. rio.. '
eoatinued Imposition of the Pasco was not given a vote on either I homes. ,. tropical The Dade Co nty State Bank Ud. 24,486. for the E. K of N. E. V4 and N.E. General 1

whit* man on the few remaining ballot either by Dade'a Senator or W 01 sj. E. %. Kev 14Tp.4US..R.42t; Directory
She the witnesses tu
following
the whole length name prove _
Let and breadth
West Mm Beach, FJorida. her continuous residence and cultivation -
and possessions of the Beml- Representative he might well say. I upon
right of the County be fully representednext I ot said land vis: W. \. Jtiknon. utlli.be COURT CALENDAR.V V V
V nolei meets with constant and del. with the immortal Shakespeare bouud Fla; John H. Grant, of Hobe
year. Let ns make a strong, Authorized Capital, $100,000.Paid bound Fla. H. Machattie. ol Hobe Sound. (Seventh Ciivuit.) vM.
...", .rebuke at the bands of the "Freese, reeie.. thou bitter sky, Fla.; Jeanie Gcrktiw, of JacksonTlUe Fla .
united effort to develop every sectionof W. u. KOBI.NsU.N: f.'JllIIler. S. JONES ........... .... Circsiuaaft
Thou dost not bite so nigh
Kbslunee Valley Gazette It* latent Up Capital $15,000. 4.18.99" J. REbuS .. __.....* State's Attorsey
A. benefits forgot; our most favored county:
ottfinsf In mmrd to a recent case SPRING TEKM.Odc .
Though thoa the water warp.Thll1t1D,1tI OFFICER8:
MEW 1'.Jt
rUuxs. ola County. let MowlayiaUarrh.
I U Hated as follows
of imposition : not so vbarpsrlrnd
Tp 1M Pui I E. N. DINICK President.U. Orange w !II' V

From various trustworthy sourcesc ,a rememberM not. We have been authorized by Mr. D. HENDRICK80N Vice-Pretldeet. Red Spanish and Lake u h .. V
white have .. .
i learn that pqnMters As a member of the Committee on E. Volasia W 1 April. V
entered Indian Town, about J. Ingrabam Land Commissioner GEO. L, BRAINING, Cashier. .. V
recently e "
r tr milts from tbe Cow Creek Sem- Commerce. Senator Pasco was in a of tbe Florida East Caast Railway PancyPINE1PLE,... i Brevsrd (th'
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to offer the following premiums to Office Hours From a. m. tol m, DaUe 1st Monday after 4ta ) oalsy -
Uole settlement and nu 'tr deceitful piwition to do much for Florida, as 9 p.
be awarded at the net meeting of U April.
prctrosrs *tt rubbing the few lie was fortunate in having the high FALL TEEM.Osceola .
Scmiaole families' there and driving tbe Pade County Agrictt.tural and Seneral Banking Business Transacted V
of his fellow Horti uHnra.l} Fair be County,1st Monday I. October
t It is a scandal eat esteem Senators <; to held at .
then &ay. upon ., .. ..
Collections proiuptly remitted OD'day of It >1 '
lb. government both State and Federal both Republicans and Democrats, Miami : receipt. Drafts bought and sold on the principal Slips and Suckers Orange Lake 4th .* "" t
condition of affairs For till best tingle bm 01 Oran.
that such a and as a safe, conservative man had KHnn iMtttonmy123 00 V cities ot the United States. 4-2-97 Volusla Jd It .' .
ctbts. sad that the depredations of For the U Ht single boa "i rape V Fur Sale, ol the Following Yanetir*, vis Brevsrd flit .. to .
these laMtman land pirates are rentiertd demonstrated fully his ability to Fruit no"'DID Dade County... M3 00 Abbaka Porto Rico
1st Monday after the( _
tit MOBKof
Eorthi> 'test single bos ol Leuiuus t
the -
puauble through neglevtof secure more for Florida than had grown In bade County_" 25 00 To Rent by the Hour or Day, Smooth Cayenne, day ilt NovelD'r. 4 V
; _r the siithorities to protect the
wretched Seminoles. any other Southern Senator for his V Rules for determining the qualityof OHItY NEW BICYCLES IN TOWN. Egyptian Queen, GO VT SIGNAL SERVICE DEP J.J. .

t Iftdtaa Town and Cow Creek are HUite, in the way ..1 National recog tbe fruit the same as are used by Ripley Queen, Qolden Queen, W. CRONK ... ,.. VV ___ .V uiMcrverObservatory

V the last refuges few of families the eastern numbering tr be. nition. That his successor rrr yprov .Other horticultural E. V BLACKMAM societies., Sec'y.No Next Door North Tropical Sun Block White Antigue. at Jupiter IaleLGOV'T
He' art a LIGHT HOVSESERI'IC&UrhI
about...tut.be people. as able conservative and ef.i W. R. MITCHEU, Pernambuco,
: altogether _. .. Proprietor. House at Jupiter luIcJAMESA.AItMOt1L. .
- Enville.
The tract they lue made their fevtive a worker for our fair State I ..., .. Keeper A.JA.WELLS.

V kasBes where osi covers they only have a few picked huadred8CI'f.I. out and that his record may be as far any boats need sending whru, Capt.awa)'A.from T. Rose home can Jor --- fruit Early tram delivery this Plantation can be made having part been picked ol the .. ... ...". '-..-.-... M&MUtaat

V tit* Most. fertile spots for their huts. "'.ove proach as i is that of the pe. build you one as fine ur as cheap as YOU 0 'lY BARBER SUOP, last month. Apply to BES). WELLS. M Awdauai /7

AM 909 these greedy squatters are 'irine Senator i is. the sincere witth of want, See him, and place your order.S&eSurjVourjobUork. First Door South,of the Post Office. C.C. MATTHAMS, (I .S. LAND OFFICE. / I

twtt* allowed to oust them under J THE Sex and hundreds of its reader ., .. Easiest Chairs and Best Florida Pineapple Company, J.M.BARCO.__ .... Register 7 /
-V chest them outIII WAINWIUGUT_... ,___
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the sums of law sic Equipped Shop in Town. N. Eeeen.. f' I IV
die pwducu 01 tbeit 1bur.'V *. SeQd ;. t-9-U. X1LO COOFKB: PrpT. 5-21-97 Weet Palm Beach, FU OflU-** at tiaUesvill t.lorWa.d V

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I LOVED YOU SCX .picture before him, 'bubbling over ai FOUR TIMES SURRENDERED.
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DUG.JltlSIN.E&: FIRMS
: I it was tll life'and mirth gave the lie' t i ; THE EHRMHN H0DSEIs

>drat, I loved yoa so these long to such a thought. The idea of May- 'T.M EMlEB,T'b.a U. TbTM Oren Next -

years put,' May the merriest little 'pel'BOD in the /. IMvb aad Lad .X1les, Whose Cards Appear to this,Paper, now open for Winter Trivet

Wltk aU the panics of, my ardent! ; world lying' cold and silent was too: The town (Ponce, POrt RiCO) first Classified Alphabetically. BEST.0V ACCOMMODATiO .-TABLE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS.'B .

JOGt'. much for the young man who had last j surrendered to Ensign Curtin. of the -- .Ui. in Coan.cstloa.

That o'er ear HTM' a lovely glamour ', seen her having a wild game with a ;! Wasp then to the three officers who Rates Rwscma ble. Short DUtam from the Depot.

cut; ,kitten on the deck of a friend's yacht strayed into it by mistake, then to T D town, West'ARCHITECT Palm BeacjBANKLNG : ) Address Mrs. S. E. EARMAN, WEST PALM BEACH. FLA.
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I staked 07 honor oa your ceaseless He had dreaded that ,little cruise ,Commander Davis and finally to .. .
truta. more than he could say. He had aC General Miles
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Aid nor.with dream/ wonderment 1 but asked her not to go; but from this I Ensign Curtin landed with a letter Dade County Statt Bank, at Reasonable Eates.
1111IDe 1 he,had refrained. deeming it mere sel for the military commander, which de- West Palm Beach Boarding
fishness. I manded the surrender of the port of .. : '
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tenderness of long ago "You don't,mind me going Laurie. the city. The captain of the port Informed BARBERS: MRS. J AS.. McCANN is prepared to accommodate hoarders at bet
The gentle empathy the auwerlnskite
d I f him that the military com-
.a ,do yoc?" she had asked.when the trip I[ rnander was at Ponce, but that he Wm Schandt West Palm Beach'Milo well known boarding house on Clematis Ave., ctos to F K.CB: depot.

And I hare toted yon to. had been saggestedand with a little 1 might be persuaded to surrender if,the : Cooper West Palm. Beach

pleading look in her eyes which was I'I American naval: officer would condescend BICYCLES IS CALL ox HER FOR RATES AND Ron 1I +- Nil

Dear, for one boor one little hour to- irresistible, especially as he had not [ : to drive up to Ponce and make : ,
Geo S Adams West Palm BeachW
,R BlKht. yet the absolute right to give or with..1 his demands in person. The American R Mitchell West Palm Beach

We two nut face the weary length hold permission. Til only be gone oQcer fairly shook and quivered with ...

of 7.rs three weeks dear and then-if you indignation. "Zounds!" and kindred BOTTLING WORKS: THE TRAVELERS

That looms before niare of all de- still have a mind to-you may take me : phrases would have utterly failed to' C CasUllauo. MiamiBUILDING

Uaht. and keep me forever, and forever and express his astonishment .-..---
tlow long will It take that militarycommander NEW MANAGEMENT --
Aid heralded by titter, heart-drawn forever! A lure order. Laurie! Shall 1 to get down here if ha SUPPLIES: ,

tears you want me for so long, do yon hurries demanded Ensign Curtin. Chas Welshana, Jacksonville FELIX GARCIA Prop. Jacksonville Fla.
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Geo S Hacker & Son Charleston S C.
Art we to break the ever-loosenlng .think The tremblinsr captain of the port
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chain Ord never a backward lover had the terrified-frelgn consuls: and- the -
CIVIL ENGINEERS SURVEYORS: Electric Lights, Electric Bells laths Complete & 1Ykt.
i ? That held BS one so closely in Its answered that question by a quietus to custom-house officials thought a swift Franklin Sheen West Palm Beach
f: keep: the sweet lips which spoke It. moving cab might bring him to the p.. The Best $2.00 per day Hotel in Florida.

Or will the sharpness of our present I He had to her off board port in a half hour. DENTISTS
I gone see on :
t.! "Have a telephone about the Take carat the Cnioa bepot and ut the Coo-factor' to top at UM Tntl t t.j.
pain the Orchid and she had stopped in the you Curtin. D A Thomason West Palm Beach

r Be tolled by patience to a ""'hle.pl middle of one of her airy whirls with placer' They had.asked the Napoleonic L T Daniel Cocoa
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the kitten and apiece of scarlet ribbon "Then call him and tell him thatif
Dear, la baIL I leave our after- up DRUGGISTS: BBELSFOED :EROS
r' your to whisper "Mind you have the he doesn't come down here in a hackin
E H Dimick, West Palm Beach
* fate. patterns, ready by the time I come thirty minutes and surruder 1 \
t" With but one prayer for all.the oldtore's back!" shall bombard Ponce.1He "T
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING: Real Estate and Insurance
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sake; e'f The patterns were ready. but nevermore turned his back on :'the.terriAt'ft Thomason & Brown West Palm Beach -

f If you should answer it is all too late thought poor heart-broken Laurie Inhabitants and returned. to the gig. Mrs J Frank West Palm Beach

! To dream a dud affection should ,would May come back to him again I Four hacks started on a mad.race for I Ctrl Schrebnick West Palm beach '
Fe awake Ponce and the ccntfa) officer of the Palm Beach, :Florida.
'"The yacht Orchid which was wrecked Dave Singer Jacksonville
.1 >: Speak without bltterneu. Around us telephone. rang with hurry calls. I -. --- .
last night on the dangerous reef cat- Curtin NOTARY PUBLIC- COTTA(;;: 'A VENT. e
: tic On bis way to the ship Kusign FERTILIZERS: '

The Under memories of Ions ago side lIr.Grlftlths.Alwyn Bay of London.is the property'of a met Commander T'aveis on his way to Wm A Bours & Co, JacksonvilleLittle 6-1-97 Post-OOIce BaUdinr Naf t t : I'oiufUn, tic(elBURKHARDFS
All board
on the shore. "I shall extend this time \
:
Bros
That witness last
mournfully our good
were saved except the unfortunate another hall hour," said Commander --.- .

by- whose body was washed ashore early Davis. FIRE INSURANCE REAL ESTATE:
.'.... e e And 1 &m land you so. this morning.. It ,has been identifiedas Ensign Curtin saluted sternly making Brelsford Bros Palm Beach

"' that of Miss May Carden.'! no criticism upon this weak gen- Wallace R Moses West Palm Beach
erosity on the part of his superior ... West Palm leash Alar aj, 1899.
THE YACHT ORCHID. This was the paragraph which had
; officer, but he could afford to be mag
caught the eye of Laurence Ord as he. nanimous. He at least had upheldthe &FISH Hull DEALERStReynolds West Palm BeachS [Your Life is Not When you are usioz

; Ht was looking at May's portrait had run over his morning paper at honor of. the navy and he will B Miller& Co New York in Danger -'Z-'Novelty

S lovely little miniature-when the breakfast Afterward he had come eo down in tntf Wstory of the war t'hesehomu Rms, New'- York

hoasemald brought the packet to him. upon the !rlt.and longer account but as the middy who demanded: and Otr Caleb Hale:& Co; Nerk., e Blue Flame Oil Stove !INO

The girt entered timidly, with a furtive this was evidently a little paragraph tamed a surrender by telephone. H ...
inserted when further information had FURNITURE:
glance at her master for whom FINGERSBy '
her heart wu bleeding. But" if her been received. OLD GINGER D E Cooper Mfg Co, Jacksonville SHOKE1 NO SMELL Nothing abort them to get oat of

,.t' t timidity! had arisen from the fear of It was evening now, and as the slow 'That Name Did-an ArtUl.I7_ A4- '.- order. So simple in construction that a child CSi\ operate them.

exhibition of terrible hours passed young Ord began to cl/t GRAIN AND SEEDS: perfect safety.
seeing
some sorrow dru O o. Ve Gettjiborg.
Ii It to though von hate to throw the "GayrtUe
one
Wm A Fours & Co Jacksonville pays get even
writhe beneath the of
b' she had alarmed herself needlessly. weight anguish "The artillery fire at Gettysburg." James B Bours Jacksonville Stove" into the rubbish heap-ami that's were it ought to be. if you

No lip of tears, either past or which crashed his heart. His senses said gunner of the old war "was --se.-- value life and woperty.

present was visible"in the'young'man's had at first been blunted by the shock.: simply magnificent I was In an Ohio HARDWARE: Call and ice this wonderful BLUE FLAME OIL STOVE is op.

eyes. They were hard and bright I Now they were awakening to full consciousness battery, posted on Cemetery HILL We M E Grnber West Palm Beach eration at any time

Hard also was his face and the of the Immeasurable,pain. I were running short of ammunition, ..-
clenched lips like adamant. He laid'the miniature down and began when General Meade dismissing his. HOTELS: Price, $5.00 and Up, According to Size and Style.

to walk about the room. He moved Jta/t below, rpde with. a }single overly; The Boynton BoyntonThe
Ht took the thick off the
... e salver glanced at the envelope clerky writing things here and_there.-; He wound the to our. exposed po&itipjp.The boys| Palms, West Palm Beach L. W. BURKHARDT M t (Ml
clock-then his nerveless fingers dropped were: all'at'v1dte pe :tau; ",,tater The Barman House. West Palm Beach ,
,L and at the back upon which was atIrenz. ... because: ,,the' ,ammunition'] Mrs James McCain West Palm Beach .
it with crash. He let it lie where '
,! tamped in blue letters, "W. Robinson a I ,lied! for.oball not. come They:heard.: The Travelers
ft Co. Then he flung it on the table, It had fallen He pulled up the blind the Quiet man .on horseback say repeatedly -: > Jacksonville...

tad u the servant left the room the and looked up at the starry heavens. to the captain that the hill; JEWELERS: -

S sound of harsh laughter broke upon. But it was of no comfort to him to must he held at all hazards ammunition Idner & Son, West Palm Beach. LADmS-

bet astonished ears. She fled to the think of May as dwelling among their or no ammunition. This vexed' Greenleaf & Crosby. Jacksonville
I mysteries. The sight of them did not them but they knew that the officer, --
kitchen and with scared face whispered Have yon wen our New tines of SUMMER DRES GOODS ?
d that she thought Mr Ord bring tears to his scorching eyes, or whoever he was. spoke the truth and LAUNDRY:

poor soften one atom the hard agony which they began: to collect the unexplodedshells Wo Kee, West Palm Beach Iiaoins Dimities Swiss and White Goods -
Blast be"going mad. held him in its merciless grip. He hada ; that had been tired ,at them .-...- Organdies, .
Small wonder, perhaps. (U he were! from the confederate batterieS: LAWYERS:
sort of feeling fiat little May would LACES, EMBROIDERIES end NOTIONS.
He had written a few days before to "There were a great many of these WI I hcalwes.t Palm Beach ,
1 William Robinson tor those patterns rather be with him. He began mechanically scattered over"our part of the hill aud Frank W Pope,Jacksonville 1 HONEST "

to settle the things'oa the when Meade comprehended what the At Sc C1a 4b ms, acksoaville THE PROFIT HOUSE
that be might choose the materials for e: re. ra J ; A a -- -
his wedding suit. What a weighty table to fold up the newspapers and boys were d i ghep.atiipleu .-....- S

matter that choice would have been open his, neglected letters, He was ed. He dismounted and in a quiet MEAT MARKETS:
fighting his pain. The letters were read sort of way proceeded to supervisethe J P Mendel, West Palm Beach
May was to particular about what he
collection of suell$. He was in ," "
without his being a whit the wiser as Will Whidden .
wore. He used to be a little careless '
to their contents. The packet of patterns fatigue dress and wore no shoulder .
About his dress once-going about in HOUSE
the that straps and none of the meQ recognizedhim. MUSIC :
was only thing re-
coats with creases la them and farm- mained. With'another of those pitiful They thought he was some ord- Ludden & Bales'S M H, Jacksonville GIiEj4 G. STROHM
er's boots. Then. In his endeavor to nance officer and finally when be ... .
gain Ka,', approbation he had over- laughs he ripped open the envelope. turned' his horse over to hilt orderly NOTARIES PUBLIC: I
..iil. DEALER IN y...
The into indescribable -
laugh changed an : ti
4 ooa. It la the opposite direction sport- and proceeded to carry shells himself W R Moses, West Palm Beach
-" cry. There were no patterns in they did not resent his supervision. I Metcalf West Palm Beach
tog collars of absurd height, and impossible Guy !
the envelope. Instead there were three is a rule the shell were heavier than and Groceries
ties enduring like a martyr Staple Fancy
thick sheets of paper each of which the general expected and be did not NURSERY STOCK: ,
the pinch of patent leather shoes a size
had "Walter Robinwn & Son. Solicitors compare In efficiency with the stal-
Beach
John B Beach, West Palm
too small for him and getting himself
Alwyfr Bay" printed It. The wart artillerymen rushing about with
upon
a little chaffed by appearing in suits : scrawl-a the recklessness and energy of mad- HIPHOTOGRAPHER Grain and all Food Supplies. .
writing penciled dear
was a :
nnmlsukably In advance of the fash men.
familiar scrawl Laurence read it on West Palm Beach
J B O'Donoghue,
of the best
lone "John Snicker was one -tCOUNTRY -
his knees sobbing 'out his thanks to'God. -.e.T
May with gentle tact had'changed men in the battery but was rough in
all this. Never hurting her ardent Three sentences and the signature speech and action. Seeing, as he suppos PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS: PRODUCE.
will sufficiently explain R B West Palm Beach '
d. a lieutenant or captain from Potter.
young lover by open condemnation of. is Fresh i ia S ock. ,
Always Kept
1 his apparel but by artful suggestionshad "I was brought ashore half-drowned the outside stooping' to pick up a shell H C Hood .
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first roused him to an Interest in Mr. Robinson a lawyer has be pushed: _the officer aside.with the N S Burnham ,- Your Patronage:: Solicited .
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shelter. Mr. remark: net out oi this, old Ginger
I his attire then toned dawn his somewhat kindly given us PINEAPPLE PLANTS:
Fingers! four mind's willin' but your
crude taste, and finally schooled Griffiths is addressing" this.a. body weak and you are in the way. G C,Matthams, West Pam BeachRESTAURANTS -I-U \'est, palm l3eaob, 'la.
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.i him into that quiet perfection of dressing Your loving May. Meade, surprised and amused stood -

# which Is the attribute of a gentle aside. A few minutes,later General :
West Palm Beach
Schmid's
man. He had written for the pattern A.tlac ar c.tr Tsates. Warren and staff rude up for a conference Cafe
Will West Palm Beach
Melton
' I from Robinson's a few weeks before "Did you ever notice the cats about with Meade and the cat was F
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the Important suit should be needed, as the oyster stands o! the city?" asked out of the bag. -

, he wanted to 'have May's opinion with a gentleman who takes an Interest in confusion'Snicker that was so he overwhelmed almost had a with fit. L w Burkhardt/West. RETAIL GROCERS Palm BeachJ ;. Haw Store New Guilds Rock Bottom Prices 1 1TflOfJlASOfl

regard to the materials. Already the zoology "They are invariably a* fat The sergeant tried to comfort him F OliverVest Palm BeachJ

little laughing gay girl had begun to as butter. That is because they get with the !Assurance that General D Maihis, West Palm Beach

be,more than a mere piece of loveliness plenty of shell-fish to eat and, by the Meade would excuse; Informality under Glen G. Strohm. West Palm Beach & t3 OWfi

.. for his admiring eyes to rest upon. : way. the fondness of cats for that kind such circumstances, but John insisted _e_

He consulted her about everything. He of diet is a mystery which I'd like to that what scared lum was that he SHOE REPAIRING:
!Dealers in Dry Goods Shoes Ladies' and Gentlemen'sFurnishings
had no sisters and until the last year- hear some evolutionist explain. A cat : never came so near kicking a man in .W R Mitchell, West Palm Beach ,

when the death of an uncle and the will go crarv over a shrimp, and it is his life without doing it as he did --.--... t and Notions. II .
Inheritance of fortune had made him General Meade when he stooped to STEAMBOATS AND MACHINERY:
a all the same whether it's a city'eat or '
pick\ up the shell He was grieved to Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co, We buy for wish and sell.for(each so give lower prk-ra thin .tor** .hn gift
had lived soll-
his own master-he a cat that water
a hayseed never saw tnmk he hadn't recognized Meade and Jacksonville.TAiLORI credit. Our motto i*, Quick lIalp mllJ small i>rt fits, and no discrimination.
tary life in a remote country town except in a cistern It's a:taste bornin -...
was in a panic whenever he thought l hut self to nil nt same price uooda are all
with the relation by whose sudden i them like their fear of dogs, and about what might have happened bad : | ll-10-tf plaint marled in tos'i j .
death he was enriched. May Carden, the question is. How the mischief did he acted on tare impulse and kicked Abe Safranek & Son West Palm BeachTRANSPORTATION

one of the first young ladies he cameItI'CU they acquire it? tuii general icium.iudicg the army." -.-- -

IB town had taken his heart by to the evolution' theory, LINES: i
"According
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A ltiltir-U>u> Indian River and Lake Worth Steamers
storm. The mixture of frivolity and such trails are inherited and traceableto God of our country, with, thy might Ocean S S Co. JacksonvilleF CITY MEAT MARKET
sound practical sense ID her nature conditions back toward the ,
away Bless thou the battle for the right! C Ry, Jacksonville
wu exactly what he needed. The one begin&tag of things. That would seem Let every thundering turret-gun .. =-UE.lLt.tt: IN- -

broke the crust of a certain morose- to indicate: that the primal cat was a Proclaim thy righteous will be done. ..WHOLESALE GROCERS:

.ess born of SB unloved life and the fisher; but,how is one to reconcile the Through hall of shot and clang of Pop e .?at"1..1..-. I'jksonvilleFirstGlass WESTERN | FLORIDA MEATS,

other steadied the propensities to ex idea to the instinctive abhorrence of steel,
From filming deck and olvering keel, POULTRY BUTTER and EGGS.
j travagsnce of taste and living which the tribe for water? Their craving for ,
To thee our hearts we lift Oh thou
unexpected wealth had not unnaturally .
shellfish certainly so pronounced
1" Who helped our fathers help us now!
Game in J. P. MENDEL
Season.
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\ t aroused that there must be an excellent reason Proprietor.

After that Unjh.of harshness whichhad behind it, and altogether it is quitea To none, but thee 0 Lord we bow. '. ,: ', ., ,> :2-1999 WEST PALM BEACH." FLORIDA

M startled his servant Laurence pretty litte problem for some savant I Nor ever did, and will not now:

F" ; Ord went back to the study of Maya It is too hard for me." Nor ever has our standard been
In the dust
Dragged by king or
It indeed veritable
portrait. wu a

-May" face Cheeks lib young roses, DrIttulaThe This queen flag we serve east west north, aHl110l! aarnosans h i
halt brows aa hawthorn twigs lips
figure of Britannia' the coin south:; _-r rAnd
which were akin to the deep pink buds of the' realm i neither a fancy figurenor now ''proclaim 'from cannon's

of tae apple blossom and eyes taken from the antique. Accord- mouth; ..a.es ,
ing to the historian Grammont. it la Let vengeance still be thine; and we -- -- --

Tact with azure. like two crystal wells a full-length portrait of Frances Theresa Thy sword to scour the western sea. I CONSIGNHENTS SOLICITED
That drink the blue complexion of theskies. I -John Paul Bocock.
Stuart, Duchess of Lennox painted
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:I by Lely. and still extant at Letting- Whath.. War Co
These latter laughed ,back as if" in ton Castle East Lothian Scotland. It Twenty-one warships. I
merriment to the hard gray was' Charles IL who caused this ladyto Two armies defeated and captured.
mocking emblematical Cuba 41.C55; square miles and 1.6UO- H.EYSER
ones which were looking down OB be represented as the 000 inhabitants. --

them. A lOb of anguish broke in a figure of Britannia. Porto Rico 3,550 square miles and #-

groan from Ord's lips. He tried to 300,000 inhabitants. Fruit and

:1 teallac that those dancing eyes wen I ......c..t San DiaL The Philippines, Illt326 square miles Commission
the Son Office. .
dosed forever. Tried-tried as mail The largest sun dial in the world U and 8,000,000 inhabitants. Produce -

and many a bereaved one baa strive Hayou Horoo a large promontory, extending The Sulu Islands! J50 square. miles

U vain to do-to grasp the fact thai 3.000 feet above the Aegean ind 75,000 inhabitants. 118 S. Gay St., BALTIMORE, MD.

tke dear would never speak agiln; Sea. Aa the sun swings 'round the Stray Islands: in other groups.A .
Dps.!
\ year ago Spain governed over 10.. Fair and Honorable De&Ha .
thai ao lDore until the day of reiur- shaaow .of this mountain it touches, I Thorough Responsibility. ;
000,000 people outside of her
reason weald so much u the faintest one by one. a circle of islands, which limits. Now she governs less than OWl Remittaacss forwarded Day Qood are Sold

tinge the still white fact. Ti act aa hour marks .
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8' ; SHE tftfiMTAL: StfN,. W g T ,frALtf'BEJCfl,.PtOfilDA,,'t UBSDA Vi APRIL JO 1899., .- :'., -
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i I I 'Mathushek PianosAre THE BALTIMORE T1LOR:u :

:'NY. .GIRL : I l bureau. 'If ever anything happens USES FOBWOOD PULP ,
;.;.... ," 1 to me* he said 'dont lose a moment ': '
riftnw With a Name & SON
SAFRANEK
)Ier,bright t!u. her :but look Into this drawer; throw awaytverything ABE
el s. golden hair, ,
Hor thelefthand THE MODERN WAY OF CONVERTING Pianos Thai Have A Reputation
cUrm1D.g so SaltgarWincing : that you will find in MANAGERS OF
i frusced'my, bill partition and keep what maybe TREES INTO USEFUL ARTICLES.Tfca -' ..., second f.t' unu3Vvxare the .

in the right'"' Oat-Balf tae kind 1.ha\h 't' flood the test of The Three Friends "' .

: warB.a debonair .Together ,we ransacked the old bureau Material CMte about time an haHatir Qetl tie most

Her ThI'oUlh'wltth1De me.amUes.did dart.,Her saucy+ stare and at length Nell touched the Pric Tttephwf.*U* OsetaeArttei.T.tegrapkstd FlM u4 Bricks forent .. .. critical' musician in evrry way. Tailoring Company. '.

spring which opened the secret drawer. &u Nail ....taetu'". They Are Not

And then 1 wondered could It baweb The light of the candle which I of held It Is wonderful how extensively paper -r. ,, old btj. le pianos that have been SUITS MD PANTS MADE TO mil' ,

That exquisitely
a prize *as meant for me; struck out a gleam from a pile I U taking the place of such substances reeled for an'.ben' offered (
I.scarce could realize.So. made false stones which lay as wood brick and Iron In various mechanical yearn ;* .1
left hand while on &a "grat bargains, nor are
the
in a partition on trades. For instance boardsof Cleaning Pressing! and Repairing
fearrull trembling with Lambton diamond. 10'"-grade"pianos ,
dismay, the right was the all and shapes are now manufactured they "cheap, '
Kr fortune at her feet I lay, "My poor father" she moaned u I wisps wood faithfully made to sell "at half price." A Specialty.FIT .
out of pulp very
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And plead with"deep emotion! held her. "He Is ruined forever-and. ,
Thedaughter of a convicted to resemble the grain and texture of Every Piano Is New, AND WORKIiAKHlP 6UARANTEEO.WEST # '
1 waited then-'twbt I. too. kind of wood. The material,costs in the
hope and fear; every and every part Is made
flu thief Is no fit wife for an honest man. of the genuine FLA.
spoke so low I scarce could hear about one-half the price Matliuchek PALM BEACH.
Factory,
t "My darling! You are a wife for a cabinetmakers -
was In met commotion. article, and is used by carpenters thatit will
king and as for your father. I swear picture frame makers and which is a guarantee -

And tlushlnr she crave her sweet consent to you that I will,save him yet" boat builders for panelling wainscotingand last a lifetime.

; Even as spoke an Idea had flashed decorative work generally where Why Take Chanceson Chinese Laundry, .. :
Modestly her eyes to ground were bent. into head which startled me by its
my
lightness and durability are required.Two cheap pianos when the Old iWO
And now I content
was I had thoughtout
audacity. In a moment
detail.I excellent qualities that the paperboards and Rf liable Mathnshek can be KEE Proprietor. L ,

Young men I say go do the same; made every the atones Lambton dia- possess are that they are not bought at prices and terms to

W. without wife is all too tame mond and up all into, a packet, carefully subject to warping and dry rot.appearance There ....Give-;., ; w: suit you? There are more than Shirts ........ .:...._..'........ ...-...... Joe 1\
And weary years misspent no bad knots to ear the .... :
the secret drawer; and cMtriv- are 15,000 Mathnshek Pianos in Open Front..... ._ 2 fur 2e
__ closing without being seen.and' of the surface and as the material issmqoth Have Collar.............. ....... ....... ...... 3X .I
ing to get away brother'shouse and does not require planing. the South "You Should cute .. ........_... _............... Be ;-. ;
NOT OTILTY. went straight to my avoid the and can be easily cut with a fine saw, One." Ladles'Shirt W.\alt..... .. ,_ ......".. 15C c ,
in Kent managing to t, r ;
seems every reason t..A. bsthere *, Genuine. Mathushek Pianos .
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The famous Lambton diamond threw service of a subpoena. Thus I was not lleve that It will,in time be used even are only.old by. .. FIRST-CLASS WORK G RAnEF.D. -
present at the police court proceed I
back the light from its facets -
many more than it is. LUDDEN & BATES'M. H. WEST PALM BEACH. ,
and brilliant colors shot from ings. flagstaffs I Banyan Street J
strange poles '
Telegraph and telephone
committed for trial ."'red Kahn, Manager. 2
,Ita depths. It was the finest stone I Mr. Nugent wu and spars for small sailing vessels *. i ii ii .3
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and meanwhile.1 stayed in the country 29 Ea t Bay St., Jacksonville, lila.O'DONOGHDEJ .
had ever set in my lite. are the latest development in the TheSun..i. !
working each, night In my locked CHESEBRO BROTHERS,
The ring, now that it was finished. with the tools I had brought I line of manufacture from paper. They

was fit even to adorn the hand of Lady room with me, until the'gray dawn filtered are made of, pulp in which a small <, 1 Fulton Fish Market New York. ,:
Grindolea Forrest the beauty and tallow and other Ingredients -
amount of borax = :
closed shutters. .
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did notavy under my cast Wholesale Commission Fish Dealers.
heiress I
of the season. But In the are mixed. These are .
When I saw my old employer .., ..,
Lord Lambton his fiancee; ,. I form of a hollow'rod j
young at the in a mould in the
shocked
dock at the trial I was Are l
sad in the land. and length. Our Indian River Specialties :
'ROUND
u pretty u any ghastly change which had come over of 'the desired diameter THE ALL. ,
I wu about to'take the ring to Mr. The poles and spars are claimed to be SPANISH MACKEREL

Nugent when Nell herself ran in. She him.Theevidence at first went steadily lighter and stronger than wood. They POMPANO KINS-FISH l

vat employer's daughter and his against him. Lord Lambton swore do not crack or split and it Is said that =PHOTOGRAPHER, BLUE-FISH ;

Hut wu upstairs over the large I that the stone In the ring delivered to when they are varnished or painted SHEEPSHEAD, '

show-room in Clifford street. It was him by Mr. Nugent's own hand wu not the weather does not affect them. Besides V"Has to in West Palm SEA TROUT, ETC.
come stay
la my own Nell I had a girl u good his diamond. One expert testified that possessing'these advantages the :

atalnat all custom for Nell to come not only was the.stone te now saw paper-made article can be made fireproof Beach, and is now fully prepared U I INDUCEMENTS TO SHIPPERS ABE:
x flows to my workshop for her father diamond but not a by saturating It In a strong solution .
not the Lambtoa do work to gratify his patron's: Retaras ad fill VIrtet Yilsu!
But today When ,
disapproved our engagement genuine Jewel at all. but a marvelous oJ alum water. thoroughlydry .. '' lOUR
ah* bad not been able to resist the imitation. Another wu not so posi the paper poles and spars thus Forwarded
on Application
temptation of having a peep at the tive. Indeed he was not prepared to treated will resist the action of flames.
'I.r. Correspondence Solicited.F. _
La&btoa, diamond&t swear that it was false. The manufacture of enamelled paper .,,' ', ino oiasouic BIoc! .
Jut u she had slipped it on her fingr Then I went Into the box. I wu very bricks which commenced In 1896, has "t, I
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and wudancing about twisting cool now,' for the game I had deter- now become a definite Industry, as / PALM BEACH. 1
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her' hand that the marvelous stone mined on had cost me many a qualmof the material has been used for building ,- I F.: A. REYNOLDS
Bight catch the light the door opened conscience., But I had no intentionof purposes all over the United States ,
gel Mr. Nugent entered. I preparedto cheating Lord Lambton swearing with very satisfactory results A Chance to do Your

defend Nell from a harsh reprimand falsely or tarnishing my personal The production of these bricks on CALEB HALEY & CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

bat none came. Her father appeared honor. the hollow principle is 'a marked fea- IN
Oddly preoccupied merely took the The preliminary question of the prosecuting ture In their form the object being Wholesale-Comm. iliioD-Dcalen-- !-n SHIPPER AND DEALER .

flag from her examined it earnestly counsel brought out the fact practically the same as that sought In ALL KINDS OF FISH.

and snapping the lid of the case down that I had designed the ring's setting, the making of hollow forged steel ,

upon It, placed it in his pocket and r and done all the work upon It shafting. Not only is a defective center Special Attention given to the sale oi POMPANO :

walked away. "What'sort'of stone was It your employer removed but it If possible to put a southern Fish. SPANISH: MACKEKKL,'

t Next day'I was sitting at work.when gave you to. set?" wu the next : mandrel into the hollow and by applying POMPANO BLUR }VISH TROUT SHEEP' SPANISH{ EACMEL.

1 saw a hansom drive up and Lord question."An pressure the. ,walls are operated HEAD RED SNAPPER SHAD etc. ,
Lambtoa jump out. He came hastily extremely valuable white, diamond upon from both inside and outside. 'I

: Into the showroom which adjoined the ," 1 replied. When a solid body is heated the tem- J"i1i 7 CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED, and BLUE M.

; 0. where I wu sitting and where "Do you swear that you set the gen perature of the Interior always varies :: I'ROMPT RETURNS.

Mr. Nugent waL&ouDdreU. uine stone and delivered the ring when from that of the outer portion at first I 14 Fultoa Fish Mirket NEW.YORK. R J J2'

; I heard him say and finished to the prisoner often resulting in the expansion of one A1. m m rm *" i** m WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. // .1
ean.NYou "
wild scarcely believe my "I do. or the other that causes the defects. It ,.. -
thotght to fool me easily by a false "Do you consider It possible that that 11 'for these reasons, that(the plan, of. Geo. S. Hacker& Son BOX .". ....... i
I as good a Judge of might have been taken out and hollow .
tone; but am stone forming the bricks, upon,.the, '!" : "' .. ,. \ ;
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Jewels u you are. You are a thief an imitation one substituted? principle and plugging them after ,
done with 'heoIuoa4I But I could tell whetherthe ... r I
air! What have you "Certainly. ward is of advantage: Sawdust is .. WHEN in Jacksonville be sore and v!. &
: iatrustd to you?" ring had been tampered with'since found to ba a rood filler for.this. VIM- it your Old Friend who will surprise I

1 tat HUL I understood very well It left my hands""Take pose. It t; first fireproofed as is also I y-o with Bargain in t
that Lord Lambtoa had deliberately this then examine it. and Inform and Goods Clothing: and -f
pulp,used in the bricks Dry
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accused my employer of trying to palm .! .the court If that 1s the stone yon I then paper it Is mixed with cement and pressed : Gents' Fnmishlngs.i_ ,.j jD.

08 pea him aa Imitation diamond set" Into the hollow of the bricks and ftT" SINGER, Manager, !
yet I knew that I had set the true alone The ring was handed to me and a smoothed and enamelled over ii Bridge Street, i
04 delivered It to )Ir. Nugent; only hush fell upon the court The kind of ii-.qe IAiKSONWLLE.P1AR1f4: *

ywttrday.My lull which'denotes that a vital point in SplUera Help Make B.n..... workThe e '1
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employer himself was a skilled a case has been reached.I school at Challs- .
In the professional W. B. MITCHELL, i;
workman though act a good designer I put my hand In my waistcoat pock. Meudon the spiders have now to spin
ai>4 la the time that had elapsed beI I et for my jeweler's glass and the for the benefit of the balloons whichare Shoe Repairing Neatly Done, Harness 'Ji

'weea my handing him the ring and sharpest eye could not have seen thatI used for scientific and military re- OF Sewed and Repaired. j

F his transferring It to the owner be also drew fortha new ring made In searches. The spiders are grouped in MANUFACTURERS Out-of-town customers will receive t

coold have removed the atone and replaced the secret hour *of night-an, exact dozens before la reel which withdraws Doors Sash promt attention. Shop on Olive Street 1

It by another. counterpart of the other save that It the delicate,threads. One spider can next door north of TonCAi.SuH Build

Aa I thus speeclated on the astounding contained the real Lambton diamond.At give a thread from 20 to 40 yards Blinds MouldingsAND lag. 818tlYouBuy'Erh" :j
Nugent himself the glass to }
aeeiuatlon. Mr. length I returned my In length after which performance It is .
opened the door of the workroom. He pocket. and With it the ring wift the released. The threads are of a pink- .. -, -- _" I Serve 'Em!" 1
looked keenly at me. u if wondering false stone. I could hear my own heart .,
washed to the
ish hue and are remove Building Material, OYSTERS Cooked M you like then. willie _
If U would be safe to trust me. beating, but handing to the court usher sticky surface layer. Eight threads you ."it. Served All Stylet,indataU hoars, .1
"Did you hear anything of what the new ring said firmly In replyto have to be combined. The resulting CHARLESTON, S. C. between 6 a.m and 11 Drinks p.m.and dgan. ,j jIlefre..hmmtl.l'old

passed in the next room!" he questioned. the counsel snappish: "Well. ?" of the.prosecuting texture is much lighter than ordinary Tropical SunJokDepartment tJIr Largest_Factory, South. WILL BELTOH'S SESTAUHiBT. .'-

silk of the same talk, and strong cords Send for Prices. Olive Street, Went Palm Beach
I admitted that 1 had. "I swear unhesitatingly that the setting balloons ran no doubt ue =
for military y -- -----
shall be triumphantlyacquitted. of this ring hu not been tam-
"Of cons I this .
obtained in way.Beaeat
." he announced clearing his !, pered with and that this is the genuine" I -NAIvClSSDS STREET. ,1,1l
throat huskily as he spoke. "Stilt. Lord diamond which was given me to set. .( Peerage''Every )- .
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,. LaBbtaa can make things disagreea- The doubting expert pricked up ,hla one may 'not know what the I l MY SPECIALTIES: '!

fcle. And look here. Wade I haven't ears, the prosecuting counsel, with term "benefit of peerage" Implies. A THECORNER. .. .
always been u friendly to you u I Lord Lambton and the treasury"solic peer can demand a private audience of f:: ---

Matt but I can trust you. You'll bean itor were whispering over the ring. the sovereign to represent his views on FANCY FAMILY GROCERIES. ,

important witness. Do what you "M'lud" said the eouJllel.I ask per. matters of public welfare. For treasonor FRUITS
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tan for me. for the girl's sake. mission to recall the expert"I felony he can demand to,be tried by I a CAUFORNLDRIED

I wu given BO time to answer for at stepped out of the box and the expert his peers; he cannot' be outlawed in x FANCY TEAS AND COFFEES.

thai moment Lord Lambton returned 'stepped In. The new ring was put any civil action nor can he be arrested FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES "
a with two Scotland Yard men. lly employer Into his hand a friendly ray of sun unless for an indictable offence and he.Is Prints Letter Heads r GROCERY IN SEASON. S

was given into custody and shine lighting up the Jewel exempt from serving on juries He a

taken to 'the police station to bebargtd. "This is.very remarkable..he said at may,sit with his hat on in courts of Note Heads : fl'

the detectives: remaining to last "It's the t first time I have ever Justice and should he be liable to the StatementsBusiness NEW.STORE NEW GOODS COURTEOUS TREATMENT.

earth,, the tctmlsea. made a mistake. This stone Is genuine.I last penalty of the law. he can demand ,
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Mr. Nugent being a widower with cannot doubt It" a silk cord instead of a hempen Cards
only oas child the management of the And so the prisoner was free; but rope.! Prompt free Delivery on Both Sides of the Lake.

.., feuln*.s practically devolved on me when the verdict of "Not guilty" was Bill Heads
.., the AI..I... Maileal ta.tru.eat.. .
sad u the detectives ransacked pronounced a faint groan echoed It, '
place. they put many questions to me and a dead man wu taken from the A new use for aluminum is reported :And all kinds of Fine Stationery J. F. OLIVER, Proprietor.,

U to where the stones were kept. The dock. A spurn of the heart had proved from France where attempts to con

tafes were all pointed out to them, but fatal. struct violins, bass-fiddles and other ,.b

they teemed disappointed with their S e e &tr1ng'instruments of this metal have Are You, Supplied? ATTENTION MERCHANTS

operations. Six months later Nell and I were been entirely successful. It is stated .

LaU la the evening they came to me married. On our honeymoon we were that these instruments produce a richer '

to the workroom and holding out the walking In a lane near Ilfracombe sound than those manufactured of ,--a --t.. .r MIAMI BOTTLING WORKS
rlas that I had made to* Lord Lamb- when we came face to face with Lord wood and that this is especially the Give us a Trial Order THE j

teL eu of them said: Lambton who was stopping with his ease with higher notes. to deliver, EXPRESS PREPAID, to all responsible parties ( 4
Is prepared
"lhU is Jour work we understand. bride In a neighboring country house. I .
U that the stone you set r -Ah. Mr. Wade!" he exclaimed. "1 X* Objectionable Llt.-..." la Baltic. BOTTLED SODA, POP, GINGER ALE, etc., ;

I glanced it It. hat I only replied: "I haven't seen you since that very mysterious In Russia many scientific and miscellaneous Solicited and Satlsfictlot Gmnnteed.-
4oat call myself an expert In precious case of mine. Do you know I books are not allowed to be And We Will Patronage .f Dade County Merchants

stones, and all I can say 1s that this I have always since thought of you--asa sold simply on account of a few objectionable C. CASTELLATW, Prop. MIAMI.. ,FLA.

one prtdseiy resembles In size shape very-clever man?" lines. But If any one needs U-24-tf.
sad appearance the one give me to "Thank you." 'said quietly. "Will the book he can send a letter with a

let" you allow me, my lord to present you certain fixed sum of money, and get ,'., ....
hits this statement wu practically to my wife-the only daughter of the special permission to order a copy. Clarence. U. Miller uun Longbclhara I

Us* that one glance had been enoughto late Mr. Nugent" Drake Disputes. Please you.... 8. B. MILLER & CO. !p,
show at that I wu not looking atthe Lord Lambton raised his hat looked Hew
Lambton diamond. keenly at pretty Nell shook hands with When the Dyaka,of Borneo have to _EUbtUbed I8. -

I wu about to lock up the place for us' both and murmured: I decide which of ttra parties is in the WHOLESALECommission ..
the sight, when Nell came In. It was "Ah I'understand!" right, they have two lumps of salt of -

time she had let me see her equal size given them to drop into water -
the first blips Fish Dealers.
slate her father had been taken away. P.p.r tail ,and he whose lump first dissolves Is '
something I must say to A process has been discovered by deemed to.be in the wrong. .
Tatrt's
she panted "something rYe which sails of vessels of all kinds can 7 Fulton Fish Market, NEW YORK.
yea, all day lest it should I be made out of paper pulp and It Is Preach SeirehliKBti.
Wild to ir '
been late but I dared not let any claimed that they serve quite as well Acetylene Is used In a new French SPANISH MACKEREL, SHEEPS-HEAD, 'BLUE FISH, /

tit too father confided as canvas and are very much cheaper. naval searchlight which is designed to GREEN 1I
suspect A month ago ..no, (. POMPANO, RED SNAPPER, TURTLE ETC. / .
oat that he had lest a great deal They swell and flap In the wind like have the generating apparatus mounted '

.0'7-1'.114 to mt he showed me bow to the genuine old-fashioned article and below the deck with a pipe run- Stencils Promptly Furnished. IMoif /' ..
of supposed to be uctearable. Ring by the mast to the e
drawer in his Chippenlale are up urur.
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WY...P5 So.C. E. FOR THE.WEEK THE LEAGUE TOPIC FOR THE WEEK
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I T.,.tlM..Wllk Comment- Prepared by W_ .aun.nU<,,t>; Win.. K..Rile-ingleeta. With Cmnmcnt fcy-W... K. n.h._.... !': : .; ;' ..' *. (MRS. A. HAN ELSMAN, Proprietor)
JMU th. Way Md th Troth adthUf ; .
.. na....,for O.BnU BeacUac";rr C.*> pared fur C.. .f !>..(.<* and a allta.-- .
,John u. 1-14- ......u.a Bow Cfcrirt MakMTjM of Coin.LivM. .. Far CraiUUrmtlMi How Chrkt' Italic* f "
Salth C.'. Him, I Am til*Way.th.Truth : -
__ Mark 14i It-It. UM.f CCUHBOB Live, Mark 1&: II-II. -' ,' ::: .t: : HAS MOVED INTO ITS
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..iaUa._ Life, ....ba 14: .. -: .' "*" -'" 4
Where ,there li ,ene so-called greatopportunity'for Faithfulness Is true greatness. It is i' .'- e g
"Let not your heart be troubled; je
>doing good or being believe in God. believe also In me." as necessary in little things u in great

treed of God In any war, there arethousanda events, and it should be practiced,by NEW STORE
Peloubet "In order to understand
iUf. 'of chances of.doing what we the meaning says of the first verses those in humble positions in life u well

Jjt ,call the common duties,and where one' of this chapter it Is necessary to remove as those who are in exalted positions. .

.)<" man or woman of note is used to per- the veil which covers thew by Jesus made use of what are called Advertisers
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f. form some great act there are scores of their separation. from chapter 13. "common people" when he selected the IN THEWHILLDIN

"common folks" who,have been made Turn back to 13; 31. Jesus reveals to material for the foundation of the

great by doing what appeared to them His disciples that He is about to go Christian church. When the Saviour

, to be nothing more nor less than their away and leave them and that they i .was walking by the Sea of Galilee, he

ordinary duty. If they had waited fdr cannot follow Him for the present did not look for "great" people, but BLOCK.
lie shows Peter that although bethinks
something great or wasted itxelr time with his he called the lowly fishermen, and de- '
he is willing to go
' longing to be numbered among eminent Master ejen to death he is not yet clared he would make them fishers of Who Use the i-

people, they never.would;are occupied willing or prepared, for before morn- men. This might not have seemed If you want.NEW GOODS call there and get them. i!

the place In history they do to-day. ing he should deny him three times. like a great opportunity to the worldly

When Lather took, the stand he did Doubtless all the disciples felt the wise and prudent, but these lowly fishermen

no one thought It would send his name gloomy foreboding that they also obeyed the Lord, and to were

ringing down through the ages. And might fall if the brave Peter could not.I exalted. -",. INDIAN RIVER AND LAKE WORTH STEAMBOAT SERVICE t

tr so it was with Whitfield, Wesley stand. There WAS treachery among Some one has truly said, "The dif
their number. Their enemies were Columns of
Fletcher and Fox, they all merely did own ferent capacities advantagel,.and situations I -BKTWESH- .
and fierce and strong. If the ,
r their duty as common people and their many head of the kingdom went away what of men are owing in generalto .' TiTUSYILLE, ROCKLEDGE, J JENSEN AND PALM BEACH k

faithfulness made them great could the disciples dot They could see the wise providence of God. It is .

George Washington. casting his lot only danger and disaster and "dark of-little Importance to us what our sta 1 1 CONDENSED .SCHEDULE.

with a mere handful it brave loyal ness that could be felt? tion'in life is or what are the duties <'" ; .
On and after ,11th 1899.
men little thought that ne would be Then It was that Jesus comforted belonging to it, but of the greatest : Tuesday, February ,

j called the Father of this great country them with these cheering words, "Let whether we perform or neglect th m.. -satyR BOUND= '

and be held up u & model to the school not your heart troubled.." It is not of so great moment how long THE Leave
TitusvLle, daily Sunday and Wednesday 4.00
: except
"In Father's bouse there are p a
children of our land. In.the mercantile my or how short our time and service aa '
world It Is the same: many of our many mansions; if it were not so I how well we hare fulfilled them." ,. Arrive Rockledge, / CSOpn4.00pm'

largest companies and moat lucceSsfulbUltneu would have told "you. I go to preparea Levi the tax gatherer*obeyed the Leave Titusville, daily except Sunday and Wednesday, .

I houses were established by place for :you. Master's call and became Matthew the Arrive Jensen Daily except Monday and Thursday, 10.00 a m'4.00pm
Of late, in certain sections, there has I
. very ordinary people with limited been quite a revival of the worn-out disciple. The friends of Levi no doubt Leave Titusville, Mondays,Tuesdays and Fridays, .

means. argument there is no heaven or hell in expostulated with him but the Word TROPICAL Arrive Palm Beach following day, . 2.30pm

When the founder of the Adams Express existence now, but that they will be tells us that when Jesus spoke, "he left .

Company' started to deliver pack- created In the last great day. all. rose up and followed him." In -NOBTH BOCSD.- .

:: ages with a wheelbarrow and his wife Those of us who believe that "To be leaving all, he gained more than ht Leave Palm Beach, Mondays Wednesdays, Thursdays, 9.00am

attended church services dressed in a absent from the body Is to be truly' thought Arrive Titnsville
following day, 12.30pm
calico dress and wearing a sun-bonnet, present with the 'Lord," cheerfullyand The lesson of how Christ makes ns Leave Jensen, daily except Thursday and Saturday ; 8.00pm
no one thought his delivery!! business joyfully accept the teaching that
of common lives teaches that he makes
house is "both ft State > Arrive Titusville, daily: except Sundays and Monday, .. ; 12.30 p m9.00pm-
.e would grow to such wonderful .propor our Father's actions like acorns into deeds like jthegrem SUN I
tions.' and a Dlace. It is where God in some _U. .___ h _.__ _"' __. __ ..... -. Leave Eockledzedaily except Sundays and Wednesday.. .
oak "
un BIBU BUUWB ua iuavhe ,
; illustrations be peculiar sense dwells where lIe manifests I } : Arrive Titusville 5' H 'S .
These show us that to affairs ... 12.30pm
'.. takes the most ordinary: or %
most fully His goodness and N
successful it is not, ,necessary to be
. great but greatness comes from suc Fatherly love, where. Ills glory most incidents and uses them to his own ; {,,- -, ., ';. B. GAILLARD, Mgr., T. T. REESE, Agt, CHAS. DAMES, Gee A&L,

radiantly shines. The thought of the glory. .. St.
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.
eeu. The great lesson to learn is that Augustine, Fla. Palm Beach Fla. Titusvflle. Fin ,
"many mansions" there, Godet says There was nothing extraordinary .,
we should perform with fidelity even i flAy be derived from those vast Oriental about the lad having five barley loaves'and -- ---- -

the most Insignificant duty we may be palaces in which there is an two small fishes, but Jesus used .

called upon to 'p rform., and althoughit abode not only for the sovereign and' his small supply to feed fhe multitude, Florida East

nay not develop into a great act, we the heir to the throne,, but also for all and then some one has said, gave him CLAIM: :. : Coast Ry.

will have the consciousness of knowing the IOns'of the king, however numerous back all that was left because be wa. ,
did'what should have done. they may be. TIME TABLE NO.. 20 IN EFFECT t
that we we what little he had. APRIL il, 1899.8CJJTH. ,
I willing to give r
By being faithful little we shall become "And if I go and prepare a place for 4
rulers over much. you, I will come again and receive :you I There was nothing uncommon about BOUND (Bead Down). NORTH BOUXD (B t4 Up).
e t unto myself; that where I am, there thewoman, who came to put her offer. '
: The "common people" can frequentlyget It Is,The No485p !
:son!
:ye may be also. ing into the treasury, but Jesus, as he Dam STATIONS Daily
DiI
nearest the hearts of the people
t' : The revised version reads "I come 'sat over against the treasury saw that 1..
' and do them the. most good. One who In 'I" I "ffi Leave......................./acklOIl Yille........................Arrive llSP iftSOOp
again, which puts the promise the while others cast in much of their .,, ,' 434, lQ BOa Arrive.......................St.Augustine..,......................Leave $tip .U..
has been In the ordinary walk of life present tense. Of this Dr. Vincent abundance, the widow east in all -:- OSfia.Leave......................., .An ...,......................AMick
hu 'a special hold upon the people. says, "Not to be.limited to the Lord'ssecond poor .. '. ,11Up 'llta .........................Hastint........................ Leave 16.! S04a
Lincoln Garfield and.Grant have a and glorious coming at the last that she had even all her living, and .' r UMa Arrive..... ....................Paxtk-..........LB v. iupfcifcp Tai

special place In the hearts of "the common day, nor at any special coming such he declared that she bad put In more ,- Soup HOODOdpUtip Lesve ..................... .Pa. tka........................... rri've .Uip T1&
United States because I as Pentacost though these are all Included :than all they which had cast into the "T i !Arrive ._......._... .._....._.g an Mateo...... ................ .t* ft. TJJOakHUl
of the
:- people" in the expression; it la ratherto treasury She gave willingly all that flfoT "T1 Kip T SUB Leave........................San: Jiateo.................;.....,Arm.L. ,. tI 1

.. they were taken from their be taken Ills continual coming she had without thinking It would give UaralLeave..........._......... East P*!.tka....................... an I'" 14w:
. midst The story Is told that during a as fIMpU6

in New York and presence by the holy Spirit"Westcott her a place in sacred history as long '12P lOb'.. .......................... ._....................... .. .61 'CI
,;;,. Grant celebration a poor says, "Christ is, in fact from as the world stands. titp H8p| .. ....................... .. .. Illp
td medal ISip, : .... .. .Newan a: .: ...... : igi:
Irish\ womanwanted buy a the moment of Ills resurrection,' ever Ti5pBOSp ; :yr :: ..:::'... .
One of England's great expositors is ( 418p .". :........-... ....:.... ... ....... ...... .. 'Wp
with the Genera1'IImags stamped upon coming into the world and to the. "The with Slip SS5p| ........... .............Ttt1l8Ie......................... z
did tie a sermon on man the pitcher ...... IJIIIPt ........................ ..... 1116 t s
:: it but she not have Quite enough church and to men as risen Lord. CitT POUltB .. .. ............... ......
," dqes not deal with the man. bat ..... -. ...... I. It.. ............................ Cocoa ._.......................... I ...
money; when chided about wanting to "And whither I go ye know,and the rather seeks show the < ...... 8S8p ......:................,. RocIrJ) dge ....................... ap ......
to how Lord directs ...... .1IlIP( .... .................. Bea ... ... ..
spend even the few pennies she had, it way ye know Thomas said ante film, l3ante ................. lIb ....
his people by what seems to them Advertising ...... 418p457p ........................_.Melbourne.......,. .._ ........ 1,41l ......
II said she replied with tears streaming Lord, we know not whither thou goest ...... ........................Bnselaad....... ............... tow .....
., down her face "Oh,but he was one !and how can we know,the way?' inscrutable ways. ...... g01p ..........................Sebaanaa ................%........ .. I h.. ..
Writing on this topic; Amos R. Wells .... : ; M .................:.....;..8t. Lnc1e.... ......
t of us!" It may be said that it was a The i disciples .knew both the way ...... : .. .........................Bort Pierce..................... .. 11'l1ij1 .
.: poor way for the woman to show her and the goal, if they would but recall says: "The best example of the way ,., ...... lf1p ..*.**ee _....**..- Eden *....*.................... to ..
what they bad heard their Master say Christ makes use of common lives is ...;.. 64"{> ...............t.........." Jenmi ....................;..... .. 101 ...
appreciation for the departed hero butS he' ... .. tfep ...................... Stuart .................... 10\ *
the incident shows what a'grip Grant's both In public and in private. the way made use of his own lot, : "':" ...... T26p '.. ......'...-..,.............Hodr >sound.................... ICaI4M ."I'.. .
"Jesus with unto him, I am the which was certainly common enough. ; ; ...... 79p. ............?..?.,.. ..West Jupiter.................,..... era, "
t memory has on the common people, because way ; -z ...... slap ......:...........Went Palm Beach..................... "' '
he was "one of them." the truth and the life; no man cometh "A study of science is good for contentment : : ..> MEDIUM ...... SSp ......-............-......... Bornton .......................... .. Itl ..._ !
unto the Father but by me." because 'it shows row ... .. 848p ............... ..... ...Delray. ....... .........:... ... .
: : .But the object of our lesson is to us ...... !7p .....................Fort Landerdale...................... ''Ii. ....*..
show that the Lord's hand is frequently Jesus is the truth as well as the way, God has lavished beauty and intricacyof ......102Op". .............-,....... Lemon City.. ?.............._... .. .at ___,_
', .=. In what teems to be a very ordinary In Him "are bid all the treasures of design upon the most common ...... 10&P'ArrIve...........................Miami..:............ .......... II ''i.r::::;
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. f: occurrence. The man "((ith the pitcher wi&lom.-(<..ol 2: 3.) things, such as a bed of gravel or a -BETWEEN XEW.SMYRNA AX U ORANGE CITY JUXCTIOX.So. .

", thought he was only going after water. "If ye had known me, ye should i roadside weed. Seeing this we are 8No| II| liTlTIOys.T .l!\o. "JOo. I

nave known my Father also; and from more ready to see beauty In our humdrum .: ,: alp WySJ, *......... ... ..........Hew 1U1rua...........................A.r im Td106p11121. ;
< but he was doing more. henceforth ye know Him, and have & ......... ..............LakeHelen ..........!... .. ....w "
.. A young woman.one time had only Him." lives. 17pjlUtaj"! ....."................ ..Orange t.'ltJ........................ .. III" '''
t two fifty cent pieces, but upon hearing seen"The English word know represents "Not a man that does great things!, OflrAny; .* 4 >, ,) ........... .. .. ...000nre1tyJtmortoa................ .. JUS! !a'I'4>
AU truJDB bet New and
of a neighbor being unable to have a two Greek words in the better text but a man that does his best in thing : ween Smyrna Orange fcity Junction Daily eicfrpt 8 saIsy.

,. prescription compounded, 'cheerfully which are not identical in meaning," little or great, will b@ first in CorftVg .. < KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

; gave one of them to her neighbor to to the proper rendering of the first kingdom."To ,
get the medicine for her husband: a clause of this verse would be. "If ye be discontented with the lot in The steamers of
; !bad recognized me-fully understoodwho hom.M ami --:30 p. m. Tue..i- and 1'ridaja AirrlwrKe?
abort time afterwards she was called which God has placed you is to be discontented Stumer city of r /
t home to glory, and the woman to whom I am" -ye would have known myFather. with God. .' Ky: West to with West steamer.1:30 p. m. Wednesdays and Saturdays: Train U eoaawU .
and from
Key
'i she gave the fifty cents sought and "It is while we are about our corn- WEEKLY PAPER Writ Direct. From! Key West 3:80 p. m. Wednesdays and Saturday Arrive
had After all these years our conception tasks God calls Mti&mUSO a.m. Thuradayaaa.l SuaJaya, witblrataM.
found the Saviour. She thought con that us to uncommon ,' j
f. .. the was only g11ng.monel for medicine -. )t the mystery of the Trinity is very services. btt-.lUlib.p )I.From! Miami. 5 a. m. Mondays and ThuradayaV Arrire-Key 'I
Jim so it is not to be wondered at unit to and West 7 p. m. Mondays any Tburadaya. :Leave Key West 9 a. m. A
but she was doing more: her act (even after Jesus said what lIe did to "Nothing should be common or secular from Havana same days. Arrive Hlln ca 6 a. m. essays abj FridaTi.. "

of Christian kindness touched the Thomas) that we read: to a Christian, because everything touching at From Havana sailing direct for Miami u a. u. Tnndara

other' heart and was the cause of 'Philip saith unto Him Lord shew should have God in it Never make a >K'ulhb"lIIlIt.y Wr t and connecting Fridays.: with Arrive trio Miami 74. : a. m. Wednewlayi and SatnnUya, .1'

airing her souL us the Father, and it sumceth us. distinction between common and uncommon
I These Time Tables show the l\J1le.t&t which tramsaud boat mar be upe ted to arrive aa4
, Samuel Cox, the great, English expositor "Jesus saith unto him Have I been I sacred and secular. .In'TheAdvertising depart from the several stations and ports but their arrival or deMrtBre at the tinx e

I. said: "Th more we reflect on 10 long with you and yet hast thou ecoueqnenees stated is not guaranteed arising therefrom.,nor does the Company hold itnelf rerocljible lor any daisy or say. i

rt k' this Incident the more we shall find InJt not known me Philip? He that bath JUNIOR LEAGUE TOPICS For copy of local time card can at 236 West Bay Street,Jacksonville,or address

1 to meet oar wants and banish our I een me bath seen the Father; and J.P.BEC14 WITH'Traffio Manager. J. D. BAHSE3 A.O. P. a. Ii

*eara. For It teaches ui that when he! how gayest thou then, Shew us the Jesus had just come down off of the St. Augustine-! .

Items most unlike himself our Lord is Father? mountain where he teaching'Many 1.
was :
himself and Is leading us to "Believest thou not that I am in the -; -- .-
most truly J
Father and the Father In me? The people followed him so he went Ji
: our desired haven, though byways we with his disciples Into small
a ship.
words that Ispeak unto yon I speak STATK or FLORIDA
which do not likely
: know not and seem -
not of myself; but the Father that He lay down to rest Then came up a
.. ta lead ns there. It teaches ua that Iwelleth in me. He doeth the work"The sudden storm which was nothing unusual -

fell presence extends to the minutest last part of the tenth verse in on this sea. But the dlaclplesbeam' ,
detail u well u to the main lines and SUBSCRIBE FOB THE SUN'
the revised version reads, "I speak not fearful They expected every'
critical, occasions of life; that absolutely )f myself, but the Father abiding in men eat that they'would sink, and -

nothing which really. concerns me doeth His works." called Jesus to save them. He immediately .CCCeeCia@eeee

us U overlooked or forgotten by him; "Believe me that I am in the Father calmed the troubled sea, and the

no, not even the pitcher 'or the cup of ind the Father in me, or else believe "men marveled." The lesson to learn,.
cold water which we'need to slake our ne fot the very works' sake." '
the lesson so many fail to learn, until
thirst or are carrying to our neighbor In other words Jesus said: "If ye late in life, and very many-never I 1eI

i who needs It even more than we do" mnnot understand my words, at least learn-is confidence in God. We i Ocean Steamship Oomnanv"SAVANNAH
Let us learn the lesson that :we are Delieve that I and the Father am one, .. ..
; should entern day the --- '
)D account of the works ye.have seen upon
to be true to the little details of life,
me do." sailed sea of Slfe, with trust and" un-I "
1 and Instead of looking for great opportunities LINE. ,
\ "Verily verily I. say unto you. He ndence in God. Then the storms
_
\ or some prominent person that believeth on me, the works that 1 slit may rage; the wind of temptation ." '
yes to do something let us do with our lo he shall do also; and greater works rou; the billows of trouble run highas Rate Sheet Florida 111

\ Bight what our hands find to $o. "Big than these shall he do, because I go a mountain and the fury of the "* i

oaks from little acorn grow," and more I. into my Father" storm increase. The sky be darkened To New York 4 And Boston. f

may depend on a little action than we The promise was fulfilled on the clouds the
with
lightning flash
angry .
' when in A Short Rail Bide to Savannah Thence '.
q \ think. lay of Pentecost one day theKinvenions and the thunder nimble and growl,- .

KtnaaelatUa I.0....t.s.... were more than had taken ; A Short Sea Voyage. ; *"
r dace In the whole three years of Will be Sent on Ap
Amid the terrors of a sudden shipwreck "Our little ship outbraves '
Dhrisfs and times
ministry; many Sailing from Savannah: '
a returning miner, carrying since the power of God has been so The blustering winds and surging .
thirty-fire thousand _dollars In gold" wonderfully manifested in a spiritualtense .' waves." 5 Ships Each Week 5 t"''

dust la his belt was about committing or manner.'that doubters have e
*
een compelled to admit-that "He is Why? Because we trust in God. .
himself to the leL0 save me save plication. '
While stately craft ha All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with sailing schedules. Write for
!" cried a weeping child whose protectors :he Lord and even in out day the i many a gone gen.
4 me had been swept away. What sealing of the body by divine power down with all on board and others, I eral information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation, or call OB

las caused sinners to seek Jesus. dismantled or are rolliu; helplessly in E. H. HINTON, Traffic Manager, WALTER HAWKINS
should b. do? The weight of both the Fla Peat. Atf.,
I "And whatsoever ye shall ask In my the rough sea. With no pilot to bring .. .,' .:ti'\1'1 Savannah Ga.
and the child would sink him. Jacksomiile. Fla.
gold i. ..,. '.\ 6-lfIo95
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lame that will I do that the Father their boat safe to the other shore, "" .P.
lit toN off his belt and flung it away be glorified in the Son." -. : I
nay many are lost Let us throw out the ,' -
bidding the little girl mount on
sad Being led by the Spirit will prevent "life line" to those who
are calling
his shoulders and clasp his neck and uraklngfor anything that is not con- across the dark waves. It may be .1 I Indian River NurseriesBudded
bold bard plunged Into the surf 1stfDt with HI will, and if will also .

.Hour afterward be woke to con !nable us to ask for and receive many some children brother wonder or how sister. The little Citrus Trees of every variety '011 Sour Orange and Lemon Stock; also fag

.: donsnen In a fisherman's hut. and ;Temporal, physical and spiritual Wess- they can help. line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornameutal Trees suited to this section, in- t

felt the patting of small hands and a ngs that we have never thought were Only open your eyes be willing to be eluding Budded Mangoes, 50 Varieties of C! tonl. 25 Varittirs of l f

:. kiss upon Us cheek, and heard a soft ,ji our Father's wilL used and God will use you. A "light k a 100.98 Palms, Roses, Strawberry Plants, Pineapple Slips, Etc. ';

"; p Thank for siring "If ye ask anything in my name, Iill that is set upon a hill cannot be hid." .
C'O toke say: you ma Christian JOHN B. BEACH, Proprietor, -:- WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. !
light
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: SERMON OF REV $. D. PAINE the..church, iou come ID and let WIIAHASSEE AT KISSMMEE.t WAS AN 'INSPERATION WHEREWEWORSHW

IN THE there one good tnan. :' &
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At the We t Side Congregational Church, Follow Christ. The custom was in The Venerable gcmlnole Chief Pathetic. COL JACOB H. SMITH COOLY DRILLS
'oPIL Hi day to follow the teacher. There A Directory of fee Local C&arcfes
i Sundky Moraine, April 165k. sHy E.fessto tile Whit__'. HIS MEN UNDER GALUNQ FIRE.
were no university building, no schools. Encroachment, and ReBgioaa Secfctte "Si

'" a The teachers of Greece: and Rome taught ..Id.... Ha4 Just nasa BaHted I're. a
"Whosover will after me let :_
come ,
to, the forum, in the streets, under the D* trta Ud Brittle and th* Whbtl BplseoPaJ ft.rvI.*..
and take his
him himyelf
deny up cross The ,long-talked visit of old chief ...... WM Nat*CaIcaIaSM .. Qvfat 1P1ICO'&LC.1Ict": """' '''' .. : -
shade of
We follow Christ .
vlii trees. cannot
and follow Mark
me. 34. **v.U FIT JAMS* WMV.. .....
Tallahassee to Kissimmee finally matured Their Nerve
When Pila\p\ the.rrocuratorof Judea, literally. We can imitate His pure life Service every bumdav montiBi at II e'd8tl. :
when the Roseada tied up at her During the Lieutenant Samlay Hcbool at j p. N.
war with Spain ;:
the multitude His ceaseless activity. He went about
stood In the presence of great BlOtBMUUUO. *T. A.-1ke4II at -
dock on Friday. Tallahassee ,was ac. Colonel Jacob HSmith, was a IM second sod rounh wJsc4a..* rack -
who demanded that Chris houtd doing good. companied by Billy Bowlegs,who showed IbJor in cuarge of a battalion of the tnootn. atv. U r. Hi*..**,bIn Of. I
be crucified, he exclaimed, "Behold your I ,saw in the Louvre in Paris many Second United States Infantry. The W. *. A urr oao,Ji..Secretary. .:

King !I" Pilate looked with pity upon students trying to copy the statue Venus tbe greatest care for the old patriarch. word was -On to Santiago" and the -. -
With one horse between them, they Major, with his three companies turned Holy 'Tvlolty Lu1.D.
the yoqng Galileean! peasant and wantedto de Milo, and the works of Raphael, .
made the trip from their Everglades their faces resolutely toward San We* Pain fetch, --1
save .him if possible. He regarded Rubens and other great mister None fuan Hill,' where he and his men were "MlT-
home, a:distance of about forty miles, to Serr'ce win be held rntartf every
Christ as an enthusiast, powerless to do of them expected to rival the g eat destln'ed to play one of the most heroic .t I 5.p....I. UwBewEl5 coi.ieh.rch.CBf. .*. '
Bassiuger. In their brill.ant costume Event! ant tatuetu ButtU. at1r. U t 11.
# !harm to the Roman government Pi: artists of the past; they were doing and Inspirational parts of the entire JamesHtadryw1lksvechargeoiIbtacsetTkI.LADIES'[ .
deal
they attracted a great of attention
late represented the strongest nation on their best to imitate. They fell short of campaign. CCItO meets every Friday at t_ .
and their visit will be a long.remem. At Bloody Ford the battalion came p. m. Met.Get I.MkTCAl*. rrrsl. ;
the face ol tIle earth. Its legions were their.. ideal but they tried. I>t us, whenwe bered one. upon the Seventy-first Regiment. MaL GAIDSU StcrtiUT.p. .

SINKING BUSINESS Invincible. Its capital was enthroned on stand .before the. bar of God. fay we "What Is the matter herer shoutedthe j
One of the gifts they received was.a < 1
the seven bills banners' waved victoriously did try ; we fell short, bat -W'e tried ; Major as he came upon the scene. H. Church South.Sunday
beadwork pouch, the property years ago There were no officers In sight and School n a. Buaad tpvnrta Lta.Mt ,
in all parts of the earth ; its and the Great King will say, 'Well of a "big chief" of the Western Indians. the: men replied that they had no officers p IL.. every 5ua,. Cetera ,*ve? ...**. 1
navies rode in all the A few done good and faithful servant" lug Thursday evenings at ToILa4id'.mrf <
The Epworth Leafcue Social.A seas. years Marion Fell had the honor of giving and did not know what to do. meetings Fridaviiieraooiuui. preacai****. ,
... -' after Pilate condemned Christ death There is something thrilling in the Major Smith searched about the field ricH nr>tKcoa4 aid third lads Ucla If t>
this to the aId chief. Little Olivia Fell
': unique and enjoyable entertainment the northern barbarians down of Rudjard Kipling, "The.White and discovered officers enough to control monthstziLa.Iadu3p.e. U tto f\ONo f
swept poem touched d ep'ch3rd in the old chief. ins a aoag service! will U hi4 half aa how l* 'l'
a three companies. "It you will not fare the diviae tervke. We ...... h. it
was the Masquerade Social given by the Rome conquered its legions leveled Man's Burden"i! regular A. >ii
,
upon : : tain't heart when she presented him go ahead," argued the Major of the glad lo have VIM prexut; eotttcout ta J MI le n I }
Epworth League last evening at the its proud palaces its temples its Take np the Wblte Man'a burden' with a handsome' stiletto, purchasedwhile regulars "at least move your men so The Fourth fittrndiv a .MYIca will be heU atLantaaa :j
at ilL":. At Bypotuo, at t pi m.AttiorBtoa.Tp.
some of Capt. and Mrs. J. R. Anthony,,. academies, lyceums, statues. The language Send forth the bent ye breedGo traveling in Europe. The old that others who are following may m. ]
i- "The Wayside Inn.'.' of Rome is not spoken today as a .bind jour ions to exile pass without this hindrance and so Eev.J.; K.WAUUB, rart.. I ICeaga.tona1
chief immediately recognized its Spanish that the effects iJ
To need the
nerve your eaptlvea' upon regulars may
The traveler would have needed the face of the. earth.
weary living on
? tongue -
To ...alt.ID heavy harneea, < origin and its elegant workmanshipmade not be harmful" : Cbuftb.
.. invitation to alight, on advancing to The King that Pilate lookedjnpon in a On flattered folk and wild- him ask : "'How much cost?" The officers said that they were willIng itsv.s.b. ..iss.r..l.w.SenI. 1

this! attractive spot, all aglow with its sneering and compassionate manner Tour new-taajcht lOlleD peoptea,..-, ',' With a fine sense of humor, he pulled to proceed upon the enemy and a .at t t L m. sal T.OO: ... m Sasdeyeh.taadPa.torlibIeIis. .
twinging lamps and a bright bonfire, hat an empire upon which the sun never Halt devil and half thUd. number of men came forward and said at 10ChrfetUa a. .. '
from his sheath an old bntcherknife, that they were anxious to with Endeavor at .:8V p. M. Prate* j
and u: la, ye olden time, stood the well I sets. It comprises the best peoples on Take up the Wblte Mans bnrdei. and laughingly compared the two knives. them and flghw Three companieswere go I Meeting WedDe .l, at T p m. .

< lo front, tempting the weary passerby !I the face of the earth. The armies, ships, la patience to abide.. The Indians ltft with Captain Johnson formed from the SeventyfirstNew 1

,. to refresh himself. wealth, arts sciences are all in the To veil tbe threat of terror York and these,*commanded by St. Ana's Catholic CbVMh.ezlBBlai .
4 And check the show ot pride on Tuesday morning. They had evidently Major Beck, followed in the wake of nltll fhiaday.jMury 81'. tt.twill Iii
Soon Christ and there is "
crowd of of not
a maskers kingdom a
gay were ,
be Hoi K.4 Bcraoa"7
and been preparing for the visit for takdav
Bj open speech simple Major Smith's battalion.
t to and non.Christian the face I&IOocIoekLm. sinitay Rrkool*t I,. ....
seen approach enter the well on
strong power An hundred time made plain,* indicated The
many moons back, by the new remainder of the SeventyfirstNew and "Wpt'r..nar.at 7JW Po..
j.... lighted hall, and then the fun began in of the earth. Christ has a kingdom and To seek another profit lAnd fanciful clothing they wore, They attended York was left behind at the On week day Mam win to at T a. .. iBvonlug ;

l-- earnest. After an hour pent ircognito, it is growing stronger every day. The work another' taU. the Sunday school and church creek. A mile beyond lay San Juan <

i ;: the hostess presented each one and disciples of Christ, in common with the HilL Already there was fighting Stan bo .t. Jt*. 40, '
Take up the White Man'a burden services and seemed 'o have a good conception there, and the zip of the bullets which 1cnihts .f Pythlaa '
I asked that the masters guess the Jewish people, looked for a Messiah The war of
person savage peace-
: of the church and its object. sped over the moving columns was annoying Meets net f Friday Wish $..'dud .V -
.'. also the character represented ; this who, would set up a strong temporal Fill full the month of Famine.' Their traditions show the teaching d to say the least-especially to aid' Uate. VfaUtia .....Im. .t4blly l.vt|"4. '
; created much amus mnt.. When all empire. Christ began to disabuse their And bid the sickness cease; the rallied companies of the Seventy- cast!!. Hall over llbtlr School LiDdig.Cm. .
.
I' And when ftotl I Is nearest the Franciscan priests. The old chief, IAeaes..C...
talked of and your first New York, who were still a little L.P.UiwDay.dL. ..
; unmasked minds. He suffering
were they were kindly led by asp :
end for others ) his said ,
,(Tba sought in talking of belief, : "Me no timid, a natural feeling It Is said for !
't:
I. the charming young hostess, Miss Anthony dying. Peter rebuked Him. Then Watch sloth and hearten folly I
:> lie I
he. no steal, no kill. My boys no raw recruits In their first baptism of
i'if. : to the:well where all were greatly Christ laid down the essentials of His Bring an your hope to nought .n .d..a1.. ir, 1.11" 'T'Iip.. .nnrt ""ilfl2t._.. Orchard and Oanteo.
-- '- fire.Major
Irtheahed By the delicious ice-cold lemonade kingdom. What constituted member 1't Smith had been ordered to .1' -
Take up tbe Whit M au' burden.. .,, ters coming into their very camp-one
"'--. served by "Aunt Mirandy and. the! ship in it? If any man would come No Iron rule of kings man having recently built a house take support position to at the USe regular foot of line the, hill which asa Raspberries thrive best la a deep

4 Coon. after Him, he must be willing to deny But toll of Bert and .weeper- warm lOll
had
within twenty yards of Tallahassee'swigwam. already advanced and waa In

When the scene without had been self, take up his cross and follow Christ. The The port tale of shall common not thing enter For years they have been the thick of. the fray. At the first signof Grapts: should have tn aaaaal a-

all again repaired to the house Self denial I What do we mean"by ye wavering he was Instructed to advance
enjoyed
The roads ye shall not tread, living on these,hammocks, have clear. riching to produce. good crops.
where a number of tables with different self denial as a condition of Christ discipleship make them with ; living to the assistance of the troops
GD.:>> your
ings and houses, and make a good sus which had preceded him. lie stopped Prune the grapevines to two or three
fames were .rrange
bell the scene changed theu fpllowe-1 a Christ was not ascetic. He ate and Take np the White Man'a burden and should strongly appeal to the white upon his horse, rode some little distance the orchard
with the dressed like ADd bU old reward the declivity, and from Having well trimmed Rp
recitation from "Aunt Mirandy" which drank people, the reap man's of and the silencein up a
," and attended their. feasts. The The blame of tboae ye better, sense justice, projecting knoll faced about and look I will keep the trees bearing well
was the hit of the evening; also a read. people
Tbe hats of those ye guard which they bear their impositionsmakes ed down upon the level stretch of territory I Trim the dead wood
miracle CJna'of Galilee. thoroughly oat of
first at
Hiss from Hiawatha's was
leg by Anthony The cry of hoHti ye hnmor'AhlIlowlJ' a ptiful: story in this country of which broke against the foot

Wooing, with responses. the crowd, Christ never taught a gloomy morose ( !1) toward the light>- cheap lands.-Kissimmee Correspondence of the bilL At his feet and below him the currant and gooseberry buahes. ,

_. each reading a quotation/ arranged to religion. He compared his kingdom_ "Why brought all from bondage. in Times-Union of April I3th. on the plain were gathered four companies In fruit culture situation, aa will M

) .enable a selection partners for the a marriage feast, a supper, a good time Our loved Egyptian night of regulars, ranged in battalion .soil adaptation, must be considered.
formation. At the bends of the companies
t serving of ice cream and cake. and never to a funeral. It means to Take up the White Man'a burden. were Captain Miller the brave The men who succeed best obtain tht
Men of Mark.
# Then. we were favored with music. by renounce sinin every form. Whatever YedaeenotstooptoleesNor ... officer who sacrificed his life on the best prices and receive return every !

--U S Mr. p. J,. Branning the mandolin, is hurtful to man in his physical/intel- call too loud on Freedom'To ,. "I'> Ex-President Harrison in recent altar of his country on July 10.; Captain year are there who Uke care of their
a
chile your wearineea. Rowell, Lieutenant Wilson and
.accompanied by Mr. J. T. ,Hopgood on lectual or spiritual nature must te sur. By aU ye will or whIMper, interview, said that his favorite novel Lieutenant Creary. Behind the firstline trees and the crops that grow en them.

the guitar, Shortly afier as the clockS rendered. For the good of 'others we By; all ye leave or do. was"Ben-Hur." was stretched another, not so long. Grapes are produced only on tbe

i 1 Beared the hour Midnight, the crowd must sometimes deny ourselves ,that The silent sullen people They were the three companies of the Current year's shoots and on wood from I

I dispersed, a unit in declaring it the entertainment !.which is awful.-- Shall weigh your Ood and yon. Cornelius Vanderbilt has given up Seventy-first! New York. It was only
.
.- the previous season's growth hence to
; 7J
of the season. Self denial is not simply a religious the use of wine at his meals, and now 400 yards up the hill. There were two (
Take the White Man'a bord".1n.ve .
up block-houses on the crest which fired produce fruit the wood must be renewed J
those and the ;requirement. It confronts us at done with childish drinks nothing bnt water. ,
Following are present every day.. *- viciously at the two battalions of in- annually.Intrainlngthegripeitiiwefl. \

ji characters they represented : step and turn in life. The merchant The ilghtly.proffervd laurel. The last words of Joseph Medill, the fantry at the foot of the .hill Owingto t
; En- must practice it if he would succeed 'Tieeaiy vngrodged prate:; his exposed position. Major Smith to re. .
a t.L... Branning-Equestrienne ( editor of the Chicago Tribune, are saidto
Cornea now, to search your manhood
member that the of
the
attracted attention from tendency
the
especial ts
sap
the the the
doa't"Oo know. The artist sculptor painter, "
., glib, ) Through all the thankleca years have been "What is the new? Spanish Mausers. Bullets sang closeto always to the highest bud. Therefore
G. L. orator the soldier the goJd.seekerallmust Cold edged with dear-bought wisdom
Mrs. Branning-Night
his ear until It seemed that they
Chief Justice Fuller and Justice Brewer increase
upright position the length of
*
G. 8. Adams Typical Coon Dude. practice it. If we consult our ease The judgment of lour peers. came in swarms. One tore away a bit

Mrs. G. S. Adams-Libert). and pleasure we gain nothing life ,U a God has put upon us great responsi. of the United States Supreme Court, of his hat one took off a piece of cloth growth, while a horizontal pasttioa
: will both myelin Europe during a part tends to check
from his coat sleeve. one grazed the Jacksonville )Metrop-
failure. There few that
are men are
IL C. C. Houston-DeLeon.Mrn. bilities. We stand today with our
flag
oils.
of hit his .
the st mmer. heel of his boot one stirrup.He _
C. C. Houston-Red Cross Nurse. geniuses. Success means hard, patient flying within six hundred miles of Hong was a soldier and his orders were -

!L Will McDonald-Knight Errant toil Self denial meets us everywhere.One Kong, in China. The old empire is J. Proctor Knott, one of the best to wait Down in the plain the lead- The Sun Knows a Few. ,

Mrs. Will MDon.ald-Evening.: of the most eloquent passages in falling to pieces. We are to wait and known lawyers iu Kentucky, has givenup en rain was falling among the men. f

the English language is Lord Brongbm's his practice to take the chair of law Now and then one fell from his place Every editor has received them
J>r; D. A. Thomason-Santa Claus. when the chance comes, go in with our saysan
wounded dead. The situation
f Miss Thomason-Grecian Figure. peroration in defense of Queen Christian civilization. We are to give in Center College, Danville, Ky. not calculated or to keep up the courageof was exchange. The postmaster sends

-. Caroline. As we read its impassionedflow Senator Hoar has decided to give them to the editor. The Is
Miss Willson-Peanut Vendor. good government to the peoples who up men who had but recently been rallied postmaster

: Miss Fern Willson (Aunt Mirandy-) it seems as if it must have gushed have lately come UDder our flag. Not his proposed trip to Europe, and will from a disorganized rabble. not to blame. For instance, there was f

Regress. unstudied and instinctive from the seize their territory for elfish purposes, spend the summer in literary work at Sitting his upon men.his with horse the looking bullets down singIng a man by the name of-well, say Tim '

I. Miss Annis Glenn-Egyptian Costume. glowing; heart, but Lord Brougham, in but to protect and care for them until his Worcester, (Mass.) home. upon close about him. Major Smith was Spriggins, who sent us three notices to

Miss Merchant-The Pale Face. a letter to Macanlay, says "Icompcgrd they can care for themselves. .It will Laurin Martin, cf Lowell, Mass., has seized with a.n inspiration. The battalion top his paper he didn't want It any \
-- the peroration of speech for the was already in regular forma longer. We wondered what was the !
;. Mi* GuMiie Moffat-Folly. my cost but we must pay it. won the first prize for general excellence

;} Hiss Maude Sanderson-My Ladye. Queen after reading ana repeating De. Religion is a voluntary thing; you iu design and craftwork at the annual and tion.down There In was front no of band the lines to pass as up on matter. Upon examining the snbscrip-

Em.Anthony (Aunt Dinah)-Negress. mosthenes for thtee or four weeks, and must come voluntarily or not at all. exhibition of theBirmin| ham(England) dress parade. Only that terrible music ion book we found Tim short $ia He ":

I- Marvin Pope-African Dude. I composed it twenty times over atleast. God stands at the door of your intellect. School of Arts. of the Mausers broke upon their ears. never had paid a cent and yet he stopped

African in Full ." I Suddenly Major Smith drew nia his paper as a matter of economy-to
r Raymond Branning- at the door of 'your conscience, at the Henry Lee Higginson, the Boston
Dress. Somebody asked a great preacher I sword. as the men had often seen him us. lie didn't want us to lose any more
door of
- your heart, and says, "If any millionaire, was asked the other day do on dress parade, and called out. in 4
Frank Waters-Clown. how long it took him to compose that I will I will in." by him. A few days afterward Sprig .
man open, come God what he would do if he were suddenlywithout clear distinct tones: "Carry, arms! -.!
Ii Jim Hopgood-Priest. He replied "Over gins was at church, and his melodious
sermon. thirty
will never force an entrance. a dollar. "Do?" he replied. T he response was electric. The men
!iT: Frank'Idner-Organ Grinder and his )'ears."* It was the result of the best "I'd take the first job that offered." forgot the bullets, the danger, the tenor rang out clear and loud in the oil >

Hotkey. thought of a lifetime. Spaniards firing into their ranks from stirring song, "]esus Paid it AU." Be

:' Pa ward Whitehurst-Queen of Hearts Rufus Choate delivered a eulogy upon Signal Success In Trucking. Among New York's most ardent the top of the hill. and turned their at- might have beetn mistaken, but hit
<4< Governor Roosevelt tention to the manual of arms. It wasa
: Milton Dick-U. S. Soldier Boy. Daniel Webster at Dartmouth College.It 4.' sportsmen are magnificent spectacle. History earnestness i impressed us. So the next
presents
:i Elwyn Moses-Gentleman of the is regarded as one of the most biil- Your correspondent visited the truck Rev. Dr. Rainsford, Rev. Dr. Henry no parallel where a body of day we sent him a receipt in full and .'
-
Nineteenth Century. liant efforts of the human intellect It farm of Mr. Sanborn, two and a half Van Dyke, Dr. John D. Quackenbos of warriors calmly and coolly stood underan begging his pardon for Hot knowing

Those present not masked were J. R. was not the result of an accident The miles west of Miami,yesterday, and was Columbia College, A. Nelson Cheneyand enemy's fire and went through the that he had made an assignment of his;
H. Surface. manual of arms as precisely as if they
A.
Walker Gus Anthony, G. G. Slrohm, spare time of a year was given to It. He surprised what he saw. were on dress parade. liabilities to the Lord.-Murray Ledger.

S Lee Coats. Willie Milburn Mrs. T. A. ransacked ten thousand volumes for Mr, Sanborn's crop consists of tomatoes James R. Keene who recently made "Present arms!" r :

t, Sackett, Mrs. J. R. Antnony, Miss suggestive imagery and thought mostly From the present outkok he himself a millionaire by one week's Some did not respond. A bullet had 1

4 Lizzie Milbnru, Miss L. Anthony. Praziteles and Phidias, Powers and will'gather at least I,5oocrates per acre. work in Wall street, is an Englishman torn the away a finger or turned a face to FOR THE SESSION. t

Space forbids a deserved mention off awford anticipated the dawning of Many estimate the yield at 2,000. by birth and a lawyer by profession "Shoulder sky. arms"' The battalion

neb costume separately, but it is the the sun and grew pale as the midnight This is Mr. Sanborn's first experience He first practiced San Francisco in shouldered guns with soldierly exact : 1

Bniversal verdict that all were good. amp glimmered over their marble of farming of any kind, and he is meeting the early days of the gold fever. ness. It was true that the bullets The Tallal\aseezJ I26 WterCa
came as fierce as ever, but their minds
V !_ -.. .blocks. with much greater success than many Sena'ot Depew says that President were turned to something else? and ror 60 Centx.

I! Health HlnU.L If you would be a Christian yon must who have been trucking for years. His Garfield once advised him to stop tell after all they did not mind them for

r'.c- -- strive, yon must struggle you must lay field is a most beautiful sight. He has ing jokes from that day, "for I have they were soldiers ana It was a sol --

L jjW A mirror.t helps health ifyou II uSe it aside every weight, you must get rid of he has his vines staked, and on an avenge studied the American public carefully, dier's business to die. Beginning with the issue for April 6th,

: right Practice smiling at it, not frown every besetting sin It means sacrifice, they stand three feet high. On and it will not place confidence in the The inspiration tremors had which the might desired have elect and continuing for SIX MONTHS (end. .

:: I Df., Don't worry. Make a practice but it pays. The French soldier is will some of the Tines there are as high as man who says humorous things." existed Any among the regulars were dispelled ing with the issue for October 5th), The i 1

: of not worrying. ing to die for the possession of the Legion forty perfect tomatoes,and the vines still Helmholtz's brain has been examinedby and the three companies of the TALLAHASSEEAN will be sent to any '" :t

of Honor. Ours is a crown that blooming. I' no disaster overtakes Mr. Professor Hansemann of Vienna. It Seventy-first New York took heart and address for only FIFTY CENTS f eo
.
:- It takes an hourto eat dinner
properly never fades. a scepter that shall never Sanborn's crop he will make at the least weighed 1,400 grams-above the aver. renewed courage. Their nerves were This period will cover the entire session J
and 30 minutes for lunch. Some steeled and the? would have bravly, .f
be taken from us. calculation: $,2000 per acre. of the Legislature and the issues fol. / ..
; cat quicker but they don't save time by age, but not a remarkable weight. The gladly. joyously) toUowellMdorSmIth'battalion "
it Hurried feeding sboi tens life. "Take, up the Cross" is the second He will make his first shipment next convolutions of the brain, however* up the hill a little later when lowing the adjournment in which all the '/ /!

ii condition. It means a manly public: week. He has also a flourishing crop of were extraordinarily complex. the orders came, and participated with laws of a public natr.re will be published ,
: la electing a climate for invalid re. Christ. Irish and small of him and his gallant men in the complete Every issue .9JJ
confession of The Church of potatoes a patch beans. during the session willu-: ..
President Loubet continues to retain rout of the Spaniards. -
: member this simple rule: "For nenouJ'comp1aiD. Christ is made up of all mi-n and women He has dug and sold his first crop of contain a Complete Abstract of the Leg. / :- 'U
the simplicity of manner for which he They were detached, however be-
and overtrasioo the
-
a sea who love Him and are loyal to Him and Irish potatoes.: Mr.Sanborn has demonstrated .. fore the battalion of regulars marched islative Proceedings. } I
was remarkable as deputy and senator.
? level and damp air; for pulmonary mill... diV fnr -Rim if. nerAa ha met ae t u" what u _' a_ man___ ranIn_ __ thAt.___ hu__ "_"m.__'.' --- . 11 n tho. hill_.n _and_- thrnnirh____.._ the_-_ _rain_._ nf__ Members of the l, iIt1.t"--....- /-..... .... I .!.
troubles mountain air and a dry clio -n ;hio ;hi -----'i-- His conversation is racy of the south id---; t ;ble-d-- \
country will fight energy and common sense. Wbi: to send a fin more terrible much time, annoyance by 1
I I and full of savor. .It is easy, almost of ballets into the
for all, outdoor air. torrent ranks
:. mate; others found fault and
and die if it is necessary. The mere grumbled at hard forwording AT ONCE their list of names "
animated, and has always a spice of of the enemy.
; Alter bathing a little child's back, denomination counts for nothing. Get luck Mr. Sanborn put in the days General Kent! remarked to Major of peisons to whom they wish the TAt 11 i

says a careful nurse, rub each side of into some corps or division of the great working, and has won the prize.- esprit. Smith that he h1 never !seen men LAHASSEEAN forwarded during the

: "' 'the spine with the bare hand, watchingcarefully army, and when in it be true and loyal Miami Correspondence in Times-Union Richard A. Tjlghman, of Philadelphia, go into battle In better order and with ssion. They will be filed and the J J
indications of deform. of whose death is announced, was the inventor firmer tread than those commandedby .
: for any and active. We have sung too long, April 14th. papers sent without further trouble.

i' ity. The same careful attention should "Hold the Fort." The church is not t .. of the sand blast, a jet of sand Major Smith Smith simplj that smiled day.Major ana said: Send with your list ao. cents for each

al l be paid (o \he little legs and aims behind iutrenchments. directed with force against glass or other subscription to be
*> an armv Let us Wanted. "That was the result ct !sn Inspira sent only during the '
tendency to deformity b.. "Take the Fort." hard substances in order to cut or dec- session. For all :
,hat any may sing. We want to be -----,.. tion.' you wish sent during :

: immediately corrected. Jacksonville aggressive.If A good strong clarinet or toruetplaYf'r orate the surface into intricate designs. The General had seen the men going the time_the laws will run, seni 50 cents

L. .Metropolis. you are a Christian, show Jacksonville Metropolis. through the manual under a galling for each name. I
.. your who is either a fainter and sign. fire. and knew the significance of the : i A"f

A splendid violin, fifteen years in use colors. Be manly, be true. Do some writer, a baker or a carpenter, to cones- -1. reply. Address THE T TALLAIIASSEAN Tat ./ .I

is fint- lau condition can be bought thing. Don't whine and talk about the pond with S. H. HAPPERSETT, Boat building done right at home, in Major Smith has since'been promoted lahassee Fla. / -'.'
-. ttorld getting do the mcst approved manner, good work- to Lieutenant Colonel of the JSabseribe
Instrument guaranteed I I worse-you your partto /
for 525.00. Sec'y. Lake Worth Band, I(
maDship and at Call
living prices. on Twelfth Infantry. another brave -
4idlllw''iuliD, care TKOFfCU SVIf. wake it better.. H there are bad menta West Palm Beach, Fla 6 Capt A. T. Rose.p worthy the.gallant commander regiment tor T t

who MW cental Its destinIes SuI '

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