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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 27, 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: UF00075915:00561
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Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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PERSONAL proposition and will return to Miami I! LOCALLINTS. was accomplished. However, as soon
V. PURELY tonight to report. LIVELY (,THE COUNTY TIDINGS as we reached terra firma we dismissedonr'guidef HERE AND THERE.

--..- -- ? and McNiece took .*.
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Mrs J.:Handelsman is in town for ten
People as They Come and do:-People>> drvs attention to the business of her What the Sun's Men Heard in. The A Budget of, Interesting Items From charge of tbe party, finally bringing us Scraps Aewa About TfeU-aad. nat

You May or May Not Know. i Boston Store. Lively Local Whirligig. Regular Correspondents. lout in safety. "C. J. LAMBERT, and Different Things.

"A. B. McNiKCE., '
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. Rev. S. D Paine returned from Key THIS WEEK. !
A .slant. of lums-Vlsltors lathe A Mirror of Minor Happenfpgs Accidents Very Carefully Compiled and Confined to that holes sad flaws at lattMUU ,- ar
West this morning, and will conduct. fCo
I. Metcalf of the "Tropicalbun"
City and C t"D"VlslUne! I Coming Events. and. a I Which is of Most Interest to toe Guy 1.1'11104,1. ral aaiKswiy Bshady '
services as usual at the CongregationalChurch .
short visit last week.
Out Of the CItr. Galaxy of Current- Gossip. .: Citizens of Dade County paid us a U f arttenlaP.
next
. .. -....- Sunday -.. ,, : -," -- Maj. Boynton just completed his track .1. .4
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: Capt. F. W. Halt and wife left this with tram cars all complete.. This will John J. Hollaed, a well ktsowi rtfb p
Union from A beach is the fortolighL
'Squire came up Delriylast party on program BOYNTON BREEZES. !
i moruing for their Georgia home after a greatly faclliute the handling of his lican polituion of Jacksonville, baa t
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business
Friday on a day's trip.
.. most enjoyable season on the Lake. (Left over from last week.) large crop of tomatoes. been appointed to the portion d Ia pe*.

+ Mrs. U. D Hendrickson, of Lake They will tarry for a few days at Jack- J. Pettitt, of Neptune, came down The shewers here for the last few days Smith D. Pickett, General Agent of bur of Immtgratiou for UiaJ.Emaid .

r H. Worth, was a caller: in town Friday last. sonville. Tuesday on important business trip. have been of great beoifit to thr growersat the Southern Railway, accompanied by E. Gee- -- -Is-i.4rovlag-- the appearance

Gas Anthony returned' to Miami but Dr. J. 'A. McLeay was in town Tues Miss Wilkinson, teacher of the Palm this place and will do much towards 'Mr. B. M.Christman, cube Grower's of hi* .notice at the corset tlEveroi QA,

ft night after a two. week here at West day making medical examinations of a Beach public school entertained her bringing the tomatoes into shape for Fruit Express, spent a portion of last and OUv streets by te appit

ill' Palm Beach.County __ number of applicamsfor charter membership pupils at a merry little party last Friday.. the market. week at t::is' place, registering at "Tbr ,catioa of a new dressing of p-i.t- .

Mr. Chas. W, Pierce, a few days ago, Boynton. They were greatly pleased
Commissioner W. V. Rushing in the Maccabee Tent in process Prof. J. C. Harris is the latest 'candid sold his entire crop to A. Freedlund. with the prospects here Capt. U. D Ikndricrtoa was cAAiic4

t will locate here at West Palm Beach of organization here. ate for Knightly honors. Last Fridayhe to lake, his schooner "Mary, H." .id cf
0 Mr. Pierce anticipated a very busy season Holden the
Mr. G. M. General Agentof
:r for a time. ________ Chas. W. Pierce. Bojnton's, popularand WI as given the rank of Page in Even in his store, and did not expect to the F. .C. & P. Ry..was in town Jut the "a>a before petting Uw ga.ollns '
** successful: young-mercnant 'a in ing Star Lodge, Knights of Pythus. engine in it and scud it to Jackaoorif'e' '
j, have time to tend to his tomatoes.
Judge Heyser and family came down week. Mr. Holden prolonged his stay '
after a> of Arista with Dan Rmo .
business cargo ,
town Saturday attending to
from Riviera and Sundayed ,in West geueratJmprovement The vacant lot between the Dade Mr. James Walker, of Schenecladay, here owing to the fact that the freight as capt.... f 1iI--

Palm Beach, connected with,matters of County State Bank and TROPICAL SUN N. Y., who bas been spending, the train he ietended to take passed earlier 3'

at Boynton. buildings is to be fitted up and sodded winter at The Boynton" left for his,I';than he expected and he was compelled. LlIlI1bctltO.-the ground at Eoy1in*

> )[. E Gruber visited Miami on' an important Frank Cortwright came up from for a tennis court Water piping is in home last week. Mr. Walker came to to wait over.- for the erection U a ux-tuotu siadsace

r business trip for I few days the Boynton yesterday and is stopping at and grass planted out, ad a few weeks the hotej an invalid, and left for the ---. ..- for W. IL Cox, who has rtaUy de*.

first of the week. the home_of his brotber.I'n-law. Geo. S. will see the ground in prime-condition.: North a cured: and happy'man. posed of L* imrtcaaUk Uut 4fc i94
DELR&V DOI GS.
s. Mrs. Hinlelsman returned to Miami Adams. He expects: to return .to Boyn Sunday last both the ministers of the. Mr. A. B. McNiece, who is spendingtbe S' and will give tu. atteauo W 'Jua trait' t

t Friday night after,a week's stay ',at her ton tomorruw night.Dr. .. I Congregational and Methodist churcheswere spring months at "The Boynton" M. K. Lyman is,on the sick list. farm and other. basil-*-*-* i tI icmt&

Boston Store here. Lansing and son, P. H.- Lansing, I out of,towr. At the Christain En- took a short visit to Miami last week. Mrs. W. W. BlacimViriafll quite ill. Saturday night's tmgst carried tU !

lira. G A. Kaiser was down froth Juno have rented the Happersett home for devour meeting a large audience were Mr. McNiece 1s in the commission business S. S Linton-wis in-Palm Beach last first solid car of l1*W. ptatapp.eaa Ii&

the*latter part of last week I&alover Sunday the summer and have ,sent for their present and at the Episcopal Church and went to Miami stopping at Friday on bnsin
V the guest of Mrs. S. D. Paine. respective families mho ,will be here hj many were unable find stating.room. several places along the road to_s e I Mrs S. .S. Liihon sent last Friday The car waa appropriately detotMa4 1

George Wellington,.and: B., F. Carter the fifteenth of next month., The Spring Term of Circuit' Court for what the prospects are as to getting anygreat with friends at Boynton.Mrs. and oa either aids was tbt suaV si e. J -"
volume of business but found that
" are building a packing-house.16x28 on A squad of Stminoles in fall fantastic Dade County convenes Monday at Jtruo. John Marshal is very ill at her meat "Fancy" "Florida fiact-FtfA .I
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there little between this acasonuf i&A -
was so place .
} 'El'Cid Plantation,".,a' mile south of .costume wert in town a couple of dajs A number of very important cases: are dome on Atlantic Avenue. 77 .... 4-. ,
1 and Miami thai he made his mindto
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too....._... .._. a.-. I this week enjoylngthemselvedi[ according on tba' docket, which, if they a come: toe come right back here and np until Vacant dwelling houses ,arerall'fUkd pUotographer cUiaUjii lobe 1st lst I
stay
to the manner and standard of ."large issue, will, make' this one of, the most ': and there'is a good demand for more. special service uf the New York WerLi ,
the is
ad concluded shipping season over '
t W. Stone Smith family portion of their white Brothers. interesting terms of court ever held in visited the wreckage U tit l>ar_ BUct .
aeasm'a'aojonra"at Palm Dade. D. H. A. M. T. S. Tenbrook is suffering with an
their regular :Webster Hume Julius
__ Lu thus that went bore at Bojraua bai
Beach yesterday and started for Troy Always on the order of improvement, Kanmeir'and Samuel Sloan left "The attack of fever. He. attended. by Dr. ile took several

N. Y. _. Mr. James McFarltfnd: is now adding a County Surveyor Fnnklyn Sheen and Boynton"; for their homes in Port Huron John McLeay of Boynton. season' ibutograplu
that he wt.l be o-nt
commodious bathroom to his W. R. Moses, accompauied by H. S. says U lUustraAUf
cozy on Sunday last Both Mr. Webster and Methodist services were conducted bj I
)lr. and Mrs B. L. Russell gave a home .'Loch-Side." The recent erection Williams, gf Rcckledge, are out in the Mr Hume came to this place: almost Mr. Hubbard last Sunday evening. He an article k* the. World.

bicycle party and luncheon to a numberof of a windmill nearby will furnish Everglade region on a land scoutingand confirmed invalids and now have returned made a very interesting talk. The most con.ervauv estisuUseb _

their friends at Palm Beach last all the force and supply desired. ptospecting tour. They are all Nonh almost, if not dntirely,restoredto Crops are moving quite freely at the uinable put the uutpat of vegetables ; -
Friday night experienced and if they the km betce LaaUaa J Y,
I orange: growers health. Mr. Webster in particular rum sect lying
The 'Powers family party who have present time, and will continue to do so
strike the right kind of a tract we will and Fort Lauad rdal In Out
Attorney W.. I. Metcalf returned from I been comfortably! located in the Adams made great strides in his recovery and until after the pineapples are shipp d. at not "S
probably hear of a new citrus fruit sec: crates thu seatutu than. ,
'. Key West Monday morning having Cottage on the East Side for the past after a little over two months residencein Mr. Rousseau, of Volusia County, was 75,000 Forty

.. been there during three days of the Con. season, 1tft for their Illinois home this tion opining up in that region. this grand climate, has returned in town Sunday looking over, the orange and crates tit this will CJ0 trout Soya

gregaUonftl Association. morning. The party consisted of Orlando Little Ruth Adams, the three-year home loud in its praise, with especially groves, and thinks very ranch! of loc ton aud vicinity.

A. Hammerman returned yesterday Powers wife aud son Howard, daughter of Mr.and Mrs Geo. S. Adams, tender recollections of the del ghtful tiug,here. Wm. ,Budd lUll gotten the Buyato .

from a ten days visit to Miami He'says Charles Powers and wife and child Prof. celebrated I er third birthday Monday location and surrounding of "The Mrs. Gardner and son were in the depot awl office la khip-bap fwf eke t

Chas and wife and child Mrs. afternoon a given at her home Boynton.IIBoynton be All al
West Palm Beach is the proper place Kerney by party city Saturday looking over the orange regular agent M soon as wnvca.
Atwood the and several to whichwere: invited quite a numberof Tent No. :: T. the conveuicnxvs and
for the County Seat, whether she gets it housekeeper i, K. 0 M., groves and we hope that they may be equipment usip I ;
or fails servants. her little playmates and friends. gave their first entertainment and socialin auiorg the new growers. pi ice just ash Mr. Budd hat ciptct 4

lames and play were followed by a their hall in fit aud the v&at fvt
new Maj. Boynton's tu up occupy awow
R. IL
Seymour a prominent Attorneyof Mr Goan, who is locating people on
H M. Flagler came down from St. Ohceola Con ty, was in town last spread of rake and ice cream, and the large packing house on the evening of orange lauds gave us a call and was 'u UM uu a pcrnuuicnt tt b. \
in his special train last Sun little folks had the happiest kind of a i8th. The .
Augustine April ,following program was
night, having come down from Titus. very much pleased with the prospects There is perhaps no mote attractive
and at Palm Beach almost time. The little hostess was the recipient carried out and all
#' day stopped villc to visit his old friends, L. A. Will- successfully present here. He says be will have a numberof lawn in town thau that about t e aoost

;,. half an hour before returning to the son aud family, of this town. Mr. Sey of a number of remembrances reported a very enjoyable evening ; new settlers in a few weeks. of Attorney W. I Metcalf. at the tad
ancient city. the from her
-- mour has been employed by the Society day guests P4KT I. of ben road
v A pleasing ws carriedout lie UD I'OtuctU street
program
t. "ultarSulo (Banjo Imltaton_...... very t
E the ubiquitous and irrepressible ..of Friends of the Seminoles to assist tbr Monday iight next, May 1St, a Tentof at the schoolhouse last Wednesday A (fountain flowers, foliage plaits aid
Jot nnan. ..............._....._...Sir Knight A. Frtedlund
knight of the' road, has been in State's Attorney in the prosecution of a the Order of the Knights of Macra 2. Add'etlll-"Hlwtorl of the Maccabees." evening, which closed the school for a velvety lawn of green BennuiU grad

town this week looking after the busi white 'man charged with stealing a. bees will be instituted in this town by i ........___.__MaJor N. S. Boynton this season. The teacher, Miss Irene all combine to give the place an air <
ness interests of the Jacksonville house horse from Tom Tigei, one of the well Major N. S. Boynton the founder of tbe 3. Phonograph; SelttlunR..Sir ._.. _;.._._ Rickards, has returned to her home at I cool comfort. _____ __
.... ... Knight J. D. Patterson
that U so fortunate as to have his services known Seminoles. The trial is to be Order assisted by a team from Boynton -I. Song.._?.-..-_. _....... .. ......M. Papnoui &s-a Ratone. i Delray will ship from SOD to 8 ro ,

a employed., held tomorrow at Titusville, an indict. Tent No.' I. Deputy Supreme- Commander 5. Reading..........??_?._...Mr. Bartram ._- crates of lima beaus this IIC-.. Last
ment having bets found by the Grand Geo. S. Adams, will be glad to 0. Kong-"Called Away" _.......... ._...... ...
was represented by quite a .___.___Mine. Selina Freedlun. MASGOMA MUTTER1NGS. year the prices did -otrvm *&Igta! as J31'e1:
Neptune Jury of Brevard County in session this receive applications for 'membershipo
PART II. they do ibis season, and yet the lowestnet
delegation over Sunday. Messr Henry week. t-.e.-- any who desire to go into the Tent as 1. ReadIng-"Cbarlor_Mr.J.P.Thomae The frame ofV.. J. Allen's bungalo returns for this particular vegetable
Brooker, F. M. Platt and J. A. Tindall, charter: members. He will also cheerfully 2. SOUR.._._ _Sir Knight B. W. Gardner is up. \
Mrs. Dr. Broadwell and children were MinstrelAt Troupe Organized. furnish any information about the 8, Phonograph be] 'ctlom .___ was fa 50 per crate last vear. The pruo
the party from there who returned ----- Order its benefits etc. ( _._... ..hlr Knight; J. D. Patterson Florence and Willie G'enn. were.up able income from thu one item ibis

among a meeting of a number of young 8. Song_..,__.. ?. ........._.M. Papnun from town visiting friendhere last! can ::e rstimalcd.
Monday morning. Den of this tcwnheld in the Town Hal! '_he Odd Fellows lodge held their 3. Guitar Solo-"Drum Jiar'h"_......... Saturday.The v
B. Hammerman was in Miami last Tr esday night, an organization was anniversary entertainment of the Order MM__Mr Knight A.Freeulon steamer Phoenix is having the M. B. L;loan sold twent, acres of {'
Ode.
week and this a tending the store of effected under the name of "The West Tuesday night, as announced in lastweek's Cloolng finishing touches put on and will be in fruit land sL wOk at lie'.iay! U t"Clt _
in THE SUN of the 1
while the latter enjoyed a little Palm Beach Minstrel I. An item appeared parties who are prjwricg to plant art.
I. Cohen Troupe"J SUN. Rev. J R. Walker delivered theater now in a day or two.
13th inst. to the effect that a party of cuus.derMe of land ia thatviuuity
vacation away from his usual work D. Matbit was! elected chairman ; an address; Mrs. Geo. S Adam I A social gathering was in session at acreage: its
gentlemen from "The Boynton" went
i there. Mr. Cohen returned Friday Geo. S. Adams, secretary aid manager ; and Mrs. Max Sirkin, and Mrs Adams ; Capt. C. E. Merchant's Saturday evening to citiu. fruits. Tea acrttuf -'"
01). but. will be with us again this Wilbur assistant on an expedition to explore the Everglades I the twenty are planted Out to piers tat.
sight, Yarborough, manager; and Miss Vesta Willson sang duet : and a pleasant! time i is reported
week. Burt Burkhardt which was incorrect according are in hearing, b..U.f them bdog fancy
Yarborough, treasurer.A Miss Maui sang a solo, and
1 to the following card received from two J. II. Dicit returned last week from fruit of the Aub ka
committee to draft variety.
by-laws was Geo. L. Branning Mrs Branning and
G. C. Matthams and wife left Sunday i of the gentlemen in question : visiting liis i stepbrother up at Stunt
selected, consisting if Hurt Yarborough i Miss Lulu .- of
Angevine readings. I. W. ak the animal
gave Buitharjfs
night for Nassau. be absent in that I "Dr. Mcl>ayof Watford. Out volunteered but says he won't bring tbe bees till
Emile Anthony and Geo. S.dams Refreshment were served to the forty he rt''l'II\ly purcba etl bts rtMilUnlm
s c 'y for some weeks. Mr. Mailbams is to act as guide to escort us to next time. i.
Adjournment was taken until tonight. or forty present and a pleasant social transforming: a mere tVcktan data a
Interested ia handling and marketing tbe cocoanut grove abut two miles P. Lennon is beginning to hip tomatoes
ben arrangements will be made for the evening enjoyed. : kskr' hurstftrth
was re-actable p-cceof
tie season's crop of Bahama pines, and above the hotel, and as he represented from his plantation now in con |
first entertainment. that shuts what little attention suS-
tt will give that matter some attention Yesterday forenoon the people in town I himself well acquainted with the country sideralile quantities aud of good site I a
while there. ---4.- were startled by the mass of black I I and also stated.that he had been a guide acd quality. !dent ftflanel l care will 4c.I. The anima'
-- Town Telephone Exchange. I: in usrlul in the vatesrlveimproveuntut4Mr
smoke and tbe blaze south and west. A' i i. the employ of tbe Hudson Bay Co., Geo. B Swift's launch and sailboat 'COUKS very

Cot. Joe Dawson. vice-president of the Tuesday Dr. J, A. MrLeay. of Boston number of men wert down to see what exploring the wiids of British N.rth have been; sent over to the ways at thepoint 4ukiikI.rarrytag; ion
of the knights of at his the Lke .tde.i .
T. V. A.. one jolliest place by
assistance if was needed and found America we accepted his services We hauled and
and Geo. S. Adams, Town Clerk, any to be out put in sum i> '
the grip in tbe State an enthusiastic made a short canvass among the businessmen that the fire was started by sparks from were very sorry we had done so, however flier quarters. I i George L. M;-d 4ulj won the r lwl.

Knight of Pythias and an all-round good here relative to the immediate the freight engine that passed a short' for after leading us on a useless Geo. A. Gale, wife, son aud lather, i t ills of Miami cnifcns laA Saturday by

fellow paid this town one of his period establishment a telephone exchange time before, and was being driven rap tramp 01< several miles, we found that Geo. W. Sears and' wife and Alex 1 his: daring rapture of runa"., Lono

ical business visits this week. stocking to connect .local business houses and idly towards the home of W. R Moses, he was totally* unacquainted with the Rowley left early Saturday morning in .. that was .dlaltJini a carnage! Ur.lfi '.:

up the hardware store of,II. E. Gruber. residences with the private line now in A line of backfiring was started on the country, and soon bad us ntangled {in a Gale & Co,'s launch "Pinta"for, Miami aged down the streets, wad ia the car ,
I
E. Peterson, one of Lake Worth's citizens operation between this town and Delray west side of the County road, and by thicket of Spanish bayonets from which and after spending Sunday aid Monday riage was the little son of A.lam CcrtlL '}

of the early days. wa np from and taking in all intermediate points., dint of hard fighting and close tie extricated ourselves with much diffi. visiting in that section, returned, arriving MacDonald leaped IB front of the it
.Miami this week representing some Sufficient subscribers were secured to watching its progress was stopped before culty. Then in bis endeavors to find a home Tuesday night, leaving Mr. I caught the bridle aud clung to lh< aai. "I(

parties who wish to chatter the schooner warrant the institution of tbe exchange, it had reached any improve I fields or pathway he got into a quagmire, and in Sears and his wife at Little River on mal's neck until be brought it to a fall '

.'Emily B." for freight service: between and a telegraphic order for alt the nec. premises. Stveral times fUmes leaped response to' his loud cries for help we their way down and ringing Frank stop tbu i, all ptuhtbtlily saving the '

Bay Biscayne and Jacksonville. Mr. essary equipment was, or will be sent toi 1 across the road, but each time it was plunged in to' save him, which, after Con wright -up from there with them as child from serious injury if wt f rota /

Peterson examined_the boat secured a expedite its speedy arrangement. beaten out until all danger was past. much labor wet feet and soiled clothing, far as Boynton. death ibelf. ]


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4f om....... P.stead flu 1.epaJu T'
e nMMt and Itt AAonmumt. TOriCOF CONVE' SATION THAT A pleasant aa.1 convenient hotel J1 d ;

Is It possible to ever grow prosy MOST INTERESTS :THEM. built and newly furnished Imtcti 99 t
aver the shirt waist? is a question that Does Your Stationery the ocean beach in the ton of 11.Iytltovs, '

any reader of fashion note would It If Almott ... ably .. the 8oldet .fRUJ loot of Lake Worth, twelve ..& fcttlil .
tontly deny, at least so long as there .UC T..thfBl GraM-DUtUg tbOnly of Palm Brach. Can be reacted b. >P.
U anything new'to tell of these useful W. HMlMMl .C lt.doal.t E1tW Suit You ? B. C. R. R. or by huocb, Mil tort ofearner.

garments. Many of them are being Vt. .f Draft fin th. P.,,.. DMr.u*. .... I A place with surrocBdags -
quiet pleasant
f made In the form of sailor blouses.
Tie'wide, square collar fling over 'it has been said truthfrlly that : for parties who fish! to rem<+tla tot

,alsplleiy la pee.r.i.a. the shoulder may be of white embroidery when two women who know each other H a period to enjoy the healthful cHeutft
,u The' best deeorators arechasteaess on an otherwise sober solid blueor moderately well'are left togeUer Next, to his wearing apparel there is nothing of Southvra Florida, away from tile 'y
4 dli P1Ieity and of preaehhl' red gingham shirt else the body their conversation will promptly turn ;* 15 tarty-burly of large, fashionable hotel.
h U'e. \Old t.hat what yon want styte.is a really Too and collar may 'be of gingham and the on the subject of flesh. How not to a realty neat roan is to particular about as No formality so stiffans, ete'ytlisf>

\ee room, and to acquire this colon. sailor vest In front will be a V of fine grow stouter and bow to get thinnerare pleasant and mciaUe. .. _
&I I'alshingg'are highly recommend needlework. The''sailor type of waist the phases of the questions with the quality and appearance of his Stationery. Good large, pleaust rooms, ud
teL. !Hence It Ia, that does not preclude the wearing of a whieh.theirtalk is most likely to deal homelike table service can be obtaia4
,)eked chJri and stoats are quaint now hlIh- stiff linen collar and one of the new Diet exercise and even medicine And in very truth, it does proclaim bit business for |a.ooper day and upward Special :
F IWtllnatile.. &IS welt M those easily shoestring ties, literally no wider than manufactured expressly for the pur- rates by the month. f
) Iq''(In; thaln covered with more t i a L silk lacer, draws,in a long narrow place have long bee n recognized method as a neat fitting and stjlbh suit of } Call pr addrec for further particulars, I
fefTet rep, bow in of keeping flesh down or gettingrid THE iI01\'f 11Y FU.
Ocretonue.. COlonial yellow is front and the tie made fast to Bwyilea,
the> .'exeeUence for the walls the collar by very. small pearl-heade4: of It after its increase has been too clothes proclaims the man ]
aheU r:P8i&ted or papered of a room plus such as the ijen affect Now, its great At least one of these is known I
ro be lo unfailing In its effect Diet will i
s furulK'Ied- cols>nIAl 1t11 The an Indisputable fact that some sensible -
k }a liese should be"narrow; and U nsnally women are not going to wear nxiuti' the man orwomanmostnatural- It will, if it is G.W.IDNERee1ers
= 1teDeU.d-- browns. In of the ties at all with .their summer ,shirt I ly addicted to flesh as well as possessed .
some .1i
lI10dem bUIlt houses in the city It Is waists, provided Vie shirt's collar Is a of It through indulgences that. Increase furnished
*ayr.to n>4t room with a colonial high band with a deep roiling outer tliiit tendency. Hut diet Is based onIIt'tr''I'ly .J you by & SON.
.a I ..note. wcognlwd bj the columns for Bap. Just under the chin the points natural luws and makes ex .. <
&04. a. 'slmple. IheU... )t the rolling collars have buttonholes acting demands that must be satisfied

y I What tq do with the Goon of country worked and through these slip a goldor Souu'liody siild with a seriousness the right kind of a house* present a nice ap J and -
Opticians
10UiQ ebanbers Is often a troublesome silver linked aifair. or a stiff gold worthy of a greater subject that flesh d

problem, where one objects to carpets loop made on the exact pattern of our .Ipafc than anything else, in the world pearance and make a good impression wbicb
; nsn1a1tlog: and & ::nff buttons the. bead .ornamented liowod that nothing was to be act-cm-
urd..wQOlL, Aa artist basttled the with deep sunk cibocben Jewels. A (dished in 'thU lif! without a corresponding would not be the case if you used shoddy Watche Clocks, Jewelry,
laestion, tot Wn self by palutlng them neater, prettier finish for a collar sacrifice. If work or sacriilre Musical GooJ s, String, etc.Slatleeery .
Pith the colored enamels used on met would be bard tp God and fa:* will ap te be set-ret 0* everything in this paper that was poorly printed. .
u bedsteads. The dull shades bar- peal to women wha hare no knack for life 11 Is particularly true or dieting.

I i jnofce betattfnliy with the, walls. putting a perfect oow In a refractory Tin "prmttw 1 III erefore unpopular, Now while speaking of houses that are !Ilk i BM 1Mb -3
hiss walking Is vhtm a hansom is at
a room In Dutch blue ihere Is necktie. Sometimes two, handsome DM
luf enamel which Is perfect for the a pearls ornament: tile knots of this new hand. No substitute>, however was Bright," we must not fail to mentionTropical \: NEWS DEPOT.
'loor Moss green and dull roller stud, but the stud 's oftenest vir known lo accomplish the same result 3
copper are "IK>> thick dOl'toral ked DAILY PAPERS.
a
,r' W\effectjTe wlth white woodwork. corn as an exact match for the cuff you
t rae enameled buttons. Women are going to take ,ivimijjn of a pbyUrlan..bat these
floor should
I'r .. -.J, llshe and bee wued to gain be the best Ta dadiy to the crisp taffeta ties called iifdii-liu lo reduce people would doI' Fine Watch 1 Bielry HepaIrul
" 'all harm if I stopped eating The--
:esnltaALiltaduniMt. the Lady Algy, thU; have been recenty ) ,
:wvwta and starch food drank very .
f' introduced as a companion to the lit ALL IikA15eULs
shirt uli wine and took a great deal of ex-
> a, ..wl.C w.w...., new waist It takes just seven-
,:, A new device which win be appreciated jlghts of a yard el taffeta to make,a -ris,'? Would It bo dangerous' then StslHit BiKk! West '1IIIud.
in tin t-o try those medicines" ,
by the seamstress it. work He or you can purchase tblp detailready
.a
.b1cUq' attachment for sewlnz made in the shops. Strict ad- -If, you are willing! : to do all those _. .
-
ma- - -
'
lerence to the rule of fashion demands iMUCH, wait bin answer, 't will notmxtsttary
that one's' tie be made not of ribbon. >.. to tike any medicine. Subscribe for THE SUN
but of piece taffeta and all edges narrowly You will gel!: .thlii enough without
hemmed by machine. A Lady horn" The physician explained afterward -
Algy consists of a buckram stock cov- Ibat he knew what she meant
red smoothly with silk sad having Takiog the medk-Uies was merely in- 4un'Which Clematis Avenue
ver widening sashlike end drawn tonditl as an excuse for ignoring the
Forward from the back. of the"neck lift. or for following it very carelessly.
Joined In an ample knot under the chin "..1"' puIarity| of these remedies Supply Store- -::
and letting fall to the waist line two : far reducing flesh" he said "comes
nds cut in dart points. In the matter rnfln-ly from the (act.that the people : enjoys a well merited reputation for I
::-Witt Palm feat. iterlee.
jf neck finishing the mood now seems who take them &;f trying to keep
I to get away from anything like imitation from doing without the thing! which furnishing high-grade work. THE SUN has J. D. IIA THIS 1I0p"0I'

have of the known masculine and followed mode, such slavishly awe s ace they:. .know up. So it is they Important seek for for every them ox-to the heel equipped Job Office along the Ear ,.......,It Bt... .. ... q U4 t'.aq Gt ,

for the past two seasons. nse. Already the situation has been Cuasti I Mr Uott-M.Kk K Jt ... aaua ........
and is
IIlIlIle' easy enough for them. Bread of better prepared now than ever

A New .prlBt Jiekct. very palatable kind is to be had now Bahery Goods and
Unit In far less fattening than breadused before to meet all the requirements of the .
In jackets there U much to choose '
to IM. and some of It., if eaten In 1 Family Groceries
trom
this spring. Never were there
more moderate quantities. I Is not In the least trade in that line.

I led.wraps.' The Illustration ornamental shows nor more a spring Tar- fattening, I'n' 'rmad'! with a .....Ny Specialty.
xnhstituitf for be had and
sugar can ,
:goat such as we may expect to see Goods delivered fret to say pan
"l TO KEEP THB WORK CLEAN 110 (N-rMHi need ttn.l it now necessary I
of and such Work : of the tN
many as must inevitably High-grade ,.:{_ City or across t.h.
I In without sweetening in tea coff
chines which has go or .
been recently pat.tel1u.d. *
pall 'upon ns after the -
.. AH Criers Given Tnstf AtUcUtl.
Hut want the work made
; .: This consists merely of novelty of the first *tw sped they Is the kind #
SUN does
..:' large network basket which, may be mens have passed. While, they are still easier. Last week an invelligentwiiinan THE Goods, First-Ciass and Frtih. Iltghest
i .either of wire or cord net,.stretched Fresh they are pretty enough but came to me with a story about prices paid for coaatrj prodvct
'
.- ;'aver frame and means ara provided let any woman beware o>r.expecting a paste madv lB.Puis. It WAS some Bat M m.aad t win oars you_q. 14-q7
,,::1.t: 'for clamping this to the edge'ot the them to retain their prettiness for any what In the nature of an ointment and tbe only kind. We have found through adD
and could IK nabbed
into the skin.
sewing machine, which is farthest of It .
length time. It Is a case'cf making (
r from the operator. By this idea the the most of them while they last. was said to have wonderful effect' In an experience extending over'a Dl1fllher of t '
r seamstress is able to handl delicate Lawn cloth, cut out and appUuued up'in reducing flesh. Tell me. doctor, .she BICYCLE
f work pinch more quickly* ale shear Is white taffeta and ornamented with alllwd.o I use It?' I did not see the yearn that it pays to do this, for when you 1 1H0SPIT1L.
tiuT.. and I could have idea what
.w hampered by being compelled to mbossed and embroidered flowers I is no
look constantly to the care of the fabric used for this modish little jacket: The the elements were, but I told her that once get a customer be will stick knowing
for as soon as It has passed underthe spade front appears, and the basque at it would do an much toward making :
.. needle it falls Into the basket the sides and back I is so short as to her thin as rubbing cologne on her that what is done for him will be done BIGHT, I,.
> where it la entirely safe from con tam barely reach below the waUt line a hand Harmful? Possibly; although
.. .. ination.A .. iistingnisblng characteristic o? all the It is doubtful if the results could ever and in a manner that will be both pleasingand General Repair Wotk.. L.
have lawn ,
serious
f ,. spring coats. Without doubt, brevity as enough of theatuQ Enamelling a Specialty.Hth6ritftW. .
' would not have been ?
- Ha..t.c rte+ar.a in jackets has come to stay, The re- absorbed. attractive. n
,
. '
: few words may not be amiss consenting vers of this coat are small and sharplySPRING .'

I is.the In proper truth an hanging art in of it!self.pictnreu.which TheM In 1II\00e'Prm families. sa'ta the far sons fay, after theymuch tlsF.rSi! !< its Ts but!. .!

G-r > fashion of hanging the suspending their eighth: birthday, are re- And that's the .
qulrpd to drew far dinner I
t cord Jn an acute angle from one hook every night
"! Is now considered bad tas'A Every This does not mean that they are COMPLETE LINE OP SUNDRIES. f
picture should hang by means of two made merely to wash! their faces and ;
olds and the rings should be placed hands and to put on a clean blouse and Cheapest after all. I.I I.
.w that the picture will not lean for l( sailor suit but that they are expectedto !
ward from the walls. Oil paintings make a careful toilet nn.I lo appearIn GEO. S. ADAMS, ij
_water colors and etchings should not the dining-room in evening dress a raoratrrot.
v De;mixed up indiscriminately Try a short dinner coat Wing: the proper! '
s
jouple of water colors by themselves thins This is a fine fashion and Even though you might he able to send elsewhere WEST PALM BEACH. 'I

ID one wall space and a'group of photographs mothers who know say that their I
<: or carbon prints by themselves small boys like It. "Do you know" for your Stationery and save possibly ,

afaould and not hang note too the close effect neither, Pictures too mid whoso one parents mother ran, afford"that a every dress suit boy a few cents on an order amounting to several j Set d Toe SLIT] Your Job Work f Jd J

too for inspection. Disregard for him should provide- and make
nigh: nor Jew
him It dollars remember that time is consumed and ---
of these points spoils many a put on every evening. That'srood ; 't
toe picture. training for a boy. Nothing Is I West E. U. DunCE,
better for him than to get Into the delays occasioned in doing so, and that' if roprietor : !
:r
; Chtlr With P.rim il. TI..... habit of dressing up so to speak and
i The latest proposal regard to din- then when he li. grown he will not mistakes should occur, you will have more or Palm ,
a mat an everlasting fuss about it, as
chairs Is full of
-1- room interesting
jig
many men do. I've often wondered leas trouble in getting them rectifie .
i" possibilities. The Idea Is to apply to Beach I
:f. $these chairs the principle of the pneumatic whether laziness or pure cnsKedness
K was at the bottom of the way some
tire. Before a long dinner the
each chair will men act about putting on tceir evening Drug
i- teat of bepumped upi I The Sun Guarantees
tad the happy guest will finish the clothes and I've about decided
'J most protracted session in comfort that It is six of one and half a dozen of t
at
the other;>2-Xew York Sun. ore.
that Is the theory, of course. Whether Satisfactionand I
j : the practice will tear It out no one *
Families To IH.p1.. tk. Hatpla.'
;an prophesy. including and Royal Poinciana Pharmacy I
!. small boys would do well to proceed Although the hatpin In use at present ,
A distribution COAT. answers Its purpose fairly well, ,,
cautiously. judicious of I
is here at home where it stands
;,.. u tacks would ma e the sitting down of pointed. Like the jacket barque and there is a demand for something a little right f

a ,dinner party like a volley of musketry sleeves, they are covered with the more convenient and one which at all times and under all J -DEALC9a is-__
ready
applique and embroidery. Ibis 'coat will not have the faculty of becoming circumstances .
!II lined with blue mislaid 90 readily. Another drawback '
and white Mjfe. Withit
.' areal "' _k_ Is worn a toque In bright blue straw In abe use of the present type of hat- .. to fulfill its contracts to the letter. It you Drugs, Toilet Articles : i

The .royal pancakes for Queen Vic :rushed into an anomalous shape and 1 yin is that It very soon causes unsigbt'v are not satisfied with work have ,
v toria's table are made as follows: "To wavy with white roses and foliage. marks In the frame or trimming of you may

\f w each egg allow one ounce of flour, half > bat This Is true of tab'lea.of all elsewhere and wish a change in the Fine Stationery and J
I Kill ot"milk and one-eightb of a A. Id.* far a 'ilk u..... Inds and (colors but its work Is par- gotten
d latapoonfnl of salt. Whisk them well It yon happen to own a bigbeautiful cularljr disastrous on those! of the f
;' la a basin beating the whole Into a aid embroidered Chinese crepe shawl ore delicate tints. There has recent style or grade of your Stationery, Druggist Sundries. i

.perfectly smooth batter which, when with a rich silk fringe a heritage from ly been Invented a little affair which \ I
ready for frying should be like thick in ancestress, who wore the shawl ten is Intended to supersede the hatpin en-
cream. Cover the pan thinly with :derly as a wrap If it has turned the Irely' and which will also be found Send in a trial order Prescriptionsrarefully Compound
f', butter. Crate a little lemon rind over shade of old Ivory and is fragrant with st where and when it is wanted.. ITO t East Count flimsiness Solicited.WEST .

the cakes and send sifted sugar and the spicy sachets amid whlci- it has for anything need PALM I
you may :
( cut lemons to the table with them." laIn for years bring It forth and turn IIKAril. ff.HMi0.

r The younger members of the family It into a gown. A white silk gown
,, hare currents and sultanas In their with an overskirt made of such a
pi cstea. ihawl Is tbe most modish and sumptuous in the office or counting room-Letter Heads, '
dinner toilet possible present Whidden's Market
r.......Anrlva ITt..."" and if you wish to realize what a Note Heads, Statements. Tags Envelopes,
A French cooking teacher advocating treasure you possess In your shawl, .
it the use of copper cooking uten lust go to a dressmaker and price a Cards, Bill Heads, Bills of Lading, Counter. Is Prepared to Supply ..
tUa has sounded a word of warning costume with such a drapery. She will 1.
r sralnst putting them or Any other ask you from $300 to SUUO fur the toilet Pads, .Circulars, Dodgers, Hand Bills, Pamphlets you with.......
at dishes used In cooking away In dark the price dependent upon the size I
t rlolt>ts.. Keep them where there Is afresh ind ripe beauty o! the shawl drapery HOLD WOMEN'S MATS ON. or in fact anything that you may want Good Meats at Lhi&g Priets
\ circulation of pure air she says About a skirt of pale cloth or silk the Is to be sewed to the hatband '
\f on either
.* and give no chance for genes' to find shawl 1s invariably hung In a series' of side. The contrivance consists of in the line of PlUN1'INGAnd -
,.f a lodgment Copper( saucepans are points and the fringe and beautiful plate provided with means tor fasten a Fresh Pork,
'n na1'e In the first place but they embroidery suffice for decorarion. The lug; .it to the sweatband and this is Beef
i sever scorch are cleanly and .If bur most perfectly gowned bnd .4 of the provided with a toothed ,
''e nlsbed every day vith an extra clean Easter and spring season are going to ing on a pivot or hinge.arm The work Lit we will Poultry ;
I .las once a Wl't'k.f1D last twenty-flv e the altar In dresses made from their ter is manipulated by
means of
fears without need of renewal. mother's or grandmother1 shawls lever which protrudes dDwnwardlj: a Eggs. j

I .! Fine nainsook embroideries wltl 5 up cad from the small bodices fringed are skillfully shoulder' worked shawls. comb Just'under when the the plate lever and is elevating depressed the< please you=sure. Native Meats a .
specialty
medallions of lace introduced here am 1 When the hat is adjusted on'tht' head
t 'Ur*, A<14 pretty variety to the sea.I Fawn and dull, colored laces: gener of the wearer the teeth are eaused'tengage Your Patronage *
: ? Son's trimmings. Irish point and Yen ally are one of the desirable dress with the hair and th-' points 0 Solicited.

lee mint effects are also prettily reproduced trimmings. Fawn colored late on a ire locked in any desired position: bu Market on Banyan
In the cotton rmbroiderietd .. dlk waist worn with a fawn cloth suit are easily dlseugled Htrrrt,
I by Weans of the
fir ,PI'} "!IDler pn& J (II the smart thing' leiu. 11.12 WEST PALM BEACW

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THE ,TROPICAL SUN, WEST AIM BEACH, FLORIDA THUBSDAYi APRIL; !7, 1899. g

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i COLUMBIA'S .CREW. e
1 i _- FURNITURE..
Wl '
1-. SPICY1i. .- ." .
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1t! Hard at Work .. the 'Stroke Wblch Ifi I
t i Expoetod to Ile a Winner Household! Sewing Safaincs, '

i 1: The accompanying illustrations givea : Noiseless Tic BeIItlIa, fH.Kadc.. Ufbt aanalagaal
clear Idea of the stroke Dr. WalterB.

Peet is teaching the Columbia
'
Sole Anrit for the. famous Wall Truk. Hit
Ufcen at Columbia's BRIGHTSPARKLING :
crews They were ,
:I'big marble swimnng pooL For the > : tree- made to order. A Com-

;, first time in the history of rowing at o l>bUu of '

this institution a "boat" has been rigged : FUttNITUpE
up indoors to give the men actual
",,"FtE OF THE BICYCLE I'I water practice in mastering the stroke. of ad description at Rock Bottom Print,both
wholesale and Retail.
To put an eight-cared barge in the Habj Carriage Iruu $Sop
to 120. Go carte,Belrl ntun.1ft
___al Why the I'ead of the Maebin.R.q.trer I tank was deemed impracticabe. But Etc. Chula
the "single" answers the purpose even
Careful Attentt.a.t --
beter, some believe, because it affords I
."There is no part of the machine I opportunity for individual coaching. WV hire a cosirigBnieBt Of Oak Diners tad r
careful attention Reed Rocker that will be sold low. Wt "
, _: which requires such Each candidate has a chance at least very
r as the head and yet, strange to say, i I once or twice a week for special In- handle the Famous Cleveland mad Baubfer
few riders bestow much trouble upon !: struction. These are the expressions BICTO.ES. _

It On the proper'adjustment of this : The first pose shows the full-reach Especial attention
giver to ow KID Grdm.
Important part defends not only the or the beginning of the stroke.. The ,
We Unrantee
?- steering: ,", says a beycle rider, "but a J oarsman sits on his pelvis bones, back which can be heard on all rice*, Call emu SatfcUrtton.,or Hid ia both la oider good aid
roar to
good deal of the ease of running of the perfectly straight shoulders set fiat,
machine. It must be remembered that not bent or twisted around toward the is sae 17 lasts St.,JACKSOSV1LLE, FU.
of la always sides concerning the news ONLY .'.00
this important part a safety oar The arms are extended straight *-21
moving in Vie act of balancing!1. out Instead, however of grasping the D..E. COOPER MTg Co.

the cycle'and that it, therefore, has a oar firmly with both hands, the In- I r
columns
of
great deal of wear, quite as much, Indeed -

t', as any other bearing. In addition Established 1875.
to this the stain is unequal, and r
.
the ball races have to support the
weight of the rider and all the cross William A. Bours & Co. f
strains occasioned by the inequalities -

. of the road. Then again the balls

do not have a full rotary motion but THETROPICAL Grain Garden Seeds and Fertiera.No. t
only a backward and a forward .
movement, often very slight, but yet .

; sufficient to wear them considerably 6 EAST BAY STREET -)- JACMWITUM Fu. r
In course of time. To keep a head in .
proper condition it should be 1

curately adjusted 'care case We handle only the Best and most BelUbl Stile. A complete suck.<
that it is neither too tight nor too

loose. Any looseness may easily be de Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits
tected by taking bold of the handlebar -

and lifting it cp and pressing it START. Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, Both Bright and Dark.AT
down alternately any shake is .
board hand, In this instance the right,
.
felt it must proceed either from the WHOLESALE.State
-
is bent slightly to the left, gripping the 7.
head or the front heeL A good plan
when adjusting the head is to turn the sweep firmly. The cut-board hand Agenta for Tyg rt-Allea Fertilizer Ct.
the bar only with the first and
leering post aronr.4 once or twice Lc grasps second joints of the fingers. This is Star. Brand Fertllizen-GllaratJtefOd ....d'.:., 0'.... ,,... asd 1 P rb
the socket This vjll bring a different which has ground &1Ie.Nitrate cola.)lunata of t4aalhHtpluta! Uttw',1tatt, f1IiIM r.,..
the English method sup tea
'dhere
set of balls into the position where : bare DO tlllpe.lor a.the Mark...sad a trW ww "fllCe
most weight has to be supported. planted the old way of holding the oar SUN. Send for Catalogue.rrw- .....
firmly with both bauds.
machines utterly ruined by
Many are
At the start the blade enters the
.. the heads being neglected, which A. .. =
water with a hard vicious catch. Then
causes the sockets to wear oval When long strung lug. The POPE& JACKSONVIL
this occurs proper adjustment is out comes a anus McLAURIN t/l.ORIDA..
used as connecting rods, drive the body .
of the question. leads should work
back almost to finish. Just before
freely but should always be absolutely the
the reaches the perpendicular,
body
rigid." however, the slide comes into use. The '- The OLDEST and BEST Fruits -and ProduoeCommission

legs start a powerful drive. Then .
. flab HUB c..t h. at Flnlih. .
Tape 0-
legs arms and body pull out the strokeat ;.
Australian advices tell of a remark- the same time. The arms are used : newspaper published in the Merchants
;: '
markable bicycle race in Sydney, :
. to finish out at the very end. The oar

a which one-mile was race won, watched 1': a dead by man.ten thou-In of comes a slant.out of the Instantaneously water on somewhat, hands. County. Each week they Fancy Grades of BUTTER AND CHEESE. .

Somer.ille and body dart forwaA together on the We Solicit Your Bosinesa ,....t/'; '
recover without a Jerk, but hard and .
and a dead man. contain We only eollc t the business or Xerehuca and WIll tot In elders r... c...... sra 4 ';;
". At the start he quickly'.went ahead should buy from their home dealen. $;. 'tk
r *
closely followed by another crack rid-
er named Percy Cliff. They left forty-
eight riders in the rear and shot
around the track almost wheel to !
wheel When within twenty-five yardsof LITTLE BROS.r l

the tape Souiervllle who still led All the News ;: ,

by half a wheel, was seen to relax his ,, .
. hold on the handle-bars. Ills pedals :.;.i' FERTILIZER and PHOSPHATE COMflllit i

.', whirled around, however, and he >
pluckily held his posItIon. 4-

' .1; a Five tremendous yards from spurt the and tape struck Cliff Somer-put on that IS News Jacksonville, Florida. ;

,
\111. hind whet, shooting the ma- "
; < ) ?. FINISH. '. ,
chln.3, with Its then almost Inanimate "
'. burdtn. under the .The crowd quick Just about the middle, how If you are requiring Fertilizer for I I
i : tape. down 'gradually )t : .. Vegetable, .'
slqw V
yelled wildly, But gilenceensue4 when : ever they very ;: ., .: 4
o Somervllle, after crossing the tape to the full reach. This gradual declineof ltd. ') ineapples'eta, write tope and we can: gin ,oil ,.;
the motion is calculated to do
away
plunged on the headformost bard track.from the' machine with the stopping of the boat between not only from West Palm more value for jour money than say other Maa .

strokes caused the sudden lurch
by
f When picked up he was dead. Phyalclans ufacturer or dealer in this State or from
forward of the eight heavy men. ate
who examined his body said he
The features of this strokeare Beach and immediate 'vicinity
particular other State. Write for
mutt have had an sttaci: of heart fall- pamphlet,1 prices eta,
of the
the extreme length body-
on on the la'st lap.CYCLE the and forward o to above address.
rocking'backward
swing 5.1'!.
NOTES. on the pelvis bones rather than but from all points ofT 1
from the hips, the powerful finish of .
and with legs jammed down
arms body
I George' Banter is booked to race at hard and the! quick recover with the note on the Lake and along
Tunis,. and
Constantinople Naples
gradual slow-down as just !explained.,
Palermo and appears to be making a '
Chas.N.
air Income out of his bicycle. Cotl.g. ..th'."..*. the railroad thus makingit Welshans 'Ii
When Edouard 'l' ylore, the French At a recent mass meeting of the Harvard :
.
-1 ." middle-distance cyclist who competed Athletic Committee two important !
In this country last year, returns this votes were taken on the questionof easily -STATE AGENT FOR- : ,J
j
. season to America he will bring several restricting the participation of .
\ : h
,
, .
petroleum pac'.ng machine. .
, freshmen in Intercollegiate contests.
' Advices from Cs'ifornla are to the The first vote was to the effect! that & r' : :
;" effect that Jimmy Michael] divides his the freshman football team shall playno Longman Martinez Pain t

: time between the bicycle and the games outside of New England.

horse but says he has no intention of This will of course prevent the Harvard : J
" abandoning the wheel for a year at.least freshma.n team from playing the

;, In ease he is champion at the University of Pennsylvania freshmenat The Leading Family Newspaperof Lime Brick. Shingles"' n __ ._ ,* p ;
close of 1899 he may ride in Paris in Philadelphia and will result this |, !P 't

. 1900. content must take place in Cambridgeor Cement and Coal Tar. :\ \'
Ten cents for any distance is the not at alL The t'l'COndte was i
charge made by the Prussian' State merely In the form of a proposition to f t)
Railway for the carriage of a bicycle the other universities but it is one Dade County Agent for Sickler's Peerless Cement Plaste I :
. accompanied by 1U owner which, if adopted will limit the period i

of a college player's eligibility to 'var- .
w. LI M If Cjel I* Moving Slowly. sity teams to three years instead of 13 South Hogan St., Jacksonville Florida. I0.ii:$) ;

Cyclists who hare had their wheelIng four, as at present and will prevent i, .
enthusiasm dampened by arrest freshmen from playing on college 3

'. for going too fast or failure to have a teams.! The votes were as follows: .........a.......................................... i;
'. V i lamp burning at night! will welcomethe Voted, that this committee is willing'to Already THE SUNs a wel- .

. measure introduced at Albany by pass the following rules In case the GRHIN H1\Y-- '
t'- Assemblyman Collins. If this law co-operation of Yale, University of 1
roes Into effect no county or city can Pennsylvania, Princeton and Cornellcan come visitor to nearly every 4
force a cyclist to carry a light unless be secured: First That no stu- FLOUR, GRITS MEAL COTTON SEED MPJU. AND
r be Is traveling faster than six miles an dent shall be eligible to represent his : POULTY SUPPLIES. ALSO NEW.... f ;
.. hour. Or If he Is going faster he may university, except on class teams, unless home in this section !
' 't- evade the lamp mi'sance by rinsing a he has been in residence at that {: GARDEN SEED
.. bell at every thirty feet The bill also university at least one academic year. !
provides that a rider cannot be prevented Second That in no case shall a student and its many attractive .
L from using a sidewalk built by represent any university or uni- 5 ARRIVING FRESH ALL TUB TIME. I

Cyclists unles the tighway Is in proper versities in intercollegiate sports for LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH. WRITE for QUOTATIONS !
shape for wheeling.( If this law is more than three years, except in class ; : features are bringing new : \
passed one violating it may deposit $5 teams, as noted in the preceding rule. I t
or his wheel as & guarantee that he I JAMES B. BOURS JffllTills M \
.t will appear In court to face charges. BITOF S'-ORr. recruits to its ranks each $r ,

.. aeeeaeetleeeeeeeeaaa9)9p' ...................... .... \ :
s McVsrlaadalvoad.r.ITarry Albert L. Knight of Toronto, a professional \
week. I
Elkes met a formidable opponent sprinter, died the other day

In F, McFavland, of California, of tjphoid pneumonia aged twenty- Do You Want aWe
in the fifteen-mile paced race in San nine years. f(( \
Francisco a few days ago Elkes dur- George Boyd Voter and Boney Boy STEAMBOAT .
have them to Sell,and if we have ,
lag the last indoor season in New have been declared out of the Suburban 1 ,' -' no:+eon haii to suit,we can build I I
York appeared to be invincible at In- and Briar Sweet Voter, Lambert Just wbut you want !
" door racing. McFarland, however '
Miss Marion and Chart-ntus out of: '
$ who Is not unknown In the East, the Brooklyn Handicap.The JudiciousAdvertisers ,1" Wt' are alto PreparedTo
1j-. easily defeated Elkes, the latter quitting old-time English professional :, > .,/Ii !

after riding eht! miles. He was sculler, Robert Cooper, is dead. He .. Furnibh_ __ h _____ __'
; '
,
: then ten laps behind McFarland, who / "
was a contemporary of Robert Chambers .. 1
established new world's indoor records and Hary Kelley, and was one of: Outfits for
from three miles up to fifteen. His the best of the Northern oarsmen. Pumping Irrigation. j
time by miles vas" follows: 201.
4:02. 5:48. If M4. 11:45 13:46: Jacob House, of Alloway, N. J., wona ,

15:41.: 1752. 1SK 2:08, 24:14, 26:14 shoot for the championship of South Write or call oa us for Anything in I
28:14, $0"::.'. ** Jersey from eight contestants. Each Our Line that you need. !
, .. man shot at eight birds and House

f GolBg t> Grade. killed eight! straight. Realize this hence the free Merrill-Stevens
I[ The secret of hill climbing is the Senator Rollins of St. Louis bas In- Engineering Co. !
traduced bill which allows
a pool sell-, ,
continual application of power. If the
s .I. rider Jumps to his work on a long hill ing and bookmaking by private In.' which they make of its JACKSONViLE FLA.Jacksonville
using great force for a time, be tires hall by the Paris mutual machine, orace use ,

himself and does not get as good reulU tracks within inclosures. I
I-
as when catching the pedal at Manager Haines, of the Cornell colums and its increasing Marine Railway i
'" track team has announced that all
the top of the stroke and using the ar
I ankle motion he follows it ;.inosithrough rang meats have been completed fo

,, the complete revolution. By the dual meet with Princeton at Elmira popularity as an advertising -
, r consistently observing the practice ct on May 30.s Cornell won from
r this method he utilizes not only the Columbia last year, and the latter defeated SUBSCRIBEFORTIIEu7l
power of the thigh muscles, but the Princeton a close struggle is medium.

calf l>moacfc w well expected. ,



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1'4.B TR(1PICAI( SUN MAN ON THE CORNER secret orders hiring organizations in I UKALEtt 1
HARDWARE
PuDn condition Masonic M.E.GRUBER T
ripest tl.de Driving Knights
tout), FI nda.. IS...
-Is.
I, nf Pythias and Odd Fellows, with a ,
L : ,
1'f' GUY aVl L "B1'C.ttP PUBLISHING, B WIIPUI He Hears Everything and Print Everything .Tent of the Maccabees in the process of CROCKERY and ';

:: DITOLf He Hears. or DhatiOD. He will find organized '

"IT.AUI ueu.N.DIYlItf r.uaaoar denominational auxiliaries, such as the
IUO",DADI ... _
COUNTY P\.ORIOA. --- FURNITURE.
t, Epworth League Christian Endeavor,
llVleClJPTJOI PRIa. S1.00 A YeAR. Never Contends That Darkness Is Light,
Congregational Ladles' Aid Ladics'Episcopal
.fitter U Sweet Salt Is Fresh Tall Is
.. Goods.
All Kinds of Boat
at th I'aItotIce' of Guild etc., besides a Readingand .r' "A
W
: tit Palm Beach Short That Is CM/ILe KIM
OP Wrong
Right.
t u IeCXID4 clue ..ucr. Literary Club for ladies. Debating Stoves,"TUwart Doors,8b tad made

"' r: ; TRtUDAY...... ll. 21,1899.- ''SI from Club fur young men, and an Athletic All Kinds of Fishing Tackle and Sporting Good ,E
have
f just a vacation
Club in All these
\ organiza
prospect. Gasoline Stove. Bin FUme Keraett OH Man.
r'"\% trip of a fete weeks and while aw.yl tions are thriving and tend to show the Glassware Lamp sad Lantern Harrison UN,' Ready KUtd Taalta'Mu1 ..

e have visited a number of towns in this general make-up of the town citizenship: I Orders Civ*. IPrwtaet ",&n .. 1Iot'f7

-.,. r State that lay claim to being disirablerelliden'ce a a a .-.

.. locations and have noted the
It is to that of
surprising me scores
features that are considered by them as PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
our people do not avail themselves of
it the special attractions of these placet
i many little side opportunities for earning
respectively. These I have made Choice for Rent.
points Property
a few spare dollars. One gentleman 1. I 'TCALF.ATTORNEr ,
note of and will embody them in suggestions .
I know who has his home on the Lake
that may from time to time appear has made hundreds of dollars by taking .AT. LAW.NOTARY -p.----- ONE OF THE- -..
in this column. PUBLIC.

a a fallen husk carved coct aunts but faces and after of various stripping kinds the, Conn Will practice i. County state and Federal Handsomest Private Dwellings on the Famed I h&ji! llfiie

j, I comfess to an enthusiastic desire to making an interesting and amusing LAND CASES A SP IAI.TV.

1.11 see this town have as much and as manyof souvenir that created a demand for more West Palm office:: Beach In TROPICAL Hide SUN County.Block: MorMa.W. WATER, BATH CLOSETS Etc. "

the good features as our sister towns I wherever one was sent. Another worthy SAIL AND NAPTHA BOATS. .

of the State, and at the same time desire : gentleman and his good wife have made FRANK POPE y VERY
s HANDSOME GROUNDS.Occupied
t. M to see her eliminate as far as possible it well worth their while to utilize the .

tr the undesirable factors and items that sour oranges that are to be had for a ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. as winter home of a New Yorker

'I operate as drawbacks to those same and rifle, in making a delicious marmalade 111 East Bay Street, who is going to Europe for several years.

!.t Fm. many other towns. To this en I that sells wherever offered. In fact, the 2-3-98 JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA -

r 'j I'- \... The Man On The Corner will probably Mauler hotels at Palm Beach took their I Price per Season, $500. Apply to Lock SOl 5; "

v.- find it necessary to do more or less fault entire stock for table use the season just LEX St. CLAllt-ABRAMS

i VItiu rum CKUINE BPAUKB have finding and to enter protests, more or past. 1\. 349B _MELBOURNE FLA.

beta i less frequent, as it is only by calling frequent a a a ATTORNEY.A .LAW,
utArtwl$ at least three or four tt.
attention to nuisances that they Many a girl and boy have made their JACKSONVILLE Fix
t&M (In the '
rwntljr vicinity bt are likely to be abated and to needed leisure hours profitable by gathering Practice la all the Circuit Courts, State and
&>jatoa. Fortunately! in each InIt improvements that be i Federal LEGAL NOTICES.
they are likely to palmetto berries in season, drying them 122998. City Directory.OFFICERS. .
E ...nre It bas ton discovered in time considered.
and then selling them to those concerns<<

tw prevent riuoa damage hot one a a hat utilize them tn making palmetto IT C. IIOOD.M. D. NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED-

of these Umea tip night freights are And now comes the season of fun and stracts. The cultivation of a little WIJ.XON WHIU.D1MMayor'

; HUll to atai a blase that will prove' gaiety for the home people old and grove[ of guava trees can be done by the PHYSICIAN AND SUliStON. GEO.S.ADAMS Clerk Anemrawi Treasurer
Notice IB hereby given thataU persona having PAUL C. JONES__.. .............Marshal
4 ijNuatrotu when everything la us dry young., The tourist season is ended wife or children of any household, and Office and Residence near Royal Potaclaaa any demand against the Estate of James >

i i ,M tamer the usual high winds the business strain relaxed and peoplenow in the season of ther fruitage there is a Hotel. PALM BEACH. 18198I C. Klrsley dectased. are hereby notified to BOARD OF ALDERMEN. -

i .0. find time to be neighborly and demand for every peck one does not present them to the undersigned duly autheotlcated GOO W. POTTER ._. ._ Preaids.t
. B BEACH.h.. --.J. D MATHIS
within the time b'law JOHN
sociable. Almost every day and night care to utililize themselves for jelly or > B. PUTTER, M. D., thin notice will be pleaded prescribed In bar of recovery,or J. A. STRAW DERM AN-GEO.L. BBAXJUNO

there is a picnic, a beach party a cycle preserves. I mention this fruit, for it ills CARL SCHREBNICK.; B. M. POTTER
BAD TASTE. .
Aced all
persona owing said estate are required
jaunt a fish fry a sailing party a birth. grows; almost without care and will 3-28-98 PALM BEACH FLA to make Immediate pailUeoto me. Council meeting on the island jd Tuesday U

t This caption ia not a plaj upon day party, a lodge supper, a church thrive in any yard or corner where the 3EORQG LAISHART, each month,at 739 p. m,

be M S. BUR HAM M. D. Executor ol the Estate -
1ment-something all the time dish-water and kitchen slops can -.5.County --
nrdi.. though it might aptly have
; that tends to develop and satisfy the thrown around the foot of the bushes. o!James C. Kinsley.
do&t for the caption of the Jackson- SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN Directory.
Went Palm :Beach. Fla.
social side of our natures. V a a -
lit Metropolia cartoon published This twenty-olxth day of A.D.
Janrary
Also a Specialist' in
Gynecqlogy.
# # Palmetto hat work souvenirs of 'co- !
i.the day of the election of a United Nor fun and the elements 1899. 1-36-99 COUNTY OFFICERS.
are gayety only coanut fibre cocoanut.cloth and leaves Office at Residence-Saltalre Cottage.

tell Senator at Tallahassee. that characterize this season of the are all side lines that .can be indulgedin 8-9-99 I II I A. E, UKYSB&!: .. ...___ .. COBBty JUgt

W. have admired the enterprise year A walk along the streets and past during the summer months and the D A.TUO'IASON.D. D. 8. !. NOTiCE KOBT.A.I.QCIMBT E. TATLORProMCiAiBf... .. Cirenit Court Attorney Clark

iiwn bj that paper in the intro- outlying homes of the community reveals product of handiwork of this kind B.J. CHII.UHQWOBTH......-.Sheriff

Ion of ita cartoon feature. Weappreciated the interest being taken by almost : always finds ready sale at remunerative Office: Corner Clematis Ave and Olive St, In the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial M. B-GRCBEtt >_._Tax AueatorH

.1110 the delicacy everybody in the adornment and beautifying figures. I believe children can and WEST PALM BEACH FLA. Circuit Dade County Flop ida. J ANTHONY ...,.,..Tax Collector

........... ... _
AU kind modira ientUtry known to the In Chancery. E. H. DIMICK. ; -TrtMBr
nor and telling bits nf ita daily of houses, lawns and garden pre. should be. taught to earn money long profession Gold crown and bridge-work' apedalty. Msa. LOCUA A. KRCBCH WILL H. RUSSELL,Supervisor of egkiraUoa

itorj withoutworda" in their get mises. Here I'notice a man touching Before stern necessity compels. Pleasure Teeth extracted without pain. Vi. /. Bill to reform FRANRLYNSHEEN.. .. ... Buneyor >.

uBtlll thl- of the one up his door and window casings with'a paid for by the earnings of the child'sown 102198I Office Hour: <)to u a. m. and. i to 4 p. m. SCUE A. SHELL and iB-i Deed. Z.T.MERBITTSapL Pabll4 lartrictio

appearance little bright paint over there the good hands helps to teach the value of TLSO B. S.NELL. .) COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.

I to. The ta.te of the "pill"the housewife is training some vines over a money and to demonstrate the difficultyof Tp Susie A. SDtJI and Irving B. Snell- N.W.PITT3Chah'mu__._ .:Lake WMk

I Metropolis cartoon saw fit across I T. DANIEL G. W. UtXHART. .. ......; .. Beachw.
cozy porch, the street a little girl accumulation, contrasted with the Greeting It appearing;from the affl Javlt fir r ,1'INi "
tejtiminister to Senator Pnsco ae'pnrcribed with hose pipe in hand watering the of a W.L Uetcalf. attorney for Bald complainant j. SQONE .. ..-.CoootDBt Urea.E. '.
p the Florida ease expenditure. DENTIST filed lu the above entitled cause, that yon are L. WHITE... _- ....':j llUea$vita i
by Legfelat newly planted grass plot, while farther
a aIn non-re ldenU of the State Florida, and that W.VRCSHIrO..rw..Neptaea' ./'t
.*' i" could scarcely be worse than down the street are a man and his wife COCOA 1XDIAN RIVER FLORIDA.1-ie-sa la hla belM you are realdeata! of 80 South 7th Commuuionen meet In regular iessk.a oa .f

5 tUt dbplayed in the sentiment porI seeing with each other AS to which can, a few days the members ot, th e Street Minneapolis State ot Minnesota! ; and the first Mond T in each nontM.-.- *' '"- ( t

Ied., lay out the.post artistic flower bed, f* Legislature 'of Florida will. be called WALLACE B. MOSES, that you are over the ana' ot twent.f-oB FLORIDA LECfSLATUBS.HEKBm .
t !
I U .J upon.to. wrestle with the .problem'pf; .i I years and that there ia an one In thla State FKOM bit'Omt. *
a. a +
t
V
Metropolis has many reader compulsory education. Personally 1 Successor to A. W.'Robert I upon whom legal service can be made iayour E N. f'DlICJt..Palm Beach...:., 'I

M. have not foiled, to expnw their It is this prevailing air of brighten up !believe that the parent who, will ,n. t REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE I I behalf it la therefore ordered that you do appear P.S. MORSE, Miami ._. .., .1LepnJWtaIad.e

ret that so unkind a thrust bhould that I found to refreshing, and it all augnrs willingly and cheerfully do his fall duty Agent fur West Palm Beach Town Lots, also to the bill of complaint .filed. In said *COINTY SCHOOL BOARD.
'cause oa or before the
well for the future ot thisgrowing t West Palm Beach Water Works.NOTARY .
n aired the otherwise p1eaiiDJr.t"eUn ( by bis ch:ld, in the way .availing himself PUBLIC.. FIRST DAY OF M V'A. D. 1899, SVFEBIXTEXDEKT Ot fCBUC, UIITmVCTIOX, ''
town. But I don't find everything as i it Clematis Avenue, Olive:Street .. . .
of the free of near Z.T. MKMITT-..... .... .. .LCa.Q*CityxaxaEee ,
feature of Jackson- system public schools, 5-21-97 West Palm ISeach. Florida. the same being legal rules.day
should be and this ... 1,
probably won't on : : or *fBJH# 10&
should be to adequate It U further ordered that this order be published
compelled by
'a afternoon' daily, particularly aide of St. Peter's well guarded ". W. JACKsOS.i ltitlrmaa.CoooaJUl&Greve t
gate. once a week for tour consecutive week
1 hen bern loud in its punishment in case of failure so to do. > I. MI.'TCALF- E. U. KIXG. _. .................,. .JapUtl t
bat -
paper One qf the things that seem decidedlyout GUY prior to said 1st day of May of A. D. 18'J9.
The right to suitable and sufficient food A,W.GARNETT..HjrpolmoState ,
ding for a harmonious contest, of place is the appearance of high In THE TROPICAL Sex, a newspaper publishedIn
for the child's mind is much inherenta NOTARY PUBLIC Dade
as County,and State of Florida. Order ,l
unkind cuts references aud solid board fences residence ...
from along stret ts.
fnrf -- is his right to food and raiment for For the State of Florida at Large. ill thla llth day ol March. A' D.1899.A. .1

.. tea, and the animus that crop- Next to alleys they may be all right but the body-at least this is the.opinion of Deeds Mortgages. Leases and Contracts F. QU1MBY,
not In tbia our after success had the effect of such unsightly barricades ; Drafted.COllveyaoelng Clerk ot the Circuit Court of Dade County. Directory. ;
the Man On ,the Corner and he is as a Si> f IMty. Florida.W. .
along as prettily a named residence<< All Work Guaranteed Correct. .I
to their choice, showed n pirit much entitled to have and to express Office lu TKOPKI Legally Sen Block I. MBTCALF, Sol'r for Compl't. J,

t .as a. dUappotutlug as it was thoroughfare as Olive street, is anythingbut his views as any one. \\"Pit Palm Beach. Dsder'uunty. Flirida. ,
EXECUTIVE DE1ARTMEXT.
I pleasing. If privacy any kind is 1 a- a a l
Ik-dfor. desired the erection of a sightly lattice W.D.BLOTIiAM.ioaerior I,
.Speaking on the question of public DROWN, FOR PUBLICATION. JNO.L.CILAWFORD..SottetaryGZState; a ;.
T.D.
i screen will secure it, but do not let those NOTICE "
schools and the duty of patents and WM. H. REYNOLDS ......Comptroller
i bleak wall fences remain to mar the ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. wuiTFIELD __Treuarer
tETTER FROM ONE WHO KNOWS. appearance School Boards to the chrilden DEPARTMENT or THE INTERIOR.) JAMES i
of Olive or any other street. brings xiie Plans and specifications prepared. LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE, FLA., > WM.B.LAMAR. ..... ... Attorae; GearralW. 1
" 1aTD5TIWkILaea to a topic close at home but that must April 17, 18t19. X. SUKAT8! .._ .Snpt. Public luMewitiosLILWOMRWELL 1
work attention at
: a a Jobbing given prompt
Notice la
be deferre 1 to another' \ ail have I hereby given that th followingnamed _..Cor.AgrlcalwrePATRICK !
,
Datura Street. -
Shop oa settler has filed notice of bill intention
Ytwr nrtide in last week's ine, The suggestion of The Man On The already overreached the limit of space to moke final proof in support of his claim, HOU TON._.,.. A"!juUit GeneralW j

from the Kiiuiminee Leader, Corner as to that tattered remnant of a accordel and that said proof w ill be mad be,29,189 H.MILTONJR...... Surveyor-CcBcral
me so generously by ye FRANKLIN SHEEN. GEO. O. BUTLER Circuit Court at Juno Flagon May Offices at Tallahassee, Florida.,
furring, ,t" pqunttm enrroarhin' flag on the public school building had Editor of Tug SUN. IIKEN & BUTLER.t. via:
he desired EDWARD CAIN of Riuiera, Fla., U. S. SENATORS.
1100 the Indiui settlement near the effect and now he swell Yours :1 -
with and satisfaction on the Lookout, Hd. 22,5X6 for the W.H of N. W. K and \VH S.PASCO.. .... ..._ .. .. .. .. .. Montia-llo
Mlepstrtb rrfMwing was entirely pride shares the ol TBS MAN ON Tag COaNER.tea. SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS.Office of S. W. 5ec. !ii>. Tp. 42 8., R. 43 E. S. R. MALLORY._._ ?__ ___Peu acol a I
his fellow citizens as they admire the at West Film Beach He names the follcnioK HltnefuieH to prove
..eitrfa'i't, his enDtlUUOUIII'l'bIJt'nl""upoD and cultivation U. S. CONGRESSMEN.ROBT. .
Lands subdivided and fur.
handsome spread of sttrs and stripes legally maps ot said lund, t U: WUUam Taylor of Riviera,
, Th* fuel an that the land in Expansion. nished. Selecting and grading lands, locating Fla.; Henry E. Holmes of Kivlern. Fla.; M. W.DAVIS..... ...... _... Palalka

1 w ttlon sere owned hw the J, T. & that floating so proudly from the lofty staff rut[ aDd and estimating correct work timber guaranteed.a specialty.An Care-ron;. J Kelly.- UUJvivleeve of lUvlera.of Fla Itirlera, Fla.; Genera S. M. S1'ARKK.\N' ._...... ........ Tampa
surmounts the public school build :feet teller t'other inornln' muuk-atlons by mall receive prompt atten
4-20 W. G. ROB1XSON [)CES.
{
Reglllt r.NOTICE SUPREME COURT]
;
Iniiian bad denialright .
K W R. It. TU tion. Mai and Blue t'r1Ih. at Lowest erE
i ing. Welcome be the day when Flor- Mont aniunln' sort o'cola; is. WEST PALM BEACH FLA. 11-7-95 M. H.MABEV.................. CtiI UuHice
: w1 e or ten pah hen, wune of Ida's statutes compel the display of our Red eurua styleuout him F. B. CARTER ........... Associate Juauca 1

j .bllb IbVr. are now planting, otlttrn National emblem from every public rert'n'y wul a't he WIIKS OF PUBLICATION R. F TAYLOR....__........ w ** ,
t say: "Where you hall rm. partnerP BARBER SHOP.
( Nl( grown up in grass and wefIIl school and institution in the land I Au'.benulled: In kno in' way, SEMINOLE R. R. COMMISSIONERS. ,

neb'that they have abandons j a a An1 replies In lorrlu' lingo: tJ11'nl. Scliaudt, Proprietor LAUD DEPARTMENT OFFICE AT GAMEHVILLK or THK INTERIOR, PLA.)> H. E. DAY Chairmau.___'_ _..Gaine riU

} At after "Vorto Rk-o. U. 8. A." ( Formerly Hotel Royal Poinclana. April lu, 11:1\1\1.: J. L. MORGAN_.. _..__.____-Ja.per
thtirtuklom.kinda last these
lA, sa III several years, our Notice In hereby given that the following J.M. BRYAN__.. .M ___._._._...K mmce
wir for sale,. 811 urHilnmil city solons have tumbled to the idea Seen a fcller down on Broadway Only White Barber iu the Town. named settler has tiled notice ol her Intentionto JOHN L. NEELET. Ja. Clerk... _ArcadU

)taw land. A few of the that it is only fair that some of the big An'With lot a shirt-kin'' head o' hair., West Palm each Florida. I'I and make test said dual proof proof will in support be made of before her claim clerk Headquarters and offices of the Board at Tat -,
a o tropic garments
institutions within the II of the Circuit Court at Juno Fla., on May lahassee.
itiseM of Jupiter learning that we operating town In a most outlandish air. 122, 18U, vii: ,
limits should share in beating the burdens Where'a. be Iruoi t" a feller shouted I 'I'
id the taxeu due. for which I!I Lucy B. Brantley of Hobe Sound, Fla.,
pal cf Bat below we'd time to The Dade Stale Bank
had en sold to the State town government. Row-boat say Conty ; Rd. 24'H 6.lor the E. % of N. E. % and N. General
lands ferrymen, draymen and others will not Thin yere bestLen turned and answered: E. V:, 011:1.: E.4.. Sec. 14 Tp. 40 S.. R.42 K. Directory,
paid tbON tnxeii and bought the "Honolulu, U. S. A." West Mm Beach Florida. She names the following witnesses to prove a
be the only ones to pay town license tax her continuous residence upon and cultivation
finds from the Railroad Company, Met a feller down on Olive. of said land, via: W. A. Jackson, of COURT CALENDAR.
the
as soon as new ordinance amendments of Hobe
Hobe sound Fla.; John H. Grant
for which we hold warranty deeds. go into effect, tot it has finally With a loiobtr-ero on- Authorized Capital, 100000. Sound Fla.?: H. Machattle. of Hobe Sound (Seventh Circuit.). ..
Had a lot shaggy whiskers; Fla. Jeante GerkioH, of Jncksonvllle Fla.
While wt were discussing the. purdu been decided to require licenses of the Nearly all bin clothln gone. Paid Capital $15,000. ; W. G. ROBiNSON Keglster. M. 8. JONES ........... __ Clicuit Judge
Up 4-1S-99 ..._......... .
J. D. BE U8 Bute's Attorney
,
that would Standard Oil and asked for .
** ire totnwl we not Co.,the Flagler toll bridge Stopped me a quarter; SPRING TERM. .

drive the Indian off, but that the.veuQld the Water Works Co. and the Ice "Where Saps "My yon frumJ"home la The for away.varmint" answered OFFICES: Oscnola County. 1st Monday in March,

of much Factory. E. N. DIIIICK, President 41 f I,
r ccltivatt any part BH "Santiago U. S. A.,"* Orange
r ftrtfor .long a time as they might a a a a a D.HENDRICK80N, Vice-President. Red Spanish and Lake w 4tb" 1
Seen a teller at the Southern, Volusia *d i
f 2 i|. Then are two old fields onlBj Where in Florida will you find a town With a heavy iron box; GEO. L. BRA H NINO, Cashier Brerard 41h" .. ApriL" "ft

, \" where so few of the things that Overcoat wa lined with bearskin; Fancy.VINBRVVLB..- "
] land, one of bleb I lott>odt'd.plitDtlDI happen Office Hours From 9 a. m. to a p. m. Dade lit Monday after 4th Moai
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make a place disreputable? Bar-room Wore a dozen pair o'HOI. day to ApriLFALL "-
myself, a* it had been aban- tilled him up to be a miner. 1
scraps, street quarrels, drunkenness on General Banking Business Transacted TERM. .
C'dootd, but on learning& that they Judging by bin awkward way; Osceola County 1st Monday in October. .
: : the streets, offensive profanity, pilfering.depredat&o'ns. Seen him write lu big cba-rac-ters, Collections promptly remitted on day of :M x
tettsdeil planting corn in the field I Orange
; & etc., are so seldom beard "Dawson Uty. U. S. A." receipt. Drafts bought and gold on the principal Slips and SuckersFor Lake 4th .1 a "

! mj planting. of as to be almost a source of wonder Seen "addle-colored heathen cities of the United States. 4-29-97 VolusiaBrevard Jd4th <

K we had not bought others would when I pause to think of it On the vVearln ear-rings in hU none; Sale, of the Following Varieties vU .* "

done number Linen tuff around bin ankles Abbaka, Porto Rico, let Monday a'terche nil Mon
save 10. a. quite, a other hand, I venture to say that the ;
To Rent by the Hour or Day. Smooth day in November.NOT.
Moat indecent lack o' clo'en. Cayenne
,
eftorU to these town of equal would
tie making get population be hard
Where'd thin heathen GO V'T SIGNAL SERVICE DEPI t
2uY1ere prlogtrom'Z" Egyptian Queen .
OfUtY HEW BICYCLES 1H TOWN. ,
laId. There I 1'nut a set tler'e house to find that can boast of more organizations inquired In lofty way; Golden J. W.CRONK ..- ObserverObservatory
Ripley Queen, Queen
,
..er than one wile of Tallahassee that tend to give s cial tone to a An' he bad the nerve to answer: Next Door North of Tropical Sun Block, at Jupiter Inlet.GOy '
"From Manila. D.8. A." White Antigue.
community and go to make it desirableand
T LIGHT HOUSE
,.-po W. R. MITCHELL Pernambuco SERVICE.
presume we 1.- and fill be as attractive as a place of residence. Gee II says I never heard ot Proprietor. Enville. Light House at Jupiter Inlet.

aIn These yere cannibals before JAMES A. ARMOUR........ .-._...KeeperJ.
to do those unfortunates an Are these heathens ail voter Early delivery can be made. part of the .
this community the home-seeker yere fruit crow this l'laDtationbavlog been picked .A. WELLS.. __.. .. Assistant
Mice as are those who are trying will find four church organizations having Will we..ta'n.tur any more? pllY BARBER SHOP last month. Apply to BENJ. WELLS. M Assistant i
Next know ask feller
yon yon a
Wile np aa "sgwItterL"Yours regular services and places of wor-'I'j I I Where he's from, an' he will say, First Door South of the Post Office. C.C. MATTHAMS U. \. LAND OFFICE.J. .

! truly ship-Catholic, Methodist, Episcopaland With a lordly kind o' flonlsb. Easiest Chairs and Beat Florida Pineapple Company, M. EARCO..__._ .................Register 'i
t "AU creation U. S. A." Equipped Shop in Town. N. D.WAINWRIGHT_...._....._ ..R eiTB| !
(U. W.1J UING.i .
Congregational. He will find
three 5-21-97 Weit Palm Beach FU
Exchange 694t MOO COOPER: Prop'r.e Gain at Gainesville,FIori4,





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-. -- THE. TROPICAL graf/WftST PALM -BEACtJ; FIOBTnA... TttTTRSTUY. APRIL 4?. 1899.. :..
IT a FE
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<. :MANS} OOImOO I M ., PROVINCE; -OF MATANZAS. 1KAWNG. BUSINE&i FIRMS, ( ,
I1O THE EftRMAN
It-U OB .f th. M...u.-...*of tlae blmad l BRCCO I 1SING1N I CUBA ---- HtUSBis
Cards
Whose
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-- .r Caba. Appear In this Paper now open for Winter Travel. "c..'

The Street Car Service Which There Is but one safe ground to take Classified Alphabetically.f BEST OF,.ACCOMMODATIONS.-TABLE: BUSTTHK; MARKET AFFORDS._

: with reference to any statistics regarding Where the Finest Grades of -Baths: la Coa. etioa.
[ is .con41ict; d iil a :Sufi:: the island of Cuba, that U tc a Rates Rt-nsonahle. Short Distance from-
the
'accept nothing as more than fairly ap the Weed : Depot. .
prising. Manner. proximate. The province of Matanzat Fragrant on TI D town, West Palm Beach Ad dress Mrs. S. E. EARMAN, WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.
.
.
-- is the smallest of the six provincial: Earth Are Grown. ---
districts of Cuba. It la given as covering BANKING: .
THE HOUSEHOLD PETS. 3,300 miles Dade County State Batik, l
square an area a lit
", tle less than that of the island of Por THE "VUELTA ABAJO." West Palm Beach Boarding at Reasonable Rates.
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to Rico and something under the hall -...-

Bull and Tiger tights Which At of the area of the State of New Jeraeyr BARBERS: MRS. JAS. McCANN is prepared to accommodate boarders at her
f On the map Matanzas province[ Peculiarities of the Soil Which the Wm Schaudt, West Palm Beach
: tract
Large Audiences Are appears larger than Havana province Milo Cooper, West Palm BeachBICYCLES well known boarding house on Clematis ,Ave. .,, close! to F KC.Ey, depot. ,
but the Most Expert Chemists Have .. '
Usually Tame Affairs. area of the latter is increased
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by the inclusion of the Isle of Pines Failed : CALL ON HER FOB RATES AND RooMs.--i' 2-9-U
At the beginning of the Cuban war the to tenetrate. Ceo S Adams,West Palm Beach .
H..*.. Kv.rrhdr Ku ..k.. sad the Clears | j jUt population of Matanzas province waf W R ]Mitchell West Palm Beach '

i ClcaraiU Ar. eerprt.1a; ,4Mllpwi .p ,probably a little over 270,000. It Ii Great r ..,
..* th. Mica V-alal uwee.i Bat | 1 now estimated at about 11)0,000. Near s o r row. BOTTLING WORKS: THE TRAVELERS
tk*k a.I... Are Oppa4 la VaeeiaaUoa I ly' one-third of its people have died ,:rop.pertaaE.ern.wliataof Ja..F C Castellano. Miami :

Th* M..U. )I.w.p.p.... within the past four years. The dealt "-4 Haltllad .! F...pl* E..plole4ba BUILDING' .. r
rate has included an abnormal percentage the ladiutr SUPPLIES: --;- NEW MANAGEMENT, : ..
Speaking of life In Manila ?
a gents< of adult males. Chas Welshans, Jacksonville
nan< who spent several years In the In 1804 the province was said to con American capital to the amount ot Geo Hacker & Son Charleston S C. FELIX GARCIA, Prop. JaeksonvlUe ,.Plfl.A; .
city says: The tram car service la tale in round figures, 300.000 head of $100,000,000 stands pledged to the enterprise ... .
low, but It U pretty'good. The car lathing cattle and 100.000 head of horses. T of uniting under one manage CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS -- 1.\
o : '
Electric
a by Itself, an is the one lean day the cattle are estimated at 10.00C ment. It not ownership, the great tobacco Franklin Sheen, West Palm Beach Lifehts, Electric Bells, Paths, Complete Sei vice. ';- 3? .

'pony that pull it The usual notice, and the horses at 4000. The chief i in producing plantations of the 451-_ The Best $2.00 per day Hotel in
'' Smoking allowed on the three rear dustry of the district is sugar-raiding "Vuelta Abajo" district In Havana and DENTISTS: Florid. .

tats only; is absent Everybody It includes some of the best saga Pinar del Rio provinces. In this district D A Tbomasou West Palm.Beach Take car at the Union Depot aod ask the t'on-luctor to atop at the Traveler, ',''1-21-99

: smoker, even to the conductor. Ever I lands on the Island. In 1804: there werE Is grown the finest grade of tobacco LT, Daniel, Cocoa Y.
ear Las seats for twelve persona, and. 10S .,
J 3 ,4. sugar mills. To-day there a to be found in the world, the excellence -
eight are allowed to stand on each t fifty-five, of which! forty-two are in o reP of the weed being due undoubtedly DRUGGISTS: : ; .
i<. platform where they are requested to eration. In ISM the province exported to peculiarities of the soil E Dimick, West Palm Beach BREISFOED IEOS '

: distribute tbemselus so u to'prevent something over 400,000 tons of sugar, Samples of Cuban soil have been -,.. "- ,
.r-. ; derailment When the car bas 'gath. or about one-third of the entire output submitted te the most expert chemists DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING: Real Estate
of' ered la Its quota of passengers the of the island. Still using rough, none of whom bas been able to penetrate Thomas & Brown, West Palm Beach -and -Insurance

:: driver bangs out the sign. "Lleno," though approximate estimates, that nature's. }"'k So capricious is Mrs J Frank, West Palm Beach ," .
; full
' ( ), and doesn't stop even for the amount would represent a value of the combination of soil and plant Carl Scbrebnick, West Palm Beach

t'. Archbishop.( .The Archbishop la a tart. nearly 120.000,000. The sugar output thorough agricultural experiment tinis Dave Singer,Jacksonville Palm Beach, lorida. .
more puwerful any influential personage for the entire island for 18U9 will but necessary to.sepm ate the good from o u, ,
."t' than the Uovemor-CeneraL little, if at all. exceed that sum. the bad tobacco land. In FERTILIZERS; NOTARY PUBLICCOTTAi2. 'ti) RENT, / -
apparentW ,
. t "The-- rooster U tbe household pet In As far ai the province of Matanzas the same soil but with a t in A Bours& Co, Jacksonville 61.97
&r' ", e all the Philippines. lie is cuddled and is concerned there is no risible reason dividing them, will be found lobs Mti Little Bros. Post-Office Bnild.in? Nai; Is i f KoiucJana. Hcl li.

\\t" petted and become quite intelligent. why it should not in any case, coiueout plants growing one producing leaf -- -
I He Is kept for evck fighting, which, a winner. Except under an almost that is cheap at $10 per pound, the FIRE INSURANCE REAL ESTATE: -
1: Best to a combat hi which the bull is Impossible recurrence of 'Weylerimn, other dear at an equal price' per hu p. [Brelsford Bros; Palm Beach

.i concerned, la the boat popular sport the province could hardly be in worse tract weight And more, the right; Wallace R Muses West Palm Beach ,
in and around 1IaJ::1a. In case of fire plight than it has been. -The need of kind of soil never wears out while the -.- Worthless
S the rooster la the first thing rescued, the province, and the same applies ordinary soil can be improved by no FISH DEALERS:: Spoils Many a Baking.
for lutbles-commnu luxuries 1 in the with almost! equal force to the whole known method of treatment In Vuelta Reynolds & Hull. West Palm Beach YeastThe

J' ," Philippine -are secondary consider Island, is not so much government as Abajo are plantations of thirteen thousand S B Miller& Co, New York climate is the!cause ; the average yeast will not stand up;'

!'2 .... ,tions and more' easily duplicated than honest administration. The province acres, a scant seven hundred of Cbeseboro Bros, New York to it. During the last ,
:. the feathered blpe+l. But the greatest Is rich; the island is rich. Its income which will grow tobacco, but this comparatively Caleb Haley & Co, New York.FURNITURE '4 YEARS
sport of all la the 'struggle between from the custom house and a very limIted small tract gives great --- We have been
I, Wild beasts which consists of a Span- internal revenue combined wi the entire plantation. Plants : after the making constant trial of every kind of yeast and one kind
failed
lab bull being plttitl against a Bengal; .. a wholly reasonable taxation of throught from other districts or foreign D E Cooper Mfg Co, Jacksonville otner to stand the test. True the test was severe,*, .o-f

,- of tiger,or the bull nvide: to fight a coupleof nicipalities for municipal purposes, countries to Vuelta Abajo require only -.. SUCCESS \. ,* ,.>,-
: panthers. Tbe.-e eucouuters seem will furnish a sum which is more than careful cultivation to give them rank GRAIN AND SEEDS '. The reward of diligent labor has crowned efforts.
: our .At,
to one whi takes ft.i interest In college adequate for all requirements. with the native tobacco while a reversal Wm A Rours& Co, Jacksonville found a last/we-have: ,

.' football games to IH> very tame affairs. The problem of Cuba is one of the of the process invariably results James Boars,Jacksonville, SURE .. .. ,.
',., a On one occasion after trying In vain! to utmost simplicity,.. It consists in in the plant transferred from Vuelta YEAST F
make a bull and Bengal tiger slay honest and economical expenditure ut Abajo to any other district >ieterlor at- -1-HARDWARE It is so Sore, Sweet and Good that we have stamped it with put hamer'

' t each other, the Utter was dragged an ample revenue wbjch is obtained lag into the commonplace weed of M E Gruber.'West; Palm Beach: BURKHARDT'S YEAST ... "
Away and two panthers were loosed inhlaplaceV by a taxation, 'direct and indirect. "Pittsburg" or "kneeling" commerce You :
can
-- depend on it at all times c
which would make the average Am er- Under slipshod Spanish methods no HOTELS 1:
:
: I lean smile over the amount of his tax attempt was ever made agricultural The Boynton, Boynton 5 Cents a Package :' ;
bill While the island was burdened classification In Cuba, for which reason The r: Palms, West Palm Beach' .

,. ,e 4'A it was by no means crushed by SpanIsh there are few official statistics Tbe Barman House; West Palm Beach L., W. BURKHARDT Finest &roc6r ii. :
e Imposition Of tales for all manner concerning the growth of tobacco and Mrs James McCann, West Palm Beach '

I t of unreaSQnablepurposes: to maintaina absolutely no figures upon which ta T Traveler, Jacksonville, .. .
_
.\ r war against the people of the island base an estimate of the acreage of to- -:..- "
.o.' to contribute to the peninsular govern ba'O'growing land Undoubtedly JEWELERS": .
'.. ryiis ment and to enrich Spanish of c I there are a few men who know within Idber & Son-- West Palm Beach. :. .
Toward all this a hundred "caballerles"-cabal1erla LADIES, ;
Mafiuzas, Immeasur is \Greealeaf &.Crosby Jacksonville I 1
r ably rich in her natural resources, con the unit in measuring land, being .. d'
t \1
tributed her full ,share. hollered of equal to 33.10 acres-just bow much LAUNDRY Have you seen our)few Lines pf SUMJIE.B D'RE&i GU'P ?
$
this nr t-clasil tobacco land _, '
burden and bearing only that there is in Havana Wo Kee West Palm Beach "

Which1 is right .and reasonable with and Pinar del Rio, but U they ....:..-.... T teams, Organdies, Dimities Swiss and '/hite/( 'Gob
bonest and .public-spirited officials, are interested in the latest movement s.
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LAWYERS: ,_ '
whether they take off their hats to the to form a mighty trust they cannot be W.,1( Metcajf West Palm Beach '.f: tACES; .E3IiMIOIDERIES end NOflONS.; ,',
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1' American flag.onto .the. betrayed fete hazarding .... ..
';q" -Cuban.- the ) a guess Indeed Prank W Pope,Jacksonville *-* -
.'!' ,h ..;, ..ttinBT.\ ; twealth.and'prosperity"Gf tinsprovince men who have been experts 1n Alex St C1att'Abrams,Jacksonville- THe'.'IiONEST PROFIT E,

Bat-tha buU=merell'lickedeU.panthUOQ ilatanzas are beyond a' ''question. : : tobacco:: foj.tw# generations have o idBW : '. .--w" ',1 :HOUSE
the nose/and denly forgotten all they ever hrabont'the ,
wagged -- 'tEAT.14ARKETS.1. '-
t.i
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his tail at the other while, the show ,A BrnokljB UT.nWi Claim. business. J r PMendel-!st Palm Beach .... .:
was declared off on of That there are great profits to t ",i-:
account d rkJust; as the! people are'beJ\ nn to bei Win W1iidden II u .
Then ng rea'lzed is! A :,
flea everybody filed out In diee discuss that commercial apparent when it is known I ; -a- -"
possibility of .
gust and the that the small planters borrow R tne
man with the ,' .
tiger, anthe recently discovered and expioivisage ed: money o. MUSIC HOUSE: ..
then and' pitchfork made; a Nenat< electric light bi Germany and upon their growing crops, paying fodden & Bates' U H, Jacksonville. .: 1
GbE
uients'T6 sail for foreign shores by the England, comes' the' claim that the: about twenty per cent for a six -- : G. STRO-IM V. 1
first steamer. Such was the last per- material for the' production months' loan and yet in normal times NOTARIES PUBLIC $ .
Just
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formance In the Plaza de Toros de such alight and an almost identical are prosperous. The wealthy planters W-R Moses,'West'Palm Beach '.* """ DEALER.IN ::1.- ]
count that
Manila. theory as to Its'use were not only in- a poor year which does not Guy I Metcalf, West Palm Beach '
realize for
-Everybody snJbtes In Manila. 1IaIlia' vented by a Brooklyn man. Lewis J.. them fifty per cent upon -e- '

best cigars, made of a, special, Jones, but were patented by him in their price of entire the plantation.investment, including the NURSERY STOCK: ,' Staple and Fancy Groceries '
elected As
the (
tobacco United
wrapped in the neattb in 1S5.:
country
N'ernsf lamp is States has John B Beach, West Palm BeachPHOTOGRAPHER ,
always been .
est of tinfoil -and the one
packed in rosewood simply one whose luminous conductorsts great
bozos tied with stylish ribbon, > is free from carbon market for Cuban tobacco, and. in m Grain and all
t' or other com Food
about S cents, and Is considered a rare bnstible materials, in brief a refractory deed all other products of the island, : Supplies.. :
-
delicacy. Below thisIncomparable.{ ,*' oxide which will stand the closer relations which: have Utn J B O'Donojjhue West Palm Beach M
.which Is so choice that few Indulge in short of its own any fusion.temperature ; and are to be established should iu- -.- -.- a i
!t. the professional crease even the,enormous profits of the PHYSICIANS AND 1
smoker if he be a And' requiring no vacuum globe. The SURGEONS: COUNTRY 1 1r
foreigner, and used to paying |oO a chief trouble with the lamp Is that thecan pastTwentysix R B Potter West Palm Beach PRODUCE r
thousand for his favorite brand Illuminant thousand men and about H C Hood II
body or filament has first tto ten Always Fresh Kept in S'ock.
find the same thing here for about be heated with a match' spirit 1 thousand women and children N S Burnham t I ,
I1JW a hundred. Below these grades or platinum coil, before it would lamp be-, have been directly employed in the D Your Patronage; Solicited f.
,; conies an assortment of cheaper vac< available production of tobacco in Vuulta Abajo PINEAPPLE PLANTS:'

rfetiea. Including cheroots, and through the application as an of the Illumlnantthe electrical district Within three will give years it is believed that G C Matthams West Palm. BeachRESTAURANTS 4-u West) Palm Beach f la. s s.i
taree-doHar-a-tbouMnd employment to --e'
fully I .
cigar which is current Mr., Jones's invention de- ,
old to merchant crews. The Filipino : scribed< a material which sixty thousand men. The rate of : ,
was Intendedt .1f
wants his cigarette, and be gets at to take the place of the carbon ne ells that wages of has been high compared wH t ; Scbm other
the employment in Will Melton West Palm
rate of Cuba H Beach
thirty for a couple of cop- or filaments, of a mixture of a non-con-
. pers. It ls perfectly good form to borrow .acting oxide, thereby Including the ---- -- "
a cigarette as well as a light from Nernst ,Idea. The combined oxides RETAIL GROCERS: :-- II j

t your Beighbor In the tram car. from a body which is a conductor L W Burkhardt, West Palm Beach New Store New Goods Rock Bottom Prices 1 !
'"They used to have considerable when cold and therefore needs no pre 1 F Oliver, West Palm Beach I. '
cholera la Manila J D Maihis, West Palm Beach .
before the aque liminary heating as in the case of the "
s ducts were built and the natives s'ernst filament or pencjL, The Jones Glen G. Strohm West Palm Beach T-i01VIRSOtt&{
OWtt
drank Tile, yellowish! water of the lumlnant wu a mixture of 90 per cent -.- ,
rim The aqueducts bring: plenty of ot oxide of magnesium and 10 per cent SHOE REPAIRING: ;
puns mountain water down into the0town. oxide of iron but this has since W R Mitchell, West Palm Beach Dealers in Dry Goods, Shoes, Ladies' and Gentlemen's E

Smallpox Is perhaps the most been) improved upon by the use of the < -., i i

fatal dfeiiiase at Manila but nobody j more refractory materials which are tn' STEAMBOATS AND MACHINERY: Furnishings and Notions. I

vroia la be much afraid of It there used In the Welsbach mantels, thorla Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co, We bra} for cash and sell for rnsh, jrivp lower f
SD
sad << prices t hen
yea ant quite likely to sit in a zirconla. and ceria. The Brooklyn In. JacksonvilleTAILORING t tore \I hu give t
credit. Our
(not ear with motto ilf Quifk anlrs and small I
and
a Philippine mamma ventor expects to produce a lamp more a profits, no dLcriminatiou 1
fcW *f you bolding In her lap a scantly !- economical than any now in _...:. and : but sell to ill Ut.I siime price goods are nil 'j' : '
clothed child whet swarthy hide is which is self-lighting.( Abe Safranek & Son, West Palm Beach ll-10-tf phiinl.v nutrkttl in figure j '

tUoailnated with these unmistakable -....- i! IJ

markings, la one week jot) died In Lobe of tile Bruin.! "'-w TRANSPORTATION LINES: :II I
Manila from the dread disease, and Some of the .. Indian River and Lake Worth Steamers,
more advanced
under the ezl+tint sanitary condition ( now claim ,that of theph'lloloJrtsts Ocean S S Co, Jacksonville CITY MEAT MARIET.UE.tLElt r
the wonder Is the FEe j; I
that
there Ry Jacksonville
list Natives were not balk lobes of the brain are the I TOBACCO BALING. ,
nadl by the way are very seat Of the highest intelllectual f f'acuities compared with the pay of farm hands --.. IN-
opposed to vaccination. When a theory which is! in if! in the United SI ttea.: Those employed WHOLESALE GROCERS:
the umbers of Uw artillery band that direct the Pope & \I-1'1'.1' i-rksonville WESTERN FLORIDA MEATS
plays o. tiw PUx& opposition to hat of the pbrenf f year around receive from $15 to | ;' II
were vaccinated, ologists and to popular opinions as I $20 and their "keep" per month. Those
the ttof dl-oatlaaed their iuu-lc until I well the latter being that a high fore-I !employed during harvest receive about POULTRY< BUTTER and EGGS. a
? deals awfUlug of tbrlr arms should go lead la a proof of superior intelligence, .I $1i(P per day. It requires the atten -- -_.- -- ..' !
I A native nuutot endure the To the large hind bead has been attri-- tion of one man to produce l.OUO( Game in Season. J. P. MENDEL
diacMB&tore+ sad :
pala of bring vacrtaated. bated an unusual degree of animalism pounds of tobacco and (it is said! that Proprietor.- :
lit prefers to be pitted with 1 Dr. C. Clapham, an anthropologist of an apprenticeship 'of fully five years 8-1999 WEST PAL BKACII. FLQR1B.V":

fever pork ls marts Dot besides smallpox. high repute throughout Europe, has 'r must be served before one really ui j
alwat the greatest enemy, sod given arguments in favor of the 1 derstands the science of tobacco "
groWling -
rrrtala type of tw malarial variety posterior lobes in Tbe best men
a recently published I< come from the
h-eta M common that the sufferers paper which shows that man, of all Canary Islands, though Cuban negro, St1BSCR1BEFOll11llESffl1 ,
twin tfcrta cites walk Into the dub. creature, has the raostly highly developed when not too lazy; make excellent FirstClassJob I
drop Into a t-balr and say, 'Oot the posterior lobes and that the plantation bands.In \
fever I
again. Means another lay-off.' ablest men and races have them in the many ways tobacco raising is the
U Sbry ran keep. about the old sugera highest perfection. Idiots and con* most) attractive agricultural; Industry '
dryer give up."A firmed lunatics according to his to i in Cuba Sugar growing Is more prof I' '
CONSIGNHENTS
Manna newspaper consists of vestlsatlons, have these Imperfectly itable, or has been, but it requires a SOLlCITEiz> : t j ;
t.., par, the first two of whichrrs.tved an developed or in a very bad state.: greater capital and the product ,
can
fur advertisements. not be CoiamercJai t
Half of so easily converted into cash. REFERENCES arretkies. f
MM 14 the lasts leave 1s likewise re- Tb. Era Tr.v L Then too, sugar cane Is of much slow PrintingAt t National Marine! &r.k, BalitereWM. { ." ,'
a wrvt+L aDd the iraukluing half is cov Bas It ever occurred to you to er growth and requires almost .. I. ;
rec a
1 m4 with blocks full of gloomy seutiwakh t- ton how far your eye travels In read- much attention. Tobacco produces sa ;: ;; IiEY5ER" '
Heats relate to the disease of lug The distance will not 'startle ;rop the first year, though the quality ..- 'i ;
tit .r Uut persoa. la the Interim l& you perhaps, for 1,000,000 letters In I of the leaf Is not the best until the 1
lases th* arrival a t [ land has been under
steamers or w ordinary type would measure cultivation Fruit and '
chaat vessel. bringing the mall rrd more thM a mile hardjy : ;eral seasons. sev I 1
placed<< side by side. Coniisoon
the Sun Office. :
funoIp ...1\4'1'1I. the news la t ice In a lifetime however the average (Since 1W first introduction to the civ Produce

paps? t'uts4t la tflllag tba nteRtg apt reader would wend his way through ,ilfced world tobacco bas been i in I

punk tUt a Ud odor bat brvn dig 2.000( wiles ?of print The average neighed against by teachers of relic : 118 S. St.
covrTfd ap tome aide street. that a dog novel of 300 pages contains one mile ion In all parts of the earth. Scientist Gay BALTIMORE, MD.
frB into the river and was drowned. of reading; that 1% the eye travels have taught that Its use is injurious ;.
t 0hu Thorough Responsibility. Fair and Honorable
that the perfumery store bas received 1.700 yards In reading the book man, Pope and potentate have forbid Dealing.
stv kis4 *t Uqvtled acenf 'through. jell it yet its hold upon humanity Remittancss Forwarded pay Qoods ore Sold

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t lg1191jt on the snow we hate one chance of DOG'S LIKES AND DISLIKES. -

escape. Haul the bobsled across the Mathushek PianosAre IE BiLTfflOBI TAILORS 1c
the barn floor until it is Just in front
Br AN Some Coriaiu_4.&Ja.....CaMtUPoUt. j
of that door in the rear then
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+ bring our guns here and hide yourselfin ABE SAFBANEK & SON .4
the hay beside me It's a slim Animals like human beings have Pianos Thai Have A Reputation
.. chance and a big risk but It Is the only been known to exhibit strange antipathies second t<- mtui.. Th-v are thek iuiucxisorThe ..

one if we want to save our scalps:" toward eertan persona and mt that hair ..1.I/lllI'" teat of Three Friends t
"I pee your Idea!" the boy cried and things dogs perhaps, more than any : time an ha\'to...iti>tied the most
he did as he was told. Father and son other of our four-footed friends.
had lain there, buried In the hay, scarcely That famous canine Oriel Bill of critical musicians in ev ry way. Tailoring Company.SUITS r

DREAM OF half an hour when, through a Oxford. was for a time such a violent "' They Are Not
THE TOY.
('hlnk'in the barn they saw seven Indian hater of postmen that It was not safe
old le that have been HADE TO (DaDE!
warriors surrounding the house. for any uniformed letter carrier to approach si} (piano : AID FASTS .
'fie Ka8"maQ Ioat a drwun one night; The savages: staggered and some of I the Mitre where Oriel Bill held rented lor j-irHn l then offer-
II 4 '"van mint for a lay; them fairly reeled for they had swallowed undisputed sway. Accordingly, arran- ed as "grU bargains," nor are
ftwuil round awhile and then so much rum as to be quite [ gements had to be made for all missives Cleaning, Brewing and Repairing 3.
they ':heap, low-gradfe"pianos
It *ttl bloody scalps to be left at the adjoining house by "
made to sell "at half price. A Specialty.FIT .
i daugiing from their belts. the postmen In order to save their feelings ,
The' toy dreamed that it Mood in claw "I had scarcely hoped for It," Mr -physical asveil as mentalandthe Every Piano Is New;
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quite a row of boys; Spafford whispered, but they are so dog from venting his curious aver m WOEXUMiSKl# i
S Tlw tradM-r ripped, uiwn his desk drunk: they can hardly follow the trail slon upon them. and every part is made in the '
And cried. "Leas'noise! less nolaerTben of the snowshoes, and maybe we will The same precaution had to be Mathu-hek Factory, WEST PALM BEACH FLA.

f- outwit them after all" taken In the case of another but less .,.,"f which is a guarantee that it will -
looking at the Toy be scowled After staggering around the house famous, canine. Until a postman was : .1 last a lit -\ me. -
Ami Mid. "Neit boy-foretell" some of the Indians went" inside, while foolish enough to throw a stone at Chinese
t "Oh. please, tlr.tcrkd the little Toy, others came toward the tarn; but after this animal without the least provocation : '-. Why Take Chanceson Laundry, -
"I don't know bow to spell. glancing at the empty stalls they rejoined it was on good terms with all the cheap piano when the Old
their fellows, who set up a loud letter carriers who called at the house.
t and Reliable :tt I athushek be WO KEEl Proprietor.
"In-lwd i don't know how caD
It Is
shouting/ Putty soon two or three of After that however, a furious hatredof
> I'm sure I am a toy them roiled out of the house a cask of hei majesty's postal servants took .Give- bought at prices and terms to

r.t: Ahbnngu I scorn to be In elasa New England rum and knocked the !. possession of this previously amiablecur ... suit you? There are more than Shirts ..... ....... ........... JOe e
And dressed up like a boy"MVhat'a head In and commenced to drink heavily and when It had severely bitten 15,000 Mathushek Pianos in 'a OpeaProat...... ......llur2k

Then some more pulled two or one of the postmen they all refused the South. "You Should Have Collar............... .... ...... ...... t)6e 1
I that? What's thatr the three feather beds out into the moonlight with one accord to deliver letters at Cotta .. ..... .. -..*............ lie
'- teacher cried. and ripping them open with their the house. One. Ladle*'Shirt WakU." ......- .......... tile
la awful tones he spoke; knives, comiueucei to throw the feath- The owner of the dog complained to Genuine Mathushek Pianosare

He tame with strides across the floor ers up into the ab dancing and singIng the British postothce authorities, says only gold hyLUDDES WORK GUAIL\(TEED.
I And then the Toy awoke. and every fe\ minutes drinking Tit-Bits, but the hitter supported their FIBST-CrjlSS
again and again of the rum One after subordinates In tI e attitude they had & BATES'S.M.H. I Banyan Street,WEST PALM BEACH.
r v Tbrn' lay the nursery Vt'rr"still, another of the savages became so intoxicated taken up, and In the end arranged for Fred Kahn, Manager. 2-2 .
The shelf above its head; as to fall down in the snow, his letters to be delivered at a place 29 Eat Bay St., Jacksonville, Ma' _.
The Ore burned dimly on the hearth, and then they roiled over and over in where there was no canine that de- 1VIVI'Sun.I i
The children were in bed. the feathers which stuck to their lighted to bark an 1 bite. CHESEBRO BROTHERS, .1

1 bodies until finally every one of At a hotel In a west of England New York.
Fish
I 1 Fulton Market
< There lay the doll and Noah's Ark. the band lay there, stuplfled with liquor town there is a dig which exhibits an ," O'DONOGHDE |
"Oh, dear me" said the Toy unable to move hand or foot Intense dislike for soldiers.. What are V. t,, -" ': Wholesale Commission Fish Dealers I
"I just had such a dreadful dream!II All this time David and his father, the why and wherefore of this feeling J :
dreamed I wan a boy," bidden In the hay, scarcely dared to toward the gallant redcoats it is Impossible j
Katherine Pyle. breathe, for fear of betraying themselves to say, bat the sight of one THE ALL 'ROUND Our Indian River Specialties Are: d i

but now had come the momentfor has the same effect on this eccentric I SPANISH MACKEREL 'jj j I
r action. canine as a red rat has on a bulL The
A WILT SLEIGH RIDE. \'f
"We can't tell how many of the savages consequence Is that the dog has to be = :PHOTOGRAPHER, POMPANO KIKQ-FISH '
may be coming along, so we dare kept severely under restraint so that 8HEEPRHEAD. BLUEFISH, I
This boy was 15 jears old in 1777 not kill these although it would be an soldier can come and go without run-.
when General Hurgoyne started from of of Has to in West! Palm SEA TROUT, ETC.
easy matter, said Mr. Spafford. "Its ning the risk losing a portion come stay
Canada for .\II..n). aud his name was almost daylight too and'we must be their anatomy In the process. What
f iHivld $pa ord. lie lived with his moving. Open the rear door, David makes the antipathy toward them all .... Beach, and is now fully prepared to CUR INDUCEMENTS TO SHIPPERS ARE:

k father and mother and two little sistera and push the bobsled" out on the snowI the more remarkable Is the fact that do work his
<>n a farm an"ay up in the Green guess the cruv is thick enough to the animal shows 4 decided partiality to gratify patrons. Prompt Return and Fell KttW Mm

Mountains Vermont" ,where the winten bear it now. Thai help me down, and for policemen.A .
t are long and the snow sometimes we will make oi- desperate effort to terrier belonging to a friend of the { Stencils Forwarded on Application.
lies four feet deep for weeks at a time. get away" writer will run a mile at the sight of a :; '1/; Studio I lasonic BInet Corrttpondeitct Solicit...
I I myself have known the weather to The brave boy crawled noiselesslydown siphon. When is was considerably : opp.
IM so cold there that ice formed In from the haymow and did as he younger than It Is now Its owner delu- .
tho river more than six feet thick.It was bid. He placed quantity of strawIn ged the dog with a siphon of"soda WEST PALM BEACH.

was about the middle of August, the sleigh and wrapped his father water, and ever since it has exhibiteda I F.: AI REYNOLDS
1777. that a mellla.geame to Mr. up in a buffalo robe, for the cold was mortal dread of a siphon full or Chance to do Your
Rpaf goyne bad been traveling southward as he did so giving a slight push with expected bath Is evidently responsible CALEB -HALEY & CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
from Canada with thousands of Brit- one foot The sleigh moved slowly,but for this extraordinary a erslon..
Uh insular and many hundreds of soon gathered momentum, for luck of Wholesale Commission Dealers la SHIPPER AND DEALER IN
Indian allies who were wild with desire the barn was. a steep valley running tarn. ('10' Stories.
ALL KINDS OF FISH.
.- to kill scalp an ': added that ond of the savages and in all that sweep there was not a washes windows. It belongs to one I POMPANO
a warrior so tall aud heavy as to be a three or a stump sticking up above the of the Chinese companies of that City.It Special Attention given to the sale ol
plant, and known as the Wyandet snow, for all had been burned off In is a cat of a Chinese breed and t. Southern Fish. SPANISH MACKEREL, ,
fruitier, had murdered the beautiful a great forest fire years previous. those who own it claim that It be- POMPANO, BLUE FISH, TROUT SHEEP '
daughter of a Scotch clergyman, Jenny Within half a minute the sleigh longs to the same family as the'cats HEAD, RED SNAPPER,_SHAD etc. SPANISH MACKIB1L.
t lli-Crea who was visiting a friend seemed to leap forward like a deer, in the temple of the emperor of China.
at Fort and then it shot down the mountainside The cat is a mixture of Maltese and Jo1b < CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED,
with the speed of an express Tortoise shell, and Is said to be very PROMPT: RETCRXS. I and BLUE fISH.
train. The noise made by the whirring beautifuL II
J i runners on the hardened snow aroused Tom's Chinese friends declare he Is II" 14 Fulton Fish Market, HEW YOu.G'eo. .

some of the Ind-ans, and hastening so clean that he will not lie down un- : WEST PALM FLA.
BEAOHt A
through the barn hey saw the escape. til he has dusted the place where he Is I ,
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S. Hacker & SonMANUFACTURERS BOX 187. 11-14-tl
ets at David who was standing up In rah and dip it In a pan of water and }, \
the sleigh and was steering; it but they wash the glass of the window In frontof j-
were so drunk that their bullets went which he is going to lie down and
wide of the mark, A third seized then rub It dry and that he has never WHEN Jacksonville: be sore and visit .
a long! board, and with a fiendish been known to lie down in front of the. your Old Friend who will snrpriM
yell threw himself on it head- glass without first washing It you with Bargains in 1 ;.
long, as a boy n.-wadays will throw A man In Point Pleasant N. X, bas Dry Goods. Clothing and :
himself on a sled. This huge, painted a cat that seemingly grew tired of Uents Famishing*
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shrieking savage came sliding down home life and wanted to see the world.It -
the hillside at amazing speed but be boarded a train for New York some D. SINGER Manager,
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could not catch up with the heavierslt'ixli. days ago and was discovered by the I : t ii tt-rgos Bridge trect.Near KSONV1U.E.Bay. FLORIDA
TUB Still he was so near that Mr. bra'-eman when half way to the city. I work
t Spafford dared to t.1ktno chances; and He poor man could only surmise where : .- ,
Aft''l'r resting his musket on the seat of the kitty came from, but he had a warm W. R. MITCHELL,
lo t (- sled he aimed it and pulled the trig place In his heart for all animals and .-_--=-a:-= ...
lull 11 ger. There was a puff of smoke, a he kept an eye on her till the train ..;- Shoe Repairing Neatly Done, Harness
tie loud report and a horrible yell and reached the city. On the return trip at OF Sewed and Repaired.
at elite the Indian seemed to leap off his board each station, as the brakeman openedthe
t mont Edward."I into the air. half turning as he did s.; door she would rush to the plat- Out-of-town customers will receive
Doors Sash
Stark, and when he struck the snow again, form and remain there until satisfiedIt promt attention. Shop on Olive Street
next door north of TuoncAL SUN Build-
.' homes rolling over and over until he came t-< was not her home.
ltLaua a full stop,and lay there dead,his dark At Asbury Park she jumped to the Blinds, MouldingsAND in*. eta
fl body outstretched on the white crust platform but evidently realizing*Tier -
ed at "Did you hit him. faherr asked Da "
mistake jumped hurriedly back again YouBuy 'Era -"I I Serve 'Em!
that he vid. He spoke with difficulty, for he as the train started.. When Point Building Material
OYSTERS Cooked u you like then while
cantle
was continually exerting his full Pleasant was reached she leaped from you wnit. Served In .Ml Stylti.and at aU howl,
that his strength in guiding: the bounding the train with an I-am-at-home air, CHARLESTON, S, C. between 6 a. to.mil I 1 p.m.
to w... sleigh and could not afford to look feeling quite the most distinguished The Sun K.I'f re..hments.t old Drinks and Cigar
aumo back for an Instant. In the neighborhood, having traveleda Tropical tI/ Largest Factory South. WILL IltLTOX'8IESUUWf.Olive ,

Thus "Yes and he is.done for, my son." distance of over 150 miles. Send for Prices. Street West Palm Beach
< Tear's Then both were jilenU On, and on
his sped the sleigh down the mountainside A UtOit Trick. .

farm and to David the snow had a Give a person sixteen matches and -NYIiCISSCS STREET.
and ; curious appearance. It seemed as if ask him to lift up from the table fifteen -
that he were sitting still while the great of them on the surface of,the remaining IF MY SPECIALTIES:
pace mass rushed by him uphill. But the one. There are but very few J! THECORNER
<)ve cold, wind In Job Department
cutting his face was so people who will be able to do It as It -
the strong as to dispel this illusion. It al- Is not a trick that Is well known. To .
ing at most took away his breath. One mile accomplsh It you must act as follows: FANCY FAMILY GROCERIES.
and let two miles, three, four, five, they went Place one match on the table now CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS .
who i until the river ,was reached and then place seven of the matches on' this
the : : came the most dangerous place of all. FANCY TEAS AND COFFEES.

and I for the ,sleigh leaped off the bank and Prints Letter Heads GROCERY FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETA-
and he fell a yard below to the Ice. But it e
"l landed right side'up, and by good luck I Note Heads M BLES IN SEASON.
only came to lit you know that In- there was a clear space of ice straight
dians have burned my house and murdered across where the wind had swept a
<< all my fauna, and I am now broad path in the snow. In far less StatementsBusiness NEW STORE, NEW GOODS, COURTEOUS TREATMENT '
Aeeluc for niy life. They will soon be time than it takes to tell of it the Cards 1 .
bere and you must start at once!" sleigh had skimmed over to the opposite
then he turned and sled Into the bank, and there its occupants meta Prompt tree Delivery on Both Sides of the Lake.
Bill Heads
darkness again. For a moment David party of farmer soldiers and lumbermen
stood as If stunned. The awful news who had heard of the raid from
And all kinds of Fine
completely terrified him; but no time the messenger on ;ip-iwshoes and had Stationery d. F. OLIVER, Proprietor.ATTENTION' .
was to lw lost lie glanced up the staned to rescue them. But David
e mountainside and the clouds away oH and his father had rescued themselves, .
.., glared with the reflation of the burnIng so they borrowed a horse to take their Are You Supplied ? 4Z ---- .
buildings. The lad knew It would sleigh forward to the town where Mrs. MERCHANTS!
be simply Impossible for his father to Spafford and her little girls were stay-
escape on snowshoib, for his wounds Ing and the company of rangers hast-
had left him so stiC in Doth legs that ened In
be could scarcely walk about the on pursuit of the Indians. Give us a Trial Order THE MIAMI BOTTLING WORKS

house. Yet sometuiug must be done lbre Great :H.IG \.
It once. THE MATCH TRICK. Is prepared to deliver, EXPRESS PREPAID, to all responsible parties[

In such a time one's wits work single crosswise, one end on the table BOTTLED SODA POP GINGER ALE etc.
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quickly, 4. portion on the single match; --
to spare. He suddenly r'Pwt'mberedthat .. now in between these, seven more And We Will Patronage of Dade County Merchants Solicited and Satisfied Gu raaued..y .
he had a pair of snowshoes exact .. .. matches, leaning In the opposite direction
|y like those worn by the Man who ou top of all the matches just (. CASTELLAKO. Prop. MIAMI. }'L\.
care the alarm. So he worked rapidly were they cross place the remaining rl-
and put on the *-,owBhoe l and ran match; now grasp the first single
back and forth bet*ecu: tie louse and BU rL match placed on the table, lift up and
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t the barn several tin...s, making halt a \-! you have all the matches raised clear Clarence. G. Miller Miller iongbotham
dozen tracks In the snow. The betook from the table. Please You...
the horses and cows o-.t of the S. B. MILLERS CO.
Itirn and laid the u IP on them so =- The Spimje Came.
vigorously that th.-) ran out toward Two fans, one for yourself and one
the road as fast as t*cy could go. By for the person whom you are going to -WHOLESALE-
thlr time Mr. Spa* d iiau managed play with and a small sponge are all
to dress himself. you need for the sponge game. Toss
i -doodr!* be said !,. I lis son "Now dodo the sponge; in the air, and hit it with Commission Fish Dealers.
you think you c-1.. caril me to the -.i th. Q"irilloa. your fan to your cojirade, and he will
1)\1 h T' Willie Strutt WES playing with the bit It back to you. At the beginning" 7 Fulton Fish Market NEW YORK.
i David and taking Tltiibs boys. His mother called
111 try it-plied : him. of the game each person has fifty
:, hU father on hi* lack lile a sack of "Willie don't you know those are bad points, and whgevvr lets the sponge SPANISH MACKEREL, SHEEPS-HEAD BLUE FISH,
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0 Ml be sureedod a-- fotti.ii. him intc boys for you to pay with r <1r"p on the floor loses one point The
; tln :iaru and burl.till iu) mow. "Yes mother." mid Willie, MI know gna' Is kept rp '"'til toe of the two POMPANO RED SNAPPER. GREEN TURTLE ETC.
coMi-r." salt Mr. SptfU that but thru I am a good !boy .
It* growing: to. 91 10 pohttx! He Is the loser and
I z fora, "all .the.,. crust, keeps Jw'deWJJ, tU'iu to ylaj ,,'lt1I." !4.:i'-cr i* the wllWer.i Stencils Promptly Furnished. 11.r -lutZ

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BEGINNINQ, APRIL '30, NATIONAL SERIES, AFRIL 30. THE LEAGUE TOPIC FOR THE WEEK ,
'- BEGINNING APRIL 30.ttk Formerly MRS.'J. FRANK is in_town sad U wiling for the

>J TV tbnWCbC.m.tFr.par.dbyWm! Commute .by N.m. K. rich--*aty_I '

'.. K. 1tsbu,for GBOIAI&ea4 -*- The (;emf..r Remi..d,i.ha 1t 15.57 't' ConatMt k- WK....Nber-Rr Non 10 Days Goods at FllQ Prieus
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U-rftUoai A tUI6Uua'.TI -..:How lUll -GG1dq'Tnll 1, Will rr.r. tb. fftthtr pared for TM *f'L-a ... anti rtmtU-e.... } : I! : E

c. w. IH-kU Oaf TimcT Bed.!: Si Hi., ud H. Shall(Qt IN Another Com- for(.......... ..-, Uw Shall W.IMrtd -- .

x Far tents Job Itl I'. Ou rims Eeel.Si IS. DRY AND DRESS COO88.,
everything
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truth tha\U very often distorted and ''It'y love me keep my command It has been said that "TIme Is the 22 ir yards yards,rBbieaebml 1 rant; vide Sea Fruit Ulaad nl the Loom __ ......." "..., ete1
CottoB, 1ant tide", _
1U true teaching misapplied.'- '* menta.." onlyequa possession of which all men awn 17 yard 1 yard wide Blrachinr. lIureli..____ ._. I 1 .o 00

Some peoplewben, rebuked for doing 'The revised< version says, if ye love amounts and yet there U no 17 yard,arde.-IdePer--&k Fine land! last le CaDlbrle colon yard wide.... ... ,,.. .-. t 1M.

i till carelessly reply that there la a I me're will keep my commandments." other possession of which men make so Indigo Blue("alll'o. teat color, -4 ..__ .8eperyard.'e.pee lard. .
time for everything: they seem to forget Thl little verse is one that professing unequal uses." Turkey Fine Ugh Bed Colored Calico fast color.-__ _-.4e. gwr yard.. .

that the present to the time for Christians should'alway. have before The dividing of time it seems to us, Draw Uning cheap Hriata M, taut dirt.color {e. per''&14.

owing, and In, the future will come them,in and their its truth should be rooted caaprop be easily settled if we make the Advertisers FIDe emoslnacluRttama..._ .._. ._.._. ._ ...W ,...,... ...,&f4.
deep hearts. It U a test of Gingham ----...-_ ,,__._ yard
a the reaping. Whatsoever we: BOW,that disclpleshlp that many shrink from r use of It. Making the proper Fla Fast; Colored French 6181(1I8.1a. ._ ,, ,.",., .., _-.IM'I'ft'. pev,......
hall we also reap.. '"Now" la the time having applied to their lives, but there use of our: minutes will; enable us to We bare Flee inch White an mormon Drew Lawn.stark <,,! BrilliaatJiiea.wW.._Wonted. ,._4"?-i pr........
to lOW the proper seed-so that in the to no uncertainty about its meaning do all things at the proper time. Losing we wart yon to are them younetf, ao we w out quote prkes.sad otter vbiter i 1++os tail

reaping we shall be free from weeping. It has well been said that no kind minute is what causes us to be The Better beat grade quart gUlL.-&ik-." .,...,....... ._.. ,. .M .---T... .. _.._2 e. a yard
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behind ._ ..,,,., .- Uc. to f l.ou per,ar4. _
= Our Scripture lesson U one that on I or degree of emotion can be a substitute with our hours. The followingquotation BE
the fact of it teems hard to ..get any for obedience. very nicely illustrates thlathought Who Use the SURE TO COME ASD 8KB BBS AT s

good from but by prayerfully reading: "Apd I will pray the Father sad He :

it ''over lAd seeking light upon tthrough .:i shall give you another Comforter that "You will notice that In laying steel THE BOSTON STORE

the Holy Spirit, it can be made lie may abide with you forever." rails a little apace Is left between the

.a blessing to us II' Here we see plainly taught that the ends of neighboring rails. It this
a A Christian' Comforter to to come to those who were not done the summer heat would
time should be given up i keep the commandments. -

.as Ood.'acd unto the all Lord.wa do should be done I world"Even cannot the Spirit receive.ot troth because whom it seeth the expand against each the rails other* bend they out would or in strike, and Columns' oft II INDIAH RIm AND LAKE WORTH SIIA1BOT SIRVICE

From the time of our birth up to the I I Him not, neither knoweth Him but there would be an accident. So it Is -BKTWKEK- ..
that in
know Him laying out our work we should
tlme.of out departure there are certain ye for He dwelleth with
experience ,we of necessity are com ,, yon and shall be in you." take pains to leave vacant spaces for T1TUSYILLE, ROCKLED6E, JENSEH AID PALM BEA&H.

petted to undergo. 'I I I He not(onlp ,will be our Comforter possible delays, or for the increase oflabor
The time | Advocate or Helper but He will be ton above what is expected. CONDENSED SCHEDULE
to
laugh (or rejoice) is
the the Spirit of truth guiding and The single verse that we have for on .
r experience W8 do not shrink from but directing us aright Scriptural lesson is one of those quo. THE V .: On and after Tuesday, February 14th, 1899. .

'when we go through the weeping time j I Ift { Instead of "dwelleth in you" the re- tenon from which U at first seems V : -SOUTH BOUSD.- .

s bring sorrow ,to our hearts., I I wised Il version says, "He abldeth In hard to draw anllirect lesson on dividing Leave Titusvhle '
The time to hate all evil, and love the 10U. our time 'The following{ taken dally except Sunday and Wednesday 4.00 p n

onto of evildoers 1s now; the time to I' "And I will not ,leave you comfort from "Bible Studies," is a ?splendid exposition Arrive Bockledge, e* 0 :0 p m

e&rr7'on an;nnrelentless war againstIe**; I will come to you." of the text: Leave Titusville, daily except Sunday and Wednesday, 4.00 pra
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ala to now, and the time of peace will .(|Jesus t According to the revised version. "Ecclesiastes 1 315, may be compared Arrive Jensen, Daily excepHond.y and Thursday, *. 10.00 a n
here meant that He would '
be
when w. cast our crowns at Jesus not TROPICAL Lea v* Titusville
witter
the ninth verse of the uoadaysTueedayi and
first
feet leave ,them desolate like orphans. 'I chap* Fridays, 4.00 P iii

Our labor, la vain and our time la 1 i i( "Yet a little while and the world Version of this renders book. which the Revised, Arrive Palm Beach following day, 2.30. p m
teeth j me no but U follows: That
more
; see
: worse than wasted unless the Lord' cause I live, ye shall live ye. also"me. be-I which! hath been U that which shall -EOBTH BOCSD. ___

bleu our efforts; but when we are truly i I I.a | They not only saw Him as the Son be; and that which hath been done i la Leave Palm Beach, Monday, -Wednesdays, Thursdays 9.00
la his a n
hands; then be does cause us to of < >> afterwards saw : and there is Titn.ville, following .
day
:
prosper) and enables 12.30 m '
us to enjoy the Him p
after His resurrection and atter'Hb no new thing under the IUn.. Taking "SUN Leave Jensen
good of our labor and we accept It u s ascension saw Him with their the rendering of the Revised Version daily except Thursday and Saturday ..0\) pm

the gift of God, torah good gifts come j I Spiritual epee for Ecclesiastes 3. 15. we have the fol. Arrive Titusville, daily except Suodaya and Monday, 1130 p ra

from him. We may toll, but tbe time, i I! "At that day ye shall know that 1 lowing: 'That which ia hath been al. Leave Rockledpe! ,daily except Sundays and Wednesdays, 9.00 p a
and ability and strength come from am IE my Father and rein me and 1 Arrive Titueville, u -
: In 11_ ready; and that which la to be hat h 1130 P III
him. and ao we thank him for It.. you already been
t In the 14th verse of our lesson I(! They knew in a sense then but on which to: and God aeeketh' againthat II. GAILURD, Mgr.. T\ T. REESE.: Agt., CHAS. DA VIES, G B. Agt,
we passed
do
What
V on the day of Pentecost when away Augustine Fls. Palm Beach
have the doctrine of God's they these words Fla. Tittwvilk Fli.
omnipotence
> were filled with Holy mean. The first clause, 1
Spirit th
; he Is Indeed all-powerful and, would understand as they never b ud That which is hath been already.; or, II --
nothing ever has or ever shall be able before. as the King James Version puts it, CLAIM -

to stand against what he does, but It "He that hath my commandments, That which hath been is now.' clearlimeans Florida East

ahall stand forever. The firmest foundation ;., and keepeth them be It is that loveth that the present is essentially Coast Ry.

will some day decay; the Won g-.- me, and he that loveth me shall beloved the same as the past. The next clause .

e.tma0 will some day fall;. the most of my Father, and 1 will love That which, to to be hath already been' TIME TABLE NO. 80. IX EFFECT APRIL 11. 1M. S
'staunch ship will at last.be him and will manifest myself to him" asserts that
destroyed the future will be a reproduction It Is The SOUTH BOUND ... -
by the elements,or dismantled by.man*. Tula reiteration of the fact that to of the past' The law.which No (Bead Do. ) HOfiTH BOUND (....Up).
kind; but after the start of love Jesus means to keep lily com- SIll"So" '
heaven
fall regulate things change not the p. v !l'Ie
maudmeuts. ; STATIONS. r
and if we do so God will te"I 0.
and the heavens roll *
up as a scroll, avery nd moral government to exercised by Him
(love &a
;. e mountain and Island us and Jesus manifest Himself to TSpUa* Leave... ,.....,........JacuoaviUe.... iii
move out of'> us. Remember that faith and work go| who U. and was. and to to c. :e; and I ''aU>.WHArrtv!| .........................st AI1WItine..L.a.:..._........ ; .Arrive raitia

their places, the truth of oar God shall(, together; and while we cannot be therefore in effect, history repeats it. I I'' /aip lUaSaLnte r ...."...........,...J>AugwsM.,........................erritea jtap t-fe
stand am, and whatsoever he doeth .saved ", good, works if we love God self The same causes produce the *lUp 11111&,| ....................... .Hawian/ ...........'.................- Sfcip /fur 10q
hall be forever; nothing can be p must show our faith by our works same phenomena. The last clause ;; lOOp -as,Arrive...... ..,.. ................Yaurka, ........ ....... ......, Lea..
nt1WN EST urp 11 lUUa''iMae. ....... ..........
to It states : .P..atka.......,.................
nor : .Arriw e
anything taken from It. Th 1sk I i ealth unto Him not i that "God ., i
Iscariot seeketh
: again that lOOp lisp,Arrive ............. .........San U-teo,....... ...........
"the Preacher" tells us, God does so Lord, how is it that thou wilt manl.fl'llt which 1s passed away.." which means "4 tuptaup 1b Ler.v..t W"n;
aD Katao.j.. ,
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that men will tear him. Surely when thyself. unto ua, and not unto the that God "brings back to view recallsagalnlnl.O 13 ,Leawe.........:.... ....."Bwt .. .. Arrive 1 4I
p .... .
w* thus realize the omnipotence of our world. being*that which was f JUp : .". ....... ........:......... o tike:.:.....:::..........."..La..t. Tr __

God.v* should 10 feaf (love) him that: Judas was Jude, the writer of the ed and lath vanished out of sight pass and 'lLp l'tp! t18&PI! ".. ................................-.............PonOrante o..1tuna.:::..........:............................ ." I" fin 1 *
all we do shall be epistle; it 1; said he was the same as Tiip 1&5PI ................,..... .;w.w ...... .. titU>t
I. dose according to his mind. The truth here taught is, that 0 811111a.;! ................. ......
Lebl 8UBP fBPI ............... ....
>rae of :Matt 10 3. ... ,
; "How la t"to .. Oak liia.............. ......... "
..will and" -with-an-_ .eye single to his In the revised version haa been I with God things proceed in the same Slip 1'' 'p; .........................TitWlY l................:.............. I I.... i
way from age to With IJCPI: : ..............,.....,... CitjPomt......................... IIOJo .
him
age. .
there ...
changed to read, "What has come :::.:: .....,........ .. .. ..( : I ... 1
*i- ** /OCOA ........ .. ,
The revised venlon gives the follow* pass that Dr. Hovey says, "lIe is J"trying i i no division between days and months Advertising ...... :.......... ....... Roclcledee t U*..*.::::........................ .. .. .
Ill : ;
las rendering of the 15th .verse: to bring his Lord's language In,1 I ai years; between past present and ............ Ii II" ..............,......:.:.:.:,."............:...1le.bo11rDe.Eau(jalJie ......................_... ... .......

: That which bath been already; andthat to harmony with his own Jewish f Ideaot future. The forces which have worked ...... : ......,:.................Sowlaad ...,.o............................ I't" '.....
which is to be hath already bead the lIe lah'. reign. According to will go on working. Character ...... ltp'' ..........................Sebutlan................................. HOB.llfcim. ......
en; thU will ....., I 1Yp: II ................. ........Si. Lucie............... .. .. .. ..
theory all i .
mankind .. ... .
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a God aeekethtagalB that which Is I would see be( made in the future just as it Is made .. ... 11$ : .*. .'............. ..1'0... roe.. .... ... 11 ....N
pawed Here Him as a temporal ruler: : now< and as it was made in ..:... 641p 1....!!.............,.!.,... ideIi......".."..".....nt"I"....*.... : tern ,.._
away. we have the omnipresence I the past ....., etp813p II .. ........ ...... 10
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"Jesus answered and said .. 6nse& ................. ...
of God: all time and places i If unto him There will be no easy time to repent ...... ...;....................... Stuart ..>............,............... .. '.....
a man, love me he will keep my ...... 72611 II .........,...,... .......HoUhoniuL. .. .. id fite ....
art the to him. tAI "and] quit ,sinning. Sin r ... .................
same words; and my Father will love him will always MEDIUM ...... 7 9p' ........................West Jupiter........?............... .KaKla .:....
bring the same ..... II .................. g ...
to how Christians consequences. West Pahn: .
are to spend !and we will come unto him and Beach ................
make 1 .....: 83psrp .......... ........ .... Eoynton ........... W ......
The .F. .
their time our lesson teaches us that cur abode with him. I' study of God's word Is always In ... .. 84811 .. ..........,..........;..... Delrty.' ..,.....,.....,..,..*.?.?..... ".. .....
we are to do everything in its time "lie that loveth me not keepeth not order and we should constantly medi- ..... II .............. Fort: Uaderdata. ..........?...........?. 'lia :.....
... ...: t .._
.102iip .... .. :::, :
U we depend on the leadings of the my sayings; and the word which ye tate! upon his laws; more than that :...:. lOiIo.Ip Arrive..........................LeuonCilj....Miami............................,............... .. Ifca ..._ e
hear is Lau, ....,
not should
Holy Spirit we will never be in'the mine, but the Father's we have them in our hearts and BETWEEN XKW SMVKXA AND .
dark M to what we are to do, nor when which sent me ( minds Bud we should also take timeto ORAXGE CITY JUXCTIUX.

s: to do It. Too much time is. wasted InilL These things have I spoken unto study the written word. (II Tlmo- Of Any Nom.*ilp.W ISo) lua 11.'Lv.. ......... ',.. .......... sew BTATIPylT Smyru. ..Trr. "flgT!' a '

..\ "What. and "How!" God you, being yet present with you. thy, 2; 15). mpu2lal! .............. ............. Lake H .IIIl......--............................7Ar'ffilS.,EiiJBJ !
"Peace I leave -- ...,...... :....... N>
with i ill & .
you my peace The time for u. Xtraoge) CSty. ..................... ,
wants ua to trust tim and go on. fellowship we will find f )IU45aAr.......... .. .. .I.OraageCity Jnnetio'a .. Itl lp' 41M
I give unto you not as the world gfvin Colossians 3: 12-17. .................... ** ,lUJS'4a , Dr. E. A. ScheU says: eth, give I unto you. Let not your There ia! also AlUiaing'he'ween+ New Smyrna and Orange City.uncflla Dally e c.pi feuaday. t
a time for
"We should regard the past for Its heart be troubled, neither let it be helpfulness! ,
lessons, the present for lu opportunities afraid." t and that time is when others need help KEY WEST AND HAVANA.'

the future for its hope. The author This peace has well been called "the and that Is always although there are 4 L.. The steamers of the Korida East Coast gteamahip Company are appointed to
special cases of need sail u Mtowtt
tiff of God's love." which .require T'
of Ecclesiastei After conversion hum M %mi, H:3U:
without a firm be- Stt-xiarr City of p. m. Tuealay.J and Friday Arnfe
llf la Immortality and the fuller revelation we have peace with God, but when we special help at special times. We can | WEEKLY PAPER K-y w." to West 1:30 p. m. Wednesdays sod Saturdays Tfala 3> J sy i
eouceu
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Christian receive the Holy Spirit we have the all help some one at all times. A kind I sa4 f rom K-y with steamer.
of teaching was notable love Of God constantly abiding word to a child'a; smile upon some I Wr.tltln eb From Key Wtrt 3:30p. m. Wednesdays aid 81 '
to see what hat teen revealed to ns, and Influencing our lives. We wiare who is struggling through a trial mea j Mtamib3oa.m.'fhursdayaant3nudayaooaa.ctl.awtihltai.lt ; ;
us- a glorious future with ; btrawsb, M.. From! Miami i : -
Christ a
ourhaa not troubled, neither m. Moiidura sad Tbaradaji. '
are we afraid. cheering word to one who has ami to and Amv ILtj -
almost West
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Savour, rt that place which he He keeps us in perfect peace becauseur yielded to the tempter. (runt Havana same dapsm.Arrive Havana' ana Tbnrsda,.. Leave Key Wes a n. m. !
All
of 6
prepared for them that love him. He j ) minds are staid on Him. t"helps" ese tnurhlnx at From Havana. a. m. Taewiaye ab4 VrklaTt, 1
can be extended by all sailing direct for Miami 11 a. ;
no matter Wtt m. Tne-dayf
who has faith IB Christ, wbll he will 1! I how But In K-y and Fridays. Arrive Miami a. m. Wednesdays and &tu4eJ' i'J' s s
poor. there are other The a.rathb"uud. ViI
connectinit with .rt1D 7s.
not find that the laws of yesterday will Chrl 'a lty rrd'l..r.eter.. acts of \
helpfulness
be aside If one can be led to that can only be These Time Tables show the times at which trains and boats may be epacMd toarnveaal
let tomorrow will accept without
experience depart from the
extended several station and 1
by those who ports but their
are blessed )In arrival or M tail ....
question the proposition that character stated is not guaranteed, dean tt
through the new life from Christ the temporal nor does the Company hold itaelf re .!. delay i
affairs. or
aa*
When such eoueqoenoes arUmg therefrom. j
Is
the essential thing it will not opporiria. : .
truth of the promise. "Behold I makeall tunltles For copy of focal time cud call at ZB West I
oe difflcult.to have him see that 0 come we should better take advantage Bay Street,Jaduon-UIe,or addrw
things new" It Is the J.P. BKCEW1TH,Traffic ;
Incoming of tlanity gives the best definition of a of them. It we are able or the Manager. 8t Aaga.Haa J.IX LUau X a P. d. #i ,
the spiritual that makes progress W8- true character. It seems almost aril time may come when we will be reminded : j. ; ,
Bible, the future better than the past" jvident now that Christianity has i Illustrated : that even as we did it -
not unto STATE or : :. d I
Another wef-known writer says: the true life that patience the least one of His we did It not FLORIDA! ) I i

"If w* would progress In the self- ontrol, kindness, gentleness, unto Him. ,

tilts lift we. must forget the days oflaaoconc truthfulness, honesty and selfsaeriirto '

that lie behind Ul. In the L nee are works of the only characterworth JUNIOR LEAGUE TOPICS. SUBSCRIBE FOR
having. If these things are! so, THE SUM
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Heat place It la wise to forget our I
the most simple and
experienced
must .
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Bethany . .
youth. Manhood in the Christian life see that religion is the one thing was a village on the eastside '. Cs
U better than boyhood, because it is a fuL Reliance on God aarrendput stet of the Mount of Olives which was

riper thing. It Is wise to forget Him and trust in Him cannot but 'a hill about two miles east of Jeru- i

errors. Life like war Is a series of prepare the ground for the growlChrta h of salem and beyond the valley of Jehosl- i iI ... 1

ttlstak.es, and he to not the beat these virtues.-Kev. J. J. Berry phat Through tula valley ran the i

tiaa nor the best general who makes I brook Cedron or Kldron. Jesus had Advertising Ocean Steamship Company ;

the fewest false steps poor mediocrity fila II If. gone into Jerusalem that day amftesprct d the ;

Day do that; but h*. to the best who No girl ever won an ounce of shout of a great tumult. The mnlttwho- "SAVANNAH "
wias the most splendid victories by rth* oy being slangy. On the contrary.nany tude that went before and those LINE.

retrieval of mistakes. Finally past j : a girl, unconscious of the cause followed cried "Hosanna to the Son ,
laS! found herself Florida At
tie behind and gradually slipping of David; Blessed be he that I
Tea pUt DIe !to well forgot ut ot peol>ie'a respect by the fact that the cometh in Rate Sheet; ,
"
Her talking was dotted with slang name of the Lord; Hosanna in theoved To New York 4 And Boston. '

phrases. "Oh, she is clever.' said a hjghegtThe whole city was m \
"Not backward art our glances bent, woman not long ago of a girl whojould Jesus went into the temple. Hmaking erehis A Short Rail Ride to Savannah
But award to our Father' home." keep a company constantly proved those who were Thence ; \

to -Robertson.BM unused by her apt use of slang. "She I house a market He healed the sick A Short Sea Voyage.

] imuses me greatly. But I should t notare and lame and in the evening 1 suppose Will be Sent on Ap f \ \

TH II ht.... | : to invite her to my house 'nor 1 tired and weary he went back to Beth- Sailing from Savannah: ,

A Higher Critic, convinced that t thenave! popularity my girls for know a girl her.which" It has Is a < any with his disciples-perhaps to tha 6 Ships Each Week 6 f'1 !!
as
sua was a body emitting neither light ts only basis the cap and bells of the home of Mary and Martha. In the \ .

not beat, took up his abode In a cave (ester. The life of the jester Is never morning on his way back to Jerusalem plication. All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with sailing schedules. !
where nothing could Interfere with his ong.-Ladies' Home Journal. ne was hungry and seeing a fig tree eral Write for gen. J
information schedules
theory His able argument, neatly in the way with no fruit thereon nothIng e sailing stateroom reservation or call on 1 "

written, was discovered by a later gen. P...e ...rT Troabl but leaves, he spoke to It, and from E. H. HINTON Traffic Manager WALTER HA WKIXS. Fla. Pa.n. Atf., I I

ratioa grasped In his frosea hand. Much unnecessary friction and tron- that hour the tree withered. This was Savannah Ga. Jacksonville. ,
de results from over hurry and foolish a great object lesson to the disciples ,, -' 6-1093. t
t
"' ......'''' rorry. One need not be lazy while try- the cursing of the fig tree being a iymom- '". : '';': .- : ;e';
ng to be calm and cooL If there la no boa of the awful end of ; ::7 1 1
nations, 1
I stroll boa.ted the : Indian River
aa Man fail -' .
J''
mad) aide of the street, as before the mtnities and individuals : Nurseries ;
who f V
"watch me! and h* devastated a state :Tenches of Santiago, that is another to
'"1 *a atrosg." said the AngeL He natter. But generally there to some bring forth fruit If those who enjoythe Budded Citrus Trees of every variety oa Sour Orange and Lemon Stock aim

caatflt I little child to Ml bosom, an.l.wptq illevlatlng circumstances connected means of grace neglect them and line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to this sectio;i in 'oil I

the tears from Its eyes made it jrith our environment from which[ we bring forth no fruits of holiness. God I lading Budded Mangoes, 50 Varieties of Cretans, 25 Van*ties of, I !I

took ap and dimple Into amh el.The nay extract not only comfort but alin due time will remove all such bless- TO-o 93 Palms, Roses, Strawberry Plants, Pineapple Slips Etc.

Q I&1&a.\'OI'i World fork to direct Observer.advantage ia our work. ew leas lags barrenness from them and and death leave them to end- II I ,jJOHN B. BEACH, Proprietor, .:- WgT PAV N PEACH, FU. ;

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Ma- ]. Marks Tribute' to Florid*. TIFFANY INVESTS JN FLORIDA. NOT REGIMENTALLY DRUNK :. i


! p l..SUtiI Maj. M. R. Marks-of Orlando who is A DMUetU Wlla-..t a DlAnac U ':l. V
II Ma* ll ? Comtj
IIUJtar
1 well known all over Florida as one of ftra1ecr. !ff'k s! -
: ,
her most progressive citizens;, recently FallerV Garth that. "We had some very funny experiences NEW CARDOF

made a. speech to the Tennes&eeans during the late war" said an SEE .

::> which is will worth preserving.: It is The steamer Manatee brought to officer wearing the shoulder straps of
a major of volunteers. "As yon are .
f O 01WflbH now being reproduced bv the press is Tampa last night a very imr:octant per. probably aware the greatest crime of ..'. THE ,

: various sections of the country. son-important in business and social which an enlisted man can be guilty

I :\ ,::_ Herei? the extract from Major Mark's .world. and very important to the future in the eyes of the military authorities

:, itY speech to the Tennessieans who,.headed interests and development of Floridano is that of drunkenness, and the majority CITYlIARKET
of punishments inflicted at the
I
r i& by Bob Taylor, their fiddling Governor, less a person that Belmont Tiffany camps were for this offense. Whilewe

I ; endeavored to convince the Floridiansthat of New York, SOD of the greatest Americm were at Montauk Incessant watchfulness -

I Tennessee was the only fit State to dealer in jewels and precious stones. had to be exercised in order to -IN- s

Jive in.: "Florida is the biggest State eat *Mr. Tiffany bas purchased $60,000 prevent the men from smuggling liquor _
I : Into the camp, but In spite of all precautions .
of the Mississippi River; she's got more worth of land one and -a half miles up cases of Intoxication were

miles of coastline than all the Pacific the river from Ellenton on which are frequent one day a man of my command This Space Next Weak.: -

States put together, and only yn miles rich deposits of the valuable Fuller's was arrested by the guard as he

less than all the Atlantic States ; she has earth. Twenty thousand dollars ha\e was trying to carry a full-sized jag
past the unsympathetic sentry on
1 Ww 85 risers and 116 creeks: both fresh and already been paid over, and the balance duty.

I salt and abounding jn the loveliest i will be paid today or tomorrow, as soon "In the' morning, after he had had

'. scenery: in the universe ; one of her as the proper papers can be made out. time to sleep off the fumes of his debauch -

river navigable to its which Accompning Mr. Tiffany were L. B. he was brought before me as
source the senior officer of the regiment, for The Fashion Plate. .. WORSHIP
Ou pan not be said of any other river in the Ik Ik, of Belk Pla the discoverer of the investigation. After his arrest he sent WHERE WE J

world ; she has 168 lakes of fresh limpid Maoatoe county deposit Dr. L. R. War. for the surgeon of the regiment and Many of newest yokes, gulmper

water, each of which contains a fountain teu. Ale.. Browning.Joe. H. Humphries the they captain had inspt'Cted'him.of his company both and declared, after and bloc fronts to wrar under basque A Directory of the Local Cfesrtbt j j

of youth and all together and Hou'R. P, McDaniel, .of Braiden-
nearly
: Sooo that they could detect no signs of bodices are made with minute tucks udReHftassSodettes.EfV. .
miles of surface she has town.< These gentlemen have a considerable "
enough
square ; liquor on the accused man. The case. arrost the front or gnimpe a style very
-
phosphate to fertilize all her sister States:' finger in the I ie, being owners of 01 course was a difficult one to decide. I decoming to slender forms. sattlteas..

tdylseo
the valuable On the one band the non-com of the', >
she has enough sand to n.-ke mortar for land. .

i all the buildings and public worse that Most of the plans for the new enters guard swore positively that the man Very handsome costumes of vicuna Eeucurtacet'itlatlrsAay2keaea..r. Pru.Jarrstxrsast, .........
was drunk and on the other hand 1 lightweight ladies'cloth or soft kid clothare Service teary bvwfaiy amaiaa at II attack.sumtet .
can be constructed in 1,000,000 years; price are completed. The contracts are had the evidence of two officers, one made of two distinct *bodes of fabric Mcttoot at l Patoraaa.uaw BLvr
her fruits and vegetables are eaten in all to be let immediately for the construct. of whom the doctor at least was entitled Wf. Astrasw.-ttMa.. M
and decorated with stripes of the uw tterowt ead.aril Woiiiwdiy. a.atat.
SAVED FROM THE SEA. parts of the world and her vegetablesare ion of the necessary docks and to respectful consideration as a &. Ray .. C. UI..I4nIeW.
medical expert. After having heard darker shade and small round tailor W. !.AausTKOM.J*, ternary.rUly .
.:.....-..-- boiled in pots as far n -rth as Greenland Three hundred men will be ligbters'l the evidence of the two officers I called butnns.Modelsofsummertoiletshowfinetuckw.,

)'lrteea a( the General Whitney'. Crew her snipe are the game bird of the the mines and at least 100 tons upon the non-com., a typical son of the Trinity .........

Bracb St. Auu.hue.St century ; her fish outnumbers in variety will be turned out Emerald Isle for his evidence. welt rate Stack,
and excel in flavor those of either hem. Mr. Tiffany has completed arrangement 'Sergeant, was this man drunk fag employed in diagonal diamond Serr era win lie held reniarr rwry tStfl
when he came off pass? shapes and horizontal forms. Epaulets t8op.au.. iaawK|* iilffcm h,.**..
for of
the establishment his
isphere ; her deer her bears her alligators own "True to ttveraia aa>l 141seita Mr era a" C til**
tue
Augustine April 23 Considerable her ducks her geese and her heron schooner line and be will be able to get he' replied. traditions of his race are tucked as are cuffs the edges of I Jamc Hiadry will....cturf.............,

excitement was created here early this brings into the State every year {15.000- his products into New. York at the rate 'Well sir he had been drinking. tunics peplum ends and tiny applied .LAnIES'a>. CtlW MaL am."y Cn I. MkTCAU'.rmrV Pruiy' U app.

afternoon by a small boat out at seagivlcg ooo ; her tobacco is finer that that of of fz per ton, wl.ereas :t it costing the 44 'That is not the question; I asked basques. Yak CABMaa. ferttrtuy.ft.

,, signals of distress. Captain Eddie proprietors of the mines you if he was drunk. Polka dots, small diamond
Quincy $ shapes
f Havana her women are the fairest .1.50 u iwth
;
Allen immediately went to its assistance 'lie had taken liquor sir.! H. CbCl"'". .
under the bright skies of heaven. Talk per ton from there. 'That won't do vermicelli and coral design predominate ..
in the : was he drunk? SllIlIklidlflDl to M.iad lM'' yacht "Baldwin.' Upon nearingthe I, to me about Andrew Jackson Who was By September this great industry will Give me a straight answer.* amonge the blue foulards for cool travel- S p H>.. every tMtatUy Ctaeni tft MeH

boat he found it to be the missing he but an old skinflint? Where would be in running order. Forests gardens "The man hummed and scratched bls'head ins, beach and walking costumes. Theyare iac meet t Tbandiv ga Prday.tlnrse..t cvcaitg* U >tr i 1. tdrW,.,.,......,.rf..

life-boat of the steamer General Whit. and alike will be as if for inspiration and finally trimmed with fnlls of the silk and rio-a Sri.MCUlloI *.4 &II'''' ......,. .. acct
he have landed in history if it had not orange groves convened moalh ..
]
which finding it, drawled out. while a numberof at u a. as < rij } '
nay foundered north of Cape been for Florida who.got -np an Indianwar into busy mines and that portion of officers! listened anxiously for the have a plain silk vest and stock collar. in*a awn sHrvirc will lie 14 latflinltwrke. J
Canaveral during fan Mo rrgvtar 4hrt. wni a. Wt vMht tt
Friday
night Captain 1
in order that he might make a name Manatee! county will see a.i era of pros answer: Some pretty shirt waist models have clad l.ban ).. Meat .ft4 IwtoHl
Allen transferred the suffering sailors before 44 'Well, sir, he was not to say rlg- The Foartk tawby .enkn Will M fcrU at
from their cramped quarters to his aid ran for President Times.perky never known.-Tampa mintally drunk." been desgned for the comirg summer r..t.. u II L". Al HnxifcuM, ... f. H.AJb07BUw.Ip.ot. .

spacious yacht and brought them in to ---. "As soon as I was able to control some of them showing a deep sailor collar I ..n.J.. B.V ., ......
Corbett's where Epworth League Program. my countenance and my risible faculties joined to pointed revers that reach the .
dock large crowd
i Back From Bassinger. I asked: belt in front ; the entire piece of woven C.ngsagatlalut CbtiH'
.. awaited them. Hot coffee and food 'What do
SUNDAY APRIL 30 'Sgo-j p. M. .. you mean by "regiment. I guipure lace with cuffs and girder to KV.a Ok f AMI, rwt,". ,!I
were furnished them at once the ally drunk .. ..
upon RerrkMatlt .1
one L Ten: nasday
boat and the poor fellows fairly ban. Subject, "How Shall We Divide' Our Thos. J. Campbell out hustling 'It a man can pass the guard without match. N-b,4.t aid .......,..Ikw. I Sa Po".t to a sac. .}
Time?"-Ecclesiastes iii, 115. young men,:returned last Friday night falling down and only staggers Among the latest compromise stylesin CkrtMlaa davar M e*> ., 'raw aYveti.lt
qneted. "'11I-.4.:,M T r st. .j
would
: Leader-Geo. S. Adams. from a week's visit,to his old home at we not call him rigmintally dress skirts designed particularly for
The Wory of the disaster, as told by drunk, but he ought to be taken in all 1
Mate Mattson and his men,. was a thrill. Opening Song, No. 40. Bassioger. the same,' those who cannot or will not adapt the at. Anti's C.btU. Cbu..1ao a.

One of the bulkheads Reading of Lesson-Leader. From Ft Pierce he drove overland a Amid a roar of laughter I discharged extreme models bone formed of graduated Begl.Eta. will S....*,......." ..%. ..... 4wn.
ing one. sprung .Us .
HoJ.r IbM aa4 fcrrama
a leak from the heavy seas which were Prayer. distance of fifty miles through an open the man at the same time warningthe box plaits that reach from bell to .tlOe-rkieka.m. MjuUjrfefcwUt: every a.ad.y a?. fe, l
Song No. 231. country where but one house was in over-zealous non-com to be sure hem. tapering to about two inches at the tad \...tft.*fvlf at 1M..w .. ,
prevailing during the, early part of that a man was "ngmintally drunk" O.Wftk Jo1laa W1II.. .i T e. a i
Friday eight. All bands were orderedto Explanation of Lesson-Leader. sight during the entire stretch ot, fifty before confining him and ever after top

the pumps, ard worked hard but the Song-Misses Ferna and Vesta Will.' miles but' where ranges were covered that when one of the command had Considerable use is made of machine 5veaing Stas Ie4g.. jets W. ..4ID'Sb.I"'bIaae
l son and Geo. L. Branning. with thousands of cattle all in thriving been sacrificing too ardently at the fabric 'i
stitched
boMs soon began to fill, in spite of theireff' bands of the costume oa
shrine of Bacchus, the usedto
question
..Wtonr. Yeet.sva'isIaiyxhihtetsr.'tiedMaad.
Meeting to me tubers and '
n.. The officers and men realizing open condition. be asked. "Was he rigmiutally tailor suits of pique and linea. Theseare aid UM*. Yhitta. b'iO's -= ......... 1

that the steamer was settling fast and Prayer. .. Nearing Bassinger the farms wereseen drunk arranged upon the gown after the ui>* 1lall o'er VaWeehaol. aka awrq as: eo

'. sure to founder took to the two life Song No. 93. to be in spleudid shape this season. aSI.tJetd Nobility. manner of the bands on the cloth gowns, L. 1'. Huron, LdL$.. ape'

boat Captain J. W., Hawthorne and Scriptural: Reading. corn, potatoes and cane".being as fine as It is from Miss Florence Day, who small white pearl buttons being substituted ,

fiftf eu 'men went: in the first boat and Song No. 144. was ever. raised in the State., while.thePrange has been untiring in her devotion to for those of gimp or.bone.
Announcements.Closing and fruit trees were > the Camp Walworth work that I havea FOR
grape simply THE SESSION.
,
were never again seen by the remainingmen. Blue white, pink and other daintily!
remarkable told certain
story by a
Song. loaned with fruit the February cold not ,
Benediction.All Bough Rider whose name may aswell colored} organdies mn&lits. barages and .....
League
hainginjnredthem in
shortly afterward Mate Mattson'andthe nv particular. go unmentioned says a contributor grenadines are effectively trimmed with

,balance vf the crew, fourteen men, and a cordially invited to come out One Bassioger man, Isaac Lanier' to Leslie's Weekly. This man it ruches and ruffles of the dress fabric The TaU\&A! ) 26 Wctfca
help
ttklk the second boat this about us. recently shipped one hundred boxes of seems had been deputy marshal of }
to ; was for edged with black lace. On the bodice is Tor &O Gnfe.
Our motto-"All Christ"A Cripple Creek, and for months before
< tni- night. They had a compass and --.-- his oranges which netted aim $S per the war he had been hot on the trail a mixture of these decorations with i

bean to row for bore, A strong wind, box. Everybody out there is plantingout of a noted desperado, wanted for bands of lace insertion or very often I j
Perambulating Breakfast. groves on some of the numerous horse-stealing and for murder. More Beginning with the issue for April 6th. I
wa prevailing, creating a beavy sea, there are yoke and sleeve of net match.
e rich hummocks that abound and while than once the marshal and his men and continuing for SIX MONTHS- (tad t
and the lit the could make
men oars no lug the lace in design.-New York Post.
All the A perambulating breakfast vender is a their cattle are feeding on the ranges, had nearly run the outlaw to earth, I"nj? with the tone for October Jth), n. 1
brlwet, lay Saturday ,men future in Havana. Men about only to lose him at the last -= ... .
are seen
tr e o'clock in the
e*. n get a glimpse of it, and almost it forenoon traversing certain bearing as a side industry. and things of less moment were for The Royal.. Box. address for only FIFTY CENTS j

s dts 'atred when found that portions of Havana with breakfast From Bassinger two beats a week run gotten. A captain of the Rough This period will cover ti>c entire session
they they ;The Prince of Wales is patron of 22
buckets made after the fashion of the to-hissimnlee. Riders, who knew the marshal's unflinching of the Legislature and
and the braes M
bad plenty of provisions but no water. American laborer's bucket iu occasionally one to courage and his skill as a livings woi th/: 636,and his total income
all of apartment Fort Myers. They have three mails a horn wrote him Invitation lowing the adjournment ia which all the
They spent Saturday night at.the man, an urgent ii: .!174,203 a.1".
which carried to the door fish "
of the tea, which washed oter are one wee/ and three general! stores. Locatedon tc: join his troops and the In- laws of a public nature will be pablUhed
mercy their frail boat this kind of meal, potatoes,bread and buUer, :' the KisMmmee River Bassiuger is vitation was promptly accepted.So There is great rejoicing in Egypt over Every issue during the sctsbft will
frtquentlv. Early coffee and perhaps eggs or some other miles it came, a few weeks later'thatthis the fact th.t the Khedive now has an contain :
but from Abstract
twelve Lake Okeechobee. Complete of tM Lex
morning they sighted land end with I additiourl article. By this practice ex-cowboy, ex-miner and ex-huut- heir to the throne the khedive having illative .
and is'ic the midst of Proceedings.
redoubled energy made ftrong from a fertile pros. er of criminals found himself at Tampa -
many families avoid the necessity: of recently given brith to a son a\Montai- of
Members
desperation, they took their turns at the perous region. !in Uncle Sam's uniform. And one the Legislature sate

oa.... When near enough to land they cooking the midday meal. The break. Our friend Campbell' found it hard too of the first men he met was the desperado at. much time trouble and atBoja&e by
fast vender is not always an inviting so long sought for in vain Although the Princess of Wales is always
ituprovUed a flag with canvas tacked to tear himself away from his many ronrording A't oxen their list of sass,.
only now he was in soldier's clothes
looking character but this matters little friends out there where he was raised spoken of as Danish, she spent ofpeisonstowhomthey wish the TAL.
to oar, and it was then that Captain a Rough Rider, too with the rest of
'Allen went to their with those people if he sells a fairly decent and is known to everybody as well as I. them. most of her early life in Germany, near L.IIASSER.forwarded during the
rescue. '
The men when they landed were meal and if they can avoid havingto being acquainted all over Osceola I "Well," said the hunted man.coolly Frankford and German and not Danish session. They win be fifel, ai tat

drenched to the skin and almost famished cook for themHvs In very hot County, but as he has cast his lot hereon as last"their eyes met "you've, got me at. was her mother tongue papers sent without further trosUt.

but warm food soon revived their weather the practice is said to be muchin the Coast he had to return to the "How do you mean I've got you?" Sultan Abdal Hamid has inherited by Send with year list so cents for each

pints and they cheerfully narrated .vogue,-Havana Letter to Chicago many new, friends he has made here. "Why you have. You came for me the death of his grandanut. Adalet Sul. subscription, to be sent only during the

their experience to a Times Union and Record. ---- sceola's, loss has been Dade's gain and didn't you? I lay down."" tania' the handsome fortune of 1,200.000 session. For all yew wish seat during

Citizen r presenlati e. They will re- Household Talks. Tom is numbered among the most promising marshal"I didn't"I'm come here for to you tight said under the Turkish pounds. The aged princess was the time the law will run, si t yt cents ,

; maiu here null they receive instructions ----.s.-- of cur worthy young men.Boynton's Roosevelt same as you are. I don't the sister of Abdul Medjed and the only for each name.Address .

from New York. Besides Mate Matt- In making up unbleached muslin -.-- know you, except as a soldier." surviving daughter of the reformed Sul Tan TALLAHASSEAX, TsU i

ton, who conducted tl>e party safely allow an inch to the yard for shrinkage. The man stared at him, doubtful Mahmoud.. lahassee, Fla. .
"You not
mean you're my enemy any
through the rough trip, tie survivors Moths dislike the printing ink ou Vegetables. more?" Queen Victoria has seen compartively

were Charles Andy, H. Kamper D. newspapers,So woolen goods furs, etc .. "\o. sir: t haven't got any enemiesnow little of the vast dominions over which Lake Worth Literary and Social Club

Jackson, Louis Cook Geo. Cook, H, should be enveloped in them when put H. )f.' Flagler ]. R, Parrott. J. P'I but Spaniards. she reigns and has traveled very little --

Louise G. L. Olson ,Ed.: Seablrm, PatO'Neil. away for the summer. Beck with. R. T. Goff and C. B. Knott "And"Not you in ain't hundred goin to give me There'smy up? abroad. She has never yet net her eye After a vacation of a number of weeks

N. Larson, J: Nelson George Lemons can be kept a considerable made visit to Boy Dton Saturday tore- hand on a it, comrade.years" on any of her colonies nor upon any the club resumed its weekly Betting ",f

Lingo, J. Da vis and Thomas Cavanaugh length of time-a couple- of months even noon on their 'way from Miami to St. And through the hard days that followed part of Asia Africa or America nor has I on Thursday the aoth inrt.

These men we.re at sea in their small! -in dry sawdust or sand The sawdust Augustine. None of the party save Mr. there were not two stancher she been in Russia Denmark' Austria. The meeting was railed to onto by

open skiff for forty hours and most of must be inodorous. Beckwith haJ ever visited the Boynton than friends these in two the whole whose island hatred of for Cuba each Sweeden Norway, Spain or (,reece.- the vice-president Miss Potter and a

that time without water. salt !vegetable gardens before and all were other had been pitiless. And after the Jacksonville Metropolis. good number of member responded la

The steamer did not belong to the Sprinkle immediately over any very much surprised to find everythingso war when tae marshal lay ill at _..._. roll<<'L

s Morgan Line but had oeen under spot whare something has boiled over prosperous and progressive. Nothingcan Roosevelt Hospital, it was the ex-out) Stealing Tom Tiger's Horse. It was decided to coating the acct.
on the stove and the place be more law who to his bedside to cheer
charter with that companv for the past may be finer than the tomatoes beans came .. inks during the summer and voted u
him. And later it the marshal
easily cleaned. This also was
six months She was bouud from Newt bad counterac.sthe celery and other vegetables of the gar. who used his influence with a man of The Society of Friends of the Florida continue the present officers U offer .

Orleans to New York with a cargo of odor-Jacksonville.. .. Metropolis. dens at Boynton at this time and Mr. position to get honest work for this Seminoles is taking great interest in the until Jane lit, 1899.

: general merchandise. Both theessel Flal1e and party admired them thor strangely lound friend, whose grati- case against Harmon Hull in Brevard A discussion oa books and program

I and cargo are, of course a total loss A Famous- Yacht. oughly. The party visited the new tude was as deep as his resolve to county lor stealing Tom Tiger's horse. followed and it wu decided to decode
lead better life sincere.
was
but Mate Mattsou could not say whetbir The famous yacht Magic, which was hotel that Major Boynton has built on a Hull was arrested some months ago and the next meeting to the stody of Wash.
I
i they were insured or not one of the swiftest of her class in the the ocean beach, and from its broad Suwmo.s at the Drum. bound over to the Circuit Court which ington Irving and to respond to rotUall

I i' The men here are anxious to kuow world some years ago, has been purchased verandas admired the pleasing outlook Hark, I hear the tramp of thousands, convenes at Titusville on Monday. The by quotations on "Freedom," livinf t
of armed the hum
And
the fate of the occupants of the other,,' by A. R. Merrill and J. E. Merrill Mr. Flagler declared that he had no Lo! a nation's hosts meu have gathered; Society has retained Attorney R. H. name of the author. The Program

but aa several of their brothers number' of the Merrill-S evens Engineering; idea that there was a town on the line Round the quick, alarming drum Seymore tu assist the State in the prosecution Committee-Muses Potter Wllltoa sad -#

} among them. All that they know is Company The yacht was brought into I of the E-.t Coast Road where the vegetable Saying "Come.IoMmen. should an indictment be found, Anthony-announced the following for

what they read in the Times-Union and port some days ago for a cruise of the growing business was in such a come! and is determined to protect the Seini- the next meeting ;

j., Citizen today, which stated that two West.Iudies. The cruise however was. thriving condition and where the soil Ere quick your, alarming heritage be drum.wasted"said the nole's) rights. The East Coast officials Life and Letters of Irvisg-Mrs.

r cagoceri, one fireman and one sailor abandoned at this point and the yacht appeared to be so wcnlertully fertile. have kindly given to Tom Tiger and his Sackett.
"But when the battle.
won coming
were saved, The entire crew numbered was sold. The n.w station at Boynton is now complete What of profit springs therefrom? witnesses free transportation to Titus. Knickerbocker History of New York- ..

F. thirty one men, twelve of whom are The Magic !is a schooner rigged craft I I. and Mr. Parrott told Major Boynton What If conquest subjugation ville at the tequest of Secretary J. M. Mrs. Moses.

known to have perished. of beautiful lines, 84 feet long, 21 fee that the railroad company will send Even greater ills lMcoine Willson Jr.-Kissimmee Leader. The Churchyard at TarrytowB-Miu

beam and a man there to take harge just as soon But the drumAnswered Willson.
--- ... ;# feet draught She has
; sleeping compartments for twelve now as possible It is also reported on : "Come! E. F. Haines has armed and will be Origin of Rip Winkle-Miss A,.
do the to
; t Wanted per. Yon must sum prove It.said
.' and good authority that Mr. Flagler and Mr. found at Weybrecht's Machine Shop thony.
of
,.. sons require a crew eight men the Yankee-answering drum.
and will do all kinds of
repairing-Guns
-i The yacht will be open to charter. Parrott intimated to Major Boynton that Thus they answert'd-hoplng Reading Rip Van Winkle-Mr Pais,.
A good, strong clarinet or cornetplayr fearing, Pistols, Bicycles, Locks and any kind
either and Jacksonville Times Union and Citizen the worst feature about the town was Some in faith and doubting! some of iron work. Chair wheels tor sa1e.113tf.. The meeting was adjourned to
C who is a painter sign. I the deep sand on the main avenue from rill a trumpet voice proclaimingSaid April 26ih.

writer a baker or a carpenter to correspojd Boat building done nght at in the railroad to the hotel, and that they : "My chosen people, comer' It is hoped that an increased interest
home '
with S. II HAPPERSETT, I' Then the drum, A splendid violin fifteen years in use
1 Worth the most approved manner good workmanship !I would see that a sup: ly of shell to improve Lo was dumb! in first-class condition can be bought may be taken in the Ulpfal work et

s Sec'y. Lake .Band. >> and at living prices. Call on it huuld he delivered there with For the great heart of the Nation throb- for $25.00.' Instrument guaranteed. I this society. Anyone wishing to Joha

f West Palm Beach, Fla. Capt, A. T. Rose. outcbaige.-Tirnis-Union and Citizen Ding, answered; "Lord we come.' Address "Violin;. care TSOFICIT. Sew. will be cordially welcoiued.h" .
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