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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: May 4, 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
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System ID: UF00075915:00562
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Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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untu SWIM tr s, r.ae.wti+.x IMVImu WEST PALM BEACH BADE FLORIDA THURSDAY MAY '4 1899.
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-tracts in Dde and the impro en1t Dls Trll:COUNTY Braidentown; Representative JohnH. I
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. PURELY PERSONAL., and outlay being made are making increase LIVELY LOCAL TIDINGS- Harp of Crescent City and Representative HERE AND THERE. t

.---s's in \alne every day. ..' *-? ..-. J. N.Whitner, of Sanford the --... ..i

.,. People u They Come and Go-People Capt. G. W. Herring,.showed THE the Sun's Mea Heard la The A Budget of Interesting, Items. From i joint committee appointed by the Legislature Scraps of News About Tide and fled
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?\. Yea Mty or Ally Not Know SUN ,man a splendid specimen of a Lively Local Whirligig. Regular Correspondents. to visit and report upon the and Different TWafs. a

,r ..._ atlas fish picked up in the Lake Tues- 'I' --5s. canals of the Florida Coast Line Canal --.,. l

if't A .laata. raneaal lisas-Visitors day evening the fish having evidentlybeen 1 Mirror of tUnor Happenings Aecl- Very Car fllUy Compiled Auditor Geo. W. Gibbs and
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f- tin City aad Citizens Ttsltlnf struck and stunned by the pro': dents Coming Events, and a ... Which is of Most Interest to.the J. L. Colee civil engineer for the canal Everybody la Cannel.. Hfk 4?
: ; Oat of tie City. peller of a launch which had passed by Galaxy of Current Gossip. Citiuas of Dade County In PartltuUp. I

... just ahead of the rowboat that picked _I' L. \ "' company, arrived at this place on their "'
t'. up the fish. way to Miami. They were on the launch

Fifteen Boyntonites Snndsyed in this Dan .Holloway-had an, unpleasant. The Lake bridge has, been repairedand DELi!Y....DOINGS.r Ban Grille, commanded by Capl. Geo. A. BOt.-e11one of Lake Worth's best ,
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attractive little town neatly painted. t G. Gleason. They expressed themselvesas known young business mea has parch*

- returned experience last Monday mornillg' that The A. M. church is James: Rickards was in town Monday highly pleased at the fine appearanceof I ed the City Market and will will be ready !l lto
Wm. P. Armstrong Jr., he is not likely.to forget for some,time E. building being I
s from his vacation trip. : He put his month to one of the expansion nicely painted this week: Dr McLeay was in town Tuesday the gardens at this place, and predicted meet and serve his many friends who
l calling the sick. for are patrons of this Institution.
a good crop the growers.They
y and W. G. Corle pipes in the ice factory intending to T. will be in charge of the 1
; J, E Chambers were J. DeBerry Shipment continue large, but returnsare registered at "Tbe Boyntou" for
. from ia the launch bite off some frost, but when he came to ferry business for a few months.Lwentyfive I J. Ingraham.. Land Commissioner
Dtlray yesterday
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" Tberella. withdraw his-mouth he found bis tongue :. .., coming In very slowly. the night..and._ n left'"Saturday morning forJiii E. C. Ry. Co has kindly offered to pay l
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frozen fast. In attimptirg to use his carpenters came in juon- ,.Deputy Sheriff J. H. Barton is attending Miami. \_ ( Gowen, who came 132 toward cost of laying water pipe ia a r.

. W. R. Moses was a passenger tot knife to cut the frost loose between his day to work on the East'Side hotel addition. court at Juno this weak. w'th the part from West Palm Beach, City Park, and furthermore be agrees j 3

aa important business and the severed I Mrs. S. > is spending remained at this place until later in the to the with
Jacksonville on tongue pipe he near'y : J, Lane a few daysat supply park water gratis rAn
trip this wetk. his tongue. The engineer seeing his is Palm Beach with friends. day.
M. E. Gruber disporting himself\ on old gentleman wha>> recently vis '!

Grant W,Fenno one of Delray'i mobt predicament brought the operation of a. brand-new Crescent chainless. wheel, Mrs. W; W., Blackmer, is much improved Registered at "The Br'ynton"-E. J, ited in New York was asked how h :
the factory, to a tandstill until the '99 model. ia health and will be out Ricon Jensen; C. C. Wygant, New {
soon likes
enterprising and progressive young men, i. the looks cf the ladies to whirl :1
young man was extricated, or detached. York; S. J. Slijjb, Pla.; G. W. King. ,
ajpin.T. he replied : "First-rate I went
to
Was ia town Saturday. ; a ,
For one day Dan ass unable to'speak; A. J. Olds postmaster otWaveland, Ojus; I. M. Cox,. Southern ipress : '
M. Rickards of Boca Ratone will society ball and saw one-half of them .
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r Coenty Commissioner.W.,V. Rushing and even now it,is an extremely difficult bas secured a patent' on a folding cot he Company; Ale- McBee Greenville, S. 91
.\ open 'a:! commissary at that place in a and then went down to the seatbore and
i*occupying the Hull cottage, on Ever. matter for him to eat anything. has invented. ______ J few days. C.; L. S. Scrpble Leesburg; T. T. "
the other half.
saw -Western Paper. ;
ala street this summer, -.... t Welch Southern Express Co.; J. C.Lamin \
About hundred are employedon F. L. Tenbrook is a little better but
one men '
Claus of t
Rose Cocoanut
O. S. S., Co ; J. D. Sinclair, Groveoee If'f
Capt J. R. Anthony has beeu laid up "Man On the Corner".. Endorsed. the Royal poinciana addition, and it will bi some time before he will be Jacksonville; Smith D.' Fickett, Jackaonville of Bar Biscavne'a most estimable and W
for several days by ao injury sustainedby ded. able to'lo't arou'd.J. .1 ,
more men are n<< I
Geo. M. Holden men, died last week sad
EDITOR THOPICAL Bus ; Leesburg; jjopulayoung H
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atrainint his back quite severely.
t strongly approve "Man Op The The structure built by the Board of G. Fenno is quite jubilant as he 0. D. Markley, Cirichnati; J. A. Carpenter was buried Sunday, the Knight of a;

Is,somt better today. Corn r'." suggestion as to our board Trade for a cigar factory was moved has shipped'the first Lima beans of the Miami; Senator H. W. Fuller, Pythias, forty in number conducting it i!

Robert Otceola, the well known Semi- fences. For privary in rear enclosures today from Banyan street around to season' 'from this place. Braidentown; Hon. John H. Harp the funeral and burial, service- of t1aetr.J ii Hi

sole brave, WAS IB town, Monday with a wire fence say six or even. seven feet Poinsetta street on the lot next toBrisbone's The- frequent showers of late have Crescent City JAS. L. Colee St. Angus. brother who was an earnestand actiN. > ?

4' biseatirebroodofpickaniuuiesassortedmalt : I high, forming aa arbor for attractive restaurant. given! 'everything. Dew 'start and will tine; Geo. G. Gleason. Eau Gallie;Geo. worker in the Older., .. ..

=. it tad' Ill u bright as new' dollars- : evergreen vine, would be.ornamental' as, Mayor,Whilldia has the foundationsin prolong the shipments to a great extent. 'W. Gibbs St. Augustine; J. W. Whit. The families b H. HappeneU and ..w' .

N Gco.:. !. Maltbj Ud'k wife and. Mrs.War. well MS.'J'M w nomicaL.- *ZL,* \ ": j for .sz. "Jiouse at thc-'corner"of WeJoaTJT a number jrf _callers ,each nor' Sanford; C. S, Gowen San Mateo; A. L.; Hatsgh c jo.-d.day at the j}. ;r
\ KelaoTsUJt: todsyforirtripWeat Here, where we.cagu.have soMnany' Olive-.. and Datura streets' and- hits a-force" week: who come lye the purpose of boob W DT"GambreTTiaijrjoBa P..'Drake, ftefir3ffcf, the first thfeek--at ktetuac i

"" \ .,to Kansas City and other points beautiful flowering'limbers..all the ft'ar of men under Architect T. D. ..Brow, jug over our groves and pines, and giveus H polnxo; Mrs. 'A. M. Gardner; R. W. they tried'to* but they never got farther

:? .....They will probably be absent month through it seems a pity we. did not enlarging the Massey cottage sitnatde a good wordy .Some of them say we Gardner, Chicago; R. S Green, 'Oncinnati than the honse,boat and there enjoyed j i; :

or more. think of_ this .important matter before. next to that corner. have the best pines,along the line/while __ :,C. G. Terry,__North. Carolina_ _. ._; their picnic dinner watching the roll of { t
Attractive highways are an ever living others think the trees are excellent and T. W, Uoucuer, New York; i.. I. Unit the surf and high seas that made Bearer i_
Oliver P. Bingham is moving ,his the public'eye. and( add Capt.A. T. Rose is having Taxidermist back Jensen. i
pleasure to, .promise to be in time to get some access to the Inlet impossible.
fancy pines from the island over to the much to the beauty of a town. Heim mount the little fawn which -- ': ,
ever an of this valuable land, which is limited
mainland onto the Bingham & Judson Let us gradually. away with the board he purchased from Robert Osceola a few in amount: but delays are dangerous. Seminole Tent No. a, K. 0. T. M. The regular Epworth League prayer- i \

pinery. The tract where he pines have fences and embrace our grand oppor weeks ago. The Captain says hit little meeting will be held as usual Sunday !'"
S. S. Linton is the sick list but is
ben will be set out lo oranges and Unity for beautify ing our premises withv pet refused to thrive on strawberries on Monday night was the occasion of the afternoon at 3 o'clock. The subject .-

grape fruit. ne-clad enclosures.I and cream and such delicacies. improving and able to be around.MAXCOX1A institution ofa Tent of the Order of will be "Patient Continuance la Well ; :
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to make in this direction --mss* -- Knights of the Maccabees inVest Palm Doing," Romans. M i. Rsymoad ;
Mrs Gruber and Miss Gruber mother propose Tbe a move"Man On TheCorner" The ballot boxes were started out last K 1IUTTERISGS. Beach. The institution was held in the Branning will lead the meeting. Thprogram i :
and sifter of M. E. leave tomorrow very soon but mistakes found i
Gruber Friday were to have \
will be informal
"pointer." i Castle Hall of Knights of Pythis, the an one, and
for Titnsville has given us a good been made and recalled Raining spells but doing no
(Friday) morning Yours they were and frequent cenmonies beginning shortly after nine the public is cordially invited to come

where they will ,visit until next weeek sent out again today to the respective harm. o'clock ,out aud.assist in the exercises.. 'I
WIUION WHIrWIN.e
before continuing their journey to.their __ precincts so as to be ready for the County- Capt. C. E. Merchant's new additionis Officers of Boynton Tent No. I, assisted -- ;
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South Carolina home after quite a visit Seat election of next Wednesday. looming up in good.shape. by Supreme Record keeper N. S. An exchange says ; A young man i g

here at Mr, Gruber's home. Public School. '-Picnic. Rev. J. R. Walker and Miss Annis Boynton and several other Knights of who bad been converted at a North I 1
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Mrs: E. IX Rtlsgi, of Palm Beacb, Editor TROPICAL Sun: Never before have roses been so successfully Glenn were in this vicinity the latter Boynton Tent No. i comprised the instituting McthodilicampmCtling declared' tlaat' tall

learn Saturday for a week's visit with On last Friday the West Palm Beach grown on Lake Worth as this part of last week. team, fifteen in all, as follows :, pride and self-conceit had been taken I
On the hotel Mr. Fremd
relatives in Ocala when she will be Public School, together with the Congregational year.has had them by grounds the load this %'D obue. the West Palm Beach Wilber Forney, C. E. Chase J. A. McLeay out of his heart. To proove it he said h* i '

joined a week later at Jacksonville by Sunday Scho and Miss Vests' season___ and__ has_. been_ __ liberal_____wagon__ as__ ever_ __ with photographer, was soliciting customers ,-Adolph. -- Freedland, C. W.- ..Pierce. woul lei _go_ _down 1.1 among___the__ audience L_ and I
Un n nnn tired As
Mr. Russel). Muter Eddie Mrs. Bally Willson's kindergarten class spent a them when needed for special occasion in this neighborhood last week. ]. F Berk, N. S. Boynton, Melville For an unt fro' woman. ne wet n
and Mr. Brown from which point Elmer Forney Oliver Warringer down the isle the old colored woman
most noisy and frolicsome and delightful ney ,
Frank of
they will return together for the summer day of it picnicing at the Beach. Allot As will .be seen in their professional here last Cartwright.Monday looking Little at his River former was Wm,Chase, Wm. B. Scott, A. W. Jackson rose to her feet and said : "Look a hear, 4'bradder i;

BloaAurgh. Pa. and Anthony B. McNiece. After the you may not have no pride i
at of
the children and some the grown-ups, card on the fourth of this
page paper home and wishing he was back: again.
but I has; you can't Hob&onize me fob ;
too just ate and and played and Col.Frank W.Pope of Jacksonville has short form initiatory service formal organization -
by a sang
J. W. McCrillis accompanied
Warren Dick has severed his connect- all lese white folks I"Respectfully I
of the Tent effectedby
dipped and hurrahed their hearts' content associated with him in GOT. new was
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of friends the Messrs Wm. Til- partnership .
couple: iton with Gale & Co. and gone to Boynton ..-i!
bane and I.P Ttlbane all of Providence all day long returning home about don R.. Broome nephew of Hon J. D. to assist in handling the tomato the election of Past Commander II ---- ,

R. L were visitors to the Lake this week. sunset tired enough and to rpare 'yet Broome the recent'deceased Jndge of there. crop b. Miller, Commander M. E. Grnb.-r Referred. ; :

Mr. McCrillis was here looking after happy and sunburnt and, most of them the Seventh Circuit. Mr. Broome was and Lieut.-Commander, Geo. S. Rowley. -- '
interests and his "wet as drowned rats." admttted to the bar in this County and The Phoenix and Pinta of Mangonia The election of all other officers was de- The man who never has an opinion '
Important property and the Lake \Vorth of Lake Wortb fered until next Wednesday night, the and asserts it never makes enemies 1
friends were sight seeing and enjoying A good day for all, especially the children has had a snccessTn? practice ever since. ,
Honda's delightful spring weather. and always happily remembered. The new firm will have their office in St. were on the Juno, West Palm Beach run date of the next review. He is as a 'rotten log floating on a i

OnsBavEap. Augustine where Mr. Broome the junior this week carrying passengers to and Following the closing ceremonies wasa stream, and drifts with the current. .

Opt. Antoine Paul United States' ---- .. member of the firm will reside and have from court at Juno. spread of refreshments supplied by The man who has an opinion will meet ;

pedal agent .of the Land Department, Senator Mallory All Right. charge. & A lively party of Boynton people acre organizer Geo S. Adams to whose efforts with opposition in Ole clashing of 1

headquarters at Gaiasville Fla was on --e. weather, bound here Sunday on their 'is due the institution of the Tent thought. But in the absence of ability {:

the Lake a few days this week. Saturday Senator Mallory arrived at Apalachicola Good Enough... For nee way to the Inlet but they made the best : at this time. There were twentY-
he will represent the Government on Monday and on Tuesday in Written for Tns.Tao Srv of it, which best was not very bad all initiaties who received the degree Monday resort to abus. or ridicule. It is their !

in the cue before U. S. Commissioner company with prominent citizens person. things considered. ni,{ht, starting the Tent off with a I only available weapons. The intelligentman "

t J:B. Reilj wherein a rehearing:! will be all y inspected' the, channel tiroject. Talk about your.-nice._--retreats- --...-- rood working number. Success to it. I uses his kno\ledlC ein argument : 1 "! .I
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hid ia the homestead case of E. H. Dim On Tnesiay night the senator delivered Amid the SOUth* s balmy sweets and to all kindred organizations having tbe man who has neither knowledge: or t t

kk. Attorney W. I. Metcalf will represent 'an address at the armory. The And bonny moons together; BOYNTOS BREEZES. I I such noble purposes in view. intelligence falls back upon hit power

Dimick in this With wildly-, tt red fruits and flowers of invective vituperation.. It is
Mr. cue. senator is energetically working to ascertain On Saturday next Major Boynton I. e. a I
And birds. singing free.
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the of the needs Florida aong f poorly equipped armor that has no
nature Ah! just to loll at West Palm Beach- wilt leave for his home in the North I A Qoood Idea.
Geo. ) Hinckley, of: Savannah, is so that he may be the better prepared to That's good enough fur me. I where he will remain until next Fall. other weapon.-PaUtka Advertiser. I

again' on hit way: to his place for near NewRiver I use his influence in the senate in behalfof Let poets dream of lake Genevas Mrs Boynton Geo. H. Boynton and The Cocoa an-1 Rockledge-: News waets -- -.- I II

stopping over in town a day.I the promotion and advatcement of And other lovely plac:60And Mr. and'Mrs. J. D Patterson will remain a bicycle path constructed by the peopleof Notice. !

I enroute. Mr..Hinckley"is in very poor the state's interests. Floaida bas never dress them up like fairy tales at this place and keep "The Boynton"open the various towns, from ..- I
Jacksonville
health and is going down there in the In bright,romatic reacts.Go .
that be will,:-e benefitted as much hud a more faithful, energetic or cat able seek who may for other lakes until about May asih when the to Miami, now that a law has beeu Having sliM my interest in the City

hopes Mhewaa by his last. visit there. Mr. senator than Mr.Mallory! -Louisville. And Edens by the ses. hotel will, be closed and they will alto passed to protect such paths. Tbe News Market to Mr. A. B. Otwell desire to i

has thirty of his eighty! acres Sun. g.. But fair Iake Worth and West Palm Beach return to Port Huron, Mich., to join also says : It would be of great advantage thank my many customers for their lib
Hinckley Are good enough for me.
Major eial patrollugsince I have been
Boynton.For and'cause tourists to remain among
under cultivation and has one of the Tell Us The News.
Good folk you'll find in latitudes them and hope they will continue to
attractive in South Florida. --.-- several days last we'k a strong longer in Florida during the winter
most, places Some different from our own, I
,We want, the news. If your wife For. good And evil Ktlll appear north east,wind held forth over this I season, if the several counties along'the give their trade to my SUCcrcSOf.u .: .. .
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P J. West of Mode'lo, was up from whiptyoulat us know it, and we will The fruits of every zone: section, and as a result the water in east Cast would combind in constructing Very respectfully, 1

his Tiger Tail hammock Plantation yes pot you right before the world., If you But for honest big-souled lads Lake Worth and the Canal rose_9 to a a path for bicyclists from Jacksonvilleto ...J. P..Metazr.y. ., I
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terday accompanied by his brother-in- have company tell ns, if you are not And lassies fair to see, height which it had never before attained. Miami, though it be but a foot wide.
turn me loose at West Palm BeachThey're A splendid violin, fifteen ia
law A. W. Bede cashier of the FrankHn ashamed of your visitor. If you have a Just for It covered the docks at the I This would be a great .:'rawing card for years use
good ehough me. iu first-Class condition can le bought
County Bank of Hampton la., who party or gathering of any kind bring ferry landing at this pace and in several Florida when andertised through the
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about this West Palm Beach 125.00. Instrument guaranteed
Is Interested with Mr.\V\st in his investment around the cake seven or eight pies anda Tell It makes you a fellow sigh. : places along Spanish River (which North, and cause many people to come Address "Violin"' care Taor-icir. Sex. i

C ill Dade. Mr. West has just finished ham-not necessarily to eat, but as an And want to life right on and on also rose,, the banks were not high' to the State to spend winter, who otherwise .
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setting out five hundred fiue evidence of your friendship and appre- And never want to die, enough to keep the water out and as a would never have even thought

/rout trees on* their place which ciations. You needn't mind about inviting And when the preacher tells about consequence were flooded. Happily; of such a thing. We venture to say that 'Boat building done nght at home, ia tIle

f has fifteen acres under irrigation ns, as it may be too cold for our II Your Them heart"golden replies streets"'Old to West be. Prim BeachI but little damage wa done, however for every dollar spent on such a path most approved manner, good work ,

f .birty acres of choice hummock wardrobe. We want the newsthat'salLExchange good enough for me." and the waters have gone down. two would come into the State that manship and at living prices. Call on a

h This laoce of the most desirable I I I JAi.BARKIS. On Friday last Senator H. W, Fullerof would not have done so." Capt, A. T. RoseJ. ,

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; : CARE OF THE TEETH WOMAN LEGISLATOR. THE BOYNTONl I IA

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31 ny..>>-JIat.A mOlt 8ar* *. B".U:,It'TheyAM INCIDENTS IN THE'CAREER qFMMRS pluuat and coeveateal. betel Jut I

Not Attended.t*. .' SPEAKER" LEE OP COLORADO; built and newly fanabhtd.the .- Voted .a > t

One who has bad teeth Is almost fades Your ocean beech ia the tows of Bojrates.

sure to suffer from indigestion. Why Her Amt )le QiaUUri and GnU Popular StationerySuit foot of Lake Worth, twelve wfiw JIM1J ,

Well in the first place without good ity with H.r School! C.mpaai.u-urlabl! or Pm! Reach. CM be refc4 by F. :

____ teeth one cannot,masticate her food and Wttiy BaylB That Had Her th B. C. R. L Of by !hunch aaUgr

properly, and without sufficient masti- Lift af Her CUw-An Kumpltry.,Maihcr. You ?: .' I earner
,A'N.auUfa ..CI tam.. cation the food will not be readily digested a A quiet place with pleasant aarrtntd'e

A'pfnresse effect I. suggtstedbythis in the stomach, and un attackof Since "the Woman Legislator" of logs for parties who wish! to remafi far

dOM tlinglng tuulc and seam. indigestion Is the inevitable result. Colorado boa occupied .so, wlmlrablj a period enjoy the healthful cSsut

lees belted Ohtell & '8111 In8mlon and em- digestive process really begins In the from an audience that included bnrlv-burlr of large, faohio&ab bsteU.

brohleryd.nratloes clown ll*, entlre mouth; that is, during mastication the spectators in every State, lu has become really seat man is about No fonnafitT, no Uiflneu evetytiieg
to particular as
front: the "n "n-klrl U tfaln and food becomes mxed with saliva, intensely interesting to heihoolmates pleasant and sociable. ;
,d-ml-tralnc.1. which contains ferment .. -who were, and all re Good Urge pleasant room u4
the tunic very twig and i a dlgesth the quality and of his Stationery.And r
deepll pointed the Jngeniott in differ that acts upon certain kinds of food. main, her friends. appearance homelike table service eta be obtained

When this substam e is not supplied in Fannie Brandt Lee was in those in truth, it does proclaim his bus for$2.eoper day and upward Specialrates
sufficient quantity an additional bur. school days Fannie Brandt. Her'rise very by the IIJ<.tIIUI.

den Is thrown upon the stomach and to such an eminence. in politics has Incas Call or address for farther particular,
a neat and salt of
as fitting stylish
intestinal digestive apparatus, anti the surprised us; not because there was THE BOY 'roN: Boston, Fta. .
result an attack of dl pepillL any idea among us that she was not clothes proclaims the
In the second pl&ce teeth with' cavi-- capable of great"things, but becausewe man.- .

ties are liable to retain particles of did not imagine that her abilities

food. These decompose and at the would lead her in that direction. In -
!. W. 1DNBR
V next meal time bejome dislodged and her school days she gave no promise of It will, if it'is G.

1 enter the stomach with food. Once in budding into "Mrs. Speaker," simply

the stomach the decomposition goeson because she did not then dkcuss political furnished by t
\ you & SE>N.
; apace, and in A short lime such Issues. She was always an excellent .. .

v symptoms as belcaing of gas, acid parliamentarian.She ;

eructation, a 8P1\/e of weight and .was always very bright and was
\L burning in the stonach and vomitingof the wit of her class: and her wit was the right kind of a house, present ft nice appearance Jewelers and Opticians

partially digested food. appear Peasant Her girlhood ambitions were ;
These symptoms are nil indicative ot for intellectual and educational equip and make a.good Impression, which '; i E

one thIng-ft'rmeiltative dyspepsia. went that.would enable her to attain Watches Clocks, Jewelry :

Those who suffer from this form of prominence, and to support" v herself would not be the cas'e if you used shoddy Musical Good., String, eta ; '
ailment will do w>U to observe the after leaving school The ;"In
following directions Have your teeth deed was necessary, for her father's paper that'was poorly printed. '

carefully examine. and, if cavities family was large and he was not in Slatloiiary Ink link his ;
tin exist have them tided at one; always affluent circumstances. Now while speaking of houses that aw ,

brush the teeth carefully before and She graduated June 13th in the .s
1
l
I after each meal class of '84; the first; class to graduate aright," we must not fail to'mentionTropical NEWS .

) II from the West Denver High 'School. DAILY PAPERS. 1
1 1t -
I .
ram.u, Rfnrm There were only six members. The

The smallest we.llng ring was thai class "Chronicles and Prophecies by :
Francis S. Brandt were very witty Fine Watch 1 eielry RepaWI!
used at the marriage of May, daughter The
written In Biblical language and diction :
of Henry VIII. to the Dauphin of ,
,
,and especially interesting to those IS ALL BBUKCHE
France son of Funds I. The Dauphin
mentioned but the prophecies failed
t rid ; i, f as a was matter born of Fel sUte- nary policy 28. ,1518 and and to to foretell ;her own political honors and Sell!1011! Bite., Was! Fife End.

bring about a union with England, he successes. J

was married, according to the customof l. -

the time, when 8 months old, to Subscribe for THE SUNClematis

: -14 the Princess, who was two years old.

She wore a cap or black velvet covered R

with Jewels, and a dress of cloth C! ." .. .
of gold.. Cardinal Wolsey landed the -
Avenue
t A PRINCES1P 1I.tent : ring and performed the mass. Ull

widths Introduced giving! grout The beautiful Mills Gunning, accordIng -

cachet to this handsome overdrew; to Horace Walnole, was married to I Supply Store-::
striped and Jiowereil taffeta satin foil the Duke of Hamilton with a curtain .

lard fancy nlbatrois. summer silks In ring, his grace being hasty, :n Mayfair 1 1DIES. ? Which enjoys a well merited reputation for
various style and colorings grenadineand Chapel and at 1230 at night. In Ire- ::-Went Palm ttuh. FlttUa.

silk ranva fan ill be used In landamong the impoverished peasants N furnishing high-grade work. THE SUN has J. D. MAIMS Picpmior.SMCOMTU
copying thla model with equally stylish hired wedding rings are often used.
results. In the Greek ceemony the priest y the best equipped Job Office along the East ( Bran M fa"" ........,Ce)

gives a silver-ring to the bride and. a l ,Mr Uottognici hIM sad SKIU rreou
1ID.tI. .....1.. gold one to the gr om. ( Coast, and is better prepared now than ever
A leading prima donna wear lo one Numerous persons claim to possess i Bakery Goods and

role a beautiful panire of diamonds, the fatal ring given by Elizabeth to 7 before to meet all the requirements the
and she horrified another riiger In the the Earl of Essex-the one which the Family Groceries

company by telling her that they were Countess of Nottingham cruelly with- ) trade in that line.

French Imitation that bad not rout held-while he lay under the sentence g .....My Specialty.

one-fifth what they seemed to have of death. It IB said that in 15G4, when Goods delivered free to any put

cot The other woman wn iltKtreiwedbeatm and Mary Stuart married Daruley, her 5 I High-grade Work of the City or*cros*the Like. 'i
of her wore real .
all this In
royal cousin sent her very ring
the thought of the money Invented In token of her highest regardregardwhIch LEE AS SHE APPEARED WHEN 111 Ortirs Dim Pnaft itt Uti.

them waa too much for her. Imlta history proved worthless. The SHE WAS GBADT7ATEU Is the kind THE SUN does, Goods Fint-Cliss and Fresh. Highest s

ton Jewel barn dan to U ao finely ring exhibited as that of Lady Francis About two years before she left prices paid for country produce. i ,

made that detection I* almost_wear Impo they Deverenx daughter of Essex appears school the "Brandt twins" arrived to \ Bay of RIa..41 wOl.av*,. ....*,. 54..y i;
for ordinary
iiblft Even I the most authentic. It,was made fora be sisters to her. From that day on, 2 and the only kind. We have found through
accounted beautiful, ami it only
are and .
lady's finger subseqmntly en- no matter what happened that was
the knowledge of 'their falsity which larged, with a portrait of the QueenIn unaccountable, or whit went wrong an experience extending over i. number of,
For ordinary Z ,
mike them unpopular. every .. RIC.VltJ.1 F*
.rdonYLLady at'school or with her-If she was late.. 1 u a + .

jb- nnrnooe-" (the. are The a*but,.t\4>Jewel fnl as Rcroope dropped a sapphire failed in her lessons or, forgot anything years that it pays to. do this, for when you 3a A '
piece*
o
ring from the palace window to announce -she always gave "Th Twins"as -

t* be Imitated with wonderful to IIUC't'l'ltlt be the death of Elizabeth; her the cause, and they became a by once get a customer he will stick,''knowing H0SPITHL.General I
a. rubles. and they happen brother hastened with the greatest word. Her schoolmates, following .

fashionable which stone has Just DOW.these.The Imitation man speed to deliver it to the Scotch Prince. her example the mischiefs, mishapsand that what is done for him will be done RIGHT,

_ nfictory I r-itnated\ in Rings as tokens or pledges for loans burdens of the whole school were
market *
rubles on the made for Henrietta white the four little shoulder of the Repair Work.
and it has already been said were Queen laid on and in a manner that will be. both pleasing
London will In Holland trying to raise money and "Brandt Twins." Enamelling a Specialty.
of real ruble
the
there that price of the troops for her Ill-starred husband."II. Everybody liked her and enjoyed her and attractive.
In
'certainly faU consequence wonderful fmlta M. R." was done in filigree upon sunny nature and disposition. Her .
dltu-overy. of these them and covered with a crystal family depended her advice for
lion*. The profit of the company upon Hgi6rteWtos! For Slit Id T. tat.'
These were to have been redeemed by i almost everything; and she was counselor -
Raid to be $1$),
rubies
making the are favors if the royal cause prospered. A for all her schoolmates A wise And that's the ..
8r"111 o mannfciirturwl. -
tab) .1 year. Sapphire topaz set in silver with diamond and one, too. Her husband says now that I
: but they are not considered rubies was given as pledge to the Pen- the family continues to com- to her COnPLETE LINE OF SUNDRIES.
Artificial
the other mcnes.
jIO jraecesKfnl as derell brothers for saving Charles II for advice before making a p rcUase I

rubles weighing forty rarnt in the oak tree after the battle of of anything, whether a dress or a Cheapest after all.Even
but are not. a* there
can be produced sale for stone of that Worcester, and a yearly pension of house and lot GEO. S. ADAMS
would be no has said that tb'rf'It COO) was conferred on the family for She was quick and witty In repartee,
size. An authority
whtch ever.-Harper's Bazar. but never vicious or caustic rxorxisroK.
known to him by
no way A of took lunch
girls dayat
party one
told from the though be able send else.
these stone can be genulne you might to WEST PALM BEACH.
altbo.Hrh made An Evening Dr.a Sleeve.The a restaurant where the style wasirreat
The atones
In England one: and In some instances t'ntbJ' illustration shows a charming the fare poor and the prices where for your Stationery and save possibly ,
weU knowa jewelers are sold only design for an evening dress sleeve, or I high. "All that you get for your money
here Is niggers and napkin," one of Set Your Job Work
its substitute rather Seijd The ;
CD the Continent. There are several compact gar. a few cents on an order amounting to several
the "I
manufacturing them, although party quoted. don't Uk/y watered .
companies J "
the best are the product of one I milk she added. Wnt'n'ey dollars, remember that,time is ,consumed and
stopped at the cashier's desk to pay
firm. A London Jeweler questioned a* I for this lunch the obsequl.us funs West E.11.Drr ,
to the possible results of these good tionary inquired if they were well delays occasioned in doing so, and that if Proprietor
imitations said that the i
and cheap served, and Fannie answered .
I :
tones impossible to imitate might become mistakes should occur, you will have more of Palm
"The oranges were too dry and the
the most valuable and the most
milk too wet"As
fashionable eventually. I less trouble in getting them reciifie
they reached the sidewalk a boy Beach

t Abonl the CompUilo.. darted around the corner and right
among them giving a terrific boyish
Nest to the bath, dally friction Is Drug
,
yell that startled every ona of them.
in maintaining The Sun Guarantees
the most powerful auxiliary One of the girls said to him:
the skin in a healthy condi "Ton little beast! What do you Store.and 1.
who learns where the .
tion. A woman "
scream like that for? Frighteningfolks
muscle of the skin are located and out of their wits!" ... Satisfaction

will dally practice kneading and rubbing A JAIttr'1 "Let him alone, isn't this a holler Royal PoInciana Ptey
these muscles will find a wonderful ,
day for him as well as It is for usr
*
improvement not only in the texture \ said Fannie.When .
of the skin, but in the contour of discussing arrangenunts for a and is right here at home where it stands .

the face if, she persists,and keeps up -DEllEb u-
contemplated party there was a divergence all times and under all circumstancesto ,
the practice The Easterner are noted of opinion as to which'room I' ready at


diseases for and their arising cutaneous fine from smooth difficulties defective akin circulation are and always should, and be devoted Fannie was to rcfreshinent asked: purposes fulfill its contracts to the letter. It you Drugs, Toilet Articles

"Which do think the best
yon room
them at- not satisfied with work have
unknown to They for supper?" are you may ?,
tribute this desirable condition to their Fine Stationery and
"Mushroom! she answered
general practice I of massage both of It.ft ........I ._ gotten elsewhere and wish a change in the
DUE was uuariieu 10 I'rank Lee II *
the face and the entire body. EVENING DRESS SLEEVE.' January 1885,early one freezing mornIng of I .
or grade Stationery
style your ,
A Cap Roars land of blossoms- and foliage encircles : ; and as it was a very Impromptu : I Druggist Sundries.

A cupboard, to be more specific, the upper arm, and below this Is a affair they walked from the churchto
cross trimming which may be of velvet his borne. Through some nnfor PresrriptionsCareiulIy
which to is
board hang cups- Compounded
a upon
conceit for a dining-room.'It Bilk or satin, caught in the centreon seen circumstance, no one was yet Send in a trial order East
a pretty Coat Business
made being board the outside of the arm with a costly out of bed there; so the bridal couple Solicited.
simply '
,
a
atalned Is easily and varnished into which Jeweled slide. or buckle.P..7' had cook to their go.In own and wl'dding.light the breakfastShe tires and for anything you may need WEST PALM UEACH.: 6-10.WL

driven. There
teas cup screws are Temprran could cook well too, ail she did .
may be shelves above, ornamental
desired to place the saucers upon Louis Wain,'the famous rat painter, everything well
as "I Invented the office room-Letter Heads
a cake yesterday and in or counting ,
or these too, may be placed on the professes to believe that a cat: owned Whidden's
baked it
last MarketIs
night: now I Dave to invent
is the mirror of Its mIs-
woman
by
board taC"b'suPported by two screws a
It ibelves are used, screws may be tress's temperament He say that It a way to eat it or it will be wasted 1 Note Heads, Statements: Tags,. Envelopes, F

underneath side of them a cat that has been constantly with Its she once remarked in U t chemistry -
driven in the Counter
class. Cards, Bill Heads, Bills of Lading, Prepared to Supplyyou
and odd cups, cream pitcher and tiny mistress is suddenly removed from her The Lees
have
from them with society the creature will how the now a nice home of with m*
pretty teapots result bung But to keep the entire very characteristics madam has displayed their own and six children, to whom Pads, Circulars, Dodgers, Hand Bills, Pam .ty'
she is
shelve for one' collectionof If she has been snappish, pussy wi an exemplary mother. They do
board cups and and saucers U far more original scratch: if she has been sulky pussy not Her suffer natural because she is in politics. phlets, or in fact anything that you may want Good Meats at Ibing Prim.

and effective.In will sulk. too. If this were ally true, ability and aptitude. \
combined with her husband'x political in the line of PRINTING-
it would pay a prosective husband to Fresh Pork
the grand spring dean.ug. when steal the cat of his lady love before aspirations and experience, have con. ;
spired to place her in her !
Beef
nail and screw refuse to fasten se- taking the fatal matrimonial step. As present po. > ,
rarely In the plaster, and life looks the cat Is about the most iaJependen sition. Undoubtedly: it was her marriage j "

dart and dread by reason of their ob- creature alive, one can't help being that led to development of he And we will Poultry

rtlnacr,;look up and try this simple skeptical of Mr. Wain's theory. abilities leader.as a parliamentarian Mr. Lee and apolitical Eggs.
was always
.
remedy given by a professional picture i
an alert political agitator and ;
her
Enlarge the bole made High heels are announced from Lon natural
banger.) : force abilit'ss! and aptitude com please =sure. Native Meats k
by the screw rays this genius ano don. According to the report they are blned to elevate her you a specialty !
thoroughly mototen the edges J of the in demand for "ladles moving In the tthata'tveprom
plaster with water. Then fill the .pact biggest circles of society. As the Inence available that made her the conspicuously Your Patronage Solicited !
one for the
with plaster of pals and press fix heels are from SVi to 6 inches In height Speaker's'chair f
to which
she was called! in th Market
screw ia the soft piaster. When it there can be no question as tc the elevated Colorado House of Representatives. on Hanyan Utrwt t

harden the screw will be fmmd to 11Iem. position of >tbose who wears I .SILVIA L MOOR 11-12 WEST PALM BEACH.

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SOME HINTS ON GOLF.
BASPALLEIELD '
: FURNITURE.
: : ,
;l..tary'Bale Ur u..QoUaac ., She SPICY '.
HUSTLING. MANAGER. : Falloweri the.Gam, Household Sewing Hamiues
<" The Beat,Maiblne: Made Light KQBBlng a.4Nolaeteaa +
The like-
of today not <
golfing tyro
L ...Baa18a Rw Wi11IMl.t tk.Itroskl.1 ly to suffer from any dearth of Instructors :, ; e

I F- a.YWer, or.huo.. .. His difficulty Is rather liable : :
Sole Agent for the famous Wall Trunk. Mattresses .
With unabated enthusiasm the to lie in the selection of his counselors BRIGHT .
and . : '.. made to orutr. A Com.t -
fans" of New York and Brooklyn are where they are so many "" ." : ..., .
lu
: > Hue of
i
.. busily conjecting who will be the their wisdom sometimes' so various. .... ..'
players selected ,by Ned Uanlon to This divergence however Is rather KTJ-RNIXTJ-R.E:

represent Brooklyn In the race for the more apparent than reaL ; of all de.erlptiona at Roc Bottom Trice,talk
baseball this There is to be deprecated a certain
penant year. Wholesale and Retail Kaby Carriage from $8op
This team will be of exceptional way, much In vogue of testlag the instructions to 120. Go Cam Refrigerator. ,Ice Chcau.WV ,
f strength on the whole, but is capable of various counsellors. This SPARKLINGw Etc.
-
of; improvement In the catching department way consists In taking a certain pieceof --
advice the advice to grip tightly -
say
Catchers Clarke and Robinson hare
-
a consignment of Oak Diner and '
with the left hand and loosely with
would greatly augment the Reed Rocker that will be sold tery 10.f..
Brooklyn aggregation, and may possibly the'r.ght.-and asking some noted player handle the Famous Cleveland and Rambler F 3
be added to the present selections.But whether this is actualy his own These the expressionswhich BICYL"IES. ,
are t
Robinson'has no desire to leave practice. Very likely he will say "No, .
Baltimore, where fcc has a half-inter and the tyro forthwith deems his Eepectal attention given to our Wall Orders. \
est in a thriving thirst; assuaging emporium teacher discredited. But it does not can be heard on all We Garantee Satisfaction both la good and f
; while Clarke's poor batting follow, even though the noted profes- Ticca. Call on as,or Bend In your order*o
y ability causes Ilan'.on to hesitate before sional may grip equally tight: with ad Laura
St.
,; .bring him ,North. both hands (though in point of fact sides concerning the news 15 17 ,JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ONLY 13.00

x T\betbCT .Joe Corbett, brother - "Pompadour Jim," will be seen in the make a practice of the equal grip, his .
role of pitcher this year, however Is. counsel to the tyro may not be on the columns of .
lines of his own practice, for he will -
1: not settled ban, means. The, star -
have learned golf as a boy. 1875.
,
a To' have any right understanding of
the essentials of the swing, it is neces- William
, A. Bours & Co.
:r w sary to begin with certain principle, ,
and the first of these is that you must '

IT* keep yon the reasonably club head can traveling in the directionin as longas THEiTROPICAL Grain; Garden SeedsEstablished and FertilizeNo.

which yon wish the ball to go. .
The distance you should stand from s
6 EAST BAY
4T the ball will naturally be more or less STERETa.- JACKSOMYIUK. Fix
: determined by the length of the club.It -
is best to square the left elbow a little -
We handle only the Best and moat Reliable Seed .
A eoapfeM stuck.f
and let the Tight elbow lie fairly
.
close to the body. Throughout the Corn .
Hay Oats Flour
Bran Wheat Grits
swing the club bend should be kept at ,

as great a distance from the body of Meal Cotton
\SJ \ : the player allow. as his arms will comfortably I Seed Meal, Both Bright and Dark. '

ii ;
-AT WHOLESALEState
Imagine the direction In which yon -

wish the ball. to go, and draw an imaginary Agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co. /
line from the ball at right
angles to that direction toward your Star Brand Fertilizers-Guaranteed imjii] 0..18 u. sad t'eg IaW. Ffl1iYtwr. Porgy
self. This fixes the position of the ball &llbe.ground bUll Bone,Snrate Sofa.Muriate tit t'uts.h,..wplla" Ntua. ............. Tb..e Fer.
no tSnperior 1D the Market.and a trial I'W eva'I..
relatively to your left foot which SU17. Send i for Catalogue.Free-- W)1*
should point, if anything, a little out- a
ward. In driving the majority of fine s .' .
players stand with the right foot a little
'
'" /i advanced. For the man who is POPE & McLAURIN JACkSONyru EuL FLORIDA. '
9. I past his first youth when he takes up

.ED. HANLONMANAGER. rolf It will be found that this position .. -
enables him most easily to let his right
twirler did not appear last year owing shoulder come down and follow on the The OLDEST and, BEST Fruits and Produce
to.an alleged grievance against Han- stroke. The shoulders should work as ,
Ion, and has more than once declared
If they were two spokes of a wheel of
that,his.puzzling curves,would shoot which the backbone was the axle. newspaper published in the Commission Merchants
across the plate no more. Corbett is For though the shoulders go round,in ,
a great. pitcher, and if Hanlon can this way the backbone between them Fancy Grades of BUTTER
possibly induce him to occupy the box should hardly change Its position at County. Each week they AND OHEE5E. .
,
for Brooklyn this year he will be seen all We Solicit Your Busineia.
with the new combination. ,Hanlon.lseonftdent The next and final hint is as to its .
: that he will succeed in convincing pace. The up swing must be a slower contain We onlylO1ldt the businesa oiMerehanta and Will Not au order (roc CoptearMa kJ s
Corbett of the error of his swing than the down swing; this is :. should buy from their hume dealers. ........
ways before the Mason begins. and the essence.of the whole. But becauseit
will exert every means in his power to must be relatively slower, it does
4o so not follow that it need be slow. There .
y Even without Corbett Brooklyn is must be a relation a harmony, be- '- LITTLE
particularly strong in the pitching tween the two, so that all,may seem All the News BROSFERTILIZER ,
line which is all the more important part of one whole."Don't .
U the twirlers will have great support press" is another'maxim..of
by a superb_collections of outfielders. the essential wisdom of the sages, and and PHOSPHATE COMPANY

this, too, has often been roughly interpreted
X.w B.le.u Add Life to llMeball.f .. to mean that you are not.to
that IS News Jacksonville
all the changes in the baseball bit bard, not to swing quick; you are fIi Florida.
rotes submitted to President Young by to swing. quickly upon the ball;, the
'* the. committee appointed to reviSIt proper sense of this maxim Is that you

them,are adopted, the patrons of the are.not,to hit with greater force not .... If you are requiring Fertilizers for VrgrlaMt*
sport.will see In future a much livelier to swing with greater speed than you ." ...
pun than they have in several years can control Pineapples, etc., write to us and we can give you
past The Committee on Revision consists Of the brassey it enough to I say
of.J. A. Bart.Chairman; A. J. that the tyro.will do well if he can use not only from West Palm more value for your money than any other Man: ,

Reach and Ned Hanlon, all three off it in tie manner suggested for the ufacturer or dealer in this State or from
whom appreciate that the game; to driving stroke and similarly In all full aLl
! appeal to the public.mnst be less technical Shots played with all clubs.In I Beach and immediate vicinity other State. Write for pamphlet, prices, tic., ,
, than it has been. putting, even more than In any
; To encourage base running, one of I other part of the game the veriest to above address. M2-81
but from all of
'; the best features of the gamesome I tyro may please himself as to his position points

radical alterations In the existing code and mode of striking. _._ __ ,
have been suggested. It is proposedthat Horace Hutchinson. -- ------ --
note on the Lake and along
a balk'consist of any motion of F
the pitcher to deliver the ball, to the Mai-tla Mullen I* (:Champion.
bat or to a base without delivering it; Martin Mullen of Cleveland, won the the railroad thus making Chas. N. Welshans
throwing ball to a base to catch the amateur blllard tournament defeating I. ,
base runner without stepping towardthe Wilson P. Foss of Haverstraw, N. Y.,
base immediately before' deliver and Wayman C. McCreery, of St it easily -STATE AGENT FOR-
ing; sending the ball across the plate Louis. McCreery, who finished third, ,
while his pivot foot Is not on the pitch has the best grand average, the record
er's plate; making a motion to pitch average and the highest run of the I
while- In- position when not in posses- tournament His friends believe his Longman & Martinez Paints '
lion of the ball and pitching the ball'to showing for the week was the best of .
.. the bat when the catcher is not any and declare he is entitled to a .
within the catcher's lines. Besides 'match with Mnlllen.
these pitcher's restrictions, the umpire McCreery has challenged the Cleve- The Leading Family Newspaperof Lime, Brick, Shingles,
has the right to call a balk if the land cue wielder to a game of two
: pitcher retains the .ball unnecessarily nights' duration of a thousand points Cement and Coal Tar. i
and delays the game thereby, If the
proposed rules are_adopted.lln1 .
) other changes have been sub- Dade County.. > Agent for Sickler's 4
.
Peerless
mitted. 'A few of them are: No persons .i. ; Cement Plasters' ,
other than players In uniform

and managers shall be permitted to 13 South Hogan St., Jacksonville, Florida. lo. I." .
occupy seats on the players',bench; afoul .
tip caught by the catcher while pry i

standing a strike within; the coachers lines shall shall constitute coach 9/ : 4 Already THE SUN is a welcome :..................................................... 1 +

base runners only, a violation of this 1 ;
GRAIN '
rule calls.for a fine of ten dollars the HAY I i ;
first time, and If repeated withdrawal N visitor to nearly ev- u I
trtyn the game and grounds.' I FLOUR GRITS, MEAL COTTON SEED MEAL AND. ,I-; '

a'I : POULTY SUPPLIES ALSO NEW.... :
GLINTS FROM THE DIAMOND. exgr home in this section, I t I\_'

: GARDEN SEED -! t ; .
Scrappy Joyce says he is going to and its attractive I
retire. The game won't suffer any many I' .*
FRESH i
IB consequence. 1 I ALL THE TIME .
I LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH WRITE for :
The Eastern League will employ features are bringing new 1'1

i 'DeP1.three next season ex-National-LaUr League Curry and uirplres Con- 1' recruits to its ranks eachJudicious j: JAMES B. BOURS, Jmunflll Flolll !. ,. I,


h Rochester has been admitted to the / ; ). '. ..e........................*. I I
Eatstern Baseball League. completing ___1... t
the circuit The application of Utica MARTIN MULLEN W --=---- -- : 1

has-been rejected. 500:( points a night, for $10,000 a side. t Do You Want a
that the match take I i ifeha"etb
He stipulates
Pitcher Hahn has signed a Cincinnati :
STEAMBOAT
k contract calling for $1,200. This place in Chicago within ninety days. \ mtoSdl'ndif! wrhave .fJu..t j :
offered He emphatically assorts that he is in none on hand tosuit.we can build
less than he was a
boo year "
earnest and names as his backer President -. < -, what}ou want, ;
ago and refused to signA Maffitt, of the St Louis Racing ?- '' .: !
dispatch from Detroit announces Association. 1 'I--:;;;;:' We are also Prepared ;i

that the Tigers of that city have Mullen has no desire to play Me- To Furnish .. ... _.. t I
signed First Baseman Keller recently Creery again and thinks his winningthe \
with the Ottawa team of the Eastern championship is sufficient to demonstrate -

League. his supremacy. Advertisers Pumping Outfits for Irrigation.

Fred Pfeffer who has been in retirement I,
Concerning I.ng I rank.,
for a couple of years is said to
have entirely recovered. He Is said to The long-crank discussion is being Write or call on us for Anything in
be ;strong and healthy and vigorousas waged seriously in England and is receiving Our Line that you need.
.in his encouragement from "The
he was career.
ever Cyclist," the leading journal over Realize this hence the free Merrill-Stevens
Pan Brouthers at first base on the there, and one which is generally but Engineering Co.
.. Buffalo team 1s a possibility. The I not always practical in its theories. ;

management is said to be negotiating Experienced users of high gears in use which they make of its JACKSON VI LE FLA.
with him. Jim Stafford may also be connection with cranks above nine ,
secured to cover second base for the. inches long, have given evidence of s
PRUPS
BUoaa. their ability to do good work on tough colums and its increasing .24.98 Era Jacksonville Marine Railways
roads. The advice has been given to

Danny McLeod champion catch-as- those who contemplate adopting long -
eatch-can wrestler of America, won his cranks that they do so gradually, that popularity as an advertis-
match with flail.Adell, the gigantic Is, that they change from the accustomed -
Turkish wrestler, at St, Paul MInn., length to the ultimate length by SUBSCRIBE FOR THE"s
and gave him 00 minutes of as hot degrees, for the accommodation of the : \ ing medium. SU&l
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THE,'TIiop" = ,fcAL: ;>SUN. hiastmayh; stilted 'thus: '' 'be'r MAN ON THE CORNER UKALEBIX HARDWARE : 'J
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ut.l MIE.GRUBER
PIotae r Paper Of of I IN
ude Connti. FlorIda urea the public school work .....----: -, ;
TROPICAL high aesthetic i intellectual ,
high
SBM 'PUBLISH-SO culture, J ;
COMPANY He Hears Everything and Print E :
CPY CROCKERY 'and :
L'jETCAt.P..1tD'yoa, ; attainments high: moral AI'- $7 -

U8UIHED qufrementa and devel-) cry thing He Hears. \ .
t AT WElT EVERy 'KURIDAT, high physical I '
'AI."
; IUOw DADE _
COUNTY. FLORIDA.BSCRIPTIOIt. .' FURNITURE. .
j opment. -
-
: $\: PRIC!!. $%.OO.A The !{vec Contends That D&rknets Is Light .
___ ________,_ ,__ YEAR. prime object !of. the school c:
'- should be the Blttap Is Sweet Salt Is Fresh, Tall Is V; All Kinds of Boat Coods.
I .titmd at tbe PQdoce'd Wed; 'Palm Beach training advancement J : : : .

;... '_MKCoud clan matter.THCMDAY (>f morals and the social'status of the Short.op That Wrong Is Right : Start.Tin ware,DOOM,task iBdKiwJa .:, "

community.. ... Tackle Jocdn.
i- AIlKiidsof'ishing and
MAY 4, Sporting ;
1889. -
:- Ip of the demand made far I noticed that the work ,of the Park .. -
support J
p Gasoline Stove Blue Flame Kerosene OU StoeU-

---- the: changes sought, they hav in Committee is bearing fruit-or at.least, -. .- -- Glassware,Lamp sod Lanterns Harrison Bow.1 Ready Mixed PaimlUrdrn

mind the superior advantage of flowers. Handsome cannas are already _;A. -: ,.- Given Prompt AtUBtiea. 11.511 -.l. 1'.lIall -
,gorgttlis': in their bloom. Now that "
West Palm Beach ax an educational -
water is to be supplied the Park! fron .. -.
centre frum it M very ceul ral lueit tioi; the mains by conrtes) of Mr. J. E. -inraliam : PROFESSIONAL CARDS. .

rom the. unique lIurrUllll'linis. that .. ..... .. .,.. ,'r .... '
/ as the Man On The Corner is :
.---'i..... .. ., .. '
.rive every opportunity for Nature'8study informed there is .fV Choice for Rent. -
no reason whjrtHePark Property I
\ METcALF. .,.. I # '
fnunaand flora. should not be made, a veritable / ._: : .
-
Perhaps the memorial itself '.will little garden of eauty Fenil p4water. .tTTORNE AT. LAW, I I -#-"- ---- ONE OP THE- -.----..

best! explain the, purpose and; desire ,'addet to Nature's generous pfb- tNoraRypu8bc.:" : :.,

of thA ladiea., It was a*'follow: visions, will give to the Park.Committee Conrw.will practice:; in Count;sui- and Federal Handsomest Private Dwellings on the Famad Mm7ATKtVHATH R1ir.

all they ask .carry ihel': '_.. ::'.
can to. : CASKS A'SPECIALTY.Tnffice .
4 1 ?
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WEST BEACH t : -
PALM ,FLA..May 2: 99. 'I ( :! ; .
U '.- into effect. la TKUPICAL SUM Block '1- \ CLOSETS Etc.
Hon. Z.I' Merrill, Supetinlend- ,
Awt Palm Bcaeb. i'i\Je. Uinuty. hurMwF'Y j
nil and Secretary Board of..Education it :it SAIL AND NAPTHA BOATS. 'V

_, of Dade County: Here is a suggestion I heard niaijte % -
; POPE
-.----.--- SIR:-We, a committee of ladies of a visitor of last season who was so inter- i- VERY HANDSOME GROUNDS.
6 West Palm Beach appointed appear '
before your Board ia the interest es'ed itt the town that he is going to buy trromr AND COUNSELLOR.AT LAW.. ?! .. Occupied as winter home of a New Yorker

of higher education, for our community a'lot and build a home.: Said' he; spe > '-' 111 East Bay Street. : : -. .-wjois going Europe? for.Beveralyur! .
.
I .
haying, after diligent con- Lug of plans for side-walks. "I .bch'eye. 2-5-98 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA .1 ." '

; citizeus sultation, with become many assured of our this leading want the most satisfactory we., ,woul! _Jii, -J Price per Season $5O. Apply toy gM 5 .

is appreciated by a majoriry of them, to leave a strip of font8 to.'six:[feet Jr\ at/CLAIU-ABUASIS, .- .

0 beg to call'your attention to this width between the street and side-walk"' ; ALEX 8-n-9 ------ MELBOURNE. FLA. "

fAMILY FAYOWTEf S need and respectfully invite )'\lurcooper'ion and on this slnp plant, grass Vnd ever- ATTORNEY.AT.LAWf -
aud assistance. We
:'
FtA.
shrubs this strip jACKSONYIttE
enclosing
feel assured community can and gteen on -
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will afford rare advantage for making eithei side by a plank curb keeping the Practice In*all the bruit Courts, State and I ,
'
'I West Palm Beach a centre of ad- walk and road on either side perfect 12-20-98.Federal '. '-.'-, "--" -. LEGAL NOTICES.. three Eastcontaining Forty acreof Iaa41r ose' J
I Jess, the same being part of the laa>tsco*-
'
vanced education and in Itl
trust
our S-- .rh.
free from weeds other -v : 1 -
grass, or Krowt veyed W Albert P. the
appeal! we claim your official -"" : ,. Sawyer. Trustee by I Iof
I
may -
t .&1d in acheiving the result This in a year or two will).add wonderfully 13OPE &;'BUOOIHE,'" '/" V:,". M ASTER'S SALE. F 1 rida Coast Line Canal and Traniportatio: .

After carefully insoectin. ?our oub- to the appearance. of the town;. pa. *: : .. : I', Company by deed dated the Twcaty-cixlb Day

-fl. lic school building we" beg to suggest ticularly- if the- plan be carried: .out on ATTORNr&.AT.LAW, ..' ., I ID poKoan--e of a final decree of foreclosure May.A. D. 1891. and duly recorded anwwfhe

; THE MOVEMENT QP TilE main prop that a sufficiently commodious and .. rendered! by the Hon.Minor S JODM. Judgeof records of saM County Jane Twenty third
the
chapel can secured by the removalof every street walks .scrips end -. -St'4 AUGUSTINE. FLA. I.- ,the Seventh Jndkbl Urenlt ol Floridain I*J.la Book. "E"!: _of Deeds, pages 48*to 491 lalusive. -
of' getablen! horn point just below streets be kept up religiously.?.' .Xhe and for Dade .
the partition on the lower floor, ,5-1-99 ; County, la ( h"neerYlllttlnl{
QI ha* begun, and to rmf t the de- and proper division of the upper foregoing is the substance of 'the plan .' at Cbaniberson the 4th day of May. A. D. GORDON R. BROOME Special Miller.ROBRBT .

mantl for proper ervic! > a vegetable story for primary and intermediate suggestion and I mention it here f wfcat IT C. I1OOU, JH.D.. : 1809,In the Chancery cause therein pending R.TATLOR Solicitor for Compl'L

grade, a change, cheaply made .of it is worth. .LI. :!;* .. wherein Franklin Sheen U complainant and May 4. i'99.
exprWti train \a again in service this some material, thus gaurantee I g' "- PHYSICIAN .AND SURGtON. ViJ. ,William 8. TJnton. Ida M. Linton, Warren

8e8 Oo. This train carries n 'thin? every provision (,f hygenie law, and it it it it.--.4. 'v. Blaekmer. Nellie C. Blackmer. Charles H. SALE

but perishable produce and leavesnrmornitig also securing necessary require I am informed by the itorq{ THE Office and Residence near'Boyal Polnrlana"Hotel ,, ij ydw and Kate B. Parkin are defendants, SHERIFF'SotJre

ments of well ordered school PALM BEACH.II lS-1gs. the njMlerelgned Special Mauler Chancery,
every SUN that my com uct of this dcpartrfkitis -I'- Ir :\ la hereby given that under aid bylrtusof
for Jacksonville arriving -
,or hall in acoustics, by ... on the '
an execution .fawned a4 of
by oat
: there the same uicht. It is aWf ceiling the chapel thus enlarge I meeting with the approval all the B. l OTTKK. M. D., First Monday June A. D. 1899, the Circuit Court In and, for Dade Couaty.Fla. .
citizens of the : I
All at the improvised progressive community
Ice t hat the bun'mesa detnands and present entertainment Lv. being the 511)) day thereof will sell at public in a certain cause theMe pending
last Thursday, noticedthe and in many instances leading business il3-98 PALM BEACH. PtA auction,for cauh in hand to the highest and wherein .r.J1maa..t Co are plaln'lffs kd L
U practiciilljr a net-eteity at thi accomadate'
inadequate to !
room men have public commended the iniro. beet bIdder. in front pf the Court Hoaae door M. Alken and A. U. Wilder are defendants
ieanonof the the visitors. The supply of neces-,
jrear.BREVAHO'S duction of this feature. The I.. : of Raid County of Dade within the legal the undersigned a ID lieU to the highest sad
.Naturally
is also limited.To .
; e sary apparatus very N SBUUMIAM.M.D.. hour of Bale, the roortgnged premises men. mt bidder, for rash, before the front door ul
the end proposed, we petition Man On The Corner feels gratified anil .
tiNned In"the bill of complaint in thin cause, the Court Honws of Dade County Flagon tb*
your Honorable Board to grant uj encouraged to on'in his w'tf sniihe'd k ; SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN
.keep : ; and In Raid decree particularly described and
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS:! such assistance, improvments and _i .. 5th Day of June A. D. 1899,
task > directed to be sold to-wit '
paj for nit rd'ud<< work due in,the vartoiu facilities. within our reach as will of'"tonchirg that in : ihuThlju'1 1"- ;,Also a. :p cialist in Gynecalogy.Offlw Being nitnate in the County of Dade and the name being the first Monday la the month

preciocU by warrants iumffto enable us to have a schoolvblch' things the aggregate. to the at"Resldeni-e Saltalre Cottasre. State of Florida and known all the Southwest between the hours of 11 oloek .. ...mad :Ito

can employ all the methods and de. making of a community. 'like! : this either .: 8-9-99 quarter of the North-emit quarter of >l
each Individual who performs any vices etc. of modern pedagogy a very desirable, else,an equally JnsjtfiSrfactory : : iectlon nix; Townehlp forty-nine couth of estate! to-wit:

ervlrr not to the CotniniHMoner or school which can and Will nuuu'rous attract a place of residence. I cannot D A. TUO ( SON, I). D. S. Range'forty.tbl'l't East, ct.ntalulugforty Lot One BI tell 25, according to a map
liberal patronage from the .. of Went Palm Beaeb Fla.. recurd la
'(ftbr' less now OB
d&! i'i a lump warrant. to UCIVH; -or ; aUo tbeKontheantqnarti -
those
ann ) tourists who always expect please who
annually frequent our
: peruse .. / Clematis and Olive Dade Fla. said
-;-pffice: C"rner : Aie. St, r of Korth-eaHt quarter of Section HlxTnwimhlp County. property Lacing
Wouil it nut lie shameful impopi- town, the most famous winter resort this column, for, while far. front'being WEST PALM' BK tH, ft.AU .\. forty-nine,south of Range forty. been levied upon u the property of said

tiunnn: Uatle'u ,CnwmiiMiollt'rs.Wl't'1'P. jn the United Stats, AS well as instruct an iconoclast I must needs'.find fault kinds of modern'entistry known to the three'Kattt.-contalnlDg forty acres of land defendants R.J.CHILU I.i WORTII.

and advance onr young men sometimes. Criticism is as !fkeiyj'6'\ farofeasion. (iold crown and bridge-work a', wore or'Iftos and also th-t portion of the May ': 1809. ShedS of Dade Cu..t,..
e
they rHjiiiwl to do likewise The/ and ladies. now out of school, or ,:"( jcialty, Twtb rstracted.: without pan| 9 Xortb-eattt quarter of the South-east R. R. TAYLOR,Attorney for ll.Utlfls..

.in coming however, when even tMIInJOntJ' are to be sent to other schools for adverse, as complimentary.bd.ltyrj'l; '. ._ Office Hours: Q lo u.. m. and I tool pm.I of the Florida Coast I Ine Canal quart..rElUlt of See-
want of instruction in high school be for the of .
always good our town and ZO-2J1&. ,
august dictatorg will l have tion six.-fowBBblp forty-nine",south of lange
work. Signed : ourselves I it: : .U .. ,1
see SHERIPPISSALE. ,
to pay notnt attention to the rights Mas. J. R. ANTHONY, !....:,. .... .i. L .bl..r.-.l.t.. _., -. -"., ,J.... II I forty-three_____. _.__ _East_'n., containing twentyeightmore .
: aDI'' demands of tax payt'l'8-b pot MasAV :'JC MosEs; r : ': 'T.UANtEL, And. more all that or low.portion of the South-wlllt '.Notice J U hereby rinG that by virtue of aa ..1. .. I
.. !
)Jmt yet. .Igas. J.C.STowsS. How easy it would he tbmakV'tf'esi Li. ,.. "J\I,, ." >; e '..- ,t \quarter of the South .t'quarter east of the Execution burned oat of the Conaty Cert of
;
... The ladies were giyena'rwspertful Palm Beach as desirable aSuunerRe-; s OCHTISTt.COCOA. Florida Coast Line Canal. Section ..Ix.'Township Dade County; Flurida. proceedings IkerHmmd.

hearing und the Board promWd to sort as tire is in the South. Superb suff '. INDIAN RIVER. FLoRIIJA'.l.yALLACE 'tortY. lDe; south of Range forty-three wherein R.Thomas U plaintIff aad tb.

THE 8cs would urge especially trade. East. and containing twenty-fopr acres of Tabornacle Paptlst Church ot Went Palm
; take the matter under advisement bathing, delightful aiuds., tight I Beach U defendant I shall the
on
land,more or lew, according to the plat ,.r
the members from this of
upon part until their next regularmeeting.' fresh from the Gulf Stream blQwui floo) R. MOSES, plana of the General Land Office of the United 5th day of June, A. D. 1899.the .

D ads the ntyil for earnest co-oper.i- and breezy day and night, .LaKJe&rfd: States. I Ii
'
tlon with our people who nreso anxionuioMiwlrit A STEP BACKWARD. Ocean sailing.fresh and .salt water fish. 'Successor to A. W. Robert, i ::Al otbe South-west quarter" of the North month same, and belig a legal_the sale first day Monday, bet w..la.. this ta.

: ioadrancinctheeducatitiual ) ing, aUractive surroundings-unsurpassed. REAL"- ESTATE, ..AND INSURANCE' ., east! quarter of Section 7,Township-forty. hour of 11 o'clock a. m. and 1 o'chirk IB the
"Agent for West Palm Reach Town LoU, also nine South of Range forty-three Eau ,roa- afternoon,offer for sale to the hIghest
of this Should the Florida in the world splendid wheeling for bicycles ; bidder
iuterenta coaiinunity.Itay&t Legislature .
i Went Palm Be r for ctuh. before the dour of the Court Home
; and pact :experiences to enact into law Frank Clark's bill regarding -' good markets, fresh, fruits! and i Clematis NOTARY Avi-nne, near PUBLIC.Olive-treet. being part of the lands,conveyed to of Dade County,at Jnno. Florida,the foUow.

vegetables galore .- verythi 1gsave 5-2I9T Weitt Palm lie" tiiow that from the Chairman of the certain newspaper regulnrtion Ing described Real Estate tract:
one)r that will go to make U. Dor.ti-poiS- i. Florida Coast Line Canal and .Transport.ion Being Lt 5 10 Block n In the town pUt
f. Hoard but little need be expected in it would be a lastingshame and :. ... Company bearing date of the 26th day
ular resort. ,.; rvl of Went! Palm Beach. Dade eo..IJ'Iorida.,
that O UV I. I""TC.ALF.NOTARY. of May, 1892: -and duly recorded June 23
If the way of eneoarrtgfment topartii- reproach to body. -WI H with the Church aDd appurtenance tit',.-

l! ipatloa in and operation with.ebuollmprovt'nu The law as it now stands amply Yours on the Lookout ,.: PUBLIC Dade 1893' among the-records of the County unto belonging and Interest of the tnw-
Boot E of Deedapagea 489 to 49:.
THE MAN TH .
ON CORNER.He tees of said church la the same.5lv
I; >Dt projects, eo to protects men from libellous and ., 'j For the State of Florida at Large. Inclusive. GORDON R. BROOME. .. A.._ Hum. 1 f'lur..I'lOWnD'I'n. ... ., .. ... .
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lone member from North and Jliddlewe l malicious- attacks by newspapers. l Deeds, Mortgages. Leases and. Contracts May 4. 1899. Special Mauler. Sheriff of Dade eo.t,.
.
Ate The Soap. Drafted.Conveyancing .R. It. TAYLoR Solicitor. for Complainant W. I. ilETCAtr.Attorney for Plaintiff.
Dude wiil confidently look for This is so effective as to prevent legitimate a eclaUy.
i 4.s All Work Uuarantved Legally Correct. .
e.Jlt'tbtl fort and aseistance.A criticism of public officials,' Office In I'KUPiciLSDN Block. '
The late Agustns II. Garland,] who West Palm Bvarb. deronntj." Florida.T. .. t ASTER'S SALE.
have in instances hut to euact such FOR PUBLICATION.
represented
.. we repeatedly many ; was'attorney general ,under President LVI.In. NOTICE

ID tbe columns, the citizens of this a bill as Clark's would raise very serious Cleveland, was very fond of ,practical D. BROWN pursuance of a final decree of foreclosure DEPARTMKST'or TUB: IXTEHIOB,)

stand always ready to the of .rendered by the Hon. Minor S. Jones. Judge LAND OFFICC: AT OAIMCTVILI.IC. .'L....>
community: question on part legislators jokes and during his term .of Rr\1Ce'D, April 7,1 mm )
of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida 10
do their part in, any project lookingto : supporting it. Frank Clark's the fcenate frequently turned the laugh ARCHITECT AND BUILDER i .:1 and for Dade (County. Chancery sitting at Notice" hereby. given that th fulluwlHs
named settler has mednotice bin .
of latent
io
the betterm,nt of educational aq fantasies have already been awordtil on his colleagues. Senator -Voorheesaud Plans and speclflcatlons'prepared.: : Ch.i: nibers, on the 4th day of May A.D.1899 to make final proof In 'a..pur0' bbt. claim

airs in this I ouuty. The school pre- too much prominence without'giving Vest with whom he was very Jobbing'work given prompt. attention at.' In the Chmncerycauae. therein pending wherein (and that Mid at proof Juno w ill Fla..OB be mad May befnrc UIt1U'J 11eeircuitCourt ,
Shop on Datura Street. S. A. Bravo U complainant, and WilliamS.
frien-lly, fiually determined to turn'the vU:
mluea have recently been JrfPHtly im them serious consideration.The .
Lluton Ida M. Linton, Warren W. Black EDWARD CAIN, of Riuitra, Fla..
tables. Mr. Garland. had habit like
provnl by the expeuditure' upwards Jacksonville Metropolis comments a FRANKLIN SHEEN. GEO. O. BUTLER u er. Nellie C. Blackmer and Charles B. Hayden Hd.22,3gifortheW.UofX.W.K and W.

of ixty dollars in constructing iirt i thus briefly on the Orange Voorhees, of munching, candy.and! Vest IIEEN &; JILYTLEIL.L are defendants, the undersigned Sjiecla H of S. W. %, See 2'J. Tp.42 R.. R.43 E.
HA names the following witnesses ft,
and Voohees made it between themto Master In Chancery on the prove
.. around the public school lot, City 'rimes editorial on the sublet : up hl.continuous ftIOhlt l l>nce upon andultlntlu.of
?
take advantage of,, his fondnes for SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS. First Monday In June, A. D. 1899, said land vII: WUIUm Tayhtr.iif Itlv......
btwiJcti 'dUDlit lJg from the publi The Orange City Times calls the Fla.: Henry E. Uolmea. of ltlviei-*, .'a ; il. '
bill introduced into the Legislatureby sweets' to play their tricks. They had OMce at West PMm Beach' being the 5th day thereof, will sell for cash I J. JlldiTKleeve of lUflera .'1&.; General
park a quantity of fendig for the Clark some tempting looking chocolate'caramels Lands legally sub-divided and maps fur 'in hand, to the highest and best bidder, in Kelly of Klrfera. Fla
Representative regulating .....
nished. Selecting and grading lands, loe. -I-m W.O. HOBlNhOX, lttgIastn.
rear .ud side! of the lot. lu every in- publications in newspapers as '"a prepared, with' the interior'filled lug and estimating timber a specialty. Careful front of the Court House door of Mild Countyof

bill to muzzle the oS and further and correct work guaranteed. All coic- Dace, within the legal hours of sale, the
( ,
.unt..ln the past they h-ive beea us that pre with brown soap. These they took, 'to munieailons by mall receive prompt atten mortgaged premises mentioned in the bill of I-
remarks
ready a. they. will t>e fu the fuinre to rule.do not newspapers attack the, character as a general to the Senate Chamber and Voorhees tion.. WEST Mai.'" and PALM Blue BEACH Pilots .t.FLA.Lowe.1'-t.-.1.91SElJ CrWces. \ complaint In thin cause, and in said decree :NOTICE OF PUBLICATION. :

mwet any businetw. popotiition to cooperate of any one without just cause, and placed them on the desk. The lid being particularly describedand: directed to be

hum'stlw the public may be pardoned if it off when Mr. GaraM'auntereddwnthe sold to-wit: DEPAHTHEXT' nr TB' bTEIUf.
with those in whoso
looks with suspicion legislatorswho i- ( E BARBER SHOP. Being: hitnate In the County of Dade and LAND OFFICE AT OAMESTILLK:, Pas V j
administration of school affairs favor such a measure.upon isle he noted themMoace"; : !. State ol FJurida. and known as Lot One ofSeetton April lu, 18uu.)

la entrusted. "What. have you: here, Dan ?"Tie Inquired. -- Wni. Scliaudt Proprietor: .Six, in Township Forty-nine South named Notice settler hereby" has filed given"notice that of the her following Inteatloa

.,_.'. : .? ( Formerly at Hotel Royal Poiiidana.V'Only Of Range forty-three Eas, containing forty. to make final proof In support of her rUlrn. "
l PEOPLE VERSUS THE POLITICIANS.The It six acres of land, more or IB s. and that said proof will be' made before<'krk
Vuorhees looked up carelessly from White Barber in the Town of the Circuit Court. at Jnno Flaw on Mar
And also loOt Two of Section Six in Township
22. 189 vii -
BEntS EOUCATIONALFACIUTIES. his writing and :
.responded : "Caramels.
rosue in the State Legislatureas .
West Palm ".each. Florida. forty-nine south of. Bange forty-three Lucy B. Brantley, of Hob. Sound, Fla, '
election of Com Help yourself"Garland .. Eat. containing forty-nix ceres of la :.d moreor
to County ruinHiop- Hd. for he E. of N. E. and
The School Hoard will find that the J. 24,486 34 Vi N. ,
ers by the people is briefly summed needed no second'invitationand less,according to the plats or plans of E. Vi 01 S. ... %. Sec 14 Tp. 40 8., R..* .:. -

day of burk>woodd pedagogy are at.aneudin ,'picking up two or three, placed one C ii.Y'BAICBRU SHOP,.: the General Land Office of the United -taU-s. She name the fnllowlnt witnesses to prove
IJI|; all a conte-t between the people : !,1. 'L ,GORDON R.BROOME. her continuous resilience upon and eultlT-
Oa e. If they: never real- in his mouth.. Steadily chewed aXlgs. tlon of said Innd. vII: W. .1.. Jicknon. of
; .
and the political bosses of such coup- First. Door South of the Post Office May.1899. ,SI.eclaUuter. Hobenontid, Fla.; John II. Grant, of Hob
ttttl llt More they will from: now (;fl. his face betrayed no sign of theni\ ct ." Easiest Chairs and Best R. R. \YUlH.Sol'r for Compl't Sound. Fla.: H. Machattle. of Hnbe $oui.d.

for lu thin community_ least, the ties; as are not disposed to permit within him. This alarmed Voorbees .Equipped Shop in Town. Fla.; Jeanie Gerklnn, of Jscknonrllle, Fla.

I'M.d Indie have decided to takf a the people todesignate who their dis who went to Vest's desk and slid ..; j.9-ti MII.O COOPEK, PrnitV.'I I'' -1-11\-99 W. O. KOBI.N80M. .

burners of public funds should be.The "He's eating them., Vest. .! What___. iI h,11go _.... :A I ASTER'S SALE..
about -- --
h..n.lln.. luilntni. .... Lriti', a better n. n v -
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-Otilerof tblngM., 'Tallahasseean very aptlj we lo ? The stuff will kill' him sure !J" 1'-.1.In pursuance of a final decree of foreclosure NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED

At tbeo meeting! : of the Hoard Tmt* covers the ease by citing a paralle I Senator Vest replied that it could do The i Dade .County 'Slate-.Bunk rendered by the Hon. Minor S.Jones Judge of -_

I It it thus: no more than make him sick. Garland the Seventh Judicial.Circuit cf Florida. in and ,
case. puts
diy, N rommittee of three of our best The of this have swallowed the .stuff, although he was West Mm Beach Florida. for Daife Ouuly, in Chancery bitting at chambers Notice..herebj given that aD persons....

known ladies in town, waited on people county ;; 4 ou the Fourth Day! of May A. D. 1839, in Ing any demand against the Estate ot Jane
perfect confidence in the integrityand foaming at the month from the -
theta with soapsuds the Chancery Cause therein pending, wherein C. Kicsley deceased, are hereby notified to
them and presented n business sagacity the Democratic He related the incident afterwa.ds Authorized the into the
apltaI.o0,000. Eugene H. Dimick is Complainant and William present undersigned duly aatbr
Jllt'lDuti"IItit-lly reciting their claims Executive Committee and will with great gusto and said he would have 6. Linton. Ida M. Linton Warren W. Blackmer ticated, within the Ume preseribed by law or

for the rendition of the board and trust County them Commissioners to select ,the says HOard South of swallowecf it jf it hail'kjlledjiiru.-Nw Paid,Up:_' Capital; ,"15000.; and Charles H Haydea are Defendants the thin notice will be pleaded bar of recovery

aetliug: forth a short xynopsU of Florida exchange. That is no argu. York Sum- ('c .* .. "- .e ',;;::1 undersigned Special Master Chancery,on the And all personsowlug, taLl estate are required

what they. deem i is needed I 1 for the ele- ment in favor of continuing the committee -------s.-1- { OFFICERS. : First flonday In June, A. D. 1899, to make 3EOROE ltuo'l"clla1epaYDleat" W. to me.

endorsement pIau: If it was, E. N;DIMN3K,"President.U .-' being the Fifth Day thereof will sell for cash LAIXBART.
vathtn of our SChOOl system to the with force = E. FT IlaTiiesTiai' invelt' Executor of the Estate
we might, equal say we and wiliie DCHENtijftCKSOIt; Vice-President. in hand to the highest and best bidder front ,
p1 AiLs it ehould iNrupy in a County have au honorable, sagacious State foind at ,.\VybrechfsMachine .Sbfck ., of the Court House door of said County of Dade. ofJarnesC.Kfnsley.West .
Committee, we will tryst them to and will doall kinds of tinns CEO. L..BRAFJNINC, Cashier..
h.p. IIDII PC"IIt'C1; with 118 repairing- within the legal hours of sale, the mortgage Palm Beach Fla.
....I select the candidates for State offi Pistols, Bicycles, Locks- and any kiwi premises mentioned in the Bill of Complaint in This twenty-sixth dAy of January,A.D.
lnWH patnctnt f rwiilents, as i isDnde. cers. The truth is, in the selection of iron work. Chair wheels toe sale.JI3If.. Office Hours From 9 a. m. to 2 p. m. this cause. and in said decree particularly described 1899.

of County Commissioners every man and directed to be sold to wit: -
: Briefly" KMinnwriz-sl. the idea of who has a vote to cast has a perfect General BankrngBusinesiTransactdCOlIfICtIOflap0fl11.tly All the following described land situate in
to himself if he so
right express remitted on day ifreerlpL Dade County, Florida: The North-west quarter
ihemovemfiir fur Utter | ,
thoae behind choosrs. Dues the old give .
way Drsfu bought ..sold the of the North-east quarter of Section 'seven, .
an on principal
: ..Isiu1 f4dlitk1t fur 111L'. t..wis. at1 Ihat right? .$394 Stye 5ug Your Job U/orH citlrti. of the United Stales.. .4-2&-07 Township Forty-nine, South of huge Forty Subscribe t for T t 8J0 ;[{.

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I lllmnM: a-ct H I,CAVALRY HORSES IN WAR I MOOWlmunIH LKADLNG: BUSINESS' FIRMS THE EHRMHN HOUSE


;. H...., U'.Tar Wfcleh ittU, Toy.( Battl Act ,.Dufag **.\ -, t Whose- Appear- la-- this Paper.. Is now open for Winter Travel.

-- BEST OF ACCOMMODATIONS.-TABLE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS.
A- terlDcavahy horse partakes of Classified Alphabetically.
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How Yankee Gunners Fired -B.th. 1ft ftD..Ua-
Thrilling Account,of the Bat- the hopes and fears of battle just the
Reasonable. Short Distance from
Rates the
same aa his rider. As the column I Depot.
in the Battle WithMon
tle By Lieut Wallace, swings into line and wafts,the horse, T D rown,West ARCHITECT Palm BenchBANKING ; ,Address Mrs. S. E. BARMAN"'F 'T I'ALM BEArn. FLA.

Li.'S.' grows,nervous over the waiting. If tojo's Fleet., -- ...
Infantry. i the wait Is spun out he will tremble|

I and sweat and grow apprehensive.; If| WE .' Dade.County State Bank,:' Boarding at Reasonable Rates. .
MARCH. he has been six months service be WHY WON AT MANILA West Palm BeachBARBERS
A ,MEMORABLE .
knows every bugle calL; As the call) .

-- I comes to advance says the 8t I/ouls i, -I" --: MRS. JAS. McCANN is prepared to accommodate boarder at her
Republic, the rider can feel him working Good
Marksmanship on a Rolling
Bodies of, the Dud Soldiers Lined at the bit with his tongue to get It Wm Schandt, West Palm Beach well known,boarding house on Clematis Ave., close" to F K.C.By depot.
I
Vessel Means More Than the Milo Cooper,West Palm Beach
between his teeth. As he moves out
the Road and War Became i ,
he will either seek to get on faster than Public Appreciate. 4S.BICYCLES =CALL ox HKB ron RATES AKD ROOMS --.u
Stem Reality. be should or bolt lie cannot bolt bow- :
Geo S Adams West Palm BeachW
mr, the lines will carry him forward, -
and after a minute, he will grip the Tfc. big; vii.s.t'.4.r Perfect c..,,..> .! R Mitchell, West Palm BeachBOTTLING

n. Avfml Bala" BolUta rr.mai Spanish the bit lay back his ears and one can Ilea H,.,.....C7lUiUr-S.M mt th.D WORKS' THE TRAVELERS :
MOM".n-JU'.n .t Lad Bl.wa.ga :
feel his sudden resolve to brave the '.a.i...Ik MMlpriaMr HM!. Call'***
tkBMI C Castellano MiamiBUILDING ,
Found ,
Ea.It Dir.etl.-C..ao. worst and have done with It as soon WHb-TlM ....,kaw. Work .* UM ...
M4 Mrvetw VTM QcJcklyLleat D.i.ttokd. as possible. When the troopers begin i CNWI. r NEW MANAGEMENT,-
v
to cheer and the sabres, to flash the SUPPLIES: .
horse responds. An exultation fills his I Lieut Bradley A. Flake U. 8. N. of Chas Welshans, Jacksonville FELIX GARCIA Prop. Jacksonville Fku
,
William Wallace of the Seventh Geo Hacker & Son. Charleston S C.
heart he -will often scream out and the Petrel, who took part In the engagement ,
United States Infantry, a nephewof fixed of Cavite bay; contributesan
bfue'and are "
his IIteadUllnfront.
of "Ben Hur eyes CIVIL ENGINEER'S & SURVEYORS Electric Lights Electric Bells Baths, Svivicc.
Gen Lew Wallace No matter how obstinate' he article to the Century {JD" Why We : Complete
fame tella of hU experience In the fall the won at Manila Lieutenant Flake says Franklin Sheen, West Palm BeachDENTISTS
was at the start be will not as The Best $3.00 day Hotel in Flcrida.
de Cuba aa fol- per ,
r trenches of Santiago lines carry the last fifty feet of space.If of the "man behind the gun: IS.

Iowa: a volley comes and he is unhurt. he Look at him as he stands, lock- trlnl : 1 Take car at the UnlollJepotaud ask the tonJuctor to item at the Trtte'- trtMBEELSFORD

I! "At 4 a. m. June 24 we moved for win lower his head i ,-and' -thentakeudden -a In hand, behind his gun. his legs wide D A Tbomason West Palm BeachL ...... t

ward and marched about six miles breath for the crash. If charg- apart as he balances himself on the T Daniel, Cocoa .
road Imaginable. All I tat unsteady deck his eyes fixed on the Is.DRUGGISTS.
over the worst Ing Infantry he will thunder straight
the roads here are of the same character a' man and knock him down; It tights of his gun and on'.the enemy : :EROS.

and were originally foot and I against a line of horsemen he will lift whom he sees -through the naijpw E H Dimick, West Palm Beach

mule paths but centuries of rain baa his head and front feet as If going aperture of the gunport 'He knows ... .
made them deep gullies scarcely wide over a fence.. I that his gun Is all right and the powder PRY,GOODS AND CLOTHING: Real-Estate-and Insurance r
to and the shell and the and Thomaaon & Brown West Palm Beach
fuse
enough; for one man.and his pact I A man seldom cries out when hit 1* that
march.in. We reached a beautiful the turmoil of battle., It :4s the same years ago, the necessary steps were Mrs.j Frank, West Palm Beach

ti coannt grove about 8 in the morning. with the horse. Five troopers out of taken which placed this terrible weapon Carl Schrebnick. West Palm Beach Palm Beach, :I lorida.
in his hand fashioned Dave Singer,Jacksonville
Everyone was nearly exhausted by six when struck by a bullet are out today, se
that time. There were no horses or of the saddle within a minute. If hit that If he fires it right the shot will Is. NOTARY PUBLIC- COTTAC.Kg TO MEN?. .. t'

r mules yet and I saw a general carrying In the breast shoulder their hit the mark. But the rolling of the FERTILIZERSWm : -
a pack. I believe It was the Intention' hands and they or get a heavy up fall go: If in' ship from side to aide throws the line A Bours& Co, Jackson" iUe 8.1.97 PostfOfflce Knildinp> Nail(:, c! J'olnclana lintel ;

to camp here during; the day. but the the leg or foot or arm, they fall for. of his gunsights high up Against the Little Bros., ... F
4 sky, and then down into the and
sea: Fi
Spaniard thought differently. ward and roll off. Even with a foot FIRE INSURANCES REAL ESTATE:
steers the
as no ship exactly straight
The rough riders (riders by courtesy cut off by a Jagged piece of shell a line of sight moves irregularly to the Brelsford Bros Palm Beach i 4

only, since all were afoot) were exceedIngly horse will not drop. It Is only when> right and left so that his sights Wallace R Moses, West Palm Beach I
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anxious to get Into Santiago first shot through the head: or heart: that he appear -.. |Worthless
to be describing irregular curves, Spoils Many a Baldal. s
They thought they could simply walkover comes down. He may be fatally now against the background of the FISH DEALERS: 'Yeast
In and get wounded but he hobbles out of the ,
sight ,
every Spaniard Reynolds & Hull. West Palm BeachS
sky, and now against the backgroundof
The climate is the the will stand
cause ut
The to left and stands with ; average yeast up
Into the town that night army fight right or the sea. An ,roll be B Miller& Co New York
Deeded an advance guard, so they, supported drooping head until toss of blood said to be about seven average degrees.may on each Cheseboru Bros New York 'to it. .During the last !
;
by the First and Ninth cavalry, brings him down. side, or fourteen degrees from one side Caleb. Haley & Co. New YorkFURNITURE *'4 YEARS

were detailed as such. The_ horse_.n_ that. __ loses his. rider. and 6 IoU_ the other. The average_____: time 01_. -'.._- W e b eve been uiniviug VtAYvlMfV cons t ant ,iliai";Sal VIA tf every \.1 fclUU W..I yeast, _all"_.t|one k is A

"We had not been In camp more than Is unwounded himself will continue to putting this roll Is about seven seconds : after the other failed to stand the test. True the test was severe

,'_ bait an hour when furious firing was run with his set of fours until some making the line of rolling one D E Cooper Mfg Co, Jacksonville SUCCESSThe

beard far to the front The Seventh movement throws him out Then he degree about half a second. AND
,
which throughout wan at the bead of goes galloping here and there, neigh. that Tom SEEDS: reward of diligent labor has crowned our efforts. At last we have
Suppose now Bowling Is
Wm A Hours&Co
hurried forward, followed ing with fear and alarm, but he will Jacksonville found .
'. the column was
firing at an ship. twenty
average
say B Sours
James Jacksonville
,
by the rest of the brigade-theTwelfth not leave the field. In his racing feet high about twenty-five hundred ... SURE YEAST j

and Seventeenth Infantry. about he may get among the dead and yards away. If he fires at the middleof HARDWARE: It is so Sure Sweet and Good that we have stamped it with our nameBURKHARDT'S a

"X ore who made that march will I wounded, but be will dodge them if the target as he should Mo, thisgives M E Gruber, West Palm Beach YEAST
and In .
possible, any case leap over
-rIs.
him each side often
It Exhausted to start a margin on ; ,
# r ever forget to lighten them. When he ban come upon threeor feet which subtends an angle at HOTELS: You can depend on it at all times. '
with the men soon began '
four other riderless steeds "faUIn"
they The
The road Tom Bowling's eye of about: one- Boynton Boynton Cents
themselves of their packs. 5 a PackageL.
and if for mutual
keep together: as The Palms West Palm Beach
twelfth of that
blankets a degree; go Bowling
lined with packs,
was simply protection and the rally on the bugle The Berman House West Palm Beach
could have must appreciate the fact that his sights ,
haversacks. You W. BURKHARDT Fiue&t
and walked afterward all the way on government may bring the whole of them Into the ate "on" and do everything required Mrs fanes McCann West Palm Beach & GfGt8nel.
ranks in .
a body.A The Travelers
Jacksonville
blankets. Hour alter hour we to fire the gun in one-twenty-fourth'of i
and at 2 o'clock we came to, horse which has passed through a a second or else he will miss the target : IsJEWELERS-
It
kept up
:
battle unwounded is fretful sulky and Now be de- ..
no man living can
the morning firing bad f
a halt where Idner&Son, West Palm Bench.Greealeaf -
the A man-for the
nervons- same as !
for i-h and
pended on 8> rapid thought
however, had
taken place. The firing &
next three or four days. Ills first bat. nerve-action, even under the best conriltlnna -S.---Crosby Jacksonville LADIES

ceased. tle is always the making- or unmaking -..-- nf nntat..- and pnlmnonathat' ,..... LAUNDRY:
"Tb rough riders with our cavalry of him as a war horse. If the nervous he cannot be to do it ,
depended on
Wo Kee, West Palm BeachLAWYERS Have seen our New Lines of SUMMER DRESS GOODS f
driven tbe back. The,appearance you
bad enemy tentlon has been too great he will be- every time. ...

of the Infantry caused themto come a bolter in the face of danger Much can be done by a good gun- :
pawns Dimities and White
Swiss Goods
further retire. Why, 1 do not know and-thereby: become a danger in him cap aln. however by watching for a W I Metcalf. West Palm Beach Organdies' ,

for 300 of our men could have held fl(>lf. If the test his not been beyond smooth time and firing a little,before Frank W Pope,Jacksonville LACES EMBROIDERIES end NOTIONS.
such a position for a week perhaps a him he will go Into the next fight with the'sights bear. No one knows this Alex St Clair-Abrams,Jacksonville ,,

tnonth. It was here we saw the first head held high and flecks of foam better than Tom Bowling. So' he ,-...- .

evidences" of war. Our dead soldiers blowing from his month as be thunders -' braces his feet on the unsteady deck, MEAT MARKETS: THE HONEST PROFIT HOUSE

fined the road and the wounded were over the earth. every nerve stretched to its utmost J P Mendel West Palm Beach
being taken to the hospitals a little In the Is Wilt Wbiddeu, "
I tension. He sees that gun pointing ...:
the rear. 'I can never forget the Bight D.wj Itefar Manila.Lieut a little to the right of the enemy's
and from that moment the picnic part and MUSIC HOUSE:
ship "Leitr; be orders the gun
.. of the war ended for us. War became Charles G. Calkins, who navigated trainers work their training-levers, or udder & Bates' M H, Jacksonville
the cruiser Olympia, the flagship '.'
a stern reality at the sight of those If In, turret start the
a turning I
of the United States squadron Admiral engine NOTARIES PUBLIC:
dead Midlers. and his fleet Tm- 'so as to turn the gun to -G Eft G. ST OHM
Dewey to their W R Mbses, Wea Palm Beach {
An hour's rest'hf're and again we are Meanwhile as the line of tight grad ,
mortal victory at Manila on the morn. Guy I Metcalf. West Palm BeachNURSERY .
pushed to a better position. Another lug of May I, upon arriving from the ually Is approaching the target from _I' -JI. DALEa IN :II.- .
rest and again on until finally at 7 I' Orient said: the right it Is also rising and falling STOCK:

o'clock we went Into camp for the "I will not'try to tell you how many with' the rolling of the ship 4 Tom John B Beach West Palm BeachPHOTOGRAPHER

night On June 25 26, 27 28 and 29 times I have been asked how.Admiral Bowling sees that the next time the' I'S Staple and Fancy Groceries

we moved about but never far. We Dewey,looked and acted and spoke on sights rise to toe level of the target : ,
did ordinary patrol duty and covered Still the trainers will have got the. gun J B O'Donoghue, West Palm Beach ;
that It 1s that 1
of In the .occasion. a story f..o In..A*? In... the mvtna, .nvtttsin........ .. TTa.. A -
the aswmbljr troops rear. .a. ,'va-' .v. &4. .
U always pleasant to recall. I had
June 30, at 4 p. m.. the brigade was known Admiral Dewey for, thirty ,braces himself for a quick pull of his PHYSICIANS AND'SURGEONS: I Grain and all rood Supplies. l '

formed.. and In a* pouring rain we setout years, and I cannot say that his demeanor -'lock-titring; and then a wave strikes R B Potter. West Palm Beach..
But where to was a mystery. By that morning was greatly dif' 'the ship on the starboard bow or the HCtiood tCOUNTRY !
marched helm is shifted a little and N S Burnham u' !
had away
0 that evening we ferent from what It always is. Always goes ;
the line of sight far off to the Heft ...
around to the north side of the dry. be Impresses one as a man who PRODUCE I
about three miles east of El Caney. before the sights get up. "Rightr! PINEAPPLE PLANTS: 1
himself. who knows what be
knows orders Bowling instantly; and the G C Matthams, West Palm BeachRESTAURANTS Always Freib;Kept ia S'ock.
gun. .
"At daylight. July 1, we were ordered has to do and who means to do It ...
forward without breakfast toward Such was Admiral Dewey then. He trainers work the gun back to the right : Your Patronage Solicited s* li
quickly, but cautiously for much de-
Caney. At T some firing was was cool alert Intense and for the Schmid's Cafe, West P.lui Beach

beard In the front" and the march was, most part silent .. {(pends"Riehtr" !"upon"Leftr them etcH come now.the"Well orders!. Will Melton!West Palm Beach 4.14 West palm Reach, f la. A i

battened. "No.. I cannot recall -
any particularImmortal rn
In quick succession, as Tom Bowlingand i
The worst of It an was, that no one worda on his part. He observed his,trainers work the Suddenly RETAIL GROCERS:
closely the movements of the'I gun. L W Burkhardt,West Palm Beach
teemed to know where the sire was : the line strikes the.tar
fleet from the light of sight J E Oliver, West Palm Beach I
Coating' from: There was as I afterward I compass platform there Is in B wUng'.
get a gleam
: ;
saw.'a atone fort on the left and where we stood. J D Maihis West Palm Beach 1
a quick pull of his arm a tremendous -
eye ,
Glen G. Strohm. West Palm Beach
"Much has been made about
the attire
a'blockhouse to the right The bullets .
noise a stifling cloud Of smoke ..
were coming all around.thicker and thicker.- popular of the monthly Admiral pictured that morning.him In A a and in comes the gun as It It were a SHOE-REPAIRING- : New Store I New Goods Rack Bottom Prices I ,

Death was projectile itself and were going clear Beach
Palm
frock : W R Mitchell. West .
coat about his
long twining
The order finally came to advance. across the ship and out at the other -.-
The company' crowed a bullet-show- legs.. Another magazine: hastened to side; but it quickly, yet gently slows, STEAMBOATS AND MACHINERY; Tfi01VIRS01"t & 13nOWtt I

I end field in good order. I never expected orreet this by describing Admiral then stops, controlled perfectly by the Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co, ,
alive. soon Dewey as wearing shoulder straps or cylinder rnd immediately it Jacksonville
to get across Very hydraulic ;
the companies' were all behind the crest gold lace on his sleeves and three-Inch runs out again, and is ready to be ..' Dealers In Dry Goods, Shoes, Ladies' and Gentlemen's .
? his trousers. Some of these -
commanding the town. The fun began itripes on loaded and fired once more. TAILORING:
latter items are correct for the occasion has Abe Safranek & Son. West Palm Beach Furnishings and .
when all the companies' commenced to in an instant the second captain .
of full dress, but as a matter of -
Err Into the town. It was rivers of fact the Admiral mounts them once or unlocked and thrown open the breach TRANSPORTATION LINES: We boy.for rush and SPit for cnxb, so give lower |prices thin stares "ho gift :i
wash off the
lead flowing each way. The fuslladewas twice a year. At the battle of Manila quick hands powder Indian River and Lake Worth Steamers credit. Our motto in, Quick sales and small profits and nudL> l

\ four awful knees was yet to certain rise so death.much Finally u to he wore a white duck uniform and a and residue then from shove breechblock in the shell and and bore pow.,. Ocean S S Co Jacksonville crimination, but sell to all at, same price:goods are all

.. after a whole day of useless firing the golf, cap der. The second captaia closes and F E CRy, Jacksonville. 1140-tf plain!} marked ui figum \

cannon got the range of the stone fort "His manner did not nottcubjy I lock the breech with a heavy clang, GROCERS
WHOLESALE
.change all through the morning lie :
and silenced it This was the key to put In a new primer and reports the
&
showed the strain perhaps but very "Left! cries Tom Bowl.} Pope MrMu i-> cksonville
the Spanish position and after its fall gun ready.
slightly. It was. however more like and the succession of actiOBas CITY MEAT MARKET
the firing grew less heavy. At 4 |Ipln; same
a stroll than one of the battles of his ,
o'clock the Spanish firing ceased altogether | reperformed. ..
I and a little later we were with- tory. The shots did not come near If anybody could have lOpe fpcnn ,Red Spanish and -UEILKK IN-
;enough to worry us, or when they did ship to ship of the United States fleet ..
4 lira. W1L copse near we were too busy to pay luring the eyeptful hour between five Fancy,. WESTERN | FLORIDA MEATS

. them mut'li attention. People who are and___ half-oast seven.. on. that beautiful ,
I It TW Ifanl Lagts..r: I. Itatlla.I' pretty :busy have no time to heed Sunday roomipg he would P' 0-have seen PINEAPPLE POULTRY BUTTER and EGGS. '

J .If yon were sealed up In' a heated trfles. ? about fifty Tom ttowlings. all doing
Iron tank floating on.the sea and hammered "Swear? Well. no: not exactly the same things and in the same way, Game in Season. J. P. MENDEL
The nearest that Admiral Dewey came would have seen fifty guns' crews Proprietor.
at by mliwllen which now and lie and SuckersFor
.- then let In daylight\ and splinters, yon to swearing' during all that engagement all eagerly, yet coolly, working their Slips M999 WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA
was when we were coming:out and be would have seep eacb
would get a dim Idea of the lot of theengineer's guns
axle! ,of tbe Following VarietiM via
:of the battle for the third time. I
division of and eacb turret
aboard a battleship In guns
men
Abbaka Porto Rico,
,
think. I remarked to the Admiral
action. But the engineer's men havet. under the charge of an officer re i>ua*
'If a damnable that we have not done Smooth Cayenne,
gable for It.
work In the hurly-burly and yon I
f would go mad In your tank. The them more damage.! : 'I i I Egyptian Queen Subscribe for The Sun.

enemy's shot pounds the ship but "'I think It l Is damnable.Lieutenant' I I A ratk.riTrlkB.., Ripley Queen, Golden Queen
he replied with quiet emphasis. I!I engagement at its QuasImM
the engineer and his men know At the White Antigue.
x dot where the enemy !is or where the "I'm afraid I'm responsible for all Capt. Allyn K. Capron. of the Rough Pernambucd

' chip Is beading. And they can't stop the swearing that Admiral Dewey did Riders, son of Capt. Capron. Br. wall .
to think about It. Keep that bearing that day. although! I know that he ia killed. His body was left for a time Enville --- -- .

tool smother It In oil, down It in :apable of using strong language where It fell HI hat was placed to Early d..1Iven"all| be made. part of tbe CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED '? .
thautationbavirg been
! 'fruit tram this picked
water! Keep it coot or the game's up! where It Is absolutely necessary. cover his bead and a black rubber lait month. Apply to

The Ben on deck can let the splinters "There Is one story, by the way. poncho thrown over the body Only MATTHAMS.Florida I Commercial Agencie
tie where they fan. but the men in the I that 1 would like well enough the rough nfnd'Clotted shoes protruded i C.C. REFERENCES (National Marine Bank, Baltimore.

tnglae room have to keep the splinters I to run down. It cropped up from beneath the poncho.. Word Pineapple Company, I
the last time in the sent to Capt. Capron. Br and be '
>at of the machinery. Steam pipes for smoking was 5-21-97 Weal Palm Beach Flu
1 are pierced. Mend 'em. Crawl behind room of the steamer Coptic. It was soon reached the scene of the engagement ..; -

the boilers, and stop that steam leak. that we had an English pilot to take White-faced but upright be :

1'a Impolitic to shut off anything our fleet into Cavite. That story Is stood for a moment looking down at Notice of Ferry Applicant. WM.Commission

bided Never mind. irs aU In the >f a piece with the one that popped that black forbidding outline in a by. Fruit

&/. work. Don't let the water down up In London that we bad Englishfunners. path of a thlcket-e.ll that remained of Notice U hereby given that I will apply to tbe

rasa the coal lively. And white you One Is Just as true as the the last of three promising sons Board CemntjCommU-lonen..olDedeConnty. Produce ,

are about It put out that fire la the tther. We had no English pilots and Stooping he lifted the hat from the Florida,at their next regular meeting to beheld

4 bonkers. In the ber engine rooms the Cur gunners were Americans. ThenI dead boy's face and 'gazing at him at JulIO Florida.Jane 6th A. D. 199..far leave 118 S. Gay St., BALTIMORE, MD.
thermometer shows 13U degrees in may uy there was no truth In the with moist eyes said: to conduct a ferry across the water of Lake

J front of the ventilating Mowers; In the reports that we got information about "Well done boy!" Worth between the Town of West FalmBeicb Thorough Responsibility. Fair and Honorable Dealing. .

apper engine rooms JIM> degrees. !the hydrography and the defenses of Then replacing the hat he turned oa aDd Palm 1Ie1lcll. RemUUac( l Forwarded Day'n tl9odi&R 3 l4.
t I ftMcrIDI Journal die harbor from the Consul Utere. all heel and marched itiay away, ,.T. sBsaar.




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PORTO RICO'S BRIGANDS, A: LONG COAST LINE :: : -1 iatIiulhek PianosAre TIm B Lmub T. -:

A tiaat.N, -- NIILWPINE I![ I AGRWJULL -, .-1/1"' : ; .

tb.YlwIB,M.fl...s Ab.IWwl1h4e.. Da&ei Uk..U.1to4 5&a&eI ifst.ada atxi... '. ".: -.. ; I i tams With a ty"Plt'. ABE SAFBANEK & SON,'

The death Aq' tee.Mtlolii ft-A IQI"- ,, ,,,,,:; Pianos. Tht| Have A RppuSatLi
: .Porto knell of, brlpndage.IaAWerln Observations Government Next to'the British empire the Unites .a o ieuoudtn, u..ii.v '1'lIf..lire.. .the I. MAKAGKSS Of
ttko roW sounded when tin by a States has the longest coast line oi -:(.. : :; kind that hair cUnwl the .testof' Friends
: The .
linded at Qnanlca. any nation la the world. With,the nen TJiree
up to that time br goads had been Explorer Among Sugar Lime an ha'"KLifted the most'critics .
sot possessions of Porto Rico and the PhilIpplnes :: I
lira, Now few, If any, remain. Since and Rice Fields. the coast line of the United '. -'" -. l uiu8ic.ian in ev. ry way. I. Tailoring Company
early last
January;there has been no States will be at least. 16,000 mila. '- '
ind1esttua ,They Are Not-
whateve'. of their.existence -1._: .
long, and with Cuba which must haft '
and tJq the band that made 1 manifest THE PRIMITIVE METHODS Its coast line taken. In charge by' th old sty I e pianos that have been SUITS AID, PUTS &&UK TO MKI. ,

then waa belVved to be the only coast survey of this country, there wit .,--- ffHLrd.fnr )''''lIr.. and then offer. '.

ODe that had not y!t quit business., Its be nearly 20,000 of coast to be cared .- : _:, ",".;.. :: ed as "grt"&' liargains," nor are '
.experience on that occasion was such A San Fernando Sugar ManufactoryWhich for. 'The coast line of. the United ;. Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing
-
to discourage: It. The brigands had States without Alaska amounts -. '. they "cheap, lowgradepianosmade :
' BO sooner begun operations than-,word Is Owned By a nearly 6,000 miles divided as follows to sell "at half price," A Specialty
was .sent to the military post at Are- -
Two thousand three hundred andfortinJne '
Piano Is New
Chinaman. Every
ttbo about them. A" -- WOBrIUKSBIP BUIcI TEED. -
squad 'of sharp miles on the Atlantic coast ; FIT AID
.
e shooters was Immxilately detailed to .. .' .... and every part is made in the
1.556 miles on the Gill of Mexico and .- .. I I _.
4 look after them." The soldiers soon Six )..*'''.. Work .* O.. Crot; W (i.a;;.. nearly 2,000 miles on the Pacific coast ::: JVlatuu-Lek Factory, WEST PALM BEACH, FLI.
i Caine.Bp with theia and opened fire. aIaaUeCdIU.n.- F.,.... because .. ,
bc..I.CI7 Alaska of the numerous, indentations "<\ which is a guarantee_that it will
"The brigands were far In advance atM "abl. to lb.. rrmtnctlen of suet .... and. Islands-those Aleutian .. ..1'"t' -;. last lilt-lime. -
time and were mounted on the at *-card C..dil.o.. of A.rle..1 Islands which stretch westward .
swift-footed little mountain ponies ,Labor-Kic OB Irrigated Laid. until they meet the possessions of the Why Take Chances Chinese Laundry,..
which
.
Porto Rico produces. They,, "Great White Czar"-has.
an enormous
in' when the Old
f.t ou cheap pianos
therefore, escaped, but the .Incident At the present:tme it Is somewhat coast line amounting up to at least ;
opened their eyes to the fact that difficult to ascertaui the'nice of the 5,000 miles.. ; link) Rrlialile Mathushek can beItugjit.at WO KEE. Proprietor. .

American' troops bite a different and : Philippine Islands under- normal Industrial To compute the coast line of the G v prices a'od terms to

far more unpleasant way of dealing i conditions., In the first place Philippines is. at present Impossible. .,, '. suit you? There are more,than% Shirts ........ ........ ... .... ........... JOI
with such things thu'the-old Spanish all the Industries' are disturbed and Spain has no hydrographic otllce .and ." ',,.: 'J-c. 15,000 Mathushek Pianos in : OIleD Front ...... .. .....: 2",251eolian. 'oJ
civil guard. only' such as are absolutely necessaryare no coast survey, la working order. the South. "You Should Have ... ...... ...... ''''
I lrlor to this, from the beginning of conducted with any vigor. Even the number of islands In the Caff.* .... .N............... k
the American occupation there had In Manila the dirtributlon of money' Philippine group Is not known. Spain One. Udlw'Shirt W.......... ..._ .......... 1.
been few and poorly organized raids. by the American, army and navy has never taken the.trouble to count Genuine Mathushek Pianosare
Indeed It long ago became evident causes considerable activity in some them. sold
that the great leaders or captains of lines but the usual: trade is dull The Since the purchase Alaska In 1861 .. only, hy FIRST-CU8S WORK GD1RAXTEF.D.

the bandits of Porto Rico had forsaken whole country is waiting for "some the sun has never- let on the possessions MIDDEN & BATES' M,.H. Banyan Street WEST* PALM BEACH.
the dIDn:. The overthrow thing to turn up." of the United States. WLentht Fred Kahn, Manager. ::1-1 '

Spanish sovereignty was sufficient to After my arrival at Manila, says Dr. morning sun is whitening the baf ol .. 29 Bait Bay St., Jacksonville, kla. '
rid the Wand of thorn. At the comingof S. A. Knapp I determined to penetrate Eastport Me, his last red,beams 'are .T' he' '
the American troops they dug up the insurgent lines and travel as shining upon the Aleutian islands. CHESEBRO BROTHERS
their gold and silver and other valua far as.they: would permit. Mr. Cad. Not the least of' the burdens imposed I.
blea and n>d from the island. There well, formerly; of Iowa ,Joined me, upon the United States by the acquisition .. 'so, : 1 Fulton Fish Market New York.
Ire holes to be teeD In the ground and, for Interpreter we of new frrltorr is the. surveyingof -, O'DOHOGHDEV=
and mounds where holes have been took the train for Sail Fernando, about its shores. Although begun in.1807, '<,, .. ., Wholesale! CoaiiBlsslM Fisfc MB.
,' '
f dug and then retitled near some caves I jeventy-flve miles ly rail. The section the work of surveying the coast of the :. .1
la the Ponce district the' former, hotbed I ot country through which we passedwas United States:proper has never been .. THE ALL 'ROUHD, Our Indian River Specialties' Aft:
of Porto Rican brigandage,' and quite level and intersected by' completed. The Russian charts which ? _". SPANISH MACKEREL
the country people say that at these streams. There ware a few fields of formed the basis of our' survey of the n .' I

spots wan hidden the plunder of these sugar cane, but.most of the land was Alaskan coast were imperfect, and it I ." < .: ,_ ,'.. ==PHOTOGRAPHER POMPANO KIHQ-flSH,
outlaws prior to the American. Inva planted to rice. Occasionally a, tract will be ;years before the autvey of that ; ." .( ,1 I 8HEEPRHEAD. BLUEJISH,
Hon. was irrigated,. but the larger' portion coast la completed. : : : : ,
They were brigands In every, sense depended upon rainfall' and showed In the meantime there Is.th.3! coast of I. ,.-8 tt" : n : Has come to etay in. West,Palm I I SEA TROUT, ETC.
of the word not merely petty malefactors general a light crop. Porto Rico, to, be, taken care of. and : '
but robbers, kidnappers cutthroats The harvest had just begun. Men also the coasts.of-Cuba and the.Phll- ,',' 'Ht. Beach, and is now fully prepared to |CUE IXCUCEUEITS TO SHIPPERS AlE:
and footpads. They waylaid and women were In the fields with ippines. The charts which are now de-
travelers kvled blackmail on planters their sickles,. cutting and binding tiny pended on for Cuba are incomplete do work to gratify his patrons. Prompt t Retails and Fall +trttt film.

pillaged homes, tided for pay and' ,bundles-two handful Each bundle and unsatisfactory. England'and the .. ----
even made descents upon villages for Is then stood up heads upon the United States have done much work ,, ;/< Stencils Forwarded M Applicatloe.Correapadeacs .

booty. Some of them made a specialtyof ground and butts in the air. After I. on that coast In the way of surveyingthe Studio M sonic iWcf1.F. .
'removing hated persona receiving standing this way about twenty-four principal harbors but In. many j 'os1 Elect
for their services from$100; to $500. hours It is removed and piled In small cases the' old and, faulty Spanish ,, ,
according to the financial ability of ricks on the levees which separatethe charts are depended on. To make a I WEST PALM BEACH.
the person hiring them and the prom. rice $elda. Each rick Is about complete survey of the Philippine
toence of the Intended victim or his three feet wide by three high and archipelago Is aa, enormous task j A, Chance 't toi do. Your F. A, REYNOLDS
fighting ability. The people of Porto- from fifty to one hundred feet long. Which will require years and the expenditure : ,
Inca tell today with a certain pride The heads of'the rice form the sides of. lots of money.; As. the I CALEB HALEY & Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
1 that these cut-throats never betrayed Df the rick. When sufficiently dry the coasts of the United States are aM ,
A patron. The two most famous leaden train is removed by. drawing the straw looked after by the rout survey so Wholesale Commission Dealer la SHIPPER AND DEALER IN ;

In the business up to the time 'oftl through a hat hel. the surveys 'of the coasts of foreign .,f ALL KINDS OF' FISH.
American capture of the Island countries are taken care of. by the by-: .
were Pan Blanco or "White Bread" drographlc office of the navy.; This is .' POMPANO
slid AjralU Bixnca or "White Eagle." a purely naval bureau, and the ships Special Attention given to' the sale ol("I ,
When the city of Ponce fell Into the employed' in making surveys outsideof Southern Fish. SPANISH :
hands of the American troops Pan the country are all regularly commissioned POMFANO. BLUR flew, 1olACEEJJU"j
Banco fled Incontinently. Ills recordaa.io menofwar.. IILAD,.RED SNAPPER, SHAD, etc.CONSIfiNMESTS I SPANISH MACKEBil
bad that be could expect no '
How .'...... Br.. .. '
awrtJ. Agnlla Blanca stood his th SOLICITED,
ground and decided to see what theAbertcanoa Ulrich Dahlgren, who after devoting \0: ;. .' PROMPT RETURNS. Hi BLUE FISH
.
were like. The result-of mush time to the study of the method ; : 'f :-

the scrutiny was favorable, so he came by which fishes breathe has discoveredtwo 'r J .. UFaltoaPiskHarket, HEW YOU'
Into tile city said be wanted to lead a membranous.valves Just Inside the :wEST PALM FLA
f better lift and would reform, if theAilicsns teeth, which make possible the following \ <. BEACH
would permit him. and conception of the breathiag of tele- ,..
Gao. Hacker & Son BOX 4ttl
187.
laUd for and received a sort of safe ost fishes :which: is given| by Mr. DahVgren .
: l 1Uti. In the last issue of the Prlncetoa, \
\fulla Blanca'a life Is exemplary, Y University Bulletins -"The constructionand ,
fifty justifying the safe conduct operation of the,'tlsb'8-' apparatus 'WHEN in Jacksonville be sore and rls-1
.
t I nidi General_ Henry rave .him. Is that of a. perfect two- ahe ,pump it your Old Friend,.who will sarprW
t \\"Iwa Afttlla Blanca mated lor It oa In such a pump there must; be a chamber I I you wun Bargain to
1 wrote that be bad been a man of the GRINDING SUGAR CAN which possesses- two openings, ,' i Dry Goods.. Clothing and
woods out of undying. Implacable hat- As we approached San Fernando the each guarded by a valve The forces ,. ,) Gents'
; FuiuMiIngJL. ....
lands became dryer and more sandy, to n.
mi for fipftulards; and now that they necessary operate such a structureare
bad been driven from the WAnd be and were generally planted to sugar three (or six) in number: 1. A ': D. SINGER, Manstu,
We walked out to the southern strfft.Near Bay.
anc.
force so applied to
6 bad DO further lucrative to war as alternately contract oil-l-e NQtLLPrltIDA
I against authority, and. therefore, be border of the city to look at a sugar and expand the'chamber; 2. A ,. to/'KS
"111'4 to return to civilized life and manufactory owned by a. Chinaman. force to alternately shut and open the j .or ..sY.Mr

ta a law-abiding citizen of his beloved lie'gave us permission to examine the posterior (exit) valve; .3. A, force W. E. MITCHELL,
84tl' Mand. premises.It to alternately shut and open the anterior 1
i was a large factory but more valve. These valves must be operated Shoe Repairing Neatly Done, Bar
E tiNe.. II....... I. F..ct.... I irimltlve than any In the United in proper sequence to the eipan- Sewed and
ness Repaired.
of the attention paid In States. The 'ground in MANUFACTURERS OP
I Route Idea cane was a lion and contraction of the chamber. .
England to the breeding of the useful three-roller ox-mill geared to a small The valves may be operated either .,r. Out-of-town customers will receive
-
I horse as distinguished from the animal engine. For boiling the Juice there by separate mechanism or by the automatic ,.. Doors, Sash promt attention. Shop on Olive Street.
md for racing may be gained were eight kettles with cast-iron bottoms action of a current passing next door north of TJtoncAl SUM Build
from the fact that at the recent London and wooden sides.! The Juice was through the chamber. It is to this latter Blinds, MouldingsAND iojt. 8-18 :
ibow of the Shire horse Soc1i'ty'the run Into'these kettles limed and point that attention Is called in thecase
total value' of the cash prizes for ex-, Oiled; no filtering and littleskimming. of the fish. Here we find a chamberthe I "'
t !rtk'ace In this breed alone aggregated When sufficiently boiled it was poured ( oral cavity) and two openings, the Building Material "YouBuy'Epi"-"IServe'EB
U.'T. There were seven classes fortattoos Into earthen Jars shaped! like an Inverted mouth (anterior opening and the OYSTERS Cooked an yon like then wktl.

( six for mares and two for haystack and holding about double gill opening (posterior dpen- CHARLESTON, S. C. you between wait.6 a.Setvedl.AllStyIe.aadat.Ubo.r.m.and 11 p. m. ,
fridtox. and there were a number of ne hundred and thirty-three poundsf Ing Muscular force Is applied to expand 'Sun .. re-hinenU. Cold Drink and Cigars
yaps and special prizes as well Thereire ) sugar. In the bottom was an orl- and contract the oral cavity. But The, Tropical .: ,. Largest Factory South. WILL MELT03'S 2ESTiDBiIT,

also hrwHlcW prizes thirteen In lee two inches In diameter, over which no such direct application 'of muscular : Send for Prices. Olive Street Wvt Palm D ckIF
stallions and mares, and straw filter was placed before the I
4HBir, for i force Is needed to open and close the, ,
nrofor pMI.,..with fret prizes oUtO iyrnp was poured In. These Jars are die anterior and.posterior openings. '
It .*<.&. This U certainly an Incentive called Pllones,. and they rest upon an This is dond, automatically by the -
!.r farmers to raise strong and sound earthen crock holding twelve quarts, branchlostegal valves in the gill
inwht borne and an example that which receives the molasses. .. Ing (or posterior opening) and by open-the I T.EET'I
!it would be well to follow' In thU coun After the sugar has stood in the maxmlllnry and mandibular breathing Inh Deotrtmenf THE I MY SPECIALTIES :

try.' clones for some weeks It Is emptiedDto calves In._ the, mouth nn I"V.nln o lr\.. _nnAB.....>t.'_ "" .... ....._.... ... ..... - --w
a > mats and divided into three parts, or opening .The -fish Is thus not required .J -r- '
b 1U..Kd 1..1. n-PIIC. I according to color depending on drain- FANCY GROCERIES. f fa
to use separate muscles to close FAMILY
Cosmos U. Emlle Mason.trrno '
A writer Id The top third Is fairly light the CORNER
ige. and open the passages, but the loss of ..
Bast Indian dugong ,
l' .. that for or niddle third is quite dark and the bottom due to friction and CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS
matin U the natural foundation for :; third looks like tar. The energy retarded .
and
I
top FANCY TEAS AND COFFEES.
and trtvtn momentum on the valves must.be' ad-
nereld.
of sirens 1
the
myths
I!,| Diddle thirds are sun dried and Jed to that required to expand and contract -, Prints Heads':''
.. A ffuute dungong recently cap- 1 jacked in mAts for shipping: ; the lower Letter GROCERY FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETJU
ttrvd IB the lied Fea bat a head and t the oral cavity. It Is simply ,. .
1 I. bIrd: is stored in a mat and redrained mechanical such '. BLES IN SEASON. '
Mint whldt. when seen at some UtUaU i economy as U foundin Note Heads '
Such sugars are worth from 1% to 2H
the heart
taw*. might be taken for a nier.suUL I eats a pound. according to grade. '
The Umstln has also a vibrant The molasses Is sold to be manufactured Statements NEW STORE NEW GOODS COURTEOUS TREATMENT;:
port. Rlee't Cnkunwa .
roice and them two combined make apenal II Flora.Flora \ ,
Into While
rum. we were thp.reher
,
of Porto ..
Rico to'
base for the theory which the are next nncnown. Busiaess Cards>
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: were emptying the molasses into t
.
.
.
The Spaniards laid '
never : '
writrr baa advanced. with a good in Immense 'tank In a boat to be -undertake a sjudy energy of- Bill Heads 1'roinpt Free Delivery on Both Sides of the Lake.
elaboration.Aa
> deAJ'I't
lansported to the distillery. With Porto Rico flora and they 'distrusted ..
t Mgsl Ws ..co.... Ckial..r: inch primitive methods it would note foreign scientists who they thouzht, And all kinds of Fine Stationery
pay way to clean a chimney of I ) possible to do much In the United might: be .harboring revolutionaryrde : J. F. OLIVER, Proprietor.
loot hid bwn d111t'Ob1 a Maine States, but here they can work at s signs tinder the guise of the savans.
j *_II. lmt 4 le chimney and probing: with "'till. he I'I twelve to eighteen months old when liberal bribery..of the Spanish offl- Are You .Supplied;. :t ;: ". .
)Xtiu at the Uttoin. There an opens I rinding begins, and is very rich in :Ials did succeed In making a' limited ;' ATTENTION MERCHANTS!

ts made, and be fires upward a revolver -I accharlne matter.As urvey..ycyl collection of the flora. One it. .t
charged with a blank cartridge.rbe 'r a rule, only one crop of cane is of them was Herr Schwacneke, who ,

cuacttiuion. it U said will clean ,, )btained from a planting. This ap- visited Porto Rico in lS'.Ithe( other, Give ns a Trial Order .... THE MI3MI BOTTLING WORKS''
>ut the soot lie also cUlms that the ;eared>> so contrary to our knowledgef Herr Slnternis. who went partially!

turning of a piece of vine l In a store ) cane in the,United States and Cubalhat over the islands about twenty years ,', Is prepared to deliver, EXPRESS PREPAID, to all responsible parties
sent char the stove and Its funnel of I made careful Inquiry among ago. The studies of these two men -. .
I wners of sugar estates In Manila and about all POP GINGER
loot comprise that Is known of BOTTLED SODA, ALE, etc.,
statement'was'
:be confirmed,
except Porto Rico flora. It is
n. r.r.e nM..." Db...... ipon new and rich land, where themne jome of the rarest orchids believed in the'world that And 'We Will Patronage of 'Dade County Merchants! Solicited aad SatUfictlt.n. Gainiutd._
[k.' Tbomss Oliver of England who is allowed to rattoon for several .
tern Instigating the cause Ire growing unknown in the interior ELLA NO MIAMI. Tn
us rears. sf Porto Rica There are luxuriant ( CAS'I Prop. FiA.
tf the -rompna etl-alr dlHcane. Climatic conditions tft'larence
In the Philip. tree palms one hundred -rt-
feet
In
height
Uch so tl'P1\Jt'nt11arl"t'ta! workers InaiMHHia lines are exceedingly favorable to the rich ferns gorgeous flowers ,
lot
all de-
has come to the conclusion >rodnctlon of sugar and rice. The en- icriptionR. banana ,
:tat It is due to the lacrvased solution rmous and uniform rainfall during ther plants. orange, lemon. ,and : U. Miller Miller Longbotham
a the (UMM of the gnats met with la :e spring, summer and fall and the > Please rYqiiM.I ;.

ftS prriilvt air. and tl* liberation off wmparatively dry" weather during the H th. Slat De.n. '. :' r. S. B. MILLER & CO.
there errs after the person escapes winter, when the cane Is harvested The use of slates has been forbidden "

yep the romprvssed.,, atmoxphtre.w ,. ire' considerations of the utmost ,IJD in the schools of'Zurich Switzerland, -Eala1tlbh.d .& -
>
L Tb i4 Columbia-bu yielded more Mitance to the sugar producer. Some ind pen. ink and paper have been sub- ",.:. '. .,.. .' '. -WHOLESALECommission -.
nay be disappointed by the fact that itituted. even In the. lowest forms. The
wealth tbaa say other river In the nly one crop Is made from each rasons'given are that the light :

uri4 Its vast schools of salmon < Wanting, but It mutt: be borne In mind mark of the pencil on the slate gray" ..., Fish Dealers.
eartriwd thoaMixIs of men and can 4
MV :bat then lauds hate own cropped'or sot be followed without straining ; .
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rlvpa lymeot peo hundreds of )year without fertilizI : that the
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Mwrlra and was taken to England ng uiethMS -, lets an easy flowing, handwriting
a the arty MM of the sixteenth ceuthen > of extraction tie sugar production more difficult to attain and that the .'? POMPANO, RED .MAPPER. GREEN TURTLE ETC.'
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LESSON VISECOND QUARTER. INTERNATIONAL (;awl, Dog and M.ruaThe '. :,,, .,- '

.. SERIES, MAY 7.' sparrows on the roof were making -. ':. .

= a great disturbance and their twit ':- :..< .. CUT PRI'CESAT
Commste Wm.. ,
by K. FWte.-SabJ.U occasional of dis- .
innings, with an note J-, ,
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'1'... Vi..';.. the.BrmachM, ".Ia.lll1- tress, drew the attention of a man to .,' .T ;'.",_' :/",. \
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+ 11-Uoldea 'I'.XII I mm the v.... Y. are the window. It was the old story. fiver -

the Bnaeko, _pan J.h. 161. 101. six of the tiny brown rowdies were f f

Matthew. 'II lft0iemmlt TerM 6-S. hectoring one of their.companions, .
MY LITTLE "NRVE" whirs darted hither and thither to escape J
"I'am the true Tine and my Father bills and f
the torments of sharp
A demure silent the'lass U the husbandman." battering wings.- The victim secured a THE BOSTON
It is Christ the true : .
through Tine <' <: .: STOREt
I very often we; corner and proceeed to put up a brave ; -
that the divine life "is in
KM U the dearest queerest girl- reproduced fight but It was of no avaiL' One of .. ..
all bin members and Is spreading over
lIer name la Prudence Lee. the; little rascals darted up In the'air.,
the whole earth. Dr. tiumhart says,
and then like flash swooped down
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"This lesson furnishes us with the material .
My little Prue is quaint and prim; for beautiful and instructive and drove the victim from the position' MARCUS FRANK, Manager. .
8be of stock of and the battle be- '
cornea Pilgrim ; vantage, unequal -
nature study; or rather, a study of.
Her father was a'member of spiritual truth from one of nature's gun 'anew, nor did it end until the object MRS. A. HANDELSMAN Proprietor.
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TIM band at Plymouth Rock. pulpits." of their wrath was pecked and .
the Father battered to death. But their enmitydid
While Jesus Is the vine
She always wean a long plain dress, is the husbandman, which is Indeed a not end alone In death, for they
Of aocabmt, darkest hue; "symbol of God's love and care for battered away at the remains until the- : Whilldin Block
the
!From cnderoeat her large, brown man stepped upon the roof and rescuedthe ,

hood s.He is the vine we are the branches. inanimate bunch of feathers, bravery
Blue eyes peep but'at you: Hugh Macmllllan says: "What a beautiful and bird tragedy and took It to

Dear little Prue of olden time- vine afford and' appropriate of the mystical type does body the of his Why desk had for the examination.sparrows. killed' their *- .h' INDIAN HIM AND LAKE WORTH STEAMBOAT SERVICE

80 full of artless grace, Christ., Each .mem ef, has his own once companion. He laid the dead '

Dow well lore Jo alt and gaze personality, his own individual exist- bird upon his palm and gave it a minute -BKTWgBNTlTUSYILLEi _.
Oa tar fair sweat face. ance; and yet, living or dead he Is regarded examination. The tips of the wings Columns of I' ;--
as a branch of one common and tail feathers as well were dyed a ; RQCKIED6E, JENSEN AND PALM BEACH.

The fare that long has ceased to mileThe stock-a component and Integral part brilliant scarlet This was not blood '."

witching: eyes of blue; of one tree. The same bond unites for the coloring had dried. It was CONDENSED SCHEDULE, !
Oh, nothing more Is left of her, each to all the same sap pervades all; paint The bird In his flight bad evidently ., On and after <
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My bonny little Proe thesame life animates them all Christ dashed against some fresh and \ Tuesday February 1899. :

is not the trunk, nor the branches .but moist paint and thus oramented Its -SOUTH i BOUND.-
For she Is but a i>lcture now-, the whole vine; they are members of naturally plain plumage. The enmityor :, ., : ',-
A < hlld of bygone times- His body, of his flesh and of his bones. Jealousy, or call it what you will, TI ." ,:.. Leave Titusvi.le, daily except Sunday and Wednesday, '.00 p m

Wbo now Is lookUig down at me "Cambridge Bible" says:,"There Is a impelled its companions to destroy it <, ";: Arrive Rockledge, 630 pin

From far.and: fairer cllmea. curious play of words In sound between forthwith. Mayhap it made mentionof Leave Titusville, daily except Sunday and Wednesday, 4.00pm
taking away (babel) ofthefruit- Its new plumage, was proud or
THE FLOATING NEEDLE. less branch and the purging (kath vainglorious; who can sayJ! But as It .- Arrive Jensen, Daily except Monday and Thursday,' 10.00am

stroll of the fruitless branch." "In the was more beautiful its companions Leave Titusville, MondaysTuesdays and Fridays, 4.00pm

lm .Method at--, This East dressers wash the leaves and put it out of their way. Arrive Palm Beach following day, 2.30 p m i"
nz.e.uag Simple
shoots and tendrils and clusters'.each Horses and cattle know nothing of ,
llltl Tileh.It by themselves in turn, so as to clear selllshness. A cow If it finds a fine TROPICAL ----NORTH BOUND.-
Is off the dust and mold." for will and draw
an accepted theory that a solid spot feeding not go :
k meUIllc body cannot float on the surface The.word "clean" in the third verse Its pasture companions to the nice find, Leave Palm Beach, Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays9.00ara

t of water. Tike needle and be Is the same as "purge" In the second but Jf they perchance follow the cow Arrive Titnsville, following day, 12.30pm

sore' that it U devoid moisture and verse. Peloubet says, "The fruit Is will share it with them and never de- Leave Jensen, daily except Thursday and Saturday 8.00 pta
perfectly dry. Gently place It carefullyon the faith love, and obedience referredto ter them from feeding.' The horse possesses Arrive Titusville
the surface of the water, remove so often in the last lesson. It In- equine brotherhood for whenit I daily except Sundays and Mondays, 12.30 p m

the Land Just as carefully and if yon cludes aU the fruits of the Spirit- finds a good plat to nibble It will I ... SUN Leave Rockled edaily except Sundays and Wednesdays, 9.00 p m

are fortunate the needle will be seen love, Joy peace! long suffering etc. nelgl. and thus call Its mates to Its ; .' 1 Arrive Titnsville,* .f a 12.30pm

floating as if It was a bit of wood In (GaL 522,20It: ) includes the Ten Commandments side to enjoy and have a good time at ." .
sired of Heel If the hand Is not very and the Beatitudes; and the'feastTh : H. GAILLARD, Mgr., T. T. REESE Agt., CHAS. DAVIES, Gen. Agt

all the Sermon on the Mount It In- '.;. b ors.""...an d cow are a Uk a" .....nan".........- ..' St Annstin e 1 1:1... ... P a 1 m Be ach. Fl... Tattl5V,.,_:. .I'a.....
3 eludes all labors for the conversion of lab but the former is a creature of
E souls and for blessing of mankind. It in the animal .
higher grade kingdom
JI Is not measured by results, the .;. ;- '
hence is to call its mates to'share .
prone ',
I amount of money given the numberof its good things. Food in the Florida East
souls saved, as we are too often manger, or provided and put there by Coast Ry.
Inclined to measure\ fruits; but by thelove
man has a different effect Few CLAIM
of obedience the''graces the
Y+ horses and as few,cows wil poke their TIME TABLE 1\0.20. IN EFFECT APSlL 11, 1890.
devotion which lead to these outward
muzzles into the same manger with- .....
results In Christ's words
as we see "
about the widow's two mites." out resisting the efforts of a companion SOUTH BOUND (Bead Den). NORTH BOUND (Bd t1p).

"1 am the Tine, ye are the branches.He to do likewise. This is neither o S3Daily HoSS' STATIONS.NoW&S

1 that abldeth in me, and I in him j selfishness nor greed. The horse and It'ls'.The Exu I D r lKi 1

i the:' same bringeth forth much, fruit; cow both possess cleanly do tastes like as to to /' 8 l as Leave ... ...................Jacksonville........................Arrive l'iil3,a
i for without me ye can do nothing." deeding, and they simply not ,j. .. 4 Sup .1Arr1y..................:.....St..ABfustine........................Leave ttl&f68Up //8e
y1 I:. All of God's promises are conditlon- have the nose of their fellows In their 485p 111*;U.v........................Jit.Augustine.; .......................Arrive a 40*
1 repast I lop 1111181| ...................:.... Bastion ..........................1Aaye l&ip I04A100H
al. but the conditions are easily met The vagrant dog that finds a backyard i op bSa Antre.......'" .......'..........1'aJ&tA....,.,.,....'........... T' ,
f The to forth
l power -ability bring of plenty or a servant with a soup l fruit is all his children
E I and the promised to condition kindly disposition and a plate of food 'Tup lisp\ ............. ...... Sao M teo.Learr *

la that we only abide requirement In him,or and this la will generally noise the good news > TIupTdOp' 7 a*,Leave.laoaUate.........................ry.ban M teo....................... ..Arrive. : i s 1

about, and their canineshlps will rejoice BEST. ....................... Eftrt Falatka........................Leare T' a 4sa
an absolute necessity tor we all know life a ......................... .OraondL........................ to .4P 'Ua
I II I I the truthfulness of the statement and follow the lucky generous, 'I! fUp 10l fl ......N..................Deyto&a....*....................?. I Up
f ''Apart from me'ye can do nothing. and whole-hearted guide forthwith to 'SJp 11 ". .......................Port Orange................... .. I41p rat
In be is cast the lack yard of plenty and kindly l4p flip .......:;...............New 8m yra.............. ..... .ate
"If.a man abide not me. t {asp: 21sP\ M ......................i Oak*Clli UU... ...............-.-.....-..-. '''
r forth as a branch and Is withered; and dispositions servant They may tight 'tip II6PI .. .........:................TitusviLle........................ 8ai I
men gather them, and cast them Into and enarl and jaw over the food and ...... 12ePI ..*.e***........._.......Ctty Poi '.......................<..M. l tSp ......
the fire and burned." each will try to get the most But '& ...... 184p1 .". .................. .;........Cocoa. ........... ............ .. 1 .....
they.are ...... ........................-, ckledgi:........................ .. I tl .....
Prof. Ol'1mmond.RaIl. : "Do: Dot dog will not sneak away from Its companions ...... 409p418p ......................... Ban Game ........................ l .......
Imagine that yon have got these to enjoy a good meal without: ...... .,:.. :;...,...!....!..-.1lelboum............ ... .......... 1I6la ....
things beeaURt'. know how to get Informing the others of the fact. Cats Advertising:: ...... 457p _......:..:.:......:.......Hoeesnd.......................... : YOas. :....
YGU .... ....... .... .. ... ..
R |9.PStlp ... ... Sebastian.*.................... .... 11 Mt .. .
them. As well try to teed upon a are selfish and never fall to steal away ...... .". ..*.;.*.*......... .8t. Lucie. ...................... .. notelOlfe ...... .
TLOATtKO TBX JTEEDLE. j cookery,book." Because a branch their food and eat it Jn seclusion. No .' ...... .15\11\ I .................."IC.Port Pieroe'.V.Arrive. ...................... 11 vas .._
the bmdleciiD be lowered to tht had the life of- the vine flowing consider ...... II ........................ ... Edo ............................ 10 ..
Steady once cat would ever stop to the ....... 4p58p w ........................... Jensen ........................... ::... '
water by two loops of thread -or on through it: aDd 'at one time did ,bear most famished condition of a companion ...... !\ / .. ..... .. .. ...... ........................ tuOSaiSfi. .....
the prongs of.a fork, falling In either fruit It does not' ave It from being when about to go to Its dinner. ...... TMp: .. .....::...::...::......:HosSt-artnd......................... ......
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when it has become lisp Jupiter. .............. 19a:! ....
of them methods, place the needle ont gathered by men, .j. ...... 819p848p ...,..................Yfert Palm Beach..................... ...
F pta of cigarette paper, which yon withered and being cast Into the tire Has Here TOT Than Any tyber Boy., .. 88<''P .. .. ....... .... Boyntoa.Delray ....... ... ........... 8 in.Hi.
ate** oa the water As soon as the and burned. A "withering" Is sure 'The most original collection of toys' {. .. ....:..:::.:..;....:....:.. ..:.,... .......... : .....
to take place where the cares of life MEDIUMWEEKLY ....' S7p ......................Fort Landerdale::.........:...... .. .. *
paper becomes saturated It sinks to on record belongs to Dudley U. Dorr.a ..... ... ... ..... T .. .M*
10p" .... ... Lemon City...... ............. 5 ...
to bottom but the needle remains crowd out, the love of God. or where fourteen-year-old boy living in East ...... II> ............................Miami..........?...............<. es0. .:...
ftoating placidly on the top. disobedience, even In little things, ..Interfered Boston. The boys father takes pleas BETWEEN NEW SMYRNA AND ORANGE CITY JUNCTION.lua.Lv .
with Christian growth.In lire in buying Dudley the most nnimiA f n. .
Pots the seventh verse ID another promise -rulliL '. o. BIottj STATIO. S. j No. .1 a
nllippl. made upon a certain .condition: playthings to be Among hlacolllection .. .. dipile ......... ........ New Smyrna...................... / '
< Iprek1Dr of Toonters they are the is a summer house wule /03pII1 asI .............. ......."""Lke Haven "".... : ....:.Ltt!10p1 /5 p d
aatlve dog In the rhlllpptneo. The Inhabitant "We will get: what we aak"or.lf'weabide out of a horse-car, a miniature ferry ;, 411p 115Ial ....................... range City! ..................... ... lY tUp 4a;,i ,
pet and coddle them smooth In him. It we thus l' system modelled exactly on that of Of 4 Ar.......... .. ...(range city Junetion.................... 1165a 4 tB t

down their plumage clean their combs, will auk amiss know bll1'this will.being and! true 80 II_ Ttastnn't ferry Vn.irtiiieut.. ... and r' ft.' per' : Any. All trains between New Smyrna and Orange Citj Juncuoa Daily except rn y. 1 ,
or l't'U out their tall-feathers to make ; '
not get the things which w, It KEY WEST AND HAVANA. ?
theta fight, to:tbt>lr hearts content and +
will be because! : in, some-w.* we do ;
it II a fart that these cacklinggUwi: not abide as we should for the promise The steamers of the Florida East Coast Steamship Company are appointed to tail ig ronoWJ i

Mtm really seem to show affection' Is mire; It you abide in him. and 6te.mrr Clty of hum M amt, 11:30 p. m.. nestays and Friday. Amr Kef
for their (proprietors II great meat- his words abide7 yon "it shall be K.y Wr" tv Wrat 1:30 p. m. Wednesdays and Satnrdays. Traia 85 connect i
are u they exhibit hatred for their with steamer.
and from K
done unto yotl""Iler'ein y I
brothers. Every native has his fighting Is Father that h. Wmt; mca From Key West 3:30: p. m. wedneadayi and Saturdays Arrive. -
my glorified: utemib:3ostn.TharsdayRant3nnda .
It connecting with tr. I 15. ,
cock wbkb la reared with the great-
ye bear much fruit; so shall ye be m"dilldpll'tl. PAPER bt.. 31-
cct care until he has shown sufficientpmrrtt mkap Front Miami 4 m EL. Mondays and Thursday. Arrive Key
amt to a.d West 7 p. m. Mondaya ana TbandaTS. Leave Key West 9
to entitle him to an entrance Bearing ranch fruit Is a test of discipleship from Mavaas acme da).. Arrive Havana fl a. m. Tnegdajt ab4 Frida7a .. p. m.
into the cockpit In case of fire the that not only 'shows to the \ touching at From Havana sailing direct for Miami. 11 a m. Tneadaya
rooster U the lint thing rescued and world but also brings a blessed con; 4 I K-y.Wftt; and Friday Arrive Miami a. m. Wednesdays and Saturday
removed to A place of safety, for babte4omnxm > IIC'IODtinl'IIR to our own souls, that ware I SSoulbb'innA. connecting with train 7H.

luxuries la the FhlUptdaM abiding in the true living vine! and These Tune TablN show the times at which train and boat may be expected 10 arnre ac4
-are a secondary consideration so numbered among "The branches depart from th, several station* and port, but their arrival or departure at the ton.
Stated Is not guaranteed nor does the Company hold itself respoludble for delay
In TheTATE any or aay
and more easily duplicated than the which are the means through which eomaequeacse arising therefrom. .
feathered biped.! God bestows his choice fruits upon A TOY tCJJCH WAGON For copy of local time card call at 238: West Bay Street.Jacksonville,or address '

f It H almost impossible to walk along men. The branches are the conductors fectly equipped night-lunch wagon. 6 J.P. BECKW1TH,'Traffic Manager. J. D. RAHXKB. A.Q. P. *.
a any street la the suburban part of the of God's life and blessing." feet long and fitted up with the full St. :Angnntine. ...

tftVftwItbont seeing dozens of satires "As the Father, hath loved me, so set of kitchen utensils of a regular
trudging along with roosters under have loved you; continue ye In my lunch wagon. This cart Is decoratedIn ,
their anna which are being talked toe lore.". white and gold has stained-glasa

aM petted to'distraction.' At every Pelouhet says: : "This Is a marvelous windows, and is drawn by a Shetland \
ether little roadside hut Impromptu statement of the measure and pony Among the boy's other odd Of FLORIDA. ;
battle will be going on between two quality of Christ's love for us. It Is playthings are a tiny railroad station,
bird of equal or unequal merit, the true warm personaL""If with trains and tracks. and models of

two proprietors holding their respective ye keep my commandments ye steamships, Ice-wagons and perambulators SUBSCRIBE FOR THE SUM
roosters by the tails In order that shall abide In my love; even as I have .r! '

they may not come Into too close quarters kept my Father's commandments, and ''. :. Y
The eotk.pltl..wbere gatherings abide In his love. For Bays and Girl. 'I'.feleessaa s a a
art held on Thursdays and Sundays, : The Ron and the Father' were one. In the spelling game a prize Is givento .
art Urge Indosnres covered with a and so he could ensly keep the Fa the best speller, and a wooden spoonor
roof of thatch sewed Into a framework ther1 commandme>ta. Even so It Is other booby prize to the worst The
of bamboo; they are open on all sides, with n*. If we love Jesus. we can easily words to be spelt should be writtenout

tad banked op with tiers of rude seats keep his C'Ommudmt'nts. clearly on slips of paper with the

%.. that nrroond a sawdust ring In the "These things" tre spoken that we definition added below; and all placed Ocean Steamship Company ;
) centre. Outside the gates of the flimsy might be free In hi|. and have the loy In. a lox on the table round which the Advertisingl'
J that comes to the I parts of those who players are seated. The to '
ttrvcture alt a moIlrowd of women person "
young and old selling eatables whose "let the blessed si alight In." More start the game draws out one of the "SAVANNAH LINE: ;
than that he to have the"fnlnesa I
s us
wan at random
the
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dart greasy texture beggars description papers pronounces,
e while here and there in the open I of love" bat Is enoyed and word distinctly and reads out the de- I' Sheet Florida 1
retained by those who yield them- RatA j
{parse a mnnlft of natives will be srlv. _Anltf._*-vr The player seated next t/v.w ---- -- -
tag their respective roosters sort' of selves fully to Go*, him, spells the word. It she does so To New York .And :Boston. ,

preliminary trial with each other. AI *>...r...,..". of th. firent. correctly she takes the paper draws ,
the show goes on Inside, shoots and another and pronounces It, and reads A Short Bail Ride
It Is said before i very one of his important ,. to Savannah, Thence i
applause resound at every opportunity the definition to the next neighbor;
battles Nat pleon would throw
-K tad at the dose of the performance a dice to see whett.- was going to but if she misses the word the one pronouncing A Short Sea Voyages '
molt'tod of two-wheeled gigs carry oft lose or win. A del )' lon vhlcn caused it spells It aloud and placesit 1 Will be Sent, on Application. >
the victors with their spoil, while the him great suffering: was the "red men" by itself. This continues round the Sailing from Savannah:

losers trudge home through the dust he alway saw gc ng to battle with table the papers being drawn In turn 5 Ships Each Week 5 .
till the comes back to the starter. .
M fOOt him. He feared Di ember 2 as an unlucky game ,
Itay.l.oulll No one Is allowed to try twice to spella : .

A Clever ...t.... XI of Fr ;ice was a firm believer word. Each player keeps his own V :.' All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with sailing schedules. Write for ben. i
baa Tarshall to the cleverest trick In signs and omens. It was be pile of correctly spelled words and as ,,t. ;;: :
.. ell information sailing schedules, stateroom reservation call
bt&tsm In private life. Ills rounds be or on
accomptlsb-
who. when the pret action of an astrologer many may played as agreedon ,-
meats are endless. For he to ,the that. beautif.7 woman a friendof at the beginning of the game. The ; E. H. HINTON Traffic Manager, WALTER HAWKINS, Fla. Past Ajjt.,
price pet of little Edith Parshall. of the king's, wouli die was fulfilled prize goes to the one who has spelt I '.. i/ Savannah Ga. Jacksonville PIa.
Chicago, who has carefully trained had tin unlucky n in brought before the best To people who get InterestedIn rt. :: < 6-10-98
blat sntfl be II a most accomplished him'and ordered tty courtiers to throw this game it affords a great amountof -

Drawing-room performer. him from the want )w. As the older amusement often those who feel '. ,r:.::: ( .

lie Ue en his back on a tumble wa about to be put Into execution: the quite confident about the spelling of a -- ':,.' Indian River Nurseries
plays dead and comes to life at the' king with a sneer aid to the astrologer word being those who make the most 1I I 1

word of command catches the family : "I suppose ytn can tell me the amusing mistakes. Budded Citrus Trees of every variety on Sour Orange aid Lemon Stock; ale fnQ
flies and jumps a rope. He climbs a date of mown dtath." I line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to this sectio, including
toy ladder II an expert wire-walker "Sire." said the rulck-wltted man. I "I Just think mamma Is an' awful i Budded Mangoes 50 Varieties of Crotons, 25 Varieties of {

tad la equally happy when turned up "I shan have the honor of dying just gossip,"' said 6-year-old Walter to his 0-098 Palms Roses, Strawberry Plants, Pineapple Slips, Etc.
aide down for with bla toes In the ahbe I three days beft". your majesty!rNpedlra sUter. "Oh. how can you say such a t h ,
to h was not throw JOHH B. BEACH Proprietor :- WEST PALM BEACH
Ua tike a fashionable.feathered.bat say thing( "Everything I do she runs FW.
Hi EdiUft bonny ted from the wndow. and tells papa." :

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r 4 I 'SERMON / PAINEAt Naked and clothed me 'I lick SCHOOL 1 ,
;.,. 1 1i OF .REV. 8. ,D. ye ; ,was -"" -,=
aad.ye; visited me;I iris in prison and ; .

I tame unto me." Then shall the ;, ..-:
i tNiiisr. the west Stan Congrectt Ml Cft.rth, r Befolar Moataly ." ::' :./ '.'
'Sunday Nlsht, April .SOU. righteous say Lord when saw we Thee I Lad
an hungered and fed Thee or thirsty : ;

nd Thee drink? When ,
gave
saw we .
,
"And Jesus said unto them, 'T1 il day WEST PAW -
.is salvation come to this home, for as thee a stranger and took Thee in. or The regular '. ,
:
much, as he also is a son of Abraham.For or iu prison and came unto Thee?" And r

fu the Son of Man is come to seek and the King shall answer and say unto Board .was ,held ,-

to save that which is lost.'. "-Luke ix, I''I ackson, A. W.
them "Verity I.say nnto you Inasmuch
9-10 z. T. Merritt r
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and 'I as ye bare done it unto one of the least .
'And Jesus entered passed ntendent 1
f<> these my brethern have done it
ye
through Jericho," says Luke at the commencement "AU schools in
unto me." Not one word about Churchor .
of the chapter. Jericho oc after as a rule,
Creed. This is Christ the incarnate
by
a
copies prominent place in Bible history cannot at this
9 Son of God. Think He would
yon,
: Fourteen hundred and fifty years I, report on the

I before Christ was born Joshua captured dtttie.us.? are not all in. 'j
Do you want a definition of religion?
1 it. It was a great strongl.old and com hold an .
The onl'one ia the Bible? Come with me
manded the way to the possession of should hare

Canaan as did Gibraltar: the way to the James 1st Chapter ayth verse.. Is there ished in the

Mediterranean Sea. anything about creed? Listen,."Pure 'Visited

Moses is d'eadGO summoned him religion, and undefiled before God and
!\ gated the trouble
: Father is this: to visit the Fatherless
( tme' to the top of Pisgah ; he looked over the ommend that
and the widows in their affliction and -I'
silver-winding Jordan upon he rich for for the present
to keep himself from the
lands of Canaan, and died. God buried unspotted' : b obtained_to I
world." Who .find fault with the
can :
him in the valley of Moab. Joshua, the 'The following '
religion of Jesus Christ ? If yon have a '''
Son of Nub, takes command of the Isrteltish to pay teachers
:
PRESENTMENT? OF GRAND JURY substitute bring it along.A *.
hosts. They are encamped tla the months' salaries :
few words on the Mission of Christ
banks of the Jordan. The day comes tp 23-Ada F.),
I. Ute ,.. Came He came to save the lost*. Did you ever
.
The melted in the .
H *enth Judicial cross. snows have : M-Edith Banter .
lost child? &1,- ..
Uttlet or bad Coaiity, Ma-, mountains; it is the spring time; the we a our sympathy' goes out 223-JeanBette *, krctoc.
to him. A lost man or woman? How 120-Mva O'Neal II .'clack.
May Term, 1SUO.TV valleys are flooded. The crossing of the
sad !II knew a young man, a graduate ofa 2:17-,1.R. 1 Hette en
Jordan seems a dangerous feat at that
228: -Primo cola
great college,with brilliant f or etch
lf // He took to drink, fie went down step bystep 23< -, .LDavis,
of saW Court. carry a small box two feet wide and
till:>ociety said "a lost man;" You 231-('.. A.Adams.
We, the Grand Jurors of Dade County four feet long ; it.contains some precious may be lost to the church or to society 232-.V L.Jackson .

for lot May term of 1899, beg to report ; r lica.. The waters part; the great mnl. let me tell )'ou. man or woman, when the 233-Annie D. "
titnde of men, women and children 234-AnnteM. Suiday
t- That we have carefully examined church or society are lost. o(
says you 235-J. K.June cor.
without fear or favor all matters:. follow; they climb the opposite banks.: Christ, the incarnate God, says "I cameto 336-Harriet; L SMa....
A few miles in front walled
is Jericho a '
.
brought to our knowledge, and >n cases. save came all the from 7-LoutiH '
yon; : way at aj e
where the evidence .at. city; it must he captured.! The .army; 238-1In.0.B.8t. ,Petit
we thought
Heaven; you are not lost; look to me
matches around it,beaded by the priests, ::8 weeUand
rattled such action we found true bill and live. "
the seventh time 210-,1, Eo ry. '
seven days at seven
The report of the various committees ; Moody,tells the following anecdote. 241-Eutb r

U examine the books of the several officers they march around the city, the priests The governor of a western State made up ( Lea,M
blow the rams' horns the shout meet
of the County will be found. attached people hk mind to pardon five prisoners who J 13-Eugene Lee, ..' prayer
the ,,'a.> fall; Jericho is captured. ,The 2--Mamle M. : er-
hereto. had been in the prison a .
vkissliu-les great many 345-Maade Uee, el each
city passed through
recommend the County Clerk to since then. many the Roman )'ears. The day came to read the 24&-Jaa.C. HarrlM .the....vea-. .....
notify Justice 'of the Peace to send all Pompey genoral pardons: all the prisoners were assem- 247-Luln Angevine would b* ;
= captures it; the eagles of Rome .d
E 24H-Addle Lee llefp.'j
IB cases brought before them. bled in the All
papers chapel. were ttrribly 1 : be held at '
float from its walls. The Mohammedans 249-N. W. bmhh.
allobe recognisances oT witnesses, as take it; the crescent floats today from excited, hoping to be one of,the number: 230-P.M. I at I n r M. '; j

the law requites; The chaplain called out. "Reuben: Johnson 251-11'l'lle .. Factor.
the walls of the old city. A
We would recommend the County come to the front and get jour par. 332-Ro Forrey.
What interests me most in Jeribo isthi
Commissioners to consider whether the don," an old man who had been over .258-Dollte RJebal'\l .. :
parable of the, geod Samaiitan. It 254-Willie M.Ot "
coat a physician to attend eighteen in looked around
appointing( years prison,
has built more hospitals, founded more 232-AdaF. &' Snxljy
MI the Poor of the County, or persons in more"char.. but did.not move._ It was Reubej; Hethought 25 -Editi: Hunter 10 a. ...
orphan asylums, distributed : .
prayer
the Conntv, charge by the jnonth or it was some other man by that 23T-Jeaalll"tte
tiles than other teaching in
would cost the County less than any any name. Will Reuben Johnson come for. 25 -Xita Oneal.
year, ,
religion on the fate of the earth. It has 258-rLella Faria. 1.
by the visit. ", ward and his pardon the chaplain .. .
paying one _. .: killed much bigotry and will kit' much get :360-WUlle M. '
I;
W. mould iofoim the County Com'ttUioaers called again. Reuben looked all about, 261-.1. E. Joaea. 8tfc. there
more. It teaches that the Jew, the Sunday
that the road at or near Gown got up staggered to the front took his 262-Eugene Lee. : ; at a i>. so_
Buddhist the Mohammedan, the Brahmin
Fla Is in a very bad condition in pardon, sank back in his seat overcome. 26S-Mannfe M. "' ..
the Roman Catholic the men and
204-Addle Lee
fact anpastable and should be repaired.We women outside all churches and all That pardon depended on good character 263-F. M. ;

have not received the report of the Christ came to save the worst. asO-Bath EP 49,
religious beliefs are our neighbors and .
'Sheriff u be states that, owing to the God don't love you because you belongto 267-Anule Curry ,
we are under 'obligations to ,help every ..
of business be had not had time the church or because good iift8-Irene -
are
preMurc jou lly tiftteO.\
human being when he needs it. and lift 3 tt-J. H. DavU ,
to make out bis report. but because you are His child, and co
him up when down. Let me tell the 270-Luiu D .C C ,
W* trader thanks to your Honor, and story as Christ the incarnate God told it mother ever loved her boy or girl as God :a71-Lontoe : s 4 97

to tIM Stales Attorney for the kindness loves you. Come and be saved to-night 272-Dollle
in his day to rebuke Phariseesim and
Shown us, also thank to the various offices .. ( : his client -
A -
religious formality. man. a Jew, ,
who have attended as.y went down to Jericho. Jericho was down Closing Iraterd8es at Public Schpol.. eloquent ,}

H..iol.fDU,. discharged our duties wee ___-..-; r. tOur On motion the
from Jernsalam; it was a dangerous was one ; .
Mfr to be discharged West Palm Beach School closed
route infested with banditti. He was instructed to upon

JMO. MeKKSNA, H. -MIU.RI1. assaulted, robbed, wounded left to die on Thursday April 27th, with appropriate ports ia the Court re

Secertary, Foreman.We of in closing exerciseaVbich were attended b y recognize thot' \ III' .
in the middle the road He saw .. gave
have examined the books of the the distance a priest belonging to his own almost the entire patronage of tile until further .j",0 I 1 'I i

Tn Collectors office and found that they church, a countryman, and his heart re. School. The following is a program 01 Received from

contained with the receipts held hy him joices; help has come. There were over the exercises : $24 rent, ef hall
Opening Soag"A eriva". .-_.............8choReelUtlon < and .. ;
t row the County \ft'asurer.EDMOND 12,000 priests living at Jericho. The priest -Mary Aon"..._Oracle Moflat February ,

t, MOFFIT. looks at him. says, "Poor fellow!" I ltatluB-"Oar rtab-....?,..._Httu Evan. On motion Mr. ;

May.jrd 1899 Chairman. have no time to assist you I have to offer Recltatlon-fBob Wblte".....m.Harry Sirkl to make the 29, JS99- i

We the committee appointed to il1- some sacrifices in the:temple this morning Recitation-"The it ) etedGutwt.?._?_.. 'Jupiter appointed =

................. ............ Katie Safranek ,i.i 1
Sjct tbe books of the County Treasurer ; I am a little late; Good morning; Boo -"riwFlaa;"..... .?.. _. _..._..:-.& c.ul I tune No. Bloxnam, f.

bate done so, and find same correct so When you get over this atttack come to Recitation-"Toe Land of Story Books"; i On motion Greater _

far as we could ascertain. my church and I will see that you have -_.._ .__._\....... ....-.-.. 1I"lru Chairman were Neb., t

OTTO STYPMAH.iUyjrd proper attention. I am a priest in the Malojtue--BUlle'and Me"........_......... essary work on earnest
..... Uadvftn
Courtney ant Willie
Milburn
1899. Chairman temple at Jerusalem. Good day;" The ltedtaUo.-UrAadl.a' Gla_.__ to have same State ex.

We, ,the Commitee to Inspect Clerks poor wounded man gives up hope. Justat .--.-----... _._JoadeMaJewaki The following of our i

books proceeded to look over them and that time he sees a Levite coming. KecIUtiou-The Mile In tbe MoonCharle"._ today for general s I

found them in a neat condition and, His business is to wait on the Priests, ................................ ,?. Gruber 107-Ljman &' and other
Cooilc Mwtion-"Lisa With tbe Broom"
the things for the putting on came, be
provide
a
oo fir u..e can judge correct. necessary ..._.. ._.J amt.'ilILluQ' 1108-Z.T.

j J. B. MCKBNZIE. temple worship. He looks at his coreligionist Re.hal Ion...........?,?..?..Qullda HappefWi 1109-C.. M. ; columns

May jrd 1899.! Chairman. and pities him, but he says "I itecttattna..._........_................_A lice MUburn cial report fur promi.

have no time t a' look after you; I must ltaUoa-.l.ellrnlo& to Sewn_.__.. ?._ 110-V)Uace R. be pleased
Juno Fla.. May 3. 1899. ..--..-._.';..........._...__.UUu MaekiSoog lilt Xo.ll..._ I
hurry on. or I may be too late for the m in plan
We the committee to investigate the ___.._--..--_...._..Sch<<l 1111-J, W. ."
With of th'epoor of
services. a despair,
and Sheriff's office beg to submitIhUonrrepoit. groan Dialect PIiefo-"Tbe! Llitowo HumorUt" diem .,.....? ._..
Jail fellow resigns himself to die. --.-- .........__...._.Jamea YurborcogbRedtatloo I 1111-A. W.

Soon a man appears m the distance riding -'' be Vain Little Lady" _, :. dleiu...._..__ .... prompt at
We found the Jail In fairly good repair along the rood. The wounded man .???.:.?.-...?.?...??? Maud Burkbardt 1118-E. B. King, will

} but has not been recemtly painted on ac- Concert Exercise ...........Several Small PupIL 1114-Z. T. Merritt
raises his head painfully and sees that it Walwt oa.
of the of removal of the Seleetlna-HKBee-deep In June".. 2115-H. HaoooD
prospect
aunt
C b a Samaritan an enemey; not a .-.......--.--. ._-._..-_Pducpal i
Coi'nty Seat considering the repaintinga countryman; not a coreligionist; And Cloning Son*-"Vacatlon"._ ?.>.._? .School The Board then I It
to the County.
needles' expense in he expects no mercy. Bigotry reigned Prizes were awarded. to the following t 4f
find the prisoners apparent
W! supreme in those days. (There is a littleof papUa. :
accorded Lake Worth
health and are proper :
good it left yet.) He comes near, dismounts For highest grade in arithmetic ((97 ,
in the Jail! and are given
priveltjces lifts his ead on his lap, takes per cent.)-Mazie Waters. .
in the corridor, THt: .
exercise out two bottles of liquid, wine,and oil, For highest grade in spelling ((90 per
received complaints from prisoners } ;
no
We The Wtefo
pours it into the wounds, says kind cent.-Gracie Moffatt.. meeting

as to diet and the building is words to the wounded man, cheers him For highest average: grade jo ,all the president,

fa, good condition. Wli LUlls np, puts him on his beast, takes him to studies (S&ft per .cent.-James) ; Yarborough was responded to

)1y 3. 1Sc}). Chairman the nearer inn, pays two pence,-about tions on "

.. ten dollars of our money-in its pro. Best in attendance and deportmentfor lowed on the life April 6th,
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ducing power-tells the landlord to take the year-Jl ve Waters. ington Irving, fend-
;
Aa Attractive-411 Home-Place. care of him and charge the expense to I I The final examinations show that fairly A large number 5th), The

Speaking of attractive premises in him.Now | good work has been done by the whole tended and took I to any

this town it would be hard to find a says Christ mhich is neighbor to school during the year just past. Please All seemed t ..

residence lot on wnich has been expended the man who fell among theives? They, allow us to say here that for general hon "The"Knick entire ses ;

more time and effort to advantage were forced to acknowledge that I the esty, purity and refinement we'think York issues fol- }.,

than has been on the propertyof- Samaritan was. the character of our. West Palm Beach The following all the

the of Fern Now for the lesson:one good deed done school deserving of the highest commen May 11th : published ,
t J, F. Hopgood, st corner .
Life and
streets t3 a poor man or woman, in the spirit of dation. We wish to say this out of com- will
and
$ )tr.Rosemary. Hopgood has graded a terrace Christ, is worth core: than all tbt sacri j| pliment to our pupils simply because Sackett. the Leg

front ou both street fronts of his lot, fices. all the burning of incense, all the they have truly merited it As teachers, Knickerbocker .

with a quaint corner approach, while ulterings of prayers. The priests and we may only add that we have earnestly!] I Mrs. Moses. can save
the Levite have down eternal done what could Poem-Miss I by
flu lot itself U covered with a Bermuda gone to we to advance the youth

sod with beautiful shrubs of varied kinds ignominy while the heretical Samriatan under our care in every department 01 Woolfort's of names t

scattered here and there. is immortalized forever. human excellence-moral, physical aDd Selections the TAL-

One of the principal attractions of I Am I right? if you doubt it, open your intt'llectual-and we believe our poor : 'the

this place is the covered rose garden. Bibles and read the 25th chapter of Matthew work has borne and will continue to Union and the

Here are blooming, and have been for ; commence at the 3ist *verse. bear, its fruit Respectfully, .

mouths, fully two dozen varieties of Christ gives us the only description of JAMES C. HARRIS. Principal Next Monday for each

rose, many very choice varieties beings Judgement in the whole Bible. We say I Lvu AnGJW.lN, Assistant gregational Sab during the

; the oumber. He was God manifested on earth, if He -- -.a.-----_ a union basket during

The owner of this place is one of this errs we have no reliable teacher. Does Wanted.'Os Boats leave the : i 50 cents

town's belt known young men, and the Christ teach that a man must belong to a ---- I a. m. sharp '

only fault found with him u lh.H he per' certain church to be saved r' Does Christ A good, strong clarinet or cornet schools are 'I ; Til.

remaining a bachelor. Jim He- teach thai a man must observe certain playa who is either
ins la I a painter and sign By order of 1 ;
claws this is not his fault while several religious, rites to he saved? Read: '1 was writer, a baker or a carpenter, to corres

of .r attractive )'OUlIllatUt'I in town are a>&i hungered and ye gave me meat;'I piiidwith s H HAPPERSBTT, .I

nj ully Dative that it is not tl.eir fault was thirsty and ye gave me drink; I ,. Sec'y, Lake Worth Band, .

J nt lhlt e'a muc/tl fur rtfcrwaliui,Juii was a stranger and ye took me ia; West Palm. Beach, Fla. '< i ob Work; .,









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