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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 25, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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Death of S.-S. Untom LIVELY LOCAL LINKS. THE COUNTY TIDINGS The Men Who Are Not Kings. HERE AND THERE } .l


rt .. :k:1 S. S. of Linton, this County '" i ,-v.1 : Written for THE Taotret. Sox. '" j ;J j

.. and Oo-People passed to the "great beyond" Sunday What the Sun's Men Heard In The A Budget of Interesting Items From Tis even so, we know not why, I Scraps of News About This tadand'Dlff nd 0
.. night last. Mr. Linton has been suffering But sure as five and five are ten. '
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. You May or May Not Know. Lively l Local Whirligig. Regular Correspondents. Princes and lords are things apart, erent Things.
; for some time with gastritis ulcer,
The world was made for common men.* .
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e" and his condition had become serious
so I And white the wheel of birth and death

f. .s:..i A .slanf of Personal lums-YUIton lathe that he had made arrangements to leaveon A Mirror of Minor HappaalcBS., Acci Very Carefully' Compiled ant Confined to toil On change eternal swings. Newer Motet and Items of Interest t.. i

City, and Citizens Visiting Tuesday morning for his former home dente Coming Events, and a t'Wille' Is or MOM 0 Interest to the Life's best and dearest still befalls Everybody la Central and Wob. 'y i 3

I! '. ,:(' Out of the City in Saginaw Mich., but while, he was Galaxy of Currant Gossip.'U. Citizens of Dade County The men who are not kings. In Particular. :

.e -- truly taken North at the time fixed it ,. --.e.-- For them sweep all the tides of life ....-_ f
In rrthmtc numbers to the goal
i Grant Fsnno, of Delray, spent Monday was not in the manner he had 'contemplated The M. E. Church is being plastered UASGOSIA UUTTERIXGS. Speaking the deep unfathomed thought H. H.Richardson arrived in New York M 1

Is ton. but in a casket, accompanied bya throughout this week That animates the mighty whole. last week, leaving the marketing of bin m\i \
4 i Some of ns are going to turn a turtle ADd to of 4
sorrowing and heartbroken widow.S. men work-day deeds pineapples in the hands of his friend
I is ill
} John Df Berry, of Miami, spent Saturday S. Linton was one of the first settlers .I Mrs. Wm. Schaudt very at her soon, sare. Truth's fountrin flows and sings and neighbor, J. W. Comstock.
0 home on Narcissus Street. 0 And her light and beauty round
in town. A big crowd down to pours
went to town
'i of the town of Linton in 1895, when.
The men who are not kings. :
> Mrs. Captain Chase and sons spent that place was platted and colonized by I Mr. J. P. Lees. of Leesville; was a the Ladies' Aid Social at the Palms) Governor Bloxham has appointed and
And all Is tife,and Hfe Is the Senate has confirmed the appoint '
Tuesday night. song;
Saturday town. his nephew, W. S. Linton, after whom caller at the Sun office today.Ed .
The music of an inner
Eta
ment of Minor S. of the'
Jones as Judge
the place was named. Mr. Linton was Junt owley was up Sunday and That ever tolls and heaves along, '
at St. Lueie
Judge A. E. Heyser was Graham has sold his property here Sixth Judicial Circuit for the next six
I again pjsesday to his mother, who is
Tuesday on professional business. born in 1833 in Massachusetts, and in and has moved to Fompano. I see The tides of life and mystery. years

early life settled in Saginaw Mich., I not vety well just at present. And vast as the Hovering, rock-built earth, .

Mr*. Johnnie Granger.of Miami.spent; where he lived until his removal to State Organizer Geo. S. Adams returned -C. A.">L ne, sister Miss Fannie and That And music deep swells. its ocean for springs and H. F. Hammon expects to start Monday
you me.
Satarday with her friend, Mrs. Idner. Florida. lIe was recognized as a man Thursday from Miami where he, niece Miss Grace Alcott, left Mondayfor The men who are not kings. on a trip North He will first visit

has been at of strict integrity and high moral views instituted a Tent of the Maccabees the the North to at the seashore
4. Carl Schrebnkk, Jacksonville ; summer Seek then who will life's mountain tops, Washington, then New York and will

i this week on a special business trip. was a member of Salem Lodge No. 155 night previous. The Lake Worth came off of Hen. Where summit grandeur glow. probably make an extended visit in

f> Frank has to Miami to F. & A. M., and of Lincoln Tent, K. 0. A baby boy recently regeristered at drickson's ways last week the Emily B. Sot give to me the fruitful! vales Pennsylvania

Marcus gone T. M., of Saginaw. At the time of his the home of Mr.and Mrs.1Ucb'al'll Hone And fountains down below
went oa but is now off aid a lighter is j
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of the Boston Store
take charge For while the wheel of birth and death,
place. J death he was Justice of the Peace for hb and will take up his permanent ai. on for repairs-boating is evidently On change eternal (wings, Minor Stanfield Jones second son of

district. His departure leaves a vacancy dence with them. : still going to be dune. life's best and dearest still befalls Judge Minor S. Jones was united ia ,

;. Mrs. Capt. Ernest Allen leaves for in the neighborhood not easy to be filled. Enoch Root has received his appoint. The Steamer Lake Worth with C pt. The men who.are not kings. marriage with Mils Cora Jones last

her Northern home Wednesday morn- Both as a man and an officer he bad the meat as Justice' of the' Peace for Justice Headrickaon at the wheel and C. E. -J s' C. HARRIS. I week. The contracting parties are both .

baC.I goodwill of all with whom- he cams In District No. a, and has also been .com.misaioued Merchant. as engineer bas gone up on of Titusville. I

contact .... A_ _.. .&.The'rc.brothers d .... Sanad .
r a public. the '. Lucre 10 run during the pineapple to ,, m.
Mrs. John Seybold, of Miami, spent An aged companion and an only Notary Season, and possibly longer.A Additional .News. Items. all of Lemon City are out on bond

Saturday wiih her parents, Mr. and Mra. daughter Mrs. i-. A. McLeod ol Sag. The cottage at the corner of Olive awaiting trial at the County Court, to
few of oar young folks went to the A Columbus; O., special to the Cinder
Sanderson.IL inaw, are.the only immediate surviving streetand, Clematis avenue occupied by which they were remanded for trial by ,
Ball Palm Beach nati : Walter Mack
Farmers? at West Enquirer says a
memberi of his family W. McDonald's family, is befog adorned tie Circuit Court.
A. Luce is at Jensen temporarily Mrs. Linton accompanied the remains by a netdres ef paint this week.. Monday:night and F: A. Rowley cane Montgomery County convict, and

I 0 relieving the railroad agent there who is up witb them for a visit home, bnt left Banker Agnew, of Florida, bad a few Peter KilUngworth of Neptune, and
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North to Saginaw for interment. ,
away oa a na OD. f Gen 8., Hinc ter of Savannah;has for;BoJnton- ..il!.,his launch. N.9ns Such words in L thjepenitentiary dining. room W.T..Rice,of Boyatoni were well known J
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told
ate ClenutiaAveuuelot.toilajorWhilldin -0 iO
will all probably tue&Tar.-i a"ri&h.wlted"'iA Mack going to and respected colored citizens who were, ft
if The Bintham family
North for the summer thee The Farmer's Ball a Success. and the latter already has it Clara May Allen the little daughter of solitary tonfinemeni., ,He tossed a few in town Saturday enjoying the festivitiesof \
i have by \
gone i cleared and foundations> in for a Bouse. D. A. Allen, who has been very sick is heavy earthen bails and other bric-a- Emancipation Day. I
bat day of this week. ,
Monday night. the young people of and is brae 'which adorn le penitentiary tables
convalescing .
beginning
Palm Beach Cottage is to be enlarged .just.
the .
Among several citizens !I.
I S. Anderson and THE SUN man visited Boynton demonstrated their. ability to by thirty six rooms. B. F. Haines has go out She and her mother have gone in Agnew's direction, without any provocation I Jupiter
Anderson staying conduct a most successful social affair. I terested in citrus fruit lands of the Okee
Mr.
Neptune Friday, contracted to install an Sa-light; Ontario to Geo. W. Lainhart's at Palm Beach whatever. Mack explained in
chobee settlement .
'' until night. -The Knights of Pythias ball, was well this .for few visit. are the Messrs. Joseph
r over Saturday Acetalyne Gas Machine, which will be week a days' court that he wanted to have a little fun
A. and Wells.
Benjamin These
filled with visitors and townspeople and
------ with a real banker' but his
C. A. Lane, sister Miss Fannie; and i manufactured bete in Went Palm Beach.In explanationdid
from the begining number to the good gentlemen are clearing twenty acres
niece Miss Alcott, left'for their northern That Poverty Social. not go with Deputy Warden Dawson.
-, night waltz everybody was happyan the Dixie settlement south of town which they will have planted to orange

borne Wednesday morning. the floor well filled. it is estimated that there will be about a The Poverty Social held at the residence As mentioned in our last weeks issue, trees by September 1St. ,

e Mrs Ilandelsmau came up from The committee which consisted of F, 40 per cent. crop of pineapples this sea of Mr. and Mrs W. L Metcalf on the sale of the Leighton property adjoining Deputy U. S. Marshal F. A. Root was

Miami Monday morning. She will remain W. Chase. R. W. Baltram, W, A. Chase son. This is quite an increase over TBS!: : last Friday evening was a "howling I the Delmore) aud Brelsford propertysnear up from Miami last week and took J. J.

I here a week or ten days. and J. Thos. Earnest with R. Winfield SUN'S estimate made shortly after the success." the Royal Poinciana, which was effected Peters from the County jail to Miami

Mrs. Franklin Sheen returned home Bartram as floor manager, bad made freeze. At an early hour'viz : tIer y kaudel through the real estate ot E. M. I for preliminary hearing before U. S.

l Monday evening, after several weeks every provision for a successful affair; Frank A. Reynolds left for, New York (moon) lite" the "hoboes" and the poverty Brelsford and that more particulars Commissioner J. B. Reilly oa charge of

j visit to her parents at Windemere, Fla. and left no room for disappointment or Ciiy Tuesday morning to be absent for clad maidens began to arrive. A would be given in this issue. We are violating the Internal Revenue law b|
J regret.A now informed that H. M. Flakier is the without
committee on inspection was formed I selling liquor license.
',1 Mr. Handelsman arrived here from well ventilated hall, superb music some time. He returned from Key and arrival purchaser. What will.be done with the
was closely
New, York Saturday, and will take neat programs and delicious refreshments West Sunday, from which city W. N. watched every new that fine property is not yet developed this is the Boca Ratone is the name of the latest .'
to see no jewelry or
charge of the Boston Store for a week or in abundance, were features Hull went to New York by way of the third valuable tract that Mr. Brela ford postoffice established in Dade. James
in the
Mallory Line. apparel was displayed poverty- I
sex which with the splendid order and select stricken has sol I on the Lake within the past C. Rickards has been appointed post-
gathering. Many penalties were
crowd of con2'enialneoDe. present.. went ... few weeks' master. The recent rapid increase bf f
Mrs. F. Oliver left for her home in \apl.; 1. &.. Rickards has a hundredmen paid lor disregard of tuts leaiure.
J. settlers in that made this i
affair of the vicinity
to make the one most enjoy. The transformation of the homely eon.
Canada Tuesday. She was at work at Boca Ratone, preparing A laughable incident occurred when
,
Toronto able ever given in thin town. The Boyn. little Massey cottage on Olive street venience a necessity, and Uncle Sam f
ground for a fifty acre for Paine called to fine
Dr.
called North by the illness of her orange grove was upou pay a
ton boys are to be congratulated and into one of the neatest little houses in promptly granted the petition therefor.
I' mother. j Henry M. Flagler. This is but the be. for Mrs. Paine's flirting and casting
+ their many friends here hope they will town shows what the application of a Ex-Conductor Steinhauser of the
ginning of extensive operations in that sheeps.eyes at one of the young"fellers. one i

i )!iris Caroline Zair, wf Key (West, is come again and often. section of Dade.Postmaster Mr.'Metcalf had erected a fine swing little architectural taste and the additionof most popular and accommodating me*

I vUiting at the home of her nephe, I which was well patronized. one room and a porch will do when on the F. E. C. line, has given np rail

Geo. S. Adams. Miss Zair came last Lake Worth Literary and Social Club. J. C. Stowers his purchased The evening was lovely for the occasion supplemented by new paint and a little roading and will give his attention ta
from J. H. Garland the half lot located ornamentation.
Tbunday. -I' on the corner of Narcissus aireet and and soon the green sward of Mr. his several interests in Jacksanvil.
T CRSD1V, MAY l8, 1899. one of which is the Gem barber
John B. Beach isited Gomez the first Clematis avenue. The Palms hotel will\ Metcalf's lawn was alive with the young Miss Carter and Mr. Dan Carter sister shop

of the week where he it having ground the club was called to order by the be enlarged by an extension reaching guests engaged in sports and games. aud brother respectively of Mr. Ben city.the .handsomest tonsorial parlor in that "

prepared for planting oua five-acre President. Roll-call was responded to by towards the corner to the south. At 10 o'clock "koffy," "ginger bred" Carter of this town are recent arrivals. _____

orange grove. quotations On "Charity." and "donuts" were served to a crowd Miss Carter and her three brothers will Mr. and Mrs. John G. Gilpin and son

The minutes of the last meeting were Painters and plasterers are getting in with sharpened appetites, then games soon begin housekeepiug in the cottage Vincent were passeugers oa the train

Richard Hone is covering four acres read by the Sectuary, and approved.The their fine work on the Ingersoll cottage were resumed and until 12 o'clock the opposite Sheen's. north-bound
Monday morning :
of his pines with lath and wire cover subject of gathering books for a recently purchased by Mayor Whilldin.It surroundings echoed with shout and They
have been for
on Bay Biscayne the
Covering it bound to be the rule and not library was called up and the members is being ornamented and improved in merry laughter when the crowd dispersed Mrs. Ernest Allen started North todayon six weeks. This is the most pleasant past

exception with caret ul growers hereafter. reported their work. No place being keeping with all of Mr. Whilldia's vowing that they sever enjoyed
a vacation trip, exyecting to visit Spring they have ever enjoyed in Florida .

Rev. J. N. MulJord and wife left for found for placing the books when collected other holdings, which is equivalent to themselves better than at this Poverty New York, Boston and other cities East and this State is noted for its bea*

their Northern home Wednesday morn the subject was laid on the table I saying that nothing will be left undone Social. before going to her western home at St. tiful Spring climate.
attractive and comfortable. -- --
to niake it
The of Irving continued : Louis.W. .
ing. They will spend several days in study was
their home the program-given last week being fol Epworth League Program. Rev. Samuel D. Paine will preach a I
New Yore before going to J. N. Parker has always been able to
lowed. -_.,. R. Moses has sold for cash to L. memorial sermon next Sunday elKbt!
Vermont. on
in ;
find Q home market far the rbdnds A
j The following was given out for May 25:I :bis"SIdid;;; south of P town but SUNDAY, MAY 28-3 p. m. Leemiug, the Hinckely lot on Clematis the dead heron of tbe Republic. Hit !

O. W. Reynolds and'wife, of Lake I avenue near Masonic building. Im. will be
Knickerbocker History-Mrs. Moses. this season bis output is M> great that' he Subject-"Established in Heart"- subject "Joshua the Model Sol. i I
; Worth, left this morning for Pawtuxet Poem-Mrs. Allen. Romans I, 11.12. Psalm 112. provment begins here soon. ditr." All ex-Union ex-Confederate s
is availing himself of the demand in the
Rhode Island, where they will spend the Selection from"The Alhambra"MrsBurnham. North for choice Florida honey, and list Leader-Miss Lizzie Milburn. If suitable courts could be secured and ex: -soldier of the Spanish Americanwar I

wmmer returning to Lake Worth the Opening Song, No. 121. are cordially; invited to be
week shipped a trial lot of one hundred lawn tennis would be all the go with our present.In I '
first of November.A Sleepy Hollow\ --Mrs. Sanders.. Prayer. the morning be will) preach on Sam '
gallons to Francis Leggett's well known young folks. At present there is but

negro named Fete Ford escaped Selection from Bracebridge Hall supply house of New York City. Reading of LessonLeader.Song one court available in town. pson. the Hebiew Hercules.: Chri&tiu :

from the town calaboose Monday byte No. 144.Explanation Endeavor at 6:30 p.m. M by J. C. Stow

uing the Boor in the open corrider J. G. Fenno was in town Monday attending Mr. A. Pence, who has been with his of Lesson-Leader. Fred Miller, of Youngstown, Ohio ers. Subject, "Established! in Heart"Romans I
up
I who arrived here and is
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where he had been permitted to be, to the necessary arrangements son Cullen Pence, at Boynton, for the Prayer. recently occupying 1.11. __ !

instead of being confined to a cell. incident to the removal of the body of I past season, was in town Tuesday of I Song No. 76. one of the Stites cottages, is vet y
sick with typhoid fever. At the last term of Circuit Court ia i
Squire Liutou, of Delray to his former' this week. Mr. Pence is so pleased Reading-Mrs. McDonald. ,

Chaa. Earnest who holds the positionof I home in Saginaw, Michigan.Gus with the prosperity and prospect for I Recitation-Miss Lulu Angevine. We learn that a snug cash figure was Juno held the first Monday in this
of West, month, U'Donogbue. West Palm
the
City Key
quartermaster on Boynton that he has purchased a ten Song No. IS,). offered L. W. Burkhardt for his Lake Beaci'a
with his West Anthony is from Miami to photographer went to Juno to take
hand up
was shaking many acre tract aud will return this Fall. He Meeting open to members and visitors. front property, but the offer was turned I a
Palm Beach friends Monday. lie sfid look after his business here. He expects leaves Friday for his northern home fora I Song-Selection. down.H. picture of the last court to be held in

until Tuesday to take in the Farmer's to remain for some time. few months to straighten up his brsi- ReadIng-Miss Annis Glenn. that place, and has now completed a

Ball held Monday night home, I Burt Yarborough has rented the number of the vi us. The picture is
Miss Sara Moses is expected ness affairs preparatory to settling per.' Duet-Misses Anthony and Willson I
ice cream parlors from Mrs Majewskiand 7x9 in size and gives a fine view of the ,
from Winter where she
lion. A. W. Taylor and family left Saturday Park I manently Bonton. Mr. Pence considers Prayer.
them this Court House, with the bench
will membersof
run summer.A ,
Wednesday has beea attending school. that section the Announcements.
for their home in Salem, Ohio most desirable for
the bar and atterdaut lu the fo-
morning. They have been quitea Cashier Branning will likely add more. a man of limited or moderate means to Closing Song No. 141. Fern street lot has just been sold
grocnd, g vingglimpses of the scrub
pleasant addition to our society this ,room to his home place shortly. .settle in to make money provided he be League Benediction. by W.,R. Moses to John B. Beach. the This ia
rear. would be a fine view for I
thTm Industrous and attentive Come out and be with us. It will do
to see go, to the
and we regret money
winter with I I J. C. Lauther has bought the lot ad- making business of that section truck yon good. Joel Dean left'this morning for a trip everyone interested to have to compare "
have them us again : -
to
bat early hope next Fall. : joi ning his place on the west. growing. Our Motto-All for Christ. up the road on pleasure beat with the Court Hotiae: that is to be. -





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c r THE TROPICAL SUN. combination of capital! and facilities rotiVli! l las IMAN ON THE CORNER M.E.6RUBtr DKALKUf .a : HARDWARE- J

favoring thertisth, too
__Pioneer paper'"f Dade Count, Florida. I S.' ,
cannot: be said of the grinding methods

TROPICAL GUY SIS I. PUBLISHING: COMPANY, adopted by these trusts ,in their I He Hear Everything and Prints Everything I rk S : CROCKERY
JIETCALF. EDITOR.
forts to reduce producing cost to a i He Hears. : -
UBI.'lilED EVERY THURSDAY,
A'_WIT "*_t" BEACH DADE COUNTY FLORIDA minimum and selling prices to a S's FURNITURE. : ,

SUBSCRIPTION maximum. Never Contends That Darkness Is Light
PRICE. J2.00 A YEAR.Ki.tered .
,I State Legislatures are fast realizing Bluer Is Sweet, Salt Is Fresh Tl.lIls i =- All Kinds of Boat Coods. <

at the Portoffice of We* Palm Reach Short or That Wrong Is Bight.
the of restrictions
necessity placing -
a. Mcond das matter. \ : StoftioTtawar"DoonIIIIJ"ldIU5t.11 _
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tiDun; theseeont1.ineto prevent -. \ .\ Kinds of Fishing Tackle and Sporting ood*.

THURSDAY. !ol.\\ 2.1811'; outrea"'l.ing and oppressive method The success attained by the several \ ,:
Caroline Store Blue Flame Kerosene: Oil Stove.
ladies who have tried culture in .
by which the creature reaches rose ilusware Lamps and Lanterns. HIITUOI Bm*.' EMU? MU 4 PitalOrdrr

j Out to beropie stronger than the this vicinity this season is encouraging La-naal Gina "pmp' AU..'.... J...."

to all who have fondness for flowers
Cr aV>r. \\'e may lie called) pet*". ,
and who has not, ? My attention was 1
itttir nnt i-i ( ion or V.hut not .
Irporat ,
called to one young bush in ex.MaJor PROFESSIONAL CARDS. : LEGAL NOTICES. TO APPLY FOR

b '('.\ "eof our protests and predictions Jruber's yard whereon I counted some I NOTICE LETTERS PATENT.The .

nuerthelem: we prophesy that fifty full-blown Martclial Neil roses and I -

iy i. AIETCALP, ASTER'S SALE.In undersigned give antic thai they Ul*i t
unle s.s this inordinate nttd feverish there must have been twice tint many I M
to apply,to Uu Kxctllency.. 1>)>. ioxha..
activity in trust.forming, is not held rung buds. I must say that this is one ATTORNEY 'AT LAW... punuan-e of a final decree of forei-Kwnre Governor of Florida for Letter Pateat.lime

I. in vheik by legh-lative.t power,. the of the best kept flower gardens in town NOTARY PUBLIC.Will I rendered by the Hon. Minor H Jonm Judge the proposed chatter hereto appended. '

r I foreign MinViing masMS of nionni- and the abundance of beautiful flowtrs.wa practice in' County, state' sail Federal of the Seventh Judicial llirnli of Florida Application win be Bade llpotl the ijtk dav
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Coaru. 1899 or a*MOB thereafter M the appti
In and for,Dade ( ofJime.
Oiunty. hancerjr ulttlitx
1))I cheat stiffered ) to be seen well compensates for LAND CASES A SPECIALTY.
go'-rniinents never : at rbaiuliera.on the 4th dsyoflIay.A.D. cants can be btaid. ,

more than shall v\e from the iron he atttntkm given them. "Vest Palm officeQ lUacb.TkoeI I'ade;AL Sen Cuaiity.UlcM-k Hnri'ln.nilANK I I 1X99! In the fhanwy cause therein pendlOK.herein :f. s, BOVXTOX' 1.
I. w Franklin U. B. LYMAU.ROaT.LTAT.O1.
I Sheen IH and
anti moiiiedp complainant
I'u. g-ipsof I the plutocratic ,
Would it not be easy for almost everyhousewife Villlam S. Union. Ida M. UnIon Harrm -
>wer I that now governs the wage W. I'OPL'. W. Blarkmer. XellleC. Blackuier. (1>arl... H. J. A. McLEAY.
devote an hour's time each I t t
i.-----i 14'
W.lI.OX,
earner and agricultural producer of hayden and Kate B. I-arUn are drfenJaotii.
!. ( I. day to yard ornamentation ? And il ATTORNEY AND COUYSELLOR A T LAW. the undersigned Special Waster In Chanwrr. BROWN, I -.

tliN Iii 11I1. his were done would not a few months on the U: G. LYMAX. i
i _._
Ill East !<
Buy
-- Itr'd. .
transform this attractive little town intoa First Monday in Jure, A. D. 1899, G.G. TKOUM.CAKLbCURKBMCK. .,
THE POWER OF THE PRESS. 2 3J8 KSONVILU3. FLORIDA .
; : veritable flower garden of beauty and !being/ the 5th day thereof will wll at public .

k2LsiJn Written for TUB TkoPIcAiStN.. color? Flowering vines of many varieties auction, for cash la ham. to the hlghent and This Inatrnment witneMrth. that the ..Jrcigned -
LKX St. C'LAIU-AUUAMS, xt blilder.. In trout of the Court Horn door : ,
found that would
of it can be soon covei i\ ..d heir .ucn..on have aMocltte4themarhr
read
We "talk of it anti in' IIf sail County of DRI.thID the legal
!
and make them cool and together t 0 benmic iararpontc
porches *
moments of enthusiasm.! It i is asserted sunny ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, hours of gale the mortgaged premise nien- under law. of the of Florida for the i
it ; 11ti'L climate the titalll ,
where ..
shady. In a everything JACKSONVILLE, Fz.Aritriice l ned In the bill complaint In Ibis rann.
"The is mightier than the tranctioa of the InuinrM ol bmUmg. open- f fi
.pen rows with the_ luxuriance and raoiditv. i __'''a L ... H. .. .. ___. _, and In wld decree .particularly. described and __ L __ ..__.__ ___.
_._ who believes ? ." in an IDC circuit UJUIT.i'edrral : .-', staLe allu i ling ana maintaining a tnepnoBc ayweiB IBU
-- sword, but it cocharacteristic ircctrti to be aoid.to.wjt '
of plant growth In this Exchange according to the Mtuwiag charter
WE \\oruita-GGEST to the t'liitur Well, when we think of this latest section there is little excuse for bare tIJ-U. Being Hituate in the County of Dade and and such by-Urn .. may from lime to tim 111
t State of Florida and known all the South-
of the Sunr.y Lun that THE TltllP- exhibition of itt power we feelliKe yards and uninviting surroundings went qnarter of the N'orth-eant quarter of4ctlon adopted. ______

1CAL Sex 'Mlitor w working ou lines of breaking into Hong; "Sound the loud Now is the time to plant and cultivate. pOPE &IJLLOOME. ..Ix. Township forty-nine wmth of AITICIB OS* (I).

bi own *5rc'ion. The Cliautaiiqmiiika timbre!." etc. I Soon the rainy season will be here to Range forty-three East o.Dtaluinjt forty The name of the corporation iliAD be th* -
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
,
acres more or I""i also the SoDtb-ea
The terror that has been strikingat supplement the labor now expended and qnar- EAST COAST TBLFPHOJIB COHPAKV, .. forVst Palm IWcli was uutlU tee of the Surth- a t quarter of Section six.
........_
of be
principal place hall at Weal
continued
not ours hem-ewe do not feel it : noonday under the McKinley administration to insure growth. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.: Township forty-nlnl.lIoutb of Range forty- Palm Beach FU.
5-1-99 three Ka t. containing forty acre of land
has been the terror of
iucumbent on us to show any "good more or lew*. and also all that portion of the
*; has (been asserted ofone And now, ladies, I want to caution ABTICL tWO (I).
the trusts. It Vortb-weet of the
intentions"! by "winking up any i interest II C. HOOD, fll. D,. quarter Soulh-eaHt quarter
in thin idea so kindly and ra- trust that itH (lieinsr a monopolywould you about a habit I have noticed that East of the Florida Coat I Inc Canal of Sec- The general nature of the btuinew to be transacted .
:
I several of you have acquired. I referto PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON. Ion six Township forty-nine sooth of Range shall be carrying m sail oprati a

: tnitoualv adranted by Hro. (runlD cost Greater New York three your carelessness in bicycle ri ling. orty-tbrre Hunt, containing 'l1I'entr- gb' telephone Hue or line between Miami.4

million dollars and as the present Office sail Residence near Royal Polnclana acre, more or It'6II. Jacksonville Florida.
"?. Wr ha v* ideas Hod plans of our Your place is always on the righthandside
,Hotel, PALM BEACH. 18-1-98 And all that portion of the South-vent
own-and always work to them. aim is to form a trust of every article of the road. Yes, I hear you say quarter[ of the South-east quarter east of the

which humanity requires in its pus- "every one knows that," but the knowl- Florida Count Line Canal. Section clx. Town- AITICLB TBtEB (S).
; 1 D B. POTTER M. D., authorized capital itock d the Co. ..
sage from cradle to ('Uffilll the out- edge is useless to you and to other hip forty-nine south of Range forty-three p ythall
LV. Safct. and be five thousand dollar 'SVouo). with
Nor run USE MOMEXT does THE! look has become serious and here ridets if don't practice it. Four containing thirty-four acre of I *
you 8-23-93 PALM BEACH. FLAM land, more or lens according to the plat tr i privileged! increasing! Mine to (fty lhaa aa

I[ SUN approve of the Sumiv Land'sproposition comes in the "power of the press." accidents out of e,ery' five that happento Plan of the Gt.neral und Office of the United dollars (J'o.000), to be ditidtd U If, ahlM

to let to the lowest bidder A great groundswell of reprobation wheelers are caused by carelessnessin S. States. I ('oo) of the par value of on* hundred dollars
BUltMIAM.M. D.
i (finn each leu cent of which will lie
pail
Also the South-west of the ortb- per
quarter
the of Dade the this Keep to the right. The
public printing by from the nation at respect. 1i.
and
I indignation eart! qnarter of Section 7Township forty in by the ijth of Jane; the balaoce shall be

County ,Conllni tiionl'l!. Whatever large has set ther President media one approaching }ou from the rear, or SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN, nine t-onth of Range forty-three EII..e,coo- paid in such iraounU aDd at such times u the

: paper id designated i should receive ting and courts of law investigatingas meeting you, knows just what to do if Also a Specialist in Gynecology. alniiiK forty acre of land more or tern the directors may dir<
know your place-and keep it. I same being part of the lands conveyed to
the legal l l'ot for all It-gal publications. what shall be done with this you
to have fallen all over myself and three Office at Rnddenre-SaJtaire Cottage. Albert P. Sawyer, trustee by deed from the Cots ((4)
I The honest laborer id worthy whose sinuous 3-9-90 **lorllfba t. Line CanAl ami Tvnnuiu.fttu.
slimy octopus from long, different ladies in the past weekjus.t --- I -- -- ----- ----- --- "----Ilion -"-" The term for which this corporation shall
of his hire und the printer of Company tearing date of the 26th day shall be
county and absorbing: arms escape A. TIIOMASON: D. D. S. exist twenty-five yetvABTICLB
I because of thei* violation of the rule D of May. 1892. and duly recorded Jnne 23,

ncrspaptr dow feutlkiptit free work seems hopeless. "keep to the right," hence this protest Office: Corner lemalisAie. and Olive St. IS112.! among the records of the County ofiade Jive (5).

in (:constantly working for his:: coun What the President's vested powercouM coming from one of many who neither Book fi of Deed, page 489 to 4 Wnclusire.
WEST PALM BEACH. tXA GORDON It. BROOM, The business of the Company shall be COB-
ty's np-building without doing pub not do, what courts of law wish to kill or be killed, to maim or be AU kinds of modern dentistry known to tbe May 4, 1899. Special Master. ducted by a Board of five Directors. The Oi.

Iir printing at leNt than the rate designated thus far essayed in vain, when out. maimed, especially in a 'cycle collision. III profusion.|<< alty. Tevth'UoM extracted crown and without bride-work pain. a R. R. TAYLOK Solicitor for'Complainant.Vf rectors President shall a Tlcc-Presideat elect from their a ova TresMret avuibee.and a

; b.v Ihl! Uh'. I lot throat pol- raged public opinion was powerless, Office Hours and to m. .
: q to u a..m. i 4 p Secretary and until the first ..I.ctloan.,

toy is neither vti i.t" ,creditable and tho' defiant, one single! newspaper Two ladies approached the Man On 100ZI-9J ASTER'S SALE. N. S. Boyntoa will act as President. U. B. Ly-

for one THE Kux Hill not abet any leaped into the arena and dealt-such The Corner last week and asked that he ill man TreuuVer.and Robe R. Taylor Secretary.

coureethat 1 lends to thedemoralizatidU skillfgl I, such continuous, such death- make some reference to the all too frequent I DANIEL, In pursuance of a final decree of foreclosure AST1CLB ItS (t). 'JJ I

of rates presence of drunken .Indians on L4. rendered by the Hon. Minor S. Jones Judge ,....
v legitimate dealing blows that < ue trust pro- DE N T18 T. of the Seventh Judicial Circuit (.f Florida In The Company shall hot be authorized to eon
last
the streets. Oi Narcissus street
tract indebtedness in excess of its..piUIlock
moter Ua-j: been driven incontinently ; and for Dade County in Chancery atChambera
week elderly ladies were forced to leave COCOA.: INDIAN! KIVfcR. FLOIHl 1-26-si. subscribed sad paid for.!
on the 4th day of May. A.D.1899.
from the IHd. I hope in behalf ol
I THE at PORT of the legislative coir the sidewalk and tate to the street to 10 the Cbtncery cause therein pending whereIn In wi ness whereof the sulwrnbers haw ._

humanity, it may be remembered in avoid luto drunken S. A. Bravo in complainant and WilliamS. hereunto set their and '
in it tee appointed to investigate the being bumped by ALLACE R. HOSES, names residences this
newspaper. annata I till the end of time, Seminoles. And by the way, Mr. \V Liuton, Ida M. Lintun, \V.rnnY.. Black. lilhdayof Uay iSy,
rifate conv'u-t CM nip*. reveals a most mer. Nellie C. Blackmer and t'barWIl1ay. N. S.
Successor to A. W. Robert BOYNTON. Port Huron. Mich.
that the opening wedge that shut! I jsould like to ask two ,
Mayor,
horrifying condition ul l aflairs in II questions den are defendants, the undersigned Special J. A. McLEAY. Watford,Out.
REAL AW INSURANCE.
shatter this financial enormity into for my own information. Are ESTATE Master in Chancery, on the W. H. COX. Boynton, Fla.
few loculil iet;. Insufficient, uneot.&dfood i A cpt for West falm liearh Town LoU, aluo
fragments, was driven by a news- Indians amenable to the town ordinances West Palm Utwh Wnt.r Workn. I First Monday in June, A. D. 1899, L. G. L nu Celrsy Ha.U. .
; ofn air quarters for hleeping; ? And is the National law relativeto NOTARY Pl'BMUClptnatU B. LYMAX.Uauaa. Fta.G. .
paper.Thomas: Avenutnear (I.In..tr.'et. ring the 5tb day thereof, will sell for cash G.
in the glaring t-un uthoutelirlter STROHM. Weal Palm finch. Us.
; Knling E. Mclntyre.of Toil, the sale of liquors to Indians a Jead 5-21-D7 West I'alm lu! n-b. Florida. in hand to the highest and best .bidder in CARL SCHREBXICK. Weal Palm Web

or 't-hade; brutal l whipping letter here in Florida, and esptcialh inVest front of the Court House door of snitl Countyof

I 8u.1! bare. body I lashyig for trivial visited Minneapolis in pursuanceoa Palm Beach ? This is no trifling I. 31 ETC AI J\ PULP, within! the legal hounof sale the STATB or FwiIo.i !
.scheme con- oliditeall the sprinz GUY mortgaged premium mentioned' In the bill ..' COTXTT or DADa (
onvnsea ; uiixina of white and colored .. .. matter and it seems to me that it deserves ....n""Dln' In .I.. n..cn ..._.' I. ....i.I ..._..._. n_ .L: .. .. ,.'L'__ 'L t
Hour mills ol the country. bofl.itteiing consideration and action. NOTARY PUBLIC itni|>iuiub iii tum IUUBC, aim 111 um umrrcinirtioulurly uu inufc me inn uaj 01 "iy, l"'Jo prisunauycame
couviftH in bleeping quarters and described and directed to lie before me N. S. Boynton. J. A. UcLeay.

other atrocities that should were his overtures the millers For the State of Florida at Large. : sold to-wit : W. H. Cox. L. G. Lymau. M B. Iy-.. G. C.

many listened well pleased, and all "went : of I was much eo'dri. MortgngtMi. Lean p,. and Cuntract I being: situate in the ('County hails and Strohm and Carl !Schrebairk who bring fn- J
Speaking bicycle, very .
iilii\ of "hamtu I the. titiZftifthip Iraftel.Conveyan.lng
bring a \
State of FloriJj and known nil Lot One of IOn.I, to me well known after beisg .wora.
Imnrri liell" till without in of interest : a Sneclnltv.All
merry a special
of Florida. And yet these Work usiiaiilHed; ecally Currect.Mhie et-tiou Six In Township Forty-nine South acknowledged that they Hjued their names

l IJ known 'formerLrgWatuiw wIUU I% Northwestern: Miller to wbecliyrn, ha'niled down by judge iu rKorirtL M'N Itiiik.ext .if Uange forty-three has1, conlainlug forty- a d *f&xedlhrircal* lo ibeabufe charter.In .
thing; have een: to \\ falm r *arh. I'mlel ur.ty. Iliridn,
took u hand in the game. It branded Mitchell, of Tioga County, Pa. It is as six am of land more or -*. wilnrHs.Hberetf.I hate hereunto set my
but i.otLIng has been has And also Jx>t Two of Section Six iu Township hand sn4 seal I. ihU th day .. I the trul'.t as a (crime a villainous! follows : A bicyclist no right upon
south
forty-nine of Range fort-three written.
done for fear of ofiVn.v to it.Uuential
I hit to depress the farmer and extort a sidewalk and no borough can hy ordi rp D. lilKOWX, Rust containing forty six m res of lad, more ROBT. K T.'\"In&. [SKAL]

|litU'imis who have been interested from consumers to drive nauce give him that right, or male his S or less, according to the plat or plans of Xiitsry Public slate si LargeM .

in the convict l es. \\ bat thisLcgulaihetaidy. money ; riding upon the sidewalks legal. A ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. the General; Laud Office of the United MaU-s.
i small mills! out of bu-inee", and rob riann and 11C'I.'ltlfatlolllll''lll\n-tI. GORDON It. BROOM
.
(pictured by its ad- bicycle i is a vehicle, and as such has no | ASTKR'S S.\LK.
Minneapolis' t.f h-r supremacy. Weel Jobbini work given pruuifit. allenliun at Way 4, 18U9. SI-t.ocIIIUluter. I
mirertt of all the more right to run on the sidewalks than
HA a wry paragon Dutura Slrwt. It, IL THUIK.
u
Shop u SorrfurCompl't.
week hot' "h\t in the ..,.
after
shape iargument1' In urMiance of s final decree of ,
virtues will do, now that a committee has a cart or wagon drain by horsesIf
.. ..
rendered by the lion. Minor a. Jones Jltc of
ridicule satire and 1
<< cartoon rides the sidewalk he
I of its own appointing! has again bicyclist upon FRANKLIN SHEEN GEO. O. BUTLER HERIFF'S SALE. the Sf tenth Judicut Circuit of FluriJa. In and

'lai'l bare the facts More them, remains were 11ompd.un McIntyre'sdevoted is there illegally, and if he should accidentally OIIUEN & 1IUTLKK. S fur Dade County, in Chancery' Mltinf kl cham-

head. The editorial child ben. on the Fourth Day of May A. D lM*. 1 in
to l lit' fivn. convulsions run over: a or a person Notice is hereby j1hl'lIlhnt by virtue of an
SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS. Execution issued out of the Court of the I hanccry Cause therein pending wherein
of'the Miller inoculated the and kill him, he would be guilty of man- County
.---- ._- Office at Wekl POrn Reach Dade County Florida, in proi-retlincs therein Eugene: 11. Himick U Complainant ..d William
lot' tI press of St. Paul and Minneapolis ( slaughter, no matter if he were riding Lands l\lIy 8iib-
TRUSTS: AND CO'JBINES. / and they combined net ion with the greatest precaution and care niHhed. Selecting aiidKrudliiRlandii; ; local Canvful Tab"rnaile Baptist Church of West I'alui I and Charles H Hayilcn are Defendants. the

against consolidation. The ease demanded for the reason that his being upon the lntandei and correct>limBtiiiKliiiil work euarauiveil.>era npcoialty.All fon.- Bern, is defeudanl. 1 shall on the i undersigned Special Ma ter In Chancery on the

In thin day nail age ouectui hardly sidewalk was in itself illegal and would municftlloEK by mail rtvme prompt atlfiilion. 5th day of June, A. D. 1899, First flonday In June, A. D. 1899,
without! reading action as well as speech, and MnnHand Blue! t'HMx at Lowvi-t I'rl-
tike up daily JUIJHT make an acciden of this kind serious in res. WEST l'ALlllE.\l'1l FLA. 1FI't)5BAItHER Die fume bell g the first Monday in the being thc-,1ft" Day thereof. will sell for cash

I an iinnouneenient, of some /gicantic how every move was checkmatei<< its! results to the b-cyclibt. month and a Icpnl! sale lav, betnrvn the in hand to the highest and best bid'ler in treat

trust having: been formed-a would require more space in the a a a a hours of 11 o'clock Ii. m. all,11 o'clock in the of the Court Hou e dour of said County of Dade.

narration than we can ask for. !Suf i KM1SOLE SilO. afternoon offer for sale to the highest. bidder.forcn within the legal hours of sale the mortgagepremises
( augur tmut, It tuliaico rust, a tt'/I' I am not a newspaper man, and will h. bvforethedoorof the Court House mcnlionedtn the Bill of Complaint in

trust a wlie.it. coml'ini' raiiroa f (fk tit to say the newspaper began n all his woes and worries am glad of it Win. Schniult, Proprietor. of Dade County at Juno. Florida the following this came. and in said decree particularly de..

consolidation: t tint IiiRg tinMs! iron fray who..e successful issue is regarded But I can't help sympathizing with him l\ ( Formerly at Hotel Royal PoincianaOnly .) desi'riltetl Iteal Estate tract erih-d and directed to be sold to wit:

1 all citizens the of in some of bis Here is Being I.ot 5 in Block41! In the town plat All the following described land sitsitc ia
crosses
in fact trust in everything by as averting u many I ,
trusts, a White Barber in the Town. of West I'alm Beach, Dade County. Florida, Dade County, Florida: The North we*quartet
huge calamity. Much maneuvering one little circumstance that is of every of the Nurth_* ot Secllon
almost that we eat drink wear or ; with the Church and appurtenantes th're- quartet seven

I' and n'oll"YI'r,- required to cope week occurrence. The church and Went Palm I lleach.. Florida uulo belonging nnd Interest of the trustees Township Forty-nine. South of Rang forty
use.Now social organizations that have entertainments of said church In the same. three )containing Forty aanof land More
not be of with! astute and able financier
trusts or so a
may may ,
or ltaa the same beiaK of the Uixls .
of one kind and another ou foot May 4, IhU It..J ( li ILLIN(1WOJRTII, part row. e.
advantage to the community r.t but he was conquered, and the glory ITY BAUHKIt SIIOI" Sheriff of Dade County. veyed to Albert P. Sawyer Trustre by the
,
to raise funds are always ready to send
large. That they are intended for Hcerunig to tbcu-e who sa\ l'IJ Mitineapoh's C W. I. METCALF. Attorney for I'laliitifl. Flurida Coast Line Canal and Trsn"pnrtalionj
in notices and urge notices of their South of the Tost Office Company by deed dated the Twenty-sink Day
First Door
the advantage of the: promoters anditockholders. : from looming a financial affairs in advance but when once the Easiest Chairs and Beet of May. A. D. ISya. and duly recorded among .

goes' without t-ajinjr. appanage of New York, belongs primarily event is over, how loath they are to Equipped Shop in Town.MIUMOOPKK.. OHERIFF'S SALE. the records of saM County, June Twenty th..... I

formed thuJ> able to the that cried I 6-crtf : I'rop'r.LECAL i"'ylinBook E"of: Dcidi. psei3to4I1Iu.I."lnl
That when to papers << trouble themselves enough to send ,the vc:.

plmf their grips upon consumers "Lay on, Macduff." We do not patient newspaper man a news report.o Notice is hereby glen that under and by CORDON K. BROOM E. Special Master --..,.
virtue of an execution issued by nd out of
and grind them to the tlul t. is in desire to detract or discount the the affair. That he must hustle for or NOTICES. the Circuit Court In and for Dade County. KOBKBT It.T"LOa. Solicitor foi Compl'\.

.
evidence\ in the pa-r. Vtopus-liki brave deeds of a IVwey or Hobson.but do without. DoII't you think knu Fla.. In a certain cause therein pending May4V'?

friends, ou should do the scril \fh..l'l'lnlIman & Co are plaintiffs and I.
tint of all the such that \ poor e
from tt.J're'ah."t a victoryis won by
FOR PUBLICATION. TO
,TOTICE M. Aiken and &. M. Wilder are defendants, DERTOItSAND CKF.D.
t the kindness selul NOTICE
in
I Standard Oil Company-to the lesser Northwestern: Miller has more> to to to him promptly; i.' the undersigned will sell to the lihbl'llttDd: _
a of affair he has helped make tl'UITllt\T: IIF THE I.NTCKIDB.)
report any best bidder for rash before the front door ol
lights of more recent formation do with the comfort and happinessof LAxn oFFIcE AT (illNKKMI.I K. h'LA.. V
a success of by free notices an-l appeals .\ltrilli.l1\\I\I,) the Court House of Dade Couuty Fla..on the fotkt b hrreb} ,given that nil prrwin havIng .
their tentacle rejuh out into every n"t'rl11I"o"'lIit than the con- for ? It strkes hereby nhfii that th follow inc any demand agin.t the relate: wf Junmi
patronage me that common Notlic i : 5th Day of June, A. D. 1899,
avenue of life, and when effoits jin> qu st of the Philippine Archiplago. named wilier him flied notueof bin intention C. KtrnU-y. dmraxsl are hrivl.y B..lltns |upivwot
: courtesy would answer affirtnatheiy to hub ke IIDI\II.rnnllll xii|>|>ort of hm ,claim the same beingihe first Monday in the month (Lamb th.lIn.irrab.rI.c1I1I'.t.
made like those of ..tttorn.'y'nemnl3lonett'8 ( E. H. S. Mild proof will lie IIIlIlt..IM.tnn'I'II'rk
;; and that
-
between the hours of 11 o'link H. m. and :2 tkatrd. within the time pmrribrd bylaw or
I Yours the itiuit Court al Juno Flu.,on May J'J.lS'JU
( of Old >, failing ti. "tipt-ess\ I OH Lookout til : o'tlock p. in.. the following described ""alC'fotate. like nottre a Iii b.> plendnl In bar of recovery,
meanit is No need sending away from home for : TH MAN Ox TUB CORNER EDWARD CAIN, ofRiuiera, Fla., to-" It : And all _
other nutvond l.I
iniiuirj (is I"'rac.0"IDr estate are r.-
any boats whe-; Cj't. A. T. Rose can ltd :!-.'..i"4ror" (; the w.I", of X. W. l; and W. Lot One Bl'ick.1: according to a map quired to ,ImuinlUtepaTRimi
b -. tlieir l'IID..t.it-De'. (if they have build you one as fine or as cheap as vou ta ..I >. W'. Vi. s...-. 2\1. Tp. 4S... IL -Ii: E.1I..nalllt'Ollhe of West Palm Beaeh Fla. now on record In to me.
E. F. H ines has arrived and will befound aEOKUE W. LAIMIAKT
: ,
Iilt witnrximtn
See him.and prove
want. place order. wing
nv_ )t. t< offer l-ribery. eun to the _. your at Wejbrecht's Machine Shop, bU c nt inuouK re-ldeneeupon| and cultivation Dade County Fla., said IurtIs-rty hating Eierutor of the EUtt
i -- ---aSQUAR11 --- and will do of sail land \\iiliimTa\lor.of Ki\irra been levied upon as the property of .ald '
of $41OittO.Vbatver raav all kinds of repairing-Guns, .11"8 C. KlnsUy.
HM. E. }H..lm. (If Ithiwa. Fin ; M. R.J. CHILLI\G\VORTH Went
'IANO for FU: ry defendant Palm Beach. Fin.
sale at bdrgain.Itrum.nt .
redmtion of a Pistois. Bicycles Locks and any kind .ililiTnleeve of Riviera .'Ia.; GenviaKellv.
1 stsid If the co t or J
in fair condition. May -I. 1899. Sheriff of Dade County. ThIs t"ellt141111t day iulJasearyAft.
Inquire ol iron work. Chair wheels for sale.113if.. OIl Kiviera. Kla.4i'D
: cturt' t-r hantliiug! gonds l,y SV.N UFFICB. 5 18-tf I'I I : W. U. KOBlNhOX. Reglnter. K. U. T A noa. Attorney for f lulntlfl*. 1599\ .."",



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'YOICE8[ ,OF f PROJECT11ES[ HE SHOT-TO KILL g& & aE y CITY: f

if A N.gr. Troop" .&ek'.a. Aorarata MEAT MARKET,

Ala at a r..rplkMter

f in another part ef the armory I
A Warning Note That Makes found some men in the hospital corps, Does Your StationerySuit -DEALER L -

j jThe'ir of whom 18 went to Cuba with the
Seasoned Veterans Duck Seventy-first says a writer in Leslle'a

Weekly. Among these was Dr. Robert You ? ,
s.. Heads. Froelkh, who told me a good sharp- .... WESTERN i
> -- shooter's story. | FLORIDA MEATS,

:f ACTION IS INVOLUNTARY. "It was on the morning of July 2," ,
he said, "and I was going down the
"
Next to his wearing there is
apparel nothing
Savilla road toward El Caney when I

r: Difference in the Character of Sound .came that up pretty with a well detachment blocked the of artillery way.- a really neat man is to particular about as POULTRY, BUTTER and. EGGS. 1

Which Is Made By the .One of the men sung out to me to keep the and .
t : my eyes open for sharpshooters who quality appearance of his Stationery.And .
t --
Big Shells. were picking off soldiers all about ,I
had gone a hundred yards or so when I in very truth, it does proclaim his business Game in Season. A. B. OTWELL Proprietor. i

Ser %m nf. th. Eight nth i-hell and th* heard the peculiar bzt of a low-flying as a neat fitting and suit of
stylish ,
Angry Boar 01 the TUlrt.rn-Siuup om'MMMC ball the dangerous kind-quite a different E :
sound to the bep-ee-ee of a ball
to G.a.rtl Toni H'hlth wwI clothes proclaims the man. I ;
I tk. Bl H.kiu ef Aceoleratlur Ute singing over your bead which can'thurt 2-19-99 WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDABargains :
you. .
rrcadvr.
"I dropped quickly behind a ran and --- ___ __ ____
!t I r One of the natal officers off Santiago 1 studied the trees to find out if I could It will, if it is n c

was talking about ducking his head where that ball had came from. Just ;
:; .. : *hrn bullets or Shells came uncomfortMj then a big buck nigger came'down the furnished you by Bargains Bargains !
clone, and aa he was never known road whistling as if he was going to a J
a to flinch before any* duty and bad ball He carried a carbine and a lot of .
r heard the song of projectiles innumerable water bottles. I was just thinking that fAT
t In the Civil as well a.t In the Spanish be had better be careful when a bullet the right kind of a house, present a nice appearance z h
.f war, what be said was listened! to. sailed past his head so closely that he
"I ducked the other day," lit said must have got tyie wind of It And he and make a good impression, which I
I' "and ducked hard, when a ISlncher hadn't taken three steps more before THE BOSTON STORE y
from the Oregon went over our deck, another bullet,came by closer yet would not be the case if you used shoddy
forward and pretty close, too. during "Dat man's gettln' real pesky. I ;- ,
.he bombardment 1If'1\l1t\ ? Of course heard the nigger say and then he paper that was poorly printed.
I couldn't. Neitherwild<< anyone else. threw himself on the ground like a
The pregnant hinges of the knee workInvoluntarily football player making a hard tackle. Now while speaking of houses that are Dry Goods Dining Shoes.

in reverence to one of And as he crouched he too studied the ,
those roaring monsters. You deck as trees and I could picture that he was "right, we muH not fail to mention' 1 '

you would wink if a fellow made a an old Indian fighter, and knew the r
.', pass at jour face or would snei>%I' if tricks of the business. For two or three I I COME ONE, COME ALL,-e =- .'
rou stuck a feather up your nose. Willpower minutes
hnt.'ver moved nor made a
Isn't any good as a preventive; ;
sound. Then he as suddenlyas
sprang up
hasn't time to work. Your head bobs The MARCUS FRANK Manager. {
he had gone down, and fired his : ;
down and legs bend before
your you
carbine as a man would drop his pistol t t3
I
can say to yourself: "Don't be a cowirdly MRS. A. HANDELSMAN :
like a flash, without taking aim. At Proprietor.
ass. Funny too, aud also Invol-
least. I don't see how he had time to
untary I think, is the quick look that .
aim but Instantly after the shot I
4 follows the bobbing to see if you hare '
saw a disturbance in a very tall cocoanut Tropical .
been, observed. Of course, you have Whilldin Block" i
I teen and equally of course nothing Is palm and presently as I watched, .i ;
I saw a title drop from the branches,
: aid because everyone knows by experience -
and then dark
" a body come tumbling
how it is hlmlldfi .
to the ground a clean fall of 50 feet '
- IIow about rifle bullets-Mausers,
? for Instance I asked. Guess dat's one moah fob me.'" -V .. Sun Ocean Steamship

"Oh, they'redifferent. Generally said the nigger and, without further Company
I
t. Interest in the matter he picked
they come too fast for ducking and you up "
u quickly get used to their ping.or their his water bottles, which had fallen to -I- i "SAVANNAH LINE. .
lip. You know too, that if the sound the ground and went down the road V
<' I to a whine the bullet is a good ways offend whistling as before 5. Which: enjoys a wall merited reputation for ik Florida ', '
:; If It Is the tarp'pst' it is too late '"Ef you boys wants dat Spanish
ti J ; to move as the.mlssle has passed you. gen'lmun, you can have him' he called : furnishing high-grade work. THE SUN has To New York
And
i .. Besides, the rifle bullets are usually out as he started off and two or three Boston. '
expected while I never knew the close of us hurried to the spot where the the best equipped Job Office along the East
arrival of a big proji>ctle to be anything sharpshooter had fallen Some of them A Short Rail Ride to Savannah, Thence : ?
but surprising.! I think too, the said he was a Frenchman. I don't know Coast, and is better prepared: now than ever A Short Sea :
; windage must have something to do how they made that out. I only know be.fore Voyage. 4
with the effect on nerves and muscles. that he wore a tight-fitting skull cap to meet all the requirements of the Sailing from Savannah: a i
s I have often heard the (question\ discussed and had two large palmleaves pinned e
as to how eloMan 8., 10. 12 or over his breast so as to rive better I trade in that line. 5 Shins Each Wfifik K : -

13 inch shell in full flight could come concealment in the tree. Up there In -

to a man without knocking hilt over the crotch was a little platform which
by atmospueilc concussion. There had supported him, and on It'was food 5 HighgradeVork All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with sailing schedules. Write for gen !

doesn't acre to be tiny rule; seems to and water. We found about 400 Mauler eral information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation nor call on .
t depend on the man, or his tobltlon! at shells strapped about his body, and
E. H. HINTON Traffic
.1 Is the kind THE SUN does Manager, WALTER HAWKINS, Fla. Pas. Agt,
t o the time the slieL pa .Il'II. I do not believe he would doubtless have used everyone r
; however any cue could keep hill of them on us If our colored friend Savannah Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. 6-10-98 i iI
feet If a high calibre sUdl came within hadn't stopped him. 1 don't think \ I I

..five feet of him. I have no ambition ever, saw a quicker Qr'prettier shot- and the only kind We: ,have found through ATTENTION MERCHANTS! j L
to try than that.

"Did you ever notice the difference In .. a an exrerience.extendln.OJef a' number of
the charavter of the sound made by an N. *

' 4.1t or even a 12-inch'ahull and that A correspondent wipapr In Warrlart.this war.had to years that it pays to do .(hist for when you THE MIAMI BOTTLING WORKS ;
f mLkh accompanies a 13 inch, 1100-(
fellow'. display many more qualities than tick \. -I Is prepared to deliver, EXPRESS PREPAID to all
pound bud audacious enterprise and the capacity once get a customer- .- ..he"wtU. knowing, responsible parties I it
I assured him I uot, as when unkind
'
t fate made me an. attendant at for The vivid expenses description that must on short be Incurred notice. that what is done 'for him will be done SIGHT, BOTTLED SODA, POP, GINGER ALE, etc., '
inch diapason orchestral feats I
were something tremendous and the PaUdeige .f Dade County Merchants !Solicited and Satibhctlom Gu,raatted..-
thought of tilus. not bound and in a manner that will be both pleasing
"Well it'sery mlukl>d.. Now yourtuticalllre :correspondent who bad not in addition : C. CASTELLANO. Prop. MIAMI. FLA.
a dash and shrewd Yankee ,
to brilliancy a j -
and the
projectiles even and attractive II-24-tf
burst: ones, !..It'llnth.' biggest, have a notion of driving a bargain could
>fluLiiit I sort of wall with them. Thereto have easily have run his employer In- i .
to: bankruptcy, says Harper's Bazar. -NARCISSUS STREET.
A great deal of tlw sineal luiiigled
with their shriek. Sometimes I've On the outbreak of the war the staff And that's the.
hi'aid an eight herb cry a.. if in agony vessels to carry correspondents to the 1 MY SPECIALTIES:
Hid the scream of its flight, as it left able offices were increased astonish. THECORNER

h rou.. sunk into a sob almost human. ;aply, and were chartered at the exof.bitaut ., --
Rut the thirteen inch menus red war, prices that shipowners were Cheapest after all. i
and says HO. Its toue is horror made able to charge under the cireumtauces. FANCY FAMILY GROCERIES. '

manifest, but the horror that is Inspired One journal had no less than CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITSFANCY
: not that which is felt. There ten sea-guing raft in commission at z .
,' Ire few, or none, of the higher notes in assrrejrate! ; expense of over $1,500per TEAS AND COFFEES.
heard as the devil! makes his twtlveoiik day: for their use only and as It Even though you might be able to send else. GROCERY FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETA

1l'3p.n angry,, douilcatlug roar. ost from 50; to 80 cents per word totend <
I demoniacal spread of sound, a wry press matter from St Thomas or where for your Stationery and save possibly I|: BLES. IN SEASON.

cleavage of the frightened Olives of Jamaica, and fl.4! to $1.80 per word
( iir-tUt's"nhat the thlrh'lll1111 to for press cables from Hong Kong, a a few cents on an order amounting to several
NEW STORE KEW; GOODS COURTEOUS
1+ the tympanum. But, bless my soul :orresi>ondcnt was put to hia'wits to 'I TREATMENT.
dollars remember that time is :.
consumed and
a t what rot Im giving you. Almust poeti- Know where to stop. t

*]' i :;al n'utest, 1 derlare.poetry After is that all though which,: if most the (611(One,100 American New York correspondent gold to get his paid de- delays occasioned in doing so, and that if t Prompt Free Delhery ou Both Sides of the Lake. !:. j

.. ieeply stirs' the heart, I imagine thehruuudysif icrlption of the fight with Cervera toils mistakes I
the thirteen is not should occur, you will have more or t
: big pro- newspaper. A writer in McClure'srives J. F. OLIVER Proprietor. z
r ilale. a good Idea of the absolute necessary less trouble in getting them rectifie 1
this differentiation -
t TUinki.g over queer expenses that were forced tip-
of projectile sound-as if some - - I'l I
)n the newspapers In order to accom- ---. -- --- --
bells felt regretful over the work they alish the remarkable feat of De'sgetting 1
tad to do, while the mot,t destructive that last summer saw. Owing to The Sun Guarantees LITTLE BROS. : .p
if all fairly glo their missions of dl'llth-1 understood shipowners exacted from $5,000 to {
better the full purpose of Sampson's (9.000 a month for the use of each of Satisfactionand '
II1l'SSlgti) Toral, when, the Admiral these boats, and the newspapers were FERTILIZER and PHOSPHATE COMPANY
told him: "I have been firing 12-inch ach required to bear the additional

I hells into Santiago to-day. Unless expense of fire marine, accident and
Jacksonville Florida.
t
surrender, the ()reton. Massachuiflts ,
rou war insurance which the alarmed I
is right here at home, where it stands '
a and Indiana will open ou you underwriters of New York had fixed ____ _-.u_.
with 13-iuih bhi'lla "to-morrow com- it the enormous rate of 8 per cent per ready at all times! and under all circumstancesto
1 ueiu ing about uoon. mouth-equal in a year to nearly the If you are requiring Fertilizers for Vegetables: ,
1 Tural surreudeied. as you will re- total value of the boat
fulfill '
its letter. If
contracts to the
1 neuiber and iu his despatch to Blanco you Pineapples, tic., write to us and we can give you
this ultimatum. One managing editor's salary list .
mentioned Sampson- -- for a single week, inclvding only war are not satisfied with work you may have more value for Jour money than any other Manufacturer .
HUh, M j! Oh. My J I W'....' ,"car.."." correspondents, amounted to $1,4(3.51.:
i
J' A surgeon relates that More Santi- 1 single:; correspondent representing: gotten elsewhere and wish a change in the b or dealer ia thisState. or from atoy'f s'
going to the mother New York newspaper Is said
he (the surgeoul
front Igo. came upon a young officer bit- to receive $10,000 a year.Circumventing style or grade of your Stationery\ other Mate. Write for pamphlets prices, etc., I

dug beside the road, trembling like a II I to above address. 5.1-93''
:eat and whiter than the dead men

around him. At light of the surgeon a Shell. Send in a trial order __ ----.l i
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ae began to talk says the San Fran- thrilling story Major 'I t .
.I .la/A t rtrnnflllt.m William Pnttield Bell, surgeon of the -. .- .. ..-. -
'*"I'm w -a p coward- -- I'm a coward, I'm a Seventy-first Regiment of a battlefieldscene for anything you may need I FUKNIIUKh.IlcweboU I
I'd ''i during one of the battles in
joward. he said; "I knew run I
tad I did. I'm disgraced forever. 1 :Ouba: as told in Leslie's Weekly. The S Chi/ L'keniii "', : 1 :

a was going :along all right not think- UaJor says: "I had just begun to ex- in the ollice or counting room-Letter Heads, Tbe Ctt It-chine! Made, Legit kunnlugaoJ I IXolaieleto5
ng of anything but getting at the imlne a poor fellow's wounds when I J } f{' : i

lashed Spaniards, yelling to my men taw a shell coming toward us high; Note Heads, Statements. Tags, Envelopes, ----- ,
iverhead. I thought it must
; surely
__ :jo come on !and running ahead as fast Sole A'ntfur the hm-'U- wall 1 rani Mat ;
all of sudden I ass beyond, but it struck a tall tree Cards Bill Heads f
could'when a Bills of
v' J. is I Lading, Counter tre' cr. C -w-
S. tad ricocheted to the ground ;
explod-
itubbed my toe, or something, and |ilte 11 >""tFUYLNITURE. !
"j den I can't remember being scared, :ng at the very spot where we were\ Pads, Circulars, Dodgers, Hand Bills, Pam 4-
standing. As I saw the danger I I ;
jut I must have been, for 1 came gal- gave
1. lOping back here, kick as a dog. I'm the wounded man a sharp push for phlets, or in fact anything! that you may want I olaililt>i>crlpiiiUKat KiicU! Bo'.tuu 1'iliet. Imtb.Vholtfuleiicd 1 _
I coward, and I wish I were dead! ward throwing him to the ground ..1.iO 1 -ull1. I:abyCantiiufn fnnu 10up } } I
-1 JVhy don't somebody shoot me? I've in a forward direction, as I knew in the line of PRINTING- to $20. Go Cailm RefrttrutorH.IceCInsu, + -, ; -
hat the fragments of the shell would ,
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an awful goneness ,light Ete.
Jot'sl1l'h '
i
De driven backward by the r-t
momenum.
his baud hliItorulll'h. .
1 sere, and be put a : t. '';
: WI' have a e<:m-ienmc'Dt; Of Oat I luir* and '
.1 The surgeon gave him a quick look I "The explosion came not ten feet N I And we will UwlttoikersUmt ai'l te sw.Ji> li.... Vt 'w'1 ; J

'J and caught him as be plunged forward 1 from where we were lying, and both ha'.die the Khmnuj Ik'UlauJ and j ambler c : i
: n a faint Where the awful goneness >f us were buried in the dirt hurled ithTl'LEa '
iras a Mauser bullet Lad found its bil- riolently over us. There was a hole 5 J.
,ct. They carried the wounded man a the ground where the shell struck! please you==sure. E.-J trial attm'Ioo gura to oar Mail Ori'trs.
:5o the field hospital, and he chiu klod Dig enough to set a barrel In, but We Gnraiitce .thr.t'll"b. l.. ita In (.sal, ">, ill the way. n, myj! oht my." he leither the soldier nor I got any hurt I'rke tall on us, or fend in your nrderr to
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fad over and over; "I wa.sa't scared! The others about thought this quite a 15 and 17 Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 1
I wasn't scared! and then he would ulracle, and came running up, think. W' ONLY 8.0Q
"1 augh delightedly "I ,wasn't scared! ng to find us dead. AU these details .21 D. E. COOPER MTg Co. ,

q I was hlt-1 was Just hit I ain't a [ remember" with. the utmost distinct-

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throughout'
'j tho .1... stimulated since the open1 1 ,.. 'ti, .. k
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! fro The' champion the world upon the lug of the New York Speedway i BRiGHT 1 .,'\ .. o.r"4, '.... ; are also Prepared: i
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f i' 1tZtts'.h harness bone To Furnish_
taatttlttclericaI-ldoWngto; The trade In light I : : ; ,
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, f 4itidftai. at whom people seldom stare. Is more active' than it 'has been .
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f There la nothing-not one.feature- of for years and breeders all over the t .
t. tls make-up which betrays the fighter ,country are feeling the ueneflcent effects ,Pumping Odtfftsfor irri! ation.
In fact were there a bully out looking of the revival of public regard :
I ', ; for 4 chance to distinguish'timsolf, for the American trotter. Interest In SPARKLlNG

7 Robert' FlttMmmoua, In his convention the great drive Is not confined to New Write or rail on as for Anytbiag ID
I} :. *! clothes and high hat. would be York. Gentlemen road riders of Bost. Our Line that you need. f
1 the very Individual he would tackle. on, Chicago and other cities have been
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1- i About bis hotel or In the company of so attracted by It that they have shipped Itterrill-Stevens Co.
t frtenda 'and admlrera, the'pPgllet1edlagUttied their favorite roadsters great' Engineering ,
; atlil (0'a'degree. It ia true! I distances purely for the purpose of enjoying These'.are the expressions:
\ ; |u t; as he sits or lounges about, his drives over the long beautiful JACKSONVILLE; FLA.Jacksonville .
1 shoaldera ,
i mIln'to'appear more pon- itretcbes. '
t '! cW'uui,:one' notlcea "hla'strong artists It ,Is beautifully situated. Starting which 'can be heard on all "'9 nIITO.
Marine Bail
? e tad solid hands and the strength of his from the upper end of the Viaduct at &.y?.
neck and running of hla eyes. Still, haJoe 155th' street the broad stretches ex- ,
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: t ( not look the greatest'of 'them all Lend along the west bank of the'Har- sides concerning ;fie: u iet j1 t :
S r' by mtea.rittalmmunsis. and ,
many Jem.river: for 'distance of two ,a ..
: a fighting 'machine.Vbereiinusples ._ half miles, passing under the 1 great ,Established 1875.
>. \ ;, are necessary he baa trchea' of HIgh and \VashlngtQn! columns of ,
twin in bulging abundance; where bridges. A drive along Its reaches're-' ,
i! they would! detract from his'speed or veaU a sceiie of beauty or'grandeur : 'William A. Bours & Go.,
'
I 'ahUltr to punch they are dispensedwith. at e\"ery',revolution of the wheels On ., -
BIll shoulders are perfect; his of rock w
one side rises high bluffs gray
: tube bnllt for fighting all the way topping which are'the winding walks. Grain Gartigo'Seeds and Pei1izor *.
l finger tips. Across his back find guns of High Bridge Lark; on'toe ; s t
'$4*.tJDdf'r his ,arms the muscles lielike' broad "
1 other. niajc8ti(.,Hy flaws the THE j
tangled serpents. Ills neck is river, casting its waters into the'bay. No. 6 EAST BAY,STREBT, -:- JACKSOSYILIB, Fu.'
: alert and strong, \\'hile.il1S small, peculiar miles t*low, Wide sidewalks for the :. .
"
i bead seems to hate been builtto accomodation .of sight seeing pedes- '

lie knocked =about. ,tans line! either fide of the'course, the We handleonrstke Kent and moot Ueliabir SeeJa.. A com|>kt.St.rk of .
inaction he in tricky to the lat degree being protected :.by wrought
riverside '
lie works la; .half crouching; iron railings of massive design. At Hay Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, ; a

Intervals.of.subways Jrou and have.stone,been tonpelipi;constructed ; ;' : Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, Both Bright and Dark.

the driveway for the benefit of those 'TROPICAL
1 wbo wish to pass from one side to the --AT WHOLESALE i
,' 1, ,the rule prohibiting pedeattlaus
,
other as I
State Agents for Tygert-AIIen: Fertilizer Co.
i crossing on the surface is rigklleQforced ,
by mounted policemen.The Star Brand Fertiliser*- :ullranl'-".it .....IJI.. Omagt tre and YegrUkWe: FtrtHtKr. I'IInt
road bed is of yellow clay tl1 KTOQBd Bone Nitrste N>li. Miiriate, VuHuit, 'ntphate foU, K..I'.II9. '(few Par. a II
x dresa tillzeri bare no Supei u-f lu the !bl'ket..Dd a trial .111 _91_ ,
which has been added a top Send tot CatalogueFroe1O4.N; !
Ing of loam, .which greatly in* ;,

;iprpved the :goipg. Leading horsemen. SUN. ,
of the country have pronounced it, i
when weather conditions are favorable -. : Chas. N. Welshans

as'fine a road for speeding as the ... -...: ,e,
,
I
fattest trotting track Ip America '
During the autumn :driving-seaiop ,.i', '
there were many days when more -STATE AOSST FOB .- ,
thousand) -fast trotters and
than one

and pacers upward were of speeded twenty over thousand the course spec- "The. ... OLDEST' .aid BEST & Martinez Paints .

tators have promenaded the walks at Longman

one time. newspaper (published: in the
Wben'the weather favors the Speed I

f Is a most interesting place to Lime Brick, Shingles ,
way
ISTHIPTED FOR THE BJJ?<3. .,islt.- Rival drivers by the score be- County. Each, week they .' -

with a noiseless shuffle which ,1s ..fascinating hind their favorite roadsters, strain Cement and Coal Tar.
In it? awkwardness. Illslrtnung : every nerve In an endeavor to beat
suggests nothing dangerous !.each other. Some of the brushes are contain ; .
and his habit of holding his hand with Intensely exciting SlId heartily enjoyedby
for Sickler's-Peerless Plaster
: Cement
the Those .. Agent
the knuckles down and 'palms thousands of spectators. 1
makes him appear slow. There 11\\ who find their horses too slow for the .. '. '
nothing fancy brilliant or bewilderingabout fast company they meet hunt the < 13 South Hogan St., Jacksonville, Florida. 10-J1-8S

his feinting or long..angefight- country over until they find one that "
:. Hla feints are short half of..themtetng I'I'lDJ I I la able to keep.up in the! front bunch -

lnff.leads to confuse' Jill oppon- .'and .many spectators who never All the .News >xt1::; ;t LADIES .
Sot unto his reach, lIe gets -away thought of owning a road horse, when j ,/ .
Ram left leads or blocks and counters I[r.hey Bee, the fun and exhilaration to be )New
he .' ': :' ':. ; Have you seen our l.ines-of SUMMER DRESS GOODS
unUl.be baa the lead studied vTbep derived-from a spin behind a fast one ,.. .-. ,' : : '
draws. It and crosses with & ,,,age- )'I unwilling to be longer without j ._ .. rt ., .
are "' f Dimities
tasins
,' OFgandies i Smiss and White c0 4s.I
Df'8Ian" lightning-like' :movement of I one. Consequently, there ae more that; IS 'f w. '... ,: .

tb right band that startles'one. U i'I i fast royally i>red'h<*rss owned and d. .t :; ;Jt :' .- ;.,; : ." ,Li EMBROiDEElES: sad NOTIONS. .
effort
ifrfel'5 re.hampioa'8 every driven In New-York'to-day tbati ever : : ,
''toward''helping, his opponent to beat 1 and bas h---..- i irij, Vl.. 1'. .. '
himself out. He lays all sorts of traps lug a burden tbe-Speedway the ayers THE, HONESTPROFIT HOUSE ,
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1 ,. gf Mil man In motion, so hat be added much to the wealth rot the city I .. ";'d.. __ d. .. <. ,_ -. ,... ..t. 1&'" .."...J.I :. ..... -, '
..., catch him coming with a Jolt Ills and to the enjoyment of the people. : : 4' ,- .<1-
awed ia continually'' at work toward .-.:/ 'not only,:'jrbm' 'w?$ :gall 1
whliamtnoeufertair -'
thfft end and he gets many a jab .
but once his maD falls FAr th* 4wyrlsa (%. Indian River' Nurseries
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Into the' trap his end is near. Men Captain Charles, Bar? will sail the '" : > Beach d';imn ete vicin: -
bare rained Maws all aver Fits and It American yacht which will meet Sir B.gdaed itrus Trees of every variety\, Sour Orange Iud Lemon Stock; also fall
looked -as if be mist -be dazed or at t T. J. Upton's boat the Shamrock. '" Use of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to this section.ia t
i<*st confueed. But it was only his i the America's Cup. Commodore C, A but from all.points', :bi eluding Budded'Mangoes, 50 Varieties cf Crc tons. 25 Varieties ofog
Vajr of fin.ilne a short route to the j 1'ostley has given Captain Barr blarelease ity, 98. Palms.kosesStrawberry Plants, Pineapple Slips Etc.
to the champlonklijp: Them t for one year In order that bC'-1JI8J ..1. of. .. BEACH Proprietor. WEST PALM
macey.and JOHN B. :- BEACH. nA.i .
chJDt") 'was built ,to eUnd'. bit) of give the Defender and the new boat' '. note .the'Lake" and ,along
punlsbnM'nt until the' range wwfMchd. that is to be built by the UerreshoCTs! a ;. : on i t
Then the torpedo was uttsiung thorough\ trial to see which Is the H. DnllC, Red aadFancyx
and all was over. ,. "."" better fitted to meet the British flyer. the railroad thus'a1rlng west. Proprietor Spanish
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I Parr's engagemrpt with Mr. Lselin is _
fOHBr', 1'I..t\\ lor one year only sad the agreement Is. Palm -..Mss i
the middle-weight that, no matter what the Paptu'other'
Conner, ,
it
..oterwho Jdc was disqualified in his : duties may bf. be will sail r/, I easily Beach PINEHPPLESlips 1

fght'with'TODl1 West for the alleged i .
application\ of oil of mustard to bis ..
gloves gives his side of the story. Drug 'and Suckers
":rbl"Idea of raj seconds smearing mydoves
with such a concoction! Is .a..
aiwnrd." 'said Ronner. "To use such Store. I For Rah of the f011o.'artCiia..vis
stuff for any purpose in the ring would The I adingFamily Newspaperof Abbaka, Porto Rico,

lit as detrimental to me ana my seer J Poinciana Piwmacy Smooth Cayenne,
owl as to my adversary.. It wss'alla M Royal Egyptian Queta,

"mlxtake.10fit1'.and,as a result 1 am the I' :; % Bipley Queen, Golden QQft"

wogtt. Before the fight Johnny Gorman Dade County -DEALERS W- White ABtigae.PeraambBco. '
went Into a drug store and asked for j jeswice : : ,
of mustard seed oil. a thing 1, 'EntiH.
whir* Is used by 'every borer to re- '! .. ':" "f Drugs Toilet Articles Early dtlllnr1' n be ma l*. Mrt vi the
lire's:pain. Instead the clerk gave him .I"t. I fruit tr nu this i'1ucllitnaIaYJIICloct'8 pkl"
the pure oil IIf''mustard and bl", hl'l!l I''I U mouth. apply to
llevlng tUt the drug was the same as r ; Fine Stationery and C.C. MATTHAMS
he akel for applied it to my'left arm { j : Already THE SUN is a welcome
by I''' Florida
muscle.which was made sore Pineapple Company,
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In the sixth round. Sundries.
bloW.. Fred Druggist 5-21-97 West Palm Beach. Its
The *t irr that my manager. visitor to nearly'ev-
handed it to Gorman is also
Miller r'- .,
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untrrie: ax the latter bad It in Ms pocket Prescriptions!Carefully Compound
,I from the time he purchased It until ,I II e home in this section : East Coast Business Solicited.
ery ,
It wa< used .with such disastrous\ ( = BI <2V<2LSH0SVI1.1L.I
effect My.own seconds were as much j WEST PALM T.KAfH. 0-H'96.Whidden's .

I OTercome by the fames of It -as was j and its .many attractive:
AnybodY. and'I am snrry for the mistake :
and wish to be set right In the .
I
sirs .of the public. CAPTAIN CHARLES BARS. i features' are bringing new Markets '
t boat that meets the Shamrock next, I 6
tI I 4 Leader NwJ.4The October. Mr. Iselln intends to give the, General Repair \\"(\ \...
unsfttled statt of affairs la the Defender and the new boat a thorough recruits''to its ranks .each Prepared to Supplyyou Enamelling a Specially.M .

'SatloDAlIA'AUe.; remarked a Boston. trial It is poSlble.that the Defender] "" Ji
Ian. "is due mostly to the absence of will bring out more speed than she:, i with' -
an able leader such as Hurlburt lUlls !, showed In her race with the Valkyrie: week. :,' HI&' Metis Ftf Salt lid TI But
or SpaUUng. John T. Brush Is conmlrd and perhaps prove a swifter craft than] : 6QCl! Meats at Lining Pricis I

to be a, very clever man but his ., even the Dew boat In that issue the, I Ii
motives are looked upon as a shade will defend the I Fresh Pork '
Defender once more COnPLETE LINE OF .5\J ()lues.
,
I A{lflab. and where be would gain a cup. Commodore Postley generously:, ". 1
I point by gradualy undermining the consented to let Barr go when Mr. Ise- % : Beef, I

J breastworks Spalding would scale the Un assured him that the captain was 1 ... I. e ... -. : -; ,.' GEO. S. ADAMS. ePaOPalRtOt.
I Testis -with the cjteiuhm ladders and needed to uphold American yachtinl'8uprt : I, : Poultry

i ,' drive opposition into the merry-go- >maey. judiciousAdvertisers .' >:'$:; :::. .' : Eggs. ,i
baseball in New
: rounds. The public *' ,
York Philadelphia. I'iUsbnrg. Cln'ln-1 II V-- WEST PALM BEACH ._ _,i
Arthur 0. a.- ;
nati. Chicago and Boston is An event of much Importance to Native Meats a specialtyYour
ace the pick: of the players confined to
circuit 1 The people of. the votaries of winter sports was the
eight-i-lub Solicited
an
the cities support the in victory Arthur G.Kcane in the fancy Patronage WHEN above game
I : contest for the championship it Oil Friend, who will
figure skating your tarpris
line etyk". and should be considered by Market on'I1an1'au Street,
tie magnets: who pocket the profits of America, defeating experts you with Bargain*ia
before they grow tired of this inces from all over the country and 1M2 WEST. PALM BEACH. Dry M*, ('lotMa: tad

1, cant wrangling; ever territory. .: Canada.Keane won It the was distinguished the second honor.time Realize this hence the free Ifutst Falnl hJt gt___

His rendering of the toe and heel D. SINGER, Muactr,
Hi ltettrd.Ail 'I
Nam H. S. MEADQR u Bridge Jsirtet Year Ba",
movements Including pivot circling,
doubt about Jimmy Barry'ever: make of its tl-pgs JAcasuwvZLLI.rLojjDA .
pirouettes and movements''on both which they
'Terry, McGovern of anybody use
kbtlag else \*; f het at rest by a lcttf'l' .whi<'h I toes, was the finest exhibition of the. -BARBERShop ..

% was received from tie bantam non kind ever seen ;r"'colums and its increasing Street, nut door to -

Le pareil.will In ocvero Which beaays.poaititely:fate the ring again that]i Billy Marsh, the famous jumper b : on Bnynn hidden' H&rkcU ''YouBuy 'Era"I I ServeOYSTERCorked 'Em!"

t except to box in. an exhibition way..I I going to England to DPt't.St''eral o.| yertis- Patronage. of my friends respectfully aolidled.f pi.ait. Served U All III Style MI Ute,tad the*. .1IOe
UtkUhwi
Barry's retirement clinches McOov- the best English: professionals to popularity as an .a : .IS099Se9d bctwttn: 6 a. m.tad 11 p.m. .

-(U'tt Balm to the bantam chaaplgn-! i,!1 match competitions He is alreadyrtuntawl : .\<. ,.-I KelrohmenU. Cob mints sad ClffV
of America ant the title could ,; to mee. Burroughs and Col- WILL KILTCS'S mTiRUST
hardly hip 1'* ia the kef'pug of s better I 1 quitt In a Aeries cf Jumps for the. lateroitiml ing medium. : je,Sur? YMF Job tt/orl/ ( I Ouv.atrset, wm stairs fce* *
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.ENDEAVOR TOPICS.' I I EPWORTH LEAGUE. THE .

+ .? LESSON BALQOBI TAILORS t THE EflRMflN HOUSE .
IX, SECOND QUARTER,INTER .
V. P. & C E. TOPIC
FOR THE WEEK FOR
.. BEG fiNING MAY 28. NATIONAL'SERIES, NAY 28. THE WaUI'TOP1C THE WEEK ABE SAPBANEK & SON. Is now open for Winter TrmL ;J
BEG NNINti MAY 28. BEST 0V ACCOMMODATIONT.BLB
BEST
THE MARKET* Rte
MANAGERS OP ]
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Tlak.r-6agloetl _
T eUr Wok r.....t 1 -SathataCOAUoa.
K.Ffelur,for(ie..rai1a.adlag-F.rC.Pr.par.d by W... Chrtot Before Pilate, ".... It: SS40Oold.a Willa c:.._.. by ... ... tUMrKMM. -rn. The Three Friends Bated Reasonable. Short Distant from the Depot. ,j

...., '! T.iti I FUd K. Fault U HIM, pared f.r V.. .f Lekgn.a sad....11'._ Address
.U..I K: Ut>lbhue.t U ll.arl, Fa.Hi Mrs. S. E. EARMAN
1:10. JohB 19. 4. (C.BBiH V..... 38.4C.. FaCwlW.ntlwi'Uet.1lYk.d V B..... '. Tailoring Company. WEST PALM BEACH FLA. J

par Matth. 87: n..I.) Is 11.11, r..U$l Lit. 1 ,

The leopard cannot change his spots, The Sanhedrim under the leader. Heart purity la often confused with ;

nan neither cannot can add we one establish whit tohlsstaiuie our heart, ship of Calapluut had condemned Jesus Christian maturity, and in this way SUITS AID PARTS. tUBE TO ODDER Boarding at Reasonable Rates. .j

to death but those who advocate Christian
under
for by nature the nomaD perfection -
In their allugliiiicv they to are God prone and to wuuder waver law they were unable to execute the are understood to advocate a MRS. JAS. iltCANN i is prepared to accommodate boarders at hit 1

Hl tender sentence without the aid of the !to- State of grace this side of the grave Cleaning.! Pressing and Repairing well .
4bCrom Mill us that care.it humble man authorities, so they led Jesus we will not grow 1? the knowledge of known boarding house! on Clematis Ave., clot to F KGRjr depot.
we ourselves -
t- before (!od He will exalt in from Calapkas to the ball of Judg Christ and where It .Is Impossible toBin A Specialty.
due time. If we are sober aud us vigilant went, or. accorung to the marginal but such ia not the case. Heart CALL ox HER rug RATES ASD ROOMS, -. ..II

steadfastly resisting the devil,- reading, the Prrtorluin, which, we are purity la the foundation stone of Christian FIT JI9 WOHKUMSH1P GOIR TEED. '
Owl will wake toe, signifies the house of the pretor maturity and those who enjoy I'
us perfect establish
or governor.Keim perfect love are each day being more WEST PALM BEACH. FLA.
trengthen. tattle ULI'eter 5; tt-10)).
The says: "The man before whom and more "established In heart" THE
take
strengthening
through the may us be was arraigned we know as one of We are to be established In the faith TRAVELERS
garden, or we be led
by the war of the cross but may with our the most unjust, violent, cruel and BO that error shall not away us, but Chinese ,

ham In Ills, we'll not complain. "We dangerous of scourges, one who waa at the same time we are to have the Laundry .5 NEW MANAGEMENT, .
choose truly what hit! signified, a will of the Ixird more perfectly revealed ,
cannot
If we could." our way nor would we "slaying Javelin lI'Ull"'{ unhappy na: to us. We ate to be established FELIX :GARCIA, Prop. Jacksonville Fla.
tion." the In the Scriptures, as taught the WO KEE. Proprietor.Shirts ,
If we have a stone for our pillow or By word "early" In the by : .
cltonthe original Is meant "the fourth watch doctrines of our own church, but not --- --
ky on jojful wing, "lie from 3 to 8 a. m." established so firmly that we will become Electric Lights, Electric Bull Baths Complete Set,ice.The' .
knoweth best and doeth what Is good." bigoted. Bunyan ... .. .. .. .... s>..............v....loeI'
Adverse circumstances and great lest They they went should into be the judgment hall "The relations to Christians says: to eacb Open Front..-.. .. ,......< :fur 25c: Best $2.00 per day Hotel in Florida.

trials maj- be used as a means, but it Clark "ceremonially" uncienn. other are like the teveral flowers in Collar................?............. ....... 2M Tale ,
li God who establishes us in Christ. say: "It was not the a CuBa .. .... car at the Union Ixpot and ask the Lowlnctor to Hop at the Tr rl ler0. t.
a To be divine law but Jewish tradition garden that have upon each the dew _... ..................5cLadle'Shirt Ne

faith. The established latter clause we must have which taught that a Jew became ceremonially of heaven, which, being shaken with Waists ... eo'_ ...........I5r
: of Isa. 7 9
; unclean during the the wind they let tall the dew at eachother's 4
"It passover
lays: will not believe
ye surely
hall not established.. ." ye by entering the house of a Gentile, because roots, whereby they are Jointly FIRST-CLASS WORK GUARANTEED. j'"
This it might not be properly nourished and become uourishen of
establishment Is not of works Banyan Street, WEST
PALM
cleansed one another. BEACH. BURKHARDT-S j
nor with meats but "it Is a good thing of leaven. They feared to : May 18, 1899.
do 1 Even as Paul desired to be with the
anything that would prevent their)
that the heart be established with
If these
early Christians at the church Cookies '
participating in the entire at were
grace (Heb. 13: fl>. passover saMathushek
with its Rome, so that he might Impart unto .
Through the blood of His: cross Jesus season pence and tbank-offtr- PianosAre Common Goods
want to present us holy and unblam- ingn. Thla has! been well called a curious them lOWIiJllritU1l1 gift to aid in _

able and unreprovcahle. It we contltine Illustration of conscience; "thefeared y their becoming established la the i ianoa With It wouldu't be worth while telling you about them.
a.Name.
faith so it is right and
m the faith grounded and set- defilement from entering the proper that we The nut remarkable thing about them 1 Li. thit we ell
tied and are not moved away from house of a heathen but none from should ask the Lord to make us a Pianos;I That Have A Reputatuin them at the same price that the very commonest Lemon or fl u

the hope of the gospel (Col. 1; 20-23)). their endeavor to secure by fraud and blessing to each other and every sermon second to none. They are the .Ginger Snap is sold for _
exhortation and
This entatillHhment in faith makes violence Lord." the condemnation of their service should lIP a means prayer of grace meeting to kind that have ctooil the test of Next time you buy Cookies, just try ours. t t
known
glory; of unto tills mystery us "the among riches the of Gen-the "Pilate seated himself on bill chair help us on to God. time an have satisfied the most Note the Difference,

tiles; which Is Christ In us, the hope of state with his secretaries betlldehim. Amos K. Wells says: "Study history critical musicians in every way. ;
_m I"I.._ and liohlnil him nn rinnht nnin. -to note how the kingdom of this earth and how
see much
u Are nicer fresher and tootbsotner
'Being! established In the heart gives hers of bronzed Roman soldiers; with pass away. Study science-to learn They Not in comparison with the ordinary kind. they are

f. us ao established faith and causes us their stolid looks and upright: spears. how the solid earth crumbles'and the old style pianos that have been

.... to I* established in the truth so that The accused would l have to ascend the fixed: stars sway in ceaseless shift-. rented for years and then offered Spiced Wafers Orange Cookies
platform too and over against Ings. Study philosophy-to see howman's Apple Gems
: after the dsvatu of those upon whomwe him as Milk Biscuits
"grsat nor'are
: stood his accusers with wisdom turns In constant ed- bargains,
have learned to lean Calaphaa at
((11 Peter 1: 'b
". l.M we are not tossed to and fro, but their bt'Jltt"- talkt'r. :Ill"' unstable as water. Nothing thet''cheaplow.grllde'' pianos ;c. per pound.L. .

are kejft by the power of Gal steadfast Lacking grounds for a definite abides but the spiritual things that made to sell "at half price." W.
in the straight and narrow charge, they made It In a general take hold on eternity BURKHARDT Rut GtOtfflEi

t.: Dr. Rebel! Rays: "By an established way. sense, by declaring him to be an evil By being established in heart we are Every Piano Is New, ,

,: heart the apostle means character that doer They wanted to act as accusers content with such things as we have, and every part is made in the VWYoV
" l. In process of being transformed judge and jury, and really de- and "shall nor be atrald of evil tid Mathuchek I

F.' ...11011,11110 the likeness of Chriat He gired Pilate tn pronounce the sentence ings" (verse 7k Being blessed with Factory, .
as they should demand.Tae all spiritual blessings we are able to which is a guarantee that it will
I !
1)1 not mean that a Christian
can
ever reach a point l*>yrmj<< which there 'him yourselves (R. V.), and rejoice with Joy unspeakable and full last lifetime. New Store New Goods Rock Bottom Prices I ITtlQ1VIRSOt

a.:: will not tie progress. But he does mean judge him according to your law"wns of glory. Why: Take Chanceson 1

f. that he has passel beyond the point of not what they wanted Pilate to
g wavering 1N'twf'tIIM'Tlng God andRatantbat say. They did not desire judgment JUNIOR LEAGUE TOPICS cheap pianos when the Old & B Oft !

r' he has nettled forever the meted out to him; they wanted him and Reliable Mathushek can be. i

fe quiiition of bbl Koul's destiny and Is to die and knew it was not lawful We have before us today Elijah, the bought at prices and terms to Dealers in Dry Goods
& bVjond the point of turning back to for them to put any man to death. I prophet and Ahau, the King of Israel. Shoes Ladies' and Gentlemen's

f the worllt"Wrftllll To have Pilate believe Jesus guilty KIT wore than three years the famine suit )"ou p.There are more than Furnishings and I .

f /: ou rani's desire for the of treason meant the. satisfying of bad been in the land. The old provisions 15,000 Mathushek Pianos in '

|' ChriMlnnn at Home, Noel 1 says it wasft the desire thaI be be put to death andthi'nl'y had been exhausted and people the South. "'"You Should Have tC..6"., for cush and sell for. cosh.. so ui'.Jlnwpp: n ..._.......... H'A"...... _........_. .. _..L-... ..au.
to the end that they might: be et>tal>- also the fulfilling the sayingor and cattle were on the verge of starvation One." credit. Our motto j in;Quick Nile and small and ." i
( profit, u.i dire
; Jished. word of Jesus .
) \nll
: I, If I be ,
"Whj this famine? the people crimination but i
(1) tn kpowlt>tte. This kind knowl- lifted up from the earth, will draw all began to say. Dual tad been appealedto Genuine Mathusbek Pianos ll-10-tf sell to all tit Mime price gnudd are ail f

edre Paul term "the full assurance of i men unto me" In vain. Then they began to thinkof are'only sold by plainly] marked in >uret*. a

% understanding; to the acknowledgments ( Biblical students call attention to God the (Clod who bad been with LUDDEN.
r- of the mystery of 00l!." When we at- the fact that in all four of the Gospels their father in the past. They thoughtof & BATES'S.M.H.Fred -= ;

tan this we comprehend the Gospel of thee tint words of Pilate to Jesus are I repentance and of turning from the Kahn, Manager.

Christ so completely that we .see Its the same, and that special emphasis Idols that heard them not to the true. i9 East Bay St., ,Jacksonville, Fla.
. adaptation to all onr wants. It be- in all tour is laid on the word "thou"

come its own evidence. Doubt van- indicating that Pilate spoke with astonishment God.When the people were ripe for It,' .
i Ishen; the heart and the mind are both and scorn that the meek God's word came to Elijah to to
go
at rest. and lowly Nazarene should even;.pre King Abab and complete the work' for O' GhEfl G. STOH 1I.

r (2)) In holiness. 80 that we get a tend to be the King of the Jews. which the famine was aent Ahab's O'DONOGHDE.. .

died abhorrence of evil and love good: Pilate attempted to rid 'himself of first words to Elijah were; "Art thou ..:tg DALa ur '
for Its own sal e, and be like God 'as the responsibility and in the question he that troubleth lurael He had no
those holy beings who minister to him "Am I a Jew?" he disclaims any word to say of his own sin. lie forgot THE ALL 'ROUND 1

,, perpetually, knowledge of the matter. The re- .U..-... -h.lnnlh....-.... v.n' t1.. .v.. ......."..1'In... U... 4U......., tnn"....... Staple and Fancy Groceries
Row In all those external habits that nilnoar, that Christ own nation and in which be had been the leader. lie ,
!l, from holiness. The holiness of the chief priests bad delivered him up placed the entire blame on the prophet. ==PHOTOGRAPHER

" the Christian heart must be manifest was placing the responsibility upon Elijah rt'pllt'II1 have not. troubled Grain and all Food
.
In his dally habits and conduct 'Inrery the Jew The: question "What bast Israel; but thou and thy father's Supplies.

t d good; word and work." thou done was an invitation for house." "The lighthouse and the fog Has come to stay in West Palm !

Jesus to give his own version of the bell are not the cause of the. wrecks -.
t A.tldut..4tatm4t >t'''c.. affair. I I Inn the rocks against which they warn." Beach, and 'I now fully prepared to s

, According to Dr. Friedlander, of The word "fight" In the 36th versa Sin was the cause Qf the famine and do COUNTRY PRODUCE

Wiesbaden, electricity I Ilf an antidote has really the same meaning the the only way to escape was to put work to gratify his patrons. Always Fresh, Kept la Stock.
, against stings of Insects. His plan in original, as our word "agonize" or away the sin.

inch cases is to apply a constant current "contend for," or "contest in favorof." Then followed that wonderful test Your Patronage Solicited m

.t.. .f and to place a negative cathode Peloubet says no one could be earthly on Carmel and Elijah's prayer. That
on the spot stung by the insect.Gal- 1 I king at that time without fighting/ _ ranizatlnn produces a strong sensation |I "\rt"thou a king then?" It Is supposed people may know that thou bast ,

- of burning but at the same time the 'was asked by Pilate with bitter turned them back again." And the PALM BEACH.
{tain from the sting disappears and Itt sarcasm.'and Jesus In responding Lord heard and answered. Elijah's

the electricity is applied very soon after : "Thou sagest that I am a king" praotlcally prayer ou the mountain top has

the wound has been inflicted there I said "What you say is true; I brought; refreshment and strength to
U little or no swelling. The eurrt'nt'l I am a King.; the church In all ages. Geo. S. Hacker & Son -
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however does excellent Jesus thus
preached to his Judge. Prayer humble believing earnest
If It IN not applied until after sometime I He who fishes must use many angles; and persevering has great Influence ,
has elapsed for it removes the and on this occasion Jesus East Coast
". uses a rare with God and is the means of procuring Ry.
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pain and also quickly reduces the I one. unspeakable blessings for men and
\ swelling. The supposition| is that the Had Pilate been true to his verdict. women. We should pray therefore TIME e ,
I poison which the insect has Injected "I find in him no fault" he would for whatever we need in the name of TABLE XO. 20, IX EFFECT APRIL 11, 1SUO. : t t4

through the skin, is neutralized andrendered have released Jesus; Instead of that. Christ the only Mediator; confessing BOOTH BOUND (Bead Dun). .
'I innocuous by the current. Dr. "he went out again unto the Jews" our sins to Gal who alone has NORTH BOUND (Read Up).
l-Vrldlander has repeatedly made and IIIlld"nut .. ,. .... ... powerHis .. .__ NOll'N: ,..,.,.' ...,. .I I :,;
experiment tn.- .'.."....1.... t1un-....... ....".1 .hnn1Tlnn...........s 14.&uw &UI' 0 '- ..1 <
of this!! kind on persons who ye have a custom that I mercies. Er.u,'DMiJil|__ STATIONS. DtUj NQJaI--p.ltp I J

hare been atone hv bees and wasps should rt'lt'Ilunto you one at the T@,T!! ?Ir-ve.': .... ...................Jacksonville ,.............. .....ArHw r Utti
and has found
e Invariably them sucfefwrnl. passover: will ye therefore that I release I Color of Wild Animal 4gp1030sArrive.' ............. AwnMine.................."...... .rare !*IIp .3UETWKEX i
He naturally believes that a unto the of UiP'llJ lAave.1>t. .............. ..
you King the Jews" ? ...... Arrive /SR
similar result would he obtained In Pilate knew Jesus should be releasedand In wild quadruped the natural variation I1Jpi1I'o-"P ...... .. ......... Ha"lIl1'" ....... ....... .........Lea' IL11 1110 t

ties rae of persons stung by other Insect this must have been an attempt to of coloring seem generally limited 6)JullaaLriive-1-- ._ .. .. .... _..P..a.ka. .... .. ..... .....Leave III1 l .

*. quiet his conscience; ; fearing the consequences to three hues. The normal and usual implllUfaiUate' ... ........ .... .f..i.ika......:.. ..... ...... Arrive 1 1M
of doing what he knew tint seems flyed. as In thf case of the Twnj'UjopjAVrtve73Ua, ,. ......hu Mateo. .. ...........Leave et Th!
Ml Trap far :U r'.Da. rtsrht.ttaralibas. was lion leopard rabbit. or fallow deer. MANUFACTURERS OF UIIII Leave.... ....... ....... can llaieoPalatka............. .... ..Arnve 14111. iTii

Concurrently with this there are two SoOp" U 3T. Leave...................... Sr i .................... ..thsre
Tp near the Auskarada Lakes. was a robber and also a variations, always liable to occur.. Doors, Sash, Jfg ltttl ". .......................... Oraoiid.......... ................ ... r1iiii 1
Mid a Jealous listener "the hunters murderer. 712p} a ......................... Laytuna.......................... .. 73rD
have an Interesting, method of trapping The dream of Pilate's wife, it is rapposftL melanism or the tendency to develop 74p liMp! to. ................ ......Port'Orange.................. .. liJP faii
darker color. and in extreme cases Blinds Moulding J4.jp lap ........................NewSu .......
the was related to him while rna. ................ a plas
marten. They bore the fi
a large | .. ....
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218p ..
SUp ........
black; and albinism or partial OakHiU .. .................. -
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hole In the trunk of a tree, close to people were making their choice, and or total AND 845p 25op, .". ..........................Tun+.;lIe............................. .. atoll. tuU
whiteness. -
Fallow 3
the base and then drive sharp nails his conscience smote him severely; ne deer. a species '" .. 3>p l .. ................ ....... ..City Pmnt........... ...... ....... .. &.e
around the edge, with the was moved to do right but lacked the both wild and domesticated, show this ...... dtttpl ........................ (tore .. ......................... .. I 1 oL ........
pointedPads perhaps beet of all quadrupeds for Building Material, ...... SdBpl 1 ......................... Po Inclinlne toward the inside of courage; and so went through the the ...... 40."p" It .................. ....... EaaUallio ...................'....". | | ......
the Ilol The little animal in hiscsrv'rness mockery of washing his hands of the black, white and normal breeds, are to CHARLESTON S C.tS' ...... 41 ...... ................Mebunrne....... ... .......... : :'t..w
be seen in most park In England. ...... 4hpt,! ...........................B.ISO.an.l ...... ........... ... .. .. la.1a ...... a
to the responsibility.
IJ'- reach bait Inside. < These three shades black ...... 301Pl| ............ ............brla-tian ........................ It 1'_ ....
f pUll"' '' his head past the points of the white and Largest Factory South. ...... 53'pj : .................... ...bt. lucie ....................... U. .. >a
i tawny or sandy may be taken to be ...... alp ........................ : 11. ......
palls, which then.hold him fast somewhat Send for Prices. .. .Furl.'ce. .......................
11'.J I'ulp.n4 Quirk ,cll.... the ...... ............ ... ji.. ......
the i tanner normal coloring of quadrupeds. It 1141p .......... &.u .......................... It
after In which the ...... It .................... |0tla ....
remains to be shown ...... Jell-TO .............. .. .weypl
bow .
barb of a fishhook works." Wood has. had an important influence from these ...... / ......................... Muart...................."...... .. jyQj. .."M !
on the papprmakiusr 'Industry.Young three not only many other tint have Notice of Ferry Applicant.Notice ...... .........................Hobe round........................ ., .....
"Htur 1amN.t .. saplings which before were been developed but also felon. far more ...... 7J;; !p' o ........'............. v"set Jupiter ............._..... It .Fa ......
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...... ...... e rk .._
81:11': ........ ......W" ,
brilliant and rich in '" Palm Bo..h................ .
la Australia they are utilizing: the not worth cutting down for fuel. oai\ tone than th"sandy" is bereby giteii. that I will apply to th ..... 83 p ....................... Bofnton... .... ... .... .....* "a 11. ......
esMMlbh now lie converted Into pastelto.trd.: A or normal hue. If, as we believe Board of County Com ink! loners of Pade Count .. .. 848p II ..................... .'. Delrav ....... ......... ... "Ia ......
wire (rnl'to : telephoniccommunication it is the } ..... .......... ..... : ....
tree was cut down in Galveston. Tex.. on onosequent "mixture'1 their lIlip: .....Fort LaudenW.. ... .... .. H* **
between stations Florida t next regular mei-ting to bet eld .... .....
sixor .. .
of these three III P NIrn'onQty ..... .......
10 o'clock In the hues that ail ... 4I.
eight miles apart The Instruments at morning and converted of the variety at Iimo. Florida. Tune :th A. D. IN9. fur leave ...... IOa..p Arrive. .......... ........ .n.1ltaml___... ....,,. ..... ."_. __ ...... T
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first Into pulp and then into subsequent coloring in domesticated ... .....
the wire to conduct a ferry across the waters of Lakeworth
connected to strands thus
e are paper by ft o'clock In the t'ftlnllljl.t species. depends we must finda NEW bMVUVV AM OUA.NUK CITV JUNCTION
Insuring a "metallic circuit" at no extra ft o'clock the next morning: It was bt. wild ox or buffalo which U sandy Of between the Town pf West Palm Belch No. 3.Xo li, STATIONS .

t'lllt'nlit'| for the fences are agricultural tawny for and Palm Beech. 7iiijlloffiiLv... ...... ... ......... .. IY", t !r a t
Inc distributed as a daily paper. Oar ; experiments in crossing T. UEBERRY. Ntw Mnyraa .. .. ...... .. ....
necessities and already in J. ... .................. ... ?..ArIH.t964
and tram wheels have been made 01woOd' these and tame bovidae show that Kplia| | .. Lake H : ........... .. .. .
I'Lu't' There U no difficulty it is ao 417pH \*, ... .............. .() range City ..................... .LriswpSp.
and it Is of the .
1 Mid In conversing with a station full slates.pulp Even the taking"patpnt"the leather plteamt *' we many cannot draw hybrids a hard-and-fagt are fertile line that between 42Upll45aAr: All: .... .. .. .. 1If'i.Junctlon. .. '.. ... ...... 'ii 12Wp. .4&/j
W. R. MITCHELL trams between New
m.vrna and Oran< Juan
distant telephone City iuu
mile through
l eight Daily tffntKEY
boot I Is sometimes not patent leather them. 8uuitL<

connected as described.. << Several at all but wool pulp In a high state Though black is the normal color of I Shoe Repairing Neatly Done, Har WEST AND HAVANA.
stations are so joined.Vtulitv of compression.Vh nearly all the wild cattle and buffaloes
there ness Sewed and Repaired. The steamer of the Flutida East((,&-t
Is Meanihlilp
one species which is Comranv are
tawny. appointed to Mil n
.f IH.,** (;u... ftJIovtf
\ .n lit. Anti T..... ,'.. Ln.. This Is the small short-horned Buffalo Out-of-town customers will receive $t.saitl r city of Fn m 11 cmi 1130 p. m. Tuu aye mad Pr\.1yLArnve htiy
A remarkable account of the vitality of the West Coast of Africa, Though promt attention. Shop on Olive Street, Kry IY.st to Wl'n IJO: p. m. We.tnl'adaYI Iud Saturday Tria U COUMCU
et dsease perm comes from Switzer- Arab music has been described as confined now to that region, the exist next door north of TaonicALSr' Build. and fromWrut Key witu 81l' mer.
aunt in the Haarlfm epidemic oftatt the slnjrinz of a prima donna w ho has care of one wild breed of this color U lug 8-iS Ulr. cr. 3lttmia From .KeyVejt: 3.30 p. m. \Vedne< i1y and Saturdays. Arrive
j family of plague victims was I ruptured her voice in trying to Ring a presumptive evidence that there is.m.'rhur..lay4ao I :;ul1.I"J"Cflbl1t.tUItWli.. .. trio ;% j
buried in the Haarlfm church, anti the duet herself.! Each note starts from have been others elsewhere. may tn..uala.p 31- 1'r"D1: lIi.lllli.1) w nL MOII.I.,. and TCUtNLy Arnvjj4:
It ii amt
a to lAud West ;
tinlt conialnlng: the Inxlie wa/ I1OI C'wllI're between a sharp and a very beautiful species fawn colored Brelsford Bros from Havaimtourhinc same days.p.!m.Arrive)1 ndaJ.llu'l lUvaualS TI'UflldIlJ". Irene Kern 9 iv. ... -
> 11 L'III..
the hnlldlnjc. The work splits lip Into four or more portions. 'about the sire of a Jersey bull. The K y Wet and Fnciaya. Arrive Munii S a. m. Wednesdays 1'.141\1' .

iiH-n were. all attacked with the In- of which no person can be e\pwted to ears are long and tipped with a long Real Estate and Insurance( lIuurltb..uud. cOlltll'tlinit: with'ran ixTune and li.tuM.y., I;
swelling, although catch more than one at a time. Th_ Tables
d.'t't1tJu. glandular tuft of hair the show thettnie+atwhi.ktramasdboats
eyes
large and the nmv be r ....
lOafrt"
not with the wfterm torn of the I I coat as smooth as that of an English PALM' BEACH, FLA. I depart Stated U from not guaranteed the several nor stations due theCompaaphuldiweltrtupu.dbir and ports, but their arnval or dnartor at Ute Ir+S

I>U ue. The passion flower, which In cow in summei. G.\en the tawny and cum-tequenoe* aruing therefrom. 1tta.y deter-atltW j.
forests grows ua black wild cattle, the white variety Notary Public. Cottages to Rent For copy of local tune card call at :28 west Bay street,JackduoriUa.I.44r..s

IM An turbulent' mountain rlv- be enjoyed where it grows as It fades either IWt.flut Building. North ute St A DIrD.IiDI!. y !
as a .
from a
trtdty pure alotno
or as a -1-V7 1'olmiaoa UoteL ,
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It It plckoo.t ,
ft) mlVn ay. almost II soon M black bout spotted with white, J

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,. ;ood Queen was the first examplt of 1 INDEPENDENCE DAY. other reason, this fact of itself wuiill' NO COMPROMISE WHEREWEWQRSHIP I

he peaceful settlement: of 'difiVrmces keep him out of the benate. .
De Ba er* r V Botr Caws Caja KMWS
tween nations by arbitration. England a. There are other reasons however> ;why : Trvee.Eon. to.,

I paid three millions of ponds erlinj ,July Fourth Will Be Fittingly Celebrated he should not be made United States Geor::.' Fred Williams spoke M A Directory of tiw Local Cfesrcfes

Ear the losses incurred by the privaleers at West Palm Beach. Senator. His investments in Florida, follows the JeScrscn banquet im-New and Religious Societies.

fitted out In her ports thai inflicted -_... .- while they lave camtnbated his-own York:
during and the State's material advancement- Bpl..1 ..Ai....
damage American commerce: "Next year will demonstrate two
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Air the NelcMwrlcg Towis from ,SayS EPISCOPAL-IetMtJa..ta.
tr the civil war. Pierce t* Miami Will lie Crgmlto are not of a character to commend himas propositions successfully. First whetb-. an.L. FIT JAMU haunt, Rcdac.Srrvfce .
I want to speak on the victories of a suitable person to legislate for the er the Democratic p.lrty'l8 really emancipated every bandar moraine II o'ttortL.
Scnojl .
Sunday al
Jol With tla.At j p. m.femoraKarfouw
', peace during the reign of the Queen people of the whole State. He should from capitalistic control arid or 5?. ,"&"..-Mttto MItne -

.. _When sbe came to the throne there. -- r., not be placed in position where lie 'I second whether it ia fitted for the work Second. and XKV.fotmh L.r.lli Wednesday.i
: .... were no* railways, no steamships! no a call of Major Whilldin for a citizens would be tempted to legislate so as to of emancipating the people. They whoi W. t.AuuaTKOBtt Jt. Secretary.

I t.. electric telegraphs, no telephanev meeting be held at the ClubHouse antagonize the interests of a large ma.-i I read only the silver question ia oar pro
" << Trinity tfisaloo.
i rI lucifer matches, no electric lighting no : on Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock jority of the people which would be the gramme do not realize its import. Then I Holy West Palm Beach,

I 1. photography no phonograph, no Roentgen to consider the advisability .of a case were he chosen senator. I I and there it made up the cage of man I Services will be hcU regularly rrrrvat .S7.

: ,. ray, no spectrum 'tnatrsis,>noanaesthetics Fourth of July celebration at 'WedPgim United States Senators, Congressmen against things. and our advocacy shell Kvernia 7 Zop.au ant fotwetu the new K}MrrcU., Kf>tMilcB Re nk.*:. U.<*ltta..*.

: antiseptic surgery etc. Beach, a large number of the lead and,members of the several State Legislatures -I not cease until the plaintiffs shall have James HuldfJ wiii Save durgeuf t"raftn.1.AI : .

1 1 41 The missions to foreign comntrics were ing citizens met at the time appointed. should be composed of men not judgment at the bar of the people. >IES'Gt1LD aZaa.GrvI.MISCM.Jftesl.u mtet every Friday at ty. .
p.m.
: ; just beginning -No Young'Men's Christian Mayor Whilldin was unanimously elected hampered with temptation, whose relat What we shall add to- that platform of GAaoxaa liecretuy.M. ,

as chairman and W. I. Metcalf Esq., ions such relieve them of I is the before
Associations; no Young People's are as to susI 1896 only question us. j
B. CnuMh. South.Saoday5chilioa.w..andZpwettkLtiie.
Society of Christian Endeavor: no or. as secretary. Remarks were then'made I picion.- That which baa been written is graven. j

SADVSTIsw t gauited temperance tnnvemeirts; no by Dr. Paine, W. L Metwlf J. C. No matter how ,pure may be the with an iron pen and deep in thi'rock j p. m.. every Sunday General prayer Mrt

Epworth Leagues. Women had never Stowers.. L. W. Burkhardt and C:eo. L.Dranniol motives of Mr. Flagler in desiring to be forever. We gather tonight to reiterate tug meeting Thursday Cndayfictr.uuiiiI evenii>g. at n.I. Ladfc frractiiaf prayer- 1

*? fallowed tbe armies on battle-fields to [. United States Senator we cannot help I the platform of 1896. not as a thing rici-* fir t, necoiid and third Bvodajra at rackmunthasilLm.s5d715p.m. .I.
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pli-k up the wounded and care for friend It was moved and carried that we believing that it would be hazardous to I: sufficient! and final bnt as an'earoest of : Iatbert.iaga.ong.ervkewdibebeIdhalfsaoerh..* 11
.. have celebration on tbe Fourth of JrJy. I andunswerving lore the regular divine wrvk-c. We would beKlad .1.$
Mnd foe alike. Bigotry everywhere in a : I' place in his hands power that would nepired purpose pure leadership to have yon mcat; totueoat sad help M|
: Theiollowing gentlemen were appointed devotion the interests of The Fourth .enrices will be bald atLantaaa '
: tbe churches. India closed to "mission enable him to take advantage of the to Sunday
SERMON OF REV. D. PAINE ..
S. at 11 a. m. At Hypoltua.. at I p.
sTy work ; China with 400 wflltcws a ommittee on general arrangements people to promote his own interests.Mr. the masses. Onr holy cause can know At boynton 7 p. m. Ii" I

-p closed; Japan closed. Now all the with power to name suCOmmiUees : Flagler is an enterprising,public no truce. no compromise. We shall not Rev. j. K. WALKU. farter.CbuMh. ".

jattto Went filde Cenr
gnadar MjM, May SI. 199. Strohm. Guy !. Metcalf, Geo. S. Adams, man in the State to his ark of our covenant CODgegatioD.l ,.
which we live growing better every day, .. .. _d" any -. -- promote-- .-.. .. Kev. 8. D. Paine faotur.SOTlceatll.iii.an "
every minute, ever second. :u. r.. ruoer. own and tile state's interests. He should "it ia true mat new piomems connonius .1 7t11l Po lB. Haftday
Dr. r.iue tailed eight 'on moved and carried that the (vboo'aad I'mtort Bible 4.1"a l at 10 .. ..
Sunday I am not here tonight to eulogize It was be commended for.what he has accomplished and new schools of thought demand Christian; Endraver at 6JKJ p. m. Prayer
'The ).ewoz able Reign of Queen Victoria Queen Victoria simply because I -am an general committee on program aud and meet with encouragement in recognition. If we accomplished something Meeting Wedned.-.y at T p a. t

," the eightieth anniversary of Englishman but because! she is the appointments 'etlert0 an adjourned alibis' efforts along that line but if he in 1896 but not enough it must

lUe birth of England's Queen. .hic grandest and noblest woman that ever citizens meeting Tuesday afternoon at asks the people of Florida to make him be realized that in the act of throwing St. Ann's Catholic Chunab.Beginning .

...':e1ebtatetI )e5ttda,, aving brought wielded the royal scepter over any land, 4 olclock.. I' United States Senator he asks too much. off its false leadership taking up its will be Holy wIth..a..ad Sunday.Sermon Juaiary every Mb.saaday t'1

h r before thr public eye more promioeetly in any age or among any people. I am The meeting then adjourned. No democrat in Florida will ever true mission. Demccracy could not at and 10 Vorper o'clock service a m. at Sunday".30 p.School.,. at 81 at,

just now than perhaps is any proud tonight that I belong to the grand At the adjourned meeting to hear the willingly consent to the election of a spring! into the arena fall panoplied asa On week da?* Mass will be at 7 a. ..

other personage on the Globe, Dr. old onquerin2 Abjlft-Saxon race. report of tie committee, J. C. Stowerswas Republican to the United States Senate. champion of reform. Nor do we blame

: r Uw took ai hU text Proverbs xxxi, 24: It has taken many centuries to buiM tl.e chosen as temporary chairman. Gainsville Sun reformers for distrusting any party Evening $ta. badge, "0. 4..

"Favor U deceitful and beauty is vain; : Anglo-Saxon. Away back in the dim, The report of the committee was then *. which baa devoted a whole generationto Icftlgbt* of PythUa, ,

.bat a woman that earetu the Lord, she traditional sge'; we find the Briton toying read which was as follows : Tour com Pineapple Culture Under Sheds. the work of pulling pennies oat of Meet time.eveiyFiklav VisitBR bn Nhrh1athloo'clochtaacSai'll sball be praised"la the of -- the tariff schedules for what we Castle Hall over t'ublkSchool Building.CEO. .
tnittee beg to report appointment ; : yet.
Then
over the little sea-girt We. S. ADAM' *. C C
the of
the ,ear 1819 on 24th day then sub-committees as follows :' Editor; Times-Union and Citizen: did and what we endured tin 1896 we U F. BIXDBT,.K. ot R. & S. st-c?
May Victoria Alexander Queen of came the Romans under Caesar William General Arrangements Committee- In answer to my former letter in your'. claim the confidence of all friends of the
Britain and Ireland and Came the Saxons, then came I have made to the
Qrett Empress paper, inquiries as We invited all leaders of 1
Wilmon Whilldin chairman ; Geo. S. people. new
vt India, m as born in the palace of Ken- the Norman then came the refugees Mains, secretary ; Guy I. Metcalf cost of land planting and bringing pineapples thought to join us in the spirit of the THE BOYNTONIA
from all the continent men aad women
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"_lion, London. liar father was Edward _L M, Tf... flrtAwr., O CV Strohm. into bearing. Through this immediate martYr hero.. Henry Geoiee. who Disced I . !
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Duke of Kent the fourth son ofGec.rge of whom tie world was sot wormy a. section $100 per acre is what the talents at service notbecause pleasant and convenient hotel just 4
his '
Committee on Finance-George Zapf, splendid our built and furnished located 'I
for conscience's sake. newly on
the Third her mother the refugees best located lands sell for, and tbe estimate -
; bad found the
chairman; J. D. Mathis, Ceo..L.'Bran. he thought we the ocean beach in the town of Boynton
Princess Victoria Louisa of Saxe- Thus one nation after another, fight I shall make will be a liberal one
Mary ning Geo. S. Adams. Bobo Dean. truth, but because be knew we sought foot of Lake Worth, twelve miles south 1
Cobnrg Saaclfdt, relict. of the hereditary lug struggling, mingling their .bloods, Committee Transportation and for all expenditures, as it is very discouraging it honestly. We have dedicated onr of Palm Beach. Can be reached by F.
Prince of Leiningen. In January. 1828. until they have founded a magnificent on for a newcomer to invest with the be dedicated his immortal volume E. C. R. R. or by hunch, sail boat or
chairman F. o.WiUiam. party. aa
Rates-J., C. Stowers, ;
and earner.
lit father died. and 12 nether George people. God has gives to Auerica .. Wilmon Whilldin, Ceo. W. idea that it can be done for a mere song, 'To those who, seeing the vice and A quiet place with pleasant surroundings .
the Fourth nor his next brotber, the England tbe gold,ibesilver,the precious Patter. tire result being that before a crop is misery that spring from the unequal for parties who wish to remain for

Duke of York-CUtence-bad surviving stones, the iron, the oil, the best territories Public and gathered he is short of funds and dis distribution of wealth and privileges, a period to enjoy the healthful climateof
of the world. We are one people, Committee on Speaking Southern Florida from the
fane she was looked as probable gusted. Fields have been planted here of social away
upon the
feel possibility a higher
.Singing-W. I. Metcalf chairman ; J. I of fashionable hotels.
be the hurly-burly large,
We to
with one destiny. are
future sovereign, of the British Empire.On and cultivated at a small cost but "
very state and strive for its attainment.
an the R. Anthony, D. A. Thanuson K. B. No formality, no stiffness, everything
of to peoplesof
the death of William the Fourth beacon-lights liberty the returns have always been comparatively pleasant and sociable.

without issue Victoria became Queenof the earth. Our prayers go np to&igbt ,Potter. smaller. I shall take a field of ten WEAK GOLDBUG ARGUMENT. Good large pleasant rooms and .I
r the great British Empire. William for our President, our country, and for Committee on Children's Program acres and figure on six years,placing the homelike table service can be obtained ,

tbe Fourth died June 20. 18J7. the good Queen across tbe seas and our J. C. Harris, chairman ; Miss Lulu An- yield at a conservative estimate, and the Falla to Conalder the Effect .( SUveiRemonetliatloa. for $2.00 per day and upwards. Special I
gene\ Miss Vesta Willson, Miss An- rates by the month.
The incident is related that when the kinsmen onder. And ''e.11 the people :
) price for fruits at an average that we Call or addresa for further particulars, j
thony Mrs. S. D. Paine Mrs. Sackett.
young Princess was told that heas gay, A ien. have in the past gotten for all sorts of There baa never been aa argument
THE BOYNTON Ha.G.W.IDNBR
Boynton .
Committee on Public DecorationsCarl made against the free coinage ot silver ,
the Queen of Great Britain, tens came TO ENGLAND ASP AMERICA. fruits out in the These
Hchrepnick, chairman Mrs. Peck grown open. that does not assume( the whole coio.
to her ryes and she requested the Arch- Sire,ve a..+ one- teb tbero.. By tbe dustIn ; prices are for a ten-acre lot shedded : i
Metcalf. Geo. L. Branning Let the reader cast his eye over any
Ukbop. of Canterbury, who was present all our Knglteh cbnrebjrariU bjr tbetanKue er, Miss May I Tu ten acre ol land.......................... $1KM editorial the
G. W !dne; H. C Hood. I __. _,._ printed speech eeeay or on
wbea ibe ne.i rsme to kneel! and a>k TO) tlea.riJlg. ,11 -- .in. 60'o < and he will find that It iasimolv
her her IB which elU'eoninroB gkakwre thoughtand Committee on Amusen *n sand Sports. plaots....................... .... _...._... 700To < I gold aide r
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Cod to qualify .for responsible tiiade writer
.. a acainst what the _
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position. She was crowned in West. By the one LAW above u'.pure and)uat; ; fertilizing..II yearn..... ..... ...... 3XX or speaker is pleased to term "cheap & SON.
t miuiter Abbey, June 2S. 18J8. Under By Loves bwt girt-Ill' abiding houllekold Potter, John B. Beach, Frank B. Everett, Tu work............_..................... 2.500 I money." "depreciated money," "de- .. .
\ dIe cbair on which the kings and queens trust :Thos. J. Crier T. T. Reese, Paul 'C. To 1.800cratelllm&de)__...-..... ..... 1,800 : based money." "dishonest dollars."
England have been crowned H a That war ball never do this grievous Jones, Max Sirkin, Porter Lansing,W. II.Sanders. To gathering and packing ISOOI'ratelipIDeII I etc.. It is aaaamed broadly that the moment Jewelers and Opticians

u. wrong _......___. ..,,___....__ 1,800 the American mint ia opened'every ,
: stone, brought from Scotland in 1827, let ut(ie brethren Ktlll! To peee belorgA To shedding ten acrea......,,._........_ 3.000 dollar will inatantly drop to 80
Committee. Water B. H '
Sports ,
MH! to be the tone on which Jacob reclined natiuu'a tixiphkw-not to battle-taut. To' packing boune......_?.._.........._ 400 and then an outburst of Watches Clocks
cents comes Jewelry
hi head when fleeing to Ppdan! Bat tt the itars KhaH fill the night with flame ;Dimick, chairman ; N. S. Buruham A, 'ro tram wajr and car............._..._..... 200 the infamy ,
Aram to his uncle Lahan. The coronation ire Mill tbere no fairUul shepherds watching liB. Otwell Will Wbidden. J. T. Dellerr). To general lepairx aud Incidental..... 500 swelling of a indignation"cheap dollar.against" The idea Musical Goods, Strings, etc.

chair aad tune are of great historic Ia there no uiukle$ born til middle Heaven T Committee chairman on Bicycle Haugh Races R.-Bei; (relit at $1.40.bjr 18.000.... ..._crate....:....pInes....,.$23,800:: : that silver bullion would necessarilyrise Stationery Ink Blank Books
Potter, ; A. L. ; W.
interest Can we nut bear the.hr itm& bi11ii proclaim Credit by 500.000 pleats at '' under the increased demand for it ,

Oa February 10, i8o, Queen Vict That uoty UK to-Uay a Child is -leD ; Wbitehurst J. C. Lauther, Frank !Ideer $3 per 1.000-------............_ 1.300 never seems to enter their minds. U it
I tit was married to Prince Albert. Dukeof And Peace'on Earth.- Dot War. U Ofld'a Committee on Fireworks L. W, -- does it fails to find expression. NEWS DEPOT

Saxe-Gotha, burn at Roeneua August good "ill. -H. D. RAWXSLEt. turkhardt, chairman ; E. M. Brelsford, Set profit expiration MX JH.700 $15.730 Glance at the monetary history of I DAILY PAPERS.

26. 1819. He wag a man of rtfiuedtaitea : .. J. F. Qli'erV.. G. DeBerry L. A.Wi11son. years ......................._.....10,950 the world since 1873 and the fact appears -I
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an accomplished musician, a Ladies Aid Sodal. Ben Duster 0. W. Weybrecht.J. making the above estimate, I base that every time a mint has been Fine Watch 1 eW61ry Rcpairin[
closed to silver its value has fallen; that
patron ani l psesWcnt! of numerous charitable 1 1Ie a- W. Mullikin. A. T. Rcse, J. N. Clark. my calculation .on what has been done
the East Indian mint suspendedsilver
when
i :I-.itutions. lIe was tbe chief The Social held at tbe Hotel Palms Committee on Dance-S. H. Happer- here by following the course of those coinage silver bullion dropped IX ALL. IttUNCIIkM.SeoiBOlt : .

,i promoter of the great InternJtijnal Expwtion Tuesday evening, May 2jd, under tie sett, chairman; Mrs. F. B. Everett, who have adopted the plan of planting 19 cents an ounce in two or three days Beae'f f

: of 1851. He enjoyed great pop- auspices of the Ladies Aid Society of the Mrs. Guy I. Metcalf. Mrs. M. E. Gruber only the best plants, instead cf betting -nearly one-fourth of its entire value. Block West Fill .

alarily .itb the British people. He Congregational Church, was well attended Frank B. Everett, IK B. Saunders, W. out everything they can get their hands! But in the face of these indisputablefacts - .- .!

died in London December 14, iS6i. The and proved a most enjoyable affair. O, Budd, J. 0. Cheatham, M. E. Gruber. i, on. It is better to pay ten dollars per they coolly take the position that

t English nation) and the whole civilized The following program was rendered: Remarks were hen made by various thousand and select only tIle best plants the moment our mint is opened and Clematis Avenue I.\

world deeply sympathized with the Solo-Miss Vesta Willson. citizens, audit was moved and carried than to bave the kind that are usually 70000.000 of American people put forth '

Queen and the royal family in their Recitation-Mrs \Vm. Sanders. that the report of the general committee set as a gift. This has been so thorough- an for almost coinage unlimited demand instead for of silver the Supply StoreWest ::
and the Selection! Baud. ly demonstrated that it all understanding parposes ,
hour of sa
etv eulogtuuis were passed on the ,tie- DlAel-Mandolin and Piano-Misses carried that the general committee be why people will do to the con- ly go down to up a dead level with the ::- Palm Beach. Florida :

ceased Prince by the pi ess anJ the Nell and :Margaret Clow. liked to place one or m$r& from Man- rary. One acre properly planted will : present price of bullion Upon this J. D. MA THIS Piopmtor.

people of Great Britain. When the Piano Solo-Miss Bessie Thomason gonia and Lake Worth on some special yield more and better pines than threeas point tbey pay no more attention to the

good Prince presided: at the opening of Solo-sir. Sanders. committee. it is usually done, and at onethirdthe great ,law of "supply and demand"than Sacceuar u Rra.i i| R.ker}..< Cnccry C.)

the Exposition in Hyde Park in 1851 Solo-Guitar accompaniment The meeting then adjourned.V. cost after plants are secured. It has if such a principle bad never been :UT )fotlo-- uIC'k Salt* aa
it was bis hope and earnest prayer that Sirkin. .$ I. METCALF, Sec'y. not been very long since I saw a ma? dreamed otTaVea Bakery Goods and 1
it would lead to universal peace. Selection-Baud. furrow with Planet
t .5.- opening up a a Jr., Off the Protection.
At that very time evenb were shaping Guitar Solo-Miss Gnssie Moffatt What Does This nen? plow, drop pineapple suckers in the Nobody knows what to do with the Family Groceries

for one of tbe most terrible wars of Piano Solo-Miss Alice Armstrong. -- trench and cover the roots up with the trusts-how to separate the sheep from .....My Specialty.Goods .

modern times. In December, 1851, Guitar and Piano Duet-Miss Anthony Tn 6" M_ .-...........ii..... ..:.tla...1'-... IOU'I...... J..auUVUI I. .1. .__..11I<_: rjlow..- leaving- : them Ivin- down and the the coats if there- are any sheen among
1 Louis Napoleon became supreme authority and Mr, Ssuiiders.SelectionBand.. to the Atlanta Constitution, dated roots not more than half covered, and them; bow to spare the good and punish delivered free to any part
May of the the Lake.
City or across
His path to gteatncss the bad: bow. in fact to devise ma
ia France. ith, find the following are told that be is an intelligent man !
jve : AU Orders Cites
crime from whkh he did Mrs Hillhousc the fortune j chinery that shall impede the operations Prompt itteitioa.
led as
through gypsy M. Flagler's That kind of intelligent is what is giving
Henry large railroad and
of"the wont of them. One thing onlyis Goods First-Class and Fresh.
shrink. He overthrew the constitution teller quite a Highest
not was success. hotel system did not altogether influence the pineapple business a black eye. No .
certain-that is that trust in prices paid for .
every produce.Buy
country
i which be swore to protect. He Quotations and conundrums were that gentleman of millions upon millions one who has any practical knowledgeof
of unarmed to leave New York City and take a protected product has shown that that ol me and I will save jun mn.,. 5.1q7
and np
: sltnxhtertbundred; men written on hearts the hearts cut in his residence in Florida the business jwonld expect to ever gel protection is unnecessary. This protection -

i and women in the streets of Paris. lie two. in many dffierent ways, were to be : There;was another reason permanently that has*an anything out of such intelligent (?]) should be withdrawn aa soon as .

wanted to divert the attention of tbe matched. It was quite amusing to see important political significance. procedure. The"Cheap John"principle possible. In that action no party lines

French people from the< manner of bis the different ones hunting for the other t To his intimate friends be has confided in pineapple growing has had its day, are necessary. But if that action is not FirstClassJob

becoming EWI>cror. He wanted a spirited half of their hearts which were found i that reason. His ambition is not and those who persist in it are bound to taken the party in power may expect to

ft/reign policy. lIe sent demandsto after a very diligent search. satisfied wants to with add to financial his fame success.senatorial He come to grief.Perhaps I I be censured for the failnre.-Portland

Turkey relating to certain privilege The decorations arranged by Mrs. honors. His great ambition now is to some doubting Thomas may' Oregonian. _ _

granted to Russia by Turkey in favor of Decker and Miss May Metcalf were very !succeed United t&tes Senator Mallory say that the above estimate is too high Dlaarraced but Still a Power. PrintingAt

the Greek monks worshiping, in the, attraticve, and called forth many corn- from Florida. And he flatters himself and that it sounds "fishy" to them. We That Senator Quay will control the I
that he stands a most excellent
Holy Sepulchre at Jerusalem. In time plimeutary remarks. uf being elected. So be has finally chance de; say. cut the net profit in two then we next Republican state convention seems the Sun Office.
the Crimean war .fallowed. England The refreshments consisted cake cided to reside at St. Augustine: permanently have $5,475 besides having the originalcost to be settled beyond dispute. The party .

France. urkry against Russia. Then an.l ice creum. and take an active part in FlorIda of land, clearing, packinghouse and organization ia with him. The active

Sardinia joined the allied powers. Tbe The net proceeds were twenty dollars politics .! : all paid for out of the business, thus allowing party workers who believe in party regularity -
Mr. Flagler will have many helps in are ready to do battle lor their
struggle continued over a ,ear. Russia and fifty cents. for
$5,475 purely imaginary dis
his race for United States Senator chief and that means control of the
last; 20oaiu men in defense! of her BlackSra Thanks are tendered to the Band by Prominent among them will be his t>ersonal a.4ers. What is the matter with that? election of delegates in a majority of The Dade County State Bank

stronghold Sebastopol was taken the Ladies Aid Society for their kind influence hIS personal newspaper From the foregoing, it will plainly be the counties. But. unlike most party ,

bv the allitd armies and nearly a million assistance in the enings entertainment organs and his wonderful part in the seen that pineapple growing is not a conventions the next Republican state West Mm Beach Florida.
of workmen anti rolilk-rs perished. .. development of Florida. So far Mr will divide and I
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convention surely an :
-- --- Flaglrr has not been regarded poor man's industry, for an outlay of .
In 1857 the Sepoy rebelliou took place i as a possible '!Impendent ticket will be placed in the
Wanted. factor in Florida politics, but for from: seven to eight hundred dollars per Authorized Capital $100,000.Paid .
in India. The rebellion was suppressed ... the few ij by the minority.-Philadelphia
next years he will be the cynosure acre and a two-yaers wait for the first
and Victoria was proclaimed of the eyes of all Florida lines. Up Capital $15,000.
Queen politicians. i
\ A clarinet
good strong or cornet crop is rather steep for a man with a very
Empress India. The old East Company player who is either a painter and sign Whether the above statement is based short purse to run up against. But fora Hanna'a Own Han For Speaker.No .
was abolished. Since tha{ time upon facts justifying the conclusion with the facts of OFFICERS:
writer a baker or a carpenter, to cones man who has money seeking profitable one conversant
England has assisted; to cover India with pond with S. II HAPPERSETT, reached..we have no means of knowing, investment, the pineapple business recent political history will doubt that E.. N. DIMICK President .

schools, mission ry stations, railroads, See'y. Lake Worth Band, but if tr.ie. we cannot help thinking that judiciously managed, offers better opportunities -, Hanna will be consulted concerning the U. D. HENDRICKSON Vica.Puidsaf.

telegraph wires, et6. "Then: came the West Palm Beach Fla. Mr. Flagler will make the mistake or than any thing else I know.' gpeakership of the Fifty-sixth congress. CEO. L. BRAINING Cathitr.
Later in the I will be able to
season give
: The that Hanna has decreed that
of England/to*restore settlidgovtlflCJent his life. Tbeie report
are for
attempt many reasons
----- fome exact figures from pines
shipped
the speaker of the next house shall be a Office Hours From to
a.
m. s
9 m.
r in Egjptini: 1882. Then the.gvoltofthe1bd1fl Cash For Town Lots. believing that he will never be a. United srom under sheds and 1 think I can favorable to the Banna-Payee p.
j. the Eastern SmJ1 -I' :State: Senator frojj Florida. safely say that the estimate I have made man General BusID\S
subsidy bill is not calculated to excite Banking TraasactColleetlou.prurnptly
:, -;!*n.% The inishionof General. Gordon o I will pay cash for any desirably locate This state is now and probably ever will he found considerably under rather surprise. It is entirely consistent with
t' 'Kliartouro. :J hit!..death etc. I town lots offered cheap. Address"L. w.II: be a Democratic state. Mr. Flagleif than over, the figures I have named. Banna's record and Uatiou.-8L rMltU oa cia, c4reet'fpL
W. R. HARDEE.
Draft
*boujcat and wtM \U
of the L. P.O. Box West Palm oa prlvI
,.4 .pcejr'udevcniifl the reIgn 132. Beach. ft Rtpulilicju, and 'if there' uere no Eden, Brevard Cuuuty, Florida. Louis Republic. gpal cities ol tw United 5t&i& 3n

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