The Tropical sun
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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: January 12, 1899
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
lccn - sn 83025639
System ID: UF00075915:00546
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Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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e PURELYPERSONAL..' a possibly cruise around to the West the.. Indies.Florida Coast and THE COUNTY TIDINGS LIVELY LOCAL LINKS.' 'ion,and a:cepte&G his proffer is likely to be gratefully HERE AND THERE.- t

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Henry J. Anthony was a visitor to .
People as They Come and Qo-People Miami Tuesday. A Budget of Interesting Items From \Vbat the Sun's Men Heard la The W. Rowan, of THE SUN force Sund- Scraps of News About This and That 1 '

r t You Mayor May Not Know. t Regular Correspondents. |f' Lively Local" Whirligig. aged with friends in Delray. and Different Things. .1

-$.- Fred Hand moved his family to Mi .-... -.. --- West Palm Beach has a new tailoring -- _I'l lI

A'.langs of Personal-Items-Visitors Inthe amt the lattefpart of last week.-, Very Carefully Compiled and Confined. to that \.. Mirror of Minor Happtalagt., JUelT establishment as will be seen by the announcement M.WIT Notes ana Items of Inlsrtstto i I

City, and Cltlteni VisitingOut The Powers family'are here >for ** Which is of Most Interest to the dent,' Coming Eventl ud a of Abe. Safrauek & Son, Everybody la General and Nobodyin 1 '

of the City. another season, 'domiciled in an EastSide CHiienj of Dade County. Galaxy of Current Goll1 who have opened ap for busines on Baa. Particular > }E

.... home. ... t -I' a- laD.Street. i "
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Mrs.C. A. Redifer daughter Rnth G. W. Reynolds and wite.'of Pawtux HYPOLCXO HAPPENINGS J' E. Chambers has:put lIt an electricannnnciatorin The attention of TEX SUN readers is Ed McGuire has been engaged the j

were in town Tuesday, visiting Mrs. A. et, R. I. arrived Monday at their But is making tip_Seminole Hotel this called to'the adrt. of J. B. O'Donohne.the put week ill installing a gasoline gas i'

E. Heyter. and shopping between. times Side winter home. A. W. daily shipments week. phographer ,who has opened op a lighting plant for the Beach Club build. i

and, arrived from of egg plants and tomatoes. gallery for a permanent location on Clematis just north of the postoffice. .
C B.Cory family County Attorney Robt. R. Taylor aid The public schools were closed yesterday lag 1

the north last Saturday and are' domi- Justice Geo. A. Worley were up from John Brown has been platting out owing to the absence of the principal Avenue. Cory's houseboat was moved from ib

cited on their houseboat. for the winter<'II"! Miami, Tuesday. on legal business. several acres of potatoes the past week.J. from the city.JPostmaster The *ladies of the Congregational moorings down opposite 'the, Cabbage,

Cape U. D.Hendrkkson was in town Henry Pomar one TI of r.-B-Mir the Greenleaf& \. Porter is one of the Hypoluxo ( J. C. Stowers having the Church held their regular monthly Islands ways the latter part of last week
hustlers. besides running his farm he is
Tuesday on business and incidentally, Crosby Jewelry Co's trusted young men, and mail tore fronts In the Palms building freshened missionary meeting at the parsonage and brought np to the city wharf.
#( express agent earner.
looking ,after business for his line- of is again at Palm Beach for the season. np by a new coat of paint. Wednesday afternoon. A load number An action has been commenced ia
boats. ___ I. I Hardy has been wearing a smileas *A ** Trwi -i, ?
... .'Dietch arrived last night iW. from New broad as a rail road iron ;s long over jH.[ W. Palmer, of Neptune has been were Cuba present read.and an interesting paperon I County Court by the trustees of the Tabernacle -

,lira J. N. Clark, wife of postmaster York and will again look after the shooting the arrival of a new girl at his house. busily, engaged, this" week painting the was Babtist Church of West Paint J

,Clark of Lake Worth, was in town ou a grounds at the East Side hotel store front of the "The Palms" block. Ladies Beach vs. Noah Hall on charge of forcible -
The Aid of
John Drake, like all other young fellows Society the Congregational -
field.E. and detention of the church.
,and calling on sporting entry .
.wheeling Tuesday
trip couldn't! be still while retrruing B.P. Haines went down to''Boynton Church have requested the pastor

%; friends. _____' L. Russell and family and Mrs. from Lantana the other night in a,sailboat last night to install a gas lighting plant Rev. S, D. Paine, to deliver lecture Lucia Tiger, son of Little Tiger,a Seminole -

Mrs. W. So &D41tial Emily Dow ar Bally cS Biossborgh. Pa., arrived SpU take a 9 o'clock dive, clothes and in the u w Hotel Boynton at that place. on his recent travels in Great Britain brave from New River, has been in

all. the bottom of the lake and the Continent of Europe and he has town this week as a patient of Dr. Pot
rived from the north last aight and are urday end have opened the Royal Poinetana John says
at Wlndella Plantation star the Sb Ua for'tbs season. where he went over proved to be a fine Checkers is still being played in town j consented to do so at a thDe! \0 be gamed ter's Lucia Is It sufferer from dropsy
%tlMw by regvtar. "habitues'* of the game but and kindred diseases and his family have
>inter. mud bed. .The boys fished him out a hereafter-probably in the coarse of two
_'a_ Walter Johnson, a former rekident of mad but wetter man. as a fe4, It teems to have sunk into a or three weeks, decided to test the"skill of the white

Alex J. Goode of Melbourne and Gus this place but who has been ap North fora state of Innocuous desuetude. man's medicine man

of arrived last week and year or so, returned Tuesday night to We noticed some fine corn growing The criminal case Christ
< .Joht.soa, Cocoa The City Marshal has marked the few.: against Herig Word has been received from New

will probably have charge of some ol th,- accept a .position over ft the RoalPointiana. on will Capt.remind Fred Vosses of when farm corn was that a bad places in the sidewalks and now it before Judge Keyset- last week, where River that a hone WM lost, strayed or
you yon
Plagler fleet this season. behooves the Chris was charged with enticing a girl
adjoining week
; barefoot boy on the farm. The stalks property owners stolen from there within the past

Prank Stranahan, Fort Lauderdale'i C, H.'Miller arrived home from Miami are now in full bloom and promise tip to dp the rest-and do it quick. under ten years of age from home for and Miami is said- to be infested with
the of
tmaster a4 the well. knowq mer- Ywtejdaymorntogcamjng,! .up to recuperate -I l&rsjg the stalk, We didn't e .amtnj"lthe Work.i. \ being pushed on 'the UaltbydF the purpose prostitution resulted in tramp Perhaps a little !'nfioeoce"
r' of
-Ci' tot Ihntrti.:W a"plClat vl; in gealtVa little as he has*been : top to Ie &there wasnH bath bosh.>! ? ,g so that tt wQi soda 1It: .p.- ; .,' Esq discharge appeared for Chris the &.qvA.JYorle aad W I.$ dawn there;have e. same:tied .we use

King friends in West Palm Beacb. under the weather lately, probably from I el already shelled,- for we knew 'ties ready for occupancy besides helping the Metcalf Esq for the defense.&wi here might thesaffle"e, ect in keep-

Ohio arrived over work. there. w business, looks ..of. that portion of the sAt fog such gentry away: i
C. B. Cad/, of CindnnaUl, -. .. a

in town Sunday night and will J. C. Harris principal of the public MAXGOXIA UITTERIXGS. town to a very appreciable extent. the regular services at the Congregational A visit to the art studio of Hiss. Laura

probably locate here for the. season as schools, was called to Umatilla, Lake :Installation of officers was the principal church next Sunday. morning Woodward at Palm Beach shows a fine
.' be is in search of good health and can yesterday morning telegram the pastor will have for his subject "How selection of of studies to please the visitors x
County a
Capt. A. E. Knowles is well and tt feature of work at the Knights oi
find as much of it bere as anywhere. the illness Old Art Thou". At the night service he and patrons of this most interesting 1
announcing dangerous '
I work again over at Lake Worth. Pythias Castle Hall Friday night Eve-
will preach on the "Three feature of East Side attractions.: Miss
arrived from uf his father. ,-
John Seybold and family J3 ning Star Lodge having decided to
and tine weatner-every thing growirig Religions of the WorM" Christian Endeavor Woodward has improved the summer
Jacksonville last Saturday night abandon the projected public installation
while his family U visiting here John G. J. Zehnbaoer claim agent of the F. rain and shine just about right-every-. meeting will begin at 6.15 p. m. months to the extent of many additions t

will visit Miami and probably Havana E. C. Ry, arrived from St. Augustine on body happv. The electric light plant is now doing with Miss Vesta Willson as leader.Ricou's to her large variety ol studies.

on the lookout for business possibilities. last night's train and will spend a day or F. A. Rowley was up from Boyntonand business up tithe limit of its capacity A Shooting is reported from Miami
and Mr. Mollikin is considering the advisability fish house received five
in this
sevtjou business pomp-
so connected :
spent Sunday at home returning to
Dave Johnson
where Monday night
Mrs. L. Marvin U enjoying a visit of in ano that
with his department. his planlationIonday.. putting a larger motor to yesterday morning weighen 125
from her sister Mrs. H.: C Thomas "of meet the increasing demand for the lbs, the biggest one weighing twenty- formerly of Cocoa while under them*

Louisville Ky., who arrived here Su.daYl1ighL .. Max Sirkin leftt Tuesday night for Rev. S. D.. Paine was calling on parihoners electric light service. eight and one half pounds. They were fluunce of liquor got a pistol and threat

This is Mrs. ,Thomas' first Miami where he went to assist in install in this neighborhood Tuesday' caught 'by fisherman C. A. Raue the ened to shoot a man, when!; another man

.visit to Lake Worth. She will> be here ing the. newly elected officers of the and managed to find his way out on the Some people like cream cheese; some night previous. No one here has yet interfered and tried to take the pistol

weeks of her sister. lodge of Odd Fellows there he being the Ridge this time. like Dutch cheese; some like more I away and in the attempt the pistol was
for tome u a guest come up to the forty-two and one half
District Deputy Grand Master for this Mrs. Jennings was up from town cheese; some get sick on cheese and we : pounder discharged, probably fatally wounding
reported short time
Mr.. and Mrs. S. P. Worthington arrived have the word of Grocer G. G. Strohm as.caught a
district. Johnson.
# t '____. Monday visiting atC. E. Merchant's and at _____
Saturday and are in their cozy new I that all the above assertions are true. :.So I ago 1H. .
thai the whole
home at the south side of' town.* Mrs. .1n onn Ulellts'have been received of party paid a if you doubt our word, ask him.A a.* -_ One or more launches are running to ; I Ithe
visit to the Inlet going launch.
Worthington has quite recovered from the marriage of Miss Addie Pearl Swiftto up by FLAGLER HOTEL ITEMS Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-tht

her very serious illness which kept themat Mr. J. Tracy Taylor, both of ChicagoThe Neighbor hash, U expending all his Union Tank Line car of gasoline -.-- 1t -Sea on Sunday mornings leaving the
Jacksonville for some weeks on their bridal couple are' expected at urplus energy in caring for his patch of arrived over the F.E. C. Ry. from the From Some of Our Would-be city wharf.West, Palm Beach promptlyat
cucumbers, and ue trust his tines and North last Friday aud was pumped into Knowing
way down. Edgewood, Ex-Mayor Swift's East Side ia }o. a. m, and the wharf of the
his will the Standard Oil Co's. tank that same and Prophetic Exchanges t
hOles reach a successful
home, this week, and next week the entire Hotel Royal Poinciana at 10 45. a. m,
returned Thursday from I, day. A large quantity of this fluid is
E. R. Bradley fruitage.
Swift family party will probalby be Hotel returning immediately after the service. .I
men all the United States
bit trip to Havana where he went to see here. used here by the many launches on the over
Albert Merchant took charge of C. I. generally have their Will call at wharves on the way if sig
Lake. M.
I eyes on II.
"Old Glory"take the place of Spain'syellow Cragin's launch Monday and is getting nalled. Fare for the round trip, 10 r
t Flagler right now, the New Orleans
I says
G. W. Lockard, the travelling
ensign. He reports everything agent I it ready as fast as possible for winter use oft quietly for the big Chicago and Kansas City
according to
going: program as the owner and his house party ate moved into building the
and peacably and to the satisfaction of meat firm of Swift & Cowas here last) expensed in II few.. days opposite man who owns and operates a string The following trio of mighty nimrods
the Masonic Hall. Miss
Vesta of from
inns Jacksonville down
the Atlantic
the leading Cubans as well as the American Friday on victualling purposes intent. and distingueshed legal luminaries;
The "Sunny South" was out on the Willsnn, the instructor, is very successful coast as far as the Florida
!. lIe was formerly in Kansas City but now pointHe Judge Geo. A. Worley and attorneys R.. i1
Lake Worth the first of the weekto in her work with the little and
ones, his
ways owns own railroad too, and -
has his ebadquarters in Jacksonvillefrom R. Taylor and H. B. Saunders visited n
r of the be put in business trim, but Tuesday deserves all the and the hotels and
Geo. P. Miles, general manager where he make his occasional forages encouragement railroad are made to workin the ducking grounds down the Lake

" Indian River and Bay Biscay ne\ Line, into the adjoining'territorp. morning found it again in the water and support the parents and public can give. conjunction and do duty for the one Monday, found birds so plentiful that
ready for charter or hire. master .
s was down from St. Augustine last week ...1F.PWORTU Capt. Jamie Clark's yacht "Providen- they lost all control of their weapons
inspecting the service and visiting the Capt. C. E. Merchant took quite a da" was put in the water last Friday for A railroad and a hotel make a pretty wasted upwards of fifty shells, missed

Lake Saturday. They are preparing for LEAGUE. party of Mangonians to town Sunday the first time this season. It is to be handy combination, and Mr. Flaglerhas birds within fifteen feet of the boat ao4

a good business this season and with The people o the night to hear Mrs. Braman's lecture but put in sailing order and fully victualed made piles of cash where other hotel returned home hungry and gameless.""
have all they young in that they were proprietors have been doing little more
. proper management will dissapointed, tho'ughthev for a cruise to Key West and probablythe
will hold their devotional -+a.----
League regular than
addiug new mortgages.In .
can handle. heard a good Sermon instead. West Coast, having been chatteredfor
meeting every Sunday afternoon at ;3 addition to the above another of THEY SAY-
Capt. U. D. Hendneksou's Steamer that b C. W.
B. Clow o'clock P. M at the Methodist church. purpose ) 4
Joe. Jefferson and Capt. J. en has been our exchanges arises to remark as fol.
i -, joked a days outing at the Inlet Tuesday All are invited. Gladys brought up from Miami W. E. Gerow.of the Standard Oil Company lows: That the prettier a woman's teeth.. the
arming at its home wharf
and had a fine day and good luck. They Program'for January IS, 18cJ9. at Lake I was here Monday arranging for The report is now current that Mr. more she is apt to smile..
Wc.rthIonday night. It will\ be naleii
returned home that evening loaded with Subject Where Am I Going? beginning the use of their delivery Flagler will soon jump the channel and That a smart man will try to give yon '

the results of their day's sport including Leader R. Whitehurst.. out on the was aud overhauled before wagon Tuesday, on which day they erect in Havana a hotel that will dazzle the advice you want; ,

more than the usual amount of yarn but, Opening song No. 236. being put on a run again.B. started it out on its first trip. Hereafter the eyes of the natives of that city and That a wise man will give no advice 1"

out of charity the gentlemen_ we kind! Prayer, by the leader. M. Potter, manager of the Lake oil will be delivered in any desired quantity I| gladden the ejes of the well-to-do visi atalL .

:I: ly repressjhe; latter. Song. No. 223 Worth Fruit Co's plantation, shipped to our merchants from the wagon tors who happen over on the other side. That a good doctor is always a poor

a and Reading of lesson Psalm cxix, 57 to twenty-four crates of Porto Rico pine. I and not in barrels as heretofore. HI cannot run railroads along the side gossip.
L. J. Ballard and their daughter apples North through the Association of this hotel f4
64, by the leader. an he does those over in '
"' N. Swain arrived the lat Owing to the tnclemenc y of the weather That a woman can never understand-
Mrs. C. Prayer, Rev J. R. Walker Tuesday, the fruit running eight to Florida, but he has acquired his own I
the lecture Mrs. how a man keeps his socks without I '
of last week from Troy.Pa., and by Josephine: Braman up
ter part twelve to a crate and has lines
: Song No. 144. plenty more steamship and he will put them garters. -
House till which was to have been given at the
were guests of the Earman Talk on lesson, by the leader. pines on the plants)et not big enough to into the Cuban ports wherever he decides -
to the Congregational Church last Sunday night That most men hate to be
Monday when they went across worse
ship. to build the
Gospel! Quartet, from lesson: new hotels.
Side where they will occupy a coati did not come off; but as Mrs Bramau Is caught in a lie than to tell it.
i East Verse 57, D. A. Thomason. Capt. U. D. Hendrickson's schooner And here is something that will be of ,
i uple of the E Root cottages they 59. Marvin Pope. the Mary B."lerl Indafor Jackson to remain over on the East Side a coupleof I'I interest to golf players who intend la That no matter how well you mend
,4. months jet, she will favor us at a ;
have secured for the season. 60, Miss Lulu Angevine. ville by the ocean route with Thad. De- come down this way. your ways, the patches will be sure to ,
later and let us hope, a more auspiciousme. :
C W. Bingham, daughters ElizabethB 64 E. W. Pugh. vine as captain and Beman Heyser as Officers of the Florida East Coast Golf show. I!

and Frances P and lady friend Miss Vocal quartet. crew. The "Mary B. goes after a load oi Club, having control of the links in this That some of our hunters can't even i

Julia Raymond, after spending a pleasant Prayer Ceo. L. Branning: freight for Lake Worth and other merChants Mayor Whilldm purchased fifty or city, Ormond, Palm Beach, Miami and bag their trousers. !

holiday season at Oliver P. Bint- Song No. 63.Voluntary It has been on this run for sixty fine young cocar.ut trees to plant Nassau, have arranged a schedule of That your mouth is the door to your j s
ham's winter quarters at Figulus. left remarks by members and i some fifteen years and has made more out in the Town Park and to use for gen- tournaments to be played on the differ- slaughter house.

Monday morning for Cleveland. Oliver visitors. round trips by far between here Jacksonville eral ornamentation In addition to ent courses during this season.-Orlando That you can always tickle your wife I

P. and Will. are still at Figulus and the Announcements. than any other boat on the Lake these H. F. Hammon, of the East Side Star -.-..- with a feather if it comes from an ostrich. I

former will probably remain till spring Doxology. going and coming of course by the oceanor has kindly offered all the young palmetto I That cleanliness may be next to godliness :

or longer but the latter is arranging for Benediction. outside route all the way. trees wanted for the par ornameuc&tr. Segd UK S9 our Job Work( but it takes advertising to sell soap.J "I

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Hanos With a Name

Bow t. Mead Granite Clead)..Ware Cookla Whose Cards Appear la this Paper.) Pianos That Have A Reputation THE ALL 'ROUND

] THOUGHT HE WAS EUGIBLE TO COMMAND It sometimes happens that a granite Classified Alphabetically. IF. second to cone. They are the

'1 A CRUISER.The saucepan or chafing dish gets a fall and kind that have flood the test of

i In this fall a bit of the granite enamel 'BANKING: time an have satisfied the most =PHOTOGRAPHER!

Shftbbr Trick Flared Cpea a IB loosened and finally peels off. The Dade County State Bank West, Palm Beach, -ntica! musicians in every way.

FMrUtie Greek -Boiler Hake by dish ia of little value, for a hole will
Not Has in West Palm
.. They Are come to stay
Same .( Caele 8..'. Sailor With loon ensue. Granite is supposed lobe --
4 I ...H lie lid ahlpped."About onmendabl*, bet we have proved that BARBER?: I old style pianos that have been Brach, and is now fully prepared to 1"du
} it can be mended. If the granite ia not Wm Schandt, West Palm BeachD rented for years and then oif r.
four years ago the crniwr on Gcaurideau, Wpt Palm Beach work to gratify his patrons.
weakened all around the hole a copper M ed as "grat bargains, nor are
which I waa serving shipped a boiler makers Milo Cooper, West Palm BeachBICYCLES
rivet each as are aced by they "( ht'8plow.gr8de"pianos
, maker while we were on the Mediter- ,.'
{ break.
: ranean elation," said a Washington may be different used to sizes fill up of the the rivets : made to sell "at half price."_
There are .
.A chief petty officer of the nary, now on West Palm BeachW Piano Is New
.. and they come with a small head, something Gun S Every ,
: leave of absence. "Our former boilermaker' like carpet tacks. The rivet proper R Mitchelj West Palm BtachBOTTLING and every part 1st made in the I Studio opp. Masonic Bloc
while we were at ,
time expired
is slipped through She bole in the .". Matuushek Factory
Gibraltar and as he was not in good .
". shape be wasn't re-enlisted, granite and then over the end that paused WORKS: which is a guarantee that it will WEST PALM BEACH.
i. but took his discharge and returned to through ia slipped a copper washer C Castellano. MiamiBUILDING. last a lifetime,
(which comes with the rivet), .-
11 the the United was States ehy a by boiler mail maker steamer a very So with a few taps! of a tack hammer the --SUPPLIES- : Why, Take Chances \ Will Open January t6, 1899.

1 ship officer rivet is flattened down on tbe washer Chas Welshans. Jacksonville on cheap pianos when the Old
important and necessary petty mends the bnak in the Charleston, S C
down below in the engineer's department : This effectually good Geo Hacker & Son. and Reliable. Matbushek can he THE BOYNTONIA I
the pulled into granite and makes it practically as -.. .Give- bought at prices and terms to a
and when ship ... I pleasant and convenient hotel just
harbor tbe chief engineer went as new. CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS: suit ? There are more than
Naples If small bole is found a Beach you built and newly furnished, located on
only a very Palm
ashore to see if he couldn't dig up a bit of copper wire ia used to mood it Franklin Sheen, West... 15,000 Mathushek Pianos in I the ocean beach in the town of Boynton

boiler maker. wire ia slipped through the hole the South. "You Should Have foot ot Lake Worth, twelve miles south'
"There's a clause in the enlistment The tbe right length, and DENTISTS: > One." of Palm Beach. Can be reached by P.
regulations permitting commanding after being cut D A Thomason. West Palm Beach E. C. R. R. or by hunch, sail boat ors
then with a tack hammer it is flattened .' Genuine Mathushek Pianosare
officers to ship necessary men on foreign 1 A Pugh West Palm Beach eamer
I stations in short handed emergencies.The on both sides of the granite vessel L T Daniel, Cocoa only sold by A quiet place with pleasant surround.
chief brought back to the being operated upon. "SDRUGGISTS LUDDEN & BATES'S.M H. ings, tor parties who wish to remain for
engineer ia simple that even a the healthful climateof
The process a penod to enjoy
Charlie Mari Tbe : Fred Kahn Manager
g ship a Greek named who ia doing light housekeeping Southern Florida, away from tbe
t. can couldn't speak any English-to woman need not fear to undertake it, providing E H Dimick. West Palm Beach Thestlna 29 Ea t Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla burly.burly of large fashionable hotels.

;- speak of-but he was a good man at she can etrike a straight blow ,.. No formality, no stiffness, everythingpleasant
b : the boiler making business, and he was which women are not DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING: and sociable.

.' duly hipped aboard of us for three with a hammer capable of doing. Though it Thomason & Brown, West Palm Beach Subscribe for the Sun. Good, large, pleasant rooms and
t f years He was a wild hairy looking supposed! there Mrs J Frank, West Palm Beach homelike! table service can be obtained
deal may be among tbe new women West Palm Beach for f 2.00 day aud upwards. Specialrates
: lot, Maro was, and he got a good who do this. Carl Schrebnick, per
few can
of the especially may be found a Jacksonville by the month.
at the hands crew Dave Singer
of laugh
f a the younger fellows, from the The only thing to be avoided tbe granite is striking surface s.. Geo. S. Hacker & Son Call or address for further particulars,

": .{ time he first came over the &Ide.I promiscuously and so scaling more of the enamel FERTILIZERS: THE ItOYMON, Uujnton, Flt.
"Maro thought that there wasn'tany Wm A Bours&Co, JacksonvilleLittle

other country on the map except off.The simple. Bros ,
mending is almost as
Greece. He thought that the 'Greeb see 4
old method of putting a rag into a
" man' was the hottest kind of a tamale the FIRE INSURANCE &REAL ESTATE:
hole to mend itHow QYSTERSAll .
When it came ,to scrapping by land or Brelsford Bros, Palm Beach
I sea and after he got hold of enough to Tent Floor. Wallace R Moses, West Palm Beach

I English to make himself understood he When flour is genuine or of the best -,- ,

i used ke some of tbe young apprentice kind it holds together in a mass when FISH DEALERS: All Styles and

boys fty into the eyes of the ship squeezed by the hand and shows the Reynolds & Hull, West Palm Beach 'At All Hours.
and tell them with many gesticulations impression of the fingers,and even of S B Miller & Co, New York auMANUFACTURERS,
and furious words of the different kinds the marks of the skin much longer Cheseboro Bros, New York
would knock out of Turkey &Co, New York ._
of tar Greece than when it is bad 01 adulterated and Caleb Haley : -..
f U the two countries ever came to an the dough made with_ it is very glueyand .__._mFURNITURE

pen rupture. elastic, easy to be kneaded and : OF
"The ship was around on the Pacific may be elongated flattened and drawnin Geo H Maltby, West Paint BeachD. A Chance to do Your Special Meals or Oyster Supper

... station when the war broke out between every direction without breaking. E. Cooper Mfg Co, Jacksonville Doors, Sash Prepared on Order.Brisbone's .

'1 Greece and Turkey. When the news' of ___'.-
-=i the outbreak of the war got to Maro our Bow to Wash Quilt MERCHANDISE: Blinds, MouldingsAND ,

boiler maker, he nearly had heart dig- Quilts require washing frequently to U D Hendnckson GENERAL Lake WorthHARDWARE RestaurantOpp

ease and a whole lot of other sudden keep them clean but that ia! not a difficult ... -

: things from pure excitement. He just task when one has a good machine .1- Building Material,
r couldn't hold himself in, he looked so and wringer. Put one or two quills Beach: Council Hall WEST PAUl BEACH
machine, beat M E Gruber, West Palm CHARLESTON, S. C.
tickled.Da (owing to the sire)in ..
villa him l biml! -
Greeka man them and add
enough water to cover &T Largest Factory South.
Turka ,' was Charlie HOTELS: W. B. MITCHELL
bunt da man pearline to make a good soda. ,
)bro'. way of putting it, and he didn't When it is dissolved pour the water Green Lawn Cottage. West Beach Palm Beach Send for Prices. Shoe Repairing Neatly Done Harness
1M that the Turk had ghost of show. the quilts and rub them well If Palm Beach Cottage, Palm
/ All band forward encouraged him in over the The Boynton Boynton Job. Sewed and Repaired.
one suds is not enough to remove Seminole Hotel West Palm Beach IP YOU WANTFIRSTCLASS: -
the belief. They all acquiesced in expressing dirt, use two preparing the second wa The Palms West Palm Beach TONSORIAL WORK. Out-of-toHn customers will receive l fi
the belief to Maro that Greece ter just as yon did the first Pass them The Earman House, West Palm Beach II promt attention. Shop on Olive Street,
eat Turkey Then a Always Go To- door north of TROPICAL SUN Build.
,., would simply up. through: the wringer and rinse them in The Travelers, Jacksonville v y next ""* '
bo'snn'a mate who knew how to crack two or three waters, putting a little bluing Miami Hotel, Miami D. M. GEAURIDEAU5The ; mg. 8-18

the most impossible kind of steers with in the last Hang them on a strong I Al Fresco,Jensen Old Reliable

a face aa solemn and wooden as an In- line folding one edge over just enoughto HiJEWELERS Shop on Banyan Street, West palm Beach.
took Charlie in hand and told JUST OPBHBDVIiite
dian's hold it and putting a clothespin on :

i him some things. He told Maro that the every.10 or 12 inches. Idner & Son West Palm Beich. ,
United States was BO much in sympathy Anthony Bras, West Palm Beach; P. A. REYNOLDS. W. N. HULL Swan Laundry

with Greece in the struggle with Turkey Bow to Cook 9wc tbrc.4*. R. J. Riles Jacksonville: ; '
that the navy department had decided Sweetbreads tablespoonful butter, Greeaeaf: & Crosby Jacksonville! V

to turn over all of the ehipa! of the salt, salt pork (strips). Sweetbreads -,- LAURA E. BUTTS, Propr.

:, American navy to Greek commanders.. should be well washed and dried. Run LAUNDRY: REYNOLDS & HULL

s ."Here's a big chance for yon the pork in with a needle. Put the butter White Swan, West Palm BeachLAWYERS First-class Laundry work guaranteed.

, j' Maro' the bo'eun's mate told Mara into the chafing dish and when hot -a- Work Clothes Mended, Safely Cared for, Collected .

; You jnEt want to work your edge. lay in the sweetbreads; salt and cook. : : .T WHOLESALE AND RETAIL and Promptly Delivered.
Here are already shipped on this often to crisp the pork. Beach
t you Turn W I Metcalf, West Palm Orders or Work left at Geaurideau's
and it's dollar to doughnuts
cruiser, Miami
Robbins & Graham, Barber Shops at Palm Beach or West
;- that if yon ask for the command of this How to Clean a I'laao. Frank W Pope,Jacksonville SHIPPERS AND DEALERS IN will Receive Attention
:f. ship in order to take her over to Greece To clean a piano use warm water, a Alex St Clatr-Abrams,Jacksonville Palm Beach

r to mix it up with the Turks you'll get I cake of soap and a flannel rag. Take the _-- -a-_ I

____ it hands down. Better try it on.' piece of cloth and wet it. Then rub it. MEATS: I Laundry at

r "That idea impressed Maro a heap. over the cake of soap and apply it to Geo S Adams, West Palm Beach t POMPANO

-",..., ',- Hsi asked the bo'sun's mate whom he'd the piano, a small portion of the surface Will Whidden, Cor Clematis Ave & Rosemary St.
z { have to apply to to get command of the at a time. Next wet the second ---
a., cruiser. piece, and with this rub off the soap u PRICES REASONABLE.
1f '"Why, to the commanding officer thoroughly as possibla With the third MEN'S West FURNISHERS Palm Beach: SPANISH MACKEREL

V J of course' was the reply. piece dry the part, robbing it till it Anthony Bros., Comfortably Furnished Rooms to Let"YouBuy'Em""IServe'Em
"Maro was tremendously importantfor shines brightly,and do it all as quickly --- 'e'---

i a day or BO while he let this huge as possible that the soap may not remain MILLINERY: The Tropical Sun
idea grow within him, and he bullied too long upon the polished sur Mrs F L Moffatt West Palm. Beach nl BLUE FISH, I "
the men detailed to work with him face. If one is very sure to get a thin, --,*- -- OYSTERS I naked aH you like them while
down below in the boiler room a good cheap quality of canton flannel and U MUSIC HOUSE: you wait. Senedin.U1Styles,and at all hours,

deal The bos'n's mate kept working careful to follow directions as here I Ludden & Bates'S M H, Jacksonville WEST PALM BEACH, TLA. between Refreshments 6 a. ni.and I old 11 Drinks p. m.and Cigar.

him up to it, and finally Maro appearedon given to them, success is certain. -.' WILL ttHLTON'S RESTAURANT',

deck one morning togged out in his NOTARIES PUBLIC: ,. rr-a-tt Hive Street, Went Palm 1k-61h
BOX ta
very best mustering suit of bluejacket How to I'retent Lo.. of Hair. W R Moses, West Palm Beach
clothes and went up to the officer of the The beet means to prevent loss oi Guy 1 Metcalf, Wes Palm Beach Job Department

deck and asked permission to see the hair, when it shows tendency to fallout -..- UEM1SOLE BAUliKU SHOP To Rent bv the Hour or Day.
commanding officer at the mast. The is to cut it short and then shampoo NURSERY STOCK:

v officer of the deck was rather surprised the scalp two or three times a day with. John B Beach, West Palm Beach 71YHt. Schaudt, Proprietor. ONbY NEW BICYCLES IN TOWfl.

to see the man all done up in his mustering cold water, dipping the tips of the fingers J H Wylic, luierlacben ( Formerly at Hotel Royal Poinciaua. Next Door North of Tropical Son Block.
toga when all hands were at in ice water, then rubbing the scalp ---
Prints Letter Heads Only White Barber in the Town,. W. R. MITCHELL,
work hut as he is obliged to do when till rod : -- -- .

r an enlisted man requests permission to How to Hake Lip Salve. J B O'Donohue, West Palm Beach Note Heads Weft Palm teach, Florida Proprietor.GRAIN

KB the commanding officer he sent There are many harmless, healing _V_ ,,-

word from to his the cabin skipper and, who appeared soon emerged at 'the salves that can be used on the lips. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS: StatementsBusiness I.....................................................

Like all other remedies, some are more R B Potter, West.Palm Beach I. -
stick. suitable to one kind of lips than to oth 11 C Hood, Cards : HftYFLOUR. i:
said the skipperto "
'Well many "
of ,
kind remedy
ers. Lry lips want one E Pugh .
Maro, who stood bolt upright and ... Bill HeadsAnd :
flourish. while very moist. lips require quite another GRITS, MEAL. COTTON SEED MEAL AND :
with e
kind of treatment A very nice PINEAPPLE PLANTS: all kind of Fine Stationery J
'Bare,' said Maro to the skipper, 'I j POULTY SUPPLIES. ALSO NEW.... .
made of BeachRESTAURANTS
be Palm
ointment for the lips can G C Malthauis, West
have-a da honor to her-a-by taku da command of e
five parts of olive oil to one part -5.
of a da ship.' be heated SEED :
pure white wax, which must : ; GARDEN
said tbe commanding officer -
'Hey over the fire in a porcelain lined pan Brishone West Palm Beach Are You Supplied? .
and J
his hand to his ear
putting A few drops of tincture of beotoin can Will Mellon, West l'alm1kach J ARRIVING"VRESH ALL THE TIME. :
heard aright
looking if he hadn't ,
'Da as ship repeated Maro. For-a be added if wi hed. --.-.-- :. LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH. WRITE for QUOTATIONS. :

-1 da naves hays da of-a honor Hellas to-taka da Greeka da command.naeeI Two How cups to Make of cold Oatmeal, cooked Ball oatmeal L F W Oliver BurkbaxdtWest RETAIL, Vest Palm GROCERS Palm beachJ BeachJ : Give us a Trial Order i I JAMES B. BOURS, Jacuonvillc, Flortaa. :. ia

enlisted men
All hands among one beaten egg,; one cup cracker crumbs, D Maihis, West Palm Beach
I were up on the to'gallant fo'o'sle tak. one want cup of milk, one-half teaspoonful Gleu G. Strohm, West Pa ui Beach .......................t.SSSIISS SSSSee.See.IS..aaeiATTI .
ing the thing in. and they broke into a of suit. Mix all well together form ...-
roar that yon could have heard ire into small cakes and fry in smoking fat.Sd'e SEEDS: And We Will -----
cable lengths' di tauce. Maro heard it, \TIU\ MERCHANTS!
with hot maple sirup.
and suspecting that his confidence had Wm A :'ours&Co, JacksonvilleJaims
B Bourn Jacksonville
; been abused got rod and flabbergasted How to Hake Ckntnut Cream. *
ItJ He suddenly bolted for the engine room Boil 50 chestnuts and remove the -.'- THE MIAMI BOTTLING WORKS

batch and made his way below, and it skins and inner rinds. Simmer the nuts SHOE REPAIRING:

took three marines to drag him aft to again in one quart of milk and water W R Mitcheil. West Palui. Beach<< Please Is prepared U deliver, EXPRESS PKEPAID, to all responsible parties ,
.. jYou...
the tick bay where the surgeon, at the till they become like floury potatoes.Drain -- r
ikipper's command, gave Maro a halfhour' the liquid away and bruise the STEAMBOATS AND MACHINERY: BOTTLED SODA, POP, GINGER ALE, etc., s.

examination as to hid sanity. nut in a basin with one tablespoonful! Meu ill-Stevens Engineering JacksonvilliTAILORING Co.t 'atronage of Dade County Merchants Solicited and SaiUfutiim Gmranued mi -
L Marc was game enough to decline to of powdered white sugar. Rub the floor I
give the naue of the enlisted man who through a coarse sieve, mix half a pintof --9- f. CASCELLINO. I'rop. MIAMI FLA.

had told him he was eligible for the sweetened cream with it and pour : U.24.tr

command of the ship upon its being' into a fancy shaped mold. Freeze and Abe Safranek & Sou.., West Palm BeachTRANSPORTATION ---- -- -. ----

'tamed into the navy of Greece but turn out before serving. -- -LINES: NOW IS THE TIME -
that bos'n's :
the thrashing he gave .,
W H S,uders,West Palm Beach
mate when be got him 'on the beach'was Bow to Select Wall Paper.It Uccau S S Co, JacksonvilleF To Plant Citrus and other Fruit Trees. Before making your order, 1vrite
when paperinga
iavage.Washington is well to remember I
:: Star. certainly small room that blue in all light E CRy, Jacksonville-,..- for prices to the Interlachen Nurseries. Catalogue free. ,-r-1.
Upon an average Dineapplesare colors shades makes or papers a room with look large larger.pattern 1 WHOLESALE GROCERS: Address! J. "W. WYLIE, Interlachen, Fla.

". ,- imported into London every week have the opposite elf ect Pope & McLauriu, Jacksonville ,

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I "
LINING! lharp hooters at about 8 o'clock. While FURNITURE. J
;: UP AT EL CANEY. advancing toward a field adjoining the .1 -
A Wartime HUU* PUc*.
road leading to El Caney it formed inline
I J. H. Gore write an article for 8t Household Sewing Maenlitcs,
and charged forward toward the
Lawton's Flank 'Attack' on the blockhouses at El Caney village. When Nicholas describing some peculiar Hid. Tbe Bent Machine Made Ugbt Running and .
ing Placea In Wartime Those he Nol ele .
within COO yardsof the blockhouses, theregiment ..
.0 Heights Around Santiago tells about were all in one bouse in Virginia .
found a rise of ground which near a town which changed -., .' Sole Agent for the famous Wall Trunk. Hat
served as sheltet. and there it remained trewes made to onler. A Complete a
under fire 82 times during the -
hands '
until 4 o'clock. The* losses of the legi- "\ Hue ofFUNITUFLE
, BTOEH3' OF THE FIGHTING MEN I ment began when the sharpshooters war. Mr. Gore says: i
i With fall the "fattening time"
I came
opened on ii and continued during its
for tbe hogs. They were then brought of all dewcrtpUonn at Rock Bottom Prices both
.-. El c..or a Citadel-BUa. Treaebe..1 advance to the shelter and while lying
iu from the distant fields. where they Wbotexale and
Baby Carriages from $6
there. One kill-
officer wounded, 6 men I
t Loepholrd Fortre.se.Barbed .Wire had passed the summer and put in a op to$20. Go Carts. Refrigerators,Ice Chestt,
I. ed and wounded the total
.. 45 were caaunities.
Hedjre wad Snokeleiw M n-rm Etc.
pen by the side of the road. And. although J
Deaperate Grit of White and DlaekA.galae.clad within ten feet of the soldiersas
On'the line with the Twentysecondand fAdvertisers We hare I tReed
to Be Herd In.133K. a consignment of Oak Diners and
marched never
they by they
, Eighth regulars was the only volunteer Rockers that will be sold very low. We I
the'AUth r.] for the completely covered
CoPJrtcbc" by seen pen was
organization engaged at El Caney, handle the Pinions Cleveland and Rambler !
! by the winter's wood pile except at
V.APRON'S the Second Massachusetts, a militia BICYCLES. I
i tbe where there board
back .
bat. was a I
with in
regiment a history war and inpeace
tery opened the The commander of the Second fence through whose cracks the corn Especial attention liveD to our Man Onfcrs. 'i'
ban at El Caney Massachusetts.! Colonel E. P. Clarke is was thrown in. Whenever the passing We ;.Ooraatee Satisfaction both In fronds and 1
at 8 58 in the advance guard told us that an army fricen. Call on us, or tend in your order to
: a splendid type of a militia soldier. He 'I i iIs
morning on July had no war experience before he wentto was approaching tbe hogs were bur Who Use the and 17 Laura St, JiCKSOXVILLE, FLA. t
1. The first shots Cuba. Lieutenant Colonel Shumwayand riedly fed so, that the army might go ONLY 6.00 II
41! ;
were 8) inch Major Whipple were both war vet by while they were taking their after D. E. COOPER MTg Co.

ahella at 2,800 erans. The strength of the regiment atE dinner nap and thus not reveal their f

yard range ) Caney was 935 men but two companies presence by an escaped grunt or squeal.
aimed at some were detached as a reserve. The Fortunately the honJe wall situated in New Store I New Goods Rock Bottom Prices 1 f

Spanish'' cavalry Second was armed with the smoking a narrow valley, where the opportunities Columns of ,
moving out of rifle and for bushwhacking were so great
Springfield naturally drew the
the Tillage of El fire of the Spaniards. Lieutenant Field that the soldiers did not tarry long TflO1VIASOtt & B OWn

Oaney toward and Captain Warner were killed and enough to search suspected wood piles. I ,

/ / Santiago One Captain Hapgood seriously wounded. On one occasion! we thought the bogs Dealers in Dry Goods, Shoes'Ladies' and Gentlemen'Furnishings ;
doomed A broke near
Spanish officer wagon
) Total loss, 4(5( killed and wounded.
and 16 men were General Ludlow was personally conspicuous Sense, and tbe soldier went to the g and .. !
killed. After that rood pile for a pole to be used in mending -
along his line all day wearinga We boy for cash and sell for rash lower prices than who
the battery, which consisted! of four the break. Luckily be found a stick THE so give stores gire
white His
straw bat horse was shot
the credit. Our motto in, Quick sales and small profits, and no discrimination ;
to his liking without tearing pileto
breechloading field rifles, fired shrapnel! undei him early in the fight The
kt the trenches around the stone fort, eral said that he had to hold in his gen-men pieces. This suggested that some nice but sell to all) at same price goods are all110tf

which was 2.400 yardudibtant The artillery instead of encouraging them. There was straight pieces be always left conveniently plainl marked m figures.
fire at intervals near for such an emergency, in
was kbpt up until no flinching nor crouching. The workof
11 o'clock directed by General Law. the brigade was rather negative than case it should occur again.

ton himself, who staid with the battery.At positive, because, while it advanced well Established 1875.
times the fire was on the fort, againat in the front in order to get cover from Available Tetlm ar. TROPICAL
the loopholed church the stone buildings the Spanish bullets it could not at all The following story was told by Major William A. Bours & Co. .
Meusis of Vincennea who ,
around it and the blockhouse OB times answer the Spanish fire for fear a lawyer
the outskirts of appeared for the defendant in a trial by
the village.It of shooting into Chaffer's men who had
was supposed that the artillery fire role jury and put on the witness stand a boy
the chief in the battle and were Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers.
would praotically reduce El Caney, pressing! up closer and closer to the frou whose testimony he expected to ,
leaving to the infantry the work of Spanish works on the north and east gain a great deal To the confusion of SUN

rounding up the fleeing Spaniards. It The interval between Ludlow' and ; the attorney, the story told by the boy No. 6 EAST BAY STREET -:- JACKSONVILLE, PUL

was not known to the American leaden Chaffee's brigades was filled about noon was greatly to the detriment of the defendant .
bow large a force the Spaniards had at by the Second brigade of the division I and the attorney set to work to .
We handle only the Best aDd most Reliable Seeds. A
Stock of
the "worthless. complete
show that
El Cauey At the first shot of the battery commanded just: at that time by yen- boy was

the straw hats of Spanish infantry tenant Colonel A. S. Daggett of the "What is your occupation ha asked Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits,
appeared along the ground northeast Twenty-fifth United States (colored). the boy
east and south of the blockhouse and Colonel Daggett was a soldier iu the "I work on my father' farm" She Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, Both Bright and Dark.AT .

also around the village. The buildingsin civil war in the Fifth Maine, one of the witness replied.,
the village were loopholed, even the :. hard fighting regiments of the Army of "Yon don't do much but sit around CLAIM '. WHOLESALE-
toll church 'and the streets do you? .
belfry, were the Potomac. He has recently been promoted
barricaded behind which Spanish infantry to brigadier general for skillfully! Well,.! help my father." State Agents for Tyflsrt-Allen Fertilizer Co.

found; cover. The blockhouses handling, the brigade daring a crisis But you're worthless, aren't you?" Star Brand l'ertlliurGIIBraatel Analysis, Orange tree and Vegetable FertltiiPr. Pure
the trenches there'and also all the was the attorney's decisive question"I ground Bone Nitrate Sola, Muriate of PiMai-h ouiphate PotaKii. karat,etc. Then Fer-
July lAt tillxeni ham BO Superior in the Market and a trial will convince.
approaches to the village were hedged El Coney the Second brigade oonaietfcd don't know whether I am or not,* It Is The Send fur Catalogue Fit*- 10-J8-87
'In with barbed wire fenO i. At first the of the First. Fourth and Twenty- retorted the witness warmly.
movement of the infantry in position fifth regulars. The First was detachedto Then the attorney took another tack.
three sides of the stronghold was "Your father's a worthless man isn'ther
oa guard the roads in the rear of the NAECISSCS STREET.THE rF
division and also to
support Capron's
battery. About 11 o'clock Colonel Dag "Well, ha works about the farm." If MY SPECIALTIES
gett waa ordered to lead the Fourth The attorney here fastened an ere :

\ and Twenty-fifth to a position south of which gleamed with triumph on the --
CANIY ;. the fort, when there was a gap of jury aud nailed the boy with a glance BEST
three-fourths of a mile. The stone fort from the other and said. "Isn't it true a CORNER FANCY FAMILY GROCERIES.

against which Capron's guns bad been that your father doesn't enough workto t CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS

thuudering was pointed out to Daggett prevent hid being called worthless S FANCY TEAS AND COFFEES..,
ba as the objective of his brigade. The The boy had chafed under these unpleasant <

trenches around the fort were very questions and summoning hiscourage e GROCERY FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES -
he said loudly: "If : IN SEASON.
heavy, extending on three sides. These you west .' "
A trenches as well as the smokeless powder to know so bad whether my father s
were something new to the Americana. worthless ask him. There be is on the AdvertisingMEDIUM TREATMENTS
The !Spanish:! trench is about 50 jury. Indianapolis Journal ,

yards in length just wide enough for

men to eland in in !line and deep enough Ta\. Marrying A... .. Prompt Free Delivery on Both Sides of the Lake.
At what, do The
people marry
a to cover the body up to the shoulders. age
The soil taken out ol the trench is most popular time for a woman to get ..

spread over the ground and if its coloris married is from her twentv-firtt to bet J. F. OLIVER Proprietor. K
inclusive. ,
BATTLEFIELD AT EL CASKY. i not like that of the earth it is covered twenty-fifth year More than /
(Note to Map.-Tbe portions of regiments with brubh or leaves or sod so that, one-half of the women who marry at .
rare aa Indicated at some stage of the battle. from distance an enemy cannot see all marry in these five years of their .4 .
Owing to it*smoking Spriogfioltl rifle the Beo- the trenches except when they are occupied life, and another quarter marry between
cod<< Maoaachoaetta changed position to avoid the ages of 20 and 25 and not more McLAtJRIN .
xpcMure. Toe Kale of the map U about 1.000 by men. The men keep out of sight POPE JACKSONVILLE LLORIDA.
ytrda to the Inch.) except when they rise to fire. There are than a third between the ages of 25 and

necessarily alow, but drew a steady fire no exits from the trenches. Men are SO The average age of marrying is just

from the Spaniards. It waa evident that put into them to fight and repulse the over 26 for women and just under 28 Fruits and Produce .
Lawson would have to fight for the pair enemy or be killed in the ditch. for men. These figures include remarriages Of Any .

aee&lon of Itl Caney. The Spaniards had no skirmishers nor For spinsters only the average!

Lawtoo'i ,division comprised the outpoats at El Caney, but were ready age U 25, and for bachelors 26){. Commission Merchants.
brigades of General A. R. Chaffee, with their blind trenches, loopholed It is a noticeable fact that in the last

Colonel E. H. Milea and General J. H. fortresses, smokeless powder and barbed ten years tbe average age of marrying -
Fancy Grades of BUTTER AND OEEESE.We -
Ludlow. Lndlow and Chaffee, like wire fences to slaughter the Americansat has!, for men and women alike gone up "

Lawton were veterans of the civil war. close quarters. half a year. Taking the complete quarters Solicit Your Business.We .
Each brigade consisted of three regimenti The Twenty-fifth regiment being directly ending on the last days of March
solicit tbe business of Merchants and Will Nut fill orders from
JUlie and December Consumer-thef
of regular, excepting the Second opposite the fort Colonel Daggettled September respectively
WEEKLY PAPER should from their home dealers.
Massachusetts of Lndlow' brigade. it forward acrobs a stream 6 feet he December quarter is most buy 1-'1-97,

Ludlow waa new to the brigade, having wide and 1 foot deep. The men found prolific in marriages, aud the spring
taken comz&and oa the 29th. The work some cover under the high bank but and summer quarters come next, about

cot out for Ludlow at El Caney waa to beyond the bank the ground was open. equal, with the March quarter a long BICYCLE HOSPITALWe

hold hia line aa clone aa possible' to E1 Across that ground the colored troops way behind.-New York Home JouraaL"Pol" .

Coney in support of the main infantry advanced by rushes that is to say, have the exclusive County Agency for the
attack, which Chaffee was to make on they rushed in groups of platoons from Cecklalia.Every In The
the northeast, and be ready to cut off cover to cover. By successive rnbbes of I visitor to Hawaii is expected LITTLE JOE WIESENFELD CO.,

the retreat of the Spaniards toward Santiago 40 or 60 yards the line steadily ad. I 'o become acquainted with "poi" thakanaka's and will carry in stock and have for sale
aa well aa to prevent re-enforce- vanced. On its sooond advance from the staff of life Tbe taste! for
meat by troops coming out of Santiago. bank the regiment met with its heaviest this national dish is undoubtedly acquired THE FAMOUS ENSIGN BICYCLE.You .

Tba TwentY-! infantry had the :o a. Volleys were poured into it from and even after many trials of. can always find a full line of up-to-date BICYCLE SUNDRIES of th

right of Ladlow'a brigade nearest the the stone fort from the village and ten fails to come at all This thick, finest quality and class. We have the only latest style of Eiuuiuxa

fort and at first there waa a wide interval from blockhouses on its left Colonel ukbtelike mixture is made from the taro OVEN thin side of Jacksonville, and are prepared to make your whee
between it and the left of Chaf Daggett says that many of the Spaniards plant Colocaoia autiquorum), from STATE Of FLORIDA. look as if it were just from the factory.
fee's brigade, east of the fort The I left the fort and came out into which originates! the "poi" cocktailIn tl
Twenty-second bad eight companies, :be open, beemingly deliberating whether [ name it is quite as deceiving ad tbs ,, OUR REPAIR DEPARTMENT t
f 00 strong, under command pf Lieutenant to burr uder or attempt to reach the "oyster" cocktail, and those: desiring' is first class in every detail.
Colonel J. IL Patterson, a veteranof village. Their coiubativwii*was gone. it merely for the name are sadly disappointed j WHEELS TO RENT by the hour day or week, and all in perfect con.
Sykea regular division in the civil He supposed they were about to surren on finding that the only liq is of i e e e e a e e e ee e dition.
war. Patterson wall wounded early in der. The fort had been breached in uid U contains is milk. (CRAWFORD BICYCLES.

the fight, and the command devolved many places by Capron's shells, and The "poi" cocktail is prepared by
Representing: upon Major W. M. Van Horne. Wikoff, just as the Twenty-fifth got abreast of diluting the paste with milk then add.
the colonel of the regiment was that it a company of the Twelfth regiment -! ing sugar or salt and serving ice cold (LITTLE JOE WlESEXFELD Co.

! day ia command of a brigade in Kent's of Chaffee's brigade entered This drink is found very beneficial to GEO. S. ADAMS, Proprietor.WEST .

.. division. When the regiment advanced through a breach and got the flag which dyspeptics and those recovering fromfever.Lerlie'a Advertising PALM BEACH FLORIDA.

in battle formation along the road to ElCaney. had been cut down by a shell The WeeklyA ,

it wu fired on from She underbrush strength of the Twenty-fifth regimentwas
some distance in front of the 350 men but only five companies, Laadnalle.
fort and the town of El C oey. TheO numbering 200 men took part in the Mrs. Fatpurse Yon paint picturesto Rate Sheet
men followed np until they reached charga Tbe principal loss of 41 killed order, don't you? Chas. N. WelshansSTATE

position. The ground was and wounded came out of the 200. Noneof Great Artist Yea, madam. ,
v in some places covered with corn the officers or men of the regiment Mrs. Faa'purtWell., I want a landscape
open had with lots of deer and ducks aud
and cultivated shrubbery all inclosed excepting Colonel Daggett, ever
with wire fences and hedges of cacti. beard a hostile shot before. Three of quail and partridges and pheasants and AGENT FOR-

No Spanish breastworks could be seen. the companies in the charging column cattle and sheep and pigs, and so on Will be Sent on Ap
led three lien- you know and put a lake and an ocean!
remained under fire from were gallantly by young
The regiment
'./i', 9 a. m. until 8:80 po m., and lost 5offi tenants, Caldwell, Mosa and Hunt in-fresh and bait water, you know- Longman & Martinez Paints
: <. wounded, 6 men killed and 89 The Fourth regiment on the left of and be sure to have plenty cf fun swimming
:,:.: cars the Twenty-fifth did not advance beyond around, because it's for the dining -
; .'_.,,. wounded. .
room.-lbitoo Globe.
On the right of the Twenty-second waa the line within 600 yards rangeof plication. rick
dl;::;,: fighting command the fort from which the Twenty- Lime Shingles,
Eighth regulars, a I
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back 1688 when it was fifth charged Tbe reason was that further Similarity.Wbila
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; : :;: Frederic in the Cement and Coal Tar.
it Remington
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; : E. R Savage, who an enfilade fire from the village, the west be observed a well executed portrait .
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{f: in a dark the wall of
in the One Huo.r" blockhouses around it, as well as the room on a
::.'--,:._..""\.,; nerved dred and in the Fifteenth civil war New York volunteera fort itfctilf. There was smooth groundin cabin and asked whose picture it was. Agent for Sickler's Peerless Cement Plaster.

with Amea la the desperate front of it all tbe way, and Colonel "That's my husband." said the woman
;',, battle waa of Port Fisher, commanded Daggett was satisfied that it would have of the house carel8 l1y. 13 South Hogan St., Jacksonville, Florida. 10- 1.97
ad- But it is with fatal effect
to hung
battalion at El Caney, and the regiment beeu annihilated in attempting
--; CM commanded by Major Conrad vauce. Company 0 of the Fourth skir urged the artist

waa later-died of fever. There were misbtd on the front of its regiment to "So was my husband" snapped the 9

.-: who eeven companiea of the Eighth in the within 800 yards of the fort and boat 28 woman. Subscribe for The Sun.; '

fight, numbering 450 men. The regiment of line.its men wounded UHOBGE out L of18 KII.MKB.in the Beards are taxed 10 yen a. year in a" i i ,

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1' TROPICAL SUI PUBLISHJSC ,COMPANY, He Hear Everything and Prints Everything CROCKERY and .
GUY L METG4'Lv; Korfoa.tUBUSMED That true religion is more a convictionof
the heart than the head. He Hears.

AT WilT PALM BEACH. DADE COUNTY, fLORIDA That most reasons are mere pretenses. .'

SOBSCK1PT10M:PRICE.! S2.00 A YEAR. That the greater the talker the more Never Contends That Darkness Is Lit aM.rrM...., All Kinds of Boat Goods.

altered at Portoffice of West Palm Beach, "I", generally, in his talk. Bitter Is Sweet Salt Is Fresh Tall ls
the leCOod-cIuI matter.f Staves 1'ia1Vare,Door.Sash sad Blind
That, without sacrificing something, Short or That Wrong II Right
All Kinds of Fishing Taekto
you can never do good. and Sporting jood
f THURSDAY, JANUARY 1?. 1899. --'at .
", That a buyer needs in Gasoline Store Blue Flame Kerosene: Oil Stovea.
r = eyes even buy The Man On The Corner was kept indoors GUanrare,Lamps and Lanferna. Harriao. Bro..' Ready Mixed Palat"r-
THE RAILROAD COMMISSION of Florida ing from a blind man. lII""JI&l1" Ordrr. '
for some time by cold and blustery IT-a.pt AtUntlo. 1Mgy

baa elected H. E. Day aa its president That, the wittier the fool, the more weather, but I have been on duty againfor ,
;, or chair .an. This feature of a few days past and have stowed PROFESSIONAL CARDS.

1: progresa; 'in State affairs is here to That one man may be sharper ,than away quite a number of interesting observations I LEGAL NOTICES The Dale County State tkk

.: Properly officered, it will another but no man is sharper than I have caught on the fly from
every body else. of lookout and these I will I. METCALF, NOTICE. West Palm
prove beneficial to all parties conceroedtyaneportationcolrpanies I my point w CITATION Beach Flonr! .

as That age don't always cause mold. spring on THE SUN readers from timeto ATTORNEY AT. LAW.NOTAKJf .

That a man who wont rely on his own time as I think best. PUBLIC In the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial Authorized Capital $100,000.

well aa ehippere.a'a memory will still want you to rely on his a a # a Will practice in County,state aDd Federal Circuit, Dade County, Florida.In :
judgment.That Couru. Chancery Paid Up Capital $15,000.,
There has been one problem troublingme LAND CASES A SPECIAJ.TY.
A STOCKMEN'S STATE CONTENTION he who buys on credit paji somewhat very recently, and that is office m TROPICAL SUM Black IX R. INGEU OLL and \ OFFICERS:
WMt Palm Hade #Iortda.I lOA
Beach. County IlfCEBSuLL
f Bill
others debts. tO
in called to meet at Kis4immee, on as to how the City Fathers are going to Ti. ( Cancel Deed.A. f. N DIMICK, President.U. .

February 7th proximo. That to have half you wish would doable dispose of the accumulation of broken, J. CLABK. ) 0, HEIIORICK80H Yice-President.
It Tuesday,
W. ropE,
your woe. cracked and discarded New Years yes TfBANK It CEO L. BRAINING, Cashier '1
As Osceola is one of the leading! stock- appearing from the offl'lavlt of Robt. R. '
: That wise men learn by others mis- olutions that the high winds have been Tat lor, a Solleitorfor ,
raising countiet4 of f Florida it is very ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. complainant in the Office Hours From 9 m. to a p. m. ,
takes; fools not even by their own. blowing hither and yon, up highwaysand above-entitled cause, that ".J. Clark ia 01'1'I I
proper thag'the convention should down by-ways 111 East Bay Street, th age of twent)-one ((21)) yean; that he In a General Banking Business Transacted
J be there. } stock interests are That yon should never furnish the par- s. -91 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA : UOO-l'l'IIi.lent of the State of Florida and i. a

hence not so much inter- lor at the kitchen's expense. resident of the tit) of New York,State of New ColletiirnH promptly remitted on day (4
very elsewhere That yon learn the value of water The resolutions I refer to are ones saidto C. HOOD, !1. D. York; that there Is no one In the State 01 receipt Dr&fia bought and Hold on the prini -
in it will be taken as H Florida upon whom '
est a aubpana would bind. Ipal titles of the United States.! 42997E.U.DISHCK
when the well goes dry. have been made by different ones of It In therefore
'I" ordered
that the Bald
A. J.
a... That the price of your clothes will affect our citizens. One man promised his Clark do appear at the Court House at Juno.

, your pocketbook more than wife he wcnld not let a week go by with. and Residence near Royal Poinrlana Florida, on the
your ,
THE SUGAR\ TRUST said to lie health. out ridding his premises of the sand- Hotel, PALM BEACH. lit gy SUTB Par or FEBRUABT, A. D. 1893: Proprietor.DEALERS .
to answer aid bill of complaint.!
f losing money daily in its attempt, to That it costs less to buy two stoves spurs. Now two weeks are nearly gone 11 la further ordered that thin order be published -
And the Ar and the M. O. C. frescoed I> B. POTTER M. D. Palm
down ita competitors. than to keep one hot. only yesterday In THE TROPICAL SUN a newpaer pub-

t buckles are also losing money, probably That Adam prospered and afterward the feather edge of his pantaloonswith lisped at Went Palm Beach. County of Dade
3-23-93 PALM BEACH. FLA and state of Florida,
these adhesive critters in for thirty (30) day,
<- meeting the cut in prices frying to
suffered Beach
by ; Dune and ordeted at Juno. Dade County,
from the street to that man's side l
Trust both on get Florida this
made by the Sugar That Job suffered and afterward guth day of DecemberA.D.
prospered UGH M. D.
door. But there are others.One .
which the E.W. A. F. UCIMBT.
" sugar and coffee, too, ;
Clerk of the Circuit Drug
. Court.
Trust ib selling in opposition to the That Adam was lead by his wife bat a a a a a PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ROB?. R. TAYLOR,

Arbucklea. In their attempt to Job wasn't; of these shattered resolutions Office in rear.t Dtnll k'B Drug Store. Complainant' Solicitor. ii-8-6t Ai.
Residence-Went lde of Olive Street 3 Doom
crash all opposition it is to be hoped That there are several Adams in this came wafting by me yesterday, borne South ol t'lematia Avenue .... -store.

f that people are benefitting by the vicinity. on a gentle zephyr that was playing up I. 3-2696 WEST PALM BEACH. FLA
lower prices. That honey catches more flies than and down Narcissus Street. It was the CITATION NOTICE.

,! ..* vinegar. remnant of a noble resolve made by one D.A. T1IOM ASON, D. D. S.' IK-

That he who drinks alone can fish of our well known young men to the ef In the Grcuit Court of the Seventh Judicial

Of. MERIT WINS ix THE' END. It is as alone. fect that from this, the First Day of Jan Office: Corner Clematis Ave and Olive St.. Circuit of Florida Dade County.In .

impossible! to hold down a determined That a man would rather be applaudedthan uary, A. D. 1899, I, -, hereby WEST PALM BEACH FLA. Chancery. Drugs Toilet Articles
impulses AH kinds of modem dentistry known to the ,
: man. actuated by higher instructed. promise myself that I will no more be profession. .;0101 crown and badle- a EUGENIE HENLEY

.j. } than those bred by petty jealousy ,That a true man would rather please heard to make any flippant or jesting remarks 8|.ecialt). Teeth extracted without pain. JAMES H.fi.HENLEY} DlTOBCC.
Office Hours: Q to u a. m. and I to 4 p m, Fine and
mind 7-31 Stationery
i and a naturally narrow than admire you; about any lady passing along the It appearing bjr affidavit ol the solicitor lor

; aa it is to stop the sun in ita daily That a true woman wants to do both. street. I know that young man meantto the complainant, that Jerne H. Henley the
'i that resolve for he intelligent R. J. A. PUGH, defendant la a resident of the State of Florida -
Ambitious, scheming, nard keep is an D Sundries.PrnKriptlonHParefnUy
course. That laws too mild are seldom obeyed; bat that bto place of abode to not definitely Druggist .
1 lit.tie brief and in most ways very considerateof
row minded men holding a too severe, are seldom executed. DEHTI8T. known therein. he being absent and
d his fellows; but only last week I heard secreted himself and there ia else In
1! authority, backed by a fawning sycophant That, if would tell others their (,Graduate Vanderbilt University, one Compounded
you him make a light remark about >a.very the State of Florida the eerriceof subpoena "
i Deed not hope to crush out faults, first mend your own. estimable young lady who had just pas. Teeth Every Extracted operation Without Guaranteed Pain. upon whom would bind the Saul defendant It East Coast Business: $olicita d. ,.'

every man who may refuse to bend That it always takes bait to catch fish. sod by a group of men young and mid. WEST LoweJt PALM hricea On All FLORIDAI \Vork. la ordered that the Bald defendant appearto WEST PALM HBAUH. 6-UVyfi.
the knee. 7-2-94 BEACH the bill of complaint filed In this cause
That some folks try to say something dle-aged. The remark, of itself was an against him on the

i when they have nothing to lay objectionable. but some one else made T. DANIEL Sixth Day of February, A. D. 1899, Clematis Avenue

TBIM CAN BE WIDE the banner season That most people take more pains to another comment ou the young lady, LA. the tame being the Bale day, default will .
then another, and before I left fully two DEN Tl8T. be taken
hide than to mend. against and said suit will pro.
Dade if all our people will puttlielrbhoulders
'for thirds of that had said their little eeed ea-parta. Supply Store
group -::
to the wheel to bring That it is safest never to fool with COCOA, INDIAN EIVKR. FLORIDA.UM8 .
say-and some of the remarks, dear It li further ordered that this order be pnbolLohed ;41
the attention of vUitora the attractions other folks, women or money. for thirty day prior to said Hay,m THE
i to reader. were not just what you or I :;-Wett Palm Beach, Florida., \ '
and advantages of this sec That moit men will take a joke on would have laid about WALLACE R. MUSES TBOPwtL son a newepaperpnb bhed weekly ,
enjoyed hearing
In West Palm Beach Dade County. FloJidLDated
J. D.
tion. Let every man, woman and their looks or manners but few, on their our sister, Successor to A. W. Robert, tbU 26th day of *
child consider himself special- com religion. # REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 1898. A. r.QUINBY ('.'-t. Braailaf"! Salary aa Grtctry C*)

cheerfully and fully That, the more you talk, the less interesting Agent. for West Palm Beach Town Lots, also Clerk Circuit Court. Mv Motto-XJuIck Sake and Small ProSt
mittee to answer you become. And speaking of this particular case Went Palm Beach Water Work OOEDOX R. BKOOSIE:, Complainant's Sol'r.
and of strangers. NOTARY PUBLIC. Bakery Goods and
the questions queries leads me to a general subject which
That a light purse makes a heavy Clematis Avrnue near Olive Street
; .. Even if we have answered thej' heart. : must have impressed you all at one time 5-21-97 west Palm Bench. Florida. Family Groceries '

hundreds of times before another. I refer to the evil of
same questions or commenting
That a pleased customer will continue THE BALTIMORE TAILORS.ABE .My
j' let na remember that an interested his custom. on passers by, especially if the GUY 1. METCALF, .... Specialty.Goods .

is quite likely to become person be of the, gentler sex. Boys, delivered free to any partof
person it SON
no moss grows where stones keep NOTARY PUBLICFor the
City or across the Lake.
settler. Let rolling. don't do it! Men, you men who have
j an investor or every ; wives and sisters, don't do it! "Chickens the State of Florida at Large. MANAGERS OF ill Orders Gina Prompt Atteaflan.
r hospitality and courtesy be shown, That a change of pasture makes fat Deeds: Mortgages Leaned and Contracts
calves come home to roost," your sister, sweet Draftl'd.Coneyaaclnr The Three Friends Goods First-Class and Fresh. Highest
and won't regret it. .
we a Specialty. prices paid for '
f heart or wife may be the topic with that country produce.
That you should not spoil a good wife All Work Guaranteed Legally Correct:
- group farther down the street. Don't Office In TROPICAL SUN Block.Weat Tailoring Company. Buy of me and I will nave you money. 6-isT
to make a poor teacher. Palm Beach. Dude twunty. lorlda.
''\ do it! The habit is as common as it is -
NEWSPAPER CRITICISM. That it takes experience to make edit _
pet nicouis The whole of society is hurt
ors-also some other things. FRANKLIN SHBEN. CEO. O. BUTLER. Red and
SUITS Spanish
by it. No man's loved ones are sacred ORDER. .
Editor Gardner of the Sunny Land That silence is the best substitute for from its blighting effects. Discourage it SHEEN & BUTLER.
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w In'last weeks inane of his paper, takes wisdom. whenever you hear it. A gentlemanly SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS. Fancy.... uit> .

F; the hlghground in reply toa contero- That it is pie more than praise that rebuke, courteously made, sometimesdoes Office' at West PIm Beach \Cleaning, Pressing and. Repairing

perary'a vituperation against his criticism most people need; a world of good. Lands legal subdivided and map. fur A Specialty. PINEAPPLESlips
'a1 nbhed. Selecting and grading; land locating -
r- of public officials acts, that a That we like praise but can also appreciate and estimating; timber a specialty. Careful -
and correct work guaranteed. AU wm- 1
to be used pie; munication by mall receive prompt atten- FIT AND WORKUJUISHIP GUARANTEED.
T= ia not property and Suckers
newspaper Miami claims to be the business Metropolis tlOD. Maim and Blue Pilots at Lowest frlrea. -
medium of slang and abuse tat That we write principally for pie; WEST PALM BEACH FLA. 11.7.95 ;
L aa a f Dade, but from the Man on WEST PALM BEACH FLA. ,
individuals differing from the editor. That praise won't fill a pocketbook.That The Corner observation of the numberof For Sale, of the Following Varieties, vie

: Ttia ia strictly in a line with the you can help to make times as Miamis legal lights that have been ALEX ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS, Abbaka Smooth, Porto Rico, f

J long announced and ever acted upon, you want them. prominent here of late, this end of the Attorney at LawJACKSONVII.I.Jt Cayenne,
Egyptian Queen
That he who has trade must be more fruitful field for Whidden's Markots ,
principles of THE BUN. It may be a a has better County a FLA.
Ripley Queen, Golden Queen,
to that we bet than a fortune. their services than the South end; And
repitition for us say Practice In all the Circuit Courts, State and White Antigue.
1 lieve in clean journalism, the insertion That every time anything unusual hap- yet ordinarily we are a law abiding com 1229-9S.Federal.: Prepared to Supplyyou Pernambuco,

.... on the earth Chicago, at munity. Some of the legal gentlemensay
D of such matters only as can be pens once, gets with EndUe
this is better for "
out a new city directory. a locality "game. Early delivery can be made part of the
t in the family, at the fireside, by
L BARBER SHOP, fruit Iron thin Plantation having been
r father mother or children; of honest That pineapples potatoes, pawpawsand .0. pITY Good Meats at Living Prices. taut month. Apply to

fair criticism of public acts of peppers procure prosperity for the Appropos of the above, I have heard First Door South of the Post Office.
and C.C.
planter. Easiest Chain and Beat Fresh Pork ,
l alone individual considerable discussion during the past ,
of severely letting in Town.
[ officials Equipped Shop
r ; faults or frailties, where the That what is craukiness in the poor is week, on legrl ethics- ;in other-words on *tf MILO COOPER:: Prop'v. Beef Florida Pineapple Company, -1

t not conflict with public eccentricity in the rich. the propriety of attorneys advertising 5-21-97 West Palm Beach KU.
::0 Brtraedoea That some men in this town should their business either by public notice in Poultry 1

duties, public morals, or public de- try harder to hide what they don't know. the newspapers, or by private solici- CHESEBRO BROTHERS, Eggs.

cency. When we come short of this, citation in person as do merchants.It WHEN in Jacksonville be and
That the only difference between a 1 Fulton Fish Market, New York. sure visit *
or overreach, we are direlict in our cold and the grip is in the size of the is the general sentiment, as The Native Meats a specialty.Your your Old Friend, who will surprise

duty. doctor's bill Man On The Corner has heard it expressed Wholesale Commission Fish Dealers. you with Bargains in

r i If we taboo, or are to be tabooedfor ,that there is a dignity, or shouldbe Patronage Solicited. Dry Goods Clothing and
That a lawyer's stock is brains whichhe '
our mere faults, failings or incom- sells by the case. at least, about the legal professionthat Our Indian River Specialties Are: Market on Banyan Street Gents'9. SINGER. 01 nl hlngs.._...._

involve wholesale prevent personal
petenciea, it would a That to jump at conclusions not always IM2 WEST PALM BEACH. u Bridge Street Near Bay r
; charge and daughter of character to land on your feet business. That the law is one of the POMPANO, KINO-FISH, 11-tags KSONVTU.E.. FLORIDA

individual in the commun most digniffed of professions is generally SHEEP8HEAD. BLUE-FISH,
of every That our Christmas tree crop this season conceded. That its dignity is often

1 ity. Not one could escape. News- was the biggest ever known in this trailed in the mire is equally true. I SEA TROUT, ETC.

y editors should' aim to elevate, section. FirstClass"J
Japer aIn
not degrade.; build upnot pull down; That true dignity needs 110 tall hat and OUR INDUCEMENTS TO SHIPPERS ARE:

commend the right, and decry' the Prince Albert coat. t"bitay and age proper advertisingof Prompt Retires and Fall thru! Values JOB WORK ,)

wrong in morals and in high plal't'S.Appropt)8 That, the better the road, the shorterit a tran's business is recognized as legitimate Stencils Forwarded on Application. .
in all branches or avocations in
of the above we note the seems-and the longer it lasts. Correspondence Solicited
life. We see no impropriety in a professional
following in the Jacksonville Metropolis jubilee.That now Madrid should hold a peace mau advertising his professionin At THE SUN Office

; a clean, dignified manner. There can
do with a Con- That men of great capacity often have be : in his
"What shall we a great impropriety personal CALEB HALEY & CO.
temporary that is all the time find- little capacity for making a living. solicitations, especially where it tendsto I

ing fault and picking contemorariesare at us?" asks a That the easiest way to convince a man foment strife, instead of pacifying Wholesale Coramiskion Dealers in Prospectors and Inquirers

Georgia not worth editor.noticing.Such It is a trick is by agreeing with him. differences The Man On The Corner, ALL KINDS :OF FISH. i ,

of theirs to assail their betters with That, the more you know some people, while not a lawyer, believes that it is 4

a view to getting advertised by a re- the better they look. more a true lawyer's business tc settle Special Attention given to the sale of Will find THE TROPICAL SUN !
their obscur- Southern Fish. SPANISH
and brought from MACKEREL, ,
ply differences than to them and
I Into notice. Such editors are a That, if yon sit and wait for wealth to encourage POMPANO, BLUR FISH, TROVT, SHBSP loaded to the muzzle week with f
misfit hy In the newspaper DUSIDKS, as come to you, you will need a cushion on let his clients pay for keeping them out ilIAD RED SNAPPER SHAD etc. every J

they scarcely ever have a news item your chair. oftrouble. It is cheaper for them in just the information they want

in their poorly edited, printed and I That if dont take time to the long run. CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED
aheets. Give them the you exercise Try it and be convinced. I
patronized burs on the Lookout PROMPT
there is nothing to you wil have to take time to besick. I
cold auouldcr as THE MAN ON Tug COI.NU.k U Fulton Fish Mirket
be gained by noticing them. j I HEY TORI. Subscription Price-1 year, $2 ; Six Months, $1 ; Three Months, b0ctei1



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......e.tal Prlmelplen .( th* Fra- Varlcu Views la Various Plteca M Shown This Week By The Registers HOTEL"THB PALM lights, Elrcttk bells Baths .
teraltr-Teample Chlpa. to What Be I*. COMPLETE SERVICE.

Masonry is not religion In the sense that "I was greatly amused," laid a New Of Our Leading Houses. 1p- f* cc, iso and boo per De,. .

U t has a dogmatic creed or enjoin. certain Orleans citizen who has lately made a Special Rite By the Week.
rtlolas of faith of
or systems theological SEMINOLE HOTEL
visit abroad "to notice bow the term .
octrlnea.. It la Intensely religious, however 'Yankee' widens la application as one G B Hinkley, Savannah Ga. L J Address "THE PALMS." WEST PALM- BEACH, FLORIDA. ".
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. and lays down as fundamental prin- Ballard wife and daughter Troy, Pa.
gets farther and farther from the
iplea a belief in God, an overruling power away Mabel Sanforl N. Y. City. .S V Pryor .
Brtt4 Chueellor IlllaoU DoiuUm. whose supreme will creates and sustains habitat of the real thing. Rochester N. Y. Jas.' E Chambers, "

.1 Helmet GlUta. the universe and all of its wonderona ma- "In New York a Yankee is commonly Delray. S L Lowry, Tampa. E Me GREEN LAWN COTTAGE. -

The grand domain of Illinois U one of chlnery, and the Immortality of the soul supposed to be a native of Connecticut Guirt St. Augustine. M Lownses, Fla. .

the most prosperous u well as next to the Tpon.these two doctrines. hang all the Vermont or Massachusetts and I 'C B Cady. Cincinnati. F P Larsen. First Class Accommodations for a Limited

largest grand cachings of Masonry.The bave noticed that the name is appliedto Jupiter. W G Hadden Daytona. W Number of =
body la the order. grand lodge of Switzerland ha airoposltion mean skinflints rather than to the E Gerow, Jackson ville. F E Rice. Otto Winter Visitors desiring

Illinois Knight before it looking to assisting people in general. In St. Louis Yankee Ling, N. V. City. G J Zehnbauer St LARGE AIRY ROOMS SPLENDID TABLE SERVICE. .
. he government pecuniarily the maintenance Augustine. Wm. Mack W E Mack,
. Lay. always beanregarded is understood loosely to be any cue from
of Its public schools. Bend. Ind. Abe. HOME COMFORT AND
: a> 3a the extreme northeast. Here in New South Safranek. Jack QUIET.
among the fore- Many good Maoona feel that too much sonville.! Ch. A Sparner (;eo. Nyle.
,molt in their devotion time and money are devoted to festivity Orleans the term includes pretty nearly Jacksonville. J J Williams, Baltimore. Rates Reasonable* and According to Rooms.

to the prindples -' at lodge meetings. Much money so spent everybody above Mason and Dixon.slinein A Swartz, N.-w York. J W Fussell, -
better be devoted short 'northerner' and Yankee' Atlanta.
of the order 1 might to charity.It
A. L
and in enthu Ju. is undoubtedly true that Masonry is are more or less synonymous."Now MJIL..JMW. | PROPRIETOR

tic and consistent not exclusively Christian Christian and comes'the really absurd partof THE PALMS.L West Palm Beach, Florida.

work in lu.. up- Jewish. it, although quite in line with what H Gale Jacksonville. Geo Arnspeiger ....

bolldtag. Arthur There U only one valid reason In all the I have, just remarked. While I was in Cincinnati, O. E B Gardnti
3. Comings.of London I found continually referred and wife, Springfield Mass. Mrs Get
world that can be advanced for casting a myself A New House-
H Hubbard and Miss Eva Man
Boekford. who
cube or square ballot, and that Is to keep to-ai 'Yankee by natives whQ ,'
WM elected grand out of the lodge and the fraternity ona had learned I was from New Orleans.'I chester N. H. Jas McFarlane Lake
ehanoellor at the Worth. S L Lowry Tampa G W
who would nut be a credit to it Beach
think charming
Yankees are palm
lost meeting of you very Jones Mrs G W Jones, Miss Elenore Cottage '
the grMduI lodge, *. '. OO"SGB' Daniel McDonald, poet grand master of people,' lIIIid a big wholesaler who Jones, and Miss Mamie Jones, St Louis.J .
represents the progressive element of the Indiana, says: "There can be no good wanted to be extra pleasant 'I know E Cooper and wife T F Williams W .

grand domain and fcis elevation to the reason for a violation of any of the covenants several from your state.' I tried to explain C Jeiser. Charles Rodier Edward Rodier ;

bead of the order In the state is an honor of Masonry. No one can by any at first, but I soon got tired of and wife, and Miss L Howard Jackson Will Open Dec. 15.

deservedly bestowed and argue well for possibility be placed where It could become that I was sure to be greeted by a stare ville. S Fisk Worthington and wife,
the future of the order Mr. Comings hag necessary to violate any of the solemn New York. Geo McPherson Chas
of 'But I all
amazement. thought
ihown tupertor ability wherever placed, i. fore promises admitted he was required the to make" be- Americana were Yankees, doucher McPherson Stewart, Fla. C M Gup- floe Minutes Wall* from the Royal poinoiana.
being to order
and the order U to be congratulated on ping Macclenny Fla. Jas F Crenshaw,
hi* selection.In Freemasonry is the ,light of the world. know would be the usual protest Jacksonville, Mr and Mrs Reynolds, Rates. $2.50 per Daj Special Weekly Rates.

South Dakota there are 45 lodge Ibe sons of light cannot afford to let that "Later on I met a very intelligenthotel Lake Worth. R L Payne. Baltimore, A

with a total membership of 1,781. light grow dim, but u>u t keep the beacons keeper at Bern, in Switzerland H Abrahams. Atlanta C F Flowers, AddressPALM

United States Senator William E. Ma- burning along the shore. and in the course of conversation be remarked Fairbanks, Fla. J S Mnnel Fla. Mrs BEACH COTTAGE
A visitor that he had extremely John Hamilton and Mrs Pettit Allegheny
whose an
IOn of Illinois was recently made a member against admission no agree- J J
of the order In Chicago. objection has been raised has a right to able countryman of mine staying at his Pa. J C Vertrees Jr. Palatka. Palm Beach, Florida.

ballot on the petition of any person for house the previous season. 'As yon are E Ben Carter St. Augustine.
Hibben master of Iowa
K. H. grand
the degree of Masonry in any lodge In '
both Yankees he said 'yon may by
Odd Fellows Is. a past grand chancellor .e.
Oregon provided such visitor Is a member chance know him.' 'Where doea he
of Iowa and a past supreme representative THE EftRMAN
in good In HOUSE
standing some lodge la that '
jurisdiction. live'I asked. 'In Buenos Ayres, re- City Directory

plied the hotel keeper."-New OrleansTimesDemocrat Is now for Winter Travel.
West Virginia has 16 lodge with a total Masonio. charity is a purely voluntaryact open

membership of 8761. and should only be given in cades of OFFICERS. BEST OF ACCOMMODATIONS.-TABLE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS.

A page esquire or knight is in good need. WILMON WHILLU1N... __ __Mayor -:Bth. la Connection.

Unding In tbe ubordinate lodge of whichhe For a grand master or a grand lodge to INDIAN SIGNAL SERVICE.They J. GLENN... ..._._...........__.._.Clerk Rates Reasonable. Short Distance from the Depot.
U a member If be U not under suspension tell Freemasons they are "ruled" by W.; H.. RUSSELL-.._. ._Aisesior Address Mrs.
or baa not renounced the order. "superior bodies"Is an insult. that cannotbe Have "0.1r Telephoned bf the S H.HAPPERSKTT..Trearorer E. EARMAN, !WEST PALM BE," 'II. FLA.

No member should be elected to office passed; by without a rebuke. There Ii Die of Dr..... r-AULC.JO.NBS.. ......M .__..Marital

who it not willing to devote the time end no "superior body" to the grand lodge In Travelers in uncivilized countries BOARD OF ALDERMEN.

attention to it which the proper oonducl Ancient Craft Masonry; neither can it be"ruled" have often wondered how some savage ..
'GF.O. W. PUTTER._..._.__ _'''M President
of U require by any other body tribes were able to transmit news for JOHN BEACH__.... ...-J-D !II A THIS
The grand lodge of Canada has expended hundreds of miles with no apparent J A.STIl4WDRRYAN..GEO. J.. BRANIIo'NGOEO. NEWSEMINOLEHOTELOnly
ODD FELLOWS. .aQII, OO for benevolent pU1'p086lIiD08 facilities for doing so. An interesting S. ADIIS..C.\R1. HREBN1CK t tI

park t. Advaic the Ord.i- .!.*. its formation in the 1865! The amount ex. light i. thown on this subject by Jose J Council: meeting on the 1st, and 3d Tuesday in i
.f th. KvateraKr.At in90 wa during 110.776. year ending May 81 Bach, who tells of the means by which I etch month at 7:30 p. m. Brick Hotel in Town. :! ;"t tJ
he Indians the Amazon :
this season ofbe'yew there should |) on common- ", Ii
be a general forward movement all along pate with each other at a distance. The I WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. I a
the Mnea., Diatriot depatia* 'In all the RED MEN. natives live in groups of 100 to 300 -9 ,County DIrectory. ( j it-

branches should be ready to suggest and persons in settlements half a mile or a HaS been completed
n. tint .f itlvaln J. {Airs.. THE SEIIINOLE recently built in the most sub- :
carry out programmes for the advancement mile apart In taoh dwelling there is! s OFFICERS. {
COUtflY stantial
I Ateag tee ,,.... manner and elegantly furnished; situated j i i
.' of the order, in their respective dis- la many cities In the country than art wooden drum, which is burled for half E.Hf8ER: ;... ..... ... .: County JaSg. on high ground fronting Lake Worth and commanding magnificent, unobstructed I
the winter
triode during evenings. An wtohange -
its height in sand mixed with fragments ::?. QUIMBT:...... ... Circuit Court Clerk
two or more tribe of the order. Often 4. view each and
of vU16i by the lodges In the district way, guests enjoy perpetual breezes frog all directions. fe
of wood bone and mica and bas BOBT. R. TAYLOR Prosecuting Attorney
there Is a friendly rivalry between them -
an occasional and a concert'evening for for some social worthy enJoyment each tribe striving to outdo its neighbor. a triple diaphragm of leather, wood I I R..J..CHlUaWJWORTH.... ..... .....Sheriff I i iK. Cuisine and Service Strictly First-Class. 4 llTHE

When one tribe secures a class of 10 or 18 and rubber. When this drum is struck It ll.UBER .. ... .. ....-Tsx Assessor
object during the festive season might be i
4'. taken and various other means of palefaces the other Immediately goes to with a wooden mallet, the sound travels H, P ANTHONY.."...............Tax Collector Rates: )2 per diy tad up. Special Rates fey the Week or Monti. I
;rp aternlslng and doing good might easily work to double that record and succeeding far and is dibtinctly beard in the other E. H. DI ICK... ........ .. ..Treasurer '
....... .., ..... Manager. 4
'" be In&J'oduoed.-IodttpundeD' Odd Fellow the first one U put on Its mettle to at drums in tbe neighboring dwellings.It FRAXKI.YS SHEEN Surveyor 1l. -97' ,
laarit with l'. MERKITT ... Public Instruction
if keep up the procession The Z. .sup
Hereafter officers of subordinate en is beyond doubt that the transmission
result of this friendly spirit of contention
'II' oampmenta In IlllnoU will be elected semi of the sound takes place throughthe COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.'
is not the tribes
to tmmedl
success only -' --- -- -
tonually.Delawaroexpended8H,861forrelleflaet. earth since the blows struck' are N.w. PITTS.lh.irmao. .... Lake Worth
ately Involved but to the whole reservation G. W. LAINHART .... .. ...Palm BeachW Miami on Florida
Bay Biscayne
; scarcely audible outside of the houbea \ ,
and even the order at large. This
yew net asset*. 1135.002X'number spirit is to ba .commended and fostered. in which the instruments are placed. J. SHOSE: ........ .....Cocoanat Grove H o t e II I mIamI The Most Southern Railroad Point in
I EJUW ,ITE .... .. ,.Lemon CityW.
'ol''MlMoim' ''' .''
encarapments for,it redounds to the credit and advancement I After a "nialucca, or dwelling 1 ; t:
of the order.Winnepurkettribe. I V. RUSHING_...__.__...___Neptune the United States. '
MN forfeited charters by reason of not been "called op" by an initial blow ,
Commissioners meet in regular OB
having made semiannual reports for one of Lynn and Oweenee conversation u! carried on between the the first Wednesday m each month. Accommodations for 200 Guests. Hotel Homelike and Comfortable.
g year or over. The new officer are charge council will hold a trading post In Feb two drums. Mr. Bach's explanation it
4 with the a AlnthW (4 the question whether ruary.Voposononock. that tbe communication is facilitatedby FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.MEM 1.16-97 W. W. PROUT, Manager.
J KM charter shall be taken possession of or \ SIRS riot DADS fOCNTT.
tribe of Altoona recently the of the
nature the drams I
Whether the Urn shall ha extended with adopted a class of 64 ground 8 :i. NOIICK.l'alm Beach.................Senator
that droumstanoea obrlate doubtless resting upon cue and the same ..._...... 1
the hope may F. S. MORSE, Miami .R.eprutatinH New house best ]
the necessity of It A movement I* on foot to establish another stratum of rock since trausniissiou ; ; accommodations the

The salary of the grand master of Illsbole council of the D. of P. in Indian through ordinary alluvial earth could ,'COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. E1DlPnn\ I HOTE I L F.ast Coast; table fi t-c'awi and cray ;

apolis. not be depended This method srrBiHiTBHDEST Or rustic issTiccTioa. convenience and comfort hot and cold l
was fixed by the grand lOOse at fftkt upon. I
zTMERRITT..... ...__4 _.Lemon City
Instead of 11.000. that of the grand secretary Great Prophet Stephen D. Moore of furnishes an ingenious modification of '; -<* baths; modern improvements; in center of the famous pineapple section; close I

at 18,940, to include the pay of his ... Texas la hard at work reviving the demised the process employed by Indians for JiiVf. MEMIEBS:! or SfHOOI. Beam.JACKSOSt'bairmsnCocoanut Grove to the Inlet; fish and oysters in abundance.
tribes in that reservation He hag
iitant' and stenographer. This is a redaction just revived Sitting Bull tribe No. 41. at perceiving distant noiees, such' as the K. 8..KING...,,.... ... ....................... -Jupiter' TERMS
of cM-third from the former sal MODERATE.J.
gallop of a horse, which consists! in .
applying \.. W. GARNETT.Hypoluxo
Hearne, Tex., and Navaaota tribe No. 49
ary. at Navaaota. Tex. the ear to the earth.tit: Louis. ...
New York hat 667 subordinate and Babakah Globe-Democrat L. JENSEN Proprietor !
lodges. There is no fraternity whose principle ;
appeal HO directly to the heart of the uninitiated State Directory.
?la Chile there are 119 Odd Fellows,and as the Bed Men. l'e of Adversity. JENSEN, BBEVARD COUNTY FLORIDA. ,

tat the Sandwich Islands 1W and 44 man- Now that the great'council of the United It is something new to discover thai r- -Dun' fail to stop at Jensen when visiting the Indian River. ia-i6s 1 f
her of the encampment branch. EXECUTIVE DElARTMEtoT.
States has reoognUed the uniformed a bodily affliction Wean aSl ist'one iu .
'Oregon contains 6,781 subordinates, portion of the order companies should be mastering the difficulties of learning) a W.:'B1.O.XI1\M. .. ... OoernoJVO. -- -- -- -

4,170 Bebekahs and 1.OV11D8Dbera of $heeooampmeD formed wherever possible. foreign language; but there is a case of UCUAWFOUD: .Secretary olSUt*
\. WM. II REYXOLI .. Comptroller
the kind record.
Wilson Roo e. great junior sagamore of on TRAVELERS
of B. WU1TF1ELD... .. Treasure .
Governor Elect Stone Pennsylvania JAME ? .
the great council of Indiana has been Gertrude came down stairs one
nwwber of the order and a grand.. w.s.8. LAMAR Attorney General
M a put elected. a member of the legislature of the morning with red eyes a swollen nose '
Membership of the order In France, 78; state. and a generally distressed W. X. SII EATS Supt. Public InstruotioU NEW MANAGEMENT, -
appearance. B. WOMUWKL.L .. Con Agriculture
Japan, 19; ltltxico,1BS; Netherlands 833; "What is the Gertrude?" FELIX GARCIA ..
1'\TJU"K iHH'sTOS ....Atljullot General Prop. |$ Jacksonville Fla. -
and Cuba. 888. ,
Peru. 81. UNITED WORKMEN. asked her nootber.I .
I W H. MIl.TON. JR... Surveyor-Genet!
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Th Jurledtctlon of North Carolina I "An awful cold in head" she re r'lorula.
my Ofliceo at Tallahassee,
with a membership of 4,300 has an or- The Power of iBdlvUial Effort plied."I. Electric Lights, Electric Bells Baths Complete Seivice.
phans' home, valued at 30000. In which Chip Prom the Workihw. U. S. SENATORS
M. children are oared for. The greatest force in the world la Individual am very sorry" said her sympathizing S. PASCO. .... .. .. ... M"ntirell. The Best $2.00 per day Hotel in Florida.
effort. Without it the best intentions parent S. R. MAI.LOR\' Pttisacol
Take car at the Union Depot and ask Conductor to stop at the Travelers. 4-ji
S was when I got cheerfully
Woednrm. and noblest rettolntloni are fruitless. up
rejoined the miss "but I'm U. S. _ .__ _.
the call nut
Everywhere 1s for earnest, courageous ,- young u
When the Woodmen and Royal Nelgh- ROBT W. DAVIS .. ...... ... ... Palatka
hopeful workers-men and now. 1 can get that French nasal sound
Dots unite In bolding joint Installation ex- women S. M.SPAKKMAN ...... .. .. Tamp
erolaes, the suoueM of the event la a&ured. who show their faith by their works. Every exactly Tray be-ong. Bong zhoor BRELSFORD BROS.
is for them. The SUPREME COURT]lJDGES.
from the start enterprise waiting ilow's that..! Youth's, Companion.A .
grumbler and faultfinder no one needs, M. U. MARRY.... ..... .. Chief Ju tic*
Eighty new campi were organised during but the whole hearted man that goes in for Came Jockey. F. CARTER .......... .. Associate Justice RealEstateandInsurance

October. honest work is welcome everywhere The R F TAYLOtt- .... .... .. "
Checks drafta or other modes of Tod Sloans'! gamuuess will never be
payment A. O. U W has been made great and will
to the grand lod.fro are subject to the become btlll greater Individual effort questioned by those who saw him win a R. R. COMMISSIONERS.

tamp tax. Tbet must be stamped by Bender co-operation in the order's race on Walter in a nose finish at the H. E. DAY, Chairman ............. .....Cainesvill Palm each, Florida.
the persons drawing the same. work.-Michigan your Herald. old East St Louis track some yeqrg J. L MORGAN .....................e....,.......J..ptr NOTARY
In the After the Tod J. M. BRYAN....... ._ ........,......__KUkimmee PUBLIC COTTAGES TO RENT.
There U no asegsment Royal John H. Pohlman. sheriff of St LonU ago. race was hardly able
Neighbors i for December county, Mo., Is a prominent member of to dismount. Then it was learned that JOHN 1.. NEELEY. Ja.llerk._ ._..Arcadia 6. 1-97 Post-Otfiee Building, North of 1'oinciaDa Motel.
I Headquarter and offices of the Board at Talahaiuec. -
There were 6,004 new certificate* Issued the order i iI be had broken an arm in the race. It I

'to old camps during October. I I Take advantage of this season tolncreuBO seems that be was crowded against the fl.- I

On Nov. 1 there were 18.819 beneficiary the lodge membership. feuce in a jam around one of the turns

member In the ,Royal Neighbors of See that none but the best men are elect and broke his arm. Switching the reins General Directory

America. ed to office in the lodge to hu good arm he rode the race out PATRONIZE THE SUN JOB OFFICE !Y

The net Increase In the Royal Neighbors The social gathering serves two good with great determination potting np a COURT CALENDAR.

Icy November wa U&. purposes It develops the fraternal spiriting "Garruon finub" and winning on the ;. (Seventh Circuit.)

the members and their friends and post by the narrowest possible margin. M. S. JONES; .. ........... .... Circuit oIUIIII|:
taatteaal rr |.r.al c...'..., affords an opportunity to the public of It was an exhibition of gameness she J. l'. BKOOS ..... Stiite't Altornei FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK.

The national fraternal congress, at lie learning more about us. .like of which wag never before heard ol SPRING TEKM.OK .

reoent.e.sion In Baltimore, unanimously! in the history of the American turf.- J! County let M.mdayInMarrl.
alectBd D. K. Stevens of Philadelphia supnuua ".....a.! >U*..r. Chicago Record. orange 8.1olubia .". Pamphlets Billheads.

a ruler of Fraternal Myrtle Circle. The Bending of personal letters to member Lake Ub" ----- Letterheads
,\! president. The new vice prtwldcn U a seems to be a tad among the dictators Twisted Lottie.It \ W April.
'_ Mohawk Indian Dr. Oronhyateka of Toronto. of lodges in New York. 1I1'\.rd" .th" "
is said that during tbe Irish rebellion
H. ha no surname and uie M. During his occupancy of the office of su- Lade ** >..t Monday afur 4tta Monday Packetheads, Envelopes,
of ItS4& a bi bop sent a request tea
O., the abbreviation of his profusion as preme dictator Bro. J. W. Goheen bag in A|>nl.
his Initial Hals the supreme chief rangerof endeavored to have the work of the order paricb priest for information and received FALL TtKM.ObceoU .

tha Order of Foresters of Canada. Mr. carried on by the grand officers of the different the reply "Tbe peace of the County.let Monday in tftolr.. Business Cards Posters
M. W Sack of Meadville. Pa., WAI re- Jurisdictions, and has done all in his country is assured; faction fights are Orange *l Dodgers,

aleoted secretary and treasurer. I power to make them realise the responsibility increasing." Lake .th -

of their positions.8oa A similar twist in logio i.manifestedin t'olusia id Nov.

Mace*!>_.. a message of congratulation receivedby BrevarU Uh Circulars, Statements

ItUoMrt DOW has a great camp and win Sees .f Isra*!. Mr. Willis, on his election to the Ut yuiulav alter Nutiiinovr.GOV the Uh. Monday -
DOW govern lu own affair There are 1&eampa Tbe Independent Order Free BoDe of New South Wales parliament The tel.
la the stale with a total member Israel will celebrate tt.fiftieth anniversarywith egram from bit agent read"Carnida SIGNAL SEKl'ICh I EP 1. Printed with Neatness and DespatchA

hip of 6,800 a golden jubilee in New York olty. jubilant; heavy fighting; several hurt j.W.UtusK..,........... .. UtomrOWrvatory
Th list for the uniform rank In Omaha It will begin Jan. 16 and last three day Including sell"London Chronicle at Jupiter Inlet.

I* filling< up fast, and won Omaha will The order has 80,000 members In New GOP LIGHT HOUSE SERVICE
have tha firat Nebraska dlf talon ot the uniform York and In the United State
city 100.000 Wartay af Worship. I Lifht House Jupiter Inlet. COMPLETE LINE OF

ran k._________ "Faw gwaoions sake deah boy, who I JUlES A. ARMOC............. .Keeper STATIONERYALWAYS

aci of Malta K.I.... sad Ladles of Iloaor. was that common fellow you let shake J.A. WhLLS.BtNJ. ......... .... '.tA-t.tlll.t

Grand Organiser Sir George S. Jones of There were 106 deaths reported for Deo. youah baud?" Alllil.tll.nt -: ON HAND-

MassachusetU reports a conimandery almost 1, calling for one assessment making 17 "Deah boy he may have a common U. i LAND OFFICE.

ready for Institution at Foxboro. \ for the year look but he has a gweut soul. He is she J. M. L'\.ltCu. .. ......... ........ Register
Are You Supplied ? Give Us A
The oomajanderles In Philadelphia are I The advent of cold weather has stlmn fellow who designs the new collaws. N. U. WAISWlt\l llT.. KmiUfOlki Trial Order .
displaying greater activity than ha bean laced the members to work for the order Indianapolis Journal ** at Gawwville t 1urlrta.q i

apparent for several year past and gains are reported all along the line. I


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Mme Sarah Bombards proposes, it is t r CITY MEAT + MARKET.\y! :

Aad Ptofhwor IB a Cnlvcnlty U the said to charter yackt/pnt Pierre Loti

.- Timaa In charge, and then to sail for India, TINY TRAVELER.She .

Miss Laura Smith, one of the pro. where she will play before some mighty WESTERN MEATS A SPECIALTY. sh
4 feaaoti In the Nevada hal Joanejt From Franc to Hew Of- .
University eastern potentates, and at odd interims .: .. .
Juatbeen notified that the baa fallen retire into the jungle to shoot tigers for leant BEEF, VEAL !"="-, '
heir to a fortune of $1,000,000. A fin herself. The report has been telegraphed It is not a usual thing for a child 7 PORK ARMOUR'S STAR HAMs:' '-: .
old travel all the from HEAD CHEESE. PIG'S FEET "r : '
of English solicitors bal written lliiiPEOFK880B several times from the other aide, and ;years to way ,
France to New Orleans unattended by; MUTTON, BACON AND BOLOGNA. : '
if it has been denied the denial baa not
relatives friends, ticketed like "
any -
yet reached our ears. AND CHICKENS. .
and therefore much interest I
Pierre Loti baa a way of winning BUTTER, EGGS AND VEGETABLES
'was excited in benevolent breasts and
feminine regard of no mild order. Ouida
motherly hearts when it was reported' VENISON AND WILD GAME IN SEASON. '
baa written of him in extravagant '
& '. _.
that little Louise Lougoet was on her ;
terms, basing ber eulogy; od his love .
alone to her mother in New Orleans MEATS \
way .
and understanding of animals, in which .
she feels he has revealed something and those whose interest was ex '" MMta ___ __ __ *, ..
cited by the account will be glad to -
even,more exalted than the soul of a know that the little girl arrived safely Representing: Armour's Packing Co.'s Western Meats. K. B. Raulerson'a .
poet. Onida's own love of animals is of Florida Meats. : '
and Is now being petted to her heart' .
an intense and sympathetic kind, and
her dog stories are often quoted as being content by her anxious mother and rela GEO. S. ADAMS Proprietor. -
tives. Louise was delivered into her ;
contribution :
her only really; worthy; :
literature. The pathos and the tragedy care and a receipt taken to prove delivery WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA.
I just as a receipt is given for a package _
of their lives hav\ appealed to her. but _'"..

( so far as we remember she has never ::;:
dwelt upon the humorous sides of their Although only 7 years old. Louise is Give
a bright, active, sturdily built little ... .
natures, nor has she in her attempts at .... LITTLE
portraiture revealed any of those marvelous provincial, with a great tend of energy BROS. ;

gifts which have made the con- and good bu-nor, and if ever a girl of
classics that age could be said to be able to look *
tribntiona of Rudyard Kipling FERTILIZER
It was Pierre Loti'a sympathy; ; for the out for herself she is that girl She is and PHOSPHATE COMPANY. :

domestic cat which called out some of quick to ask for what she wants, and
But when she doesn't get it she rebels vigor Jacksonville
her most extravagant eulogies. Florida.
what will she have to say now when he ously. Such natures are apt to get what __

baa undertaken to guide an expedition .- Y i.. > > ,

for another woman the proclaimed pur- If yon are requiring Fertilizers for Vegetable ; '
LAURA SMITH. pose of which is to destroy the savage The ...

Smith that she is one of the heirs to an kinsman of the cat? Exchange. 44'i1A( Fk4YIrli ; Pineapples, etc., write to us and we can give you
English estate now in the court of chan-
more value for
cery. The property ia worth about $16- FMhlon't Chance your money. than any other Manufacturer

000XXX( and Miss Smith's share about It may; be nothing more humane than \ i or dealer in this State or from aty .
one-fifteenth. The heiress to this immense ; val.ji
fashion which has not a reputation for
fortune is a pretty, charming girl humanity; in any way; but it is certain l other State. Write for pamphlet, price, etc., .

of 22. She was graduated from the that the signet is disappearing from i to above address. 1l1 '

University of. Nevada in 1806 and at the coiffure. It has taken with it, too a -97.

onoe was given a place in the faculty.; the irreproachable ostrich plume and _

Her specialty if English literature, and flowers are filling the place of both. .

the ia now working quietly in that department They are artificial flowers, beautifulroses

of the universk,.. She dreads which stand up on a long stalk Sun. GEO. H. '
4 1 1a MALTBY
the notoriety which she fears will fol
from the top of the head as proudly as ...
low her remarkable good luck and for
if they were still adorning the rosebush! ,

n little time concealed the story from cluster! down in the hair a la Carmine, ,,4

every one. Unable longer to keep the or there is one big flower on the top of ---DEALER IN--- '

secret, the confided it to a Wend, who the head and another tacked away at -'

told a friend of hers, and so it went the side. It is a pretty and becoming

around until now everybody; knows it fashion, and it obtains also on the bodiceof FURNITURE WINDOW SHADES -
Hiss Smith has not made bet ,
yet up the gowns. There ia no longer a needat ,
mind whether her unexpected wealth the opera to have dim lights to pre C

will be worth leavingherprofeaeionfor, vent the reflection and refraction of the f MATTINGS f OILCLOTH.

but at any; rate it will enable her toy lights from thousands of dollars' worthof UX7ISS LOUGCBT. i A Chance to do Your

study in Europe and will make of her i diamond The tiaras and corsage they; wish, and therefore it ia not at all j

powerful friend of education if she decides pieces have given place largely!; to flowers surprising that Louise appears to be FUNERAL
not to leave that field of .work.- which are clustered on one shoulder greatly benefited by; her trip Ber good SUPPLIES IN STOCK

; Chicago Times-Herald. ,. or drape the front of the bodice of the humor and spirits beside won admiration .
from the boat and train officials ,
as well. ornament the hair.-
n. Cleerfal w..... gown Exchange who bad her in charge and the wasprobably I Practice the Latest Methods in Embalming the Dead. ;

There are emergencies in every household treated much better than many

which call for the display of i Pnlae For Boll Rosa ,.poor child who travels with her father Masonic '
lta&e8mAD'llkill' The cheerful woman Mrs. Sarah 8. Platt president of the and mother. Block West Palm Beach Fla.

ia preeminent on such occasions. She Woman's club of Denver lately; visited It transpires, however, that for the ..

conquers the grim uncle or the dy pep- the settlement at Hull House Chicago,' past year or two Louise, for so ;younga

.tio cousin with her infective cheerfulness and was much struck by; the work that child, bad to undergo some hard ex Do You Want a

and her servants recognize her el Miss Jane Addams is doing there. Mrs. !'penances in Franca It was stated o I. ?

their friend and ally ia all matters that Platt thud describes the culinary; arrangements through mistake the other day that her I] We have them to Sell,and if we have STEAMBOAT
are essential to their welfare in a letter to The Western father had committed suicide. Her father none oil hand to suit,we can build ,

The length of, time she keeps bet Clnbwoman: "The food was supplied did not kill himself purposely. He Just what rou want \'

aervanta ia a source of wonderment td from a large kitchen the one that supplies was' a trapeze performer and some
her less fortunate friends, but the eecrel the meals for the coffee house I yean ago fell from a great height and We are also PreparedTo

of it ii in her own winsome disposition! which ia run in connection with the lost his life. Her mother then canto to .. Furnish ""

She soothes the tired worker with sword settlement and which is already self join Mrs. Mallet, a married sister living '

of kind commendation where an supporting. It is a beautiful kitchen, i: in New Orleans and Louise was

other might make a querulous complaint as clean and convenient as possible, yet left in charge of another sister who had { Pumping Outfits for Irrigation.Write .

When direction ia needed she with a great deal of work being done ina married a Gascon farmer. Louise was

delivers it in such a gentle albeit firm very systematic ; I was especially; treated nicely for awhile but then the

manner that it has no sting of reproof. interested in the bread. They have a farmer, who was no relative of hen, } or call on us for Anything in

This gentle, tactful woman is not afflicted large oven in which they pot 8 cents' I I I began to sour on her Her little cousins Our Line that you need.MerrillStevens .

with work that ia from "sun to sun" worth of charcoal and that bakes 160 were sent to school while she was made

or that is "never done." loaves of bread. This is done every day to take care of the cows cod pigs, like 011k Engineering Co.

She does not moralize much perhaps, They make 2 cents on each loaf." maltreated little girls in fairy tales although ,

but by some means she manages to accomplish this rough life baa indirectly

a great deal of work and have Betora of the Earring. benefited the child by making her very; JACKSONVILIE, FLA.

plenty of time at her command. It ii The saddest word from Paris is that strong and independent. At last the

by; means of that same cheerfulness oi girls must have their ears pierced for uncle refused to take care of ber any I 21-9-97 PBOPRIETOB Marirr
disposition. There is less delay in executing the revival of the long earrings slowlybut ; longer and she was given into the Railways.,

her commands and she posseaael insidiously making their way back hands of a charitable institution. It

the gift of;"timing her turns" so thai into fashion. It ia even asserted that in was then that her mother and her relatives .

sometimes H seems as if the "telniet a few months they will be completely here made up a fund sufficient< to r

did help her." And thefairiesuf gentle re-established and the pendent ornaments bring the child to New Orleans.-New

breeding and of kind heart do help her. which have been discarded for 20 Orleanj Times-Democrat

"Heaven bless the cheerful woman i i&change 10- years and more will be again in high CItE G. STRO {1M

favor. Old fashioned earrings are being Fact Versus Fancy. .
hunted and because Two kittens. curled together by
repolished they
:- Working Women Encoaraged to OrganUa up Behind the kitchen lire The Tropical Sun -JJl. DEALER IN :I.-
are more striking in design and dimen-
.x Successful trade unions of workingwomen The wind blew cold the sky was guy
sions than those of more recent years, And since it was a dreary day.
are few. Wage earning women What more could they desire and
and those who have hitherto piqued Staple Fancy Groceries
: do not take to organization along trade
themselves upon the power of resisting When Tom awoke he rubbed Us eyea; ,
lines with much readiness
nearly so ai the glittering eardrops with which theirmotber'lI And ticked bu furry roil
men. The reasons which operate againstthe He dreamed a rat of awful size
jewel cases abound are only; Grain and all Food
growth of unions among female He'd killed but to his great surprise Supplies
waiting for earrings to become an assured
Be of It '"
saw DO sign
workers the those which
are same as fashion before adopting the largest Job DepartmentPrints
place women at a disadvantage with and most brilliant-Boston Herald. Bay, Puaa," said he when she awoke, -.-tOOUNTRY :--
men in the wage earning field. Both fob "1 killed a monstrous ratI
shook it till its neck 1 broke.' PROD.-UGE
the sake of their conditions
bettering own "
She Toted Coder Difficulties. And Tommy's sister proudly epokst
and in order that their influence "You are e wondrous cat Always Fresh, Kept I. Stock.
Mrs. B. F. Jeffers of !Soldier:! Ida.,
on industries in which they come into
rode 60 miles on horseback to cast her But Tom, did loa devour the bead Your Patronage Solicited. -
competition with men may not be so That so bravely slew
vote. Mrs. Jeffers' home was at Soldier Letter Heads
deleterious, women wage earners should Then 1 do think you might at least
until few days before the recent election West palm Bcaab Fla.
be better organized. It is gratifying to a Bave asked your sister to the feast 4-1-1 ,
when her husband having gone to I'd anrely think of you.*" Note Heads
know therefore from the address of Mrs.
60 miles in the Wood
Lowe, president of the National Federation Hailey away It happened that a full grown rat StatementsBusiness
River to work, she joined him
country That
; moment glided by
of Women's clubs!, given at the
there. Before leaving Soldier she registered And oh ao closely to the mat
recent meeting of the Illinois federation Cards
Where PUSH and Tommy trembling Bah '
in that town but at Hailey her -
In Chicago, that it Is to be the policyof "Oh. dear- cried Pas -Oh my I
the body of which she is the head tc transfer of residence not coming within Bill Heads THE HONEST PROFIT HOUSE
Tom don't =
-" the time limit the was not allowed to 'Oh my brother you tea :
put forth considerable effort in encouraging That dreadful horrid rat,
vote Determined to exercise the rightof Tom And all kinds of Fine StationeryAre Is of
the organization of working Do loll it. ; it frightens me. receiving quantities
Women.-Chicago Record. citizenship, on the morning of ejection "Why Puss, do it yourself said he
she mounted a horse and rode to And cowered on the mat HOLIDAY DRESS GOODS, CLOTHING AND KOI ION8

flail W. Have Hired Bridesmaids her old home arriving there in time to The rodent qnickly Bed with fear
.i J cast her ballot before the polls closed. When It heard Puss cry. You Supplied? Z every day. The Ladies are Especially Invited t$Call and Inspect our Handsome
Women offered field
are again a new
Bald Puss to artful Tom.1fi1 dear. Goods and Novelties.
for their labors, that of becoming ,
c professional That rat was daring you. tie clear "
A Queen M President.Queen CARL SCHREBNICK
; .' Proprietor.
bridesmaids.! Few people have YeS you were wondrous ahWUliaBjQ / :
Natalie who spends the great. Kemper m Chicago: Record SEMINOLE BLOCK.
> any idea how difficult it is to secure the Give a Trial Order BEACK.
er part of the year at Biarritz, has just us .
requisite number of bridesmaids at a
lj given considerable satisfaction to the A Comprehensive Wink.
fashionable wedding. Owing to the superstition
. "three times a bridesmaid, French people. She has assumed the The other day a small boy, quite a

I E? never a bride." the available girls dislike presidency of the Society of Help to the small boy, too, being barely 4 yea's old. 1899B1RG1INSIS99THE r
- than Wounded on Land and Sea at Bayouna I was having some pictures taken says
to serve more once or twice.
Usually the insignia of the Red Crotf. I. the Cleveland Plain Dealer and as the And We Will -
.' Then, again if a bride to be is fortunate
of is in but day was dark the plates had to be exposed -
If friends the badge office silver aa i:
enough to plenty .of girl I
.'. she is just aa likely to have too many, exception baa keen made in QueenNatalie's longer than usual
The which When the proofs arrived, there came
case. insignia
t any of whom would be hurt if left out
taken to the Soccbino palace was in with them a notice that another sitting .
l' of the charmed ceremonial circle. By .
would be required, because, as was only
bridesmaids she gold. It has the following inscription,
hiring would give professional offense\ to none.-New York "Gift Offered to Her Majesty Queen too evident the boy had moved Please You... Is Closing Out All Its Stock Of

Natalie by the Bayonne Committee." Time was precious, as the pictures
Press. I
were wanted to celebrate grandma's CLOTHING, DRY GOODS; ===:

Old Hi*. Tow.ae *. Tall College C..... birthday; and the. mother was a little

Long Island ia famous for the number American girls, according to Dean patent SHOES, HATS AND .CAPS
of its people of extreme old age. A Smith of Barnard college are growing "Oh. Willie," she wailed "wb1 did ,
few days ago Mrs Harriet B. Townsend taller with startling rapidity. Bryn ; you move? What made you do it?" AT AND BELOW COST,

hundred Mawr has kept statistics for 20 years, I The boy looked wisely from the plo-. ,
of Roslyn celebrated her one
Room For New Stock On
To Make Its
and second birthday; being surrounded and the figures indicate an increase in tunes to her and then shook his bead. Way From New York. 0-
"1 don't know he said. "I don't
the height of students two or three
by two children 16 grandchildren CALL QUICK AND GET A BARGAIN. .
and several great-grandchildren inches. The average height of the girl know why; did it-yea. mamma I do ,

; and great-great-grandchildren.! The old of '85 was 5 feet 3 inches, and of '88 know The man told me 1 could wink MRS. J.

lady has failed a good deal of late, but feet 4 inches. It is now 5 feet 6 inche 61 aa much as 1 wanted to, and so I must The Boston Store FRANK,
her mind ia still clear, and she was able The students at Vassar are reported'to have just winked all over. Don't yon Proprietor."Nb. .

to enjoy the celebration. I be taller than in any; previous year. see r' ,.--..


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liThe Alcotts had small ;
bought a --
&' piece of land and a farmhouse onoe Bow to a.e.re Good Remits and S.T. 7 7 BURKHARDF5 West Palm Beach, Jan. 52, 1899. :

LESSON.' HI, FIRST. QUARTER INTERNATIONAL good, ,bui fallen into decay, on the Wear and Tear. 8[A Pleased Is the Best Recommendation. One sure way to '.

; SERIES JAN. 15.T Great road to Boston a mile east of Remove the stains from table linen fliipct please is

Concord," writes Edward W Emersonin or other white goods before putting SERVE GOOD COFFKE.

'Teat of the .....0.., John LI. 1.11. The Ladies' Home Journal "They them in the wash water Bays New Skimpy beds, sour bread rancid batter all may be forgiven. '

i Memory Vere. 11 -Golden Teat. made some repairs and a small addition, York Voice. Tea and coffee stains can But "RANK COFFEE" NEVER !

, I John 11. Commeatrr Prepared greatly improving its appearance and usually be rinsed out in clear cold wa This store leads in Good Coffee. Our own "Burkhardt's.Triple

fcy the Hey D. .. btearas.I moved into it the following summer ter. Apple peach and other finit stains Blend" is famous, and never fails to please
The situation was extremely harder to deal with, but will yieldto .
pictnreequa ire
[Copyright. 1838, by D. M. Steen) 1 ;0" A Coffee for Particular People, 35: cents per pound. 3 Iba. $1. .
II was backed by a range of bilk the influence of a solution of chlorideof
L "And the third day there was a marriage j Special with us, Mocha and Java, Hotel Blend.
clothed 'in the rich green of pines reLieved lime which is made by dissolving a
In Cane of QalUee and the mother ;>
by a tracery of gray birch. A tablespoonful of lime in a little boiling Its frugrance, aromatic strength and flavor, will aprerably

of Jesus was there." The third day'S'I superb elm served as a great parasol in water, then straining through a' cloth surprise. We guarantee it equal to any. and more than likely! ,

work In Gen. I was the appearing of the summer, and besides were apple trees, into half a gallon of oold water. Keep to be better than any 33 cent coffee outside of this store in D' de I

dry land and It. being covered with grass, "I pink and white in May and red and it in a jug. tightly corked, until it is AdvertisersWho County, 25 cents per pound. Try it, and give ng the chance to

herbs and fruit treee. It was on the third yellow in September, which commended needed. Soak the stains! in this solution prove what we ay about it, i in true.
that Abraham received Isaac back
day II the place to the fruit loving father, who until they disappear then rinse in clear
from the deed In a figure Gen. nil, t L. W. BURKHARDT
( ;
called it Orchard House. In front, be- water. It is a good plan to mend any .
Heb. xl On the third Jonah.
10) day
tweaii: the house and the wooded hills rent in the clothing before washing, as Finest Groceries.
being delivered from the belly of the fish,
about Walden, stretched a broad mead the worn places always become larger

started for Nineveh as God's messenger ow. said to have been an ancient bed of during the laundering process.If Use the C -CXXXXXXClarence. ;
Then, with other third day stories,
many r
I Concord river A charming wood path you have not a cistern that nrniehes -
are suggestive of the resurrection of
1 very led up a little pass among the hills be plenty of clear soft water, you can "

I our Lord on the third day, and as, apartl hind the house, sweet with the hot "break" hard water and make i it just U. Miller Miller Longbolham r
from Hia resurrection faith,
breath of pine Mr Alcoa's hands, un as good by dissolving borax in it. The t
baptism and all ordinances are in vain we
cannot wonder that the Scriptures Blake aided but by taste and skill greatly I amount required cannot be determined S. B. MILLER & CO.

*o much of the truth of His resurrection.It beautified the place by a little terracingof except by trying it, as it varies with

Is also most interesting to note that; the the sunny slope here and there the different kinds of water. Borax need in Columns of -&tablilbrll 18.1-

Bible begins with a marriage in Eden and planting of woodbine on the porch, and any water makes the clothes easier to

ends with the marriage of the Lamb, and the building out of sticks cut on the wash and saves more than its cost by --WHOLESALE--Commission

the first miracle wrought by the Lamb of place of a rustic fence and gates and a lessening the amount of soap needed, Dealers.

God was at this marriage in Cana. tat around the spurs of the elm by the and nothing else leaves the muslin and
8. "And both Jesus was called and Hia "
disciples to the marriage." One of the oca. linen garments so beautifully white 7 Fulton Fish Market, NEW YORK
and clean. Borax is excellent for color-
first Institutions in the .
very Scriptures, A Literary '
ed clothes also, for, unlike washing I SPANISH MACKEREL SHEEPS-HEAD BLUE FISH
and the one that expresses most fully our is a literary crime the THE ,
with God and with Christ the powders it cleanses tha'fabrio without -
of which should be made
charge not too
one also that shall tuber In the glorious fading ,the most delicate colors or ,
freely, especially where a eminent
kingdom on the earth. He said of Isrnel very rotting the goods.
Stencils Famished. 11-lOif
is concerned Retentive
."I am married unto you" (Jer 111, 14)), person memories Soaking the white clothes all night
and of us who now believe in Him It Is seem to be responsible for much -
will loosen the dirt and make them easier
aid that we are married to the Lord that that in an outburst of indignant emotion -

we should bring forth fruit unto God we would lay to plagiarism This. to wash. Get everything ready to be- U. S. MAIL BOAT "ECLIPSE."

(Rom. vii 4). The words used by Adam however can hardly explain the following gin early in the morning, and a large TROPICAL ,

concerning Eve in Gen. il, 23, 24 are which can merely be called a remarkable washing can usually be finished before 4
used in reference to Christ and the church the work of preparing dinner will require t

In Eph. v, 80-83, and in Hub. xili 4, It Is heard that coincidence the genial autocrat We have Oliver never the attention. Make a panful of Making daily runs (except Sundays! ) between West Palm Beach and

aid that marriage is honorable In all Wendell Holmes, was ever accused of good starch, potting a teaspoonful of JUdO, stopping at all intermediate points.
"And when wanted the
I. they wine powdered borax dissolved in water into
mother of Jesus saith unto Him, 'They stealing from Whittier nor do we ever half a gallon of starch. This makes it PASSENGERS, FREIGHT AND xrREss.-Freigbt carried to snd from
have no wine.' There Is a want found remember that any one has said that the
smooth and glossy and keeps it from SUN the F. E. C and all the
at this marriage-they have not enough of Quaker poet borrowed from the pby Ry., landings on run/iee charge ,",'

wine. Whether more people had come sician Nor do the circumstances of the sticking to the irons. Starch all the gar. SCIIEDULE. Boat leaves West Palm Beach 8 arrives t k .
a. m. sharp
than they bad exported or whether someone present cane raise either issue manta that need it, except the white _

had been mistaken In the quantity We picked up the other day at a second shirts, collars and cuffs, as soon as they r. Juno, 10 ;20 a. m. Returning, arm'uV tit Palm ,.\.L.. .
needed told. from the rive Thia is
we are nut oome water. a
band bookstore. a copy of The At Beach, 1 :10 p. m.
4. "Jesus talth unto her: 'Woman, much easier way than to dry them first

what have to do with thoef Mir hour lantio Monthly of January 1870 In U and then starch them. Table linen requires Steamer ECLIPSE (is for charter afternoons to Fishing or Tourist ,
is Bother we found that the two eminent poets
is not yet come. There unkindness -
above mentioned while total- very little, if any, starch. Hang rarties. .
nor any lack of coiuteey in this writing on ;
colored clothes in the shade the
word to Hia mother. There could not be ly different themes gave two lines that as .
sunshine fades them. CLAIM VISITORS-Pleae note that the morning trip to Juno takes
for God Is love, and love is kind and He are strikingly alike Mr Whittier's u bright Everything paeeen '.

was God manifest in the flesh. He virtually "Never by lover my lips be kissed, should be taken from the line as soon gers through the finest fishing grounda of the Lake, nod to all\ who desire -
said at leant this-I will sea to It at as it is dry for a few hours' whipping
and Dr Holmes wrote, "Lips that lover it, gives an hour at Pitts Island-the Gem of the Lake-where dia-
time. The Lord Is God of
the right a judgment in the wind wears them out more than
has never kissed It is rather an ex
or discernment; bleated are all they wearing them a week. ner can be had, and the attractions of this beantiful spot enjoyed.I .
that wait for Him (Lea xu, 18). ; traordinary coincidence as we have said : It Is The -
How curiously and scientifically and ., also have for charter the "
ft. "His mother saith unto the servants, I How to Jelly Chlckea. to pleasure parties Sailing Yacht -

Whatsoever He saith unto you, do it.1 mystically the doctor must have explain
Boil until tender in enough water to thur B"For
"That aha placed the matter in His hands ed it all if his attention were ever called

and quietly left it there She directed the to it I-New York Time cover one chicken Remove when done terms of charter of Steamer or Sailing Yacht, and for any fur
boil down
Servants to Him for all further instruction and let water to one quarkCut

and withdrew from all furr.hor"l\JIIpoD81' HI. FlffhtlBK >ame. the meat into small pieces. To the ther information, apply to J. C Stovers, Postmaster at W. P. B.

bllity. She knows will be attended to, water add three-quarters box gelatin,
An officer here in town tells a
and the leaves it. Do we thus cant every army soaked one tablespoonful worcestershire WILL H. SANDERS, Owner.
story which throws a aide light,: on the BEST.
care upon Him every burden and anxiety, sauce and salt and pepper to taste.
and quietly leave It with Him We are re ways of recruiting officers In his command -
Slice one hard boiled egg, add to the -
minded of Pharaoh's word to the Egyptian during the Cuban campaign was
I chicken, over it the strained liq
,, Go unto Joseph; what he &tith toyou a private who came every day to auk pour Ocean
Mix well and into Steamship Company
uor. put square
do. for letters. Joepb Murphy was his
mold. in cool burden f
Set to
6. And there were lit t there six water name on the roll but the tang of his place 1t>- 7
of stone, alter II.,' u.m.u..r of tt.o '"
i pots pu tongue did not suggest even remotelythe "SAVANNAH LINE
How to Have healthy Skin. .
toying of the Jews, oouiaimag two 01
Emerald Isle Day after day and no I
three firkins upii
empty, judging from the u.-it verm- letter came Murphy a face grew Ion to the skin is that in many cases it excites AdvertisingMEDIUM! Florida i'

When the Lord would uoo\em u in whicLto ger and his query more pathetic every the skin to an excessive degree of :..--

show His po.ver, Ho toqunvi. empt time he appeared activity, producing moisture, which id To New York f And Boston. .
vessuls When llj would pay tho widow'sdebt "No letter. said the officer one ,
absorbed and retained by the woolen p
she was told by toe j.rophit to bur morning "No letter for There'
fabric which thus moistened, acts as a A Short Rail Hide to Savannah Thence \ > i
row empty vesadi, not a fj.\, &1.11 us long only one addressed to-let me see--to 7: :
sort of poultice and relaxes and debilitates -
as there was an empty \ibU till oil How
Paladini Castellazzia
ed to fill it (II Kings tv. 3) the skin. Linen absorbs the mois- A Short Sea Voyage.
like .
something that tor -
T. "J iull alth unto th.m, Fill the water ; none yon.Mnrpny'i ture at once and passes it on to the outer ;'
Sailing from Savannah;
face beamed with delight
poU with water, and they filled them up garments! from which it is evaporated.
to the brim." Now Ills hour is about "That one for uw, he said "My Woolen underclothing, in other words 5 Ships Each Week 5

some in which Ho will on this occasion name lib that 1 go'to the recruiting
causes abnormal activity of the skin,
glorify the Father and He tells the servants office 1 am wanting to go fight Officer t .
thus becoming moist and
what to do. It is til ways, His to com say, 'What your name' 1 say, "Giovan moist whereas linen remaining do All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with sailing schedules. Write for gen.
mand; it is ours simply to obey. From ni Palddmi Catittilldizia, and he say. garments t1 eral information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation, or call on i
thus the and if moistenedby
water everything has come, for In Gen. 1, excite skin
Oh, uelladam. that for
8, we see nothing but water. In the no name you perspiration quickly dry, thus avoid E. H. HINTON, Traffic Manager, WALTER HAWKINS, Fla. Pass. Agt.,

first seven chapters of this gospel there is Ton not fight with name You fight ing both undue excitement and undue Of Any Savannah, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. 3-10 ,

much to be learned from the use of this with gun All that name trip you up expobure.-hew York Voice.

element, In Eph. v, SO, it is an emblemof You be Joseph Murphy 1 be Jowph'Murphy

the word by which we are cluaxsod. now and that la my letter." How to Uiralop Potatoe.

8. "And He saith unto them Draw out Washington Post ,
Pare and slice thin. Butteran
and bear unto the of the Florida East
DOW governor Coast
earthen pudding dish. in Ry.;
put a layerof
fea t. And they bare it. The Son of The ttter Gar."

)San came to minister unto others (Math. The leader of potatoes and season with salt pepper,
XX 28)), and He permits us to be the bearers psalmody or precentor butter and a little finely minced onion, TIME TABLE NO. 15. IN EFFECT MAY 16, UM. \
in the church of I'irotland used to read
of His bounties. As He permitted the sprinkle with a little !flour and add another
from his desk in front of the pulpit the WEEKLY PAPER touTs BOUND ItMd Down). NORTH BOUND
twelve to bear the bread' and fish which layer of potato; continue until ( I

Be multiplied to the hungry thousands and successive! lines for congregational sing the dish is full and pour a cupful of e r

these servants to bear His wine to the mg He was the "letter gae"-1 e., he milk over all Bake three-quarters of a D r STATION ally li.Uy

floternorof the feast, so He permits us that let go or started the praise-and an hour. 1 v.. ......................... ar .vine .. 111Ta
to bear the living bread' and w&tOrand His his desk was called the "letteron"
love, which U better than wine to all who trinum) Pitching his voice to the first How to Clean Sllter. 4 lbp'loba' Ar............................a$. Autu.ttaa.......................... 11110a ,

will receive It of the feast had note of each line he proceeded to chant To keep silver in perfect condition it a i .il6 r... ............................Hutl alts,......... .. ... ... .... v v 4 T/tea>6i
the ruler In
0. "When The
the words in a slow drawling monotone should be well washed aud rubbed after 1048. J'alatka ...Ar a 110
tasted the water that was made wine and prolonging the last syllable for a .,. ..' y ...:. ...Sa h.o..r. .... ........ v 7
knew not whence It was (but the servants every time of using. Perfectly clean hot v b.a Mds..... Ar t at 12 4 tp
which drew the water knew), the governorof little and then breaking at the bead of water must be provided and plenty of v.. a ..... vOrmond.

the feast called the bridegroom. The the congregation! into the music set to soap used. A email mop will be found lip 1 i 1! '' .............. ... ..... 11.ytona................'............ t 1 f sea
water was made wine. He did It, and the words thus delivered The effect of better than a cloth to wash it with. aJ (OZp X rt Ora fa' .. fl ea.

whether be by the process of the vine this would no doubt be frfIUolitlYlUore the be almost .......... ........... .... ......... '
water must too hot tu "... tsi ................... .... .O.kNhl. .. .......r.......... ..' lk
and the grape! or directly, as In this case, curious and entertaining than edifyingand bear the hands in. should be dried at ...... to ....................... .. ftu.ville.. ................... ....' 154 .."..;
it la all equally easy to Him. He is the solemn and strange developments with towel and a..... Itsp ...........................atyPolnt..r................ 1, .....
Tine Ha is the true wine that maketh once a perfectly dry TATE Of FLORIDA.Advertising .... i ........................ I y
; of cold mutt oocabionally have occurred The all the appliances fur silver cleaning ,..... ttlp ............................BortlMte............................ 1919 ; r
glad the heart of man. Not a cup portion tested not only the musical should be drawer .... 4lap ......................... Batt ............................. 4.'x.. .. C
water shall lose 1U reward; therefore those kept in a box or by .. 4 fip ............................Melboarne................. ....... ... 1186a .
who give much water now shall have qualifications, but also the literary attainments themselves aud the wash leathers never .... I iSp .............................Mb.ttian".. ........................ .10 Sea ....

much wine or joy in the kingdom. We are of the leader and there are allowed to become dirty, but washed ...... a ............................ tort Pi.ra ....
vetwels and if fill them in the metrical version of the ... ....... ............... .. .. .. ....
the earthen we up passages! often and properly dried. Plate brushes ..... 94 .. -Elea. ... .... .. .. .... ila ......
the brim with the water of His word Psalms used In Scotland which must . . ..... SM ............... ..........."Jen.eu.......................... .. .. /tMi. ...
of the '
to as : must be very bebt'quality and be .. .. 1 otp ......."................. Stuart......... .................... t5a
lit will change it; to wine in WI, and we have put rural precentors on their met used with care or they may scratch the ...... Sap ...........................llob. Sound .,.. ...................... 9 Zl. ....
hall be full of Joy. The more sorrow for tle.-Notes and ..... .. sot. ....
fife sake now the more joy we shall have Queries. silver. _. s 8p ..-.............. .....West Palm N..cb. .. ................... ? ...
...... ....
hereafter. Globe (alters. How to Make Cheese Ball. ...... S 44i' ........... .............Fort L.ud.rdale ........ ........ e t 8)--- I
10. "And saith unto him Every man The cntteis of the great glove houses Blend one cake of Neufcnatel cheese! ...... 10 s.0 rip pdr..r.r.". ......... ......L.mon. .Miami Ctty .............. .......... t ""
doth sot forth good wine
at the beginning at Brussels and in France earn even I with two tablespoonfuls of whipped i 1j
and when men have well drunk then that 613TWKKM MEW DMYRNA AND ORANGE CITY JL'NCTIOA,
but thou hast kept the higher wages! than the cotters of the cream the same measure of chopped l 1 i, :t
which is worse, o, TA 1bV No. 241
good wine until now." Then it was good most fashionable! tailors in London and almonds and a tablespoonful of minced I /11f v......... ... .......... ew bmrrea. ..... j'

wine, the best of wine which our Lord I New York parsley or crecs. Dip butter paddles into OIpj11 ....................... tAte H.I.a ...... ............ ...... ,, i Mtpl 409p 1;
Jesus mad This testimony is from the So difficult IB this art of cutting ice water and mold the cheese into balls Rate Sheet Ue 19 e.; ... ..... .... .. Ora p lllty .. 9 9Oq t M "
1S 19 I AR.r....,,. ...One.CttyJnaca.ro. .. ..... Ip,1 I4Li
ruler of the feast out knowing gloves that wart of the principal cuttersare the size of an ordinary hickory nut. I.i
traps twe.q .w myraa snit orate sty Gaol us. Daily .:cept cy. i
the bentof as
the wine came. Be only known It) the trade by name and by Serve with the pie.How .
everything: that which man makes is and the knives which !s Fh
fame peculiar KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
baa said, He
Inferior. If as one :
always to Make
they use m the business are so highly Darter Broth.
keeps His best things for the few ta..is not handed down An excellent and nutritious dish for TIlt tteamahI a Qty .t K., Wed of the Fln"t1a !aft Ooa.t S.blp 0"np..rI..eN '
not willing to give His best prized that they are from IIl&ml tor Key vr... 011 Wo.da1l Wt1..uy and< r"U1l attM 'rnUI or trala tr.w jaea-
because but rather beuauM only the few generation to generation as heirlooma. an invalid is bailey broth made as follows -! Will be Sent on Ap- W.vUle.aloag coDlttc\1oa.M IL"y W.., .ltll.I_.... for BUMa. b..ve Gy: Yet" I:. )
to many &imel oa TueadaJI TIIand" Gad aasurrdavl. .
-New York TelegramIt : Boil for three hours one pound of "a..tu4anS wnria K1&.a .......a,
are willing to receive them. b.U__toe wtU mart* band train. i
11 "This beginning of miracles did the neck of mutton with two ounces of i 1
of Galilee and manifested Ha Too Much. pearl barley. Cover with three pints of The**Time Tables thaw the 1I1II1It" whtofe traluttA beets ...y be.: Mted tavrlre sad
in Calla
lepart from the tertnl arrtrml or departure A
forth His glory. And His dbaclples'belleved "Your honor said Boston Pete, almost water and let it reduce to a pint Removethe Ht.4 U BO* furuteed. air doe IkeedComppany aloud ilealf reepoMiMe per*ar aye .ttrM**f ,:
His first mlrade luM<)iMaiie* *rl Uf tkr.fr ivfur
on Him. This was tearfully, "it's the newspaper pub- meat and the and barley
press soup plication.
tales of "PIe1 local b.cud cU at tH Wail Hay Htoeei.Jaokaoarll. or aitlreei
therefore all the apocryphal licity that 1 hate abont this thing They through a l sieve. Salt it slightly ;
cannot bo very I. r. asc nTJL,'I'rd.t lffer. J. U KAlNU. A. P. A.
the miracles of file childhood How will 'aver' that I 'opine I will be 'ap and serve hot. It should be as thick aa Bi. A./1.. '

irQ& He manifested' His wine glory by poln&inlODward. prehended, then 'incarcerated, perhapseven cream. Only a few teaepooofuU need ;
into -- --
water -
B 1 changing MiD the traneflguwtion, W in 'durance vile, But your honor be taken at one time as it is very nourishing I

and glory when for a man who has never demeaned ,
time of His kingdom '
the fie said at the last passover (Luke 82)). himself by work this expression 'caught Indian River Nurseries
a. How to Make Glae Floor Palat.
He would not drink again of the fruit of n the toils is too much. And the

until He would drink It anew In wretch hid his face. -Kansas City Star Dissolve two ounces of glue in two
Joe kingdom. His glory must be aseodat- quarts of boiling water: then add three I Budded Citrns Trees of every varie'y on Sour Orange: and Lemon Stock; also full -z 'i

His kingdom. His disciples, who About 4.000.00U false teeth are manu pounds of ocher yellow paint to be kept II I II line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to this section, in- 1

SuM have bUteved on Him before (ortbeTwould factured annually in the United States, warm while usiD When dry, apply II I cludinn Biidiled Mangoes. 50 Varieties of Cretans, 25 Varieties of
). I Palms, Roses, Strawberry Plants Pineapple Slips Etc.
His disciples ,
not have been while one ton of gold and three tens of cue coat of U lied linseed oil. In warm Il'

we growing So in did confidence 1\ over In be and(U devoUun est. W.w. silver and platinum, to the value of weather it will set in a short time 40 I a a JOHN B. BEACH, Proprietor, .;. WEST PALM BEACH, FLA

to 111m. 1100.000. are used,iujUliug! ( teeth.. the .flour. can bu uwad u fay LOCrL

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JANUARY 121899.,

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'. A.-My, bntyonrface bunged i upl tl ..nl1.l:. RAILROAD WATCHES )!

k FUN AND FACTS.. B.-Yes, my wife threw some roses mLIN CLOCKS and JEWELRY I i East Coast Residents :

: 1Stt v
f witiiI at me yesterday. EVERYTHING UP TO DATE ex Who visit Jacksonville are invited to visit 4

t -. ,.. Witty Sayings Interspersed A.-Rose didn't do that.B.No Dust-Proot Case-
-a: Movement in Screw Bezel
Bargains. but the vase they were in Fine Nickle of 500. ;
t. ; I Business psi did.-New York World. sent to any address on receipt j; Florlda'sJewelryStore

I heard a very pretty compliment Baltimore teacher desires position as ti
Alice- Attended to.
t Companion, Chaperon. Amanuensis Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing ( 25
'. for you today. Stenographer (own machine)'
wash? Expert Beach. CJutge.paid one way. g,. J. RILES,
George-What Miss E. X. Quinn. Palm JHJThltIllhIL_ JACKSONVILLE.
; Mr Thnreton the jeweler 225 W. Bay Everett Block
Alice- Kindheart.'syoungest
said Mrs. I '
: If,' 9
udT. ,
eiM were one of the best ] bread with :>
you "I do hate
; & Co.t
ii' in this city. iQreenleaf Crosby
of diamonds I
: gen nice Holitaire holes in it." HINCKLEY PLANTATION. WHERE WE \VORSHIP
I a
: George-May "Do dear?" responded the L
.-i you 5'
for the third finger of your left hand? needn't Georgia -p ; .Birtbda and Wedding re8ente...
:; ,, amiable lady. "Well you Something About A Place That A Work of the Local .. !
; Oh George, what made you A Resume of the
; Alice- them.
; r..i, :. if eat the holes, then. Leave Man Has In Dade. e e e e e e e e e e i 3
.- think of such a thing?. Well yon Pastors. () e e
: -Pick Me Up.
,,'t. want b .Buffalo Commercial.Finest the proprietor of
, ---- atSIRJ'ZIN'S Geo. B. Hinckley ..
.i<\ ,?-::-' lot ot Irish and Sweet Potatoes Blue Serge BAZAAR.Skeletons. and Crashes the railroad restauran'satthe S. F & W. Tb. Mews o' All the Religious Institutions- RHAPSODICAL RHYMES. DELKAY DOlKGS. .

z.. :..' at the Clematis Avenue Supply Store. Ry, depots in Savannah and Waycross. A foretelling ot Future Church (BY c. s. COPK) p
who Rickards in town Wednesday
ladv was
; Raid the Events.Bpl..opal James
"Do think last Friday
sitting in the dark j you Ga. came up from Dania It wan a bright September morn,
.: "Why were you" father. is writing n book. "that woman spending the day in town calling on The harvwt moon bad filled her born, for supplies.

r : when I came in? inquired her ought to vote?'' friends including the SUN, of which he I S t>via.a.EPISCOPAL Anon Lake Worth's unruffled lace J. B. Taylor Jr. 'was at Palm Beach .

; electric lights went out, ret DItI'HBrtbe.da-by-thc-SeIL Carnbean brerie pass.Behind business.
"The the dow. old and valued subscriber. He left On The Bolt Tuesday on 4'M
"'Votel echoed empress is an N. MULFORD Rector.
he REV. J. thtt !Bet-cv cli'uds tbe sun
:. plied Mabel. "George said ogei of China. "I don't see why she Saturday moining for his home in Sav R"..I.. )l1T7-JAMES IIrNDIlY58't Mini o'clock..ter. Atveitds his daily course to run K. Lynun has just completed another
it wad something the matter Service every Sunday; morning at II tades and purple dye dory for the Lantana Fishery.
thought bother about a trifle annah. Through golden I
i? :7 hould want to Sunday School at 3 p. m.
) : at Danla is one of the of ST. ANDREW.-Utttt on bin bright chariot up the sky; his
with the atmature. Star.E. His plantation BiornhRrtouu of curb Drives John Thornton is expecting fath r
c like Washington Fourth WolneMday ascend,
that. /; Second and like amber dust
little nut otpJace. in the County State and is Inc HINDllv.Dlrector. Whilst clouds with him
Well it did seem a very finest mnnth. I, V attend. and mother spend the winter .
s. has arrived and will be that will W. K. AuMSrtcmo. JR. Secretary. And on his rolling; wheels
kind tree
thoughtfully. F. .stocked with .
said the father Machine Shop, From oil our coast the IIteamllhip's gong Fenno & Taylor caught two large

; '. ". "' "What seemed out of.place,.papa? found and will at do Weybrecht's all kinds of repairingGuns.Pistols grow in this Country especial attention. M. E. Chuveb South. Salutea as they pat* alonjr. pompano Tuesday night one weighing

.: at waist." Bicycles, Locks and any kind I being given however to those of the citrus Semen will be held In their new church And loud heir brasm trumpt-u poor Z3} pounds.
F. "The arm your he has al. Third Sundays oi to the breaker roar.
sale. and Responsive
: work. Chair wheels for variety. Besides his trees building on the First t&
: old man went of iron Everyone tbe throng; Miss Florence! Blackmer has gone
and m. bark o'erlooks
7:30 p.
E And the pleased II-3-tf. kind of vegetable each month at rr a. m. The stately
; & at the club most every imaginable cordUll invited to attend. "I wai house glad The minor water crait among Boca Ratone to spend a few days with
Into the
down to tell his new pun and the one when tlwy mid unto me iot"A go
New York state but his crop launch and tbe naptha too.
3 : .' .. Dealer. Since u woman in growing the Loid." HIV.J. K. W iLlim Pastor.CorigsgatIors1 The steam the Rickards family. ,
{,. /' -Cleveland Plain who was discovered he says is going to be a money makerfor Propelled by swift, revolving screw .-
burglar Peacb
has shot a lames Chambers is at Palm
f!:: .i'j. with suiable goods for eilver- him this year is his tomato crop he Chuvah. Amid thy placid waters glide.
j.;>' : Winter is here in the act of stealing her in Regardless of the wind or tide. wireing the hotel Seminole and putt g
SIRKIN'S BAZAAR. seventeen and a half acres Rev. S. D. PAINE, Pitntor.
at having
t. ,. the season ware, what is the matter with also and plant looking Services at 11 a. in. and 7.00 p. m. Sundaymhmii The gentle galley; spreads ber sail.\ in fixtures for eclectric lights. ,
to b. this vegetable every Bible ( lutw at 10 a. m. And neat gondola courts the gale
P ""Timmina, you don't seem in mind the woman behind and I'antor'n A. W. Buie of the P. F.. C. Ry. F
" hearing fine. Close application to business owing CbrtMian Endeavor lit 6:30 p. m. PrayciMeeting On every Hide from shore to shore. Capt. ,

-:: 0"& making as much love to the land the gun- Baltimore News. to the presence of troops In Savannah I Wednend at 7 p u. The swelling Hheet and bending oar. and I. M. Fleming of the Armour Packing -

? did." him From early morn till cloning day I Co., were in town Saturday morning
call made on
lady aa you home for extraordinary .
: :. No need sending away from and.the, St. Ann's Catholic ChUMh.Beginning Pertnie unmarked their track way
:p- "Had to ease up a little. She any boats when Capt. A. T. Rose can for refreshments during the past summer with Sunday.. January 8th. there Amid thy bright and sunny isles, Miss Irene Rickard's returned to Del-

: thought she had me so sure that she build you one as fine or as cheap order.as you [had nearly broken Mr. Hinckley down Will >>.o'clock. Hair Mam.. m. and Sunday Sermon School every at Sundayt 8 p. m.. Where never fading verdure smiles. ray, Monday morning from Boca Ratone

could put off the scraps and meat want. See him. and place your in health and the main object of his tnp and to Vet-per wrvice at 7JM p. m. And thy green mangroves never know where she spent Saturday and Sunday,
: Mat will be at 7 a. m. front or driving;snow;
week The
ad- and On day
Yea mum, I do to recuperate with her .
: ends on me aa if I were already mar- Parishoner- to this section was But all the changeful; seasons bring pareats.Mr.

to her."-Indianopolia Journal. mire the vicar's sermons-that I do! this he succeeded in doing and claims Hv.nlng St.* bodg., NO. 40, Tn.tropic fruits and flowers of spring, P. Pederson one of our worthy

.. Vicar's Wife-I'm so glad! And now to be in better health than for quite Knights of Pythias, 'Mid citrus grows embrogial bowers citizens and truck growers is now shipi
4 ., Educated Parrot and a Medical Elecirlc of before besides havingthe at 8w o'clock standard Broad winding walks outlined with
understand them? a number years Meets every Friday Night some of tbe finest strawberries ever
Miss Qninn, West really Invited. [flower!, ping
Battery for sale. you time. Visit-.nx brcthemordlally
.*qat :Palm Beach. Parishoner-Me, mum? Oh, no! I pleasure of not only getting his plantation eagle< Hall over Public School Building.W. Cp the green terraced lawn appears grown in this ScCtion.-"They are beauties .
in good shape but also well along r\ ARMSTRONG JIl.,C. C. ,II
wouldn't to understand GUY I. METCALF,K.ot R, &: S. 4-97 Tbe villas of the millionaires
; .Dennia Halligan, you are: charged presume towards a paying basis. Mr. Hinckley Around the crystal fountains play Members of: the J. G. Fenno LumberCo.

with beating your wife. What have themi-Punch.! says he would like to come down and i p p p And sparkle the eye of day. ., returned home from Hillsboro Inlet

.V you to say for yourself?" make his home on his plantation and he PELICAN ISLAND YACHT CLUB. And Right broad here the banana raisin have grape their can home.bloom, Friday morning. They were very

"Av yer honor plaze, 0 don.t.t'ink NUBBINS. may do so after a while but just now he Scattered around in careless b eta successful in their adventure having se.

i "...,.. HUSKS AND is fortunate if he can spare a few weeks To suit the moot fastidious taste; curured nearly 4,000 ft. of lumber.
all at all.
tz: Oi bate her at p even during the dullest season of the Another Scrub Race Last Thursday And Croionn eaprlciou.1 in attire.
Don't think you beat her. after Shoots forth their leave of latent fire.In Mr. John Griffiths who
No Ef Oi'd be'n riSeree in the Bully for Dewey again! He has refused year to take a trip down to look Some Of Its Incidents. every varigated grade, several months ago, has been np to Ti.tnsville .
eor, draw." $5,000 for a magazine article. things and get a fresh supply of From orange to deep scarlet shade. sold out his possessions ,at that
meeilf Oi'd called a Island Yacht Club Is making
ecbrap .. The Pelican The Royal Poinciana too,
he knows how to fire one off. place and returned home Sunday morning -
. And ;
. Boston Courier. yet the best of the Holllday season, sail- Its crowns of rich corolas show
t . bringing with him a car loaded with j
-Ex. called by some of the Emblem of sacred peace and love,
Baked ing extra races,
. Bread Pies and Cake-Fresh or : I hear tbe sweet Zenada dove; cattle hogs bees etc.
. .f,. to otder-At Clematis Avenue Supply Little Elmer-Pa, what dot "re HEYSJ members Scrub Races: these races are As wafted on the passing breeu

r It _Store._ _ quiescat in pace" mean? .. 1 S just for the sport and count nothing for Among the palms and banyan trees;
!; "' Archie is i the most sensitive Professor Broadhead- "Please wife always cooks best the winners against the Club Champion. And Joyous listen to her moan. . . . .
"I think That a young
my ship. One of those races was sailed last In sweet accordance to my own. .,
, J boy I ever saw1" said Mrs. Up- stay dead" is near enough.-London after her cook book is lost. Thursday afternoon; the wind was fresh Toe birds of mulii-Vocal throats,
sweetly pour. their charming notes: Here is Health to .
and keep :
. Tit Bits. That youcan't pity the poor Larder before .
: ..\' 'k.hn. from the S. E. blowing And as they chant their liveliest lays,

r t t "Yea?" A bride always starts in by giving your door .shut. the races finished., This is the first time Proclaim their great Creator's praise. I ., Your Pocket Book I IAtttattiTe

"When first he learned that the her husband half the clothes closet That you should never raise the the wind freshened after the start of a Around me as they gahy dug, I I

around on its axis at the salary out of reach. P. I. V. C. race the Siren was ballasted To make the lofty welcome ring
earth turns but within three weeks all his clothes preachers ; On every side both far and near, -IN-

rate of more than. 1,000 miles an will be hanging on four nails.-Atchison -1 i That there are more people than for a moderate wind, but found more The Mallet tanager I hear

.. it made him violently seasick." houses tor rent in this town now. wind than she needed and was obligedto Sounding aloud his early lay
Globe. withdraw before the finish. Like Persian to the god of day. NOVELTIES{
Tribune. That hereafter powder like children ,
-Chicago quaint familiar tones, I
The jaybirds
J i ;: Bark well told me. a short time should be beard but not seen. Time was as follows: Tell happy times of long by-gmtes;

::. A splendid violin fifteen years in use before he married, that 'he. had the bashfnlness is only scared ignorance FIRST CLASS CATBOATS. And vbtepen In my pensive ear .Sterling Silver Glove Stretchers $2.2
in first-class condition, can be bought That Mart. Finish. Time. childhood'home is tar from here.
his mind. Thy 'I Embroidery Scissors -
: ideal woman m .'
r.. guaranteed. Drucle..2-46-00 8-53-20 1-07-20 his
Instrument for broad Atlantic roUt waves
for $25.00. 't'\
ft : "Violin" care TROPICAI Sun. : I think he would say the same That cheek often wins- where merit C' pt. E.C. dow.Idler..244l00. TwUt me and tay forefa.her's gravet. 1.25-2

IV Address thing now Cincinnati Enquirer. : < 3-53-08 1-07-08 That ancient hutj sprint band. I. 11 Pocket Knives. 50-90!

'Before we were married I used to fails. CaptA. Jndnnn. In bright array helors ae stand. 5' 11

: around sweet- Hewitt-Women are queer. That the way of the transgressor is to Siren......... 2-45-55 withdrawn. Tar wore deserving of resowa. Tooth Brushes,
see a golden: halo my . !
'- elt-Tbat's so My wife does- plead not guilty. Capt. Bid. Maddock. Than beads of heraldry or crown. S S 1.25-1.50
_: heart's head. THIRD CLA IO. May no be act or deed of shame Nail Brushes
she staff of life but a 1.252.50'a
r- "Don't you see it now?" n't have any more birthdays, That bread is the Charger. ____.3-04-18 4-00-20 05002Capt. Tarnish their truly noble fame.

., like other eippcturne to give birthday presents saddle of venison will also help us along.; O P. Blngl.am. Whatever foibles entt were mine. : "Hatr Curlers 50-1.2;
"No. It looks jost any
Free juat the same.-New York World. That some women's voices are not on Freak..._....8-04-13 3-56-57 0-52-3 I own my parent's regimen.Tho : .. ., Shoe Horns 50-150]
red hair.-Detroit few the days bad their care,
gLrl'8rIzzly of their capt.C. W. Blnghain.;
with the rest
Preoa. Yeast-You didn't get a great deal of .'speaking terms Two by r'our.,3-04-48 3 -57-25 0-52-44 I I know I did their blessing share II Shoe Buttoners

A the seashore.CritnsonbeakWell. senses-if they have any. Ca ,t. J. W. Comslock. And pleasure through bug life has flowed . 50-1.54
color at
Holidays SIRKIN'S are past. but BAZAAR.prices are as'low I had some bnt That our devil has a long whistle-at This is the first time the Freak has entered And From still homage It sweetly I to them thrills bestowed.my soul .. Nail Files 50-1.5*

1. U ever at when I saw the hotel bill it made me I urn least there seems to be no end to it. a race of the club; she now flies To ftell bowed to their control. ,4 Mustache Combs .s
.'la there any hope for me? her .-Yonkers Statesman. That some men have nothing they can the Club flag and will probably be entered Cheering my fast receding day. II Combs 1.00-1.51

asked. I call their own but tteir lives. at all the coming racer of the P.I When like to them my bed Is gray.
: plaintively! Miss Sarcastic-That was a bright How swiftly did the moments fly, Hair Pins .25-irs
.Yea," she said, "a little. Papa ia made a few minutes ago, That truth lies at the bottom of many V. C, and bids fair to keep in front of In glossy pinions sweeping by.
speech .
you Child's Sets 2.
coming down the stairs and there i in How did you manage to raise it? an inkstand; the line. With little here that could alloy

: : Just a possibility that you can getaway Mr. Accident-Grew it from a slip of That some men never dip their pens The next regular race of the club will Our Long pure aa they reciprocated lived my Joy.heart and soul |Roger Bro.s Child's Sets . 1.75:

before he headuyoa off."-Cleveland the tongue.-Detroit Free Press. very deep. be sailed on Friday afternoon at 230, Acknowledged their supreme control. :Sterling Silver Desk Sets . .75

: is short is no from the Maddock & Matthams wharf And seldom was my will oppressed. .. Bonnet Brushes
; Plain Dealer. She-Ada has married one man out ofa That because a person 1.5jjGold
Unkindly to their know n benem.
i : ; ::::. Visiting Manicuri&t, Shampoo tg, Electric thousand. sign they were raised on condensedmilk. 4Ss It cheers a life of anxious toll, 'and Silver Pins . .r-2.

I ; Treatments Professional. Miss He-Well, how many did you expect Library Assistant: (to visitor, who KemrmbprlnK their approving smile. $$10,14 & 18 kt. Fountain Pens 1.25-4

;;- QUInn, West Palm Beach._ her to marry? Two or three?-Philadelphia That children and fools have a monop-. ia wandering about in a puzzled What tranquil joy what ponce of mind I
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halcyon day
.,.;. '.t An Arkansas poet writeti The Constitution North American.Tall oly on truth. mnnPr-tlin) I h..lp you? Are you Among A thought!***) act may lade and die

!(:., : t. : and sinewy.patterned like a Greek That those ho sow wild oats dont looking for anything/; special Behind the mists of memory;

7": [ "I fiend you three poems. Mv god, he had a grip of steel."I want! to harvest'the crop. Visitor (absently)-No. thank you. Hut marked unkiodmw from child,
:. to Toward those 111 ho all their\ lives have toiled : We have an Excellent Line of it
and said to himself, That it is better to have less point wife. Library -
father before me wrote poetry rather think"be I was only looking for my And watched o'er them w lOt anxious care,

: ::.. had two legs cut off." "that the baggage smashers won't do your shoes and more to your conver Journal. And often bowed in earnest prayer, IjEWEIitjV 1 STflTIOflEllYJ

0' f above is an awful warning. much against that an vway."Cincinnati sation. Must yield l keen suffering for neglect ,
The claims to have invented First Physician cured both of For proud and haughty dltnvupect, .
brethren : That Pat Lennon .
but we doubt if the rhyming Enquirer. left with me when Must one day give the poignant stings; -AND-
seed bed. the patients you
t:: Coustitut- has bee owing a folding That unrequited kindness brings. .
Atlanta that
b will heed it,- "Who is the lady .
f': : I for such a long fime?" asked the That where ignorance is bite, it is no you went on your vacation.Seeoi4PhysieianTbat's. And rain of many a stormy dill X.MAS BOOKS AND CARDS.
t. ion. yon << the time Will fail to want that guilt away. .
friend the milliner. use having schools.
of her .
little think bow
They many years
; Fresh Dried at Citron the California Clematis Avenue Raisins "The wife of old Credly. the 'cash' That constancy is a jewel but you can't I'll leave my practice in your hands. Through! days 01 toll and nights of fears I I Toys, Toys, to make -

_ and Prunes ," answered the mitlner. put it as collateral. -New York World. They wa'cheollbpw as they passed them by .
0 up
Supply Store. grocer with most Intense anxiety. I| the Boys and Girls Glad J
(: Life. is always
Snooks-I paid that bill before. Baooklyn That's fashionable woman "They do say that Lawyer Brog- How oft their knees have pressed the sod, I

:1. l'... mistake.Inchtape "Shs married him to spite a girl In love with herself. glee is nothing but a corporationtool. And b"wed before their lather God, at Prices never before heard of.
", Ii-",.' ; There's some and should be That He their liven to them would spare
That flattery
friend. .
Can't be a mistake. My and them with His
guide guard care.
F;: kept double enL "But she afterward divorced him." smelled of but never swallowed. "If he is any kind of tool he must Parental ties are'ell bands COME ONE! COMEALLI1ANTHONY

L : <: books are carefully "Yes; that was to enable him to marry That a fish cant swim out of water- be a well auger. I never a bigger To touch withile polluted bands .
system.. und more What wealth has Ophelr'a gold to show,
try girl friend enjoy
; the same apply the moral. Ciuncinnati Enquirer.
nooket-That accounts for it. I II American. bore. Or famed Uolconda to bestow
c' North
|spite."-Philadelphia minute
:. die
That seventy people every Compared to what a child can lip are, BROS!
of billstwice like
,.:: thought I'd paid most my "And camp life was not a bit
"That's queer." and your minute is coming. For long parental love and care? .
Judy. borne was, it hubby dear? filial ,those tender ties .
Pure love
I. -
;: ; _ _ _ "What is?" That women are in the majority in
OZO'riP" "M-m well, the cooking was about Can make sweet home a paradise Merchants
road cart out west
FOR SALE CHEAP.A new ,, "There was a train robbery Massachusetts and heaven: Arabia's spicy fields may try ,
and just the detectives don't claim the same, but we didn't see any actual -
and the
never used. Light roomy last night That men are in the majority in hell In vain frankincense to supply, -
:.:'t./;. ..- thing for the roads in this section. Inquire that they are working on a clew."-Chi- and Texas; warfare you knoir."-Indian That pure aroma to the soul
.. That bows the heart to its control. ;
office. Journal. I TOT Ml Hid
at THE SUN cago: News. That some people prefer Texas to apolis
t : .,'; And short of heaven alone can give
"'.' :-;- Mrs. Myle -I told Mrs. Styles I "See here, what burst this door off the Massachusetts-and Florida to either. Lawyer (who has lout case)-Iam The Joy there Is in life to live .

f.:_:'.:::<:i. t*.,;' had heaped coals of fire on her head,, hinges?" That love and religion are either of afraid we are done for. There U Shedding a ray of glory here -AND-
: : sneezed In Commensurate to earth's toils and care
; and she looked worried. "Man who rents the flat them stronger than friendship. no higher court than this. How ever far our feet may roam,

Mrs. Fyles-What made her look his parlor concusslon.-Cleveland, sir, and there wasn't room Plain for That the purpose of life insurance is Cli'nt-I should imagine not, judging Love mill can make that spot a home. : IAH FLORID

worried, do you suppose? the to make dead men rich. from the price of thin one.-Town

She didn't know whether they were Dealer. intend malty That the best cook books are written Topics. Millinery Goods.

on straight or not.-YOllkers States Mica"You\Vhooder say you?"don't by old bachelors. The Heiress-The man I marry must Ladies' Fine Embroideries Handkerchiefs L.: . .

-- man. "No two men have come betwadn us." That they named a new ocean steamer be very handsome, afraid of nothiug and and Hosiery. Ribbons and Laces. -

In : Chicago to make tt fast. clever. Money's no object to me. Mr. Silk Waist Patterns and Dress Trim
at home "
: Boat building done manner right good workmanship "Two? and the man she That one Dixie young man is trying to, Brook e.-Doesn't it seem like fate that mings. Come and See.

the most and approved at living prices. Call on married.'Yes; the"-Chicago preacher Record. work the Hobson racket. we should have met-Harper's Bazar. a-x-im fir. F. L. nOFFA1T.L Subscribe for THE SU -

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