The Tropical sun
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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: March 16, 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
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System ID: UF00075915:00555
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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PURELY PERSONAL. Lecture of Miss Crosby.At LIVELY LOCAL LINKS.; THE COUNTY TIDINGS been received from him we presume he HERE

... AND '
-- the West Side CongregationalChurch ---...-- n. found everything sa !'factory. THERE..

People as They Come and Go-People last Sunday night, Miss E. The. What the Sun's Men Heard in The A Budget of Interesting Items From This morning chuck-will's-widows .Ir

You May or May Not Know. odora Crosby, of New York City a returned Lively Local Whirligig. I, were' heard for the first time this season. Scraps of New About This tod That rand
Regular Correspondents.
missionary from the MicronesianIslands.
..' 0. P. Bingham's yacht "Idler" was Different Taints.
delivered ...
a very interesting lecture
.A Keliaffe of Personal Items-Visitors la .' hauled out on the ways at the point last ."
on the Caroline, Gilbert and Marshall A Mirror, of Minor Happenings Accidents Very Carefully Compiled and Confined
,the City and Citizens Visiting to that week cleaned and painted ready for the Newsy Notes and Items of lattmtU
Coming Events and
groups. a Which U of Host Interest
Oat of the City to tbe race and put in the water again-all Everybody In General
Cur/ent aa
She is Galaxy labedyla
a very floe-it speaker and held of Gossip. Citizens of Dade County80VNTOX within
+e.---? twenty-four hourS.iF. Particular.This .
the close .,
attention of a large. congregation F -
-sS* A. Rowley, having been relieved ...
TheVanderbilt party left by special for nearly one hour. Tomorrow is St. Patrick's Day. Are

train thi morning for the north. She described the character and for.matiQp you going to celebrate? ...BREEZES., from duty with the Bingham fleet, came section is overcrowded with tour-

of the Islands the coral reefs home Sunday and has put his launch lISts and they are still a
J. N. Parker, of Dixie; was in town Postmaster Cox took a flying trip to coming.
Tuesday with several crates of vegetablesto climate, the people, the government etc. If you want good bass and trout fishing Miami, Tuesday. None-Such in running order and ,goneto i I A steamboat excursion dowa to j
interview eo
his farm and HypoInxo -
Her description of the native youth a? i stop off at Hotel Indian River farmer at
ship. ___.____ the missionaries I Rockledge. .- J. E. Ingrabam is expected here on a Boynton.The was ole of the amMcmeats for the "
them 1i
the tourists
short visit this week. today ''''. ,
)Ira. U. D. Hendrickson of Lake process of evolution through which they Hoagland lot of five acres on the "f'

{ Worth, was calling on friends in town pissed on their way, to civilization was In spite of all the talk about the freeze Our new depot will,be completed this West Side has been purchased by W,J. Richard Hone has ordered lumber to

to-day. very amusing and highly interesting. vegetables: are being shipped from thIs'point week, then we will 'have, the prettiest Allen an English gentleman and is now shed three acres of pineapples oa his

Christianity has done a great deal for I'I daily.' and most convenient station on the road being cleared and the stakes are alreadyset plantation just south of town. ]
Mrs. J. N. Clark and baby were down between Palm Beach and --
the people of those Islands and her re- I The'good effects "of the crow killing Miami. for a bungalow. the main building of There is excellent quail and inck I
from take Worth in
today shopp I
town. ng ports were very encouraging to all 'crusade is noticeable by the absence of Prof. J. F. Eerk has returned from his which is to be fifty two feet square and shooting to be found at Rockledge. Be

friends of missions. these noisy pests from our city. lour of the States booming this country, two stories high with a one-story wing sure to stop at Hotel Indian ,River. .
Jail: McFarlane was in town 'awbeeltoda1 A great many who heard Miss Crosby I : and will now remain at home. He says thirty feet long, the whole to cost $ .ooo

from his place, "Lochside," just Sunday night expressed a wish to listen Steam launches make two trips daily he would have no objection to getting or more. The grounds are also to be This is delightful weather we having

north d Lake Worth. to her again. from Hotel Indian River dock down the married, now that he has concluded to put in fine shape and the entire place just now and tourist and citizens seem 4

A. P.Anthony (oar Gus) spent Sunday She will speak on missions next Son- river to "Fairy-land." Don't miss it., settle down, if he could find a suitable will be an ornament to the West Side. to be enjoying it-to-the fullest extent 1

tt home with the old folks in this city, day morning at II a. m. in the West companion.: Here's luck to the Pro- Fire started on the east side of the m_ PUT___ Hotel Indian River orchestra give

returning to Miami Monday. Side Congregational Church. All day Monday Banyan Street was fessor.' track np near the Flugler Siding one day morning and evening concerts, making-- .;

obstructed by cars up ou Railroad Avenue Major is last week and fanned it for
-- -e-- Boynton still making improvements by a northwester. pleasant those unable to leave for
Mrs.V.;Spencer, the oldest resi lent but possibly there is no ordinance Od his plantation. This ly windswept towards the Lave endangering rambles or sails, *

of Lake Worth, was in town today visiting He_Caught.. Fish. against such obstruction. week he put a number of piles ;m at tbe first the shedding over the pine -.
her daughter. Mrs. A, E.Heyser. tourists do not seem to be after
i Tuesday was a banner day for fishingfor I ferry landing to facilitate travel, and before apples on the Flagler plantation and ducks much '!
are as
Cummissory General A. J. Kirkwood J. M. Woodruff, cf Salem, Ohio, whois bad There many pleasant drives to be II he gets through here he will hive a later on as It. swept towards and down the as they were earlier ia
season although there
of Lake Worth-Riviera was in town the most indefatigable fisherman of at Rockledge all along the waterfront model place. People now come from all the lake shore the houses on the Bnggs the Lake are as manyon fl
In as ever.
Tuesday aflersome more sleephead bait I all the guests of'The Palms., As Mr. stopping at the Hotel Indian over the State, and from outside of it, place, but some quick, hard fighting
River orders
may be left at the office. tMayor ip, t that be
only dwellingsand
t. M. E. Grnber- the County Tax As Wpodrpff_svats. to catch fish when he green spot oa the
: he Whilldin's' two East Qoast finally succeeded in the has had enough cruising for this seam
sensor: if spending 'a few days at Junodoing i goes fishing generally goes over to new cottages stopping
some work on the assesment books. the fresh water and there is where be are beginning\ to put on form and substance On die evening of the 14th the, first fire. The only damage done waS the tnrned the "Providencia" over to Com j

of went Tuesday, returning in the evening: rand he is said.to be evolnting at tent of I be Order of the Maccabees in burning of the timber. modore Clark Monday. '.

J. c. Jones a Judge Minor S. with an even hundred fish, mostly black least "one more to be commenced on or Florida''was' orgsnized at this place. Among the different places of interest There is not a hotel or boarding-house i

Jones, of Titusville spent a day or so bass and bream. Mr.Woodruff says thatof before the completon: of these two. And The tent starts off with, membership visited by W. K.Vanderbilt and, party either in this city ''or on the Lkfc but

visiting friends in this vicinity the forepart all the places to go for fishing this one sO the city grows. of thirty-three chatter members aud the was "Loc:aside," the home of Mr. and what has done a big business this, sea

of the week. takes the cake for here a man can take Until further notice the morning service prospects for a large organization are Mrs.James McFarlane. They were much son-and the season is not overwUa( yet '; ''J

Mrs. M.F.Pugh left Tuesday morningfor his choice between fresh water, lake,or on 'Sundays tt St. Ann's Catho'ic very bright. The tent has been named struck by the beautiful green lawns and by any means. I ;

Miami and will probably make her ocean fishing, and if he knows anythingabout Church will take place at 10:30 insteadof Bo;nton Tent, No i, in honor of the flowers and the' rocky coral front They The killing of quail la I
future home there with her only remaining fishing he can catch them anywhere 10:00 as heretofore. originator the Maccabees and for.nderof say the view looking .down the avenueto against the law
now and will
Evening service be till the first of "
son, Dr. E. W. Pugh. and MrWoodruff surely practiceswhat at 7:30 as usual, and Sunday School at 3. this place and we are sure will provea the ocean reminds them of the Arc de November b"t dent let nest .1' '<_
he preaches and has the fish valuable addition Triomph in Paris: The afterwards any pick
to to social were
: Way of the Cross life of party ; .
Capt J. R. Anthony and son J. R. every Friday at 730 your eyes out when you are out huntingself
the show for it time. our town. At the entertained by Mrs.
every m. meeting above mentioned McFarlaneat e
-took a run down to Miami Monday p. defence is permissible even under
.. the following' officers were ,installed a ternoon tea. Mr.Vanderbilt seemed the law.
Captain returning Tuesday but J. R. J r. game _
staying till later in the week. Miss E. Theodora Crosby Secretary: : Past Commander, W Forey ; to enjoy the quiet restfulness of this

A Family Reunion. the womans missionary society of the Commander, C. E. Chase ; Lieutenant charming spot and a second visit was An unusual catch was made over at

Mrs Geo. S. Rowley' of Mangonia, American Board, will, present the cause Commander, H. B. Murray ; Record paid the day before his departure, he the ocean: pier last Sunday in the shapeof I

was visiting friends in town today and There is nothing so pleasant and to of missions at the West Side Congregational Keeper, J. F Berk; Fin.incial Secretary, spending several hours there. au immense sawfish some fifteen or
her become southern people especially so enjoyable, .. more feet in I j
may.ith family .
a permanent Church next Sunday morning, Cullen Pence ; Chaplain, A. II. Pence ; -. -- length and weighing over a I
resident of the town later. as a gathering of the family around tlie The Pastor Rev. S.. D. Paine will preachat Medical Examiner J. A. McLeay M.'D.; DELBAY .DOi GS. ton. The monster made a big fight but II ,;
Lome board.
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succumbed last.
Mrs. A. J. Kirkwood, of Chicago night Sergeant, Adolph Freedlnnd; Master-at-
Such a gathering was had last Sundayat 'L. G. and
joined her husband at Riviera Tuesday Arms, Isaac Funk ; First Master of the spent Sunday; Tuesday a fine launch
I was in
the residence of put
Capt. J.J R. Anthony at Lantana. 1
night They will remain here for about just south of town. Some of the tourists over on the EastSide Guards, Frank Funk : Second Master of water at Capt. A. T. Rose's, boat yard,

m mth yet and then go home by. the Those including R, have taken the tumble, to the factthat the Guards F. W. Palmer ; Sentinel, A. Mr. Glidewell and his oldest son are all in running order.. It is 25 feet long,
present Capt. J.
way of the West Coast.J when the weather is warm the WestSide J. Bowen ; Picket, C. A. Pierce. on the ick list and is equipped with a three horse ,
and wife
Anthony the host and hostess pow.
the by far the most corn Mr. FroeJIund Sr., of
Bojnton, was er globe engine and is one of the
D. Mathis, of the_ Clematis Avenue their children J. R. Anthony, Jr., from for able and in neatest
of '
consequently town
many them S.indav. aud nicest
Supply Store took a day off yesterday Patterson N. J., County Tax: CollectorHenry come over the" e warm UASGOMA MUTTERINGS launches on .tl" e Lake-and,
and taking a friend-along to help pickup J. Anthony fron Juno, A.P.Anthony take their ease in comfort days by ferry and __p DeaeunZowan' has been on the sick all home-made at that
over here i in
the ducks, went shooting down the (our Gus), from Miami, Miss Lei the shade, x Too tired again to write last week. list for a few days. Charlie Charters has already sold over 1 1a

Lake and kept at it as,long as the ammunition i la, Emile and Roscoe, nd as additional Jeff. D. West, of Little Riser was np Born, to Mr. and, Mrs. Guffis, sixty dollars' worth of onions from the

held out returning; in the eveniagwith guests B. R. Tillman, Jr, a son of.Senator Some newspaper moo are terrible liars.; visiting friends in this vicinity last week. daughter la t Friday. patch on his place south of town and

twenty-five ducks-and then he Tillman of South Carolina, John C. In writing of a cyclone out west one of Gvo. S. Adams, wife and daughter W. J. Thornton is erecting a new says yon can't see where he pulled them

.aid he did not vet them all. .Tones a son_ of Hon. _Minor___ _., Tnm-e nf., i tl1pm clit .it. tn.ft.. .. __" __ '1 n..;.:! .. ... :. ,"' :_ _'.1 L___ Lu .. riiiliCA fin .nici. ariri.. f*+firra..... OUL. _, HP. RaiK_, wxrlrJ. *.-...'___ _U
u. u n ----- 4------ ---- WM'> tuiucu a wen wrong Slue t>mu a tun. LU lucir uju uume iiere ..Monday. ---- 'M ...v. H .w auu iciuiuer will
Titusville, J. W. Harper wife and child out cellar bring the onions f
a up-side down every time if
Hailing from the Smokey City of Pa, moved a L. G. Lyman expects to set out two properly t
a party of six: arrived at the Hotel Hibis- of Hypolnxo, Miss Nellie Clow of Dixie township line, blew all the staves out of J. M. Rowley having recovered his acres of citrus fruits this fall. applied and Charlie knows and has tbe ,

cuss last night. The party consists of and Marvin Pope of this place. whisky barrel and left nothing but a health, left Sunday to resume his laborsat Mrs.: S. S. Linton has been very seri onions to prove it. j '

Wm. Velte and wife, Robert Ostremer -:p-- ---- bunghole, changed the day of the week, Fignlns. ously ill at her home on Atlantic Ave. The crowd at the Hibiscus id a jolly j 'L:!

a and wife Geo. Seebick and wife. Mr. Knights of the Maccabees. blew the hair off of a bald-headed man, one and is always ;
Prof. Nash las cucumbers, okra ana Mr. A. Bowen and wife, of Boynt n, doing ,something! in
Velte is founder and machinist blew a mortgage off of a farm blew all the of I
a prominent
way and
amusement claim
tomatoes growing since the frost and his were viewing the crops and city Sunday. ,that I
Mr. Ostremer is Tax Collector of Last Saturday night was an occaricn the cracks out of a fence, blew a Lather Lake Worth i? the best place a
prospects are again gilt-edged. person
It is rumored that the city of Linton I
Pittsburgh, and Mr. Seebick, Cashier of of great interest to the members of the from a goose, broke an elephant's back The cruise of the "Providencia" beingat will be in the race for the County build- can come to for enjoyment a* there is to ,';,j<
the Metropolitan National Bank of Pitts. Order of the Knights of the Maccabeesin and: knocked all the wind out of a popu. end much more to see an list.-Ex. an rapt. A E. Knowles is home ings. any i
burgh. Mr. and Mrs. Velte are old this part of the country. It was the other winter report place, either ia
again looking after his own boats.H. or
time accquaintences of ye editor. The date of the institution of the first lodgeof Epworth Pineapples are looking far better thanit out of the State. Monday a launch load I.

R party are charmed with the Lake Worth the Order in the State of Florida; and League Program.StSPAY .Sanders and J H. Dick are pushing was first expected they would and of guests went np to Pitts' Island and 3

scenei}. more significant yet is the fact that tht work: on the Eclipse and this fajorite give promise: of a fair crop. the Inletwhile Tuesday another I i
., : MARCH 1899!! little launchful t
-- 19 steamer be
soon ready to i
instituting officer was Major N. S. Boynton run Mr. Hubbard, one of our new settlers, went down to the pineapple farm
out and
bring Mends ,
Investigators.Messrs. the father and founder of the Order Subject-"Self-Mastery.your" once more.Mrs.Nill. has started breaking up a new piece of and so they keep going every day to one

that to-day has in both its branches Poland and little son Claude, land to put out a grove on. or more of the 1
H. A. Wright, P. A. Hall A. Leader, Re,. J. R. Walker. numerous places of inter
more than three hundred thousand after a several weeks visit at Geo. A. Postmaster French Samuel Elemwoodand est in this section. '
J. Nye E. B. Rood and Mr. Burge are a Opening Song No. 65.
members. Gale's left Tuesday night for her homein ---p.Ladies >. -
W. W. Blacker
Jr. were at
party of orange and pneapple growers Prayer-R. F. Whitehurst. Boynton Aid
I The name ajopted by the new lodge so Miami. Society Election.
Sunday looking over the
from Volosia County in the vicinity of Song No 178. crops. .
F- DeLand who are down here, for the express auspiciously launched is So,ntou Tent, Reading and Explanation of Lesson The splendid growth the pineapple There will be special services at the The Annual Meeting of the Ladies Aid j

purpose of looking for themselves No. i. It is expecttd than before long 1;t Cor.: 9, 24 to 37-Leader. plants have made since the freeze has schoolhouse next Sunday eve under the Society of the Congregational Church ,

into the possi. tlities and prospects of steps will be taken to establish tents in Prayer. about obliterated all signs of the damage auspices LEthe Epworth League. was held at the house of Mrs. Sacketton
this and other towns in Dade County. .
they received at that time. Wednesday.
Dade County in the matter of growing Song No. :216. Miss Florence Blackmer left for Toledo !;
oranges and p :apples safely and The Order has especially strong pointsin Remarks Members. Capt. U. D. Hendrickson has his Ohio, Monday and will spend a few The following officers were elected for

above all, profitl /. its insurance features anti it is due to I Prayer. steamer Gladys in commission and is days with friends in Jacksonville on Ler the ensuing year: Mrs. Heyser, Presl-

E. B. Rood is an old college friend o f I I this very largely, that it has had such J Continuation of Story-Miss Bessie running parties with it with N. R. Filz- way np.Jonah. dent; Mrs Stowers, Vice President; Mrs. 1

phenomenal growth.Murderers Thomason. hugh as engineer and himself S,rkin, Secretary; Mrs. !Sackett: Treas I
Dr. H. C. Hood and is a guest of the as captain. isn't the only man a whale took urer.

Doctor's at his home over on the EastSide 1* Temperance Duet Mrs. Geo. S. The schooner "Mary B,"of flendrick- in. It was reported upon reliable authority The Treasurer's report was read and

and the Doctor is seeing that the Not Ought. Adams and Miss Leila Anthony. son's Jacksonville-Lake Worth Line, last Sunday that one had wandered approved and found to be a creditable:

whole party has a good opportunity to I Remarks VlS tors. left last week tor Jacksonville and is ex-J!1 afar from his native heath'and. in searching I showing for the, work of the ladies
see everything in the horticultural line I I An old lady from "way back," being i Prayer. peered back in a few days with a full i lor the Bovntoa, ha t got stranded on ing the year. ;

worth seeing in this jection. <" '. told that the newspapers stated that the I Announcements. cargo of freight I the beach a1llypotuxo'where he could I The day of meeting was changed from

These gentlemen go from here to Mf- entire citrus family in East Florida bad II IIII Closing Song No. 70. County School Super ntendent z.-T. be seen at all hours wagging, his tail and Wednesday to Friday and it was votedto

ami to look at tie country m that vicinity .i been killed last week anxiously inquiredif League Benediction. Merritt paid an official visit to our school ; throwing water forty feet above the level] hold a Lawn Social on Thursday the

and will probably invest before long II the murderer had been caught- Preaching Services at ix a. m. and last Friday, coming up from town on a |! of the sea, spouting and snorting to heals 231 fast, on the beautiful grounds of Mr

in the section that suits them the best. Palatka Advertiser.i : I 7.15 p. m. wheel. As no official complaint ha the band. i ib Maltby.S' .


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JOHNNY WARD 'ONIASEBALL / ''U* Comngn U Bit C..yIet1oa. ,JOCKEY TOO SLOAN Whose Cards Appear in_ this Paper .

'- To referee a .boxing match successfully : Supply Store :: Bank
.;_ H.Ftvwt allbrtltr.; .... ud M .S1i$. a referee should at all times have h z..u.1a Tarfmna PnlM HI Method Classified Alphabetically. The Dade CounlyState
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._ .. ., CUtClreott. the courage of his convictions.- of KldiBf. ::-West Palm Bead Florida, West Palm Beach Florida.
; : t Although John should never teeny stage of.the contest ,
: WardJa now'deep la Speaking of Tod Sloan an English ARCHITECT: J. D. MATHIS
the porcnlt of the i allow himself,In rendering a de Beach Pioprtetor.
'- law la New York ? turfman says: T D Brown, West Palm
" .;:. dty he, has not# entirely and occtuonaily finds Wrier to or remarks of the spectators. His sole :
I as a tenor the American
.: discuss the game which mad -b1u 'a guide in picking winner should be Jockey. has left us for the winter, I: Dade County State Bank, MyMott>-"Qua*sale and Small FroDu. Up Capital $15,000.
.. prominent public figure and to which the work of:the'principals. Firmnessis West Palm BeachBARBERS
and some of the time that will elapse
g. < bWUavredIt. essential qualification to successIn before he returns to take his place p.. Bakery and OFFICERS:

-r "I think- paid Ward "a aeaWfrom. refereeing a fight. The referee with the rank and file of English : Family Groceries E.N. DIMICK, President. .
.,' May ,to October 1 wouldbo.about should be.. absolutely free from pre Jockeys may be profitably employedIn Wm Schaudt, West Palm BeachD HENDRICKSON Vlee-Pretldtnt. -
U. D.
f; right and plenty7lons-enongh. Base Judlce have a thorough knowledge of considering the new state of things M Gtaundean, West Palm Beach .....My Specialty.Goods Cathier. '
. ball II not l1ke/tOO! ball where the the technique of the sport and decide which be uas introduced. No one triec Alilo Cooper West Palm BeachBICYCLES GEO. L. BaAHKIHO,
: point In question strictly on its _.. delivered free to
Players every any part
are exejdamg hard all the
Ir'. time .to ignore the fact that a new state of 'of the Office Hours From 9 a.m.to a p. m.
merits. City or across Lake.
they are onhe field. In base ball :
things has been created, though it may
..a;lifer exercises Violently 'little I do not believe in "popular" decisions not be one that will convulse the turf Geo S Adams,West Palm BeachW ill Orders Given Prompt Attention. eeneralBankingBfisIaessTransaetiJCoHflrtloo
wfitei 1Rdl takes:it- for while.Between perhaps the world spontaneous R Mitchell West: Palm BeachBOTTLING
:: easy a earthquake fashion. If Sloan's rid- Goods First-Class and Fresh.
_ Highest
would better the ,
be idea.
convey e remitted o dy
Atoning he sits'on bench *promptly
t' a ing has done no morn than '' .up* tniE' prices paid for produce.
I mean giving tight to a man who has country I .
1IJ"" ornuwbei beJa.1Athe.1ield i he Is era, and What i will call expert owners, WORKS: Drafisbought and sold on the prtoA.Sft
.. .tIrtiDIaroundun1eu he Is after made 'grandstand finish In the last C Castellano. MiamiBUILDING Buy of me and I will ave yon money. 6W ..In..1... ..;tI.. ...d,+1.n..lt..d Sti114. .ftTSegd
: ttf not on their ponsldprfn? .anit. -- --,- ---- ---
few rounds and whose work has caused __
: rtu; bageL With .e-
'C ; .fl.i..t'U1mlagC'the i enough will have been accomplished
;. "iLf" ,the ,spectators to become enthusiastic. -
weather SUPPLIES:
that to S.
comes April&MeUmea for the time. host Jockeys o( course,
I in .the fall.these alter- Many persons forget especial wish it to be understood that bioau'sriding Chas Welshans, JacksonvilleGeo ;; BIYLEHOSPIThL.:: T!&? 5UI Your Job Work
I ..Li>er od of actlrltyiand Inactly- Iy In a twenty-round contest that has made no difference to them; Hacker & Son. Charleston, S C.

!( ttJ".QbJecthhn to'colds and.rheuma-! ,e'
; nevertheless, we have seen some races A
fE: 'ti" *$ : JWfjolDt&, In which Sloan.did not take part rid- CIVIL ENGINEERS &. SURVEYORS:I II "-
it Besides,'if the season ,,1s prolonged. i: den In a fashion which would not have I Franklin Sheen West Palm BeachDENTISTS I DAILY EXCURSIONS

I '> ,. .... tb 4eta to .&.dJag.tow&r4: the been adopted had the- American not -,-
I rend to-players and to spectators. I be- set the example and with satisfactory : BY THES2h -
: 1 jliffi sjrtorr.8eiaon: would add to the results." J A Pugh West Palm Beach General Repair Work... '

popularity of the game and thus comr" If there is one body of men that l) A Thomason, West>alm Beach Enamelling a !> "THERELLA"

r:. DIa 1he-e1ub.-.ownen-fo the time should be and, we believe, Is, thoroughly L T Daniel, Cocoa Specialty.

".: -jthat.waLCut oiL t & grateful for Sloane's advent, it is the l'sDRUGGISTS S
cl| \H4ttj oplalentlt would! 4 a good : TOTHB-
trainers. There are no doubt the exceptions -
i: Ithbi I for baae ball If the players! and teat are necessary to every E H Dimick, West.Palm. Beach High Grade Wheels For Sale zai To M

the public"vere""brought into closer ;t.ilik rule but there is excellent reason for RUBBER TREE AMD PITTS' 1SLAID

,:usr m..wouJ.dJI!1be- wore,. \' saying that the great majority of trainers DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING:
":. U the circuit was pot BO large-If there either openly or in their hearts, Thomason & Brown, West Palm Beach COMPLETE LINE OF SUNDRIES. Starting from the Royal Poinciana Dock.
Mrs J Frank West Palm Beach
werv tiriba faMhe
lglit league instead
are delighted at the way Sloan has '
Carl Schrebnick, West: Palm Beach
r, of.twelieJ think an eight-club! circuit opened people's eyes to the proper
:: tothe best .A.circuit of ___ Dave Singer Jacksonville
..., wBogtba,' Ne1 : Brooklyn.comwae ,t way to run races. Not that there has ,.' GEO. S. ADAMS
; York; j jand't'Pb&delphJaf'In been any secret about It, or' that the For Rubber Tree, loX M4 returning: U.Forhltts'Jsland,2 .
-'the east-; "aBd: Pitts* FERTILIZERS:
method of from
running races through PROPRU TOR.
P. U. & IVII
Wm A BoJrs & Co, JacksonvilleLittle ; KeUraJng
burg Chicajo;Cincinnati and St. Louis I -.. start to finis is any specialty) of "

in the yaiLxQuld.be.an ideal ona It' Sloan's; In .-ranee it is the general Bros, WEST PALM BEACH.
would-be national in its scope rand custom. But Sloan has been the medium ESTATE

:-,,. twoJ6uWbe"aaImprovement.IDWreJIwvum'DII'ge_L_._ :':_._ __ L. waiversiaea__, 'b_._-thai'4. the'asIt __ ; 'a -k- -- _,__in_rae__which__ L uaa__the L ut-eu__proper_ u iiiusinueu,.._..way__ _.'.of"IoU-_runuug "me-L_- Brelsl'ord Bros, Palm Beach Palm Beach \VHFN..un i"._ .T..1..i11._ _.... No u'" ...y.,,...",. ..........,. ....i......- JAS. E. CHAMBERS,

.... now is. i TIM HUKSTV Britishracing public. Why trainers Wallace R Moses, West. it your Old Friend, who will.- surprise: Owsis. 11
:: -<
(. .there are BO m&n10t better of the fighting! in a majority of with truly run races their trouble Reynolds & ilqli West Palm BeachS Dry Goods, Clothing and

them and the personal interestin'themla the rounds entitled to the winner's will not be cast to the winds, as it B Miller & Co, New York Gents' Fuinitliiiigs CHESEBRO BROTHERS !
.____ ,
diminished There is greater
; a ,
'sbare- of'the purse. too often is through the dunderheaded- Cheseboro Bros New York
'toitxietiinfe. ** rivalry where Ttherfc are /ew-j While in the ring. I ,am absolutely ness or conceit of a Jockey, leaving Caleb Haley & Co, Ne: > York| D. SINGER, Manager 1 Fulton Fish Market, New York. -
ii Bridge Street Near
..;,- dubs and- icwer,flayers concerned.Ithi I
out of the Of
T Indifferent to tb .:remarks or'demonstration chicancery question. -.-- 11-12-08 JACKSONVILLE. FU Rin'
:.' (ewer teamsthe spectator:'seesmore" on' the part of the spectators. what use is it to train a horse to stay FOR SALE: Wholesale Commission Fish Dealers.!

." 0r'the:players'and gefs'to know.. No'matter how many men may be in a distance of say two miles if the first Household and Cainp.liquipment; "" ,

r L4 them better. Vt the building I have eyes for only two mile and a half are run at a canter? G W JenaingsiUci.t Palm Beach IF YOU 'YcN'TFIRSTCLA8S Our Indian Hirer Specialties An: T -
?:popularizes the game in a city..forI1 and they are the principals. When inaction The staying powers of the horse are --- TONSORIAL WORK.

; 'pa'troniyto'feerthat they know' the I follow them all round the not brought into play at alL The sorriest FURNITURE: Always Go ToDM. SPANISH MACKEREL

; \ pI&rwtersonally' and take'persona/ ring, keeping within five feet of them cab horse can stay two miles at Geo H Maltby, WesuPalm BeachD POMPANO Kltia-FISH.

\..!.- tate.1n. them.. Interest in base ball: all the while, and never in one positionmore its own pace but the test of the E Cooper Mfg Co, Jacksonville GEADRIDEAU
Tn New York'never was' so great aa a than five seconds. Thus I am en thoroughbred stayer is to run his race ., The Old Reliable.ShoponDellmore SHIEPSHfAD, BLUE-FISH, :

> fu'3few yearaagowhena good many,of abled to judge the work of the men at' racing speed. This we rarely. If SEEDS place,Lake front,Palm Beach. SEA TROUT ETC.INDUCEMENT .
{- it th acranks;had !'ai speaking 'acquaIntance -r thorouguly, and at the same time give ever, see done In England unless some
Wm A Bours & Co, Jacksonville
: with such men as. Ewing, Rich the spectators an equal opportunity foreign Jockey is riding; then our I
i !" 'J. at I B.'Connorod others. l' of.noticing every blow delivered. At champions, who have 'gained their James B Bours Jacksonville_."_' W. R. MITCHELL, OUR TO SHIPPERS ARE: .

: tJisafTtowe-itaanotsoi.: : much,i.tendencj, a distance of more than ten feet away; laurels under other land spurious conditions -HARDWARE Prompt RetarDs tad Fell HtM Yim! 2
Voithen lpr e playeri.to keep aloof' from.rf a.mancannot properly judge the Intent are"cha weU up," as the Americans West Palm BeachHOTELS Shoe Repairing Neatly Done, Harness _
t the patrons as now'though I dot not or effect. of an unfair blow... have taught us to say.' M E Grnber .. Sewed and Renaired. Stenfiln Fnrwrtrdfil inr.tiratinn.i I
; ---- -- -- -- -- -- ----- --- ,- ., an.. ...
-- ---- -- -- -- -- -- --- --- --- -" ---- --- .
fi want it understood that 1 am'criticlsSkiUlng To tell the precise effect and intentof c --rr------ ::!Ij
tkenpresent managementiati alL blow the referee A Mom.Ur Sea Baa : Out-of-town customers will receive Corretpondenct Solicittd. : it!
:: ( a man delivering a Palm Beach "11
: 'tk Tba$ ja Just ,my ,!lew, of it. ,Tbe'" must be as close to the fighters as The biggest fish story, with-a bass Green Lawn Cottage,Palm West Beach promt attention. Shop on Olive Street, 1!
*.. Palm Beach Cottage, door north of Build.
were a number prominent rooterat In.
possible. He is then a position to
: as the subject comes from the Pacific
\ >"then who*in'a way served to bring the The Boynton,Boynton ing. 8-18
conscientiously decide a point strictly coast and Mark Smith delegate in Seminole Hotel:: West Palm Beach Red Spanish and
people and the-players>gether. In according to the recognized prize ringcode. Congress trom Arizona is the hero of The Palms West Palm Beach \ '1
.. those dayrtbe-cranks ready;to. "
.,. were It. S The Earman House, West Palm Beach YouBuy 'Em I Serve 'Em! Fancy,-.. iidfr
'tght fo'the team. .J 'A referee should tat all times
: '
The photograph of Mark' Smith and The Beach Club, Palm Beach OYSTERS Cooked as you like them while
;"f1II e"ball tan f>be''conducted i 07 entering the ring;have the;confidenceo his.catch .Is reproduced To Hibiscus, Palm Beach you wHit. Served All Styles,and at all hours,
': ..4tlrdyu txblbitJoirand; nude, to the, fighters whose efforts he, is to ;ateh a 337-pound fish with a rod and Mrs James McCann, West Palm Beach between 6 a. m.and 11 p.m.Refreshments PINEAPPLESlips (
be ,la which, Cold Drinks and Cigars.
It must
a-contest feel the
pay. : judge. The fighters must
reel may seem surprising, but there The Travelers, JacksonvilleAl .
both public-ar-d players are Interested. referee will'be strictly fair'with'them Fresco WILL MLTOJTS 2ESTAOBAHT, ...

.!wof'A$*tor'! the. double umpire!'system.. in every: particular and, that, he will Jensen ..-" Olive Street, West Palm Beach and Suckers

..'.4 I.ifiid kot see many games.but 1e 9D.I I. do,everything possible in order not to I JEWELERS:

'' & but from what, I,did see I consider;: It' decide a fight away 'on a fouL, Per' Idner& Son, West Palm Beach. For Sale,ot TOitowteg Tariclln vU

"( li'lmproTement 'AnythInCthat' wiflM sonally, I think that.a man.who fouls R. J. Riles, Jacksonville Geo. S. Hacker & Son Abbaka Porto Rico,
(|c ;, for _base _batt AnytMng 'that. his chances of success according to fair iM1T1rI/x4I -.4--- .
makes players devote their time and. methods are hopeless and, hi order to LAUNCHES'TO LET: Egyptian Queen,

**' Merit'to playing and not kicking. prevent the humilation of a knockout, Therella West Palm BeachLAUNDRY 4'I. Ripley Queen Golden Queen,

h. I It a distinct gain for the sport. employs tactics as unfair, as they are, .10 \ I White Antigne

cpv '"... .. vicious. -In such a case I have no hesitation : Pernambuco
", $...'. GrMt Fltc".!: "' :in di disqualifying'theoffender.. White Swan West Palm Beach Knville.
tsW Chariea'Nlchois"of'thelBoston'club': My Idea of fair boxing Iii,that,tbere Wo Kee West Palm BeachLAWYERS
Early delivery cai be mad*. part of the
VHinstiie''accorded?the'title of'the king. should be no wrestling, hugging, but- _e' fruit from thin l'lantaUoallnlllg tea picked

.. pitcher ofhlsday..tmd his"recordMa ting, clinching or any unfair methods : last month. Apply to .
unique. He has pitched nine CjOn eeu- that would injure an opponent Of W I Metcalf West Palm Beach
*tire 7eth'lit* the National pe'for1I.6OItoU course,.a referee cannot be too cautiousand Frank \V PopeJacksonville C.C. MATTHAMS,

and'lff'ooly entfyearh- failed should use discretion in the exercise Alex St Clair-Abrams,Jacksonville
S v> aeCUTt' bttter'.percentagft of ,tift .of his powers, distinguishing .., I Florida Pineapplo Company,

tprWstbiu; >|hls club,; puriag,18$ he mistakes from wilful violations of the MEAT MARKETS: 5-21-97 West Palm Beach Fit.
I '; \ nade.his best percentage of victories rules. J P Mendel West Palm Beach ,
.$.. telJ *i-TD'HinaMtrclpated In a remark- Will Whidden MANUFACTURERS OF
ibly large number gam L''Here Is May let Bac.m. m ,.... I., i

' .record: .- ., !.4 There are some games which have MILLINERY: Doors Sash, CITY BAlCBEll SHOP,.
v ,
'Nichols. Boston. had their boom, and quoits is Beach
never Mrs F L Moffatt, West Palm
A MONSTER SEABASS.ire First Door Sooth of the Port Office. :
1. ;...'.. .Aih..58.T' 57.1 of them. Still _
4800. ; ; one as nothing happens a.MUSIC '
j'Y4. U89t......,.......:i... ;..6L2>*. eaoi but the unexpected, it may be that the the fish, the rod and the reel and HOUSE: Blinds, MouldingsAND Equipped Easiest Chili sad I. Towm.Best f

4s 1892.......,........&..-....68.61 i : '68.0 time is nearly ripe:.for.:quolts to betaken Mark Smith. The affidavit which accompanied Ludden & Bates' M H, JacksonvilleNOTARIES 6-c.U IIILO Shop coorE .....,... .
I 1883............... ,..69.6: 60T" out of.its undeserved obscurity the photograph says: .e' .
# ? 18M...;;_....734 62.9 to be exalted to the status 6f a national "Caught by Mark Smith and George PUBLIC: Building Material,

.r-t *. ..1895.-..,......; .....62.8 &L218U8. :game, to have weekly papers named Olney off the Three Peaks, west side \V R Moses, West Palm Beach
....,.......'.".,t..68.7> a 66A after it! and to have -columns In the Catalina Islands. Time in landing, Guy I Metcalf, West Palm BeachNURSERY CHARLESTON, S. C. To Rent by the Hour or Day.
1887. ..72.0 70.5 sporting press devoted, to the doings two hours and fourteen minutes. Es- ...
LP : e ,. Largest Factory South. ONLY NEW BICYCLES IN TOW$.
'I** 1898......'.....73.9 68.5 of' its champions. Stranger things timated distance covered by the firfi. STOCK:
i '- ,,- have 'happened. Who, for instance, carrying the boat with him, ten to .. B Beach West Palm BeachJ Send for Prices. Next Door North Tropical San Block.
t 67J, '63J would have said, when, at the end of twelve miles. He was struck within John ,
five hundred yards of shore and lauded H Wylie Interlachen w. R. MITCHELL
,. ie sixties, a few energetic sportsmen ,
: -_ _--_ weut'wobbling about on bone-shaking fully four miles out at sea. Tackle .5'PhOTOGRAPhER THE BALTIMOBE TAILORS. Proprietor.

r ..ou % bicycles;which it would have been far heavy tarpoon rod wuu silver king :
reel. carrying one thousand feet of ..1 B O'Donoghue; West Palm Beach
$i4d1. easier to push than to ride, that at the r
.. tulI end of the century considerably more No 21 Cudahan line; bait a large white .5.- ABE SAFRANEK & SON, :

tI ,,5vo1L than a hundred thousand bicycles 3sh weighing five pounds. Largest PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS: MANAGERS OP I F. A REYNOLDS 'I i

j I .- .. would be manufactured annually in nsh ever landed with rod and reel, R B Potter, West Palm BeachH i.i

<' $, .I d Great Britian alone and that the vast save one of 374 pounds caught "by Dr. C Hood ," The Three Friends .i
f majority of the population would adopt Pease near same place one weel[ there- I e.PINEAPPLE.
\ ,
__ __ ___ V this 'means' of locomotion One can. lIter PLANTS: Tailoring Company.SUITS .r
h The fish Is a sea bass, call- Palm Beach
oJ.' not imagine that quoits will ever attain commonly G C Matlhams West WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
f- t such popularity as the bicycle but the ed the Jew fish. In Pacific waters _e_ j ;

_________ unprejudiced person can see no reason they attain the enormous weight of RESTAURANTS: AND PANTS MADE TO ORDER. 'i
favoritea ill hundred pounds, and in shape and Schmid's Cafe West Palm Beach
wbr'lt should not-become as
L: '$11$ pastime as golf which a very few marking closely resemble the bass.fbi'S Will Melton, West Palm Beach SHIPPER AND DEALER LfPflMPAMl 11 11e

years ago was almost.unheard of. -1RETAIL i
Cleaning, Pressing and RepairingA ;
i4Ei Quoits is a very fine game, especiallyin I B'ny Hone In Harneiu.Tf GROCERS: '
# the winter time. It is snlendid exercise vnn wnnt tn hnv a tinrea tiVo nn T. W P..Vh.rst \\'..< -----
and trains the eye and the band man's word for it "Your eye is your: j F Oliver:West Palm Beach -"J' LUJJILflUU, ..I

_; ; to act together in a way that few other market Don't buy a horse in harness. J D Mathis, West Palm Beach FIT AND WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED t
sports can do, for the very essence of Unhitch him and take everything off Glen G. Strohm. West Palm Beach
It is accuracy of aim at a mark placed but the halter, and lead him around. 4.e WEST PALM BEACH FLA.Vhiddn's SPANISH 11ACKER
CL &tW below the level of I;the hand. It has if he has any failing you can see it. SHIRT WAISTS: .

. beenobjected that throwing quoits Let him go himself away, and if he Miss Crosby, Palm Beach
makes the player lopsided but after walks right into anything you know he --- .

itn all that is easily remedied, for there is is blind. No matter how clear and SHOE REPAIRING: \ Market and BLUE FISH.
I nothing to prevent the player throwIng bright his eyes are, he can't see any W R Mitchell, West Palm Beach i241

'c the quoit with _his left band if more than a bat. I ..:k him. too. ---.-
be so pleases, ana sucu a cnange would Some horses show their for
r ., *> CHARLES A NICHOLS. make a.varation In the game and also tr.cks in that way when they don't in Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co, Is Prepared to Supply I WEST, PALM :BEACH FLA.

t During his connection with the Bean afford an excellent' method of handicapping any other. But be as smart as you Jacksonville with"- I BOX
f. asters he ha pitched in more.than onethlrt -! i the men of ''unequal skill can, you'll get caught sometimes. -- .- you 187. '''24t1CALEB
1.ct t>f the games played by that club, Quoits strengthens the arms and Even the experts get stuck. A horse TAILORING:
t_ %Jq Wring414 'contests,..of which shoulders, but it is not a pastime which may look ever so nice and go a great: Abe Safranek & Son, West Palm Beach Good Maats at Living Prices.

: ,.iV! .*ree Yictories and 135 defeats primarily demands strength. A great pace and yet have fits. There Isn't a _e_
.. advantage of the game a that it can man who could tell it until something I 1 TO RENT: Fresh Pork, HALEY & CO.

t WusJ.dzSofX. be played in any small space, and that i. happens. Or he may have a weak I Manalapan Cottage,Hypolnxo
QfJlfWe Merchant :A, ,stranger the ground need not be particularlylevel I. back. Give him the whip and off he _el Beef, Wholesale Cotnmiwkm Deafen!.
r ,
;" , .r.I ''WbC1OUT band began to play his horse ground is good enough for a quoits sudden be stops on tae road. A.UT a W H Sanders,West Palm Beach
;r __'- "gno' ted'a couple of times and dropped pitch.'and no rolling or cutting'fa required rest he starts again but soon stops for Indian River and Lake Worth Steamers S Eggs. ;;

.,' dead. to satisfy the demands of the good and nothing but a derrick can Ocean S S Co Jacksonville Special Attention given to the sale of 1
(who has heard the band): most exigent For cricket you need a start him. Southern Fish. SPAMSH MACKUKL.
Drummer FEe
J i l h What aa excellent judge of magic,that. carefully prepared wicket for lawn Ry Jacksonville- Native Meats a specialty! POMPANO, BUTE fISH TROUT, SBMP
-5.- *1 tm torn .must hare been. rennis and croquet a piece of turf like Canned the flint Coo3e.s.Mr. VEGETABLE PACKERS AND SHIPPERS: HEAD, RED SNAPPER SHAD etc. !
.,' billard table and' for golf the best Your Patronage Solicited.
Newlywed (
;J; ..tII'". h .' :{*art of country: all to yourself, but ever yet saw a dead mule.reading-Nobody J S Warner & Co, MiamiWHOLESALE S.' CO SIGS1IESTS-SIUCITE-: : ;;: 'I 1
-- for quoits only need a few yards oi Market on Itanyan Street
: Vaidl1h an artificial inbrtltnte for Mrs. Newlywed (who is thinking of GROCERS: PROMPT UETCR R.
-l", vanilla to made from the up of the rough ground and you have'as good a something else acd not UstenlngDon't }- !11-12 WEST PALM BEACH. 14 Fulton
place for throwing as one can Pope &McLauun |Kksonville Ffea Karktt, BEV toILy
Scotch pin*. white a kind of rubber has any potrequire you think jour life insurance i .

ftIUIDed tmD the common birch. wWy premiums are a waste of money, John

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Carried by Fair Women for Xu Gen-
.' ARE THE SAME I INMOST COUNTRIES y What does this mean?" he asked. Palm RealEstateandInsur
tur'- nce
r In many sixteenth century portraits She hesitated. ..
Which D. one sees wound around the wrist of a "Weur"I Beach .
Ca rata N.T.r Idle Iii""s" '
noble dame a piece of rich, soft fur, arisen Palm Beach lorida.
.W.the Motley Hlwla BrUebwe fear that an obstacle has .
which was used to cover the neck or to to Drug -
M.|>Uelly U lJarlWllb-Where the IJrlda'f.A our marriage. PUBLIC=COTTAGES TO BENT.
fulfill the functions of a muff. To this "What obstacle could arise?" NOTARY .
'' Ears AN .Ie.... Urldal < 4Uction. i is'often attached little fantasy ....
some "Two hundred thousand dollars have
Store. 6-1.97 Post-Offiee Building forth oJ! i'oinelan Hefcl.
The wooing o't in many countries I an animal's bead a skull, perhnp. been bequeathed to me on condition ..

', rartes not a whit from the customs ; cleverly wrought -and adorned with that I should not-' x
4 and ceremonies iu rogue when the precious stones.
3' world ww very )'oung.. For example 1 i Like many another article of dress Tea." and Royal PoInciana PSansscy FURNITURE.

now, as centuries go. a bonfire plays I the muff vm at first the exclusive "And you choosing between the two

aa important part ot every wedding property of the nobility but when it hundred thousand and me, prefer the '
celebrated In Tarts the marriage ceremony appeared in Venice is was carried by money." -DDrugs IS- Household Sewing Maenines,

t being read before one. courtesans as weu'a by women of the such The Beat Machine )Made LJghtlRnnnJng and t .
"It is such a fortune and I have .
The planting of a fir tree is one of highest rank. The Venetian muffs a desire for it" Noiseless p'
the ceremonies attending a Swedish were very small made of a single Toilet
I left
: wedding which usually lasts several i piece of velvet, brocade or silk, lined Reuben Austin turning away Sole Agent for the famou Wall Trunk Mat
days. A peasant bride Is adorned with with fur the openings fastening wjth her without a word. It was certainly travel made to order. A Complete

her friends' trinkets, bracelets, necklaces exquisite buttons of gold and silver a strange will but Benjamin Griffin i, Fine line ofFURNITURE :R
was a strange man. lie died a bachelor Stationery and
and rings which they hang upon enriched with precious stones.
tier head neck, arms, bodice and even By 1GU2 the muff seems to have been with no particular love for anybody V
upon her shoes. Then a silver ring is recognized as a necessary adjunct of and no one had any particularlove of All description at Bock Bottom Prices both
placed In one shoe for good luck. the wardrobe of a lady of fashion.In for him. Benjamin had divided Druggist Sundries. Wholesale and RetaiL Baby Carriage*.from '6

In Norway the bride does not wear Evelyn's "Mundus Muliebrls," writ his fortune equally among seven mar np to|20. Go Carll. Refrigerators,Ice Chests, -

a wedding veil, but a big headdress ten at this time, numbers of gowns. riageable widows In the town of Bath- Prescriptions Carefully Compounded KU.
above her bone where he resided. He scarcely --
which towers high "boddices shoe buckles of perfumed
brow. knew them for he avoided the sex In East Coast Business Solicited, We have and M'
gloves, "Jonquil, tube rose frangipan a consignment Of Oak Diners
? In Bulgaria all newly married wom- orange violet narcissus jessamin. general but he knew that they were WEST PALM BEACH 6-10-96. Reed Rockers that will be sold very low. We
en are obliged to remain dumb for a ambrett and some of chicken skin for all anxious to be married again at no handle the Famous Cleveland and Rambler

month after marriage except when addressed night to keep her hands plump, soft distant day. BICYCLES. '
by their huslwuJs. When it and white" are enumerated and also The condition was that each should

Is desirable remove this restriction "three muffs of ermine, sable gray." come into possession,of her two hun- Especial attention given to our Man Orders.
permanently husband presents tier It will be noticed that my lady has dred thousand In six months ands W. Gnrantee Satisfaction both In goods and

with a gift and then she can chatterto no black muff. Many years before )!ou1d continue In possession of the fttee. Can OB as.or send in your orders to

her heart's content Charles IX, "Fidgety Killjoy" as he same as long as she remained unmarried I 15 and 17 Liars St.,JACKSONVILLE. ILL
If a girl marries in Russia withoutthe was called regulated the costumes of ; and in the event of the marriageof Subscribefor! The Sun. I ONLY tS.OO

consent of her parents she is sent the classes-the bourgeoise to use one, her share should be equally di- -21 D. E. COOPER M'i g Co.

., to prison and deprived of her share I buick muffs, and only the woman of vided among the rest.
r n f the family property. rank to carry those of various colon. The seven widows walked out of the
la Lithuania: a province of Russia At the time of the national convention house. That evening there were seven .
} It U customary that the bride's ears to Paris the muffs were large miserable men in llathboue. Six received Raw Store Mal Goods! Rock Wm Prices !I.Ttt01VIASOft I. m

should be boxed before the marriage and flat fantastic as were all the peremptory orders to cease their

ceremony. No matter how tenderhearted fashions of that time. In colonial days I attentions. The seventh a good looking -
the mother may De, she makes In America they were also very large. young mail with bright eyes and & t3 OWft
,.. It a point to administer a hearty smack but round.In honest countenance called on Mrs. City Directory.OFFICERS. ,
to her daughter In the presence of an old "Dictlonaire Amoureux"the Douglass with what result we' have
witnesses, and a note Is made of the muff is defined as "a letter box seen. Dealers in Dry Goods, Shoes, ladies' and Gentlemen'sFurnishings

act The the mother's for Intention it Is to is protect a kind lined with white satin." The six other widows watched her WU.MON WHII.LDlN-....................Karor I and .
one as reason house to see ii he repeated his visits. ,
CEO.S.ADAMS,Clerk,Awessorand Treasurer
the bride should her marriage an
In that prove she will Woman In 1n41*. They were wishing he would for her PAUL C.JONES_............Marshal We buy for cash and sell for cash go give lower prices than stores who gift
unhappy one. case
The present position of women cannot share would then tall to them. The '
credit. Our motto is, Quick sales and small profits,and no discrimination
for divorce and her plea will ALDERMEN.
sue a be better shown than by th" following last week but one before the six BOARD OF
be that .she wa forced into the mar. extract from a governmentprize months had passed Reuben Austin G KO.W.POTTER.__.._President but sell to all at same price,goods are all

nap against herm, and on that book for the girls' schools in the i was busy in the shop whistling at his JOHN B.BEACH.........._ -J.D. MATHS 11-tatt plainly marked in figures. t
core the verdict of the Judge will Bombay presidency: "If the husbandof work trying to be merry though he J. A.STRAWDERMAN CEO.I.BBASKING

be In her favor. a virtuous woman be ugly of good had lost twenty pounds since he lost CARL SCH BN1CL......... B.)(. POTTElll
e Of all the marriage rites of which or bad disposition diseased fiendish his love. Oouadl meeting! on the ist,and jd Tuesday in Established 1875.
one ever board those of Bunnah bear Irascible a drunkard, old stupid "Renbenr! each month at 730 p.m.
away the palm for conciseness and Jamb, blind deaf hot tempered poor, He turned and Mrs.
sweet simplicity Here It is upon the extremely covetous a slanderer sanding in the doorway.saw Douglass __ 'S.__ William A. Bours & Co.,
duties of
that the
dusky lady pleasing
cowardly, perfidious and immoral, I shall
"Reuben not take the
courtship devolve. She sees a youth nevertheless she ught to worship himas County Directory.

whom she deems calculated to make a god, with mind speech and per money."Do you prefer mel""Yes. Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers.;
her happy and forthwith offers him son. The wife who gives an angry ." .
a stick of candy. It he accepts her answer l to her husbaua will become a "Dearest!" COUNTY OFFICERS ,
proposal he promptly eats the token V .. ..._... Jadge t
village pariah dog; sue will also be- A.E. I1EYSEB. County :
Before the week No. 6 EAST BAY FU
was they w remarried
of affection and they are thereby .. ..., Clerk
come a female Jackal and live in an A.*.QUIMBY..... Cirel Court t
and .
made and wife. There is no further t..e other six rejoiced.In ..
maD Attorney
Uninhabited desert. The woman whojats ROB?. K. TAYM>-.FroMCtttiJig
a day or two to notification
ceremony and no witnesses are according ..___Sheriff
sweetmeats without sharing them the heirs would hear from the B.J. CHILUNGWOBTH We handle only the Best and most tellable Seeds. A complete Stack of .,
necwsary. In the act of eating alone with her husband Mill become a hen M.B.GaUBBS.. .... ..__TlX Assessor (

t this most primitive marriage rite conpfcts. )wl, living in a hollow tree. The wom- executor. I H,J.ASTH .,...............Tax CollectorE. > Hay Corn Oats Flour Bran Wheat Grits .. r
,But It. on the contrary the Mrs. Austin late Mrs. Douglass was ,
tn who walks alone without her hus- H.DIMICK.__.......__ Treuurer
youth U not willing he assures her band will become a filth eating village summoned with the rest. They found WILL H.KCSSEU Supervisor RegUlratlon Heal Cotton Seed Meal Both Bright:and Dark.AT .
that that particular kind of candy is 30W. The woman who speaks disrespectfully exactly same company present as FRANYLYNSHEEN.Surveyor

tr Dot to his taste and the maiden mustseek to her husband will be dumb on the former reading."A Z.T.KEIUtlTT_Snpt. Pablie Initraetioa WHOLESALEState -
eUewhere for one more appreciative in the next incarnation. The woman codicil to the will read six months

of her candy and of her affections. who hates her husband's relatives will ago" said the executor, "then sealed COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Agents for Fertilizer Co. '
;> In Hungary. In certain rural districts become from birth to birth, a muskrat and not to be opened until| now was at K.W.PITTS.Chairaaa.-_... Lake Worth Tygert-Allea
a very curious custom prevails living in filth." tached. That codicil it is now my G.W.LAINHA.RT.-....:.....,..Film Beach Star Brand l'ertlllzen-GBlraatll'd ...lysis, Orange and Vegetable Fertiliser.rroamt Pore

which<< is very popular among the buslness 10. read TO you.. h it is L.to DC .1'1.... J.. "n"annUD. '". ......... .-Coooaaul Grove iliUnli'DO Bone Nitrate' Superior Sola.u.the Muriate&ite4Dci of Potash.trial itniDhate will ooavmao.Send Potasa.,Kanit..etc. Them tit. y

f maidens who are not possessed of a The faming of the Sampler. hoped that no one will be unpleasantly Eo L.WHITE.., ._.............Buena VistaW. lor Catalogue i'nIo- a U-J8-8S

: dowry. On the morning of her wedding You never see girls of the presentlay disappointed in view of the terms laid .V.WISHING..__.._._._-Neptune t

'.......... it U the custom of the bride to working samplers as their mothers down In said codicil which reads thus. Coaktoionen meet .U regular session OB .. .
V. V "c'
wash the'hands and facts of the assembled and grandmothers did. The sampler 'Whereas, I, Benjamin Griffin Laving .. the lINt Monday in each'month. 'f' l
guests, who in return throw -
'f. thorough disgust for money considerations FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.
Into the bum used for these ablutionsa
In matrimonial
projectsand DADS:COBNTT.
certain sum of money which thedowvrlm entertaining a high respect for E N.[lIMICX.Palm Beach.___Senator ITTHETBEETO MY :
bride appropriates to herr matrimonial affection and SPECIALTIES
fidelity, .F.8.MORSE MiamL.._. .RepmentatiTe .
own UM.The .
have made my last will and<< testamentin !
i slmpliest and perhaps the mostImpressive COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. '
writing bearing date etc., and have
marriage ceremony hereby bequeathed the value ef IDfEKUTENDEHT rouse UfSTKCCTIOX ,
t- In nw among the Cherokee Indians. fourteen hundred thousand dollars my to Z.T.II ERRITT_..__."....-._-lemon City. t: CORNER CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS
The couple join bauds over a running IB.,
usual: or IGBOOL MA -
widows of :
etc. named
stream, which ls symbolic of the desire seven respectively J. W.JACK3ON.U irmin.CocoantttGroTe z FANCY TEAS AND COFFE>r3.
each on condition that each
that their lives shall thereafter flow shall remain permanently unmarried: K. B.KING__ ___ ....- .. --......lllpi ter x GROCERY FRESH FRUITS AND VECtrr.IQ' \-
In the channel '
on same
now I do by this my writing-which I A.W.CAJ.NETT.H'po1uso BLES IN SEASON.
An custom obtains in
hereby declare to be a codicil to my _--...-
the Island of Hlmla the d
opposite I
said will-I do hereby order' and declare '

Island Whom It of U Rhodes.peopled The earn Greeks their living by one hundred that my thousand will Is that be the under sum the of State .Directory. NEW STORE, NEW GOODS, COURTEOUS TREATMENT

by the sponge fisheries. No girl Is allowed -
stated divided said, t M
provisions among
to marry until she has brought
op a certain number of sponges which etc., provided each shall, notwithstanding EXECUTIVE DEI ARTJIENT.w. Prompt Free Delivery on Both Sides of the Lake.

must be taken from a certain depth., the temptation I have set in D.BLOXHAM................ ...Governor a
In Borne of the other Greek islands it her way, remain true .to her matri- JSU.L.WFOBD..8ecrew1 of State

Is the men who must dive for the DARNED SAMPLER OP 1796.jras monial engagement with the gentle WM. a. REYNOLDS. ,.........Comptroller J. F. OLIVER Proprietor.

sponges. If there are several suitors the aesthetic article of a half-cen- man she now lovingly professes to be JAMBS B.WHITFIBLD...."...;.._Treag rei i

tot the hand of a maiden the father ury ago. It wall worked 'on coarseDARNED the choice of her heart. WM.aLAMAR..............Attorney General t I

bestows her on the man who can bring 'In case.. _one or_any of the__said__ etc:, W)S.SHEATS ....Sup Public Instruction I un
; op the largest number of Bponges.I' should discard or tall to marry said L.B.WOMBWELL..Coa...Agriculture
man of her choice I do hereby order _._ General JACKSON
A Pretty Gift. and declare that the said sum or sums W, H.MHTON.JRSurveyorGeneral POPE & McLAURIN -! tfa: FLORIDA : I.

A cardcase makes a pretty gift The shall to her or them be forfeited andif O&cea at Tallahassee Florida. .
I' one or of the said, etc., remain
pattern given is embroidered with gold any '
bullion work on white kid; the design true to said etc.. share or shares fall U. S. SENATORS. Fruits and Produce
1 represents four-leaved clovers for good ing to the lot of those who proved untrue H.PA8CO.....,.......... ..\.,......Montocello
shall be given to her or them In S.J. MALLORY..PensacobaU. t

equal shares.' S. CONGRESSMEN. Commission Merchants. '

'The hundred thousand dollars then BOBT.W.DAVIS...*...... ..._._.....PalatkaS.
falls to Mrs. Austin who, I believe M.8PAKKMAN_....,...........Tampa
Is the only one among the within Fancy Grades of BUTTER AND OHEESE. ;
named parties who has adopted the SUPREME COURT JClDGE

course which secures a title to themont'Y U. U.MABKY.....................Cbief Justice We Solicit Your Business.We .

bequeathed." F. CARTER ........... ..Associate Justice
business ol and Will Not fill orders fromshould Courrmr-abet
solicit the
only Merchants
Cy Six disappointed women filed out of R F.TAYLOK.._........ .- buy from their home dealers. 10-11-98 !.

the room. The rest of the fortune was 'R. R. COMMISSIONERS i

--- -- divided among relatives I H. E.DAY Chairman.-.__""._.Ca 16Vi1ie I
"I was so glad that Mrs. Morley. a J. L MORGAN._ ______Jasper .Ieeee1ee11111/1e101e1111x/x/e1x111eee11ieeee1e1e11/. I I

SAMPLER OF 1797.lanvas second cousin of his, got a good share, J.)(. BRYAN._.._ ____.__Ki-dmmee, ,
with colored yarns in all sorts for I know she has a family to support JOHN L. NEELEY.Ja.Ckrk...- .-..-Artadia : GRAIN HftY ... ..! !
)f wall-papery designs and in grocsqne and is quite poor," said Mrs. Austin to Headquarter and office: of tic Buard at Tab .
alphabets. her husband but I am still more glad : : -- --
to dear.
that I was true you,
To Cultivate Grace, : < POUWY SUPPLIES. ALSO NEW.... : ;

Grace and beauty of form are wlth- Novel Tailoring.An General Directory. .. I'
n the reach of nearly every WOIWln.t .
English war correspondent in a GARDEN SEED
is said of the great! actress, Rachel .
Cuban prison sent for a tailor to make
:hat she was an ugly specimen of CALENDAR. .
womanhood in the beginning of her him a suit of clothes but on the arrival COURT : ARRIVING FRESH ALL THE TIME. : 1
of the of the shears the
man (Seventh Circuit.) I II
areer and was thoroughly aware of LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH. WRITE for
ter shortcomings. In an hour of disgust prisoner found he could ,only consult M. S. JONES .............. .._... Circuit Judge : QUOTATIONS. o
she c.teriuined to bring about a with him through the bars, and bad to J. D.BEtiliS....___........State's Attorney -
!ban e for the better In what manner stand quite close_to them to be measured SPRING TEEM. : T A M1 R "ROTTR.S. J rfnllii11g! flim'im: : I f
in a few days however, me tailor v.--- -. ---, U 1 1111 1A1A.
the did not know. As a beginning I I Owmla County let Monday in March. i i
again appeared on the scene with the .. ..
WHITE KID CARD CASE.lark ihe'orm started-to copy to poses study and beauty face In expres-every garments cut out and pinned togetherfor Orange Lake "Ii"M :.....................<.................t.M...tt..:

one of which is given in detailin i.ou from larnouj pictures and sup- fitting on, and this he accomplishedby Voluwa .. W April.
the natural size, to show the sUtch.'t demented it with an amount of care stretching his arms through the Bretard "Ii"' "

The embroidered leaf is surrounded Bestowed upon her person. She cameo window bars as before until the "fit" Dade lat Monday after 4th Monday Clarence 0.Miller Miller Lonsbotham

by gold beads, and a gold paillette' : be known as a beauty as well aa a was to his mind correct. in April.

f marks the centre. renius, and never regretted the time When the' correspondent came to FALL TERM.Osceolicounty.letMondU S. B. MILLER & CO.Estabtlhed '
wear this extraordinary suit a short
A CompUlto KcautlBar. tad patience spent in the battle with in October. _
time after be found it most satisfactory 1841-
Hot milk is the newest panacea for jgliness. Orange 3d
and well fitting-so much so that
Ills. If the face be Lake 'tli ...WHOLESALEnan
aU -
The Royal Initial. is IE. London
It being worn now with .. "
freckled otherwise W Nov
wrinkled shallow, or Voluala
afficted hot milk, says the enthusiast schools;In A-thlI certain-bcltrewa class of given Russian lathe much pride. BreMdith II a u L: n 1 "

over this new remedy, will let Monday aft..ertbe 4th Monday Comm1seIon L.ltial ersa=
letter of the
initial Empress's
in November.
produce a cure Converts declare that A Homing '-1rw.,.

the!! face after being washed with hot name.solid gold It, consists an inch of and the a quarter initial in in I A moving staircase will be a novel GOVTSIGNAL SERVICE DEPI.J. 7 Fulton Fish Market, NEW YORK. 4

milk at night feels wonderfully refreshed blue bow. Should its feature of the Paris Exposition. It .w.CRONK...,...............-- ..Observer
while the skin soon becomes height, on a become a llsK'6liOr it- will consist of an endless belt in per Observatory at Jupiter Inlet. SPANISH MACKEREL SHEEPS-HMD, BLUE FISH.
white and soft They also claim ever governess petual motion upon which it will 'je
very will entitle her to higher salary than HOUSE SERVICE. RED SNAPPER GREEN
that a generous quantity of milk poured a necessary to step to be transported GOVT LIGHT POMPANO TURTLE ETC.
the could otherwise obtain. floor to floor. Lilrht House at Jupiter Inlet. ,
Into the bath positively magical from
la removing fatigue. JAMES A.ARMOUR........._-Keeper Stencils Promptly Furnished. luott

.. )nnefi or Education. J.A. WELLS.............__... UtAsaistant
ThrM Type of Women. Mistress (angrily-"See, Bridget. Ian Not Stupidity. BENJ.WELLS............?...... *d Assistant
The average height of the French- : write my name in the dust on thlllmantelplt'Ce. A distinguished professor says that
1 The American ." what is called,stupidity is simply the U. i. LAND OFFICE. 4 4t

woman women Is 5 are feet nearly.Inch.2 inches taller-, j Bridget (admiringly)-"There's noth- Indication that a certain brain area is J.K.DARCO._._ ._..?............._....ReiPs\er.EeeeiveOflicBb SUBSCRIBE FOR THEt""ci SUN I

not properly nourished. la N.D.WAINWRIGHT -
ind. the women of Great Britain % In.. .in like education after all, Is there or without Guawille Florida.-,
communication with the at
nerve fibre.
ttH.-r than their American sisters. mum? *




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. THE' TROPICAL: here .there ia a demand for a botel of: -
1''{cNn-.pergf our hundred or.more. rooms and for el Tt1EY SAY I M.E.GRUBER HARDWARE oji
DadeC UDti. j, Florida. ...
quite a number of cottages besides, ,
and they must be ready'arly next
season.Outside. of the city the probabilities That the church Capt. "Bob." Evans t

b OT1T rtmuSNtO HUM mtAOtt dillY DADE THURSDAY.COUNTY FLORIDA.MMOUPTlOa ,are that one or,more hotels belongs to is thinking of raising him to FURNITUREMCNAi

.. PRICE, J2.00 A YEAR and a' f boarding-houses- 'on the the rank of deacon. :. :, ;,i '
, r tert4 at the Pwtoffice of West Palm Beach East Side would pay and the Hotel i That some men would rather be smart -, ... All .
Kinds of Coods.
:. :.. ; ..*atcood-daw alatLer.THVKSDAY ,. Hibiscus should be enlarged to at 'than wise.That'the. iAe00eeew Boat
Stoves Tbware,Doors,Sad ixi Wimfc
. :' < MARCH 16.1899., least double its present size. most enjoyable place for
most women is at a funeral. All Kinds of Fishing Tackle and Sporting 3oo > "
The above are the demands for accommodations '

.ACC8IUIODATIOKS WANTED. i 'for tourists for the That the Cubans want to charge- us for Gasoline Stoves. Blue Flame Kerosene on Store .
r. Glassware,Lamp and Lantern Harrison Bme.1 Ready Mixed Paint
: coming season and, it is to ue !hoped giving them their freedom. tW lIIall Orders Given Prompt AUe.b_ U-H7 a. -s
I Thore baa been a'time daring ever; that these demands will be suppliedby That people will take more about a

J' winter for user tea:years when to or- the time the tourists are here man's one vice thin of his many virtues.

--: laU were here In each numbers tbet << That the cake walk has now become a him to do now i is to write a history of X VALE. TlSE, President. C H. VALESTLVE. TreMBrW.
every hotel and boarding-honse onI national'Institution. the war for the magazines. VALENTINE

: floe! Lake va* filled to over.flowing EVERYBODY iD this section id 5 not That a Ntcarangua Canal would put an That the cheapest men are those who PRODUCE CO.

find this winter fa:tip exception happy now they should be. end to Nica'rangua revolutions.That give themselves.away.. ESTABLISHED 1870. [INCORPORATED.]

The rub of totirleta to'thin section ... the bigger the fool the better That the difference between repartee,

_. -la what Induced H.M.Flflgler: to putI' the bait when fishing for a,wife, .and insolence depends on the man'. _' > .'. 262 Washington Street, N. Y.
"EVERY THING COMES to those who
op the Royal Poinciana i Hotel four That the French have not sense That a man is no fool that can hide-

I' jean ago endthathoteli asmore wait" but it will come quicker if you enough to act sensible. his own ignorance.That Refers by permission to .

than filled the rai get up and hustle for it. possession is nine points, of the Irving National
nnutit" that That monopoly wants the earth, the Bank New York.

the next,ilumme-r the,inii tree:erected .*. whole earth and everything' in:on and law and sometimes, they-point to the. First National Bank. St.Augustine, Fla. f7

and the following winter both it'and POLITICS HAS GI"ENfAY to pineapples around the earth; penitentiary.That Bank of Bay Biscayne, Miami. Fla.
the working of the under jaw is Bradstreet's and Don's
F the Royal Poinciana tailed to lorn 8hir as a topic for discussion in this That monopoly generally seems to get .' Agencies. J
the of all trouble.
: acGommodations for the crowd that vicinity now and this is as it should what it wants. cause
ir That some selfmade men did not don Commission Merchants? in Fruits 1 Produce. t
flocked to this section. STbete be for there is more money in the latter That some neighbors will borrow everything honest job. .

fact. being patent to Mr. than in the former '..r most of the they can of,yon but trouble.

FlaKier be had plans drawn for additions residents in this part of the country That Philadelphiaa paper claim that That all politicians are not dishonestsome Represented by GEO. S. ADAMS,

,- to both the Poinciana and the the man who died there recently of are yet amateurs.

t. Inn but, recognizing the fact that an quick consumption was only a visitor in That the safest way to tell the truthto WEST PALM BEACH FLA.

i' entirety eepnrate.and 'distinct build THE I'LUAPPLE growers in this immediate that city. some men is by telephone.That ,-----.--. --

Ing would! be better,especially in case vicinity note claim they were That any blunder worth explaining"*.i- the newspaper poet is the poet of. PROfESSIONAL CARDS.'V.I. LEGAL NOTICES.

--' of fire he bad the plans for:the additions more scared than hurt by the freeze plains itself and for, the people. '

thin winter and that the That poor coffee and cheerful looks That only would-be poets write for the -- {
to the two hotel* laid on the past pros- \I ETC ALP
now are good for a fair never occupy the same table. magazines.That I NOTICE TO NON.RESIDENTS.In ;
shelf and gave orders for plans' to he pects very __
drawn for another hotel to be built pineapple crop this coming s? ason. That to have what you want is riches; but few newspaper men ever see I ATTORNEY -AT. LAW.NOTARY .

to have what other's want, is power. the error of their ways and go Into any PUBLIC. Circuit Court Sewntk Judicial Ctr ;
on or near the point on tbe south *
other business. Will practice County state tad Federal cnitof.Floridain and for Dude County. j "
rid of the railroad track That everything that rhymes is not Courts. I
No OTHER PLACE on the East Coast That gray hairs may be<< venerable but LAND CASES A SPECIALTY. Chancery.ECGE.IC 1 ;
la the meantime it that poetry j
seems some and no place on the West Coast offers they are also, sometimes, frisky. Office in TKOPICAL SP.I Block IL Dalai *
of lab voald-be advisers had secured That big-waisted women always insist West Palm Beach. Dade County. HorlJa. j ;
the attractions and is as much in favor That generally before we learn howto vs.
bis ear and told him that by that small-waisted women are tight WILLIAM 8. LUTOS.IDA M.LIJITOK j
adver.t *
i with the tourists as this.section lacers, live, we are dead. FUA lr W. POPE. WAHCM W. 1 Foreliye i
tIng! the Royal Palm 'Hotel'at Mi. .
3. evidenced the immense and That their BI.AIIMER, XKLU C. dYortgage.BLACEHERa.dCuaiie
by ever That courage is contagious but some some people enjoy own
and he could draw a of the ATTORNEY AND eH. I
increasing number of them that visit men are immune. singing more than other people do. I' UATOIS.

... tourists down tnereand so divide the .. ._. '_ .. 111 East Bay Street, j
here season after season. .t. .u That ttiAfiAoru. i.* te ho..n. thttthe worse
j uai a clock tells the.ltme bat a woman ----r- -- --
f. crowd that Ulel'woutd' be ,uo' overflow noise. 2-5-98 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA It appearing from the affidavit ot KuM,E.
i of the hotels here and the Royal .** : makes you forget it. Taylor solicitor for eo."a'.a.be !
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That when a woman once realizes she aboreentltkdean.that
Thai women and geese will both keep William S. Lteta*
c .<.!. Pals, :Instead' of remaining. nearly PERHAPS THE VOTERS of this Con'nty you from getting lonesome. is fat, she stops joking about it. .A.LEX St. CLAllt-A ltAlS, and Ida II.Uiitoa ....ourt..age of twist,.

f : empty and being run at a loss as itt will give Miami the County Seat one (21) yearn; that they are korMlJr... !
That woman commands the command That when a man gets mad at himself ATToJtNEY-AT-LAW, the State of Florida,.B bad been during the season just to the of other '
t prejudice nearly every some one else has to suffer. JACKSONVILLE, Fix tbe city Saginaw,lit.'. bl Ulchigu: ; tfct j
I would be filled with section of the whole and then Charles IL .. .
peed, guests County ers.That llaydwi ew tb*a*.of t."t,
women and jewels should That a man's reputation depends on Practice In all the Circuit CourU, State and
clad be H source of profit.la again they may not-the coming alwaysbe Federal one (21)years a Bon iUrt vf the Hl... tFlorida.
chosen by daylight. the way the; women treat him; 12-29-98. .and tbf kb tlOreet hi Mlaowa to
k} panoftnce of this plan not only election will tell the story and it may That a woman's reputation depends on affiant; aDd that Ibm b 10 per,*a U tkSm

(- the Hotel Bojral Palm but the city not be one that Miami will care to That a handsome woman.is never con what the of her .of Florida the tmltt U Mbpcna ..&.
men say ; IT C. HOOD, 31. D.
Md tuborbi of Islam)was advertised bear. tradicted. whom would bind each d.ft.oadaau,to rt4tk.r
That it is easier to ruin woman's of tbem.
f': to an enormous extent all that suni- lea That it is harder to pick out a good utation than a man's.That a rep- PHYSICIAN AND SUHGtON. It b therefore ordered that DM Mil delelrb .

mer aDd it was prognosticated that VEGETABLE GKOWEBS report proa woman than a good watermelon.That Office and Residence near Royal Poinciana ant do appear to aM.ertb bQlol eon. e
it is cowardly to bit the republi.
r Miami would be crowded with tour! pests good as the plants set out since watery eyes, a running nose, a Hotel PALM BEACH. 12-1-98 plaint la lit* bot-eiitlUe4 eaor spas tiM }

f tits the next winter as a result of the freeze are doing nicely, Some! naptha launch cough a tired feeling and cans, now that they are down. FIRST MONDAY IX APRIL A. U 19%

bed is That the good people in this section the same bring the third day tot MM ...
three days in Florida grip. B. *tt.
' 1) PUTTER M. D.
1, ttea adTertlainjr, bat .when the 1i1J. : the growe1'8 were fortunate enoughto stem mighty Ipnesome. i1e at tu'lIIceol tbsrlvrk d saW rear{,1a Juo.
:=: Pori opened we all know that the re- save some of their old plants and: That your funeral sermon won't decide Dade("ouatJ.l1ortda.
That Heaven beat Floridafor 3-23-93 PALM BEACH FLA
the what from these your destiny. only can It b further orttrrd that thb orderkatlon Ii psb r
fi snit was just opposite to an now shipping vegetables climate be .. .
; publ. I. Tie Twtnru .. *
bad, been predicted ,for the crowd and getting good returns for That it takes more than your mVuth. ',to f That you will find more D.A.. THO3IASOX, D. D. S. oewpapvr pobll.b l at Wt Pats marl,

to that winter(which was last winter everything they ship. make a noise in the world, however in Hell. company Dade Coanty,Florida,ores a wtrk for run

wu the known and That a wife can be bought for two. Office: Corner Clematis Ave. and Olive st.. eol l< ) lre&teatever
.a e packages of hairpins-in Africa I That love is heaven and heaven is : WEST Dow and ordered at Jess,Dade r-.t",
turned for lack Florida, this VttornmrwhMk.
were away 1nUA...,... I -----. :- laps.
EVERYBODY WHO HAD CHICKENS this That even at that price some .'ivesI kinds ol modern"eDWtry known to the A. F. rtYIY.OPrk .
.' of a place of any kind to put them. That comfortable shoes are the most profession. Gold crown and bridge-work a
To try to relieve the pressure on the season made money or, if not, it was would be dear in-Florida. fashionable.That specialty. Teeth extracted without pain. treats t.-,
Office Hours: q to u a. m. and i to m.
4 p.
hotels here all the guests that they their own fault tor With.fresh eggs That as there are many young men in a white necktie is not always the 102198T

selling at thirty to sixty cents a dozen town occasionally, there should be street
eoald Induce to to Miami were
go sign of a spotless reputation. NO\.RE 1DBYt1I.
there is in lamp posts for them to lean against. JJOT1CE
+ big keeping
free there but this -
firm passes even I That tome mea have such big headsit T. DANIEL,
poultry just for tbe to noth. That good manners are not always the .
did but Uttle good, for this was say makes them flatfooted to carry (hem. /* Circuit Cburt .Vt'ttlJ.'idM fin =
tourists wanted eg about what prices chickens especially best manners.That DENTIST ail Florida
where the to come That clerical coat sometimes of in mdforIn /W'C'fHlllll.

nod to stay and many of them 'put those of the frying size, Dewey furnished the admiral- a unclerical a man. covers COCOA INDIAN RIVER FLORIJJA.lI Chancery.STEPHEX .
brought. Congress only furnisbed his title. very I I I
up with say kind of accommodation, That several Dade County statesmanseem \. Bravo J. F.
t e. .That"de mortuis nil nisi bonum" don't R. MOSES, )!05o.a" rEiC.WHOLI. .
alnost to be able to here \yALLACE
just stay to be in need of new.roofs. -
THE LAKE WORTH SECTION i is the mean you can say anything bad of the .,
; A few cottages were put up on the living. That Aguinaldo will soon -be able to Successor to A. W. Robert, ...

.j Gait Side this past summer, but no Riviera of America and excels the That no man who testified about tell how it feels to be spanked by Uncle REAL ESTATE AHD INSURANCE WILLIAM 8. LaSTU.!. IDA IL taletl.eles t

;: mote hotels or additions to those already European Riviera in almost every respect limy Agent for.West Palm Beach Town Lots, also LUTOX Was W.d Yurtgaee.
beef ever swore he eat any of it. Sam.That West Palm Beach Water Work.. Burl.ICIIo: NEwg C.
and this fact the older visitorsto
,:f up as, it was said to be unnecessary some northern cities have such NOTARY PUBLIC.Clematfl BLACKMU aid UUBLC
That all want of tobacco Avenue, near Olive'Street
this section know and the vU men chewing
for, eyen if the tourists conldnot new I low death rates because no one wants to 5-21-97 West Palm Bench Florida. IL HATDCX. .
is to have it taste and make tHem .
itors find out and this accounts for nasty ,
be induced to to Miami be found dead in them.
go they It appearing: from the aaJatlt of R-oIL !R.
surely would go to Key West andNassau the eer-increasing number of v it-I I spit.That a woman don't care whether her That the nnspuo yarn is the only one GUY I. METCALF, Taylor, folldtor lor t b* rvmplaUaiU to tk* I
ors to this section every season never criticized. above entitled faa..*, that w UlUn ft. Ltei.
of which
at both places Mr. head is level or not, as long as her hat is'!
NOTARY PUBLICFor and Ida M. I Mo. .,* rrr tile if*" t.r..
t flagfor bad secured hotels to accora. will be the means of bringing more r on straight.That That a dime's worth of prevention often the State of Florida at Large. ty-one (21; )ears: that tbey are Bo ..........U

ode them, and this would divide and more here ras the seasons come i as everything is for the best, the I saves thousands of dollars, worth of Deeds, Mortgages Leases and Contract of the State of Florida, aad ar. low n.UttUvt
and go. cure. Drafted.Conveyancing the city of X Id op the crowd so that the hotels b\'re.. ee. second best get nothing. a Sjieclftlty.! thatCbarle H. IUd.. b uirrr Ik.. ... ul

would be able to handle comfortably That it is taking mire time and moneyto That politics is a man's game and All Office Work Guaranteed ill TROPICAL Legally Sux Blink.Correct 1"1'1I11-08")1" ....-Idt1t& ol lb..

AD that came this winter PERHAPS THE GOVERNMENT will get the Nicaraugua canal started thanit women children, prohibitionists aud Went Palm Beach I>*de runr.tv. llirido.T State ot IT-flda, and that kb rt.k| ate bkuo iM

The facts ns we all know* are entirety spend thousands and possibly millions will to dig it. populists better keep out of it. 10 tbd.tatec.l.B to amass Flurdathvoerrk.dwbreea.sad that. tk...r. b MI priWMI

different for this winter the of dollars in dredging several That about all Aguinaldo has left forGOING That idiots have the biggest brains. < D..- BItO1Y N, upon whom voaM Mad inch dvf..
toarkts if anything earlier miles of channel and a harbor for ** t'ltht'r.of them.
came --- 1 ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. It b therefore ordered that Ik*MM d.4ad.
sad ia bigger crowds than before Miami so as to give;: it a chance to d
erer TO MIAMI t tIf ? ICE 10 l\OS.RESIDESTS.1: Plans and specification prepared. ou <> ipitritr luea.etr tkcbiU cumplaiilla
and Palm Beach was the Mecca become commercial metropolis of X Jobbing work given prompt attention at the buve-rktltk'd r._HMM Ute

to which they all were bound and Southern Florida when leas money you are, don't bay transfer Shop on Datura Street. FIIWT MONDAY IS APRIL A. Dt hug

would give UK a channel into Lake. tickets on the tlaiu. Patronizethe In Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Cir thrum U-lnic the third 4., .4 MM IIt9tt.at .-.
'r bound andI
vbere tbt1ere to stay cult of Florida,in and forbade County.In theoffiraot
Hack men"--their tbcrtvk or saW
Worth and for "Outside car FRANKLIN bHEEN.; ; CEO. O. BUTLER OMrt.tolvbv,
'< the result baa been that fur the pastthrafweeksorsotbeRoya1Poinciana pay dredging a I Chancery. & Dade) County Fl.rlla.It .

sufficient depth to make it one of the I nages\ are on the. right hand us you SIlEEX LtUTLiit- I b /orthr or4era! the IkN ardor u| ,...

brat and finest harbors in the world go out the gate. They drive home KBAXKLIX SHEEX, 1T" SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS. Ik-atioa bot ..IoHo.be.J m Tit Tit-rv'ti "' .. anewspaper
and Ion of the hotels) the .
iJ t Flagler Hibiscus Time will tell teams and are not in the transfer t Otnce at West Film Bt'lIcbLaDdslellR.Jv I pub lo.I.eolf"* Pals Rca..h
of the Geo. C, Howe System \l outside WILLIAM S. LINTON, IDA M. Da b* Coaittv. KU.iHa.. ...
I' o I combine.; All the carriage LMTON. "ABBES w.ForE'Clo nre rub-divide.t and map fur') OMW a week (saerou'.ealite
e4 !
: the Palm Beach Cottage and Hotel drivers are familiar with all places EL.I'ilE"XELLIE C. of Mortgage uUhed. Selecting and grading land, brat.f' w",La.nun..d .
I I tug and estimating timber a riprflalt.r. Cans ordered .* Jew. LWe
r' THIS ti of the East Coast .
ISSUE Oviaty
: l Bitiera the former on the East Sides "EEJ : of interest in the town and sur- BL.U'iYER and l'HARLESH. J ful aDd correct work guaranteed. All TOILmnnicationa I'l..rl mall receive
by prompt attention. -
and the latter up at Riviera,the Ear. 'Rt'pubJic8n.l'ubli at Melbourne rounding country. Thev are courteous HA iDU. Mai,* and BIn Print at Lowe t'r1- i A. r. Qr'lltsy.
on Indian River.contaiua Ua'vaHic- and will ces. WEST: PALM BEACH FLA. U-7-M (lea it
and treat l1rtd
polite Crart.
1 man House, Green Lawn Cottage you It appearing from the affidavit of Rolt P. .

f and the larger hoteaThe! Palms and tory. The editorin bidding bid readers rights .- Taylor, Botidtor for eumplainitntr in the -- --- _-_- -- .-. J
Seminole in this farewell, says that for one whole Inquire for R. J. MATUESS above-entitled cause that William S. Linton SEUI\ULE BARBER SHOP.
the city have and Ida M. Linton are over th-: age of twen- Notice to the 1
tM has held "to Stockholders
owner on Nee
bens so crowded that they have frequently year tame ((21)years that they are uon-reHiuentH "Win. Schaiitlt Proprietor.
been obliged to turn if the Republicans of Florida would SAU'L ROUNSTHEE, of tbe State of Florida aud are now residents ( Formerly at Hotel Royal Poinclana. of the
away aid CHARLES GOSSMAX, of the city ot Sa lnaw. State of Michigan;
its and
to to continue
guests, and in addition to all this rally help L. F.. JEFFRIES.: thatCharleiiU. Hayden. over the age of Only White Barber in the Town. : Florida East Coast Tttepheai Co,

even the new cottages here in town i i' us an organ of the party in the twenty-one (21) yearn, a non-rmideut of the! West Palm Peach. Florida --- ----
State. As this has proved a vain State of Florida, and that hi' residence b Unknown -
that Mayor WLilldin bad built las Under the
LEGAL NOTICES. to alHant that there U uo pen>ou in Florida tefurt the
there is to do
nothing but
canter have all bteo !flied and more hope shot the State of HorMa the service" subpoena V s. nuu II..UI, )1. D. organization can be completed, then

part been in demand. down," Commenting further on the r upon whom would bind ouch defendants must be ten per cent of the capital

situation from the ..f TO DEBTORS AND CRED- either of them. SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN, stock
i The act, is now patent to everyone a NOTICE paid in. As oar publication of Kotkff
It U therefore ordered that tbe Bald defendants ta
r that this section is_ the place that business newspaper venture he sajs: do appear to answer the bill of complaint Also a Specialist in Gynecology. apply for charter had bees a suf Iciest

tourists are t bound to visit i every "Tbe Republicans at large through. Notice in hereby given tbat all persona having in the above-entitled eaui upon the office and residence at the Seminole Hotel length of tune in the newspaper, we are

winter and their number is increasing. out the State Lave proved iu.lifferent any demand against the E.tate of James FIRST MONDAY IX APRIL A. D. 18\J9. Room 3. 3-9-9'j now ready to orjfanue.
C. Kindvy. deceastd, are hereby notified to
every season. Bo the question now to the success or non snccee9 of a present the into thenndersUrned,duly authenticated the same being the third day of said month You are therefore rc-qlltlltfd to remit

T b what are"e going to do in the wad y party paper and it would have been within the time prescribed by law,or at Dade the County office of Florida.the clerk of Bald court,la Juno, twenty-five per cent of your mtwcriptloa
this notice will pleaded in bar i>( r o\'err. on this the fira call U stock i
providing accommodations for. a poor business man who would have It U further ordered that this order of publication First-Glass to the Trcu- r
And all person owipg aid estate are required in THE TROPICAL urer, M. B. LTman. Eaq., at ;
tbea when they get here continued to pay out money to give be published SUN s UaU..
to make Immediate payment to me.
at Wet Palm Beach
Whether Mr. Flagler; puts up a hotel people what they did not care to re GEORGE W. LAINHAKT, bade newpaper Cpunty.published Florida,once a week for four Job Fla.Please be governed

I. or builds additions to one or both ceive,'* The Republican has been n Executor tit tbe Estate consecutive week*. Printing Yours by the forttoJB: .
of Jawea C. Kintilry.Went .. very truly,
of those already up over on the East i{dean, wholesome, splendidly edited. Done and ordered at Juno, Dade County THIS P. E. C.
Floi'lda.this February 20th. 1899. TELPHO.R Co
Side makes but little differentia far''op-to,date and THE Spx Palm Beech. At the Sun Office P. II.
as newspaper, ..TbU I w entjiltb day of J anrary,A.D. i A. F. qrnrBY.Cllrt LOUD ]..., 5ettttary.

toil toad .U eoa rued for rlgbt sincerely regrets its suspension.. .. true #"*-. 1-26 9) i Circuit: Court. Miami. Fl*., February j;. ISWIII -

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Mueller and sent them back to the A ,BRAVE OFFICER) ;'
:A TBIYATE .SCRAP. firing line where they acted like good I THE BOYNTON I IA THE -
% '
; -- soldiers the rest t f the day, After the f BEA'C'H.oZa I-'
CASSIDY1 : AND ,MUELLER PALL OUT Canting: inns over ilolraney lost his STANDS AMID FLYING EUUETS AND pleasant and convenient hotel just J ....,

+ "' OYERYULRANEY'SAh.MUNITION.4 .. cht'Trons'and several months pay, and USES HIS FIELD GLASSES built: and newly furnished located on J < $
Mueller suffered even worse punish the ocean beach in the town of Boynton BEACH FLA., tJ. ..f

; OB...f thWnor IDcld....of the Sent, meut A LbtieM Colored Soldier Aroused fcy the fact of Lake Worth,twelve miles south 't
of Palm Beach. Can be reached by F. Two doors north of' office. I.
post i'
ajo_Campaign of,Which Ul torlan Wilt Removal ef Some.f IIiI CnHeU-AHr T f ,
KISSED THE HELLS FOR LUCK. E. C. R. R. or by hunch bail boat or ";
--- Make Ko UeBtloa-rhow th. American. Boy Who Wm Shot Through the head earner. '

Soldier: ladiffcrenee. ,t* Suroaa41..c.. Bat DUal rtinclL t A quiet place with pleasant surroundings BREAKFAST. LUNCHEONS AND DINNER'S" AIL CCRFirstClass $.--'
AB Account of Why Then Wu a Delay Im
;:- 4 The quarrel grew' out of a mere matter :the Ammuiiitiou In a cot alongside of Post was an- for parties who wish to'remain fora .
Brooklyn Room t
of ammunition some two hundred other Seventy-first boy, George J. period to enjoy the healthful climateof Chef, Cuisine and Service..

rounds of cartridges issued the night Much has been written about the. Hanlon, of Company D, a fever patient : Southern Florida away from the Private Dining Parlors. t j

i f before to Private tassldy of Company action of men in the fleet during thebattle also Most Impressive, to my notion, 'burl v-burty of large fashionable hotels.
E, 'Sixteenth United States Infantry. of Santiago. One story of the was his story of what happened that No formality, no stiffness, eve-ything 6@'Orders Received for Dinner Parties of Any Number and at All floats* *

PrIvate Cassidy took his place in the' action of the Brooklyn's crew was told II day of July 1st- when he reached the '!pleasant and sociable I j.I j.I 3i

trenches early In the morning, or, to the other day that illustrates the way top of San Juan hill |I Good, large pleasant rooms, and t tI .
the men below decks work during bat- I homelike j table service can be obtained'! ) '
tie more accurate, rose from his bed "My company got mixed up" said i JC j.i"
tle.. j for and upwards..
$zoo day
In the mod and per Special
water and
began :
Hanlon, "In the charge, and I pushed
,n the ammunitlon of the rates by the munth. j t HOTEL HIBISCUS Palm
g. working his Krag:. orgensen as soon -room on with the Thirteenth regulars. < Beach. P

as he could see through his sights. On Brooklyn they were stripped to the When we reached the top some of us f Call or address for further particulars, .I< A Xew Hotel on the tame altlo of Lake VT.rUt aul very aear the IU,aJ

Cassldy'a left was Private Mueller, i uff. There must be nothing In the took shelter in a blockhouse and began THE BOYX'lOX, Boynton, Fit.11 Poineiana; .:e.60 per day tad upward ...H.C1U.X, M..M|.n 'I

= two years in the service of Uncle Sam I magazine that is liable to cause frig firing from there at the opposite hills. '.

eight years'removed from the fatherland iou and a spark.; The men could There wasn't one of the enemy Insight HOLLY INN, Daytona _

but ready to give his life at any hear the shots ot the Spaniards and unless you count dead ones so JeST OPENED-- Facing the beautiful Halifax Rh"l1l1aestltle'e.....In .u ,Natal ..10 i
moment in defense of his adopted country knew that the ship was struck. They we blazed away at nothing at all for a per dill aiid upward. 1:. L.\A..u.....****. .
On Cassidy's right his old :!zould hear the roar of their own guns ,
while. But they had us dead in range,
friend and but could not see anything. CAFE. THE BUCKINGHAM St. Augustine.
,time-tried comrade Cor and it was no dream the way their SCHMID'S ,
, poral Uulrauey with whom he had When the ft-inch guns were worklag bullets played around us. _ite Alcauur Ponce d*Lea and \:...... aad among <&* dale M<.'t.

shared a common lot ever since the day at their hottest and the men were "One of the bravest things I saw in MEALS LUNCHES SERVED A LA CARTS y .:2.50 per day and upward. vr>s. r. KKSSET, Xa**..ow.i <
they left Cork together as steerage passing shells to the hoist there was

} t1 passengers. Iheir naturalization papers a slight pause. Then the sheila came the: came war happened up-he was right-here.a major of An regulars officer Cjstersia All Styles and at All Hours Send for booklet. 2.2 QEO. C. HOWE, PrOpfktW. 2 S *

bore the date, they enlisted )n deck regularly a.-aln. . . ... -- ,
same I don't know his giment-and lle&l @ SS .=- -. '"' UlllffJ ii" i
A'hen the e-Fagement was ceded weekly Tickets on Sale. .
In the
gallant Sixteenth together and
he didn't know what to aim at
and the start nak d saw we _ _ _ 4'
for nfteeu had worn the uniform gang came on I 'Ct:1SINE ----I
years and were getting a little rattled, So r SERVICE UP TO DATE ----- --
_= and shared the bard!'i>- of the service deckto ite the Cristobal Colon's finish -
what did he do but quickly walk out
somebody asked "What Uctted. .*.*.... WsetiHOTEL
; <
side mda C. H.
,by in f/ont of the block house, where the SCHMiD Proprietor. .
that wait alxutf"Oh Opposite tte eaoyat rdaclst>u'
t- It can be focally understood,therefore, Mauser' were coming thickest and TPPJTMf
:;- why Mniraney should lose his temper those Indians," said Lee, ,a proceed to study the hills with his base Building,Ctematfe AveWEVT Electric tights Rrcuktelicfo.;tetikrCOM '
and object in most forcible petty officer. "After they had greasedthe PALM BEACH. .- I PLOTS fcgftriCK t
language field-glasses, just as unconcerned as 1 .
f j w, a4 '
nose of the shell somebody said tip !>- prf PI" i
when Mueller sought to posses Cassidy's you pl ase. And every now and then :
everybody must kips it for luck and Special Kate Bj UK Wttt. .J
ammunition at a time when Cas- he would call to us who were Inside;
lidy could otter no remonstrance.' The we did. That cans d the wait of half 'Men, fix your sights at eight hundred FOR RENT. Address "
a minute. Auer that they kissed BglCH f
k, trouble with Cassidy was due to a yards and swetp the grass off the ..

Manser bullet that burned a hole every After shell.the first few shots no shell ridge of the hilL' Or again; 'Men.I MANALAPAN COTTAGE, .-- ... .. ';",
through brain and left him limp can see Spaniards over there; try a .r.
? sad ghastly In the bottom of the left that room in the fight without thousand-yard range and see It you (12: Rooms Furnlbbed at A New Houses, .. 1 .
the hugging it, telling it to v .
>. trench. Mulracey was so busy pumping gang go can't get some of them. Fire lowI HYPOLUXO BEACH. FLORIDA. .
'I lead toward Santiago that he failed out ntdo its work. The crowd never saw such nerve as that officer

to note his comrade's death until the talked to the shells as if they were had; he'd have stirred courage in palm Beach Cottage 11
: poor fellow was being removed from human.It anybody" Title hnuite occupies the moat unique location L ,1't(

the firing line Then he saw MuellerIn was: "Go up and do them "Didn't he get hit?" asked 03 Lake Worth, .i
the act ofxapproprlating two cart- 'Get up there, old 6-inch, and plug Fronting both Ocean and Lake J,
1 hole In her; Remembtr the Mainef Til tell you about that In a minute
belts filled and other almost Will Open Dec. 15.
ridge the
{ one '
' The 6-inch shells of the Brooklyndid out while he was out there, shaking In the ml'Ut of the Lareent Cocoanut Grove .
empty. Now ammunition was la the UnibMl State kern and Lake Fish ,
n )i- to be had in abundance tnat morning great work. The boys believe It bands with death, you might say, I log. Sea Bathing No Fogg. Uiuiate t'n- .
soldier in the was the send-off they got in the am- was witness to a little Incident In the lIurplUllled. Ayply to Five minutes VQaM from the
Every regiment was supposed poinciana.;
blockhouse that is worth telling about.
munition-room that helped to do It.
to have all the he BROWN
cartridges Agent
A lot of us were In there from different .
could shoot away, regardless of acjuraey regiments, some from the Thirteenth sa Ujpoluxo, l"a. Rates. $2.50 per Day. Special Weeklf Heftc. *
Bit Ow.
Caught at Game
t of aim. The two belts one over some from the Sixteenth, and
P' the shoulder and the other girt on the Here Is a story told of Patrick "'
hip were calculated to hold enough O\lara: a private In the Ninth Regulars some fourth.colored We boys from all the Twenty- AddressPALM BEACH COTTAGE :

ammunition the : : Not long ago he went to the were blazing away
to keep barrel of each
" .;rag hot from morning until the sun :colonel, who was a severe dlsciplin-: walls.through the firing-openings in the O'DONOGHDE;= Palm Beach Florida.

. went down behind Santiago. Besides, irian, for a two-weeks' leave of ab-
"Just besidt:a ie was a big nigger .' I
there boxes and boxes of the sence. .
r were
than half interested
didn't THE ALL
who seem more 'ROUND '
stuff in foot '.w ell," saiu the Colonel "what do
: piled heaps at the of the :
t in what he
vas doing. 1 saw THE
hill behind the trenches. Hut it galled FOU want a two-weeks' furlough for?" EftRMHN H0USEmi 'J
him pull a dead Spaniard out of the
I Corporal Mulraney to see another-and Patrick answered: "Me woife is
f ; I German at that-taking possession of very sick and the children are not door with a listless movement, and -- PHOTOGRAPHER Is now open for Winter Travel. I II
then pick his rifle as if he thoughttne ,
what ,once, belonged to, his chum. sell and If TO didn't mind, she would BEST ACCOYMODATIONS.-TABLE BESTTRR h1AAKR'rAPPORD9e
-- --- --- --
-- --' bore.
thing Suddenly
whole a : a I
If had for the dead (like to have me home for a few week -x3aths i In Connection.Kates .
ye any respect bullet came in with a zip along the under Ii lias-come to in West Palm -
to give her a bit of assistance"he stay
t ftfd late thim carthrldges alone said side of his guubarrel glanced i Reasonable. Short Distance from the Depot .

Uojraney with\ a scowl on his face that Colonel eyed him for a few min- against the strap, and took the skin Beach, and is.now fully prepared todo Address Mrs. s. E. EARMAN "
ites and said "Patrick I
would have scared a Spaniard to surrender : might grant off the nigger's knuckles as if they'd WEST PALM BEAJH., FLA. .

"It isn't the like of yea, ye four request, but I got a letter from been scraped with a knife. And then work to gratify his patrons. .

Dutch duffer, that can fall heir to me four wife this morning saying that shelidn't you should have seen .-e change!, liewasn't -

-11' friend Cassidy's belongings. I'll thank want you home; that you are scareu not a bit; but he was Boarding at Reasonable Rates.
i nuisance, and raised the devil whenever -
're, an' with a bad grace at that to mad enough to have charged tne whole ,
Slim belts before I you were there. She hopes I .
me a
pass Spanish alone. How ue did
won't let you have any more furoughs" army MBS. JAS. McCANN is prepared to accommodate hoarders at her
punch at your dirty face. loud to himself
swear-not just quietly Studio >11ason lc BIDet
."Pot vas all right" replied Mueller "That settles It. I I can't -and how he did grab his cart- OPD. c well known boarding houte,on,Clematis: Ave., close" to F K.C.Bdepot, *'
iefiantly. his phlegmatic blood stirred suppose" ridges and begin to shoot!
then? said Pat.
by the heat of battle. "Cahiidy vast get; the furlough of the WEST PALM BEACH. v- CALL HER RATES
"No; I'm afraid not, Patrick. Itwoultln't "Speaking of cartridges, some ox FOR AND ROOMS, -0. W't
good feller all rIght undone toldt boys run short uecause they had .

:ace I could,,haf,,dose ammunitions ven the be circumstances.well for me" to do sounder thrown away a lot in their haversacks .

y Ie vas-" ; but I had pet two beltfuls In a Chinese
t8 the
It Patrick's turn
"Ye lie, yer Dutch robber," cried Mul- was now eye pair of socks and pinned them inside Laundry z
colonel, as he started for the door. ,
.' raney, dropping his rifle and shaking topping suddenly, he said: my shirt with safety-pins. So I had NEW SEMINOLE HOTELOnly

his thim fist under carthridges Mueller's down nose.this minnlt Ye'lljut "Colonel?" can I say, something to from plenty.behind And a I brick was chimney peppering when away one WO KEE J Proprietor.:>>

)f 111 make yea wish a Mauser, had fez of the Thirteenth lads called out to
"Certainly, Patrick; what is it? Brick Hotel in Town.
ithrnck instid of me fist. .
ye 'Come
"You won't get mad, Colonel If Isay me; over here Seventy-one; Shirts lOc
"I you no liar," retorted Mueller also it?" I've got a fine shot for yon.' OIH-B Front .......- ... ...... 1 fur 25c t

Iropping his rifle, "undt I can vip any "Certainly not Patrick what is it?" "I looked around and saw him Collar.............. ............ ....._. 214c WEST PALM BEACH:, FLA

Irish dog robber who-." "I there ; standing by a window that was barred Cults .. .............?................;c ,
want to
This pointed allusion to the fact that Jars in this room say and are I'm twp one of splendid them. with iron, but had no sash to it. Hen Udieu' Shirt waists .... _.. ............,15c THE' :' SE'IINOLE IIas recently been completed, built!. the mat. : --

Uulraney had once been a "striker"for [ was never married In my loife." as kneeling on the floor, just showinghis stantial manner and elegantly furnished; lite.ui. /-
his captain was more than Mulraney head over the sill and lookingat FIRST-LASS WORK GUARANTEED on high ground fronting Lake Worth and commanding
cared to stand and his brawny 1 the Spanish line. lIe was a nice
.ed view each ana
the Maine Cau way guests enjoy perpetual breezes
.: urn straightened with litunning: effect looking lad not a day over twentyone Banyan Street,WEST PALM BEACH, I I
in Muellers cheek. Almost as quickly Almost everybody has heard of and his face was smooth as a 3-2 I Cuisine and Service Strictly amaPifiCCllt.7b6V 'I
Tom the cat that was found on the
:he German's fist landed on Mnlraney'soose girl's. -- ---- ---

and .hen, to the wonder of their superstructure ot the Maine after the 'All right,' said I, going over to Rates: '2 per day and up. Special Bate ly 1
explosion Mrs. Charles D. $igs- Mathushek PianosAre
comrades on either side the two men says him; 'where's your shot?'
went down together striking, kicking Dee. Tom was wounded in one foot There' said he, pointing to one of GEORGE ZAPF Manager:
ind doubtless feeling blue ianos With Name ll-J-97 ,
and biting with complete indifference was very the hills; 'nobody's fired at that one' i a. ,
for fierce battle In Before ndeed. with his favorite sleeping-place Pianos That Have A
the progress. yet, but I'm sure the dagos are there. Reputation
either combatant had inflicted any lestroyed, no trll'udly.hands to minster Set your sights at six hundred yards second to none. They are the --- --- u.!
to his wants, and nothing but
particular harm upon his opponent a and' we'll try it together. kind that: have stood the test of t tr
rater and ruin on every side! How
young tbe lieutenant men back interfered\o their places and ordered with- lad he must have been to hear voice "So I fixed my sights and we both time an have satisfied the most THE TRAVELERS-:
fired the window with
out rifles :
hat he knew and to be taken board : our
: the assurance that each would suffer on I critical musicians in every way.
resting on the ledge. As drew backI
.he United States steamer Fern, in
severely for such a flagrant breach of Havana harbor! A few days after, he saw there was something queer with They Are Not SEW MANAGIUIENf.f

liscipline."Ye'll settle fer thim cartridges_ ylt was placed upon a chair to have his the boy and noticed a splash of red on old style pianos that have been FELIX GARCIA Prop. Jacksonville Fla. !
the lobe of his ear just like a coral ,
icture taken. This chair ,
) was a large
I'm now, Patchy remarked rented for and then offered
teUln'le bead. years .......
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Mulraney lieutenant a bail moment passed later out,of when hearing."Ye the. !rom the wreck of the Maine. Tom 'Did they wing you? I asked, and as "grsat bargains," nor are I Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Paths, Complete Set vice. '

at in It, and tried to look pleasant even as I spoke he staggered against they "cheap, low-grade" pianos I
need ammunition when I
get through won't wid ye. Ye'U he cryin' is the photographer told him. lIe felt the'wall and turned around so that I male to sell "al half price. The Best $2.00 per day Hotel in Florida. ?*
saw him full in the face. There was a
for the surgeon instid of stealin' the seaceful, his foot was well he had Take car at the Uniolll.lepotand ask Conductor to atop at IJM Tr.vekr
C lust eaten his favorite meal of fists, hole in the other side just at the Every Piano Is New, J.xq/
belts off of dead min
t tad the first pose was a success. A cheekbone, that I could have put my and every part is made in the .
"Dot vas all right, was the stereotyped second was attempted. Tom was al finger in. He had been shot clean -.I
of Mueller delivered Factory,
response through the head.
nost and looking Sappy, i
i between shots that were fired at a.renarkable asleep, very which is a that it will
when Bruiser, the Fern's dog;-a big, 'Poor chap I said; and lifted him guarantee ; .
elevation. "Shnst you vait rough fellow with 'a loud bark, and over behind! the chimney, where I had last a lifetime. .,.
undil der lefteoant sets away mud I sharp white teeth-came near. Tom bet>o. lIe didn't speak. I left him

rill[li-UK punch." your- hoot gooa und blenty irched his back like a contortionistit there.and went to the door, thinking Why__ Take_.Chances__ First-Class-.. i' ,
tnat 1 might see lieu Gross on cheap when the O.d .
------ a circus. His tail swelled, and the a nurse I pianos .
... For a few minutes both men pulled fur stood out till he seemed twice his somewhere about. And sure enough, and Reliable Mathushek can be I '..' e
their triggers with a fair degree of there was one bending over a man -
natural size and the second picture
; so bought at prices and terms to .,
f.'.. regularity notwithstanding the eon- was taken. stretched on the ground. It was the e t
( itant exchange of civIlities which they Tom wa quite a navy; cat. He was major who had been giving us the snit you? There are more than '

:QuId not forgo. To the few soldiers brought on board the Maine, by an ranges. 15,000 Mathushek Pianos in -U JOB WORK : .

e In the Immediate vicinity the affair )tli<'Cr who toot him from the United 'Is he hurt bad I asked. the South. "You Should Have. .

bad degenerated Into nothing morel States steamer Minnesota' where he I "The Red Cross man had the major's One." ,

f than a talking contest, but Mulraney' !:aad been I don't know how long. If shirt open, looking at his wound. 'He's Genuine Mathushek Pianosare ;
:' hanged the situation suddenly when Tom Is still on shipboard he must feel shot through the heart,' he said. .
; he discovered that no commissioned only sold by "
: very frightened w-ien the big guns are 'Can you come In here a minute
i ,.t jfflcers were near enough to balk his\ urW, and I fear his tail will become when you get through with him?* LUDUEX & BATES' S. 31. H. At THE SUN Office: i

icheme for vengeance. ;sariranently>> large, and his back a conJnual There's a Thirteenth boy Just been Fred Kahn Manager. u. ... :
*If ye're not a coward yea roll down bowl! However, Bruiser left the hit. ;
;, the hill a bit of a ways behind the United States steamer Fern atter a 'flit.where, r i I 29 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. 1 :

trench," Mulraney muttered to his foe while and appeared on board the St. 'In the head. I .

l "an whin I meet ye at the bottom may Paul at Philadelphia. He was a 'Hold him by the Jowls,' he said

hlyln bev mercy" on ye+ befoore I'm ;plucky, lively fellow, full of fun, and 'until I corned So I held him by the __ u _t
trough wid ye. no respecter of persons. lIe would : jowls, and then he spoke for the first G. I.I IDNER & SON

Mueller looked to the rear and saw |lust as soon rush into the captain's time, and what he said was this: 'Say, ,

t steep slope of nearly fifty feet, andtangted robin as Into the galley. Poor Bruiser! Seventy-one, I done my duty didn't

)_ A growth of shrubbery at the lIe was only a cur, although, while he ir Jewelersand Chas. M. WeishansSTATE

: bottom lIe glanced along the line In was a puppy, be concealed his ple- "1 told him he did. ,

both directions and saw no shoulder aelan pedigree. In a short time however 'I '1 had my face toward 'em when Opticians.Souvenir

traps nearer than a dozen files, and h>i showed his cur-like qualities they got me didn't IVH --- AGENT FOR-

then accepted the challenge by casting lad was Bent on shore 'Sure did'
himself out of the trench and swiftly you Spoons, Sea Shells,
i rolling towaru the shrubbery. Beforebe 'oat Sword in Apierlca. Well,' he went on quite cheerful Curios, Novelties, Toys,

had traversed half the distance One of the most interesting results like 'I may get through this, and if I Lea her Goods, Longman & Martinez Paints I
do I'll have another crack at 'em. Cut
Mulraney was descending in the same af the admiration of the masses for Musical Goods and Strings,
fashion and a resumption of hostilities Admiral Winfield Scott Schley is the if I don't why, I ain't got no kickcomin' Fishing Tackle,

>nsued Immediately upon his drrlval at "People's Sword" The Philadelphia for there'll' be others to stay 1 Photos, i

the foot of the slope. .Tiroes" engineered the subscriptions here with me. Stationery Ink. Lime, Brick, Shingles,
j "That was the last I saw of him, for v "" rL "' L- T-'
beautiful gift and in thirty- -- -r
Historians will make no note of this .for this NEWS DEPOT-DAILY PAPERS.
I it raised the splendid sum j I the lied Cross man came in then and I
mcident of the fighting before Santiago I four days!: Cement and Coal Tar.
because there were thousands of other 11f i $3.617.1(1( Much of this amount was went back to my firing lie was a ____ __ a
Incident Illustrating the utter indiffer- '' xmtributed In pennies, nickels and game hey, though wasn't he? Fibs Watch Jewelry ReDairin[

of the American soldier to his limes, and while the most of It came
ere""' :endings in time of battle and hisr I Srorn residents of Philadelphia and The lUuoo, FirS door North o( Eiitranre Agent for Sickler's Peerless Cement Pla&ter 3j

ess to occupy himself with mat. Jakey-Yy did your fadder approve J-2&
t. i: '{f a purely personal nature. It I Con-tributions I!lof Bachel-l our suit told Rachtl him? dot WEST PALM ,BEACH-- FLORIDA, 13 South Hogan St., Jacksonville, Florida. 104149v ,
took all ,
might be stated parrnthically that ahip is you' "' -

captain separated Mulrauey and :rom the loyal South. 1 said Tltb interest _. ;:%._ :..Wi.

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long breath ud fought tU way to the ,THE PEPP R-BOX TRICK. -

bottom against the buoyaat..watersThey CITY MEAT MARKET
roared and thundered In his earl An Interesting and Amusing Trick Easily ,

and made the'red sparks'come In his . "-,, -DE-ILEB ur-; "

t tI eyes ta he strove to see in the dull current Procure a common pepper-box, and
His foot'slipped on somethingsoft get & Unman to unsolder the bottom, .. ', '" WESTERN | FLORIDA MEATS,

h felt like flesh. Instantly he and then fasten on to it a tube of tin ,
stooped and his hand under the :' POULTRY,JJUTTEB and EGGS.
slipped that will just fit the : <.
body,and'atrore'tb,lift it to the sur Uke a telescope. At ,,-- -
( SOME ,PS. AND... Q*, ,face. this'tube a slit must Game in Season. J. p. MENDEL, Proprietor.

But' Thomas .was caught in some let a quarter slip ,' 2-i999 WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA
,- Pray little dada and lasses gay, weed or' was clutching it, Joe never of the box a duplicate ..''.

f M ettQft tht ,Lot tote.' b W'.which., :It took a wrench to dislodge tened,leaving inside

...".. As'"' -through'-..-- world you- wend'yoaf< ,, him.and when it seemed he couldstand will rattle when NEW and STYLISH---
;'."-' ..a way- it no longer the body came Up. l trick. Take tbS box ......
your"p's.tad ,'... scarcely heavier than the water and ask one'of the -
: i Joe got the breath he was dying for. and to mark it that it $ P ,
r'd< while P stands for sad v *
1"4. pun Joe clutched Thomas' long foretop, With the right hand LADIES' NOTIONS .
;i ,.ilM2! *, and, swam for the side of the rivet and request that the JCST RECEIVED; AT- 1
: )lor pltas&ntneas and
plays nearest where 'the other boys were the boL It will of
T i patience and for promptitude Fred and Sandy, Carmichael ............
for. .peace, politeness. ,, praise stripped plunged In tollye, a hand

leads when they saw him rise to the surface I .., .
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< it pert ,
"Reynolds!" ,gasped Joe between. .. .
5 1* pinches, pests and pale. ATTENTION MERCHANTS!
breaths, "llght-a fire-Quick! 1
r rarer** an<| petulant'and! pry; iIl >.
: ..4a4'aJ oH ta profane? Reynolds and Will Carmichael began ;,:-:- .'.
frantically to gather up dried leaves "
Q'stands for Quaker quietness. and dead grass'and last year's weeds BOTTLING WORKS ',t

Bars qu1ntEi, quality, into a bonfire, that sent up its first Is ,
prepared deliver, Exrarss Pur AID, to all responsible parties
rot "quickness'and' for queenlinesa wreath and crackling blaze as the Ibud

'Vor'4tutttt'tnd: free. splashing of the boys' feet in the shallows BOTTLED SODA, POP, GINGER ALE, etc., j
announced that they had brought :
;.it.herjjds quake and quail, their burden to land. Patronage of Dade County Merchants Solicited and Satishctli.a Gsirasued.- !

t erilotttTlndeed.ogives + "0, he's dead! He's dead!" whim C. CASTELLAXO. L'rop. MIAMI. FLA. t
.tf1 : I quarrels quips and pered Reynolds when he saw how i ntf 1

,tt V4rk4AM stark. and ghastly, the white flgare-look. !i -u '
.r uek* it series at need. el: + -

I "He will be If you don't do some TIlK Psrrai- ,'>; "
I T Thw watch thea little, maid. and 'thing1! said Jot "Make that fire burn Into your left hand. ', LITTLE BROS.

and some darnicks as big as
!.: oaiJaIAi.::: ""*'" fast' get push up the ;
er' For fotU-wtU',1OOB excuse two fists In there to heat"
your and the box
: Full' many a fault and foible, when Reynolds. had got,the.stones,i<( the rattle passing it, and ask FERTILIZER ,and PHOSPHATE COMPANY
: Tw mini year p's and Q'S. fire and was alternately fanning the ,
shall fly to, a -
t blue,and piling on'the fuel a handful the left), and "as a I Jacksonville Florida.If
WHAf O>>DIB ENQW. time not ta smother It out. .
t- at a so as is!"at the same time
"We want-something to cover him "
fall into the cup .
CoieA 2 Just beginning to have with," said Joe. Now Fred, don't you "
i Joe wu now again in the you are requiring Fertilizers for
let his t nllle. Will you rub his : Vegetable,
ft really good time with the.peutervilieboys. ; go appears so. -
He was supposed to be paying hands. Sandy you take his feet. 0, bold the money fast Pineapples, etc., write to us and we can give you ,

,. m.ltl"t.V".t.\ l lt. ,;' -pkYtadiAant Em harder Harder! Rub harder! Reynolds vent detection. ,,,, more value for
your other Man .
soon those stones money
>>* ruy put in t.h".9't' u as you get Is now down any

:' lading oat hoft.differentCentervllU! hot let ms know," In,the meantime so? Place the cup ufacturer or dealer in this State or from any
t was from NewYorkvand bow> like boys ,Jp'-wa .kii eung astride the prostrate falls! Is it the .
He,pressed both hands on, the I other State. Write for pamphlets, prices, etc.,
i" ,-. tree the iafl4 coyer. Nice boys In.Qen.tervllle body. sure it is; there's !
eat; hetefautsind'Dididn't;: floating ribs till the air gushed out of pletes the to above address. ..1I.98GEO.
..< have to tease'Aunt Emmellne at all to the throat. Then relaxing the pressure I' routine Indicated

!- .let aim do so. But of come,, whea ItJ. he let the elastic ribs spring back can be easily :E
..*..t.o-pWq Jn.tho shade oohsCu1tabfl ud the air rush in.. .Again and again legerdemain.. .
and rbragsln* there and yet again, with regular movements,
: eoulp.pe e'no doubt that.New York ex 'as" if one were Inhaling and exhaling Elepbaat v* 'do::) our H. MALTBY
>; He listened for the heart beat ',
ceed/dtcentivlue; and Joe kept Will deeply A pugnacious .
and 'Alexander. Carmlchael and No sound. flew into the. ,
t JItAb1"QI>artd-,J' ed'Mer$ and "They're hot?" cried Reynolds. Central Park
-: Hen Thomas as. much entranced u '"Roll 'em over here" answered Joe. and began picking ---DEALER IN---

JUrco Polo $dt4the (i:>: end.time with,bis itgrjeaaboutthe far tonging them and partly)' by pushing The mammoth and
t- east' them. got two hot stones at Thomas'feet did not see each FURNITURE, WINDOW SHADES

"h TW&Thottaswant at'all pleased: Itt : "Wrap 'em up In something, so until the former In ,

nay bebecaue he,was the biggest! and they won't lose their heat too fast tion, nearly placed MATTINGS / OILCLOTH.
r. was JusWabout'\ the' IIi when ,he Keep, his feet, covered up. Now, get on the latter. The
Bought be was the smartest. He bad two s sorep here bY'hit armpits. And of fuss and feathers -
_t .' kWB 'indiffulsediy 'admired'by,'th4fcr tell Gibbs of.er,there to stop crying and his thoughtless act

f .boy,tin IPe,Coiep,came.s ,go fps doctor!" battle and at IIFFUNERAl SUPPLIES IN STOCK
..t..t sneered, Hen Tre heard Reynolds'ahoutsd across the darkestingri.ver phant's face. The ,
> to the scared boy to, run for oI
hreftellQre.baddaigau astonished, and
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.la : ':\\prtfcDowell.; and'to be sure and tell clone his I Practice
.tl4.feueri? JiiJgyi.thet K' through the Latest Methods in Embalming the Dead. '
: iinrto'come: over by the Covered
Yom the booses tab o close together 'at. cloud of hay and.
tfctf tecVeachptberr"tkejjdoBo,1 bridge.not lost sight of, ,
l' } protested Joe. i going to give it up .for a When the air Masonic Block West Palm Beach Fla. '
role hour yet," promised Joe. "I've I
thebo1l to-
.Ot440ut scorned all the
!f. was seen on qu
heard of people working longer thai)
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getbs shake of the
t' Joe had ,his ,blood ,ups an4 there that and still rescuing drowned per*, tough, though Do You Want a
.- veold have been a regular quarrel then scat 1're heard of them workln&gw1Iou ed the little fellow >
.. Get some more hot stones? Pul t ?
and there if Upnkey" Reynolds.had floor and looked o.:1" We have them to Sell,and if we have STEAMBOAT
'.zzi where can. It's better to burn L
fat come along- 'that moment and you antagonist none on hand tosnit,we can build
: him than to let him die." 1\1111 Just-what you want. I
whlcV everybody
F; held, BB.twa.togert Thus they stood
t 1:11: wI'.meau. "Let's go'awtmmin1." 'Joe steadily pumped air Into th .. 1..",,+1. fn. a ; .
reWVe uicaui iiu
lungs of Thomas, pressur"'rNt;' : relax we are also PreparedTo
f :Theiratt i'trooped off. forgetting the the elephant! I\
$Q&< Jo*:was as glad:..'anybody -rest In the quiet evening air towards the \11 Furnish
that they.were going swimming,' That they heard the thunder of a honi'i I. outstretched wings '-

van a sport lajhklj> h was act to *e hoofs.trotting In the covered bridge : threw himself, wit
f' Outfits for
beets; He was"at the head' of the and then the crash of buggy wheels end of the II Pumping Irrigation.Write .
ales there.'He knew tricky la iwisfHUffJhat striking the gravel of the road outside, came a gentle

zone of till boys is Centers A feeble flutter made Itself felt under elephant's lungs,
f or call on us for Anything in
q.' ".1Ir- l Brae up to hint and he could do "Hooray! shrilled Joe and the ot''". The little fellow

"i la*.,etuahoat".aad"tres4: water." era Joined io the chorus as they chafed 'as a parting look Merrill-Stevens Co.
1 : aid aU the regulation acts, besides; .be- at the flesh now beginning to loss a nist, mounted to Engineering ,
, t'- tag a swl4*ajjd enduring swimmer;with Uttle of' its chill. disappeared

::. thMillorVstroie,.. Just then there came a crashing JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Jacksonville .
t;( JeVgcrto'tellini'about'the surf at through the underbrush, and Dr, Mc- Ama.tnK Sun

t Loll Branch and the undertow and tilt Dowell ran down to where the excited Take a hard 12-24"98 ,:aOPBIETOB Marine Railways.

I 1, tides and,all. when Hen Thomas, who boys were. i on the edge of a !
Ii |and ti-torment smaller.boys, slipped "00 41! Good!" he cried when he of the pointing

t Q behind him and pushed him underwater saw f hat had been done "You are boys er end to keep it I
- r ia the middle of a word. Joe out of ten thousand. There's mighty flat wound a

: f;: can VD gsiplng\ and choking and full little left for mi to do." body of the egg a
5" ef wrath. He shot water with his hole i "Dress. him the best way you can, tlon''can be

.: low palm Into Hen's face.vTablg .' now.." string quickly, ftment GI1EN I G. ST Ot11VIiil.
i :, fellow gasped for breath, but They were getting him into big spinning for some .
: If dragged .J out where It was deeper clothes when Henry's eyes opened, plate. There is 3
t f' and held him under until Joe's bead closed and then opened again. He saw standing an egg .. .. -: DtAUUt IN. S's
; rung and his ribs nearly burst In the Jot CovelL It seemed to anger him new Columbus "'" -

, .t;,. effort, not to breathe. There wu something He snarled "You think you're' smartdon't Instead of "' :;> :;: Staple ,and Fancy Groceries
< in Hen ,::/ ,
, !f. like Jealousy growing your'"Don't plate one can also .)" ,
Thomas' heart and a wild sense of you mind him. said Dr MeDowtlL q l
room, like a top
I ... wrong raging Joe's.' "You: boys know'how to'mafc. well twisted cord. Grain and all Food Supplies. I''

t,. He and the others made for the bank a saddle by crossing your wrists. That'sright essarily strike in ..' ,
, where their clothes were. Now him '
carry right through while spinning, -.-
"Left fo a 'r'P leave him.? said there and III take him home in my ficial egg instead .. ',
r t, Will CamlehaeL "l know! a place downy buggy.. Don't you mind him my boy," for darning 8 COUNTRY PRODUOE

;. i, > ths3opptiru baikVa little,turther he said putting his arm around Jo. able" egg can be Always Fresh. Kept in StocL
. down stream that's pretty near as deep "He'll be aU right when he knows whatyou've around the floor of Fine Stationery
Wel1wade where the Your Patronage Solicited. -
u this. across done for him. ing force keeps up
\- :t: little island is and go swimming on the' And so he was. There was nothing

'. 1 otW. f1!'," Henry Thomas would not do for Joe Bringing Two ? "I 4-14 West 'palm l3eacb, Fla.
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.n ii> started offaU 'but-"Hooky"
Covet and the very next day Mr. Take two cents,
OlbbL Either he didn't want to come Thomas himself brought Joe a beautl- fully placed in i

i': with them,. or he was afraid of Hen fat pone v and said- "Thla la 9nlll'. T. right Viand with.... I
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. wish I could give you hope and little finger, ,
They had crossed the river from the you'll put it to as good use as what you I Then,' place at a '
U4.9..iftgiTbomu: :was. on'and trotted do know. each other, both
ea homeward meaning to cross by the ble, the left palm MRS. J. HANDELSHAN
t covered bridge. They followed' the narrow A Hovel Craft. fingers of the ,
': f path* winding:in and out among Two mechanics of East Oakland, CaL,
" Will Formerly V:RS. J. FRANK, has returned from New .
the basfces w Qth.baiu.. and,as theychattered have constructed and patented a novel York.
City, and is nON ready to serve lady and gentlemen
; along Will Carmichael called craft designed for use on the Yukon customers. Come to
,. out: "Cheese it, fellows! What's'that River and which they claim can travelas
hallo wing!."* speedily on ice and snow. The boat i.

Htlpl Help! He's drowning! consists of two long tubes of aluminum, c THE BOSTON STORE

: 'i\ !\ 'It was "Hooky" Gibbs' provided with a rudder and double You.

:1': Mtolc1-j runners' for use when the boat is pro ..
f- They ran up stream toward the Syca- pelted over the ice or ,snow-covered HEADQUARTERS FORLadies'
::;- more swimming hole. Glbbs was out ground. The motive power is the sameas "- -.-
in the stream up to his:waist pointing' on a bicycle, scoop-formed pedals : and Gents' Shoes, Dry Goods, Millinery,

sz to. the deep hole and shrieking. working in water, and the same can BKG1IMXG Ladies' Sailors and Waists, and
As they ran Joe tore off his clothes, also be used on the ice and snow-cover turning the hands
and as they got opposite where Gibbs ed ground in addition to rubber-tired the right hand Gents' Furnishings.CLOTHING.. : {

-Iy' stood shivering and crying, he dashed wheel perceived, into the .

_UaE' ? af hta swiftest,stroke make the transit
"Ho down there about," moaned aerrta'e Dram. countable tf the
R.I "He said.he,bad a cramp.".Joe In the Servian army the big drum is spectators. By .
-.''. \4itGhn.tnt fetched I1OthiJ I.'Again fizel on a two-wheeled cart which is front and not at ; i
v ant again he came up shook the water dram by a large trained dog. The itor, this illusion WEST PALM BEACH and MIAML i i
O&t of hu ales and nostrils, toe* a good drummer walks behind the cart. un never be i ia 1I


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.- BURKHARDTS West Palm Beach, Mar. 16, 1899.
_BEGINNING MARCH 19. Tell Alfi I How do you 1ake such'nlce Briad? .
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..... Daily the above is asked There 'tecret
-.ltla ( Tc ebr Wltk CM t'r question us. BO :
Conm.nl by Mm. K. FlalaerPnpared c.ae 1t7 Wau' K. P1ekerabj.t.'Cbrist'th. 'K.l'IaiYr.for G;Mnl E..dlsg-.r : ... .- about it, of course. The Flour must be'all right;.. that being
,for.Uio of I.e.,_ asdltsmil.e.-, Good Shepherd,*JohB ,!>{ J. it -
J .*lr.tt'., -e.U..u&e'1..1 C...ft$ good, depends entirely upon the YEAST. ;
7 .} ,ror QuaUdcntioBibeUU iry,"I Cor.. .18-0....**Ttttj "1 Am tk*Good A--, '
g J ar 1447. '(Temperance...thal.) hard, tho 'Good lIa.p"'r4 Glvvth fife (A TMap.rM.. M.UBC). We_ use a Pure Barley Malt Yeast. '=n <*

a Many,different thoughts can.be taken JLUo for UM -sheep. Job*< 10; 11. Attempted self-mastery. a We now have it on sale v
own will power to what causes
from our Scripture lessonand in 1 "Verily, verily; I unto 2 OZS. will make loaves cents.Directions' '
say yon many lire to be wrecked by the ( ) 5 .
connection1th ,the. temperance question He that entereth not by the door into of drink. lien of
strong strong
.. z'c 8.Ome may so twist Paul's advice the sheepfold -cllmbeth for use are plainly printed. Follow them, and
up some ality and will
to the Corinthians as to take from the great power say the result is a sure enough
other way the same is a thief and .a can: take a drink or leave it .
teaching that we must be temperate "' : or '
robber, : hey continue to'drink with the 1 Sweet Loaf of Ught Bread '
? In all things. It does teach that and ,
t" more and it la the "more" that should are The told sheep"are folds not covered of the East we nslon that they can stop if they Such as our store !a famous for, and sold by tu ia limited
buildings but t
too often find
that they ta/} '
attract the attention all Epworth like but quantities O"1y. You'll nevermore! waste time or patienf
stables enclosures
our. mere -
Teachers The meeting Is to be in the surrounded wall with the demon .until they are- over spoiled or sour bread if you use our Yeast 'Th rc'* the
by of loose
a stones .
pletely under hIs control and .
.3 Interest of the temperance cause and with thorn-bushes secret of "Our Wood Bread"t* a
upon the top or a
that King Alcohol baa
BO the application of the, truths taughtin palisade but usually an effectual L. W. BURKHARDT Finest Groceries. '
the four verses of our lesson shouldbe firmly within his'grasp. ,
along.that line. barrier against the wolves "although Much better is it to make'lure
"there are sometimes within them
Tears '"moderatlon"was the self-mastery, like DanleJ"l and! Use the
ago low flat buildings for shelter In 9
severe pose la our own heart notl9.d
a, general temperance but In the -"" l
weather- ourselves with the king's'"wine
onward march of Methodism

strides have been taken in this great great door 2 "But is the'be shepherd that entereth of the In by; the" meat Worldly wise people may INDIAN BITER AND LAKE WORTH 'STEAMBOAT'

cause, and today our church declares sheep. that it is. good for us HE {

g "the saloon la evil only evil, and that lIe that cometh in the lawful or drink wine; It,was this same : ..
proper manner, thus fulfills\ the .
continually. In regards to the method shep that was brought to bear on -mrrW1UCN- '

a: of suppressing uommlUee's that' report evil our which Temperance herd 3 "To idea.him the porter openetb; and him when why the should prince the of the king eunuchs see the umns of TiTUSVllLE, ROCKLED6E, JENSEN AND PALM &EACH j

the, sheep hear his voice and he call. .
s : of him and his friends worse(or
was ratified by the General Conference *
eth his own sheep by and lead- CONDENSED SCHEDULE
name than they should be. But Daniel
"We Prohibition
E says are a t -< JK .]
eth them out"The
church." It is to be regretted that all to the'steward who was set over On and after Tuesday February 14th, 1899.' ,
la 'r.- -'*
the *
our members do not ."toe the mark" porter door-keeper, or "Prove thy servants; fats did so, -i
that has been drawn by the church guard who sees that only the proper was convinced that Daniel was ; -aOUTB BOUSD.- -.. :A
persons nave access to the sheepfold. In what be purposed, as he was "
but those of us who are walking in the
r ,light of the Standard set by our church Alford says: "The Holy Spirit U' in refusing to partake... ,.of".Jhe Leave Titusvhle, daily except Sunday and Wednesday, .. :. ;4.00 p u .'j

should firmly press the battle against -especially he who opens- the door to wine and meat. Arrive Rockledge, ,ug sa V 11

King Alcohol. No goodwill come the shepherds; see frequent uses of The open saloon is a;Mending Leave Titusville, daily except Sunday and.Wednesdays. tlOOpm10.00am
those do march this symbolism by the apostate:-Acts tation to who aw !'\leak In ,
from berating who not many Arrive Jensen and 1
Daily except Monday Thursday .
1427; I Cor. 16:9 II Cor. 2:12 CoL "
r with the cuurih. even though they are ; ; flesh and the fact that it is
numbered among its members. Our .::3." by,law makes It doubly Leave Titusville, Mondays,Tuesdays and_Fridays, .. \ 'J ....:*.&.00 p m ,

chunh-bas declared that this evil must This idea of the Oriental care of the youth of our land. It is true Arrive Palm Beach following day ., ;' ..2.30 p m .
be over turown and we as loyal members sheep, will enable ra to see how clear the Scriptures say "Blessed is the : 'I
should, sw that the declaration ly Jesus Impressed his great truth who endureth temptation butt!! '-lIiOIiTfl: BOCSD. 'r ]
Is put into effectCompfmtse upon the people to whom he spokr, 1: 13 also says "Let no mantsay, Leave Palm Beach Mondays Thursday.9.00 J I
a a
is worse than, open and we can get a clearer'conceptionof he is tempted I am tempted .f, '
1-- friendship. it ourselves. for God cannot be tempted with Arrive Titnsville, following day, 12.SO p m '

..;, Unrelenting hostility to the liquor 4 "And when he putteth forth his neither tempteth,he any man." Leave Jensen daily except Thursday and Saturday ." '8.C} po 1

1.. traffic and ail Its ramifications 1s the own sheep he goeth before them and to God does not 'want us to Arrive Titusville, daily except Sundays and Mondays; ". 12.30 p m

,' only solution of the question. the sheep follow him: for they know leave temptation In the way of Leave Rockledge and
daily except Sundays Wednesdays, 9.0) m
voice"T p
License laws permit, and as our As active members of the ';t,1 .
l church says that we should prohibit he Oriental shepherds do not drive Endeavor Society we have tillyrts14u'' SUN Arrive Titusvdle, ,12.30,.. P m 1

asjoyal Methodists cannot but lead their sheep. So Jesus as in pledge that will strive
f we support out we
t- the license system. our Shepherd leads us in the way we whatever he would like to have H. GAILLARD Mgr. T.,T. REESE Agt., CHAS.,.DAVIES, Cea. AIL,' 1

i U we profess to oppose the saloon ovght to go and If' we would keep do. This la a TOW we have made St.Augustine, Fla. Palm Beach Fla. Titusville. Fh. -

,': and continue to support laws or lawmakers numbered among those of his fold the Lord in connection with
that support the license we must follow "In His Step ._ -
temperance cause, are we fulfilling '
{f. system, our opposition to strong drink 5 "And a stranger will they not Are we doing what he would

; can well be likened to the one who follow, but will flee from him; for nave us uo toward overthrowing

it runs uncertainly In the 'race, and our they know not the voice of strangers." liquor traffic. If we stood Florida East Coast

it fighting like beating the air, Jesus says his sheep will not know shoulder for, the utter Ry.

t. Paul after Jesus came Into his heart the voice of Strangers! It is a lament- the awful curse..victory would .. .

1: fought the good ,fight of faith aa able fact that few professed Christians Inscribed upon our banners. I TIME TABLE KO. IT, IN EFFXCT.JAI& fl. 15*

t: though, he really was in earnest He could stand that test of discipleship Ephesians 6: 10-18 tells 11.8' b 1

.1 did not run uncertainly In the race ; this beautiful lesson taught be sure of eltmuterye SOOTH BOUND (Bwd Don). SOBTH SOTC9 < ** 0!kOOp

that was before him, and.in his great personally by our Saviour, ought to the Lord." Those'who' have been NO X3.U
'" warfare he did. not fight as one who cause' us to live closer to his side! and dieted.to strong drink and desire It The Dkily aTlTiONL y 1i.N
I. beats the air. love him so much that a word front free from its power, can do so py7 : Is ""'+ tllg Daily Ezra >M

i Paul was enab.ed to get the mastery him will always mean an.Instantaneous ting on the,whole armor of Goo; : T llOa ilOaLv..N .JtekBOQTilla........AZr t { IYO. .

by keeping'his.body, and ,all the desires recognition from us. trusting in the power of his ,:,' ICQi a9Gpl4 410.AtN..N... uria ......... / '.. 1 eu
1 10 Ha 446. ,.. ., .
'j< and lusts of the flesh under sub 6 "This parable spake Jesus unto>> We may be sorely tried anu "I'i UlOa.U&ut .M $tLAaga1Ua..N.N.A. life) ,1N .N tat... *

r jection. That experience is what wan them; but they understood not' what about by the enemy of our souls,,. S..... N.. >*.. >**.. ***
must have if would things which he Mite 0 Lv. 1
we "swing they were spake we are faithful God will give us
ciear" 01 all entanglements in the way unto them." to and also :' ,"" .1 NN .N ...... 49 IteMOb..liT *wp 1m .
overcome, give us a a I Ha1040t L.. "" ,..,Af .. ... ,
of suppressing the saloon. Those who beard Jesus knew all of life, and;being numbered among ..... Rpu ...,,r.... -! 'e ..N ..,,. tmfe
When we, as Methodists and Ep- about the sheepfolds and the habitsof overcomers: we shalbeotibe .. ../N 1(' Y .N ,., N..ylrlaad.N NMN .M. /tut
worth Leaguers "so run that we may the sheep.also the customs of the the second death. This.should a .,.,, lisp 19 t KlK ..D ... a ..,... j,' /
A in ...........,}M ..... ... =ii .
\obtain, we.will run (or go) in the path' shepherds, but ,they did not Understand tally be a comforting thought to I. *jyffta g% .N1. 1M"
11 Ua .
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our church says is the only one that the spiritual truths he taught in who are tempted by saloons on ? : ......,. ..O EiU......I.I..M.t '
4 goes that way, and that Is the Avenue the parable tor Allegory)'l'which he every corner:' through holding ..1.. ..N IN.Yp e. NN1.NN1 : 1'1'i. .. .. Baia..I. .
I..r4My .. .
called "Prohibition Many do not spake unto them. N NN NN, N. M.NN 1
God until the end. we will all some 11 }y Y..iMNNII iff ..I.M.
like the came and no doubt are justified 7 "Then said 'Jesus unto them be where the devil and his agents ..N 4.. 19 ).NNNN N. NN 1. N.Nn.N 4 NI..NN.. N,.a,.. Itto
In not liking ,the actions 01 some ... 8ftS gl .. ...
again. Verily, verily 1 say unto you tempt us no'more for evert NN. N.N.r. + .Nr.N. .N. n..N.N r .N

who are in,that calling ,others but t6 come likes and and"run" I am tie door of the sheep."* Now the Lord hl'llls11I, to so.run her'k .NN...... NN..... 1 ..... : N.NNrN,1 N..N WN. .N.NN..N..._,,N_ r 1._.. -.N.N.. NN., u .r.N.

way, our By and through him ,alone may we 'we may obtain the prim but when rtismg .N.N NN NN. .NNN..N. SI.N N.N. .N. .. 1
dUUkes_should be cast to the winds. ... .. .. ..
gain access reach heaven; we sh&3! Mr* It;* 'ft uU. ''IN 4 L. : N1N / .N. lAt N. ...AN 338ft' %
We should the .M
so get mastery over ourselves r MINNN.N INN
8 "All u>at ever came before me are' he helps us to keep ourrbdy S..,.. NIII n.N. MYMNNLrr.aliN .NNNN. 11 ...h ...N N.N. .
that we will die out to everyfling thieves and robbers: but the sheep did and so have the self-mastery ... .N ..... .. NNN.NJN..w MN.Y w .*...' .. .. ....
that will bonder ns in our'onward shall have NNN NN... ..wtY.i..N NN1 : / ,.< '..' .N.N
hear them. yonder city we a
not .. S .
march to success., Victory la ,..,.. .N..N. N. N..NMN.
sure if we are hue to the attitude "Not: all teachers or' propa but body, and sing. forever the .. i ...... NN.... w.Jya Mt..N. 1124S1XUK4- N.N.t. .s...
all who t the our God. ar M..NN .R..a NN.W aka ..
came professing w.
taken by our church and League Con- 1 IiEpLt r.r... NrAt ... Op
,.110 tloJ1l. Messiah. They may have I! Q>..r "'.. .r. Irks : : .
followers, but the child Cod .U" MEDIUM
With so much sorrow caused by The most remarkable body of : ; f. : 4

Strong drink so miny lives destroyed did not hear them.. In the world lies Jn the vicinity :.: '.. :. .N.N...... 10 Ota e .! .ry. t r.. w1. .NN NN......
by its work. and so many for whom 0 "I am the door: by jaeflpany man : the Colorado river, Southern- ... 'e.1 r.N..t... ..N ...p: 4 .....

Christ died led to a drunkard's grave enter In, he shall be saved, and shallgo I fornia. In this region of ugly lira "Nara" .......,. hti..d. tlty. .......r.... /Ob 'Y r. .
in and and find
surely we can sacrifice everything of out pasture. canoes, desolate wastes and
minor importance and rally as one After we enter the 'sheepfold swamps the strangest BETWEEN NEW 8MTBKA AND OBAKGE CITY 4U2CCTIO

man around the battle-cry of. "The through faith In, him we are 'saved all is what naturalists call a II I A_ a a.

'- saloon must go." from the destructive power of sin. of ink."' No other description fits (; e..... ..........-. .. SmYftl&.e.u..............N. .._.. 4'i .- .
By knowing his voice and loving .to Of. Any. i IN... .r.11.11...... .....Lak.H.l.a ........:....;... ... ..:. f&4p f
well J" f ........__.N..NN..N \ .Oran.. ov........._..I..:._: : .
: : JUNIOR LEAGUE TOPICS: be under' his control, we may go In The strange, black fluid that I 00aAr.......... ..: .. ...Oru as" 11Uietloa.-.... Na I'-! 4 a :-
and out but we will not be led Into the lake bears no resemblance All tntlat b>t..MII New gmyrea and Ofta>i qty anc ion Pifly ie p> i''
forbidden pastures because we "will .
Ellsha, probably was near Jericho not know another's voice." water, Havana and' Nassau
The pool of Ink is situated West
X.. where was one of the schools of the Key .
10 "The thief cometh not but for .
half a mile from a volcano.
for the place could not havebeen
prophets, D1'WJ:8T, The ateaathip"Qty'.fKey 'West".t Ui..J'1ortda IIuICJDIItICompaA11.
to steal, and. to kill and to de- about In The .
an area.
very far from Jordan. The I acre ...,.. Shams foryyRed: 0Ia lioaday.,Wldueda1l u4 J'r4In.! ,. Ydnt.i. .
school was not large enough for the stroy; I am come that they might have is coated with gray ashes from train bm Jacb'DYW" about U fl3 p. a.arriving'EIY West am day si.. f
number of pupils nnd they wished to life, and that they might have it i volcanoes to the thickness of Lwn Key wuuao p. a. (standard time)oaToMda",Tk1U'ld.l1a as4 talasdate a. a
HTiai Miami nest oraim U tin to eonsast wiA north bond trata.HJLVAKJL .
more abundantly. PAPER .
six inches, thus concealing IU
build a new one. AU the people living ur. "!, t ,
In that neighborhood, with Ellsha The thief comes to steal and to kill; nature. 'l', : The StauuUp "Ltscob" of tU Florida Bast Oowt StMBtUy ara
the river whose the best other shepherds can do ,U Experiment has proved that .,..Miami far Havana oa bBa4 Tt. and Wadneaday after arrital of train troa aouwrYWe.
down to on
went about 11 O Ha at sopp. .. ]b naadnw Ura.
Po m"arrtTiaiat vans B :-
to those under
their black fluid of lake is
but the cot
banks the largest trees would grow. protect care { Leave Havana TmMdays and Fridays at 10:aQ a. m. (standard Umt).-.-.m. lllataajd8alOTdajltaUin
S_ S And began to cut them down. The our Shepherd does greater things than ous. It. acts as a dye and = RsdAda'a .to ooan.ot with north bound sra1. "

-j general supply of axes was not enough these: he not only keeps us safe In goods soaked in.it keep their color NASSAU. Mnla tar the winter. aeaaoa begins January. 10lisA.' Pre .wadmCtezMloBowai ,

-- for the extraordinary work and the hollow of his hand-he also gives months, even when exposed to .

some bad to be borrowed; while they us life, and so as the revised ver- sun. They also acquire a i In Thef FROM MIAML J'KOB XA BAV.

2 were cutting, the end of one of these sion has it he came "that we might similar to that :produced by ",l4araMdJ'ridaJ..rU1W1IO\oJ'.1>> Wednesdays and Saturdays. Jaxury U

borrowed axes flew into the river, have it abundantly starch., The ,fluid has been rnry4.Uondtys. to February 4.' .

The people were por, aud the supply 11 "I am the good shepherd: the but its component parts have not Wednesdays J'rIdal..rebTueada11, Thandays tad Satuoars,F.b-

must have been distant, so that the good shepherd giveth his life. for the made) nown. As to the source of rusty s t. Mrch 8LTatodtyt rauyTtoAprilL .

loss of an ax was fat Ellsha broughtthe sheep." supply of the lake, nothing ApnlSl and fridftya. April 4 a to Wednesdays April 89. and Saturdays.. 7 April 9 to

end of the ax to the surface. lie David was a good shepherd, and has been ascertained. It Is -
I KlamIIoII4 NIiiH" 4::0)Po m. ol d ya*4wtul. aninM MAeitiatUoa
-Elisha-: was a helpful servant of risked his life when he slew the lion edly of volcanic origin but neatartniag,

God ready to help the people In their and the bear In defending his ,flock, ,more definite Is known. ; CouecUona m amt with Ward Liu BUamus (o sad tram .8uttaf sad
5 everyday affairs. Following this directly and Jesus gave his fife that we might This is a bad land'ii( tial: J $ TFLORIDA.seas ae pfu go*,Qubft,oa dates.

we read that the King of Syria have life (everlasting joy) for ever. been traversed. Human beings 'l'Mtt'l'lmeTr.b1tlllhowihe time t which m.iDnnd boats m.j be ezpeetad to wriv*taft
warred against Israel and Elisha 12 "But he that is a hlreing and tried it but they never:return to : rep from the aeveral scans and port bat tbetr arrival or de D4rtBr M the U me.
of their experiences of their I\&ted Is wt p&rIatetd.or doM tto Oomptay hold iuolf respcm lW. tell toy delay.t warned the Kings of Israel not to go not the shepherd whose own the sheepare "" &J'181q theretrom.

or pail different places because there not seeth the wolf coming, and eries. rSy of local time card Duns.,8M Wed Bay Btmt,JaekIoaYiIlt..1iS4rttt _

"- were the Syrians so the King of Syria leaveth the sheep and fleeth; and the Solid Alcohol. . I A F. MCKWTTH.Tra.mo Ku.qv. S\. eagaatlae .J. Do EAKNU, L 9.. PA.. ,
could! not find them. The servant of wolf catcheth them and scattereth i,
One of the most useful of recent -
this king said that ElI ba the Prophet the sheep." mestic inventions is the -- I
the cause of it so the King at
was The Eastern shepherd Js usuallythe
by alcohol is hardened and made
set to work to find ElIsha. He
once owner or the son of the owner of small cylindrical pieces which Ocean Steamship Company
told that Elisha was at Dolhan
was the flock, and a "hireling" Is 'one who packed in patent tin cans and
'I and Immediately sent horses and chariots to be hired for the ,
happens only day for cooking, lighting and Beating
host down. They came "SAVANNAH LINE
and great
and he has no Interest In the flock the various purposes of every day ..
In the morning whenE11Jha' '
at night
excepting what he shall receive for This haa been patented'
servant got up-he was dreadfully process '
his work. German chemist It absolutely Florida 4 < "
but Elisha said "fear
frightened 13 "The hireling fleeth because he moves the danger of explosion and .

Dot"than They for they that that be be against for us us are, EUsha more la a hireling" and careth not for' the little tin, package containing the Bate Sheet To New York 4 And Boston. '

sheep. of alcohol is invaluable In the tltc .
and God let his servant see ,
r a prayed vUlon-the mountain lull of horses That is, those who only'want the' or the bed room; as it is always re A Short Rail Ride to Savannah, Thence k
' remuneration and care nothing about for use On the road or in the
; and chariots;-thU comforted for him. the duties involved. is equally of I service and can be A Short Sea Voyage. ; \
God has just as strange ways answering -
" the prayers of those who love 14 "I am the good shepherd, and I used,as a,night lamp, or in any Sailing from Savannah: .
-.o and known of cumstances where
know sheep am a temporary
my ,
and fulfil his promises now,- -
Is needed. It burns without be Sent Ap-
a' on
Spirits who minister to those that mine. 6 Ships Each Week 6 '
'hall be heirs of stlvation. What we J5: "As the Father knoweth me It can be blown out Itteruse. "
what even so know I the Father: and I lay within a single minute after being .
want to do is open our eyes to see '
there", AU the progress in the world down my life for the, sheep." tlnguished it Is'as hard as ever. AU ticket agents and hotels are supplied with sailing scheduled: Write if gen

has been through opening the eyes to He not only knows us, but we also eral information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation, or call on .
before know him and even as the Father r" ..,I}.. '
things unseen so
see la the in nature religious life seeing new seen &noweth him, even so he knows us. In Geneva there Is an electrical ) E. H. HINTON, Traffic Manager, WALTER HAWKINS, Pla. Pass !:?t.,

of Clod, of heaven. )Even the inmost recesses: of,our heartsare man, or'at'least a substitute for Savannah, Ga. Jacksonville Pla. 6ro g8
--- open to him. postman: In high houses letters "

A tlUrmry Salad. 18 "And other sheep have which ly dropped Into the box provided -. -

<< A pleasant diversion for a'party of are not of this fold: them, also I must an .electric bell on.the floor to .k- .,

young people is a 'literary salad." bring, and they shall hear my voice; they are going,and actuate an -- Indian River Nurseries
b Well known lines of poetry are written and there shall be one fold and one matic hydraulic lift which carries :, : :f'-'. .

on bits of paper folded up and placed shepherd." letter up to the.floor, and descends '
Citrus Trees of Soar and Lemon \
Budded variety Orange
the next every oil Stock; aLto fell
In salad bowl Each those who
jumble were
all In a The "other sheep" ,
t line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to this section, in- 1
who draws must read the line him their
received as
r person had not yet
eluding Budded Mangoes SO Varieties of Crotons, 25 Varieties ofloo !
and the author. If the them Tko Worm Will Tin.A I
! aloud guess shepherd. He is still gathering
I 98 Palms Roses, Strawberry Plants, Pineapple Sups Etc. I
guess ls wrong, the drawer must'pay a Into his sheepfold and in the Spirit colored woman'ln 'I
fine a rent is best but often five cents all are in the one fold (or flock) now. Ky.. has brought a 12.000 suit i.i I h JOHN B. BEACH, Proprietor, -:- WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.

II demanded Books :of references ]and in the city of, our, God,we shall. a railroad tonll'rtnlttlng'! white .
In of to ride In the "Jim Crow" car with I
gbpald be at hand case dWpute.l I b e together ladee&R .- -

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: 'c-: Coefrtgational .Cbueb. preached to ways BO'fir.. ; S Mingin, Ches f ,
; I
:, Mod sued .audience last Sunday mora two sides to every question and it holds E Warner Mrs E Warner Great Bar. I ter; Pa ;, G A Birch and wife Mrs J J I Who visit Jacksonville are invited to visit '

.... .' < ls*is M Prayer.? .The text. wu, found_ good even in the matter' of catching fish DgtOllk. Mass; Miss A B Crosby, Milton I MiIesRinsseIaerNY_ ; Martha Coon ,

::.. fiJobzitzsJ in I 'thia favoite resort for fishermen and Cotta : 'W B Coaley and wife JnoF, >Jensen, Pta ;Miss Williams, Monticello, f sJewelrySt ore t 1

::.'.-..' What' h theAlMltitr that wevhosld wrve I so a party found ,ort week 'before last Phillips Mrs J Bogle, Chicago;J H Gro- Fla ; J Boyle. J S:LeFfls, Jacksonvills ; Largest r

;: lug'; Art vbat profit. skoatd ttn Left. w* though they bated to a-lmit it a"dare, enback Philadelphia; Wm A Anderson, H H Taylor and wife, Detroit;J C Bates, I EAST BAY A -4

:. saj into DimT not likely to give as a subsidy as pay Wn H YanOrsdall, Mt Vernon, N Y ; U P Dees. Savannah ; W U Parettie,, ; 25 STREET* i1 1.I 1.
No book- for tellinlon them but for all that we Q W Bowsko Str St Sebastian ; W Jones and
_< ia the Bible baa exercised'thecontroversial i intend '--- ---- --i 073. __ _.. '.Bncxland.__.. Ohio; Henrr, D:11- ..... .. .-.. _.. wife I JACf. .( ONVIlI. P:
powers of IUD more than to giye'tbe_facts, :.as we learned -r uu wue, AUlwankee; Capt John --"c:. r j ; suss uuie feasel..Jacksonville -- -- "-. ,

: '* the poo of Job. The controversy has them so our readers can know that we, t1011St0 .Str St&bastkn; c R GaUlard! ; J Wheaton and wife, Pink.iQreenleaf JJ J'

I. % bceo oattk question whether we are ton are willing and ready to tell the truth' H K eandmifeJAP; Rogers L reckt Ky ; W A Greenwood Denver Crosby Co.t.

& S cooaiacr the book as a poetical allegory about this section even if it, is not'always Rayoo., iTew'York"City; Mrs P U Marx, Colo; Mrs Geo H Humphreys, Urbana .- : ,

or t real narrative. We incline, to thetfcoBfbt.thatitisareal I as favorable as we*could wish. W U Baxter, Miami. Fla; L I Mefzger,: : Ohio ;. A B' Stevenson and wife,. P P

1 'narrative from On the day 'referred to the sloop' Indianapolis ;' Mrs J A Maxwell.; Miss Smith and wife Miss Elizabeth Smith. t. .irtbdalf and Wedding| Presents... jJ .

W die reference*to Job in Ezekiel. m : 14, totm," Capt. T. .Ta U1DaD. master' Charlotte Maxwell Miss Clara'Ayres, B Miss E May Ripley. Miss Tillie Stevenson e e e e e1 eg
-." drew up at the railroad wharf Q John C Stevenson > e & Q '
; aadjsn' svaads. took Ayresj;Q'Pperl Sa,dnsky, ,Ohio ; J N Pittsburg, Pa ; ,
: J bwuIchman1iing.omevbefeIn on board MessrsHarry Leach, J, P Fnlgbam; New York'C'ty ; Jas E Chambers Chas Larned Boston ; S D Lee. Roches -- .:

the Ei.. .We are introduced to him on Bollingsworth L. Seckel, L. G. LeBour- ilex J Gcode, Delrsy, Flat R ,S terN Y; J C Losee. New York City ; ,FUN AND FACTS. Correction.

the swasih height of prosperity and then vean VU J.Speakman, Henry Baldwin Rowland. Wjnston, N C ; Richard Wil Fha Wisehart, Middletown. Ind. -

,f .b the vslley adversity. S. C. Spring.'Chas. M.Keller;Miss Rosa I liamson, Philadelphia ; D Dudley, St : g.e L HIM S.- It having been stated in your issue of I

Property, children and friends all Keller E.A. Peters and wife, J. H. Col- Augustine ; Chas A Wilkrd and wife, The_Florida Lime. Witty Sayings Interspersed With the ajd nit, and also in a ptrvkms laeue

gone. The cost severe affliction of all ver wife and two children all guests at L Muncie: ad ; ,Capt JlJ: Andrewsv>!den, I Business Bargains. that the Episcopal Church in West Pain .* '

!; was when his professed friends who I the Seminole.' and two other parties Pin ; Mrs'Gary Franklin. Muncie, Ind The common Florida lime is said by S., Beach was built with money raised by

[ cante to condole with him informed him whose names we failed to learn so we S Steckel, B L Steckel: Doylestown Pa; experts to be the best of its family in "Did fall Tasked the Ladies' Guild, I deem it only right ,;

; that he was a liar snd a hypocrite ; that will call them the'unknown and his.'!j W Northrop, St Augustine ; D2- ; every quality that makes it valuable. one of the you the efflciou8 and just to others concerned that the :

I be was' guilty of some hidden sin and L friend. Sit Thompson, Fla I N & C ; Ceo E An It i i.tof medium size a rice shape full man who had slipped on true acts should be known,so th&t.w1aife .

Cod wai pnnishlnf him for his wicked. was early in the day when they r drews, Ankona, Fla; Mrs J H Somers, of juice quick in growth and has one of the ice. "Falll"1 roared the man i' not in any way discounting the efforts of

; : u.; God at the same tine bad test-!. started and they expected to catch all the Cleveland, Ohio ; Mrs J'q$)mers. Co the pleasan est acids known for making] withejingljr JUno ; I merely sat downto the Ladies' Guild, no slight may be feltby

fed 4'the parity character of Job. | fish,they wanted betorr. and be back in lumbns. Ohio : N S uvjuui 1Il\vntn.i% xi" D____ a palatable bevera-e. One of.. (-tT1tjflaTV--_. think over this exoansinn or ----;--- nn..otion'Pbiladelphia '1"---... other friends_ who-haw.- VSn--
; ,8o e; lathe dsys 'of Job, wanted to time for, dinner and everything' seemed ton, Boynton.Fi;: EE'Ba'kfwnAlle.! size is enough make a tat ge-sized'glass / North Ameri ed in various ways in the upbuilding of

f tocw what prof there'was in prayer- favorable as the wind was fair the gheny Pa ; A P Painter. Clyde Line ; of "1'meade," and, on this account, is can. the churrh.

, 4 p :"M eld qntstkm and one asked today.PPt weather fine, hooks and lines plentifuland J M Chambers St Louis ; Frank Caner one of the most economical fruits to use Supplies of all kinds for everybody at The following is the correct statement

[ will cetsider the question of..prayerthi squids and bait abundant. ti II J Charles. Jacksonville ;' T W for acid drinks, as none of it is wasted. Clematis Avenue Supply Store. to date, as taken from the minute-book:

t l coming. First prayer is Instinct.s The party stopped it'Reve d Ete a Broderick.illM'sford Cenn ; N T Burn. The fact that it can be easily squeezed You know," said the Church lot, donated by Mrs..L, Mar.
Ivt'and uivernl. All nations and peo- time on their way up and duly admired h aiM 6"Mrs E M Pciton and daugh with the fingers alone is also a point in rather vin. by arrangement with Mr. Hagler.

C tf:/ plea'u t all religions pray. We may this fine property of Mr Cragin's ter, Jacksonville! Mrs'CrTLindenberg, its favor when a person wants a drink ina plaintively "you said that Amount raised by Ladle Guild (work
f f and then proceeded to Fitts Island trolling L hurry and squeezers are' yon would pay me if I came to-day" and donations
] ocficct prayer b prosperity,bat let some LindeubergN Frankenberg, Colum ient. not conven "Well ) to May, 1898 and ex

I r : great trouble come,on the individual orMtion t all the way and nat even getting a bus, Ohio ;Than McKennan and wife, A The answered Mr. Bildew, 'you pended upon the church building,

; :: and we all pray When Garfield I bite much to their surprise and disgust W Leohe, F R Chaddock, Pittsburg. Pa shriveled little dwarf lime of must bear in mind that human nature $531-40-
Mexico is
i I \. was dying from the blow of an assassin, bnt with anticipations of better luck on C W Gardi.er Miami, Fla; J B Terry; the favorite acid employed in I is human nature. .The best of Windows and doors, presented by the

j the.RepoblK, North Sooth, East and I their return trip they took in the wonders Miss N E Terry New York City; David seems making to the be "sours" of California and I us sometimes say things that we are 1. Church of BetLesdabytheSea.'IIu, ;
and preferred ,
West, and the nations of Europe knelt t beauties of the noted Island resort McFarlane. Jatnesville, Pa ; G A Wor- Drivate to lemons in many sorry for."-Wasbington Star. 'r50. i
I I and about half past eleven hoisted ley I Miami, Fla A W houses, owing to its-wild flavor ; Mr. R. Houe cash donation
r *t bedside of the rrcsidentandsenl I ; Bole F "fe C 2o. I
: sail for home thinking of course; that Co J W Ry yet it U rare to find the handsome juicy Stenographer,Typewriter. Miss Quinn. Mrs. J. b. Beach
; Staiger cash donation
1. apt.AIuazhtyGodpryerstor there Chicago; P L Paul and lime of Florida Clematis Avenue and Olive Street West |lo.
of President Garfield. with the fair wind then blowing a half r I daughter, New Smyrna 0 in any sort of a house on I Palm Beach : Miss L. Hindry, cash donation

i i ...eowy Wi.'we an illustration today, In I a boor or so would bring them the three I T lVSU1___1- wxiicacn, _Fla. ,;Pta C P; Gilbert, the Atlantic Coast of the- .- United-_.. st.-"t.o...... I _\rr.....--.....tu?i cumgion_,,-.. ,casa. oonaUoa5._ ,_'1.
or four miles Wby? might be asked. Widson-I wonder
froni there to, town and it i Jacksonville The reasons no what induced Mr. Geo. cash
Hra hotd C B Maltby
York Iks.fiyonng ,nun not I ; Cady Ciacinnati Chr donation $5 .
.- would but for the wind which, being ; doubt are various: but the main one is Jumkins to marry his typewriter. Mr. R. G. ;:
be is with fever as [ Scheidecker New York Snlzner gratuitous
***? 33i? sick ; be has : City : L G Le that work :
:. ... the k>ve" of thV'Anglo-Saxon and fid:1e"u. woman's mind took it upon Bouneau. Jacksonyi.)]! J W C I no determined effort has been made Booler-Why, didn't'you know $too. Mr. Suitnetbaa also kindly prom.
.My other peoples. Prsytrs have gone i itself to die nearly out by the time the Salem,Ohio;Mr aud !Mrs N W Hastings Boyle to introduce U U the notice of hotel that he'd been trying for years to geta ised to seat the church free of cost. i

boat with its buugry load had arrived Mrs C H keepers. proprietors of restaurants and typewriter of his Mr. L. W. Burkhaidt
: ,196) Cod from Christian temples and Clark. Mrs E J Stillman, Troy, barrooms own-Roxbury donation of
about opposite Riviera and the tide N Y or advertise its merits among lamps, $io.
)(. atdu4ueqlln and Buddhistic'du1faa being ; R G Hardee, Sebastian Fla; Ceo private families. Gazette. I
: lor the of against them forced their skipper to take H Spring End wife I Mr. T. D. Brown, donation of chancel
recovery Rodrard Kip- to'poling Jacksonville ; G S We have an idea that if the excellent Dr. R. F. Whitehurst, Specialist. t
so as to make furniture
Howard lumber.
any headway at ; ,
wife All
and child diseases of the
Malone of Bicycle
X Y qualities the lime successfully
all and ; were made knows
*... principally by this mode of propulsion G W Tomlinson treated. Will be found N. Y. Prayer-Book
3.W..u pray In trouble. The question' and wife, Lancaster, Pa; it would supplant the lemon at Society, gift of
'MIM ft do aay goodf" "Does it reach in the rest of the trip was finished J R Travis and wife, Miss M Travis, Miss ilies on the ground of among alone. Adams' Bicycle Hospital. twenty-five prayer-books and eight

II : tbejew of tb* Almighty 'God?" and time, bat it took a good long- time 10that S Travis, Indianapolis; Will Zeig1er,wire Lemons are worth at economy least ten cents "'Wbatdo they mean by'tacking?' bibles. :
it was all of four a Ladies'
:: ," OKI travail$ aaytMnf?" we want tokftftw noon that the o'clock tired in the after., and daughter Attica, Ind ; F H Felley 1 dozen at retail, while two dozen limes asked a young woman! on her first Guild donation of chancel
hungry, and hangings.
,Jf, wr,believe the Bible we say r; solemn and wife, Ft.Wayne, laid ; Prowers, cau be. obtained for'that sum and sail of ayoung woman who
procession ,
yet on The
*Ye4," Take the tut of Jacob, 'HeM the railroad was to be seen marching up Gainesville, Fla; M C CarrollrF E C Ry; I eaoa lime is as good as a lemon. This her second. thanks of the, Mission are also due !
: to Ha n de from his Justly incensed wharf and into town to try Mr and Mrs Gps Wattles to Messrs. W. Whilldin Wm. Kelso, W.
.. Buffalo. N Y a saving which "
to bunt ;;; poor families at least, "Why, said the wise in E.
-bratifcer_. "-. ,;'skpt,oath'.*.ground- i.,05. << p-! peaie their up something a Det te. which- to sp> J. PaWr. ,_New u York City; F Thomison would like to make., for a dime ia._ an important ,ful arM-noi... ., "fAt. one:- :.._a*. carebiasUelea.Ex. LL ", h Glenn oOftY'4. Carl- _Shrebnick_ and_ others
t --T --
i JIM"Q... YIIIOI ; ,ne assured um. pro- As the pet resuU of the trip bad Lansing Mich ; J j L Roys, Lyons N Y; matter with them these hard -'yr- wu.AIUI".1I JU.-JU8t kind----EUUCS nave not at nand for their

....itftatJ'Cmpua; btrei rUtO one,trout,to'show,and thst.was'dne they to the J L Cleitton. Detroit Mich ; Q J Zehn.baner tunes. sailing on tly tional assistance and to the Congrega

UK old ho tt; Bsan meets hi*with ow persistent exertions of the unknown St Augustine ; F P Duggan,'Baltimore Were they made acquainted with the Fish Poles and Ammunition for the' Church for the loan of seats.L. ,

floor hondred armed' nen; he rays all proved himself the noblest who : J Ol'incb.) Mrs Stella M Davis, cooling and medicinal qualities of limes, Tourists at Clematis Ave. Supply Store. Fm-jAMSS HiHDav, r.,
; srifht, the aide of the ruining brook: tnem all .by keeping continually at.of it Grand, apf' Ids lVt ich',i f C W.Carlin, Jupiter as well as their low price they would Father ,(calling from the head of Holy. Trinity Mission.Priest ia Cuarge.

UK toothers meet-embrace each tJi Er., Via ; J B }.(ol and.wife. St Louis apparently be glad of the the stairs -
throughout the entire trip and his success ; opportunity to I at 1:30 a. m.)-Fannie! .... I
1'Wart of ,Esau isnedpr7Vr4id under such exceptionably adverse W C Cannons, Orange City Fla: j Geo W purchase them, if only to use at their Fannie-Yes What
It. Another CUM Elijah] 01/iCu ue circumstances shows that Monroe Joliet Ill, ; H J Middkbury. meals papa. is it? LITTLE RIVER RIPPLES.
: of fire. VtadjV.a perseverance Boston A A drink of limeade in the Father-I wish you would ask that ,
descent J
the A'king ; Legg, Savannah morning is
b Brown
to be ; J
sure ,
rewarded if [Received
'you I : too late fur last
only I week's .
i bong man where kcu }
: per- an excellent [ he would
Gordon mild like his
God adds Brown aperient and 'one
goodsaan. prays; fifteen I wevere long enough. James Brown, Hypo. of I Still
1< the cool
; ,. jean wee'life of Hietekialu. Foliaprises r 'This trip was a decided failure both- 1\W\ Pta ; John J Altee, W 'J Becker, the best that can be taken if the systeaj conk put when it comes.-Chicago __ weather comes. .
as is in ws.ffo .TfA.... .... !.r. **- nLn
) {; die ,little church prsvjj.Codetada ; L a pleasure trip or a fishing excursion and Philadelphia ; G U Blair St Louis; W S, the least feverish or the mouM "" uu jur. uay were down

: aa angel, from the Divine Pies: yet every one that was along admitted E aston. Miss Catharine Easton, Kansas t thirsty Half a lime is often sufficient need sending away from home for from Ojus Tuesday.Mr. I

; S ncfffitcrlutS wd.-, ,'"_ that j it was.not altogether a failure and I City ; Mrs Richard Herdy, Lansing, for a drink, its acids being stronger'IHg bfffftjyou boats when Capt. A. T. Rose can and Mrs. Frank Cortwnght have

/WbymsltIp17e2: : ? 'We know that i that, while pot anxious? to take soother: Mich ; Miss Laura Peckham, Geneva,I than that of lemons so that limes are want. See one him.as and fine or place as your cheap order.as,you moved to Miami to live.

: .Cod bears prayer I have:had many one like it, they wore not sorry they had I Wis ; Thompson, Miami. Fla ; Leon about the cheapest material known for Quite a party from this neighborhood

prayers,answered; I never went into a Been on this one.PeUcaa a r4 Roberts and wife, Goffitown, N H ;: making cooling, palatable beverages.- Sirakins-What makes your nose are cff on a hunting expedition ateutter.flenewdepotwastreatedtoacoatol. !

: 1IettJe) but what I asked God's kelp. We S.. n RrThep A WorrB 1taud wife, St Angustine Jacksonville Metropolis.The so red, Tirafcins?

: .. .-8 pray in:oar need. Island Yacht Club i 'f'U; Uggi !a. Wm Hugging St Joseph Timkin-It glows with pride, sir, paint lately, which improves its I \\

( % I read a atory somewhere that a church Mo ; R H Chapman Philadelphia; Porto Rico Pineapple.. I at not poking itself in other people's ance. appear- 1 \

\ O la A* Weai sold for fifteen Sailed the eighth of their C C La Follette -- I II
f was out bnn- championship Thornton, Iud ; J S ""- _'L _. business.-Tit Bits. Mrs. Robert Watson has
": 44jdois.. No apparent help ;. the serluOD Friday afternoon .in a good, Coghlan, M C Carroll, Jacksonville; M i i is far iueronoKico-as grown in Florida sick list for several days, but'is on the i 'j
strong, full sail wind. Herbeson superior to its congener or ancestor Manicure. soc; Shampoo 502. Electric getting ,
,Sabbath School and teacher and members I- The coarse was a Mrs H Roup, J H Killough better.
and oficial board d oubletrIanle. The New York in the island which has lately acquired Massage. Medical Nurse. Miss Quinn,
oa thelzkneesiI.12 first class sailed City; David Alexander and Avenue and Olive Street West The Episcopal ladie held their dsual
the distinction
: prayer; Jay Co J4 ,and a around three times and the second class wife, Albany N Y; Q Kerr Cincinnati ; to add of being privileged Palm Beach. meeting at Mrs. T. E. Winfield's

load faagsate*get left over; they attend t.ce1snd the race was witnessed by a GRPitzer,;Jacksonville; IrE Bugbee, to its name U. S. A. Unlike the The day afternoon.Mrs. Tues
the:.anctioB-from cariosity; JsyGoaldbids large crowd of admiring friends of the A Bersrh, St Augustine ; S C Stovall and Queen and other varieties the heart is Young Thing-But why i

fifteen hnndred dollars for the property different boats. wife Miss McCalla, Atlanta, Ga ; C L the juiciest and best part, and there is should not women enter politics? Gramlin and sons, from Alabama

;he pee it to the church; they getup There were not as many entries as Ximauies, G A Worley, Miami Fla ; nothing to be.left out in feasting on a The Savage{ Bachelor-Too many the have bonght Mr. Pagel's place north of

': sln|,the doxology and gar to thank were looked for at the deciding race dE Jim Warner Utica N Y; S W Rowley ripe one. By this is meant, of course, buses there now. Indianapolis new depot home.and have moved inU their

;; : jhullfttheysen4the ii the season, some of the members being San Mateo. Fla ; ;Thos Donnelly,'Ceo A an apple thoroughly ripened on the stalk Journal. .
i in __ _
the _
; thanks.' ;He said ont of town. -There Long field, not one plucked when hard -- Presbyterian services were held in the
",. afterward that that letter were no entries in I Interlachen, Fla ; C L CoweD, Eggs-Fresh Florida's-
and aoc a dozen- ,. Episcopal
; Ad him more good than any specnlatta the second class/ ", as Mr. Judson and New York City ; L D Eaton, Pal atka, sour and "ripened" to a stale of I Iemirottenness at Clematis Avenue Supply Store. Church Thursday, Friday and 'ji
he nudel: God Commodore Richardson Fla s and fermentation in Saturday nights, and also Sunday morn
answered M
", ever the were band.ing ; J Newton Daytona Fla A B I'
the tillers in the ; summer,, or of wilted and shrunken Mabel-Do yon think the use of ing and Sunday night by the Rev. Mr. !
prayer of that poor church.Soccessfal big catboata. Thedling, Jacksonville ; W L. S i1xl1on. Kegwin. "
; prayer mesas work. GodtoVT Time was as follows;! New York City toughness and tooth' arDening sourness dang by a young woman could ever _. .._ !
.POi.* on a retailer's stand. Ihe Porto I lead to profanity?
Hnekiah lo of CLAM.
spply a poultice figs. *ugflLMa. En Route Home.
Pad knew that an on the ship would be Oracle Start. Flokb. Time., Mrs C \Vlse-Misa" Rico pineapple has been described as a Abel-It might on the part of the I
.2-48-OO Marie "
.. and bat stand by ship he said. Throw Idler. """..:' 3-42-58 8 8-46-41 lft-10 1-08-10 1-03-43] Louis ; B P; Berrian, Quincy,.111 Wise; Mrs St scription mountain is of sweetness" and this de man who heard her.- Indianapothi The launch Kernwood, from City I; ,

over the cargo; bind her wfth' chains : TSIBD fLAM.JJancy Catharine Root, Miss C Roberts not amiss when applied to a Journal. Point, Fla., arrived here yesterday in
Miss I
_. field-ripened fruit
Tto fcstand God will Noose -3-39-18 8-85-3 00 16 from Florida.It charge of Chas. Carlin
!? yew heliv \ M Boat on its
: Pierce Rockledge Fla building done way home
; to Bray l/yoa dOG', utt means-and work Twfobj-Foar.2-89-Ott 3-83-59 56-53 n TT-,.__ Tr \. % ... _, ; R C Usher, F is the largest apple grown, is in limited l1p.__ _mr.?,t. U nr..>.nr UIUYCU uQ,1 _uiauucr right___ __,at_ home* .in from 'a three-- ...T*....V_... .v.uuc..*.:-O _J___ ... I.
riamviile, good work ine
Conn juong
U3U41 Mis
; S B Don- i :
The races were exciting and close supply and is high-priced an'd retailers manship and at living prices. East Coast from
to the HaUt of your power very ag her, Mise Douagher Call on City Point to Key West
in both Morristown, N J Ca pt, A. T. Rose.
.1. classes., The' Drucie won in Henry B Hutchinson ; w.-nt then princpally for show. The party on board consists of the '
the first class by daughter, Miss Yonr commission men will tell |owner,
thirty-three seconds to Joseph
Take Horn Pipers First.; Daisy Hutchinson, Brooklyn N Mr. Weddling-Ah, Iyou Middleby his son Harry '
Y darling
4 .-,' giving her a total percentage for the sea.IOD ; My. ship them green in order to get the best 8Pe and Chas. Waterman, all of
ron A Wolfson Maiden
have ,
Do the big dty papers c* a rule say of 55. against 500 for the' Idler Mrs Sarah wife, New York City; price, for they tell you plainly that a retailer prepared something new Mass. and Brice Nichols, of City Point
and fur Weeks and .daughters, will with your own little hands. 'I Fla.
anything in regard to your facility?'sks' 125 the "Siren. pnlCe Merideh'' giue more for a green Porto It's 1

an nclau ." .Do they contain noticesof wins the first class cnp. Ware Mass, Conn'f Mrs P MIs H )I, Gilmore, Rico, which be can depend on for several luscious too, dear. What is it? They spent the day seeing the sights j ;

l'. your schools lodges and the hundreds' In the third class the ii" won York City Mrs; M Farrington; New I week, than for one he has to work Mrs. Weddlin-That-that's b-b- in this vicinity ana left this morning for :

> j of local msttera of 'ica trelt your home by thirty-seven seconds, giving her 425 Dunn and ;boy Buford Hall Mrs F K: off in a few days. The result is the public brpaJ-J! udge.E. the Indian River and home. ("

paper publishes Not saltern. Do they: cent, just the same t the "TwobyT at-rant Georgetown, Ky ; R L vets the coarse, sour fruit cut long They report the entire trip as having
Four has. Newberry, S C ; Mrs Ado'ph I before it is and F. Haines has arrived and will be been an ;
Consequently class I ripe, so it will be until interesting and
: publish an item calculated to draw trade will. S Deutsph, found enjoyable one I
have to sail another Raymond Deutsch. Mrs Sam L they come forward in Weybrecht's Machine Shop, and an
: race to settle the 1 sufficient quantities eye-opener as to 'the
'; to yoar enterprise? And yet there are Deutsch Cleveland, Oh.o {: and will do all kinds of repairing-Guns, resources
men who take contracted views of this. championship. Querns N ; Thos D to take their place on the market reports { Pistols, Bicycles, Locks and any kind and possibilities of the East Coast in the

; :; Batter, who'think if they don't get as The second class boats have entered I King, Merry, Philadelphia; E B I and not be simply a show fruit. of iron work. Chair wheels for sale. I way of both pleasure and profit.
Jupiter Fia
only ape of the regular club ; J Boyle, 0 A Trues- Tale he
inches of races their fault is not in the variety but in H-3-tf. I -- p.-
; reading d
uay square matteria C
L _
skippers preferring to sail the Whitney, St .Louis; E the \ .1
cats. Ai present demands of
their home paper, are not getting the Thomas the buyer.Frnittnaa's .- at the An Item About
East Bobby
The club has put up a champions! St Lo is. 111 ; Dr F Jacobson Guide. ( breakfast table- _Wood.

< srorth of their money. It reminds one for this class if the! hoau sail, enough cup Brooklyn, N Y; Albert Fogg and I .5 Maud[ did Mr. Jones take any of! the During the
of the man who took largest pair recent blizzard
wife a Missouri
Phil '
races to make five in alL The races delphia ; W C Barnes Mrs HowHeLoved Her. umbrellas or hats from the ball last; editor, like a good
boots in theTbox because the Florida
: a price Thomas, C R Gaillard many editors,
have been sailed as follows and decided Melbourne, Via; A night? was caught without
was the same as the pair that fitted him [in favor of Geo J M rpier! Str St John Goodale, Fairfield "'cod. and shivering
the a Conn.
Nautilus ; Sebastian; S C I far. Maud-Why, of course not! sat down and indicted
Take the city if want one, butdoat the
paper you SmithV
H ,
December -"Namilu Briplers, Pbiledelphia mer, evidently didn't love hs mother :
out first; "Jfa- Mrs : hould he? "Wood, wood,
let it crowd the local ofjroor
paper, A i wood,
rene second. Dudley, Norwalk Conn; Geo T Stokes iii-law, if the following verses to her the timber out in
borne.-Ex.UttbBroUierIa. March Walter l, obby-That'sjust what I would I you do us no good: when
6-"Nautilus first Fogg, printed cold
; "Narene. Philadelphia W C memory on a big bulletin board
; winds
.'second.March. like to know. I are blowing .
-S. thought ice-covered
.. I and wife, Salem/Ohio ; Albert Wistler near his home, signify anything: be did, think blast
: Boston an old I! 8-"Narene"first; "Nautilus," Cincinnati' ; W L Straub and ulfe, Grand, Here lies the body ot Axle Miller because I heard him say when b'' was just we of the warm winds of summer
secosi passed and
: dtyl.c Forks N D ; R B Jones, LynnvHeJenn! Sound asleep upon her pillow. going out: "I am going to steal just the cords of hickory and \

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rene each
II She raUed the lying bloke
'Deed it Is. Wbj.tbettweUUbent Ind ; M J Frank, Miami all ber life. Maud-Tit Bits.FOR promised to bring
The.third C'ass will decide their championship I- Fla ; Jeptha I B I The Baptist lolku they tolled the bell us on subscription a cord
Uilliams sits
!.. doable witi qe.-Ielr York Orange X J ; Mrs S I To tell Old XUk the toasting his .
: : .. probably on Monday. or Tuesday New D Brown I, wa coming; to hOld -; SALE CHEAP.--A new road cart r shins. But the Savior
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W.tS9n, Jersey City f C TOreer, Knox-; I Don't let her In; she wlll kill us alil"! thingfortheroadsin this section. In. good who lied will not call them I ,
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