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 Material Information
Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: June 1, 1899
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 09716137
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System ID: UF00075915:00566
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PURELY PERSONAL Surprise Party at Capt. Anthoa)"'.. LIVELY LOCAL LINKS. THE COUNTY TIDINGS Charlie Wooding.. Dead. HERE AND THERE. !

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--.- Tuesday night the occasion of a ... y "-_---- I0tm _- This morning at about 10:30 o'clock a ..,

jS People as They Come and do-People very pleasant affair at the home of Capt. What the Sun' Men .Heard In The A Midget of Interesting Items From wire from Lantana announced that Scraps of News About This.tad Hut
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and Mrs.-J. R. Anthony. It was in the Charlie Wooding had shot himself and
You May or May Not Know.A Lively Local Whirligig Regular Correspondents. and Different Thisjs.
t nature of a surprise party in the honor requesting that medical aid be sent at
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of Miss Sara Moses who has just returned once.
.,Unit of p.no Items-Visitors from her school work at Rollins Col- A Mirror of Minor Happenings Aeel- Very Carefully Compiled IM Confined to that In a very short time Dr. R. B. Potter Newsy Nous and hens of interest U .

l the City, and Citizens' Visiting lege. dents, Coming Events and a ,1. j Which U of Most laterest to the and Mrs. Wooding, wife of the injuredman Everybody la Contra and Nebe'y j J

f-4 Oat of the city. Select readings, recitations and music Galaxy of Current Gossip. Citizen of Dade County were on their way to Lantana In articular ;

-.., -. were the features of pleasure for the -- --...- --..' where they found their worst fears ,.. ,

A W.Jackson was up from BoyntonJames first part of the evening after which the Editor C. M. Gardner of the Miami IIUGOJllIlUTTERIGS.i realized.It John Brown of II ypol xs o, the well f .j j jI

I Tuesday. assembled party of young people were Sunny Land is in town today. i ..... seems that Wooding, who was aloneon I known trnoker of that fertile section,

. down from invited out to the lawn where dilicious -- launch Nancy now out oa Hen- the car in which he lives;was takinghis was the holder of the lucky ticket that ,
Armour Jr. was Evernia street has been shelled from drickson's
cream and cake were served by Mrs. ways. 32-calibre Winchester rifle from won the Charter colt railed last week. ,
Jupiter with a couple of his friends the Olive street to the Lake front. :
,. Moses and Miss Anthony", and a gen- Mrs. V. O. Spencer is visiting her under his bed, either to clean the gun f
first of the week. T. DeBerry the .
J. improved
t eral feast of nuts confections, fruits and J. Thos 'Earnest. is one of Boynton'shustling daughter, Mrs. A. E. Heyser at Riviera. or use it for target practice, when it was premise
around the dock
t -. June Rowley goes to Boynton next lemonade were enjoyed by all. young men in town today. Warren Dick Is home from Boyntonto discharged the bullet entering the lower ferry by having the
weeds reeds and all cleaned and
i week where he will try his hand at this left abdomen and causing internal hemorrhage grasses
About time the Lake Worth Band arrived
stay having
The drawbridge across the Lake was Tuesday night. cleared out It is the aggregation "of

. farming for a few months. appeared on the festive scene and discoursed swung open for repairs for several days I :The Florida crows have all left here! that resulted in death at 3:30 these public spirited improvement that ,
o'clock in
the afternoon.
i The Bingham family and force of sweet music to enliven and enhance last week and this. .aad:gone down to the Bay to feed on : The body gives this town the air of improvement i
I servants leave tomorrow for Cleveland, pleasure of the evening. Lawn was brought to town shortly after 4
comctie. and so noticeable to visitors.
E Chambers and W. F. Corfe L L progress
James and will be interredin
CIOCK tomorrow
games indulged in all until the
were by .
I r 0. their Northern home.
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piping the artesian well at I
from in
are up Delray today the popular Lake Worth
hour of midnight sounded the call for Cemetery.
Geo. E.Sanders who has been attend
t Capt. Will H. Moore and Fred C. party launch Therella. C. L Cragin's is being taken 'up to be Charlie Wooding has been foreman ofa
retreat to home i
quarters. ing the Medical University at Iowa City I
I Voss were up from Hypolnio Island Miss. Moses has every reason to be gratified i \ This week another tennis court in replaced' by \lew. construction and repair gang on the Iowa for the past year returned to hit t
Tuesday in the launch Victor. ''The "Emily B." went to Juno F. E. C. the section between
up Ry. on
at the cordial welcome that has town is fully equipped for sport. JohnB. : Mangonis home Sunday night. Tuesday -

.. J. W. Porter was one of the several greeted her homecoming, showing that Beach has gotten his outfit and lawn Tuesday but not to bring the courthouse Fort Pierce and Miami ever since the in company with his sister Rosa

well known Ilypolnxo( : truck raisers who she has n lack of friends here at her in shape for the enjoyment of this pop- away this time. construction of the road and is well he left for Jupiter where they will paya

r were in town Monday on a shipping expedition home where she is so well known and ular amusement.A The Pinta went off midnight Sundayto known all along this part of the line. short visit at the home of Mrs. Harry

so much loved. tow a lighter and boat down to New --- .. .S -- DuBois.
large number of upper Indian River 1
+ --. e..----- River and returned Monday night. Epworth League Program.
W A. Chase. one of Boynton's most fishermen have organized a companyto
The committee
? and
on public speaking
The launch None Such F. A. '"
r.' successful and popular young .truckfarmers ,. .. Senator Ragler. catch and salt fish for the wholesale Capt. music for the Fourth of July Celebration
Rowley in commaud, arrived from Boynton \ SUNDAY, JUNE 4-3 p. m.
was in town for a couple of -.e._ trade. Eau Gallic will be*their base .f
met at the office of W. I. chairman
Metcalf
Tuesday night bringing a few Subject "Wheat and Matt.
r days last week. samples Tares
Immediately following the for the
announce
operations summer.
last and selected
of Boynton tomatoes! alonll'co. xiii. 24-30. on Monday as
Miss Sara Moses returned Thursday went of Mr. H. M.' Flagler's change of -- --- Leader R. Evans. speakers of the day Dr. Paine Rev
Rev. S. D. Paine will preach a sermon -J.
j N night from Rollins College at Winter residence to Florida says the Sub-Peninsular After studying all winter to be a No. J. R. Walker and W. Metcalf of till
to young men next Sunday night from doctor home Opening Song, 38-
Geo I. Sanders
Park, where she has been in attendances of St. Petersburg, comes the statement came
Lord's place. An invitation was also extended
the text "Run Speak to That Young PrayerCongregation.
that he will be candidate for Sunday! night from Iowa City, Iowa and
wel a
since last Fall She was warmly Man." He will give young men some Reading of Lesson-Leader. to the Mayor of Miami inviting a speaker
wfll work other trade for
Mallory's seat in the Senate next at some a "
:.,. corned. by her many i t i friends here.: term.A sound advice All young people invited. ikile. Prayer f from that place. Dr. Thomason was
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'w;I Forre; of Lantana who-x. has sentempoarppgatsihitthat Henry is Mondpurchased : f Song. Nct.-?., i: .... named a* a special committee oa
a Republican and therefore stands no N.' H. and r The section men first cut down the ---- -- weal music.
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been quite successfully engaged in truck Scriptural Readiags-Members.
show at all But this does not necessa mould to New River Sound a large i brush and then burned it along the F. '

raising at Boynton for the past season, rily follow. If the Tigtes-Union and .boiler and engine formerly used by the I E. C. Ry. track so no fires could start Exposition of LessonLeader.Song J. P. Mendel, who for some time
1.ft this week fcr a little outing at points No. 93.
owned the Market and has
Citizen is a Democratic paper Mr. Flag- electric light plant here! Mr. Monck from along their right of way and get City recently

farther north. Mr. Forrey visited this ler is a good enough Democrat and if will utilize this machinery in the opera. out into the woods. Reading-Miss Rose Sanders. been assisting A. B. Otwell the present

town Saturday. the paper can take possession of and tion of his fertilizer factory at that point. --- -*.. -- Meeting open to members and visitors.. proprietor left this morning his hoot I

Adolph Freedlnnd accompanied his hold the field in this State it Prayer. in Titnsville. Lee Coats who was formerly
newspaper Wm. Heim is building a handsome DELRAY D01XGS. Address-Rev. Chas. A.Fulwood, P.E.
mother on a visit to this town Wednesday is too much to that the rabbit's employed by Mr. Mendel la the
returning to their Boynton home foot would say same home on his Lake front property north gone to Song No. 137. City Market has come to take lift.Mendel's ; .
not work the Senatorial
ou of town. The house will be a duplicatein Oscar Lane Cape Sable to Prayer. v
the same night Mr. Freedlnnd is oneS situation. Until representatives in the work.J. place. Mr. Mendel has many
of Whilldin's
plan Mayor newest
of Boynton's successful truck growers house Announcements. friends here who hope to see him en*
and enterprising men. upper are chosen by direct vote of cottage on Evernia street but the rooms G. Fenno and Chas. Miller are Closing Song, No. 94. gaged in some other line of business '
young
the is
people, most old thing liableto
any
will be somewhat rmelons. I
larger. shipping wate= League Benediction. I here again at an ear'y day. '
James Hall, Jr., one of Neptune's happen. Preaching by Rev. Chas. A. Fulwood f
Lumber is on the ground and foundations Pines are being shipped to quite an :
homesteaders and a well known builder as. ---- going in for another new house to extent and by next week the shipmentswill Saturday and Sunday at II a. m. and It pays to trade with a man who adrer.

in Dade is back from Dungeness, Ga., Messrs. Forest Dake and G. A.Worleyare be erected at the corner of Datura and be heavy.Shipments 7:30p. m. Uses for several reasons He is sure to, !

where he has been at work for a time, up from Miami today taking 'iu the Poinsetta streets. The noise of hammer of tomatoes are still large Ail are cordially invited to come out be a progressive and wide awake man ,

and will continue the cultivation and fresh air and numerous attractions of and help us in these services. and whatever la good to be found in the \ ,
and saw is heard in all parts of town from this place. Beans also are'too
of his homestead. this and its surroundinn.. Gus ._
improvement town # market he tee for his eastom.....
dark ps
from daylight until every day but numerous to mention.
Monday is the day set for teachers' Anthony b acting ia the capacity of Sunday. + Miami's Marshal Removed. Then he is nearly always a liberal man ;
G. Fenno has discovered
J. one
examinations and Miami is the place general coast and inland pilot so that very who works for the good of his town and I

designated l y the County School\ Board they won't get lost, strayed or stolen. J. D. Mathis is moving today into the fine specimen of grapefruit in his grove The of seem to have community along with his own interest !

two-story house just finished b? Mayor which he is very proud of. had enough of Y. F. Gray as Town In he sells I
for holding them. Miss Ferna Wilton Town Clerk Geo.S.Adams has movedhis nearly every case goods, .t
Whilldin .on Evernia street. ThisVVlbUgv Miss Bessie Palmer, of Jacksonville is Marshal so Mayor Reilly ordered histemporary cheaper the man who dont adver I 1
who will attend
is one of the members office from the Couucil Chamber downto ..,,'......1. .....;1..1 "" i 4'r\' .. .: __ _.:I:" A IA'_ .:I a :.. th' t t b 'm .. : .
from here.Charlie. the Massey Block on Clematis avenue. 43 a UfUUCi" UUC' nits ': rag BUU "''I"'U"z'" rs own e suspension ana it is said thatthe tine, because, Unlike tae last named ne I I
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Here he can be found at his regular appointments and as comfortable and guest of Miss Ina Blackmer. suspension has since been made per. buys his goods to sell-not to keep.-' : I '

Davis, son of A. J. Davis, of office hours. conveniently arranged a six room cottageas There is a chance for some good buyerto manent. Constable John Frohock seems Ocala Banner. : I,

Daytona, who lived here for some years one could imagine. do well at this place as several of the to be the choice of Miami's businessmen
was an arrival on last night's tram. Mrs. L. R. Decker and Master Charles A most interesting article on graph t
pine growers would rather sell here than as successor to Gray.
of the Florida volunteers left George Hazelhurst is one of the latest is in the
Charlie was one Gruber last Saturday for St. Lucie ship abroad. Emancipation Day Marshal Gray visited ology published June Ladies'Home

who made a splendid record in where they are guests at the home of arrivals at West Palm Beach, to locateat West Palm Beach and made himself Journal. The author who Is as
of Boca Ratone who
Uncle Sam's service during the recent"mUunderstanding" Tom Decker enjoying the outing im least for the summer. Mr.Hazelhurstis James Rickards his and it adept in the science presents a varietyof
conspicuous by fullness was
well known on Indian River and all has been up to Ocala his former home,
mensely. ,
of
with Spain. spetinwnts chirography enough to
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t then a subject of conjecture on the partof
along the East Coast. His family forsome I passed through this place Monday on embody all the various forms and priaei
Pierre Branning returned Tuesday Tebough Nilson son of A. Nilson of have been at Melbourne : Sis way home with two fine horses. many of the townspeople here as to
years of and she .
pies writing, these clearly in
from Bartow where he has been this reached home how much longer Miami would find it
night place Thursday
while he has been engaged in the lumber Word' has been received from Mrs. terprests in her explanatory text. It U
the South Florida night from Lake he to retain his valuable official
attending Military City where has been necessary
the in
trade along Coast. S. S. Linton who reached home claimed that graphology has become *
Institute for of in attendance services. Drunken police officers are
a couple years. Pierre at the State Agru nltural buried
safety. Mr. Linton was Friday, science and that one's characteristicsare
has been in rather bad health of late College. not everywhere and always in great
Capt T, E. Rtckards has orders from
the 26th ult. at Forest Lawn Cemetery,, unerringly revealed by his hand writ.

and was compelled to return home D. A. Allen is blasting rock on the several Eastern people for planting Saginaw with Masonic honors, he demand. --...--. ing. Whether this claim can be substantiated '

th before the Commencement. Exercises of East Side for a sewer for the Royal :I out citrus groves in the Boca Ratone being a member of that order. Let's Re (lad. or not.. the subject. is a popular
ear -
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J Poinciana addition uow building. The section. One Boston man last week -5.- .. ,- and interesting cue, and the Journal's

J. C. Rickards reached Boca Ratone blasts remind one of a naval bombard. gave an order for five acres of orange Written for THE TROPICAL SUN. article will afford a great deal of enter

Monday night after a ten days' overland ment. land to be cleared and planted at once, Program For the Christian... Endeavor. The world got round and time rolls on tainment.' ______ 11 i
from Marion Mr. Rick. f and for one acre of pineapples to be set And nature sinks a\\'ay.

trip with County.him fine of It is proposed that next Sunday be out under coter. Another Boston man SUNDAY JUNE 4, 6:30: P.M. And youth and Hge bring on apace A pleasant surprise party was held at
arils brought a team '
observed as an occasion for decoratingthe Lite' \5nor or decay. the home of Geo. '
S. Adams 'i
wants six acres set out to E. E. G Friday I
and farm He makes grove as soon Leader-Mrs. er. '*
horses a wagon. "Xo man tfthcr time or tide,
an encouraging report of the back coun graves of all soldiers buried in Lake as possible and an irrigation plant in Subject, "Wheat and Tares"Mattxiii But on t'reatlon'lIloomThat evening. Mrs. Adams had retire quite \

try-no insects, roads quite passable Worth Cemetery. stalled. Two others are impatiently z;-3s. mighty, sliest shuttle, Time, .I. early and was probably dreaming oi I. ,

orange groves in hummocks showing Win Willie Otwell is visiting at the wailing for the Captain to clear land Opening Song, Hymn 38; Gospel Speed all things to their doom. : childhood days when she .as aroused by !

';, no signs whatever of the cold weather home of A. B. Otwell her brother. Miss and set out groves for them. Hymns! aPrayerProf I And yet think not too long OB this the musical voices of several cf the t F
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that proved so disastrous in other parts Otwell is one of Dade's successful yonng Harris Nor count the good to<> mall, young peoplsinging "Snwanee River." \ ,
teachers Mrs. Maude Green, a famous chalk Fur Nature,like a mother tttillIn The first part of the program consisted i
_ Hymn 58.
of the State good corn and field crops : talker lecturink under the auspices of Gussie MoEatt. kind and good to all- of games, charade and singing, after 1 j
"J i and farmers happy. Pay day last week across the Lake Reading-Miss The bird that king on )Joyous wing:
the W. C. T. U., visited West Palm which they were all invited to poll
Hymn 135. When we are young and gay -
G W. Herndon left this town this put between $3,000 and $ .ooo in circulation Beach Saturday and gave a lecture in Exposition of Topic-Mrs. E. E. Geer. Return to wale the woodland ring candy. The candy was made by Will i

'] morning after several years' faithful for the two weeks labor previous. the Congregational Church Sunday Hymn 122.Sentence Wben'I'e are old and gray. Caroline Zair who is quite an expert ia

I service as manager 'of the Western National Decoration Day was only ob- afternoon and Monday night. She had Prayers. The x wblp-poor-w are ringing still that line. Then the young folks re* I ,

II Union Telegraph office here during served here by the closing of the large audiences ani all were well pleased Hymn 116. Tbe full moon climb the sky sumed their games, 'coin aroutd tilt j 1

I which time be has gained the good will postoffice for certain hours. with her skill and the good advice she Duet-Misses Vesta Wilson and Rose And Rowers till fair perfume the air table" being the favorite game. At II i

r,: and esteem of all our people. His departure at.. gave on temperance and religion. Miss Sanders. An In the days gone by. o'clock the party dspersed to their .
Let then be glad again
r j was unlocked for, even by himself -, Wanted.A Henderson of Texas, accompanied her General Remarks. And us give our Joy a tongue.: homes after having spent a mutt pleasant :

'1 I but his transfer is in the nature of strong clarinet and gave a lecture to the ladies Monday Hymn 74. And laugh and w DUo all w e used to do evening. Those prtsent.ere! Mel- I

" J a promotion and an increase of salary, good or cornet afternoon. These two ladies contemplate Christian Endeavor Benediction. When all of UI w ere young.: dames McDonald an
so that be is to be congratulated, much player who is either a painter and sign. a tour around the world on tem ..' -JAMES C. HARRIS. Moses, Yarborough, Moffatt, Anthony .

I as his frfcnds here dislike to have him writer a baker or a carpenter to correspond perance. They are laboring under the -S. Vesta and Ferna Willson, Messrs. Bart I
with S. UAPFKRSETT, A splendid layout of fireworks has State Organizer Geo. S. Adams of the and Wilbur I
leave. His successor D. E. Peebles auspices of the National W. C. T. U, Yarborough Dean, McDon

arrived here last night from Jackson. Sec'y. Lake Worth Band They left for St. Lucie Tuesday mom. been ordered by the Fireworks Committee K. O.T. M. instituted a Tent at Lemon aid, Houston Anthony Whitehirst.

i yule Fla. West Palm Beach Fla. ing. of the Fourth of July Celebration,, City Tuesday night. Walker. ;

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BRYAN AND JEFFERSON.As -THE- BALTIMORE TAILORS. -

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ABE SAFRANEK & SON, .

I 11 t a Living Influence Bryan Is MANAGERS: OF Does 9'1 it

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; now many miles to Babyland They Hare Made Him Their Claaa- SUITS AND PANTS MADE TO ORDER i-- l

Anyone ,can tell; plea aid Will Rally Aroud Him lathe -- Next to his wearing apparel there is nothinga
Up one flight 43 4
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Fight For Right-OB HI Brow
To JOur rlgbt:1, ; : Cleaning, Pressing and RepairingA really neat is about
man
Please .x They Have Placed the Lamrel. t. Be to particular as .
to ring the belL.
Worn Till the Battle I* M'oa. Specialty.
.. ,the quality and appearance of his Stationery. .
What
e' Little can folks you in tee white in Babylandl; That was a significant feature cf the FIT AKD WORKMANSHIP 6UAWTEED. And in very truth it does proclaim his business .
4 Downy great Democratic New York dollar din-

Cradle beds heads ner in which the enthusiastic auditors WEST PALM BEACH FLA. as a neat fitting and stylish suit of There is no argumentin

Faces pure and bright insisted that a greater man than Jefferson -

was there. Of course it must be un clothes proclaims the man. favor of paying more thaa -1 s
What do they do in land? r
Dream and wake and Baby play; derstood that the audience referred to G. W. IDNER $0 for -any make of wheel 1

Laugh and the living influence-that Bryan is to .. ia the world. when that is the i
crow ,
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It will if it is '
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;- Shout and grow. the year 1900 what Jefferson was to SON. price of popular .heels.hicb
Jolly times hare they. J, 1800. and that urgency makes the man ..& I have been leaden for sa many
under fire greater than the one who has furnished you by '
and are leaden still tbtBICYCLES 't
What do they sal In Bauylcnd passed into history because the battle years

Why the odd.-st thin*; is still upon his shoulders. As John Jewelers and Opticians .

Might aa well Clark Ridpath accepted the amendment the right kind of a house, present, a. nice. appearance J x
Try to tell
made by his audience so must the living
What tte bird'e! sings. democracy of the nation. The audience Watches Clocks Jewelry, 1 and make a good impression, which I t
composed not of leaders or of Musical Goods, Strings, etc .
Who
is the Queen of Babyland
would not be
Blatemakere but of the kind of men 9
Mother kind '
And her lore and sweet who cast the votes-as virile in New Stationery Ink Blank Books
that'waa
Born above York as throughout the paper "pioneer ao year old whee Ii'y

Guides the little feet ognized the fact that an country-rec-I NEWS DEPOT, Now' while

their own ranks was .
1 A RABBIT TRAP. For a century the dominant parties I DAILY PAPERS.FisefatclUefelryRepairiDi. ... "right," we must Price $40 r
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of the country have been sipking under:
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A "':;1.War or)1 kag On Dot of u the obligations and entanglements of ] Twenty yean experience has i

Ordinary Dry G..... Bo*. officialdom. Whenever the common RAMBUB makers bow to
people cried out for relief on no matter IX ALL IlUANCtlKS.Semloole taught
t Sink a dry goods box two and a half what issue it was only to find that the The build the best wheels on earth

or three feet deep into the ground near hands of the leaders were tied by the Block )West Palm Beicb. cheaper than i anyone else and
a hedgerow or in a fence corner or .
traditions of statecraft they are that
Desperate. doing just
say secluded spot that may be frequented -
by rabbltiLeare the top about they scattered into confusion, to come -
alz inches above ground. Saw out a together again in a final effort at Chi Avenue CALL AND SU XAXSLU3BICYCLE
Clematis ...,lid,,,, C.u June.
hole six Inches square at the top on one cago. There the leader appeared--one ,
side. Make a box without ends, 18 In of the young men in the background HOSPITAL
long the aides of inch and the top an.. with no ambition or hope for high place Supply Store-;; r ,

but full of the fire of men who are in OEO. S. ADAMS Prop'r.

earnest His burning words electrifiedthe ::-West Palm Beach Florida s
assembly,-which went wild over the
J. D. MATH1S for. 1'y
fact that there were left men who spoke' Piopne

from American hearts to Americans on (,satu.r U Brno i| Rtkcrj. Gnctrj: c.) Whidden's Markets
American il8ueone who believed in '. a
i imperialism-the imperialism of American My Motto-HJtuck bale and Small Profits. Which enjoys a t

might and American initiative and Bakery Goods and furnishing Prepared to Supply '
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American leadership aa against those 1
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who looked upon our country as a mere Family Groceries the best equipped you with"6ocd &'

playground fcr Lombard street ...My Specialty.Goods Meats at Prices.
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I
DESIRABLE BBBIT TRAP. Without seeking it William J. Bryan Coast, and is thing

bottom of halt-Inch boards. This Is to became the man of the hour. He delivered free to any partof i
fit exactly the six-inch hole In the dry- was young as Pitt had been before.. the City or across the Lake. before to meet Fresh Fork,

foods box. It may be made so as to him; be was revolutionary aa all men All Orders Given Prompt attention. Beef, I
work a little freely and Is to be hung trade in that
who love their country area he was opposed Goods First-Class and Fresh. Highest
on a pivot In such a way that the end by incrusted officialdom as is always for Poultry 111
prices paid country produce.Buy
outside the box is slightly heavier. Put
the bait at the Inner end of pivoted the case when the people's tribune ot me and I ..lIlllaTe you mo..ey. 6-i-g; Eggs.
box. It does not take much to induce knocks at the door. Notwithstandingthe High-grade Work
a rabbit to enter a hole. Once inside treason of men in office through
Native Meats
democratic trust the opposition of all Is the kind THE SUN a specialtyYour
this the animal crawls along until past
the middle when its weight overbalances timid interests which run to cover in a Geo. S. Hacker & Son I Patronage Solicited

the box which tips up suddenly political thunderstorm, and the luke- .

and the animal slides out into the warmness of those upon whom the people and the only kin!) Market on lJall)au Street,
larger box. The pivoted box then falls had inflicted censure, this young
back to its original position and is man came within a fraction of the pop- an experience 11-12 WEST PALM HKACIf.
ready for another rabbit The trap is ular majority I But the people had
I I' easily constructed simple and has tbeI' the They had cast aside that it I
victory. year
gained pa
of being always set There
I'; t ran advantage be two entrances.as shown In the the barnacles; they had blazed the path f The Dada County Stats .Ban*,
once get a
i Illustration. The top and sides of the way to reform; they bad placed the i .
.I box exposed above ground can be covered laurel upon the brow of the man who that what is done West Mm Beach, Florida.
: with leaves snow or anything to waa to wear it until the battle wag need"i

dUgnUe It The trap door Is for removing over. Go where be will enthusiasm av a and in a manner Authorized Capital, 3100,000. ?
I the captured rabbits. greets him. as great in New York

I I. where a conspiracy of suppression was and attractive. Paid Up Capital $15,000..
I.I I ."t.r".' Fusil Game. organized against him as in Wisconsin -
When little folks wish to give a where his word
recently eloquent
j OF OFFICERS
MANUFACTURERS : 1
party to their friends, they themselves thrilled the nation. Mr. Bryan' New .
can make games for their ; and. And E. N. DIUICX Pretideat.
t make York speech was ringing effective, pop'olar. Doors Sash that's 1
t.r. really Is as much fun to them U. D, HEHDRICKSOH, VicePietldent.6EO. .
He stirred the heart appealed to
as to play them. Here is tl.. way
I to have a mysterious puzzle ready for the conscience and revivified patriotism. Blinds, Mouldings L. BRAHHING, Cashier
each little boy or gIrL Issues championed by such a leader' Cheapest
First as many good-sized pictures cannot be ignored; pecple who can be .AND-. Office Hours From 9 a, m. to a p. m. e

l "luiabi a* you have guests. Cut each so stirred up are not to be satisfied with Material
F .; .ut close to the outline as neatly as official platitudes. The cause of the people Building I General Banking Business Transacted

t ; you tan after pasting it on cardboard lives and) the people are alive to the CHARLESTON, S, C.La' Even though Colkctlonspromptiyremitted oa day U oreeeipt.
I or bristol board not too thick to cut you Dr.fttI
fact The slogan has been sounded and light and loldna the pria
:. with sciaaors. When dry cut Largest Factory South.
cosily; dpaleitlrsoftheV'altM) .
state 4-S9-H7
f from now on the man who shook New where for
'r ,. of each any animal shape one and at size a time you into like.pieces It is York will be the foremost American. Send for Prices. your

l" A good way to mark It into pieces bet rallying his people and doing for 190J a few cents on an
: : fore you begin to cut what hill great apostle did a,century before O'DONOGHUE:=
t t ,Remember to cut all the pictures dollars, remember
r: ; Into the same number of pieces. Do not
I ( f cut the animals Into too many pieces. MONEY ARGUMENTS. delays occ THE ALL 'ROUND
: for there will Le more fun if the game FirstGlassJob .
F can be played quietly. Th. Chief Reliance of the Geld Bide mistakes should

r f Put the pieces of each animal Into an I. Catch rhravea. less trouble in =:PHOTOGRAPHER
I, i envelope before you begin to cut another If the cause of bimetallism cannot ,
, ': and write the name of one of stand on the basis of truth it ought not

Ii your guests. to stand at all The advocates of silver PrintingAt Has come to stay in West I'alm
, i. f At your party, present each of your remonetization like all others may occasionally jj The Sun
,l : JTBMIS the envelope bearing his or her make mistakes in their state- < Beach, and is now fully prepared to
; a llama Then each is to try to "make 3
G- t ;I an animal! by putting the pieces together ments of facts especially when writingor Satisfaction I do work to gratify his patrons.
k, In a certain length of time. speaking from memory. But they
. '. Have a large table or several little' aim to tell the truth and are willing the Sun Office. !
; tables around which your guests can i ana anxious to rest the entire question i
; r alt without crowding. upon the indisputable records cf history Stndio ODD. ic Elect
t and is right here ; ,
Then change the envelopes and wet I While in the great majority of ,
the animals into them and begin i cases the gold advocate resorts to what ready at all times WEST PALM BEACH.
r again Do not play over an hour. has been aptly termed the 'yell down" ,

p, You can have a pretty little prize togtr seeking to bury the issue out of sight W. B. MITCHELL, to fulfill its
.
the guest who puts together the
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beneath a mass of flapdoodle rbetorio
i. greatest number of animals in tlhour. > Shoe Repairing Neatly Done Harness Red Spanish and
and false appeals to sentiment the silver are not satisfied

: ,. advocate, as a rule invites the calm Sewed and Repaired. Fancy,.. iiuifi

De FI.ht. M..pT and dispassionate study of the world'sfinancial Out-of-town customers will receive: gotten elsewhere I ..

7" "Do fishes sleep-and how?" history in all its bearings promt attention. Shop on Olive Street, style or grade of
r This question was addressed to Eugene uport the question. The expressions next door north of TaoPIc.u.SUN Build PINEAPPLESlips
G. Blackford formerly fish commlmloner.of "sound money" "50 cent dollars" lag 8-18

; New York state. His acquaintance "one dollar aa good aa every other dol- and Suckers
with nab began when hewas lar," and the like as used upon the gold Send in a trial order
very young and at the present aide of this controversy, are mere catch Brelsford Bros ,
time be Is the recognized authority allis phrases. for anything you may For Hair,cf the Following \'.rie'i...,,$

,is ever the world."Certainly The whole argument (t) in favor of Real Estate and Insurance Abbaka, Porto Rico,
they sleep. was Black.tord" Smooth
the gold standard, so far aa it is honestis Cayenne,
renponae. They sleep suspendedIn
the water with their eyes wide open nothing more than a scratching of PALM BEACH FLA. in the office or counting room-Letter Heads, Egyptian Queen
them the surface, a splitting of hairs over Ripley Queen Golden
I have seen do it often. I have Queen,
many fifth In tanks with glass fronts i Donessentials and an assumption of disputed Xotary Public. Cottages to RentrOth.tftl1 Note Heads, Statements, Tags Envelopes, White Antigue.

and can wateb them. Sometimes I see points. When divested of all lIulllllnlSnrtb Pernambnco
!It. fish suspended in the water keeping I II I quibbles there is. in fact, but one side fi.l-! 7 "ntOI'IHr-B Il.itrl. Card, Bill Heads Bills of Lading Counter ,

I a lit: perfectly still for half an hour at a I to the questioned that ia the silver .. EaviUe.Farljr .
Pads Circulars Hand Bills Pamphlets drllvrr.T r he pale, part t4 th.
time, and then I conduda that he Is. side. Dodgers, fruit trum thL6 l"laalatl\Oa
b\"I"1r bet-a I'lrbol
It'"PIll' does not even move a fin. H. S. MEAD OR Isat wObth. AVDIy to
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at such times and the motion of the ; More Powerf Thaa the Qaeea. or in fact anything thatyoa may want ?

fills Is barely perceptible. The queen's income from her own rf C.C. MATTHAMS,
-BARBER-
in the line of PRINTING-
".'.bt" don't close their eyes because wealth is lea than $1.000,000 a year. Florida
Here is no necessity for their Mr. Rockefeller's income ia$13,000,000 Shop on II nymi Mr....t, next dour to Pineapple Company,
doing If a year. Every dollar of this American \\lil.ltleu' Markt-t.; 5.21 97 West palm Beach Fla
fortune Patronage of my friends respectfully solicited.
I A o..a ....... represents power intelligently 5.18.99WHEN And we will
used. Money ia the measure of powtr -
"What bright w have," sal
ey you in this country rather than social station I Notice of
the vUltor to -yesr-old Tomrnj Ferry Applicant.
or political ofika The in in Jacksonville be and visit
I: "Yon must get plenty of sleep." queen sure -- .
England has little influence than Old Friend, who will please ==sure. Notice U
; "Yrs'm he answered "my mamini more your surprise you hereby circa that 1 will apply to IN
f makes me go to bed every night at i that_ which comes from her personal you with Bargain in Board of Cranty Coraim lontn,oti sde Ctal.ty.
o'clock.totoIfbat"1 char cter. But the American trust Dry (inod. Clothing and Florida. thcii next regular nutting la be bUt

f to keep you healthy. said I magnate speaks with authority, little. Gents' Fin iiL..hingg........_. L J conduct JUDO Florida. J.M rib A. D. 1-w.M fc...
to ferry .
i ? 7fA7f-A acruw the "
au-n eI
the visitor. if any of which id due toanything but c Lake
r "\. It ain't" fled the youngster."lt'iso money.-8t Louis Post-Disatch. D. SINOf R, Manager Wtwth. txl.rea the Tuva of WrM ftlm BeackaaJ
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II Bridge -trtO.Near liny.tlIH calm beech.
the can mend my cloth** j JAtJCsONVlLLE FLORIDA
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imounted to onlyTo03,51tVThus it wine West E. H.Dunc Mathushek Pianos
DEAR MONEY VICTIMS.
; seen that leaving out these three SPICY Proprietor
I!itatea Bryan received 182,209 vote i Palm Are *Uno* With a Ntas.,
** .* I nore than McKinley in the country at Pianos That Hari A fteffteifc"
% Deluded Men Who Voted For I arge. When it is further considered that Beach second to Boat. They art the
: UcKinley received enormous pluralitiesin kind that hare flood the test of
; the ingle Standard. J
the states of Connecticut. New BRIGHT time in-- bare satisfied the BKt
][Jamp hire. New Jersey and Rhode Island ,r .Drug'Stores critical musician la u'fJwi1'
] all states controlled by the votes "
t' Tao CLASSES WEBB MI8TAOK.: ..... Are Not
;" I cf wage earners, it will be readily seen ...-- They
I that the mistaken lions of the wage .. old sljle! piano. that hart beta
earners responsible for the election rented for 'elrilDd then offer
Hl.h SaUrlrd RaJeimcB aid Skilled cf' McKinley and the continuation of SPARKLING and Royal Poinciana Pharmacy. td a*wgrat) bargains," eor are
Blew.
Laborers nrevived a Hard ,the' policy of gold contraction which .
they "cheap,low.cude"piuOl
r'.rc.< Tk.| Deir Mo.ejHakes baa driven capital in nearly all lines to "
Cheap Me*-U w Traits Operateto combine into trusts in self defense in -DEA.LER81 made to.tell "at bait price.

c. W..... order to avoid bankruptcy. Every Piano Is New, .
We are forced to take a charitable and U mad in the
Unman nature averages about the These the Toilet Articles every part
expressions Drugs
view and find some excuse for the shortcomings are Mathoibek Fafry,
lime In all classes Circumstances and
of the ordinary toilers in furnace -
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which is i it will
environment account fcr differences and factory when we consider the a guarantee uat
which be heard all Fine and :
can on Stationery last a ure hl1e.
.J that appear in the movements and conduct army of bankrupt merchants wbo have
;:.' of'each. Han is prone to see only continued for years upholding the handa Why Take Chances

, t advantages and by association with other army of educated, high salariedmen and Reliable SI M&tbutheV be i
thoM baring foramen interest to yieldt whose blindness and teal contributed -
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded bought at price and tens to
! of
columns
to peciuu reasoning nntil,he becomes so much to their own undoing.Let
grounded in convicjiona baaed upon his us hope that these victims of geld East Coast Business Solicited. gait you? There are nor that

t desires lather than upon reason or jus- monopoly will learn a lesson from the WEST PALM HL'ACH, 61096. 15,000 Malhathek' Pianos la
d': ," tice. So nnirerttal is this trait that it sad experience they are undergoing and the South. "You Should HIT 1
"":; applies to not only the rich and the join their Democratic brethren to rescue One." .
.' pour bnt the learned aa well as the unlearned the government in 1900 from the control 'Chinese Genuine Mathuibek Pianos

.... says The Silver Knight-Watch- of the geld combination.MR. THETROPICAL Laundry, are only cold byLGDDEN

man. I & DATES'M. H.Fred .
In the campaign of 1806 the Repub- BRYAN WAS RIGHT. WO KEE, Proprietor.
Rican party received large support from Kaha, Xaaajrtr.
; classes, under the mistaken notion Justified IB Publicly DeelUla the I 29 E*>t Bay Si, Jacksonville, Fla.
)-,' two that scarce and dear money inured to Belmont lavitatloB. I Shirts" u...... .......... ................... tae
Open Front..1 2.c
.- J their advantage. who are DOW reckoned Some of Mr. Bryan's critics charge Collar............... ?.?................. 2Ke --
'!. .. among its mart helpless victims. The him with a display of bad manners in Cuffis ...... ........... ..............,.......5f YouBuy 'Em "-" I Sent'Em!"
clasaes referred to are the high salaried ,the Belmont episode. They hold that as La ll'tl'Shirt WabU... ..._..........f.lSr OYSTERS Cooked M *.. like them wads
t manufacturers' agents and salesmen he knew the political record of Mr. Bel- you wail oerrni In .\\I &I,'",and at tqiMira,
.. i in the between ft a. ...and II p...
the employed he should have declinedthe
:" and laboring men mont simply FIRST-CLASS WORK -GUARANTEED. hIre menta..t vU Oriait aad Clftir
factories. The former class were the invitation with thanks and have WILL HELTOS'S
SSSTiCSAST
". most vehement defenders of the gold allowed the matter to go at that. In Banyan 2-2 Street,WEST PALM. BEACH. Ogre Strvrt treat falM fewrfcBURKHARDPS
standard. The complaint of the farmers other words they take the ground that
o. against low prices and their arguments Mr. Bryan should have treated the invitation -- --
against gold contraction were in purely as an individual affair. t
the minds of the high salaried agentsof This view of the case does not seem .SUN. '
the great corporations nothing but to be warranted by the facts. Mr. Bel. June It 1899. i
an irrational howl They were only mont did not act as an individual but .
f| able to see that cheap wheat, corn, beef as president of the Democratic club of Roaches Ants Bed-Bugs I 2
and pork meant that their salaries New York. The function was to be a
would go farther and enable them to I public and political Mr. Bryan was None of these things need ever bother anvboJy

enjoy additional luxuries. This class I It not invited as an individual It may be ..PETERMAN'S INSECT FOODS..
t ,p displayed a teal for the gold standard said in truth indeed that Mr. Bryan, in The OLDEST and BEST ,
f worthy cf a high apd noble cause. In such matters now has no individuality. Are no experiment no patent clap trap fake but the product of a *cientific -
fact the vehemence with which this He is the acknowledged leader of the and skillful chemist. Have been in use for years in the Urgn Hotels
clara conducted their crusade for gold Democratic party and is so addressed at newspaper published in the both in this country and Europe, Ocean Steamer, Bake IIoue* ud
and the intolerance and even disdain all the dinners and banquets which ha Private Residences, and will rid any place of these peku. i

I' with which they treated the advocate attends He is before the public in that Roach Feat H'lb TIM..? __...... ."...... ..... .....ISIS
County. Each week they DLscotcry. LIquki hern_..._.............. ......
of bimetallism attracted general atten and in other. He would -
capacity no Discovery i Paste Fora... ............. .. ..its
that low and falling ......... .. ... .
fJ tion. The fact have erred. therefore had he treated Aat Food- tiwl-"""a prices added to the purchasing power the invitation otherwise than as of a contain Pure Insect Powder Fr... .this. 1M". rrA.. Jlrvrt trt>. tk. l-
of their salaries creating in their public nature. tsrter..rd not . of this Is worm S of the kiuil .. olin tat MIll
pounds Ilicy naJly U florMa.
i minds a snpi eed identity of interests The end that Mr. Croker haft in view
between themselves and the money -for Mr. Belmont stood merely for his PER POUND, BTC. -

I t kings operated as a flattering unction chief-was to capture Mr. Bryan and ,', L. W. BURKHARDT Finest GrocerfeLO.o..o
t- to their benighted souls and caused make him the etar attraction at the ,
their bosoms to heave and swell with dinner. Had he succeeded the function All the News :c. : <><)- i
F unwonted pride as they paraded the would have%een advertised as a party ;

It country as the especial champions oft love feast. The silver champion at I '-.
the gold atondaril i Tammany's board, sitting at Mr. Del. ,
} That this class should be the first tot mont's right and in the immediate New Store New Goods 1 Rock Bottom Prices .
receive a solar plexus! blow through the neighborhood of other gold standard that IS News

t legitimate workings of the geld standard men. would have suggested a compromise &
t U not calculated to evoke much of some kind on the money question TfOf/IRSOf BROWN,
:, sympathy or cause grief among the and that would not only have mis f
farmers whom they denounced as calamity represented Mr. Bryan but injuredhim. B Dealers in Dry Goods, Shoes, Ladles' and Gentlemen'sFurnishings
bay weds in 1896. Under the gold He did right, therefore to steel ,
standard continuous falling prices have clear of the trap and to give the public and .

L deprived general business of legitimate his reasons for doing so. not only from West Palm We buy for cash and sell fcr cash BO give lower priced t liiu stora .bn give
profits. In the business world a condition The first man to approve of this action credit. Our motto is, Quick sales and email profit, and no discrimination tl
bordering on panic has existed a was Mr. Teller and that fact it
I Beach and immediate vicin- but sell to all at same price good arc all
of the time for One Teller the
greater portion mere full of significance. to ll-10-tf plainly marked in figured. I
than 20 years. The men with small silver cause is worth more than a thou ,

w capital have been practically driven out sand Crokers or Belmcnts. The Colorado ity but from all points 01
of bnsineea. The record of bankruptcieshas senator brings grist to the silver mill ,
been an appalling one. The result He carries his own state and influences I THE EHRMftN HOUSE
basJ>een to drive prudent men. having votes in the surrounding states. But note on the Lake and along :
much at stake in a business way to the Crokers and the Belmonta would Is now open for Winter Travel. .
pool their bubineas. putting their plant dismantle the mill if they could and BEST OF ACCO\nIODATIOXS.-TABLE: BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS
and property all under one head at a sow the site in salt. So that leavingthe the railroad, thus makingit -Bath. in Connection.

.; rating agreed upon, thus forming a matter of principle entirely out of Rates Reasonable. Short Distance from the Depot.
gigantic copartnership and dealing a the question, common prudence would
easily Address Mrs. S. E. EARMAN
WEST PALM BEACH. FLA.
deathblow to competition. They are teach Mr. Bryan to hold fast to Mr. r
thus enabled to dispense with the expensive Teller. The less be has to do indeed !
machinery of competitive trade.A with the sound money Democrats the
single warehouse and a single agency better it will be for him and for his THE TRAVELERS i

t at an important distributing point will cause in those sections where success, ,
mice where several were formerly required if success is possible is to be achieved. ,
thus saving enormously in rents -Washington Star. The Leading Family BewsDaoer NEW MANAGEMENT,-
and salaries One traveling man suffices Ma.
FELIX GARCIA Prop. Jacksonville
where several were formerly employed, Reed Will Be Hissed. U U A. A. 1 A *-
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and so on, throwing permanently out I. Reed is in accord with his party on --- -
of employment many thousand high the tariff money and merchant marine Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Paths, Complete Setvke.

salaried general agents and traveling subsidy questions, and it is admitted of Dade County The Best $2.00 per day Hotel in Florida. ,
salesmen who in 1896 were insanely that those issues will have a rough timeof
clamorous for the success of the gold it in the next congress unless Reed Take car at the Union l>epot and ask the LonJuctorUitoptt for Tratftor Fax j

standard which has since proved to be nor a man who would be equally regardless -- ..
the cause of.their undoing. of the rights of members is in the I
Another class, but one deserving of chair. It is just possible that the rejoicing % % V
more sympathy because as a rule over the czar's retirement from
THE SUN is wel-
their pretensions were less, the skilled congress was a little premature. It Already a i
laborers, members of labor organizations would not take many mistakes of congress | GUEfl G. STROHJVI, :

.,, who were imposed upon and next winter to wreck the Repub- come visitor to nearly ev $
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made to believe that the receipt of lican party for it will be held to account .- DEALER IN :7W..
their wages in dear money would benefit for the sins of omission as wellas
them voted for the gold standard for sins of commission.-Kansas City eryhome in this section, and Groceries
and brought upon themselves conditions Times. Staple Fancy ,
that deprive them of the power they
,
formerly possessed of resisting through Trusts Making for Free Trade. and its many attractive
their organizations an unwarranted Trusts are the direct and balefuj out. Grain and all Food Supplies.

reduction of wages. After the trust is growth of the high protective systemof features are bringing new
formed it is the tame as though one custom house taxation which has.I -1ECOUNTRY -
man owned all the factories in the glutted the home market and shut us i
' country. He may cut flown wages at oat from foreign markets that geographically -i recruits to its ranks each PRODUCE

, one point at a time and if the employees belong to us, thus by artificial AUays Fresh, Kept in S-ock.
strike he can close down at that process of contraction forcing an
i! '. point and do hIs work at other points, artificial relief in combinations to limit week. Your Patronage Solicited
I until the men are starved into submission production and enhance prices. In the
.. and so on from one point to an end it will find its solution in free 4-14 \\) Palm Beach, !' ;
other. Thus it will be seen that the trade come in through the open door. I :
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workingmen have lost their power to -Louisville CourierJournalOne
% Tiv 19 !a' apN.thcissrs +%"%%
defend themselves against starvation
wages because of the consolidation of Phase of the Co...
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the different business firms into a trustor The administration has decided that STUKKT.THE I II
gigantic copartnership.The ffS.OOO: regulars will be needed in the
votes of the laboring men wbo Philippine whether Aguinaldo -givesup I
are thus affected are responsible for the hia fight or not-just for garrison .I. MY SPECIALTIES :

election of McKinley. Many were led duty. Just think of it 1 This country 4/
to believe that it was to their interest : pot along very well with an army of
t: to be paid in dear dollars, and that they 25.000. and now 10.000 more are needed FANCY FAMILY ('..KOCERIK&CALIFORNIA ::

would advance their own interests by to garrison a few islands that we CORNER 1'KII.D: FkCII'SI'NCY
voting for the gold standard because it have seized under our new imperial
meant that the money they would receive policy.. -Indianapolis Sentinel Realize this hence the free TEAS AND COFFEES. tc
as wages would have a large purchasing GROCERY FRESH FRUITS A.NU VEGETABLES
Others who were sufficiently Same as .. Silver I..ae. IN SEASON.
intelligent power. to understand that "A subscriber" wants to know bow use which they make of its

dear money necessarily meant cheap Senator William E Allison We stands do not oa NEW STORE NEW GOODS COURTEOUS TREATf ENT.
men were intimidated and bullied into the policy of imperialism. ,
voting for McKinley and gold. know. Neither will the senator know colums and its increasing
time. When the policy is definitely
In the states of New York. Pennsylvania for some Prompt Free Delhery on lioth Sides of the Late.e .
and Massachusetts, where the settled and in full working oper advertis-
popularity as an
of earners determines all ation. Allison will step forward without
'vote elections.wage McKinley's plurality reached cracking an egg shell and state just J. F. OLIVER Proprietor
stood all the time.-Omaha ,
the enormous figure of 786.80. while where he ing medium.
hi* plurality in the whole country Wurld-LIerakL


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THE TROPICAL- SUN. WHY IS IT? Gardner outlines hm .
purpose by
? j'ump.TJ
The the riu E.
question is asued by visitors ,! GRUBER
now and HARDWARE
i TROPICAL expt'CUudoa thing .
MJI MJBLISHIXG COSIPAKYCUY to this progressive little town almost or two. ,

i J \ ', L Well, have lute of fnu if we dol''t
METCALP day is
KDIIOR.PUBUiHED every why it that more CROCKERY
i make much mrney.1IELECTION and
adequate provision is not made for

t t AT "tBT PALM BEACH.'EVERY DAOC THURSDAY COUNTY,FLORIDA. passengers, ladies especial. at tbe

SUBSCRIPTION F. E. C. Railway station ? OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS FURNITURE.
& PRICE. '%.00 A YEAR. Not

i't KBlrrcd it the Fostoffice of West Palm Ikach for white even women a separate is provided waiting room and Senator McCreary, editor of the =- All Kinds of Boat Goods.

as KCOOI]clan matter. what in the result? On Gainesville Sun, a paper whose ed Store- *.Tinware Doors,gash .*d KlwJa
one
morning
THURSDAY. JCXB 1. 1899. last week we saw more than a itorial policy has been very ranch in All Kinds of Fishing Tackle and Sporting Good.

dozen line ,,'iththat of THE TROPICAL Sex Gasoline Stores. Bin frame
\ white ladies compelled to standout Kerosene Oil Store

on the platform in tbe on all public questions,has succeeded Glassware,Lamp and Lanterns. Harrison Jhf..leacl). Vised Palat

son for nearly an hour burning' in securing the passage by both '"Mall Order.Gina Pr-mpt AtU ttM. 11'1111
waitiirg fo,
> 1r1:11Iii7 a House and Senate of his bill .
: belated provid -
train
while the
Keats in the i ing for a constitutional amendment TO THE SEVERAL STATE PAPERS LEGAL .

funeral waiting room were occupied. whereby County Commu-sionerewill that have been on the verge of having f/OT/CES. .NOTICE TO APPLY FOR

1 by netreoen, who were junt as much. "conniption fits" LETTERS:; PATENT.The .
hereafter over the
lie
: Alerted prospects
the
by
entitled to them as the people. A TASTER'S SALE.In .
were of
whites. i Railroad
a
Tli This amendment, of Commission Bill nnilerigncd give antice Hut Dley Utr'4
conrse
It is not that must to to His
apply
negroes occupy the be so ammended as to give Judicial Excellency W. P. BknhaO,
general submitted to the voters at th*> punmaB of a final decree of foreclosure Governor of Florida, for Letters rattatipoa
waiting room that the citi lit Xt general election before it p win to the Commissioners, THE rendered by tbe Hon.Minor 1'. Jones. Judge the proposed charter hereto appended
( %'' here liecomes !- of the
is
ROPlAi protest for they are entitled a law in effect.{ SUN would euggebt in answer to their in and! 'nr Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida Application will be made Ipoa the ISlk cia,

; to proper accommodations, Commenting direful prophecies Dade County. In I hanrery Kitting of June, 189% or as MOB thereafter a* the applicants
but on this enactment the GainesvillSim as to theclpstrl1l.t.iotl at Chamhera. on tbe 4th day of May. A. P. can be heard.
it is tluit H t-eparate waiting and obstruction I lN! 'JIn the ,
HO miiipleteiy voices of railroad enterprises fhlio'.rlI'8u therein pending N. ... BOYXTOX.M.B. .
i soN room is not provided for while our sentiments that the latest i issue c.f the "therein FrankUn Sheen U complainant and LYU AX.R08T. .
i as that p 'j*>r so often does William S. Llnton. Ida M.
.
Llnton.
women nM there xhould be at (Railway Wawen It.T UI.OI.
a point Age we have W.. Blackmer.
nf such that' we reproduce its editorial, inno seen says that Nellie& Blackmer.Charleti H. J. A. McLRAY,

buhiness importance as is ft. HS f*tl I*tivu* I it is_ probably that 5.000 miles of .,Hayden..___....and_..L Kate, ., B. I-arkln are defendant*. w.H. I nvI. .

UA West Palm Beach.It If there is road will be built in the United States on ur the uitueimguHi apeeuti Aianier in Cbanl't'l')'. BKOH X.
anything the .
people of L.C.LYMAX.C. .
doen heem that it would lie: only this country shonld be sticklers for during tha present y ar. This construction First Monday in Jute, A. D. 1899, C. STROHM.CARLfiCURKBXKK..

reasonable and fair that the paswengir it is their right to a voice in the se if carried forward .
will
::1 being the Stb
lection day thereof,
ol will
,
UP station pnblic servants Just in JOeU at public
at this
point should be far present more than double the auction for cart In .
so as the people are deprived of new hand to the beh! ...t and
provided with aladie*' waiting room, this right does this government fail milage' of any year since 1894. It is beat bidder. In front of the Court Houae!'door Thi Instrument witnessrtb that the atHIn-
of
j toilet room aud to be what its founders intended. Raid County of Dade, within the legal signed and Ibeir successors have associated
jI
drinking reported that
water to In instance where over 4000 miles of new bourn of nale. tbe mortgaged themselves together to beeowc IlM'Orpontr4'
every the pirminefl
I men- _
people
say nothing of painting the Landing surrender their right to vote do they road are at the present time either tinned In the bill of complaint in thin mum?, under the laws of the Mat of KlurUa (o( Uc '
rind adorning the weaken the form under and In naid decree particularly transaction of the business of building
I 4 surrounding ol government contract or actually under decrtued and operating -
ilinvted to be sold and maintaining a .
under which they live. to-wit Telephone S'lI1tm a J
grounds by planting out grass, This is and ever should te a government construction. The Railway Age i Being situate in the County of Dade and :i Exchange, accordinK to the Jollowiag charter

'; putting iu flower beds, etc. The first by the people. All govern gives a list of twenty States and State of Florida, and known aa the Southwt and such by-laws as may from tine to USM tw

THE ELABORATE named items ment officials from the quarter of the Nortb-eaiit adopted. __ ___
CELEBRATION of are essential and the president Territories, each of which have i quarter of
r ectlon \
down to constable shonld be jver ttix. Township forty-nine, aonth
Queen Victoria's elected of
birthday
; a& held ut two last named are merely suggestive by the people. The centralization 100 miles of line under contractor Ilange forty-three Eagt, containing forty AITtCLB OXB (l).

1'ampa. Key Wwtjind other FloridaCltk8 a& being in line.witb the general of political power is a menace to the unde construction., In over half ot aerem more or lew; alxo the South-eaxt: quarter The name of the corpuratio shall .be th* "

i last week, was die\ ocrasiou of purpose aud effort of our townspeople liberties of the people and in direct these States named of the North-cant quarter of Section nil, principal EAST COAST TcLrruuE COMPABT. ind it*
are effective TownKhlp place of .
conflict forty-nlne.llouth buslue shall be
with the spirit of our insti of Range forty- at Wcrf
Her
!. Majt'IJtv writing an appreciativeletter to make this place the most tutions. Railroad Commissionna.i It i is the three East containing forty acres of land Palm Beach Kla.

to Governor Bloxhnm, ex pressing attractive and ;desirable residence The people of Florida nor in other_ sheerest nonsense to talk of more or 1I'tuI. and aluo all that portion of the (
a North-
her gratification that l<'lordilIns, town in the State of Florida. State need be told of the evil effects constituted Commission properly Cant of*tbe ekt quarter Florida of the South-eaot quarter AITICLK TWO (a).
resulting front the being Coatit lIne t
Canal The
appointive of
ftbould thus do her honor.TTX ., If it be the desire of the officials of tell They well understand sys a menace to tion nil. Township 10rtI-nloe/IOuth Sec general nature of the business to be Iran- i .
that legitimate railroad investments. .._ .Lu of Range lacted: shall be amlull oa aad .......a.e.. .
the F. E. C. Railway to co-operate under mat system the iu 01 toe Trne it is and I 'unj-iuirc juuu! containing IHeniy-elgul. telephone line or lines- between- Uiami-and:
., people is frequently ignored by the shonld acres, more or lew. Jacksonville, Florida. j ,
with the citizens of towns along/ its appointment of public servants who be, a menace to robbery and imposition : And all that portion of the South-went .

OCALA BANNER in its last issue line who be are objectionable to the quarter of the South-eaKt '
may making strenuous majoiity. but to l legitimate methods quarter east of the '
publishes cdhtract entered into by efforts to improve and beautify their The appointive system carries with never. Florida Coast Line Canal, Section six. Town AITICl TBDEB (S). /'1,
it this wherever it is ship fort'Dloe.IOutb of The authorized
power made Range forty-three capital stork cf the
the Ocala papers which shows up the towns (and they claim that it is), operative, and the safety of the people *** East, and containing thirty-four acres of (hall be five thousand dollar 'SS...Coapa.). will y .'i I

Deals Star in anything but a favornils then we are at a loss to understand from ,imposition depends upon THE LOWER BOUSE of the land,more or lew, according to tile plat t-r privilege of increasing: tame la lit, tbtMmwi t
the elimination of that Texas Plans of the General Land Office of the dollars ($ 0.000)). to be
in divided
light to an honest public. Cutting why these matters have iieen power so States.Abo. United ia fifty share* "
ignored
fa- as possible. Legislature baa recently passed an (<0)i of the par ralue of OM hundred dollar*

legal rate is contemptible bus- .as to thepa accommodations Everybody knows that there are income tax bill, providing for a tax the Routb-west quarter of the North ({loo) each, ten per cent, of which win be paid 1

iam at Us beat, but when this is at West Palm Beach. We "ig men holding office in this State who of 1 east! quarter of Section 7Township! forty in by the ijch of Jun ; the balance shall be .
say could never reach official per cent on all personal incomes nine south | Range forty-tbree paid in such
Ea"eo.. amounts and
done In the face of place by at such times utile
a solemn obligation nored, for it is but fair to that of taining forty directors
say the people. over $2,000 per annum. It is acres of land, more or lens the may direct. .

and a written and signed ton-. our worthy Mayor has been striving The action of the Legislature in believed that the Senate will if it has name being part of the lands conveyed to
tract Editor its efforts to provide for the Albert P. Sawyer, trustee, by deed
Harris election from
for the
surely has cause nearly a year to get the railroad not Florida AKTICLB rorft ((4)). "
of County Commissioners already done so. pass the bill Coast IJne Canal and
the Transporta
I for]JOlt grievance, and if the Florida II authorities to supply these needs people is a move in the right by direction when it reaches them. Many tion Company, bearing date of the 26th day exist The shall term be for which this corporation shall

Prws Association and it would corporation of May. 1892. and duly recorded twenty-five years.ARTICtB .
was worth enough and all to no purpose, as ,et. please the people June 23.
hirelings and subsidized
of the State the newsapers 1892, among the records of the I
were
Legislature
powder to blow togo County of
it The
up, hiaappe.ilto citizens of this fowoled by a still further and make similar ( are reviling what they are Dade Book E of Deedd,pages -489 to 493 PIVB (S).

I it would secure redress. As it is, we progressive, public spirited Mayor, provision for the election of Circuit )leased to term 'drastic legislation" inclusive. (30RDON K. BROOME The business of the Company shall be coa-

are in grave doubt as to Bro. Harris have worked a transformation in the Judges and other officials. hv T"y".. A. Q""n., ......1 .&. _C'LL__ .II May.II.. ...-_.,...1899.. n .<>.._..U.'h. 'U ..Special_ Master. ducted_,.._ by ct..11.a. Board_,....,... .of_five..Directors.L ... The Di.rn. -
O< 6 V" .or\omplwoaut.. -n --- '" uum I I'U 0.. Dumber. .
chance for redress. place both in appearence and SUN I The" refusal of these: same corporations President a rice-President, a Treasurer and.

I roundings, and so far have SHOULD BE ABOLISHED. to Secretary and until the first election ocean.
experienced answer court
N.
summons and Vf ASTER'S SALE. S. Boynton will act as President U. B. Ly-
prec'ousjittle of that cooperation acknowledge their amenity to the man Treasurer,and Robt X. Taylor
Tk OCALA 'STAB is ONE of the all we have for From the date of the very firet1 Secretary.
years heard existing laws of those snmeand other Io punnance of a final decree of foredofcnre
issue
too many Florida papers that seemingly promised to such places as would of this' paper, twelve years ago, States is certain rendered by Ibe Hon. Minor S. Jones, Judge ARTICLE ill (il.)
as to
I have lost sight of thcsurronudiiigtf evidence desire to themselves itrt editor has denounced the State bring about of the Soventb Judicial Circuit of Florida In The Company shall not be authorised to con
help convict lease this so-called "drastic legislation"in and for Dade(.ouDty.lo Chancery tract indebtedness in execs of iu capital Hock
and environments of the buxinexa in the evsterr. With the Bitting at
way < f local improvements all the States where the people Chamber*, on the 4th day of May A.D.1899! subscribed and paid for.

men and crop, producers of the and enterprise. It has frequently growth of moral peutiment and by are suffering from In the Chtncery caune therein pending where In wi ness whereof tbe subscribers

Htflte, h iU Mind Adoration of thppu..er been promised, but has thus tar the aid of runhoientioas. hnroaiip corporate and in S. Liuton S. A. Bravo U complainant and William ereunto set their names and residences have th;.
,
that control, This ia demonstrated failed to materialize editors throughout the State the en- monopolistic oppression. The signs mer. Nellie Ida M. Llnton Warren W. Black- ith day of May, 1899.N. .
to C. Blackner
.any appreciable of the times and Charles! H. .
Hayden S.
speak 'plainly. The BOYNTON Poit Huron, Mich.,
of the
norniity heinous
by its editorial wrmJta extpnt.Agaio Hjstem has are defendants, the nodel'lll ned Special J. A. McLEAY. Watford,
OnLMT.
have
bet-n people been imposed upon, defied Master In Chancery, on the
lweek brought to the .
anent "Florida paperswiMi we ask-Why is it? e.V,81l0d consideration H. COX Boynton. Fla.L. .

populistic leanings'' who havetteen of the people and their reprewnttitivps and oppressed so long that the First Monday in June, A. D. 1899, C. LYMAN. Delray Fla. .

fit to comment on the in Legislature reaction is likely to bring with it being the:5th day thereof will gell for caxh M. B. I.nu\.La n tana, Fla.G. .
.
oJI. assem
report G.
THE REAL SITUATION. bled. legislation more drastic than the la hand to the highest and bett bidder, in I STROHM West Palm Beach Fla. ,
M. Hiigler's Seuatoifcl 1 r. pir. front of the Court House door of t-nid CARL SCIIREBXICK. West!'atma'cla

ttliuns. THE TROPICAL Srx, for OIIP,, The Sunnf.nn.l,. ., in. it.>.i uffurt... tn... ( ommeriting, on our editorial, ol oppressors of the people now dream. of_u Dace, M, Itbin the legal hours of Male County, tberiRHKeu I c..... __ ....,..____ ,
____L ." ... .. i wo \\'l'I'l\s on premiBeg mentioned in toe U'.nv. .U.IV"Coon. -
,QUeD 1''ft'fIt to01l rge or"popUIlMt IcIpllllin answer the btntemeot of this ago THIS sunjeci; mePensacola bill oi or VAVB (
complaint in thl
paper cause, and in Raid decree On this,
Journal the nth
under (he day of May. ,
us the Star puts it, to relative to printing lepjal notices for 11110\1.' caption THIS MOU.MNG Mayor Whilldin received particularly described and directed to beHold came before me X. & Boynloo.1899 J. A.personally McLcay
,
wearing the collar and bearing the the Cojinty at rates less thin AA.\S : from Traffic Manager lieckwith. to-wit: W. H. Cox, r.. G. Lyman. :M. B. L>man, G. C.
ui'miot ka ble brand of pnih.v It is time the state convict lease Heine situate in the County of Dade and SUohm and Carl SchreUnii-k, who
a "monopolist ict.vraupy" viii.d lit w jreta right down to the sStem was abolished in Florida. of the F. E. C. Ry., a rebate of State ot Florida, and Lnnn an Lot One of to me well known after briug bring ptrbonally -.

that ia no indell.bly markeduri rt'lIl gil'lt of the whole question whi-n Even were it operated under the best seventeen dollars freight on two Section Six, Io Tonnxhlp Forty-nine South that they signe-l their sworn.nOKledued name

I he editorial oho it "If of conditions, the sj'stem itself isK of Range forty-three Ea>', containing fortyxix a d affixed their seals
: pagen manv My*, the ConimismomTs hud (carload of shell from Fort, Pierce acre of land, to the abo e charter.
rong. Convict labor should more or If**. In witness
Florida newt>|lllllt'1'tI| tOcla)'. kept their voluntary promise to 1ft be allowed to compete with honest never ordered and paid for by him some And also lx>t Two ot Section Six in Tonnblp hand and seal bereof.1 this th hate day and hereunto year set above my

the labor, and its forty-nine south of Range written..
work Kant
be limited entirely to public improvement containing forty-nix ncrex of la-d. more ROBT. R.
tieter Im-e mi id a word." The seven dollars exacted at that time I or letig, according to the TAYLOR (sEAtJ.
WHAT plato
THE SET KKSULT of the effort present legislature or plan of Notary Public State at .
Large.ASTER'S
of the HN-iety of "Friends of Editor Gardner i is perfectly corrwtas yet has lime to inaugurate ways andmeans for these shell for public use on the tbe General Land Office of the I'nited Mate*.

the Floiid-J Seminoles" to the voluntary statement of for a change.In streets of this town seemed unreasonably May-4,18S. GORDON. U. IinoOME.
niny l lit' with the Sunday; IMHUP of the Ghins- Special Master. ) SALE.la .
the present LtfUlnture: is hard! toratiuiflte one of the Coii'mis MI'Creury.'ho.
the oUiere gave rerbal assent.liein by Mayor to the pursuance of a final
at this time. One bill I Ipafwftl 111I11. lid railway management decree of fornto..al'reud \",
the
.
the HOIINP <* their idea of fair plav. However way, is one of the ablest men of the facts as to the public use to red by the Hon. Minor S.Jones Judge of
providing for the SALE. he; Seventh
and most conscientious and Judicial Circuit of Honda in and
THE effective
establishment of ti 'niinole Industrial Srx man, who wag there be made of the shell resulted in the for Dade County, in Chancery kitting at cham
workers in the
School with, annual present and heard that same statement present State Senate, liberal rebate allowed. Notice U hereby giten that by virtue of an bers on the Fourth Day of May, A. D. IS*, in
an appropriation comments as follows : Execution iiwued out of the thr Chancery Cause therein
did not then or since have County Court 01 pending wherein
the
of |500, placing the management There is nothing about the !. Dade County, Florida, in procerdlngg therein Eugene H. Pimick is Complainant and William
convict
((lightest idea that (he Commission bad, wherein R. Thomas S. Lintou, Ida M.
Liutou.
in the hands of the executive lalwr lease system to commend it. plaintiff and the Warren W. Black mer
ers purpobfd doing an thejr prom but almost everything connected LEGAL NOTICES, Tabernacle Baptlxt Church ofVe..t Palm and Charles H, Haydea are Defendant, the
committee of
the aforesaid KOcletj. ised. They simply wanted the with it deserves and should receivecondemnation. Beach defendant, I shall, on the undersigned.Special Master In Chancery,on the

Another bill has passed bi.tli text of an excuse for their pre It is a breeder of 5th day of June, A. D. 1899, First flonday In June, A. D. 1899,
houses win-rein conduct, crime a burden to the JJOT1CE.fn
prou'Mon is made people and the
game beii g the first being the t if th Day thereof, will
Monday in it'll
realizing/ as well a disgrace to the the for rasll
they might that : State. It i ill
( won month and in ban.I to the
or'grantitigand sett ing apuit certain a Irgnl aale day, hetneen tbe highest and best bidder in front
their of derful that such a shameful, dis Circuit Court Sei-enth Judicial Circuit hour of
lands for the use and benefit of'the grip was questionable duration graceful blot civilization of 11 o'clink a. m. and 1 o'clock In the the Court House dour of said County of Dade.
and they had iiettt tie to have been upon shonld of Florida,in and for Dade County.In afternoon offer for sale to the blghext bidder within the legal hours of sale, the mortgige
something
so long tolerated.
rVmiiiote I ml It has
inns. These Tire could been since the Chancery.JOU.N for cllilh. before the dour of the Court Houoe premises mentioned in the Bill of Complaint in

the U. N.llllJtlll described in the last they mould and weaveas a school for system the was inaugurated of Dade County, at Juno. Florida the follow. this caui: *, and in said decree, particularly dr -
they might wish promotion of CAXUER ) lug dexrrilied Real cribt-d and directed
and thus delay Estate tract: tp be Mild, to wit:
report of the: Secretary of the Interior crime. The system is responsible VH. >In Divorce-Cro8H Bill.
All
Being Lot 5 in the
the of NAVY Block 41 in the following described land
day their permanent for the commission of CAMMED) town pin situtte ia
and cover about four hundred undoing more crime of Went I'ulm Beaih Dade County, Florida. Dade County 1'lorida: The North-wbtquanet'

..&._----., -- -_ na Inner aa poslit.lt'. than all other causes combined. The It annemluff from the affidavit ofV.. I, with the... (..bn..h Rn.t"I'U""U"U"_.. .. 01 tbe North.. ....... ,..'AP'.._._ _. ,n,, L_ _
I.UUUWtUU Ul',,". cost to me ----- "" IOtre- -- --> 'uu. v. "" noo ""n...
state, as a Metcalf. Holk'itor for
was'their r.-suit ot onering defendant filed In
I This the unto
,
belonging and Township
forlorn Intercut Forty-nine South
hope, and I of the trus of Ringetorty-
encouragement to this monster above entitled cause, that since bin
I filing bill tee of said church in the three, East,containing
t
>ame.May Forty of
acres land
while
we are frank to that stumbling block, in the of lIaM complainant more oJ
fay simple ban left the
way ma
County and less
EDITOR APPLGYAUD of th 4.1809.!! R. J. CHILLIXGWORTH or the same being of
<> Sanford part the lands
terial and advancement State ot Florida convejed -
progress
should of and
justice that in his
impel the belief
to
Albert
! Chronicle has for County Cora- civilization is Sheriff of Dade County. P. Sawyer Trustee by the
lon incalculable, valil John
time Cttumt-r
a ohonn For U a
non-rettident of W. I. METCILF, Florida Coast Line
mil4siunt'rs
to give the Attorney for Plaintiff. Canal and
Sunny Land, have Transportation
years the people protested the State of Florida and
that hinnynipalhies for and interehtin that bin place ofrwidence Company by deed dated the
Mime recognition and] against the continuance of the Itt unknown Twenty-sixth Day
to
con the
affiant of
patronage ; and May, A. O. ,
the 1892 and
rominon people have been i vict labor lease duly recorded
among
without that the
not the basis system a\ail. plaintiff over 21 of the
on of cut rates however years age, and records of said! County.
completely eaned in bis inordinate The time has come\\hen they should tb it there in no one in this State the cervlce 'HERIFF'S SALE. i>92. in Book "E" of Detd-i,June Twenty third.
we !If elieve we are well speak in thunder pages JC9 to.tt inclusive.
tone*to
admiration an flattery of acquainted with the character of the power demanding their tbat the defendant baa bled a cro8 bill aodaOIl"er Notice IH hereby given that nmler and by CORDON R. BROOME.
the railway corporations -cf the voice be heard and their rights and herein. virtue of an execution ironed by nd out of Special Master. .
"B'g' Three" who left ROBERT R.TAILOR Solicitor
State. So far did he stray that he are (it used to interests respected, Causes which It I III therefore ordered that yon, John Cannier the Circuit Court in and for Dade County, :Kay 4, 1199. forComprt
be the. Big Four) to have controlled .'Ia.. in
recently indited say that it will other legislatures do appear to the cross bill and answer a certain cause therein pending
a most remarkable be a drizzly day when they let th should not be permitted to control filed herein on or before II herein !FUman '& ('0. areDlaln iffn and 1 I,
> ,
I Treed attempting to wore the I the body row in sesson at Tallahas M. Allen and &. M. Wilder
policy are defendants. TO I
spirit of justice enter into August jth, A. D. NOTICE DEBTORS AND CREf
th-ir see. The 1899, .
the
has
hod doctrines of Win. J. Bryan operations question been consi undenilgned u III sell to the highest am ,
unless. Dfrchance. they too dered by the people of the State, I being the flint Monday In the mocth. bt bidder for cai-h, before the front door of _

whereiij-on tbe Palmetto Xe"'s tell tee Ihe''handwriting on the wall" public sentiment and the interests It U further ordered tbat thN order be pub- the Court Houne of Dade County.Fla.,on ttf Notice IH hereb; given that all pl'fIIOolIlav.
him to stand! on the Democraticplatform so oi the people demands the abolishment llxhed once a week for elxbt ing demand
conwentlreweeks

plainly that 5th Day of June, A. D. 1899, any again*! the E tate of Jump
: I if he is Democrat hey might try to ret of the cotHct labor lease prior to laid 7th day of August, A. D. C. KII: a Dutitwd
,
i or ;jro ie\e themselves in puMicestimation system and there is no good reason 1899. In TUB TBOPIAL SIN. a newnpaperpulilixhed the same beingtbe first Monday in the month. prevent tbl'mto undvreigned. to

o't'r Rod join the lleputilican( party by a faint show of why action should be deferred. Let In said County of Dade, State of between the bourn of 11 o'lock n. m. and !2 ticated ithin the time prem-ribed duly by authen la

ootri :ht. To thin the cause "IheOcala square dealir.g the legislature put an end to that Florida. o'clock p. m., tbe fyllonlog described rea till notice M III be pkaded in bar ",or
e.ll1'I'o\.r '
with the County system which is disgraceful Ordered thin lit of estate to-wit ).
papers( entitled tit /: demoralizing day June. 1809. And all
I &litor" very aptly l'\t tH Lot One III....-.. 2.1 person ouhur e-ups public patronage.However and humiliating from every [olea! ] A. F. QCIMBY.CUrk according to a map to make are reqnired -
that Bro."Appleyjfrd htoD on. the the standpoint of consideration. The Circuit Court. of West Palm Beach, Fla.. now on record i lu Immediate payment to me.
Dear future 3EOKOE
has
and several legislatute has the power to act ; its W. I. METTALF, Solicitor for"" ..,..t. ,Dade County Fla", aid property haling W. LAIXIUUT.
btlf..111 ground keep the T.-p., I, tales to tell, and ,been levied Executor of the Estate
wlut. the Board' duty is plain and if it fails to meet I upon as the property of pah .

111.41 c.? from Lfii't; ; ..Ij JoDeaouj-. ''will,i do remain to be oeen. Editor the nquire.ncnts of the people it I defendants. K.J.CHILLING WOKTH Went Palm Beach. Fla.of JameM C. Klnlll"" .

should be, aud will be, condemned. Subscribe for the MlY", 1899. Sheriff of l ude County. TblM twentyiitu
Sun. day of Janpal
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AN ECHO FROM THE DINNER. ODD FELLOWS. FUN AND FACTS. LEADING: BUSINESS FIRMS PROFESSIONAL anus.

Hake Lodge Meellmg Ia .retU*. -
I The Ijinc Associated-Press sent Triple Link g t0.. -- Whose Cards Appear ia this Paper, I. METCALF
the statement. thai there were Witty Sayings Interspersed With W ,
out No matter bow excellent a lodge may be Classified ''
colored people at thi one-dollar Jeffernnnian nor bow strong In matters of finance or Business Bargains.A Alphabetically. ATTORNEY.AT.UW. 1

: dinner in New York and membership, continued success can only NOTARY PUBLIC.
: be gained by the officers,having all the ARCHITECT: '

after the news was well disseminated, MASONIC. IBM something on hand to engage the parrot owned by an Arch street T D Town, West Palm Beach Court Will.practice Coantr.SUUtwt F dml
lodge's attention. As soon as one entertainment LAND : A SPECIAL
denial there of CASfS
followed it by a that physician gave signs possessing, Is. -
f Aa Ohio Masoa'i og Service IK Of- or reception la over let another Office in TBOPKAL 8c. Block
were any negroes at the banquet. Treatleboard DealPL be planned for the future. Vary the mo "almost human intelligence" the BANKING: Wet Palm Beach, Dad Cunat/ I lorKa.

: The Jacksonville Times-Union and Judge Samuel W. Courtright of Circle- notony and sometimes friction of regular other night. A party of young folks Dade County State Bank

Citizen in its usual sneering way, yule possesses a Masonio record seldom sessions! visit a by sister an early lodge.adjournment If there is in a orderto weak were on the lawn and were spending West Palm BeachBARBERS PRANK W. POPE

-'a said editorially in its issue of April equaled in the annals of the fraternity. neighboring lodge struggling for existence an hour in guessing; riddles. Finallya 'U.

I Although but a little over I 60 yean of age help it as well as your own lodge by asked. does : A TTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR A TLAW.
21st: young Irdy "Why a dog
-. i he U now serving his twenty-fourth year inviting it to visit your lodge upon some Wm Schaudt West Palm Beach 111 Ea t Bay Street.
sat together -
Colored and white women torn around twice before he lies
dollar dinnerin as high priest of Circlevllle chapter. Nor Etated evening. If the robes and paraphernalia Milo Cooper, West Palm Beach 2-5-08 FLORIDA
JACKSONVILLE
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L at the Bryan and has hla Masonic work been confined to the of a degree staff are among the down?" SI.BICYCLES. ,.
New York; colored men for be has served his valued possessions of the lodge do not allow
each other for chapter, frequently Before could the
c white men elbowed the moths and rust them any body answer :
At least this feature was not lodge as master,his council as thrioe lllua- corrupt __ ____1.:1: ...1'.I .__ .::1_ L __L A LEX st. CLAIR-MRAMS:
,: rlace. rWlIMlwpwa zxss. parrub' cruuneu, uue goou lurn ue- ueo s Aaams, west ram reacn 11. -.
will have
: and the South made No member of the order in Michiganwill serves another."-Philadelphia. Call. W R Mitchell, West Palm BeachBOTTLING ATTORHEY-AT-LAW
word if the change is r
to
- a say
compete for the Bolton prizes at the 'SI
genet aL They are giving us a new Jubilee meeting of the sovereign grand We are agents for the Ferris waists.. WORKS: jAczsoimitE, Fu.' t

' !- Jefferson. lodge to be held at Detroit Call and see samples and and leave your Practice In all the Circuit Courts,SLate ud

.Where our more or less esteemed William Clary Is now grand master of orders. BEE HIVE MILLINERY STORR. C Castellano MiamiBUILDING 12-2U-9S.Federal. 4

.. contemporary got the "women" is :!I Odd Fellows in Indian Territory and C. Se. ; :
"What, said the visitor to the village .
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to W. Hatfield grand secretary.The SUPPLIES:
give good
t inexplicable. Probably cornerstone of the Odd Fellows' of his childnood "what's becomeof 13OPE & BROOME : \
: Chas Welshans, JacksonvilleGeo ;
and to make the assertion ,
: tneiipure iiifit:( home at Greensburg, Ind., was laid May the one boy I hated-Willie Hawk Hacker & Son. Charleston, S C.
binding. 17. This is the first fraternity home in 1 ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, .
er.-the sneak? In prison, no doubt. 'SI
the state. It will cost 135,208 and will be
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has fit to
The T.-D. never seen correct t opened on Jan. 1, 1900. Each Odd Fellow He bore that fate on his face." CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS: St. AUGCMINK. Frju

its statement, thus! showing a r will pay 8 cents and Rebckah 1 cent "Hush," said the old inhabitant."He Franklin Sheen, West Palm BeachDENTISTS S-J-99JJ

more ignoble course than the disreputable which will yield about 'IS,roo. The 'US .
building will be in the shape of a Maltese is now Mr. Hawker, the famous
Associated Press. : : C. IIOOD.M. D, .
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cross and will accommodate 200 or more. millionaire. .
What ia the of the Times- D A Thomason West Palm BeachL .
pol'pOl4e The contract for the Minnesota Odd Fel. "What!I" cried the visitor. "My PHYSICIAN AND SURGtOM. .
Union Is it to Five recognition to lows' home to be located at Northfleld, T Daniel, Cocoa -.. ?:
I has been awarded and work begun. The dear schoolfellow a millionaire S.. Office and Residence near Royal FolidaW

a faUtehoods, having for their object contract price is 128,265. must call upon him and revive old DRUGGISTS: Hotel, PALM BEACH. 11.I-gI.

V tie iniurv of Mr. Bryan? Since the of the first Odd _ _ _ _ _ _ _ T
-- w 1 r organization friendship.-Ex E H Dimick West Palm Beach
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itr: Bryan has enough to take l\ Fellows' lodge In America In 1819 the order '..
lIf 7 I.J B. POTTER. M. D.
;I of without being buidened by I has relieved 2,400,207 members and SQUARE PIANO for sale at a bargain. R. .5
; care GOODS AND CLOTHING:
families in the sum of $79,000,000. Last Instrument in fair condl on. Inquire at DRY
falsehoods, and especially should the year over $3,000,000 was thus expended.Star SUN OFFICE. s-i8-tf Thomason & Brown West Palm Beach 8-23-93 PALM BEACH. FLA

\ Democratic press controvert such SAMUEL W. COURTBIGHT.trions of Bethlehem lodge Philadelphia, Mrs J Frank, West Palm Beach

J miiwtatementa. master and his commandery of has Assets amounting to 123,454, 22,300 Justice-What have you to say in Carl Schrebnick, West Palm Beach JJ S. BUU HAJJ, !I. D.

Knights Templars as eminent commander. of which is invested. answer to the charge of stealing this Dave Singer, Jacksonville ....
1 The New York Verdict says : I lIe served as grand master of tbe grand The grand master and grand patriarch man's plank walk? Sal SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN, I II

Speaking of Bryan, let us seize council of Royal and Select Masons for of Colorado belong to the same lodge. FERTILIZERS:
..- on this chance to nail. lie and clamp three years, declining a re-election. In Another interesting fact Is that the grandmaster The Accused took it by advice of Also a Specially in Gynecohgy.

\J it One should strike down men- Scottish Rite Masonry Judge Courtright was the first noble grand of said my physician, yer honor. He told Wm A Bours & Co, Jacksonville" Office at Be.ddence-SaItaIre Cottage. ,
dacity wherever it's found hissing has attained the thirty-third degree.It lodge and the grand patriarch was the flrsl Little Bros, S.ft00T '
take walk
.s should death me to a long every day.
just as one serve to vice grand.In .55
that Mason
is not so long ago a was
3 rattlesnakes on sight Both lies only' known to his brethren by hIs words California there are 353 subordinate fhis was the first long walk I saw today FIRE INSURANCE &REAI ESTATE: A. THOMASON, D. D. S.Office .

.... tnd serpents were tried and condemned and deeds; now the multiple designs tell lodges and 265 Rebekah lodges, with a and of course I took it.-Boston Brelsford Bros, Palm Beach S
;.'. before they were born, and the story to all eyes. combined membership of 37,000. I Transcript. Wallace R Moses, West Palm Beach : Corner Clematis A vi. and OliftWEST it.
all men are then executioners. Do
recall the dollar dinners in New Seven hundred and fifty candidates for Columbus (0.) Odd Fellows would be ,55 PALM BBUH. FLA
you notable for degrees in Cryptic Bite Masonry are to be pleased to have the 1900 session of tho sovereign No need sending away from home for AU kinds of modern eDUF7 know to the
York They were FISH DEALERS
:t.' the supenor City sort of those who came. obligated to Masonic secrets on the top of grand lodge meet in their city. any boats when Capt. A. T. Rose can & Hull West Palm BeachS ,.profession.. Teeth Gold extracted crown and without bridge-work pal; *. a.peciaity.
of Pike's peak in August and the Royal build yon one as fine or as cheap as you Reynolds ,
Nu gathering, for any purpose B Miller& Co, New York Office Bonn: g to n a.m.and I to 4 p. ..
A finer metal edge or purer feather I Arch Masons of MUsoari, Nebraska,Kansas -i. UNITED WORKMEN. want. See him. and place your order. io-j|" 8
Cheseboro Bros, New York
Iowa. Oklahoma. Wyoming and Colorado
ever occurred on the island of Manhattan Miss Chatter-I knew would be Caleb Haley & Co New YorkFURNITURE
p since the zo-breecbes. day of ore preparing to participate in the Tbe Order' Good Record Lat Tear. you

Hendrick Hudson And there were unique proceeding Workshop Chips. here today to see sister. .5' L.T. DAN&L,

DO neglOes present: not one. None Thomas H. Coswell, S. G. C. of the A. The record for 1898, based upon increase Mr. Cudler-interrogatively-In.( ) : .

I: were invited ; none sought to come. A. S. R., has decided that nonaffiliatlon and decrease of membership, is gratifying. tuition D E Cooper Mfg Co, Jacksonville DEHTISf.
It was a lie built to hurt Bryan in in a blue lodge also excludes the person All jurisdictions that have had two full ? -
M the South. If the South has an appetite from the Scottish Rite. years' experience on the pew plan show nQ Miss Chattes-No. Observation.You s55 COCOA, INDIAN' EIVKKFLOOJUA.1.JMIWALLACE

r for talsehood. it will feed on F. L. Jones is now grand high priest of Increase, save one. The level jurisdictions always on the same day GRAIN AND SEEDS:
tt; if not it will reject and cast it California Royal Arch Masons and W. A. also show an increase, save ope. Wisconsin appear Wm A Bours & Co Jacksonville U. MOSES,
I, i aside. There was never a negro at Davies grand secretary. ,that had suffered a net loss for a number that Ethel refuses onions at dinner. James B Bours,Jacksonville
either dinner of the dollar. of stands! ut the bead of the list
: Residents of the Ohio Masonic home years Metropolitan. S.' Successor to A. W. Robert ;
have made uniforms for the boYI'mDltal1 of classified jurisdictions in gains. Ken. HARDWARE: REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
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company of the home. tucky, Pennsylvania and New York juris- E. F. Haines has arrived and will be
dictions, that buve scored defeat after: M E Gruber, West Palm Beach Agent for Wet Palm Beach Town IU, also
''r TEACHERS'ASSOCIATION. William E. Ferryman of Terre Haute Is year found at Weybrecht's Machine Shop, West. Palm Beach Water Work. .
now grand commander of Indiana KnightsempIars. year, have now a balance on tbe right side and will do all kinds of repairing-Guns, .15 NOTARY PUBLIC.
of the ledger. ClematU Avenue, Olive!Street.
Pistols Bicycles Locks and kind near
Written fur THE TBOI-ICAL Sr.I % o,_ ...._ ._.. m....' n' .' ,'_..' _ft_ "" .___, _,__"- ,...._._ L '_ DIA uuiiunu UHUU3U VAtiuuijauuut!wcrn ut 11 UB wuri. v.nair: wueeis: lor saie.
A brother cannot dimit from South
demand for a
I Under the imperious Dakota if his dimission would received at the ISI1cbn..ettli grand lodge 113tf.Heafter I. The Boynton, Boynton
reduce
lodge -
progress in every dej artmeat in the office in AprilHomes The Palms, West Palm Beach METCALF,
the below the constitutional
membership GUY
being accepted-And) The Earman House, West Palm Beach
basiuesb world at present it goes limitIt for thowj who would otherwisebe
k Beach
hoiuektos U what the A. O. U. W. liproNidiiig I have Mrs James McCann West Palm NOTARY PUBLIC
now darling, just one
may
ItN without saying there is no more important is an Oregon decision that expulsionof The Travelers, Jacksonville
of eiUtence, and
one Indebted to a lodge works canoella.tbon i every day kiss! ? For the State of Florida at Largt.
factor than the thoroughly it has been doinx this for :'M .
'is' years.Delaware .
of lUCk debt even though the expelled I Deeds, Mortgages Lease and Contracts S
ZLL equipped school teacher. He has brother be afterward restored and no due bus nearly' enough new memo She-Will you promise never to Draflrd.Convry&ncfug .

such brother while bers to secure the ii.ooo ,rlze ask me again if I let have just JEWELERS: a Specialty.
cause to be a sinecure but when po can accrue against M you Palm Beach. All Work tiuaraateed Legally Correct
r suspended or expelled Rich relatives are mighty poor when it ? Idner & Son, West Office in TROPICAL Sra Block
Il'll ed of all the requirements of a comes to taking cure of poor relations. one Greenleaf & Crosby, Jacksonville West Palm beach Dade Cooity. Florida.

true teacher he will I he a model man RED MEN. Don't depend upon them. Depend upon "Yes, that is, I'll promise not to ..'

in the community in which he movt'8.llting the A. 0. U. W.. and you will not be dis- ask for that particular one again." LAUNDRY: P D. BROWN,

higher and broader than Callforala to Have Good Degree appolnU1. "Oh, well, take it, But I don't see .A_ .
I ; Work-Short Talk The money paid into the A. O. U.W. U I Wo Kee, West Palm Beach ARCHITECT AND BUILDER.
little envies: and jealousies which need for the benefit of the members pf the why you want to waste time asking m
J The deputy great sachems of the California Even- Flan and specification prepared.
abound in some communities, he reservation have formed an association order. _ _ such foolqnestions.-Chieago LAWYERS: Jobbing work given prompt attention at

'e'c will show. the teacher in all he dote, for the purpose of perfecting and exemplifying Knights of PythUi I ing News. W I Metcalf West Palm Beach Shop on Datura Street
the work in the warrior's and .
teaching both by example and precept chief's degrees. The opportunity for redressing a grievance A splendid violin fifteen years in use Frank W Pope,Jacksonville I

all or righting a wrong in connectionwith in first-class condition, can be bought Alex St ClaIr.Abrams, Jacksonville FRANKLIN SHEEN. GEO. O. BVTIoILSHEE.'l
and willing at
being ready / Ute tribe of Washington is one of the membership in the order of Knightsof for
$25.00. Instrument guaranteed.
limes to respond to the public desire. most flourishing in New Jersey and it has Pythias Is ample and sufficient and Address "Violin,"' care TROPICAL SUN. IS. & BUTLERS
considerable out at interest gives member the widest -
money every opportunityto
Tbn teacher of today in our public MEAT MARKETS: SURVEYORS AND CIVIL BHSIHIEM.
be heard.
St. Tamina's day was generally celebrated Cawker-He is addicted to small
schools is required to teach something by tho Red Men. In many cities the Pythian lodges owna J P Mendel, West"Palm" Beach I. Office at West Film Beach

: of almost everything,either directly Past Sachem Arthur Stiles of Pequod lot in the cemetery, yet Indianapolis talk. Will \Vhidden, Lands. legally Selecting sub-divided and grading and lands map, loetU far.tubed. t

J or indirectly. Such, also, ist tribe Atlantic City, Is great sachem of with 14 lodges and 3,000 members, ha Cumso-I am surprised to hear you S.--- lag and estimating timber a upeclalty. Care
t so far neglected to take interest In the ful and correct work guaranteed. AU .
the intimate inter-relation of the New Jersey's great council, while his wife subject. any say that, My experience is that he MUSIC HOUSE: by mail receive prompt atten.ion. com.mnnlcatlons <
Mrs. Mary W. Stiles, a member of Matoaua. .
Maw and Blueprint
but little although he is well at Lowe Pri
branches of knowledge, that to be council, is great Pocahontas of the great The grand lodge of Ohio meets in the gays Ludden & Bates' M H, Jacksonville ces. WEST PALM BEACH FLA. 11-7.93

proficient in any one branch a man council Degree of Pocahontas.The city of Columbus Tuesday, May 23. informed. -..-

primal cause of trouble In tribes In The Wisconsin brigade U. B. propose Cawker-That is what I mean. \ NOTARIES PUBLIC:

must have some acquaintance with nearly all cases U a violation of the law. holding. an encampment this year.. The His laneruaere consists of monosvlla- W R Moses., West Palm Beach k1 EMINOLE, BARBER SIlO?. \
nil other branches.ll ana Minnesota will be g I - ----- -
: There ia a project on foot for Louisville Illinois brigades' bles.-Detroit Free Press. Guy I Metcalf West Palm Beach Wm. Schaiult, Proprietor.
Socrates once declared ''a man is Red Men to form an excursion to attend tpvited to participate. .

i. *,sufficiently quent on that which htrt' > the great council of the United States! in Pilgrim Fathers." Boat building done nght at home in -., ( Formerly at Hotel Royal Poindana. -

corn moon. the most approved manner, good work NURSERY STOCK:
understands," hich leads us to declare During tbe year 1898 there died 84{ I Duly White Barber in the Town.
manship and at living prices. Call on ; John B Beach, West Palm BeachPHOTOGRAPHER
teacher become proficient Modern Woodaea.W. beneficial And four social members, makIpg > ,
; no can Capt A. T. Rose.
.J. Bryan will be present at the meetIng the mortuary rate for the year 10.3, I .5. West Palm Reach. Florida.
without contact with other of the head camp at Kansas City being tbe largest In the history of the order. .. .
: members of his profession. "iron June. The total amount at risk In force in .1. Blimbus! -Yes. I always make it a :

;: sharpeneth iron," so our teachers If you pay your May assessment today 1898 was $38,278,600, and the average rule to be! prepared for the worst. J B O'DonoghueVest Palm Beach CI1Y BARBERSHOP,'
will be of face value of each certificate 11,638. 1 in I'd
becoming
M and there no danger your Hamby-If were your place SiPHYSICIANS .
learn their faults correct
must suspended because you forgot it at the end Of those who died In 1898 but one helda lo the There's' telling First Door South of the Post Office.
well same thing. no AND SURGEONS: Easiest Chain and Best
i their shortcomings through of the month. certificate for $500. There were 67 who

f' ordered conventions, conducted on During the first three months of 1899 held certificates for 1,000 and 176 who when that stupid office boy of R B Potter, West Palm Beach Equipped Shop in Town..

; the Modern Woodmen of America paid to held certificates for$2.000:! a total of $419- yours may go to sleep and let some H C Hood I. toN 6-q.tf MILO COUI EB, Propr.
common sense plans. 500 of beach. certificate S Burnham "
$1,719
the beneficiaries of deceased neighbors an average
collector crowd his in.-Chicago
May we not now urge our school $883,000,and during those months skipped payable in 1898.! News. way IS.PINEAPPLE' EORGE S. ADAMS,

authoriti-s to use their efforts to one osbessment. G
Royal Area*..... PLANTS:
give us at this place summer school The bylaws provide the members of our "Do mean to tell me that the Deputy Supreme Commander
society shall be composed of white male The supreme officers of the Royal Areannm you G C Mattbams, West Palm BeachRESTAURANTS
for our County teachers? We ha' e persons over 18 years of age of exemplary have placed the sum of $200,000\ member of our legislature will be KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES
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in our midst teachers of experience habits and good moral character and not the hands of the supreme trustees, which ruled at the bidding any one man?" For the State of Fluids.
I in certain prohibited oooupationi.Kalab" with the interest accumulations to March :
: L who will cheerfully aid by counsel, engaged 81, amounts to $200,357.11 "Well"answered Senator Sorghum Schmid's Cafe West Palni Beach For Will information InMtitate TentH addrewi anywhere IW State.

I I and citizens who will entertain the of Honor. The changes in assessment rates made "they are getting rather particular. Will Melton, West Palm Beach .

teachers at a nominal price for board Grand Dictator Funk of Kentucky pro- canum by the supreme at the session council of of 1898 the huve Royal bad Ar 4 I must say the man's got to i>id S ..- B-l-99 Went GEORGE Palm Beach! ADAMH, Florida.,

i'I-t t as did Titusville last year in the poses to to separate use all the the grand state officers into districts and expects -i serious effect upon the lodges in Massachusetts pretty liberal."-Washington Star. RETAIL GROCERS:

interest of Brevard County. and hold them responsible. making the past year one of the L W Bnrkbardt, West Palm BeachJ
I most trying in the history of the order. "Oh 'I 'howed I would get it I" .
: We need an annual Institute The subordinate lodges of Massachusettshave / F Oliver' West Palm Beach
The membership of the order 1s now who had been fined for D Maihis West Palm Beach t
permaneDt.lnvested funds aggregating ; said the man J ,
which teachers r,1;
through:' our may 116.854, and Drooertr. valued at $20.- about 190000. *. (1....... .fi... .c.t..n1"v..d;....v...... .. Palm. .., R""io'U. .... .. IIIftaf'l 1
tainted butter. !And 1
-- -- --- selling guessI
of instruction.
I pass practical course 109. riii-um Ji
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of -
KnUhU and Ladle Boaor.Tbe
stand it. But it does seem
can
I X. Nothing counts so much for the good of
"z next session of the grand lodge of kinder hard to harebeen] fined by a SHOE REPAIRING:
an order as constant systematic, persistent Kentucky will be held in August. and
"I hare the honor to announce, Intelligent effort. already a number of eligibles to the grand judge with dyed whiskers."-Indian- W R Mitchell West Palm Beach

, i? captain that the fire is in the fourth Haeeabee. protectorship Among those mentioned have been are solicited Mrs. Caroline to run. apolis Journal. -.- 'Job Printing

story, and oar ladders and hose will The net increase of the entire order for Honaker, Thomas Osborne P. Q. P.. and : STEAMBOATS AND MACHINERY:

reach only to the second." 1898 was 43,845; total membership. 840.. Past Protector Field of Star lodge. FlJbby-HeI.'kle complains that MerrilUStevens Engineering Co.

wait iooo. The question of avoiding double assess after all his labor in behalf of the JacksonvilleTAILORING
] we'll have to
i "Indeed? then I I The order is flourishing in California. ments will be an important matter before public he gets nothing for it. ..- At the Son dee

i until the fire gets down to the eeci During, tbo post two years 82 new tents the supreme session. Some advocate aq that's than he :
f ond.-Fliprende{ Blatter. !have been instituted total membership increase in the rates-50 per cent'lf necessary. Dubby-And more
Abe Safranek & Son, West Palm BeachTRANSPORTATION
(,252. _ deserves. Nothing ia too /good for

In the contingent fund of the Maccabees Royal Xel."on.The him. I have board himsay so himself _'J
First Member Musical Committee $030,000 baa been accumulated $306,000 ,
total number of new camps organ. Boston Transcript LINES:
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: Dtjea the new soprano's voice fill the of which ww added last year.Hep..opba. ized in 1898 was 483, with about 15,000 Indian River and Lake Worth Steamers --

J church? I I charter members. Illinois leads, with 103 Mrs. Brown-I hear you bought Ocean S S Co. Jacksonville To Rent by the Hoar or Day. .

i I Second Member-IIardly. The ushers -I II I The supreme conclave will. hold its biennial new Minnesota camps,;52 Nebraska; Wisconsin 65:, ;45 Kansas; Missouri, 66; this property for a mere song. F E C Ry, Jacksonville ONLY HEW BICYCLES IK TOW/1.

there fourth weekof 82 Michigan, 26 South Dakota 19 Indiana. Mrs. White-No I bought it for ...
tell me that are alwajs session at Buffalo the ; ; ; Next Door North of Tropical San Block.

I vacant seats in the ry.-IMrct: next June. 11; North Dakota 10i; Ohio 4. him (nodding toward her husband). WHOLESALE GROCERS: W, R. MITCHELL ,
: Omaha has nine local Royal Neighbor ,
| Morris O.Cohen of PittsburgUiupranMarchoa
Boston Transcript. & McLaudn Jacksonville.
t t Journal. of the order. lunv. with upward of 1,500 members. Pope Proprietor. t

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II ENDEAVOR,, TOPICS. THE SUNDAY- SCHOOL. -EPWORTJff- LEAGUE. I LADIES


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Y. P. s. LESSON X, SECOND QUARTER INTER- THE LEAGUE TOPIC FOR THE WEEK Have GOODS -
f c. E. TOPIC FOR THE. WEEK you seen our New bines of SUMMER DREb ;
NATIONAL SERIES,JUNE 4. ,
BEGINNING JUNE 4
BEGINNING
,, -JUNE 4 I pawns, Organdies, Dimities, Swiss and White Goods. :t
Comment Wm. K. Fliher-SnbJeeti
Tefetker With C._.., by With Comment by Win. K. Fliher-Pre-
; Prepared WmK.
hy
Christ Cruclfl.d Job 10:17-30-GoliUn LACES EMBROIDERIES end NOTIONS. {
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.11I1a...for Ucaermt Radlaf-For COB.W pared for Cue of Leagues and Famtlle, ,
1 T.:xti 1'1a. SOB of God Who Loved Me mud '
j .MU. r Wheat sad Tars, UatU II- For Consideration Wheat and Tares,
a4-3a. Gave IllmieH lor H., GaL *t 20. (Com. Matt 13: 24-30. THE HONEST PROFIT HOUSE

t Kit Verse..28.30.) '
IB II Chronicles Portions of this Scriptural so are
\ we have an account
The revised version reads: "He went
of tares sometimes used as an argument that
the .
among prophets and their "
out bearing his cross for himself. of man's outward life
irrespective a ,
t modemtIrpe is Indeed too frequentlyt sad. but This was the rule; those who were to he should be allowed to remain within FURNITURE.'

l nerprtheletw tree that be crucified were compelled to carry the church if he declares that he loves. '

i teach,.... and preachers, there among true be their own cross. One writing of this the Lord and "wants to do what !sright" Household Sewing famines
may ,
i custom says: "There was a kipd of }
found but such an explanation is a ,
a Wlefulllllxture of tares'those '
The Bent Machine and +
1 Made Light Running
savage Irony In soaking a man carry '
t Who declare evil good and good"U to distortion of the truth which Jesus 't I'.t
the implement oil which he was to Noiseless .
ninny. They very much resemble the suffer.In taught ...1 J
cood wheat but I I There is also a difference of opinion .
those who have the
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Sole for the Wall
the advance of this sad procession Agent famous Trunk. Mattresses
pint of dlKcernuieut: able dlatingnfeh as to whether the Lord meant the
are to -
went to custom made to A Complete > !t
I' a man, according or.ier.
between the two. The tar church the kingdom; or the world,
with which inscribedthe line of i iFURNITURE
a sign upon was t
,
deliver the message as dictated by when lie referred to the field, but in
nature of the crime for which the
Satin but the one ,who represents the the 30th verse of toe 13th chapter of t
following to suffer then
one was
;
; roo il ml truly laya: ".As the Lord Matthews we see that a disciple asked
"four soldier under centurion ofalldeMcrlpilonsat Rock Bottom }
t came a 'rll-es.llfltb
them the
Un.tb't'n what Jesus to declare unto parable
God
Baith that
my with the hammer and the nails and WholeraleandRetail. Iron
RubyCarlagrs; $6
will I rWs1G"The of the tares of the field, and In verses
guarding Jesus." After these came up to S20. Go Carlo Refrigerators Ice CK-sU,
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tins were mixed In with thedllliplfil 37 to 43 the S'avioar explains It to
the two robbers, each carrying his .Give- Ete.
them and In his explanation he says, s
of Christ
After many went ... .,
cross, and followed by four soldiers"The .... .. -- .
lack and walked no more with Christ I'The'i field is the v..lid.
multitude that followed ,was Schetl Wr have a consignment ot Oak Diner and j/
lie Dr.
declared la answer to Teter's ques Writing on this subject ;
mainly made up of those who rejectedthe Reed Rockers that will be sold very low. Wr
"In this the obvious
tion. "To whom can we go? "Have !says: parable
I not choMn you twelve, and one of Saviour, but there were also some truth to be llliistnted is that in the handle the Famous Cleveland and Rambler
who bad received the truth, and remained I
U devlL" world there are good and bad people. BICYCLES
JOlt a Outwardly they no
dooM looked alike to others, but Jesus loyal to him; to Mary and the > Only rod who knows the heart can \
other women who wept he said: I '" Especial attention given to our Mall Orders
who is and
knew the tare among the wheat Men determine absolutely: good
"Daughters of Jt-rusalem, weep not We Garaotee Satisfaction, both In goods and
I i may docclve other men today, but who is bad. In ills own time God
they cannot deceive God. lIe knowetb for me. The agony and suffering himself will gather the good and bad frit-en. Call on ns, or send in yonr order to

I the heart and searcheth the Inmost which Jesus went through was much i together In their respective classes for 15 and 17 Laura St., JACKSONVILLE FLA. f
intense than usually think. : ONLY tS.OO
more we
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seems'simple
; I part. reward and punishment This

; I The committing: of suicide by the On and account soreness of from exhaustion the scourging, weakness he :I I: enough, yet almost every point -The. .21 D. E. COOPER MTg Co. .

, one tare that was among the eleven I of the parable has elicited endless dis-:
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had he unable to
received, was carry 1
I :cusslon., -----
i good seed did not prevent other tares .I
I his cross alone, and to Simon of Cy-
into the I I In tills great floM It Is not always
i getting early churches. An-
rene was I given the exalted honor of ,
t autos and Sapphire went through the assisting him. Impossible! to fell tae good seed from Chas. N. Welshans
ame outward form that Barnabas did. the tares and if we attempted to do
crucified him" is
! "Where they a very ,
f i'the dividing "pu'llng )" we would
They declared that like Karnabas they brief account of an not of. so muchImportance. or nl J
! bad srfu-u all. Many no doubt thought in some cases niaVe!; grievous errors.
The ornclfixion took placeat
: It was true, but the Lord used Peter to about 9 o'clock, which was regular "By their fruits ye shall know them." -STATE AGENT l
'OR:1::1
> expose them: "They fell down andgave time of the monJng sacrifice of the By this rule we can: generally tell the
I from the other.
up the ghost".Ieta Iamb, which to that time was a one
I & 8-21. account of thetan up Bible student tell us that "Wheat
gives an t
of Lamb God who &
type the of was Martinez Paints
In Samnria Re2, 12-17, tells offered that morning "once for alL" and tares are not seeds of different Longman ;

I of them in Fergamosft We, too, may Schaff' says: "Tae crosa -was not so kinds, but the last is a degenerate Sun. .
hold fast the Lord's name, and not wheat They are o,.ly distinguishable .J
and In medievalpictures
deny the faith with our lips, but the lofty the large feet as of the most sufferer: were when the ear is formed, thus fulfilling! ... Lime, Brick, Shingles '.,

Lord knoweth our works. literally the lord's words. "By their '
I only a foot or two above the grounda "
In I John 3-12 we are told how, as a fact of weight showing fruits ye shall know them 1
some as a Cement and Coal Tar.
4 rite. we may: tell the tares from the that Jesus' suffered In the midst of I i "The tare abound all over the East:

i wheat If we have a lively hope we his persecutors and not looking down and Is a great nuisance to the farmer. .
are to purify ourselves even as He in It resembles the .\I.I'rll'lIn'hl'lIt., but
from above their ?Meads.
whom we have: put our trust Is pure. Speaking of death by crucifixion the head does not droop like wlwatnor Agent: for Sickler's Peerless Cement Plaster.

I .. If we abide in Him we do not sin. all does it branch out like wits. The grain
include
Farrar "It seems to
"He that commiteth sin Is of thedevil" that pain says and: death can have of the also Is smaller, and is arranged along I 13 South Hogan St., Jacksonville, Florida. JO- 1.98 '
the upper part of the stalk, which
horrible and ghastly-dizziness, cramp,
I lint there are some, as Jesus taught stands perfectly erect It Is a strong

In the parable, who have not the same, thirst,of starvation shame, long sleeplessness continuance, publicity of- ;soporific poison, ana must be carefully A Chance to do Your Y
but their fruit winnowed and out of the wheat
; appearance ortwardly, torment horror at anticipation mortification picked LITTLE BROS.
in eternity will\ not he m-h as comes of untrndfcd wounds-all Intensified !grain by grain before grinding, or the ,
from the good !wed. The following' wheat is not healthy. Of course, the
Just up to the point at which
F will to better under farmre anxious toexterminate
quotation help us : they can be endured at all but all stop. are very
but this Is Impossible.! FERTILIZER and PHOSPHATE COMPANY
stand this fact: : i' Ing just short of the point which Jt, nearly

"TlM tares and wheat both belong to would give to the sufferer the reliefof Tares should not be allowed In the .i

the espt''I'inI group ofwht'atllbJml. : unconsciousness "That is the church, but before expelling them we

t Their structure, mode, and conditionsof '' death Christ suffered for us. should exert every effort to persuade <, Jacksonville, Florida.If .

growth are almost the same; and it "And Pilate wrote a title ,and putIt them to become changed Into good

lit only when the fruit Is formed that on the cross. And the writing was, i seed' and the people of the world
the is detected by its smaller should be Impressed with the truth "
Impostor
of Nazareth the of the
Jesus King' .
Fertilizers for
and darker ear. The darnel or tare, Jews." i that In the last day only the good seed you are requiring Vegetables,

U the only species" of grass! that Is pos- The sign, carried in advance of the !shall escape the fire Pineapples, etc., write to us and we can give you
rties. If its
pRed of deleterious pr9f\t o
criminal, upon which his crime was
1Wd1art' mixed with wheat the bread inscribed was afterwards put upon JUNIOR LEAGUE TOPICS. more valife for your money than any other Man
thus produced causes nausea! glddloeM. II.
his cross. It Is said that Pilate saw -
paralysis, and. In extreme cases, be ufacturer or dealer in this State. or from at.y ,
personally to the sign that was to After the cursing! of the fig tree-a

even death.11Thefollowlng paragraphs on wheat put on the cross of Jesus: in designating lesson we have had Jpsns outers the other. State Write for pamphlets, prices, etc., ..'

-of Amos Jesus as the King of the Jews, temple and has a conversation with ,-. -
from the
B.and WelK tares are pen he did so out of sarcasm to the Jewish the elders. They ask him "by what ..- .:. to above address. 5.U.OA'
heart-soils which people, but be thus unthinkingly proclaimed authority doest thou these things l,1
certain
\ There are the Innocence of our Saviour.To the'in,,'
Jesus makes reply byasking ? .
;, invite the tares and nourish them into : -- .
the request of the Jews In the 1 question which they refuse to answer. "
Mrength. One of these is worry; another
is doubt. 21st verse, Pilateanswered, "What I Then he said: budge ye of what I ATTENTION 1IEUCIIAl'T81THE !

Only one thins can be done with have written I have written." am going' to say In the folowlng parable

tare. and that Is to bum them up; Peloubet says: "lie might almost :" The first represents the open

: and the best tire for heart tares is the have said What I have written. God Immoral and vicious who publicly refused MIAMI BOTTLING WORKS

flame of love. has written. to obey God, such as publicans."Go '.

The only way to keep out evil plants The soldiers who took the Saviour's work"-This represents what God la prepared to deliver EXPRESS PREPAID to all responsible parties
la to crowd In the good ones. An attempt garments were those who had had requires of men and women and chil Xork

to divide! your life between charge! of his crucifixion. "The clothesof dren. The Second Son represents the BOTTLED SODA POP GINGER ALE etc.
,
I wheat and tares will result in giving executed criminals. says the Cambridge scrilws! and I'harasees: who professedto
It ever to the tares. Bible, "were the perquisites of obey God. and yet did not but opposed Patronage .f Dad County Merchants Solicited and SatUheiiui GiMraauc .
cannot the soldiers on duty. "By his garments I him. "Which of them did the '
When both are yonnz. yon
tell the difference' between the wheat ," his sandals, girdle outer will of his Father?" Is the question C. CASTELLANO. I'rop. MIAMI. FLA.

and the tares. There iR new. of watch- robe, bead dress etc, is meant His Jesus then asked. "The first," said 11-24-tf

I Inc' with especial rare the little beginnings coat without seam was the tunic or they, thereby con'lemmlng, themselves. ,
of deeds and feelings. under garment which reached from Though the publicans: : had refused to

Weds grow faster than good plants the neck to the feet obey God, yet afterwards, under the

because they are native to the soil, Concerning! verse 23. "Ills mother's preaching of John, they repented: and
while the cultivated plants are mostly sister was probably Salome, the mother obeyed him. The scribes and Phara- .

Imported. Now sin is native to our of John himself, and wife of Zebe- seeds repented not
hearti. dee." "Mary Magdalene was probably The lesson! .we may learn In this. 4 '

so called from Magdala in Galilee, OlW'nty'll'ked people are sometimes .
the town where she have dwelt; l
may brought to repentance and salvation
The Strength of"' .....
;i', she was not the bad woman restoredof sooner than those who have been exceptionally

I t The "Navigators' Handbook for the I.ute1:: but had been cured by moral and profess a high The Sun

i Indian Ocean" caps: "In the region of Jesus of demoniacal possession and reward for sacred things. Thus, those Tropical .

i the trade winds the average length of thenceforth was one of those 'which who appear for a time! first are in reality

the waves of the Indian Ocean is 00 ministered unto him of their: substance last: and those who appear to be

metre (315 feet), and the rate of advance *, (Luke 82.: 3)." last are first; the greater the privileges i

'. of the crest 28.2 miles per hour. "When Jesus therefore saw hh of men, if they do not improve \

In the region of the strong west windsIn mother and the disciple standing by, them, the greater will lit their quiet: f
the southerly portion of the Soutb whom he loved he saith unto his and without repentance and pardon

; Indian Ocean the average length of mother. Woman behold thy sour through faith In the Redeemer, the

storm waves is 374 feet, and the rate "The disciple whom he loved. was more awful will be their ruin. Job DepartmentPrints
i of advance of the crest 33.6 miles per John. the writer of this Gospel.

I hour." Tradition tells us that John and the Snake Charmer. and
Prof. Cleveland Abbe, of Washing- mother of Jesus'lived together twelve Prospectors Inquirers
; ton. who furnishes this quotation, explains years, and that John did not leave the It is generally supposed that the serpents ,

; that the length of a wave is city, even for the purpose! of preachingthe exhibited by snake charm'ershave

measured from crest to crest In popular Gospel, as lon,! as Mary survived. been deprived of their fangs, and Will Ond THE TROPICAL SUN
language It might,: he called the Peloubet says: "Each .of the seven this is doubtless often the case, while Letter Heads
instance at least is recorded in 1\ .
r width. words on the cross expressed some one
loaded to the muzzle week with
3 A big\ wave, as the ordinary eye sees characteristic element of his nature or which the mouth of the snake had been Note Heads every

It. Is then a big mats of water perhaps his work; the first 'Father forgive sewn together; to prevent it from biting. just the. information they want.

M mile or more in length, 374 feet wide them, for they know not what they The writer noticed at the Ceylon Exhi- StatementsBusiness

and possibly! 00 feet high: from trough do,* expressed his feeling toward his bition given some years ago in London, Try it and be convinced.

to crest careering over the sea at enemies: the second, to the robber that one of the snake charmers findingthe Cards

thirty-three miles an hour. Today thon shalt be with me In Paradise cobra he was exhibiting, becomingtoo Subscription Price-1 year $2 ; Six Months, $1 ; Three :\flDtha. 5Qctf
Such a wave will weigh, for each .' expresses' his mission' to save lively] and aggressive\ seized the Bill Heads

toot of 1U length. 1CHO,0 0 pounds, or sinners: the third. 'Behold thy son: behold reptile by the neck and thrust it hastily -

3M short tODIl; length may be a thy mother,' shows comfort In be- Into the small round basket in And all kinds of Fine Stationery .

a ,> half-mile, or even a mile. One mile's reavement'the fourth. 'My God, my which it was carried, at the same time

length of a single big wave will weigh; God. why hast! thou forsaken me,' pushing it with a voluminous white

I Lf.*0.S00 tons or as: .much as sixty- shows he was: twnpted: like we are, cloth, at which It bit savagely. Hav-
five steamships like the New York orrarl but he triumphed: the fifth. 'I thirst ing almost closed the lid of the basket, Are You Supplied ? ''Z

was an example of patience, and the the man drew away the cloth violently .
t If a ship fan feet long lies In the right expression! of a desire or need thus doubtless dragging out the fangs .)

trough of the sea, a wave 60 feet high of relefJ! the sixth. 'It Is finl hPd.' which were fastened in It He then .

hurls Us! IIt1'f'nJrtb-600 times 3t>4 shows us that we can realize we have secured the basket and carried it away. of
ton- 218,400 tons more than 19 fought a good fight, and finished our This, of course, required e large Give us a Trial Order

:- times Its! own weljrht This weight course; the seventh, 'Father. Into thy amount of cool courage as well as great .

' ; does not fall upon the ship at sea. he- hands I commend my Spirit shows quickness of hand and eye, all which

cause Its! buoyancy enables It to rise; how we are to pass from this life." qualities must be doubly necessary in
but If It drifts upon a lee shore, the capturing and taming these deadly rep

power of a succession! of 218.400 ton A Prtmitly, rn.t m. tiles. But if we are astonished at the And We Will
' blows will tear.to pieces any ship man skill and dexterity displayed by Indian
The cinchona Is robbed of Its bark
has the (cunning/ power to build. snake charmers, still more must we
for the sake of the quinine which It
The kinetic! energy of a wave is obtained marvel at the hardihood of the American .
contains. Kesins. rubbers, barks
by the familiar formula- Indians who> in their snake dances ----- -- ----..
fibres tans. dyes lacquers! seeds and
,, weight multiplied by square of veloci not only handle the deadly rattlesnake -
fruits! -the list}I has no end. Many of
ty. On "-mlle length of 1.920.800 tons with Indian River
impunity, but absolutely NurseriesBudded
these are due to modern enterprise; It
of wave travelling, say: 33 miles an
carry it about in their mouths. Please You.
Is curious to note, however, that wood ..
: hour develops In one.second energy tar is prepared Just as It was in the Citrus Trees of every variety on Sour Orange and Lemon Stock; also full
obtained
,- equal to that by burning
i ; Oc. line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees
fourth century before Christ A bank in Depth suited to this sectio i, including -
[ 0.048 pounds of coal. In an hour itsenergy
l Is chosen' and hole dn into which Budded Mangoes Varieties of Cr +
t equals that of 173 tons of coal. a ;: It Is reported that the deepest ocean 50 tuns 25 Varieties of
a :,-' the wood Is placed and covered with sounding yet recorded has been made 0-098 Palms, Roses, Strawberry Plants, Pineapple Slips, Etc.

turf. A fire Is underneath and by the British steamer Penguin, duringa JOHN B. BEACH Proprietor. :- WEST PALM BEACH. FLA.
', Strangers' sometimes mildly wonder the tar slowly drips Into arrebpaeM! cruise In the Pacific. A depth of 4.-

what newspaiiers or sheets of blank to receive It 762 fathoms was found between Auckland ..

paper aw tied on the windows or balconies and the Tongan Archipelago. The
Boarding at Reasonable
of certain houses for. A sheet<< Wh.r.Oo.t f. I'nknown. Penguin also investigated the recent Rates..

of paper thus arranged Is a sign Gout Is rarely known among the disappearance of Falcon Island which

meanln that then are rooms to rent working classes of Ireland. Their was formed during a volcanic eruptionin n $ MRS. JAS. McCAXN is prepared to accommodate boarders at her
in the house on which It is displayedand : 1885, and vanished in Steptember,
immunity from this complaint Is' well known boarding house on Clematis Ave. clos- F
I* Just :a* significant in its import last year, and it was found that the to K.C.Ry. depot.
.e three eoM.>n 1o\)1) ever a pawnbro thought to lx die to the fact that Island had snot three fathoms below

I ef'r ,lc)y are iu otbtr countries. their food consisii largely; of potatoes. the surface. CALL ON HER FOR RATES AND ROOMS.-__ --Q. agif

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CLAIM OF PROSPERITY.. without would ebb. .have these. been tlD11 ,adjuncts,alipoet at,ita business lowest. 'City_ _, __L 'Directory T | | f mi: Bargains Bargains! BargainsAT !


These observations have not been .OFFICERS .' I.. "! ", ...
Facts Don't Bear Out the Republican made in a spirit of pessimistic croakog. WI1. lON WHUAD1N-' Mayor I
1 We have no desire to belittle any GBO.S.ADAMS,Clerk,Aisesorand TrcuurcrPUI. -
Cry. :.Marshal
C. JO.SgS
i real prosperity that the'people may be : '
I enjoying., Our purpose merely,to call BOARD OF ALDERMEN.
GEO.W. POTTKK. __PreI1dent THE BOSTON STOREDry
attention to the fact that the great vie*, -
.. ELI AID E05ET lOT VISIBLE : tory for "sound money": ia. 1896 ,has JOHN B.BEACH-. -J. D MATHIS ,. .,
J.A. STRAW lAN_GEO.? BBANNISG '. ,
canned the whole flow with
not land to
CARl SCHRKBNICK..,...... B. POTTER .
milk and honey. It is not possible to \. .'
r fM4 M...rV Great Victory Has Grand meeting ott the ut, and 3d Tuesday in
point out single improvement that Goods
GlvB I. ....... t. the People-A a each month at 730 p. m. Clothing Shoes
r can be fairly or even honestly ascribedto ,
Few fpeealator Have AloaeProayerodWane. ,..
the triumph of the so called "sound ---
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Have Beea Reiaeed money" principle in the last presidential COME ONE COME ALL

sad MIIU ("INn. contest I County Directory AdvertisersI. .UU.J

The claim that we are in the midst The country as a whole has simply 5 ear,'.: i,..I I -. .: '.|
reaped certain benefits from the misfor-: MARCUS FRANK Manager.MRS. .
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I' of prosperity that is rolling over the OFFICERS
tunes of others while anong our own COUNTY
country in great bounding waves ia becoming .. .._...
people the abnormal conditions have A. E. BKYSKB County Jadge A. HANDELSMAN Proprietor.
weaker and weaker. The eonoi enabled a few producer and a few A,t. QUIUBT.......... Circuit Court Clei ,

i boas 07 of "dollar wheat for the farmer" speculators) to profit at nle expense: of ROB?. L TATLOR.-Proecnting Attorney Who Use the .

U DO longer heard in the land. Ont nearly everybody else. That we are R.J. CHILUNGWOBTH..?_..--SberUr
.. ... .__.TaxAneworH
M. $ GRUBEK Whilldin
Block
IT the contrary the trade journals__havei right upon .this point is conclusively. :' J. ANTHONY...............Tax Collector .: 1. i ;. j L ;' r. *m .

., I. lpoIOgeUC. "glad it is DO worse u. snown by the circumstance that ,lot Eo H.DIMICK..._......... ??_Treasurer
;tee; sort of I tone and are figuring dexter eight months after,McKinley'a election WILL H. RUSSELL,Snperviiur of Registration

1-. oaa11 to mike I' good a showing 118 poasiWa business grew worse and worse and ruN[LYN SHEEN.........-_ .. Snnejor
Wbere1er I fallipg oft bill occur only showed symptoms of reviving Z.T.II.EBKIiT... -8npt. Public Initrnetjpn Ocean.Steamship Company.'

.. reel I' It ascribed to the war albeit .when it became clear that there'was an COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Columns of a

r, rather timidly and weakly while where extraordinary scarcity of food products' N.W. PITTS.Chairman_... Lake Worth '" ... J' LINE.

v net I gain "ppt&n It h blazoned for abroad. Nor can; the improvement, suchas G.W.LAIXHART._ _....Palm BeachW. .:.., "SAVANNAH
CODIIdenb11 more than it la worth and it is, be credits to the Pingley! J. SHONE. ...... -..._Cocoanut Grove .
attributed to the natural improvement tariff, for it is a palpable fact that two Eo L. WHITE... ......... ...Btiena Vista .' Florida *
coming from "restored confidence.". of our most important manufactures .W.V.RUSHING_.................:,...HeptaneComaiUuttonert : *

ete. I. I1Othlnl duel the di8p03itioD to (cotton and,woolen" goods), industries meet in regular, lIf8II1oD"onibe To New York.* And Boston.
f IDlsimll' the bad featurea and maximtaethegoodaPpearmoreatronglythan. which were guarded by that law with first Monday in each month. ;< '., ..' <

f the most sedulous care are in a state FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. THE ,. ,. .
Ir the compariecDa mlde. Bradauee"s, of extreme depression! to this day, with XEVBIR NtOM DAD CODAS lit., A Short Rail Bide to Savannah, Thence

for example always lays it down aa a I wage reductions everywhere and large g N. MMICK Palm Beach...._.... ....Senator f'. !ii, A Short Sea x
14 t- rule that the Dumber of bu iDes fail- numbers of mills entirely closed and P.8. MORSE Miami_.. .Representative Voyages

lies It as Infallible teat of business paying DO wages at all: COUNT SCHOOL BOARD. Sailing from Savannah:
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CODcUtto. IA a recent IlIIIae that jour- SCrBKlIfTBNDKNT Or rDBUC INSTRUCTION 5 Ships Each Week 5
f sal dale with thin matter IIOmewbat at DEFICIT STILL WITH US.Conra.eat Z.MEERITT-:._.:.._Lemon City TROPICAL 1

.;,. IeDKtb. It mildly deplores the fact that XEJlIIIIII' SCHOOL'BOARD.

>; ; the failures for theqa.rterending JaDe .. Still Llvtac oa Borrowed J. W. JACKSON.t: :balrmanMCocoanat Grove ; h ,: ,, d : All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with sailing schedules. Write.for ge*.
MoBey. K. B. KING?._ .... ?-_-.-._........JupiterA. eral information 1
t.: 10. Itlt8. were greater than tbose for sailing schedules, stateroom reservation or call oa
.W.GARNETT___.__.Hy|>olujo .
\ tH previous one but it finds some con When the Washington correspondent E. H. HINTON, Traffic WALTER tfa.
Manager, HAWKINS, Pas. At.. q
-1; IOIadoa ID the circumstance that for of the Associated Press says that the .
s the two quarters together the failures increase in the national debt of more .e -- Savannah, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. 6-1009S

were fewer In Dumber than for the than $23,000.000 during April is accounted SUN -

'. lime period ID any year daring the lastfour. fox by the payment of |30- State Directory :.,, ::. Do You Want a
ID demonstrating this point Brad- 000,000 to S ain it is fair to assume -

Street's preeeDta the following table that he means it is partly or mainly ac- t ,'. STEAMBOAT! .
We have them to Sell and if we have
1101.
!!!I" Per cent counted for by that fact But there ia EXECUTIVE DEI ARTJIENT.w. .none on hand to suit,we can build a

l oIUMeU no presumption in favor of the treasury D.BLOZHA1I............. Governor Just what you want.
f !tee r.ttmated Total so W department for tbe payment Spain IN'). L. CUAWFOBDm.??ecretary of State

\ .'....1111.IIIICt.w $i .a.DI8.. IJ.bI11Ues.172.12O.1W1 bUiUe.lee. 51leaf. .,. was not made until the 1st of May. It WM. B. BEYNOU .........COmptroller .' We are also PreparedTo

} ... t.tr4 1.\.11.'l&t IIBtIM,4 C 61if" may be that the treasury department JAMES B.WBITFIELD.Treuuru Forninh
it .....1.11I: el/ca509 105,595,090 K turned o\er drafts to ,the state depart. WM.B.LAMAR>..._.Attoroc; Genera CLAIM: '. ', ".
t.... .1Or .w.su ?RM,6o1'bi W.N. 811 EATS ??. ,Sopt. Public InitroetiOB .
the last ia but
11 pos... "AS 44,970,64 I2AO topal. went Saturday April L. awOHBWELUrow..n.Ooni. Agriculture .
I. Outfits 'for I
I ... 1,190 P.B11.W J1.Im.2I:! 61tna they were in possession! of the government PATRICK 'HOUSTON- Adjutant General I.< A. o 1 Pumping Irrigation.

-.. Lml a.,14100 .53521 51ord. until May 1. If the increase in W. MILTON, JR........ lurveyo..oeuenlomee. *
,, ... S... ...... 12.>G0,:! 4 51lhe0. I the debt did not occur ,a good deal at Tallahassee, Florida.U. .

;; t4fa..... L498 Lilli dt Ric.H6.eDO.r4o IJ'j.&Jm.1W,411.711 49 CJj earlier, it did not occur until the drafts S. SENATORS It Is The Write Our or call Line on that us for Anything need. ..Jl.
you
tow... I.2W I&,83&.UII C,1IIr..1IJ: 6J were turned over to M. Cambon as the PASCO.Montieello '<: i'" ->., : .

tail lr.R'.. La$ 15.,1011 2S,501,31T G2m.s9 51,241.432 4iT 411 representative Chronicle. of Spain says the Chicago S.R.MALLORY.._... ...... .....Pen acola I' Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co.

la4s.&li sm4,4m:! I18'IIDI 4dt
U. S.
,
1194... LW ?fO.Tll.U7 U401otS5Tr 54 As a matter pf fact the debt was In- CONGRESSMEN., .
I pa0.. W S,8I,3I ?L5D4206 '51s curred the moment the queen regent of ROBT. W. DA VIS....,.. ?.....:... palatka
...... Iata rr.u'zlii.ll i'lU83,1Y SII Spain affixed her signature to the ,treatyof 8. M.SPAKKMAN._..... Tampa JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

.IN....... ss rRA e 14 10.7s5sn i2J.9ur 1l.8Sf teunrttl CiO 40 Paris., From that time nothing but I SUPREME COURT JLDGES,. I rKora'CTog
I
:
B STAdvertising 1224)8
..... "110 lII.aua.m 1I.6111.'ZTIO 45 a formality and the actual transfer of' it..B.UABBT..Cbie'lUlltlce i i Jacksonville Marine Railways
F.B.CARTER .......... Associate Justice '- i iI ie -
It U true that the number business the money remained to be done. Indeed I, "'')\ :r
R. F TAYiXIt._........ I
faliues during the last six months has the 'debt was acknowledged by the

been smaller than for the same months United State when the senate ratified R. R. COMMISSIONERS Established 1875.

la any year since 1693. but the number the treaty.. It was really ,debt from H. E. DAY Chairman......?;.?. ..?..Gainesville .
i b larger than for the first six months that time forward. J. L. MORGAN. -: '...._......._._Japer

In any other year since 1879. We grant Bat assuming that the increase of J. M. BRYAN.-..;" .... ........_.._bslmmee William A. Bours & Co.,
JOHN 1.. NEEtET.Ja. Clerk.... .......Arcadia
that in four of tbe years included the debt on this account occurred in April
amount of liabilities was larger. But as the treasury bocks will show, there Headquarters. and offices of the Buard at TalUhoaaee. (

the number business concerns failing remains the fact of a urthe? increase -. .' .. Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers. '

U a much surer test of general conditions in April,,.of more than:$3,000,000, of --...- : .d I ts i : .... "J" ) '1 .
than the amount-that is to say. which no explanation ia given. It Is'a *
6 EAST'BAy FLA.,
No.
STREET
-:- JACKSONVILLE
business warranted inference that in of.the l ; 1
the failure of 100 email men spite .
lor $10,000 each making 1000.000 in i war taxation the current.expenditures General Directory .

the aggregate would speak worse for are still in excess of the current receiptsand < .g. We handle only the Best and most Reliable See .
conditions than the failure of the government Is still living in ,
general MEDIUM
two men for 1000.000 each making: part on the $200,000.000 borrowed COURT CALENDAR Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits,

$2.000,000 in all when we attacked Spain. And there ia (Seventh Circuit.) ," '. .

The best business condition is not always small prospect of a change for the better H.8. JONES .............. ._?. Circuit JuajteJ. Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, Both Bright and Dark.AT .
I The statement of D. BEGtis':.....:......... State'Attorney
that which represents the greatest comparative '
WHOLESALE
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aggregate but that which enables the receipts and expenditures for April I SPRING.TEKM.Oecmla ,
lat in March.
County Monday
t greatest number of individuals do shows an increase of expenditures over I Orange M II State Agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.

basinets safely and with a fair and reasonable those of April last year of $1.700.000, Lake 4th "' ..
Brand Guaranteed l and Fir
Of Star Fertilizers- iml.vsiR Orange Ire. Vrfctable Fertility.
return for their time and the exclusive of the $30,000.000 paymentto oluBia .. W April Any ground Bone Nitrate So la, Muriate of I'otab. *ulpb.te I'otatn, Rust,etc. HMM far

f capital' invested. The manner in which Spain and an excess of expenditures rerard 4th'" tilkers for have Catalogue no superior t"n.oe-in the Market And a trial will convince.Send W-tS-B i.

wealth and business are distributed over receipts of no less than $4,300,000. Dade lat Monday after 4th Monday .

counts for much more than mere totals still exclusive of the payment to Spain. In April. l

because the latter may represent the In view of the fact that tbe receipts FALL TEBM.aceola .
about 8.600000 greater than in County lit Monday in October.
operations or the accumulations of only were ..
I few individuals. But the point April lat year the exhibit ia not encouraging. Orange :3d "
very "
I Lake 4th
to which we especially wish to direct oloala "id Nor Florida Fast Coast RTIME v. ;
..._ WEEKLY PAPER ...
.I .I.. thi.. ..
UCUUUUIn Brevard" 4th II II .,
order to make a good showing for I IT ISN'T TRUE. 1st Monday atterthe 4th Mon. TABLE NO.;;EFFECT APRIL It. 1; t

business conditions comparisons are instituted The Oft Repeated Statement ThatTrade day in November. j
between 1898 and the very Follow the Flasc. GOV'T SIGNAL SERVICE DEPJ.I. SOUTH BOUND (Bead Down NORTH BOUND (8M Up). !

wont years we have ever had, at least One bears the above expression at W.CRUNK ,......... ....,_-- Observer 1\039\u\ ..n.... ...0... '. I
8TATIOY8. baU
since the panic of 1857.: During the Observatory at Jupiter Inlet Bx De 11 ,
turn It BOund nice as rs NBRtp I
nowadays.
i years 1893.4- -8 and the first half of every but it isn't true. Trade follows nothing GOVT LIGHT HOUSE SERVICE. In The I Leave. ... .... ..... ...Jacksonvttle ...................Arriv 41p i37fa
! 1897 the condition of general business House 15Dp: 10 BOa Arrlye...................,....Bt.Angusttne........................Lear, tbp 5U4SSp1J95aLeave 5 I
but the cheapest, prices for the best Uht at Jupiter Inlet. ....................... ........................ .aq 14a '
I :,., was simply appalling, and the sufferIng goods. Competition supply and demandare JAMES A. ARKOUR...:.... ..;.....?...Keeper lop 11 I!!JaI\! .......................... Hal Dn ..........................Lea I' I
t among the poor was almost without the which I.A. WELLS. .......... ?.?.. .. UtAnxlsunt coop llfia Arny8.......................... 1 arstka ... ......................Lea't.e veIiiip '
I ,t precedent 'As a matter of course 1898 things regulate com 'ENJ. WELLS. Sd Aaeiilmil toil' live ..... ........._ ...... .1'.atka.......................... Arrive a 1ITi
shows np fairly well when compared merce. If every piece of furniture that U. S. LAND OFFICE. 1i4.1p Arrive ............. .........San: lIateo. ... .. .. ......... .lnYr flOp alilup
'
with such The wonder ia that i is sent to foreign countries were wrapped 7 3 II Leav..,.......................Ean-4.teo.......................,.A!'!!.. L 1111.
yean. f.M. BARCO.__ .................
I in the stars and stripes it wouldn'tsell Register 'I alp 11 'Leave...................... East Paistka........................L. i IW
the showing is not better for there it. firstly there is no demand for N. D.WAINW UGUT.. .. ._._ReceiveOffiiws f nip 12 5'p ... ......................;:....Ormond.......................... t 13a
have been many elements at work at Gainesville. nori.!.. STATE OrFLORIn 11211 leap .......................... Layton.......................... 54plp f'fafoJp I
in it; and. secondly, if it could be bought II ........................Port Oranllli................... .... .. I.t 1814181Sp
which have operated strongly our cheaper elsewhere and all the guns in 74.ip l ISp' + .......................}\ew I>myrua........................ U I..., ...
favor. .. ( MPI a ...................... Oak Btll-------------------------. *
the extraordinary shortageof America behind it couldn't make people st5p 255pi: ..........:...............TttmtvilIe ......... ... ......... r 54'p I...
I First was buy it voluntarily.. ... .. ..........................City Puint..............!'.......... .. I .....
food products in Europe and the FOR THE ...... 5Mpl ........................ Galls ...................... N I z.p .....
If a drummer should call on a foreign SESSION. ...... seep .. ......................... Paekledge.! ...................... III ......
countries that are generally our greatest dealer! would be ,be asked how many C C C I C C I I ss.sa as ...... 4011p w ....................... ERo GaJl1e ......................... u : .....
. t competitors. As a consequence we have p ...... 4 Dsp I .................. .. ...Me.bourne....;.. ... .......... .. ti.ta ......
sold from to cannons there were behind his samples ...... 43'p II ..........................K..elaDd ......................... .. liOila .....
100000.000
f probably or about the quality price or transportation The Tal MMUJ26 Weeks ...... IUlPI ............ .............s..La.'tu'n.......................... U SUab522p ..
r i $. .OCO.OOO more breadstufEa than we .. ... : ...................... ....fit. Lucie:......................... II il CIlia .....
charges! England has coloniesto ....:. 115pl ................... ....Furl PIerce......................... .. 11p 1 .._
I otherwise would. This itself is a tre but in many of them the United rot30 CcKts. ... 641p' II .....................\...... Etteu........................... lotle....... J1'
. :: mendous item. Then the war has certainly spare ...... 84 JI .. ........................... Jl'1''u ........................... a IU Ilia ...... I
The direct States Germany and other countriessell -- ...... 5 p II .......................... Stuart .... ...................... .. IUIIiIa ..... 1
been to our advantage. I II disbursements of the government I Beginning with the issue for April 6th. ...... 7 IIp' II ....................... Rest Jupiter ....................... 'b ...."..
.
I > try. Patriotism doesn't extend to trade 1 ': ...... Slap II ....................WtTI: Palm lt-ach..................... ilea ......
1 l' on the army and navy cannot have been :unless, perhaps every other condition ia and continuing for SIX :MONTHS (end ...... bay o .........................Boynton .......................... .. 811a ..._
. If'IIIthaD'7 .OOO.000. another immense with the issne for October Tbe .. S4l1)! ........................... lelray .......... ............. I' ....
!f circular equal We have no colonies at all orat og 5th), .... 113ip ......................Fort Land..l'tale...................... o f'.y :......
item. Henry Clews in a recent least had none in 1898. Yet our exports TALLAHASSEEAN will be sent to any Rate Sheet ......IO Up II ................. ...Leran(5ty...................... its ...... ;
gays that by reason of the war this exceeded that of any other country address for only FIFTY CENTS I ......lUikIp Arrive......................... ..Miami.. ............ ..... .. 111IIo ..... '

summer American travelers will probably on earth amounting to over $1.- This period sill cover tl'e entire sesSion IUnUES nw SIYltX.n Olt.'NGI: ('In' JrXL'TlUX. ,

spend abroad $50,000.000 than 200.000.000. Of this tremendous sum o. U,No II $TAtIONS. INo. ; N a j i
ninsL another tolerably good aizedf" worth of the Legislature and the issues following iIp :lea Lv........ ... .......... \"W'rn.... .......... ......:....J.r1l fjit
'"' at homa 1000000.000 went to Europe the,: adjournment in which all the 4 0p\11\I :?lal" ..........................., Lake Rei..n .................. ....... .Lv 121up14' i i411pii .
: sum for use where our flag flies over nothing at all ,, ; ....................... .Orani/I ('tty ..................... .. trop a., !
Turning to the other aide of the account -I excepting our consulate buildings and laws of a public nature will be published I Will be Sent on Ap 4 top'll las Ar......... .. .. ...Oranite City Junction......... .......... :lr1 its 1 a ; iAll
: it I. difficult to see where the 'SO.000.000 to Canada where we don't Every issue during the session will traiDM between New Smyrna sad Orange City JlilIrUoa Lrily Ut"'P' usdiy. I

'. war baa made a material cut into a own foot of ground. Furniture contain a Complete Abstract of the Legislative .
a .
single important industry Excepting 1 Worker Proceedings. KEY W EST AND HAVANA j i

with Spain which ia a small matter. Members of the Legislature can The steamers of the Florida- Fast uoa.-'t steamship Uomrany are appumteg to mil M followM I
I our commerce been. wholly nninterrupted. Ohio' Revolt Ajptlait Boitea. save plication. of (o'r..m M *"', lIiIO p. m. Tae.lays aDd i'rid"fL Arnve aF :1
much time. trouble Steamer
r, and business has gone on just The Republicans of,;Ohio will be no and annoyance by Key Wfif City tondfrom Wr!t 1:30 p. m. Wednesdays and Saturday Train M e0uaeete ,
of the more satisfied with dictation from forwording AT ONCE their list of names K with sieamer.
bad occurred out -y
If nothing West
u From Key 3:30 Wednewltyi and
Saturdays.
p.
ordinary. Indeed many eminent financiers Hanna and Foraker combined than of persons to whom they wish the T Air W'atlIrrct. Mismi5:30a.tit."Ihur'ubaytanISuudayac"nneetlogwithtraja7 I Attire$

consider that the war has been a with dictation from either' one acting LAHASSEEAN forwarded during the '. -'. btt'IIIUlblp 31.Front Miami. 5 a. m. Mondays and Thuntdny. Arrive YsJ
positive advantage. Under such circumstances independently.I The fight ia against session. They will be filed, and the Mhli to and West i p. m. Mondays ants Thursdays. Leave Key Wen .p .
the existing conditions are moat bossism. and will be fought out to a papers sent without further trbuble. from Hnu. game days. Arrive Havana a. m. Tuelay aJ.J FritSal'tnuehhl'
tKy From Havana. sailing dirrct for Miami 11 a. m. Tmnday
assuredly lees favorable than they finish Mark Banna will never again Send with your list 20 cents for each West and Fri aYL. Arrive Miami 5 a. m. Wednesdays and Saturdya
i be elected to the senate and Foraker "utbb..und. connecting with trnin T\
should be. I' subscription, to be sent only 'during the
naturally presents itself.. will meet the same fate if he consorts: I TheM Tune Tablet how the tunes at which tram.and boat.may be expectej to am want
Th*question 1 with the Cleveland boss. This is plain ':' session. For all you wish sent during depart from the several stations and ports, but their arrival or dvpartor at die tiau
What would they have been with normal the time the laws will stated ia not guaranteed nor doe the Company bold itself respotibla for any dal ,y or a/
in other countries no war language. easily understood and it fa run, srni SO cents coxjeaneacet artamg therefrom.For .
: crops tbe sentiment of the independent, self for each name. copy of local fame card call at 238 West Bay Street.JaduonrlUo or addra* '
,expenditures and with the usual amoursIt: I J.P. BECKWTTH. Traffic Manag J. D. BAHNIS. JL O.P. A.
of American.money carried respecting Republicans of.Qhia-Ban', Address THE TALLAHASSEAN Tallahassee t t a i St. Angnntme.J. .
that dusky Register Fla. ---
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Tt SERMON" REV. S. D. PAINE he bd no dwelling place, no boat of MAN ON THE CORNER cause considerable comment. The other WHERE WE WORSHIP 1 :

: his .own, ao sepulchre at death. He day one of the Louisville dailies printed

It the West Side CongrrcaUoiiaJ Charcb, clothed' himself with our human nature ..- the birth notices under the heading

{! lIoda Xlrll", ..X8.1899. and took on our burden of sin. He Hears Everything and Prints Everything "What Society U Doing." Speaking of A Directory of the Local hrdu

t i, When Pericles stood over the gravesof He Hears. "society" leads me to observe that it tad Religion Sodetk

I Ifc. those Athenians who had fallen in has been several' moons since have

l Dr. Paine preached memorial sermun the Poloponnesian war, his greatest "I seen any announcement of the doings of Bplssopat ..m.... IEpiscora&
Sunday evening to a large congregation. Never Contends That Darkness Is Light,
i \ boast for Athens was of the the "elite of CnvariI8ethsb4h.IeIRay. -
charity this town and Palm Beach"in
\ .{ lIe took for his text the words of Bitter Is Sweet, Salt Is Fresh, Tall Is .L. FITS-JAM >at.Servkc *.ci.
blended with her valor. "We have ,the "sassiety" sheet that used to net, bawtoy Btormiaf at II .*(ta *.
God to Joshua found in the first chapterof Short or ThatWrong4s Right Suixla j Hcnoal at 3 p. m.
planted everywhere he said "the chronicle: the peisonntl, the sailings biornuiiiouw er ST. A.Miw.-it tt .*
I tI Joshua, $th verse: imperishable monuments of our kindnessas ... the comings and goings of their select in. Smart and hartS l WcdacwbT .< Met)
"Be strong and of good courage; be mont .av. r.. T. UIIMIT Mncter.
I not afraid, neither be thou dismayed, well as of our hostility." TEN DOLLARS REWARD. coterie. After my relation in this column \\'..." A ..J..Ieeftta'7'

; for the Lord thy God be with thee If that was the pride of pagan Athens,, A reward of ten dollars will be paid of the joyous doin's at one of their A

whithersoever thou goest." shall it not be ours all over this beautiful for information that will lead to the swell seaside affairs some months ago, Holy Trinity HUalea.

i !,";, \ \\ Joshua was the representative soldier land? Shall not Memorial Day, arrest and conviction of any one, within the "rlite circle" seems to have evap. ficnrcr win Well be kcM Fata rmtarty leach. rvery t,114I,

'I ft2\ of the Old Testament. There were with its wealth of flowers, become a .the town of West Palm Beach, selling orated or vanished into the thinnest of II no,....1. theatwZt-iicupaiCbrc.IuI.4
't" \ I other soldiers of bu Joshua memorial of reconciliation EvrraU aD" FyturtU htrrcU. lAS U HU
prominence,
air.
jV 1
even more intoxicating liquors to an Indian. I'm mighty sorry. Jamn Hiudry will fcatr*cbtrgt of tta itrtkfLAMES' ,
the of all of them. Moses than that of the conflict
: was greatest ? WILLIAM WHIUJHN, Mayor. a GCILD _",every Frfcter at a ..
'. warrior Gideon David, but they p. m. Mis.Crv L XkTCAiv. rwrt.H .
i' was a .5.- C I h.-ve read of a fellow in Illinois who *" GAIDXU, Secreuijr.H. .

do not represent the professional warrior The above notice is a prompt and swallowed a two-foot rule and died by .
; :. type. He was useful in civic and ecclesiastical MR. BRYAN TALKS SENSE. 8. Cbupsh Couth.
effective made Whilldin inches of a fellow in Klondike who
answer by Mayor ;
> School ...sad L
Is A Favorite affairs but his chief honor Sunday a. EMwrth cu
i i .5. tothe queries I made last week. It now I swallowed a thermometer and died by 3 p. .e., every .....,. GcMtM pnveving eeet-
Ir and to his military life. 'X'luarsda1.eftai...* at Ladtco
T >"Jet
belongs H-
glory
; i Whatever tile IIIIIUI the Urmoeraey Will rests with the Town Marshal to make degrees; of a fellow in Arkansas who meeting FnJarkdeTMWMat rrtschiaff

The first introduction to Joshua as a Meet It Squarely.In prompt"investigation whether another swallowed a pistol and went off easy ; vice ,,.&,_4 asd third a....,. .| tscit
.- soldier is where he leads. month at II .. m.and r I] p. *. Isthctvc*.
I at Rephidim, I Indian is seen drunk in this town. That of a fellow in Texas who swallowed an lag a tong ferric will be held Salt as hear ht.
on the embattled hosts of the childrenof I lore Ibo regvlsr divine terrir We woOd WelaU
an'interview at Chicago on Thursday our Seminoles ate in the habit ci corning old "gag" and died laughing; of a fellow to have f im pmrat; eo ieo &l sad WM' .
j Israel against the the Amelekiles, here in trios in Kansas who swallowed The Fourth taadajr s i mces wOl be beLl $5LantsaatlIa.m.
ANNIVERSARY Mr. Bryan reiterated his belief that pars, quartettes and a gallon AiUypukaIa.. '
CELEBRATION holds the official rod
while Moses up the Democratic "National" Convention squads toenjoy(?)all too frequent sprees of apple jack and difd in good spirits ; A' oJ1ItoII..r p. > --r

0 1S' in prayer to God for success. The Am will '"reaffirm the Chicago platform.:' is a fact known to every citizen in town. but the Kansas Chief declares that Troyc. R.ev.j. LWaLauPaMw.Censspflonal .

: OUke Worth Lode* No 43. Independent elekites are beaten. But he added that "no man has a rightat Now let police officers of the municipality \ps them all ; the lertaver there Cbuvth.Brv. .

1 Order of Odd Fellow. Moses is dead. He brings the Israelites this time to say what the Democratic assist the Mayor in putting a quietus took a package of Diamond Dyes and 8. D. PAUC. Part*.

to the borders. of the promised i land.God Dlatform. will be. You do__ _not__ k_nnw_ on this offense. and another of the very died a-conghin'. Services *l U a. .._ :! TW: > .. ... _hll4a,
calls the old warrior ana statesman n P'cboo! ..d futon BiUtCh* at 10 I. ..
Written for THE TBOPICAI 6m.Ou .. what the next 12 months will bring few blots on 'this town's good name I a a a a Cbri lan Endeavor at SO p. a. Praffrm.

..-. ThurMav evening, the 25th inst. to the top of Pisgah and tells him to forth." And when asked "Will free will be wiped out. It occurs to The Man On The Corner Meet1ugedne4y&tTp .
look the land. The silver
this: flourishing) Lodge celebrated the over promised ; silver be the dominant issue in the next C that too few of us here in West Palm .
St. Ann's Catholic Church.y.
winding Jordan is at his feet He
,tV Second Anniversary of its Institution inc campaign ?" he replied : ':'It is altogether When it don't rain is the time to repairthe Beach take the proper view of life. ..tall with ......y.tli*.ary nth. .....
dies., God buries him the angels are
a most delightful manner.. ; too early to say what will be the dominant roof. This leads me to think that Let's try harder to make other folks a U l", Holy Mess .ml Sermon rwrjr tt. 4*rat
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his p\ll burers. Joshua takes com IO o'rlncfc a. m. fc <1 y Kekool at a'. >k,
Promptly at S o'clock the "Queer issue but whatever the issue is now is the time to suggest to some wide. happy. If every person would make it and Vfeper".rvlr. at ".* |.. M.On .
mand. He has an of men, women week .. .. .
army da.11. will U at T
; Fellows," met at the resident of Mr L, and children larger than the people of the Democratic party will meet it squar awake, public spirited citizen that he a point to speak to people in a pleasant m.Bv

W. Butkhardt. supply a most urgent need for this town.I way what a delightful community we ,oli< Stan ... 41
this republic at the beginning of the ely.This 9 liodg .
The Louse with its spacious: porch and He has orders to is souud sense. It is entirely natural refer to the utter lack of a suitable vehicle would have. Don't gossip. Any gossipis Knights of Pythias*

.. extensive lawn, situated directly on the revolutionary war. that the candidate of the Democratic for the conveyance of the bodies of idle, is evil, is harmful. Drop that MarIa ewr FikUy NtihuttaB o'clock*a4-

edge of our beautiful Lake whose waters cross Canaan.If over. and capture the land of party in 1896 should stand up for the I cur loved ones to their last resting miserable, cowardly "they say." Be :I lid time.flail VtritiHi over fabl hniheti school ortlatly taikiisi tavtUO.Canlic ..

wete ull a gleam of shimmering platform upon which he was nominated. place. It does seem that somebody sure of your ground before you start or Gto. a. ADAM*C CL.
it Is wrong to go to war.why did God .F. III Dn. K. of R. ft a. "'
silver from the rays of a glorous tropical i I until a new one has been framed by the should be prepared to supply a funeral help on a report. and then be sure that
make the Israelites fight for inchof I
moon. 'Twas an ideal place for such a every only competent authority-the party in car at least when needed, and if it be its repetition or circulation is for some

gathering. The occasion, which was Canaan 1? God could have given it to. national convention assembled. Every true that there is not sufficient use for body's good. If it isn't, keep still. We Why HerchanU Should Advert1 .
them without Instead of that He __
f war. ,
most enjoyable: was rendeted doubly so Democratic Presidential Couveution hasm one to warrant the investment by an individual are all subject to criticism. No two -
tells them and fight for it. A hard buiae
by the informality prevailing. to go te its own platform and there is no the Town Council should purchase persons look at a matter from the same question to some

The guests baring arrived, Mr. Bnrk The day for the great invasion comes reason why tonvention'of 011900 shouldbe one to be hired by citizens when. point of view. There is some good in men U how some merchant can afford

hstdt, who at present 'is the Noble The priests go first, carrying a small an exception. Indeed, there has ever occasion requires. everybody and that is what ;we should to advertise.

Grf nd, with a few "well chosen words box about four feet long and' two feet never in the history of the nation been a S C looking for. Just peg away; mind They say ; Advertising coats mosey
broad. It is the Ark of the Covenant. The merchant has to charge inert for
bid them welcome, stating the cause of time when new issues ot overshadowing isI I your own business and keep everlastingly ,
It is that the above
the of the river true suggestion h'i "'
They touch edge Jordan; goods. Or he spend part of hi* ,'
it.
the gathering and the objects of the importance have been created by nnfor- at
ot the water parts; they pass over and the on a gruesome and melancholy topic, but profit ia admtisiag. He cast mats
Order in particular. seen events in so short a time as has ,
than once the blush of shame has *
more
Mf' people follow; the land of Canaan is a* much If he" advertises.
I Bro. Sirkin, as master of ceremonies, been the case since 1896. been brought to the cheeks of our citizensto When I was a much younger man
invaded by an immense army. The Each customer a merchant ha U
then took charge of ac improvised The Spanish and Philippine than 1 and had
proJTlm wars, see a casket being borne to the Cityof now am, not crossed the
Canaanites fall back to Jericho, a worth something to him. lie tell him :
of music and song that made the walls with the tremendous questions growing the Dead on a rough dray or lumber burning sands of the desert. it was often
strongly fortified city. The are something. He makes a profit o* each fj
evening all too quickly. out of them, have changed the entire of wonder that
pass aspect the best obtainal: a source to me there
wagon, conveyance ]
considered impregnable God helps sale The more customers be has the
Airs. Adams and Mrs. Houston, assisted Joshua and his army to capture. On to of our national policy and politics. i is this town of twelve hundred or more should be so many thousands of Masonsto mote sales he nukes.

by Mrs. Burkhardt at the piano, Imperialism and militarism, with all that souls. The humiliation and mortification be found in every rook and cranny
At : the Israelites are defeated and God Each new customer he get is worth
sang duet -Just One Gill," which by these terms include and imply. were undreamed felt by the mourners have beenso of creation. Recently I read the following .
is displeased ; the fin of Achan is put money to him. Brings ia a little moat
reason of the skill of the singers, no less of in our peaceful republic three in essay by a little girl to whom had
touchingly expressed
away ; the city taken by strategy. On my presenceat profit Customers hare a valac.
than its catchy air, made a rousing hit. years ago. Trusts have multiplied tenfold times that I could not dismiss this been assigned as a subject, "The Life of Whether
to Gibeon. and so battle after battle or not they art worth u mitch
Miss Vesta Willsun, whose pleasing! in ,number, capitilization and power idea from mind until I had unburdened King Solomon," and this is what she .
Joshua fights until an old veteran ofno my u they cost depend oa the way U 1 f
and beauty captivates since the last campaign. Meanwhile wrote }
manner grace the much inflicted ;
myself on already them. ,
he diet surrounded by his friends. gets f
everyone kindly favored with ahularlv currency conditions and industrial con- "King Solomon was a man who lived ."
Time will not permit me to tell of J:.!___ t...__ L.L _.. s __ s._ _.. ... readers of this column.And a_..,aV.n. ..........h.. .,atfl. .nn ...A i_ .,,_ The'merchant who advertises .b is.
.: rendition of "Little Toe. muons uoio aiierea we w .J Ja. 0..I. anti .11 LIC
S Sirkin Gideon and his immortal zoo; of David u.a..c radically S S S S country that he governed he was the vesting part of hit profit ia getting ww (
I Mrs. and Mrs. .Adams then have more money and better than
and his military career. We come to money while I am on this tren of thoughtI whole push. He was an awful man and customers. New custometbhave a ..1-. \ A
a sprightly ditty "When I ever before. A vast volume of debt has
tang negro the New Testament, and every Roman am going to voice the idea or seati one day two women came to him each New customers to a business maa are u \.
Marry Miss Dinah Lee." This, also been paid, farmers have prospered.laboris holding on to the leg of a baby and each
is mentioned there is ment I heard essential stock. Without .
that
Centurion suggested by a prominent as a w enstomers 1
cxptpred the assemblage.Bro. more generally employed and at better claimed it And King Solomon was not
spoken of with respect, ana in some business man of this town last week. It feeling right veil and said: 'Why could the business goes back. I
J. R. Walker, who is possessed wages. Even "government i
by junclion"
cases admiration. First we have the was to the effect that while thousands of not the brat have been twins and saved Proper advertisis bring new catton t i ien
of a fluebaritone voice sang "She WasBed has given place to government by all this bother?' And he called for his
Centurion of ,Capernaum. He had a dollars had been appropriated by the but because |t worth of advertising 1 j
in Old Kentucky." The spint proclamation.Mr. sword and was going to chop the little
of soldiers under him. Commissioners the end is worth is lives i
company Roman County to south good f 1,am 1,000 u
with which he rendered this led some Bryan l i. quite correct "No man baby in two and give each of them a .
His slave was sick. He had heard of I of tbe County for roads, our Commis. piece of it, when the one who was the good does not follow. :
to suspect that he has quite a regard has a right at this time to what the .
Jesus: he sends for Him to come and say sioners from Lake Worth had not so mother said : 'Stop Solomon, stay thy A merchant can over-advertW. IU j j :;
for some particular girl "bred in Old Democratic platform will be." It
oughtto hand. Let the old hag have it. If I
heal his servant Then be thinks it is much as secured an appropriation to canspcndwogresaproponioaeibl.profits -4
Kentucky." be equally true, as he says, that can't have a whole baby I don't want
asking too much of so distinguished a shell or macadamize the County road in adnrl .iac. lie can waste
Then Miss Angevine, our talented and whatever the issue is the Democratic any. Then King Solomon told her to
Teacher ; he sends his servant and saysif from West Palm Beach to the Lake take the baby and wash its face, for he money, and does waste DIODe,. It Is !!
little "school-marm, whocouldo't party will meet it .
pretty Jesus will only say the word the slave squarely.Mr. Worth Cemetary. Should not the citizens knew it was hers. He told the other safe to say ttut three out of fivt merchants i i
look severe under any circumstances Bryan is altogether too vital
will be saved. Jesus said his faith was a of this town petition the Board to woman to go chase herself. King Solomon advertise at a loss. ,
deligbtedeverybody with a ren- man to stick to dead issues.-New York built] Kin Solomon's temple and
greater than any in !srad.I show that much consideration for this They get some benefit from their advertising i
dition of "The Low Shore Lass." World. was the father of all Masons. He had ..

This lady is able, well schooled, and I The Centurion at the cross watching section? I thinkso. seven hundred wives and three hundred but not .in proportioa. to the

the dying agonies of the crucified Christ, S S S lady friends and that is why there are cost. 1
her readings and recitations are a treatto A Fort Lauderdale Trucker Report. so,many Masons in the world. My is hard Ull
It often
said, truly this was the Son of God. He Some one suggested to the Man On a pretty thug to
the most critical. he member andI
even papa says was a warm ,
bore testimuny to the divinity of Jesus 4S The Corner that he should thinkhe whether or not advertising rtallj dues
About this time the Ice cream and not expecttoo was hot stuff myself. And

pound cake began to make their appearance Christ when all had forsaken Him. Vegetable shipments along the lower many things all at once; that "all that's all I know about King Solomon." pay. When it is done right there b aa

The Cenluridu at Cesarea, Cornelius ; east coast continue to be heavy, the things come to him that waits." uncertainty, ,
and checkers and other gamesin That PUTS on the Lookout,
his ai d benevolence reachedthe daily shipment from Miami alone A small merchant get frightened at
progress were set aside and full justice : prayers may be true in a general way, but I TBS MAN ON Tag CORNER. '
the throne of God. God sent Peter to amounting to above 600 crate via express have often noticed that the individualwho the advertising of his Urg neighbor. .
was done to good things set -I. -
him with a special message. besides a large amount that is and hustles after them He doesn't see how be can make U pay "
before the gets up gets
company. The Cenmrion that bad 'charge of going via freight. Many flattering state- them and The Home Paper. with a small a who sooner enjoys them longer.
Frank Idner.
Bro. was
present
Paul on the ship that was taking Paol i meal" in regard to the profit in vegeta is in S stops to consider he will find that' his i1
There lots satisfaction
with his redcrhone, set the machine fOWlr i more real- The Americans are a nation of read-
ble
to Rome, treated him courteously.The growing are received. The following store is smaller, but still be does eiuU 1
\ with a choice selection of band izing on some of these good things whileon ers. Tbe eancational standard prevail '
letter
addressed to Mr. J. E. Ingra. In instance the advertisenieat
last and net the least Lvsias every
was ,
earth rather than
music. This alo was a treat. going to one's"long ing in this is the highest
country
who rescued Paul from the mob in Jerusalem ham, third vice president of the Florida should be in direct rcflectioa cf Uw i
Then arose an urgent demand for a sleep" with a blind faith that in the world, and, perhaps, to this ,
an1 took him into the castle of East Coast Railway, was received yesterday store, both in size sal central teso,. ; j
repetition of the duet "Just One Girl" someone will ome: time or other enjoy pre-eminence more than to anythingelse
: A bin merchant who does business 1
Antonia, au/1 saved his life. a Ug -
the' chorus of vthich was taken i'p by them. I am selfish enough and impatient is due the superior ability of
"Ft Lauderdale
There is: nothing in the Old or New May 26.-Mr. J. E. to take this view of it. of'500am a year, or the nterchaat ,
ever)one. This made some of the enough our men and women in every walk
Ingraham Third Vice
Testament against the profession of a President Florida whose receipts amount to ft/na Caa
folks' feet twitch, and our of life when compared with other
younger East .
soldier. I have heard quoted many Coast Railway, St. Augustine Fla.: afford to lay aside i per cent. Almosta
'. Reverend Bro. Walker was approached Dear Sir-As A lady asked me the other day what peoples. As a result of the evolution
times that "all they that take the sword you know. I saved an acre ty business will stand from i to j pet
oa the quiet and quested to permit of tomato plants I thought of a lottery scheme she had to of our industrial system which has displaced cent.
shall perish by the sword," and in by covering them with
just; a little bit of a dance. But he another place Dhrist: told His disciplesif earth at the time of the frost in February.I propose to a church society to which she the militancy of mediaeval times, In small retail bosiaessof f 10,000 a

wouldn't .do it, und to compensate he belongs I told her that opinion was education has become the means by
my
jut want ta tell or fS.y month
they did not have a sword, to sell you that I have shipped year percent, per
them a most comic recitation, thus not worth much in but which individuals made useful
Rave their garment and buy one. 528 crates from the acre. I have gold that it are memo per cent. or 116.65 per month will do

artfully causing them to forget all about We have had some grand sold.ers. cash returns for 481 crates, amountingto rould be pretty well summed up in the bers of society,and the criterion by whichis wonders.

the dance. charge given by Judge Barker. of the determined their fitneis in the field of
Old 'Ironsides of England, who $1,041 35, and have forty-seven crate" Even |4 per month use! each month j

The evening finally wore tel a close liberty to England ; Washington gave of yet to hear from. Can anyone do better criminal division of the circuit court of endeavor.The to convince a certain part of the public j

amid numerous other songs a.'d choruses Amerita Havelock of India Gordonof than that? Yours truly, Louisville, Ky., when instructing the newspaper therefore, has assumed that Smith's is the best place to trade .J

when the guests l began to look up Khartoum; and others too numerousto ; "WuuAM MARSHAM r." grand jury of the May term of court two a function for which there is no will bring in JL| worth of trade. The

their wraps and to depart. Thus passeda mention.We In case Mr. Marshall receives the weeks ago. Said he "I want yon to make analogy in the world's history. It is merchant who spend$4 a month ad,er- i

most delightful evening, one to be no distinction between church lotteries pre-eminently an educator, as much as the tVoing will at the end of s y *r be sble oj"
price
love soldier
the because he average per crate for the
referred to and remembered, by all who represents forty- conducted for charitable purposes and school teacher and the college proffes- to "
spend more.
self-sacrifice for the good of others. seven crates not heard from the total receipts .
,
were present. the lottery man who is out for the
money There is no uncertainty about good
The highest ti pe of self-sacrifice is Seen from the acre will be over (1,135 sor.The
OXB WHO WAS THERE. there is in it for himself. I will sanction most gratifying feature of the It has it
advertising. paid
I in the voluntary Me and death of Jesus Compare this with growing corn in the pays now.

.-- Christ. West at 25 cenU per bushel, and freezing the prosecution of any church operating marvellous growth of the newspaper as and will pay. It is only question vt

The story of Budda Sudara, who was weather four months in the this form of gambling." one of the busy world's indispensable how to do it Better make mistakes
.... Well Put. year.-
one of the witnesses of God among the Miami Correspondent in Times-Union aids, is the demand of a home journal.In than not to do it at all. People learn ,
.
-? hamlet and
: -. heathen is a beautiful example of self- May 29 tb. The tush of inventors these days with every village town of by mistakes. """-
This to Frank Clark, legislator ...
greeting this found
will the
republic be favoritejuuiuai
sacrifice for the Bnrn The merchant bo will not la
of
spend
For lie the good humanity. ,a-. schemes to save citrus fruit trees from ._.._..I t." tft_:!_ U_..__ :ftft__ ._: r : !
l ; every newspapers India shut in -- ui me lamiiy. ovciy issue wi I 2 cent. of his
prince in. up a splendid frost, now that the cold has done its advertising per gross
have tod adversely to the people they in be eagerly read and the next awaited im receipts lacks the spirit of Ko-abead-
palace, imprisoned luxury, he was Dress Material from Pineapple Fibre. worst in most sections of the State, reminds -

have uttered a hundred of a complimentary unaccustomed to the miseries of the ----. me of another fellow who an. patiently. The paper which containsthe itiveness essential to progress.

character We, therefore, move an world. One day he caught sight of an "I have almost forgotten to tell you of nou"ced his invention of a bullet-proof best selections of reading for thefamily's The man who will not spend when

amendment of your asinine libel bill, aged, deformed miserable beggar. It the brand-new material which all the jacket now that the Yanko-Spanko war entertainment is generally the there is a chance to make spending,

that shall in made such a profound impression in most popular journal, and, if that paper won't "cut any particular daih" in the
that any newspaper praiseor upon women town are having their summer is over. The utility of these protectors

pufi of any person utter any untruth him that he threw aside all the signs frocks made of," writes Edith Lawrence are always demonstrated in the time of has articles which, besides being interesting -. business field. ,

or exaggeration shall upon conviction and substance of royalty deserted the in her fashion gossip, in- the June peace but are never heard of in times of give aid to the various members :. The merchant who won't spend money

thereof, be sentenced thirty days work royal palace and his beautiful wife and Ladies' Home Journal. war. They resemble the automatic cotton of the family in their daily pursuits, it. to get new customers-more business 1

00 the public roads. child, spurned the inheritance of a kingdom "It is called Pina cloth, and they say pickers.'which are lauded so highly after performs a high and useful function.- Ln't the kind of business man who acts

Section 2 Any newspaper which antI went forth in the tumult of it is made from the fibre of pineapple.It the cotton season is over but fail to show Exchange. the world oa fire.-C V. White, In "z

shall laud a peanut politician in terms beyond life to become a burden-bearer to them is a very sheer material, and comes in up in the cotton fields, and of the patent ..-- .! Seattle Trade Register. '

his deserts and endeavor make that were in nee he has "Did you enjoy the the -4.-- .
to Today over strips, white and pink, white and blue, corn huskers whose merits are loudly german I

j the public believe that he is a statesman, four hundred millions of followers yellow] or red, etc., and makes the loveliest proclaimed early in the Spring. other night, Miss Daisy ?" asked Cash For Town Lots. '

; lull. upon conviction thereof, be sentenced Christ was divine with all the exaltation garden-party frocks you ever saw. S C Tinkleton. I us' -

to saw wood for 100 days.-Tampa implied in divinity. He became I It can stand auy sort of dampness or Some funny errors occasionally creep "lie wasn't a German, Mr. Tinkle-: I will town pay lots cash offered for any cheap.desirably Address located

JWaJ4. voluntarily human and was so poor that dew. into the columns of a newspaper that ton.-Ex. IC 'i "L. L." 1'.O.13ox 152. West Palm Deaeb.

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