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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: June 8, 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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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Lake Worth Literary and Social Club. 'COUNTY Nothing Is Vile But Man.
S PURELY PERSONAL ... LIVELY LOCAL LINKS. THE TIDINGS p HERE AND THERE.

11_ THURSDAY, TONS I, 1899. ." -.,. Written for T TBOPKML. Six. --.,.--.

4 People. They Come and Qo-People Owing to the storm the club held no What the Sun's 'Men Heard la The A Budget of Interesting Items From Look Standing at nature like a to rural her bride pride.; Scraps of New About This and Thai

You May or May Not Know. meeting on \lay 25th. The president. Lively Local Whirligig. regular Correspondents. Perfect in ber wildest grace. and Different Things.

Mrs Sackett called the meeting to ,. If" Fitted for the human race. f
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1 All U beauty-gloriou* ptaaothing -
A Kalang-0 of Personal ml-VllttGl'.ID' order as mud on June ist. A Mirror of Minor Happening,' Accidents Very Carefully Compiled ant Confined to that \ nothing vile but man. Newsy Motes and Itaas tt latl.t to

s the City, and ClUians Visiting After a preliminary, informal talk on Coming Events, and a Which Is of Most Interest to the Everybody la Gtatral and Vobrla
warbler of the
the Interests of the club the Every grove
Out of the City.' general Galaxy of Current Gossip. Citizens or Dade County Sings of happiness and love; Panttalar.I' .
election officers for the corning three .. .
hearts that throb with
.1' I -$5' Cheering woe, _
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months was in order and the followingwere Making bright this life below, ,
The Misses Vesta and Fern Wilhon Whilldin has appointed A, HlSGOSIi MCTTERISGS. 'I
l elected : Mrs. Bnrnham. president; Mayor J. Wooing eyes that weep to smile- Monday was County Commissioners t
are at Miami this week. Mrs. Strawderman as a special police officerto Nothing here but man Is vile I day at' Juno. R. E. McDonald served 1
Mrs Anthony vice-president
; dwelling
W. Heim has his i iI
act in the central portions of the town. house under for
the first
Joe Wilkinson is now clerking at the Moses, secretary ; Miss Sara Moses, Every fioweret of the vale I time a* Commissioner from J i

West Palm Beach Drug Store. treasurer. The canal dredges back of Jnno have way.Lots Sends its sweetness on the gale; the Lemon City district. 1
of weather and of .good kind Give its fragrant life serene ,
The following was read for shut down operating for a while, the
program Quite a large party of citizens front
Mrs. E. H. Dimick returned Saturday now, only a little dry.F. To rejoice a world unseen
from her visit to Rock Ledge.W June 8th : property being under the charge of P. Teaching generous natare's plan the Lake who have grove properties on
Quotations( from Longfellow-Mrs, B. Dupont until work I is resumed. ., A Rowley was up and spent Sun- To the selfish creature, man. the Jupiter River left on this morning' '
L. Widmeyer down from day and Monday at home.TMiss
came Burnham.
that dawns bright train to inspect their possession
Handsome winter cottages are to be Every day so ; up
Neptune Wednesday night, returningthis Eminerson's Essay, "Friendship"Mrs. Rosa Forrey, of Hypoluxo is Every theme-in lring night; there
erected on the front of the Flagler '
morning Sanders. ocean visiting Mrs. W. H. Sanders. Every whispering wind that blown;
hotel property on the East Side. One Every murmuring stream that flows, The Town Council is the
i The Cloud the Sara agitating
On
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Mrs. L. R. Decker and Charles Ginber Way-Miss will be located north of the Palm Beach Warren Dick is assisting Gale & Cain Even in a world like this, sewerage question. The matter is in.

S returned Saturday night from their visit Moses.Knickerbocker Mrs. Moses. Inn and the other south of the Casino.Urban the store and on the launch. Sings of paradisic bliss the hands of the street committee with,
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at St. Lude, on Indian River. Gen E. Sanders and sister Rose are v The rolling yean I the se.sons.weel! fair
Poem of Nature-Mrs. Anthony. I L. Biggs, who for some time Vl .. prospects of a move being made in
The wondrous order all complete I
back from their visit to i
Senator H. N. Dimick and wife and The outgoing secretary feels that this has been prescription clerk of E. H. Jupiter. ';;, Grandeur clothes the winter gray; this direction sovu.

Representative Fred S. Morse returned literary and social club is an oiganiza Dimick's West Palm Beach drug store, CapL -C, ,E. Merchant came down Beauty rharms the pride of May. THE SUN man was the recipient of a

R Sunday night from Tallahassee. purchased the drug store business of from' the St. Lucie and spent Sunday AU is beauty-gloi ions pin
lion which is of especial value to a town generous; cake of comb honey front the
I" -- D. C. Ruth & Co. Miami and has with his family here. Nothing nothing file but man!
like West Palm Beach situated at a at hives of R. G.
I. G, A. Collins and family, recently of -JhMES C. HAUlS.. Su acr', little Lout

I: r St. Augustine, are occupying the Met- nistance from our large centres of learn taken immediate possession. All the Rowley family except the head ..:.... apiary., Bee raising is a success ia this

l call cottage on Poinsetta street for the ing and social advantage and calls for Mayor Whilldin has asked the Councilto took ft trip to Boynton to visit the Mr. Bradley Contributes. section where any attention is gibes it.

1 if i Summer.Mrs. hearty support from those who have authorize the putting up of street Rowky Bros. plantation last Saturday .. Mrs. J. H. BreWv-rd has received
r.' I the interest at heart. It is a source oi returning that same evening. the
Noticing
names at our most prominent cornersThe newspaper word from
Rev. N. Mulford of
J. the
5 R. G. Snlzner and little boy left rest and recreation to lovers of good Mayor has instructions. to go ahead Pineapples are being shipped from ment that West Palm Beach annonnce-I death in a New York hospital of Alfred

.: for St Augustine this morning for a literature, and tends to uplift and keepus with this much needed job, so we shall nearly;every station and platform. in funds for an Independence Day celebra'i Cluett a brother of Mrs Ifolford. 2tr..

visit Ancient with City.friends' and relatives' iu the in touch with the great world of soon know Just where we are and feel this vicinity now, and the crop promisesto ion, E. R. Bradley, of Chicago, one of I Clnett: was well knows to oa the
many
letters. It is a decided influence for more towulike. be little if any less than that of lastJeoIt the proprietors of the Beach Club writes. Lake.

Tax Collector H. J. Anthony is at good in our midst, educating I1J to appreciate By special invitation of the Knightsof the following letter"to Mayor B bmdtn, '

West Palm Beach resting up a little the best class: of literature-a Pythias of West Palm Beach, Rev A small, but pleasant party met atGeos. enclosing therein $ZS.oo: Children's Day or Flower Sunday,

1 after his arduous labor in making up perpetual feast for the intellect. Let 8. D. Paine will preach the annual memorial Rowley'a last Friday night to Hon. Wiltnon Whilldin, will be observed ia the CongregationalChurch

us support it hf artily, help his Alex 3. celebratehis West Pulnt next Sunday at U
the annual tax rolls. sermon next Sunday evening youngest ion Mayor Beach: owning

r w We would Mike to say much, or.eson 7:30: o c 1 tick; veiling Star Lodge No.*t6 bin Way.: .1'be'1Ji\1Il good time washard HONORABLE SIR-I understand you o'clock. There will be exercises by th4

Mrs. H. H. Wilkinson came from Hy. .this subject, but.ith this little appeal will attend in a body. A cordial invi. by tVos) $ present-, while'thlldabte-" are to.h..ve'a. demonstration in your children and an address by the pastor*.

potuxo Tuesday morning. She is at the the secretary makes her parting bow tation is extended to all. to attend re&ret.it very much. **' town July Fourth, and I would, ask yon A cordial invitation II extended all.
home of her daughter, Mrs. E. H. !knit retires. -
to kindly accept ,enclosure from me
.. Sheen left
-- Franklyn Monday night
Dimick at Palm Beach. A. Cohen one of Dade's solid and .e.BOYITOY --- -
S. reliable colored towards the good cause. Wishing you for Hallaodale, where he bu beet employed .
men, was quite successful BREEZES.
Capt. Dennis O'Neill, of Ft. Landerdale success I am, to superintend the work incident
Progressive Young Business Men. with his at Delray this Season. ..
crop
one of Dade's best known of the Yours respectfully
ill
to the reclamation of immense
tract
Tom an
Earnest and :
From one and one-half acres of tomatoes Chase find
E. R. BRADLEY.
old pioneer settlers, was in town Friday A deal was consummated last week he slipped crates. The West Palm Beach an attractive place of garden lands west of that town. Mr.
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averagenet
and Saturday of last week.A. which, means much for this town in the returns on 120 crates has been $1.40. ; these days. Such a contribution coming unsolicited Sheen hope to secure a hundred or i

G. Hutchinson, one of Dixie's way of increased business facilities. It with the rest of them to hear from. I 0. Larson: Adolph Freedlnnd and from a winter resident goes a long more men to labor at cutting canal,
the of a splendii business I way towards helping out the ..committeein digging ditches and
energetic young men, left Friday for St. was purchase several of building bridge
Louis his old home, to visit family and site for a business block to be erected just 'Last week THE SUN man (feasted on Palm Beach more our boys have gone to its efforts to raise enough funds to otherwise making the land usable and

friends for the summer. opposite the Hotel Palms and having a the fat of the laud. A crate of splendid for the summer. enable us to have a fitting celebrationof accessible to farmers whom it U pro.

Narcissus street frontage of nearly two tomatoes from the farm of Earnest Bros., The growers here say the season is the day, and the spirit prompting the posed to locate ou these land. Mr.

G. W. Brown, a nephew Contractor hundred feet. at Boynton and a bag of dl'liciJus Queen over but I notice an immense numberof contribution is greatly appreciated by Sheen is a competent man for such work,

T. D. Brown is recent arrival who has This valuable] tract was pnachased by and Red Spauish pines from Mt. Rich crates of something sent somewhere. the committee and by our citizens few being a skilled engineer as well as aa

joined the construction force erecting G. G. Strohm, M. E. Gruber and A. P. ard Hone's plantation, made the editor Some people take canal baths on of whom are financially ably to contribute energetic rusher of labor projects of this

houses for Mayor Whilldis. Anthony, three of this town's most ener conclude that life was worth living purpose, some because they can't helpit as much as they would like to door kicd.

Mrs George Wellington left Sunday getic and successful young business men. after all. while still others take to canal water ( such an occasion. There are a number .

morning for New York, from which city aud it shows their faith in this town's The Epworth League will hold their just naturally.Dr. of non-resident property Owners Dr. Charles A. Pal wood, presiding

6he will sail for England this week to permanent prosperity and their expectation regular Sunday afternoon prayermeeting McLeay is here, there and ever' from whom the committee would be .elder of this district of the M. E. Chlrcb,

f pass the Summer with relatives at her to be permanent factors in its up with an informal program June nth at where else so much these day a that we glad to receive such contributions as Soutb,'j>rcached Saturday morning and

old Home. t building. 3 p m. S\1bject"A Perfect <;qhild"- don't know whether he belong to Boynton they feel able to make evening Sunday morning and evening,
Luke ii, Miss Hattie Merchant' -e.. and held quarterly meeting Monday
40-52.
Before long preliminary steps will be .or not. He still gets his mail at
J. E. Ingraham, Land Commissionerof taken, looking to the erection on this will lead the meeting. All are cordially' this postoffice. A Business Mayor. nixht. Sunday night people were q.
the F. E. C. Ry., was in town Fridayin able to the
block of building that will be an ornament invited to come out. Preaching servicesii get seats congregation was
a -
consolation with W. R. Moses, the a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Tuesday night of last week a jolly The surprisingly low cost of shelling so large. Communion service... heldat
to the town and credit to the
resident land agent of the Company at a dance was given by the Funk Bros in Evernia street from Olive to the Lake that time. Dr. Fulwood has been
Masonic District Convention will be in
West Palm Beach. owners. 5.. their spacious new packing house. It is was the subject of much favorable comment preaching for 54 years. He goes from
session in this town for three days next
useless to say that our young people. at the last meeting of the City here to Lemon City where he ...illUldit
Deputy Marshal F. A. Root was in Memorial Day services over the gravesof week, beginning Monday. This is the "were there with both feet.-" ,
Council, the president Mr. Potter remarking in
town Saturday. Monday he left for Federal and Confederate dead were 14th district, extending from DeLand to conducting a protracted meeting. It
;he immense quantity of Guinea corn i that "it was the most economical is probable that he will recommend the
Jacksonville with J. J. Peters to turn the observed in a most simple manner last Miami. District Deputy C. H. Stewart i II
raised from one seed ear of this cereal b street work he ever heard of erection of the district at this
latter over to the U. S. anthorties for Sabbath Dr. S. D. Paine officiating. A will be instructor in charge and S. B. ) parsonage
the Funk Bros. will give one an idea of Mayor Whilldin got the shell managedand place, he and his wife are 110 will pleasedwith
violation of the revenue laws.II. few of our citizens and a number of Wright, Grand Master of the State will
what a crop cau be produced of this supervised the job resulting in a the town.
ladies and children were present to par likely be here for one or twodays.The : .
A. Luce came down from Jensen succulent stock feed on Boynton muck. total cost of only $69. Abutting prop-
ticipate and to lay their floral tributes The Florida East Coast Railcar i is
where he has been about the residence of F. 0 erty holders bear two-thirds of this ex
Thursday night. stationed yard Mrs. A. M. Gardner has been one of for *
on the graves both of the departed ones arranging the publication of an "OQ-
u supply agent for a few weeks, Williams shows what can be done in the the most progressive and successful pense leaving: the city's share but $z3 cial
who wore the blue and of those who and Complete Shippers' and Re
r add Friday morning left for Eau Gallie, wore the gray. __ __ way of borne adornment in a short time farmers in Dade. She has grown the .e-- eeh'els' Guide," to be finely ir.nalr.tled:

where he will be for a short time at provided one has water, plants and ener- first green fleas for shipment ever sent off Attention, Knights of Pythias I and to contain a complete list ol hip-

least. Tom Hobson was obliged to return to gy. Beatiful vines only a few months the muck land, while her crop of potatoes pers and receiver and business lu it-rents

Mrs W. M. McDonald and Mrs. Geo.S. the Augustine hospital this week from the seed are climbing up to shade and other products have been &i All members of Evening Star Lodge and resources at different point alung
after returning herein of the porches, while a royal poinciana tree good better the No. 46 K. of P., and all visiting brothers
Adams received their friends at the : hopes being as or than best. the line of road. The Guide will be
able to do work. His feet Fully eight or ten inches in diameter ate urged to meet at the Castle Hall!
home of Mrs. McDonald last Thursday some are so Sunday night the Lemon City girls tret-h districted abroad, and toe benefit .
from the East has Sunday evening, June n, at 6:30: o'cloc
badly injured that his friends fear the transplanted Side
left and
afternoon from 3:30 to 6 o'c1t>ek. Miss their leaving caused sighs and to various industries is appar.aLAny
: Leila Anthony and Miss Vesta Willon necessity of amputation of one of them already put out branches and is leafing tears galore. It is said that next day to participate in the Annual Memorial grower of fruits and riaupp1a.
While here for a week he at lIrs.McCann' out beautifully. All over the yard are Day service of toe Order. Dr. S. 1/
; assisted in serving refreshments. was Cully couldn't tell A. C. D. from all I am! any Cither enterprise or buaineas
choice of assorted kinds Paine will address the Knights at the
boarding house where he plants growing
express while Will packed seven wishing their names to in this
!1 Captain Wm-Vg: ;;; and wife are had every case and attention. thriftily while a grassy lawn adds to the crates of old tomato vines and sent op themto I I Cougregatioaal Church at 7:30 p. m. publication are Trqumed appear to MIX! a

recent arrivals from St. Augustine who attraction of the premises immensely. i Gto. S. ADAMS C. C.
Barnett Bros. marked card
"extry fancy. postal with ume and Mi4i
i t have become so taken with the attractions As we go to press we learn of the Evening Star Lodge No.'46, K. of P. M,
Capt. W. F. Armstrong and W. F. 1 don't quite believe the above, but I I .. .! stating business, to F. O. WtHuins,
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: of this town that they have leased death of Mrs. Elizabeth Moore who
Armstrong Jr. expect to leave next week do know that Tom went down by the Catholic Church Service Next Sunday agent of above railway at West i'>am
s the Dade will be to the Lake for inter-
brought
the Roberts building
opposite
for Macclenny, where W. F. Jr. has : canal that night and played "when theI ---- Beach The Guide will go; to eras early
f State Bank 011 Clematis Avenue, ment. Mrs. Moore received a severe I
County accepted a position as department man. murphies bloom again" on that next Rev. Father Th. DeBurue, successor to in Julv. __ ._
I r in which they will open an up-todate injury while getting off the train at Fort : ager for Griffing Bros., who' conduct Fourth of July cornet of his until bis Rev. Father Funtan, residing at Miami,
establishment Young Pierce a few days since which she Important Real t UU Ssle.
millinery Capt. ago nursery, seed and poultry business, sisters had to go down and waken him will reach West Palm Beach Saturday -- _.

i I is a retired sea captain. has gradually declined. while Mr. Armstrong Sr. will engage in up the next morning from the trance he morning and hold services on Sunday at Real estate agent It M. BreWord La*

I W. W. Proufand Harry E. Tuttle Marshal Jones has a thorough worker another line of business. Miss' Alice was in. Girls, do come back, or two 10 o'clock a. m. in the Catholic Church, this week cOoCIl! the sale of the orcaa

accompanied by Attorney Worley were and a good man inl}. A. W. Walker, the Bell Armstrong will remain on the Lake, weeks from now won't find a corporal's and deliver a lecture. In the evtuin front property Ijin DOIth of th Palm:

visitors to Jnno Saturday en important colored man in charge of the city scavenger at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Franz guard of our boys left to tell the tale. at 7:30 he will lecture again, and hue Beach Inn and extending up to the

legal business. Mr. Prout is in chargeof wagon. He is as regular as clock Kin tel, for the present Will F. Jr. -.-- evening service. All are cordially in Leighton tract recently bOld U II. M.

the business affairs of the Tattle estate will be missed by the several an'iza- vited to attend. Flagler. Mr. Flagler U the purchaaerof
work in the performance of his duties.S. A ferry license was granted to J. T.I
under direction of the administrator, tions here of which he is a member DeBerry last Monday by the County I I S.. the tract, thus securing the snip connecting

and a more competent and reliable man M. Jones has been sent here as successor having been prominently identified with Commissioners, to operate the ferry I The only returns that have been reported his Leigbton property purchase with

to 1 handle the complicated and varied to Chas. Wooding, deceased as the Episcopal Church, Brotherhood of across Lake Worth under the same conditions from the Lake Worth shipmentsof his present hotel grounds. The tract is

phases of the estate settlement would foreman of bridge work on the F. E. C. St. Andrew Knights of Pjthias and as granted to N. H. Monck his pineapples are for Egyptian Queens. 165 fret in width and reaches from the

be bard to find. Jl.y. the Lake Worth Band. predecessor. They netted $2.50 per crate. County Road to Atlantic.&


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unD FRjAfl! mf f...CUBAN...WIle RATC FREEBOOTERS-B...rt*cI t. the IT-** THE BALTIMOBI TAILORS AL- -- i 4

ARE SAFRANEK & SON ,
z11P
f Their FrlmttlTO A..1ieTItThey -
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are mostly mongrels. weather- MANAGERS OF Does Your .
The City Hides Much'Dirt and hardened and soul-hardened savages, .1 StationerySuit \t

who have reverted to the type of their The ,Three Friends -
Squalor Under Fineryand primitive ancestors and reacquired ,

lie faculty of making a feast day com- Tailoring Company. You ? :
Glitter. ....
pensate the hardships of six fast days; "
digesting the sun-dried bull beet of J

FEVER RIDDEN their bivouacs as readily as the made SUITS AKD PANTS kUDE ,TO ORDER
HARBOR. dishes of ransacked hotel aid sleeping -
a
Next to his wearing apparel there is nothing
in quagmires on a pillow ot wIDoW'hurdlt.8 ? '

Be2uty of the Hills and Palms, and Their fox-trail as soundly Instinct as in will a feather easily bed.preuU Cleaning Pressing and RepairingA a really neat roan is so! particular about as .

Interesting Architecture of the against the methods of civilized Specialty.FIT the quality and appearance of his Stationery.And t
warfare and their raids hare already
Ancient Housestbir.lram depopulated numerous districts, some ISO WORMUXSHIP! 60ARAIITEED.
in very truth, it does proclaim his. business t
of. which once boasted prosperous
Farms but are now shunnul as the WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.G.'W.IDNER. ? There is no argumentin
..... IleW. eat .s lu Sit. as a neat fitting and stylish suit of
haunts of the Kabjles are
..... 141*-& PIUed Ul. lw. Parts predatory -
-.... 1'1.e.e.1 th. all-Th. Narrow shunned the by Sierra the Algerian Mesllla settlers.In northeast: of clothes proclaims the man. favor of paying more than '

...... am* Ik. Idle, ...,.u.. i'op.at. Bayamo. the Industrial population has : $40 for any make of wheel

.... almost entirely disappeared under the ia the wortdT: ;hen that is UM

A beautiful city U Havana. Qavansab. > terror of the freebooters, whose camp- '! It will if it is v: =:-;ti= :"",:- .1." price of popular wheels which

La Havana. San. Cristobal de lalUlmna fires can be seen smoking in the summit ..& S0N.. "' ,- have been leaden for so maay
i glens and whose,constant raids at furnished by -- Y J* '--; -
the you .
town ut.HL Christopherof \ and leaden ttiH, the
last ceased to leave the farir-ers a living yean are
town the ana Haven like many Like people moil tropical of the share in their agricultural 'prod- Jewelers and Opticians .

tniplct, It hide much dirt and squalor nets. The Cerro de Cobre, some eighty the right kind of a house present a nice
miles further south. Is approachedonly appearance
under much finery and glitter. One
tuiut not dwell on Us incredibly foul by cattle hunters with a military Watche Clocks, Jewelry ,. :
and make which y
escort; travelers who have attemptedthe a good impression, :1"
harbor, that la poisonous the year of the old overland road Musical: Goods, Strings,etc.
passes
round with fever. Looking: inland would not be the C&88' if used BICYCLES
resultsof shoddy
have returned to tell the you
rarely
there ahine tall palms and roiling hills,
bun* with draperies of deep and glowing the all but inevitable encounter Stationery Ink Blanf! Banks that "
green. The burning sun ot Cancer with the scouts of the outlaws. The paper was poorly printed. "pioneer, ao year >old lwheels'

U roofs.reflected from white spiles and valley Rio Verde formed in by the the Province west fork of Puerto of the NEWS DEPOT, Now while speaking of houses that are 'f.1

Dyer romantic walla there prep fan- of Principe runaway was slaves long dreaded and these aa refugees a haunt DAILY PAPERS., "right," we must not fail to mentionTropical e Price $40 1T
tattle and trees to
graceful
strange
have been joined by desperados

deep Northern archways rye*. and Ancient with houses mysterious, with aggressive.numerous now enough Their neighbors to become too savagely have Fine Watch Jei elry Repami D Twenty years' experience i has f :, I

Crating over medieval windows, in- abandoned hundreds of farms that can IX ALL BRANCHES. taught RAMBLU oaken bow la t j
,.t rite. to speculation. Narrow streets no longer be hoped to repay the toll of The i build the best heels on earth 1 f

are bright with burned the colored dress cf tillage. In stress of circumstances the Seminole Block, West Palo.Beach. cheaper tiara anyone else and l t t
country people, brown hot
by
a
outlaws eke out a subsistence ty bunts are that.
they doing Just
.oa. Mules and with 1
donkeys hung
lug and fishing; but withal continue to -
:1Dnnlert. handsome with braided extend the of their marauding AND SU XAMBLU3
range CALL
bridles are tethered along the house- expeditions and recently one of Clematis Avenue .u" to a C.Mti a.. .i t
rwta.. while their owners wait for a andhangt'd :
their restless leaders was caught
purchaser: of the ricb frulti, the tiny 1
of exasperated rancheros -
by a posse BICYCLE HOSPITAL I
red bananas, huge plantains long of having decorated Store v '
on the charge Supply ,
sugar canes and great yellow globes his headquarters den with arabesques QEO. S. ADAMS, Prop'r. r rWhidden's
of oranges with which the animals of human heads, "tailed up I SunWhich rt
ladenlien ::-West Palm Beach Florida
ant t
collect
spread-eagle fashion of like a ,
la white clothes, women in tion of dried fern leaves." The total J. D. MA THIS Piopnetor.
mantillas, pass through! the streets. value of the property destroyed by
la the big park the public square, are these moss trooper3l been computed SicctturUBrtitM Bakery aid Cnccp C.)tUy Market J 1

chattering merry crowds. Careless to exceed half a billion 'loUara. and Hotto-"Quick Sales and Small Proflta. enjoys a well merited reputation for
tad pleasure-wooing people they seem a list of their murders would resemblethe
and are and It 1s hard to Imagine that bulletin of a Dahomey war chief. Bakery Goods and furnishing high-grade work. THE SUN has Is Prtpand to Supplyyou t j

__ thy Idle easy going place was taken -Th< Forum.Waiuts. with'' *N .. ,
and retaken once by the worst buccaneers -- Family Groceries the beet equipped Job Office along the East ,
who ever Infested the\ Spanish In th. Ladronea. l
Mala. .....My Specialty.Goods Good Meats at Uiisg Pdcis
At the present day the wotinn of the Coast, and is better prepared now than ever .
Havana U one of the cities: of the
Ladrones are a charming lighthearted delivered free to any part 1
Western World. There has ln-en settlement lot, beautiful in their youth with of the City or across the Lake. before to meet all the requirements of the I Fresh Pork
on Its site since 1319: It is
their golden brown completions soft
All Orders Gives Prompt Attention.' Beef
divided Into two partsthe old town brown eyes and silky black hair.; The trade in that line. I
tad the new The old Iowa Is inside matrons of the (Island smiling goou- Goods First-Class and Fresh. Highest Poultry ,
at the ancient walls while the new natured and plump, have lost most of prices paid for country produce.Buy .

part U outside and has many pretty their beauty by middle.age but their ol we and I will rave you money. 6-1-9 High-grade Work Eggs. f
general kindliness of expression makes -
up for any loss in mere physical attractions Native Meats a specialty r
of line and color.. Is the kind THE SUN does
Geo. S. Hacker & Son
Simple cheerful and hospitable the I Your Patronage Solicited
home of the average islander: Is like

i. those of most natives of the tropics .. and the only kind. We have found throughan Market ou Hanyau Street, '
little more than a thin wall and palm-
thatched roof to keep out the rain. In It experience extending over a number of 1M2 WEST PALM BEACH.

the Ladrones ,It rains every day.Clothes .

spread out on grass plots to years that it paya to do this,'for when you
dry therefore seldom escape u second flu Dada County State M
dampening about midday a fact that once get a customer be will stick, knowingthat I
does not In the least disturb the laundresses v
West Palm Beach Florida.
as the rays of the eui are so what Is done for him will be done area; ,
,warm that they are soon dried ort

and Most are of indeed the whiter inhabitants than ever.wear few and in a manner that will be both pleasing Authorized Capital $100,000.

1 clothes and so the weekly wash. and attractive. Paid Up Capital. $15,000. t
L I I !L Ings are not of such alarmiaj proportions i
i as one might imagine in so warma t
.
OFFICERS
climate. MANUFACTURERS OF : J

g The natives of the islands are Chamorro1 And that's the E.N. DIMICK, President. f

Islanders!*, a people In resembling many respi'tin<'ts.Philippine The Doors, Sash, U. D. HENDRICK80N, Vice.Pniliient. ;i

Caucasian\ who have visited the La- Blinds MouldingsAND GEO. L. BRMNINQ, Cathier. :,
drones have married and iut:rmarricHi Cheapest after all. .
with the natives until the ptoportion Office Hours From g a. m. to a p. m. '
of Chamorros Is now very small. *
The houses of the Spaniard are a Building Material, 6eneraIBagkiogBusiaesstraasacttdCo1hcllonsprumptlyrrm'itt.d 1:
little more elaborate than those of the I
Chamorros. A typical mMdle-cLiss CHARLESTON, S, C.ja' Even, though you might be able to send elsewhere DrafM Imuxbt a>U oW on OB the 4a7 pri.(. 'Irervlpt.

dwelling is built with a thick stonewall Largest Factory South. for and eipalcitii or the t'Dltt'd State 4-2U-B7: : 0 i
on the ground floor, through your Stationery save possiblya I t
Send for Prices.
which is cut the large entrance door.
few cents on an order amounting to several
The rooms are unfloored. the earth.. being .-
r -
trampled hard. The first Door is O'DONOGHDE
; : _
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HARROW STREET IX HAVANA. about seven feet from the ground dollars, remember,that time is consumed and i.

suburb tiood roads lead to it from nude steps of hewn logs lead to it '
lip is on the first floor and delays occasioned in doing so, and that if
tlw lonely country that rises m fine 1 living-room THE ALL 'ROUND It
stretches behind It Is as a rule covered with rough hewn
One of the show places of the city is logs. of mahogany. The end of the mistakes should occur, you will have more or :

the rattuHlrul. which was built In 1724. hou,>,>e has a gallery built outside beneath |
==
less trouble in them reciifieJ. PHOTOGRAPHER
anti which U of interest to the whole the overhanging roof and it is getting
world bemuse it contains the tomb of there In the shade of the banana and .

Culnmbus. Ills body has been taken pineapple or palm trees that the women FirstClassJob Has come to stay in West Palm |
away, but the tomb and the memorial of the household sit to do their The Sun Guarantees
stone and inscriptions remain. sewing and to gossip.The Beach, and is now fully prepared to J"
The history of the chI is l-.oody. It
was the bone of contention between Trekking "''.::OD. Satisfaction do work to gratify his patronst' ?

the Spanish and the pirates throughout The South African wagon U a long,: 'e.
the sixteenth century and its narrow heavy cart mounted on four high PrintingAt )t.,
streets were the scenes nt dread- wheels as a rule with a sort of canvas :

ful deeds. The buccaneers captured it tent over the back half leaving the I and is right here at home, where it stands I Studio, opp Masonic Bloc r
many times while their power lasted, front clear to carry the miscellaneous

%%and each time the city ha'i to pay furniture of its owner drawn by six ready at all times and under all circumstancesto WEST PALM BEACH.
*enormous tribute. In, the fights the teen eighteen or twenty oxen curiously the Sun Office.

town was destroyed partly and much fierce looking with their immense fulfill its contracts to the letter. It you j. 1\
Of it has been rebuilt over and over spread of horn, sometimes as much as t

Mala. eight feet from tip to tip and rarely are not satisfied with work you may have Red Spanish and j
part from the attacks of the buc- less than six, but in reality a* patient e

_..jtaneers, It suffered in the wars of and hard-working; beasts as cue could gotten elsewhere and wish a change in the Fancy, ".ufr .!
.a 'e- SpaiD with other Powers, and in 1762 wish to find. Their mode of progression

was taken by the f.rltllib.rJ.'be siege is certainly slow but tbtre.is a style or grade of your Stationery, I II
that preceedcd its capture !is memora- strangeness and a fascination about 1 it PINEAPPLESlips
3 Me la British history on account of thee which may draw men to it almost as!

.-., *. enormous toes on the English ships, the Alps draw their devotees. In front ;
not from fighting but trom yellow there marches the "voor-looper." generally Send in a trial order and SuckersFor
fever and smallpox.rilb a small boy leading the two W. H. MITCHELL, e'
foremost oxen by a rein or rope passed for anything need J \
through their nostrils. Shoe Repairing Neatly Done, Har you may Kale,of the following Varieties vii
The driver walks alongside with the ness Sewed and Repaired. ,
will surprise many to bear that in Smooth Cayenne
terrible ,
and he
whip
long uses so unsparingly -
certain districts of Italy the filbert Out-of-town customers will .receive in the office counting Letter Heads
; or else sits on the front of or room- Egyptian Queen
crop rivals the produce of the vine in promt attention. Shop on Olive Street, ,
the wagon;: and gets off occasionally: next door north of TROPICAL SUN Build Ripley Queen, Golden Queen
commercial Importance. These delicious lash up the whole team with unfailing Note Heads, Statements Tags, Envelopes, i
nuts are bushes iug. 8-18 White
grown on or Antique. .
impartiality. The traveling !s all doneat
shrubs which are arranged: iu groups night starting a little before sunset Cards, Bill Heads Bills of Lading, Counter Pernambuco, 1 1Huille.
that are from 15 to 25 feet ap-irt so as and marching till perhaps 11 or lu _
to Insure the access of plenty of light Brelsford Bros Pads Circulars, Dodgers, Hand Bills, Pam
o'clock: then there is a halt till a little Early delivery can toe made part of the
and air. They thrive best In deep fruit from this f1antaUoakatlng bees
before the first signs of dawn. when IIkb4
clayey soil and the plant'ns' takes phlets or in fact anything that want last lDouth. .pply tu
place during November and IKtemlier they go on again till the sun begins to Real Estate and Insurance you. may .
get hot overhead, and then they lie by ,
of slips from the mother plant Seeds for the in the line of PRINTING- C.C. MATTHAMS,
day.
PALM BEACH, FLA.
used but the .
be
could :growth would be Florida
slow to be profitable. As It Pineapple Company
5 too is, the Aa"tb.r.'l'hl.. ,. ('oaclder
Shrubs do not bear fruit until the third Xotary Public. Cottages to Rent 5.26 97 West Palm Beach
Via
"Do think has
yon a man a right to :
year any blossoms appearing before open his wife's letters?" Po&toffira Building.North of And we will
that time being: removed DO that the 0-1-97 PoincUnit Hotel.
"Well he may have the right: but Idon't
plant shall not be Impoverished. The I
sec how he could have the cour
plants are which periodically have pruned when age."-Chicago; Record. WHEN in Jacksonville: be sure and visIt -
any slip failed to sprout H. S. MEA 0 R
please ==sure. Old
are removal and replaced by others; t you I Ijj your Friend, who will surprise!
Scientists have you with Bargain* in
demonstrated that
10 that there are plantations: which remain -
In full growth. although: nearly the purest air in the cities I is found -BARBER- Dry Goods, Clothing md
t hundred years old. The f-lbert! is about twenty-five feet above the street Gents'
surface. This Shop ou B.nyan !Street neat dour to Famishing*__
; not subject to the diseases Common to goes to prove that the Wlililileu'K MarkrUPatronage
b other crop*. but it !suffers !sevcnIyTQUI healthiest apartiuuuts are those on the D. SINGER, Manager,
third iloor. of my fri'iiJ respectfully solicited u Bridge street Near 1Ia,. '1
.(.-bailntoaet-.. -nJ frpuj evil Rinds- US-99 U-i>? J11KSONV1U.E, "LOUD
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t. MASONIC. nY"est E.H.DIMICK, Ifathushek PInos
; I Proprietor
sp1y F
olleltatto B.4 Go4.FMIt 6e Pea. I
....It.e.... a.t. Palm An JfUaM With NUBS

U beyond dispute 4hat eolidtatton toluonry Pianos That Nave A fepete&s

even though it may bring melDben Beach second to nose. They are the
and revenue at the time,does not pay kind that hart stood the test of et

In the end.- The rapid increase of mem- BRIGHTSPARKLING time and have satisfied the most

KNIGHTS OF HONOR. here and consequent financial prosperity Drug critical muilcUns in every way.

to the exclusion of Masonic principle will AI...
Gr* < Dictator of M.saekaoettL *... Store.and They Are Not
drive any Masonic institution into banknptey .
Lodge Kotu. and constitute one of the greatest old style pianos that hare beta
Henry A.Kidder of Arlington,who wafelected Masonic evils of the day.-minds Free- rented for )'e&flnd then offer.ad .
I Poinciana
grand dictator of the Knights of Royal Pharmacy
mason. "
Honor of Massachusetts at the recent tat- as"great bargain, nor art
ion of the grand lodge,takes up the reins The Order of the Amaranth, to which they "cheap,low-grade"pianos
members U
only Eastern Star are eligible,
of omoe with the' knowledge that be baa
the confidence of the entire order In his growing rapidly in southern CGUf
ability to successfully manage its affair. Notwithstanding there are over 200,000 Every Piano Is New,
Beportt of the grand officers show tboafIs Royal Arch Masons in the United States, and Is made ia the
These every part
the'expressions Toilet
yet Royal Arch Masonry-as organised by are Articles '
.., u ia not practiced in any other,country. Mathaihek Factory, awhich
The blue lodge ia the thing after an. ia a guarantee that it will
which:' be heard all
4' : Major Thomas Bailey at AHenvillo can on .Fine Stationery and la.t lifetime.. '
a Ky., left the Masonic borne by his will tbs
*

sum The of grand 15,600.lodge of If ludaslppi has undertaken sides concerning.the: news Druggist Sundries. Why on cheap Take pianos Chances when the Old

the impossible task of collecting aDd Reliable Mathnihek can be
dues through its constituent lodges from columns ofT'IIE' PreaC1'iptionsCarefully
nonafflliates. The penalty nonpayment CompoundedEast bought at price and term to

id expulsion and MMOHJO deM Coast Business Solicited. snit you? There are more than I

J. Boss Robertson of Toronto hoi contributed WEST PALM BEACH. 6-10-96. 15,000 Mathnhek Hanoi lathe
over 173,000 of his own means to South. "You Should Have
the support of the Lekedde'Home For One." r
9 Sick Children, near the city on condition
Genuine
Chinese
Mathoshek ,
that It should be forever free for the children Laundry Pianosare t
'
of Masons on the roll of the grand : only sold byLUDDEX& ';_
lodge of Canada. -' '
WO BATES'S.M.U.
The highest degree of ancient craft KEE Proprietor.
Fred Hahn
Masonry are those which communicate the Manager.

complete and full explanation of the sub- Shirts........ .-............................. lOt 29 East Bay St, Jacksonville Fla.
lime art. The third degree doef not do OileD Front...-..... ... ...... 2for23 .
this, neither does the Royal Arch Degree, I I Collars...............-..................... 25 -
and it can offiy be attained through the : Culf>>,......... "YouBuy 'Em"-"I Saw'Em!"
full explanations of the Royal Arch and TROPICAL Ladles'Shirt Wafats".7\ZllV.\Y.V.Y.V.i! t
Council Degrees and the Scottish Rita VFIRSTLASS OYSTERS; Cooked U you Hit tN.. .tine
JOlt wait. Served 1. All$.w.t.u1Nvt.. ,f
In Texas a brother holding an appoint. bet.en 8 L n and 11 11>" ;''I
AEKaeT ive office cannot dimit during his term of WORK GUARANTEED. aefrWmCR&I,told Urlak.and Cigars iJt;

4 office. Banyan. Street,WEST PALM DEA Il. WILL KELton 1DT1n11!, I!
A. KIDDIR. P. T. Morey ia now grand commander 3.3 OUvt Street Wct
of Texas Knights Templar and J.C.Kidd fal.ISML'j\
I fate of the order to bo in good shape, al
though slight lam in membership, do grand recorder. ---- -- -

to misunderstanding In regard awes* .SUN.
} manta U reported. This loss will no ODD FELLOWS. ,
BURKHARDTS
doubt be soon regained, and, in fact, a reaction JUDe ,. ,8w.
baa already set in. Mr. Kidder'i I Rekekak Have Prove Tkelr WoHk.Frateraal .
r advancement has been honorably earned, Uaka. &. Roaches Ants Bed-Bugs !
t as he has filled various offices in the grand Recognising the worth of woman.a .
lodge in a manner which speaks well lot factor in social and humane work Odd None of these things need ever bother anybody.

,' the future of the order in.t.beold Bay StaU Fellowship was one of the first of the Institutions ..PETERMAN'S INSECT
.. under big direction. o( the land to give her a placeIn The OLDEST and BEST FOODS..
the borough of Man. fraternity and to enlarge the field of I Ii
lodges Are
( Forty-five i no exper\ient\ no patent ellS trap fake but the product or a idea. :
batten and 81 of wore represented her usefulness. Rebekah Odd Fellowshiphas
Brooklyn tic and skillful chemist. Rave been In use for la the
t at a recent meeting of the Joint committee become the second grand division of newspaper:published in the tell both 10 this country and Europe, Ocean Steamers Jean Bake UQ&UeS wrest liw 1
awl
i for celebration of the anniversaryof the order. It wrought out a standingin Private Residences, and will rid any place oi these ;
the institution of the order this year. the order that no spleen or pique can pau.
retard.-Dun F. Price. Each week Rosh Food,14 lb has.__._._ ..
has ini County.
The lodge at Drakesboro, Ky they: D.Kovcry, Liquid 1'.1'
young men in less than air Union lodge of Denver owns a fine building Dtacaveryi __._. ,
I Xse handsomely furnished, regalia, etc., ABtftmliPure O deg lb..oly-_.., .._. ."..1'....

The amount received on one assessment valued at 1100,000. The lodge is 85 yean contain Insect Powder. FrNh.thla rear's crop, cI1l'K"1' true n.l.-

.- on the order is about$355,000. old and has 850 members. e of this 1*worth 5 pound of the kind tporter.oy WoE,'t c sale 1* 8'hirWa.Ruud
$ Herman lodge of Philadelphia one of !
Louisiana jurisdiction lost five member
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'- by death during April. the strongest German lodges in the state, i ', '.,' PER POUND, SQOBURKHARDT.. -
will celebrate its seventy-first anniversaryin -
The grand lodge of Massachusetts fixed
? Finest
June.Tbiie Gromlet
the per capita tax at 60 cents lleU ADDualll' .

UNITED WORKMEN. total membership are 6,000 Rebekah of 800,000.lodges, with a All: the News j

-, Odd :Fellowship lanes a theory but a -
practical work. Its duties are four In
i flak Twice Prom Before the Week Drepplac, Omt number and they are all do's-vli, visit ,c New Store I Rev Goods I Rock Beta Prices !
Cfctpa ep..
the sick relieve the.dlatnI aud. bury'the that IS News ,
The member who drops out of the A.0. dead and educate tfie orphan. ,

U.W. bucausa it "costing too much" The order of Odd FeUowsowas homes! TaO ASOf'l &
sit down and do little DROWN
1 had better a figuring.
for orphans In the United States, sur*
Lot him how hi ,
L cipher out just long '
: rounded by 8,828 acres of land and valuedat
will have to live and pay in at present 01 Dealers in Goods
Dry Shoes
even higher assessment raW. in order kbare 8800,000.A ... ", Ladles' ;and Gentlesen'a
contributed to the order aa much secretary or scribe has no right to FurnishIngs'and Notions.
give any other form of receipt than tin .
f compound interest added, as will be paid I not onlyBeach ffi f'WO8t Falm!
back to his heirs at his death. Where tithe official certificate,whether the person pay We boy for cash and sell for cacti BO give lower prto thin stores whit
k savings bank that will duplicate thiproposition lug asks for a receipt or not credit. Our motto ia,Quick sales and email profits and dl8- .glue
? Where is the investment Members of degree staffs are not required and immediate vicinity erimination but sell to all at same DO
beat it-A. O. U W. Record to address the chairs when entering of **.,rt-.. price goods are all '
.. la the California jurisdiction there anJ75 leaving the room, during their work ai plainly marked in figures.
lodges with over 20,000 In total mem such, through other than the regular' en but from all points 01

bership. trance. _____________ i
The Kentucky deputies are doing sock I THE BARMAN
HOUSE
good work that the winning of the| ,ooc! UNITED WORKMEN. note, on the, Lake and along

prise is assured. Harmomy Prevail Im II............. Is now open for Winter Travel.
The membership of the jurisdiction a Be-ck ...-..... the railroad thus making BEST OF ACCOMMODATIONS.-TABLE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS..
Massachusetts April 1 was 54,819. : -
--eaths
.
For some time past there has been trou IB Coaasstroa.Ratee -
The indications are that seven afiflesa ble In the Massachusetts Jurisdiction growing Reasonable. Short Distance from the Depot \
menu will carry the Kansas jurlsdlctioi out of an adverse decision by the state it easily Address
Mrs. S. E. BARMAN
through the year 1899. attorney general in regard to the war relief WEST PALM BEACH FU.
and general relief calls of the supreme
RED MEN. lodge. So the grand lodge appointed a '
committee to confer with a committee of THE

Law aa to Balloting For Decree the supreme lodge, which bodies have discharged TRAVELERS
'
Al..s tko TraiL I their duties with the result' thai ,
all is harmony again.
Some of the tribes throughout the country The Leading Family Newspaperof NEW MANAGEMENT_
are still balloting for degrees when i California Jurisdiction paid 1637,000 to

brother desire to advance, when for man beneficiaries deceased members last year. FELIX GARCIA, Prop. Jacksonville Flsu
than one great sun one ballot elects to all West End lodge of Louisville has, paid ,
the. degrees, except where brothers wen the assessments of one member for 11
adopted prior to first cold moon, Q. 8. D. years and of another for 7 years. Bade Electric Lights, Electric Bells, uAhs, Complete Seirice.

400, in which case a ballot should be had. Kansas has eight deputies under a saporvUing < County.. The Best $2.00 per day Hotel in Florida. ..
Official returns from 811 tribes Penn. general deputy In the field and
sylvania show a net gain of 8,678 memo baa changed the assessment notice so as to Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Trah tier. Fa 111
belL end with the figure 6 or 0. .

It la now time for the tribes everywhen The grand lodge of British Columbia
to arrange for a Bed Men's day. Keep has voted to pay the war relief.

yourselves prominently before the public Already THE SUN:is a wel- "
If yon would grow and succeed. Royal A ream-...

The membership In Missouri baa nearly Grand Secretary Boynton of Massachusetts Gl1EN G. ST
tripled Itself In the last great sun. A reports as follows: Membership Ja1.I come visitor to nearly ev- OfilYIt 1i
tribes have been Instituted initiated in 1898 j
Dumber of new 1898, 18,002; Oej; ad. .
mitted by card, 118; reinstated, 84; withdrawn f/J: C DEALER IN 1.- ,

Mo.erthe Weecle. by card, 159; suspended, 924; died ery home in this section
head camp mooting at Kansas City 927; membership Jan. I, 18W, 17,8&8;net Staple and Groceries
will loss for 1898, 66!. March ai, 1899, then Fancy
the second week in June preven'th.l1ead ,
154 councils and 17,808 members in its.
officers from attending picnics between were the state. and many attractive
the dates of June 8 and 10.
Reports of the grand officers of Rhode Grain and all Food Supplies.
Social members who intend to secure
beneficiary certificate should not delay. Island show a healthy growth. John Q. features, are bringing new I.
Hassle U grand regent -.--
They may wait until it lit too late j

clerks It U are generally the life conceded of the society.that the Upon local .$The, reserve York fund now amounts to eves recruits. to its ranks each COUNTRY :PRODUCE: 1

the faithfulness of the clerks all else depends. New has 47,000 Royal Arcanum- Always Fresh,Kept ia Stock.
floe within its borders.
week. Your Solicited. .
Patronage i*
A deputy working for an old camp ha
.
Kai.kt of Pytklas.The
DO right to otgate an applicant for membership
a outside of the camproom, north amount paid for rick and funeral. ,-u West palm (Reach, Fla. 1
benefits in 1898 in Kentucky was Ill, -4
the camproom, for that matter, unless the
consul of the old camp asks him to fill the 601.84.
chair. E. 0. Strickland is now grand chancellor
of Texas and Henry MUler grand keeper "
Pllgrtm Fatkera. of records and seaL JudiciousAdvertisers'

Supreme Secretary Shepurd's report Knights of New Bremen, 0.,have builta XULCISSCS STREET. --
shows net gain of 1,106 members last portable stage which they will utilise.
year; present membership, 81,164. In rendering the rank work. lr

The membership of the order by sex In New Jersey there are 148 lodges d THECORNER MY SPECIALTIES :

e was: Men 18,876; women, 10,888 being I Knights of Pythias, with total membership ..
U and 45 per cent respectively or exactly of 18,959. ----r
Min 1897. The ratio of deaths was in FANCY
FAMILY GROCER I>: .
proportion far more favorable to women .
than $0 men, for while women bad 45 percent tsy.itThe Circle, R r CALIFORNIA HKIhli EUITS
of membership and mortuary risk bead of the order is D. E. Steven,
unanimously Realize this hence the free FANCY TEAS AND COFITFR.: :
"31 they bad buS 88 per cent of the deaths. Philadelphia, who was last year ,
There were last year 105 social members elected president of the national 7. GROCERY FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES .

In the order. fraternal congressCharlet F. Humrick is grand rules of use which they make of its q IN SEASOX.

Royal Jlel.Ii...... Pennsylvania and David Casselberry

era'This Woodmen order 1s of the America.auxiliary of the Mod. grand recorder. colums and its increasing NEW STORE, NEW GOODS COURTEOUS TffiMEBT.;


camps There in are the at 14 states present in over which 1,500 the cider local Kentucky last GoMem year Ctos received tIt for every popularity as an advertising Prompt Free Delivery on Both Sides of the Lab.

operate* fl paid into the beneficiary fund.' I

The number of certificates Issued in Reports of grand officers indicate a
189ft was 1,869; in 1898. 4.017; In 1807. steady and healthy growth of the order In :medium. J. F. OLIVER, Proprietor
the various grand jarhtibtl0a
M47, In 18W, 9,290. .

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THE 'TROPICAL :SON. I.!I! ,'REPUBLICAN. PROSPERITY EXEMPLIFIED. TALE.; UP.THE WHITE. ., SLAVE'S BORDEN-, --t !
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HoMtr Paper bade. County, Flunda.TtUPiCAl --- M. E.\GBOSeR MALES
[Ar'rsR HARDWARECROCKERY
GDTAKU KlPUNO.l IN..
SCS PUBLISHISG COIIP1SY AB tbe Republican .Ampere have Tale up the White Slave' burden. ,

r GUY L dKTCAI.P.1tDI rather n'-glected to boast of' the great Go Let(Justice be thy creed I arid
meet him on the highway .

_, PUBLIIHIDLYfRYmuRIDAy prosperity brought about by theUf'puhlican And Kuecor him ia seed.Go r' 't "' <1 ;,\ ,

*T WIlT PALM ,'- administration ns promised find Uui In the fad'r;;. : FURNITURE.
UACN.DAD. ,
COUNTY FLORIDA. The mine shaft and the field1 i 4
the people before the last el f'C' 4 : .
Tolling Blare ol -
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SUBSCRIPTION{ moneyed greed'
PRICE!. n.ool YEAR. ion, owing to the great excitement, Let wealth her portion yield T eMAtED e.ru. u All Kinds of Boat Goods.
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And A.! .
Entered consequent mental aberration .Ji'
at the n
PoRo ice West
of Palm Beach Tate op the White Slave' deaz "c Store,TUware
U second bu Door*,tail tad Blted
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matter.THURSDAY. Caused, by the war, we t it The Idle horde r '. "
presume, that let | ; > 4 J, All Kinds of Fishing Tackle ind Sporting CJoodx

t JUNE 8.1899.'ADVERTI5ERT. may not be entirely out, of place tone r Andebantla For fltlul mra ar ,..,: V.. ; 1 ","" '., I Gasoline
help that Store Bin Flame
come nor yet. e Kerosene; Oil ItowtI.
to publish a few prosperity items Side by aide with luxury .. Glaitware Lamp and lantern Harrison Bin..*Ready Mixed Punt

we have clipped from Republican exchanges Of gorgeous pageantry Hail Order Given Prompt Ati+tUw UI9TLhADING

(than calling attention to The blanched lace of penury ->

On. every baud y**t*... .. _
R1 their ante-election hobby),, which .f.' ; 'i'I' ,, BUSINESS FIRMS ::1

areas follows: .Take up the White Slave' burdenGo .. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. \ NOTICE TO APPLY FORLETTERS .

; .seek.the alley wajs; PATENT ;
Wages have beea.raised In a few .0o.kt..upePaJe&. ft" ;. Whose Cards Appear .in this Paper, .

,of the trust factories but the ex- On which he end hi*day*. .. Classified \V I.MBTCALP, The nmlerslgned lift notice that they lefts .t
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workers in the factories closed by. And ay' can such continue Alphabetically.ARCHITECT to apply to Ills ExctHeacy, W. D. Btontwm,
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ATTORNEY
the Can man thuaHataa bet!1 :: ;,t t f ., AT LAW.NOTARY Governor of Florid, for I. tttn Patent upon
i I rI I Yo trust are getting no wages at all Where plent'oo rtche doth abound! < : PUBLIC. the proposed charter hereto appended. j

, u In the few factories where wages Why linger poverty T -. i. T D Brown. West.Palm Beach WiU practice. Coaaty.SUieanil Federal Application will be made poo the ijth dear '.
Conn -
I uB have been raised the increase is not, .- ... LAND of Jane 1899. or u low thereafter**the*ppU- :
Tate CASES
ARE up tbe Wblte glare' burden .1'BANKING A SPECIALTY. ants cal be hurd ,
I i"i"I on the'.verage, as large as the cut Ooseethegrlmybordee OlleelD TBOPHAL 8n Bloat
; : West Palm N.S.BOYNTOX. '
in 01 Beach. 1)11. .Con ty. ftorlda.. .. 'j
therefore the densely rruwded
Vd A v 1897 ; marvelous eltkw Dade County, State Bank. M. B. I.YUAX.
1 prosperity of today is not Jostling corporate lory. ItOBT.L
quite so West Palm Beach uno..
! yr The aluitthouiie and the ?"* .. ", '. Ft3ANK i
't. W.
f ''t. good as the Cleveland panic. And palace '. .., ,POPE, J.A.McqY.W. ,
Mammon temple high, '. $ .; II:Cox.
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,1 > !ir Mr. Rockefeller has made /: ,- The gulf twdt Dire and Laa'tuna.,. ,= BARBERS: A TTORMEY AND' COUNSELLOR AT LAW. L BROWN .
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!. 000,000 within a short time on the YeaeewIUiralloueyei ; Wrii Schaudt, West Palm Beach L. G.LYNAN. ;

,, L-i4\\\1. Standard Oil stock he holds.In So. MOo Cooper, West Palm. Beach. 111 East Bay Street G.G.STROHL. .
Take
up the White Slare's burdens ,. .. '. .... 8-5-98 JACKSONVILLE; FLORIDA CARLSCHREBHKK.; f'.:,!
its Bin ++
columns liberty ha
advertising the bled I t .

fit.. ... Chicago Tribune of the igth of last >'o.t Mherlfl Martin murder! BICYCLES:' .l..

f month has this item : speak victim of UomN ad t < 4' Geo S Adams,West Palm Beach .4 LEX:' St.I IOLAIII-ABItAMS, This Instrument wUnessctB that the nadcr-

,Uagna fbarta-lotu.t to sired .t, fy W R Mitcbell,-'West Palm Beach _1 1.- 1 signed and their successor have associated "'
Situation Wanted-Good carpen. By Pinkerton hot / .," themselves together to become ,
tvnt jU *i. .,. ., ATIORNEY-AT LAW, incorporated
RopiCq Suh ters will work for old clothes. X The Father Drrlaratlona' ; a under the laws of the State of Florida for the ,J I
i i, 725, Tribune office. Will wealth ft*virtue corer' -l BOTTLING WORKS! | JACKSONVILLE: F LA. transaction of the businen of building, opera. .

;f fi', C Castellano MiamiBUILDING -' -* J FMcral.t2Il:1I8.Practice. In all tile Circuit courts, State ADd Nag and maintaining a Telephone System and J jSxchaugt j-
: The big coal combine has closed Tab the White Slave '
up harden>$" m' u e4 according to the following charter j,
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Ii up some of the mines at Hmlton. Yeyetmayteelbtoarlng l ; T* and such bylaws U may from time to time be "v
Pa. and HI* woful wall 'gainat thralldom '. SUPPLIES,:, adopted.
500 miners are out of a job. ;
Through bill and.valley ring. Chas Wetshans, JacksonvilleGeo &; I
.; W. t C. BARNES, FORMERLY EDI FOB Women clerks are working in Tyrant day of pomp and greed ,.* S. Backer & Son. Charleston, S C. pOPE BUQOME, &TIC"D on* (i).

Of the East Coast Republican and Burlington VL, for a, wage so low, Are com to chain men's bands,,-1- .,.' ATTORNEY8-AT-LAW, The name of the corporation shall b* the
that it The feud&lrie of Uammoa 'i l & EAST touT TCLBPHOUE sad 1
leaves them 35 cents week CJVlt ENGINEERS & COMPAnY its
*bo, by current report, recently wa e after per Increaae the pauper bandsi, <*><>. .. SURVEYORS: ST. AuccstiNs. principal place of businev shall be at West
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paying board.A ,. A
to have started a at Miami franklin Sheen, West Palm Beach 5-1 99 Palm Beach, Fla.
paper
Take up the White tUavj' bardeorL .
bas newspaper man from Syracuse. .,
been granted a patent on a device N. V. named C. H Thy Tlctlwi cry to loud. AlTlCLt TWO (a).
for Winslow, related Go,search your sordid DENTISTS: rr c. HOOU.M D. S
locking conscience
; 0 type on printers to many prominent New York Ye can't cecapf the sbroud. ; D A Tnomason. West Palm Beach The general nature of the busiaeu to be traa-

galleys. Mr. Barnes has gone to families (prominent on account of Ye too, mart meet the Reaper; L, T Daniel, Cocoa PHYSICIAN AND SURGtOH. acted telephone shall H.e be carrying oa aad operating a

Washington where be will look alt er wealth! out of work in Denver and' .. Yetoo mat feeh.l breathj,. ... i Office and Besideaee near Royal Poloclana Jacksonville Florida.or lines between Miami sad

bin patent while he occupies a p<>- unable to get employqjeut, lay down Th* poor taU and the rich man V.t vDRUGGISTS: Hotel, PALM BEACH. U-I-9&
He'll cl&ip alike In death
iloD that promises to be more lucre in the Catholic cemetery and froze :I.Jo E H Dimick, West Palm Beach ABTICIB TBkU (S)). '
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fire than newspaper business in Dad to death danng the recent frigid g ND R. 8, POTTElt, M. D., The authorized capital sock of the Cooipaiy
County term. ,' DRY GOODS CLOTHING: half be ev.hnn.a.A doIlara 'ss.wiUt

... IT 18 SAID THAT' TBS RTANDABO OlC Thomasoo & Brown West Palm Beach 1-23-98 PALM BEACH. FIJI dollar privilege of increasing time to Say oa.1ICI I
( 0.000). to \divided.
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THERE IS AT LEAST one of the oldest Company demands and obtains Mrs J Frank, West Palm Beach iftysfcaw* t
of
has SEASON WHY the carefully : i ib Curl Schrebnick West Palm Beach' (50)) the par value of one hasdred dollar ;..

worded war horses of the Republican party Texas nud in omeother States freight .' .,' .,. N S. UUKMIAM.M. D. iioo each ten per cent of which will lot paid

newspaper, advertisement is and a longtime leader of its rates which are hint ia by the ijth of Jane; the balance{ shall 1It
so much more effective than circulars partisan oiiefonrthof.what 1 FERTILIZERS SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN, paid in such.-DU. and at inch time U the
'ampaigna whose eyes are wide ia charged the ordinary : directors may direct.
and handoille, is that the open shipper Wm A Bours & Co Jacksonville
newspaperg to the dangers that threaten the very If this colossal treat baa become such Little Bros, a' Also-a Specialist in Gynecology. -
>M light into the reader's hom9-
cxiliteoC6 of our civic structure. W that it can the Office at Residence-Saltalre Cottage. aaricii roca (4) J 1
bulldoze
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, goes in and situ down with him. It Prailroad FIRS $&REAL 8-9-99 The term for which this corporation shallexist "
: refer to Senator Hoar of Maasachu- companies it ia little wonder JNS ESTATE;:" ,shall be
.b the twenty-fin
on table when he yeanABTICLI
eats and i
in
lose hands Betti, who, in a speech before the that theStttc 'Juthorltie have r foam? $Brelsford Bros, Palm Beich' ; ;i D.A.. THOMASOX D. D. 8.Office i

, while ha is smoking after Inssacbusetts Club it Wallace H Moses, West Palm Beiichr ;* PITS (I).
the meal. It reaches him recently, jrave unmanageable. : 1'Corner Clematis Ave. and Olin Si, "
when he i ia -e. .. The business of the Company hall be coa.
ent to his
in an approachable 'condition. ThE a convictions as follows ;; ace FURNITURE: \ WEST PALM BEACH ILL ducted l>y a Board of Ive Directors. The Directors ,
"1 cannot understand the difference v = All kinds of modern.leotlstnr known to the shall elect (IOR their
own Banter,
bony housewife ? n B Cooper Mfg Co; fact eomiUe' rolewiua.. a
t carefully lays her j : cold crown gHri hework avecialt President,
pt'rhup8l1ompbodyp.ls tlplainitbetw't TAB FLORIDA COAST LINE CAAL ; .. ,; ,. Teeth extracted without pain. a fke-Preiident a Trealllra'aa4 t
family aside .
newspaper to rend while Secretary and until the first election occurs
f C she reateand! so it? content come
uero because he thinks lively; aHsnre thepubl'lti'.thAtlhes J ffm A'Bonrs & Jacksonville Treasurer and Rout K.> Taylor Secretary.
,, ; ; before the eye when the mind is open ;; .
in all mm are createil'equal: and ,ha are preparing to complete Mfttbeir f,1'*: .'r.
receive, t. DANIEL AkTICLa fix (I). .
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read 'it in the Constitution canal HARDWARE: L .. '.*. "**- .
I" of the 1'P n'tljP i ;
Ht htQx! : The
a1'r! : : t91 ti 'J' ," Company shall not be authorised to coa t
: IT United States that he is one of the Ango'stine and from*Indian Ri,?< T. t U 1STEBOTINQ TO ROTE that an who l'i subscribed and paid for.Ia .
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men were treated : Hay 'iv" '
, effort i h being, made equalandlynching Biscay ae They claim''to1;: I*' COCOA/IKDIAN BIT KB, FLORIDA,IJM8VfTALLACE
to secure
a more l a people because they think. making heirmacblrierjrf<.rthdVed'gtj It : HOTELS: ... wi neu whereof the subscriber tan6erca.lo .
,1 attractive and l set
suitable their
, design for.a that government derives Hucavne The Barman House West Palm Beach name aad residence Ihi* .
ita, ]jUl't'power and to he preparing qnip-- R. MOSES IIUa dalof May, 189* .
Btnte for Florida.
flag E
:-Governo r Mrs James McCann West Palm Beach {
from the consent of the govf merit for all their (dredges: that they N. S. BOYNTON. Port 11+roa.Mick. (

1 Fleming to said to be particularly f erned, and have beard of it directlyor may be brought to the The Travelers Jacksonville Successor to A. W. Robert, J. A. UcLEAY Watford OatW.

',,: interested and active in this movement highest state ., REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE H. COXlk>lBtoa. FU.
indirectly
and bun from our Declaration of fIndepende.ce. mechanical and practical efficiency, Agent for West Palm Beach Town Lots alllO l L G. LYMAN.Delray, Fla.II. .
prepared several d e- ." \We hope it ia all true. JEWELERS: Weat Palm Beach Water Work B.LYMAN,LaaUna, Fla. .

algae" one of which was decided upon .*. Idner &,Son West" Palm Beach.LAUNDRY 'Ctematia NOTARY Arraoe, near PUBLIC.Olive street. G. G. STROHM. West Palm Back FU. t ,,

for BnbmLuuon to the Legislature for .*. f' .., 521.97, Went Palm Beach, Florida. CARL SCHXKBNICK. Wee hIa.'di t

their IT is A nrV that something cannot
Tbe
approval. State;
present
: Bun* orCOCHTV FroalHal
flag 1 ia a white field the eal of the be said or done to Awaken the DOES IT EVER OOCCB to those Florida Wo Kee; West Palm Beach. A UY. I. ME' CALF, or P*I>a f

State in the centre. The County Commissioners of the north editors who deligh '!offering to' ,1 On this,the nth day of May, 1899./ perwaally
design eefcted ." NOTARY cam before me N. S. A. .
Boyntoa
PUBLIC J. McLcay,
ia the part of} Dade to the fact that this do County 1 legal work at cut rates W. H. Cox, I,. '
I same, with a red cross 'LAWYERS: For the State of Florida at Larga. G. Lyman. M. B. Lyman, G. G. i
end of the County is entitled and ruinously low Strohm and Carl Schrebnich, who
to someonsideration : figures being per. t
added. It will require! a constitntloual "just to W I Metcalf. West Palm Beach Deeds, MortgagesDrat and Contract:
wnally to well
me known, after being
in the sworn.
the
matter of better keep other fellow from
amendment to getting Frank W Pope Jacksonville .
i change the Conveyancing a Specialty. ctnowled
! ; State flu?. roads. Meeting after meeting we it," that' the'jiwponBibility( for the Alex, St.Claa. -Abrams- ,Jacksonville, :, All Office Work Uaarenteed In TROPICAL Legally Correct. I. d affixed their seal to thc above charter.

!. .c. note the liberal expenditure of session after session rttdnctione'i n '. -- I ., --- '' West Palm! Beach. Dad f'ouDtj.SUN Bleak Fla.rids. 1 In witness "'hereor.1 have hereunto set mjrhand

t County funds for roads in South compensation far l 1 1" and seal, this th' day and year above
AGENT F. 0. WILLIAMS has receive legal dverti8inlll! MEAT MARKETS: written.

orders to have water hydrants placf< Dade-and we're glad to see it-bu I rests solely on them ? If t newspaper j!A B Otweil, West Palm. Beach T BROWN, Rog?. R. TAYLOR (SEAL). '
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to whom 'WiU Whidden U Notary Public Stale at
on the pa&pnger station premises are the taxpayers of North publishers will persist in giving to aARCHITECT Large.

Dade to look for the County officials and =- ., '' AND BUILDER.
improvementof the public theimpl't'88itln \ J
to OT1CE.
preparatory planting ont
grass. < Plant and specifications prepared. N
their '
highways ? It i is a dead that rates be 'MUSIC HOUSE:
flowers ebrul certainty can cut and
wand other ornaueattiun Jobbing wort gIven prompt attention at

Thin ;in a IngetPp in the righ that the Commissioners fromLake' slashed 'and yet leave 'a profit to th! ladder. & Bates' S M Jacksonville. Shop on Datura Street. lit Circuit Court Sntnlk Judicial Circuit

direction and) the citizens of. this Worth will, do nothing for printer, how in the name of common, .!' of Florida, in and/or Dude County.In : .

towu appreciate the evident .. North; Dade unless forced to do s o. sense can they protest when the Leg. :INOTARIES PUBLIC: FRANKLIN SHEEN. GEO. O. BUTLER Chancery.

purpoc It seems i Mature WR Moses West Palm Beach &; liUtLKK.
strange that lakes ; QUEEN
petitions mustbe a hand la the
.Iou CUU
of the F't E. C. Ky. cutting :
to -
managementdo
Guy Metcalf( West Palm Beach lln
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prepared and business VII. } Divorce-Crow BUU
their part in making this town presented in order; .1 on the ground of public SURVEYORS AND CIVIL ENGINEERS. NANCY CAs tae
to have them realize that ? I' Office at West Film Beach ,
anything, economy Newspaper::
publishers It
from
attractive in appearance. Tne hy appearing the affidavit of W, I.
drank referred to have is tine t the property holders residing are supposed to be sensible: businessmen ,I. NURSERY STOCK: Land. legally Selecting ub-diTideJ and grading and lands map, locatIng furnibbed. Metcalf solicitor for defendant filed !. tile
already teeD
: north of New River but some of them John[ B Beach, West Palm BeachPHOTOGRAPHER and estimating timber upecialty.' Care- abuveentltledrenw.hat.toteSlingblsbWm '
placed and piping is on hand for all; display a ful and correct work guaranteed. ABeo aid complainant ha left the County ..d

iron fence. Now for some provinio a *. woeful lack of discretion and common pus tion.inunlcatlon Haul and by mall Blue Print receive at prompt Lowert sue Pri State of Florida and that la hi* belief

"horse tense": wheq it comes to : roC. WEST PALM BEACH FLA. 11-7-95 said John Cannu-r In a non-re.ldi>t ol
for a '
separate accommodutiona for INDEPENDENCE DAY scramble, for the honor J JB O'Donoghue, West Palm Beach the State of Florida and that bin place of
white and negro patrons and the WILL BE observed (?) of lei l rag: residence b unknown to the affiant: and

people of tliio place will be muc with us extensive an entertainment the recipients of,pubis: patronage. ..5 G EORGE S. ADAMS, that the plaintiff) U orrr 21 year of *( ','BUd

OB the PHYSICIANS hit there hi no one In thin State the Hnlce .
AND
gratified.BKTAH. liberality of' "' SURGEONS:
Deputy Supreme Commander upon wBom would Dine the
a our people will admit. ee R .B Potter.. West Palm Beach plaintiff, tad .
a Every I He Hood '". KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES that the defendantls 61'd. crow bill and
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mean nn eillioi aids tha T. .. answer' herein.
nf__ __ _nVa_
n TOE PREDICTION made It 'S For the State 'Floida.
A FAILURE" is the text of hould contribute what by a numberof N S Burnham of It U therefore ordered that you Job Ca.
bu
an editorial ttililt1 by the Key Went can afford, Florida papers to the effect that -eel WOIln.mute Tent anywhere la the State mer, do appear to the crow bill aad answer .
bearing in mind that the of For Information address filed herein .
scores next year would see the on or before
Idmticer. hodcontested
Keep most
Jour gormenu 00. p PINEAPPLE PLANTS:

ye brother of the gnld bog press who contests with and events are' open to all political fight witnessed i in G C Matthams, West Palm BeachRESTAURANTS x-1.99 West" UEORGE Palm Beach.ADAMS Florida., August 7th, A. D. 1809,

no entrance fee charges to any, Florida for being the aver }Monday the month. '
ao devoutly and yet 00 many years, bids fair to .
vainly hope --" .
and cash prizes in Be It i* further ordered that thl.order be ,
everything. be pabUhed
as realized. It i is
than
to W. J. more
see Bryan sidetracked a
before
liberal as possible year : EMI TOLE BARBER SHOP. once a week! for eight eoMetntlvt
the avalanche ol 1900 remembering that ahead of State Convention and week prior to said 7th day of .
begins to Almost vet Will Melton,-West Palm Beach AugB t. A. D.
move. Strange it Is that a "failure contributed goes back in there is a goodly number of strong .. Wm. Schaudt Proprietor. 189, in THE TKOFIAL Six, s newpper
t published in
said
cash to successful) County of Dade State of
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an "irnpOfBibilitjr" a "dream that participants. Gubernatorial candidates already RETAIL GROCERS: ( Formerly at Hotel Royal Foinciaaa.) Florida.

bas pasial" nhould so agitate and *** out from cover. Among those most L W West Palm BeachJ White Barber Ordered thU Itt day of June 1899.
Nest Only In the Town
Oliver [ieal.] -
canoe HO rriDth commotion Irf the prominently before the public P Palm Beach A. r. UtI 11 BY.CIt.rt .
IMPORTANT RRAL ESTATE SALES, today I D Mathis, West Palm Beach Circuit Court.
camp of host who t-o solemnly as aspirants for that position West Palm Reach. Florida.pIlYBAKBEBSHOP W. I. larder Solicitor fur
pro- extensive drainage and land reclamation ? may Glen G. Strohm, West Palm Beach Defendant.NOTICE .
be
Douncr their encomiums over his work in actual mentioned Frank Adams of Ham _I' 1
operation at
political demise. No. Brothers Ball, different points in Dade, the bearing ilton County H. Mays and Ex-Sena- SHOE REPAIRING TO DEBTORS AND CRED

\ViliOD, Applfjrard and all the I'f'tot and planting) of large areas to citrus tor Tarp of Jt-ffeivnn County W. S. W R Mitchell, West Palm Beach Pint Door South of the Post Office. .

of the clan, Wm. J, T ryan is lIt'itbE'rdt'ad fruits and the continued Jennings'of lIt>rnttlldo County, J. D. ..' Easiest Chairs! and Best Notice b hcrebj (given that all }lCl'IIOalliay.
r and increasing Beggs of Orange Equipped Shop in Town.6gtf log any demand agaitut the Eatat of.1___
nor yet eleepeth. He ia forcing County W. R. La-
construction of STEAMBOATS AND MACHINERY: C. KIcHley. ducc-aned,
homes : are hereby notlrteil to
unwilling tributes to hi* 'greatnecs hotels, packing: house for fruit and. mar and: Geo. ,P: Raney of Leon Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co, liILOCt1UPE1iProp'r.e present the into the undersigned duly authenticated

aod (perspicuity every day from touch i produw County Wm. Sheats of Alachua Jacksonville within the time prescribed by law,ortblfl
stores, etc., throughout notice will be pleaded in bar
paK| >r aa the New York World, Ch:. the C ,unty.C.: Jl. Rdgersufid Ex-Senator recovery,
County. all *
to And all
show
go that TAILORING person owing said estate
; : aN required
ca o Tiroes-Herald and hundreds 0other f Dad in Call.ofDuval. These are bU'lu Rent by the Hour or Day. to make Immediate
making por Abe payment to me.
rapid strides
i in material tion Safranek & Son West Palm Beach
who recognize, even if they dot' irowth. So may it continue i of the most prominent. Thereare .e- OKuY flEW BICYCLES Ifl TOWN- 3EORGE Executor W. LAIXUAKT
of the
1 not relUb the unmistakable hand' in spite of likely many more being carefully Ettlate
I : adverse ffnam. sal, climatic TRANSPORTATION LINES: Next Door North Tropical San Block of.I ama C. Kluvtoy.
: ..riIlDQ thd. welt a and political groomed to enter the race when the West Palm Beech, Fla.
I f conditions proper time corned, i.', Ocean S S Co Jacksonville. W, R. MITCHELL This twenty-nut day of Jaacary,A.D.r .

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W. J BSTAH Of NEW YORK. of a double standard..The Pees- i included In the Chicago platform, andIs .

'tlDTI =,' I tdent admitted our contention'as being{. yet Included In the principles It seta ONLY A FIE ,D.

mirmmURn Just when be forth. The President In his
CoL W,J. Bryan spoke In New Yorkat. sent a commission to messagt

a banquet held in honor of Jefferson's Europe to secure International aid In of 1898, asked for a standing army o For yean I bad known her. Teartt
abandoning the gold We did one' hundred thousand men. We' hat
standard.
# birthday given the Yes, since childhood. w*
bf suRwrteraof my 1
not believe In 1896 that international had no national convention since th l'ml

the Chicago Platform. Below are blmetaliam was possible. Events have time. But Democrats do not have t I bad been teDhl 1.

: How a Swift.. Yankee Pilot Boat Won Royal Ya htSquadron's extracts"I am glad from to what have he this said opportunity: shown that It Is a delusion. have a national convention to lean, fiend As. 'e 4."lolU d4

to "My friends, I want to suggest to that the:Democratic party is opposedto fom & fot- u
Join with Chicago Platform Democrats
Trophy-Most Skillful British Yacht De- .
In the of you that the Republican promise of militarism in the United States. broad
celebrating
birthday international blmetaliam coupled with "Seventy thousand more soldiers In the picture I knew she offuture
Thomas Jefferson. I
Failed It. need offer I
signers to Regain no PrQe
the pledge that the goldstandard needed than in 1S961 Why? For Internal
apology for coming to New York. In- perfect happiness
would Ih b
be maintained until other nations protection? Why, what has hap-
deed I would be ungrateful I did not
came to our relief, was the most pened since 1896 except the Republican mlsln
appreciate the loyalty of the 550,000 absurd plank that any party ever put 1 administration? Does a Republican I was not a beauty u the w1

AN UNBROKEN SERIES OF TRIUMPHS voters who in this State supported the Into a platform. Think of it! administration make more soldiers terms them, but the kindly ut r
ticket nominated In
Chicago. While "I have been asked why I am not1 necessary When prosperity comes true character her face reflected wert
my opponent carried the State our ticket willing to drop the I' and confidence is is it
received more votes in the Stateof money question. ; restored necessary more beautiful to ce than perfect tea
DUE TO AMERICAN SKILL. replied, 'Because the money question to have soldiers to point It out
New York than it did In another tures. But her voice; what a voice It
won't drop us. I know not what others with bayonets?
State, and you who supported the ticket I was! A clear, rich mezzo, aided by per:
When that It occurred to an Englishman to may desire or what they may be "But they tell na that we need them
Sir Thomas Johnstone Upton walked the
cross the Atlantic and hare a try for through furnace when willing to do. but I am not willing that for outside service. Where? In Cuba? fet ezecutonbornot. deep feeling and
came forward and blandly announcedthat the fires of criticism
were seven time our declaration the stand- Oh not because the of interpretation.-Phe beld a I
he would build It This was in ISftT. when Mr. James against gold no; permanently, power poiltlon
a yacht to com hotter than they have been before
ard shall be dropped as long as a handful President has promised the Cubans In
pete for the--Amprlra's Cup in 1SW, Asbury, of the Royal Thames Yacht during the present generation. one of the letg chuce

-S-- the declaration was regarded by Eng- Club, conceived the patriotic notion of "Those, who accepted the party cried of English,financiers met in a that our occupation is only temporary tn U-, and there I conre .i 1
The Clearing House can determine the therefore lie would not need soldiers
lash sportsmen a bit of a bluff on restoring the cup. to England. as set forth In the last National platform wont to find more
the part of the eminent tea merchant, race however, did not come off.until have ancial policy of seventy millions tin-I I permanently In Cuba. Nor are they than te armOD Iterut
to
a right meet and renew ing at my .
who la an indefatigable and enthusiastic 1870 when the Cambria was sent over. their vows to Jefferson and American people. needed In Porto Rica My own opinion ow hOle

self-advertiser, and is wont occasionally The cnp was defended by eighteen each other in.the effort to encourage apply the "And some say that If we will not has been that the people of Porto One bright moonlight Sbbh u w i

to Indulge this habit on a American yachts. Of then the Magic principles of Jefferson to drop the money question we ought to Rico ought to be allowed to' choosefor strolled home from eTnlnl anl present con
scale worthy a man who raises tea in proved the fastest Idler came second, drop the ratio of 16 to L When you themselves between annexation said: "How well M>. Stndley sang t

while the America finished third. The government find a man opposed to 16 to 1, inquire, and a republic of their own. But so night! a beautiful voice be ,

Cambria won only the tenth place. and you will find that he was never ia far they have expressed no desire fora Ralph! WA

This one race was considered a sufficient I may be restored to the people. Your favor of It. and then Inquire again, republic, and seemed to desire annexation I 3

test of the merits of the competing presence here does not indicate personal and you will find that there Is no oth- so that there does not seem Strange to say, I bad been thinking j

hostility toward those who left the er ratio that he in favor how well her voice and his blended;
crafts. The fact that the America is of. to be any necessity for a large army b

finished third indicates how slight was party in 1890. A party is an association "We denounced international bimet- there. fore I hd answered she continued: }
formed for
the advance we had made In ,acM- the purpose of giving alism as a delusion and a snare in '"Where do we need a large IncreaseIn "He 1 pleasant, too We would !

building in all the years that had force and effect to the political prin- 1808. It has been proved to be so the aAny? In the Philippines. miss more than any of the others
held In vital
ciples When h
elapsed since the cup Journeyed here. common. since 1896. We declared for the ratio Why, my friends? The President In in If he should T

Mr. Asbury, on his return to England differences in principles arise, separation of,16 to 1 in 1896 and no party has risen his Boston speech said that the question quartet len U."Ye

at once began the building of a new is not only necessary' but desira to advocate.any other ratio but 16 was to be settled by the American Elsie; he Is a royal fellow. But t

,t .1 boat the Livonia. This marked an ble. to 1. Until some 'Other party proposes people and until the American people will yon go with me on Tuesday t hu

epoch in the International contest for "The members of the Republican some other ratio and tries to secure settled it how do you know that it will Campanarl? H voice Is better? f

.' up to this time no yacht had been especially party cannot complain because certain bimetalism at some other ratio, there need seventy thousand soldlen there "I am sorry. but Ur. Studlejy

I defdgtied to race for the cnp. Republicans left the party rather than Is no reason why we should discuss permanently? But if we do, according asked me to Rph him that wn' I
the St Louis platform. Neither .
accept -
ratio with them. &
The terms governing the second contest to their argument need seventy and
lug I
l in American waters were decidedly can members of the Democratic "The ratio of 16 to 1 was decided upon thousand soldlen there permanently, euInte-

In favor of the cup defender, for party complain because gold Demo not at the Chicago Convention, but then I ask yon my friends, what is "el. agln .Tua1

while it was agreed that the Livonia crats left the Democratic party rather at the primaries which elected delegates the expense going to be? can go then," and 1 It de .

should meet but one boat the New than accept the Chicago platform. The to attend the Chicago Conven It is estimated that it costs $1,000) ( a The house wu reehed as w.

York Yacht Club stipulated that it Silver Republicans organized a party tion. The ratio of l
i should have the privilege of selecting and gave it from it a name which distinguished submitted to the people and those who States, and $1,500 a soldier to keep anarmy looking so well Her eyes Devr were t

1 that boat on the day of the race, The the regular Republican woo it In 1896 are in favor of it now. I outside of the United States. hrlh

lElUC4's cup injustice of this lay In the fact that a party, and Silver Republicans, true to And they know why they are in favorof Seventy thousand soldiers mean $100- and sparkling, and the cold erp

boat could be picked which had shown their organization are not attempting It. The ratio of 16 to lithe ratio 000,000 a year. Who pays the money? had brought a rich damask pink t her

Ceylon kills hogs In Chicago manu exceptional ability in the sort of to control the policy or write the plat at which our gold and silver coins now The Filipinos? Why? My friends, cheeks.,Removing her outer garments .

factures ginger ale in Dublin makes a weather that prevailed on the day of form of the Republican Party circulate. I I If we make the Filipinos pay the expenses in the ball, she lte forward towardthe
article of in "They openly Joined with the Democrats
superior candy London
the race. As four races were to be "We simply ask reinstatement of the of our army we will have to center of parlor, and she didso
e and who to some ten thousand in 1855! and their for .
pays wages sympathy
the result of this rather shrewdarrauenient ,
Balled law that was on the statute books tax them several times as much as I stopped her and slipping arm
and has fortune the believers In the my
Chicago
persons a re- platform"Is
that the Livonia was
was where it was before the act of demone- Spain ever taxed them.
,:. in the neighborhood of as open today* it was then. The about her, bent, and ere she could IB*
liable have to different yacht
$5o.1sq,06o.Unheeding to race a tization wu passed. We simply want I I "Sixteen months ago forcible annexation
(> each day. The first of me four races Gold Democrats otganlz&l a separateand to renew by law what was done by ,could not be thought of. :NowI terpret my intention I kissed ber.

the sneers of the doubt was sailed August: 13, 187L. It was I. distinct party, but instead of calling law they struck silver down by law. I i I 40,000 soldiers in the Philippines are Tearing hersel away, her face ablaze,
ful. Sir Thomu went themselves Geld
calmly and Democrats
quiet
won by the Columbia. In the second they We raise It up by law. They close the on the way to carry forcible annexaI she a voice of deep anger
ly ahead. When he deposited a trine described them"eivcs National Democrats
race of the series she again walked offwith as mints law tion to the Islands. Sixteen Moreland
law. bow
of thousand to the credit by we open them by I I Philippine "Ralph dare you-how
sixty pounds and in Nebraska and oth-
the honors. In the third how some They gave gold. monopoly of mintprlYI1ert"l months ago, contrary to our code of dare Insult while
ti: yon me all the
builders
of the of the projected boat States had their Electors
er !
placed -
with accident and the open J
she met an
ever. law We Six-
by expect to give morality, now a religious duty.
the Idea that he was merely indulging the ticket as Democrats with nothing bolder because of anger, started
Livonia won. The Sappho was now 4 competitor by law, the old competitor teen months ago criminal aggression, .
;
In a new dodge to exploit the that to them from Electors forward and
cup put up as the defender and took tworaces distinguish the we,had.", 1 now manifest destiny." posseuinf myself of bock

cheers, ,but does not inebriate fldedt"Iltlnly from the Englishmen which who represented the regular Democratic j j"My friends, yon will hear people ,I| "Now this question according to the her had said:
from the minds of his
coU I
the
' Now the multi-millionaire proved that we had good boats to party. charged during say that they don't object to silver if President, is in the hands of theAmer- angry with me, no." I sfct.
trymen. campaign of 1890 and still "
I Is being taken quite seriously, and the spare on this side. that the Gold Democrats tried to charge we will only open the mints at the bullion lean people. How will they settle It tie to free herself-"you shall listen
While this contest was a matter,of practice -
I biggest international event of i ratio or the commercial ratio. I If I am compelled to'gue I with one who loves you better
a sport- fraud the voters.
t considerable Interest In many It created a upon want to suggest to you that it is only that in accordance -ang '
lug character, which ended In bad guess they Ite life better than ail the
; nothing like the Intense excitementand : "The right to bold an opinion and,to wi 111 yea,
when to talk with that have
a gold man commences
feeling but year, on both sides of the enthusiasm that all classes and all defend it In one thing; the right to principle whole world besides, and WhO oat
about money that he forgets all that governed them in past"I (
t. Atlantic will not be permitted to lan sections, both here and in England practice fraud is quite a different he knows about other subjects. Here read the other day in h speechof ambition Is t make you his wife r

guish. feel now. thing.1 The Democrats who supported we have gold given a monopoly and a With a low cry of anguish started
The of the challenger will be lh
name Rpuhlcan.whl
ditlnru4he
the not
Following the defeat of the Uvonla, Chicago platform are opposedto
silver barred out. They want us to fixa tried I her
the Shamrock. She is being designed back rele then
harmony, but they are opposed to
there was a 'lapse of five years and ratio at point where it now la under the ratification of the treaty the blood \
by William Fife, and built by Harland schooner Countessof surrendering vital principles In orderto ,a Ralph: she said "I never ,
then the Canadian
most unequal conditions. shed at Manila. I not tothE' .
& Wolff, of Belfast Thus she will was thought would I
the Insure nominal harmony between oppos you
Dnfferin challenged for trophy. 4 thl thoU"
"Why, even a horse racer would ratification of the
bear the same relation to the Emerald taty. b
those
whose political views are 8O'an- we were too good great
The glory of the American yacht wan
know enough to know that yon could lieve it was Better to ratify It I
late that the Thistle did to Scotland
entrusted to the Madeleine to defend. taconlstle as to reader real or permanent started and coursed down her
the Valkyrie to England, and the not fix one horse to a sulky and another fight the battle in this country. If we I tar
I
A Countess of Dnfferin and Atalanta to There were two races, and the Count- there can harmony be harmonious impossible.co-operation Before ;to a lumber wagon and then measure had the right to take the title fromI now pale I deth

Canada for her owner is of Irish antecedence ess of Dnfferin returned to CanadaI between Chicago platform Democrats : the'speed of the hones. He I, Spain we had a right to give a title "Elsie, m Irt don't yon

I without the cup. would under these conditions that to the Filipinos. I not opposed to "
and she will be sailed by say am love me?
and the Democrats who voted for Palmer
interval of five -
1
There was an yean e soon'as,the horse hitched to a lum- ratification but I want defend
an Irish crew and will fly the flag of 'j t "Love youf she "lova
second and Buckner for the Renuhlican
.
made
and then Canada a or relutte
more caught to ahorse hitched ( those,who did It. not
the Royal Ulster Yacht Club. bef wagon up .1 oppose was when I
bat
candidate there must be a change yon; you;
attempt for the cup. The challengerwas haT Do
to sulky then he could have a sulky those who opposed the ratification
The cup creased the Atlantic whereit the centerboard sloop Atal'anta.We of conviction uponthe,one side or the *' not like Ralph; not like that; I
tod. duly when men talk who for the bloodshed that
has since remained, thanks to thescience eiher. ICds money are responsible .
now abandoned the schooner type t leave out of sIght the could nevr b your wfeI
1h 'they principles at
of our designers and builders
Platform 1fanll
had stood In such good steal "Either Chicago Democrats'must
which us vain I
and then disa
of government in everyday life. p y the taxes? The great a
at a period when yachting was In It* plede
in the, past .and put forward the abandon their convictions or the .
f Open the mines to silver, and say common people they furnish the soldien ,
the United
I infancy in States. Indeed, tored ttI upon
Mischief. Two Democrats who deserted the m.
sticker" races
the America'was nothing than ."single party bylaw i(.a man owes a debt he can who die In the Jungles and the Framing it In I
1 more ;'were sailed-the first November the must abandon the views 'they entertained word a4 softly;
a New York pilot boat of exactly similar pay'it in an ounce of gold or sixteenof taxes to pay the soldiers. "Elsie is
nth and the second on the 10th' In in 1896. ,A. man can not be apolitical some one .ler
silver and then the demand for silver
type to the staunch crafts that are "For their waste of blood and money
both the Mischief won easily. bigamist' ,He cannot be wedded Trembling, she stood thereIn the
will raise the of sliver thata
Mill to be seen skimming the watersof 1 price go who gets the returns? The ayndicatesthat
Four yean later In 1885. the Royal to the name of one party and the semi-darkness. I could how
dollar and silver dollar will see
the Sound, or buffeting the big billows gold a refuse to pay their share of the a4
l of Sandy Hook. She carried Yacht Squadron and the Royal Northern principles of another party. All that be 'worth the same the world around. expenses of the Government What bet- tiled she was I I caught the

t but a single Jib and no fore top-sail. Yacht Club challenged, with the we contend for Is that those who deserted But there is another phase of the I "ter condemnation of the doctrine of whisper: "Yes.", t
Oenesta and Galatea, cutters of the in 1806 shall divorce themselves -
us .
She was owned by John C. Stevens, eighty-five foot class. Several differ either from our party name or money question, and it amuses me. imperialism can be found than this Then, Indeed, hope 411 within m ,
When people ask us to drop our fight If wanted to discuss .
Hamilton Weeks George Schuyler. ent arrangements were considered but from the political principle of oppos- argument they and she cntnue "Ralpb, deaf
Hamilton and :J. B. on :the money question and fight the the from financial standpoint
James Finley. question a -
the matter .was settled by a formal ing parties. Democrats are not dismayed we always
friend Lt U b I
George Steers was her designer. On trusts, then I remember that the Republican let them the h"i i
agreement that the Genesta should when they hear the Chicago prove rtu
her initial voyage she crossed over to party today Is preparing to from the islands equal ben, trien4 Dn'1 pleda
race for the cup in 1885. tIn the eventof pfetform denounced this year by those epndit "let this "
Havre, making the passage in twen- her failure to win It the Galateawas who denounced it In 1896 organize a trust more potent for evil ,and when they have done .pD friendhip. '

ty-one days. From Havre she sailed with this end In than all the industrial trusts combined.. let them show that the "It b u yon desire, but Elate, 'y
to come across "Let me recall a few of the planks
I
for Cowes England's famous cruising 188 "There Is a bill now before Congress money when it comes back will is there no hope for me? this
view in The platform declared in favor of the
and reported by the Republican Committee reach the of the "
racing grounds. I We now had to "build out of our arbitration of differences between corporations pockets people they other?
.It was during her trip across the Atlantic that turns over to the national have it from. .
class. James Gordon Bennettt and engaged in Inter-State. com- te "Poor Ralph, none. This other does
banks the absolute control of the paper friends, I want to fight
that the historic
now in the my
defense of which millions cup have been 't, W. P. Douglass commissioned Harlan merce and their employes. Will any money of this country. (Applause). It "iut. on a higher ground than not even suspect that I carl for him; 1

& Hollingsworth to construct a boat one doubt that the doctrine of arbitration provides for the retirement of the dollars and but, loving him I I 40, It would
while millions have
more
spelt, b
gone A. cent
furnished by Gary Is ?
after designs a growing one Every large
in the rain effort to restore it to the Smith. At the same time a Boston strike which occurs, interrupting bud- greenbacksby an Issue of bonds draw "Acrdng plan thus far out wrong for me to consent t b your

custody of the English yachtsmen, t I syndicate composed of General C. J. ness, bringing loss to the employers ing two and one-half per cent. It provides lined constitutional guant. wife. Please leave me now; you have

was offered by the Royal Yacht Club, Paine, Edward Burgess and J. M.' suffering to the strikers and Inconvenience that banks shall be permitted to which protect the people of surprised me to."
Competition for this trophy wu Ito issue up to the par value of the bonds States will not be extended to the HItplnos -
open Forbes, instructed Sawley. the Boston to the public generally And I went alone with my
world. and the one per cent tax on circulation will lef
all the people them.sele
builder, to put op an elghty-one-foot strengthens the demand for arbitra ; our gover knowtog and praying that
I shall be reduced to a small fractionof 0
When the America arrived at Cowes the Filipinos will .
the Puritan. Tbs
"single sticker, tion. love
let her
her owners issued a general challengeto one per cent Executive through not wait long or in for her

race any English boat afloat and I "The Chicago! platform Government contains in-a I "Here is your evidence of good Republican pointed by him In this country otcen ap true love to be rewarded and returned.Two .
plank denouncing by
t for any sum from fifty guineas to fifty jury; and events have made still more policy.: They want to issue I shall have a republic; In the Philippines days passed and tbs play was

' thousand. This defiance was received bonds Instead of gre&backs and tax a despotism. A despotism is not nearly over in the I.opera
obnoxious this disguised effort to denyto
by the English sportsmen u a the people to pay the Interest on the relieved of its name because of its hou
a man accused of a crime the right when suddenly the cry of "fire"
bonds and then refuse the tax rang
pleasant ebullition of Yankee humor, I they I benevolence."A .
and no attention was paid to it Finally ; of trial by Jury. that the banks now pay on the circulation government wherein authority tough the auditorum. caught cp sad

however, a match was arranged
' with the Titania for IdOO, the course favor of the income tax and events taxes on the people lower the taxes on have no voice in> making and executing i There in the first balcony

r to be sevnty miles to windward ;.udtack. have shown the necessity for such a the banks! What does it mean? the laws under which they live, it I Stndley and EWe Mordant I watchedthem
tax. When the broke out and
t At the same time the American war I "Wbyr If that law goes into effect, despotic in its form. When we pleaded tke people thronged tbs
we needed more revenue, we could not 0111
I one-half bonds
and and cent
informed ,two per
yachtsmen were officially for Independence for the Filipinoswe
collect it from incomes. We
They had
that they could if they so desired were are at par, then a national bank witha pleaded for our own people rather Darow passageways. not I

+ compete for the cup, the race for compelled to resort to stamp duties' capital of $100,000 can invest the than for them. We believe in the doc felt sure, seen me, and I resolved remain

which wu to be sailed August 22. This "At present our Federal taxes are so $100,000 In bonds deposit the bonds of self-government and are not close at hand, and if necessary J
collected the contribute tine
they concluded to do. that poor more with the Treasury, and draw upon unwilling to deny it to alien aid them. He made her wait theI *

Meanwhile the America had been the than Government their share The to the support methods of the of the bonds $100,000 in bank notes; go races, but we fear that a denial of I crowd ,.nearly out; then unt I
: present I
subject of much adverse criticism. that the amount the bank gets hack I Ila.
taxation collect what is in effect ,1n one part of the nation will lead ed. They were within a few steps !
a t
Her sails, which trimmed flat in particular Is Just equal to the amount the bank > the abandonment of it entirely."The o
graded Income tax heaviest upon the j the door when a though to add to i;
did offense to the English idea paid for the bonds. So that It has I .
moment force is above
Several of the European nations! rai panic, the lights acre turned 1 1started
poor. off. I J
of how canvas should set It was not not a single dollar Invested and yet it reason, the moment substi
for a moment allowed that she would have a graded income,tax heaviest up- goes on drawing two and one-half percent I forward.
______ tuted for right In the government of
the rich. When in 1894. the
be in the nee. The contest lay SIB THOMAS JOHNSTONE! ",, ocratic:>n favored, an income Dem-I I'' interest a year on nothing. any part of this country, that moment "Elsie," I heard him say, "are you

ftwef'n the home yachts. Her owners party "It Is a small proposition in mathematics I afraid? Will
final-choice of the, New York YathtClub' with an exemption of Incomes under decay attacks the fundamental principles you trust yourself to 'je!
said nothing all this time. The and yet his bankers will tell
) committee was the latter boat of the republic. If the people l>e
[. $4,000, it was accused of being Communistic "I am not afraid while with
+ were willing to wait their opportunity yon they want this done for the public 1"1
been decided the
having indifferent
sufficiently
to
her 'superiority come "
22d of the and Socialistic. If It is communistic good. friends I read in the I Paul, the soft reply made witstrange \
eta the August America when the two sloops met to competefor or socialistic to endeavor to ; My doctrine of self-government to permitits "I
with Bible made for his calmness."You .
some eight other that
la company the G'oelet a man once abandonment in the
cup. they
choosers and as many more cutters/ equalze taxation by exempting from favorite son a coat of many colors to Orent are quite he
sailed In sure
The great race was September will not long defend it qieticaHl
the burdens of a direct income tax ?
cleared for the historic race. The t 1S85, and the still remalned -, Indicate that he loved him better than I bending low and giving her
f> cup law those who are already overburdened "It I b a aignihcant fact that then a
around the Isle of he loved the other And in this ql.t
lay WightThe sons.
conn this side of the Atlantic.
on by Internal revenue taxes and who in tH were willing to borrow searching look.
start was made promptly at 10 government we have been making: 1
The following year the Galatea metthe Import duties, what language shall we system from England are "Is there any danger that '
t o'clock in the morning. An hour and with no better luck. coats of many colors for favored son*. I Wt cannot :
Mayflower foremost the
who
now among people "
the America use to describe a system which collects and back get out? she quenel
a half later was a good when we start to the oldJerrE'rsonllln
A Scotch syndicate now took a hand would borrow a colonial policy from
from the than their share?
more
two miles in the lead. As she tore in the It sent the Thistle over poor doctrine of equal rightsto England. How lone before they "I think not. Yon will trust me entirely i
game. "The Republican party in all of its
stone with a freshening wind theritlshers in 1887. To meet her General Paine legislation is placing the dollar above all and special privileges to none be. willing to borrow the laws wout I let me b your protector now"
took in her performance luoeneyed the national bank i II' the first Joseph
$ Volunteer. and -she nodded there
This the
built the steel cutter the man. but nowhere is this more tail and primogeniture as fame a whispr-
apparent
tonUbment The from which will strip its coat"Why.
race race Listed the British sportsmen for than in its methods of taxation.I If they you remember the Democratic IIplt'ndor of a royal court and a titled I led "yes",now and always. Lrlsk'"

croaked to be not at'all what had five years They had failed during have no doubt tbat the Democratic party fought the trusts In 1896. nobility r -- 'Ye. Paul," she insurred. lifting -

been anticipated. About 5 o'clock lathe : three successive years and they. were party will renew Its demand for an income fought the trusts so vigorously that The principles which Thomas Jefferson her gently, be bore her down art tat
afternoon the surprising Yankee t satisfied. tax and I hope to see an antbon-
in the minds of his
trust was against US (applause)
every
craft rounded! the Needles with the The sport Instead was only lying callow tv for an income tax embodied in the And it seems to me that the fact that time Inc1late foundation stones of I stairway.I .
boat the schooner however, for in 1893 the Earl ofDunraven had heard aU and I knew
nearest English Constitution bf the United States. so they'were all against,us ought to have American D'mocrat. but we do not then why
She challenged with the Valkyrie
Aurora: A good eight miles whe that neither one Judge nor nlna Judgescan ben a lesson to those who are now so always she had not loved me.
P. JL and the to be beaten by the Vigilant in renlz faet Paicllary
SJJ5 ,
gnla bed at build a legal bulwark around the
anxious to undo what they did: but. during the They are now, and I-I am
the start from sailed October 7, 9. and marrie
who had viewed three races 1
Queen, Incomes of the rich. At present in an
friends glad to have ourselves to be from still
"Who was seci 13. But Lord Dunraven was not dlsi my we are even 10\'Pd pr "he friend" .
tbe royal jmcht. hour of peril the power of the Government
rc3m eleventh hour repentance, and we are them. It's well manlike
and 1895 he
: "There was i couraged, in reappeared
cdr the Is unlimited when it deals with
!dad that he industrial trusts a s" Bryan to call us back our old Saad
with the Valkyrie III open- t
to
t the scene 11ea..
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BO -&.coniID Ion Individuals but limited when It deal .
? ins the eyes of the people \\ ", areblind moorings.Jefferson's
This
contest
this manner the Royal YaehtSquadroD' rate the Defender. was with property. It can demand the Many of the ocean liners are now
other
to the trust against which expansion policy, whicl
be known and lute and for a time it
I trophy came to a fluke life of a citizen, but it canont touch with
contended in 180ft \Ii appealed to as a provided a very Ingenious nu-
we Just
would
and It la on seemed that the rep repose uiv JUlltlfl'atotof
the "America's Cup accumulated wealth by the income
as Johnstone in the custody of the New York 'But instead of narrowing our plat- our conduct under the McKlnlej !I chine for turning out large quaitftte
this cup that Sir Thomas sought; tax. Is money more sacred than
in the
form lot
to snit the man who wants to'fluht Administration wa
the Phlpplnf or
but friendly struggle sandwiches.
Club
and perhaps quite Yacht bread-and-butf
s Upton has designs, t blood?
the American tea cup has received fresh life at the hands of an Industrial trust we invite entirely in conlnlnce institutions The machine cuts and butters sixty
I incidentally on "The Chicago platform denouncedthe
and him onto the broad platform that antagonize of our couLtry. It is only Ig-
.. w lL Sit;: Thomas Upton yachtsmen allover gold standard as un-American and it ; slices a minute, and with its aid $.0u)
the of that with the
principle norance
monopoly action
The trophy wa won In 1831. but It i the VL'UJf\ world bare their eyes fixed anti-American. It pledged the party S everywhere in the Industrial world. t* the Rennhllctn tmp.rea leader todayto sandwiches hare beta nude in two *" 1 1hours.

was not until seventeen yean later 1 on 1S!! "_ to do what .It could to secure a restoretion- "There la another subject that is not Justify the. latr _
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Y. P.5A c,"E. TOPIC FOR THE.WEEK LESSON, XI, SECOND QUARTER INTER THE LEAGUE TOPIC FOR THE WEEKBEGINNING 'Have YaU'lee.our,New.Lines of SUMMER DRESS GOODS !

I .-. BeOINNINQ-JUNE 11.. NATIONAL SERIES- ,JUNE It. -JUNE 11. t taoios, .Organdies, Dimities, States and White Gee& :-

c. &_..tI by Tr.. K. n h.r-Evltfcctl d. .
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Text: N.w I* Ckiiit RUM Tim tk.
.Id.ral.u A r.rfM.t CM14, Ink. t: For CoBildermtUn; Perfect Child.Lake

of... (Cllu4 a'a "....,.) Dead 1 Cor. 15:20. (Comptr. >Utth.wX8 ,8: 40-SS. (Childr..'. 8.....,.) THE HONEST PROFIT HOUSE
: l-8t Mark 18:1: l-8(Lake > : 1.18.) '
Tht Daily IlcadlllKs which lead ups From the standpoint of humanity; :. :"
thin subject are on "The Children of Jesus was In the tomb three days Jesus U general presented to us as

w JlILI ." and are arranged as follows "part yf Friday Saturday, and part of a perfect man but in the above lesson '
Sunday, April 7-0, which according to we see him as a perfect child, and aa FURNITURE.

' S Ion.. Joseph Gen 7: M. Tues.. Mo Jewish reckoning would be called those of us who are grown look to the "

E E( H.KJU 2: 21-2X; 8: MO. Wed., Samuel, : three days. The same method of "perfect man" as our perfect pattern Household Mewing Hacniiies, \ 1

1 8am. 1: 21-28; 3: 1.10. ThiL. Joash. reckoning years was employed with so the children stall be'. twtatd to The Best Machine Made, Light Running sad
2 Cfaron. 24: 12. Fit John the Bap- reference to the reijn of Jewish kings. shape their lives by that of the perfectchild. NoUele j i
! tut. Precautions were taken to mat I
l.utel\-l3. Ft).
.SaL Timothy, 2 ,
i Tlw. 1-4-03:14,15.: sure that Jesus was really dead. The That false notion that it is not possible '.., ;
Sole Agent for the famous Wall Trunk. -
centurion satisfied of the fact Mat
was ,
Oar Hcrlptare Lemon for a child to accept Jesus as "
Luke 2
( : 40-52) and so reported to Pilate. The piercing tresses made to order. A Complete
baa direct reference to the perfect their Saviour is rtpldly being brushed '.,: .,
child Jesus, and Us life as a child of his body with a spear and the aside, and children are being more : 4 tine ofFTJRLNI.TTJR.E
flowing of water.and blood from the
should wiwcUly be held generally taught that "It will save
up to our
t children wound was of Itself a proof o'f death. them from a thousand snares te.mlnd;
-S as a perfect pattern by which The friends of Jesus knew that his 01 all erlpdoDa at Bock Bottom Prices both
they should be folded In their daily. death religion young. wholesale and RetaIL Baby Carriages! from |G
tl'e. was a fact and did not expect Instead of brusaing the little ones
It U difficult I him to return In the body. aside with the tbinght that ti...-/ are up to $20. Go Carta, Refrigerators,Ice CheiU,
to distinctly distinguishtLe After the body of Jesus was lAid only- children WII should remember .Give Etc.
difference bclWteD the human and In the tomb at the of the *** --
request that while and tender
they ae young ..
the ,
divine
In our Saviour. While heeAwlned chief ,., < We hne'a eooHlgainrat of
priests the stone against the (before they know much about the Oak Diners sod
k divine power along certain door was sealed, and a guard of sold sins of the world). is the best ahd surest Reed Rockers that will be told very low. Wa ,
1 be liiMM.' we are tanglu In the Word that iers was placed at the tomb to preventhis time to win ttem fog Christ First handle the Famou Cleveland sad Rambler :

1 i, Though a Son learned obedience friends from taking the body and and foremost, above every other thing, BICYCLES j
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throturk
the thing which he suffered declaring h& had risen. Etder helm the thought shoull 'be pressed Into \ a
I and his sufferings were as Intense and says: "There is a sublime ironY in the their little hearts what Jesus did to Especial attention given to our laD Order ; ,
real as though: be vas not divine. contrast between man's elaborate precautions !Have them and they should accept We Goraatee Satisfaction both la good aid I

i On fei'llet::. Dr.Trumbull says: 'Of and the ease with which the him In their,youth. Vice.. Call OB us, or send In jour order to

course the child grew. Every child divine hand can sweep them away." Christian parenU so frequently train ; 15 u< 17 Lam St, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
grow. There la LOt a child In the Of the actual details of the ressur- their children up 3 though this world ONLY 18.00

wr.rM who ill not older today than be rectlon we know 'nothing, but there was all of life, aid then they agonize The 4.21 D. E. COOPER MTg Co. '
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i was yesterday. ant who If he lives '
must have been a great manifestationof with God and ajc others to pray' for -
i will not lie older to morrow than he Is .
power, as it was accompanied bran their children. .
todar.nll whatever needs to be earthquake, and the soldiers became -
is
"As the twig Is bent the tree Inclined. t
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done for a rhllJ while he Is young: aa as dead men and the stone was ." ,
DOW on.-Lt to be d(,ue to-day. He will rolled away by an angeL :', Paso N. Welshans :
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Dr. Schell says: "It is most Instructive
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hare
r outgrown the-, possibility, If not Writing on "Proofs of the Resurrec- to not.e.ln the life of Jltlus.that., .'" ,
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the nerd of such for him whentoniorww .
doing
tion, Peloubet says: "Only that fact while he was perfect at verystageof '. f
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U here. A child grows by can account for the marvelous changein life he still t -STATE AGENT FOR-
his earthly was subjectto ;
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by day whether he is cared the
spirit and character of the apostles. all the llmitatitns of humanity
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for or nt-etaied. If you would do ." "
He in statur, wisdom, and spiritual -
grew; ,
your work for yom child you must do Mary had come to the Saviour's < '
Some of the older writers -
f f It now, or never. Have that In mind power. & Martinez
tomb "when It was yet dark and see- of the life of Christ felt that It Longman Paints ;
I with your every birath for with every ing the stone 'rolled away, supposedthe would be almost Blasphemy to admit .
brent your ('bUds growing; away enemies of the Master had taken that Christ was a teal child, a real boy. Sun. : "

bu from Ml-his plastic and impassible child- away his body; this caused her to re- Many of their descriptions represent. Lime Brick, Shingles 1 :
turn quickly and tell: what she supposed Christ when a youth as something of ,
In 't'f'IItII/) we read that Jesus ---
was was sad tiers. Then Peter and worked miracles a
"filled with ,,'llIdo ,," and In verse 52 John ran both together, but while a without monstrosity.He knowing why, and startledhis Cement and Coal Tar. J ,

"J,-sns increased In wisdom." Dr. John out ran Peter and was first at boyish companions by dally wonders \ e

M.el nay, "wisdom differs essentially the tomb. Peter was the first to enter that had no ,Apparent connectionwith

I from knowledge Knowledge Is the sepulchre; they both saw the empty his mission. But the gospels Agent for Sickler's Peerless Cement Plasters
the result of acquaintance with facts
tomb and the linen clothes and the represent Christ as perfectly human
and tblnjYI.dllu Is the ability to napkin lying "in a pace by itself." It that
developing by tin same means
13 South Hogan Jacksonville Florida. 10-11.98
property mordlnatfe facts and apply ,
brought sorrow to their hearts, "For wt" must use for bodily, mental and
them. Any line n.ay get knowledge, an yet they knew not the Scripture, spiritually growth In this he is the
but not every one tn be wise, for not that he must rise again." They then
model of ('hlldh o.l as of manhood. If A Chance to do .Your
every mind 1* property balanced. The "went away again unto their own we should represent him thus, we '
mln of Jenn was a perfectly normal home. but Mary tarried at the tomb, would not fall to .Ind our children beginning LITTLE BROS.

healthy mind. He grew In knowledge and as she wept she looked In." : much earlier) than is usual to
through the varionn+ schools In which "The other women were terrified follow the Lord."

b* was placed; of these schools Dr. but Mary seems to have had no fear, FERTILIZER ,
and PHOSPHATE COMPANY
Ruanlm.in ny: -This Is an Important 13 she taken
verse so wholly was up JUNIOR LEAGUE TOPICS .. \.. '
thing to keep la mind. Jesus was with her great desire of finding her ,! .' .
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I growing child. He. tame to- know Lord." (Jacobus -- '

through experience( and training as "Jesus salth unto her, Woman, why We have another' parable today for Jacksonville, Florida.

well, as by the Inspiration of the Holy weepest thou whom seckest thou? our lesson. JI'HUI taught his truth by ". 'j

lI ,lrtt. What were his schools She supnsing him to be the gardener, drawing pictures from things about -

"L There was the school of home. paith unto him sir, if thou have borne him very often to those who heard ; If you are requiring Fertilizers for Vegetables, .
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Horn*-that In to say true home-is him hence, tell me where thou hast him could not fa.1 to understand.. In '- ,

the lest soil fnr the germination and laid him. and I will take him away." this lesson we hate the Publicans and Pineapples, etc., write to us and we can give you ;

growth of large, mild abiding charac Supposing him to be the gardener, I sinners drawing bear to hear, him. .0 ,. .'
Let Chr""" '. stay of thirty yean be- a servant of Joseph of Arlmathea, she i Then the Pharisees and scribes find '...' more value (or your money than any other Man

ortith his mother's roof 1s an eternal did not hesitate to open her heart to fanlt with him fir associating with 'o'. : 2
ftartfirstkto of the home institution. him and explain why she was sad and vicious persons, o. permitting them to .' uf&ctnrer or dealer in this State or from any

-"2. There was the school of subordl- weeping. approach him.' He therefore spoke ito
other State. Write for
Mttfta. Loyalty the mother of roy "Jesus salth unto her Mary. She three parables shewing>> that God ..receives pamphlets, prices, eLee.

tltv. turned herself ,and salth unto him, .and .rejoice over sinners who above'address. 5.U-9I y

.S. There was the school of toll I Rabboni; which Is to say, Master." return to him however wicked they -.' ,

HAW this educates him for sympathywith "Jems salth unto her, Touch' 'me have been and taat it was', ,highly

what must ever be the prepon- not: for I am not yet ascended to my proper, that the Saviour-1of sinners i. (1t
rstlnx etas of humanity the work- Father: but go to .my*brethren and should dO' the same. The point'of this j 'j.:. .. -. [ ATTENTION MERCHANTS!

Ins clan say unto them, I ascend unto my parable and- the other.twe-is that not. .

4. Tbere was the school of society. Father, and your Father; and to my what is sate but what la lost Is the

Hr mast feel the quickening, broaden- God and your God. Just occasion for tabor in finding; and THE MIAMI:\ BOTTLING WORKSIs

Inr. rorndlng power of society. In explaining the meaning of Joy upon recovery. We are not to i

I "3, Tbw was. the school of l olat "Touch me not" Bishop Vincent says: think from versthat there are any
Him. The foundations of character "The verb primarily means to fasten who were never lost and never need prepared to deliver, EXPRESS PREPAID, to all responsible parties :

f tn laid In moral solitude. Man's to; hence it Implies not a mere momentary repentance. The Saviour simply reasons f.
BOTTLED SODA POP GINGER ALE etc.
i;
i err won sinele-handed. writer says the translation Is inadequate as much as to say: "If, as Pairings of Dade Cennty Merchant: Solicited aid Satisfied Gnrlltce'. I,
"'rt There was the school of the synaKrery and gives a false impression; to you think, you are safe within the

I'ftRP. : day In the week, and merely touch him. Jesus not only allowed fold of God why blame me for my C. CASTELLANO Prop. MIAMI. FLA. f

Uttar time every !Saturday' or the but enjoined. (Luke 2439): ). But solicitude to find and save the lost." II-24-tf I h
Jewish 1C ..h.th. Jesus went to theIf..aPZ1J Grimm explains It thus: "Do not seekto While people do not repent and turn r i

('. learn by touching me whether I am to God. they are lost; the path of sin Is L

"?. There was the school of provl- even now clothed with a body; thereis not our proper place. We can never

f denrv. flatly providence was his no need of this search for I have be truly happy out of the way.of boll "
dally teacher. God made us to be happy only
> not yet ascended to the Father. In nefts. .
I "ft. Tint was the school of nature. this verse Jesus speaks of his disciples in His holy paths, just as the fish In I

I "fl. Then was the school of routine. as brethren for the first time. its proper place in the waters and the J

{ The fn-qwnt and tedious drill Is the Mary gladly obeyed the command of bird In the air. If we are safe In our _

beat prejwratlon for the battle paean. the Master and so was transformed father's' house we should try to bring .
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"1st TlMit wa the school of delay. from a weeping mourner, to a heraldof others there also. And "let there be .

THer Is net heroism like the heroism Joyful news. joy in heaven." 'I

of patience. no majesty like the majes- On the day he arose, Jesus apeared The Tropical Sun ,, ; '- ,. ," ,
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t' t,,fit Mf-rontrol five times. When he appeared In the Naming In. New Babr. ? :- 1 \
"11. There was the school of tempta- his : '
midst of "brethren although the In countries curious customs '''
some
) tIM1If1 temptation Is not only es- doors were shut (no doubt fastened) orevail in 'regard to selecting a name 1' i
I PHitlsl to rliancter disclosing. Tempt- It Is not to be wondered at that they .
for the baby.> A Hlndoo baby is named
Itt.... U aim essential to character terrified. .
were Notwithstanding they
when It is twelve days old, and usually 1
bntlllpr. had seen him hush the waves to quietness tJj
the school of expert- by the mother. .Sometimes the father
Itl:' There was walk upon the sea and even I
** wishes for anoth name than that selected
ear*. raise the dead his sudden
appearance by the mother. In that case two I Job/-Departm Dt
startled them.
$di.. ea we. Vlrglal lamps are placed over the two names I tJ
he bad said he
"And when
so ,
% and the name over which the lamp ; ( and '
A strange tale comes from Berkley chewed nnto them his hands and his Prospectors Inquirers
burns the brighter is the one given to ,
$gin-ins. \\*. Va. and yet so the peoftU side. Then were the disciples glad
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the child.
> uf that Tillage declare, there are when they saw the Lord." 1')
In an Egyptian family the
that would tend parents .
certain developments Peloubet the showing -of his
says choose for their Will find THE TROPICAL SUN
a name baby by light *
substantiate It. A mysterious
t. hands and feet was essential to the
in the organization of whichDaly ing three wax candles; to each of these Prints Letter Heads .
nmijiany complete proof of his resurrection and loaded to the muzzle week with
they give a name, one of the three be- every
have appeared Is '
few
a names to prove that he was the same Jesus
forming for tU* purpose of mining sllvrr with the Mine body, that had been cru longing always to some dignified per- Note Heads Just the information they want.
The candle that burns the lon
ot within 12,000- sonage.
from some ii> a cified.
acre tract of land leased near the gest determines the name for the baby. Statements Try it and be convinced. t

few weeks The Mohammedans sometimes write
ICpriup a ago
A Mmhroom Jnlr Vaccine.
The dlnftivery of silver is said to desirable names on five slips! of paper, Business Cards
hare lawn made by a man who was It does not yet appear that steak and these they place in the Koran. The i Subscription Price-1 year, $2 ; Six Months, $1 ; Three Months, 50 ell t
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practically a hermit nearly fifty years and mushrooms, taken In the ordinary name upon tbe slip first drawn out is Bill Heads t

ago He lived in the vicinity of the way. will cure that well-known disorder given to the child. "r

Pprtngs before they began to attract which makes a man see snakes; The hildren of the Alnos, a people And all kinds of Fine Stationer)r .. i ;
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attention a. a *nuiuu>ring place. The but it is reported from France that inoculation living In northern Japan, do not receive .' .-
eU wan made surer dollars. lie with a preparation of mush- their names until they are five years j

made them too well for they contained roojn Juice will overcome the effects of old.. It is the father who then chooses : "
viper's bite. M. The allx describes Are You SuppliedZ .
more silver than the standard the name..by which the child is afterwards ,
unit of value, and this soon brought a number of experiment whlcB he has called. it,

I him la contact with Government detame conducted with this fluid obtained by The Chinese give their boy babies a jj
r macerating the fungi In an equal .. .' 1
*. name in addition to their surnames, .
f Tl r result was that the maker of weight of chloroform water After and they must call themselves by these Givens Trial Order ,1I

bnm nujiM'T was bent to the penitentiary twenty-four hours the solution is names until they are twenty years old. I
and never told tin secret until drawn off and filtered. At first it Is At that age the father gives his sona '
of a brownish hue. but It soon turnsto
Jamb Harden a Iterkley Springs man: new name.
1fIrtlt't11t bier harden died and it an inky blackness. Subcutaneous The Chinese care so little for their

t Is MliL told the secret of the counterfeiter Injection! of the extract produce in girl babies that they do not give them
r to his tlUD.1 rate, the rabbits the same symptons as the And We Will
, any Ron a baby name, but just call them No. 1,
after )ears of silence, toll a man with venom of a viper. The account at hand No. 2. No. 3, according to their birth.
does not however, specify that the
betas Boys are thought so much more of in
new serum has been effectually employed .
China than
girls that if you ask a Chin .
r It U alleged that a care on the to restore an animal that baa
ese father who has both a boy and a
f 12.IMII tract has been discovered first been bitten by a snake, or had
: acre girl how many children 'he has he will Indian River Nurseries
i which contained pots, mining tools been Inoculated artificially with viper :always reply:, "Only one child.
: f and smelting machinery, and like- venom. As the case stands.therefore, German parents sometimes Please You...
'S wW brought to light; a. liver mine, the alleged discovery needs to be developed of their changethe Budded Citrus Trees of every variety on Sour Orange and Lemon Stock; also foil
name baby If he is and
ill.
t who** vein extend clear, through the further before its practical the Japanese line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to this sectio, in 1 #:
are
value can be looked as fully demo sure to change the Budded Mangoes, Varieties of Cretans, 25 Varieties of 1
I i: I mountain 'The new company Is to upon name of a child four times. S eluding SO ;i i
r t' ak for a charter soon It Is said. onstrated. <0-098< Palms, Roses, Strawberry Plants Pineapple Slips Etc. i J

, The birds most destructive of the JOHN B. BEACH, Proprietor, :- WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. j
It inline the winter the silent force An Ab otn "....eb. gypsy moth are said to be the cuckoo iy9

, ': of nature continue, at work .and the In Sen-la there still survives a wonderful bluebird oriole robin catbird and

l' t. eanut and.bnnicry-lonkinir tree are old Institution known as the 7.a- crow These learn to look under the Boarding at Reasonable Rates.

r r kept alive liy sufficient sustenancefn dnura. It is the living together of a burlaps, put on the trees by the com

, m the earth; bat when the rejuvenating whole tribe numbering sometimes as mission, and pick at the caterpillars.
:1 L tutu-he of spring; are felt the many as 100 persons all under the absolute The brown thrush and the chewink MRS. JAS. McCANN is prepared to accommodate boarders at her

" f-..re* luntmie temples and the forest'ortliflr authority of one chief. He keepsall i search on the ground for the caterpii- well known bparding house on Clematis Ave., close to F E.C.Ry. depot. .
j $. l*. with the Line dome al oviand the money mates all the purchasesand I lars; the fly catchers and swallows take r
the ttwn and flowered earth fortrwrlhtrd decides the oilnutest: details r
t of the moths the .
on wing and the
caterpillars BATES BOOMS._ f .
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'.. -- .,. -::--- VEGETABLE- FOODfsg.tattasis.IwsMl.g11mAU..U Ody Directory.. j ;I" : BARGAINS -worth BUYING. l ,



.sEeing OFFICERS.
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ey Paid t. This. UM.! XiUfcUa, WILVON: ... -___Mayor .,

"Vegetarianism increases by .leaps GEO.S.ADAMS,Clerk,Auessorand Treasurer ;

__ ......__Marshal THE'BOSTON
}r and bounds of late years, I am aoao- PAUL C.JOXBS -. '. STORE ,0

lately certatn.kIld., of course I am BOARD OF, ALDERMEN. J' _.. \ e-

pretty well able to judge-but I do not G EO.W. POTTER. ---.-._ President .....< I .
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by this mean total vegetarianism ; .
UATHIS
D. ..
JOHN B. J. 0>' .
mean an immensely increased taste for J.A.STRAWDEliAJfGSO.L. BRACKING :MRS. J. HANDELSMAN is here for the -

o and attention" to fruit and vegetables CAlL SCHUBNI ......... RU-POTTE* J. :-..:
of all kinds, said one who acts as Council meeting on the lit,and jd Tuesday in : 'i.-.t: ;""f -.J next week and will sell _:;
chef at a well known vegetarian restaurant -
VALUABLE THIMBLES each month,at 730 p. m. 000<>000<>00<>00000 0<>

"We' ,who are connected with vege'tartan 's' Dry Goods

614, CH* r aid Jew.!* C4d U Thet restaurants claim that not a -see .

c&r..u.: little credit in this direction is due to 4IvextisersWho. clothing 1 AT FTf! j

i ourselves in showing how much. ctrl County Directory.
The flat thimble seen In England
be made of vegetable food, but 1 may Shoes I
tea made In London less than two
--- It
tell you, as a matter of curiosity that 00000000000000000000000000000000000$
hundred
years ago by a metal worker I know very very few vegetarian restaurant cowl?Y OFFICERS. t
named John He .
large fortune Lofting.and great fame acquired in the at chefs who are themselves absolute E. I1KY8KB.. ... .. County Judge COME ONE, COME ALL, TO i

manufacture of the new to vegetarians; they are men who A.I.QUUIBY........ ... Circuit Court Or
the needle worker's art. accessory The imple- hare simply been chosen because they KOBT. S, TATLOIU-Prosecutini Attorney

ment was at first called a thumb boot excelled in one direction. B,J. CHILUNGWOBTH....... .-" .SheriffM.&GRCBER Use the THE = BOSTON rJ STORE : ))1'if

'f and was worn on the thumb. Lofting1 "The increased attention now,given .. .. .-_TaxAMeator

thimbles were made of either iron or to vegetable food of all kinds has .1 H.J. ANTHONY:......?........Ta* Collector MRS. J. HANDELSMAN, Prop. ;j i
think it just to say sprung from. the __.. .... :.Treuorer ....
brass, and specimens of them are extant Eo H. DIMICL MARCUS FRANK, Manager. .- .JHILLDIfi BLOCK 'f
higher classes. My own chief Incomeis of BegtsintlOuFRANELYNSHEEN. ....
many of which are preferred ajheirlooms. WILL H. aDssw.Supervisor
Gold sifter iron steel, derived from giving lessons to first ........_ .. Surveyor
class cooks in families to the
great as
pearl, celluloid and sometimes glassare xT.MERRITT..Supt. Pablie lartraetioa
treatment of vegetables of all kinds. &
days utilized in making thimbles. nowa for cooks now cannot obtain good I COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.N i Columns of Ocean Steamship Company ? 1

4 berths unless they understand this I ,w. FITTS.Chairmu...... Lake Worth
In China the ladles of high class u\every
branch thoroughly G.W. L.U X llART. .. _...'.PalmBwb
thimbles. Some
dainty are carted
from enormous pearls, with bands of "As to customers at vegetarian retanrants *- W. J. IHlrL ...... ._.C08Otln Grove "SAVANNAH LINE."

fine gold, on which are engraved all candor compels me to say E. L.WHITE... ..... -....... ...Buena Vista

sorts of fantastic things:, the etchings that apart from the usual enthusiasts, W.V.RDSHIXG.-.. -..- .__.... .Neptune
curiosity brings the greater number: Florida *
of which serve for catching the needle, ComoiUauinen meet IB regular leeninn on .
but this curiosity does Immense good the SKI Monday la each month t : (
ti as the holes of the outside barbarians I

:r' thimbles do. The thimble always has for what peuple can be have done their with eyes cheap opened vegeta as to FLORIDA LECISLATURB. Ti:. .f To New York And Boston.

a mother-of-pearl case. With the thimble
1.- bles. We have had some most'distinguished MEHIIBS mote"ADa consrv.R ,
fi. the Chinese lady always has a delicate people here, and they have inmany N.PIM1CK.Palm Beach._ Senator -
pair of sciaaora of the finest steel A Short Bail Bide to Savannah Thence
;i __ ,
,. instances asked thai they might F.S.MOKSE, MamU .Representatlv f
In a sheath of pearl and a pearl needle >
have a word with me. and. after asking SCHOOL.BOARD. A Short Sea
case. The articles are all enclosed in COUNTY Voyage.
me many questions they have tobtme .
an exquisitely Inlaid ease of the purest sorEaiMTEdDEsT or rvauc UISTKUCTIOK,
that they would send me certain Sailing from Savannah:
tnother-of-t Z,T. M KRRITT __lemon City
The manufacture of thimbles is simple pupils and they have kept their word. XEMBiaa or SCHOOL 80...>. TROPICAL 5 Ships Each Week 5
But all this curiosity stems to be .
f enough. Dies of the different sizes evinced by the upper and middle class- J, W.JACKSONCbairman..Conosnut: Grove

are used Into which the metal whether es." B.ItUiG_ ""_......" ._...JupUer

Jr&'"'. gold silver or steel is pressed The A.W.GARNETT_..__...............Hypoluzo'S. All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with sailing schedules. Write for geo
"'.1-\ wml-perforatlons, finishing and polishIng C
Only 1'hsst.d H..If.A oral information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation, or call on
done afterward
or tempering are
; .
:[ .' Celluloid is moulded. The best thimbles Washington woman who has Just E. H. HINTON, Traffic Manager, WALTER HAWKINS, Fla. Pas Agt..
::: t be made in France returned from the other side brought SUN
are said to Savannah Ga.
Jacksonville Fla. 6 Io-3
.. The Queen of Slam has a thimble home with her some pounds and State Directory
f. which was a present from her royal pounds of delicious tea, which shot -
'OJ. is made of In the came across In England the like of -.
husband. It gold, Do You Want aWe
which nfce had never drunk before. .
t form of a lotus bud. the lotus being
: the royal flower-and is thickly studded On the way over she made up her EXECUTIVE DEI ARTJ/ElV T. STEAMBOAT?

"t. with diamonds, to arranged as to mind that she wouldn't pay duty on It W. D.BLO UAM................ ... UoienorJNO. have them to Sell.and if we have
form ber name and the date of her for she felt. that no really patriotic L.CltAWFOED _.Secretary of State none what on hand to suit,we can build .
want.
Just you
marriage. This gift was equal to an American can conscientiously pay a WM. B. KEYSOLUS ........Comptroller .
order that the ladies of Slam should tea tax after what our ancestors did JAMES B. WBITFIELDTreuBItl

use" thimbles and they have used them In Boston Harbor. So she made herself WM.B.LAMAR_............Attorney GeneralW. We are also PreparedTo
a petticoat and Into the lining thereof : CLAIM O> '
f since. .N. 8HKATS __Su.p&.l'ublidDilrae&( Furnish ...
.
she quilted the tea. When the steamer L.WOMBWELL...........Ron.Agriculture .' : ...... .

4t 0-". "..t....... n.r"' .. t.. H. D.ad: drew Into port she put on the garment PATRICK HOUSTON...... Adjataat General

e. To wear it was a martyrdom.It _...... Outfits for
Queen Victoria sleeps in one of those seemed to weigh a ton but she W.H. MII.TON.IR Surveyor-General Pumping Irrigation.
wooden beds. Offices at Tallahassee, Florida '
and almost
tare square
.
passed the custom house officers.successfully ;
which are such a feature of many and in a congratulatory mood U. S. SENATORS. _. It:.Is TheREST

English households. The Queen occupies took the train for Washington. Her 8.PASCO................ ...........HonticeUo Write or call on us for Anything in
one side of the bed and on theother husband met her at the station. He S.R. MALLORY......._.... _Peasaoola Our Line that you need.
side which during his lifetime
marked her look. As
pale worn they
was occupied by her husband, the U. S. CONGRESSMEN.
stepped into the carriage she told him .
Merrill-Stevens Co.
Prince Consort, there hangs at the the story BOBT.W.DAVIS.Palatka ,,, Engineering

bead above the pillows a large frame "I wasn't going to let them get S. II. 8f AKKK.1N .,,-.................Ttmua ,

portrait representing the Prince lying ahead of me." she said proud11."Wasn't SUPREME COURT JUDGES.M. JACKSONVILLE FLA.Jacksonville
dead-photographed. In fact Just be- .
fore he was placed in the coffin. it a lovely Wear H,MABBY...................Chief Justice !
Her husband fell back in the carriage F. CARTER .......... Auociate Justice '
Above this picture hangs a large memorial 12-24.g8 Poeea !
wreath and beside it Is a and roared. R. F. TATLOIl..__........ to .f' .' Marine Railways
"Lovely! he said. "Lovely! I should I
watchpoeket containing the Prince'swatch. R. R. COMMISSIONERS
say it was. Why my dear there Isn'tany .
This watrhpocket has its counterpart duty on tea." B. E.DAY, Chairman... .. _Gainesville
"theQUl'eD' .
In the watchpocket above .. J. L. MORGAN_. ._.___._-Jasper Established 1875.
pillow for her own watch. F.ar rmlni" 11'1811. J. II. KYAN.__ _..--.It.lllllmmee

....... The memorial wreath as well as thowatrhpocket Speaking to, a woman's convention JOHN L. NEKXEY.J.. Clerk._ ....Arc dU
and watch of the Prince William A. Bours & Co.
-1 Gov. Adams of Colorado remarked: Headquarters and office of the Buerd at Tallahauee. Advertising :
and his rather grewsome portrait accompany 'When. the Israelites were broken ,
all her travel,
the Queen on
with dlsseutioQ God gave a woman to

.w taylng.and form wherever part of she her may bedroom happen equipment to oe judge'ortyyenrs them-Deborah-and the Bible ruled adds them"Thenley for +e'---- Grain, Garden Seeds and Fertilizers.

i had a rest' I have never been

HH 1e.1..... Pv.m Nan. clear whether the rest came aa a re- General Directory. No. 6 EAST BAY STREET, -:.- JAOCSONVIU.E, FixWe
suit of her rule or because her .reign
Mary E. Lease, being what they call : was ended." .

an "alml:=hty smart woman" is nolonger Chihuahua have taken MEDIUM
The girls to COURT CALENDAR.
handle only the Best and most Reliable Seeds. A complete Stork of
a resident of Kansas. although carrying magnets, because (they gay) .'
"Charley." the husband still remainsas there are so many men with hearts of (Seventh Circuit.) Corn Oats Flour Bran Wheat Grits

a clerk in that drug store at Wich steel. M.S. JONES: .............. ?..,.. circuit Judge Hay, ,

ita. Mary has not returned since she An India paper says that the ladies J. D. B2G8....__,...... State's Attorney Meal Cotton Seed Meal Both Bright and Dark.AT .
went to New York during the campaign of official society there are trying to SPRING TERM. ,

of ISOil She is now lecturing on follow in Lady Curzon's footsteps Heed County 1st Monday Marco. '
Joan of Are somewhere in the east- That ought not to be difficult seeing Grange SIt M WHOLESALEState ..

character she would like to emulate, where Lady Curzon halls from. Lake M Uh" Of Agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
Any
says the Chicago record.: Her daugh The American opera singer who wan olusia td April.
ter. who baa a gee 1 deal of dramaticpnn'r hooted for being an American should Breard" till II .. Star Brand Fertilizers Guaranteed inilysis. Orange tre' and Vegetable Fertiliser. Pus
ground Bone, Nitrate !Sofa, Muriate of I't.ia.-h. ".... Fir
and used to recite poems at co jventions -. not be depressed. There are opera Dade let Monday after 4tb Won. nphate Inches Kanit He
make tillzerg have no superior in the Market And a trial Till convince!. i
and was expecting to singers who have hooted solely on account day In April. Send for Catalogue t'n.oe- 10-SS-M ,
fame and fortune on the stage in the of their singing. 'FALL TEBM. t
great play "The Curse of Gold" issow "
Oaeeola County,1st Monday in October.
the only comfort of her father. Mirror F'.r a PI.ao Buck 3d .. i

The son Is in the East with the mother. One of the hardest things in a room Orange Lake 4th u :

acting as her business agent to arrange artistically is the piano Volnsta Jd .. NOV.Brevard WEEKLY PAPER Florida East Coast Ry'

now that fashion has decreed that It 4th u
'. L"y E.: D.. f*.
x. 1II"y ry
shall be dragged away from the wall lat Monday after the 4th Monday TIME TABLE NO..20, IK EFFECT APRIL 11, I860.
A young woman came into a fortune Many an otherwise perfect apartmenthas in November. ,

and promptly bunted up a country been spoiled by the Inartistic arrangement COPT SIGNAL SERVICE DEPI.J. SOUTH BOUND (Read Do't'lll\ NORTH BOUND (Read U,,.
*
house. where she played the role of of the piano back.:&: A great
chatelaine to the manner born accord. aid in overcoming this is a mirror W.CRONK............... ?_.. .. Qbterver o 391N' 0"v. .*!?'! '

lag to her own Ideas of the part One made the exact width of the piano Observatory at Jupiter Inlet.GOVTLIGHT ssw88Jp STATIONS. Daily K Mllf* |

day some of her old-fjme friends came and placed flat against its.back. On HOUSE SERVICE. In The : 2oaC ave. .......................Jacksonville..,.....................IrrivVTISplj.Leav 1'iTf.i
to nee her and she condescended to each side narrow curtains may be Uht House at Jupiter Inlet. 4pll09UftAmye........................St.Angusttne...................... IWp.Arrive V s
all the place. 43SpU88ftLeav! ........................bt.AcgontiDe....................... ISupj
them over used
how !" exclaimed placed and the mirror either asa JAMES A.ARMOUB.........__-Keeper I lop 1 1 1*IJ1 ........................ Haonn ..........................Le ve[II:! If!

"What beautiful chickens came reflector or with painting on frame J.A. WELLS.:...........?._ .. let Assistant soopllbia'Arrive............................Palatka. ................ ....... Leave tu>pj

the visitors when they and glass. Palms may be prettily arranged > BENJ.WELLS........... ld Assistant : jiiooal Leave ..................... .Pa_.atka..........................Arrive 71

' to the poultry yard.birds! haughtily at the foot to be repeated In U. i. LAND OFFICE.J. : :,U45p Arrive.............. ....... San Mate........................Leave 'IUp l6t
; "Ye. All prize
explained the hostess. the there glass, with surface cushions or a of tiny quaint seat placed shape .M. BARCO._..... .................Register 78uaLeave. : | ........................ban Mateo....................... Arrive_ tu0 II
?" U oo.'X-'' ve....................... East Palatka............................' 83bp 4MTlJa
e "fact they lay every day and material With the mirror as a N. D.WAINWRIGBT..Reee" T Jp 1i rip ..........................Ormond........................" 4
"Oh. they could. of course; but" starting point one may have endless OffinM at Gainesville. Florida. STATE or FLORIDA r12p IOIP 1 ,. .......................... DaTtona., ......................... ".. Silp tOts
fcranttlloquentiy. "In our position it varieties of decoration. I f&p 118p ".. ........................Port Orange................... .... I41p Oils e
, for them to do so." tf.n 166111 ........................New Smyrna........................ S3Ut ... ..
Isn't necessary Sfeplilgpl ...................V. Oak Hill ........................; 244giipj *
AK .t "'b'.,,, "'. mKhi..1 *_.... Names rtmreh. If Gertrude Franklin Atherton ha4 ...... 8&p| .. ..... .. ... ...........Ci .. .........Wt.......... 138p ......
' law would be passed forbidding FOR THE SESSION. ...... IMpl II ........................... iucos.t. .................... 1C* .....
Apropos of the question as to her way a ...... ......................... Rocklttdpe .. ? .......: IZly ......
whether or not women should remove ,: women to marry before they are . '. .f . ......1 i.pU.. ......................... Eau GaIlle ........:.....;........ life* ......
In church, a Lexington (Mo.) 26 years old. Before that age, she ..... 4Wp II .........................Melbourne.......... .............. Ii 41a4STp .....
their hate is of I ...... ............................Koseland........................ lift:* .....
man suggests a return to the good. thinks a woman incapable managing The TallaKa&seeah 26 Wttfo ...... tOlp .........................Sebastian......................... IlCfh .. M.
old cnKtom under which the men sat a husband, and it is this deficiency ...... sjip: .". .........................St. Lncle......................... ".. .III Ob* ......
that forms the basis of a great ... .. .... ree. llU. ..._
on one side of the church and the wo. matrimonial dlHagreements. for 5O Ctj\ts. n;... liSp Itlp ........................FortFill..n .........:.:..::.::.::::.::: ;021a ......

men on the other. many .. ...... 64p .............;............. Jensen ........................... Ill Itle ......
"In \hat way." he says "the ladies family bickerings and quarrels. AdvertisingRate ...... .. ..................-.*..*.. Stuart .'*........................ jOU&a ......
the full benefit of their big However, not all young women are of ...... 7 Jep ........................Hobe Sound........................ 9X. ......
could get Mrs. Atherton's mind. and for such as Beginning with the issue for April 6th: ...... 'lStljl .. ................... ..West Jupiter.... ................... II 9/Ha ......
liAt. Ladles who remove their bats ...... 81Sp: .....................We t Palm Beach.................... 14V ......
for SIX
out of conrtmy to those who sit behind will rashly nlilb Into the holy state of and continuing MONTHS (end- ...... 83'11 .......................... Bo>nton .......................... 821. ......
could of course sit where matrimony before reaching this n&w ing with the issue for October 5th), The ... .. 8411p .. .................... Delrav! ............. ............. 11.9....
them of discretion she has laid down ...... l18ip : .......................Bori Lauderdale..................... : 7i: ......
they choose. The others could have age TALLAHAS3EEAN will be sent to any Sheet ......10 ..................... Lei.ionCity.._..............?... lIDo ......
j the full*benefit of attempting to see certain rules for the management of address for only FIFTY CENTS I ...... IOJp: Arrive ........................ .Miami.............. u... .... 1ItJoo ....._,
of hU'll'l1ndll. whom she divides Into six
the preacher through" a jungle classes-Jealous indolent ultra-attrae- This period will cover tl'e entire session BETWEEN NEW 3IVUXA AND OKAXGK CITY Jf>CTI ).V.So. .

1 feathers and gewgaws. tire domestic, liberty-loving and fickle.Argonaut of the Legislature and the issues fol 3\8o\ ll STATIOKS. ,*n. jyi oYilUesLv .j

Y ......... ... .........New ::;m rDa.. .......... .............ArUiq40Bplll21a y 'U6'p:>>
"....I.... 1 ........ Payil.at.. lowing the adjournment ia which all the ..........................Lake Hell':1. .................. ....... .LvlJ]lope 4 !UII
drawing paint. daughter .
I Teach your have enoughmobey tra<*>i.**' ,u..,. HYTI...& laws of a public nature will published Will be Sent on Ap- .......... .. .. ...Orange City Junl.Hon. ....... ... ...... 111 b.
mask. & If you i
! tag to allow% her to keep them up Children who are brought up to sleep Every issue during the session will All trains betwefn New Smyrna and Orange City Junftlun Daily: yirept I Am,':" y. .

otherwise she 1* only wasting time in with the bedroom window a wee bit contain a Complete Abstract of the Legislative

pIIl'lull'C such studies when that time open uever catch cold with the ease! Proceedings. KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
that cooped up chicks acquire. There
S.l sight II* fut in studying something Is an old proverb which says that Members of the Legislature can save The steamers of the Florida Fast Coast Steamship Company appointed to mil M tottawi)
lit which! she could earn her living the doctor | plication. .. 'rom M emi. "::* p. m. Tuea lays and }'rtd"JI. Arrive .,
does not rater
the sun time trouble and ,
where much by
for reading. annoyance WrIt and
tihoukl the lute a taste KIB'wen S. 1:30 p. Wednesdays Saturdays' Tram U connect
her every opportunity and elector must and like other sayings of forwording AT ONCE their listofnamr* T ir with steamer.Viet .
t' tare will give the best the axiom kind it has a grain of tmtt Tom From Key West 3:30 p. m. Wednesday* and Saturday Arriv
f her book that The careful motherarrange of peisons to whom they wish the TAG uir"Ct.
bottom. .
information on herfavorite at the Mismi5:30am.ThurlilsysantSundays eonn.ctcnewit h train 7S.
G sad mnit trabject practical Teach her to choose her sleeping' rooms on the LAHASSEEAN forwarded during' the fcir..BBahip Mi-I From Miami. 5 *. m. Mondays and Tturwioy. Arnx K,f

according their uiorhl -, sunny side of the house, and knows session. They will be filed and the and to and West I p. m. Mondays and Thursday Leave An West 8 p. m.
tier fotonanlon according to the the necessity of allowing the invigorating sent without further trouble. from Havana same days. Arrive Ilavaoa 0 a. m. Tuesdays ai.J FndHTVtnuebtng
amt habits, not light to filter thoroughly; through papers ... at From Havana. sailing direct for Miami. 11 a. m. Tuesday
mount of money they posseaa. Teach then The exclusion of sun and air Send with your list ao cents for each ..' K.y Writ and Fndays. Arrive Miami a. m. Wednesday and Saturday,

|M>T to lire within her desire Income to and save en from the sleeping rooms is a cause of subscription t. be sent only during the Southbound, connecting: with train 78.!
ronnur in her the that.tlred feeling which troubles people < Thee Tune Tables show the times at which t rains and boats maybe expected to arrive ana
Venrh her to nay "Yes" and "No" only session. For all you wish sent during Aepart from the several stations and ports but their arrival or departure at the time
In
when (and eveu children) sometimes stated is guaranteed nor doe the Company hold it-lf responsible for
when she mean them and that it the morning. By keeping up the blinds the time the laws will run, seal SO cents eoBjeaoeaces not, arising therefrom.For any delay or any.

*h* make* a promise she must keep during the day and opening the window for each name copy of local time card can at rot West Bay Street.Jacksonville,or address '
Teach hrr how mean It l. to gossip and J.P.BECKWTTH Traffic Manager. J.D. RAHNEE L Q.P. A.
a little at the top at night sleep Address THE TALLAHASSEAN, Tal.
tali randaL In abort teach you kI i St. Augustine.j. .

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J, and the knowledge of the Son of God, -THE PINEAPPLE. LIGHT OF THE CENTURY. Florida Schools." WHEREWEWORSHW; I

unto a perfect man. The aim'of the true :
Church is to build up a perfect manhood TIle following facts pertaining to the
IU Culture Ha llMom A Halter of Jin- Acetylene Gas the Greatest of All Modern
t to make men like the Low Jesus Christ tlonal Interest. Invention schools of Florida gleaned at random A Directory of the Local Cbardte

The best Church is the Church that from the birnn :tl report of the State and Religious Societies.

makes the best people. If a Church Superintendent of Public Instruction for '

!does not make men better, then it is a Pineapple culture though confined by When Davy, in 1807, discovered that the two years trading June 30, 1899- Bpls.op t ScrvUca.EriscopAL .

r I failure. It is weighed and found want climatic cotiditioA to a small territoryin ,, calculus was the metallic base of lime, The number of schools in the State is CnnacaBethewtsbV4be1.i Keetor. ;
the United S'ates has become and when combined with carbon fusion REV.U Pm-jAMU Hncoav.
t already by 2i538, of which 1,899 are for whites. Service eveMDda, noraing ll .'cloe** '--
ing.Take a matter of national interest and'is at an intense heat off a of sundayScuoolat3p. m.bROTBiiKcioou .
gav gas
the nation next What is'our rapidly There are by the last school census, OP ST. AHDtrw.-Hecta oa '.
assuming a commercial importancenot intense luminosity when attacked by tne Second sad fourth We4 eUv ol earhmama.
ideal as a nation ? If it is war, then we 152,598 children of school age. ... r. HzwpjaTDtrectof.W.t.Agumoao.JaSUCftUry. .
f hall perish like Egypt and Assyria ; if dreamed of ten years ago. moisture, he little thought he was paving The total enrollment is J08,4S5leaving Kiv. .

The pineapple is a native of the central the way for the greatest of all modern .
it is idolatry, whether it be an imaginary a balance of 44,143 children who do not
i regions of America. Sinceits inventions. Trinity |isloB. E
god or the worship of wealth, we shall tropical Acetylene gas. enroll. Holy

J' perish like Babylon or Rome; if it be discovery lit ,abourta'reeanda Although calcium carbide and its pro- The average daily attendance for 98 Service will Vest be held Palm Bead every Saaday

, glory, then we shall perish like Napo- half centuries culture has extended duct, Acetylene gas have been on the was 74.000, which is 68 per cent, of the at r So p,m..in the new elf church. ,cot.. HI-ofKvernia h

l lI leon and be defeated like France at over the whole tropical world. The market for nearly four years, and have enrollment.The James Umdry ant FDinsetU.iIlliah chafleof these"*crviee I. *.

r.r r. Sedan and Metz ; if all we care for is better varieties are nearly or quite received the greatest attention from the aggregate number of days school LADIES' GUILD meet every Friday at a.y

t die like old Rome.If seedless. But some varieties and especially scientific and mechanical world, the p. m. >>... CrY MvrcAur.. Frtst.Mas. .
gold, then we shall yet ing given in 98 was 7664402. GitDSKg SecreUiy.M .

: we have righteousness and justicefor occasional samples! ,.yield a considerable general public know less about it, theoretically The average length of the school termis

1, t our Meal, we shall live through the number of llyJ'developcdeds. or pratically, than any of the loS days. E. ChuMb, South. -a
From these natural seeds Sunday School m. ....and Kpworthj Lesgal
milleniuins. Our will never de as discoveries of recent years They have The number
glory average lays schoolingeach p. m.. every Sunday. General prayer meeting
t I well as from artificially fertilized ones, heard of jit in ronnection with a few explosions child of school age receives is fifty. ThuntcUy ereniugs at 7:15. L die>' prayer

I l part.The individual next, tbe moralist, may come in time a long list of new due to liquified Acetylene gas, Of all those eurolled in Florida, 13,237 vices meetings fir-t FrulayafteruwMwatS.second and third Sunday f'radaUoloort'-of eca -
I varieties. Some of these will no doubtin month at II a. m.and r 1p. .>. la the evea-
; come to be weighed. Let us put him a process which is condemed by all Insurance are in the chart class ; first reader 20,707, tug a song service will be held half aa hour lie-
II the near future add greatly to thepleasure Boards and which is entirely fore the regular divine tervire. We would be
in the Bible scales.A second reader 18,634. third reader 18,419,
: glad to have yon present; come oat nd help as I
I : and of culture.,
young man came once to the Great profit pine : different from tbe system now used, but fourth reader 18.669, fifth reader 12,293. The Fourth Sunday tmces will be held at
Taking an of all varieties Lantans at 11 a. m. At Hypolnxo, at I p. m. "
I
I average how or what it is generated from is a
he '
Teacher. "Good Master, says, higher branches 6,228. At lloynton 7 p. m. .-
seasons and plantations, five new plants lief. 3. Il. \\ ALItEa. Fatter. ,
I what must I do to inherit eternal lift? mystery. There are 6,752 children of school age
be reasonably expected from each
! SERMON OF REV. $. D. PAINE "Keep the commandments was the may Calcium carbide is a metallic substance, unable to read, and 10,162 unable to Chuvcb.Uev. .
From Cong gaUonal
fruiting pine. fifty to ninety \
t ... reply. "I have, from my youth up," of these be to fruit percent produced by fusing together lime and write. 8. D.PAIXE,Pinter.Sen 4:

I At the Wr..l Sid. rongrriatiiiiial Church said the young man. "What lack I the second may The expected increase of carbon. Chemically pure carbide is an Forty-one only are blind, and 105 deaf ices Ht 11 a. 10. and 7:00 p. m. Sunday...
year. pine HchoolandPagtortiiiblellM at 10 a. :4
;
?" "Sell all thou hast, and follow expensive article to make
over
costing
i ...day Morning,June 4,1899. yet growing as a business has, as wetsee, mutes. Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. Prayer l
Me." (2,000 a ton, but the carbide of commerce I Meeting WeJnesi-.y at 7 p w. ;.
very clearly marked limits Pine culture Florida employs 2,792 teachers of ..
The outward morality of this young containing, as is does,a small percentage
i "Thou art weighed in the balances, in Florida is said to have commenced which only two have life certificates.Ten Ann's Catholic Cban J1I
ummpeached he observed the of impurities can be manufactured at a -
man was :
I .. and art found tuting.u-Daniel v, 27. about the year 1860 on Plantation State certificates are held, all by outward claims of religion ; within was very low cost. Coke and ordinary quick- wits U. Holv UIUM, and Sermon every Sunday
. London is a stupendous city. It has white teachersFive :
Key by ]Ir. Wm. Baker. This work ...
Srhool at S ,
the consciousness that he lacked tbe i lime of a good quality are fused togetherat at 10 o'clock L m. Sunday p.
- L population of over five millions, of i was grab aUy grown along the keys and hundred and, twelve teachers and Vttoixr ervice at TiP p. mOnwetkdayeMasswillbeatTLln.. :
essential element of eternal life. He a temperature of about 7,000 degrees i ;
j tools. The world has never seen so vast slowl" :extended to the: main land of hold first grade county certificates i- -;
himself and ; Fahrenheit by of electric
refused to consecrate property means an
I f. tn rxgregatkm human beings. It has Christ. Florida, both on the east and west coast, furnace. Calcium carbide thus 460 second grade and 820 third grade.Of vsnIng Star Jjodg, ]
j; doubled its size in fifty years. Every to as far worth as the climate conditionswill pro- the 2,023 applicants for certificatesin Knight of Pythla, .
t A today "I am honest in all duced is a blue-black substance of
man ,
says '
year it adds nearly a hundred thousand 1 permit The plant suffers from 1)8, 1,240 passed and 783 failed. Meets evrtr Fliday hhtboo.dochtaud-) : .
: transactions intense hardness and formation theTa Invited. .
bn
business
my ; my example crystalline Iud time. Visiting -ordiiHy
to hi population. It has as many people even slight frost, hence some protectionis There are 317 graduates of normal : Cast'e Hall over fublir School Building.
is the side of virtue I contribute to and is not affecUd by either heator
on ; GEO. S. ADAMS, C.C.
Ireland Wales and Scotland
ta com essential along the northern limit of schools employed, and 973 attend summer "
the relief of distressed fellow crea- cold. L. F. HISDRY. K. ot R. & S. 14-97
bined. It has more Jews than Pales my present cnltitation With protection normals.In "l ,

tiDe, more Roman Catholics than Rome, tures." Grant it You owe that to. pine culture has been carried as far northas To transform it into Acetylene gas, it '98 488 teachers attended State

i r more Irish than Belfast. more Scotch. society ; you owe God a debt. He demands Orange County, and in some favored is necessary to brintj it in contact with associations, and 1,672 were subscribers FUN AND FACTS.
of the heart and the
tne homage moisture. Carbide then
1 men than Aberdeen, more Welshmen localities even farther north. From a disintegrates, for educational journals.The .
: than Cardiff. obedience of the life. Have you paid business standpoint it is still an open leaving us a residue a grayish, sand- average age of all the teachers is --

f. According to Herodotus, the Greek that debt? He demands that you love question how far expensive protectioncan like substance, which is nothing moreor twenty-seven years, and their average Witty Sayings Interspersed With

; Him with all the heart, with all the less than slaked lime the carbon Business
historian, babylon, the capital of the be carried successfully. For fancyor experience in teaching thirty-nine Butalns.'j
mind, with all the soul and with all the off in the form of
having passed a months.
Chaldean Empire, was larger in its area choice varieties of pines some pro- gas. ,

l than London. Herodotus says it covered strength, and thou shalt love thy neighbor tection from sun aid cold has proved a'' In both this country and Europe the The average monthly salary received An ex-8oldier who had loet a leg in .j

,- two hundred square miles. It was built as thyself. Have you paid that decided success. There seems, how manufacture of carbide is rapidly gain. $33,73i and the highest salary received is the war and was tired waiting for bin .'
debt? Have you done that? If you ipg a place as one of the greatest industries
both aides of the river $150.
: oa Euphrates. ever, to be a limit to the demand for expensive pension, wrote to headquarters at
I It had walls over three hundred feet have sinned against God in the past- varieties of pines while the call and at present there are a number In '98 the total amount paid to teachers Washington. 'j

' I' If high eighty feet at the bVse. The city aud we all have in some way-there is for a good pine at reasonable prices of furnaces in constant operation on for salaries was 1528,871.63, "Ef won'trend pension '
t no pardon for man without repentanceand this side of the Atlantic the largest you me my ,
,
was entered by a hundred brazen gates. seems to fully keep with the grad- The total receipts of the school fund
I pace won't send noodtn
faith in Lord Sesus Christ. plena me a
you
our Falls. '
at from
being Niagara all in
The palace built by Nebuchadnezzar sources was 683,568 98.
I ually increasing supply.An eo'a I kin about? The kg I
! was six: miles in circumference. The 1 important question is to find some Acetylene gas as an illuminant now The total expenditures for school leg, pit I

j of the theme. This in its was 736951. lost wuz a bowleg on the left side an
banging gardens Babylon were more reliable mode of putting on the becomes our gas, purposes,

1" wonder of the world. They were constructed The Coconut... market in good condition the tenderer pure state, is colorless and possesses a County Boards own (755,824 worth of had three corns on the three little f

t by Nebuchadnezzar for his varieties of pines. It is a wellknownfact slight: ethereal odor,but when generatedfrom school property. toe*. So, now, you can't go wrongin j

wife Amytif, who longed for the rnountains The cocoanut tree contains in itself that the,best pines..cannot. be successfully commercial carbide absorbs the Florida has 2,121 school buildings of making a new one.-Atlanta

of ber native land. It was watered nearly all the important properties put: upon the marlte0>y our impurities, chiefly sulphur and has a which fourteen are brick, 1,855 frame Contituuon.
which are found at large in that valuable
\ from the Euphrates by machinery. It present mode of hauling and transportation. penetrating smell, sometimes garlic.It and'252 log. delivered
family of plant-the palms the WANTED-joo cypress poles
I I.laid that when it was captured by London Journal of Green says Grocery: The Queens have been a source is rarer than ordinary illuminating The State pays its colored teachers. at West Palm Beach immediately. Size I

I Cyrus it was three hours after its cap- of serious loss to the growers the past gas but of a greater specific| gravity. (107,843 per year. 25 feet in length, 4 to 6 Inch top. Applyto
of the aboundance of
f tare that its inhabitants, distant from Johnson, speaking seasoA h ecause many of them have Its explosive qualities are similar to I s.* Geo. S. Adams.TrainerHit
the cocoanut tree in India where he
the heard that the old dynasty those of other illuminating ,jonly
palace reached market in bad condition. The any gas
r says it occurs to a greater extent than Another View Of It. it like a nail.
had passed away and they were livingin must be said, of the Abbakas. in a less degree.Its .
the olive in Spain, or the willow in Hoi- same '.. Pugilist-Like nail? ((1

a Medo-Persian satrapy. land, afims that there is no part of the Take again the P raambu o pine which light, as compared with any other That usually. conservati paper, the Trainer Yes; on the head.-Syracuse
The last night of Babylon under the
; tree which cannot be applied to some to enjoy in its perfection should be eaten form of illumination, is nearer that of Atlanta Constitution, speaks of he Herald.

"- government of BeUhazzar was spent by useful purpose. Captain Seely, in his with a spoon, as we eat an orange. It pure sun ight than anything else. its godlike unselfishness" of Andrew Car "

: the king in a drunken revel. Cjrus, account of Ellora, says that when he is certainly ruinous to put this mass of spectrum is practically the same, and its negie. We hardly endorse. It is CHEAP FUR CASII.-An 18 foot cat

f with a combined army of Medes and delicious sweetness into an ordinarycrate color identical, a pure white, not having boat and a bicycle-StearnS hijh-xrade "
.. was stationed at Goa, in 1809. he lived, pretty well understood and acceptedthat Yellow Fellow. Adnress call W. ::
or on
Persians was thundering at its gates.
his as many others did, in a coroanut leaf cud trust it to the tender mercies an overplus of violet rays like the arc Mr, Carnegie is going to distributehis F. Armstrong.. West Palm Beach.
confident of
l The king was power to ota six or eight day's transit to light, the livid green tinge of the man-
house ; and that although the period was great wealth in semi-charities, and to
i bold the city against; any for e they the market -to "be sidetracked tel burners or the sodium tingod rays of Biggs-I wonder why they sent the ,
at the very height of the monsoon, and maybe that there is no objection. But in discussing -
Could bring. It was considered impregnable. -to suit the convenience of all other artificial Illumination. In intensity Spanish officers to Annapolis?
the house was on the seacoast, it was him and his wealth and his disposition -
It hsd twenty years' prousions.He the line. other form of artificial illumination to teach them
comfortable and warm. He believes transportation Either our no of it we must take its acquirementand Boggs-Probably
gave banquet to a thousand of his Northern friends must forego these most arc and calcium lights excepted, New York Journal.
with that not a nail was used in the whole its disposition as a unit. It cannot gunnery.-
lords. The chamber was liued The rafters delicious fruits of the tropics, or they can compare with it. This is readily denied that Mr. his :! i
the table loaded witti gold building. supports, etc., Carnegie acquired SQUARE PIANO for sale at a bargain.
sculptures were fastened on with string made of must help us to devise some more successful shown by comparison in candle power. wealth by means that deprived other Instrument in fair condition. Inquire at

and silver plate.from,The hundreds air was of laden foun the fibrous envelope of the nutshell, the mode of putting tru-se fruits on The ordinary half foot Acetylene burner people of a full equivalent of what they SUN OFFICE., 5-i8-tf -,

with tains.perfumes There were strains of music and wood was the tree itself, while the roof, the market The question here involved gives a light' of thirty candle power. To paid him. By law and trusts he was rotbers and sisters ought to be .

walls. doors and windows wcie the leaf. concerns not simply the pine grower, obtain an equal amount of light of an able to avoid the competition of a free to and receive mutual asist. ,"
of give
The glad
clashing' cymbals. gods iron
and silver toasted the From the same authority we learn that bet as well the transportation lines, the inferior quality, it 'ouldx: necessaryto market when he bought raw materialsand
and gold were ,
The the fibres enveloping the shell of the nut commission men aud more than all,the use two iucaudescent electric lamps, a free market when he sold his pro ance.
Hebrews defied. I
God of the goldenvessels "YouehowsuchbadtasteiutheaeI
may be woven into a cable, by which consumer. two six-foot gas burners, three ordinary"Rochester" ducts. The story of the Homestead labor
from the
taken
c temple were There are varieties of pines that will lamps or seven "A" to lection of your neckties,Horace" said
ships of 74 guns have safely rode out troubles is trite. It were better for this
ball and dese.
,, brought to the banquet gales of wind when European cables endure much rough handling. The "B" size kerosene lamps. The three country generally, and a great many the elder sitt'rof youth in his teens. '

crated. voice hushed. Silence were parted. The tree bears fruit twiceor Red Spanish as far as. known yet takes gieat advantages of Acetylene gas over thousands of persons in particular of Mr. "Tht'yalways lock BO wrinkled and

M once reigned.every A visible was hand with a thrice in the year, and the nut, when the lead among hardy pines. While we I other illuminants are-purity of light, Carnegie's millions had not been accu. shapeless too. You ought to let me J

half ripe, contains sometimes three or are unable tngommand: any more expeditions steadiness of flame and absence of heat. mulated. buy them and tie them for you." .1 '
of fire tracing mysterious
finger was
four of clear and careful methods of shipping, Regarding the first, the light being pure Another is he answered
ls on the wall. The king sent for pints fragrant.fluid; and very important point this : Tin willing, sis, ,

wo astrologers$ to interpret ; they failed. the rut itself, from its highly nutritious this variety; must retain its lead with- 'the white with the solar spectrum,enables In enriching himself Mr. Carnegie enriched looking at her pinched waist, "if i "

The mother brought in Daniel, qualities, is used as an ailment in all general planter. any one to distinguish colors, even to other men by many millions. you'll let me buy your belts and fasten -
queen The market demand for pines has the most delicate shades, as readily as '
countries.
In tie "War
inter-tropical his and doubt
He looked the i They were partners, no them around ,Com
J'ou.Youth'
the captive seer.
upon ,
r
nerian Memoirs" is a very interesting rapidly increased during the last four or by daliiht| This makes the light of their share of the accumulated swag '
Mene Tekel
will and read, "Mene. i
.
Mene" God hath numbered account of the cocoanut tree; it is there five years. We have every encouragement the greatest value to dry-goods dealers, exceeds his own. They are not going to panion.No
-
TJpbarsin and finished it. Tckel. staled that in 1813 the number of cocoa- to extend their cnltivations as upholsterers. art dealers and all other to give their shares away. Now if Mr. need sending away from home for 1

thy kingdom nut tress cultivated at Ceylon, along a fast as the conditions will permit. persons demanding the best light: It Carnegie's bestowal of his millions in any boats when Capt. A. T. Rose can 1
in the balances !
thou art weighed am build one as fine or as cheap as you ;
Hue of about miles. The regular shipping season of the also diffuses itself everywhere, mavingan you
found wanting. Peres, thy kingdom i is coast 184 was 10,000, charity squares him with the world, how want. See him. and place your order.
I and the MeJes and QUO, and their number has increased in pine commences in Dade County usually ideal light for reading or any other are Frick and the others to put them.

, divided Persians. The given to are now at the following years ; that elephants are fed the last of May ami closes the first of domestic purpose-in fact, well meritingthe selves square? The simple truth is that I That last box of perfectoa you

I I enemy cf on the leaves, and the ashes of the tree August. After that there will be occa name "Artificial Sunlight." impressionable people have been dazed sold me was very bad.'Wul Puffer
the the
guards king
gate ; !
i palace are slain : the Medes and Persians enter contain so great a proportion of potash sional shipments until well into the Its economy as..an illuminant may be by the unusual proposition that millionsare Well"repliiHl! the dealer blandly, ..

I tbe banquet hall kill Bclshazzar, and! that the native washwoman of Ceylonuse spring of the year. So that the periodof briefly stattlthus : At the present priceof to be distributed and they do not see "you know the Havana crop has

, that night the Chaldean! dynasty was them instead of soap. Besides tbe ripening really extends over at least carbide, one foot of gas costs the consumer beyond or behind the pale of the halo been poor for the last three year*."-

overthrown.In variety of cups and other articles formed ten months of the year. How to make from three-fourths to one cent an they have created for the distibutor. 1'hiladflphia North American.E. .

the balance of Gal's word I intend from the shell, wine also is obtained the ",winter supply larger and more reliable -! hour." The ordinary burner consumes Boiled down to a concrete statement, ----

from the liquor which flows from cuttingthe is one of the problems of the one-half foot per hour, at a cost of a the facts are these : Certain people have F. Haines has armea and will be z !
the church the nation the :
to weigh found at \atVcbrecht's Machine Shop,
individual, and see whether we are extremity of the sheath whence the hour.-E. Gale in Fruitman's Guide. half\ cent or less. A six-foot tip, with been deprived unwillingly on their part, and will" do all Kinds of repairing-Guns. ,.

wanting. flowers arise. This liqurr also, if con -..- city gas at $1.25 per thousand, would of a hundred million dollars. It is pro l'istols, Bicycle, Locks and ant kind '

centrated by boiling, produces sugar, so A Foregone Conclusion. cot. three-fourths of a cent giving one- posed to give a fraction of it back to of iron work. Chair wheels tor sale. a 'I
First will weigh the Church. What '
we
that vinegar also can be formed from it;]I half.the light. An incandescent electric other people. II-3- f.
.
is the Church? The Church of Christ!
and the oil obtained from the nut is used We have frequently said that the corporate light would\ cost one cent, giving one- This circumstance is held to justifythe "If you could have jut one wih I
is made of all who love the LordJesus
Christ up in spirit and in truth no almost exclusively in India, and is not interests of the State, for years half the light. A Rochester burner, now progressing accumulations of gratified, what would it be?" .

mAtter what their name or denomination inferior to sweet aitnoud, oil. dominating our party machinery, would house size: would cot about the sameas other hundreds of millions by other "\\ rfl, since I'm u married man, IIOD't

The fibre obtained from the husk of never permit the Florida delegation to Acetylene gas, with one.third the men-but this view will not stand in
should be culled
is It makes no difference where they IIee why you
this nut is also manufactured into door. i for it the cheapest as wellas Herald.
cast its vote Bryan in the next national power, proving equity.-Tampa
worship, whether in cathedral or chapel, upon to fire that kind of a questionat
mats matting, scrubbing brushes, and convention, if this vote became the best illuminant known, and the
private house, log cabin or schoolhoube ---.- me."-Chicago New;.
other articles while of it the '
The Church is divided into two many our readersuse necessary to nominate. But you need Sauitary Review pronounces

., the Church visible eud invisible-the parts >t for a variety of purposes in their give yourself: no concern on this subject. light, from a sanitary standpoint, best And it came to pass that after he had Boat building done right at' home In

Church militant aud the Church trium nurseries.-Fruitrnan's Guide. Bryan will be nominated. He will not adapted for schools, theatres and all advertised his goods there came unto, tbe must approved manner, good work.
and at living Call
prices.
man&hip on
.P phant. The work of the Church is to .... need Florida's delegation, and such public places, as well as private residences him great multitudes from all the region Capt, A. T. Rose.

t produce good men and women. That is I "traitors and spies," as Mr. "Stable.yard" as it does not vitiate the atmosphere round about, and did buy of him. And -- .

i the purpose for hich it is organized.Paul Rhyme and Reason. confesses to be, will be the first or tire the e"esew York when his competitors saw it they marveled "See here, Justine, are you going

t says in his epistle to the Ephe There is a new song going the roundsof to jump in the band wagon. While this World, May 25. among themselves saying : "How to obey meT I want you to understand -

class of degenerates are not needed _... this is while we that when wife's not here
., slant, "He gave some apostles, and the press, and it nii's as follows: be it that man busy, my

IOwe prophets, and some evangelists, \\e don't want to bui at your place. however, it is wrong to place them in Wanted.n loaf about our doorways and consider I'm master of the house J"-l'olich.
honored positions. It is simply placinga circumstances ?" And he spake
and teachers. our inelle.
c and some pastors, some We wont trade there any mure; n

He then slates the object for which they You'll be sorry when you see us premium upon perfidy.-Jacksonville good, strong clarinet or cornet unto them, saying : "Verily, verily, I ---- !

are given-"For the perfecting of the ComE in home other store. Journal. -. player who is either a painter and sign- say unto you, in this fast age of push

saint, for the work of the ministry! for You We can't have sell opened us any wide stale our good writer, a baker or a carpenter, to correspond and hustle, it is easier for a camel to
eyes;
the edifying ol the body of Christ We don't want to trade at your store, A splendid violin, fifteen years in use with S. H HAPPERSETT.: enter the eye of a needle than for a

I b' t That is the general service of the Church 'Call><)"OU d<) not advertise. in for first-class$25.00 condition Instrument, can guaranteed.be bought Sec'y. Lake Worth Band, business man to flouish without adver Subscribe for the

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