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 Material Information
Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: June 22, 1899
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
lccn - sn 83025639
System ID: UF00075915:00569
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Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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Literary and Social Club Entertain.
PURELY PERSONAL
LIVELY LOCAL LINKS. THE COUNTY David Parrot Suicides. -' "
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Tuesday night from eight to ten !I I I _? HERE AND THERE.

.:. People as They Come and Qo-People.' o'clock, was the occasion of a very I Saturday morning was -----I..
What the Sun's
pleasant reception given by the memo i Men Heard In The I A Budget of Interesting Items From served on a number of citizens to act
; Yon May or May Not Know. + T a* Straps of New About TbU and That
bers and officers of the Lake Worth L't- Lively: Local Whirligig. I Regular Correspondents. jurors at a coroners inquest to be held
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" t IA erary and Social Club to a amber of -ass I. ," over the body of a man found dead in a Things.
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: ..laar* of Fmonal Items-Visitors their invited gnests. at the home of Dr. a Mirror of Minor Happenings, leel- ,, Very t Carefully Compiled shack just west of the Lake Worth Ice -".---_
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/.. the City. and Citizens. Visiting and Mrs. N. S. Burnham.Mrs. dents, Coming Events, and-a '. Which Is of Most Interest to tile to Uit factory. News' Notes and lens *t IsUrtit UC i ignrybody
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Out of the Cltr.JL .
Burnham, president of the Club, Galaxy of Current Gossip. Citizen of Dade County The Justice meanwhile had investigated I. airal sad lobo t

. :. f'- as. assisted by the vice-president. Mrs --a.- .... the circumstances and was so well la ParUtalar%
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W. Gardner was up from Boyntou Sackett, secretary Mrs Moses and treasurer The Ladies Guild of the Episcopal convinced that the death was due to p..

Monday the day in town Miss Moses, received their tIASGO.MA MUTTERIXCS. suicide that he decided
passing
guests Church met at the home of Mrs. Guy no inquest to be Last Friday a b:g fire was Started by
most cordially and at nine o'clock the I. Metcalf The ': is necessary, and the jurors were difccuarped. the right-of-way cl tl
I. I. Hardy was up from Hypoluxo last Friday afternoon. Bingham fleet now housed gang e F. E C. Ry.
I first number of the short, ,but most entertaining f JT the It spread and until the Lake
Saturday enjoying rest day after a Rev summer at Gale & Co's.frank grew WottkFruit
.S. D. Paine will preach Sunday It seems that David Parrot who
was announced
program by was a Co.
employees bad l turn
his track farm. >> tint to
busy season on Cortright and wife
Rev. S. D. Paine, who extended a most morning at n a. m. and at night at in are nowliving recent Comer, had been drinking heavily : fight fire to prevent M-IMWI damage to

; C. E. Cbue and wife started Sunday kindly greeting and welcome on behalf' 7:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor at 6:30p. : I the Enos Cottage adjoining for a few weeks, and had several times i the j.lanUtion. '

. for Laporte, Mich,, where they will pass of the Club, of which he is a member m. All are cordially invited. Alteu ,plIp1LaUon. announced to his room or hovel-mate, a

a portion of the Summer with old fmndsaDd Miss Vesta Willson gave a recitation( Work has not begun on the Countyroad man named Davis, that he was tired of George II. Boyntoa was m tows Sit

neighbors. in her most pleasing and effective manner Will Whidden's horse enjoyed a runaway yet as we are waiting for tire rocks. living, and proposed to end his life. urday last. On Monday he left for hit

W. H.:Cor; the Hall brUhers and S. followed by a guitar Solo by Miss, last along the main streets in town The meh and money are ready. I Friday he purchased a bottle of laudanum Port Huion (Ukb.)lunc, in company

8. Necly tad wife were among the partyof Leila Anthony, who,showed the still! of I Friday, doing little damage to person 4 'MJS"lo'Rosa Forrey came up from.! shoved it to'Davis and said that with Oscar Taylor aad Charlie Black

Boyoatonians who started, North a most accomplished performer on this, or property. Tut wagon. was a little'the Hypblnxo Tuesday on another visit to! the bottle held the stuff to end bi man all residents of that city who have

Saturday for trip. popular instrument. I worst for the racket. Mrs. W. H. Sanders and family. '1 tioubles. swintered at Boynton. .

Mr. Earnest Allen next entertained I F. A. Rowley brought, his horse Saturday morning was found dead i in
Will Chase of Boynton, left Monlay Mrs. A. M. Gardner, of Boynton, has up II. N. Neal is the
the gathering by a rendition of one of I from Boynton last Saturday and he I his bed and the bottle of poson nearly BOW proprietor of
last for lie will defer'his purchased twenty acres of choice pi eland I now the City Market
A.
Chicago. trip II B. OUeO
Henry Irving's favorite dramatic stories. I in that sad it are {In the employ of Gale & Co. empty, by his side. He was buried at trial
to Cuba and Porto Rico until cooler r Full of pathos and intensity of feeling vicinity and is preparing to I I the County's expense, no being sold out to him oa Monday of this w< money
weather in the FalL plant out fruits and to raise live stock of A'party was given at C. E. Merchantlast Mr. Neal has bad
quite
a tnavtsfr
this
selection gave opportunity for the except $1.25 in silver m his pockets.
-- whatever kinds she finds most profitable.! Wednesday to celebrate Miss Hattie's experience In the market
Thomas Neely of Boynton, the Messrs splendid expression of dramatic feeling I birthday. There was a good at I .. Indian River and bis bostarai oa

Brows, Harper, Palmer and other truck of which Mr Allen la so thorough A. B. Olwell, having sold out his tendance_and a good time. patrol there

rowers.. of 11.rn1n&were.. amour Sat master. nurkrr._.. hnci... ....., --it AI 1.'- 1>-.1 SCHOOL BOARD PRMREDIXfiS.! speak. highly, of the naaaer ia which ho .
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vujuy ( -- conducts
+a.-- bit businea and
uiday'l visitors in town. Miss Forrey amused all by her bur. freedom from confining work in I cares fur his
seven DELBAY P01SCS. meats. Tas SON bcspraks for Rita
and A
lesque
George Houston, formerly of the In- school pantomime of the bashful years past. He will devote his time to 'I' Official Report of What the Uoaotjr Board success ia this venture.

dun River Steamboat Co'.. coips of girl's recitation of"Mary'sLamb." the improvement and adornment of his F. S. tewey was in town Tuesday. Did at Their Lot Meeting.
,Mr. W.
is West F. Armstrong, responded to attractive home place on Olive street. r The Acetylene, Gas
marine engineers, now making numerous calls with a stump of Wa'rlJJelons are plentiful here, and Company arc

Palm tench bis headquarters, befog on patriotic fervor followed speech --+.. <'of very quality., West Palm Beach, Fla., ) having all they can d* to fill orders for .
'y byn impromptu"
Whilldin's force of buiJders.tiwi > "\ tf June i9tb, 1899. f their light machines.
Mayor : imitation A'Water FcaU a1. j They." rented
; by'Mayor'Whilldin, SbfriffChilingworth -wu la- twa last A called meetifg of the School fioatd the Livingston
blocs '
If R. returned last week of several national Saturday on legal business. { oa Banyan sued
J. Thompson dialects
I rendered in Written lor TBS TBOPKAL SIM.Civic was held today at 'this place. Present: and before long they
from New River, where he has been a most skillful and amusing Rev. J. T, Thomas purpose bating ft
manner. W.
at thesohoolhouse J. Jackson chairman
I pride and progress are not the preached ; E. B. King, force of fifty or riity men work.
tulAing H.Monck: to end his tanks, Mr. Allen responded to repeated and : Sunday here. A. W. Garnett This
result of spontaneous generation, but and Z. T: Merritt, sec'y. i if put, in oprratir-a will be the '
dry house, press, boiling house and most urgent requests for a second selection rather of M. K. is Minutes of the last most >
Assiduous application. Development Lyman preparing a boat for meeting read and helpful industry curt engaged ia i. this
other equipments for his fertilizer fac by a rendition of that
pathetic and in this direction presupposes an engine to ply between Lantana and approved. The Supt. reported as follows tl>wa. Carl Scbretmick fa preskKnluf t
tory. Mr alonck is now buibg a timely selection entitled "Our Folks.
bhind it tbis place. : the
a genesis of and
thought, labor company, be propc.e. to paah
dock ud getting things in sbip shape He was given most
appreciative ap and capital. The telephone is still in the air, as Held an examination of teachers at the business here with his accustomed 1
to test the practicability of this industry. pI i use.
The modern is I it Miami as d-.rected.: There were :20 enterprise and t
mayor not as once, hasn't been heard of since the Major applicants enthusiasm.

-..- Delicate refreshments and confectionswere merely a pivotal point about which the went North. ; 7 passed: Whites 5, ad grade; -- -.- -.. ,

B. Wise In Time. served, and every opportunity was varied interests of a community revolve, Rice & Tasker >, 3d grade: Colored, i, 3d grade; three Lake I
afforded the guests to enjoy a most but the skilled and trained leader in are very jublient overheir' failed to pass.I Worth Literary, and Social CUrt. ;

....... far TUB TtoriCAL Sax pleasant evening. The moon shone city economics. pineapple crop and will probably herewith hand the estimate for --a. -
By their efficient you
manipulation increase its .
'l'HV&SDA\11X&
For three years we have been living mverandah's bright on the beautiful lawn and broad of the corporate interests of capacity. school purposes for the school year of Roll Call.Quotations IJ. 1599. ,

needless fear of the storm which of the Burnham home,where their respective cities, Pingree and Jones Miss Effie Tucker and niece, Ethel 1899 anti 1900 which is as follows: I

probably bunt on us during the autumn the Club members and their guests weregathered have acquired a National reputation. Sterling left Sunday morning for Philadelphia J'un-hallt' text book_.. ........_.. $10000Coimtnictlun from James R Lowell.

equinox. It i is predicted that the fear to enjoy this, the first .social Given a to spend the summer. of school bouwH?.?. WK1 00 Selection from Professor at Breakfast j
capable mayor as the first Kent ol HI'buol liouw ....... ..... Tible-Mrs Sackett.
fat IOnDIhich have been desolating affair given their friends by the Lake Pines are going fast and ? _? 2 Worth requisite for a town's success, much finding good Repair of w'bix.I hum**..._._ __.. 20O 00 Selection from
. the North will be duplicated in the Literary and Social Club. still remains to be accomplished by its market, which will be more than apt to Insurance w.hool bou*!..<._........ KM (it) Paine. n..tbone-31n. t

: South daring the autumn. As we have residents. No city life is complete that increase the acreage to twice its capacity Incidental evH-u| of HtbooU...?_ 400$
.er Faroltureuf ........__ Knickerbocker History Mr* Moses
i. enjoyed perfect immunity from these cannot furnish its different classes 'with thercoming season. auhoolll.y. TOO 00
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I'er lli-iii & wl.age; of inhool board.. New England
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savage visitors for three years. it talliesnth Love at First Sight. something of mutual interest and enjoy Ceo Smith, of Hypoluxo, expects to la .ldentalerwnsesutsvhrtollxrerd.. iuiff,
Mrs.
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( \ probabilities that the prediction '.. meat ; some rallying punt about which move) Union and become permanent salary of County Mipt ____... WtoOO Longfellow Mr. Anthony ;

nay have in it a modicum of truth The Written for THE TaOPICAL Sen. can gather with equal freedom the I settler As he has bought fifteen acres Salary of teat'ber. of 26 wboulN.. ? i)450 00 Stowers Hawthorne.Bell. Holme! Mr.. I
; Mrs.
South is a large phrase, and covers a They met at social) party bootblack and of the valuable Gruber { ,
much And soon got acquainted quite well; owner of stocks and: orange grove land there Total........... .?. .._......._.__... J1SOW Bryant, Mrs. Potter.
of
vast extent territory ; so so bonds
It was love, of course at ant Bight, ; some form of amusement and John Marshal and Mr. S tin sal have As this program coucliult tbe ret lew .

that there might be several tornades But why, they never could tell entertainment that each citizen can feel returned from the Everglades with a Warrants were issued siuce last meet of the American authors taken tote
and be touched. is III-|
his
we never lie thought: there was something about her very own. good. supply of alligator hides. They ing to pay teachers' salaries to flax study during the past it decided
i in rear was
than I
Nothing will please us more Fairs
bo very bewttehingly sweet; are wonderful helps in this report very low water or lower than has amount of 1340.00. to begin the Judy U 1
English literature
this ratter to be proven a false prophet, Mayhap twos a curl or a dimple, matter, but as Miami has assumed possession been known! for'years. I re respectfully ask the County Commissioners with novelists
for few people live in a more exposed Or the dress so pretty and neat of this, West Palm and purLs of the i
Beach muloo' st Chas. Hall of to levy a tax of five mills i9th
in century.
Boynton the
was
place or are less prepared to meet such A something there was, he was sure : elsewhere,. and we the t.
propose a"Wate. city Thursday last, of G. on taxable property of the County.: Mrs. Anthony and )Irs. ,
guest J. l-'euno. Sackett
an emergency. But as the dukey says, That made him her subject and slave, Festival." If the idea is were
not
"We have the feeling In our bones itseoldn' '6 And he vowed to make her"his own" original with ns/we Mrs. Hall expected to leave for her Respectfully presented, appointed ss commi'irc: t>> l'tfp.1fe.u.gram >

Or sink in despair to the gore hope some one will former home at Hudson N. Y. on Saturday Z T. MERRITT, SupU for the ensuing ni..tth.
A little and
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preparation inform when
us and where such
She loved him for the "cut of his hair," a thing and secured a couple af alligatorsand -- ...
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precaution sharp edge Or his beautiful has been. For lack of horses floats cannot The request of Dr. Brl dtt ell to transfer
cream cravat: two canes to to friends
carry at that
hex disorder If not_his hands were_ "50 white"_ be had, but decorated boat mill.. -,--- Ralph and Elsie Broadwell from In_ How "Seedless" Fnilu Come. .
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Vur twenty.four hours preceding the certainly loved him for that. have as find, an effect as floats. "'''\1: .. pitH! to Neptune granted. The follow rf -- -

destruction of New Richmond the Whether in the aniuul, ve ,,':dJf' or
at. And M they strolled in the moonlight. Let prizes be offered for the most Epwortb League Program. ing teachers were appointed for the mineral world Naiuie .,'

Btospherk conditions pointed to a crifj. Their love soon ripened to bliss, I, beautifully decorated bout, and invite all ... school year bubj.ct to revision at the isatwa)* <.U40g!

It Is refTttted that they were not wal nell And sweeter and sweeter it grew. the towns in the vicinity to bring theirL'1OSt SUNDAY, JUNE 25-3 p. m. next meeting : ing. KierjrtbiiiK i.i changing under

specifically by the Signal Service, but no Till the soft tips clung in a list. natural laws. Man lain *tfJ Bli,T of
beautiful girls and most beautiful Subject, "Spiritual Growth"-Mark Miss Ruth Rickards, Mangonia, No. 6; these
local eonmuntcatioo existed between Aud ere the first meeting was over, boats to compete. Have queens and c6'32. 4 Miss Lulu Angevine, assistant, West chances to change tVm! tall.

the doomed place and the Department Mectluglhe econd-l was planned; maids of honor who Palm Beach further,and in the dirtctiu'i of lug needs
But before"third'could be reached. are to be crowned Leader-R. F. Wbitehurst. No. II ; Miss Mamie M. Some fruits *

and they went on unchecked to their She gave him he|heart and her baud. in the evening as a finale to the da>'s Lord's Prayer-Congregation. May, Emglade, No. 9 ; Miss Maude smaller U naturally have fewer and .
se:> than niters We select
(ate. And to these butterfly lovers entertainment. Let this become an institution Opening Song No. 127. Ohenchain. Biscayne No. 13; Miss them for propagation.
It la none too soon to mature plans in West Irene Rickards assistant Again we select:
Continued until they were wed; I Palm Beach and see Prayer, Lemon City, from their the fruits .
for protection of life and property in And before they were married a year. what it will do for pleasure and business. Song No. 150. No 3 ; Miss Ida F. Merritt, principal, smaller and progeny fewer stale c jnuininf

the event of such a catastrophe-to prepare They forty time wished they were dead I IJAMBa The origin of fashion is said to be the Reading on Subj Leader. Miami, No. 15 ; Miss Jeannett Oben- until fct leivth
obtain !
we a seet'ltss
and thai escape it. As "only the C HARRIS desire of every woman to distinguish Prayer. chain, assistant, Miami No. 15 ; Miss I that we have semil sort So it happens

.expected happens" this will be thePklt .. herself in some way from every other Song No. 94. Leila Faris, assistant, Miami, No. 15 ; ** l.alla..41 CJrli&grap.s. ;\!"
apple, .
event conceivable.. woman. Towns have Miss Dollie Richardson! pear* tlC.'uua agopotatoes
happy the same desire; Reading-Miss Lulu Angevine. Cutler, No. 18
formed
E- II. & Phantom Party each desires some distinctive feature Alto and Bass Appointment! of the other teachers laid sad matured a 1,1.1tIIIc.! :|
Duett
with
Chorus.
._ .__.. ity of seed balls or apple ike
-+e ----- -- that is *- true vine
peculiarly its over until next .
own. Nature affords Remarks on Subject-Leader.Praer. meeting.The of the potato
4 Hits The Editor Hard. "What is a phantom party, papa?" West Palm Beach facility following wartents were issued nIle.l w we rivlrtae
.. asked Willie. every a I el i-ball. The rcasou i b slut
for poutoe*
this form
of picturesque for payment of general
display, andy Spiritual and expenses :
This is the view of a Georgia' editor "You'll find that out later in life, nt before some other city takes it i it Subject-Members Readings and Visitors Remarks on CuurlfK Jonloo supplies for SIll. 3, have lung been cultivated for ti fetus

takes of the failure of the Georgia peach I boy," was the reply. will be best to give it careful considers up No. -I and la _._ ...__._..._ '6 G:! The tubers have been in r"-t la

crop 'The failure of the peach crop "When I am married !" persisted tion. We cannot conceive: of Song 91. Hay Itbxavne Pub. ('u., pub examination number and size by selection, and lift
I anythingmore Special Prayer. and notice for bids onluiiine. vines glee to them the
little fear Willie. natrUneul
cottccras ms not as we that beautiful thai a long line of boats ..Announcements.ClosiDg "hulIl ..- .._._..... 54UA. the a-hich
thoN .ho are accustomed to pay theirabacriptkms "Precisely, my boy," answered his fringed and festooued with the W. iaruitt. iiiil<>nire&: JKrilii'iu -11111 wild potato vine gave the stab
purple Song No.
with the juicy fruit will be father. "When you are married and and gold .and scarlet of every flowerthat League Benediction.119. E. II. MUJC. -.. 5 lel fruit.-Rural New \Vrker.

of home late from the club J. W.Jaek.on, -- -
nabletouBdany other way settlingaccoaata come you will blows. The flowers -
used in decorating Come all ye that love the Lord and let with 3 days! at examination 21 in
To be sure, the fruit is nearly occasionly find something in the nature all Wanted.A .
are made
of tissue paper, your joys be known. Join in a Z.T. Merritt, salary M.I ysmlJuue 100 00u
I for eating bnt t of a phantom sitting up_" which renders soug, -.
i always too ripe purposes them incapable of fading with sweet accord while, we surround His Theory&I'raetlceex-: -- -
, wt console ourselves by planting the This was the point at which Willie'' in sun and wind. Throne. I' pntw on eiara. {tuprro & p *t'g 210 good, strong clarinet e r carats

in the future to mother hastily carried him to bed .. \f J. B. Taylor, in Ilex of .No. 1072:
sometime away Charleston player who is either
seed hoping Tenn. is ---- a
painter
small aid
a
town, 0 I gone: antrny.....__..__.?.. W sign
own a large orchard and thus be recompensed declaring that she would not permit himto I but lor thirty-five years its citizens have splendid violin, fifteen years in use P. C. Jones xcat'g curl W.P. B., writer, a baker or a taTpf'rtl'r: to cone.

for oar arduous labors."-New"orl listen to such outrageous exhibitions i maintained the custom of an annual la first-class condition, can be bought for Feb, Man and April_ GOO pond with S H HAPr-gxsuT,
Guide. I of masculine hnmor.-Chicago Post. 1 for $25.00. Instrument guaranteed. I __
yruII aan's ride on the Biwasse River. Sec'yLake
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E. H. S, Address "Violin," care TuriCAi Sun,.I The Board adjourned. Worth Band,

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i' THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, THURSDAY JUNE 22.1899.

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f,> BRAVE AMERICAN- CHILDREN a I THE BALTIMORE TAILORS s ; gs gg sgga3m:.'. Trff

!Lt Bam of Them Played ImparUBt FsrU lithe
:ABE SAFRANEK & SON
Wu of the K.TolnH... ,

. 11 ,. Children played ad Important par MANAGERS Of J* Does Your It
In the war for Independence.The I Stationery .

first martyr to the cause of liber The Three Friends .
ty was a little Boston Boy, and in the "
closing scene at Yorktown a sligh Tailoring Company Suit You ? z
form stepped forward lad of nine .... .
I LAMENT OF A UTTLE GIRL. teen-and received the fallen Britisl 4

standard. SUITS AND PINTS MADE TO ORDER,
My brother Will be used to be Boys and girls seem to hare been tbi
Next his
to there is .
.j Tin nl<' *t kind of girL same one hundred years ago as the; wearing! apparel mulling

II* wore A little dress like me are now. They were active at the Bos and
Cleaning Pressing RepairingA is shout
a really neat man 110 particular at
And Lad hit! hair In curl. ton massacre and In the bun.ng of ef

;. W* playt-J with dulU and ted sets then fiVes! in South Carolina. The street) Specialty.FIT :. '" the quality and ppearauee[ of bill Stationery.
And every kind of toy; swarmed with them. They Ltd to betaken _

But all thoM good old times are gone into account: by friend! and foes I m WORKMANSHIP! GUARANTEED Amlinverytrulh.it does proclaim his bus Linesg P
i ti'tll turned into a boy. Mien Ethan Allen set forth to thnul

t- Mamma had made him little\ nulls, the Tory printer Ilivlngto-i of New !' WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. as a neat lilting and stylish suit of There is no argument

'F With jKK-ketn In the pants, YOlk, who had been abusing the patriots -
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Alit cut off all hU yellow curls in his paper a crow of boyi clothes proclaims the man. in bvor of paying more thaa
And cent thorn to my aunts gathered around the tall figure in tarnished .
And Will he regimentals and loudly cheeret G.WDNERa& $410 for nr make of wheelin
r wa: *} plowed, I believe .
r He almost dance with Joy; the hero. But no fight canu. off. am the worJJbctl: tbat lath* I
It will l if it is
k; fl'it I must own I didn't like I the disappointed boys were d'egustet! SeN. price of popular heels! which f

Will .turned into a boy. with Allen.A have been leaders for so many'
boy was at the head of the mob ii furnished you by I
I hare to wear frock Just the same, 177S. Those too young to bear acme year and are leaden stir. theBICYCLES

And now t11'Y'1'lUol'tly white. found ways to show their zeal for lib Jewelers and Opticians
I have to sit &:1' jr.s.: !hI! quad, erty. They worked In the trenches
J k- Whl!II' Will can climb and light, they drove the teams whea fortlfica the right kind of a house, present a nice appearance -

1ft lint I must keep my dresses nice tons were built, they .acted III scoutsOnl' Watches. Hocks, .Jewelry ,
: and make good which
And wear my hair in curl; a impression,
of
of the best accounts our arm)
Musical Goods etc.
Strings, .
And "worne-oh tJonstest thing of all- b
on Dorchester Heights was written )
I bate to stay a girl! Jenmiab Baler, but eleven years old J would not be the case if you used shoddy

who tended his father's horses througl Stationery Ink Blank Books
i QEN. LEE AND THE CIRCUS. that night of anxiety when the Britisl! I paper that was poorly( printed. "pioneer, 20 year old whetl$"

attack was expected.In Now while speaking of houses that
are
DEPOT
NEWS ,
'1.. u..t.. I. Ih_ hnw IS.eD>. a Proper the mean time the girls did servlci

Amutrtuntt as scouts and spies. When the wad DAILY PAPERS. "right," we must not fail to mention Price
Hl"n"nJl HoU-rt II Lw, be famou. was carried Into the Southern State $40hll
ConlnlrratP eommaa.ler was as kind It became unusually bitter, tor It waf r
) Je i
Fine W at tcl ] w elry Reuairin[ iI
IIt'Rtlt..t and l 8iutpliinauuered as ht a TOUT between neighbors and families I ti Ttw 'II..rc'_ e < I
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"':all ltrni t! and aM While preslden' Tory feeling was strong. While th IX ALL HR.UClIi:8.SemnDle taught RAMBLE makers bow to ::
!a of Washington and Lee University royal army was near many concealetthemselves The ;
build the best wheels on earth 1 j
; Ylrclsli. la the hitter years of his life in the swamps, and thei I I
r> h<, wen gjvutly beloved by the children the girls were of service. They car Block: West Palm Beach. cheaper thatTknyone i else, and j

J "whom he loved In return. It was hit rid food to their fathers often going they a doing just} that.

i delight to cite the little oiu s pleasure to them at night, always at th' risk ol
I'MftHsor Xilhon'a two little girls their own lives and of betraying thE CALL AXD SEE .AN U.J ..
were great favorites. The Genera. hiding places of their dear ones. Clematis Avenue Tropical ..1.". fw c.,.( v.,

wonlt turn and ride with them whet When De Platt was imprisoned! ir

tliejr! met encourage them to talk oltltett New York his daughter was so persistent Supply Store-:: I t BICYCLE HOSPITAL, I Im
dolta sad playthings and then escort in her pleadings with Sir Henrj
thPUl home with as much gallan Cliuton that he was glad to release o. S. ADAMS Hrop'r. J

try a. if they were young ladies. He his captive.A ::-West Palm Beach. Florida, -- Sun 1

mild alight, ant helping them down Connecticut mother st'lall bee J. D. MATHIS Piopneior. ;
t. tram the pintle old lion they both sons, the youngest but fourteen lit ,
rifcte, he would part with a kiss from soon returned as he uad no musket (luccc..rt. Br... _. 9.aeryaidGr.ceryC.) Vihidden'sMaret/ k kIs '
""", b- and take
i She said, "Go back a gut
glace th> birtrt rreshyterin rule ot from the enemyl"Aieyander Vy Motto-'Hjuirk Sale and Small Profits I Which eirjoys a well merited reputation for !

-, r the Nrlhou household way rudely Hamilton at seventeet Goods and Prepared to Supply !
: Bakery I
I furnishing highgradework.. TIlE SUN has
.!nx .ked l'y the tleneraL A circus was articles discussing: thE r
I- was writing with *
i mining to town and. as Professor and adientages of open rebellion againstthe Family Groceries you F
the beat equipped Job Office along the East
r )Ira. NVUon left for a visit of several mother He was then 8 I -

r digs, they barged: the chiMren on nc student in King's country.-now Columbia-Col .....My Specialty. Coast, and is better prepaied now than ever Good! Meats at tiling Prices
t al'.l1ut to So the two little girls t
pa. lege. He with '' students, wentto
Goods delivered free to
bung over the fence, listened! to the Lambs offering to assist' It any partof Fresh Pork j [
Capt the City or across the Lake. before to meet all the requirements of the ,
l and envied the
tnn' <% children that the cannon that defended thE
I securing
IlJIlW'tlon their way to that tented pa ill Orders Given Prompt Attention. Beef,
i i-ity trade in that line. i
radi>e. lir they never once hoped to The British men-of-war in tilE Goods First-Class and Fresh. Highest

i i R' rr""t.largl'r crowd of chil stream: fired upon them bu the littU prices paid for country produce. Poultry
dree t! an ever came along and in I
i their nIL wall General Lekeenly band brought away every gun. nuy of me and 1 will nine yon money 6-1-97 High-grade Work Eggs.
to us at eighteen. HE .
Lafayette came
:
enjoying the applnw. of his little' pro- i
teiri' The little Nelson girld Joined the had a girl wife in France, and she en Native Meats a specialtyYour
Is the kind THE SUN does
('ourngt d him. He was such a help tc ,
pirty without a word when he asked Geo. S. Hacker & Son
Washington that in the Valley ForgE ,
tWtu t" conic along with him. Soonthey Patronage Solicited
wanted him out of I
Washington never
'", were all In the tent and whent II
!. !'" performance began all ware given his sight lIe was the sunbeam of thai I and the only kind. We have found throughan <, Market on BaiiHii Street,
Kid winter. and bore the cold, tht
nerred waU the of the circus.
by owner .
and loneliness without a murmm. 11.12 WEST PALM BKACH.
"Mother. we went to the circus," hunger. experience extending over a number of
was the erecting! of the children on
their parents' return. "Wnv, ('hHdrt'ndIdn't years that it pays to do this, for when you ,
A l M..w.w..T oa tb. TtXk
I tell must not said
you yon j1ol" The Dade County State Bank
titer mother. "]tut General Lee took At the training station at Xtwport if once get a customer he will stick, knowingthat ,
w-." "1.", well" aid their mother, "11 a toy who is a naval apprentice in onE West Mm Beach Florida.
.. Leral Lee took you that's all right" of the lowest divisions\ an. yet a veteran what is done for him will be done RIGHT, ,
After that going to the tircm was akcttliuate of the Spanish war. He is 14 years .
auuoeuient for children. of age, and yet was In battle of Santi and in a manner that will be both pleasingand Authorized Capital, $100,000.
ago. He beard Commodore Philip ol
I. 1h. W""d -*ll.r Oame. the Texas when he said to his crew attractive. Paw Up Capital. 15000.
: ; "Don't cheer, boys; the poor devils art
woodseller
.lying." The lad, while not ni the department I OFFICERS
f atiidi ItiHudlng the ever-jX'ptilar for- rolls was a member of tht MANUFACTURERS OF :

fclln. Any uuuiLer of persona may join Texas's crew at the time of the fight. And that's the E. N. DIMICK, President.
ft In the game. and in fact all through the war. Doors, Sash, > U. D. HENDRICK80H. Yiee-Presldcat.

i TLit iron who starts tft game The boy is Thomas Watson. lIe baa GEO. L. BRAHNING
Cashier.
1 vrr:ten the name of some kind of wood 1 brother in the crew and when thE Blinds, MouldingsAND
r na a paper, and folds the patter so thatmac hlp was about to sail for the front he Cheapest after all.Even Office
Hours From a. m. to a
9 m.
p.
tau can nee the word written upon NUiuKgled himself alioard. lIe was I
l He then goes around, all tin rest of cured for in concealment tOt some Material General ;
Building Business
Banking Transacted
layers being Heated and says: lays, until, stowaway-like. he madE ,

l hare a load of wood to lit'lL"l.c'b :lis appearance on deck when it wae CHARLESTON, S. C. though might be able to send else CoIhctlon'promptlyrrmltrcd on lay ojrtrvlpt.
j"-rson in turn asks: too late to set him ashore. Once at you Drsfu bought and livId ... the prlnrfiialrititii -
"What UadrT'e the front he might as well b-' kept on ti' Largest Factory South. of the tnitl'tlStllll'll. 4-: -U7
where for and !
Stationery save possiblya tO'DOOGIIUE "
your
E [ answer Is: the Texas as any other ship of the Send for Prices. ,
t Tlnd out." fighting line, so the officers acceptedthe
few cents on an order amounting to several
TUeo the person mentions out kind, situation. -, .

I h and If It happen to be the wrung one, The boy soon became proficient in -- dollars remember that time is consumed and .-
i r the. wall:eller goes *b the UP't. and so such duties as his strength would per. ,

ou. until it U finally gueaixl right wit his performing, and being a delays occasioned in doing so and that if
,
! M'h-n the right one is named,. the one bright fellow it was early seen that THE ALL 'ROUND

; f i narriug It becomes \\'uod elle) ,. he would not prove a hindrance in case Anadvertisement mistakes should occur you will have more or
:, j All who make mistakes must pay a of action. In fact there Is evident
forfctt to redeemed at tb end of that he conducted himself in a praiseworthy less trouble in getting them recvifiel. =PHOTOGRAPHER
the came. Thoe who nain.a wood manner. He admits that he ,
tvilcr pay The list of woods la a longs was scared nt times during rue action.

one but the N-M known on'-1 are the Upon the return of the Ship to New- 8 Has come to shy in Vest Palm
very outs that the players are most York he was taken for enlistment in The Sun Guarantees
apt to overlook! in naming; them. .\ thi navy in regular order, abel' had it inTHE Beach and is now fully prepared to
Clever iiernou can u.ake roUt.!. fun by ixx'U necessarythe entire shin's company
the manner of calling out M.4\ wares would have vouched for him. Satisfaction do work to gratify his patrons.Studio. .
And another by witty rejoinders.

K.-... Thy "'...1..1 J-..... The feunpendiMl I'lal.. SUN p

The Knke of Wellington! the great Many a boy has had an Intense lot 7 opp. Masonic Blocs
general who defeated the Emperor .>f fun from the use of what he termsa and is right here at home, where it stands .

Kaptdeon at the battle of Waterloo : "sucker" generally mad from apiece will
ready at all times and under all circumstances WEST PALM BEACH.
wa very fend of children. He IOTI'i1tu of leather to which through a
have them as his Jru"tit4" and they hole !in the center he attach' a string
loved him. for he seemed to understand and with this bit of leather when wet, to fulfill its contracts to the letter. It you .I

without ls-ini: told just what he is enabled to lift stones and other bring results Red Spanish and
satisfied with work have
I!til- toys and girls !ik.>d. are not you may

One day when HHIU small visitors
haplienetl( to be in the nvrtery at gotten elsewhere and wish a change in the Fancy.. ...u.-

fctrathncld! his home, he walked and will I .
up and fVIII.1 the yimngster at tea \ style or grade of your Stationery, PINEHPPLESlips

He ctanrei at the TaMe aud noticed
that there was no jam therVltboat .
i \ a word be rang the hell violently. bring 'em quick. Send in a trial order and SuckersFor
A footman appeare I and stood 0
l .I
pt'trlti"j; :....,. the goodness to nndeivtanil.1Mid Just it. for anything you may needin Sale of lljf *0110.1"ri..ti..... tU
th'' duke in a voice o' thunder try Abliaka, Porto Rico

"that *'hen children are invitd to m.. Smooth Caenne,

, liaise.- to tea they are always to have' the ollice or counting room-Letter Heads, Egyptian: Queen,
\
r I "ti h.- tt-partcd. and before he wn I Note Heads, Statements Tags, Envelopes: Rij.ley Queen Golden Queen,
t out. ''e'->SM>t a shout wet.1 up tlm White Antigue,

, must !- if reminded him If Waterlo i. SUSPENDING THE PLATE 1 Cards, Bill Head, Bills of Lading, Counter t i'ernamhuco, ........
heavy materials, but here !is a sucker W. R. MITCHELL

, k -, ).I..t ....m.. be never dreamed of. Take an ordinary I Pads, Circulars, Dodgers, Hand Bills!!, Pamphlets Early iMKrrr ran 1.. mall. .Hrt.:D.v.r ill ib f.. {
Shoe
r .\ "-vmrvtltlon In pirklnz; up and car radish if you can get a large one, Repairing Neatly Done, Har trom this llnnUfloubiitlnicYcfn "fiiknl.
6 r- tying potato caiiM much uierri! so much the better, cut it away at the ness Sewed and Repaired. or in fact anything that you may: want Inht .......1 h_ Apply I.
rii'fc' at a party. Hare four rows MXIn bottom leaving: a flat surf-K-e apply
a 'o\\, of raw Irish potatoes.: TOP this to a dinner plate and yo i will find Out-oftown customers will receive I in the line of PRINTING C.C. MATTHAMS.
P l i'hi:" a n are called out at a time an'l they will become attached fiiends. promt attention. Shop on Olive Street, Florida
,g r each assigned a row. The object is t<' next door north of TROPICAI.SUN Build. Pineapple Company,

t pick rp with a 11D1lllllllvt.r spoon each Saw It In the Book. in*. 8-18 5 !G 97 West Palm Beach. Kla
a,pie of the Emerald Isle, ail walks .
s, Inc the It'ngth> of the room with It. to "What is an average?" asked. the ; And we will

dI.lt; : It safely on a plate. A difficult teacher. I Brelsford Bros
i iI
r DifltUT. Indt 'd! and great is the temp- The class seemed to be puzzled, buta ,
fcil.m In a crisis i to give the potato a very little girl held up her hand. I I II t WHEN in Jacksonville be sure and vi..
liltW *l ov t- with the fius.'r or any. "PI'atitIt.s what the hen lays her Real Estate and Insurance I please you==sure. it your Old Friend, who will surprise
thin; ,: oat may hold in the other hand eggs onrBewilderment! I you with Bargain* in

Thin, however. I* not allowable. _\I followed but the little P.UBEACH, FLA Dry) (foods (Clotliin and
ti! end of three niinntps' -time" b girl Jnstfied herself by pointing! out in UentV .
railed and the f(' v contestants ;give i i I the textbook a place where it said: Notary Public. Cottages to Rentl'Uht..nU't' Pa ATA 'UIIIMIII) ..... ..._

plJI't'n] fiir ot'iH-iN. after *tfe POtatoes The hen lays 200 eggs a year on an D. SINGER Manager,
1'iillilini;. North of II Britljsetrttt,Near Buy.JAt .
11m' r arraL;rU a ain.a average. 6-1.1/i I'oiuclauaHotel. l1'l
y. a>bO.N VltlE, FLORIDA

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THE T ROPICAL SUN WEST .
PklM BEACH.' FIO JDA'
THURSDAY, JU E 22,1899." _

t. ,z .. MASONIC. :5 ;
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,I 1fDle- 'Principle* of the-Tastlt tloD. SPICY West E.U.DIMICK, "

."- : ,. East We. and South. Proprietor Mathushek PianosAre .
: The stWg<*t'inttflfec&Lave:
; studied the -
Palm
: : deeps and character of the teachings of 1 ianoft With a NitDf, ,

Freemasonry); Admitted their force and I Pianos That Have A RepufatLiO .,

ORDER b? PROTECTION 'efforts power for good and lent their willing Beach wc nl' l 0 nlm. They are the
to perpetuate the BRIGHTSPARKLING
institution. Tho : ; kind that 'lure! stood the tH& of
purest minds,in recognition of :
.... .. the moral
s>res e Warden Levi W. Slaw; i iV.I. ity'and virtue of Its inculcations, have .. ,' >>' ". DrugStore time ah': bUtt .:tti.tSftllL iiioll
... : : '.
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Sole*. yielded to its : rilical
Influence Bnd lIOught to musu-iatisioemy ".1.
The \ew England!: tifrder of Protection prolo gate it as a thing that is. good and .
They Are
whk'h. aa ita name Indicates, limits Its true and lofty and thus'through a great t -- Not

membeNhlp&0 rw1dcnta of the S..w. Frior many years it has been transmitted from old! style |III Don that hair Inn
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land states, hulamembership of a whore sproud generation; to all to ports generation of the,"habitable until it globe has ,I. and Royal Poinciana Pharmacy ell renU l as'd Mgr l for U years.hargajns"slain l lien vlter.

86,424. Accordingto intelligence prevails. To compro' nor ate
the latest re bend the real philosophy of Freemasonry they "cheap, Jaw-grade"pieoul

port. The condition wo must turn from tho outer.tho material -DEALERS IS- made to cell "at half prit'*."
of the order man to the interior, 'invisible nature

ban neter boon which forms the superstructure upon These are the expressions Every Piano Is New .

\\ than more at satisfactory present I. tual which being.snort man's spiritual and intellec ; Drugs, Toilet Articles, and every part I III ma Mathuhek
'tho increase of t In 1784 there were two grand which can be heard Fs" ';,
lodges in on asides ll Fine. which is aguaranttrthesitwilt
membership ltaavaehua'tte-St. John's grand lodge, Stationery and
xtho past year excowling 'with 80 lodges, and Mobsucbufictte' grand ,. ,, last a lifetime.

j any for six that years of lodge Kansas;.with 20 a lodges.In brother. who has concerning the newscolumns Druggist Sundries. Why Take Chances ,

preceding. LeviW. 1 pecuniary on cheap rlDOItLu[ the
obligation to his OKI
lodge in the
r Shaw of Bosr form of of and y
.
ReliaMe
;
Malhu
prontiasoryi0ote: .hek
: or mortgage is not an Prescriptions can t.*
ton, who was Carefully Compounds) '1
that
Recount barred from } bought
1"1 UVI w.BUAW, elected supremo taking demitTbe East Coast Business a t price anti UN** to '

warden of th&VMar a ,.the reoent soosloa ,Mtsbourl; Freemason says, "A Ma Solicited.! suit you? There are more clan

o: trio supreme lodge at Boston, id and son's word ought to be good at oil times WEST PALM f BKACH.1MM.. ( i. 15,000 Alathnchek 1..jcot la .,
thoroughly conversant with Its needs and under all circumstances, but if it is = the South.
capable of not the fault lies not in the order Vou ShoiM:! tsars
directing Ita destf ntea. He was but i in TUV .
Advanced from the individual member," One"
the offlta of iDpreina viou Chinos TWO !
warden and bos Wht'n a brother who.. Una. K... nnrln'IT1 Genuiut' 1\h.lIlIlJ.IL 1-'uM
-.. doinonstrated. in various -- .n.. .al..."" >"""'" -" -----.--.. -: & ....... .
Ui 6I' poIilUona hw titneBI. .for hla plCl ODt master of a lodge in Texas refuses to re- di 4L lLTROPICAL n "- --Wa J 7 are only told \iyUJDDKNVl.m.S'S.M ;
high office. ceive or conform to that part of tho Install \ 'I

Supreme Treasurer John P. San born of tion ceremony known as too past KEE Proprietor. I : : ft.

Newport R. L, master's degree, taxing never received Fred
report: General fund, it. liana 3U.a

o balance March 81, 1806.: 13.257.81' ; reecipU -., .the old muster will{ hold over. Shirts ........ ...... ... ... -'. .. 10p I 21i!) sat:: Hay St. Jact"onvUJ.., 'fr.11. '

134.439.48; payments, 34141.05: Every Masonic organization should sro OK-o' Front ..... ..... .
baknce March 81; 1809, $3.646.24. that its officers who fill any fiduciary paid Collars...... .... ... .. ?.. ...... .. :!f..ra'i.adbb'SlairtWaists. f'1 1- --

There bad been DO accumulation in tho Ilea shall give bonds. Cuff.. .. .. .. ............. .............:7'sr! .' You -
'Em:
Buy
benefit fund the put year but the assessment There are no subordinate lodges in Ma- .... ..._.............1FIr.ST.ss > I I !Serv .Eat"! '
clls have been so arranged that sonry. Their proper title is lodges or con : OYSTERS ward a.. y.m Uic It wWI !

then had been sufficient money in thu stituent lodges. It there were no lodges : WORK Uturrn vouwnit.0 a.Strvtdlnhtylc ra.an.lt ... .,a'Mi vl '.It-*...
treasury to pay all death claims without grand lodges would die out for lack of GL'.11LtNTEIh.Banyan Kt-lrr IoIl1l'lltJlluU w. *

delay. constituent bodies to keep them alive and Street WEST PALM 11EAC1I. WILL : "Url.i.aedcie'M W'UUlUI1''
2-2 e
Supreme Secretary D. M. Frye reports renew their membership in a legal Ulannero ulIveStnrt. W-.t
M ludflui Instituted during the past yvar On the contrary, lodges could exist 1'.1. Iwwb
and four oonnoUdated, leaving 298 lodges as they formerly, existed ithout grand ------ -- f 0

April I. 1800, a net gain of 20 for the year lodges l or any organization whatever. .SUN. -- .

There were 8.443 applications received _-0-o-o-o.oo.*
last year of which 8,262 were approved, ODD FELLOWS. 0 BURKHARDPS ;
June
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1 rejected and ta days
23 rotornud for .
001'1'00Uoa. i
There have been 240 deaths Itespeet Dae to Deceased Members. .:.CEREAL SNAPS.
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The membership includes 17,638 males Friendly Grips. I
and 8,788 female There There l" probably nothing which We Have
are 25.431 bone III) im- a New Cookie
ficial and 808 social members. presses tho outside world, and i irtioularly The OLDEST This .
and Week.
those who BEST
Too DeS gain In membership for the are most closely c nnl1l't'd with
past year wm 2,633 beneficial aDd 83 so- tho doeo trial a total of.8,717. clots attend tho obsequies of a dectastxl! in lulailelphia. very tri"lc by the mrtst wiled take ry
brother in a body. Such an occasiop li newspaper published in the who pack Ihvui for lixn-r.t slii.n the dun fc.4 1i...ut*..: Itwtle.
one when a kindness | >eiit, 110 untidy hands: 8.
RED of this kind will i Booties from start to finish. : knuilt lime.
.MEN.
. I never be forgotten by the loved ,
Our
ones left County. Each Cookies
are the
behind but week very best that
Autll.R Are will always remain fresh and' they duce. They cost us I'hila.Wi.Ua{ ran bra
Tribe.
Prosperous. green in their coiisi.lerably mare than the! ,.,
memory, and you can rest but we sell them nil loaf.
at the
Stray Arrows.If assured that those bereaved same price wu alt aal.d
, ones will ever contain the commonest lemon tu pay f.ir g
a tribe has cherish tho kindliest or ginger
..... ... _just,_ one__ _energetic. .. memaffairs. n'gard for the members snap-
..... YO."... IIl''U'aftftll.''' 1.lUll 6norgJ rolie trUltt of tho ordl'r wht"h 1.,...._.._'t ._. .ft. ... .."" 12 cts.. ocr nOllnrl.
n----- "" wuu r -- t" .u.
It will brother.-Lodge Record.
prosper providing that a Utxxl cakes
the friendly'and harmonious fueling pervades A very large number of sick and dis g We will be pleased may be to cheap have but cheap cakes arc NOT r: ...! A
membership. When a tribe is Ian tressed members you sample llu-se gads T
ore
being

fulshlng would has be the it prosperous is dry because rot of,luzineu.the it entire must If membership hustle a tribeS due the Civilization cities.general relief committees cared of tBo for varir by All the News i L. \V. BURKHARDT, fe s! C CiM'S.P


Business docs not come to him who waits hand. and fraternity go band in
Just in proportion to man's civili
Indianapolis BuUetin.William : ,
, ration, 80 docs his (heart bait in .
sympathy
1 E. Shepherd is now great and; good will to his fellows. --
sachem of Illinois and W. A.Hoover great i Tbo that IS News New Store !! In Goods I!

chief of regards.' is already meeting having of the a splendid S. G. L. in Influence.Detroit Rock Bottom Pates .


lear.In Pennsylvania hustling for gained palefaces 4,000 be members' careful that last city in Seventy one, evening members in an were encampment admitted recently in that! '..'" Tfi01VIASOf{ & S> OWf{, I I


4 you select only good ones, "such as you ,. if all members of fraternities would UVR Dealers in Dry Goods .
can Invite to CIo hospitality of your fatal the lessons taught them in the Shoes, Ladies' and Gentlemen's '
lodge
I I/ board. room bow much brighter the world would not only from West Furnishings and Notions. :I '
Several be. Palm
new wigwams have been dedi F
We buy for wish, j
cated In and sell
Massachusetts reservation re I The grand sire has decided that for cash, so give; lower ,rinw
post credit. | thin gton i
cently. ft grands may form social organizations! Beach and immediate Our motto w, Quirk 1 sibs,! unl'lIlIlIIlI' whore{ i
pro
vicin profit
The great' Ineohoneo has sent a deputy vided they do not usurp any legislative criminatu>n, but twit to all at wimp and no die: .
to Alaska where 1t.0-1f price, goodu) ore nil .
;
eight tribes
tunetlonswhkhmusttudoagtol'eoogn ;
fix Institution. .are ready. plainly miirkM] in figure. 'I''
of the order. ity, but from all points 01 .

An effort was mad; *the great coun .For 20 years and 20 weeks Roger Wil
cU: of Kentucky to f, the ago qnallMcatlon fume lodge of Rhode bland paid one of its [ I

next grout to 18 council/years,/r! ,n'i laid at Lexington over to the tick$5,300.members $5 per week or a total of note on the Lake and along THE BftRMHN H USEi'


. There are 18 tnuMTof gad Men 10 A)a. Over 80,000 Odd Fellows are enrolled the Is now open for Winter Travel.
boma. D. B. Boy is great sachem. upon the records of the grand lodge of railroad, thus makingit BEST 01' ACCOMMODATIONS._TABLB DESTTIIR i

: New York, comprising the elite of Intolli.glint -Baths in Gonneetlon. _MARKET WORDS.. I

UNITED WORKMEN. and honored American citizenship. : Rlltp 1"I\I-IOl1l1t.1t'. Short I ;
ensilv' Disl.m.fn.m ....
The J''IJOrt (if Grand CrtA.ntnM f* TT AIJ,1rNIII. : M...... CO r.o. ....... .. u.? 11.. *.
4 .leadld Gi.s IB the K....* JurUtietiom Lyman shows that there! are-723 lodges&in po. -- aaa.7.' .;). 4. r..AIHI1AN, WI-I T ".\I..si I Hi.\!.". FI
A.
i -Bench Sharlncs. Ohio, and that the total mciubcraLip Deo. < .:
: One 81. 1898, was 03,372; number of Rebekah
. year ago Kansaa was losing membenhip. -
After the clarified plan went lodges 885. THE '
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. into operation in July they lost members Maccabees. TRllVBLERS'J
for a little while until tho members began The
to realize that In 18'J3 there was but ono tent in St. Leading
nothing was to be Louis Familyof
with flewspaper
gained* by kicking and everything by Now there are a membership 23 tents with of a less than 60. NEW ,11ANACE51EN1'----; .

work. eo they took up the work at first of nearly 8,000. membership i FELIX GARCIA ,
chucking the decrease then Prop. Jacksonville
scoring a OIean 18 one of the liveliest Fla.
mail Increase Moccabce _
which -'
was .
Improved upon towns -
in New
York -- -
state. There Bade
monthly until the first three months of are four County Electric Lights, Electric
this show tunts; and two hives with a total membership tells, Laths; Complete ei\icc. ,
year a magnificent gain. of over 700. The Best .

The age limit being fixed at between 21 The official of $2.00'per day Hotel in Florida.
report
of the
W.and 43 years, virtually makes the A.O. U. : der in the several states progress for the month ort Tale car at the Union Depot ami ask Ihc I ou-luctor to
a young man's order. Btopal Uc !>; cltt.
March as sent out by the supreme tent, eras,
No restrictions are put upon the place shows that 726 now certificates were writ r -- -- .
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of residence of the members. .When death ton for Ohio' during tho month. This -

occurs away from home, all that is required number is a record breaker, being 'the Already THE SUN is a web ?
Is
proof of Identity. largest number of certificates ever written:
AU money paid on for Ohio in a single month since : <
assessments consti the.great f+
Lutes the beneficiary fund, which cannot camp was organized. come visitor to nearly every clis sTRoN1
be ,
used.for
any other
purpose. Many Pennsylvania tents have promised $

Tho mission of the order Is to aid its to secure a certain number of new mow home in a aYf W5AI.BR IN as......
members la sickness and distress to unite bers before the end of the year. The state this section
men In the bonds of fraternal fellowship is working for second placo.! Staolc
;
to pay the_widows. and___orphans_. ... of._lt._ de- and its: aff.ranf.iirn $ and Fancy OrnrmVs ';
-.t--""- .."... ...... w 9',1IIN UI' t"J,. KaIIlL.: o. I"'thl___. mare __ ,
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ooa ----- VA W v '
Major General James R. Carnahan
will
Brl Areanvm. have charge of'the arrangements for the features are bringing Grain and all Food Supplies.
display of the uniform new -
The salary of tho gJ'IUICilqfent of Penn- rank of the order '
at the dedication of the .1U
sylvania baa been Rathbone monument ,
Increased t
from
$600 to at Syracuse; next recruits I
$1.000. July. to its ranks each -.r* .
Massachusetts Number of members of the endowment OOUNTRPROD
getting a O1Oeon. ands 01D
rank
April 1.55,4
; insurance in force. .
>reaction from the dullness of lost year 1101,546,000 week. AINah mesh 'f:
Kept in
hassutln. 5 tck.: 9.+ :

i Jesse B. WodBworth b grand chancellorof Your Patronage Solicited ,
In Chicago tho order has. membership ,ng
Alabama. There !
are 158 lodges witha
of 18.000 and distributed to the widows .
total
and of membership of 7,583 in the state. 4n West) ,
orphans deceased members here in palm 'j3caoll .
-4 1898 alone over $370,000. The order was The membership of the order in Moesachtuutts. fI...

introduced in Illinois in 1878 and {in tbe according to latest report, la U- '
80 years of its existence baa disbursed to 474. TheN are 135 lodges. ,
"
its beneficiaries' In this state the sum of JudiciousAdvertisers W i

$3.214,077.. Knights of Honor. -------- -- __
Lodges of Greater New York -- --h __ _n_ __ '_ .
are pre- Q- x.u.nssrs ; :
Royal Neighbors. paring to entertain 20,000 persons at their STlarT.'j
The basis of representation in supreme picnic to bo held JUDe 27.

pumps was fixed at one for each COO mem The grand reporter of Massathaactts is 1 TH E MY SPECIALTIES

burs In the state and ODO at. !largo.. This I paid a salary of 11.200 per year tho grand .. : JI'ANCY 1
'
I leads up to the preposition to establish dictator gets (500 ::: ,

data supreme camps which was practically There were 16 deaths in the order in :: !
decided on. Rhode Island lout year. CORNER FAMILY: (:fcK'KRiv& V 1

The certificate fee- has -been reduced to Kentucky 3 .- ".\ I(JUKI)
pays cents mileage and $3 Realize : H''TS
f I. whteh reduces the 'whole cost of joln- per diem this hence the free ; 1 1lm"xu
; "
bur tho order to 'U6.' -..-. -- r'n r- I., F\XCYTF\S\.lI'II'PFf'S. .

The Woodman who wishes additional Order of Sparta. :: un U\J t:. Ii Y I| I<"llla IKJUJ[ AMI V I Ii
protection' can find no better society than I The permanent fund of the Order of use which they make of its -- J, ni.IJ> I.N SI-.ASOX.1'.elGTtt i i

the RaJal c1Rhbora.. Sparta amounting to over $200,000, is In- ,.

.. re.lenet : j edge vested securities.in first mortgages In tho 20 Y6lU'and&'other existence gilt colums and its increasing NEW STORE NEW I

The Foresters p of America.Aioettea4 Is a fraternal-.1 -. .of which the order is without.the trustees comparison can show aTecord as they GOODS COURTEOUS TFiffflEKT[ : E! 't

'
benefit society. hare had thus far no loss of any kind. popularity as an advertis- l'ronlpt) tree Ilelilery) on Roth: Sides
The membership 'of the order In theo This speaks well for the management and Iff illTale.. j
UDlt ....d stands at 160,000; 86,000 of of the clans of men'comprising the boardof

HUM be found In New York state. trust ing medium. J. F. OLIVER, Proprietor I


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'-.. h_ T Tn t'tOAt SUN. Wlsr PALM BEACH FtORmA..TlJnll. nAv.._ _t" ., t' 4" UI'I" .
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THE' TROPICAL SUN. I very reasonable HUgReelion of the { ,
{ MAN ON
THE
Pioneer Piper,.f trade Count), blonds board has resulted in your nau.e be- CORNER M.E.6RUBER UEALEKIN. '-

< ?" -, TROPICAL .hJg dropped from the lint o! teach .a. tHe ... HARDWARiCROCKERY

# iCS PCBUSHISG COMPANY ers." The "board," in thin sentence Hears Everything and Prints Everything ,

" GUY t METCALF Eottoa; H lettered at about the proper $!ZI'. He.Hears. and .
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PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY It might well hare been termed the --us.- 4. 0

AT Wilt PALM BEACH, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. lab." The "board" regrets etc Never Contends That Darkness Is Light. FURNITURE. :

t SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. 52.00 A YEAR. but "are determined that Dade Coun.j Bitter Is Sweet Salt Is Fresh. Tall I. ..... .

Entered at the ty teachers must chow progi se. By Short 01' That Wrong Is Right CXIILDRIw o+nrM... All Kinds of Boat Goads. i
PostofSc
M second clans of matter West Palm Beach order of the "Board." Z. T. Merritt .,. SUre Tta..,..Dear*Mal sad ..&

Sec'ty..' It has been as much as two days sinceI All Kinds of Fishlas Ttekfe and gjrt Ueefe.Guolint
TRt'RSD.W..Jt'N$ 22. 1899. g .
To'a stranger this heard remarks about
any
shell
peculiar road
treatment a
Stove*. .ihrf Flax Cerottat Ofl ato....
of the holder of a three yearn needed to the Lake Worth Cemetery. I GUanrare lamp and Uattraa KarrtoM .! ..*..Masry stud Fata I

certificate might seem strange; but I was asked yesterday if the petition ...Jfftil.. 0....,. Gives ire..aslt ttattete. lh.V"

k\k! to one familiar with the personnel of talked of had been gotten up, but I was >

g the County Board it is unable to answer. It does stem strange LEGAL NOTICES
1 only in keep ,
i that our County Commissioners
( {t will do
ing with the
Q mental breadth (1)) of nothing for this section unless coaxed

the dominatinfTppirit of the triumvirate threatened nr ntitimipd___n___ tin__[_ ttia.__,.' DADE COUNTY STTE BANK.
D I os \.i%. ito* Chairman. .,.
Not
shell road
I so we will have, for I beard two -

surprising is it then, that when Mr. ladies say so who always get what theygo Notice of Application for Bank

Harris enquired of the Board the after. Charter Recognizing the demand in West Palm

: ''sa eXI same night after their session, as to a a. -_." Beach for

i what disposition had been made The Man On The ,
of Corner heard three Notice U hereby given tbd the udeny ned

his application for reappointment as young men disussing the Congregational will apply to the Governor of the State of Good ice at Reasonable Rates

IIt principal, that they avoided and Church yard premises the other Florida{ for letter patent upon the following ,

evaded an answer knowing bow evening. One of them thought a few formed proponed pursuant charter to for the a Revised corporation Statute to be of Courtis Treat. of M Palm

.r sinnl! and uncalled-for was their ac dollars and a few days could be as proS. the SteU of Florida. and the acts amenda- ,

tably expended in grassing the yard and* fury thereof for can-flog on a general bank-

l tion.We putting hydrant water on it as by send lug DOHlneM at Went Palm Beach Cadexiunty The Arctic '
say uncalled-for and we .use tag it all to the heathen State of Florida. Ice Works
Phillipinea
the or
lr. term advisedly for an inquiry of Dated thin 10th day of Jane A. D. 1899.
other ,
would-be
p the brethren of these heathen E. N. DIMICK.
Supervisor
of the West Palm
r.f r. J IH THEs. Beach srhooll4l'lirits'the information lands. I think myself that the interest GEO. POTTER.. OF MIAMI, FLORIDA,
being taken in the services conducted OEO. W.LAINHAKT.

r.t f TOPICAL that no complaint have been madeto within, should stimulate thechurcb K, M. BKELSFORD.

t ti Ut1 him and none presented to the officers to do fomething to make the_ .- W. H. 8P1TZEK. Have this week arranged to carry afull

Board by him. More than thin almost outside premises appear a little more ARTICLES OF AS"OCIATiON. sunnlv., of ICA u"hi..: _n 111111.. nA ,fAU.un.ad A_
-- --- --- AAA v '6g_ .,
"' 4
every patron of the school has inviting-or at least a little less ,neglect. For the purpose of organising an Aiwocla- alf 111\4 U

r requested and urged Mr Harris to ed. lon for carrying on a general banking Dna parts of town promptly and regular.ly .

DAD COUNTY'S SCHOOL BOARD. place his application before the '.' iI of IneiM iheItrvt.ed8tatutesof under! and by.virtue the of the State provision of Flop, We will endeavor to merit your
\-
Board for the school for next year Not a business man, not a workingman ida sad acts amendatory thereof. patronage.
t What Ih }
citizens of this commuItbire The nnderalgued.. who
But, as was stated above, the Dade earning wages should fail to cootrib- he hare'oubucrlbed for
f and) mock: of theIIIiOtIIUoD:
ttltymq hereafter
( coupler
i theta County School Board cares precious ute his mite to the fund for this town's do enter Into the following Article of named Anno, l-L I
W'JUtltJy f'utitlt't) to is H. COOK
a matter Fourth of celebration. tation Local
little for the preferences or wishes ol July Every dollar : Mgr. i
t of piwioun little moment to the gars the school here. half dollar and quarter is needed. iBST-The name and vtyle of this ABMO- ,
1 Menira tbe patrons I Cash elating shall b& "Tan DIDB: CoUNT SUTS..B.llilt 1
cumJioing School prizes offered
County are in .
The treatment of the matter I every event ." -
[ MNtrd. 0evn( less importance! to and contest of the day. Every man will SICOND-The
brought to their attention plaee where iU banking house
the Board ill the sentiment and wit>he by the have a solid day's entertainment and it or-office shall be located and its operation jj
ladies
of the p-i ttrons I of the public school of this town practically ignoring : is but right that each one should con of discounting and depositing carried on, j

l them and their wishes, l is another tribute to the general (fund and Its general butdntwn! conducted shall be I !
here evidenced expense
At a by their action I WgKt Palm Beach Dade .
\ evidence of what those who interested Hundreds of visitors County, Stated .
will Horlda
are be here.
when In Mttfiou here lust Monday Help ; and the business to be conducted .
i in, and have to do with the committees to have as'good a program by said Corporation shall be that of County State Bank the original of which bOB .
But here are the fact, na nearly as bankIng general file In the office of the Secretary of State. n B. POTTEH, M. D..
school and
matters, interesting a day 11la
l may expect at the as possible (Signed.)
r swan certxin them : hands of tbe Board unless a THUD-The Board of Directors of the CoIDopUllhall E. L DIMICK. -!tS-SI ."ua8BAC1f. y
they come Attest FLAN
$phletime cine Ciiainnan Jacksonkd I eonskt of five shareholders, bay : I :
I to their sense either voluntarily or Apropos of this advice I would say Ing tbe qualification prescribed by law. Prnddent. OEO. L BRA SMXG,
.* Mr J. e.lfllrritt, principal of that I heard The first meeting of tbe 6.22 Cashier
by a much-needed shaking up. incidentally that one of share-holden for the S. UUitMIAN.M.U.SURGCON .
the achool aVut Palm Beach, The refusal of this town's leading merchants had election of Directors shall be held at West ,
the
School Board positively
betber li<* ..xpected to take the to Palm Beach, Dade County, State of Florida AND PHWCtA
t ( Junetutoinatiou refused to contribute to the .
celebration the !
cooperate with the townspeople i in on lath day of January. A. D. 1900. or JJOT1Cf

of teachers, and) sag their expressed effort and desire fund. This I can hardly credit, I at such other place or time as the majority Alto a tpttieJitt I* ,,..,.,,.

pwttd that lie bad Iwtter do so. Mr. materially to for the 1. m. referred to is one of the of, the undersigned may direct. Circuit Court Sntitth Judicial Cir Once at eMMeMW-Saltalrf CutUir

HarrU remarked that it came a little improve and beautify the "best to do" men in the town and I am xhere Forera-Theaext lolden annual meeting of the -cuit of Florida in and for Dude County. *....
public school for tile election of
grounds U Directors
too
too scon after the close of his to be forgotten. But recent loath to believe that he would close his shall be held at tbe b nklng house of the In Chancery. Ij A. THOMASON, D. a. e.

school yrur work to prepare himself f we must be heart and purse-strings to a call for helpto Association on the second Monday of Jan- JON' C.IUIEB .

fur nin-h an examination lust. We believe they did traiDthemSch.es get up a celebration to amuse and ,uary. A. D. 1SMM,and of each year thereafter, NANCY vs Mn Diroree-CroiM Bill. Ofic: corset tiewU. AvR ...0II9t M..
and grad to for of entertain all, and but If,no election shall be held on that day C'ABUEU: ) WEST
pay part the incidentally to profit PAL1111At1f1 ru.
loa( a. he hU11t'd l to but U may be held un other It appearing from
get, that her any day thirty the affidavit All
: nuilli used in hnililincr!! the__ fence___ _riinc.iosin& ._... tn nv. I nronose to inquire further... n..vloua,.. .. .."t._...... h.'n ......n ......._._. ,,._. _days._._.._ M..lalf.._.........'.n.. .'n..... .". .n._..".__. .. of. .W...I. .... kind, of.M/hn.teatWn'. .bse.a. I..th.psdtay. .
hill n -----" -- MOOM" """" II ue.' ----- "' '' .lIaDIt'Q ID ,at ---- .... a
prupc..1 alt put in Buuiuirr in e their school lot. hoping I have been misinformed before paper published in Dade County; and all the above entitled cause, that slues flllnf bb bill Twtt titmaidiuhxld jda.OlfoenoemWuaaadtls4p. I_

l glody, and would tale the September And these are a few jotting that I point out the man in this column. I elections shall be held according: to such rag aid complaloMt bu left the County aiii ..

r examination In Dude, if held at believe now it is a mistake; but anbthei I lat/UBs as niy be prescribed by the Board State'tOt FloridA and flat In his, belief '
l that time, or otherwise would go; to show the official methods and week will tell. I 1 t of Directors, not inconsistent*with the taws Mid John Calmer la a DOB-retiltLat ol .

go to make-up of Dade County's Board of! i_' of this! ,State. the State of Florida and that his place of
J Ururard, withstanding his three Education. f Firrfc-The capital stock of this Assocla* rwldenw b unknown to the affiant: and L.T. DANIEL

jntrn certificate now 'held entitles Last week took occasion to deny the -trop shall be 15000. to be divided Into 150sh tbat the plaintiff b over 21 year of age and
r res of 1100 each. e. tbtt there b no one In this State the its OlHTItT.
him to another year's teaching without correctness of an item shown me from '
THE But the capital stock be increased upon whom would bind the
CONSTRUCTION' op A substan- may plaintiff/ and COCOA IXDIAX! LIYIIt rLO&I
additional A.i&aI
examination. macadamized some paper at Daytona relative to an from time to time as may be deemed expedient bat the defendant tau algid. crow bill andnuwer

ei. Sollilng: was said or intimated road throughout ice war at West Palm Beach The Day to any sum not exceeding 100000. herein. f
the entire length of Dade would as provided by law. The Indebtedness It b therefore ordered that John \yALLACE B. HU3BH
of
!'t 'then, or at any subM-qu time to tona scribe's dream has blossom out you Ca> ,
bring into the tl4 oclatlan/ shall at no time exceed tbe mar,do appear to tile cross bill and amwer 1 :
County ten I
dollars into blissful
Imitate$ that un' examination in and of a reality and here w-J afeface amount of Its capital stock paid In and remaining flied herein on or before SKCiU4tt A. w. R.Iut. !:

i: Id County wan 'a tequixite to investment and homo settlement to face with an opportunity to secure undiminished by loss or otherwise,, August 7th A. D. 1899, REAL ESTATE AID INSURANCE.

latching in LKido. In fact, Mr. lIarfLa' to every one dollar expendedon ice at just half the figure charged except Revised as Statute provided. .In Section 2184 of the being the fiNt Monday In the month. Afeat for West Palm Beacb Town UU. .... I
such a road If Dade us heretofore, and even the ice Mat fmlm UMM-B Water Werta
r tbrve years (certificate under County'sCominirtMonero wagonof SIXTH-Tbe Board Directors, a majority It b further ordered that this order be pre b NOTARY H'SLia
would the former dictator of dates and rate lashed once a week for eight Clematb A,..... ear (Nan tire{.
start
such of whom shall bt eouawntlve ,
which u a to do
be Las b *n teaching for two quorum buslneM. week 5-8X-87 t Walt calm 5eae1. I1orWa.
movement at the north gets around before noon, anti the drive shall elect; one of their number to president t prior to Mid 7th day of August A. D.
"..rt pniit In Dade, was granted : boundary speaks of this 899, in Tag: TKOPUL Sri a \
to ho
t line of one half civilly. What a Association shall hold his office newspaper
t. L, i in Lake county und was f'n.1 St. Lucie precinct, for instance transformation of conditions in one unless he be disqualified (or moved), for the Florida nblbibed In laid County of Dade State GUY L HETOALF;

duryed Dade'a THE Sus ventures the statement term for which he ri as elected a director and
by County Superiutfndent short day Ordered this
that Brevard they shall be authorized. the absence or let day of June. 1899.ileal NOTARY HISUC
would
County
t "f Puhlic Instruction making them Inability of the president from any cause to [ ] A. F.(1CIMBT For "Statt _/Plaids nt Ur
join there ft.
It good. f(>r Service here. and continue such a perform his duties. They shall elect or Clerk. Circuit Court. Deed. .
Bui appoint
Mortjajrw. Lcaaia
t road northward And now it occurs to The Man OnThe W.I. MrrrALr Solicitor for Defendant. and c...,.,.*.
read the through that I a cashier and other officers and clerks Drafted.
1: following letter received by Road Corner that this will be anothe as may be required to transact tbe buslueaaof Co&YeJlIWJa11,.
County. AU
funds
E
thus Work
UaarantMd
llf used Let Currtct
Hattie *hubSupt. Merrittnays golden opportunity to test the epprectation the Association: they shall fix the salaries Offlte In TIUP'uLl ally B.,.
'. to a ropy nit the form rent by the would help the entire County and of those who for so long htv to be paid them and continue/ them In office! NOTICE TO. DEBTORS AND CAB 1) west Palm Bracb. Dad r.. nty.rP fww.

prove the biggest kind of or dismlM them as in tbe opinion of
a maJority
a dividend 1 -
Board to nu h ttvirhers in complained so bitterly of the
I it imposition
an s Notice b
investment I of 'he Board the Interest of the Asso hereby given that all per.on.Dav
r fffiHit .'iM
t drop. It U UN follow : work could be started this year and the new bridge that has afforded them ,ally do and perform all acts which It may be C. Klcsley, deceased, are hereby notified to .

I BARD Or' I'tlILK' IVHTUrtTIO.V curried un as far as the funds would relief or will a meeting of the pricesnow legal for aBoard of Directors to do. under presenttbemtotbenndenUned.dulyantbenIcated. ARCHITECT AND BUILDER
F reach available the laws 01 the State of Florida, making allyIaws within the time prescribed bylaw,or Plaaa aad .pcriaeatluaa p..>ai... .
DAUlhie DE COC.NH, FLOKIUA. and provide for result in desertion of the
more of f it this
will be
proper to be made for the govern, notice pleaded In bar of recovery Jobbing work ghee proiaiit atteatiua
.if C tiinty Su|wrin tl'lIoJ..ot. next year. Oood schools and good I enterprise that heeded the call for relief 'plgatuflbeAssMtallaaoutInconsistent* 'Ithhe And all persona owing said errata are required Shop on Datara 8tr t. al
'
i llUCULS VuM l. Fla., J!lUll, '99.Mr } roads; are prime requisites' to and came to'the rescue? I am interestedly law or these articles.SsvktraThbAss to make immediate payment to me.
permanent watching the outcome 'It f is t'latlun shall continue 3EORGCW.LAI.XBART.Executor
JIM. C. IlarriiiVeHt .
prosperity anywhere. PRAMKUN KBKXM.
l \ I'alm I always pleasant pastime to study! human for a period of pity yean train tbe date of of the Estate I GKO. O. BVTICft. ,
B"ll.h. QUEEN
u it a 1I8ture'tD its varied phases. the execution of its organisation certificate, ...--. ..-, -of Jawell C. Kln lej. & BUTLEK.
t JMtarMr; InYIewUll a iieienniDiitlon t t mile** sooner dlllllulve4 oy ine act 01 in ntwFIwaea6asi.. -
THE t
SURVEYORS
I on the part of tl.o (Dade (County: ATTSNTJONOPBlox'aain : G.we RNoa Bare-bolder In manner provided by law Ttf{ tnenty-nlstb day of Jannary A.D. MUD CIVIL ".'11'.
has been called to the fact Several towns in Florida have for 1899. Omni at Wttt NB
tfcbool Bnanl to improve the see that A. G. EIUHTH-The+Articles of Association maybe I. Beaek
: rice the teachers Speej, the murderer of some seasons operated under the changed or amended at any time by tbe Land legally aih-dlvU4 and Map tatw
Here cautioned Davis, is still at systemof abned.
large
un the western tl.gudaradl.gl.edr, .... .
i hut, it would) be well for each to shore of Lake Okeerbobee. Although early closing of all stores during the share. -hoWen. In the manner prescribed by Ing aad eatlntaUax timber BiMdalty. Car'.
at Miami JIIIM the summer months. Still Ira, and meeting may be called for this orany PROFESSIONAL CARDS. tnl aid comet work gva/MU Attt...
appear nth, nhowItrogrea crime was committed on others have DiBBlcatloaa
s by Mall 'adv.ru .
other
tbe
purpiwe. a* provided by Statute -pt.e
in their work and) secure a Okeechobee beach the Dade County found satisfaction in the half-holiday of the State and the By-Laws of thtaAMuirlatlon. tlon.. WEST llawudBls.Mr/stasi L..**! t'rtcea. -
authorities
PALM
Ihide County certificate. This is to occurred in persist Osceola in pretending it plan. This latter )Is the rule adopted at \>jJ I. METCALF BEACH fLA. 11TMG

notify you that failure on your part map will disprove this County. Any St. Augustine and is universally satis The name of the officer wh.iihallconductthe .

to comply' with the very reasonable Kissimmee Leader. contention. factory. And now comes the question business of tbU Awociatlon: until those ATTORNEY..AT.. LAW. EORQE 8. ADAMS,
suggest''kln of the board', has\ resulted{ elected at the first election shall be qualifiedare
r In your name Mng dropped from I Whoever i ili at fault in thin matter, what is the reason every store in West a* follow, to-wit: E. N. Dlmick. Pres- Will NOTARY PUBLIC. Deputy Supremt ClIHUItIu '

the fiat of teacliern. The hoard regret if should he held to answer for Palm Beach cannot be closed for one Went; U. D. Hendrlcknon.'e.President: Court practice in County,ante and Federal l KHI6HTS Of THE MACCAifltF

, that curb action became official misfeasance in afternoon each week. No merchant. Goo L. Brannlng. Cashier; W. H. Spltxer.AmlHtant LAND CASES A SPECIALTY.
IIWVHnry office. John would suffer for as soon as the E. N. Office in t*Statt ./ FIwM
; i" but rule is Cashier Dimlck, C. D. Hen TROPICAL Sex Block; ,
t' County, teachers are determined tint Dade Davis was a peacable boy and good 1 known every patron will place orders j drkksou. E. M. Brekford. W. M. Brownames West Palm Beach. Dade County I lorWa. wUllartlleteTeat. any warn U tb. XUMw
must show and do
progress. citizen; and that his murderershould their shopping in accordancewith J Pritchard, Director For lelurwatllr.ddrert1EORGE
i By order of the "Board." the rule. I believe
the town would WITNESS We have
WHEREOF hereunto
t Z, T. l.e permitted" to go unmolested is be the for W. POPE, .. .&04,., .J
MEUKITT a happier a half FRANK
Sec'y. holiday every Met our band thl 19th day of June,, 11-99 We.t Palm '*w:'. ttortd.
r It I U intercftlingtodixHecttheabovewoolroun disgrace to Dd'de, since he was one of I week. What do the merchants and A. U. 1899.Signatory.
clerks think about it? A TTO ft HEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
I epistle. our citizens. The official : Residence i
"In view of doings of I
a U. D. HENDRICKSOLake Worth. Fla, 111 East Bay Street. BARBER
gitur.A
d some of Ddde's I SEMINOLE .
'riuiujfiuu authorities
t en the} put of the are pecu. Three or four patrons of the E. N. DI111CK. Palm Beach, FI a, : -395 JACKSONVILLE. FLORUDa
DM,,,. C+lllI.lyit'hout I Board to im- liar, to my the least of it. school were standing in the public office 0 EO. W. POTTER. Went Palm Beach, Fl Wm. 8chaudt, Proprietor.

pro u-tlie .n-il't'.tlte teachers [ .sa I lobby this post GEO. W. LAINHAKT. Palm Beach. Fla. ( Formerly at Motel Royal rut.tiaaasOafy '
wereexatiotied mrnirg when I went in, discussing E. M. BRELSFORD. Palm Brach Fla. LEX St. CLAIU-ABUAMS' '
that it IWI1It1lJl' nel for THE DENIAL MADE BY II. M. FLAn the arbitrary action of the Public JAMES PnlTCHAKD. Tltwllle.Fla. A White

...rh to appear at Miami June 6thtbowprogreM LER that he is an aspirant for Senatorial !School Board in regard to the principal W. M. BROWS. TUu ile.! Fla. TTORNEr.A- r.LA W.J1CICSONYlI.LE, Barber In tbe To....

in their work and .e- or other honors at the hands of the West Palm Reach schools The W. II. SP1TZEB, Palm Beach. Fla. F fA. Went Pt1 a1e1, YiorW.CIY .

tore a Dade County Florida is being given the same 1i 1 Man On The Corner was particularly :STATE or" FLORIDA,1COFNTV Federal.i'12'J Practice in all the Circuit Courts State and

flit the certificate'p i struck with the remark of one who or" DABE jOn .
I were willed that the up -98.Re DAUBER 81IOI
statement of the I to that tbU 19th day of June, A. D. 1899 before ,
I of the Board to moment. had ventured< improve the servicewhy Atlanta Constitution E. SlllwlctGror'
me personally camp
correspondentaffirming i ment. Said rim Door south of
she the
"I have Port(lira.
! were teachers not notified it taught and W. Potter George W. Lalnbart. to:. \'. Breis'ord jOPE & UUOOME.ATTORNErSAT'LAW Kaiiert .
amifaftn .
: was given. 1 have had to do with I ; Chain Beet
School Boards not a and W. U. Spitier, well know n to me to
eJ Equipped
ilrfiuittlyrnl\ the shop In Terra
holding L +0'n.MELBOL'RSEI7FX little hut this Board is the embodimentof lie five of the person described in. and who agtf MILD .
COUPER. ..
of a Dade County certificate Hat It the three big "Is"-Indifference executed the foregoing Article of Awiocla- tr.p
requisite to teaching AUE OPENING CP A science and In. tins, and who severally acknn*, 'ged that
Dade Couutj I.l I. road and Incompetence From my ST. AUGUSTINE Ft.
, ? "Cautioned building bridgts to and I close observation of the Chariman him they executed the saws for the pure Otlee S-i-99
I that it, would l lit' through the Kistiramee River : self I do not believe be could therein net forth.

wJl", -a uplendiil. preliminary to a This will divert cattleregion. amination that would secure pass him an ash ex In witness whereof I have hereunto wt my To Rent by the Hour or Day

Milrtrniinatioii to iirpn-ve.' fully $60,000( month certificate to save his life" and hand and official seal the day and year above C. HOOD, M. D,
! to 75.000 of buaintws each year to the M. O. C half Iclieveg the w ritten. H. ONLY HEW BICYCLES .ft TO*?.
.\ thrn omen t h>* formal iioti-e the town Correct lady was WII.UUI |. Ut'rCALF, f ifltrnuNotary 1 ( PHYSICIAN AND
I Iltd : Hifcrprising nough BURGEON Next Door North
i( B flint "faiJurto comply' niMi the toreach )'oars OH the Lookout Public, Tropkil) s.a aaoqW.a.1IITCUau.
out for it. We bere'iy certify that the above I III a true Office and<< Residence near Royal PolnilaeaHoUd

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I THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALE BEACU, FLojij!, 'TUIJESDAT, .JUNE.22; 1899t I

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; } I THE. NEW DEFENDER HALF A BILLION LOST.Gold MUST FACE. THE MUSIC. MR. TANNER O I TRfJST' $

OOmll'! m [ m or nRIUI.I[[ !LF. .. Concrete jjo.t Deal Wltk the Pallp-| :

.wq .u.... s. Bait ia B., CM. pine and Currency QmettlAB*.
ftraeiUn-W .*
I Qe OU DcUafer.Ovnaaallaf Standard Cost the Farmers It is given out on what seems to be His Excellency Considers Tfeesg
. good authority that President McKinley

Nst1in'in Its Rough Homeliness on Maine's Rocky Shores. Mr. Herresnoff, although a very That Last Year. intends to call an extra eetfeion of congress Rather Ikoefkeat
busy man Just with endless details
now at an early day to deal with the
'One of Its Chief Industries is the Raising of to worry him. and a great weight Philippine question and also with what
of
: Typically 1 'Staunch .American Sailors seems responsibility in the best of OB spirits.his The shoulders.building nICE. Or PRODUCTS OUT IS TWO. la called the currency problem. This BUT VOT E3 MOST B! PLACATED

prolleru seems to elements
of an international racer Is meat currency poweta

and drink for the great designer, and of enumerable doubt so far as the .
i 01 be hours At the Bant. Tt.. tk. Lonaanloeka 5.- Aaii If Deeoo.taa TrMe Asp.thing .
.. spends more in the shop than leading Republicans are concerned. e
: CAPTAIN F. WEED AND-HIS STURDY. REW ,does any one of his men. In fact he PMftte <. t.. Extent of C33,- They feel it incumbent on themselvesto Eb Will fate Vms po.

la seldom outside of the boatworbanowadays 000406 .. Oar S&I'rer-U.ed AcalMtC tread the in
very lightly over grave the Mkileaa farir, III* tts..tlenef .

There has except been no to eat.serious drawback !. Competing CmntrlcB-We Get which Editor Godkin of the New York Will. !). HI. Only- ,Alwmy

"".., -- WILL .SAIL- NEW' DEFENDER.I In the building of the Columbia since It I. t.. Seek Beth War. Evening Post is puplJO@td! to have boned ...., t. Pi.... tfc. t>m .l..
1t :'. her lead keel was poured. A few silver and when they approach the
' I I I'I'JwI I proved to be thicker and firmer than weeks ago, in setting up the extreme Once mote the farmers of America subject they lower their voices and Like Senator tVpew. the flea JfJb ,. -

4 pretty little wind swept town of they thought When in the middle of forward end of the stem It was foundto have thrown themselves into the breach speak in subdued! tones and have the E. Tanner ha been giving amue tbuegbt

'r Deer Ule. lie., ha long enjoyed a the Reach the boat became stuck and be warped a trifle and a new castIng and saved the country from bankruptcy. officious air of solemnity which char to the question of tra t* .., .. lib Ss*.
f rrpoUtkm for the character of the the men were unable to make progressin was made. A short time ago the i Our total exports for 1898 amounted to acterizes those whose duty calls themto sloT Depew. be ho about Fractal Ut
L: Bob handled by It, nshermen, and far any direction. Their predicamentwas Tobin bronze sternpost casting was $1.210.291.913 of which enormous earn house where baa dune *
w the natural charm of the town as a seen from the shore by the peopleof $858,507,942: : were for agricultural a contagion conclusion! that the RepnUlrao rmttaftl =

r mtlBf plait. nmmer. N. man of. North Deer Isle who quickly real- products. It will be seen at once that its worst convention will bead tfl; the Denwmta
lJt>d'that with night and a howling The Republican caucus committee
BatloBal rvpuUtion has caused thee
the by incorporating a antitroif
billiard and with the thermometer ;produce supplied by our farmers which confer formulate strung
,.. uf the country to be riveted to coming on was appointed to and -
brought three times much plank in its platform. It dues not ts&
below the chances of t nearly; as
the plat*, and no civic achievements zero, a currency plan to be presentedto f
or earmark have demanded Mstor}'_ (thc men living through the night money into the,country as all the other the house when it shall assemble tow however that tie Hon. Jua* &

t attcnUoa. But the quaint Island ,town ,very remote A patrol was kept npon'the industries combined says The Journal I has'recently announced that it bad dia Tanner entertain any {,..\'UQ' appmbensioa i
hM rvrr taken pride In IU history and shore all night and a lantern of 'Agriculture and a large part of it conctrninif the wclutf that
covered_ __ hv which.. thfl Ilold standard
a Than (
was used guide to the men In the n -- -- -.. ---- --- ----
as a
; ia IU peoife. content with the thought remained here to be a benefit to our g--- mar bu wrought by the blAt'J. Oa tb J
that M unH> time the world would And boat should they be able!; to make any can be made permanent It has I
i people, for our agricultural exports exceeded contrary be iatiuuttt U"t I!" -ajwi4, {
ttom oat." progress. i also been given out that the committee
\; ers them rather beneficent
I fk to-day when every man Is apt to At six o'clock the tide had net and the value of imports cf the same has adopted other measures calculatedto twihllLiou.f ;
But be
[ rtetrdallor' with, veneration an4cUn he" boat floated down to Little Deer class by f344.210.14S. This is an average strengthen and promote the mischief willing todeuonncf the trut

him with the disfavored mortals Island Bar! where the men landed. of more than |7 of foreign coin for which the gold standard has already; accomplished. -or anything eke-if votes. are to to

Of thi. earth If be do not follow the Bob.were badly frostbitten. Gray each individual in the United States Nevertheless the statement caught by the prom-din and ia tiki*

an for a living eyes naturally turn being more used to exposure than hU / than the farmer brought into this comes from Washington that the president regard he iI following the traditJoMl; I'
to this little Maine town for,the best companion withstood the cold better. country and kept here for the single policy of bin party whkb will iimaia
is not satisfied with the
lie knew that to have allowed his / altogether
t product of the craft year of 1898. It is more than the total anything before the elt'CticD.u.! fulfill .
It U a pmiltar and a notat IB dlstlm.tktt ... boatman to go to shep wouM be death plats formulated by the caucus committee much !
!
amount of money that was in circulation as -or as little--ui it finds coaveuiiut 1
which for the IIt'fOnd time comes 110 he opened one of the mailbags. took and that in consequence an extra -
out the and wrapped him among the people before the crops when it It\!&. into r nwer.
to ftor Isle to belu.cated'upOa., to) papers np session of congress will be called for
fnniUb a good all rueDd ,YaneereW In them,.which. probably ,saved. .his of 1838 were sold. the purpose of settling the'question as It is significant btJw v..,. that Ib.
; ife. The farm'ers have therefore publican pulitkUa of the ctkai
for Anwrlca'a Cup defender. In 18U5 more It is pi
ont
promptly as possible. pointed
Captain \\nL that tear iM and celebrated John Marshall Is an experienced seaman than doubled our medium of exchangein that type have began to tralize that tbq
the recommendations made the
BuuttT of Bailing crafts picked and fisherman.. lie was a mom- 12 months. This shows the importance by trnbt illluct! iI1 going t) cnt a figur* 1 to
her of the previous Defender crew, sal ;: president have not in all respects been
\. may of hl. expert yachtsmen from of the agricultural interests of the campaign: of ItO Tbn )1141Ugq ,
I had charge of the lazaret. lie will followed by the committee.
the Inland town while others were United States. and distinguishes the they gave the subject &o thought, Tbs
from the ordinary run of mvrthant lave the same position thlilyear. He These recommendations were that the J
Jae'n In New York Harbor. In has '.follOwed the sea since he was !9, : industry that should receive the largest greenbacks redeemed in gold were not St Louis platfurta. though it cuvtr4:

tears iiaat It hu haDiwucd that there mere sideline and knows the Maine -. --- meed of protection and ecouraeement 4. I,. __:.1 __6 ___:_ __.1_,_. s... _........_.._ pretty nearly every oihr win.ct owkt
Cu IV: uua uurcao lu :'
,i r.wmt Americans among them. coast like# book.Deer The single standard organs are using lHS1U Hgaiu riuttugv the sun including a pk..lge to pnnoI ;
vet
and THE: NEW DEFENDER A3 SHE WILL for gold; that national banks be permitted .
and that the predominant element was Inland in its rough plctnretsque the above facts as an argument againstthe international bimetallism. had tKtt .
APPEAR. to issue circulation"up to the
cVaudlwavlan-irootl mon and true, to homeliness Is a typical fisher reuionetization of silver. They con word to N't'tilK't'rDiulC tru.'", Probably
found to contain flaw when value of their bonds that the
holds out a being par ; tax
man village-a IIIwhich
tw but lacking In an the
mre. emergency tend that convection: felt that it woak
we only |
as produced an average -
uowthlu of the quickness and deter- many attractions to the summer ""visi planed and polished. A new casting of 1 per cent on national bank circula-
!has been ordered from Auxoula Conn. of a little ever $60,000,000 of til- be somewhat nuitfaciu.ui: tiKk&uaiwq -
ailuatioa uf the .slul'll of our steelftmril tor who wants rest and sea breezes. tion be reduced and that national I
New Rncland stock.Our These mishaps have caused no delay, ver annually when that metal was on banks with a capital of $25,000 be authorized the very gentlemen fimu whom tk* .
.. ... however, for there Is plenty to do on with Hon. Mark llamas exerted to
rap defender and our motives M et the N 'W rf'kd an equality gold. and the farmers in small! towns. It is further fry fat
haw IMWII at all time the thoroughlyABMHrteta. The Boston Globe has been doing other parts of the boat. dig a net balance of more than half a stated that this question is to be disposed wherewith to Inbrica- the! whirLs J

and It came to pass four some tall guessing about the size of The work of plating the top sides billion of gold out of the ground in a of in the that such the McKinley chariot foe pntttdingi
promptly. hope
y..ni ago that by the advice of vet- the new defender and claims to he goes steadily on. Tobin bronze three- single year the silver question loses its would have been angukftU a* well! at
sixteenths of Inch thick used action will it from
an being
being
prevent a
It In the
the mark. :
Yankee near
traa master ntarintT*. aeamenajuiw very says dangl'roU&OoVtlnof
I ,'verywhere above the water.line. The importance and dwindles into insignificance. factor in the alas
WM cktHM'B. and fleer Ule lie., meantime the boat Is steadily growing next campaign. But. ,
Tanner
f- wai VNAnI upon as the place where 'under the, hands of skilled workmen, plating j on the top sides is as yet con- questions affecting the well being of all rt'alizdIh bnivtid;
the moat thorough New England salk and at the same time Is showing that lined to the midship sections. The But why shculd we throw away our classes of society always continue to be that the subject cannot be CJk'rt4 tit

i or rould be itrmirtHi The verdict afIrr -. something more than "guessing" has more difficult work of fitting the 00) millions of silver t And worse still. factors in the political campaigns in year. This country. i.ys bU excellency

I the ValkyrifelH'ft'Uder' races of been done In giving previous information bronze to the curves of the long, .. why .fbonld we sell the silver that we this until settled "always find a teuJj fur Uungi
I tKA settled the matter for good when about her. She is in every Impor. wedge-shaped bow and the extensive do produce to foreign money changersfor republic they are the people don't want" a ll.At..mcO'
of the has rightly. This has been the history of all
: ,lt w"IfV\'t'Q that our crew of seamen tant respect, except that of topside over-hanging portion stern one-half its value and thus enable which may be taken to iHictta that
I was In* flui-nt which had ever sailed plating the boat that was detailed in not yet been begun. Steel workers are them to use it at its full value in such questions. There is no permanencehere bin excellenoy! himself U abut to retire
bees in interior of purchasing
the the
busy as for scheme
fur Ih* AUlt'rlt" Cup. the Globe several weeks ago. The : any measure or any
from since it
lit
politics must
boat deck beams braces agricultural products and manufactured r-rrfectijl
Th Uut time the men from Maine construction shows a few differencesIn putting on that breeds injustice! and sooner: or
wrkl w well together, and so clearly : minor details but the model, general antI bilge stringers. There will be a articles in silver using COUntries later it I is either abolished or modifiedin apparent even to bU excvlltiity that)
i druxHUtratrd their ability as expert dimensions and scheme of construction cabin in the Columbia but no apart- that compete with us thereby reducing the interest of the people.A whatever elae the people inay "4bt thjPdon't 1

.*.. that,Captala ed..wu determtttcd as then given have been confirmed ment for the crew. They will eat and the prices of the piodacta of our want him In any official capacity 11
'. to have hU crew entirely from from reliable sources of infor sleep on a tender as did the crew of own citizens in the same ratio I This is whatever. That. howevtr. I U bj tto .
CUNNING PHRASE. ;
9 Ikvr lade this fear, and he ban gone mation. the Defender in 1895. the real question way. Ilia excellency U fpeaklcj &ttrusts.
The sail loft 1s also
about hU work of selecting thirty-Dev The over-all length of the boat was new a busy spot "One "
The bIll mainsail is nearly completed.It The value of our silver! product for Benevolent Aulmllatloa" Mean* party or the other be
about 13 feet This
on Bjen from 231: applications with then given as was
trk-t I ..rtlalltr. before a single frame had been put in Is said to be one of the largest and 1898, at the present boom price was a Butchering a Harmles People. says "can decoded oa to step

It .U Mitt in this Uttie tOW :--.1I for place and was based on the knowledge strongest ever carried on a yacht and little over. $35.000.000.: ; It was purchased The agile political acrobat who occu- and change condition If tad ptvpta

$Iwalac the race: there Is no such,word that 17 frames. spaced 20 Incheson ret light in comparison with its great for HOme millions li'B/t by the pies the presidential chair coined the should make up their minds thai th*

/. as .low In American's vocabulary; centres would go, into the boat rea. The smaller sails are yet to 'te' London money dealers because they mellifluous term "benevolent assimila! trusts are the outgrowth CJf the Bepab

4, If hr aoiu flhI hID we fall to keen tie The construction la now o-far along made they are but rMinlml.they will The be two ready h .lf.'I.wheat'- bought before tbrrite in price and they tion" to charm the ear and elude the lican patty they would pit the Dma

tki.i..rul'--w11lbe repJned'next mIst -plec..es-of the great steel matt' used it at its fall value of nearly $70,' minds and consciences of Christian people ocrata in power and knock out tile & ,
"
I ; 'year. When we consider the crew 000.000 in the of breadstnffs pntlican: and prosperity together. It
purchase !
which may be substituted for the P'' 1a while be employs the power of the I
1 sacS their balling place we can almost alar wooden mast have not yet t: from conutrka. that c uipele with our I government to butcher an nnoffendinz is thus evident! that his exceLlency tin
word 'victory1
1 f I aatkillite| tbe flashing farmers : gards trusts, Republicanism and jroe.
tbtuby driving down the loyalty
of crime
i f over the wires: we lid like clapping people, guilty no except
! the band of each defndcr boy and kty- prices of farm products: in this country to their God given instinct to be perity as. interchangeable: ferua an

sag 1 fci4 -need.1Captain Wet-4 has' -. / many millions of dollars. If the silver impression which U ttreogtiM-a by
only the Interest, of the citlteni and cue bad been remonetizcd and brought to I free.Since the close of hostilities with his declaration that UM tendency of

pride of America In view and this sHut par the farmers instead of netting half i Spain and the natural relaxation of trusts ia to cheapen the price cf fcrqca-

r, a money making scheme on his a billion of foreign sold for their crops the public mind in thereof. series and Increase the pay of wag.

|..rt It U for the love of his country ? of 1883 would have netted more than a the American people consequence are again assuming earners. "It they cuntiao to do tb%9
and aot'bb wallet that he tabs "
t this latereat In the defender's crew. billion and oar citizens generally would a normal state of being. both men things. maintain his Ut"tUrICJ': ,

At he Lieu thaml In the honors of the / have saved the $35.000,000 in silver tally and morally. The thought of degenerating "they are not an evil" IIi. turiteacj, I:

last treat' victory, to will he In the ; 4I which our tory administration collusively into a nation of political pirates on the whole., i* Inclined to iuuk apuQ 'J

...It." permitted the Jews of London to and becoming the assassins of liberty the trust a* rather d -*lr.ll. in Ut*> 1

The restriction that those selectedfor steal from them. These are the real is- in the faroff Philippine Islands L lions. lIe can't find anything wrong '1

tats year'* crew be under thirtrJt'a' sues. There are also! others. Stabilityof causing a shudder to come over those with them.-Chicago Chronicle.
assUted Weed
of age. Captain I
prices is worth considering and this
to extent but It excluded r- I who only a short time since were so enwrapped
IIOtue can only be secured by a stable and increasing OH NO MR. TIMES!
al of those who were on the old Defender in the success cf our army and I
In MSA. Every man U strong; medium of exchange., equal to navy that they were mentally oblivious
C aDd hearty and like all Deer Islanders, I, the increase of population. Shall we depend to the radical departure from American The Dm..rall. Party I. In ft. .**41f .
.
G.141a. .14tlr.,.
c his life in battling with the for foreign
baa apettt SECOND MATE.as our prosperity on crop ideals that characterize the conduct of
W. IX SCOTT.
ea and storm along the Maine coast failures and famines when a stable and the administration. The New York Tin*. tow a* Ua J

and on the fishing lianka. This Is the to show that the boat's structure increasing currency would sustain "Benevolent assimilation" is a con ftlU1- ia very w>licituu* fur the fata 1

l1.t- goes about three feet forward offrauu prices and give 'us prosperity all the of the Democracy and seems iuclia 4to
ning phrase! that rings sweetly the .
frame
William Scott second mate: Willard 1. and about two feet aft of 77Hvini upon
Haskelt. quartermaster; Charles Scott < ? very clone to 131 feet over alL I CAPTAIN 1' P. WEED.ral1lened time! The thing to do is to come to our tympanum, but when the reality is give.the Dvwucfltsuf.. the .outk %

qurtt-nua.tt'l': It L. Flfield. quarter- or'jut ;;even feet longer than Defend together, though the work of tenses and act with unprejudiced wisdom flashed npcn the retina, and we beheld little advice. "'1be ..Jid awtS to U $

waster: Itollln Staple, quartermaster er. Her beam is just over 24 feet. as I putting in the Inside stiffeners and instead of being controlled by sons brothers ..fathers neighbors and I Gibraltar of the Duco'-racj.' M 1'n.e

Jaha UanhalU charge of lazaret; sea- then stated' or a foot more than De braces Is well along. The greater part party spite and narrow mindedneas.Bran friends with machine guns, rifle ana Times and it Htm,btway rr< cved to. .;

pien. IKaunel Bray. F. M. Conley, Chas. fender's and her draft close to :UO feet tlf the Columbia's standing rigging has I saber in hand on the distant islands of reason why the Gibraltar boaM )* u.
llarter. John Billings. Geurge Stinson.U. with tbe probabilities of somethingless \been made by Blllruan & Sons of East on Corporation, the and their rendered to occasional l tnjurrt .....
U. llasktrll Uerbert Bray, Charles rather than over that figure. Boston. It is of steel and is largelythe Corporations are fictitious persona I fellow sea murdering burning their butchering destroying side who vote aKaiunt it for the ssconaideratiun. ..
men. villages -
sail is still largely matterof
Her plan a
so'\me.as the Def ender's which was created by law for the public good and their homes and The Tin ,* rvrrtti: thf
in of confident assertions devastating
conjecture spite -
made by tbe same firm. The big Ore-
I as to the length of spars. etc. ron pine stick which will be converted the power which creates is sufficiently their country in an attempt to compel evidences of attucbiufut 11.II)1r Dryaa,

It can wifely be said that no one' not in into a shapely mast for the Coluin- potent to regulate to restrain or to annihilate them to accept ns as their masters: the antI the vitality of tU utoitey builder's confidence knows her'exact For instance. the law The Di-tuocraU boudouf.l
bet >la. will be brought here soon by wa- patent terrible reality dawns upon us that we were iuto .
sail plan or just where the additions !ten from an East Bosto lumber yard.fwo gives to the patentee a monopoly for aperiod are debauching ourselves and inviting doubtful success in 1 toll.!. &. ii result ca

will be made to give her the sticks for bowsprits two for top- of years. In some instances a our own heeds the wrath of which general disaster overcame abe
I upon a
than Defender that Is
\ greater assured.sail The area sail area will assuredly masts and one for a spinnaker boom. patent has proved a great monopoly and righteous God.National Watchman.The party. Aferrtiiig itself io t "19, uadc
are also "drying out" at the East Boston :
its the Mr
lie materially larger than Defender's, has brought to possessor immense leadership of Uryan hLih the

and all indications point to an exten. yard. wealth. It is as much within the province Top .roteh of Pablo"." electoral majority ax There
aba upward rather than on the base that the! is launching every :reason of the to Columbia suppose of legislation to place: restrictions That ve have money to burn in this large it Will due to the iiiatnl-uti ol

line. Such an extension would be inline will be a public affair in which case upon the patent as it is to withdraw country is bbown by the fact that it b the volad the wiving; infliUK-e of Ll4

with the model of the boat for thousands of persons will visit Bristolon protection at the expiration of a fixed proposed to give a banquet to AdmiralI rotten burungb stales uf Nev LutLu" I,

she l is evidently designed to heel well .! the eventful day and the slippingInto term of years. If the law were so modified -I I Dewey on his return with guests lim- Almost 7.000.000 voUill 11 dl ,

out when home"sailing of as the is topsails shown to by save the her native element of the cherished that a patent would cease to pro- ittd: to 100 and the price for each plate I puss, because they tailed tu! win octT4 t

"tumble dragging the lee rail and deck through cup defender will lie a fitting cli- tect after an arbitrary sum say! $100- I $100-this in New York at the Wal- in fcQ tkx'tion w frllulu1--nl m lu thieve !.

the water.: max to a season of exceptionally bard 000 or $200.000 had been realized dorf-Astoita.. It will include the top | acter that Kepnbluan tltttvts wrrt
of the
the famous build.
This 'tumble home" is not In itselfa work on part from it. the protection would still be ', notch and very elect of patriotism and I elected in doubtful tt:.t> "- Ly vutcf

very pronounced one. but is quits ers.. --- ..... sufficient to lay the foundation of a ,nlntn/ifa/ttr lint unrtn..... .u. m/iva., .nafvl-. which had no exUuuce. TLn.tita.. .. t
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I marked: as against the straight line of tkainroek >.. ('..me Her- I'ndr "an. large fortune. In like manner the corporation otto r- ; richer 50 give: a dinner at I tion is not nrgiiig Mr. Cr. ,n f\lf--tltt :3rtuomination.

cHAt ft WHTT. QUARTElHUSTEKI Defender or the flaring side of Vigil- The possibility of towing the Sham can be regulated by laws euffi-i $1.00011 plate! Will they not strike a &<>r is be luu.l a caa-- i

: : Krajr, Nelson Thompson Theodore bnt With it the boat angle will be of more heel rock across is settled by the following ciently liberal to preserve its virtues bigblr note of patriotism if money is diil.it fur this t'Litiv. but .... )t v49 1 .
Auxuitn Thompon Cy- easily driven at a great ; and drastic to eliminate themselves: are dL-playiujf a oul de4 ;
I TbumiMin. the time she will not clause from the deed of J:1rt'etsIk'1, yet sufficiently the gauge t-Pittsbnrg: Pott
i nm Ibowpnon. Alrah Conary. \\ illlauilUnuty while at same side out to wind selected to compete for this cup must its vices.-Bryan.Kee of interest in the u.atlcr, If Mr. &1" .
11 Alfml IVttee. Alonxo Gros throw quite with so straight high a topsldes. proceed under salt on their own bottoms I Bad !\kew. For !1eKlale,.. becomes: the ttb *l t (If that iuttr' t thai ;

9 J. t:. ( ... Everett Tbomp>lOn. Dai.- ward The as yachtsmen who have been prlvl- to the port where the contest Ito tke Truth In Sight. The factional fight within the Republican U the people's aft!>\r, TL-y bUt t&4 i

; kil lulL t:. T.Nathan Cnnuan.It J.Lowe.F. Ratou Chas.llrar lel: to look at her are enthusiastic In take place.the"deed This after provision the visit was in. No artful appeals to national pride or party of Ohio has been an inter right to pick out say wan they .besi%' !
Toung. gerted in ol ,
Arthur of her model and expected to consistency to esting feature of the of politics We have had '
Edward .Jnnlw. Andrew praise the Canadian sloop Atlanta in 81, via to.glory or alleged or : game vnunh of the uctira o|
U U Rcolt William EIH. Montle Hwkell speed. __ the Erie CanaL The towing story not hauling down the flag should lead for years! and now that it threatens to : ibV2. The nitn 11 ba lcd th. 10 .r. sinjogsuspici'n.Atlaietie >

II P. 1). Ha_ke Arthur Tower and Jawe I1r.t Steeling of olnirbU. .nd Dcfendor. probably originated from the us to forget that no government is indefensible I! rub the president of his own state delegation Unii>titatka

till __ OroNoSath. Yachtsmen will be glad to learn that rflcisms of certain English paper except on the homely ground in nest year's convention it assumes --- -- !

'r .. It. !/ who 1. one of tIlt the date of the first meeting; of the cup against the light construction of tin that it conduces to the happiness of the national importance. The de Snubbing the l'or t.. liI.... '

.e..i hardy ft hfnnen selected by Captain yaclit Columbia and the famous Defender new defender and the allegation that governed. If American government in velopments of the state convention next I Why dom. the t,riu*i.t 'tlttM
followed the sea for twelv; under the Sew York Yacht a heavier boat would have to be built month will be awaited with
( Weed bat \ the Philippines means the violation of anxiety: at ItilK.iw ana Mvu.LO-iaU if u... hitS
1 pearL and bat mad trip to SoothAmerkao Club's sanction and racing rules, has to 'sail across the ocean. As a mat this fundamental principle it must the White House! aud with more than Rican cummit-iioin : They al-k tat
ter of fact the strain on a boat wouldbe
the Rt'
fixed by attaCommittt't'
and other distant ports. been officially'
1 carrier of There will be trials to the less under the reduced rig In which give way to some other experiment.- ordinary interest by politician the subititationof civil ;"n rcutcDt fur t&4
I (;tbark Gray and no hi other the mall man U so contlnuaUFtn eastward between the> > boats before she would cross the ocean than under Des Moines Leader. country over.-Minneapolis: Times. I II I IDuuki I military octnpati frt't' trade with the

the bU&d the mind of Deer Island- the time named but they will lack the her full racing rig. The advantage of I I Ufcitvd States enlistment:i uf Pwlo Ri
he. HU coming with the mall Importance of the event announced. light construction to the defending All Wrong or All R&kt. and Tru.t.
Sri ptHH-b at over bU khoulder U anxiously which must result In a battle that will boat Is an overestimated one. Governor Mount says that he believes The Republican party is no longer in can citiulIl>bip. A* 1'orto kicu IB lit,..

Ukt4 forward to evrry day by the be witnessed by thousands. The committee there are some trusts that are all right any sense a party of the people. The part of the Unitary of the Citited .t
February hits named for this match Sat- HU Pall ""." .h. that the of and crganization and machinery ofthe ,
people of the town. Last they are means economy par States, it is Dot easy t j onier iii.l Lo.
Wr.- Gray and bU MsUtant Freeman irday, july 1, and the course Is to beftftee'n The man who had pinned his talt'to all the rest of that slush. That kind of : ty are in the clutches of the money pow these reasonable requests can U ..
Howard bad a terrible experience!- miles to windward or leeward the touts and was walking bom talk is like the old argument that slav- j er and monopolies. It is so completely fceed.---BuffaluCuurkt.! ,t
Si. and the mainland In from Sandy Hook Lightship: for. a from the races stepped out of th .
twsi the WARd 1 within their that the honest
because -
ery was right some masters I grasp memI ,
m horse and
of $ of buggy.
the mall through.nt" club cup way a
their efforts BargentvlUe to get In the afternoon The trial races to defend the Ameri ho:1. are you. Philblgr said thi treated their slaves well Either monopoly -I bers of the party have no longer any Amendlnv a tvniauMiInaUad ..,1...

j. with the left mall to cross the Reach ca's Cup against: the Shamrock have man In the buggy. and combination in restraint of ground to hope for its redemption. Honest of having it follow tbe La.,

which U about thrt-e-qoartm of a also been determined upon. and will "Short?" savagely answered the other trade is right or it is wrong. If it is men have the alternative to vote for why not auienJ a fauilisr saying bf ;

Bile' In width It the point where they take place during the first two week "Laid out. fr Jill tip to tip I wrong, it is wrong altogether.-IndianipolU -! the ugl'ntllof organized rapacity or leave putting it "trade folluw tbe uutd t4

oaually crww In an open b<>at of September. measure 2S7.50r Sentinel the party. IIlbIJul14l1."-Lwt.U\u Trwa ;

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Y. P. & C. E. TOPIC FOR T'HE WEEK LESSON XIII I -
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D X. 1'IaIa..fu/Q.MrU e.tYr.paredbiWi.Rcadlnc-Tor Co... c._.... by W.. K. Flihcr-Qart.r.> Wtta Cemmeni BT Wm. K. FIaJI.r-Fn- Ladies SummfliDre, ; Goods and Notioua
17 .B.TI.W- U.ld.n Temtt This faTalthfttl :
*/ pirttMt Growth, Mark 4i
Ready-made
ttt.43.Somehow. Saying and Worthy .! All Ceaildcratleo: aplrttul Growth. Mosquito Canopies.
AeceptatloB,that Chrtnt Jesus Came lal. Mark 80-33.. Y -
the great majority of the W.rl4 CAUL SCHHEBNICK PreE'
to tee Sln .ri, 1 Tim. 1: IlL
CLttstuius lose Dr. Schl'llin his comments on this
sight ef the fact that
alter they give tlie.r heart to the Lord In writing of the "Studies of the tonic says that in it "we have two parables ,
'. Jtsu Christ:. and are born again, It Is Gospel of John" covering the first I of our Lord, both of which relate
and this the second to the kingdom of uod. From the
thou their duty to -grow In grace and ( ) quarter Bishop FURNITUREHousehold
in the knowledge ot their ttedeemer," Warren says: "I knew a man who twcuty-slxtn to the twenty-ninth vet so 4
f After the went a thousand miles and back, and the kingdom is likened: to a man cast
natural birth Sewing MaruJnes
heel their children parents ex- supported himself at great expense, to ing tll'el1lnto the ground and while the --> ,
Vi-e. vua to grow and devel- be with Agasslz a couple of weeks at sower elecps the seed springs up and The Rest Jiicblii Made Light Eom.luK said
our heavenly Father expects :obit!Ietaa
The next likens the '"
law unie ,t his summer school at rcuikcse. An grows. parable
us after
we are born into
his kingdom. hour with the great naturalist would kingdom of God to a grain of mustardsevd. -- -
l have amply repaid the trouble and ex which, though the smallest of .; Sole Agent for the tainous Wall Trunk. Mat '
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U grow in grace It Is necessary that pense. *To even sir the master of any I seeds, rapidly grows into a tree, snoot tresses made to oMer. A Com-
I .c. wv walk in the ways of the Lord; togrow department Is helpfuL ing out great branches "110 that the like
Jesus viv must constantly "Christ Is the Master In the Department fowls of the air may lodge under the ,-.. -.;
! look lu him as the Author and FinisherW -- : FTJR.NITTJR.EufalldtMcrlpUouiiatRock
of Spiritual Life We have had bhadow. It is clear that these two ";
! our .iSulvdtUi! tc all, with open six mouths' stay with Him and of parables, though apparently similar .. ','0.Give Doitow frk-en.. hub
j fate beholding us In a glass the glory Him. Happily we do not have to go ate quite distinct, illustrating different. Wholesale aDd ilctaa Kaby CnrrU,w trove |4
- of tlm Lord aw cbauB'ea Into the same to Jud<>a. He says, 'I will come to though not diverse aspect of spiritual up tu .30. Co carts, IWrlJerIWn,Ice cbciU
lIuIrol! glory to "glory, even as by you and make my abode with you' ;rowt1&. In the first parable the emphasis Ete
tie Spirit of the Lon" (11 Cor. 3:18)). .... -
and 'Lo. I am with you always even Is on the secret growing of the -
J' /ur lIultl<-II'UI)' ia.of God." and from 'ami in UKvcouJ, the results are We han
unto the end of the world either as to ; particularly a couHlgnnn-nt or Oak Diaer aid 'S
Itlui uiu.t vouuour increase to attempt ,
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time or space."It noted. Uewl Kuckers that will be sold very low. W. /
to grow of ourselves means dlltt Is not fish we experiment onUS In the bowing of the seed we see the handle the ....8Iuu. tltrtlaud awl Uantblir
a.G-r and sure defeat but to grow up his duty, and after- ,
t did Acasslz. but souls ourselves, so tower performing BILYrLE 4
Into Christ, our living head always there can be no more interesting war he enjoys the well-earned rest; ,
; ui.sius coin-taut growth and continual study" and repose ot the toiler. Duty was his Especial given to our Mali Order.

r vK-tory in the"'lM'r"ll'ot the Lord. The following is a brief review of and he informed, now be lays him We UnranU Satbtnetlou. both U gomli ud I et'rkes. ;
Jesus U tilt" ,llot' and we are the the lessons of the quarter. down to sleep" and leaves the results Can oo us, or send in your urdem !<.
: branches; to continue in that relationto Lesson I-"The Raising of Lazarus." with God and the result is the seed
1 >> him uoccni>arily means that we must!: John 11: li24s.: Golden Text: "I am springs up and grows. 15 lid 17 Laura SL.JACKSONVILLE! fL!. ONLY te.oo

,r grow lu grace so that if we are not the resurrection and the life."-John In the Master's vineyard our duty is The 4.21 D. E.
.. growing In the divine life we should 11; 2.-: to sow the good send, and the results COOPER M'fg Co.
examine ourselves, "whether we be In This is called the Lazarus chapter will be sure If we depend on the Spiritof ,
t the faith or not." The lessons it teaches have been the Lord for the increase, but while --- -- -- ;if

IW rt'l'Cutlhuml Christian man summed up as follows: ((1)) Light ou laboring for the Maser and endeavoring
l ay, "Our little !tin t learning to walk the problem of death. ((1) The feeling to extend the Gospel invitation hi Chas. N. Welshans

I :' and shows constant development along of Jesus in the Dret.enc of death; also a way that others will accept it, we ._ _. :
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;; all linen I spoke or it to my wife th* sympathy with the bereaved. ((3.) should ever be mindful of our own -7.r:

; other day ami afterwards said the Jesus, the Resurrection and the Life need of "spiritual growth." Not only ? :} '; : -STATE AGENT FOB ,
, i Mine a* w* e\ict her to grow and (I). The rai.xin: of Lazarus proved that ate we to lft others out of the mirey -
take delight m the fact that she does, the soul has an existence independent clay, but by the obligations we take ,
M our heavenly Father looks upon us." of the body and that death does not upon us when we sign the active mem- J

. t Hut while pumas want their children end all." bers' pledge, "we are to seek for ourselves Longman & Martinez Paints
to grow u the perfect stature of lesson II-'The Anointing Bethany and to help others to attain the Sun. -1
; phytlcal manhood, it frequently hap ," John 12; 111. Golden Test: highest New Testament standard of
l..ulhut in spite of their wishes, and "She hath done what she could" Mark experience and testimony." Unless we ...
ail their eiilt-avois, home times children 14; S.This. are doing this we break the covenantwe Lime Brick Shingles
e remain dwarfs all their lives, and is called the Bethany Chapter make when we join the league, and

j other suffer from some malformation; The lesson taught is 'The eternal fragrance we are not consistent members of the Cement and Coal Tar. 1
I with our llraAfuly 1'uther it is not so; of a beautiful deed." Methodist Episcopal Church. It cannot -
be not only desires us to grow but he Leiou III.-"Jesus Teaching Rumple be emphasized too strongly that

ever stand ready, willing and able, to ity.'Wohn 13; MI. Golden Text: the league was organized as a distinctive Agent for Sickler's
bleu us with all tie fulness of the "I have given you an example John denominational young people's society Peerless Cement Plaster.

1 fiKpv-l of l.'i.Ut,. and baptize us with 13: 15- so that the young folhs of Meth-
the Holy Ghost so that our growth The title of this chapter is, "Th odUui might be taught the doctrines of 13 South Hogan St., JackionYille, Florida. lo..tl.tS

IdUtIl.be Mir, rapid, and lasting. Lord's Supper." The lesson Is In Ole 'growth in grace alter conversion and

While we are to know that we aregrowing example of humility. There was strife the experience entire sanctification A Chance to do Your .
which is the "work: of the Holy Ghost
from the fact that our faith as to who should be greatest and
becomes stronger our trust more blessed Jesus rebuked this spirit by making wrougt in the human heart, wherebymen LITTLE BROS.
and the revealing of the Lord's will himself the least. (and women are made holy.

E become more full and complete from lesson IV.-"Jesus the Way and the Only as we as au organization grow -- : ',.,,
f, day to day-we know these things be- Truth and the Life," John 14; 1-14, in spiritual: things, and fulfill the obligation : "
l CUUM they are true It is also true that Golden Text: "Jesus saith unto him, of our pledge, can we be used of FERTILIZER and PHOSPHATE COMPANY

\ we cannot Pipl-iiu! how any more than I am the way, the truth and the life," God us we should
the fanytrnil\ explain the growth of John 14; 6. The subject of the lessonIs To enjoy spiritual growth we must
the seiMwhuh he has planted but he "Christ the Way. He is the way to be consistent Christians, and constantly .. Jacksonville, Florida.

knows it has, because he sees the evi- Mir UMrenlY homo. scwk to know the will of God, and .' .
dccce of it. Lesson V.."The Comforter Promised Jo as He gives us the light and

The beginning may be small-as Jean ," John 14; 15-27. Golden Tenet: strength. We cannot see how out by If you are requiring FVriilizeri for VrgelaMft
1 *aj II lo our scriptural ll'sson-as "1 will pray the Father and lie shall having His spirit within us, and wing; ,

mall a" the smallest seed in the vegetable give you another Comforter" John connected with the true and living Job11 Pineapples, etc., write to. us and we eta give you
14; 1(5.Atuution. vine, our growth will be steadfast and !
kingdom, and then grow as the ,
mustard pvd does until it becomes the should be called to the sure, and as we grow in His image we ;; more value for your money lhaa say other if aiufactarer .

greatest tf all !herbs and birds of the fact that "in this lesson we have the shall be neither barren nor unfruitful =::
air bulge i liner the shadow of it. Our only one selected from John that reveals It is sometimes thought that Chris- or dealer in this Stale or from ty .:
talents be few and to us the Holy Spirit as the thin workers make a mistake in devote
may wry our natural >-' other State. Write
abihtiry limited; like Muses source of power, of holiness, of life, osuccess ing much time to urging members of for pamphlets, price., tie.. i
in the church all theagl'8. the church to fcauc'tify themselves unto '
we may cry' out to the Lord that we through to above address s.lI.S1 '
." the Lord and receive. the baptism of 11
are slow! of speech, and neither are we 5 5 (
,, clmiiu'iiL but by lying! submissive in Lesson VI.-'The Vine and the the Holy Gild: bu<< Mr. Wesley urged
1:1: hauYaji the mu.-tnrJ seed lies in old ISrancht-s John 15; 111. Golden Text: tW uJxj-kU: uJTt-nfvo/i fie paid tp tuat \
r mother earth, he Tyill chase us to flourIsh "I am the Tine; ye are the branches," past of tW \\'{ & Ep the early days -A ATTENTION MERCHANTS I It
\ Methodism, when the membership of .
t and grow, and so be made a'bless- John 15; 15.
luz: to trfhtrs.WrIUuA In this lesson we have beautifully a local church (or society as they were
illustrated the closeness of our relationship then called) fell off, or the cause did !
on this topic Amos K. Wells THE
MIAMI BOTTLING
with Jesus and our entire dependence not prosper, he traced the cause backto WORKS
says. ux>n Him for spiritual life the fact that the doctrine of entire
To grow requires four things: G- 1.4-ison VII.-"Christ Betrayed and sanctification was not kept up to the Is prepared to deliver, EXPRESS Pumio, to all re.poa.lhle parties i
good souse, to ,stv' what you need torJ'lCJ&rt'lltl text should been. In those ork
Arrested. John 18; 114. Golden : front as It have
what: n-jH-ntance.hinder to cast from 0f' 'He. Is despised and rejected of men." days, as now, some advised that caution BOTTLED SODA, POP, GINGER ALB etc, i
S you your growth; 1:>,'1. 53; 3. The subject of this lessonis lie used and that it shall not be
AlMMlUnuv. to grow in the right way: "Steps toward the Cross." stroney pressed on the people; to these Ptrigc Dade C .*ly Merck..u Sstirlted ad SltlaJ\L C"rl...... ,

f and W-work, in-rseveranee, and plen- LPSMHI VIII.-"Christ Before the Mr. Wesley said you can never speak (S. CASTELLANO. Prop. 1UII.
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of It.
tr
l F Fa : High\ Priest,' John 18: 1. .21. Golden too strongly or explicitly upon Christian :t'u-u I
t t I'htf farmer sets things to grow only I I Text: "lie came unto Ills own ,and perfection. If you speak only {!
. iE by working with the laws of soil, rain, -- -- - -
I His pwu received Him not" John 1: faintly and indirectly, none will be offended f;
'aan'l i profited.
: |111. Jesus went through the form of none you .
! i Itually. we must learn what the ,I two trials, the first before the Jewish speak out although some will probably'be
F|> Itual laws are and conform to 1, othl'fII.111 find the
and the second before the Roman au angry, yet soon
tlallb.t 'i|I thoritjes: they found no fault in Him. power of God uuto salvation.
t t It Is dUavtriniH to grow all in one dirwtV ;< but'Condemned Him because they hat Writing on spiritual growth, Amos e
>nr'vrn the spiritual body must determined to do so. Running through U. Wells says: "How many that would
batu breadth t-ornsi-ouding to its 1 I the lesson is also the account of Pet think it a fearful calamity to be
tit IjiVt''or it will topple over. ,,I er's denial teaching us that following dwarfs in body are not worried in the .
If'the body 1'.to :grow it must hare Christ afar off will leave us In the least over their dwarfed souls! They
total C twit aIr exercise and rust If power of the tempter. forget that some day their spiritual : The Tropical Sun

r your hpintual hotly is to grow, it must Lesson IX.-"Christ Before Pilate." bodies!! will constitute their only ap- 1
i. U- fed on the food of the Word it must John 18; 28-40. Golden Text: "I find pearance. ,

ieilhe in the fresh ute of the Spirit, no fault in Him." John 19; 14. Are you Irowlngre you helping
i It must rxrrriM ltj\.1t'n holy living, lesson X.-"Christ Crucified," John others to grow? j
: and 4t must rest in the Lord. 1ft! : 1730. Golden Text: .'ThpIn of rI J

;[ .' God who loved men and gave himself JUNIOR LEAGUE TOPICS. 1

: ,,'...tans I for m*'," Gal 2: 20. Stalker says:
, "The cross was planted on Golgotha.
Nothing can call them back-the The of the Job DepartmentPrints
years vineyard east which was
a dry, dead tree; but lx! it has bloosoioed -
l Mtlh nugUfMHsl riches bent like generally on a hill (Is.. 5, 1; Jer. 31, 5;
Aaron's rod it has struckits
r Tba( blind complaints or baseless fears ; Amos (i, 13) was surrounded by a wall and
root down to the heart of the world Prospectors Inquirers
Fulled of their just intent; or hedge in order to keep out the wild
and its branches
sent upward until to ,
No future need no >bent pain- boars Psalm
pn r
( 80,13)), jackets and foxes a
day it fills the earth, and the nations
, Nothing, own call them back again. rest beneath its shadow." (Xnm. 22. 24; Xen. 4. 3; Ez. 13 4-5;

Lesson XI.-"Chrlst Risen," John 20: Matt 21, 3:;). Within the vineyard was I Will find THE TROPICAL SUN
Nothing can change for you or me, one or two towers of stone, in which Letter Heads
[ t Tlio-H momenta., big 1 with fate 11.2Holdl'n from the Text dead.:""Xow I Cor.Is 15 ChrUtrisen ; 'JO. the vine dressers lived (Isa. 18: 5, 2); loaded to the muzzle every week with
Wbw awful power of destiny so when Jesus spake the parable tour Note Heads
We recognize too lute; The resurrection of Christ proved that lesson of the day to the Jews, theywere just the information they trans
He was the Son of God: it also
Yet error in the <-oui>e of time, proves StatementsBusiness '
perfectly acquainted with thepiciuie
t..a pan 1'h c d enqua u y with crime.: 1!I Immortal Lesson life XII.-'The beyond: the XI'Ufe grave. In _L .___ _, but .mere. __L. .is a_ tar_ deeper ,lesson Trv" it and_ be n convinced._ ______

to be them. The Cards '
Ay. and the schools, whereof we take Clirl"Let t.the" Col.peace 3; of 115.God Golden rule In Text: designed taught to represent householderwas Jehovah. Subscription Price-1 year, $2 ; Six Months, $1 ; Three Moalbi, &utllf
your
Sad counsel strive in vain The husbandman, the Jewish nation. Bill Heads
I Col. 3 15.:
hearts ;
To reconcile the heart or make His the
servants prophets and teachers -
The lesson I is indeed practical from
The dark enigma; plain; I! beginning to end and emphasizes thenecessity of religion among the Jews, who And all kinds of Fine Stationery
rhiktMophy the Heaven-born. I called upon them to render to God Ills
of Christians
with
showing
unef and will\ I :
remorse put to scorn. due. Beat one. this represents their .
!e their actions the fruits of their pcoI
Like Jacob In the wondrous fessions. treatment of His prophets. His Son. Are You Supplied ? Z
tale the Lord Jesus, who was then addressing .
Convicted of defeat. I flow II. L.v.dA them, and whom they would kill ., .

Each soul alone in Penlel's vale, little boy declared he loved his I (ch. :JT, 3.; Matthew), the Lord or owner -
TU,' Man of God must meet:- mother '"with all his strength.; lid of all things. These husbandmen,

Uu"t't.t deliverance from the seneOf was asked to explain what he meant the Jews. Other husbandmen, the Give us a Trial Order
Infinite! loss and impotence.ltr'i [Blessings which received
by all his:: btrensth.: they and :
He said "Well. I'll tell you. You see. abused he would I'Ito others. lathe
I Angel, Suns withdraw their we live on the fourth floor of this tenement Scripture. Psalm 118, 22, this wasa

C' Lt. ; and there's no elevator, and the prophesy of truths.
1 1 v ht.-r* break up and flee, .
coal is kept down in the basement
. 1rb!" ii the d,,,..p and dark of night; ..
, O. -ilfrw with th e: Mother is dreadfully busy all the time 91. 'r'fIIr. om u.'. And We Will
and she ISfl't't'r strong; M> I see to it A European eminent
Yet Is ? servant was
thy voice the Voice! divine I
that the coal hod is .4..,
And Isaac blessing lens titan tune.Independent. never empty. I recently man led to n native woman in i
, [ lug the coal up four flights of stairs all 8amllf n;: !>v the Mohammedan ceremony. 1
It by myself: and it is a pretty big hod. i It took place in the mes.lid, 1

' Mle. Mln... i I.,lIt takes all my strength: to get It up and it was itmduiAed by the enghulii, Indian River
here. Xow. isn't that loving mother NurseriesBudded
Th'e principal supply of mica comes my but the bildfgroom was not presentHe Please You.
with all
my stnngthThe Picture had .
f-ou' Tulneg In given written notice that he .
Mervin; Smith, have Bengal.been These operated says from A. World. would not )put in an appearance, but Citrus Trees of every variety ou Sour Orange and Lemon Stock; also fall

. ancient period the mica he sent hN hat and that was accord- line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to tab tcctkx'i in. .
a
very being The r"w"r nf a M"tli. Voice Budded Varieties of *
I ,tUl-at for centuries-only taken out r.< Into native ru"tom. quite sufficient. eluding Mangoes, SO Cretans, 35 Varieties of
from cuts In the decomposed A mother sanz to her child one day She married the 1m Singapore Free 0.0.98 Palms, Roses, Strawberry Plant., Pineapple Slips Etc.
i open
A s.ong of the beautiful home above 'ress.[
i granite, new places being sought when San:: it as outy a womin sings JOHN B. BEACH. Proprietor .;- WEST PALM BEACH. FlA.

the sclld rock Is reached. Large fires Whose heart is full of mother's love. ,".. .' v ,< V .."-4
are b'sllt to aid in the work. The consumption r
of mica te now increasing, And ri-ue In Stranger tin iMlnbow).-I suppose Boarding at Reasonable Ratea
manv a the
years that
but leeics to hare been greater at anearlier came.He hU suburban trol!".v line has Increased
, time as the output of these values lereobout'yFanner
heard the 4
pet was estimated at about 3.700' sweet song; : sound of that low Grecnc.-Oh.; yes! Ole Bill MRS. JAS McCANN is prepared accommodate boarder at her

tors'ln! 1849 and only about 1.000 tons It took him bak this 'hlldhooddaY8 Josslyu ,,:mm't.'orlh time powder to ; well known boarding house on Clematis Ave., close to Y
j In UP*. The pri.. s of tea mica range It kept his feet from the paths of: low> him to BrMsrport till he got run K.C.Ky. depot. t
bv of \\-rn\
over one cars-now he's
tto.aS to 3 or 4 teats per pound.
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ATSANflAGO{ TI WAKE*ISLAND' ...:.....:..AWAKENED.. j ji i City Directory, i. 1 .. > '. BARGAINS worth BUYING .

Old Glory Uafeted Cver a Little Piece of OFFICERS. 3 '. ..
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.. i Territory lu IUd-Pacllie. -AT .
ILMON W HIU.t).N... _.._ .Mayor
The conditions mder which WakE
; GEO. S. AD t KS Clerk, Assessor and Treasurer
A Thrilling Incident of the
7.; Island midway'between Honolulu and ACL JOXES.........__.._._.Marshal
the Philippines, was taken possession THE BOSTON
Last Ascension Told
by of In the name of the United States bj F.OAR1) OFAL_ ERflIEN. rr STOREt
the commander of the Btnnlogton on CfcO.W. HOTTCI8._.........._.. __ lresiilrnl01ISB .
: a Participant. her voyage across the Pacific are BEACH_.._. .. ...-.-..J. D MVTHIS 'It

E--:: r-- fI piren-ln rciwrt to the Navy Deportment ]. A. SSTKAW KKMAX..Gt'O.. BltNI3lRGCAR v "._-*,?:,: *? .. .srJ'J : MRS. J. HANDELSMAN Is hero for the
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-. 'from Commander Taussig. !. bCHRKIiSICK.: .. B. M. TOTTER. ..... -.-. >:. <, "$.:
ENEMY. : :.. : .
MARK FOR THE 'f :' '' next week and will sell
TLt officer says he approached thE Council meeting on the 1st; and J<1 Tpetday in

Maud wth! the nitrigator at 'he masthead each month, at 7-30 p.m. ..
;-i Fdteen Jr-e::; ; t Above the steaming slowly along the southern Dry Goads oooo
and eastern sides to discover MII* -

Ground and the Mauser Bullets of habitation, and looking,n vain tot Clothing IATCOSTII

Tbitkcr Than; Hall.w ;' an anchorage. He did not drcumuuviirate County Directory- ', Advertisers !
.
t the island, but seeing that the Shoes
outlet on the north was Lur"dnotonl) ,

la .......,..... Tat tk. tkr.. N...Icat.n by a wail of coral but also U{ a sandpit .COUNTY OFFICE ;

N UI (.., r.m l-lt K.q.lre t/'rtake/ J.k-*>ftdUc UUrmtchwi and. A landing wee made and a flagpole ; Kyt'IMHY .. c.iI'l'UIc..urt Cirri ,

i. and Urdalrf 111I1h. llukct KiJ414 was raised. Iu>sides some piecesof ; ItOBT. R. TAM.CR.....1'TOM.cuting AttoriilVK.
's.. wreckage, 110 sipns\ of human CKCUpatijn Who Use the THE BOSTON STORE
; a4 All Ik. Ueetipanu WmmJeO. J. Cllll.USGWIJUrH.NlcnlJ1t.: :1
were ,1: .. __ ...la* A*-I'.r : k
I am the only talee rah operator Mde of the island imbedded in tIll H. J. ANTItOXY: : ... . .Tax tolU-rior MRS J. AN D E:L$M! AN, Prop. :

who wtut up la the war balloon at El sand, an anchor was seen end what E. H. imili'lY...._... .. .._..__TrtaaunrWICI. MARCUS & '
I'auey and gautldjro, and this IB the appeared to be the wreck of a lower H. RfSsELt.Superviwir of RegUlratiimr'RANKLY.NSHKKX FRANK Manager. -WHtLlDlILOCI. '

story of the ..4.en: 1Qn. Tlw balloon mast was higher up the beach. .. ... '.-_... Mirvejor I i iZ.
wa hot full of twice all) that: It looked When the Hag staff was: in place the .,MHUIilTT ,...MipU Public InjtrustmnCOUNT .-
tike a sieve ,hen It dropped. I re- sailors' were formed in two tanks facing .
Jved a glancing shot! over the eye, seaward and having called all to }' COMMISSIONERS. Columns of Ocean Steamship Company .

baring a scar that I will carry for lite. witness that the island was no' in possession X. W; ITTN, bainuaD._. Lake North .

The Italloou wa one of lour, and of any other nation. Commander .!. H'. I-AIMIAI'.T. ._ __. .I'lihulleu..a. :
wa tbe ouly oue until. It wax undercharge Tanssig ordered the American hag W. J. S1MNK. .__Cmiiiimit tirou SAVANNAH LINE."

of the Signal! COr'l11L" I made to be raised by .Ensign YVettengellUlHin It E. MrI O.\\LD '" ....?...................._ O.'iw;
fuur awviuilou Lieut SlcNorn was reaching the truck the flag was W. V. RUSHING-?...???__._ -Neplune .' : 1.
In command. "Hud" McKalb was the saluted bv twenty one Irons from tin &.;t.IUI I'.lwr4 m.-,.t lu nj.-ul.ir H-MIOII nn % Florida 't- i

.rob'l't--- and 1 slut the telegrapher tenuinton. Alter the salute the flag tI!,.. Ii..a Mouil.iV in each n.uutii. j I 1I ,

The Ural trip wan wily without exdtluj was nailed to the masthead with battens FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. THE"i To New York .* And Boston. I

; Incident A few pit-kits tired and a brass plate wits the following 5Esataeuhu): bAhx1'UL'STr.E j
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at the balloon but did no damage mpt'ak Inscription alas screwed the ', '. --- -- ,
X MMICK. Palm Pach .. _.... SenatorF.
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of. base of the lIt;:staft: S.4ORSE,3tbniL..._.._._ Ri-pivs.-native. ..'-' A Short Rail Ride to Savannah, Thence 1 H
In cipher. "United! States America. William
All the mouMjrei wore sent -
We rent the location ur the en- McKInley, PmsMrtit: ; John D. Long, COLN1Y SCHOOL BOARD. A Short Sea Voyage.Sailing ::

tinltm line a* we 'UulJt'P them, but Secretary of the airy; Comnian.leiKilward Sl'PtKlNTEMitXT 01' n I4.1C INSTKl'CTION from i j
Saannah
had no trouble. The tteconl trip on I). Taus-lf; U S. Navy, Com Z. T. 1I..RRITT.LeIl.ou Cil y TROPICAL : t if
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Jut) 1 Will quite like the first. We mamlimj the U. S. S. IknnSugtou, this Menuits or oCUuua.IV*1111. 5 Ships Each Week 5 . 'i

heard a few scattered shuts, took similar 17th: day of January, 1SX:: took possession J I W JAi K-O>.I liatrnnu_.t'Oi-oanutfirove _. "
otuHTraUou, and put In about of tile Atoll :known a'\ Wake K. KING_..... ... oJ.iter ---- j

4 two and a half hour oh the work.. bLind for the United States of Atuerlea. .\. W. OAKN El T............._..._..._..Hy|>ou o All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with sailing; schedule Write for ge...
"
Tin- third and last trip'was at Santiago eral information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation, or call mi *
31 of Commander Tamsig!: deseriU the ---
on the morning; of the July,
and I am telling you it was a trip to Island thus!.: It was more heavily SUN E. H. HINTON, Traffic Manager WALTER. HAWKINS, Fla. IW AKt..

make a man' hair turn white. The wooded than shown in the chart Savannah, Ga. Jackso nilk, Fla. 6-1 yl

flfhtfug linen bad been getting! closer Patches of grass here growing on the 'State Directory -- - .
i for three day, and I knew that we lagoon silt of the western Met anti .
1 were lit for t hot tiim' The lieutenant the shrubliery afforded nesting place, r Do You Want a :

f knew It, too, and I remarked to "Hud," for the many sea fowL IMsh .were EXECUTIVE DEiARTMEb. ? ,

that It would lie a lucky moiniug for plentiful in .the 11:;\lOn, and t hl're"a, W. i>. BI.OXllAM. .. ... . .". UuuruuJNO. \Vr have them to Sell,and if we haw STEAMBOAT

u* If we all got back alive a swift current running oat of the UCUAWKUUD; ._.?...SiiMTrtarjofSUtttM. : mu eon baud losuitwecaabuildJust
The balloon ruse about an fast as a southern pH -iige. The lago-m on the I H. Ufc\\UU'SM .. ... Comptroller| hat louuant. 1

cable car tuna! and for the first twentyor south side was shoal, but on the north JAMEaf.wllITFIELD... ....?..?Trcaburc

thirty feet In the run we Did not hears side there was a long strliof deep \1'M.U.LAUAU......... .. Attorney General CLAIMIt We are nls4 I'nolmretl

I hot The bag wan drifting well blue water extending nearly its whole \v. N. SI!EATS ___Sui.l. Public luatrurtiu To FurnMi_. __ .__.
over the water when we heard the length. Outside the lagoon many L. 1!.\VIMh Vt.LL..... ..(on.. AfrlfultureATIUCh. "
I tint "Hng.-l>lnijr"of.tu; Mauler bullet -? shark.- were seen erowdng Hound oui UOUTUX.djlliant Ceut-ra)

aero** 'the aide cf the luaket and ;boats and<< around the ships. \V HMIITOXJR.: ... .. Surn'or-G.ncral Pumping Outfits for Irrigation.
against the bag. Wheu these bullet "Had I been able to null an anchorage uo.cii at Tallahassee, Klorula.. e
sounded like I would have remained: in this Is The
('lIflJIIlnlr1t they were U. S. SE.'ATORS.J. .
vicinity two or three days to recon
trlklng against a atone walL noitre more thoroughly! the island and R. ,1.U.EltItO..J ncL..o\!, Write or call on us! for Anything in .;

I Well the balloon was probably to to take astronomicu! and mijriietlc ol>- S. R. Y'\LI. )Rr..o; ....? .?.? .?.1'eiiH.u-ul Our Line that you iieetl. ,
Ita full height1,500 feet-and I'was -
servationsbut, having; carried out the U. S. CONGRESSMEN. 1
1 m.Llng on the tteker'when the
|tnmtile Ix-can.away It wi-med as it the orders of the department, 1 took my ROnT W.DAVIS .. ... _?.._ .. Palatka Merrill-Stevens. E ngineerin. g Co .

$8Mtulard bud turned all their guns departure. for Guam. s. )I.sr.\I>KUS .?.?. ... .. ... Tampa| t,

upon tu. Tbe noUo of those ilansers Puerto -lllew-Toliarro.IlomemaJe SUPREME COURT jlJ/JCES. JACKSONVILLE FLA.Jacksonville

against the bag wan like forty hod- Int lassc-s.soaked plus: M. ll.MAUUY.. .. ........ ....... l'li ..rJu8tiee BEST .

carriers falling down ladders with tobacco, iu ropes a hundred feet Ions 1"\ 8. CARTER .. .. .... .A "cilltll Ju.lkeR.o' '
their hod*. Is one of the primitive! wonders( of the TAYLOlt.f. .......?. ...... t ""24J! RorKItTua Marine Railways 1
The rain of bullet never let up for a Wand. On any market day one may .
/ /?. COMMISSIONERS.
MMt>nd. "Bud" had Just asked lilt if see the tobacco man with hill little f
I wtin't jetting a little nervous when table piled with bad cigars black U. E. DAY', Chairman ?........-. ......Gaiues\-ille i<
k be ..w Oed mess! up J. U. MDKGAN...... ......?._......._.......Ja-per Established 1875. .
yelled they've
cot hat, no that ou .
aa your preen > may
\. lie to the bottom of the J. M. .........?.........Kt-fcimiiiee
drooled over wring water .from them, and i*> cheap
) basket with two wound in bin Jolts L. NKKLKV. JB. ( lerk..... .?...Arcadia
one that a silver dollar will luiy out his
left and the in his left foot Headquarter and ofiufn of the Board at Tat.lahassee. William A. Bours & Co.
I groin other stock In trade; but the thio* which AdvertisingMEDIUM ,
I noticed two hole in the basket .> catches the eye is the cylinders, eighteen ; .

be dropped.the lever. I hat just Mdrrvd Inches Ugh; by sis in breadth, .
who the first man would be. made up you would SWAT, from Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers.

bights of hawsers! soaked in tar, but in ,
reality chewing tobacco; Try It once 't
and quit A toluccivthewlii-r. Jackey i General Directory, No. 6 EAST BAY STREET, -:.- JACKSONVIU.K, FLA. I
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fromteorgia. with a day ashore at f
1'once, volunteered the Information:
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CALENDAR.Sei'enth
I "Yes,, Suit, that's, the Host pow'ful COURT I We handle only the Utst ami most Hjlalilft.Str| I Fluff I ever Mowed iu inv wisdom ( l. r.'uit.)

teeth. Yes, Stilt, that's -ight.! I M. S. JONES: ; .... ..... .... .._. Circuit J UHKC: Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, .11

agreed: with him.Smoking J. I>. ISEuUS: .......... Sftlc'. AUoruc.\ .
: Is almost univerpnl: in 11ter- srKIMi TKUM.OnrfoUCuunty. Meal, Cotton Seed, Meal, Both Bright and Dark. J J.AT

to Uico the cigar: and the>ciirette lie- 1st Monday in M.trch. .
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WHOLESALE
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ivy alternated by most natives without Orange :S< ,
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I any apparent preference. The better Lake 4th. Of Any State Agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co. I
classes of the women sd,'In never Vuluoia: 2.1 l April.

I to uw toJuut-o in any tout a'id l to one Urc.arcl" 4th II Star Brand .rtlliz..rt'ulrallteo.d a--l\bU, Orange two mid \>|ci-UWe KrrliluT. hK
accustomed! to Kti-iug the dainty hnjrers DI.I" '. Ut Monday fur 4tb t Mon- groundihurXetrate5.tta. Muriate of IV'a-h uli/.i-is Lace IHI MiK-in.r| 111 the :Market, And a trial rail ooutmcv
tt of Mexican: t-euoiitai lioM lightedcijrarettes lily in April. Send fur Catalogue, Fl'lot"t- %."
after the black toffee is ui-t. TERM i
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h served SlilUf how soimttm ill lacking! i>-Hl.'t County, M Monday in Ortohpr.Orsnge ---- -- --- -- ---- -- I
t' in the familiar ('nzt'lULIf tropical 2-1 .* e

I i # r \ home life. lake .' 4th ". Florida! East Coast Ry. J I

The ih!asant woman dearly loves hei VnluxU J.I *. ".. Nov WEEKLY PAPER
black cigar, and a sight whi'-'i iiryiiM.tri Bre\ard Uh .
risibility the common one of a huge; Ut M-imlay: after the 4ih Monday TIME TABLE XO. 20. IX EFFECT APRIL It, 11>99. r

I black aunty rolling down tie centre oi rn Nucrmler .A
a street, burden with be bnlanci-d Go V'T SIGNAL SERVICE VEPJ.J. SOUTH BOCXD (Bead Down OATH BOl)D (Bi.d Op),

I load! heavy' enough for a horse placidly tv.CCtsNK .. ..... t WrTiiliMnaHiry 1\039" Notaf XoO
smoking an inky cigar of, able proportions ( at Jai'lier lisle!. i)weuf-I STATIONS f y

whose cloii'Ks: of smoke enshroud COT LIGHT HOUSE SERVICE. In The 1 '" 9 &Ja f Leave.... ...... ............. J..k..n\illo. ......................Arrive tip_ 10!a.ii'iJIIp.hl1 }
her head and waft into her ('011- Ja'Arrive......................,St.Au'uline........................Ltttc flip. ty43ep'leta'Leave
tfiitil b.ilf-cl.i.seil eves. Errs .her. Li/iit House at Jupiter) hiltJAMES '! ': .. .... ..................?Et.Augustine........................ I...i 1r uooUp
She l -has only half enough to tat, but I' A. AHMOL'K... ... ................KerlurJ. bldpllliql! .. ... .. ... .... .. Haettnae .. .-.:::::::::::::::::....:: re 65aOJtitlaaArnve

SIGNAL CORPS IN WAR BALLOON I U rich in the Mtothing c It noctar nico- WKLI.S.: .. .. ........ Is! A.sistrnt i I . .. ... Pa. atka. .... ...._.... .. ... tve1 ems
LJeot. XIcN'iirn waa an ('01)1tJI ice tine.-llarper's Weekly. BrSJtLLS.: '. ill A5M l nl --1-1 1I.'V .ova ., ...... .. ...... .Va.utka.../. ........Arrive Stop_ Jul

lie bad just written a dUiiatcli and (I. S. LAND OFFICE. iiiih.lH'\I Arrive ..... .haa Matev ........... ... Leave 410l* TK
bonded It to me wheat he was hit. lie I' '.. 11'tl'.lor..lhu.. -t1 -a*,Leave. ... .. ... .. .. .. Sun Mateo. ....... ....-. ...... .. ..Airly* p
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wag landing ilo.t> the edge of thebasket. The sign umbrellas seen in front ostores II. CIH'HIt. neaisit'r'r I IXa: Leave...............'....... Ent Pulatta.U5p ........................L.tve : \ lie*
I where uu.brelb.h Mild Iat,...lIa iainovillc.I n..ri.lal 'IAlp i < II ......................-... Onuond........................... lUlp TL*
The basket had taken a sudden are are STATE Of FL RlnA. flip: 1 tt I >pI, ......................... Duma ......................... II a.1p T Ota
turn when be fell with his head commonly of cloth, though nia.le iu acry 7'i'pSlip llepl! : ........................PortOruogaNewSmyrua................... ... : 141) .!la'l4.Jp
mcriMM the edtfe of the basket and a i \ cons'deial'leariely; ut colors and | ........................ ........................ ;S Iii...
ctuuhiimtious &Ihp ihlPI II ...................... Oak HIU. .................. ...... II :
bullet lu bU rich; aiM!!. I I of0or3.\ and viiuetimein :; 25>pi II ..........................TilitvilleBC .......................... 24.11Sir!
Then followed the hottest ten niiunh place of sign umbrellas there are ... .. II ........................ Point......................... lit;' .. ..
of life. I caught hu ; used for the taw l'urp'I"'C ballooi ...... 334pl ........................ .. &.._ ............:............... 12vi .....
uijr ',r ,..... : II ......................... BiH-kivtVe ........,................ II I alp .,...,
ant with one arm aud drew lIt'utt'n-1 I haIIt'tll..tlntl'aUl't'S of iloth. In iron s . P3arsssss ...... 'JIIPI; ......................... Eau sine ......................... II ::2u .....
into the basket, which wan \ of retail establishments who re unbnllas ,..... 41lp! ...... ....................Meihoorua...,.... ... .......... II 1I"a: ....,
form but an itemof the stock ...... 4ip ...........................howiaud ........................, II J Uba .....
lu that it wa a guess whether we ...... 5yJpiY: ............ .........._..I-La..1 ......................... II 116.- ..
wouldn't all be spilled out at the nest 1 IIi!. for instance, mon's furnishing ...... 5 p.; ....Si. l.ucio 11 (t'a ....,.
turu. goodstore*, the umbrella : ...... 1141)i ......................... .. Een .......................... !in zu ..... ,
With the other hand I telegraphedto !t I out ouly I in rainy cr thuafeiiiuijweather ...... 64 .> .. ........................... Jan-en .......................... : .11/[ !'* ......
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my friend ConUdine at the other to cull Iltt 'lltion to the fact AdvertisingRate ... .. atop u. ............._........... Mn.irtHubeouad........................... II Illb .... ,
'I' that there uiubrtllns are i sold; the signin first-Glass. ,..... 76p: .. ......................... ......................... II YYa...... t
endThe ...................... II .
i is like the f nil i ...... jIp'.t: Jupiter V. ......
lieutenant U hit I am hold- this case :sign <> +bet ,. .. 8130 II .....................We=t Palm IhMh.buynton ..................... Y Uteu ......
.lit); him up with one hand and Hiring shoes set out in like drcniiKtanees in ,.:;.. !83-p .......................... ........... .............. II 1111'. .......
with the other.Cunsidlne front of shoe stores. Suet sign um .. .. 84Si| .. ..................... iH-iray ...... ............. il.'lt .....
..... 9ap ......................Fort Luuderdale....................... II Tit ......
wired back: brela! are coiiuiiouly siipjiiit-d by Job! Sheet ...... W\IJI": .... ......... '" Lei.i'vuCity....................... II I' a .....
"Keep your uene. The balloon I is whnh\\holessilcdealer>aldl.lth'!' to their Is Uk"customers. I. ] Printing ...... lU"'JI' Arrive ...,..... .... ..... .....Mmini .... ... . . anu' ....-.
to
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touting down easy, gull we will t.tiiiJ keep HKTWKKX MOW MIYItXA 'AMI OIUMiK CITY Jl'.MTIOX.:

by If It touches land." sign vmbnUas or other accepted umbrcl'a i I II No.31No 1, "hTATibXS.Orange= I Nd v:j
t-iiibinus Hying all th- time, 3
I was told afterwards that it was ; ut I Ii 9{ 1J 9ea Lv... ...... ... ..........Sew :o'myrna. .. .,. ...:::::::"1'r i71: I '.p
the watch bettvevu ,to .also! the eht.-ibl-laments c'Ihiu'at; : 41kpil:9a.. ........ ................La.k..Heu ............ .... ...... ..L\.Hlillr.. .
twelve minutes by retail umbrella exclu-nely: c>t which At the Son Office. i 4Ijpll.....: ..?... ............... .Orange t Sty ............. ............ .. 1l1Al\l': 4 .Da
the first message from the balloon and there are not very many. At such an i I Will be Sent on Ap 4 AJp Ill..1r __ ... .. .. .. LYty Jim-!ion" .. .. :II Sw811trainslsctweeuNewSmiruaAmtOrruht'ii >%
It seemed like twelve
the landing. ,-stiUi>huunt. hinveuT the sign; permanently : : }uuctio1yexcelfl.ity.;
I tuck my head over the edge! I
years.
-played 11:1)he: of rathei
of the basket to see how the balloon more elalxtratc and costly cl-aractci KEY WEST AND HAVANA. !
wan drifting, and I thought that there I
r .'11' a chitmt when I saw it turning to than! those mole commonly used, beiaa The steamer of the Flundu Fast Ona>t IrteuuibUp OuiuriLi are appuut 4 to Mill .* 4kWII, v
f laud. For perhaps two minutes 11'1'11111)nut a loiitiig utnbreta..l'utone '. plication. of Frum M ,iui, 11:30: p. m. Tueslaysand. FruUj Arrive;"hif t
the Steamer
City
made! of metal with the inside Writ: 1:30 p. Wednesdays and Saturday*. Truia Si couurct
before the landing the shower of bullets Key WIt"
painted and the top g11J"d-Ji gold; um with bieamer. *
U t up.tiuslly brcll.1. and from KyW From Key West 3.30 p. m. U"w1neliy -Satl&Nayl.. Arri' .
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the basket grazed the beach <- Ir''to .Muuii 5:30 .ni. Tuur-xlty-tan I Sijii.Uys. conimi-tip< with tr\,ia73.ettYtushp .

and I climbed out. lly feet wire fairly ".\11 great works are written by famous lI !- :u.- From XlMiin.'a s. m. of days and TLurUy. Arriv by
on the ground when a harnsliootcr' men between: the ages:; of forty Mini tu unit West i p. m. Mondays RD i Tburadav Lrare Key XVr.l V p. m.
bullet struck my face under the left and sixty" from Havana same days. Arrive Havana C a. m. Tn K covered bead with blood time touching': "! Fniiu HHvuu.t l\1\ili\g direct for Miami 11 a. iu. 'T'uesday/
their children
and my that
"Yes bv are
eye : MEADO'R K-y W.-.t and FriitHy Arriv; Miami 5 a. ra. Wedn.I"&Ad NtIUI1'J.! 3 3N
H. s.
It was a lucky shot and palucd! mi, bu big enough; to pity: out of doors.Cluoago tuhlr nuA. COllIIl'Ctnc: with i r tin TH.The 1
knew that It was not serious. !:.'(...' !. '
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?* Time 'rau.ea suow the tuuu at which train.and boat may he t-ipeutetl to amve.ai.
Tbe boys ran up and carried the lie -BARBER- depart from the several s'atiyna and port, but their arrival ur del artare at the IUDee
tenant and aeronaut from the bu.sk\ "What a dtli ate little woman your stated U nut fuarauleud, nor dues the Company hold lUelf rupotdbla loir any delay ut aacuiUKuaeuced /

ind I turned around in time ut sec u wife i |Isis balloon collapse slowly to ti.! "Delicate: Do you know that 47 liiiltlenS. :Mark.I. I J.P. BI KWITH. Trafflu Manager. J. D. IUUXEK, A. O. K A.
rot.ad niu.: -s are willed into play when the Patronage of my frirudi rc&pvctfuliy solicited h a i St Aalt\1l'tme.
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THE TROPICAL SUNS WEST PALX BACfl, FLORIDA., THURSDAY JUNE 2!,1899.

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star-power of the heavens into revolvingand A SEXTOFS STORY. WHERE WE WORSHIP
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resplendent worlds and systems ; INDEPENDENCE DAY. -

he hat lit her lamp and descended to
They sat in a pew Quito near tin
and A Directory of t&* LealErife.or.il. cbaiuidRctikdeiI.
cold
the catacomb* of earth's crust
Mj4LAVTAt door,. Mr. and Mrs., Ore? and their

wandered through cities of the dead and daughter, a delicate looking girl of .

: 1.liw ft "P studied them ia their plenitudes of life about 20. Sometimes there used to ait

VT and b their laws of dissolution. She How \Vest Palm Beach Will CelebrateOur with them a young fellow,who found IIpl..1 ..m....

5 I has wielded the sledge ud pointed the the girl'B place and shared his hymnbook La.?'hvatII-I.tr.b4bI.1.s..I,. m.JAKU Mixes*. httBf.Serritt .

j- needle and printed the page, and flung with her. Once. during a laagtby rrtiy *a.d>y __g.u II e' ICL

the shuttle, and battered the pile and GreatNational Holiday. sermon. I saw him holding hw hand. SunJiy tKBool M o.1 v-I?m.murBiuHuuu ..AJJI.tae ....-.ett .a

heaved the granite and propelled the .; Unfortunately Mr*. Grey saw him Mnwt .114 Immk WcdMrfay d ck
I moot*. liv. U r. HzIeaTf.ctos.
too and frowned her disapproval noticed
engine factory and locomotive. There W... Aihamwo.Ja, 1een IJ.
that he did not ait there agaU.
Is,not a beast of the forest or the farm I
I Instead an elderly gentleman occupiedhis Holy T lnltySerr lls1aa.wig .
a not a force of nature visible or remote find her
seat and endeavored to
h1a lci A...
-: '- which does not already own the sway of Orations, Music, Aquatic Sports, Athletic Contests, place. when the would let him; bat a vm be hU KniartT every kaday

_t-- nan.. Indeed, nature stands calling for she rarely did. a, 1 3D p.....i. IkesewZpsoIchatcki'. ..
Events awt Pnewttt Mn-eu. _. ,. Ili.
.I ___ I as to come and conquer ,her. The apple Bicycle Races...A Day Full of Fun One Sunday she wasn't then nor he Jarnc*Uiwiry will....chaff"UocxrvicM.LADIES' .
that she drops at the feet ot a Newton is either and for the first time the baaa OMcUrery 1'ridII&.Jt
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tbe read ont between Olive Grey and p. Mat.CTTl.MarcAW.rrcn.
but a coy invitation to follow her to were Mu.GAUMIM. Sccrctuy.H. .
Frolic and Entertainment. Christopher Thornton.
THE TROPICAL SUN stars.
:- The Dignity of Labor is my theme tonight One morning after the third time of B. CboMb Isath.
asking I. aa sexton had orders to open Sunday Sduol L ...a84 KMMtifcj Lags
I The impression that some bale p. M.. every 1iIa....,. Cracnl pr jrttmf .....
and prepare the church for their mu- ,.... LtrtiW ... ..
is that it ,is degrading to work. That Tbwaday: &' M 7:1$ ,
riage. I couldn't help being sorry for meetings FitfdayafUnNJOMtlS. rrocUvicv ..,.
God sent labor as a punishment for sin. Magnificent'___ __ Disolav. of Fireworks'and a Grand Ball at Nizht-Casb_ u_,a "....1".. ii,. .."n.__" .ib.A..._ 8ft _If........ *.fir>&.. c v .w. -V v. fl n at II a. m.am rij Po.... l a Ute eftIto
God put Adam in the garden of Edento and depressing.I lag a wof serviLe will hihehi kail M how ...
: Prizes for the Victors in Each and Every Contest Race and fore the ftp1&r diviM wnrirc. WtwonMWgUi
SERMON OF KEV.S.D. PAINE dress it; to till the soil.r he food had hardly lit a moment when the u>IMVC 7u5 f>mct; .-*oM $54 Iwtpwt

was produced not by spontaneous effort door was flung open and the young fellow The Founk 5ssdays.erv1swWbsb.i4a.
; I Sport-No Entrance Fee Charged to Any Event-Low L2BUU at n a. m. Al HrailftM, at S ..
At Ue Went 81d VeBtregatianaj Cbarch, but by labor. Labor wu Imposed burst in. I Jumped up. saying: AtBojrntonIp. .. r

before sin entered the world. Then we "There is no hurry, sir; plenty of an.J, LWaLaguPsor.
'ada IUb&. I..* II, 18. Railroad Rates From All Points Between .
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\ find Cain tilling the ground. Noah bui1' time; they havent come yet! .
Congasgatisasi Cb......
inK the ark. The Patriarchs taking care Fort Pierce and Miami. "Thank heaven! he ejaculated when
The Conjrjegational Church was nearly b< could speak. "My man will you helpme KeY.S D. FAHC. ramar.Servicem .
ot the flocks. Moses keeping the sheepof ,
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filled last Sunday night to' listen to a timer'Then m. IT.OII Po" MwlayvboulMdfwtur
his father-in-law Jethro. Gideon an4<< earn 1100 at the same ltSblttUa a& tO a. ..
sermon on the Dignity of Labor byRe he told me what it was, his fats Christian Endeavor at IISU p. .. Pup
wheat when he was called Uettiag edDflld. .
threshing :, at 7 p M.CatbelU
S. D. Paine. He took as his text : white and anxious his hands trembling -
to deliver his country. Saul taking The General Committee in charge of work may be seen by the following low
upon and I agreed. Perhaps I.houldll'thue
1J not this the Carpenter, tie son ol of his father's asses when calledto the Fourth of July celebration announced schedule of rates secured for the occa. at. Ana' CbuMh.'tk .
care done but I myself
and brother and was
Mary of James Joses so. young
sion the the officials of B'cinnIug 8u....,. Juaary at" Shire
Palm Beach hare of the
take atVcst by
to place courtesy
aDd Judas and Simon and are not his be king over Israel. David his successor then and-I could begin furnishing on ..:I u .'',4v MMM.IHI kcrmua ., rjf P.a4a7
.--. sisters here with n*?" And they were tending the sheep of his father arranged the outline of tbe day's pro F. E. C. Ry. This item alone will Insure my own accountI ntlOn-ihM-ka.nl. 5yhuo1aI1p.s._
Offended with him.-Matthew 6th:}. and below is given a list of a large crowd of visitors to join and Verpvr. Mwk at IJW m a.
Jesse when he was called to be the gramme proceeded to put everything in its On w>ck. darn 31 I...* wilt be ml T a. ..
There are two theories extant of man's successor of Saul and wield tbe royal events and features as far as positively with West Palm Beach on July Fourth place again. Then I went out Into the I

origin. The first U that of the Bible. : scepter over the kingdom of Israel. decided upon up to date. in celebrating this the notable day of church. locking the vestry door after .v.mug Sta Uodjt. H*. 40,

The Mosaic account that God made manS Elisha plowing with u yoke of oxen Othei features of interest and enter .our National Independence. me.In Koigbu 01 Pytblas,

out et pre-existing matter the earth. tainment be added later for it is the the chancel I burtledly put the Meets rm Fi i.Uy Ntyhl alfM OCIOCigISI. .....
when Elijah called' him,to be his suc may PASSENGER DEP'T.; F. E. C. Rv., } rdtitiic. Visiiwi hntfect -HaUy Uvitcd. _---
and breathed into man the breath of cessor. Christ was a carpenter workedat purpose 01 those having the various departments St. Augustine, Fla., June 17, '99. f hassocks Into a neighboring pew the CaiAlc Han over i'uUn bckuui ItaO claa,.
books with and extinguished the Gw.s.ADass.C.C,
them
life 'and man became a living soul. the trade in Nazareth. The apostleswere in hand to provide just as To all Agents and Conductors: lights. L. F. Bin... K.at K. ft *. sp,'

He is a divine creatiou. fishermen collectors of taxes tentmakers many events of interest as can be crowded For Fourth of July celebration at Half an hour three-quarters went by

;The other theory is that of evolution. etc., Paul the grandest man into the day. This town has never West Palm Beach the following arrangements before a boy came to tell me I was

Away back ia the ages to long that we Christianity produced was a tent maker made a failure of any celebration it has have been made and tickets wanted at the church. GEO. H. MALTBY,

t can form no adequate conception. there and wrought at Corinth for his living. undertaken. and this sear an effort will ,may be sold accordingly: But I didn't hurry, having my prom-

I! were four or five primal germs or seminal Luther, th* greatest reformer of the be made to eclipse all former efforts. RATES to WEST PALM BEACH. ise to that young man in'view. The -. .DXAUK W- .

sphere from which all living Wbitfield the The .following embrace the leading' 'Ft. Vieree....,........_............. .. $1.75 vicar was waiting outside the vestry
I ages, was a miner's son. __ ______. ._ ...__.._. _. __ Household CH __ __ >
creatures e,o
Go back and yon will find a vegetablestuff great preacher century I North A nkona............ ..... .................... 1.60 party. Mrs. Grey was in a towering Office rurnllure
that might be called a mushroom. a &qa of an inn-keeper. Wesleys, the : SPORTS. 'Ankuna_______._.. 1.53 passion when I arrived.

sons of a church of England rector. Carey AgCATIC TibbaJ .?..._. ..__.._._....... ??...... 1.44 "
; "How is Swift? asked the
Tbc mushroom, by innate force develops'a the founder of modern missionary Row Boat Race ist prize fo ; 2d Eden-....................................__...._..... 1.40 this.
tadpole; the tadpole by innate shoemaker. prize,'$i. Kuxton__.._...._... ........... ...... 1.85 vicar. "A marriage for 11:10 o'clock Funeral Suppliis

force develops a pqlywog, the polywogby movement in India a John Tub Race (whites)-ist prize $j ; 2d Cbetolah.._....._..........._ ..... 1.80 and the church not ready? Now it Is

innate force develops a fish, the fishbj Pounds, founder of ragged schools, a prize, 'I.Tub JeHfleB........... .........._.._ ......_......... 1.80 after 12." he went' on pulling out his

shoemaker. Lincoln a railsplitter. Garfield colored-ist $2 2d Wan a....................... ......................... 1.20 watch. SPECIALTY...
Race prize
into ( ;
natural force develops a reptile,
Stuart..... .__ _. ...
drove a canal boat on the tow path. ?> ?? 1.20 Unlocking the door I stood back to
the reptile into a quadruped the quad. and and prize, ft.Swimming. AUcla.:..._.........._................_.... .....,...... 100 let the party enter.
raped into 4 baboon anti the baboon develops Many of the philosophers poets Match (men)-ist prize, Gomes.... .??. ....._ ...._............._... 85 "I'm I said to the West Palm Beach Fla.
sir
Into a That is the scientific painters were poor. God don't seem to $j ; 2d prize $1. Hobe Sound.............._................... ...... 70West very sorry,
man. c*U !his active workers from the homes Swimming Mateh (boys-Ist prize Jupiter_._":........_.._._...... 50 vicar as he passed." "I will explain afterward

or Darwinian, theory of man's or- of the wealthy the palaces of the kings, $2 ; 2d prize f i. Riviera__......__..........._..........__ 20 if I may. ,

igin. I dont think that it II any improvement but, from the people. Walking Greased Pole-whites $2 ; LaotaDa............................................. 23 He said no more and I proceeded to FUN ANDFACTS.Witty .

CM the Mosaic. I prefer to colored, $a. t Hypoluio.---; ..........._.___ 25 slowly get everything ready again -
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trace my ancestry back to the garden f Christ is the friend of the workingman lientries for these contests should Boynton......... ........... ?...???...???... 50 keeping my eye on the clock.It '

The people want, Christ. .The I I Delray......._............ _.:...._..__ 50 was nearly 11:30: o'clock when unable slyItatspcrId4Buiinsu With
ol Eden rather than to a zoological made E. H. Dimick before
gar brotherhood of man will solve all the I be to July 4. Boco Katone .. _....._....._........_._ 50 to detain them any longer we Bcrfaios.Poljr .

den. -that agitating society at BICYCLE RACES. DcerOeld........... .................................. 50 -
problem are walked the misty aisle into the dim-
t If yon uk the question who made the Pooipano...... ._..._.._..?. ...... ......__ 1.00 up
; protoplasm or the primal germ? Some the present time. Five Mile Race (men-ist prize fio; Progrcmo,_._ .._.... ............-.. M... 1.00 lighted chanceL We drew up in order Aunt Salljr teema wofuflj 1

: it was spootaneoM generation. Wedon't .The religion of Jesus Christ teaches 2d prize $3. Ft:Lauilerdale.............._................ 1.00 before the altar rails and the vicar I
say downcast
that we ark:9I1e: in the sight of God. One Mile Race (boys)-ist prize $3 ; Daula...._....._.,._._,...............?...... 1.00 said to me"What :II. tonight.
know much. When wegoousid
We need to into effect the golden 2d prize. $1.O'eEighth. Hal udale __.__.__.J.......... 1.0O k.the; matter with yut Are Jennie-Ye poor thIns abs La. ', ,

Divine Revelation we are lost., carry. Mile Dash (men)-fo. OJiu.......... ,-.-,........,..........,-T-...._ 1.00 you ill? ,Where, are the books J" been able to'get her fetlinjs hurt

r The first verse ia the Bible reads: "In rule.Whit: One-Eighth Mile I>\OOY'-'I.( ) FuUord..........................,...................... 1.00 I got them and the service.began. thins
I the beginning Cud made the heaven has the Carpenter of Nazareth Area Creek ..._._............_......__.. 1.00 I at any todaj.-IndianapaKa
tell when accomplished:: He has dignified labor. ODe Mile Race (men)-ist prize. U1; Btecayue......__.._.._ .................. 1.00 The bottom end of the church could Journal.
and the earth. It don't us
-4 Plato .Cicero and Lycurxu counted labor 3d prize, $i. I I Uttte Rlver.........................,-. _......?.. 1.00 not be seen for the fog yet. I kept my

, ; that beginning was. All entries to these races should be Lemon lit;......................... ................ 1.00 eyes fixed on where I knew the door, to WaxTzi-mo cypress poles delivered

i It teaches us that the world bad a a disgrace.He made to A. L. U ugh before July 4th. Bueua Vista ........... ...... ......................_ 1.00 be and listened with: all my e&rI.- at West Palm Beach immediately. Size,

beginning That the earth was in disorder has bettered the material condition LAND SPORTS Miami_......__....____..._ 1.00 Presently I'heard it open; so did 25 feet ia length, 4 to iactt top. Apply
ATHLETIC CONTESTS AND
to Geo. S. Adams.
i and darkness. That it was la a of the working classes. In Rome From Ft. Pierce and intermediate she and she looked over her shoulder

: chaotic state or condition. That there and Egypt the laborers had no real Foot Races- points to West Palm Bech tickets may fear. hope doubt. then hope again "Isn't Brlie' husband old enough

. 1 was light before the sun was visible. waz. In Christian lands the rights of id loo-yard prize $i.looyard .Dash< (men-ist prize, $3; be sold for train 35 of July 3rd. limitedto mingled with a blessed relief being to be her fatter?"

r the development of the earth toP he toiler is vindicated. He has madeit return until train 78 of the jta. written all over her pale face as the '
That Dash (boys)-ist prize, {2 : "Herfather Why, mj dear.ba't
condition successive I possible fot the ,working classes to From Miami and intermediate points footsteps she knew so well came quietly '
the present was by 24 prize 11.Sacw .
lo
I old enough to be captain the
Ups. That man made his appearance "". 4UkI ,"_..__ O._ .,..H .. tickets maY, be sold_ for train. ?.8_ of .Tub, but swiftly up the aIsle _u _. U _
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fixes n 1I11:11'UlUIUW"U'Ulail 1'>- I We had just reached that part where United States ,navy I"-l'hilad4phis
Brabmanism
i I ;irt,-the mastetpiece of creation. So The religion of Race (colored) $2. 4th limited to return on train 35 or 209 I
classes. No chance to rise so strong is the bridegroom says: "I will when North American.
of
Uiuch know concerning July 4th.
; we
cosmogony
Sand River Dive (colored) $2.
the old man said "I will" almost before
of the earth.Tlen the iron rule of caste. Tickets at rate one fare for the round
or the creation Watermelon Contest colored for .
( ) $2. : the word were well out of the vicar'smouth. SQCAKS PIANO sale at a barpis.Instrument
, God gave the command to man I ..- Shoe Race (colored) $2. trip 'as authorized in circular 99-2412 I ia condition. Inquire at

: to replenish and subdue the earth; have Victoria's Three-legged Race, $3. account Fourth of July may be sold to Then he turned to the bride with the SUN OFFICE. S.IW
Apples
Queen
dominion over the fish of the sea, over Standing Broad Jump (whites) ist West Palm Beach from points not shown same question and she! said:

the fp,,'l of the air and over every living prize, $2 ; 2d prize, $i. above tickets tn be sold July 2.3 and 4, "I won't!" Pat (telling bU trou bJe*)-W.n!,
of breakfasts
: thing that moveth upon the earth. Man The Queen lunches England and dinesat at Obstacle Race (white) f 2 ; (col.) (2. limited to July 7th to return as well as There was a dreadful pause during thin your riverine, we got behind
nine two
, if asserts his sovereignty over every de. o'clock at Boxing ...atch'(colored) $5. > from points shown above when parties which the vicar shut his book and wid t'rint.

4 part men t of life. I quote from an emit nine and the waiting at breakfast and Slippery Dobbins $2. desire tickets with longer limit than is Mrs. Grey sank down in weeping hysterics. Cleric-And what was that owing
uncheon is done entirely by two Indian
The bridegroom put up his eyeglass -
that Irish preacberyThomas Guard ; Entries for any of these contests granted on tickets sold at the special to?
servants. : and stared aghast at the girl'swnite
"Man asserts his sovereignty over I should he made to Capt. Earnest Allen rates sown above. PAt.IPnnR.I"nt.IAJI\-W..I.I.. _...;.... .
The menus are headed "her majesty'sdinner lace."Mother tl \VrMMWM4M J I ** ***f **** V
every department .of life. Scientists Max Sirkin or Porter Lapsing. J. P. BECKWITH J. D. RAUNER
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," with the date beneath. The I father dear you have it waa all owing to the landlord.
have the lead in Traffic Manager. A. G. P. A.
: deep sea soundings ; ORATIONS AD MUSIC
good old fashion is kept up ol having brought me here, knowing my repug Ally Sloper./
! map the floor of the Atlantic : foretell the cook's name called out as each dish The committee.in charge of this feature LIST OF COMMITTEES :. nance for the-for the man you would

the birth of the tornado : weigh the earth is brought to table. have arranged for orations by talent General Arrangements Committee- have me marry knowing that I loved Boat building done right at home, lathe

in scales; interpret the hieroglyphics The Queen is called the most expensive from this and other towns The Wilmon Whilldin, chairman ; Geo. S. Jack"' she said her voice softening. most approved manner, good work.

I carven' on mountain summit and on children of the Adams secretary ; Guy I. Metcalf.M. "You worried me into this on the plea maaihip and at living prices. Call oaCspt.
town willparticipate in
tea-drinker in England. She likes tea A. T. Rose.
' the G G. Strohm. that this marriage would be of great
sandy strata; pursue comet through E. Gruber
to the day and this
and uses a pa.ttcularly fine souchong songs appropriate
the of ether analyze the elements Committee Finance-George Zapf assistance to you and sent Jack away
; on Doctor-You laustlftth
- space costing 4 shillirgs 6 pence a pound. will be ,made a strong feature of the Family *
about falseness.Thank
of the light wave propelled by Sinus holiday. '" chairman ; J. D. Mathis Geo. L. Bran. with some story my baby have one cow's milk to drink
She has always bought her tea at a shop heaven, he baa found .out the
across the amplitudes of space ; solve DECORATIONS. ning, Geo. S. Adams, Bobo Dean.
In the Strand. About forty pounds of great wrong about to be perpetrated in every day.
the mysteries that lurk in front and cell, The ladies and gentlemen who have Committee on Transportation and weir "
tea are used in a week at Windsor. Of time. "Very if you say ""-. Doctor,
ia tinted seashell and coral bower of this will Rates-J, C. Stowers chairman"; F. O.
i coffee she seldom partakes. except a supervision matter see to it Then out of the tog came Mr. Jack neid the perplexed young mother'"

reckon op the age of the sun ; define demitasse after dinner. With her I that all business houses and public Williams, Wilmon Whilldin Geo. W. who took his stand beside her. They bat don'teeehowbe's
soupis really going
I the orbit of Neptune or ever its mass I buildings, as well as the grounds for Potter. hadn't seen him until then. I
served of old white
a glass cherry
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bad crossed the disk of aided or unaided field sports, are suitably adorned and Committee on Public Speaking and "You are a wicked ungrateful girl."' to hold it air-Tit Bits.
I this the lady drinks from a cup of gold
: eyes; ia every motion finding an idea in decorated. Singing-W. I. Metcalf chairman ; J. sobbed a voice from the floor.
formerly the property of Queen Anne.-- E. F. Haines: has armed and will tw
form in FI& -WOUS.: Thamason R. B. "You- published the bans without
every a purpose every event the R. Anthony D. A. : you
New York Fruitman's Guide. found at Wevbrecht's Machine Shop
,; % token of a plan. The power of man's At night there will be seen the finest ?otter. my consent or knowledge, mother. and will do all kinds of repairing-GUI.

thought is felt by the sea owned by the --5- pyrotechnic display ever witnessed on Committee on Children's Program But I'm sorry for your humiliation, Mr. Pistols Bicycle. Locks and any kis4of
the East Coast. Handsome set pieces Thornton." she added, turning to him. iron work. Chair wheels for sale
; sun and humbly acknowledged by the A Bloodthirsty Editor.A J. C. Harris chairman ; Miss Lulu n.gevine.
winds of heaven. Man has then rocks in patriotic designs will illuminate the Miss Vesta Willson Miss Anthony "It was" unavoidable. I-I can't'marryyou. uII.A .

aid rsnaacked forests tunneled mountains down east editor has drawn up some sky large lighters having been secured Mrs. S. D. Paine Mrs. Sackett "You. don't intend to be married London curate tbe other day received .

and bridged gulfs ; he has beaten new game laws which be wants adopted.The which will be anchored out in the Lake, Committee on Public DecorationsCarl Olive?" gasped her mother who had an astonishing answer to aauncr

back the OCtant,rared with time wrestled following_.. is__ a_ summarv__u._._. :. and from which the fire-works displaycan Schrebnick chairman ; Mrs. Deck. _aa_,. nn to._ _listen."Oh __nu.. :_....:... _h__ .. _.._:_"I _.._'._ k.i.L
with gravitation, chained the lightning "Book agents may be killed" from October be seen by all on either shore of the er, Miss May Metcalf, Geo. L. Branninp,1 -r, yes, I do-to Jack" she answered luquuJ' "a imrwuiuuvr untuu.
"Well sir mid the .
to its throne and equipped them for i to September i ; spring poets, Lake. The committee in charge of this G. W Idner, H. C. Hood. looking up into his face her own porbhioiMY,

r mubionk tf mercy wisdom, and.wealth from March i to June I : scandalmongers feature promise to make it one of the Athletic Contests and Land Sports I alight with love. "sometimea I feel anyhow, sometimes 1

Who can reckon up a (fourth part of the from April i to February Ii umbrella most. interesting spectacles for young and -Ernest Allen, chairman ; Geo. W. "Mother dear" said Miss Olive I feels nohow, and then U I* v

'. results secured by man's study of science? I borrowers from August I to November old that has ever been enjoyed here at a Potter John B. Beach, Frank B. Everett, turning her bright tearful face to that times when I feel as stiff a, a him-

From the lyssop and tbe moss from the and holiday celebration.THE Thos. J. Grier, T. T. Reese, Paul C. irate lady, "no one can forbid me. I am midge.-Tit Bits.
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February May
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Max Sirkin Porter Lansing,W. H. I of
invisibles that brood in flower-cup and BALL. Jones, my own mistress. came age yester
while who
every man accepts a news To all who Sanders. I waited for that. Dad. you will
the day.
enjoy pleasures of
need
No from
t from the sending hoot for
honeydew atom away
quaff tiny paper two years, and being Sports-E. H. "
presented
upon Committee Aquatic
on ? she asked.
of this give me away
Terpsichore of the boats when
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part
whit ling through sunlight and t'aaknows program I I Burnham A. any caa
with N. S. ,
chairman
the bill 'I Dimick, ;
says, never ordered
and Mrs.
Grey build fine
her
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will be of particular interest. Splendid So be gave away you one u or as cheap as yo
f. not rest or weariness of motion, it!' may be killed on the spot has been B. Otwell Will Whidden J. T. DeBerry. who had realized the truth had to want. See him. and place your order.
music secured : for Races-Ben
especially Committee on Bicycle
on through ascending ranks of moving, without reserve or relief"Christian her married to the I
stand and see man
the dance. Refreshments will be served Potter, chairman ; A. L. Haugh, R. W.
living thinking,being,has science urged Register. in abundance and the committee prom- Whitehurst, J. C. Lauther Frank Idner. she loved for the vicar did marry Friendship," observed the philos

her researches. She has stayed the -Ps. ise that the most perfect order and decorum Committee on Fireworks L. W. them, after seeing the special license opher. more to considered than

ourier and heard his will Burkhard chairman E. M. Brelsford, which Mr. Jack had
comet message- prevail The best hall in ; was all correct "
"I it is
gold.
placed mind upon the rack and drawn see becoming the fad to town has been secured and every prep J. F. Oliver W. G. DeBerry, L. A.Vil1son been to procure and for which I had ,
have cinemato- Ben Doster, O. W. Weybrecbt, "Oh, I don't know the I Ipe8ijimiat.
forth its secrets ; she has dived beneath your wedding aration is being made to have this the delayed the marriage.I rvplW
last feature in the J. W. Mullikin A. T. Rese, J. N. Clark. "You need
ocean's surface and returned with pearly; grophed. I I6'Bnt'a success program an unquestioned Committee on Dance-S. H. Happersett confessed everything to my vicar gold to order ,

wonders*from coral palace and sea grove fellow doesn't have to have LOW RAILROAD RATES. chairman ; Mrs. F. B. Everett, afterward, and he said: to get it, it costs: gold tokvepIa,4when I

b 'wer; she has peopled the dust of the hill courtship cinematojrrapwl, thank I That the Committee on Rates and Mrs. Guy I. Metcalf Mrs. M. E. Gruber "Well, Swift, I forgive you. I should your gold .b ROM frieaOtthip i

tribes sod turned :: Hcaveu I" ik J Frank B. Everett H. B. Saunders, W. have done the same myself at your age; I with it.-New York
jarth with bal/. the ttm )urp/jl. Transportation have been actively: at 0. Budd, J. 0. Chatham, M. E. Gruber. bat don't 60 It Iplil": JON Joareal)

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