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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 29, 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: UF00075915:00570
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Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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I rnt LteHNNM. am** T uarwsi nrc mncti mMw M*.*M.N. .IUMI.J, iM7.i WEST PALM BEACH, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1899. -- xsi, no. ,,. ; I

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:. ; PURELY PERSONAL -Afterwhile.-- LIVELY LOCAL LINKS.<< THh': COUNTY TIDINGS The Woman.. Who HERE AND THERE.

Ii. -I- WriUen for THE TROPICAL SUM. ;j a woman there was who wrote for the press ." .
There's sweetness in the knowing Sun'sMe (Aa or I might do).
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t: :tome and GoPeopleYou What the Heard in The A Budget of Interesting Items Fran
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peoples They .
That the bitterness a-growing She told how to cut and fit a dreg Sen?* af Nw Atari TW u4 This

May or May Not Know.V And the tear so often flowing Lively Local Whirligig I Regular Correspondents. And how to stew many a savory mesa, itsd Di frmt Tbiags

,., "*4t-.. I....s..., .. Neatb a smile -1- ... But she never had done It herself, I| eia,
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a -1 Still shall leave a rich contrition (Which none of her readers knew.) *.
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; A Motant of Personal Itoms-VUltors In That shall blossom! to fruition 0 A Mirror of Minor Happenings. Acci Very Carefully Complied asa Coaflud to that Oh.the hoar wetpeat,and thedower we speat .' 17 ..!.. aa4 skew afIvorrbtdy 'Sitarist.
the City and Cltlxeni Visiting Afterwhile.There dents. Coming Events, eel a Valca Is or Most interest to tile
," ,ADd the sugar we wasted like saad. 'I aaml aa* I.b. fla
Out of the City. U\ happiness In ttiiuUng. Galaxy of Current'Gossip..: CitiitM of Dade Cosily At the best of a woman who ever had cooked. &rUfttu

_.,.---. 'To the courage almost shrinking.And -1Toniglt '.' (And BOW we know that she sever meld cook). .
!:J of citizens the vigor almost nuking And did not understand. *< ']
,J. Brown, one the mb6f.a.nt.ial
at the residence of Geo. S. "
DELR4Y
Witftt! toil., D0It SG Boix-to Ur and
A woman there sad she tin A. 1\ Mwelk ;
of Ilypoluzo, was in town Satnr. a was wrote right fair
v thi
; There shall be no dread tomorrow Adams Epworth League will hold
a (As sad I might do Wednesday a boy. alit I.
fs you ), {
day.. F lentos also ay CM it
__ With its burden and its sorrow, social. Mrs. S. S. having an
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f How out of a barrel to make a chair celebrate the Fourth this mrwtlli
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o' Afierwhile. J i
Bee Marvin arrived from Nassau yesiterday acre cleared for pines. To be covered with chlnta tad staffed with hair proper cpiht

morning after a stay there of Tho' the heart be faint and weary. Harry DuBois. of Jupiter, )is the proud Tomatoes are being shipped from this 'Twonld adore any parlor rod give it aa air tLud __

ceveral months. And the.nighl be long and dreary. father of a boy that registered at his place yet with good results. 1 ,we thought the tale wu true.) Last Monday arVntooi a ...twral

t( .. Still.the*inotniag-*" :bright and cheery home last Saturday. Oh;the days we worked aad the..,.ws workedTo the little folks e He4 a hi r UvtiT partyat
it & 'Anderson left ,tai Sunday for a 'WiIllquile; Pineapples ate still being shipped in hammer and saw and hack, the bonze of Ur.aad Urt (.. .
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And by hardship and enduring The memorial service of the Odd Fellows
t-. visit rtu hi* old home in Indiana. Ifs good quantities and the quality is fine, Ia making a chair ia which M OK could II!. Adams given{ ia hcor
f : We shall cume to pleasant mO rings will be held of little Fttt
next
eipeeii .(obeawsy for'several months.H. Aitrrwbile. Sunday night, Frank Gnrnell is giving his bouse:anew A chair In which tIIO use could possibly nit, etna Houston's toarth :
t Rev. J. R. Walker, officiating, at the Without a eriak la his back. birthday
coat of paint which it a fineappearance.
: J, Anthony left for Juno today to Any good we would be.ring; Methodist church. A cordial invitations gives A won a there was sad she had her fee, Tb Masonic ledge .. this baa will
r act aa clerk for A. F. Quinr until Any evil thing subduing; (Better thai and hold
deputy y, extended to all to attend. you I); special memorial smkrs one week
the books and records are removedto : Any joyless pint wooing -- R. C. Tasker, of Bay City, Mich.,is She wrote oar receipts sad she arm tried one. ft'CIIIlltd Soda
t' With eight at w Wc ft &N
a smile
Miami.Prof .-. Tattle hunting has been quite a popular having cleared land for pines and will She :rote about children-of care she bad
do it Rev. rain has ,
Ltt u* sow-today- beta lavileJ address
amusement during the bright nights increase his eoae-
patch to several acres.
For we all must p8&1.aJ she told u to do what she bad toe members sad their frkada at th*
BCVM doae.
J. F. Berk, of Boynton, was a Aflerwhile.JAMK of the past two weeks, and 'quite a &
Russell
Sterling have
a new porch .(And never intended to try.) Congregatioaal Cktrch.
i visitor here one day last week. Mr. Berk '- > C HARRIS number of the creatures have been on the front of their place of business
custodian of the turned and thousands of secured. Aad It Uat to toil and U bat to spoil Dr. A. kfcbeay
has his hands full as -- ..-- eggs which add to the appearance very much. Teat brims the cup of disgrace- J. 1M maclug h
i.' Hotel.Boynton in addition to the. responsibilities A Study Of Brains. A party of our-citizens-enjoyed a turtle Major Boynton is having -cleared It's to follow a woauB who dMa"t know beans, I headquarters I la Iowa while he W grttiag

of his own plantation .. hunt last Saturday night and succeeded another acre of land and will I increase fA women wbo sewer had cooked any beau). I the local telephone cschaag ia opt*.
Bin wrote and was paid to all.ptstSuswa I tin aDd ia bkbl alter tIe
scientist stands **t&Uth-
N. And now a ready to In the seasou's record thus far |
r Captain and Mrs E. Dimick breaking the,capacity of his pinery to that'extent.Geo. -
prove to'ns that the weight of the brain ComgwgttiDfalkt.The merit 01 the Oatil 10 Acetylene Ou c..,
Master Frank Dimick and Mr, and Mrs br capturing two large turtles weighing
Smith of ..
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HJp has ...
commenced
0 la I which b* b aa aftcci aal b
x to W. H. Spitzer returned the first'or the bears little" or no relation the abilityof over 300 pounds, and securing'er a his house at this place, and interested. -: heavily

f week from a. sojourn'of. s few days*} Its possessor. The brain of two thousand eggs. l inside of*J week or two will have his Fwlttrt of
tbe.Wegt'Jupiter orange grove*. r. idiots weighed respectively 57$ and 59.1 here.Persons What The nodal give by I" Utfetjlpi I '. r
family
Rev. S. D. Paine will preach at n a. sboaU be the exact selling price '
ounces, while those GambalU weighed Guild
pal last
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Last Sonday Mr. and Mrs.:G.C, Matthama less than that of the average boy of seven, m. op the "Mysteries of the Future I who desire to be telphers ti |lu of .< good bicycle we will not pretend ta' dded sheen Satar&y The attendaatpl*aS ef UM

L returned- from Nassau' where Mr. A:weak minded man had a brain weigh Wfef| and at'7:30; p. m. on the "Earth i Dade County want toeither live "t say. j,but jiaauV despair of seeing Lake Worth B. d and the ekctri &.t

Mafthams baa beep., .engaged. -lq"inellmto : i tig 7a5 whtle a dwarfed Indian quake at phjlippt.: The Christian J<;u. Lemon City or in the ciaiy} of Miami i,, I well equipped establishment' seUJ, I display tine special fettarttTwtaty4 .
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'PPc4aon.o ,- ft' riheh ..".. ppstesse one.. 73- 6 mew ......: des'vor 6iop-b: ., U4 by Willie Cafe, ornate very g dtUB4n.f.> ) fiiY'it'alau 1I\aebi'-I'\ ( :! hdikiaWY .- \O wthelwhin U;r r e
American marketsj' ,
on'
the "Chrirtiagri
a To the ilensbip. Linton win b theft to assist .
present generation these stale- ( more apt .c Dollars wtrttie aitt frieze
and name
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payili.' handsome
I P.: Brown b saw in temporary meats may be mOre or less matters of in. THE SUN has just received a varh-d the Palm Beach people ia their ctlebra. *&of refreshiueata
dividend on'a
charge of the Boston Store having com difference, but the writer of this*paragraph assortment of job stock, and is preparedto \ioa.1hbe capacity of the town la great '-reasonable'tapital .
investment. It :further be stated
t up ham Miami: last week'.where he' has remembers when one of the great fill all orders promptly and In the enough to accommodate the people.! may Aa exchange says Ia iUeUtacry al $
that the firms which. .
the
are most tenacious deceased
bee engaged in the Boston Store a" est'arguments used against the higher best of style. Give ns a chance at your .... ekfaeat "He .u a *a. .f
in adhering to the old excessive
:: that potat.: Mr."Brown h much please education. of women was based on the printing. Yon will find prices right and MilGOIU MUTTEiUGS.Mrs. .. spotless tlttarit. a accesefal tab***
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prices are not always those which pro.
with this town, as are all who stay here fact that their brains weighed less than the work entirely satisfactory BUI, a good admtiatr. s1osya h4hU

long enough to appreciate its attraction: those of men. A brain of little weightwas D. A. Azleeu wu takea, down duce the beSt- eaipcd machines. job printing done at ....." That
Considerable! interest is being man Competition will, of tell its
Is
course than shall
more wt be abk to al
aDd not considered worth cultivating. saddenly bat is uy
advantages. Monday
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rapidly recov
ifested by the young men of the town inevitable tale ia the long The
: nn. tome of oar eaterprUagtf fellow
) dl.izena
Its very lightness proved it to be unequal ering.
Wm Bcdd has been promoted to the in the bicycle races to take place on the demand for bicycles will not decrease- who do not bona

t" cubiersnip at, the F. F. C. Ry. office to the physical task. of acquiring Fourth. A number.of them can be seen Mrs. W. H. Sanders was quite .sic'. on the contrary, it will increase; for the industries eaconrsfc

in West Palm Beach, vice W. W.t knowledge mastered i>y, men whose every morning DOw practicing :'ou the last week, but is about able to be op and bicycle combines utility and recreation .. .

McDonald transferred. Mr. Budd's advancement brains weighed more. It was like"ex course'over which the races will be run, around again. in a manner that no other invention has Oaaak Lost to Ua.

meets with the approval of petting puny muscles to perform feats and the several e\cuts .promise to be 1 Capt. C. E. Merchant is home again ever done. As new firms on a healthy
athletic What with
accomplished by
giants. barbarism
tile people of this town, and he will no warmly contested. t nd working on the addition to his financial basis come into the market rtllal.toIe f
These arguments were considered cranes and indifference.little eo.M bate
doubt fill his new position of trust awl house. He has it nearly finished. ; prices will go down ; anti naturally, as
i unanswerable in their day. Every Thursday night was the occasion of auenjoyable ( remained to us of UK literatures of
; ponsibiliti with the same faithful- Fires in the woods have been prices go down demand will go np.
skeptical and fortunate young man event in the nature of a birthilayparty raising Greece and Rome bat for their ahwoet
"ness, and with the same credit to himself mischief again the week. I ut until as recently said a bicycle may
: quoted them to every ambitious and in honor Mrs. L. R. Decker.A past inexhaustible wealth.Of .
t, that he did his former position, this time \become almost as much a matter of
it all
was west of the railroad
hampered )young woman. They meant, dozen of her friends gathered at the Sappho we pottctt out j an ....1r.,
Budd been succeeded by W G. of in
has boots
Mr. course art pair civilited
t a
also, the self-depreciation of many a home of Mrs. Sackett, and from there F. A. Rowley let the wheel of a wagon two and qaoiel frtRJuenU Itrt urka
I Tlton, formerly of the Titusville office. _. t'_ ___.. __ _r 'n". _:,'" "':AL ___ person's equipment. Increased numbers ____ .
-- woman whi gave np the struggle. And t en u a vit/wu IU the home Ul Mr. and vaui.14 vtuu uui* I taU aver its fpot iayt were untried is the ekteath nitarj II y
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of riders will give I
Sunday night W. M. McDonald received possibly it was just because the valiant Mrs Guy I. Metcalf where they passedan week, and has noticed to work any since strength to put pressure order of the great lli1dc br& 4. AuMiw! *

I instructions to leave on Monday's promoters of higher education made no evening of social enjoyment. Josiah {sherman, of Riviera, is quite on local authorities, so that tracks. U)., by way of coasoUtiun that tacy
set for cyclists become
l apart may possibly
train report at headquarters of the F. attempt to answer them,but went quietlyand ick, but his friend hope to see him I were "filled with such bewiideriug tn. ,

E. C.Ry. at St. Augustine, where he is silently to work along the lines of Rev. Th. D1 Burnt, of Miami, will up again before long in spite of his ad- as common on the chief roads of derncss aid rapine it might have t.t-ea

to have a position of importance and their own belief, doing without argument reach ,town Friday morning and stay vanced age. the country as footpaths are now. Ou a dangerous to give them a leading.

even more lucrative than that be has so the things which their opponents with us several days. He will conduct A to the inlet last good asphalt track and under ordinary Of loS comedies of Greek duimttie
party of
Wednesday conditions
hundred
miles
one
well filled here, as cashier at the West were arguing so ably against that women services at the Catholic Church Saturday city and Mangonia folks had m day life the work of Me..adcr, a writer
young a would be within the
Palm Beach freight office. Mr. and Mrs. of today enjoy manifold privileges morning at 7:30: o'clock. Services again good time and with compass of persons; whose field was sever occupied hy ayiody >
; met no mishaps of both
McDonald will be greatly missed: by the denied to their elders. Everything and Sunday morning at 10 o'clockith 6m- but caught fish. sexes possessing very ordinary else sad wb- se pant nt style

many friends they have made during nothing can be proved by argument; the music by the choir, at which hour no physique, taking into consideration the Platarch declares: to have been rufiMrd .
unanswerable fact lies alone Father A crowd of yonng folks went over on more constant n% of the bicycle thatwill
their residence in this town. Mr.McDonald's ip accomplishment. D'Burne will deliver a lecture on by Homer alone, mt even what. N
promotion is well deserved a subject of great interest. lie will also the beach last Friday night but got too f folio i if cheaper machines: and improved called a fragment remains. Srt may tines
The headiest
brains found in cold
are
h and TH8 SUN'S congratulation and best l northern countries, the highest average lecture again at 7:30: in the evening.Tresday tired to stay long, so came home leaving road facilities are introduced.In are quoted here and there. T..niy-fottr

wishes follow him. is obtained in Scotland. M that betweenthe morning July 4th. at 730; a.m. Alex :g. Morley be huUe turned a regard to the latter, we do not forget of the plays are knows tn IMTC existed .

.... weight of the brain and the question there will be a patriotic meeting at this turtle weighing about 400 pounds and Sir J..Wolfe-Barry's proposal of special until the seventeenth "ka
cenUry.they
Pearls Of Thought. of nationality aery decided relation church, at which time Father )' 1urue then capie home and told the rest U cycle in the streets of big towns were erased from heir
may be said to exist-lIarptr's Bazar. they wanted turtle steak could and cities\ ; Next to cost, mud is the roJU to
will deliver oration they
.t. :. .. an appropriate to go chief bar to the extension of cycle make space for the works ul su cycle
Love turns duty into delight. '- Flavor In Eggs. the occasion. Tbe public cordially and get it-and they went the next riding J at present-Engineering. siastkral writer i t

Virtue is finer than any of the arts. I invited to attend all these services. morning., Of the 276 dramas of the great Greek

Trials melt tll brass out of character I I There it i no doubt that the flavor of I -'--- -- The Lake, Worth Fruit Co. through kel lull kelll! tragedians, .tvidivliM, Sopwoetft uJ .

*' s eggs depends very much on the kind of I I It Was Ever Thus. Manager Potter have already shipped competition Euripides only 31 are |wM
'i Meditation Is a tonic for poor memory. food given to the hens. When they are business odes I,8oo crates of fancy pines and wtll The value to consumers world today i
fed largely or almost exclusively on raw 'The new ; up in the ship nearly if Dot quite 2,500 before the u well illustrated in the present The brilliant Lity, to .h .mUr. }'* ... i

Neglect bolts the door of opportunity meats, which often happens where thereis I I early mornii g like a sugarberry bush, season closes. As the pines bring fancy i ie conditions at West Palm each.Sil1" among modern is .e eu Ulcned. ,

Small boats should keep near the slaughter yard close by, the yolk of and is ktssed a welcome by the rays of prices it is probable that the company e the advent of I* C. Oliver of wrote ito oJume or roll..o( IU "A,. .

shore. the egg will be darker color: and the the rising sun. For a while it flourisheth will enlarge their acreage again this Miami, in tbe ice market, we not only naU" of Rome. U these.wy! &r.i'tails ito

r The more perfect the trust, the more flavor strong and coarse. When milk is wondorous well, for'tis a new thing that season as they think they can't have too get better service, more ice for the us.Uf.

perfect: the peace. almost exclusively fed, the yolk is paler, the people like. And the surplus that is much of a good thing. money, but that which is equally as the 30 hiht rical volnnt III Tae.itns .

Kind words, like fragrant flowers. are and the hite often has a milky appearance in its owner's purse maketh both ends --.-- Acceptable, more accommodation and we have four [

admired by all. while the whole egg is watery and meet while it lasteth. put it cometh to Friends, Remember 1 better treatment Instead of having to Of Hiny the KUkr. the ...t.:
r. Policy sits on the fence while principle less firm in texture than those laid by pass after a season that there are few font .... wait until ta oj I o'clock for our supply, of tile Rouuu race but "II" work I'I

fights the battle. hens fed ou grain. And, just as the marks in the doorway, and the air insidea For the Fourth of July only, from 7 the wagons pet around at a reasonable has ewape destruction. '. '

unlimited backing for the color and appearance are affected, so is solid stillness bolds gust accumulateth a, m. till 6 p, ra,, yon Cn get the best hour in the morning That one factory Varro. a Laiiu) U ranher. | .acrd by

Faith gives the flavor. The milk-fed eggs are insipid everywhere, and cobwebs dangle Cabinet Photographs that you paid can supply the ice demand here, there common consent besides the .h<-r.iM ]

business of living. and un>atisfactory when poached from the merchandise upon the shelves heretofore from $3 to $5 per dojen for- is no doubt ; but it has taken competition incomparable Plutaich. total y I.*. 14ns.

Lore is like a convex mirror-it broadens or used in puddings.In And presently the sad.ejed sheriff doth the best work art can make-good pos. to teach that one that the public I l

what we see in it. the latter capacity tbe quality of close the door and bolt the windows.I leg, good lighting and good retouchiag'j have some rights which most be re Of Cxsar's orations, for 'ihb ka! ;; "t

Fidelity In little things is one of the the egg is very noticeable to the cook, Then it Cometh to pass that the first advertisement AT f2-ce PER spected. .... contemporary fame i. as gr at a. fur = }this

surest tests of character. who sometimes finds that she require i!i of that once promising bus. Bring the best work you have from I Epworth League Notke. generalship or ttatesnun"t.ife not J

The man who confesses his ignorance four egg to make a custard today,i mess appearetb in the local paper, and any place in the country and compareit n' one has been preserved..-f> ifca'a {u 1
the road to wtsdom.f whereas last week khe used but '| it telleth much for it readetfe. "$heriff cSale.Albany Magazine. i
fa ou
two. and I will guarantee as good, no Next Sunday there will be a public 1 1A

f, Some men make their intentions of Sometimes four or Ave eggs will not Herald. matter what price you paid for the installation of all new officers by the -

being better an excuse for not being so. thicken at aU, at others' two 'ordinary I -- ... .. pictures. This will advertise my work pastor. The retiring president will lead splendid vk4i : Litton year ia MM : t

i There is a vast difference betweenr sized eggs will thicken a pint of milk ; A handsome marble monument has far and near as the local artist of West I the services. A nice program has been in fint
speaking: "one to another" and "one that is all owing to the feeling-Farm, been erected on the Brelsford lot in the Palm Beach, Fla. arranged for the occasion. You are cor- for |isoa lutrwNetitAWreai 1'L..tceaL f

i ..ooaaaot er.-R.m's TJrtftl. I Furnace aqd Factory. -' Lake Worth Cemetery J, B. O'DONOCHTJE. ''dially invited to attend. "Wdy'" TfMIC1LSa. If

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THE TRnt-tCAt SUN, WEST PALM BEACN FtORm, TEURSDAY. roSE 2.! 1S. J .

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FOR THE SEA- 8.-.ta.. 8aa Prob.blyl t to* aaMd I. ABE. .SAFE ANEK &: SON, i
'L, 8HORE-MONEY. AND BATHING SUIT Mr Hitch lUcut Thss'Any other r' <\ f-
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Your
1M rep.Ist clen. "J| Skipper. o. eht'Ltst.!\! .t. i ,* StationerySuit
are "era"sad I1as.t'v 'I
'. .*, Whatever advantages'there "may. tit; The Three -Friends .
: Nla Wkki.Are U...t f.. Real I IT.-IUIr, ,
"' In the influence ofheredity stand-to ; .
a4 walls fabrictt, cUnciac:: Wh. the.credit of Capt. Archie 'Hogarth.. I ; Tailoring Company. You ? .
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..' 'urder4 J'.pl1l. "h.'Ii io.briltea.. whom Sir Thomas..Lipton has'chosena. ;. ..,.. .
t If )ou are going! to the seashore thU first in command oC.his 'America's -

Bummer there are two things which It Cup challenger Shkmrock. lla'anl't'l- :SUITS AID PANTS .MADE' TO ORDER .
.
, U absolutely : tors for generations back have been .
/ necessary for you to ',* '
nave. Tbi>tle two things axe money men of the aea. ':.fi'ffi... -._. Next to his wearing apparel there_ is nothing
-r t' and-a bathing suit. If you've never c Lipton asked,why he bad' 'ielt'Ctedogartb '
siNittt a season! at the seashore before to sklp r.Sbamrock. said: "I Cleaning Pressing. and Repairing* '*"- U a really neat man. is t>o particular about as I
I you may be surprised at how much did .sq on the best available advice; A F w
money and how little bathing suit is ; His record for the past eight years in Specialty- # ;< v the quality and appearance of his Stationery.And .
IMOtlal command of..Fifedesignedboats,, ha*
r For Stance: A dainty and fetching; bcrn.one of,the most remarkable! in .FIT m WORKUANSHIP EOJIPJIXTEED. ..I in very truth, it does proclaim his business / t i

r bathing suit t* shown made up is'slia- British yachting/ Salting In fiv#sepa-- -'WEST PALM BEACH FLA*. There ,is argumtiKa j
k plit.dark. blue flannel cur low.8t the cite boats of life's he started 3W as a neat fitting. and BtJlillb.lluiL or4' no
top but rather high; below: The_waist 1 13u es: winning lOS prizes of. which -
fi' I U tbirrwi yoke edged with a white. 1 were firsts. Their value was over clothes proclaims the_ man. { favor of paying eats has I

= braid the sleeves"are ,but shoulder. : $1,060.. Iloparth understands how G.W.1DNERJewelers: 94O lot any u aka of wbtsl.
coming; the skirt .is full' and. plain.;: to'get the last ounce of spejKl! out'ofFIe's I .1 _, .. '
worldT kea thai II the
r With this are worn loose bloomers boats and Fife believes in.hIm lathe .
It
will if it is
gathered above the knee., -This 4s'ouof f;.mere than in any. other ya-ht FkJp r."; & : price of popular wheels Wck t
f Ue lmplet and most "prosaicdremies .rapt. Archie was born in Port Ban-' w7L ..___ ...... 1.-'__ lAP .... .
ee y
,
natyne, the Island of Bute. Ue furnished &iAY.-----
;:: shown on : you by .,
laden tiff thee
and
1 train there is a bit of silky mater Parted his apprenticeship to the sea yean an .
# ial bright; with rumlww hues.' The at an age when most boys are being and Opticians .
whole affair look us though It mightbe spanked through their preparatory i1 1.
i' crumpled! up easily and carried in a schooling. His father was and \.' tbelright'Jcind.of; ajyy)8je)! presentjinice! appearance
man's known as one of the boldest and most
tout pocket it Is so light This Watches..Clocks Jewelry.
skillful boat sailers on the western and. lske a gond'.impression<<; which
'U one of the kind for show-It shrinks ,'
Musical Good, Strings, etc. .
coast of Scotland. His sons were '
from water. It Is made In the same
t-.. style as the Cannel unit, but on a considerably trained from boyhood to the handling would not be ,the case if you used shoddy ttCYOl* U
J. smaller wale. A corset must of sheet and tiller. All.of them have Blank
Bccb
Deeds be worn with It and opera-length; since come to the front as yachting Slitioiery, hk, ;, ,. paper that was poorly printed. "pioneer 30 year old wheel,"

Stocking ag the l>loouu>r part is short skippers. Cap. Willie Hogarth ,has,
aad snac fitting: The dress U trimmed acted for many years as sailing master ,NEWS DEPOT, Now while speaking of houses that are
withU ,.... pearl l> ttou -dozen of for Mr. P. Inglis commanding the 05- .i
thoin-fai-t 'u it together, and pretty foot racing yachts Caress Carina and DAILY PAPERS. "right," we must not fail to mentionTropical Price $40 _.
rofcCtttw *f rililxii oruauieut the.tihoul. Aslrild with great success (' s.whicb
dens lint the nit-lot it U appalling would have been the more pronounced FintWatch 1 Jewelry RODairin! kas
brother Twenty esptrUaca
ron}htfttnlt how little you will get.for, J had he not had his year
your money. :, Archie for his chief opponent ilalcolm. -; IX ALL BRANCHES.StDlBOll taught RAXBLU eaten(tow M $
The proper length of skirts this year a younger brother soiled the 52- The ; bond the bat wbedt ooemit

U dependent on but one thing so the footer last summer Forsa and for gave Mr. Claude an excellent A. Allan account BiOCk, West' Palm Bt.Cl cheaper tba anyone tb. and ;
salesman wild, and that Is the wearer'sfigure.
-
The flannel, dross was Just of his charge; and the fourth they are doing fast diaL xi
tore low (or high), while the silky one brother. still younger acted last yearas i
II mate of another racing yacht- CALL AND SU 'AJl6UD
was about four Inches shorter. Of
'r Capt Archie is a man still well on Clematis Avenue.. pat u.rr a .
r I IF the right side of forty. Though a -
i I .young man in years the !long experience -. BICYCLE HOIPITAL; ,
behind him, and his record Is sufficient Supply Store-:: ',' ,
( !i to put It beyond doubt that -in OEO. S. ADAMS Pr>pp'r,

his bands Shamrock will be sailed for ::-West Palm Beach. Florida. -- Sun }
: every trick and turn of speed she has:.
r More especially is this to be expected, J. D. UATHIS Popnetor.SiccoMr '
because! associated with him in the I
fincti Cl) Whidden! Mirkit
command he has Capt Robert Wrings Brill i| B.kay..e ; .

Mr Motto-time Sales sod Small Profit Which: enjoys a well merited reputation for

/* Pivpand to &Pply
Y.r Goods and -
Bakery. furnishing high-grade work. THE SUN has

., you with"'r ......
il ill familYGroceries the test equipped Job Office along the Eatt

I .....My Specialty.Goods Coast, and.is better prepared now than ever Gold feltS ilFresh' Utili PrI I. .

t "vr delivered free to any partof
; the City or across the Lake. before to meet,, all the requirements of the Pork r

I ill Ordart Given;Prompt ItteiUos. Beef, :
trade in that line.
Goods First-Class and Fresh. Highest Poultry '
prices paid for country produce.

BUT nt me and will nave you money.. 6-i-q- High-grade Work Eggs. $


Is the kind THE SUN does, Native Meats a specialty

Ge ..S. Hacker &. Son Your Patronage Solidudftt I

:
.___ ____ t-
----- LnP. L..u J A! % ... t. lis
and the mug K D{). we DIve.lounoDrougu ar a on aylta 8t1'Qet,
1
"'
r 1I'1"- IMS WEST PALM BKACII.Tte

WU4LAM FIFE liESIONES: .oF TPS ..t ; an experience extending; over a number of .. A

: SHAMROCK., tl ". yeara that", it-pays to do this, forwhen you "
of Brtghtllngsea.'who handled(, the Fife f'. 0* dgf Strif W
r- 4 built cutter Ailsa. once get a customer he, wOl.sUck, knowingthat ,

; ,. Archie Hogarth's'eiperience has Wst Wv Buck FIfn&.
,.n IArgelrmade up of sailing! match\ what is done for him will..be done EIGHT, .
's against a siugle- ppon nl. lIe.baa. .

.-'. ,probably dine more of,this kind of and in a manner that will be both pleasingand Authorized Cafuta31OOirJO.. 1
<
work than: any man now on the list 1
His yachting education'b gao in 1885, attractive. Paid Up Capital $15,000,
i"" when he joined the Doris, a tt'n.tom'llr.
owned by Mr. Richard Allan. Doris .
/
carried three hands and Archie was MANUFACTURERS OF' OFFICERS:
second in command.: And that's the: E.N. DIIIICK, '""cle.t. !
.- In 18tti Mr. Peter Donaldson wanted Doors, Sash, U. D. HEHDRICKSOfl. ric-I'.MI.t.
a skipper for ills ten-tonner ,Yvonne .
BED. L. BgAHHIMG, Cotkitr.
and chose Archie Hogarth. Owner and Blinds MouldingsAND
i" skipper .have continued in that relation after all.
down to the present day. Yvonno Cheapest I Office Hours From 9 a.m. to i p. m.

4 bad her first made season avery out.successful but she record improved on Building Material, General Banking Business 1ranntWCollrctbmepromptlyremttted

f wonderfully under Hogarth'i charge! .
I
and finished her second season easilyat CHARLESTON, S, C. Even though you might be able to send else o. day <4. t .
receipt. Dr'I.IICIUJlIt a.4 sold oa U* frtmclpal
the head of a n.very. strong class. ta' Largest Factory South. 1__ __.:I aaa.,1.. eitlm ol the r.lt'"J .1..... 4.3111
t which included iiiHuiora, cneore.. : .where iur your Stationery auu save l'UlIlUIIl1a
fEW BATHING DRESS.. Woodcock. Maids Doris and others. Send for Prices. i
I In 1803 Mr. Donaldson decided to few centston an order amounting,to several
.. course, you can buy them la all sizes I II take a band in big yacht sailing .
and lengths if they're too long they I I which boomed that year. He commissioned I dollars, remember that time,is consumed and OJDONOGHDBJTHE :
and if too E
can lie cnt off easily, they're I Mr. William Fife to design
F.'- abort there are big tucks in them to let I for him a rating cutter of the largest delays occasioned in doing so, and that if
down.The. class The result was the Calluna. .. ALL 'ROUND ,
of them that is out of it
more This year saw also the debut of Bri Anadvertisement will more
the more the women are In it." headded : mistakes should occur, you have or
tannia. Valkyrie and Satanita and the .
facetiously.! coming of Narvahoe to test the.abilities less trouble in getting them recii&e.l. OT06fll' $iB
The popular cloths are naturally ser of British cutters in their own A L (
Ces and tlann-!!!. These are meant for .
waters. Calluna proved a failure. In
real tu>e. The silk and other I gut cloths! the following winter Mr. Peter Donald. lias come to .brln West Palm
are mon for oruamentality than utili- that the misfortunes
lIOn proved which
The Guarantees
ty. Silk and similar fabrics are very Sun Beach and I is
which bad befallen Cantina had not now fully prepared to I
clinging when wet and are consequentIjT Shaken: his faith in bin designer or inTHE
quite popular: with soubrettes Some; skipper by inftnjc-tlnjr Fife to design do work to gratify his patrons. .
.
long skirts and ankle pants Satisfactionand
prefer
k and build for him 40-rater and by
Iette with sleeves to the wristSkMlal
appointing Archie Hogarth: to com
U thU 'SUN
attention paid to
year .
mand. Both Justified this confidencein !

y..rJ the wants stout of women.the very For thin the and former the a manner and extraordinary.which was at Fife once designed gratifying -- i is right here at home where it staqds Studio, op;. Masonic Blosi :

there are stripe suits with lines running the Isolde and built her at the famous
s around They go up and down for yard at Falrlie..llogarth sailed- will ready at all times and under all circumstancesto I WEST PALM BEACH.
the fat ones This increases l or deerraw -, f
her at every yachting.station aroundthe
the apparent size of the wear British coast and for three years fulfill its contracts to the letter. It yon I ., J
er. Stocking with bathing: insoles: or in succession made practically
clean
a
results
with light canvas tie are to be worn sweep of every first prize offered. bring are not satisfied with work you..may have Red Spanish net
this The hosiery in kept In place
year. It Is to the I
apparent even merest
by the everyday round garter: as-tarule. novice In yachting that such a recordas gotten elsewhere and wish a change in the Fancy i. I
If there's a little! diamond or .
this cannot be obtained and will
is l:? helps other gem the elastic set in to the perform clasp Its why duty'It good*the ship might! ,Ip, without. however the ? style! or grade of your Stationery, PINEAPP.t ,

t, ranch better, it U said.V perfection of handling.

There was one bathing suit displayed 'em .
bring ,
r-- on a wnx model in one of the Tb. .U.f*.d.rY M..e. quick. Send in a trial order Slips and Suckers

I rb. New York stores the reporter visited. In her racing the coming season the 'f -

It It attracts any more attention on a Defender U to be managed by Herman for anything yob may needin For Kale,of the Following VaUctin via
real live! figure: than it did on the inanimate Duryea widely known as a clever Just try it. : Abbaka, Porto Rico,
wax nothing else will have amateur .yachtsman, and it Is under ,
half a chance at the shore. It was a stood that he has full permission from 1; Smooth Cayenne,
vmtwalnm in ullk. The body WASMirk the new defender syndicate to sail hi the office or counting room-Letter Heads, Egyptian QUID
with a deep border of light; MilsfurjretmenoU for all she Is worth'and to push its Ripley Queen, Golden Queen J,
.on the skirt' Th new boat to her best.In order to win. Note Heads, Statements Tags, Envelopes, White 4
1Jtot1'I'e mere puff at the shoulders It.Is also understood, that Defendeiwould Antigua a.. J.
and he waist itself was tight- be selected without fear 01 Cards, Bill Heads, Bills of Lading, Counter Pernaobnco, '
fitting. The front was plaited with, favor to defend the cup should she i W. R. MITCHELL Enville OJ
white silk and a big' ruche fiuMied pt; prove!' faster'than the new boat It It Pads, Circulars, Dodgers, Hand Bills!!, Pamphlets Early delivery MB be made pare tal U.e
: the upper part. The skirt was full alitr about -hundred to one shot that then Shoe Repairing Neatly Done, Bar rroltlrum Iianlatlosbavise bees lebd
' abort A broad twit of white silk and w. boat Fill wjn.f but Mr. Duryea U ness Sewed and Repaired. or in fact anything that.you may want last Dluntb. Apply to
r Jilt belt covered the jointure! of waist out for his hundredth"'chance! and will
and ikhtOpenwork have some friends to help him. It li Out-of-town customers will rec give in the line of PRINTING C.C. MATTHAM8,.
": stockings with insole. believed that he will try to Induce promt attention. Shop on Olive Street; Florida Pineapple ,
and garters clasped w.th an ftiainelliHl Capt. Nat Watson: to reconsider LU next door north of TROPICAL SON Build I Ceapt&y :
t" forget-me-not The "tout ensemble" wa channiirr. will do his best to have him for a will I!
although there was really but very lit kipper. And we

r l tie -tout" 4 ,Brelsford Bros

Sir Thomas Lipton the challenge! WHEN I. JIck80nvn: be
.. sure and via
'I"" Yn.r'oi'N It .r the America's Cup. has received a please sure it your Old Friend who will
r r "My landlady smarts me out in a bad eau and gold loung) flag for the Real Estate and Insurance, you you with Bargain in sorptite J
.
tumor every raorninir. arnrork. his yacht from tares \
"Had coffee?" hh-Amerran! Inlles, In the letter PALM BEACH FLA. Dry Goods, CJothlne lid J
":fo. he knocks! at inv door an-1 tells ccompanylue the gift they say: I I ., Oents' Fninitihlngg s
... m' It l. time tr sit up.' "-Detroit "We have the kindliest feelings tot Votary Public. Cottages to Rent D. SINGER __ !.
Shamrock'\ but we want boa'IOwllL" Manager*
\ Vroe t'rLssIM till our '"" ..tli.r uf n Bridge street Near Bay
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f: 'y $ $ ,StJt'E5T.PAUI BEACH,. FLOBIDi. TBCBSIUT. t, J1ft& 29,1893.. 3 j xS

.. ._ .._.._.__.. __.___._ ? r 1
T _. ..
-- -
A tew.mlfefl onfbponlhe}Hewe'saw., .' E: H.Dnnc, Mathushek Pianos ; L
,
f L: FIGJtJtlt1, : PAYJ as'u ua1.. the American and foreign 'S' 1G' 1l 1 -3., West Propl'lttOt'palm

warships.. There was the Olympia, with .:: : ""' '." Admiral Dewey's flag flying atop along Pianos That Have A Reputatla
;with the stars and stripes. There. too. ,
Mrs Conner.Tells of a Battle In second to none. They are the
the fusions Oregon,.painted Beach
was, gray ..
.
..
: qf :
; -v ) ', t'I kind that hare stood tbe teat of
., and red. French and German men-of- r
} ,: 11Ph111pplaes. t. .
.. .. ;.:.f ;' ;, war lay close together friendly and I BRIGHTSPARKLING :: : : Drug time an-i have satisfied the moil

t peaceful A little apart from the rest < critic! musicians in every way
THE Anima "II 'JUIitEAYii swung at anchor the Powerful, the tre;. -Ao.. Are Not
They
.
.. -Store.
.t.,: :f mendoua British cruiser tb. largest of -
1 '.. .. bur class in the world with her hugeblack old style pianos that have lien
.t fiA
; -* ..-* .'.t Looking Craft That hull and four yellow funnels. TV : and Royal I'' Poinclana Pharmacy.DEALERS rented for years and ben offer.

Fairly, Made. the Earth Tremble. the left of this fine naval show could h,' 1 ed as ugrat bargains," nor are

The MMadftoek" .Bombarding LaPUu seen another craft, lying low in the wa '. they "cheap,lott'grade"pianos

-Sreat* U the HonpttaU.Bravery ter and scarcely discernible above it made to sell "at half price.
She was small and insignificant Tanking?
'
.. y., .(America Soldier. compared to the other_ shins that made Every Piano Is New '

'' ., ,t IlL ptb fine show. We noticed her because These are the expressionswhich Drugs Toilet Articles and every part Is made in the
,
MANILA. March 27.-It was Palm she moved occasionally, ceeme- JIatliuihek Factrrj
Sanda,. March 26. at Manila. In the to be fussing around about something: which Is a guarantee laaIL will '

:', States the churches were decorated with Home eight miles away, followinthe can be ,heard. on, all Fine, Stationery and last a lifetime.
curving coast line was the village
palm branches. emblems of peace and cf Las Pinas-in English. "'ThePineai I Why Take Chances ,
food wilL,' In, HaniU we thought of pies. In a straight line across the ties' sides concerning' the: 'news: Druggist Sundries. on cheap pianos when the Old

home and of the white robed children ,. cent,shaped arm of the bay however and Reliable Mathnshekcan I be

t. skipping merrily through the streets it was noted far. We saw plainly its columns of criptionsCarefulJy CompoundedEast bought at prk'tllnd terms to

I' # followed at a more sedate gait by grown buildings glistening' white. Two were Coast Business Solicited. suit you? There are more than
people on their way from church and especially outlined-the,.church,.with a
Mathnsbek
15,000 Pianos In .
,
:: all children and grown people alike round tower at one corner and another WEST PALM REACH. 6.10-91\.1
the South. "You Should If ave t
carrying or/wearing: prigs'and bits of bcuae a long, four cornered structure One.. .
j. the sacred branch that commemoratesthe the nnn blinking over them. If.TT: ,. -
I i: entry into Jerusalem.. --All at-once there came the deep boom : Chinese Laundry I 1 Genuine Mathusbek Pianos

; There wui'noL much'of: this in Manila of a cannon across the water. are only sold by
however.' Very few Spaniards are "El salve, senoral"' cried the little iflLTff..H I I LUUDEN&IUTES'S.M.II.
left In the'old town, and American soldiers brown Malay our egirL running In : WO KEEP Proprietor : '
Fred
Kahn
\\r care little for Palm Sunday ,The with the baby. We harried to the balcony : Miuosrr.
native indord bob about the A cloud of 29 East Bay Su, Jacksonville, Kla.
qoiet Filipino overlooking bay. Shirts' ...,.... lOc t
in their! holiday beet queer little chewed white smoke enveloped the low lying ". Open Front..2 fur 2.* -.

-= gray war vessel that had been fussing Co.............?,.. 2Ke
; about the bay in the morning. The r>- : l-UIIIJ ..... ............._........._...........5t- "YouSu) 'Em "_" I Serve'Em!tt
ing was from her then. Looking through T'.ROPICAL Ladle'Shirt" .bitlJ......15f OYSTERS ouknl .. vna like the*, white
L- a .fieldglass, we saw the vessel was a you."it. .berved. All Style! xl"l all tumn,
between 6 1n..1Id 11 p.u. '
. 1 monitor.. It was the Monadnock.. FIRST-CLASS WORK GUARANTEED. Rene bmenu,told Drink**Bd Cijnr.

,.y Boom, boom,went the gun again Banyan Street,WEST PALM BEACH. TILL EELTOre STiUSlBT..
:. I Bat there what was that touching the a-* OUve Street, Went 1'ftlM B..ck
water,ricochetting across the water like -- .
a skipping stone throwing np fountains ---
like a spouting whale It was a shell

This was no salute. It.was war war ee.S.ijN
in dead earnest! BURKHARDTS June 15, 1899.

It we had considered a moment that ee.
.CEREAL SNAPS.
this.was Sunday, we need not have .. .. ..
I been surprised by the shots. From the
days of. Waterloo on the greatest battles We Have a New Cookie

.. of modern times have been fought This Week.It
.
The OLDEST and BEST
mostly on Sunday. It was so at &1.
klava; it was so during our own civil > b made for the very finest trade by the most noted bakery
.1
in the clean and handsome lassies
.1f. I True to the tradition, the attackof Philadelphia. Except
war. newspaper. published in the who pack them for shipment no untidy band touch these
the insurgents; against the Americans : Cookies from start to finish.

At Manila was made in the earl morning Ou Cookies ._..ra fill.. be h Ph lad h: .....
r st t
at
.. "every t e't' u an yror
ha .. y of Sunday Feb. S. This Palm Sunday County: Each. week they; duce. They cost us considerably more than the other kind '
3 ELIZA AUCHABD CORNER.np the monitor was shelling "The but we sell them at the same price you are asked to pay for
: looking Malaya.with greasy black Pineapples." the white village that lay the commonest lemon or ginger snap-
beads. The men are clad in spotles slumbering peacefully in the sun. The contain
.f b; cts. pound.
.. White shirt and trousers the shirt being long building near th'e. church was a per
t' in every case oqtaide the trousers. The regular nest of insurgent troops, and Good cakes may be cheap, but cheat cakes are NOT good
I We will be have
to these
io women wear bright red skirts ind loose they had thrown up fortifications there. pleased yon sample goods.

light.colored waist At the same time they thus invited an ; L. W. BURKHARDT Finest GPOce11EL '
to We have been fond of writing home American attack they continued to ,

.. to our friends that so'far as actual keep their wives and children, with All the News < i CKK><>O0'

fighting and danger KO there is no more them in the town. It. then, you hire .. _: '
sign of war in Manila than in Otihk08h.Z. .. heard that Americana kill Filipino.wO- .

Soldiers abound but otherwise Manila men and children yon will know bowit Hew Store He* Goods I Rock Bolos Prim I IThOMAS0I'4
l. ju safe and sleepy as a mosabackcoon happened. ; :
try,village. There is and has been Boom boom. went the great guns at that :IS Nws.. k .

i ever:sM ce. be 4th of February constant intervals of a few seconds' ap rt.' Now v. .' : & ia OWtt N I
kirmhhlng. occasionally fighting more and'tEen a sound came that shook the ': ,' ;
etloat oat.along the 1lDe .. Bat is earth and was loud enough to'wake*the ; .

,ae*m mile i away. ', deed .Ati... raanrrtmt\r\n......... .........,_Aav,, Tt_./.'..:"n\..."f toot Dealer. s In.- Dry Goods. Shoes., Ladles'; ; and. r.ontlnman'aFurnishings -"" .._...-..... .. a'
On Palm Sunday morning we had the MODadDOC 'a biggest,gun. : la,fivq., .,c. and Notions. '\"
however a grimmer\ jeminder' than minutes, not, more.. cloud,.o(. white 10 from. West: Palm .
tunal that war. was not far wa,. .The smoke began to gather in patches over' not.only, We boy for cash and sell for cash BO give lower price thin dtonw who cite \i
.day before a decided advance had been that doomed village. We watched every credit. Our motto ia, Quick amour and ginnll profit,mid no dib'. i

made by the Americana against the step of the bombardment through ,i Beach and immediate, vicinity crimination, but salt to all tit same price gouda are all t'

FilipinosatMaJAbaa, Hidden behind in powerful glass. In ten minutes more -t "n "'.' -t. 11-10-tf plainlj marked ID figures. ,
their bamboo jungle and protected by something else than smoke gleamed out .
their intf'tD' bnreDts.' the "Malay niggere' fierce and red and wicked and darted' but. from all points ot
,
'" ,
h4 .killed some SO of our,men wavering and quivering upward.: 'Already ,
and .wounded 200. We saw some of the shells had fired the tow THE ERRMHN HOUSE .
note the Lake and along
them at the hospital where nurse and Then another great red band of flame on! Is now open for Winter Travel. F
doctor were dressing their wounds. Two darted up almost against the church
of them belonged to the Fourth United itself. The fire had caught the long the railroad thus makingit : BEST 01' ACCOMMODATIONS..-TABLE BEST THE MARKET" AFFORDS.B .
Brake cavalry. One cf them bad been white building that served as the insurgent in Connection.
track in the cheek by a fragment of barracks. It had sheltered its Rates Reasonable. Short Distance from tbe Depot.

ballet only half an inch below his eye. .. last rebel' In a quarter of an hour more. easily Address Mrs. S. E. EARMAN, WEST PALM IJEAril. FLA.
.jet the eye bad been spared clear and it lay in ashes. II
untouched. > In an hour and a half all was over.
"You'll be all right in a day or two.' That long it bad taken for the Monad- '

.Idtbt surgeon. "Yon won't need to nock to destroy the Filipino village of THE TRAVELER:

Come to me again." Las Pinas. A cloud of smoke hang over -. s s. .... .
"Seven of my company were wounded the spot where it had been. As, the r
in >0 minutes" said the young fel wind blew this aside now and then.we, lhe.Leading Family Newspaper NEW MANAGEMENT,-

low. "Oar first sergeant is dead by this saw the'church still standing, with rained : FELIX GARCIA, Prop. Jacksonville, Fla.
timel: I'm going back to the front to- :blackened tower.. A crowd-peaceful .
I Filipino bouse servants and American :.
morrow.
I The other Fourth cavalryman was an soldiers-gathered on the beach in front. of Dade Electric,Lights, Electric Bells, paths, Complete&civice .

Irlabmaa. with a merry twinkle in hid of our house, watching the bombard- tanty The Best $2.00 per day Hotel in Florida. f
udd sort of wound
bio eye .tlt wpe an
, be ha4 A Mauser bullet bad plowed Take car at the rube Uepotand ask the .luctorto top.t tlteTriTelen. iai.b

straight through the soft flesh tinder hid L J \
chin going in one side and out the other i
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-mitrinir--.... .- .mnnth--- tnnneL y". .. : 'w ww.. ..W'W'v vw.-W'.W',,, :
"And it could bare killed three men (f' "...." .. Already: THE SUN is a.welcome -
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through if they had ., -
after it went me. '-
been in tbeJine of It," be told ua. Ba -- .- Gl1EN G. STRO 1M,
-.......- visitor to
described the part of the battle that he _- Ci- __ ; nearly ev-
... -.:-- =-- '-. -- # ._eC DEALER IN ...
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"W.dismounted and left our horses --=-- home in this section
i behind as when we went against the ery and Groceries
1 Filipinos in the bamboo thicket It's so -_ Staple Fancy ,

close dog couldn't crawl through where and its many attractive
we bad to advance. The rebels hide in
all Food
Grain and
Supplies.
,j thU. brash and yon never can tell where .
the? are or when they are going to fire features are bringing new
II -txCOUNTRY .
on you: We didn'.t know there was one

j la a mile of na. when pingt we got it recruits to its ranks each PRODUCE
L la oar faces. I bad this bole bored i .
j through my chin quicker than joa could ., Always Fresh,Kept ia Si ark.

thlak. and that wasn't! enough but a e week. : s Your Patronage Solicited -
little.brnte of a Filipino horse kicked ,

a ne In the face and' gave me a black eye : .... West) palm geaob, fla.I .
I'll be even with em yet" .
.' '. < .
The surgeon examined his wound. It .
wafcdoinir well The chief danger in his :: .
case appeared to be lent be should dim0 -
f
f .
Agate himself by dropping bid, food JudiciousAdvertisers : : -

/ noun the spotless bandaging that covered ... _-N4KCISSUS STUEET.
bee chin. The doctor cautioned him
.
dnlv un this Point and dismissed him.1'11 .1 11 J I'' I MY SPECIALTIES:
;: be; back at 'em the last of this THE a
words of the VAT1VRS FISHING IH HAHILA BAT. -J
\. were,the parting. meat What the Filipinos thoughtnone :.:
Irishman FANCY FAMILY GROCERIF.S.
.. Bat there were others who would knew. Their faces were immovableas CORNER
be "back, them. Some of the marble. But the American soldiers r CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS
naves!
bravest men and officers ,had died of were quivering with excitement and x'nltation. FANCY TEAS AND COFFrES.
One of them exclaimed: "My Realize this hence the free
to hospital
their woond, on tbe;;way fRESH FRUITS AND VI.CKTA-:
f' and nurse God I We're pounding hadeeout of them GROCERY
Inane corner apart surgeon "
BLES: IN SEASON.
confer in low tremor oer. man wbo baa over therel! We'tlgive'em'UbettadrThe use which they make of.its
f retched a 'gunshot wound below the remark seemed to fit the situa


I fcaee f Boed., 'The and worst the below poor symptoms the l lad knee[. leg have to'lav most super his betupatated. I tion.piano In our and bone played W. "Red C. E.,strode White to and the colums and its increasing, NEW STORE, NEW GOODS, COURTEOUS TREA1ERT.


t, Ufa. His fighting. days are over. Blue"in triumphant thundering tones. Prompt Free Delivery on Itoth Sides of the Lake.'
p Oar DOOM U situated on the edge of Three cheers for the red, white and bled popularity as an advertis-
Our army and navy forevalThree \
}. the till iD the Eraita district on the. cheers for the red, white tad. ,bleat, ..t J. F. OLIVER Proprietor.
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the
I Manila opposite 'where
'of
Ub So say we all of us. ing medium. ,
seemed ton ,
: IPtlQ U. Particular qniet BiMA dccsAen Com.,_
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f'. THE TROPICAL SUN. ()o fff,i::live Mi'r'ice.nd this J fs.*the mosey,required to make ,the par. UKALER' -

Monrcr f(stunt ion as that paper siiea it up: chase, should be, sent to, the State M.E.GRUBER HARDWARECROCKERY
Papa nf Made Count). Honda : IX... ,
f- Trvflsnrer with the ,
THERE ARE still one or two papersin application to A '

TROPICAL it'S M.BUSH1XG COMPANY the State which profess to feel purchase. The price to pUI chose is: : and
that the law does
disappointed new .
GCY I. MKTCAU' EDITORFUBUINIO The amount of taxes and cost8stat
uot give the Railroad Commissioners t '

t CVIDV DATA final jurisdiction. They should bear ed In'thp certificate wit h 25 per ,rent \ (1 Q : FURNITURE.

at *." ALM .e*cH, DADS COUNTY FLORIDA.WSCRIPTIOH in mind in making and we the believe statement we are that correct additional, for the first.year and interest .: ,r J 1. l._ A
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'.. PRICE. K.OO- A YEAR. 'no other State Railroad Commission' thereon thereafter at the rate esnceonew oArru.. All Kinds of Boat G&$4 f

ers has the judicial powers now possessed of 8 per cent per annum '.together
,
sum,Tla" ..Doan,tart ail Wart
.'t fI at the Porfofficr of West palm Beach by the Flonda Commisson. with the for ( '
taxes 'b snbge
.* COM Clew matter. The Florida law is the most radical eat year All Kinds Fishing Tackle, and gprtlfg O.lx.Uaiotiae "z

-- in the United States and the Florida qnent to the year for which the land
... j. Stares Rig Pta.t Keroaeae OU itMM.ilauware .
THUVJ DAV JCNE 29. 1800.! Commission has now more 'power was sold with interest if the rail of -_ J.... '
,( ,Ump and Uaterua Harriaoa .....'Rudy UUH Para t
.. --- -- of than any from other,decisions although the right 8 per cent per annum from the first 1...Matl Ordrr GI.... PrateAttNlbr.. $144'
appeal was provided -
T for. day of April next succeeding; the year
for which the subsequent taxes are -
ffP14D Is not that glory enough for the collected taking the value 1 LEGAL 1
extremists have distanced any expressed NOTICES, i
in the certificate! as a basis of valuation C .
< other State in the Union ? In all I r

reason they ought to be satisfied .' ,,
DADE
fmm the Clerk of the COUNTY STATE BANK.
with the aivantage gained and be "Always get ,

1 content to await the results of this Circuit Court the numbers of all the =--- ,, ,

bold innovation in the organic law certificates desired to he redeemed or Notice. .Application for Dank .

of State The apparant impotenceof purchased before* 'applying' to '"theState Cliaeter'. Recognizing the demand in West Palm .. e
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the Commission under the original Treasurer tor intorlnatiou'conc'erning '

,. L/: j law has been frankly and repeatedly them." ----.e. Beach for i
"
explained to have been due to insufficient '
Xotlcw la h'pn'lir given that the
undersigned
in the enforcementof -
its orders.power ttlll apply to the Governor of the Stale of Good Ice at Reasonable Rata .
ENDORSES A WATER FETIYAL Florida for letters patent upon the follow Inn
The people recognized this fact

stitution when they so voted as to give to change the Cotnmssion the Con Editor TaOPIC4L sox: .4 formed proponed the State pursuant of charter Florida to fora the and" Revised corporation tbe Statute to be ol e-o. Courteous TreaM' of Ml _, ,

arts amtwdii-
the power to ask for. The Legislature The 8o gt'l1tion of E. H. S. regard tory Iheretf. fur .
carrying on a general bank.lug
I
recognized the truth of the state lag a Water Festival, as a unique liUNlunui at Went I'alm Beach, Dade
ment when it adopted the amend The Arctic Ice Works
State
of
4 ments proposed by the commission feature for amusement is well,1forthy County Dated this 1Mb HorlJa.day of June, A. D. 18'J. I It

and conferred the ueded judicial ofentertaining. The tub '(' ,swim E. S. DIMIC6.
i For the first time therefore jitT
powers.the Commission may be said to ming; races, greased; pole etc are all GEO. POTTER. OF MIAMI, FLORIDA, "

be properly equipped to cope with right and yield no end of fun but are GEO.E M. W. LAIXIIAUT.

the situation that has confronted it somewhat lacking in originality. UUELSFORB.g .
w. U. SPITZER.
all along. Until the Commission: Some novel features -t Have this week arranged to carry a full ,
would greatly '
the has had stteangth a chance of its to brand thoroughly new test machinery end to Increase the '.attendance. ARTICLES OF AS-OCIATION, supply of Ice which will be delivered to It

the fairest course for the For tbe pqrponttof organising an A.....>('l all
The Water Festival would add to the parts of town promptly'and regular
: thin( for carrying bo
!
OJ extremists to pursue would be to cor; a general Iwinkiug bun-

d.ally support the Commission.In number of participants by bringing Iqljfji| Ruder and by virtue of the provb-louo! ly. We will endeavor to merit your
the law under of tbe Kekwl statutes o| the State of Flor- ,
drafting new into the sports a clan of pur social ,
r : the constitutional amendment the 1 Ida aDd acta amendatory thereof.
-w;;;
patronage.'r
.
elements that from the nature of the
THE CITIZENS (1 tllH tOWU framers had three theories to con I 'The undersigned who have subscribed for

and County htt" made aware of the sider. First, to grant final jurisdiction usual programme are necessarly. de- the stock of the .\lIIIOIi! tllln hl'l'tlIrtl'rnaloM.
and the railroads the right do enter into,the t..llo'IQjf Artlvln of Awo-
deny ; H.H. COOK
tarred r )
Irtft flint luve located with Local. Mgr.
fir 118 ,_,f Al'ptA'_____. enjys: d }ty .e b e meanest elation; ,
; fine of the! must sumifiil) prurtitiun citizen. This was obviously inn: Among aquatic sports the.jnost ex* FjUiT-The name and style of thin Asses !

and to the and amusing elation ahall be "TuK: DADE COIXTV STATE
i *rd in Florida as a uptvialixt in eye pedient contrary conservative citing spectacle,, tbe .
of the fuNK .
judgement people.
and mr afhi'tfemTni Sr.\; uJlint'l4 Second to grant original jurisdiction writer ever vknessed! was an aquatic $txOU\-The plnre here eta banking house I

t that there sill' I I... Irs traveling to with the right of appeal to the tournament on the Seine at Paris. or office iihall be located and Its operation

litant pLur Cur treatment., Fur'' Circuit Court This was rejected as It was ,a simple l 8P\r2etnf'r\ h and. of,dbrountlni and depositing carried on, .
.. .
r it barred an appeal to the Supreme and! Jxs general IXtilnnig conducted Hball bewest
". vernl) .'..... .. Ur I> Burn hum conduct Court from the Circuit Court; the could readily be- made! a feature.of Palm Beach Dade County, State of

I .1 l la mruiral institute HI Tamp; ; constitution povidedthst only cases (entertainmvn ,T. z' Florida; and tbe bnnlnemi to be conducted County State Bank the original uf
which I
originating in the Circuit Court ,'wifhea'rh'ii' bjr aald Corp r 1fob t-hay be that of general B. POTTKK M.
may boats OH
Two a ,
i Wlniv ninny lift Ihe I hunt jiroiniiien be appealed to the Supreme Court, row plat- banking. on file In the office of the !Secretary of Ktate. R. J i

people of ttit State wtnsucivMf'! .or else cases appealed to the Circuit form built ,in the bow to hold one TBIKD-The Board of Director* o"tbe Com- E.(Signed.. DIMI) K. 8-aa-va PAUl um.V std
AttestPresident.
trait"! Trir1 St n cis| >akH nf this lit' Conit from inferior courts, no men person. ,. Each, & f'.6'us' crew' of pany shall' 'con Utof 'five ahare,holders, bay GEO. L.BIUXXIXO.:
tion being made of of the Ing the qualification
.' course prewrllx-d by law.
ilrlOaF .i> tit not consider it gaoj Commission. Third the theory rowers. The.)oats being separated Tbe first ineetinK of the nhiire-holdrni for the ft-2'J Cashier 8. nvn UAM, M. U. r '

Lt :JDHIi |*ilicy !u see citizen* of adopted almost unanimously by the at a distance the rival Knights, in election ot Director shall he held at Went ....

1)ala rarryin, lot* of hare 7 earnet legislature, namely the appeal from antastic costume of tights, take Palm Beach Dade County, State of Florida SUKCtQN AD PHYSICIAN, )
;
the Commission to the Supreme on the 1.1th day .of January A. D. 1'JOO. or NOTICE.
olthP, Iti distant plait Mlu n there Court Kissiminee Gazette. their places on the platforms. Eachof at such other place or time a* the majority Eft..i, Ell f ea.Nd. m t

+Ntlt. nought can lie attained ben them bears a light wooden shieldon of the undersigned: may direct. In Circuit Court, Seivnth Judicial Circuit otaes.at P...ldrnie-a. 0Jt...

a' home. \\rwillLatea matter of hid left arm their right hand tibare-bolder FiiUBTU-Tbe for next the annual meeting of Dlt'I'C'tot'llab&U of the of Florida,in and/or Dade County ""H'9U. rII
election
c Irat.-n1lt I nn thin" line to broach 'in II TAX CERTIFICATES. carrying a light pole.: At a 8igua| be held at the banking; house o| the In Chancery. A.THOMAKOMDl>. .. i

Jew wr-k that nffdll us all. Treusurreer J. the loOats approach each other and AiHWM-iatlon on the second Monday of Jan- I JOHS CAanEgvs. : .
State : B. WhitBcM nary, A. n. 1WK).and of each year thereafter, Yin Dlvnrt''-Cr HS they each Knight endeavors t
=:-, ., -=- ;..-: = has issued the following circular r"JVrsono pass, but If no election shall be held on that day 1 NAsrt.t'ASMEgIt WEST'AUI.au M. ru tAn
r by, the use of his pole fi ain&t biB it may be held .>'0 OI'othl'r day,.thirty day I appealing from the affidavit of W. I. kind.d BKKltri .....tbtry baawa !. tfcprufnMum. .

f SEHATOR MALLORY. desiring to, redeem, tax- opponents'.shield, to pushliimtronihia preflott notice having; been glv ia lu a iews- I'Metcalf, iiollcltor for defendant filed la the OoM crvOT aid Wv ,v.wta aeP.dany.
Teeth ..
.
stractt4vlMMa
aalacprtlfeHteesless: tban,-two years '.. pap published In 'DadeIuoti: and all rheeleclon abuse entitled relies that since filing Jib LW ../
6r : platform 1 .. ,. : "p f .. shall be held according to ouch rep aid complaloan has tat the County mad IBciRoars: ... ......... ...t. .. -1 ,
That Florida has had'two row i itb iu old licit] hf the State, should do BO tons) '
.
I f The frantic and almost Always ulatlon aa may be prescribed by the Board I State of Florida and, that. In, Ui+ MM 1

.. U. H. rVnate for the past two through the clerk* of the Circuit f 1Iti1e) ,f'ffllrt f made to keep t lultance and of Director, not Incomtlxtent with th* law aid' John Cannier U ,a non,rtvldcnt ol

r who would tn a credit;! to any Court. The price U the amount'f.ath nf r ttl thin State.FirmThe. the State of Florida and that bin plaerct' T. DANIEL .
jffcni .
final plunge into the:.water, (:causes capital itock of this' Awtoclatj residence ia unknown to the affiant; and L
certificate! and interest
thereonat
S
ar ftmmonw.nlthIasprupOtiauthut no end orAmuroegc'Jt; 'thq specta'rora. Retail be .1 VX)0. to be divided Into 150 that the plaintiff b over 21 yean of age and 010111/

y want l*> mnrwlitl i y any'fair-mind 25; per cent per Hnnum. D arid' aorqetimes abiirevnf 9100 each. tb it there b no use In thin State the septa .

Urtlly one Bqt the 'stock be Increa edfI'cuq..tlmli upon whom would bind the 'plaintiff, and uuuu .
I ed "f'II..llIlormt'tJ l (M-mon. Conwn- "IVrmjiw desiring to' redeem tax- capital may COCOA. wrg..ru ttuA.. ..
both actors taketp f$&* J! .a.terx., I | ta time! samayhedetmedexpe. tbat the defendant has filed a crow bill and .
f sale certificates held the $ ,
Injrooeof them S. (H.Mallory. the by tate Any nQmbf 'uf Knights oan enter 1 dibnt.to any 'aqm not exceeding $100,000 answer herein.

(Jalnearille! Sun recently had an article when any one or more of the iwrtifl-! a* provided! by law The Indebtedness of U b therefore ordered that you John Camer *- >\VALMcI K. MUlStreeeaaee I.
the list tbe defeated one giving> .plat'e ,do to the bill and t
the AMoelatlon *hall at no time exceed the appear crow answer
that wt. lortli that ,grntteuan'sftwudflg { cafe: covering the same land U over *
,
t 4. f
U W. 6
to a frest combatant.. 'amount of iU capital stock, paid In and remaining filed herein on or before rt, _

in a in-inner exactly to our two years old most do so throughthe It Is rather rough sport but we undlmlnlnhed by low or otherwise August 7th A. D. 1899, REAL ESTATE A0 1I.f'AiCI.Apat

Hi* of thinking.: It said : Stole Treasurer. Before apply except an provided la Section 2lX4' of tbe lur W..l fml. Ihwh Twa tee. ....
never hear of ,any serious injury received : RetUed Statute being tbe first )Monday the month. West Pain Bearfe Waut WtJu
1 The of I'lurida luve never lug to the State Treasurer, the party It b further ordered tbat thin order be pub. NOTAItf HftUC.Laado .
people by the participants.Some SIXTH! -Tbe Board of Director, a majorityof Ct..t&. A,...... .......
faithful efficient or from the clerk 'of the lUh'-d ,once a week for eight rounwotUe PaDese
hut
a more must
procure whom shall be a quorum to do business, 5 :n."T rtofiU.FKAMKUH .
than SrnatorMalk such novel :;entertainment weeks prior to wild 7th uf r"
jnpuUr public servant shall day August A. D.
Circuit! Court a statement of the elect one of their number to president
I' >r>. Since Lii elevation lu a !successful. carried nut would tend of this Association who shall hold his office 1819.! In THE Tuomi Sis, a newspaper
teat in the United States senate be numbers of all tax certificates held 1 puliltxbed In Mid County of Dade State of .H.... OKU. 0. DTUO.gllKEN .
moved for
I to make Went Palm Beach favorite unleiu he be(Unqualified (or ) tbe
UM hcea indefatigable in hiarfibrtto by the State covering the land and u: term for which be w us elected a director and Florida. & HUTLKK.suYtrofi3 .
the Inlerou of toe wlulepeople location for celebrations. E. R. Ordered this ht day of June 181)0.
..
tromotr
ulllo the assessed valuation of the they shall be hutborlsed. the absence or[I I
of tbe State. There ia. Inability ol the president from to [Ilea] A. F. qrulBY.CII'rlt Axicim tx&snts.
small about Senator Mailory. Und. The book in the clerk's office anyfause. Circuit .
nothing perform bU duties. They shall elect or appoint Court.W. 0-. at West Pvi. ...'
JU ia the personification of contain this data and the State NOTICE. a ca.bfer and other officer and clerk I. METTALF. Solicitor for De radeat. InpUIr Nkk d vti adlag llain.... fa. *.
honor. hi* democracy is above re- B"Iwd. MeWctlag a .f <..&.
in books which an may be required to transact the business IBK aad MtliaatUc Mmfivr .
ami te would scorn to resort Treasurer $ rjo contain a trte.ty. far*
prtMKh. As have fix the salariesto f. and .....
our townsmen decided to of theAiwoflatlont theynhall rorrrrt work BMrMtawL AMfuiBkatloai
to ttkkcry or deception to promote it. The prep( ro be paid for re be paid. them and continue them in officeor NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED by Mall rwIwpeNai. iH ......
I his Klfi-h end lie enjoy the con let the "eagle fccrean. on our natal thia. flats and Ills. r> ... It Luw>>t rrt.an. .
clt'II1(1ttonsllftt'r the oldest ivrtjfirate dismiss them:All In the opinion of a- majority WEST fAUl BEACH
I a tub-tee. repect and eneea of his day July Fourth, let us all show ourcomes of'he Board the Internet ot the Asso Notice U hereby given that all penoBi having ; rLA. IITMQEOIIGB8.A1IAH8.
eoHvaear IB thetute.. and liotb is two yeura old, in: 1'he ftlDoupl; (
demand
I and have some display of rf'll. elation may demand; and they shall gererally any against tile Estate ot ZaniesC.
his public and private charactei us of tat Ps and costs stated in the certitHatuith23permit do and perform all acts which It may belegal I\Irslry. deceased, are hereby notified to ,
rtaln. No in Florida white and
blue made
without a man at build-
; thereon for I every for a:Board of Director to do. under (prevent the in to the uudl'nllcot'll.llul.autbtn.

tit a Hionjrf of held tbe on State.the affections his in?, big and little. f pefora.te> jn someway the law of the! State\ of Florida l making nil tl<'l4ll'4.'Ithln the time prescribed by law,or Deputy Supreme c..lHJfi"
vl the people By the first and interest thereonut
year, thin notice will be L'lImd..llo bar of .
let byl.w to be made for the goverp- recovery
our visitors proper KNIGHTS Of THE
.faithful and efficient cervices he has ; see !starry banners fJtCCAHUIII
the Udder of the rate of 8 per cent per annnni. i Inept of the A."(H'|atun| not Inconsistent with And all person owing said estate an required
chmbrd
hiJtb on
up narjng from window. tN sate aJfaille..
every tbe law PF these articles. to make IIIIDll'dlat"paYIII..Dt to
me.
fame He U proving himself apowerful together with; the taxes for each ,
i factor m behalf of the ad- I Flags and! nlttjoji f-hueerj} fabrics are SEvasrThisdssoel.Nlon shall rOil tine OEORGE W. LAIMIART. Will Imitltnie Teals any a hn.la the$tats
)
interest year subsequent to the| year for for a period ol fifty years from the datot Executor! of the Estateof I I For iBtunnatliHi address
vaBcrtretit of Florida's Inatonair inexpensive' so Wf all d >
IiOmf.'o'bing
CP" *
E Qtiouk regard for the needs whiththehind! witssold, with inter. 1 ; the execution ol its organisation certificate, James. Klusk-y, dlEYROC K ADAM,
in the WilY of'dcenratlug. Try UI.H-SS sooner dissolved by the act of itsshareholders West I'alm Beach Fla. tl-1,te." WM Palm Blurb, DurVU.O .
of the people Senator Mallory was rrtl at the rate of 8 per cent per annum .
.
This of >
Jural' I
f twenty-sixth day A.
law. )
and have all displays In manner provided by
recently lu Xt. Orleans, and while completed by
from the first of 1809
day April nextsuceedina 1'i6gq
EIURTlI-Thew' Article of Asooclatlon maybe
i tfceie was lefened to as follows, by Monday evening;the 3d.
the I'itJ'ctle of that city : the year for which thesubsequent changed or amended at any time by tbe KMIXOLK I1AUIIKB Mtlfli,
of WILMOJJ WHILLDIJI Mayor.MAYOR'S ,bare-b lden. In the manner prescribed bylaw i 1J
Jlott. h R. Mallory IVrioacpla, taxes are collected taking .
Failed Slates senator from Florida.M >< : and meeting maybe called for this or I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Wm. rklimult, Proprietor.
i tu| > value expressed in the certifl. otber a* 'Med by the Statutes
AUIOOK the dikiingm..h d arrival any purpose| pro\ ( Ki.rM.rrty at Motel !loyal KikcUM.1
I *4. aLe city. I Ic U a strong per. fate as a Basis of valuation, pro- The Literary. and Social Club. ol tbe State and the By-Law uf this -

poaalilf ia ao thern democracy, a \ided, That wiDep the owner him paid -..._- AsMiclatlon. I \y I. METCALF, Only' White llurUrlTTheTown.W .
I deep water nun at all times of the THURSDAY JUNE 22, 1899. Tbe name of the olllrel'll'be shall conduct -
a mewtier i4 the senatorial the taxes foi any }'subsequent to At the the business of this Association until those ATTORiEr AT LAW.NOTARY ,
ycar meeting ofthe.-Club rl. .
j ., on June c.t He ch, YMNtda.CI1 ,
JuduMnal Commisaon, a C was to the course in a* follow, tn-wit: E. X. Dimlek, President .
of judictcus anli-trtst ligis. Will practice in County,state and Federal
allowed to furnish the Stitte Trenurer
i Jpj:1isb.literatur to include U. D.* .lIl'llIlrl..lillun."ke1'I'IIIIII'nt:
prominent
latlua, properly aduiici-J.ere t. an ; Courts. Y UAUIIKU'HIIOP
opponent to the prtsuienl'i scope[. a tax receipt, or n certificate essayists and historians as Hell, as novelists Geo. L. Branning. Cashier ; W. II. hpitzer. LAND CASES A SPECIALTY.
iaj'Mic ttndencifs, and a devout and Assistant Cashier: E. X. Dimick,G. D. Hendrickson Ullleein TUOPIUL Svs Rte'k. ,
from the Tux (
Collector showing the poets. Therefore the .. .
lri,all to F olida.IWN1hl pro E. M. ItreUfor.l. J'. U. Brown. West Palm Beach. Dade C unty. rlort-la. Saayoa Me.9f .....

Mallory : -\eral important payment of the taxes on the land for gram for Jane 22d is arranged as James Pritchard, Directors. .

fiuUrrs in hand at the present any or all of the years subsequent to follows : IX WITNESS \\HEKEOF. We have here- 1\ LILT St. C LA I It.A KUANS. '- ..,LO....M.pa:.. .......

t'w. IK arw days he w leave: for tV prt'.1't1) in the tax: 'rtiflc Roll Call[ quotations from Tennyson. u.uto set our band this 19th day of June!, .
((
year -
U.....':Iton. brre" be goes t9 meet English: Literature of tbe A. p. ISUU.Signatures! A ATTORNEY T.LA W,
Industrial] CouuuisJon of tie, and the State Treasurer ehaj igth century Residence:
with tli : JAt:1o: SONYIII,1', FLA To Rent by the Hour or Day.
tbefuitnl Mates. which ,,ul take attach said receipt or certificates/ this beginning wtlJ the Scott Period.} $ P, p. HENpUICKSOX; Lake worth FI 18.

:"ptMijue: ''UMi tif IrtikU and listen! to the Historian, llacaulay-Mrs. Burnham E. S.DIMICK., FJ.IIII Bench 1"18. F Practice l>"ral. In all the Un'nit Court', Mate and ONLY HEW BICYCLES I lit TOWS -II 4

"t'. timony on lath rides "f this daily report Controller'o and Miss Hindry. GEO. POTTER. West l'almlll'lU'b, Fla. 12-J9-1e5.'':

lieal problem. Tin. matter f/vr- \ one but the owner can prove the Essayist Lamb-Mrs. Eveiett and CEO W. '.A I xu ART. Palm Reach Fla, Next Door North Tropical 81. poet -. .

....Iprt t.. .re than any ether, will in payment of subsequent taxes and Mrs Bell. E. M. BRELSFtRD. Palm Bearh. Ha, W. It. MITCHELL. i ,
kraal rrrvlate and citin the JAMES PHITCHARD, Titus' (Ills. Fla, L & 111(00\: .
South just at this Unit,' lien a he. can do) it only n hen he wishes to Poets St-ections-Mrs.: Paine and W. M. BROWS. THus\l.ile.) Fla. pOl' Proprirtar,

atiMMle i>f anti trus-: ftdint anti sutitt redeem and. not to purchase The Mrs. Stowers. : W. H.SPJ.TZEH, 1'-114'Beat.h, Fla ATTORNEYS'AT-LAW, -- -- --

Ut Irxiklatioit seems to lie sweeping Tax Collector's certificate as to Novelist Scott-Miss Potter and Miss I
over the whole country. On pay STATE OF FLORID*,) AIGISTIXE.. FLA. GEO. H. MALTBY
Ibis account the aork f tlu' commis- meiit of taxes must lIP left nn file. ,Anthony.piscHiiion. "onnor DAD P f 5-1-99 ,

rlonsill be watched with great in- "Pl'r>>o1s desiring to purchaea ta;$- !, l led by Mrs. Anthony.Knickerbocker On thM| 1'Jth I day 01 J UI\I', A. I). IS'.l'.i\ \ before ,-- -DRALKt tK- ,
colleeting me pcittoiiully came t:. N.llimirk.'iwirgrv )
totcst.and Senator Mallory is 1 ) ,
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New York.
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facts every day that may J IK* sale certihtnte": held| | by the State, >\ Pptfert Ol'one W. Lanimrt| H: '*. UnU- C. HOOD. 31. n,. Household
Current Events. : H : '
used sad brought to bear in the tats must procure them from the clerk pf .. 'nrii sn1)\ ) WH- Spter well kpu p to me tuIH e FurnitureFuoeralSujpliis I

t ftotf before that Ixxly.RAILROAD the fi""uit Court of the !? fiyp of the (persons ill'II.rlbt'll in, and a hu PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office
in .
county .. Of.rto.V.I O" ,. executer l the furcguing Art|< .li", uf AimiHiaton '
---- ---- ---- which. the land is heated i : ,: Office and Residence near Royal Polnt'lana -
a certifl | and who! severally iuii| <> jelerl I tint

RORID"'S COMKISSIOK.: cite netting! forth nil the tax cerlificates "In announcing the collection" re thy fjwntwl. the naiiiu ror> the iiurimwntjjertin Hotel, PALM OF tt'II. IM-y 1
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held by the State covering all. marked the pastor, rl soil). repeat'th* w t forth.
he who ID wtinr, "'bl'J't'Or.l ha\elierfiiutowt my DHOWS,
spoor La lit "Past one t"'IIf'r in FlurfiHtheAi -"lIr any part of the land applied for. giveib unto the poor leudeth hand und Mortal IIt'lllhe) day audjroar bun' T. .

unto the Lord only adding that the Lord written. ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. A SPECIALTY.
,...i1nneeeIItIEsttPIhatrun- and also the assessed valuation oft ,
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has no use for brass buttons except WILLIAM. 1. MKTCALF, [St-al.|
as "
pNf4 te' ftafri) elf (C'Ullllllijt"jllll ,11t lli" land in tht' oldest tax certificate! X..ta'1I'uhll,'. Plan and sp t'I'lftl'Jltlonlll''I'A'1. -
menient of the donors'!"-Detroit! work attention at
ibis agitate ar amply rnljNwrrrel to_ This r ertitii rte, with the amuuut o' !I Journal We berf'iy: certify' ihnt the above I a trueropj Jobbing Shop on Datura gtten SI reel.prompt West Palm Beach IlL
; vf.tli |>n>iH) ed charter of the bade, ,




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. :T :! _HttaUT i' **, it 1 t { h ,. ANGLO-AMERICANISM. II SUttPj f GU S IItOM .

o rise .Kl.ira Dace Draws Ta.ctavhr'ldMtitr ..

._ ) Ii )1)). .. Nobody of intelligence.f UterCBta.either in En lUlt C i 10 roRto I .

L4e rope or'America who'keeps abreast of b
current events can have failed to o.em -
Rukeunruua. /
; : ant IwBU'f'w. eBCg PrIJ:
r '-- t'! : .. a ,. the change of attitude and feeling! .
'T jt-'J in the last few years between the Unit- (A pen and pencil bt'ltnlealrt'ressAado"Did l
yrl. bt,1T99 ed States and Great Britain especiallyof rGur.4.U-won.t 1'*rtll
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..1. .t..or, (of ,-,.. .:..w.f1- .... '": 7', .: England. The change has teen IOI Thirteen gtirw at nariwr That te
I ever tt-l1on abont that Foortbf.JuJ
I gradual though steady that it seems to the historic aonnd that n bcr iaUN
t celebration incladin fireworks, I have been sudden to have developed Fourth of July, and ta this year of
which I plant for the boys oat in the within a year or two. But the change grace 1899 \he roar tt marto tarns wifl

4 ell conatr'at'aftpr the civil wart"the baa been coming for more than a generation be beard. with some hub ctrrtcbw of

a.ked.ddlaneiLtiprkhit: :glecfnsensaa. ,' mainly through growing respect the imagination cu&tiaooiul/ half way
Jf' of ficni' England toward this country around the world. From UaniU to

"r J cr wi1\1h l; :one istory grand l I Previous to our civil war they were as amass Porto Rico oar pc* ..iot!. corrr IN r
fatherhad not done us the honor to inclined to think as egotists and degrees uf longitude Manila being tW ;
relat /Mtte game time it was gently 1 I braggarts and we certainly did talk I. degree east and Porto litW>> il,vm ;

Crge4li bartlllh +:towneack-ila mt'IDOr'y'for the land of liberty as if we alone enjoyed with the diCvre&ce of How Matilboors.

fact th*"" eb13; $oo$,feeLali 1i'asking I freedom and were capable of appreciating When it U "high I tua" at SU-

,him to to .npcfi, '6fytgar1t] ;;:?,. ? it. The English! ; should have nila. it U the prevkwu midal, bt at
I' '0..t:.tlc kl9i> hJ n: re the known that we were mora than egotuU Purto Rico:
word 'acti. "iaid 'm df $er. "ander"th&iji and braggarts by their experience in theRevolaticu When tbe "II gnu at talritle" .

it le i'f1'f p t 'B&! > )}d.. for I But the Revolution had occurred thundering frcui D.Wl'J"Ib r. and
n deal oily 1> t Ai I o"'t61 tt a i4ship'Job i daring the previous cettory.! and Otis' batteries their Wrk" De t mfnrceUd ')) tn ransibddbtlemery's bad been to a great extent forgottenby pc&decra day at Manila tl:"'fan of Jay
for'tljem iI.pra''Jo: give )your}' n our goons am enemies. t baa just set ia I\srt4a UM:<\ and tbi
tel| BO 'Dea jDes&! J" am: imply .atn-' en' We had not forgotten it, anti we patriots of that fair i.laa>l. who lately
nt 1 with facto., It is"a- fact IbM facts t' Il should not have forgotten it. It was came voluntarily and will <.u'. asiata
ooze ont of, toy pores until yon might \ t' I Itt something for us to be" very proud of. under the protecting fckiscf CM: Ulurj.
take me for a factotum, as it were. In It was-a great triumpu of our militia are looking forward to the ceLrhtatktl
;* addition to this I regard it a solemn % ; and homebred patriots: half armed of their fir.t Fourth ci& the a. r&W

r ti'! duty I owe' to ,my country to narrate / wretchedly equipped exceedingly poor, When U hours after it b/w h en at
this great historical truth for the reason : ct:1: over regular. disciplined soldiers abundantly Manila, our new t MK &init in tM
that it ia a chapter in the history of { { ( -s; supplied with material of war. orient the Bin rise ant vf the Atlantis
American independence that every pa- tt : But the descendants of tbote heroes may t and greets the Portg !Ek.au la out ttM. '
triot and every citizen inc1 dip jhFilipinos. : have talked overmuch cf their achievements pot bsbn in the Antilles U U .et*

shoujd known r' Jltwa \\ / and prowess, while they themselves corned by the morning |''ot nwnadiM ,
;...ldnftbal.,grondfiaherwa; a l / Ij /r lived in profound peace and in the from tbe former Spanbb fortresses, and
- Jot to ba discouraged twin hia intention midst of comfort Whether they did or the celebration of Aemiran lB l ffB4>

to relate his Fourth of Jnly story! not they are believed to have done so. !. ence is begun bllltUl.w1rhowrv {Utttf
' "1 t Wee this way" he began "The and Fourth of Juljism! is the name that emancipated from mooarctit ttr W

c **r bad jll8t-cl ed. and thin seemed tome was given to their so called vaunting! dom. Half an hour liter tb* nwrataf

to,1)6 of itoelf.a ,8ufJicll'1 *.reajOOP tl, from the*grandiloquent harangues poured cannonading it taken op at Eastpurt,
'j why, that, particular : Urth eot..Jnlyeboold a l forth by fervid orators on Independence Me., the eastern point: of tl. Utiaai

be worthy of the occasion and + r%i day.. The civil war., one of tbe thirteen state of the V 1liuD.. '*M sues i
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a the whole country. I bad been attendin t r f greatest. most terrible wars of history.so reverberates down Uircia ; New Eaac-
fourth o* Jnly celebration fell ,iny T eclipsed in proportions and destructiveness land. and ia half an hour New lark
life but they always struck me as ar the Revolution really tbe more catches the fast gliui;-'>( tbs \If1lht1!

L ,fie parole and .beap-a few artificial iire- r_ heroic of the two, as virtually to put sun and her 13 guns belch! forUi wcl
: works, won than artificial oratory, a an end to Fourth Jnlyisui. como: to U nation's aaUI day. Aa lb.br91k .

great deal of noise and.. smoke. and that Our own people-thobe at least not
e : WaSfclUv ': 4'' well acquainted with history-have
The oil conntry.. the greater part bad an erroneous idea concerning the
of.which I owned,offered such magnificent Revolution as respects! the English. ai facilities for pyrotechnics ,and ; II'l' have not quite recovered from it yet It

that sort of thing that I made np my ,' a They have erppofced, and may still sup
1 :. mind to give the people a celebration pose, that the attempt of George III to
; < the like of which, they: ba l ';never force the colonies to return to their allegiance -

dreamed and aouietbiri their children was a popular measure!, and
r ago their children's: children would re- that its failure was to England a terrible
meutbqr.while.'memory holds a sent ia humiliation. They have not known

'; this distracted globe. as Shakespeare that the war was the king's war, and

aaya" -- was opposed ,by the best and wisest of
- 'We interrupted grandfather at this e his subjects who were rejoiced that the
point to ask if he still owned the larger I :nil HEW louiira op fLY AS VIEWED, POI MARE colonies gained their independence.Many .

r- jrnrt of the oil conntry Americans have wondered when E
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"N-no; Dot :exactly You see. the +t-- -- in Ixjndon that in speaking of the co-
{ .;$ta'pdard' Oil trust bus managed to my hopes I I took fromxuy; pocket a b>t of.pa 1 tried to about fresh explanations lollialar the English were not humiliated WI
queen in and secure quit a snug lit Well lutvn I upon which bad scri'bledl] some through tbe megaphone but the mob by mention of compulsory ter

tie |otereat t'!-ol1 .I don't,know exactly 'and- then and jotted down sooflg statiaticJ;> bowled me. flown and wore that they mination. They would not believe the
bow much oil property of one kind and of it which J prgpos t1 m'akln a fey would shove the fog horn dawn my'venerable historic facts, nor could they under- 1i I 'triiiuir1

,Another I bave permitted Mr. Rockefeller gpontin '3, suitable to ocfaaion.! Judge throat, big end first, The Bitna- stand that what was of BO absorbing Interest -
and hb friends' to puMm! qUt ia fairly sor.irise. of my amazement of iron wa HUoetLla appalling. It was end importance to them should
n ccvaiderable lit leas\ .. Bat at the time of Jnly I I' horror' to find in the first glance &t enough to torn a sorrel bone gray Ix. a not be equally so to those who had been
I s hi which I teak I bad not made uptayjuin4. 8,000 b data. that in the excitement and tingle aight Te.haM my motives impugned tbeir foe. The Revolution was our first .. .
to.divide' with an; ona, I was. toeBiiertai \ 4,000 : : fervor of the occasion we had I after a lifetime of sobriety and t war; The English are nearly always at WV F'
lL I allowed the Fourth of July'td" probity was enough to rive heart.
ermedmonopoly.' the hydra, w" saw my war. Bat they have never teased to regret
: : 'I ,' by and that it was then about the j The Gain was intensified a thousandfold wen SAM: HiuxuEb ir TIllS AIVT rat
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who f>
beaded trust. the oclopna-the., < Bray t the disastrous consequences to VKBi)EST UUiUkkT beau Ul krPJlWl"
hootin match I friends in ; No wonder the eagle felLT4 !' when my misguided and', infuriated them of George Ill's stubbornness The day advanced in New York and Uw faa

.. i beta:,the. situation.! ; I began fetuala. I 'Abjq. \ I shivered. The discovery para- friends and admirers:bowled out the rich privileged influential classes) of.. tivitieg progress the booming of the.... t
"fj 'R! 1f the celrRaptefrf :I 1Wbester.: I me. I was cold I was numb. l declaration that I'dld not fire the wells England sided at first M is well known ride guns continues: : to be beard aocM
\ vis to illdimtmte bra tea i. ind dozens petrified.; "- t 'J l because I wu savin the oil. rnnnin it with the Booth, in uncivil war. but the the continent from the Atlantic*e buu4
but; it wan II.der'llCaI4 E ..tncludiu. 'M 88 I could pull myself to- in tanks and dippin it in barrels with a English people Bided with the north. to the Pacific
slope fiie
i *.iocmr\. Aa _j f TfjtttzeA' __'__" that.__. it_.would n ____ _never_. __ do__. .!p\v.. ift aellrn _it. for iR a_ barrel Divin,.... Chicago brr If
UHAUU *V 't'w toe struggle continued tbe north )bear
A* after their
I t-; "* / guns an rcwr bat 4W4"'
-a fetch so mipcS behindhand with a Fourth my actions a
I, toy tDen'fJlllrUpuel gained friends rapidly on'the other side away in the eastern metropolis ..d.* '
The whole iuJYI-1Iebr.Uuu;. We would be: the 'grabbin bias! cat P6 like A razor slash-! and at its close the north was lauded another hour Denver take* the ts ', '
with purple !1J Epck of the civilized, and bar, I could pot deny that I bad my Persian highly by tens of thousands who had train and the ecbocf! the nmniBf ap
celebration : worlds. Of course stayed my army of employees aavm the oil. and it tniia | -
been inimical to it Both sections of resounds through the RocklM An boot ]
10001. It from tonchiq the match. 80 to say was: also true that tbe market price of the had
t republic fought so valiantly later San Franciiicu notes the admit (4
the stock of ehptgun and oil at that time faVor little |
kept toy was maybe A
had shown such fortitude that the the day with "13 go.B4at sunrtaa"i I
"In the my glitterin stars that I lead rWn of $N, nation only tbi-u strictly such. 4\11 the
wjiole revolution nf the earth tare I Inp
wells its discovery before I pulled the "The of friends and ad-
gas frenzy] my sprang into transatlantic favor. England the broad of the Fuciflu Lithe 4
Comm in ,My next duty a painful ?ne whets increased c! they; bore down and all Great Britain recognia rays uf the expanses sun the Fourth of Jay :|
by troops. it was was to notify my friends! upon rue. They were thousands to one.- *
the fact that if American
I even bad is ushered in with the booming of tM
leaped on my horse and galluy.d It's a won-ler they didn't tear me limb
gponter. a
been boastful they had good reason for U guns at Honolulu, and the rrVibration .
1 I saw to them like a rough rider grin tft from limb you say t, That's where yon boasting, and that we and they are of Independence day bv ia
and to them the terrible don't know the ;raa wit
explained of
It was ( grit your grandfa-
largely of th" baiue stock. The Britons, new mid-Pacific dua
two boon
in which I fonndmy8elf. I ther. How did I them at ptststs
the keep bay
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English, '
notably the are prone to find later than at San Fraud* it U
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verse. tatlha top of my voice that we Easy as rollin off a log. I fell back in
in peoples\ whom they specially admire noon at Porte Rica the point farthest
Hotels allowed the Fourth of July to slip good order among my flowin and,
( a. uipdicuiii Itt least of their own blood east on this continent.\ the fatrk.ti4
bon ; that it was now the 10th. and may gpoutin wells; my big oil alcohol !and
Opera
to account in'part for their admirationThe Porto Ricana are in the rei-M of their
houses, the 12th; that it would not do to in turpentine geysers and uiy roarin.pi-er*
steadily rupidly !growing importance first Foutth uf July t-ekbratk.u I
my oil :) a chestnut a burnin chestnut, a' I shook my locks defiance at\ the upb;
strength and wealth of the republic -i Thai an the tours puns u-' alio 4contiuaoas
"a minutes chestnut, on a critical world. I Leaniu far over my horse's bead, I especially in the latot.tO years, ; Fourth ot Jail cpkbraiua {
nons era my rVgreta through a ipega- megaphoned to the, effect that they had have aroused the admiration and augmented goes on halt way neural the wur)"V
"The ffft *h.e bill and Valleys were abused! \ uiy hospitality; that they bad the affection of Great Britain-1, l with bouuiinit.. UDO-T
Th ,1i___ _i_ii._}.'WIA___ same l_upn_.. the nnt themselves .rinfeina._. tlA. nnla ftJ ..u, I cannon waving,
July. *** a.MV *
f .v i
a'.1 It is easy to like people of great; and accumulating bauds playing. uihtary *H>ALU>pen TnnoLiiii THK CROWD tics .A pay beavena gave back PJ"yocifer- mercy 5 that if they would favor me by power. Out restoration of 'at'ats (>f strength rat
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I; ceNtduas"F: I + Niagara ; : : : 'It's the 10th. it's the 10th. or comin near enough I would apply the the : I'f'-
I t | the Union proved immensity vt onr gawks and ports innumerable f .td
than this* that my mind Ves"1 woikmWho soand, the l'2thl 1 I regret. I regret! I flash test to my property and give them resources anl that no European state triottc orations galore awl tn U ia p.a 1
wai Nero. anyhow that be should detect in labivered"I"It breaks my heart to say it. but ., a fire scene such as would make old could y2od to provoke us. We have beErowe ', Muse of pyrotechnic gloryVb"a tb*
the of and friends and admirers did not grasp Pluto himself jump for the fire bucket;
figure on same page bM.oJ'1.8Sour gas, ) ia every '(>l4aU for Nero and that I wculd. in short, take great 'least \ -
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grandfather 418. -- \ class '
sense a first: : 11Iwt'r. I toast town*! and oar Wend t.f the Wiest
all bis petty, cheap John enterprise I It wu*- are in blowin the whole clqven footed Onr short hut most eite.tivIIDd eignihuant Indies the son of a new day Hm r.....
throw my contempt fall in his face." .it BJObt and horned herd of then ta bins'lom, ; war with Spain of last year in the Philippiunk. Ho pry*r into ku-
Grandfather grew quite red and beat- cle to nee ,;. come. And I waved (I1igq my trusty ,again demonstrated the strength and tory the Fourth of July, bW and i itl \;
c4with.hia sadden burst of indignation wells ; I shotgun charged with pitch and fire f; admirable figbtiugqualitieiiof our army ttMlhitioU around thew 0,101
over the small doings of a wan whom "Why. uii 1Y balls. and) navy. No soldiers and sailors have 141

ba evi&ntly regarded aa a mere pre That 4'Woultave fired all these wells! i ever acquitted themselves better 'Our THE LIBERTY BIRD i j jhlr

tender. Becovering his breath and his my tens :: As heaven is my judge I would I I1 J guns and ships btirred the enthusiasm

mental and physical equilibrium he friends. :: r1- would have funeral pyred myself and if not the envy, of the great powers Jonu with /U b'1
went on: and .' (' incinerated every mother's son of th&e and gave us enormous renown throughout Raw.. Jane with. Id law*. I
"I bad given the matter of this celebration fiery friends and admirers until the ashes of civilization. ;i Ua A luiiliun lixkol sal duaj awe Junes wikk "

deep thought end bad laid my that I i 111 the whole pack of 'em wouldn't have Our achievements in art sad literature flit.uag..ra. uteri.f'J. ,. ..
'" and months i iQ advance filled a snuffbox.! lit frugrmm drrank
j)1aDlIDOllUU and i have\! made such rapid ctrtdei that II ; a ,
You'" be aorpriaed at the magnitude "The .."Don't: I think it was a pity to disappoint we pre flow in the front ra.uk. and our The "ame; we "'j'" but .U i. ..:
The
d ray scheme, bat it is a fact that I began the : all these people these fire wor.ehipers work \11 i known fur its distinctive orig- "Iu'.b.t all ara14 .... .
drillin oil wells and gus wells and I the I aa one' might say t Whose atilt I. inality. While little more than 1UO i The roUo tl AprilCWiu '
wells with i -.l lut da ..
aleobol wells and turpentine gembled was it that they were disappointed years oU. we have accomplished almost w a '
a view to using them for my illomi I tops to Great General JacakpH! I hope yea a! that Europe has accomplished in TJ1I..I.id Kntrunu-d uf lad itrilur HUM,
oath aeeoe. Talk about Nero burningi i moot don't think it was wine'I" and grand! ages and who shall limit par expan. ion Am the lark ... tiuruu k JaiwItrd
I t bone Boman towns to illuminate I, father was purple\ with raga He fumed in any way or degree With yhawre. wa beard
big drunken picnics I Why. I propose to ;, behtld and kicked and stabbed the floor with Another reason that we like England 'We The bave labuty tho'ltl4> la's 10

.4 p drill into the bowels of the earth and gether his hickory cane and cried out: better: and that England likes us Utter
fetch off enough of nittnre's stores of __ "I didn't wake the days to gallop by Ah, fraud( uv the .'yawn.
"My is that we are today well acquaintedwith il '
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l ;;botitiv. ight the world and binge : friends like that I'm no calendar maker. I'm one another; our relations are Vtittl IICCDU.. .ikl inouttTI.e
9 the wbiakera: of the" man in the moon t| bills no Pope Gregory or Julius Casar or close;many of our interestare mutual. Tu 'bullflrJ I.riaast' I
"I started 200 or 300 wells drillm frosty .Copernicus or any other aliuanac, wan. even identical We feel quite at howe 'I "x huu of triae>|>tt
v and timed,'em. so as to tap nature's tea i irrroir I Iiwd'/ to \ lv h at be caws u rh e craven crow d t I there: England it-m gate at noue The From fb-hin; tuifiy,, ut..IA'r ...101.
abgnt'Uie Fourth of July: In i 1 I fpootip TUK EHU OP AH 1IOCR TRial! WASN'T am glad you asked: thai I pulled put here We have been intermarrying: fu. .& .....Ult.Idol.rrTiu. rI
them! days everything I touched turned ball of \ OMt OP 'EM TO BE FOIIW" iiiy watch and ,held up three (fingera. years We are actually .onsia* The t
I knew that this Real 91.1 situation misconstrued and When three minutes ticked o$. 1 'I The ahm kuu;tJ IwlMn,
til ton and I I ereU world open np a big oil pcol awl. that ", \' me. Instead: of aytnuatbiziq started after 'ein \hot footI charged I I'I akin to us. We understand them: as we j.1'.1'I .&flen ... .o'W ur p,....
r I would bars oil to burn Indeed.i. Each Cjesar- me. they were indignant, they 'em as lit another BtW; \ Juan bil I j I I have never done before.: What is an I Tilt! It..> UtlU. k.'a1tlurth'a4 i
d. theao ,weU. ,"" coating...abont stirred exasperated they were mai Not chasm Viii like a lot pf rabbits, and ,at Englishman but an; earlier American jan j And "iulb J *! I.
them
., a1&b-Otoddllia; .I alwaya'pa'id my And it few of them were mad clear through the end of an hour there wasn't one of American but a later Eulb\ullan" b ruitTU.t>vir the ma.s a/>e- .,
workmen fancy prices but I didn't care eXI back! again. Most of them appeared 'eui to be found ip tea vtateaYPW.. W e!lIre all Anglo-Saxons and likely: Ut j A Hbiitf of the free \
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-.i Abnofc*for the expense. If "bIoo1U-hilltops be suddenly transformed into depnw wow.I" be associated ettattf in deed anti in iadvaiicemtpt i Ah. khrtok 1 I I
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on |>n J in well bd A 4$50,000.; I1louilttbavodtjned'em : beat They were tom1t1, nation They t Racial afUoities will as-1 I Your rae te lot tart;
all the agora and been glad heavy howled and swore. They execrated your It Tooted l like !apoplexy. The doctor 1 sort theuawlve! and ctntmue in force tour mini 1I11d. as tale
d',1t. 'I was after the material for a ed in it grandfather up hill;and down dale until said it wasn't serious and wooldpasi' soon despite distance and frequent disagree I' Io every tree brw.t,
celebration that would I the air was a dark heavy blue. They oft "'Grandfathersaid the duo i AIM kt huuttt W' .a..m4I .
Booth of Jail All wentAmerica and England's futures j jMI Why:rs J"4' "' ..... M hairs.
t I knock out aU the fireworks that had bird of / I cried 'Fake! 'Frattfl' and invented tor, "baa simply been overcome by too : '111 as: if they must be inseparably in-1 I Tbtttlyrt.\ +y1ti.ailbk.s
: ever been manufactured or dreamed ofmy'pkuu omen' | other wild and condemnatory term much remitj." I ttrwovta JCMIS UKMU BUOWI.K. [I Tbel4lsriyLrttJL
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A nation U made' up of Individuals;. old 1wtw..R) i
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To gain our country for Christ and .
U Hm iwi'le arc, o 11 the country. It is suggested that it,will be most r I
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w tea the wicked have a Christian nation in fact as well: e
rule, the' rtghteoua helpful to study the prophet aa a
as In name means more by far than a
boon, but when the righteous whole and not merely the few verses FURNITURE? ..
mere sentimental patriotism. f
mill the poor rejoice. selected for the lesson need
as we to
Aa surely. as an. Individual cannot
To My that w. want our country for know about the prophet the circumstances ,
lied HOI hold .
serve ana! tmuuuion. neither can a I' hewing Micnine
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tur,ChrUt. and then to deliberately in which be prophesied, the ,, ,
nation be both ChrUt-like and devilish :Th '
tale for kiwi Be.LMavbla. Mafia Light a..4olleleQ
men or parties which mission which he was to accomplish : .
and Christians with ail other true
( pa*,
\ ore know will let sin abound, la to beIW his method of work, the great truth .
triotsir' while vtakmg proper pride In ,-,
uur wunU and act hypocritical by which he enforced bill place In the
our achievement as a people! we
mut &actwu I kingdom of God. soh. ixvit toe th. famous Wall Trvak. list
should not "from wueuve cometh -
forget :
Tb nnrt atop toward Christian Hobea trewiM made to order. A Com
a truly was preceded by the prophet our help" and wltu the brave lUll ,
country U a consecrated home; a Amos. Prof. Cornell says: "To Amos'proposition should lift : IIltte UIIe ofFU"RNITUF4
our
gallanv FbUUjm we
iH'iur where the father and mother
adds
prefer God is Justice llosea -
and .'
voices with praise thanksgiving ;
tLc approving smile of God much God U Love. Not as if hoses WILl any, uutd the Low our God, and while' dinK *
dor thin they uar the frowua of the the less sincere III the judgment of also remember I vf an desertproas( at Bock Bottow Prices both 1 '
this to
i, World; a'buw.' where the Joy of'the the evil of his people; on the contrary that as he"'e'ought has been so wonderfullygood Wbolssahl 04 itetaL Baby Carriages Irww t8p ;

. Lord aDd the pleasure of Chlrstian serTic he shows himself even more deeplyaffected to us,. we should conduct our.aliuir to'20. Co Carts, Refrigerators Chests,
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la the general theme of convena- and his descriptionsare I'tc.!
bY'tbt'ID. use the Lord .Give;
I of state in tear oi ...
E dog, Iud 'where ,, --
there U for than
no room i far more sombre and ominous and according to Ills precepts C
I the light and slddy talk of the day; a those of Amos. But God Is a. kind. \\Itl1 toe gigantic trusts and uiooop- We bare a eOBftlnmeat of Qak,Dioen asd
i tome where there U more thought Father end punishes Ills child with a I I'inter grinding the poor, with the liquor Reed BoekmtUt be old,rery,la r. w.', i
l Hunt Lying up trwmure In heaveu bleeding heart for its own good so, trartic scattering death desolation and I handte the rtaious. ,CkvcUad and Bunbk-r; >I

I, Uuu there U about gathering riches that afterwards he may enfold it all lklllmtrlI1ltl1 duectkow, with the Sab-, BH.yci.E8. '-
hereupon earth. A multiplicity of the more warmly in 11111'arm'." Another -' With being OtMCI'IU as it never lirasbetore \
r home of this kind will wield such an writer declares Amos is ethical by any professed Christian na- : Eep,tUl sttoBtioa jiTOa to oar Uail Orders. .. r,

I &1ul'WIK'fur good that worldlings will while lu Hottea the religious elements lou: we should be cam'ul lest it shall We Unriotfe .SatittiMtloK, balk U food* and '
!I bar faith In.our Gud and his Christ predominate.. 00 worse with us than it was with riles Call a..,or wad IB your order! to

I I tai we ,,'UlIIt our country rapidly be Grout prosperity and wealth had those.\'e vanquished mortal combat"Whatsoever : >IS II'IJ Uara SL.JiCKSOIVlLLE, FU
I touting Christian In deed, ad weU aala come to Israel l. but these In those days we sow, that also shall ONLY,8.00 A

haute. as well as in modern tines, without we reap," applies tg nations as well.as' The k 21 D.B..COOPBR M TgCo. If
: *owe one has mild "If you want to the blessing of God. prove a curse. I to Indiuduuis. It \\Oultll.'OUUoue to i ,. ._ A
i I make this land Christian see that you Luxury and vice went bond in hand, share,la the blessings of the Uod of r.:
. vote only for Christian ruler.*." That U and moral and political decay was the ; nations, let us show our thanksgiving '

Iuud sentiment. but It will amount to natural result llosea's wife proved untrue Cur what He bus done for us in the. Chas: N. Welshans. .'
naught uutaM we Miiure our life by It to him. having been swept away past |PI living closer,to HIm In the futuie -
A CurbUaa ruler will act lu a ChrUf from the path of rectitude by the tide ,. four ctuuug out evu and ruling 1 ,. '

tits way bkh UM4ns that he will norar of immorality so the prophet knew by righteously ..>. ,', +... ..
.aa he Is concerned have the Fath- the most bitter personal experience "1 litre is no king saved by the multitude '. -STATE ;AGBNX '01-
,:. etfi will dune here upon earth aa It if that the leaven of corruption was of an host; a nighty man Is not
done la hwtrvu. Uod'a will being done working In the hearts of the people) delivered by much: strength," may .
, fcwv vlU do away with Sabbtab desemiton. Noses loved his wife ".. never wife sound' like strange reasoning to a practical '
i IcgaliiiHl liquor selling stock was loved in Israel" once at least and politician, but those who have r Longman & lyiartinez Paint :
i mbhug. th# opprtNMlag of the pour very probably oftener he forgave her; read the history of the nations of the Sun. ; ..
- by the rich and many other things after the sixth year she became a world know by their fate as well as ,
I that are a blotch and a blur upon our stranger to her husband's home, and .. ._ f\t Gal flint to depart T.fft1t.ft 'D"'ft'-
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1m",1 L'hrUtlau nation.- then drifted "like others of her class from thedisaster way of.the Lord Is to court oIoUI.LU1. Ji .. Ghingles: ;
I \Yben r-Oft; missionaries( talk Into III l\en." With all her faults i ; "the proud doer is plentifully "
to the ChliMTK about the opium habit Hosea loved her still' and when she rewarded" according to his actions '. Cement and C\I Tar.

they ask lln-m how about the American was sold as a slave he bought her but the Lord preserved the right- ,. \ .
liquor habit aud when they speak to back, and restored her penitent and eous" (1'sa{ 31, 23>. "
UM t'blum. omcu stout deforming humble to his home. It has been well David, In the U4th Psalm, gives a Aunt for Bidder's, PeerlQEiComentPl88t.r.la
their. r... ,. American practices equally said that this experience of llosea's description of a -blushed nation" With'JI't'11 : .
bad. aka M'ft' ,rtvd to. These facts prove taught him the divine feeling of grief \.ttwllOrlll blessings; being rid of Boutii .
cuuduahri) ,that If our country ls to and love for his people and made! him strange children whose mouths speak J' Hogan St., JackionTill*.'Florid. 10-lMi. 4

wield an inrtm-ure over other nations, able to proclaim God'a message to eth vanity and their right hand is aright 'Ii
W* must ,In Christian In practice, and them with great power, They bad hand of falsehood," with garners A Chance to' do 'Your
But Dlftt'I lu tb ory. fallen by iniquity, sad.be called upon full apd no complaining In the streets
As these of fon-lgu countries look at ; them to return to God. he could well say, "Happy Is that people i: LITTLE BROS.FERTILIZER .
lid InconnlHteucle" of our people as a I "Asshur shall not save us; we will who in such a case; yea happy ,
lath' m* uur neighbors and worldly not ride upon horses; neither will we i that people whose Uod is the Lord." .rf'.: ". E
{apple lu gent-nil look at the short say any more to the work of our bands Surely we can say it has been well '. ; and PHOSPHATE COMFY '
\ cuttilujp of twofttiHHl Christians and Ye :&rour gods; for in Thee the father with us, aud.while some things in our ',. ,
say If that in Christianity 1 do not less hud mercy". national:life are to be lamented over
want it." A sincere return to the Lord signifies there are many which should cause us Jacksonville Florida.
\\'w ram k'vi"r live so as to please that we will no longer lean upon or be to rejoice; while some men.who occupy ,
emjbudy, but we can live godly in entangled with those things which high positions betray the confidence ,
ChrUt Jmn In such a way that men have separated us from Him; so Israel placed in tli others. cannot !be .
avln our food works will glorify our was no longer to look to Auihur (Assyria bought or riled I, and they rule hi the ; If you are requiring ,JVrtlllzeri for V'leLah1 '
.',! ..'r in hwitm Living this kind of i for help, nor ride upon horses fear of the Lord. l'', !
life by all who love the name of Christ which came from Egypt and so would In U Chron. :ft, 1-JO; we read of "a J'oh:1 I Pineapples, etc., write ti| ut and we can gUt' you ,
will make' nor !haul truly Christian and not go to the Egyptians for help., victorious nation" We there are told : I I. s
tens: it to have the spiritual influence 4. "1 will heal their backsliding, I how lu olden times when a great multitude I I more value for your wowyJian any other Manrufajjtprerbr

It wuht to have upon the nations of will love them freely; for"mine anger was coming against the people, ,... '. dealer in, this" : State or from, ,
any
the worhl.Tlx is turned away from him. Jehoshapbat called for a fast,-and! ... '

: following quotation are worth The Lord not only heals the backsliding *. prayed to th>-Lord. ,and victory came; ;. o.Uie/jSt,. Writft.for p.. phletf\ ". prices, eta, ':. t
rrpeatIu In connection with, this gut i but restores his penitent children so It;will always oi8atoas if Wit depend ,
tee1: I. to the fulness of his love and'fa on the Lx>rd, : J i J. to bove address,- 6.1I, : ajr
Vour country begins at home; To. vor. But.to make our.nation Christian |indeed "
[ wt..,our bouibold for,Christ la the i "A, the dew" (verse 5)) Cambridge k is necessary, that we urge in e I't:
r fln-t step toward winning your country Bible says Is better rendl'red.l'p ,the dividual to give their hearts to the A1TESio.N.J.ERCHANT8t' .
l for Christ. night,mist;,L e., the masses of vapor &ord Jesus Christ "and go out into the r :
i .If the UlW>> U taught'to the child brought by the damp westerly winds highways and hedges and compel them '
teL U will U- the constitution of thee.tuetry of summer. The baleful eff"ets'of the W come m" that the Lord's house maybe ] .. ; .
I no matter what the formal sirocco are often felt In Palestine flur. tUk&L The nation. M made up of 1L THE MI5MI BOTTLING WORKS;
CooMitutUm! may IMIf *.' ing the rainless heat of summer but individuate, .and without Christ .we

th* wilt wishes to purify and pre- by the .beautiful provt.lol1of night cannot be a Christian; nation- la prepared to deliver EXPUSS Pa=PAID..1O. altregponiible,.pullet
do mint all hardy forms of vegetable life
wrvf Uw meat, it ran it in only one
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"'U. It must not bold aloof from the are preserved." JUNIOR ItASUsTTOPiCS. : BOTTLED SODA POP GINGER ALE etc
ft "Ills branches shall ] : ,
Btrtit It mud touch It and press up spread am '
acdlutt It. We are thu salt of the his beauty shall be aa the olive tree,. Who was Abim le eeb. We Cad his .: Patr.aifef Dade Ctaaty Mtrchuu Solicited jud. SiUfictia. Civasutt. -
earth ** Christians, an.' the only way and hU smell as Lelianon." name In the ilr&ten of our lesson, \ .,
t,. jHirify polities Is to mingle in poll- "The beauty of the olive U one of and in order to know something about A C. CASTELLANO. Prop. IMIAMI.. rUe'
,. IU.*." the most characteristic and beautiful bluff we must read several chapters before II-14-lf ,. I
"A bricklayer noticed that one brick features of all Southern scenery." A the one in which our lesson ti
f was a little thicker on one side thane delightful pet tsme! came fr ui the olive found. He was a son of one of the : 1I
n the other, and asked his comrade and the vine and the sweet smelling judges of Israel Uldaon.. His mother
> t Itr".., to throw it out but instead he shrubs and to this is compared the influence won a Sheckeiulie. After the death ot .
IHI It It lHH
iwit morning that wall was found on who enjoy the approving smile of God. in number; only one' escaped the. ,
the. ground. No sin U too small If ac- In, the eighth verse repentant Israel youngest, Jothau; who concealed himself -
rrptH 4 and 'attiulrsced to overthrow speaks thus: ," .Abimvlecb: then persuaded the8heckewitt .r '
I a nation however Iu!<<'." t "Etlbraim'shall sav. Wbat have I \ through the Influence of

"If you got in your garden a crop of I to do any more with idols I have his mother's brethren! to elect him ,
Nines e. when you had expected melon heard Him and observed Him; I am king. When Jothan hears that Ablme- .
*, yon would not scold the squashes, like 'a green fir tree. From me is thy ItCh was made king he addressed to The Tropical Sun;
his fable of the .
but.the'gsrleuer.who planted thewrongw'cds fruit found." the Sueckfuiite trees -c .
Ro when you have evil Israel found to her heart's sorrowthat choosing a king. His parable of the .
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etnrldla, ordinarily you waste your It did not pay, to leave the true reign of brambles is the earliest example I .
breath in fln.lini'fault with them, and living God for strange Idols. To of the kind. "But the olive true said :< t
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I whereas you *ho\iM rebuke the voters this note of praise and exultation the unto them"-this refers to Gideon .R .. ..".
.. I who put iit'h men where they could Lord replied, "From me Is thy fruit and the1' trees-the men of Israel 8 chp. 't
work nilM-blef." found." The church to-day needs fre1111t'ntly 2-23 vrs. Gideon sold: "I will not f

to be reminded of this same rule over you, neither shall my son Job DepartmentPrints ,
fact rule over you. the Lord shall rule over
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Ad. t.A for AIL1I0obr !a "Who Is wise and he shall understand you." But they did not choose to
Washington lone of the fore- these thinfrat prudent and he have the Lord's rule. 8 chp. 32-35. But Prospectors..and Inquirers
mot of hi*'colored race) la urging shall know them? for the ways of the that of.a man represented! by a bramble ,
them onto common-wnse efforts to 'Lord are right and the just shall walkin or thrn' tree alas! for their cholcel
I MID the world. Some of his remarks them but the transgressors shall Head the following verses. There will
ml*hi apply to some white,folks. lie fall therein." come a "tjiue in your life child, and Letter Heads Will find THE TROPICAL SUN t

Braes them (among other things) to The trulY wise are those who not only that tlqe should be NOW when yon loaded to the muzzle every week will '
rise chicken and null stealing them. bear and understand but also obey will haw to make a choice who shall '
lion hogs and cows, fewer dogs and the voice of the Lord. .There are be ruler of your heart. God or Satan Note pleads,' just the information they want
vats. A home before a piano. Good, many who are prudent I.temporal affairs good or evil. Ohl! be an olive tree in .
plain clotlUMi before finery. Plenty of who act very unwisely about the garden of the Lord. A true vine- StatementsBusiness Try it and be convinced. ,
fond wholesome victuals before so thlngii't'teroal They lean to their tree that will make glad the heart omen Cards '
any "Nnry flxInftV More solid food and God. Psalms 104 H 16. The
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tad lens frolicking. More reading Iud
growth of the olive tree'lli slow. 11I0 "
by the ways of the world and do not ,
(ell gadding around. More savings heed the great truth that "the waYiIof may be your Christian growth but it Ii Bill Heads ,
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backs and fewer Inortga e More the Lord are right;! if they continue steady and sure in the Lord. Godly ... .
.learning and lens Isiiness. More vegetaltlas in their transgressions they shall character Is not finished up In a day. And ail kinds of Fine Stationery '. ..- ..
and fruit and Irag woods and regeneration may plant the roots ogVace f
fall by the way and be utterly con.
U&dt>rbnuh. More flowers on the founded It is not so with the just: but-the trunk, of, character i 18 ..
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market-Mall' and fewer In their bon- built in the solid fibre of Chris 'Z: ,
they have heard the voice of the Lord up Are YOU.Supplied ? .
Bttt. He stays "Some of the hens are within the !soul the boughs spread out
and delight to walk In his ways, and
'I 4taf better than some of the men. their path sbineth brighter and brighter broadly to the sunlight and In the face .
I One thing Is sure everywhere among unto the perfect day of all men the "tree is known by Itfruits. .
I oil people that "some wives are doing .". Matthew 7, 16-20. .
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better than! some bUlihandll.-Or. Pepper. : Give Trial Order
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, Rev. A. C. Dijon said not long ago: Curtain lectures are, as benedict 'n,
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i "!''."da' eggs differ In shape as well Ten Commandment. keep your hands Itiea of life that might with advantage
i ai I' fy d" In color.- said a well-known on your pocketbook," be dispensed with, says the Berlin ,
, oruHholof, "For Instance the eggs Dev. Joseph Parker, of London Eng- correspondent of the London Dally And We Will '!. r
: of tr oaf! family are almost spherical land, says: "Life ought to have in It a Telegraph.. And III.'rbaps'lvl'l1 who .
, tad are thus easily moved by the lane element of courtesy, very *ra- II00 the Ri.ue will henceforth avoid
i parent bird in her desire to secure an dons and tender civility.' You lose administering the cold water cure ,
I equal amount of warmth to each during nothing: by the graciousness of your when their husbands return home I Ia In
f the time of hatching. As she nestsIn life. You sweeten your own life by state of Intoxication.The .
a hole, there Is no fear whatever of being;, gracious to other people." police court at Mayence has sentencetl 1 Indian River Nurseries '

,I any of her clutch rolling away and President\ Jordan of Leland Stan an old man of sixty-one to a Please You., .. .
, being smashed. On the other hand, ford University: thus recently said: .j'ear's Imprisonment for the mode In Budded Citrus Trees of every variety ou Soar Orange and Lemon Stock; ao) fall;
j the guillemot which nests, or rather "The time Is coming when politics will which he rem-uted his wife's ideas of line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to this section in-.

lays her eggs on flat bare rocks in be.the only profession open-to the intemperate applying a remedy against drunken- eluding Budded Mangoes So Varieties of Croton 15 Varieties oi.
, high exposed latitudes lays a single man. Railroads steamships flees. He returned home one night 00-98 Palms| Roses Strawberry plants, Pineapple Slips..Etc. '

I egg so elongated and curiously shaped and business men won't have him: visibly lu his cups, whereupon his wile. IOHH B., BEACH, Proprietor .:- WEST PAt 8EACHi FIA
I fl? that when stirred by a violent gust of only the long suffering people will still. pav him a wry Hharply worded curtain .
" fwid, or the bird's sudden flight it does employ him." Il'<'tlln'ot being one of those

, not roll away, but simply spins arounc C Pr. F. W. Ounsanlus says: "We needa who are. satisfied with Inflicting stings at Reasonable..
,
I on Its axis like a top. in the case of revival of that fine and true spirituality by IlnzuUtic combinations alone sh Boarding Rate. *. ..,
E plovers snipes and other birds that lay which made Moses not only a added force to her scolding by pourln, ,

. t tour large eggs the eggs narrow so gpleuriifi saint but a wise general: The a bucket of ice cold water on his hem MBS. JAS. McCANN is prepared to accommodate boarders '\,1 he(
rsMdly toward the smaller end that whiih\ nude Daniel a man of I man thereupon took up a loaded ,
prayer i pistol and tired it point Man1- into hiwife's well known boarding house on Clematis Ave: close to F.R.C.Bjidepot.j
in !
{ four of them a nest practically forma and the financier of a kingdom, and la I Vr [ 4
i face. In tI11nR'Ilnl..
a nutt.. thr enabllnc the bird to all ages has invwti-l the .secular life :. in lath
; Ivrrr '.hem; tbt snare effectually.." with the holiness of leaven! ")' *-,up ,,"'",11It-', the has completely ;___ CALL ox HUB yea BATH AXD Rualts.-.ors ,a f i
lost, tbo otlwr l>ellerel/ ) Injured
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/ THE TROPICAL SUN, WEST PALM. IA.(, FIOBIDI THTJBSD1T, .3L'NE.29,1899. 7t

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<< CARPENTRY--FOR BOYS. City, DirftclQry. .. ::1 BARGAINS worth BUYING

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Sinpto' lIaIaI. .for lUilldlif, lls rub.a 7 .
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OFF/CARS. ,
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WILMOJJ WHILI.UIN.-Mayor .f
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There are nitdonbtedly a great
manj CEO.8.AD US..Clerk Auenoraod Treasurer .
.. boy who own dogs but perhaps ban PALL C.JONES--........ .. Marshal t
W kennel in which to keep,them. A THE BOSTON"STORE
large box with a hole in It large enougl BQARD\OF\ ALDERMEN..

'fu .a dog to crawl through U better q to.V, PUTTER -_,.. ..:. .....rrnUdfai tJ ;[,J i !: .
then nothing; but a kennel'of neat appeupnce JOHN B.BACH.-: -J.D MATHJS '
and simple construction car ]. A.STRA WI>EJUlANGEO.1.' BttANIilNG hi I MRS. J. HANDELSMAN is here for the I I

THEY ALL.SING! TO BABY I t't'lt 17 be made that when complete: CARL SCHRKBMCK.,. ". B'M. JOTTER li next week and' will sen.'. :
,- will! appear like the illustrat'ob. baucil meeting the island 3d Tutvlay.In )1' .

Who shall ling the lullabies 1 or a dog of medium size 'o kenne each month,at 7=30 p. n.

".hera.our little baby cries guoud measure 30 inches long ?4 Inches ... Dry Goods
wide, and from bottom to peak i' -- I II I

First and beat Ii mamma's strain. can stand 34 inches high. The hole a'. : Clothing AT COST !IJ
the front will have to be cut large 4
i ; As she slog and sings again. County Directory: ,. < :, i ; ,
Sweetest words for babies ears, enough so the dog may pass in and ou'eisllp Shoes Q .

Words that qulet'all hU fears; and if made about in inches ii ... .,. <>000<>0
"Hoxh. _my darling, lullaby." diameter should be the right size li COUNl Y OFFICEAS 4

pro portion to the size of the kennel A. E. UkVSkK.. ... ... ?.-. County JnJg. ? COME ONE, COME ALL TO
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Next the wind:take up the song. To build the kennel right rommenct t.l.QUIMBYCireatttoprUeil f. h

Aa Jt briskly flies along at.he. foundation and build up by mak OUT. R. TA\'LOR......roMcaimg AuqrunIe. !

r Bjr the casement' in the night, i .J. CHI LUNG WORTH?...,,._.. ....-..Siberia I Who Use the THE = B0ST0N STORE
.
Murmuring as in affright I M. B.UKCBEKTax AiwsaurI. ,

"Hush, my darling, lullaby." 1 .J. ANTHONY .......... ... .Tax tellertoiK.H. MRS J. HAND4L; MAN, Prop. t z

' c9. D1MICK_ ...... ._._....Treasurer MARCUS FRANK, Manager. JHILLQift BLOCK. .. .
Then, the raindrops ,coming down Wild,H. RUSSELL Supervisor of KegturaUon

On the quiet, sleeping town. fKANK.L.YN SHEES....... ...__ time,,,, .. _
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s Lash against the window pane, MRUU1TTSupt. Psblie, Infttroetiod -T !
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Ana,repeat the low refrain: COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Columns 'Of"c Ocean i

-!lush, niy, darling. lullaby" \.W. flTTa.t.hairmau.__.> lake worth ..., .' Steamship Company

d. W. LAINIIAUT. .Palm Heart. c
And tha wares upon the shore W. j. hll ? "SAVANNAH LINE.
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the more, ,
BlOf baby's once
. sons weather It R McDONALD ........_?..??._?.? (Hue ) '
Mind and and .
and rain wave W.\'. kUSHING.??..?.................... ?NeptqneComniisitiiineM .
Sing the baby's song together.BOOMERANGS. -: *
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wed in regular simoiou. OB Florida
the ant Monday in each month.

I KENNEL PARTLY FINISHED. FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. THECLAIH- To New York.. And Boston.A .

Ing a floor 34 inches long and 22 Inch IKaiEU PKOtl nibs CUl'kTT.B .
: M.w 4. Maka :Them aa4 H.w U 'TWr.w wtc'e. Boards with matched B N. I....ICIt. Palm Rt ch.M..S nator .< ,

-4. n.... should be used, and und. the floobottrdii i P. 8. MORSE, M lIIII...__ .R"presentaticCOIN1Y ." t Short Rail Ride to Savannah, Thence <

boomerangs are of tW3 ")nd -re nail' three battens ac ws, one a' SCHOOL BOARD. A Short Sea <
turning and non-returning. The first 'each end and one at the ml !"le. The st. Voyage. _

U called Invariably the .Australia battens be may be 2 by 3 will inches stand an. zT.MERRITT.SDrEaiMTBMUEHT!: .....OP.?.1 fCBHC_.._?....INSTIDCTIOM.>LewouChyaCNaaR. Sailing from Savannah: ,
t boomerang, because It originated a should placed so they I: TROPIflAL'I
or IH-liVUI. (WARD. .. 5 ,
4 awns the natives of Australia and i* lIlt nes high to keep the bottom of tb t Ships Each Week 6 -
J.V JAl'K bairaian.Co uiDutnro
>ON.t '<
s Uw almost exclusively by them at thE kenel free from the ground B K.B.KING?_... .... ???....... .... ..JupiteiA. 5.AU
wld .. _
lake front and back 22 !li-ctes
Ararat day_ 11GARN'IT.' -........._-.....--._Hyl.oluao. : ticket agents' ana hotels are supplied with salting schedule Write for
i. Travellers assert that a native wll 2'f Inches high at the sides end 33 In gta. r

l:' leave pis,home In the morning armed ebs high at the middle or ptak, ane ... eral information sailing schedules stateroom reservation or call onE
! with of return'ng boom attach the boards together with batens -- .B. HIXTON 1
r. only a couple ,Traffic Manager, WAITER HAWKINS, Fla. Pas Agt..
' etatgs,. and will come back at night as shown in figure 1. which is I SUN Savannah. Ga.
carrying a Urge number of Mids killed constructional drawing. Attach then: State Jacksonville Fla. 6-10-93 'I
to the front and rear end of the floor Directory. 1
I'I with these strange weapons. f
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,,':!h stout nails and brace ".,>.; .r
I teem
The boomerang that comes not back apart Do You Want a !
ditttn little from the ordinary club. ItI at the top with a ridge poly 2 or 3 In EXECUTIVE ., .
rowerer to the 11I.an. and 34 Inches long'ltb DEJARTjl4'ir.w. STEAMBOAr- '
I U.oriel by the, native preferred Australian.to-day '\ boards 3U inches long form th4 D. BLOXIUM.......'..... .,. .. Governor We have them to Sell and U WI' havenoneouhandtosuitwecanbuild ,

boomerang sides: as shown in figure 1, and final, JM). L. CUAWFOUD..m..SecreUry ot State t
to hand at what weal
I If yon care try your Jubt ton <
roo/ the kennel with boards placed at WM. B.; KKYNUU'S.: ........Comptroller i ij
&; It will be will to make
throwing
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JAMES B. "UITFIBID Treasure
shown in the illustration Here wll
tt'iin as they are expensive weapon be a projection forming so about WM.IS.LAyAR...:..........AUoruey GeneralW. We are, alno Preparwl !
I to and be broken before eaves .;.- .
I. try may pro- ihrnes all around.At .N.SU EATS: _.?,Sui t. ublie Instruction .' To Furnish .
Is '" I
ttncy acquired.The L.WOMRWKLU.. .. ...Coiu.Agriculture
the front of the box ?
boomerang is formed eta bent nw the to{ .
tick side rounded, the other flat cm tour holes with a large bit and con PATRICK UOUbTON_ .N Adjutant General !
; one ........ \; Outfits for
fleet them W H.MILTONjR. Surveyor-General '. '. Pumping Irrigation.
J' I; U necessary to choose a very hard by sawing a slit with a compass .
Office at Tallahassee Florida.U.
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.. or keyhole saw. Thiwl's be valuable :
b s ng and heavy wood and the. best Itls Ths.
i clap is to fut a> piece from a natural. as a ventilator, and '.t would U S. SENATORS .

btlul or root of a .tree: and tj let the J. R. TALJAFERKO.._._. ._.Jacksoovlll. Write or call on ns for Anything in

,,'" e rte of the boomerang follow the. s-a.MALLOaL...n ...... _l'ell..eoIaU. Our Line that you need.

I 111m of the wood. II | S. CONGRESSAJEN.ROBT. .

I :f': Titty, differ: in length from 1 Inchei w. DAVIS............ .....?_ .. PalatkaS. Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co.

to S'% feet and In breadth from i U.SPAKKMAN ..... ....... ........ Tampa ,
Juries to 3 Inches. They should be "

about three-etghts of an Inch JhickUnilog SUPREME COURT, ]lIlJGES.M. JACKSONVILLE FLA.Jacksonville .

toward the ends, wbich maybe u. MABUY..............,... ChitfJustice 4ETAdvertig: .

I either round or pointed while the F. B..CAIlT &........... .Awiciate Justice 12-2.-98. p RIPlI.IETOa
et! ..must be sharpened all round. Out : = R. } TAYLUlt...._........ .. "'. "", '." -, Marine Railways

t de, njuat.be convex the other flat thet R. R. COMMISSIONERS : .

MhyrVIuarr of the edge alonj the ton- H.E. DAY, Chairman ?..?....... ......Gainesville .

I rpslly of the curve .varying In dtftetwlt r: J. L MORGAN ..???..?.?.?._.....?.Ja-per .; Established 1875.
boomerangs. Whey thrown! the M BRYAN.K1.slmmee
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travels forward tor some .
; U>ouu nuig .
L NEELEY eterk.Arcadia
JOHN Ja.
t aid then generally reinnu 5 Boars
dlrtangeaud, Headquarters and offices of the Buard at Tab William A. & Co.
..' In an ellipse to within a few lahassee. : ,
paces of the thrower. If tht\ boomeraig .
strikes IU mark It fajn to 'the NEAT DOG KENNELwill
ground. II Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers..

In throwing. must be grasped atone to cut two or there small holes lathe .

f end stretched back behind the back boards as well '
c ,I' General Directory No. 6 EAST BAY STREET = Fix
Luulder and then brought rapidly forward A few coats of paint will finish the t : JACKSONVILLE
exterior of this kennel,'wh.-'! on coin ; ,
above the head the inside facing .' > .
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,. pl--on should prove a very :ccceptabh- CGENOAR.Sereat6 ,
direction in which it Is thrown. It flEDJIIJ,1 .
thi In addition to a boy's possessions as wellat COURT We handle only the Best and most Uuliaule Seed*. A(x>u |<)lcle Stock o(
the air
uuy Iw hurled upward or
house for the ( Circuit.)
downward so as to.strike the ground a dog.
louii distance trove the thrower. In M.8. JONES .............. ....... Circuit Jailer .,. Hay, Corn, Oats,. Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits,

More Ilallday Than School Day J. D. REuG5....???... State' At\Orlle\ <
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it flies with Meal
f tut first case, a rotary mutton Cotton Seed Meal Both Bright and Dark.
Its shape would Indicate and The small boy who has to go to SPRINt TERM. ,

aftei ascending a great height It suddenly 1I'hoolln the United States looks upon OIlCNlII l County... 1st Monday in March. s -'AT WIIOLESALF.stateAgentsfoTTygertAllen -
returns.In.. elliptical line.to aspot the small boy who has to go U school Orange il. .
I _
-near Its starting point ui- Fraut'e with someuuug 01- the euvjr Lak: v lth"n_ 'Jf'Any2WEEKLY Fertilizer: Co. Wf,
I with which Lazarus may ouvr looked YiaBretard M 1 April. T&

upon Dives.. It is the question of holidays Uh.' ... Star Brand .Fertilizer(.iuarnutfd inKt.U.... Orange Ire- and Yrgrtable VrrlllUT. P4a
Am. Apparent luipuMlbilitjr.Oivt '. ;roun-l l Bone.Nitrate s o Is. Muriate of roia.hu jphat I'trtu".li.ault.etc. Tlw> tar
Dade lot after 4tb MOD
ape.of the children i 'piece of which constitutes the differencein Monday lillzeni; have no Super tor in the Market And a trial will cnavmce
PAPt!. IB the center of which Is a round favor of the lad who attends a public day in April Send for Catalogue Free- I-teal.
school of Instruction in the French FALL TERM
Lobs about tbu sire of a 1It"lIlY. Also
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give him half a dollar and rcjuest him Republic. The school boys of France Obceola County,1st Monday in.. October -
to .alii It through the hole In tile paper have more holidays than workdays in Orange u :*01 "
t the and in that fact lies the Lake UU II01111111 Florida East Coast
grievance
lie will give you a lni>k of sur- year Ry.TIME
to "
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.,MI und claim that it can't be done. of the American youngster. Theavtrage Nov. PAPER .
boy. be he a native of \merIta' Brerard Ilk M tt .
however Insist that it can, and
you TABLE XO. 20. IX EFFECT APRIL H, tee
child of Tlmbuctoo, is let Monday after the 4th MOIl-
or a more
furthermore you set about to prove. it 1._ I.. .. day in. November.. __ _
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fund of a Uoliday thou ue is of a WOrl>
to him. SOUTH BOUND (Read Downt. NORTH BOUND Read D>). i
day theorists and moralists t.. the con GO VT SIGNAL SERVICE DEP1.

notwithstanding. And the ..__.. fSJolsE .,.. "" 1 So iii.
trary more J.W.CRuNK observer ,0 '''
luJidays he has the better tetras he ia InletGOVT 1 /, BTATIOX3."TO iMil)1 DUll
observatory at.Jupiter h i i8a3

H 'i on with himself and all the world. LIGHT HOUSE SERVICE. 6 > Leave.... ...................Jacl..wovine..Arrvn Tj W'li4i ,
d fTh Two hundred and six holidays in the In" The )p 10 bArn'! .................... ...M.Augustine.......................LeaveSp ..e"iplOtiiLeave '
EJ. { Utrht House at Jupiter Inlet. < ....................:..St.Angvutme,....................... CL alas
year, as against 159; school days! JAMES A. ARMOUR..:..... ._..__Kemr ilupltloat, .. ....... .. .... ........ ..Ba.tmgs. ........................Lea 55.! I9..

I That's the record of public instruction J.A. WKLUS. .... ... _._.. bt Asuiauat 1IOp 1l&alrrive' .....__ ._._. ..._. ._._ faa.ks. ... ... ............... Leave 3Wuro11Ua'Leave. 11_
: In trance. To begin with, there U the BENJ. t1'ELLS. M AMi lanl 40- ..... ......... ..,... r-a-atka................. ......... Arrtytl a t0i. Ei2'

regular midsummer holiday which L1WIJ Arrive..... .. .. ., .. .......bail Mateu: ... .. .. ........ ....Ltat'f 'IIN m
covers a period of sixty-four days. U. A. LAND OFFICE. .T!!- Leave.,.......... ......... ...ban-Mateo............. ...... ..Arrt..t 12.-
.That's pretty good for a starter. Then H. S.CHUBB?........ .__._ _?.Reglnleraineavillp. Tlip 11.-.*.. Leave...................... Ea.t P&stka..L.! ..'" i ii o t .Wa
there are the Sundays. They pre holidays om..... at I'Innda. TJUp ........................... and........................... '\lull'
of course everywhere hut SATET QfFLOIIIDLI Tl-1'p lU"1 ............-......... Dn tuna "....................... flip
rt they Tilp lisp, ...h..................,.Port OrIlJ\lIl.; .................. ... all 1016
count an additional fifty-two days. I .......................,..NeSnirra ..................... iaa: tauIasp
Then ten days are allowed fo' the proper t 5p\\ ...................... Oak Hill ..................... .. a 61, > tea .J
,. 11 Slip t5.Pi ..........................Tttu.vt.le. ..._................... : ,,,a. D.a'8a4
celebration of Christmas Hud New ... .. ; : ........................_Ci'l P..mt.......................... Ixq. .... .
Year's. To be thoroughly observant ...... 1154p ............................Cw.'on ............................ .. ItIt ..... '
of the great feast of Eastertide fifteen ...... 5;R!p ......................... RockI) ::a ........,................ 00 I gi
S S S I S 'a a t.s a a a ,..,.. '001I ......................... EaaGaliiflMelbourne. ....................... 't&a..Na..
days are Riven. Thursdays are holidays ..... 41tlp ...... .. ................. ........ ... .......... vie <. ......
y and that means fifty-two more ...... 45ip ........................._KoHeandfrlntitiaa! ......................... Ifttr: ....
; of labor. AU Saints' In ...... Ii01P: .. .......................... ......................... 11W .. w'p
days no comes ...... "' .........................St. Lucia......................... 00 Ii (a. ......
I for three days' holiday 8t Charlemagne ...... 115p! : ........................Fort Pierce........................ ilia ,.....
r. &SINO OOIM TBEOCOH THE BOLLNo. two days Whitsuntide three ...... o ......................... .. Eden .......................... 101la ......
: 1 U the piece of paper, now. days and three days to mss ...... .. ........................... JrneaMUATt ........................... I o l'b ......
merrywhen ...... 41P\PI\ It ...... .. ............. ......... ............... JUV:.. ....
folded as seen at No. 2. with the cola the pational fete In July rolls First-Glass AdvertisingRate ...... 7: .......................Hobet-oaod....................... II.... :...
between Its folds. Crease at each side round. The rest of the year the chldrtn ...... : It ................... ...West Jupiter........................ 00 .sa .....
teen la Nu. 3. Take hold of tie paperwilD are supposed to Study.Cat ....... 8 Up8SD; It .....................Went Palm Beach.................... I4aa ......
M band each side of coin No. 4 ...... .". .......................... Bovnlon ........... ............... ".. tl T.a .....
one ... DeiraLauderdale. Is ..
.ItIS gradually push the coin out What That Smoke a I'tpe. _.... I IISp P .......... ............Fort ................... i '.....
In and .....10ip: It .... ............ ... Lemon City ....................... '1:s :.....
baa l* accuuiplished folding The adaptability of the cat to hU Job PrintingAt Sheet ...... leap Arrive ..........................Miami..._........ ... '.... ... It ...... ...
t'fe.4elug the paper was to elongate the surroundings is illustrated In the case JfiKTWfcEX
bole that It would lecome a NEW S1IYttX.ASH ORANGE CRY JUNCTION
round w of handsome feline who
a young) strAY.
slot. instead of a round opening. ... ... Ko. SNo 11 STATIONS ,111I'0: &
lout oue storm night the home of -
pu m
s -- ) !ro-I IL. .. . .. .Ar'lli.; .
.y.1ewmyrna. .. ........
William Thompson of Glenwood Penn 4U( pllZl&l" .. Lake Reen.................. ....... .L. Ulvp' 45:.,
A G..4 Natared Etuprrer.The lie has learned to smoke cigara and to the Son Office. 'l.plllS'ta'' ...... ...... ........ .Oraaze Oty ......................... .. tlttap 4anf
Emperor of Austria was paying drink beer. llI&5&Ar' ...._ .. .. .. OraDltet.1.yJWlctloa........ .......... "11.4as_ 2
Will be Sent Ap-
E a surprise visit to the cadet college lathe Mr. Thompson first observed that on AU trains between New Smyrna and Oranze: City Junctluabwexceptdwilay'KEY

Neufttadt of Vienna w'ten lie entered the cat manifested a strange liking for
a classroom and there sat an interested tobacco smoke. While enjoying hU WEST AND HAVANA.

and sympathetic onlooker. after-dinner cigar It was Mr Thomp TH steamers of the Florida East Coat Steam.hip Company are appuiatfd to nil a.W".t

Suddenly his eye fell on hli plumed son's habit to blow the smoke at the .. hulU M %uii, HJO p. nv.Tueslaj* and Frul.iya. ArriT* kTf
brtniet which be had left reposing on cat. Puss didn't seem to mind it a plication. Jaau.W City uf Writ 1JO: p. In. Wednesdays suit :S.tnrdays Train Si CGC1MCte
s bench In front of the head boy In the bit. in fact, he found a certain delight
class. Then he noted that the boy had i in it .... ,., : mid front Din KyWrit Ct. Fruni Key W st 3:30 p. m. Wednesday and Saturdays Arri*
plucked nut ft green feather and was One night. Just for ,a Joke, ilr. Miami 5:30: : .m. Tburalay-tun-l Wanda coponctix ..with t rat*74. "
handing It around as a gratuitous memento Thompson put his cigar in the cat's -s blramah.p MFrom Midinu i .. m. Mondays and TLuradaya. ArriV* Kif Ht
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moug bill schoolfellows. mouth. Much to his astonishment the a. rust w sad West i p. m. Mondays ana Thursday.. Leave Key West 0 p. ..
i. from Havana same days Arrive Havana 8 a. m. Toe .iay' .i.J Vrid ya i a.
The >Emperor' was merciful and cat wit up on. his hind legs and puffed touching *lK From Havana iwuiicj direct for MiamL 11 a. to. Tu<>.dsyt !.
:' merely said: "Wy young friends. If war complacently. lIe was thorough. 'y Writ and Fridays Arrive Miami 5 a. m. Wednesday and Satnrdays, .
you want to fob me of my f feathers I ly happyHis teeth, however being H. S. MEADOR, 2I..uthb.uud. connecting with train i$. j

would sooner give theui. to you myseif. M sharp cut through the wrapper, and These Time Tames show the llmtH at which trains and boatu may be ejtpected to arnn fta4iepart
for the next cigar Mr Thompson provided from the several statioiu and ports but their amval or dVuirtar* at the.tleiis 1gra.4egtteatwa .
Tbervnpon.. amid the enthusiastic a wooden clgllrboldervhich U BARBER stated guaranteed therefrom.,nor due the Company hold itself respo&4ble for any dly of o&. '
arWlt.i H
applause ot the boys he sui e,5 his attiufi now used every time the cat has a Shop ou lUojran Klrevt ucit door '0'lllddl'1I I Fur cop,of Ioeal time cars all at 2* West Bay Street,Jaduonvilk.or addreea. ;
to his word lIe returned from .inoke. Then the cat learned to smoke \\ Market. \ J.P.BlCItWlTH. ffloMu&
.. the csdet examination with "plucked" a pie. Puss took to It qui> u naturally I Patronage of my friruda respectfully solicited, t I' i I ifi ... Sv Augustine I "
12pr ued.plalol7 ia 1111,uwltiu; crest As he did to the cigar. S-lS-99 j'r

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gold- from ivory from fsidia. --

Assyrian artists wrought in metal and J. C. Harris, chairman ; Miss Lulu An. FUN AND FACTS, y

1t .1 .wood and a skillful Tyrian supervised INDEPENDENCE DAY. gevine; Miss Vesta Willson, Miss An. -i

the making of the temple's lavish and '. thony, Mrs. S. T>..Paine, Mrs. Sackett. -- -- .
of Committee on Public DecorationsCarl Witty Sayings' IstatftnoAWASTED ..
gorgeous decorations. The altar was
Schrebnick. chairman ; Mrs. Deck.er Buaintu "'Jnfll" '
pure gold, and the whole house overlaid
Miss May Metcalf Geo L. Branninjr ...-
with "pure gold. It took over seven e
How \Vest Palm Beach Will Celebrate C. W Idner, H. C. Hood. deli rfsl
years in building. The dedication of -300 Cypress pods
AN'f Athletic Contests and Land
the temple was conducted on the most Sports at West Palm Beach Immediately. Hire,
-Ernest Allen, chairman ; Geo. W. 25 feet in to* inch top. Apply
!! : magnificent scale in the presence of an to Geo. S.1e'e'-4: :
Potter, John B. Beach. Frank B. Everett _
immense congregation. Christ sent His Our Great National Holiday. Thos. J. Gri*r. T. T. Reese, Paul C.
believe
W tta-1'bt> doo't
disciples to carry the good tidings ofsalvation Jones, Max Sirkin, Porter Lansing,W. H. a you

to the world. The conversionof ( '. Sanders.Committee. that the man who often the bribt.

J the world depends on the Church of on Aquatic Sports-E. H. aa bad 1111 the man who tab it?
Dimick, chairman N. S. Burnham. A.
Christ with God. ; PntiM-Of tours not. The briber A
; co-operating B. Otwell. Will Whidden J. T. DeJterry.
Music Athletic Contests
') The next thought is, where is the Oratiops, ; Aquatic Sports, I Committee on Bicycle Races-Beu baa plenty of moMj.-IixJJaoapoUi

;> kingdom of God to come. Not on some Potter[ chairman ; A. L. Haugh, R. W. Journal.

;\ I IM tt distant sphere in space but right downon Bicycle Races-A Day Full of Fun Whitehurst J. C. Lauther. Frank Idner. f
Pinto for
V Committee on Fireworks L. W. SQUARE sale at I targaii.
a' oi this old earth of ours ; this earth Instrument ia condition. Inquire at
ont
Burkhardt chairman ; E. M. Brel i
f that God gave tc His children for a poa Frolic and Entertainment. J. F. Oliver. W. G. DeBerry, L. A. SUM OFPICIC, ... 5iWyoung
session ; this earth that Christ His .Son :' ,i' _, Willson. Ben Doster. O. W. Weybrecht. -- -

came to redeem, where He lived for J. W. Mnllikin A. T. Rose. J. N. Clark. Utlu.\- tiuhirax has I

Committee on Dance-S. II. Happer- tukeu H .,if... What vita hrf rnai&a. .
thirty-three years, where he died and sett, chairman ; Mrs. F. B Everett,
ascended from to Heaven. The kingdom Mrs. I. Metcalf. Mrs M. E.Gruber. flown?
I Guy
i I N STS Lis is to come here. Magnificent. Display of Fireworks and a Grand Ball at Night-Cash Frank B. Everett H. B. Saunders W. Jirfix-Hor mAi.Lon i aim awma to

I 4' to tioiUruX
1! Nothing so demoralizes the Church of marry UK
I Prizes for the Victors in Each and Every Contest Race and
.
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I Christ as the want of faith on the part of ...1.- ._' proved l an unusually good shot for a

t SERMON OF KEY. B.: U. PAINE Its members. There are too many Sport-No Entrance Fee Charged to Any. Event-Low Suggestions for.Machine. Sewers. ''Hotnau.Ph ila! fIpIph Iii Revwd.

.. croakers in the Church: and on the oiit.
When there is large amountof Boat building done right at boot, I*
a very
side find Railroad Rates From All Points Between
of the Church that are always
j At the Was alai UoBgrrcfctiunal Chareh, fine stitching to be done on the1 ma- the nws4 approved sooner good work
t gnnday Hvrnlng, ..... a3, 18t1.f ing fault and doing nothing to help the mansbip and at living prku: Call e*
chine

Fort Pierce and Miami. when a goodly pile of sheets I
cause nf Christ. in the. vnrM.don't They Caps A. T. Rose."Can
1 I-- -- -- -- -- ----- table linen, white frocks tucking and ::.r-o-=_ ': :::= ':"'-'__ ____ _

"Thy kingdom come. Thy will be lift one ounce of weight They ruffling bas accumulated then l let the 1 Mp )ou to anythisg?"
done in earth u it (ia ia heaven."-Matthew are in the rear when the fight takes
asked hClUrder So 6.
house sewer select a day of damp, moist
fie 4. place, eating their rations. They are in The General Committee in charge of that the most perfect order and decorum 1
The Old Testament furnishes ns with the don't to atmosphere, or even one of rain, for her MYeF, ivplittl; tin ...MHrciUHer, the
They come
hospital.
up the Fourth of July celebration announced will prevail. The best hall in town has task, secure that she will be able to runoff foot of the table. "You might gir
some sublime and magnificent conceptions the help of the Lord. They croak and
Palm have been secured and is
to the place at West Beach every preparation one long seam after another without
clew tit this! bo..b.I'bU.W.pbia
area
of God. One of the most sublime that is all they do. -
arranged the outline( oj the d y.'s/ pro being made to have this, the last feature any of that snapping of the thread at
sentences in the Bible is : "And God There are some of us, and we belongto North American.
gramme, and'below; given.a list of iu the program an unquestioned success the same time so trying to the patience
said 'Let there be !t' and there old Saxon that L
light was the grand Anglo race .
B. iiafrre.r
far positively baa b
event and features as 'as LOW RAILROAD BATES.That and so injurious to the appearance of amvrt aw) wilt *
light The prophet tell us that God is have a conviction deep down in our found Wt
.. decided upon up to date. the Committee on Rates and the work. at :)latent s MwkUM nay
./ f clothed with majesty and glory ; that He souls that Jesus Christ came to establish and Hill Jo..11 ktiohui rcp4rlagCniss,
Other features of interest and enter. Transportation have been actively at For. as with the lace makers, who are ,
Pistols. Bicycle. tacks al kia4
mountains in scales that earth' that this i my
the God
of
f weigh ; the kingdom on ;
tainment may be added later,for it is the work may te seen by the following low obliged to work in damp rooms lest the of iron work. Cluur: ball U* ails.u341..
h i bow before Him and cherubim world Him and the de ldon't
angel. belongs to ,
.
the various departments schedule of secured for the
purpose of those having rates occasion delicate threads they weave break .
L and Him that the inch of it God may
I eraphim worship ; own a square ; that l
in hand to by the of the officials of the
provide Justus courtesy and spoil the precious web the moist air "
j angels veil their faces and chant His has given it to His sons and daughters. "Itauemlwr aaU UN good a&B,
>> many events as can be crowded into the F. E. C. Ry. This item alone will insure of the rainy day renders the thread of

I I purity. The people are rising from the farthest day.. This___ town has-_ never__ .n made____ a_ failure a large crowd__ u of n visitors to join the machine ctiwrtl A and e lactic and "that there. are senoon.In atoa*." i
I There is no phenomenon in nature so end of this great Republic to the farthest '""I'Y." "Not in tlMiw that y.au... a galt .t
of any celebration it has undertaken, with West Palm Beach on July Fourthin better able to bear any tension without I
awful u a thunder-storm. Almost every extent of Asia to Comprehension of with our Uk," wind th eysir :
and this year an effort will be made to celebrating this the notable U y of breaking.It > *
l poet, from Homer and Virgil downto the blessed fact that this earth was re anti the
eclipse all former efforts. The following our National Independence. would really be a saving of time argument was bmvNtriijr at

Dante and Milton has described it. deemed by Christ and we are going to embrace the leading features, as faras PASSENGER DEP'T. F. E. C. Rv., ) and temper if the house sewer would an ewl. lluciniMti l>uaJ *ltiNt>

David the shepherd king and minstrel reproduce on this earth a type of God's positively arranged. St. Augustine Fla.,June 17, '99. f lay aside such work for suitable weathera Tribune.

monarch, describes God in the storm. spiritual kingdom in the heavens that a To All Agents and Conductors: 1
Cash PfUe day in summer when the warm air
"The. voice of the Lord ia on the sea. justice and mercy and kindness and For Fourth of July celebration at No need sending away bem hose far

t, Tile fcod of glory thundereth. The pitifnlnrss must be the currency from AQUATIC SPORTS. West Palm Beach the following arrangements is saturated with moisture or one in any boats when CtpL A. T. .... CM
have been made and ticketsmay winter when fog and thaw render exercise build you oae as fine ur w chc9 as tawwant.
.voice'of the Lord iI powerful. The one man to another. The old idea of Yacht Race-. 1St prize fo ob be sold accordingly : out of doors unpleasant for thtn &'Iliia. lad tiUct yen .4r.

voice of the Lord is full of majesty. the kingdom of heaven was, "It is very 2d prize, ooo -
the thread
machine is
ofthe
sewing on
The voice of the Lord breaketh the distant you reach it through the portals Matches.;' RUES TO WEST PALM BEACH. Thy Inrxptrienced-ll nap he eu
; Swimming Ft. Fierce.?. ._.................. ?_ ??_ il..;; its best behavior.A .
cedars ; yea, the Lord breaketh the of the grave ; you must die first. We (Men) 1st prize, $3.00 W bite(.Uy........_.........._....... __......... 1.63 current of air or the breeze from the hardly rmtraU bimwif. true fall c

cedar of Lebanon. He maketh them want some of it before we die. We shall 2d prize, i.oo North Ankona............ ?.? ??.._.......?. 1.60 window will the thread to down and worshiping bf.
cause
: t to skip lilt a calf, Lebanon and Sirion bequeath this fight to our children and (Boys) ist prize 2.00 ADko&_...__............._......_..._.. 155: open. I The Itt t4cJ-Ten Bin not tortes

r-- like unicorn. The voice of the to children's children, if needs be, Tlbbala ............................ .......... 1.44 break, even though the barometer u
a young our id prize, 1.00 Eileu.?....?....?...................?....?..........? 1.40 below "change" and the little color iu>rfuu ; .he1ltbro kia down soup
k Lord divideth the flame of fire, etc. but the kingdom will as surely come, Row Boat Race. Rlu tOB._......._ ............_ ........_ .._. 1.35 barometer has gone from blue to violet ; IIUOUKb.-I'uck.

t These conceptions of God though as the Lori God Jehovah promised it. lit prize, $3.00 Cbetolah...__?._._........?_ ._ 1.so neither should the machine stand near _. --

l I. grand, are cold and distant. We want Every man like old Peter' Cooper ; sd prize' i.oo I..Jenntn.......... ............... .................... 1.30 A number of citbcu bite alreadygins

paternal God, one that can listen 'to that builds! an in-titution to educate the : Wa"a...?..............._ ....._..__-.... 1.20 the fire or the radiator. their orders far the O.urt Aa1-
,
its Bateau Race- Stuart.... ............. ..................... l.'O There are a few common sense point flue Cat Machine and UM face .
far sorrows and complaints and give masses; every banker! like Peabody, (without oars) 1st prue,:$a.oo Alk-Ja_.._.._..................... .._....... 1.00 that may be told without waiting to cuts! quite a bur app .

t help. Wv are sinners, and want a God that builds lodging-houses for the work. 2d prize: I.oo OOl/lel..._ ._.... ....... ............................. tli learn experieace. For instance invited to call aaa aspect the H.ht< en
by :
t' who will abundantly pardon. us when logmen and leaves his money to educate Greased Pole- Hobe SouuJ ........._........__._.._. ._.. 70 you the 4th. Mr. llaiia, the m.Mgtrt gift)
to Him. the illiterates of this \Vwt Jupiter......................................... 50 can stitch more evenly ou the right of be pleased to expUii IU Muuiy k4-.

we come God of the New Tes. : ...,country:_\.1_';':'_every O\.nO.. (. whites- _) $2.on llh'ler! *?..?.?....?-........_...............?..... 20 the presser foot, with the bulk of the vantages. :..
We tome to the nkministers Floreuce ,
woman : : : wyuiiugaic: i ai ('colored.2.00. Lao taDL......................._....................... 23 material lying to the leftthan the other -What'n the \ .
f tament.. We tee the heavens open ; to the sick and wounded on .?J., BiQYCUS Vt< RACES.Five llpoluxo.._...........__....................._.._ 23 'way. When you are stitching: a seam, matter with yourusktd

I listen to the choins of the angel on the the battlefield ; every man like John Mile (Men- Boynton._..... _......_ .__._..._-... GO bias and the friend.

.i plains of Bethlehem. We see an infant Pounds the crippled shoemaker of Delray__._.._..._ _._......_._......_ 50 the with bias one side piece next one the feed-that "1 uaTB't the "feaattdaitettereU
lit pr e'to.oo2d B.coflatone.. ..._..._..._..._........._ 50 come
of Jewish maiden. Seeiliin that organized ragged is be on'the under side. When the the lnr &l.dytin.
in the arms a Portsmouth prize, 5.00 PeerlMd............ ........................_.._... GO veryejnL-nl "Threat.
t to manhood. He commences school,; every woman that works with One Mile (Boys- Pumpano_ ....._.._.....__ ..._ __....1.00 bias, or cross-way. side is to it the machine genus a JEOIDII to operate sot appea

i Ilia Mission ; performs His first miracle needle or gives her mite to the cause of 1St prize $3.00 I PrultJ'\'lllll......... ........... ......-........_.. 1.00 "feeds"is toward all right.it there But will if be the a ."-Washington 8Ur.Goiig .

I j in Cam of Galilee. He is no recluse ; God and humanity; every person that 2d Ft. Laoilerdale.Danla. ................_..................._ 1.00 straight edge .
heal the sick does deedor 4 prize, t.ooOneEighth ........_..._........_..._.._.._.......... 1.00 pucker. to trim wheel t B....
i t>o ascetic. He opens I'says a kind word or a kind Mile (Men) 3.00 UnllandaleOJUH. .......___._........._......._. 1.00 Keep your machine: well oiled and some hue of Feank of J.ly rtWtlU atJiro

j i the eyes of the blind, stops the funeral offers an earnest prayer to God is (Boys) 1.00 .......... ..............................._........ 1.00 use it evenly and kindly.-Harper's Moffatt'a.

t ion and raises the widow's about the .. .. ........_.......... Bazar. -
ptocsi son. helping to bring glorious One Mile (Men- KulforJ.......... ...._. .._ .. 1.00 .
-- "You y"
4He weeps at the tomb of Lazarus; dies period,that Christ teaches us to pray Arch Creek _......................._.._....__ 1.00 married 11M fur _.'
rues the third and 1st prize, 4.00 Bliieayue......._..._._...._ __._.__ 1.00 Watterson A Reminiscence. "What of itt YOII aurrW wt fur
death on day, for Thy
a vicarious ; "Thy kingdom come, 3d prize i.oo little rover....._._....._..._ ._........ 1.00 .-M-- "
tells His disciple to offer pardon first to will be done in earth as it is done in my Lwioty.
ATHLETIC CO TlSTS. Lemon city..1.00 There was a time when Henry Walter
the city where they crucified Him and Heaven." .. Bueua vista ........_ ..._ .......__.__ 1.00 ""Well both M"urilJN( hurt slept.cbited ,
t .4'ien all the world and tell the .- Foot Race (Meta. ) looyardsist Miami_...?....._.._........._._.......__ 1.tlO son was brilliant and entertaining. He "-Ufe.
go to Decorate 1 Decorate I 11 I
prize, $3.00 had the gift of word and the art of ,
that God don't hate the world. From Ft. Pierce and intermediate -- -
people The Honest Profit fiance has laid in a ad prize 1.00 I I I points to West Palm Beach tickets maybe grouping and the genius of illustration. Choice Mutton. Pork. Betf uJ ......
tmty so loved it that He gave His only. splendid supply of holiday bunting, try at the City Market Prompt...
; (Boys) 1St prize, zoo s.ld for train 35 of July yd limited Nearly always wrong he was not the
begotten Son, that whosoever believeth flags and furnishings that our people Courteous TreatutBt of our trio nits
3d prize 1.00 to return until train 78 of the 5th. less pleasing. He was the bead of the
; on Him should not perish, but havei may all be enabled to decorate their From Miami ant intermediate points Is our Market Motto
Three-Legged Race- $2.00 But or dis&a-
literary campaign. ,
i life. business houses and homes in a manner tickets be sold for train 78 of July age( -
may
everlasting worthy of the great celebration next Standing Broad Jump- 4th limited to return on train 35 or 209 pointment, or sin, or some unfathomable MaJgv-IU atidr kiM front...
of God the "
'That i iI the conception Tuesday. Call at Schrebuick's: Honest ..: lit prize, $2.00 of July 4th. nemesis, has laid heavy hands upon y"btol-Wf'U. that .M only |MitMadpU

,! world needs. Christ is the manifestation Profit House and engage your supply of 2d prize,' i.oo Tickets at rate one tare for the round him. He maunders and moans and Illfl't'h1.

of God. All that we can know of decorations. Obstacle Race- $2.00 trip, as authorized in circular 99-2412, scraps and scolds and berates-he would .a...''-It *.. grand
God i in the Lord Jesus Christ He -- account Fourth of July may be sold to
*
Leas Watermelon Contest (colored $2.00 abuse but for lack of stroangth-he
visible manifestation of the More Honey and ) West Palm Beach from points not shown rnokltn Life.
was 'the Shoe Race (colored) $2.00 above, tickets to be sold July 2, 3 and would rant if he had the force. -

r Invisible God. The text is part of that Representative Champ Clark of Missouri Wheelbarrow Race (colored) $2.00 4, limited to July 7th, to return, as wellas He has been wrecked by regular and I Place your orders la kdvuct with the
Christ shown when City Market for your Fwttth of Jar Ty
composed by above
for wonderful of prayer His The king- says that nearly the entire theory Boxing Match (colo-e4): ) $10.00 from desire points tickets with longer limit thanis parties frequent attendance upon political: I dinner. Prepare to eaUrUi th via
the ace disciples. of the financial conduct Dobbins funerals wherat there and itur. tot tabki
Democracy as to Slippery $2.00 granted on tickets sold at the special: was no corpse by providing your
toot{ of God that Christ asks us to pray of the be condensedinto that mental reaction which
government may SPECIAL PRIZES.Most rates shown above. : by strange
the establishment of His Church: or Blinkl're-flow! dkl. such an Igoramua
for is
the short phrase, "More Money and Handsomely Decorated I J. P. BECKWITH J. D. RAUNER, remains unexplainable he is now tied to a
this earth. It right.eonssesa a* I>r. de hlwrpp'
came on means Less Taxes.!' Champ Clark is right Wheel -' $2.00 Traffic Manager. A. G. P. A. corpse for which there will be no funeral. pisath a

truth, Godlikeness mercy: There is more than that in the Chicago Most ..Grotesque Costume I Special Notes. The national democratic party the large pnictlc auon tbKlinktr .It..t.

charity, supreme love to God and tote platform on the subject of finance but Awheel;-$ ": $aoo Palmer Buckner memory, is cast out by I''uvl"1

f to man. not very much more. The Chicago plat- qjutio>s AJko MUSIC | Parties wishing( to participate in any all men except himself. and he-pitifully -\\1ae.eft'f) a btilknuiir'

t The question arises, why has it not form declares for an income tax The ." .1'" of the bicycle: races should make their unconscious that it is a carcass: -is nursing gets sit i 'k, b* tell lurtn. ,it'a flUID otif*

i: come before this God takes time to proposition is : More money and less Thecommittee in charge: of this fea- entries at A. L. Haugh's bicycle shop it in the vain delusioa that it may work.-New York "ettU,.

carry out His purposes on earth. It taxes ; taxes to be levied upon surplus ture have arranged orations by talent before noon of the Fourth; rules and yet show life.-Tampa Herald. -- -

+ took 4,000 years for the fulfillment of wealth instead of the needs of the torn this and other towns. The children information regarding the races can be ..- Visit Mra. Moffittt't fruit ewtturClcoutu oe
tb that the Christ should come. upon of the town will participate in songs Speaking of Shoo Av*." seat T.MUy ..4 .e
a promise oltbe obtained there.
poor. An overwhelming majority I the California Frulta, Grapes Peaches
It tookjtighty years for Moses to prepare appropriate to the day and this will be there is in
voters are for that proposition. Only cash Do you know that nothing Cherries and n.maPulitkuuu >
t to do forty years' work. It took thirty made a strong feature of the holiday. | Don't forget that special prizesof the line of solid comfort to equal those -.--
to do threeJllra' the bosses of the republican party, who Two Dollars each will be offered for splendidly.made buckskin shoe that mewUc .-. ki MM tvspect
Christ to
for
jean prepare are controlled by the great moneyed interests DECORATIONS manufactured in this I. A.
to make the most handsomely decorated wheel, are town by -the higher rude are not nuckiiMmade.
work. It took 300 years ire opposed to it ; and those The l ladies and gentlemen who have also for the most grotesque costume Willson ? Their durability and Christian. --- ---- -
the Roman Empire nominally and their mutts are no longer; an open question. -- ,
bosses newspaper organs, do surpemiion of this will see.to it awheel -- -
1,800 to make 200 The of experiment is jast and & Brvwa have '
I It has taken years stage aa titta
not dare to openly the incometax that all ,Business houses and
oppose public
millions of nominal Christians, It has The Lake Worth Band will furnish ; they are now a guaranteed succtss."ou large line of liica't cialld,,,'* zed
I doctrine of the Chicago platform buildings,' ;as well as the grounds for made fit foot
I tikes to makeover music all day. and a special orchestrahas can get them to your u a men's shoes to show their ncvda ant
only ninety-nine years .democrats. The following from a repub field sports, are suitably adorned and I glove does your hand. You can have cnstomera. Visitor! are eordtaHy i*.
I '. yo millions more of adherents to .lican paper, is about the way republicans decorated. i been secured for the Ball at night. them in low-quarters or high'cut lined riled to call ud inspect tk 4r gtacrat

. Christianity. All moral movements handle the question in congressional FIREWORKS.At Cash Prizes in every contest and cr unlined. Visitors here on th: Fourth tuck of dry good. rauai&x t.4 as.tioas.
an.llea'e .
should call in and see Mr. Willson .. S
3 .
i ,rorrculilo,11. debates : night there will be seen the finest event and no entry fee to participate their foot measure and an order. -- ---
I Another of the slow of The strongest indkativa. .,'al vr'4ht
cause progress "Whatever may be said as to the pyrotechnic witnessed In any event Liberal terms should iii- -- --- .-
Christianity is that God never does forman display ever on that General Fun toa will cater >Jitin
abstract merit of an income tax it can. the East Coast. Handsome sure numerous participants.LIST A politician is safest hen he write f
set pieces, w
I whit; man can do for himself. on his return I. the f rl tW IK ww t..nain
II not be had without an amendment to in patriotic designs will illuminate the out his declaration of principle: speechfor .
I God intends to convert the world OF COMMITTEES : Ohio.-Topcka State jovial.
human God wanted the constitution, and that is a very remote sky large lighters have been secured the press. Then he can say what he --- -- .....

through agency. possibility." which will be anchored out in the Lake General Arrangements Committee- pleases when he gets up to talk.-New- Little (flags for the Uttk folk U Idaet
an ark to save a few good people from Wilmon Whilldin chairman ; Geo. S. fit Soo'.
Well, what obstacle is there to a constitutional
and from which the fireworks Orleans Picayune. _
the flood. He did not build it, but displaycan Adams, secretary ; Guy I. Metcalf.M. ...
amendment
the --
except republican !. be I seen by all on either shore of; the I Aa lark
worked
Uoah and his carpenters 120 E. Gruber, G. G. hirohm. I
party? The people will not hesitate The ladies vl-iting town are invited
Lake. The committee in of
this
construction. God wanted charge I Is extended to all \be good hordawivea
year ia its : the if Committee on Finance-George Zapf to inspect the millinery stock at Mr*.
to destroy republican that It I
party feature promise i to make it one of the and husbands who yt this
he Israelites to have a tabernacle for the only way of getting what they want chairman ; J. D. Mathis Geo. L. Bra F. L. Moffatt's. Triniuwl hats and a next week to call may arowl t..e
Moses the Another and easier is most interesting spectacles for young and full line of milliner sundries at the City
Aiviikt worship. He gave way out to electa ning Ceo. S. Adams. Bobo Dean. Market a=4
get acquainted with tU
size and left him and the people to democratic president, who will appoint old that has ever been enjoyed here at a Committee on Transportation and -.....-- new managementWe

build It. Solomon wanted a temple for States unplutucratic courtNext justice of the will United bea holiday celebration.THE. Rates-J. C. Stowers, chairman ; F. O. Wanted. are here to give the Pwplt sf thU

C God. God approved ot the conception. gad supreme time to try this "Ian. year BALL Williams, Wilmon Whilldin, Geo. W. ... section and it will a prompt be a pleaaure tad rcUaUt. ta arrvkv.

' Solomon sent to Hiram king of Tyre, -.*- To all who enjoy the pleasure of Terpsichore Petter. A good strong clarinet or cornet out-of-to people who wWi a to htcSKt mttt

J aNt procured miners, hunters, artists! Fireworks for the children at Idners' !' this part of the programme will' Committee on Public Speaking and player who is either a painter and ign- our market aid arrange for the khipaWst I ,'

30.000 hewers of timber, 70,000 porters Give the boys and girl a glorious. be of particular interest. Splendid Singing. -W. I. Metcalf, chairman ; J. writer a baker or a carpenter to cortes- of meats to your several kottta

of liurdeas, 80,000 hewers of stone..1 I Fourth.utmost. Let Ittner them& Son enjoy have the day what to they tb music: hag .been secured especially for R. Anthony, D. A. Thomason, R. B. pool with S. II HAPI-ERSETT, that We once want we your get trade sad wt fed gist

Costly timber camc
gpvz from }jbe'wiu' oi Spain 4 I torpedjv, etc., uju ;iu abuuOauce. aud tie committee promise I, Committee on Children's Frpjram- I West Palm Beach, FU. ..kecp )'Oll.ttk II. Cittwii.I ,. e


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