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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: July 6, 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: UF00075915:00571
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Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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t PURELY PERSONAL. Georgia, residing for many years in the : -

neighborhood of Atlanta in whose build INDEPENDENCE 1 prize. Later two men were entered in HERE; ANn)
DAY. this THERE.Scraps
ing up he was a factor. In that State he race and Mr. Warriuger of Boynton .

People as They Come and do -People was a member of the memorable Con- :| was a winner of first prize and ..-

t You May* or May Not Know. ,titntional Convention of 1867-8, in Mr. Burton of second prize. of ISewa About TkU ... nat
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-.- which body his sound judgment and This concluded the aquatic sports and tftdDmerestTbiat*.
the

.a ielaa.e. of Peraolll.llC.ms-Ylsltors, In passage wise counsel hasty prevailed legislation in preventing and unwise the How West Palm Beach Celebrated Our : the crowd park of grounds spectators where moved the athletics back to ._-

tea eu,. and Citizens Visiting measures that would have .. t. and field sports were to be enjoyed.In Ktwsy hope sad ip.! tt lst r" *t to
proven' a
, Out of the City. the $19IpII04 la Central tad ..
dash X
100-yards EI
nest Dass, of 'fla
"JI calamity to the entire State. Isis S1C.cessful ;'
; ..' Great Na'ticmal St. Augustine WOD first rartl ula
; efforts in preventing the passageof ( Holiday: prize and Cap
'i !.t. has returned from his tfsit I. Metcall was second. -..- .
Downey -
.1 a provision for imprisonment for debt ......

J to Fcraandiua. from which no one was exempt in those The boys foot race came 'next and, The improvement of the Risrdert

J Mrs. Gardner was visitor at Hobe chaotic! times are of themselves.. a rife Clarence Lanther came in first with property ha added toy nock to be

Sound but work ol which man be proud : Hadwen Courtney a close second. appearance of the cut l
Sf' Thursday. any may Orations Music Aquatic Sports Athletic r Oiiv amt .
Contests
and The three legged race was the cause Datura kti ecu
'to a .monument to his,ability and con t
tv Chan. W Pierce, of Boynton is in of plenty of fun, Clarence Lauther and --

r. 'Ir t It town Ruin: todaysIV servatism.of the jpeorgla size. wasjaf.jrnltes wards. and a smfed member Bicycle Races...A Day Full of Fun Hawen Courtney proving the prize R ev. j, R Walkerpnat'bedlbtfleraa, !
rial
F & Field: d juno. is in wish honor in that body. winning couplet Service for the OH Fcliowa toil

ttavitigeen here'some days.Mrs to.f'i' In 1887 he came'to Florida and purchased Frolic and Entertainment In the standing broad jump C. P. Sunday night. The Church try ha 4.somely f
decorated.
Metcalf
his capnred first prize with Frank
present home. He \'
from
Carrie game
.Leon has returned avUit
of some length at Tampa. feeble and broken in health and Rowley second best. There will be a ceMwaliw cf the II'Jy
.The
always, claimed that thia'.change the Slippery Dobbins contest causedas Communion at Holy Trimly Chnrch

Protracted meeting at the M. E. more general' climate of Lake Worth V much laughter as anything oa the West Pnlm Beach' ,
oa Sunday
Magnificent Display of Fireworks and Grand( ra+vraug
Church begins Sunday_.morning. added ten year his life. a Ball ai. Night-Cash I. program and while no one crossed the next at 8 u f

",.... Will Sanders is-expected home He was a man of strong character, Prizes for the Victors in Each and Every Contest Race and. pole Gilreath, the prize(colored was) for awarded having to come Taylor the Rer. S. I>. Paine will preach screws

tonight from a visit at Jupiter. firm religious conditions and stern integrity to the Masonic
Sport-Xo Entrance Fee Dearest to making the journey success Lodge of West Palm
; was most loved bythosevwbok Lharged to Any Event-A Big
Beach
M. P. Cain and wife were among the fnlly. next Suo newjiim best, and was one of the "old
''Junoiui lruurth, in town Tuesday' taking in the guard" who came to the County in its Crowd and a Splendid Day of Success The obstacle, ice was prolific of entries All present Masons art cordially invited to t*

< pioneer days and devoted his means but Bens Barman one of the

W S. Wagstaff! of the Southern and his energy to the I est of its devel and Pleasure.The smallest of the lot was the lucky lad lo Several lots oo the cut aide of trots

lent. carry off the priie. setta street, near Fera greet lose beer
Tourist, was a visitor in this town over opu
$Iotlay. : .- f i The watermelon contest was open to cleared out and uaderbnuheJ, .idwg

DELBAV DOl GS. Glorious Fourth has come and great destiny and to take its in colored men only and Albert Moorewas much to the appearaac aryl cuufurt of
.:,: t Cai*. G. W. Herring went up to ... but it has place the an easy winner, that pan of taws
left
behind
gone; a flood of front< rank with the most _
Neptune today to look after uu interests Messrs Fenuo, and Burton attended powerful na- In the shoe race there was more fuu,
satisfaction in the
hears of those whose jons of robe County Court
world. His address was called Mo Uv .J.
,, few days. ."" court at Juno Thursday.A : was w.ell and Jobn Wyse. showed a marvellous + ,
,.tller.lor. -
Sorts and
-n_ assistance made possible the received And jonrntd until
.,- '' liberally applauded: peed for one of his i TburkUy, then tlwaiL<...:.l
but
.Carl Schrebnick: has been in A large number of our citizen were at splendid celebration at West Palm Beach. Rer. ). R. Walker was the next 'avoirdnpois, .by. without the trial of a cue, the qWJtUII
some technicality he h the
till fur several days this week ou an West Palm Beach the Fourth and en- Even the elements seemed to have speaker, and he delivered an address Tastiu st prfze The- of legality haring arise aM-re defead.

important business trip joytd the elaborate celebration. On the conspired with the Committee on Gen that evidenced time and care in its prep opholis and being awarded the honors ants reported not arty for trial
the cash.
--- return trip the tau.-ch Thetella met with era! Arrangements to supply a day of aration. Mr., --
Walker did
W. 0. DcBerry and A. Martin left not forget to The wheelbarrow David Thotnss, of
race came next andagam one the
an obstacle at the ideal apart
mouth of the canal atmospheric conditions
-and who his
pay
\', Sudsy morning for an indefinite stay which delayed it till hour heard respects to the English, and reviewed : Albert Morre was in the lists a;.d landscape gardeners of this( region, Is
an early Wed ever of an ideal day on July 4th? < past relations between America .
at the Mate t metropolis. came out a winner. again at Lake Worth ia charge of th
nesday morning. for ten days preceding the auspicious and the Mother His
Country.
Dr. U. A. Thomason ki I Monroe rain speechwas Last, but not least in the interest gardens of Revel vie, the winter how .
is over S. M. Thornton who is on the sick day had fallen and between shows the most extended of the day and is
shown, the place' of C. I. Cragla! of '
was
boxing match between
County looking after some property intciots i list, is improving slowly. the sun had beat down as fiercely as conceded to be the ablest effort f-f his experience : Solomon l'bU8I1clpl1L&
be hilt in that section. It ever does here that it Sweeting and Andrew Pies A little girl ia
D<.1 ray is still shipping melons in large so seemed in this town. lent, two duiky contestants who Chicago coacluJ hereveningpmjerasfollowi

M. E. Gruber was at Juno Monday to quantities to West Palm Beacu. almost maivellous when the Fourth was Col. George A. Worley, of Miami, for points Six rounds sparred. : "Ami please
have decided
I obmit hi* lax rolls u County Assessorfor I. fl. Burton has purchased another ushered in,with a'tJigbtlyclouded, sky next entertained the assemblage with a it but was to Lord take good care of youiself, for if
at that stage it was declared
their examination and revision.Alvin which held its maMle of protection over speech characteristic of the speaker in anything should happen to you w,'.. ao
mule he drives
so a team which will be a draw by the refene, Mr. Burton, and
------ -- the crowd throughout the livelong day its fluency, ease and polished smooth one to depend on but McKinky, an I M
S. Hendrickson started Sunday of great accomodation] to the public in it required a seventh round to settle it. ain't
with nary a shower of old doing as well <
r nor glare Sol ness. Col. Worley's most telling hit aj> my pa expected.
for Boomer Mo., to'enjoy a visit with general. i to cause discomfort distress. was Mr, T. Crier was time-keeper and when
or his tribute to the of
E:1ghsbwanwho Re-v
S.
D.
type
old frkmU and relatives in that State. Pines are being shipped every night toquite From break of lawn until eight o'clock bad shown their he announced "time" at the cad of the Paine will preach scraoa
an extent and with good results. manhood and seventh the referee declared Andrew Sunday morning oa "The Coat Preitstt 1 t
who had
The grass on the passenger depot plotis : people been unable or unwill- )>rotberh3od at times when Americamost President and Future of This Republic Chria-
the winner ;
beginning to grow nicely, espedoilly"u.re Metho':'ist services will be held at the ing to attend to it the day before were needed (friends and in a graceful The next feature wf of the the day's purse. tianity the Only Security for Emi.... I

muck was'used lo force and feet il- school home next Sunday evening. busy hanging pro t1v flags stretching inartistic referred to Dr. S D. Paine as a the sports Abiding, National Prosperity."

ize. ..-- decorations bunting and putting up attractive model of the type he admired. His reference ,was lei lay. and bicycle as soon races.as thepecta'ors There was no body cordially invited to these services Every., I
here and there all ,
overtown.
to the ladies -- -
another -
was effectivehit
Miss Leila Anthony left this morning} ; The Literary and.. Social, Club.THfKSDAY Meanwhile the boys and girls l and altogether his could spread out along either side of The street corners have bear very
speech was timely
for a visit with friends atAguata, Yaldo&U Clematis Avenue..frQ1 the Park to properly marked .
were giving noisy, happy vent to tie and appropriate up by sign pptts'bruingn
;: i,: d (4htr places in uortlu.ruMr. JUNE 29, 1899 feelings of surcharged joy that had been The last address and the shortest I I the Public School building, the cot the names of the streets: iDttrICc nl. j
'Gebr it The club held its usual and ,"sla ts acre ready. This is
-- -- meeting so hard to repress until the day of dajs was that of Rev. S.D. Paine. Fun f as should! have been long ago.

the programfor the day proved an leally came. that patriotism, and of energ\ thought The first go was one-mile race for The posts and finger boards are kkely 1
aud Alr'C., A. Robinson and interesting one. The for men in which Joe Wilkinson .
first painted and
program July On thearrival of the morning train and: action so chrracteristic of the man, was are as. orntrncnul as they
lithe
Robinson, of Eden, have been: 6th is as follows : man and Tony Lopez second. ore useful.
from the south, bringing fully five bun !his every ientenct:,reached the hearts !
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. Roll-call from I The
quotations Byr' n. boys' one mile race was and
Bred and next
people the roused the
&Iarch
.Triumphal
to patriotic feelings of I his County Commissioners
U. Williams this week. coal ;
Current J.vents-Mrs. Gardner,Misses! I in tb's Cltrence Lau'ther'on first Monday
prize
.
the Lake front was begun. The I icarers. H's word of hut
pro pictures Na ionall did not their
couiplKe work
Emile left Kennedy Nokes, Bowers and Moffatt. with Asher Frank esoud across the line. adjourned
Anthony Sunday cesion
morning was(armed in the following order: unison within our cootinential borders, I until
for Tilusville the Fourth of Novelist Sir Walter Scott-Mrs. Burn In one-eighth mile dash for Wednesday and then hod to .
to enjoy Hon. Wilmon Whilldm, Mayor. and the Anglo,Saxon affinity thai, nun take
to
finish.
Thursday The
;July, and from there goes 'to Georgiafor ham, Misses Hindry and Thomason. Lake Worth Band. reaching across the seas, causes the Joe Wilkinson' was winner of first honorsIr the assessment roll revUioaof

a six weeks' visit. Essayist, Charles Lamb-Mrs. Everettand Decorated Float ( the second event he had entered. occupied that at* .
carrying the Goddessof English speaking nations' hearts to b eat tendon principally. A full attendance
-- Mrs Stowers. Liberty, Uncle Sam, and a SeminolIndian e ill uuity of purpose and future destiny! The boys' one eighth mile dash was of the Board was
L. R. Decker of Titusville who is present.
Lord Asher
Poet Bvrou-Mrs. Paine Mrs. won by Frank. .
in native .
:.. gait costume. were eloquently: portrayed and enthusiastically --- -
building a handsome house at St Luciefof Gruber Mrs. Bell. The last Suudty night Rev.
Liltlt boys on decorated wheels. received. event was the overt s five J. R. Walker ,

Richard. Quay, son ol Senator Malt Discussions led by Mrs. Antbonv. Little boys in white costumes, canyiog Seated on the beautifuly decorate, mile race, and again Joe 'ilk iDS< n preached the mem.>(ial sermon for the

S. Quay, was a guest at the home of his .. .. $ags. speakers' stand were also the Lake showed his superior speed and wind by'a l.wal lodge ol the I. 0. O F. The Meihodist -

daughter.$. M. E. Grubcr for a few Hon Josiah Sherman Dead." Young ladies representing States ard Worth Band the fair representatives of comparatively easy victory. Been an Church was splendidly decoratedwith : i

day this week Territories. the bright galaxy of States and Ten !iHe ser captured second prize iu this cocoanut fronds, and rosettes of I ho ,

morning Citizens and visitors. tones Uncle Sam in his event.Again. colors of the order. The numbers of I
O. J. Mujlbacher, of Jacksonville, of Last \ Josiah Sherman, most appro'edholiday
the Ludden & Bates S. M. II. of that one of Lake Worth's long time residents Upon arrival at the Park front a garb and the Goddess ol Liberty.I the tired but happy throng the local lodge attended the service inn t

city [ly in tows. Anyone wishing any passed away in his eight.Courth year'. I National salute was fired from barges on in the costume and adornment of thai aurge+ldown the Avenue headed by the :Ixxly. --_ I I

The of his death the Lake after which the Stars and of American ht i Lake Worth Band, to the Park where 1
in formation or figures on musical instrument cause : was senility, queen arts. i County Tax Assessor M. E. Gubet
of kind should Mr. Sherman born in Stripes were raised on the liberty pole The morning I a few pleasant features, not on the prohas "
any see Mr. Mull; was Vermont one programme being completed I been the recipient of a grtat deal of
icher.: His house is reliable and he of nine children, kin to the Shenuans of; wt ile the childnn sang the National a full half hour before schedule'}!Tam, were enjoyed, such as cheering |praise at the hands of those who have !

himself is a musical expert. Ohio. Ever since the war Mr. Sherman ; Hymns and the Band played apprQ.priate time, adjournment was had until the 'Old Glory and theLane Worth Band I ..-en his book. Far neatness ant ia J
pt+ -
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has lived in Georgia and Florida. He selections. afternoon events were to take place. 'I while waiting for the time set for beat I ness they will stand
comparUou .
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. and little i with
Sperry Promptly at 9:30 a. m. the exercises Japanese Fireworks.
leaves a wife and several nephews and Promptly at one o'clock p. m. thecity Day Promptly any set of Assessor's! book in the titan
son, for some time residents of KeyW nieces, but no children. lie was buried at the speakers' stand were called to yacht race was started from the 'the appointed moment 6 p. in, the -and he WAS not oMixcil d't the
wok ,
E t and formerly of Palm Beach, !order and Mayor in a sboit 'evening salute was fired, and
Sunday on the Sherman plantation \"h.ilhin. wharf with the yachts ".>illw k,' soon the I by proxy tither.

passed through this town Sunday our rev E. Gale one of his neighbors for | address, full of patriotic fervor at.d goodwill Aurora. "Diucie," "Rosie B," and Day Fireworks a novelty to almost all,

their nay to St. Augustine where many years conducting the ceremonies bade the immense crowd of visitors "Cecelia": in the contest. The "Billow"and were being joyed. After this fcaturethe Thcinandoli'i cou'e a; that & Sun's

S;my has been assigned work by the an earnest welcome and formally turned the "Urucie" fouled the stake ooatbefore intermission for supper hour wash resulted in Miss Lulu Angcvinc being

' bend U his department in the F. E. C --e. the town their declared the winner l .
over to enjoyment a mi the race ended and the sail of Lhe d. : hy a vote
4 Hotel System. .-' Other towns besides Gainesville pleasure while here. He then introduced *Rosie B." was carried away. This left On the very minute, lay p. nt, as of a total vote c.f 1383. Tim c..nln.t

--- making strenuous efforts to advance the the first speaker of the day W. I, the "Aurora" owned by John Brown, of per the printed program, the loud repOitof netted fJ7.35 for the Park Fund, besides!

Obituary. cause of education. Within the pastfew Metcalf, Esq. Hypoluxo and the "Cecelia" owned a ;tact bomb opened the displayin paying }if for the $.+g that a,I .rnal theliI.ny
by
.. weeks St. Petersburg, Gainesville, .Mr. Metcalf's address was mainlyre Will Hannog, of Maugonia, as the \' pyrotechnic such as has i.ever been seen pole la-. Tiu-vlay. Judge Hey'ermale

\\'rUtu for TUK: TKUI-ITAL 'in. Fernandina and Jacksonville have voted along the line of epochs in our National ncr of first and second prices ou the East Coast of Florida. It wouldbe the prex.iit.nion spctili J. the

Died at his home in Riviera Fla. on to adopt the sub-district school plan 1 history:briefly reviewing+ their causes, lively.to respec- useless 10 undertake a descripl into Hotel Palms Tuesday liKI.t.

ist. 1899. the Hon. Josiah Sherman and on Saturday last the citizens of .
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in the eighty-second'i of irislie age. I tow voted unanimously to continue the the tremendous 'onward National under twelve years H:.doer Courtney lhylcre surprised. It was a fittingfinale Wanted.
was born "near the State line between sub-district school in that town. That He
growth. touched upon the issues was winner of the fist prize. to a most successful day. -s.-----

Ne. York and Vermont and I each of the towns named will profit as i and problems that have seemed from In the race called for the men three: IHB ,l'S feels no false modesty in A good, strong clarinet ftr comet

grew to manhood and spent his early 1 result of the action taken there' cannot time to: time. to threaten the National I boys ho had been ruled out of the boy!>' l.iudiug the success of the day, a, w hat- player who is either a ..iuter and sign-

of he a reasonable doubt. town can have perpetuity, but wriler. a baker or a
surroundingf expressed his confidence rAce because of over-age were enteredin e.er we might say complimentary wouldtie carpenter, to couesres -

New England I I no better recommendation than well in a Providential guidance and help and ran the course, Mortimer Cour tart but voicing the enthusiastic ex P"dith S Ii H.'n>KksfcTT,

Later in life he made his residence in regulated schools.-Gainesville Sun. enabling this country to carry out its I I I winning first and Dick Wilder second (Continued on eighth page) I $.' 'y. Lake Worth Band

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I 1 t JOURNEY TO THE ORIENT yon and another They coal'pat their 5.00aD"i.fingers hovf\1Ip\over and" THE BU/TIKOBF I TAILOR <:-;"..

down your arm$ tbejlpincb it qtont
ABE SAFRANEK! ,,& SON
the elbow. You; arm i is straighUasa ,
Mrs Eliza Archard Conner's: Trip stick the undertake: tend
: snrgelCl8 MANAGERS OP { t
Does
to Manila Via YokoBama.4 the wretched elbow joint. All the pain Your StationerySuit
-4' yen have ever knotrn in.your life, even The Three Friends .
: from shoes three sizes too small on a

lODES 89y'THE: PIER AT FRISCO. hot day away from+home\is nothing to Tailoring Company. You ? >
what you feel when thoee\cold blooded seen
.f surgeons work chap joint. ... .

n. C.rrap.Ba>*t. Battering Proa I "'I believe it's broken." says the SUITS AND PANTS MADE TO CEDEft "

k a Praelarvd:&rta.'A1..e sad dress ship's doctor. Next tolls wearing apparel there u nothing i
They move it again. "Hear any ., I' ,
Btr M ra. Good teuairltaaiaShlpbMfd
dada crepitnst" asks the ship's surgeon. Cleaning, Pressing. and Repairing a really neat roan is w particular about as !
r oa sad Co.elade..Tka' ** .
: t : .k. W.." la G*"d After AIL Yoa"Plainly.bear it answers too. You bis have friend.heard it A Specialty the quality and appearance of hU Stationery.And ,

; L before. That slight crackling of broken FIT AND WOIUUISUP GUARANTEED _
in truth it does
r very proclaim his bus
named"erepitaB" r
bones which
they learnedly
I Bio JIKKIBO. March 1. Once
I .r sadtea dear native land good by l-Once whether in brokeD sound,mutton much joint the or same human WEST PALM BEACH> FLA. loses as a. DeaL fltting and stylish suit of There is no argument t .

I mere across the bine Pacific toward the -
joint. It is your knell of doom. clothes proclaims the
setting ana ao far westward that westward Yoa do not realize it though; not yet man. in favor of paying more titaa9SO !
turns about and becomes east You ere to know what it Ie in the G. W. IDNBR > for uy mak. of vtalb I -

again this time on a journey eo long week to follow. Those! three fearful It the worldTwhea that is the
will if
that it will end-tc here t Who known I 1 larches that burled you to and fro likea & SON. it.is. .V.' price ol popular wbeela..l .

)Not L ants lam clad There in an indescribable football shook all your nerves together .. furnished by have beta leaden for w snap '.i
I fascination mysterious delightful and stunned you so at present yon are you pears and ara leaden stiQ. theBKYCLB ++
in going on from inland nnto rather dazed in your mind. Not so bad. Jewelers and Opticians
bland at the gateway of the day. far all either that it is so at first A feeling .
'. Jour fancy and Jour pocketbook will such aa your worst enemy might hesitate '" the right kind of a house present a njco ap ,

t j carry you. bringing up finally-maybe to call down upon you would over Watches, Clocks, ,Jewelry,
1 la Borriobocla fibs maybe In kingdom whelm you if in those first hours of Musical Gould' Strings, etc pearance and make a good impression, which

come Again who knows pain and weakness you realized the tallest would be ,
not the case if used shoddy *
you
The Cliff Hones and the eeal rocks at nt of your mishap ,
\ Ban Francisco lade from view in the In a week the surgeons; begin what Stationery, Ink, Blank Books,] paper that was poorly pri ted. "
r dying day as oar ship the Rio Janeiro i they call the "passive movements." [tie : "pioneer 20 year old wheel*
i gets her roller chatee on and plunges' the new fashioned way of treating NEWS DEPOT, Now while speaking of houses that are
Into the big blue billows in earnest Of fracturea The doctor puts one hand. DAILY PAPERS. '
I' _v {right," we must not fail to mentionTropical Price $40

Fi ne'\v e \ alc h 1 Jewelry ReDairini .I JOT -
t 'taeni; years' 'ti P If I..Ct has
ix ALL BUAMUES. The :I taugit KAMILSB makers bow to
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bawd the best wheels oa and
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t Stmi ole Block, West Pain Beicb. cheaper than aeyoo else. u4'- r

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; OEO. S. ADAMS, Prop'r.
i I tis ::-Wett Palm Beach, Florida, -- Sun

j jI ..y'rrM J. D. MATHIS Poprtetor.I I ,.

I I I I (liccnm u Braa. i| Hikerj lit Qrcrj Ci) Whidden's' MirkitIs r
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i .. My Motto"Uuuk Salt: and Small Proflu. Which enjoys a well merited reputation for

J 4I fakery Goods and furnishing high-grade work. THE SUN has Prepared to Supply

Family Groceries you with ...
the best equipped Job Office along the East ,

I I .....My Specialty i Baed Meats ii Frists.
lififlg
t I Coast and is better prepared now than ever
{ Goods delivered free to any part
I It = of the City Qr ftPross the Jail. Fresh Pork
:t ...... before to meet all the requirements of the ,
ill Ordiri QiTiB Prompt AtteuUos.Goods Beef
= trade in that line ,
F First-C1asr and Fresh. Highest
i prices paid for country produce. Poultry

I' II r =- .THEATER_ SIGNS IN THE STREETS OF YOKOHAMA. -it Buy of we nod I w'ill nave yon moray &-i-g; High-grade Work I II Eggs.

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doting scenes et' '$tie dock as I turn my above your elbow, the other below it. Is the kind THE( SUN does 1' Native Meats a l specialty
face away from America two are sodeeply ., and tries to bend the joint If the"pas Geo. S. Hacker & Son ,
stamped' upon iuy brain cells slue movements" are begun thus early Your Patronage Solicited

that that will go over into I my next incarnation. and continued every day or two. the ,
: chancre that yon will have a perfectly S and f the only' kind We have found through. Market ou Raujrun Htrvet,

One la the picture of a man who had I l und. limber joint are improved five number of 11-12 \ WEST PALM. REACH
an experience extending over a
IS women crying aft'r'hhu. They were to one Bat. ye gods bow It hartal You
of all risen little and large motber-in- bowl with pain. Yoa must bear it if year that it pays 'to do this; for when you 4------ .

J law. sisters, a grandmother or two. and you want a limber arm again the surgeon The Dads Court lilt
an Indefinite assortment of cousins and says soothingly. once get a customer he will stick, knowing ) ,
mute. Apparently that was the only Occasionally, ID spite of yourself West Mm Beach F1o tda'
man in that family. Heavens 1 How yon are tempted to indulge in that that what is done for him will be done RIGHT, :
I did and him over deadliest, moat poiwnona of all amusemenU. ,I
r, they and again weep to the great squeeze delight and edification pitying yourself- Your shattered and in a manner that will be both pleasing Authorized Capital, 9100,000.Paid "
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hopes and plans lie in the dust around
I r of the spectators! A ring of admiring and attractive. U/Copi'tal. 915,000.
witneaoea .gathered round to you. For weeks to come yon will be ,
helpless and dependent on the kindness -, --
snarl the tsetse and embraces. The .
rictim of all this outburst of aHectloQfcure of strangers. Yon are near 10,000 miles MANUFACTURERS OF OFHClSSs t

it like a martyr. Only when his way from any patron who cares for Doors Sash I And that's the E.N. DllIlCt/ Preldet.
Meping mother-in-laa embraced him you. it indeed anybody anywhere cares U. D. HENDRI 180N, VicePrettdctt.CEO. .
ftf the eleventh time-only then did be whether you are alive' or dead you say Blinds L. mStNMQ. Cat kief.
how cymptoma of faintnens and flinch to yourself, and yon almost whine. MouldingsAND .
Don't do ill I On Iit dcJl't do its) Cheapest after all. Hours
l lag but 'twas only momentary Unfeeling your Office: From | a.m. to s p. m.
Think rather of the wonderful,
monster that be was, be never pever
.hed a tear through it all An envions ceasing kindness that has been ebowQ Building Material, SIneral Banking Business Trissaetil;
bachelor afterward tried to yon Utter strangers, persona Whom 11) t'
passenger have CHARLESTON, S, C, Even though might be able to send else Collection promptly n-mUtml oa day .lreceipt
make na believe be was the fellow who you never epoken to. otter you you ..
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Dratu bought and uM ,M
prift .
i I sympathetic attentions. They bring Largest Factory South.
vaa the recipient of all this tenderness. where for and save rlpal citlvo ol the United Sta ten.2V-"7
Stationery possibly
.bat it awe no good. We knew better. you books. They offer you little gifts Send for Prices. your

Then that other brain cell picture. they think wiu please you The ship'i a few cents on an order amounting to several
steward saves the choicest delicacies for
ambulance.
fbototrapbed by a carriage
equipage, or what was it t It looked like yon Even your Chinese table waiter t dollars, remember that time is consumed anddelays O'DONOGHUE := :
a hearse with a high top to it. large sees! tout yon get more than your share ,
t enough fur the corpse to alt affright and of the preserved ginger and miniature occasioned! in doing so, and that if I
'gate around. It waa drawn by four big candied oranges of bis native lander An'advertisement THE ALL 'ROUND ,
main their fair large ears going flip he will know the reason wb,.,, Theseare mistakes should occur, you will have mon or s

Hop to the rhythm of each step as they the thoughts to fill yonr tolnd with. recdlle.l.'f.'
less trouble in getting them HDr '
When do that I
trotted along the narrow way allotted yon yon are forced to 1."tp
't* vehicles on that dock. All made way acknowledge that not even among your I f. .
for it and daring a brief space the ad own familiars among the people who Has come to stay in West Palm
tslratlon of the multitude was divided adore you. if any such there be could The Sun Guarantees
between It and the man with IS worn yon have been better taken care of 'banlmong in Beach, and is now fully prepared to

,ea kitting him There were only tbreewomeD the kindly Grangers aboard that I do work to his
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gratify
{ in the thing they not very ship It (is a good world. Satisfaction patrons.Ho

toot Why, then, if bones were scarce To resume my own proper person THE SUN I .-- _
why then four plates, when one male's Yokohama was the first port at which

ear coold hav*.almost drawn the loadT wo landed after I broke my arm. I and is right here at home, where it stands Dip. laioiie 8 Elect
could
Award they swept majestically, with not go ashore My part was to sit ,

*clanking of harness like the sound of in an easy chair on deck and watch my will ready at all times and under all circumstances WEST.PALM BEACH. .4.
DatrOnixtte's armor.I fellow paeseageregoingoft in the launch
I W&t in tbo name of all things queer that bobbed merrily np and down upon to fulfill its contracts to the letter. II you
.aailfThat the water. They bad been abut in a ship bring results
i !$madam said a bystander upon a stormy sea for two weeks and I are not satisfied with work you may hive Red Spanish and --s:sFtanay.
SMJeatieallr. "represents the United they rejoiced with gladness to set foot
upon land once more and eat dinner gotten elsewhere and wish a change in the '
State army' It is the ofi cen' carriage a and will -
from the Presidio.' without fear that a plate of soup or a I
"But why-why four wales when dish of butter would slide into their style or grade of your Stationery, PINEPPLE 1

I (DM could haul the load t" laps.My .;+ '
"Dignity, ma'am. The prestige of friends were kind and thought-, bring 'em quick.
cal though and Send in a trial order and Suckers '
Abe United fltatea army could not tw treasured in their Slips
maintained with less than four mules memories the strange sights and interesting

fur tlU the extra two are added." things they encountered and Just try it. for anything you may need For axle,ol the followi!* Vartelit.'U
'f t 8u then, the more main in the government made faithful report to me. For one Abbaka Porto Rico, '1
service: the more dignity Ob. thing they visited the Yokohama theater '' Smooth Cayenne .
dap axtoltp I Soon after they entered it the band in the office or counting room-Letter Heads, Egyptian Queen, ,
Thns far 1 had written when some struck np and began to play "The
.Ib\r K twphened Banks of the Wabaah." This made" _ma_ Note Heads, Statements, Tags, Envelopes, Ripley Queen, Golden Queen.

I DU ff n ever imagine to yourself not halt so sorry that I bad been unable White Antlgue\ 7" '.. _
what It would be like to suddenly break to go ashore After all there are com.pensatioDI W. R. MITCHELL, Cards, Bill Heads, Bills of Ladlag, Counter Pernambuco, "

tt bane and become crippled and help- \. Off and on during the past Shoe Repairing Neatly Done, Har Pads Circulars Hand Bills Pam KnvWe.
I Dodgers, .
loa, oo shipboard in a raging Ilea and nine months I had traveled 14.000 ness Sewed and Repaired. Iruit Early from drllrerr thU 1lxatrtlwiarUa ran !. made l-art of lie
bea
JOG alone among strangers across the miles outside of and away from the ablate, or in fact anything that you may want lUNt luuiitb. apply| to .irbol I
States, and I had Out-of-town customers nil! receive
(World from any human face yon had never been able to get .
from that old Wabdbh promt attention. Shop on Olive Street, G.C. I
bur looked into before-one inoroUit away next door in the line of PRINTING rViATTHAMS. ,
north of
TROPICAL Sun Build-
dive! as a cat. fall of strength anti Finally I cannot paint in colors too Florida
gladness, rejoicing in the eeaseot power bright the kindnets that has been shown lag. 8-18 Pineapple Company, .

I to go where you will and lo what you I Ime all along the line during the weeks !).!697 West Palm Reach Fl*.
irlli yoor mind bn v witb. fur rou.aplendld tUt I have been diadlilwl The captain Brelsford Bros And we will
I plans to be wioogbt into faUlmcnt |- I' BPd! officer> of the Rio Janeiro, my < .
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I 10 seconds' later a helplessJbcap. fellow passenger! strangers at points WHEN in Jacksonville be tare and rit-
with pityipg faces around yon I I in the cities along the coast, all alike Real Estate and Insurance, please I It your Old Friend, who will sarpriM .
plf leg arms supporting yon. and feel have done me favcrs and helped me every you.-sure you with Bargain In
PALM
pag U cf a too weight hitched to 88"1 I step of the way. I am very grateful BEAC", FLA..intact' I II Dry (foods. nothing> tad
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joar left arm. drawing it asunder at ,I God bless them It ia indeed a I I Public. fonts' K'DIIIII+ ln1
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3 'i B)tTEING' COSTUME.>'1: CHINA AND, SILVER.- SPICY West E.U.DIMICK ProprietorPalm Mathushek Planer

Bone AppolBtnenti .! th* M.4.-
THE APPROVED SUIT /HIS' ,. SEASON -Di.>er Table. Are limos With a Name,

I 18 COMPREHENSIVE. AND USEFUL: The present, fancy ia to serve some Pianos That Hub A ReptUtU
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::1. n 'I. '! .. =_ ,4- '.( l vegetable delicately prepared (either ; .X. ',,:, Beach second to none. They are the \
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t Play Oritltaatlae the' Leadtaf Ma mnshroome asparagus or artichokes)asa BRIGHT C -*: <':.' ' kind that have stood the tttl of
Urlal-Colored Braid sad Siltehlni. separate coarse between the roast and ; : Drug time ann have satisfied the meet ;>
&I..i G..i ..4 Wfclt setae-Tbt?[ gameT This baa resulted in the beautiful critical musician ia every waj. j
lieI ___r'e.. set generally ad Ao.. I
: itIt asparagus now eo -Store.and They Are Not

The bj thing neaaun h beginning ooce mired and coveted by the. up to date old style piano thai bare beta
I agaiaV afed tbe bathing suit is a very bostem. It cousins of a long slender SPARKLING rented for years arid Idea offer .
Royal Pciociana
Important part of the summer ward Butted platterat one end a socket in Ptacy ed as"great bargains" nor are F
fobe/drfigite the. reputation it haa acquired which rest a sauce or dressing boat .
they "cheap, low-grade pianos
of not being ample :enough to graceful in shape and a dozen medium
DEALEE8 IS- made to sell oat half prig"Every
apply one, moth with a'good meal sized plates. The charm,of its decoration -
aaya the Ifew(,York Sun,by way of .in is the springlike green:of the Piano Is New,

fiuhioiM troduction In bathing to.the following attire. practical grounding with overtiacery of gold. These are the expressions Drugs Toilet Articles and every part I. mat* ia tatMatbuihek
F ,'
suggestive of the season when amid urr,

la Tbe eoffiprehentfive approved; cotitnuw enough for for this all season parr sunshine vegetable reaches and all highest tender'perfection.growth .the which can be heard on all Fine Stationery ant lift which lifetime.is a guarantee. that it will I

The salad bowl has given place to tbe
broad leaf shaped compartment dish sides concerning the news Druggist Sundries. Why Take Chances t;' i.
with center division, affording opportunity on cheap piano when the Old '
t for a choice in salada At one and Reliable Mathohekcaa U
r; end the dish has a socket in which tbe columns of PrescriptioDsl.arefully: Comjlound.-.c1 taught at prices and tern to
mayonnaise bowl stands, and ia accompanied East Coast Business Solicited. suit you? There are mow than

by 12 fluted plates. The"yellow. WEST PALM UI-ACli: 6.1 ).\)(\ 15,000 Matbnihek Piano lathe
designated aa "'tnut tard color. seems outh. "You Should have
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now tbe favorite grounding the designs One." .
conventional in green and gold or with !
scattered sprays of cress nasturtium THE.TROPICAL Chinese Laundry Genuine Mathuihtk Pianos i
leaves. blossoms and even tiny radishesin are only Mild fly iILUDUHN&llATUtH.1
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natnrall-olorll. WO KEE. Proprietor. H, H
Tbe cheese dish ia often a little'cat Fred Kahn, inner. t:
glass footed tray upon which the soft -T- 29 Ea i
cream cheeses. Neufchatel etc.. are I Shirts....... .. .. JIlt t Bay St.. JackioBville, rift. :
lace doily Silver I' 0o Front,. Sfora.V 1 1"YouBuy
placed on a paper for the Coll&r11..........._.. 2}*
standards favorite form serve cheeses aa receptacles(edam and pine- Cuffs .'.. .. ....'.......................... rrLadle. .. .Em"-1 I Sam.E.!"
Shirt .
WaiNt
'.lrFJBST OYSTKM I'GUlL'" ....
apple), a cover cut from their tope and M you lib | oboe
you wAit. krnd ,
furnished with a silver lift to raise it LASS Drtwees G s.at.and II AU Po Myka a. sadatsUhuU.. i
by The standard ia with side rests for WORK GUAKANTEED. Ref re.but
1'- the ornamental and necessary silver Banyan Street WEST PALM BEACH. WILL ULTOri tttTidiS. f
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\ SUITS.K cheese scoop a-a OUfe Street '. beret patty P.ae! !t
pOMaof! modesty and osefnlnesa. and fine The once popular biscuit jar haa 3BURKtIARDT'S
silky brliliantine in the lending ma given place to tbe newer and more elegant ---- -
Serial Thin in black dark blue or : .
wafer tray, which in nothing more .SUN.
white i* very desirable the dark color than a diminutive tread tray in cpen
being made np with white revere vest work-si1"er or china J,,., IS, 1809.
and belt striped with white or colU'ed .
The "service of sweets. ai the dea- .CEREAL SNAPS. ;
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I' braid like the model ebown Red. pale lert or final course of tbe modern din ..
blue and navy braids are pretty on tbewhite *
ner is termed is most elaborate and '
eaita. and this style of drew isX. fanciful both in appointments and We Have a N w Cookie '
nude with a wide beta and no trim ices This Week.
'* food Frozen puddings jellies."charlottes" The OLDEST and BEST
skirt Colored braid
tnlnK around the
t tin
fancy cakes. etc. have. It ib made for the
finest
trade the I
very by most noted<< Uitry
vwed on banda of white in straight or
occasions least almost -
for ceremonious at Philadelphia. Except the clean and handsome Uask4whoi
etvm linen U a very effective'; :, .trimmingtordttedirtgownso" entirely crowded out what are newspaper published in the pack them for shipment no untidy hands touch time
now''clawed by way of distinction as cookies from start to finish.
Gray livery much liked and. trim ubowem ide dCl8 rbl." the delicious Our Cookies are the very best that Philadelphia can pea
vied with white it ia dainty and de-sir puddings and pies of grandmother' County. Each week they duce. They cost us considerably more than the other load.
able Serge flannel and silk aretcli time but we sell them at the same price you are asked to pay tat
.. employed Dot there Is no question i the commonest lemon or ginger snap-
ia
Present preference about equally
about the popularity of .*mohair 'aa it divided between the dessert service of contain \\2\ cts. per pound. s
bed* water and does not cling to the
silver and glass and that of rare china. Uiwd cakes may be cheap but cheap cakes are MOT JO Il r
silk flannel
figure like or The former, under artificial light. We will be pleased to have you sample these ginda.
t Rather, pretty Haita for young womep flashes and glitters with jeweled splendor ,
P are made of dark red serge and trimmed L. W. BURKHARDT FilSSt
leaving no question HS to its ele- c t Geode
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with white braid. White flannel em
gance. The entire service of china All ) ,I
the ( *
taoidered all over In tine polka dots ,. however if Dresden, old Spode or the News GOGGGOOOGQOOOO!
puke a stnnoinx dmw. while another exquisite "Venus pink." is quite ai
effective drew for those who like bow beautiful in a, more delicate line The

it band a white of tbe mohair name material trimmed with with rows blue delabra graceful and comports low fancy fruit dishes baskets are, scattered can- that IS News New Store 1 Hal Goods I Rook Delism I P&. I ITtiOVIASOn

'el blue between This iaabowD
atitching
aa if by.the lavish hand of Flora : '
(a tbe illustration with another with robos. lilies mignonette sprays. & 'B OWfit
t of whita.decorated with black stitching forgetrnciiotB and blossoms of all sort
a4..Mack wdlortie Tbe Nleeveaare .
-j ; -Table Talk.
tart with a banded puff or cut in the Dealers in Dry Goods, Shoes, Ladies' and Gentkmen's

ednt aleeve style to the elbow For Small Pat lu,. Furnishings and Notions.
a .
The prevailing skirt ia quiet having For a email parlor with a low ceiling I not only from West Palm. .
a little folium around the hips but The Art Interchange advises the use of We bay for cash and sell for cash so give lower priwit ban atorw .ku dvt
-,there are varied atylea for.tbule who a with narrow stripes and of credit. Our motto is,Quick Milttt and small profits,anti sae dim t
like extremes and the mermaid skirt I light paper color Yellow and white striped Beach and immediate vicinity crimination, but sell to all at-same prior gaud are all
i 1 1.10tf plainly marked in figurm.
paper, with woodwork painted in cream
white enamel forms an admirable but from all points 01
.. scheme By all means omit a Mere ,
which makes the ceiling lower. ;
only THE B1\RM1\N
I and have a.narrow picture molding not note on the Lake and along HOUSE

.I. more than an inch from tbe ceiling I Is now open for Winter Travel.
*Tbis color in a room with north light the railroad thus BEST 0V ACCOMMOa\T10NS.-TABLE BEST TIlE IARRETAUORL4f.
and shaded by a piazza will add a tone making -Bat.ha in f2onn.9\lon.--
of cheerf ulnesa With it a pale gr..enI Hates IWILsnnaMe. Short Distance from the iVput.

I. carpet the harmony will be in have harmony some strong complete reds it easily Address Mrs. S. E. EARMAN, WKST: ALM unirii.: "L.'.

r somewhere in the room A sofa pillowor "'
rug. even a red lamp shade will

serve. THE TRAVELERS

The G.... Flower Va*.,
The beauty of a rose or lily lies in The NEW MA F
AGEM.NrFELIX : ,-
Leading Family Newspaper
its leaf. stem and form. and there ii

I I nothing prettier for holding flowers GARCIA, Prop. Jacksonville, Fla.

than a vase of clear gloss long enough ...,- -
to show aa' much of their ,growth at Electric Lights, Electric Bells Ifctbn, Complete beivice. t '::;
possible The practice of putting flow of Dade County '
era in an opaque vase"U t usually to be The Best $2.00 per day Hotel in Florida.r
deprecated, aa it cuts off tbe flowers in 9GhlW
no. BATBIVO SCIT&U Tale car at the Union Depot and ask the on.lurtor to stops the Traittctl ....-. "
a very ungraceful manner.
adapted to this costume very easily
It fits the hipe.after the most approved For Girl Graduate --- ,
pattern and l,,basally cut.with :a dr-
Pretty models of tbe muslin dresser!
Cow! flounce half iu length Some of so much in demand at this season for Already TaE SUN is a welcome I Isf.
tbe tktrta button up the Hide like thetailor
illustrated tbsGRAQUATION
graduation gowns are by
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gown The waieta are made very i a '" -- STDOyM.
oioch like a abirt waist and quite aa visitor to nearly ev-
carefully fitted with a little poach in DEALER IN 5...
front -....
home in this section
In tbe acmioriea cf this dress there ery ,
and Groceries
ia nothing especially new The kimono Staple Fancy ,

shaped cloaks of Turkish toweling or. and its many attractive ,

aluMl.renr'olletul'soles with stockings Shoes, attached.or rather are Y Grain and all Food Supplies.

very nice and then there are tbe usual features are bringing new i\i\
black tIghts andhate, combined with *
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an elastic wooltrap going over the recruits to its ranks each COUNTRY PRODUCE
aboaldera. Full knickers are the usual i
coompaniment of all bathing suita. Always Fresh,Kept ii S'Kk. 'j

bat Itcut.women often .discard, these week. Your Patronage Solicited -. : t
for the close fitting tightsOne
very onmraal tttjle of skirt Is I
'cot in many geM with rows of stitching t 414X West palm geaob, fla.
c( ;
t down either aide of the seam and t ; J I

walloped edge: falling over a ruffle. %% %%%%%%%%%%%% \

Faaalaaa- Bekocs. JudiciousAdvertisers J i
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F Book muslin organdie and point -- .VKCIhSl'S STREET.F : : ,!
d'eMprit are tbe popular material for I

t graduation gowna- MY SPECIALTIES: tl
in styles THECORNER
Eton jacketi are made to
nit all figures and are the outing garment I -

of the season FANCY FAMILY GROCERIES.: 1
7 OW fashioned tatting ia coming in r
x
CALIFORNIA DRIED
again to be used as an edge for silk MUTTS
on the much trimmed gowns. 1'AXCY TEAS AND COKFEJ-S.
plaiting Realize this hence the free

Black lace val never so popular as it GOWS. GROCERY FRESH' FRUITS AND YKfihTA ,

it made this of summer itNarrow ,Whole costumes are New York San 'One.. here shown ia of use which they make of its -:: BLES IN SEASON. '

trimmed with of
white organdie rows
black velvet ribbon ia used to gathered white satin ribbon NEW STORE NEW GOODS COURTEOUS TREHTKEI1T.
trim colored pique gowns. ,Another ia of white silk dotted ana colums and its increasingpopularity ,
Pique dock or linen skirts are now bin over white taffeta and is trimmed
", tabbed at the lower edge with a facing with ruches of white chiffon The vest advertis I Prompt Free Uelivery on Both Sides of the Lake.
and a binding instead of a hem is of chiffon and the:Ride collar of lace as an
are wearing bats with Many of the muslin gowns have lace 'I i
Parisians F. OLIVER
string Tulle strings are particularly !yokes and 'bolero*or' Eton jacket ellaca ing medium. d. Proprietor.

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I tit the last meeting of our re8eflt The New Orange. I 1) AL BIX.
: TROPICAL SUN.Poneer
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tftE. GRUBER HARDWARE
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Board of Education, no con-
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; Man is seeking to improve nature's .
: : Paper of lade Count), Florida. ,
: irn pt'r"ondlly. All things have ,,work upon toe orai.:;'-. ad it is likely '

TROPICAL Mil PUBLISHING COMPANY their course and then-1 To my that he will be able to do it. If success CROCKERY and

I GUY L MKTCALP. E noa.UBUiMtO conHcience and the enlightened crowtj experiments now in progress the 4 4All

EVERY THURSDAY, iud reUll'Dt of my peers. I stand approved -,mange will become a hardy fruit, ble S FURNITURL

AT WilT PALM BEACH.DADE COUNTY FLORIDA as a man and as a teacher. I to grow and bear even as far north as

'1. And, in truth, we cannot! censure Cauada, with skin that will peel oil as Kinds of 8oat''CHIis.;

SeiSCRlPTIOM PRICE 12.00 A YEAR. the Board so much. It ia natural easily *& a tangerine's and perhaps: di cMtLEo.: Stgc Thwart Boon,BaA sad liikM

anne at the Fwtoffice of West Palm Beach with-most men in authority to use void of the seeds that unw Uneaten the All Kinds Finning Tukle and 8$.rlJ8gUawliae Jodi'_

U second claxi matter. all the power they have, and grasp: perils of appendicitis. : Stove Blue Flame KCTOMM Oil Kara.
Such recreation of this luscious
THURSDAY. JULY 6. 180'J.MB. for more; but, it is the sure prerogative a Gtauware.Umpa and UiUina lUrrUom Bru .* toady Mia" 4 Pa'''

of the people who support them fruit-for that is what it would amount ._ ,..-11&11 Ord. Oh.. Prspt Atw.,11oW
to-would deserve to rank with the
4 to Hay i'1Mt how far their powers are
greatest marvels of the end ot the cen

to go. It in a 'riirigrace against the I tury. It would revolutionize and expand LEGAL NOTICES County State Bank the original of which Iton fl.PRrEEM.D.. -

; i'rs ntelleiie} and manhood of our citizenship the orange growing industry almost file la tbe office of the Secretary of State. R., S

ll( ftLro: $ to permit two or three men beyond tbe limit of the imagination and DADE COUNTY STATE BANK Eo(Signet N. DIMICK) Attest: 8-3S-93 PALM BEACH. FMM

to away the scepter of an absolute remove .all danger from the frosts and -.-- President. GEO. L. BRASSIXG. .1

dictatorship over the vital educational freezes that now from year to year eiter 6-22 Cashier. LliUHMIAM.M.U.
Notice of Application for Bank
'iT life of the free people of Dade blight in large degree or entirely destroy SURGEON AND PHYUCtAX

I the trees and their fruits in the States Charter. ,
County IM .
where they are grown.he 4SI JJOTIOIn fyi u d lor Spttitlitt.Offlcc .
true must
"n, men everywhere
freeze in the Southern States in Settle*In hervbjr given that tbe nnderxlf! ned
demand justice love the truth. Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Circuit at Bcaldea<*- alUln Cuttat
Alii
1894 and 1895stroyid every orange will apply to the Governor of the!Stare! of -0-M
r manly men are the born enemies ofusurpers Florida for letter patpnt upon the following of Florida,tmdfor Dade County
tree, causing a loss nJX'J1 the crop expected 'L '
THO3IAHOX )
and quacks. They know proponed charter for a corporation to be /" Chancery. I ) I 1) ".
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of nearly 5000.000 and a ..Iam.a formed .
purxunnt to tbe Revised Statute ol
the value of them'. Quackery falsity e to the industry in general that has the State of Florlila and the acts amendatory JOBS' CASHES ) Office: Carat rl1c..,. "n.sad Olive IL.
VP. Via Divorce-Cross Bill.
I giveti life to nothing death to all been computed nt the cxtraordiuaryfigure there:f, for currying on a general bankIng NANCY CAIMER) k. WEST PALM BKACH. IXA.

things I Therefore, tirot of all let of $75,000*). It nil be five bnidonw at Went Palm Beach Dade It appealing from the affidavit of W. I. All kind uf i.d.yi.*.. *'J &_. to lfcprufcuioa.
If
L. Count/ State of Florida. Uobl crows and b 4e-wsek a
from before i growing is Metcalf. solicitor for defendant filed IB theabove Ilt Teeth rstracted wilIest
', our educational institutions, years yet range on a Dated thin lUth day of June. A. D. 189110 \. .pPC Mlit.

the least to the greatest be based paving basN and ten to fifteen years :. N. DIM 1CK. said complainant entitled cause has that left since tbe filing County his' and bUt UthceHutss'IbUL.adII4ple.u1a' .- ..

upon principlesof right and truth; before the orange crop is as large as it UEO. POTTER. State of Florida and that In his belief : ,
.1 at the time of'he disastrous weather. GEO. W. LAISIIART.B. ; '
was said John Casuier is a non-resident of
let the trustees of those institutionsfrom ,, M. BRELS FORD.
"Since that time," says the Wilming the State of Florida and that his place otresidence T T. 1J\ nL,
the 1 least to the greatest be W. H.SPITZ ER.
In unknown to tbe affiant; and J.
'QP1CAL5ON |on, Del., Star, "the agricultural department -
r t l men who are actuated by the living has been experimenting in ARTICLES OP AS-OCUTIOJf. that th.it the there plain U I IB to over In this 21 State years of the age service and OIK7I8T,

truth_:. _. not_.._ hv__ nv sordid. wlf.. interest.._ .'-_ ... c..iI;."':.._ .t, .ft.__ :_ .t._ t..;..., ,'.a "._...._ _. _.:___,_.__ __ _.H'_ __ L _. no.. one.... . .. .._ 'nr 4 t a .IftalafAte......._ lIVfrI_. lf......1....A..ft.._
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n of ---o' un .In..lvu v u.aura 'U III" -u vuv prI.o.v iii urgauitiuK au AHMUVIHtlon upon \\'nom'OUIll nina rue piamtm ana %'''''''''' to.V a C SflII --

1 or still wore1, belittling personal hope of producing one or more varieties for carrying: on a general bunking: bus- that the defendant has flIed. a crow bill and
\ CAHXEBIE having joined the Innw under and by virtue of the provisions herein.
prejudice and you Shall have laid th it will resist the attacks of frost and answer .YLI.ACK It. MU" ,
fellers he will of the Revised Statute of the State of Florida It U therefore ordered that you,John Cao- \V -
of "w literary ,
I rank the found", tioD of a solid educational that will possess; the other qualities not and acta ameudatory thereof. mer do appear to the cross bill and answer i

pardon the sustention that ho supplement prosperity in Dade;'you shall have, found in the fruit of today.. The nnderulgned. who have nbnerlbed for filed herein on or before SiifWJW (4 A. NT. ttb'tt

hw recent article on "How "The practical part of the work is being the stock of Atwoclatlon he..ufternamed. :. REAL lUAU AND "tUIA.CI. .
least the fountain from August 7th, A. D. 1899
at pure ..
: fur Pain tlrarh Town ata.
do enter Into the following: Artlekof Asuorlntlon Agent West LoU
'. 1 Made My First Thoiihand Di.llan which issue the countless streams conducted in a greenhouse ba-k of the : : being the first Monday the month. West I'''. beach Water W... *.

I with another on "Uncle. Sam as nEauy that pour their elements of life or department building, in the mall, under FIKBT-The name and style of this AMO- I It b further ordered that this order be published NOTARY Avenue nest n:$uttv i.iaCtematla .<,tr rt.21V7 .

Mark or How I made My the constant direction and supervision: nation ball be "THE DADE COUNTY Stars: once a week for eight consecutive &- Weal falai Itturk.: ITortJa.
death into the receptive heart of of H. J. Webber and W. T. Swingle.sp BASK." I weeks prior to*said 7th day of August, A. D.

)1tiIhonL"a the youth of our !land. ,SECOND-The place where its banking house I I IS'.t'J, In THE TBOPUL 8cn. a newspaper
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or office shall be located and Its operation published in said County of Dade.. State of
S A serious question, this. Any man physiology and pathology."Up Florida &: IIUTLKU.
of dlHcoanUng and depositing carried on,
The othYial envelop used at Tullabaa entrusted with the guardianship. of to the present the experimental and its general busIness! conducted. shall beWent Ordered this 1st day ot June, 1899.

: luiw by imprint that they a people's educational institutionsis processes have been reductive of the Palm Beach. Dade County State of [Seal.) A. F.QUIMBY SURVEYORS AND C/flL tx&xtin. .

outside of Florida and the business to be conductedby Clerk Circuit Court.., Office at WertP-J. Beach
arv porcbllM'lI and printed and will ever be, a dispenser ol results expected, but the most interesting said Corporation; shall be that of general, .W. L METTALP, Solicitor for Defendant. Lands a1Jl aaMlvldcd aad amp4 NrBbhed.

the Stiit. It i ill a hani and a disgrace intellectual or death to the Uos-. I and delicate stages are yet to come. banking. I sad. wtlinaUaK Selecting aid Umber grading a MwrlaUy.laad,.luraUlag Cait.

for tbe very head of our State terity of that people. No flourish or In the greenhouse there are at least THIRD-The Board of Directors of the Company --- fill and correct work RMrutctd. Uessa.

t i the enterpris- 1.000 hybrid growths from the seeds shall consist of five ahare-holdent baring DEBTORS AND CRED- mvalcaUoBi by mall rcceiva prompt att.-
I jrofenjment) to ignore rhetoric this, but actual fact-awful NOTICE S tlon. UaiMandBlmrribUit Lowsel tM-
: the qualifications pretMTibed by law. ceo WEST PALM BEACH FLA. tt-T-M
that have been crossed and next spring
I jog Uionery bouses and well 'act.' Let men look to it earnestly, The first meeting of nhare-holdcni for the Notice Is hereby given that all persons baring .
of these will be taken the
equipped printing establishment of it will Is the better for them. Let many to election! of Dim-ton shall tw held at Went any demand against the Estate of James
I Southern States and grafted on the Palm Beach Dade County, State of Florida G KOUOE 8. ADAMS,
deceased
and tbe'Stltf' C. Kicsley. are hereby notified to
Floriila, RO beyond us look carefully, }justly, wisely, into ,
orange trees growing there. Then at oDtbe1\tb'day of January A. D. 1900. or present tbemto the undersigned duly authenticated .

line for their supplies.Florida the real character of the men who least three years must elapse before the at Much other place or time aa the majority within the time prescribed by law,or Deputy Supremt CommatdtrMIGHTS

School Ei ouent. of the undersigned may direct. this notice wIU be pleaded In bar of OF THE MACCAIltl
| compose[ our hoards of education. grafted trees will begin to bear the fruit FOCBTH-The next annual meeting of the .: ( recovery.And .

I 5 a.* They must be pure men, unoeltith that is to be hardy, sweet, loose skinned share-holder for the election' of Directors i all persons owing said estate are required For the Matt .J FlttHa.
to ma..lmuledlale payment to me.
men, broad men, ('OO1mOD'sense men, and perhaps seedless. shall be beld at the b nklng house of the !3EORGE W. LALNHART Will Institute TMU anywhere la tfc.*hats.
TBE INVERNESS CHRONICLE ABLY For Inturuiattua add,..
AssociatIon on the second Monday of Jan- .
real manly men. A board of education "The history of the experiments is of Executor of the Estate
S fattovM it8 strong article on primaries nary. A. D. 1900,and of each year thereafter tlEOROE M. ADAM,
up interest. In Messrs. ot James C. Kin airy.
tbe ad that assumes the airs of a rare 1892: Webber but If no election shall be held on that day, Went Palm r Beach. Fla. .fi-1-99 West Palm Beach Florida "-
) by another, showing and Swindle were in the South studyingthe it may be held on any other day thirty day
ignted and! dominating plutocracy ; >, This eaty-slxth day of January A.D.
f Disability State'primaries, in thecourse diseases that affect oranges, and previous notice having been given in a newspaper 1899.NOTICE.. 1.36--99
that consists not with the single or published In Dade County: and all tbe SEMINOLE BARBER SHOP.
which
of it says- th-re the need of a hardier orange than I
concerted wishes of citizens, patrons election shall be held according to such regulations t
S versed modern political th usual varieties to their
No cue m : was brought as moy be prescribed by the Boardof Wm. 8cbaudt, Proprietor.
mtihods would hope to expect tor a or teaciiers; that neets every lauda- attention. This was emphasized by the Directors not Incousintent with the lawn SIC
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moment to see the present system ble enterprise of the teacher with disastrous frost of 1694 and 1895. The oflhis' State. ( Formerly at Hotel loyal Pula&aa.IOnly .

of appeals nominations addiessed changed to the, committeeor either by withering neglect, or sneering! diF. growers had sought to orercume their FIFTII-Tbuapltal stock of this Association 130'-' the Circuit Court of lug Seventh Judicial White Barber In the Town.Pock. t

by another contest before a convention pleasure; that constantly labors to foe by selecting for planting and development ahallbe 91.1.000. to tie divided Into ,' Circuit, Dade County, Horida.In .
shires ol |100( each.
unless some bold and capable hold the teacher in mean 8uLjl'CtionI I seeds from only th. hardiest But the capital stock may be Increased Chancery.H'RI. Wai'l'ala Florida.

ti leader would canvas the State of the trees growing in their fields, but from time to time an may be deemed eipe- t
LOIUR KICUCHTS.
to it like some contemptible hangeron -
and stir the iutere of the masses ,
t. up even these succumbed to the severe at dlent,to any sum not exceeding 1100,000, DAUBER 81101 .
r to such the a pitch reins that of they would re- or low, vile parasite say that tacks of the tnvading'. >ld. I as provided by law. Tbe Indebtedness, Mill 8ulIlII: A.SNELL, AND 1 Bill Foreclose to CITY .

Mime allowed government be such a board is a menace to all right "In the meantime experiments con- the Association shall at no time exceed pie ISTUin' B. SSCLL AND Mortgage.
which have to
they duC'ted by Mr. Webber in this city amount ot Itt capital stock paid In and remaining Banyan Street.
S JCSTCS CHANCELLOR.
etolea from them. Such contingen progress, ia the educational I life of turned 'thr I
out unfavorably : ugh no undiminished by loss or otherwise,
del are improbable. the.society that supports it. By the fault of his own. Therefore, it was notuntil the -'
except as" tided In Section 2184 of To Mrs. Susie A. Such and Irving B. Sacll, 6-9-ti MILO COOPEB.: Vr.. ...
due to teacher and true 1897 that succeeded in hybrid Revised Statutes add Justus Chancellor -Greeting: appearing
a. reverence a a .. __.. __ L :_ __ ..
izing sac orange in 'a way to insure tne SIXTH-The Board of Directors, a majorityof from the affidavit of W. L Metr U. solicitor for

I S A GOOD DEAL: of plain talk w noted man. if I must bea low-llfed,sniggering favorable result of planting or grafting. whom shall be a quorum to do business, said complainant, filed in the above'entitled To Rent by the Hour or De,. 1

.5 these dependent in order to teach in He had found, prior to the hybridizing, shall elect one of their number to president cause. that yon are each of yon non-midenU of

J (!, the Florida pres% iLiyc.There Dade County; or anywhere,-awiiy that the Jaj.anese trifoliate orange, although of thin' Auioclatlon. who shall hold his office the State of Florida, and that la his belief Susie OHbY HEW BICYCLES 19 TOIL 1 :

S Is a great deal of discontent its fruit Is small and of little unless he be ulsquallfled (or moved for the A. Such and Irving B. Dell are residents of

S and dissatisfaction. A rather ei with your teaching! I abhor, I Utterly value except for preserves is deciduous, term for which be was elected a director, and 30 South Seventh street,Minneapolis,State of N xtDoorNorthofTropicilSnsllockw. .1 .

S detest i it "UiVt'lLP. liberty or and so hardy that it can be grown they shall be authorized. tbe absence or Minnesota, and that Ju Chancellor U a res- R. MITCHELL .
i is from the 1
j I treme sample quoted give me death I 1" Xay. let everv. true without protection so far north as Philadelphia Inability ol the president from any (BUR,to dent of Chicago,Cook county, Illinois,and that Proprietor. *
A number of thes
Bronson Times Democrat: trees bad perform bill duties. They shall elector appoint you are each over tbe age of twenty-one yean, J
will not the democratic autocratic teacher maintain the dignity and independence I been planted in the department grounds a cashier and other officers and clerksas and that there Is no one in this Stale upon l
"Why
committee call a state primary of his office. Otherwise: and in spite of the cold had borne fruit may be required to transact the badness whom legal service can be made in your behalf; "
k IJ of which, however, was so small and bitier ot Association shall ex the salaries i ordered do to 4
S in obedience to the wishes he but dwindles down to : the ; they It; therefore that you appear
the people Conventions are dominated a mere puc| as to be good ny preserving. It [ tu be paid tb..Dlllnd continue them In office this bill of complaint filed in said cause, on or ,

by railroads and corporations, !-el-show, a fanning pmiiigute,scarce occurred.to him to cross the Japanese or dismiss them, as In the opinion pf a majority before the < '

and the men who vote have' no voice worthy to give instruction ton lineal flourish variety with in the the South different to get kinds the Lardy that I of 'he Board the Interest of the Asso 7th Day of August, A. D. 1899 S '
officers. The and they shall geier
I in choosing sta e committee iHtkm may demand J
will not trust the people' andS descendant liaalam's ass! quality. The practical work of hybrid- ally do and perform all acts which It may be the same being legal rules day. An .

the people cannot trust the commit To attain twees, that i is, anything .zing then commenced, and the mature &egal'for a Board of Directors to do. under It U further; ordered that this order be pubUhed 1
buds of the trifoliate and of the other '
itself of the State ot florida. making all for four consecutive weeks
tee, bat it perpetuates through deserving the name, the relations kinds selected when the laws once a ijetk ,
machine governed conventions andS were they were by-laws prosier to be made for the government prior to Kid 7th day of August, A. D. 1899 InTHE -.
the people wilt be slaves until they' of (wards of education and the nearly ready to open. The tips of the of tbe Association not Inconsistent with TROPICAL SUN, a newspaper published in advertisementin ,

rise in their might and overthrow teachers under them must be mutually corolla were carefully pried apart until the law or these article Dade County, and State of Florida.

S the traitors who are running the and har the stamens were txposed. IB these IEVENTH-Tblll Association shall continue Oreered this 3d day of July A. D. 1899.
sympathetic helpful
democratic party" flowers the anthers, or male element, I. lor a period of fifty years from the date of [Seal]. *. F. QVIMBV,
t monious. The board must respectthe ace attached to the filaments by very the execution of Its organization certificate i Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Fla.

I' a.af rights find privileges of the slender threads. which are easily broken, mless sooner dissulved by tbe act of Its W. L UETCALp Solicitor for Complainant.
and .
the simplest method of removing
share-holder In manner provided by law. 699 i'A! .
SEXATOJI HOAR, of Maasachuaett teacher; the teacher, those that belong the stamens was to pull them off with EIGBTHTbPllArtlt'lt'll of Association maybe ? THE SUN

S who U perhaps the ablest man in to the board. fine pointed forceps. This! process is changed or amended at any time by the
termed and
euiascplation it
I the republican party ea>s : "The The whole County must be regard great care had to be exercised during not to share-holders, and meetings in the manner be called prescribed for this bylaw orally PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
may
Republic ed as one school with the stamens and .
downfall of the American great common open accidentally pollinate other purpose, a& provided by the Stat. will

commenced when William McKinlev the board as its principal and every the flower. ute or the State and the By-Laws of this
"After emasculating the flower
a bag METCALF
wits inaugurated president." Can teacher a co-worker. Let the teacher of paper was passed over the twig bearing Association.The W.
I names of tbe officers \\'be shall conduct
I the republican party be held together assist the board ; let the board direct the flower and tied around the stem the business of this Association until those ATTORNEY AT- LAW. bring results
in such a to
as excludeiusc.ia
I under the 1 leadership MI'Kirlw? advise. encourage and heln. the _11 :...a.t.way A.,i t __:__eflectnally_n.._ W_ P._ elected at the first election shall be qualified NOTARY PUBLIC.
AU aun iwi ol u :
VUUCU. in a lew are as follows, ti>-wIt: E. N. Dliulck, FreeIdfnt Will practice la County,sun aDd Federal
Theldea ia rulicnlous. The re-oo II.1 teachers; and let each amid all work days, when the pistils bad time to mature Court
U. D. Hendrickgon. Vice-President: 1
l IDa lion of MrKiuIey' for the presidew in harmony together for the common the sacks were moved and thep Geo. ;L. lirannlng. Cashier; W. H. Spltzer LAND CASES A SPECIALTY. and will .
stils pollinated by rubbing the stamens Office In TROPICAL Sun Block,
followed bin de- end"t of all Assistant Cashier; E. N. Dimlck,U. D. Hendrhksoti. .
/ would be by development over them. Then the sacks were replaced West Palm Beach Uade County, florlda.I ....
E. M. P.reUford, W. M. Brown
few t. The p 'ople of this country areS that is noblest and best in eveiy and took allowed to remain until J aniea Prltchard Directors.IN bring 'em quick.
fecundation
I, opiMMttl to an empire. Urnnt wu nWn pupil. Are we doing this in our from the action of place foreign and pollen all danger was WITNESS WHEREOF We have here LEX St. CLAIU-ABKAMS.

of Dade? If where l lathe unto net our bands this 19th day of June, .
the not.
[ ".r ,nnu than McKinlev, yet County over. The seed? of the fruit resulting
8\116l\i,0" that be ivaa favorable to fault and who \is the father I Iuf were taken and properly labeled, after A. fI. 1899.Signatures. ATTORNEY-AT-lAW, Just it.
I w'-ich they were planted in the : Residence! : JACKSONVILLE, FLA try

-t an .fuirirt| .>. cuuwHi bill defeat for a it? Let us look to tbe matter where in less than two greenhouse C. D. HENDUICKSOS, Lake Worth, Fla,
; years they Practice In all the Circuit Courts, State and
nomination for the prJney by H and be just about it. have grown and thrived in temperate .:. N. DIMICK, Palm Beach!' FlaG Fetlrral.
temperature. In the EO. W. POTTER. West Palm Beach, Fla I 12-21MJ8. .4''
Ui'iin national convention. I'n- Many of us feel 1 that we have not many cases pet fed
S r trt& crossing of the varieties can he observer GEO. W.IJ11SHART, Palm Reach, Fla

_ _ S triotk-Aiiierk-anrttiren*, no matter/ met with that consideration and by examining the )leaves. The trifoliate E. BREUSFORD. Palm Beach. Fla

to _hut ,political pnrtv they belong, jiititice from our present Doard oi has while a leaf the ordinary that is small orange and leaf pear is shaped, JAMES W. M. BUOWN.PR1TCIIAUD- -- TltUHVllle.Tltus-Ille. Fla.Fla, 13OPB& BitOOME

are opposed to nn empire. Education; in Pada which U due to and iar er. The hybrid that wholly longei W. H. 8PITZER. Palm Beach, Fla ATTORNEY8-AT-LAW,

S ijiu tie worthy trachem, accepted and unites the two has a leaf that i is )larger GEO. H. MALTBY
ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.
than the trifoliate, but has the latter a STATE or FLORIDA.) ,
endorsed by the best and mot in. chief characteristic S t'orxTYopDAiia jOn 5- -99U
AN OPEN LETTER. this 19th day of Juno, A. D.18UII..Le-
telligent people for whom xvo have 'If the seedlings that are grafted on. ---D1LEaIN---
fore E. N.Dimlck,George .
me personally came :
t VrfctrB for THE TaoricAL SU'I.i tailored. In all justice be it said that cannot the Southern he k'lled trees iu develop blossom a fruit that W. Potter, George W. Laiuhart. i.:. ".8".1.- C. HOOD, SI. D, Household 1

Not In the prit of vituperation ;iI in my seven mouth's work us prim ipal i- by the winters iu that section.or the maturity cien.I I 'or,) and W. H. Spitser, "..1 know to me to ia. Furniture
i PHYSiCIAN AND SURGtOH. ott
I not for any aelttsh purpose of my of the West Palm Beach school, tists will tee) that they have been suffi.cieirly be five of the persons described in, and who
executed the foregoing Articles of Association -

c I: own. but for I love of the, ripht. the I received noenconnigement.no sympathy [ -I j growing repaid then for all would their not efforts.he attended Orange I and who severally acknowledged: that Office and Hotel Eesulene PALM BEAC1I.near Royal Polnriana 11-1-98

trnth in nil thirtr| -it hwonies in- no help, or si xt to none, I by the great risks that now encompass I they executed the same for the purpose

- t. eOllib lit on rn' to speak my senlifivinv from our Board! of Education, in it. In addition, if a hardy orange can therein set forth. Funeral SuppliesA
he produced that will live in the North In witness w hereof, I bare hereunto set 011 T D. BROWN,
-4 ; ml'Rt..ln .... to the nluiulioimlhinp anthiuu I did or proposed for the I I and yet have eetness and juiciness band and official seal the day andyear above. IS.

1 I 'fltatUI. ,of : in Pmle For the good of the school. Something isI 1 lof the Southern fruit, then the work of written.WILLIAM 1. METOALF, [Seal.[ ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. SPECIALTY.

I !ft the be ripbted. nature will have bren wholly improved Plans and specifications prepared.
high liMtuUI iijo""l wrl !itr r.vme wroi g; wrong Xota'II'uhlle.1
I by the hand and !
f itlirlligenceofma.
: We b that the above Is true Jobbing work linn prompt attention at
J.nnH.HilfiI.: : "" 'certify a
and! others The West Palm
Interstate
dinf'lt't.l'liljll,1 Grocer. Beach Fia
I -I .'h'. r'aIinj: .copy. of the propotei} chatter ul the linde: p on Datura Street.


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'1., !THE TROPICAL Sty WEST EAttt BEACff .
FLOBIDA, THURSDAY, JULY ,6, 1899. J S




i_ : tLUF: THE flOLLfiR. spondiugjy.lowers silver prices advances in; I th each the? same 1 value per ratio.cent of gold declineof and WHERE, OUR MONEY GOES i -WORK OF f mf E COLUERS.[ I WHY SHE WAS CAUGHT.-I r Yif1kA.i 1 ;


.The 'smalt amount of silver mintedby .......and Panned V..t ...the Colra'lCaptar

Net In the Metal, but In the 'the United States prior to 1878 has Europe's Annual Demand Upon I Explained. |

no significance and contains Important Duties There was a dramatic little IncidentIn
no Performed
argument They Benefits
to Commerce Which
the United States.
Number. In Circulation.DEPEIDEIT : The Latin Union. with its 15}* Annapolis Just tefore the captive

r .. I ratio offered gave it a rating of but During the SpanI I Spanish officials sailed foi theft \ViII Follow th OpeningoftheCinaL
I homes In Spain. Cl Jef Engineer Milligon. -
41.29 Of course with this difference ;
WHAT WE PAt FOEEIGN: U7ESTOESInterest ish-American War. I late of the Oregon was living Io!
OH
VOLUME OF UHIT3.tk countries would
foreign;: get all our silver ,
Annapolis. lie bAd gone there to visit I
.
'
t. but it was paid for in gold or its his family. I| --

.. equivalent so that onr money volume GAVE SPLENDID SERVICE "I want to Introduce &>
.. tk. rbI. on Foreign Capital.".... rOd to nol WILL OPEN NEW FIELDS
People Reeoicnlse Bonet J'
received due
compensation although it said a fellow officer, as they ,
i I. VMt ... Ik. Hlmtm Are ThrownOSWB was in the yellow metal instead of the Ia This Country Aggregates aa approached a dark-visaged Spaniard I -

,.- !. Both lietala the Coumtry: white material Enormous Sam-Partial Lilt of The Difficult Problem of Keeping who was lolling comfortably across Only Forty Miles Divide the Two
Properties Owned by Allen*-Money the gate separating his quarters from .
Prior
Will I'ro peCo..r..e4 .Cor- to 1873 three factors governed Warships With Coal -
4 I..., K"Iee.. Dow1I--_ prices-viz: Supply of the commodity; Spent by TonrUf Class.Sixty Supplied the road. ] Great Highways atCommerce 1-
Solved. I Then the Chief Engineer of the Oregon -
Speedily
< demand; volume of money. Anyone
: of the and
cent stocks
per clasped hands
over the woodengate -
Tbl thing called money ia wholly the .
factor being givEn. price was governed
bonds of the vast Pennsylvania railroad with the chief engineer of the -
I- cmtlcn of hw. When the vertignpo..er by the one remaining. Since 1873 a Coallnf at Sea and Its Attendant
system is said to be owned in Europe. Danger Cristobal Colon. Pursuer and pursuedwere J Bm..auGi.ai.atk.tl.a .5 n..

decree that certain coined iuuUf fourth factor has entered into price Nearly all the Illinois Central railroad and DUeomfarU-Precaution N.ee-.. uprto!

ial abaft be a legal: tender for till par- caused solely by two separate money extending from Chicago to New to'Gnard Against Accident, Whicb Few energies had made our great battle- lUrUllty Ma. .
M Ut *4lf fcttl*'*>
,-I fotea vhatmvcr and that the symbol standards. It if the value of silver as Orleans with great city properties aud People Appreciate Light ArmamentThey ship leap after her prey like a hound "ttlUr ......,* la* Work Ik*

: B>. "dollar shall become a unit of measured in gold The first three factors branches and laterals. is owned in Hol Carried nad Kl.k Tko aU.I after a rabbit was goon chatting amiably Y ar 1UM4 WltfcMl Ii..jm
being given. price now depend with the officer who had driven .
Tfle&ION.tbe demand for that coined [BYLIEUT. ARTHUR I
:: DCTTON, u. s. N.]
upon the fourth factor. This applies to land.Great I his engines In the vain race to escape The case for the .."tft..t ft*
material becomes unlimited. When in the immense
tothli ownership There tital after other of isthmus which untie.
all manufactured was one feature of the every ship the squadron the ktrtbrra
decree la added permission for any products grown or by properties of the New York Central Spanish-American var vrhi*. in view had been lost. and lItJuth"mUIt'fit"lI11
4. citixen present the toateriaf at the silver .1hl ng countries in competition Railroad company and all its vast rail- of its vast importance, has receivedbut "How did It happen that we over and thus divides the .\Una tic slid IN 1 1I"

: mlnu for coinage free"of expense then with gold using countries It Is the road connections is held in Eurore.A a beggarly appreciation outside ol hauled you so easilyr asked the 1'aciflc OwauA U juvmimsl I.? a

., l the encoined material becomes of like curse of all gold countries and the cause controlling interest in the Great the technical world. This was thE American engineer. 'The Oregon Is glance at the map ut t.... Wrtrra

"ralo* with the coined metal What i ia of oar depre>lion. Tariff cannot cure Northern railroad running from Lake collier service BO promptly instituted a siiteen-knot ship at best while your* Hemisphere, amid to the Bitu*| uf ritt i

tine of guM would be equally true of it The bounty in favor of silver coun Superior to the Pacific ocean. ia owned and so successfully maintained by the was commonly credited with a speed caPable of discerning i tb* *.**kl of

: .lira Equality of nee granted by the tries is 100 per cent The trail of competition by England.A Navy Department from the moment of twenty-two knots." events In the day la wUk-b .r II.., toentatiilnhed

law gIves equality of value The all made by Japan and China in controlling interest in the North- hostilities became Imminent. "Alas." said the Spaniard she by a ..tudy vt tim..MfOMfr

powerful edict. proclaiming that in tbe manufacturing is daily discernible from era Pacific railroad. lying south of and Coal has been long recognized as an never made that ppecd wen at hoi The Atlantic and iVdnc 14.rta 11wtwo
San Francisco through Salt Lake and essential factor in modern marine warfare trial trip. She was rated at 20.2 knots great highways of the planet T.
abefic of other contract alone aa extensive as the last named railroad. t
money Denver to the east If it has not reached its importance increasing with at her best It Is an error to KUPIXIKC! them all other an .ul .Mbtiy-- I
tendered for is owned in
-. can be debt and in exchange Germany. that she made "
the and ever twenty-two knots. Juncts. or in the i .
the homes of New England it steady now almost! complete I'\'Lstlo."bil'| M tiro
for other things of raloe makes surely Large if not controlling interests in :I disappearance of sail-power. How to; "But. even HO," said Mr. Mllllpin. uated fitciwlon! whatt-vrr iMr rfoar'.
i is its markets The orient sellsa
It the worshipful Insatiable desideratum flooding every other' important railroad in the keep belligerent fleets supplied with it you should have escaped us. You acter, their dlwuxli or tMr .*...
The constant. persistent and in given quantity of goods at, say. 50 in United States are owned by European In time of war has been a problem toperplex were driving her hard." tioua. At the IVulral Amrrkan Ulb- '

:- latent demand pressing against the gold which bays 100 of silver pays 100f inventors. experts of all nationalities "Yes," for the 1irlit hour we did maui tint two great tbruula: routes

limited sappy enhances ita value!, espe ) debts. all fixed charges of interest The immense Carnegie Iron works nt ana.It Is both curious and gratifyingthat I ui>on which ti| (* nmiuwn *f the.

eially when either supply diminisfies orpopulation taxes and the like while our manufacturer n flnac1004_,u._,. in._ .P.nn..lv..ni.-UgJ"uu..... .D..n..nct..'" Uti....... the United_ __ n'n States_' which n _'__ _had__ I world and th.. twmrrvwi of ttx IUIlkifte ..
progression and expansion must sell for the same 50. which principally in Scotland. never in its peace-time manoeuvres, i de.ik'fl4( art divKhnl 1 by a ic of .tottd.4f L ....

pays but 50 of his debts and fixed The in undertaken practically to solve the I:
iocrnuM controlling interest the famed Ii > l .
charges. This is a bounty of 100 percent problem, should be the first one to do
It.. estimated that there are $30. Pillsbnry flouring mills at Minneapolis
so-and satisfactorily at that-under II i
in favor of the heathen and. worse AFAJJk2-
000.000.000 of debt demands matured the largest in the wcrld. is owned in the supreme test of war.

and maturing in the United States than all onr manufacturers stubbornly England.The: .
. taw The laws which instant sit still and earnestly advocate this robbery iron mines of the .. I
follow great Lake Superior --" '.- "'=- '-:'- I-
::: : -
legal demand permit the sheriff to tell Our labor suffers with half or no region. said to produce 10.000.- :=: ----.::;:.:-z.--- -z-::::;
employment and low wages. because of : .__.:.a .- ___- =: = : .::.:
the 000 of iron =
:; wrca lifetime accumulations to tons ore a year are largely -- :-. -

HHvt the del* Poverty i ill the horror of falling markets brought about by AM held by English; investorsA -.====:r I ..----.:..:. '- .

it mankind Tramps crime and tTiminallpion tHc competition cheap silver and dear controlling:; interest in the great 0-_:..-. ='. __ -- ==ot- !
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'"
.... : -
are especially the product of poverty gold. These have no sympathy for the smelters in Denver and Omaha the == --i. -" :

Insanity and Klf destruction arrtb distressed. Advancing prices. prosperity largest in the world. ia owned by Eng 1 -_... ,
: bone of and unlimited consumption seek the lishmen. -
... car present condition The
i!r Bwtal oat of which this thing-money l laborer at wages coniuuiensnrate with Foreigners: own immense" interests in I == I

U made hu profits and good times. the breweries of the if I "1'1' "
IIOthingbatever.to do country largely I WAS NOT COAL, IT WAS DIRT. S
with' its ..Iof''. Any material however The true measure of wages is founded not controllingly. The largebt bankersof well," Bonet replied; "but after that 5.1s.I1.ANorTh1apA4AstACANAL.

dMtp. might bo employed so far a* I upon the employment of all labor New York are foreigners or reprsentativ'es \!- bad, bad. I'll tell you Senor, we had

valoe ia concerned. Paper ia inexpeneive ers. The farmer suffers still more. He of foreign banking houses! just enough good coal In our bunkersto

for such purposes but gold and sit ia 45 per cent of our entire population These are the great gold shippers.A last us for one hour under forced ,
'
vet for various wise reasons have been lie consumption of goods depends entirely large percentage of onr fire and draught That was the last of the :!
upon his financial ability. The coal we brought with us from Spain. which at any rate on one of th# |roposed
. declared the true metals and principal marine insurance is in foreign insurance -
line
their table ia a sample of his tribulations on After that we bad to use the poor, of 'vrratis bat forty _______
lybecaoaacf liuittd supply which companies.
A COLLIER miserable stuff took aboard at mile In wldtu-but nx.* lulk*. 'tagrf
five products and every commercial industry AT WORK. we San _
: atouatically regulates the volume in Five-sixths of all the freightage of than the channel exciitcd by lural
tiago. Ah. maledicto! It
not coal
follow in his He was ;
; accordance with the ,yield from themines must footsteps. our foreign commerce is carried in When the war broke out this country It was dirt We might\ as well have enterprise for the MAOrlilrr ship
has been forced silver
to meet competition did not possess a single coaling canal
i foreign vessels. "
this
put fires and the
on onr disgusted
-
I The volume of money nniti in actual for 23 years. To be sure silver Foreigners own millions of acres of station beyond its own immediate Spaniard kicked contemptuously: at If It were necessary to rmpimitlM by
prices are normal. but the silver with coast line, fit is true that we had any particular claim of .l Mlvaa.,
t circulation determines the value of our, farming lands the yellow dust in the road. "You did icu
-- (Hotter and consequently prices, and which Liverpool buys each 100 of prod They own many millions of dollars grants Page, of Samoa land for and the at purpose Pearl at Fago- not gain on ns during that first hour, tase. the general U'tjcftt to '.munfca
ucts from silver countries ia now procured in valne Harbor. Senor. "After that pouf! ire all which would most certainly fallow this
were
trfaci the people realIze that the inter cf our city properties. HawaiI. but those were all and not to
with 50 of gold and hence 100 but still opening r of the Interocrauleanal. wt
standing !r
nt ?alo of the dollar is not in the Their mortgage: loans overspread the be considered in a war with Spain. ;
costa but 50. and fhrmers must Chief Engineer Bonet thin! would) base that particular mum, Del
oar com :* America -
face of the
UetaL but it Coal
mlely dependent upon the country. being contraband'of war neutrals
It ia the fourth "ruicf factor has a white elephant its Lands upon the shortening of the dihtaac
pete. or on
volume of noita. the minta' wilt be Foreign capitalists own hundreds of could not furnish it, except in such in the capture of Cuba and Porto Hico between the winters and wvt.rn m'**
the GOLD vAura or AV ACBE'S PBODCCT.u millions of United States bonds and small quantities and under such restrictions -
j i'' 1r9LpFe1 to .both...I eU)% and In parting with Chief EngIneer Mllli- boards of the United State or npDO
i < ': country will prosper If it is Still wn'; -Wheat- .--* v 1872.Ill 00 1804-IIlton. M tate bonds and they own. untold millions as to frequency as to make rltbe Spauird said most leuiuly, the political rain to acrru from .be _

!, I .r ttnded that there ia "intrinsic"! value 23 65 8 W| of city bonds and other municipal The their Government'possible supplies Inappreciable. "I congratulate the American Navy' reduction of distance bvtwvrn tfco
1 la the metal who will answer thin Corn 11 80 70) obligations in the United States and was therefore, compelled Senor but I cannot congratulate the naval outfitting port on Un LmlUrtH

question-vis T Thews are 4.000. Hay.............. }18S 84'Oats. vast amounts of other properties not to rely upon Colliers and a American nation." Atlantic ami the inilllppln 11IIA...
say. .............. 981 4 WTotal.$9) fleet pf twenty of these wetv secured though these rwulU would In Iniimrt-
000.009 of gold units in the world. ,__ I here specially! stated So great has become fitted out and! loaded with remarkable
but the
ant fffrct
which we call dollars. The nee of gold |:U3 &i : the aggregate of all these owner- celerity at a total cost of atUO,579. I' Mlxtaki-a for a tnbaao." on which would be
Average per aura ..... 15 18 6 OH + One of the unsung heroes of the war. produced upon the tropical dUlrkU of
to confined '
aokly to the arts and for ships in United States properties by Tile relative 8ma lnp8S of this gum the west l the
1'1 construction aa4
One hundred and rilnet- million says Robert I). Cramer in the Atlanta ,
money lymbok The arts employ say. vo foreigners living in foreign countries j I may be recognized when It is known "Constitution." Mr. A. working of the canaL T ________
If9.000.000 that all acres were employed for these crops in I that the : be less than that theseiweuty colliers was W. Lynian.
Suppose aggregate canpot both
/ kept
per year. : of New York, who was In charge of the Then are other M-UOB for the <""_ _____
\lib'nations which outlawed silver 1893 7000.000000 or $ .00Q000.000. 'withan the Philippine and the North Atlantic Associated' Press headquarters at Sib- frtrnttlon of this great Junction of *1w

.. C/lhonld[ now outlaw gold then there Total average value of theta crop average of earning of not lees than fleets well supplied With the life Of oney, and stuck at his post until bo seas-reasons! xo many and no MgUy

would be 40 years' supply on the Total In 1872 value(acreage in laW of(same 1&3).acreage la.eao.ouo.oou 1\MJ.WI: : 5 per cent per annum. Bebides. there'I naval efficiency until the cbsv of hostilities was sent home to die. lie had a remarkable that they have InipreKwd OWN of per.npicacity .

rorld'a markets without further mining are great' numbers of wealthy people and for some time after. The adventure while on duty and enterprise for I\"p'r..

prewipg against the then imugnifi- Lrt<" toFerdinand
U>a to the entire silver west on out. and the admirable system with di
cant demand for the arts. What would. silver, baaed ou the highest pro- countries-tourists who live expensively which convalescent soldier stole hilt hat Ix-xst-pn: wen who were _
they their
performed functions In advance of \
their
ita.Value bet i What would be the relaa -! dnclitn ever obtained per year. and invest large sums cf American will always be a monument to the and he bought another from an Insurgent when other time. nx"i wlui MWclenrly
U,. value of New .. 8,200OOU: in luxuries It was a typical piece of native turn wen hllnj
and
England prints, with money European costly Equipment Bureau of the Navy Department Cuban men who agreed ax to the n L't nwlty for 1

fO years' supply on themarkcta: of the Who >of us escapes calamity And I productions. The sums so expendedhave wide. That headgearitli night: as Lyuian a brim a yard tl.o junction but who differ I ... U. tbe
world without addiJonal manufacturing yet in but a short time the manufacturer been estimated at $100.000.000 was returning -
They were all lightly armed with to his tent a guard on the manner in which It should l lie i ffivteiL
Universal prosperity dependent: will be begging the sympathy of yearly. This! is probably excessive but two or four (5-pounder S-pounder: picket line espied him. Out'of their dirTen-nces row the' dlffercnt .

upon a universal rise of prices toward the farmer. "Overproduction The the amounts are known to be. very rapid-fire guns am! all carried a moderate "Hey there, Cubano,1!! shouted the schemes pn>|H>un led fn,m tIme 7

.the normal The degree prosperity! world's wheat crop in 1891 was 891.- great The aggregate of all these Euro- supply of small arms; both provisions guard. "you're Inside the lines. Go to time: for a canal on the DirVji line;

000.000 English'quarters. at the dues investments in this as subsequent event proved, for a canal on the Panama !iH* for
depend upon the degree of rise. "There average pean on country back! 110 SAW the bat. but it was too ; i
can be no, material enhancement of in Liverpool of 41 shillings per: and expenditures by our tourist being wise ones.Considerable dark to make out the features of the waterway (fonu'il of Junctk.u sands

price without more money unitsThese quarter; in Ib92 it was 300.000,000 at classes may with fairness and moderation -I difficulty was often experienced wearer. at either extremity and of aa .slutlng

moat of necessity be primary the average of 29 shillings, and has be placed at 400000.000 each in coalius at sea from a collier Lyuian walked calmly on oblivious inland seal on the NicnraUii line; for
unless the water was smooth.Of n situ ) railway on the rchtiaiitepi'Q
the
very to hail.
nniU. as to lower the since fallen below 19 shillings. Meanwhile This is Europe's annual
so purchasing year. money course, in a snug harbor, such ag "(So back there. Cubano," yilled the lID<>. which w.ix the project' of the tele
of gold. The mints should be the world's population increases demand the United States to be
upon (
power Ouantanamo which was taken ex. guard, lifting his gun "or I'H shoot. Captain Kails; and other of "'!!IId In*
opened to ailver. in order that the 10.000,000 yearly. Paradoxical Yet responded to in gold or gold values in pri'ssly for this p rPoje. It U child's Still Ignorant of his portance.
danger and with
bounty benefits received by England on the less wheat the lower Us"value. No; new railroad or trade balances. play to run al. n;:>ide. make fast and no thought that, the call Of the.-(' scheinei hut tv.. rurvlve-* .

oar farm products become destroyed it follows: .silver always the other three hoist in the coal a* though at a dock, meant for him Lyman angry proceeded was on the I'auauia canal and the N!"-nra :,.. I '

By this .act. too. our manufacturers factors remaining the same "Improved TIME TO THINK. but off Santiago where there Is always his way. Then the Krill Jorgensen II
would likewise be method Y" Examine the column of declined a swell sometimes very heavy, <: '
benefited because! the went off and so did the big l>at. :;:: :::--rtI ... --:-
in countries. From 1849 Farm Product Price. the process waa a ticklish OlThe :: #
100 per cent bounty of the orient would gold to "'all While "Whoa- p!! exclaimed Lymnn com

be cut off. The following table shows! 1873 was a period cf advancing prices Trnut Priori tao I:,. greatest avoid care had fj be exercised to ing to a dead halt. "Who di-l that?" ,..?jf:1'l :-
Injury. Ilu/e bales
the value of coiamoditiea measured in and likewise a period of improved A goldbng metropolitan daily news over the sklt-s as fenders were ,lowered the "I did" replied! the guard who came ... or .",..

liver and in gold. These index onm methods because of the great gold paper feaya rushing up "I 1I:1tlmt hat aud 1 --
guns on the coaled had -- ,
ships to -
be ; ,
:
ben of from "finds" in California and Australia. In "Strawberries yelled to you to stop. Aiu't lnsurgtnt -- : :r ,.,......,-
priced Sauerbeck are com are so cheap! this sea trained well fore and aft, and a hun. you an .
piled from 45 free staple articles net August.. 1890. when the Sherman bill son that they will have' no difficulty io' deed other precautions taken. Yet "? I. '-=-':_::::. r }:_ _

Affected by,tariffs, One hundred repre- fcecame a law. prices with silver; advanced holding their own with the 'summer! nearly every time bolts were started, "Xo. said Lyman, picking! up the =-c- :-

acota tha normal in a few days more than 20 percent oyster lately discovered in New i,I plates indented and seaun opened hat with a hole through the crown. "Iain't ..-.. -"'-- .::: w.-1, I :z.

i For Sorely the "improved methods'were land." Eng.j more or less, the colliers naturally, be. I'm newspaper" man. Who thudevil .'..-,-,-.-_-. $i' ;_...;- ,
| Silver Purchasing Gold chasim net suddenly abandoned. Let the farmer turn which I I lag the greater sufferers, I are you? I II !! 1''' _"'- -..-.,. -
price In. prices I 'Tin a guard from the First Cavalry. .1; _, ?
power Few
power Dr Adam Smith "Increase the be finds himself confronted people appreciate the tfiseom- I .... '
India, of hllTer rtaplea. of gold saja may ty the p "Voluteery1 ,I ;- --. .. ..
o 1885-181! ...... 109 100 100 10J tvarcity of gold to a certain degree:: and same proposition Prices for his prod- forts the labor and the dangers of the ")es." I FINISHED PORTION OK CANAL

1112IHIin....... Wl m: 1U the smallest bit of it may be more ucts are so low that he can scarcelymeet collier service TLere Is no filthier "I ui :glad of that1*-looking carefullyat watt'rwty-aDlI tln-ir n-spiHtlve
110........... 100 100 121 job than coaling ship with the black pro
WU-IK...... tJ ICO( tan precious than a diamond. Doubling expenses. Cotton. grain and stock dust floating everywhere even the hole. "If you'd been u regularyou'd niotcrs and supporters stru ui.for th
..1tMI...... tr i 108 1Ju the value of debts ly halving the volume no longer paying. many farmers have I the officers' quarters and penetrating often probably have got me. Good luaslery. -

Wl-iaes,..... 103: of metal money will not bring tnined to fruit raising as a means ol r rendering life almost! : unbearable In the night" The termini of the canals tn 'oloo
ItMJM............ ... ... 69B MiUJ prosperity. Unless by legislation gold making a living. and this while hot weather or : And with as little concern .I> though; on the .\taltt coast and 1'.1:11i on
fear I a tropical
... ... summer. he had been
W* .. 60 167 stopped by a friend on the the line juliiin
April. IHa.ttopt .... ._ _. 61.? 103:I id lowertd and silver is raised! in value many people in the cities are seldom I With the men-of-war coaling took street Lymaa passed on to his tent Indl.would tl' two
..to ... ... ... 63.5 157ia there can be permanent improvementover able to pay for a taste of strawberries place only at 'lonj; intervals With the ., points! run nJlrIhuI!) frb

tfo,.. 1801... ... ... <<:.8 : the present! conditions Unless lbs the berry crop sells for but little more; colliers it was take in the targo first I 1 west lu,1 IIUt <'jl
'a4, ..... nutlet Fired at !an .Jnan. In ruili'9 .iiiaaurod
and <
then 1.'h"1'tll a
discharge it :
mints are opened to silver the than chargea. Under the nearly all the :
b upon express single
; "Have idea mid ;
eUkn and time. They were always in you any of the ailstorm: \ ty. 4il'4 !
ether firmDr9daetL..IiJ same terms with gold at a fixed ratio. gold standard trust regime the prices! rareIyadaypusiug without demand of bullets we went throu1.: : on san on tl line the CIl 11t1 u.a.U

> lID 60 200 the manufacturer and farmer. the en- ; of farm troducts continue to fall.' whil "n,,_",'<'ft"u.c" _...uell..__'- .io_ L.ue gone u.this' dis-. Juan hill?" saM,u, on___. ._>.f tb.tfl.____' _..........,..n. ."..t It II ronmonlr_ reimrtiil. n, _._ iimt___.. in n. .....
; Some of the lessons from the table [I tire country. had better leave all hope the trust controlled prices of the thingsthe ; Tbe colliers took great risks inrough from the the Sixth who had been in the liattl. course of the cduttructitu) Of tw 1"0

Prices continue the same in silver countries behind C. D GCRLEY farmer has to buy are boosted up enemy. Their aniameuts were so This started a discussion and dipt.Kennon ama rairoa.l. which ,&ennui! out

: which existed in the United States These are times for farmers and other light; that they would have been fijrared out .ipitroxlmatclyhow by an Altrlt ,'llII01. and of

prior to 1878 (coin basis) In other The Republic !. Safe, producers to do some hard. independent prey for any hostile vessel larger easy than many bullets w" e-fiml at the Sixth on which thfrlite I Is nearly Idrntical

words, 100 of silver buys 100 of staples Politicians may be insincere and may thinking-and voting-not on lines laid a torpedo boat or !armed launch. Yet that eventful day. with that of the pn>|Nituil .-'"11 the

eo much for "the 50 cent dollar' Its become corrupt. but they must always down by Wall street controlled* daily.newspapers. they plied to lend fro with Indifference! Gathered up on the top of the hill ins 11)'ln of!of a a Chinaman t.lev|>er ur :J and ,n f imry.
were: 1,300 Spaniards and with their w't'r" ( furntioniwhich
much have a reckoning with their constituency often hundreds of miles from possible
418)4 grains measure as today as Mausers they could lire 10 shots were nii'uctc! nm-urn-iitly
in of pr
succor
case attack.
ever ia this country and in silver conn- The people sometimes go wrong. in Guantanamo Off Santiagoand minute with the greatest ease, and by the constructing n.iiiiuiir Tliert

' tire*. Prices in all gold countries have but in time they will get right and we Manufacturer'. Pie. their rendezvous Bay. which became till makes 13.0iO bullets which were is much of iilrtiin-ttiUf ex.i/-:rrntloaaliort ,

declined to abbot 00 average. On farm bee no possible; grounds for fear that The idea of protecting a manufacturer early in Juue they after its occupation rained on the Sixth very minute. i the ,1"/11 hut U'i.i,..ul.tcdly .

.prododB the decline is to 50 or less. In the republic will fall It is in our against competition from foreignersin fire without the tregsuied were oftenunder The battle lasted for an hour and a the uiortitllty W'II very heavy In thu-. -

other words. 50 of gold buys 100 of opinion stronger today than ever before bis home market when he can undersell liege of retaliating although priv they half which I It<<' !minutos.. anti there days MS it was also in the ,i'ay of the

ita plexor..100 gold boys 200. This is and we believe that there never those same foreigners in their own sometimes eased their chagrin: by pop. were Wl times 13/KW bullets fiwl.! for i old eunal has compaiij. '

.- because of the 800 cent yellow dollar. was a time when liberty was more market is so strikingly absurd that it plus away with their little <5 pounders, the firing; was steady and (Il'll\ot M.-u-k I laborers Ilf Ilrl\.I can work by trial all tilt fll I
and when the of this needs to be stated whose bark np at any tfuie. This ml.'IIi 4.:1.-,111.( ort the
To to Mr. Cleveland) iria."ioopd'U1d precious men only to be discredited. : puny was amusing after around In tie 1

"honest"quo money. Logically a 400 country were more thoroughly in the Tbe tariff has become now simply the roar of the big guns of the bullets which the t\n were aMellll'nt.fired at- :uil the 1"with 1tl1du1'lnjr number t- II"'I.>l.lllnl at least; tii.it!I7 |n>ff r wot the

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eaot doUar. placing prices at 85 instead enjoyment thereof.-Richmond Times. a pure gift to the manufacturer at the warships.The war has taught thfs-- figures before one it U easy to may lie exM' -te
of 50. would become more ".ound" and expense cf the consumer and withoutthe that a modern fleet conclusively' understand why only miine SO of the feet health at one time- tha t .low' !P
The Natural R*..lt. least for must 1-ereafter fever and the oth'?r. drea '
necessity existing such favoritism. allmnc
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honest" The gold prices pab.liabed I have Its impedimenta brave boys who marched away ivturnt tmts
more as well
as the 0
Since McHanna entered the White Houston tropifal are not
POI
Imll-i-noH
t. 'd.The swanip-f: I
perfect monetary
: monthly are a army It must hare its colliers; its !
Panama and
barometer They speak with wonderful House the trusts organized amount to' repair ships like the Vulcan; its re- estimate of the numln-r of bullets : that with anhimryart ,
8.528.176,000 And that is what Weak Man at the fired given above Is EuroH| >ans ray 1"U there 'ur )'
the exact condition of the&imea yea I Helm. frlgator ships like the Glacier; its distillery conservative without yean ;
etoqnenee The daily barometer is found in voted for and did not know it. Some I With the Spanish war came a great ships. like the Iris. Without Its as the Mausers can easily tire It) shuts tot't.t'r such elperleimelniy.. thi i
any'rloi
did know it and at colliers it is per minute. and it is prohahlf that 111il. I fay
laughed but
Each people yon opportunity. we bad a president helpless. Without the
of silver. per ( ofI.\>e I
death
the daily quotations 2.WX1.000( bullets 'rt'sS :n
\, the lower- them I am glad to see you getting who was not equal to it-Kansas Pop- others its efficiency is seriously Irapalred. nearly wmin the all inca I'frt. 'hl
silver means I
teat advance in I storm of lead which the Sixth weath- tld-T l.i&
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Waylaad.
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.VfJJ.t .Of fold'fjd raising of price* con 1 red.-Cincinnati Enquirer. higMagazinc.- -e-. .' t t

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'i' TOPICS; THE SUNDAY- SCHOOL. EPWOET.-LEAGUE. ItI. ,THE HONEST PROFIT 11ouiL3ig


f' v. P. S. C. E. TOPIC FOR THE WEEK LESSON II, THIRD QUARTER, INTERNATIONAL THE LEAGUE' TOPIC FOR THE WEEK I. nt"UUABTERa rOlc-1

t f BEGINNING JULY 9. SERIES, JULY 9. BEGINNING JULY 9. Men's Clothing, Negligee Shirts and Shoes, v


I tt TgeMrNUYGruaPt.pv.dbylYn ._.. by Wn.-K.DuUl Ibber-8abJeetl vVlth C.mmBt BWm.-. K. htsker-Pre Ladies' Summer Dress Goods and Notions *.

..b rk.e.l.r 0......1 IU ........ A OM y_'..., Mark 0:7, o.ida T. ts Iteatel l..rpt.4 Im HI -1'0. Cumlderat'aB! A GIMH Tkcatlaa.

,i.. ix .'*. a* rt That U. Wvnld Mot Dcfll Him- Hark 8: 1. 12, IS, :JO.3t.: C ABL SCHREB CK. Prog'r. !

The dally readings leading up to the ...t. DuUI 1: .. The first verse of our Scrlptual les *
t abject under consideration, are as fol- "Higher critics" would have us believe son tells of Jesus calling the twelve .. -i
r lows-Mtm, feat; (Jen. 2:1-3; Num. 9: that the book of Daniel Is not apoltlus together Iud bcuoiug them ? '
I )ts'ruer: ", Ministry. John 4:1-10.25, history, but "aa imaginative story' forth two by two and giving them FURNITURE.
:a>; Wed., UeveUMon of God Pa 19.1- baaed noon facts. Gladden declaresit 'I power over unclean spirits. The Uth .

14 -Thurs, Communion with God, to be 'the noblest and most Import-\\ and 13th verses is a condensed report ,. Household Sewing Macnines, :
dark 12S-33; Fit. Christian fellow- ant religious fiction la the of the work they did in the name of ; The test Uirbiim llydc:, Ught RuuulhR and
th .&
irength Isa. 40:28-31 fIhuw I swayed by the so-called wlauom of the I, gave them. \'CIIlt.'IISOtca18: of the ,- ., --
who are no fortunate as to be it, with gathered together with
world. are satisfled to accept apostles being mole Agent for the famous Wall Trunk Mat
able to take a vacation laying aside cklld-llke simplicity as real history the Saviour, and making their report .,. -' trom made to OMIT. A Compleleliiieot
Uit4r daily duties or home cared, will and real prophecy, "written by Daniel of what they had done and taught, '' '
be greatly helper la upending 'it to himself; visions of events near at then lIe who had bid them go forth, 1
Uinr vwu Kuud aud to the glory of hand, but reaching into the far distant I i to labor, tells them to tame apart In a I FURNITUREvI
i Uotl. by giving the reading for each future." It is written in two !, quiet place and rest awhile. 'i hat was all dl'tlCrh'llubl at R..cL It.utom I'rkt-8. U.tbWholesale
day their careful and prayerful contI""UulL different languages Hebrew and Choi- a vacation the propriety of willeD cannot Iud Itclnll. Itnby
Carriage trout $6
I doe .the generally accepted explanation I I lie questioned. It was proper for up to |JO. Go Carts, ltelrigrrsturaiceChcets.
lte t, tttttt trial, U proper and necessary. of this Is that a part of the origi two reasons: First, because it was .Give Etc.
After God had finished the nal. In Hebrew, was lost, and the Aramaic well earned they went forth In their ... --
Iwateiu, the earth, and all the host translation was supplied in its Lord's name auu had done as lie bad We have '..tItl'ed
.., oi Uufiu" be rtkied. The rest came place. Peloubet says, 'The lesson is bid them; sevoiKuy, and malady, it was I Rockers a con.lCTmut of Oak inners aid s
that will lx
alter the work was done. There Is full of instruction for us alL We are proper because Jesus told them to take sold very li.w. Wehandle .
*great treed of more restfulness in these taught to do debt at all hazards, to it Even though we ate weary In body ,Y'IE.S the ttunui U.elau.l and IiambbriiIl
t" days of hurry and worry those who gain control of our appetites, keeping and have the l'OustloI.lillIKII that we

otunot tale a n-inilur Tacatioo con the body under: as a means of moral followed in the path of duty accordingto ,.,,.,,.,.'II.... attentl"a ti ".n .L \
aud auoulu, leant to rest after the toil education into true character Hence the Lord's couiLiand we cannot always aiern > our uau I)n res. V --
of the day and along the Journey of Its great lesson lies at the basis of temperance go aside null rest awhile but We l.uraut. SatM.ctb.n. both In gads> and IJJY/J I
i'rll'l'll.' tall: ..
on wn.l .
US. or .rdoh.
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lily proper aiicuuou should be given and reform and a temperate when the InwlIl"u'olle tells us to rest, your "
3 t to the wir of the body lifer but as to whether the book 18\\ we may and should take vantage'of';: 15 and 17 Laara St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. -ONLY .0.00 ...
It U better to wear out than to rust fact or fiction he says "The questions an opportunity to lo so. But If no opportunity ,
Out. but the wearing out should not are still open. The battle is not end Is offernl we should go forth The '4l: D. E. COOPER MTg Co.
hoax trout worry and lack of proper ed. Scholars are still divided In opinion > in His name, and He will give ns
rash, and it is well not to be too positive strength uufficlt-ut tor our 11a). Whit-
The children of Israel not only on either side." Well, we will I field once said Le was weary In the
\ i 'jouruord the command of theIjjfU. run the risk and will accept it for I i Lord's work, but out of it. Many of Chas. N. Welshans "
but at bin tvuiuimuudment Y what It is declared to be. and realizing I ns have realized: something of the
Also pitched their tents and Journeyed that the incidents recorded there really same feeling, and when the path of ,
\ IMrt. did occur: and that God caused the duty meant to leave tic rest and comfort
'trough our lines there will come: lions to have the lockjaw while Pan- of our homes, we hove willingly STATK AGENT FOB- ,
I eotutlfitly those times when we must lei was paying them a visit; and that went forth into the harvest fields to
.Uud:ktill and the of God. Hebrew chU- seed the
see glory the> Lord took the three 'I i "scatter the precious by way-
'"To be always at it" will Include the dren through the fiery furnace, and side :
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tinted wheu we shall rest by the way- brought them out without even the I, The topic Is more especially for those Longman Martinez Paints [1
I 1111t to tuuuuuue with the Lord 1 M smell of smoke uuon their garments, so who are fortunate enough to have a Sun. 1 .
that M e may iHfUlly renew our he will brine as off more than conquer regular vacation, and it Is Intended
ftmuth. and In taking advantage of or every time if we put our trust in that their thoughts be directed to the ... Lime, Brick Shingles
I UHI times of refreshing we shall be him. I! fact that a good vacation Is the kind .
Letter able to carry oa an unrelentleu In the last lesson we looked upon that is preceded by toil and when a
warfare agaiusi uu. Israel "during the years before its final vacation Is taken the Master should be Cement and Coal Tar.

The pbjk-al ivadition frequently captivity. TO-da.r we pass over our guest; to have Him with us, our '
blodvn aud haupeM our proper spiritual more than a cepturv of time and Into vacation will be!' a benefit and, a blessIng .
rftvwUi., so uy looking after the the kingdom of Judah. and look upon but to leave Him behind will meti.i\ Agent for Sickler's Peerless Cement Plaster.
"vutwanT'iuan we also help the "In that nation at the beginning Of its captivity that we will stumble into forbidden ,'. _

ward. But white we are resting, which tame upon it for the s lore paths and sinful, actions, We can to 13 South Hogan St., Jacksonville, Florida. lo. I.t8
either at mtaln intervals or when sins that ruined the northern king nothing without Him, not even take a

taking a specialamtion, every opiwrtuulty dom." much needed remit I .
i to advance: the kingdom of The Scripture lesson vouimt nces with In tarring a vacation we should be i A Chance to do Your t
1, 4JoU hould be seized and advantage the eighth: verse: Daniel did not be- careful that no opportunity). for doing I Dn t
take of ItJeuUH. liere that the ends Justified the means good Is let blip. Ul I I LE cnvo. (
I io hU earthly ministry, bfr- but he purposed that he would stand If we follow the Master through His I
taste MMf lu body and rested but firm *>eu though It meant apparent ministry, we will see that all Ills ret- ':
lie did not tuiw au opportunity to dod disaster: he would not weaken, even Ings were made a great blessing to FERTILIZER and PHOSPHATE COMPANY .
the cork fur wWch be had been sent though compromise would keep him
; some one, and In this case where lie f
of the Father. D'hra be came to the and rain him the special -
I out of trouble called the twelve aside to rest,'we read
of BamarU. aDd rtatd by Jacob'swell the he preferred! the Jacksonville .
rity favor of king: that lIe took compassion on the multitude Florida.
t he told the woman of the well appnning smile of the King of all J that followed tbem, and, after
I of Living Water and she, went forts kingdoms. The condition or kind of blessing thp five loaves apd two fishes, t
eUltiK the story to others. Bo, white the kliitf's meat no doubt conflicted .
all His log in.
He fed them ffti was !
t ere" ret we may also work for God. i with th* Jewfifb law The wine was service anti not from it l ..,. : If you are requiring Vnilizers for Vegetables,
lit UVlng vacations or recreation of refuivd. no dpjil>t. bran it was the Job. r.- .
any kind tare should be exercised that. kind that Mmo\eth ltsJf arightle Writing on a "good vacation' .Amos., Pineapples, etc, write to as and we can give you
It ill tudwJ tune lu the fear of the refusal was not of the bravado stYle, B, Wells says;
value for than other Manufacturer
Lord fur In that way alone can It be but he wisely requested the one Into A vacation pot to be vacancy.. A more your money any y
that Is not planned Is not perfect I,
rest
"A rood vacation they had been commit' .
whose charge
dealer in this State from
or or ai
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>jr
In the endeavor tU1Sf>>..OI1, Sabbath ted "that he might gut drflle, himself. rut thought and purpose Into you If
gdkxtl picnic or Social outing there The divine favor (verse 9), was with ,fun want to bring strength and< happiness ti other State.. Write for pamphlets, price, etc, .
warbe much of barm or of good; Daniel: he no doubt, was brought Into out of It. '
vrhk-fa Jt tfhull be depends up M tfurHve favor with the prince of the Eunuobn ;I The best rest U a change of employ to above address. I-n.,.
s i al : U jve participate in them tuoUf' by,the spirit of the Lord working upon ment. Just to do nothing. Is the hardest -
I i log that J VU>> U by our side and that th# )heart of the prince.. I! work. \ValkItyr on roilinir ground .
;.! e i nulU we are enjoying some of the i Att4 the prince of the eunuchs said Is easier than wnl&lng oa the level be-
.1 Uewta, wlikh b# has provided for I unto ItanM, I tear my lord tie) king caruw you bring V new fets of wusdel. i : ATTENTION MEUCI1ANT8!

1 Ill. we uy return wltU a shout In the who bath appointed your meat anl ,' I .
l H I air It we speed our Um tlm) such a way your drink." I 1111 jour vacation with work for
that me would be raugfajt up to meet "Mi-lzar" (11th Terse). 1M not a prop ,; God and He will make it the merriestof THE MIAMI BOTTLING WORKS
; laur-then If be comes or oot U tJwt er name but sienlnVs as it U render jour playtimes.A .
time, the outing or vacatJl trill do us 10 the revised version, "the Steward," rood vacation must la of a piece [[a prepared to deliver EXPRESS PBIPAID, to all responsible partita
.t' g4A df tb,* chief butler, who take charge I with the life must be planned to be lorkThe
goat vacation" iu 'im tint via of the f uud- harmonious with it. If your life pur- BOTTLED SODA, POP, GINGER ALE, etc, ;
I lid take Jesus with tie wUewer Wi'j Py 1)ulse" (12th fel'll'), we are told pieces cannot lie advanced by your sea-
(o. 'anil while enjoying oun&Irea we that D nlt4 peant"gnila, vegetables i sobs of play. they are not right purlQss Patronage ,f Dade County Umh .u Solicited aid Satikfutta Gitrasuc4._--- .
: will refrain from doing anything thatwould and herbs." lie asked Uiat as a tent, .
'j melee us to blush from the thin should; be their diet for teq days. Every Unbbath Is a vacation, p8tab: a.r. CASTELLAXa. 1'rop. MIAMI. FLA.
\ thought that LU all-seeing eye Is upon and the victory ,,-, .
I I The test was qtAL llslied !>> tied lUant"Ilf. An ideal Sabbath
I u-*- The--- Knit>a.rarr.- ..>. Dally. CompanI won: Fi'loubt speaks of It as a i is the best illubtratipR ftf aumention. 14"141
I JOB says: crown of victor'." and bays It contain .
way to make the world bright id several Jewel, these be 'I- The luxurious idler sleep with difficulty .
; f., yourself Is to polish up-fiot your- plains as the bettt physical condition: though on the softest couch. Toa .
A I tt-lf. \l>ut the things about you. The bodily health strength beauty and en- laborious farmer the hardest bed
I i way to make your vacation bright U OTfy, fitting the bodv for its beet work seems soft as down. The more vigor- 1
I .. polkb up the vacation of somebody and it* highest joys; to these he adds ously you wink b'tore"B"litton, thelIWPf't"r
'I' t'boto." "ill t) rtBt| meptal powers and highest will vacation be to you.
i. your
i Th winter In the vacation of the eultur Christ waited till the disciples hnd Recognizing the demand in West Palm
year, and yet every day of It Is in someway write end of tte 4ay ((18th vereel, made their Journey before he called Beach for

a preparation for nature's vacations workIng was three )'I'lfll (8 mouths God take no ebAlIt r\. '
because be knows perfectly how to the king communed) with them -
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j M"M't.a we get oourer to God, mor.&JlI' and among them all was found none JUNIOR LEAGUE Tg lgS Good Ice at Reasonable Rates,
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shall thud lu our work !It.asht
Olort'1' like Daniel, Hananlah, Mlshnel and
the elements of our recreation." jAttrtoh; therefore stood they before Courteous Treatment 01! All Pate
f
tide kin ." Solomon: was the son of David: and ,
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I II" r...I Collur*. "And in all matters of wisdom and a very wise king. He wrote many
Kble tttudy hi also important In spire :. underbuilding, that tfc king inquiredof PI'o\'rbll. one of which we are to study
I I Itnal culture. It would be Interestingto them be found than ten times better today, and I trust learn a lesson never Job Department The Arctic Ice Works
i know about bow much of God's thus ell the martHaa and asfr Qrgern to lie forgotten. Some years ago, while
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I Word UHMt ClirUtiaus take into their that were 'in all 1 his realm." )'!ft>itinj I; near the South Mountain. I
1 life on their venue day. With too The revised "jreftderluz 'Is 'And la took a walk in the bright clean 'sun ..
many, ordinarily dally devotion con- every matter of wisdom cud uQ@< light of a 1 Keutemlier! afternoon. After OF MIAMI, FLORIDA

slats In a brief hurried prayer at the standing concerning wii eh the king; tn.I .- considerable climbing, I can! to 4 .
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IIf4Wde.Itb no reading of God's quired of them: he found them ten clearing pn the side of the mountain,
Word. Such devotions will Brn-r feed I times better than all the magicians! and here werp the long-lookpd fur anthills Prints Letter Heads Have this week arranged to carry a full
one's onL If prayer U the "Chriv and enchanters that were In all his 1 came expressly to sue. They
tUu'v vital breath the Bible is cteChrbtiaa's r ';Um." "The magicians/ were the were of various shapes and heights, Note Heads supply of Ice which will be delivered to
: dally bread. Not to get a tears sl class: the scribe, the priestly The ants were quite large and black.
; pulloD of it Into the heart every day clam: wfeije the astrologers (or enchanters My tramping through the leaves did StatementsBosiness an parts of town promptly and regular-

U to starve the soul ) the scientific men. not .seem ,to disturb them any. They 'aTon11 to merit
were
ly. .. endeavor ..... .... ... y our
The great men of the Bible were all versed" In mane and occult science." \\'orked'ltl1 the greatest euerg6ummer Cards '" yy "
lovers of ind'i Word. The people/ of "And Daniel continued ecn unto would soon be over. Their winter patronage.H. '
Israel' were. taught to rl'fullt uootiut' tie first year of king Cyrus." food must be stored carefully In Bill Heads .
\ ally, to bl,1tIt io their heart and to Tb first year of Cyrus was 534 B. f). the room made ready previously downIn
ntxlltate upon It day and olgtit Jobtwtemud whoa Cyrus, having conquered Baby, the earth.! They bad no ruler but And all kind of Fine Stationery COOK Local
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the word of God's mouth lon issued his edict for the rebuilding each one knew exactly In which part Mgr.
tomv than his nei **ary food. We lit the temple. DanUl hud thus about of the hill they belonged. After watching -
I know where Mary learned the sweet of public for a time. I could well say/ "Con ,
seventy years !lPrt1 ,
IFMOBS which made her life BO beautiful ., milder her ways and be wise. IdlenessIs Are You .Supplied? Vt .
; .!w Mt at the Master's feet and A. decd ...",.. sinful. If we neglect or waste God's
t .rtM'd af III words, and these words While the Ut Alexander Proudflf precious time, when w? should Improve
transformed b.,. Io no way can we was pastor *f the Fin Presbyterian it. He will bold ns '!accounta
'w; ev.. >*eorae Ht1.hearted Christian Church BpriBffifild. 0,. be told the following ble. "Every man's work shall be
with abundant life, much fruit and / story at a octal gathering of made manifest. 1 nor S, 13. Jesus! Give us a Trial Order .
ovals character, but l y feeding upon the teachers of hiM SuodAy- chool; said I must work the works of bin
Oofa Wonl.-J. R. Miller.! D P, "A good old Scotch (elder who was that sent me, while It Is day, for the
4rt>ply concerned because his pastor night cometh when no man can work" - ---- "".,p a.{
PaIII" .'r"_ persistently refused to allow childrento "Work for the night Is coming -
Hnmla- slink! be a day of rest but be admitted to church fellowship. Work throueh the morning: hours. And We Will Indian River Nurseries
ant day of laziness Invited him to his house. After tea I Work while the dew is sparkling:
We cannot hide from Christ but we the elder took the pastor out to tee his Work 'nil i springing flowers
t I : ; of variety ou Sour Orange and Lemon Stock
Trees ergo full
him. fold. Budded Citrus every ;
Buy hide In large flock of sheep pnt Into the
Work when the dew brighter
prows and Ornamental Trees suited
Fruit this
of to
in
line of all sorts section
fftiuHTt excuses are the devil's sug- Taking his stand at the entrance to
Work la th* glowing linn;
Varieties of S'wittiei
eluding Budded Mangoes, 50 Cretans. 15 ofG93
gvMlons.dirist. the sheep fold, the elder allowed the
Work, for the night Is coining! ,
Is the only door to heaven steep to enter, but as the little lambscame When man's work Is dope," Palnis, Roses, Strawberry Plants, Pineapple Slips, Etc.

sorely, but there are ulan doors to up be roughly pushed them back Please You. .. IOHN B. BEACH. Proprietor, :- WEST PALM BEACH. FLA.
dinn-h" membership! nowadays.A with a heavy stick..
Wi>y vkarch can never arouse J ,' "The )pastor became very Indlznnnt.! Oil 11",,'* .\.n"'f'' ---:;;

I cImrorilL and exclaimed. 'Wbst are you doing to at Reasonable Rates.
In a well !"mown college In the United Boarding
I Don't say yon are too tired to atten<| the lambs? They need the, shelter far
States an old necro: called Tim had
prayer meeting when you mean you more than the sheep!"
are too tired of the prayer meeting toLo.Ram's 'Jtwt what you are doing to the waited on the students for many't'IIl' ti1RS. JAS. MtCANN is prepared to accommodate boarders at her
!!. He was not without his peccadillos /
Horn. of the church the
hlldren was
iu the way of petty larceny, and well known hoarding house on Clematis Ave., close to P K.C.Bj. depot.
lie that would be cured of the habit irnmpt answer.The caught tripping one occasion by one :
object lesson did Its work.
of tanning down people must help IDi Ne\er again did the pastor attempt to of his employers, he was gently reproved. : CALL OK HER FOR RATES AND P--TIII._---.--:. ti-t' ,
i ewer his own prayer ty forming the ,
.hnt out from the church one of
tiaMt of standing up for people. If we 'Ah. old fellow, you are bound for -- ---
tl Christ's little ones.
I Imnlil undertake. to stand up for one I he ,\,','U"b"t! anjou going: to do
teeth of the people we hear unjustlycmmumt. There Is no better question for a real sir. when' )!111 set down's Ids retrlon-y .
-t 1 we would have neither the srtf-exanilnnt'on than tlil: .\m I "1 11111110 Mar E-l" answered Tim. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE SUN
tli.. Pill tln dl'..wlHon to run down frankly. loviniay.'delighted'y: concern "Iwtt.n I Jos' keep on vvalUu' on de
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II IN BUTIOl1081! 1 ,.. _< G4rU to ........ OT* OFFICERS .--- -AT-

the wbole of pauledom there la a WILMON KH1U.U1N._ .KayorCRO.

IS nIl StMSE Of B NOMU() list of little problems that are very .S.ADAMS,Clerk,AsMuorand Treasurer
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nd yet are BO highly amusing FACT C JONES THE BOSTON STORE

t -x- H may be worth while to go Lack BOARDIOF ALDERMEN. ;, ;
C EO.W. POTTEK.._- .._ rrtrident
BY L.'B. Joi sum' this history and'for a moment re* I JOHN B.BEACH-....... -... J. D MATB1S '
eome of the beet of them. It will I II J.A. STKAWDERMANCEO. U BRANNING MRS..] HANDELSMAN is here for the

I that the boy or girl who baa CARL SCHIU BNICJt.. B. POTTER f" ,; .f '. '. next week and will sell

'. Billy! Button wu a large black goat. fond of' these catch question Council meeting OB the tat and jd Tue day la t

1 glaley at jet. He belonged to the Thorn be able to afford considerable each month at 7:30 p. m. Goods 0<><>OO<>OOOOO<>OO -
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h. loa children and wan their pet. pride eweDtto the I'laymateuM friend .11 ,

:w a..s favorite playfellow. bled at tbe birthday party of some Clothing I AT COST' I :

Billy Button waa nearly always good. admired little girl friend. The County Directory. Advertisers

_, Bet oeee in a long time be would haves of this page was a boy himself Shoes 0

nlacbtarooa daj. And tbla story ia some years ago. and be knows CKXXHXXKKKKXXXKHXXKKKKXKHXKKKXJOOOOOOCOME.

shoat the very last miachietona day.. be experience how much real_, fun COUNT OFFICERS. COME' ,
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verbal be gleaned from this source. So A... QUIMBy........ ... Circuit Court Clerk i
WheooU Patrick went into Billy'a be well to remember some of ROn?. R. TAYLOR -Proaecutiii Attorney t
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liable that Saturday morning after: R.J. CHI LUNG WORTH..,......... ..._..Sberi Who Use the THE B ST0N = STeRE, ,:

OM look *t Billy be aid; "01. bat the ia on boy or girl who does not M. E.OECBEK ... ...._Tax AaeMOi _
hu the b.d. OB him I We'll what will be the cost of a dozen H.J. ANTHONY.........._.....Tax Collertoi MRS. J. HANDELSMAN Prop. .
fclJj ye 1.
trouble with bio before night!" a half herrings if one herring and E. H. DIMJCK. ... .. ..... ._.._'_Twa urrt MARCUS FRANK, Manager. 4S..JHILIBIN BLOCK, .
coat a cent and a hall That WILL H. RUbSKUn Supervisor of KegUntiud :
It wu s bright breezy frisky April
*' question ia almost aa old u FRANKLYNSHEEN.Huneloe _
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.flatwday. and Billy felt bripbt Instruction e
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btesy wu buy tad with frisky the too.horses While Billy did the frog at itself.the bottom And there of tbe Is the well case 80 COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Columns of Ocean Steamship Company .

which Patrick had deep. It will be remembered that N.W.l'lTTs.lh.lrllllw.,?.._ Lake Werth .
favorite trick never jumps up three feet each time and' U. w:: LAINHART.c._ ........ Palm Bead "

falls back two. How many jumps W. J. 8IH IN K. .. ......Coco.But UrovrK. SAVANNAH LINE.
l ) 1 I of the E. McDONALD _..___..................? 1las .
it take for him to get oat ,
entirely t W.V. RUSHINC..Neptune % Florida '
ComoiUMoacn wed in regular leamoa on
A discussion that will be fanny can the am Monday in each WO tlt.'I 1-L.:

made. And up then on the the answer difference to this between ques .FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.MKMItM THE To New York And Boston.A .

dozen dozen and half dozen''I : DACE COCSTT. ,
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B N. MMICK. Palm Bach..m........Stn tor Short Rail
Bide Savannah
Of course this is apparent im. to ThenceA
F.8 MORSE MtamL..Rrprezeuiatlve
but the boy asking the qaes"-' .
Short Sea *' '
Voyage. *
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mast Cf'nfote bid listeners by tell ..; :
them to answer quickly. It is not tCFEElNTEMUEMT OF FCBLIC IHSTkDCTION Sailing from Savannah: '
Z.T. M bRRITT._...._......._.:Union City.. TROPIGALCLAIM .
ao easy.to think correctly in a f
VEVCKIU or CnoOL BOID. 5 Ships Each Week 5 X
All the young folks know that a
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is a pound the world over and KING....... ... :..__...?......?......l pteer !I
tbe question "Which U the A.W.GARNETT....___........Hypoluio :.;. ., All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with sailing schedules. Write for general i,

a pound of feathers or a pound information sailing schedules stateroom reservation, or call on 4
leadt" ia intended to catch only the
Il --- See E. H. HINTON Traffic Manager WALTER 1IAXVKINS Fla. Pas !
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Go Savannah Ga. Jacksonville PJa 61098Do ;
If' .. "Lead without thinking J -
T it is a pound of lead. State Directory. -

. aiirir: wrrron. ALL u A nUlL It waa 'a witty boy who was driving You Want:aWe

caaftbt pip at-nJth bin horn he docks home and who answered the .
booked tbe chain which fastened to bow be bad b1aying. EXECUTIVE DEI ARTME) T. i/w.. STEAMB0! ?
as many have them to Sell,and have
W. D.eLOXlUU........... ... ... GovernorJMO.
to a ring in bit stall Then be '!.When in lice there are two L.CUAWFOKP.8ecreUry of State none on hand result we can bull J i z
the door. ahead of dock two dacka be Just what YOU want .
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open WM. B. KEYNOI.OB. ........Comptroller
Patrick'. attention noon called dock and duck !in the mid _
wag a one i JAMES B. WI1ITFI8LD.... ___'.Treason
a great Bound breaking glass. He ." Asa matter of tact now; how WM.B.LAMAR..............Attornev Genera We are also PreparedTo :'

a' to tbe door, to find Billy Button docks did the boy have to drive W. N.SUE ATS ......S pL Public Initroction Furnish .....
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, bull; eating lettuce In the little query was pot by a father L. B.WOMBWELU. ........(Vm.Agriculture -

11. Billy had broken the glaa with 0 his son who bad asked him bow old I PATRICK HOUSTON_._ AilnU] .l General Ji2

<' houfa. I was "Now. son. how old am I if I W. H.MII.TON.JR......... Siinreyor- eaeral Pumping Outfits for Irrigation. ,

. Billy wan caught and led back am now just sis times ns old aa you Offices at Tallahassee Florida. It Is The ai t
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eeverely acoldud. lie wade no bat in 24 years you will be exactly U. S. SENATORS.t. .

bat Iktened to what Patrick had to -baU aa old as It" How old was B. TAUAFERRO._._.......Jackaoa Write or call on us for Anything In

1 frith. twinkling eyea and dancing IThere S.LMALLOaT..... ...._ _.Peunaeola Our Line that.you need. J

After breakfast Billy Button wan are a great number cf these U. S. CONGRESSMEN. a

{tewtd to the pretty cart fur little. simple little catch questions .whipb $ifia ROBT. W.DAYIS............ ..._... Ptlatlat I Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co, .
to drive about town and deliver always well to have ip uicd. for they M. 8PAUXMAN ._................Tabpa .

horns to bet birthday party next will sorely come in bandy some day. SUPREME COURT}lI GES. JACKSONVILLE FLA.

BlUy itoud till until Lucy was There is. however one catchy problem II. U.MABBY................... .Chief Justlce BEST ,

ad, and walked cot of the gate and which is nut Quite so readily seen F. R.i'4R1iRR. ........... ..h.-late J o sake tr4Pee.ft''.'=Ta JaCKSOnVille .. ," '''
the flrrt corner aa quietly aa a through It has.to deal with a bangle v TAYWIL,_........ <. marine KauwaysEstablished .
trained goat abot ld. But there l buster and a wily squirrel! The bantu-..- ';
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of tuning, Lacy wished be vied for he had been
u man was pretty
H. K. DAY, Chairman.......,,m _Galnwville
.oft on the ma op tbe atreet. and oat all that day and seen very little J. L. MORGAN... .. .....,..._.,.,,.._,....Jasper 1875. ;,
$ever stopped running aa fast u game ot any kind and bad pot beet J. M. BRYAN_...._ ....................KUBimme i
L '4. could> fo. which was very fast Up mUe&A able to shout spy ot all. He bad bad a JOHN J. W ElftY.]a. tlcrto._ _Arcadia William Bours & Co.
Street aDd down another he flew few chances ,'cr1Ioo:: range and bad Headquarter IRa offices of the Buard at Tat AdvertisingMEDIUM A. ,

lug one cotn!r after another as missed all of,them acd VTU about ta 1a1lwe

tie could He went by all the turn for' home when i. frisky little

.b rLacy wished to call like a squirrel whisked out upon his path and -_.1' Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizers

Alt IMf coald' do was to bold him scampered away to the nearest tree before ,

try to MM the cart from an upset Mr.'Hootanian conld get his iUD .
General Directory. + No. 6 EAST BAY STREET -: JACKSONVIIIE, FLA.
Aa and sat yep very straight and to his ebooldcr. .
to tad ID the followed little -.- ,
M OM ta Billy kept Be tbe wary booby {

aU right nobody dreamed that she tailed fellow and found that he had got COURT CALENDAR. We handle only the Beat and most Reliable Set)la. A complete Stork of

frightened and that Billy was behind tbe nearest tree. Then be (Seventh Circuit)

way. And be wasn't running thought he bad him and here is where U.8. JONES .............. ..__Circuit Jadp Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran Wheat, Grits, .

fb wu only running for he the crafty little chap fooled the hunter J. P. BEUUS: ..._ __..... 8tate'Atturnet Meal Cotton Seed Meal Both Bright and Dark..AT .
comer tad tuned corners for as fad aa the hunter moved around BPUINU TEBM.OacmU a ,

lam*round home all right, and tbe tree to get a shot so Master Squirrel Cuuntjr. Ut Monday In March. ---':. WHOLESALE-
In tWr oven yard politely for moved around the free. Many times I Orange M t

get odd tN cart and then went did tbe hunter go completely afqnpg Lake to Ub" Of Any State Agents for Tygert4 len Fertilizer Co.

ta the barn door and waited for tbe tree. and the squirrel invariably, Voluaia W ApriL \
I star Brand Fertilizers-lunrautmd I in-thci*. Orxnicn ireami Vegetable Fertllu-r. Pur*
to CUIM 4 pnharoeea him. kept on tbe opposite side ajway fceep- Brerard 4th. Kronnil: IU ne,Nitrate Sold, Muriate or I''a-h. u-iiliate! 1'I\II.lI.ltllit.etc. These Ferultem .
Dade Ut Monday after 4th MOB ; hnr no onpeimr ID the Market,and a tri.il will enntiure14end
Too mar think that Billy Button fag tha tree___ between_ himself_. and the. -
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bad enough fun for one day but banter. The question which catches FALLTKfM.tlaceolaCofuty,15 ._ ,
Button himaelf did not think so. I... "Did the hunter go around the t glands} io October.

That afternoon Thornton squirrel?" Ask papa and see what ba Orange It M u nUke a

had the big parlor to them elve says about It.-New York HeraldVMAtloa II 4tn n East Coast Ry. r .

their mother bad gone down Volnula lot 't NOT.Brevurd .. WEEKLY PAPER

They were having a very pleasant Time. tab TIME TABLE NO. 20, IX EFFECT APRIL 11. 1899. .
A tatflre biased in the grate aa it W'dot bate to go to acbool Ut Monday after the 4th Monday -
Bcctute tbe term b out IB Noyt'lIIlJer.GOV'T .4
cool Indoor- When it grew too And tt in e o glad of ItW SOUTH BOUND Bead Down NORTH BOUND (Brad VO). t "48y
the children opened one of the Unce around and about SIGNAL SERVICE UEPJ.J. K
window that led to the piaua W.CRUNK.. .. .. .. .._.. Observer No 35: 1 STATIONS. Uuly So.1'5''' Mf
ta the midst at their play We played soldier yesterday, Observatory at Jupiter Inlet gist Daily Et *.
And now we're dining well "Vf Leave.... _..................Jacksonville ...._............... .ArriTt T"4hi' ii ux*
ear beard t clatter and a rush of hose thingi In tbe wagon there GOVT LIGHT HOUSE SERVICE. In The Si? 10 3ua|Arrive........................tt-AUflHIUlB,.....................,. Leav, .tbv 46.
End la Button So join HOUM Inlet. 4&pUitittlieave. ................... ..:>Argiistir.B..................... .. ..Ico..
came Billy Uffht at Jupiter >
Ob. Cher1 Kate'i and NeU'atThey .. .. .... ..........WLeuvc
.t lop u ....... .. .......... B..IU1:1: ... ... SSdp SIMa
tail I Billy Ud again jet bim ef| o ... TAMES A. ARMOUR........ ._'._Kefl" 'OO 11 Ma 111&1 i Arrive .. ...... funtka. ... .... ...-... ........ itwP 1:0.::
the .&u& J.A. WKLIABt ....... ..._._ let A.ei.Isnl 1 yle' lltria'Leare..... ............ .. Arrive 6.-pTs. :!
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; They chawd Billy at ones to NJ. 1 -ii 1.1U1241i; Arriveve t.Sou_ o------------------leave 41vt ] *at

I Ma oat bat Billy would not I e A. LAND OFFICE. Tiuv"Hip TaJ Ir; .....__...... ...-"-.-....i-an-Matoov ........ ...... .... ._.An1veLeivt 10.11 I -
vard the window. He leaped n.s.CHl'BB._._ _..._?...... ......ReglnlcrOffirtNi i N1'a' Leave..,,;....:....--Eras r,,!'tt!ka ....................... TI.5v1 l 4up
to a\l iaue ville. t10rl.I&. &n .......................... Orraond........................... .. 4 .01t 7L.
ewer and Boder the furniture s STATE or FLORIDA.Advertising 1libp 12p lObp! ,. ........................ Pavtora ......................... Ship 701.2Jp .
tat window kicking up his little IIIp! ........................Port On>nije! ................... .... 1&.11 a Ua.SMi.
4.p I Sopi .. ........................:;...v8myTna ....................... 5: gas:
boob and a0atffaing t bite at tbe %15p II ...................... (lHk. nUl; ......................... ill'1241A 4 ads
tau ba pew and tossing the GP 2iiJPj: II ..........................T'rO1Jje. ....................... &, (
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cvshloea on bia bate .Ailed ) ...... .liI4pt i a .......................... UK\ ............................ .. ZIf> ...... ;
foplcg' put the grate his long .... :E2tp II ........................ F a'k:a lea ....................... ., ...... 4
la the Uau.Tb . . . ....:. '00p .. .........................FiidGable'........................ IS.. :4b ..... t
caught _. 418.. .. .. ... ... ._...M.b"nrn"_.... .. .. AU....... .
eblJdren crearocd- H bat .AI": ::::::. ; ? ::::::.::::::::::::::::: 'Jirl.,::3i i---: :: ::: : : :: :: .. il ;; :::;;
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1M,. Little Lacy sprang ont \ both pUjred at keeping tout ...... Si\'pi .................... .....s1..:..'\" ....................... : I 4,. ......
.vtodav and called for help Benrttb that ll PIt tree: ...... IISpl : .........................For I'we ......................... Il"-a ....w
Ht dinner I Ibfak- ...... ............................ EJ..n ........................... 10th .....,
A BM Who WU pawing heard Tbejr\e BOP ...... .......................... J..n-.r1 ........................... to 11'a ...... '
call and cam I'll run acioM aud .UPI\: \ ......................... Stuart ........................ lUlCa ..
FirstGlassJob :..::. .........................1!,..... .u.n4. ....... ............... '1I ear ..::.. '
"Put Billy oott Put Billy oat ?" tbeyTe Axed an empty botJ ...... 'lJ9p': ...................... R'wt Jupiter ....................... ell:. ......
Cbitdrat wen erring.Tb TU just about io hill!;; ...... Sllp: .....................\Vne: 1':10 Beach............... ..... atW ......
When tbe diuurt1 Uid oa It, ...... Sap ...........,. ........... I'otnnn ........ .............. IItlr .....
maD knew of Billy They'll call to me and tt.Tbey ... .. 8411p : ............."......... .. Dt-Tay: '...................... : ib ......
body did, fl. thought I' he ..... 9Bip ..................... Fv ..................... 1 ...._
ty ......IOlp": .... ........... Lemon C1tjle.; ................_... .. '$1> .._
Nat tktTburatoa goat bad got Printing Rate Sheet .......11IJJp: Arrl.n ............. .......... ..St uni ... ... .. .. .. ads. .'...1. .
boar and belp wu wanted --
BETWEEN :SEW IYRS.\: A\U ORANGE: CITY JtSCTIOX.:

bin oat f STATIONS. .
No. S'No 11 n 41\u
Imagine his astonishment II Ills 1 gaga Lv......... ........ :t'"w ainyrne. .. ...... ............ .Ar I 12-K'i /'bP--
BUlj Battoo all in a blare and 406pll21| ....................,...... Lake Hel'.n: ................. ...... .Lv,1t lOp! ISSp
I + aa tlip\11 !Soa\ ..... .............. ..OranireCltT42Up ......................... .. .12 wry 4..
I, a p and down with fright At the Son Office. 114oa Ar...... .... .. .. ...Grange t\tr Jnnrtkn.. ....... ......... '113:rAil A a JT '
be sots ) Will be Sent on Application
With Locy'a help train beiux'n New FmTnn and Orai/p City JuBvUuiTDuily e '!ypt lWd>l1.
wrapped about witb a rug. ted .
futita the poor goat oa the Iii a KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

tha pre wa ont I fko steamers of the FloivU Eat )u .t eamaLtp Coapoiiy: are" appointed to mil M fot1ow .
Billy waa But badly borned \l r i T r:>ni T M arm, U:do p. IQ. Tnes" iara and l'rld'JLnn' lief
look BBcb time and care to get a (gtr;". "'IrW City of to Wrht l.Jii p. Wl'Iln'sdays aid Sturddy Train:. conaeeuwtii
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coal aa baD lOVM u it wu .ud front KyW K -yVet i::*) p. Wednesdays ao'1 SaturdaysArrive
aaogbty ioKUr .-,t Din ct.
the bit
Tbiawu 1J..OI15aOiL ilL 1 hur*hy41U11 I aun'Uya.: connection with traia7a.'

( Bnltop'a Me. Ba never e "- > bti'"uish.p )I.. I From Miami. 5 a. m Moii.iays and Tourlll II1"-". 'Arrive Ker
booked bb chain alter tbat B. a. .Ml to sad West p. m. Mondavs and Tlmrsdaya. 'Leave Key.West e u niBHjne
fail of hulk u ever bnt ln from H..II day. Arrive Havai-a a. m. Tuesdays atJ Friday
tried to bate oateat. thing to eat- tnuebing .t From llHvana sa.iic? direct for Miami 11 a. m. TlaHdara
raa witb the cart or Soox ekes and custard pia." K-y Writ and Fnuays. Arrive Mi:uui i a. m. Wednesdays anti Satardge,
the boost if ba uw the wll1&:. Brad that' aprteil. sub nice, ptetB afliV- H.S. MEADOR urhb-nnil.! connectmu with train is-. .

.Littla rolb let' pliy with them lay tAll These Tune Table*shu* the limes&: whioL trains aud boaU maybe npeotedt.o"rnyeaod'. !
depart from the several alatiuu.< and jx-rta but thi-ir arnvul or departwa at the tine
::' ...kI fc? ta* MUt d ua are (lad beau -BARBER itated!ia not guaranteed therefrom.nor doc*the Company bold itself respo!"ablQ tar any delay (.r any
needn't autly book exA".gttetice'; arising
Dr. Ekbard Garnett keeper Ifi We akvr far to play you ereDlggen Shop .a ....... slat dour tWhtddea's a )'or copy of local time card call at 23 West Bay btreet.: JackuuvtU' ..w addr t ;
wiottd book BritiM \ of well and eooka.U Market J.BKKW1TH.Traffic Manager. S".L IX EAHSEB, C. 9G p. A. I
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Jt t SEKMOX OP REV. :S. D. PAINE are silent Pan, caught up 'In the third I I INDEPENDENCE: DAY. all thc gaudiness of IIi(holiday-'attire, FUN AND. FACTS:

a- hea\tns tells ns nothing about its 110ri :; tall, _taciturn and dignified! a perfect .

F Church.Su.d&y !\ but has a desire to depart and goth (Conlittyed/rom page). setting to a National picture. .. : '
At the \1'ee.t Side ConKregatumal '
RPP1kLSU3 1891) re.Tl sions from the mouths of hundreds of .- Vltty Savings Interspersed With .
Morning, July :3, -Just then the land prayed
j I f -- may be that a full disclosure of a visitois from all points between Daytona Business Bargains.

future state would unfit u!: for the present i i and Cocoanut Grove. Everybody was The most generous ami effective display -

.. "Neither can they die any more and, for world. John, the Re\'elatot, at Palmos pleased, satisfied, and wearied with of flags, hunting aud National emblems .
they are equal unto the angels are 'i"L > Sweet lore
; the children of God. being the childrenof bad a manifestation of Christ :.in His i I looking, and not with hunting for some ever seen on the East Coast was Young Thing-I to

I the resurrection."-Luke xx. 36. supernal glory, and fell at his feet, as thing to look at. one of ths attractions of the celebration, reel1 of these dear daring explorers

II I 4 iI The Pharisees, Sadducet and Hero- dead. The future state is: a total anniltV, Nothing could have been more satis- Business houses and homes! _public fa the Arctic, but I shonlclthink ncnl-

dians, three powerful religious partiesin lation of death. "Neither can they die factory than the absolute lack of any buildings and arches all saowcd: the rig irrtier'jp. nil the time would

I the Jewish Church, made repeated anymore." We learn also tbaf'the bitch or delay in carrying out the patriotic feeling that; imbued the citi ''jf>(monotonous

I attacks on Christ to involve Him in heavenly state will. be of angelic cba lengthy' list of events exactly on Ue zen on this, occasion. .' The Savage BachelorPart of the .."i1f

} trouble with the Roman power or lessen: acter. The depar .d saints will/be.equal minute ,advertised. This kept up an It was interesting to note the cosmo-' imp they were> Killing:; fih.hid'uin.flflOjI 4

1:.- His influence with the masses. In the to the angels. unflagging interest and no one had politan character of the crowd assent- .. Journal. JOur

context the He radians, the chief priests Angels posses natural and moral per- time to realize how tired they retlly bled. Even-the personnel of the speaker !

and scribes sent forth spies. feigning eclions. They l'lthe displays of! were until the last number was reached illustrated it. The Master streets are snon to be lighted by tl1
: of Cere- : cujlcixr
furnished
the
I th.4tic1vrs.., : to. be ..iust men. that they. I the Divine glory, they are acquainted and passed. ninnies! ,. ... ... ,..gn. by_ Ontario.. ._ ".j
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r S might take hold of His words, so that with bis works. The>". sang togetber I The last, and by no means the ler.st. from the farthest State North, another Any person requiring light i in their t7 .1.

t they might deliver Him unto the powei au d shouted for j joy at creation's m& feature of the celebration wa the Grand from a _Western State, and the other lOuis tab have a pipe run from the gas ,

1 and authority of the governor. "Is it They possess great power. They slew Ball at the Knights of Pythias HalL wo from: Georgia and Florida. mains street and that the will be placed in the different .'

s lawful for us to give tribute unto Caesaror 85.000 of the army of Seunacheri' in At 9:00 p. m. the orchestra struck the to have all the company citizenstrva would be pleased
sample light _
no?" Christ peiceivinjj their craftiness one night.An chords of the grand march and the The promptness of execution in the In tll oil reading or dining room. 4

them "Show me a to Gid. dance carrying out of the -- --- ,.
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said unto angel appealed Hager, to was on.Although lengthy programme -

TIiPt'frNJIMTSMIHT penny," and they brought! a denarius eon, to Elijah, tp the shepherds on the the people were mostly jn all its detail was due very largely, if Jh-If yonr head aches, mltlt.ur,1oulJin't '"LJ

t h w.ith the image and superscription of .Judean plainj;.'lIliJ' atx&ounced the birthof wearied with the long day of continuous not entirely, to ,the push and energy hf \\ go to the tea sheeting thin ;

Caesar upon it. Christ says, "Whose Christ An angel liberated Peter entertainment, 'a large number were on Capt. Ernest AI1 n. It was that featureof evenng. -

Ii image and superscription is this?" and from prison, etc. We shall be equal to hand, especially of the visitors, to enjoy the day's doings that went far towards li -'IVu the other wnm'n Mill be ;f

they answered, "Caesar's." And He i the angels in knowledge, in perfect the' music and pleasures of Terpsichore.: making the day the complete success sure .to mlk iU I ut uif.':-I' loo .

said unto them, "Render therefore Uto purity, in beauty arid in immortality.There This. as all the other events, was in it was. He was the right man at the Tru'der -

rl I SALESMEN.H Caesar the things that are Caesar's, and is ni ore, face that J jook upon eVery way a success. The floor was in bead of the sptrts and,contests. Ni'iD-zro

S.. unto God the things that be God's," III this audience this morning but what splendid condition, the music good, the v i i : cypress polrj delirvrcd
-And the band didn't do thing \\'t-.tl":1D, : I5eac iaiuicdit Size .
a ,
I j .w Ik. Trait Throw Mm Oat of They marvelled His answer. and held wil jyw*.' passe&fromc.artti in a, few crowd happy and, congenial and the I but play. i 25 ftct in length, 4 to 6 Inch top. Apply

: Kmplojrutent. their peace. )ears. "Affl'I fit, for the better life}" refreshments abundant and satisfactory. I to Geo_:. S. Adams.

Then came the dducees with difficult -, that is the great 'ql ?sti.on. "Can I look IPerfect order prevailed- and the utter, The fireworks nieces were so numerous -."l'I.t......',.......I..j.t.-...-.... ......-:.u.I'-""UII'.-."- S.IUi-.. .."-'I-IS'nu1i.i I..'

f Washington, JUDe 15.-During the questions about the resurrected bodyin upon death as the consecrated messengerof absence of objectionable characters, e"enas that Chiarman Burl ardt, of that !, tell mil how long I would! live." .,

I : afternoon the industrial commission the future life. Christ answered that heaven that severs the cord that binds applicants for admission, were fea: committee, kept four '!hen and several ':'Id; h.?" .

I heini a statement from P. E. Dowe of in the future life the children of this me to mortality and helps! me until) am tures that were cause of favorable re- boys moving at a lively gait to touch T"lr: Mid I would hut e to live

New York president of the Commercial world neither marry nor are given in placed beyond the sorrows: of mortality nark and congratulation. Until two them off. Messrs Ceo. Wellington and many,

Trawe1c" National League. Mr. Doe marriage. Neither do they die any and of tiine.>" f i '. o'clock the'dancers and spectators en- Noah-Jones proved valuable aids in the main, lung yean tt-funt 1 hu,1| sense '.

aid the opinion of the commercial men more, for they are equal unto the angels j : -.' -.- jQyed the programme before dispersingto firing of mortars, set pieces and other enough to luke cure uf niuuey.-Detroit .

at large was that the trusts were a men- and are the children of God, being chil. i their homes, hotels or to the depotto thing requiring special skill'amI care I-W l'rt"lIt., ,
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act to the community. lie estimated dren of the resurrection. Jupiter Jottings. catch the night train south bound. to do well and avoid accident. SQDAKK: PIANO for s'e at a bargain. .'

the travelling salesmen in the United There are some things we do know, :With the windup of the Fourth of July Instrument uircimdiuuu. Inquire at

SUle* at 350,000. The formation of about the future life, and there areone' The County Commissioners met on Ball was the finale of the Independence The Lake Worth Band "did itself SCN OFFICE. .j4f .t.
The usual routine -- -- --- -
trusts and combinations was throwing a things that we don't know. First, we Monday at Juno. Day Celebration at West Palm! Beach, proud. Always ready to respond tq a "Does -wife---------
bosiness transacted. The contract your ever gt you up to
large number of these men out of employment. know 'that.there is a future life. Gtd was and if any town of its size ever had a call for music, they played willingly : t .
hunt for
td move the jail cages and vault was let and well. The box, surely showed that LurKlars Itt night? A.j
In giving specific instances, has imprinted the belief on the uui larger or happier day it would be wortha
'aff to U. D. Hendrickson for$280, he being they are worthy of every encouragementand "Xo. :She tried it omw, but I made '.
beaaid : versa! heart of man. All nations, long journey to visit it. As for this
the lowest bidder. 'The only other bid ht>r ahead aud) hold the
practical aesistance in their effortsto go candle.She .
in immoi; place visitors and homefolks alike have
"The National Enameling and Stam]"- peoples, all. religions. .believe ,
i ing Compnny' which depends for its tality. All men thirst for it. Jesn was Will Gale, $294. H. J. Anthony, no regrets and have much cause for improve.. THE SUN lifts its hat to has never ilPard anybody pro.1iog

Collector, held ,his seance of delinquent the boys of the Lake Worth Band \
; I ray matrial upon the American TinPlate Christ brought life and immortality to congratulation. ,,. again, around down Ktniru tliuce.l'hm.lant -
tax sales. C\ A. Woodruff and ,Dr. and once .
again.No
1 : Company, has thrown a ,great light by the gospel. We taught it. We Mcl.eay seemed to.be'labout'the only I- Leader.

: out of employment and tho-e 'won't discuss that thought this morning PIClt1ps'AId
many bidders against the State. They each drunkenness Boat building done nght at home in
fighting, no or
"
I retained have had their salaries reduced. Second we,know that there is a present ihe'tnost approved manner good work
in their the band '
invested considerable purcha. pajed on.
; t The great tobacco companies threw out locil heaven, not one to be at some r brawling on the streets were particularly uiansbip and at living prices. Call oa

; about 3,000 salesmen ; the Continental future time. Enoch was translated and ses.The Joe Wilkinson was a winner from pleasant! features of the Day aod showed Capt, A., T., RoseInquiring ;___ .

,I Tobacco Company telegraphed the discharge did not see death ; he went somewhere Commissioners met yesterday to way-back in the bic)ele events. hiwveil the Marshal had the order of J-atitA-rnt'r-Wnw did
I take the equalization of the assessor'st.ix the town under his control. If you
t up
I I of 350 in one day ; the baking Elijah was translated and did not pass More than a thousand visitois hefpex men fer| wheuyoa Vi'/e: la-ing born
returns. 1 be returns of the assessor drunk of away
were they kept out sight of
powder trust has dispensed with all through the change 'we term death; he '
show Dade County valuation, real and our twelve hundred homefolks to eel-! tbe which i in the nwful whirl of t H.rdonI'1 ,
I public, was DO.little cause fOf
I'; excepting half a Cozen men. I know of went to heaven in a chariot of fire ebrate Tuesday. .
personal, to be about f2,6-oooo: a large satisfaction,to the hundreds of women Prominent Kaiman-JuBt about
mountain in
the ascended >
two Salesmen discharged by trust, Christ from a
I over last roll. ,., I aad children like a fly 'pears to M 1n .
gain year's here that of
_. dav. a glaiw
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t : who were formerly in the employ the Galilee, and the angels told the sorrowing r 'The five mile bicycle I race was 'madein ,
County Court, which hat been ad. t --- water.-l'uek..
.orI. .
i Cleveland Bakini Powder Company, disciples that lIe bad gone into 13:32'which; was ix5 less thaVtnfr; ..
from Monday, met today. Although the Committee on Public
AM receiving a salary of (5,000 a year heaven. Stephen, the proto-martyr j Jonrned time made at Titnsville the same'd'ay.. ."' had but I I E. F. Haines has arrived and will be '
for the Speaking "
There was no business jury, urgently vainly reqnefted .
the other {4.500. Their routes with looked into heaven and saw Christ at found at We'brec'bt'I''Machine: Shop,
: One colored risoner from Miami plead -Music by the band. the Mayor Miami to designatesome .
1 and will do all kinds of repairing Cuas.
-
those of other discharged salesmen, are the right hand of Cod. Paul says he .
; carrying concealed speakers to officially represent that Pistols! Bicycles Locks and kind
to
It t covered by one agent at Ji8 a week. was caught up into the third heave guilty weapons' The dozens of ecorated wheels wfere: of iron any
.
and was fined fj aiid costs. city in our celebration, they felt it due work. Chair wheels lor sale.
The bicycle trust will throw out 600: and heard things that he could not ex a pleasing feature: of the parade. Much! ll-3-t
This comprised the business of the the, many citizens present from Miami _
!: salesmen, gradually and will cut down press in human lauguaje. John, the Credit is due those who took so nwh -
the mooted that 'he'courtesy be shown, so Col. "18 Professor H'
Q"i
I term. g; $o question Shump fine"pt
'.
tbe agencies in every city; the chair beloved disciple banished to Pfclmos by pains in this matter. ,
of the legl'tit? of forcing culprits to trial Worley kindly acceded to the invitation Rust ?"
: trut will affect: immediately more than the Empetor Domitian, saw heave 'I
; their coisenttha Mayor Whilklia! was an ideal hp vt. and represented Miami in the list of
Ht against
I'"Mlwmen by cutting them out d the opened and heard the songs of the great Juno prin.ecutor "Very : I've lieen a little deaf ever
: continued until the His beaming countenance shone with speakers. The attitude of Miami'sMayor
W cases
line. multitude before the throne of God. many since! he has been coming hereto
L Court is moved to Miami. satisfaction as he circulated among the in the whole matter evidenceda
One man writes me the Union B.g Heaven is a locality and a place a teach my 'dau htt'r." Chicago
crowd bidding everybody welcome. woeful lack of consideration to say !
and Paper Company has thrown out ol well as. a sIat. It is called paradise, .a. llecord.
of official
;1 employment hundreds of salesmen Canaan, New Jerusalem, the house with For the size of the town Tug 'SUN nothing courtesy. !
Woes of Millionaires. _
t ,,The number of salesmen out of wore many marmots, the city which hat \i -____ does not hesitate to assert that no one -. ..---- No need sending away from home for

t because of the United Stales Rubber foundations, walls of Jasper, gates Qf An English millionaire has just been ever saw a more elaborate and successful They Want Harris. build any boats when fine Capt. A. 1'. Rose can
one as
you or as cheap: as you
Company 300; the salesmen retained pearls, streets of gold; and all these figures adjudged incapable looking after his celebration of a holiday on American --- want. See him. and place your order.

have been reuiced to a salary average represent heaven as place. property. He imagines himself the soil than took place in West Palm Beach WEST PALM BlHCH, 'Fu.,

,j ..1 am in'ormcd, of '1,300 a year. I We know also that there is reco ni.I Prince of Wales. last Tuesday. _ June 22, 1890.
To the Honorable Shutting Off
Board Steam.
Public Instruction
American Tin Plate of friends in the future life. When of -
"The Company tion; Some years ago a rich merchant took -More music by the band. ._- --

I cut rtl about ninety out of'e\'e!) one I David lost his boy, and fasted and wept the idea that he was senniless. His -- .L ; _. .' ow "Shan WE'. stnn nnr n.ls...rtd.. In., _a
I hundred salesmen. rbe American and used all possible resLoratvesl j sons. to stop worrying_ assured him Numerous barrels of ice-water locatedat uenuemen Body ;-me action oi your Honorable I while--now--- -?"- ---r' --n.' 'U6 'u
in
I brcl and Rod Company, I have been when he died, the royal father ex they had lescued his business ar.d weie convenient points about the groun 's discountenancing the This is a question that some businessmen
application of C. Harris for the
I to'ul discharged 300 commercial trav claimed. "He cannot come to me, J shall the James
to continue it. They offered him a were gratefully appreciated by thirsty are apt to ask themselves, panic-
of West Palm Beach
i then in one day. In giving these estimates go to him." It was a great consolationto clerkship at a small salary in his own throng of women, children and men. school principalship another our has flatly ularly in the summer, or during what

i t I am not considering the office David that he should meet big child oe. He took it and kept at work This evidenced the care for public comfort year, disap- they regard as their "dull seasou.' "
the wishes of its and
i forces through trusts. Sugar and coffee and recognize him in the future life. nearly twenty jeari.hen be died, beefVfcearlyf on the part of the General Arrange- pointed patrons Suppose engineer asked
your :
.. excited the sincere of the most you
: monopolies have thrown out 1,000 salesmen In the parable of Dives and Lazarus, : ments Committee.The regret "Shall I
15,000,000. stop putting coal on flies,
progressive and intelligent citizens of my
reduction of those retained. Dives recognized Abraham. The transfiguration
: ; average Two English millionaires were noted liir?"
$i.noo a ; 25 per- ant only of Christ teaches It. Mo.. Public'School building and the West Palm Beach. .
I I year spassed for their parsimony ')ne picked up "\\Tiatwouldyoureply ?"
ti Club House were nicely adorned with Therefore we, the undersigned citizens -
cl old force being retained in house from this earth before
I 1,500 years and smoked cigar ends.. The other, "Who, no-unls5
shields, flags and bunting, artistically of West Palm Beach, beg leave to you want the engine
podttoM. The Standard Oil companycmplo and Elijah and Peter and "
900 years after fine receptions in his house, would to stop !
arranged by G. W. Idner, on whom fell urge upon your honorable body the ,
fewer salesmen than concern and
the old
1 testament
) any James John recognized around carefully collecting candle The advertiser who .
go thinksof discontinuing
the responsibility and the bulk of the reasonableness of a reconsideration of
world of half
iu the mercantile one saints.
ends to bied again. Neither of these
I this matter in such that the may argueVe have been
its capital. work public decorating..the chairmanof way as
We know again that death does not
insane. Both were shrewd in
Dr. Dowe said that the trust combina- I terminate ciou Paul men wag that committee hating been out of earnest wishes of the people most directly I advertising so long'and so steadily that
Ii our con neks says, .
I business.- and
i our name S ecialties well know
ttoftfhad raised the prices of commodities absent from the with the town all week. concerned shall not he entirely { are ,
I body, -
present Another millionaire imagined for a and we intend to advertise when
---- again
they controlled from 5 to zoo percent I Lord. Paul knew because be bad been considerable time that he a squirrel make ignored. business is in
was THK SUN would be glad to per We heartily endorse the earnest, better our line than it ap.
instance
la almost every exceptcoffee
caught up in the third heavens. To die and would eat nothing but nuts. sonal mention of scores of old friends fuithful work done by'Mr. Harris pears now : in the meantime our business
and tugar. I is gain. It would not have been asprincipal
any Another "top i tVen to "
wag: paifioniQus| and patrons of the paper whose welcome of school the won't stop.
our during
The Instances be were : year
gave to have lost consciousness and
Iron pipe, oer lOG per cent. gain till slept' buy himself, wajrpi :oterco'atSpuie: : :, { of faces were seen m town Tuesday, but just past, and again urgently request No ; neither will the engine stop the
I
Tinware .and enamelled ware, about 33 judgement day. his friends ;made bin} 2 present-of one, space and time forbids, for THE SUN your Honorable Body to reconsider his minute the man: stops shoveling in coal.

percent i Some things jvg don't know. In the and he promptly soM'jt: at secondhand force took a holiday with the rest of the application for the principalship another The point is. however that when the

j Brass goals, 60 per cent I first place, we don't know where heaven I and pocketed the 'money.+ --St. Louis folks and much that is interesting and year. Respectfully submitted, engine is to be started again ten times

Chair trust, just formed, will advance is located ; in what part of Go4's great Post-Dispatch., timely must perforce be omitted. Wilmon Whilldin, Major. as much will" have been lost in.:>o,,er as

I pricxajo per cent. universe it is situated. Some suppose (twilt I : -:;", .-" -Once again the band played. M. J. Yarborough, has been saved in fuel or feed. \-

be on this present earth purified: Max Sirkin, Using up reserve force
Rubber overshoes (United States I la a nearbytown a small church was -- never pa3 s.
from it and fitted to be the ab-jde The speakers' platform and band L W. Burkhardt It is loss
/
? a
011; however it be lookedat.
advanced
of
Rubber Company), price 14 per sadly in need general repairs and a J. S. Eaiman. may
redeemed men and WOJJI 1J. My object' stand was a thing of veritable beauty The buying public is to
"i b1d Albert prone forget.
cat oa )(a1Ist. meeting was in it with a view to Majewski, ,
American Tin Plate company advanced ion to that is that there is a present' raising funds-for that The and invited jmany pleasant criticismand O. W. We'brecht It is, moreover, much wore difficult and

local heaven > somewhere at the present .purpoi: : cOlDmen\, from the multitude of J. C. Lanther much more expensive to regain a lost .
prIeeiaosnethinglikeopercent. minister havihgfsaid J5oowould be
f required -
r time, the borne of unnumbered billions' I visitors from'er.vwhere. The decoration C. Schmid. customer than to his I
,
I Newspaper % totf per cent a pound : a very wealthy (and equally George Zapf, prevent straying
: a farther advance in prospect. It may be in the sun, the center .jf life !' stingy) member of the congregation of this structure was largely due to Ceo S Adams away. Money Maker Magazine. *

and light to the whole system ; the most the efforts and ,kindness of Mr. Ernest J. D Mathis.J. -e- STaking
Book Gent and i cent arose and said he would give a dollar.Just'as .
papt'C' 5 per per
> glorious object in nature or in some to Allen. At night the stand and park II. Bradley,
No
.L expected writing paper. be sat down.however, a lump % Geo. Sanderson, Risks. AB
distant star more glorious than the sun was a forcible nftninder\ of the "Wooded
.plaster fell from .the ceiling aad hit C. StO ,' ---- --
J ers,
: In. common soap, 25 to 50 eenU a boxFlirt or in the center of the universe, round Island" at the World's Fair. A Columbia-
him on the head, whereupon he arose Geo. H. Maltby, Heights woman, who is If
gla.'S bottles will be advance in which countless stars revolve with their --
Rev. S. D Paine, exceedingly fond of
and hastily said he had made mistake animals, had
a an -
per cen'. or more.Jotibm Attendant worlds, encircling the throne Our visitors participated in as, well as I). A Thomason, odd

and manufacturers of clock of God. We don't know ; the Bible don't he would give $50. This was too much enjoyed.the} dfy's sports. As result, W. 3!. McDonald experience with one-ortwo-while
waiting at
for the enthusiastic bifpistfwho, forgetful J. F Oliver a railway station for a belated
bur advanced, the wholesale prices en tell-science cannot. the yachtrace[ prizes went Hjpcluxo. train.
of al1ed\1ut G. W. Idncr,
everything, tervent-
accountot the advance in metals 60 and M Mangonia, two biccle race prizesto
percent We are ignorant of the state of the W. Metcalf, In the
seat
I ly, "Oh, Lord, hit him again." Juiann, the men's swimming match next to her sat a small
W. H. Russell
soul after death. When the soul leaves tog, who evidently belonged to an elaborately
-- T.
--t- and the foot
All metal goods have been advanced the hither doen it prize to Boynton race prizeto Jas. Tlent'Try
; body, : go? What i is J. R. Evans dressed women in the seat just
bras* pins. 25 percent;pipes and brushes,' the nature of (be state intervening Dr. Houghton Com'ming.. St. Augustine. This is as the management L Willson.. beyond.

I2jJ cent combs. cent rib- between death and the --- hoped it would be-that all Martin Herter, lIe
per ; 7 per ; resurrection j 1 was a friendly little dog and lookedup
bows 10 per cent: : school furniture has Wherein consists of the happiness of the The latter part qi the wettk, Dr. F. II. would participate and thus enjoy the: Mrs. J. O. Nelson. at the Columbia Heights
ouguiQu: the well fcnoMn c-r.tist} who day all the more. I W, E- Glen, woman witha
well as bags and redeemed and the
as ofthe
paper miseiy wicked ot his
? tail
; gone up. nag which
has many fnvmls and patrons all along! F. 0. Williams! was an outward
wrapping paper. on these subjects revel: tion is dumb. ,the Fat Co tst, will be here with the Probably. no more appropriately P. C. Jones, and visible sign of a desire to make

The witness concluded by saying tl at We have no information concerning a I most unique! and complete dental outfit equipped float-ever particjpated in a H. Saunders, Jr. friends. She I leaned down and patted

before leaving New York he had been future state from those (tho have beep ever seen in Florida. He comes prey 1 parade than the one in this town on the Geo L. Banninp. him on the head.
pared lo attend 911 work in the dental. P..1. Chll1ir.gwtortb.
wanud by &II acquaintance, a lawyer there and returned to this world. We line that may b; desired y and bU record Fourth What with a Goddess of Liberty I .. His elaborately olrel>Setl mistress ira-

ditcctl) cvnuectrd with sone; of the say that the land beyond the grave is a an".r.putallon :is a guarantee of satisfactory of ideal grace, beauty aad feature, -- .- mediately reached out and took hey -

trtMfts, th&. be -as doing' a f'angerous land fix.ni which no traveler has r<, oocration ami treatment He an Uncle Sam as true to the familiar A splendid violin, fifteen years in use pet into her lap. precious

thing in '|rwiking befoie the commission turned. This i k not so, the daughter of will anchor hilftuat1l1i" denial- pirlor caricature as a photograph is to life i in first-class condition, can be bought "Pardon me," said she I
craft: the "IV apologetically
tos. ihe Dock '' ,
M lie wax liablf to be crumbed like acaterpillar. Jairus, the widow's son of Nun. Lazarus where he will be at Inuie near to friends City and both in face, figure ai.d garb, and with.' for $25W. Instrument guaranteed. "but my dog is not allowed to kto 'I

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