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Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: July 27, 1899
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00075915:00574
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I jr PURELY 'PERSONAL FERSPIRAnON.ESSETIALS.--' ,_ If ,I : e ,., LIVELY LOCAL LINUS.;

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To Health. Even if Kxcewive It II Condi.tlontobegoatktRatherThfcaAvolded. : IPEREGRINATIONS They Give Tone to the Entire System and
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: : I. You May or May Not Know.'(. I'I' ., "DIDYMUS," In "Forest and Stream." Uvely Local WblrUglj.! .*
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tt r 'I" i "Perspiration is essential to health," :. .fiY..YYY.Y.Y.1..YYG1:1:1.M.Gu.'Y1.Y.Y.1r .e .ie.e.... s.a e. e. .. For a hand bath(a bath given to the '1'i
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: '" A ttalaaca of Personal lUmt-VliIton In writes Edward B. Warman in the August ;. body by the use of the hands only, or i A Mirror of liner Mappaalagt*. A< ST. AUGtST1NEoiFf\; May -Ijd? indicated and there
enough was
29. sure ,
a .<'i ; !. the City and CtUuns Tinting Ladles' Home Journal. "A person in by spongue or cloth) place a handful of Coming Events and a ;
." itor Forest and Stream 1 obserje Ahab.one' of thE gigantic saurians
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r;'t i Out of the. City. good health never suffers from the heat -4 salt in a basin as ordinarily filled for Galaxy of Carrmt 6si.
I have to in issue of May *: swimming the river
across 200
you say your some
the cold unless One Allow the dissolve .
'I' or unduly exposed. washing. salt to or -- .-
: in comment upon the new Florida game yards ahead of the boat The captain .

:. : Dr" H. 'C.'Hood was in Hypoluxo may be inconvenienced by excessive law..which.restrict the amount of gama"[taid they were wild, and that he would hasten the action by stirring with the Fishing oft the ocean pier is all the go ,
business. perspiration, but if.is. ;; a condition of I hand! 'The water should be as cold as these beautiful nights Splendid CaUbts
Wednesday% on professional a kill in and not let much closer I
a us
person may year impose come ,so openedfire
__ __ !i health rather to be Ioughtthan avoided., you have vitality to withstand. Use no
_' i Rose Sanders of Mangonia, is a license fee of $io'en the non-resideu on him, and in quick succession are made especially by the ladle.
; Miss Too much of a gyod thing, however, is soap. Bathe the entire body. Do not &
for few days shooter. You may perhaps be sustainedin landed three,bullets in such close

visiting friends in town a I. not desirable. Proper'are of the body, proximity neglect the face and neck in the free use AUgust Fremb is receiving the roar
somewhat cynical' suggestloathat I to his that he
this L' at once sank
your eyes
proper diet, proper exercise, with proper of the salt water. This bath has an exhilarating "fcratulations of his friends upon th*
we have "locked the stable door out of sight.
t Glen G. Strohm returned Sunday bathing, will!produce' the"Dormal con ; : butIthine When influence, tones the entire arrival of a fine boy at his .home last
1< alter the horse has been stolen i" the next alligator seen,
the ditton-in which condition the heat will seas and the skin Friday.
from a few days' business trip to system, gives to a healthy
pun will grant that' at least we. after carefully adjusting his sights our
County Seat not oppress any one. Let me especially condition that amply repays for the time
I
deserve credit for having waked tip sportsman put a ball 'through him just ; The frame of the new addition to the
caution against the.too sudden checking and trouble involved. If used in the
if finally to the fitnation. We ,should( behind the shoulder. Then there Hotel Palms is and it
J, G. Fenno was up from Delray again of perspiration. Millions of canals or was winter it will be an excellent preventiveof up, presents quit

thia week enjoying a "day oS" from hisplaat.attoa. tubes frcon the inner pan of the body snrely have your sympathy, too, ap4 sport! He gave us such a gymnastic colds besides being a substitute for an imposing appearance from the Lakefront

"* the sympathy of all rf ht-minded sports exhibition as only a wounded 'gator can
their little mouths the surface face cosmetics.
,open at No chapping, no roughness -
these ceaselessas men in the"North, if .they could realizea give. lIe first tried to stand on his head _r _'-%_ __ _" ____ ., .. .. -
? John Brown and family were in town I and.through. channels_ as tenth of the obstacles' we who are then he tried to stand on his tail. Then 01 the SKIU no clogging 01 the pores Tn Ladies' Aid Society 01 the Congregational .
the flow of tims a Quid containing the I will trouble the person who systemat.
Church will
Hypolnxo Beet
this week returning to their enlightened in the matter have had to appatently tried to turn himself wrong Friday
wastes and impurities of the system is ically and regularly takes a bath of this afternoon at Mrs. George Potter1 at
home Tuesday night against, and still are opposedby side out Finally, recovering J
Fontend temporarily
passed outward end is emptied oat of the sort. Ordinary table salt or rock salt o'clock. .
Tuesda in the ignorance, indifference, obsti* from the shock.lie reached the .
Miss May Metcalf returned ) skin This fluid must have exit will do, but will not do so well. The

f from a visit of several days at the Ear- or we die in a few hours. If it'does nacy and animosity of our opponents.In water' and was lost to our sight forever." sea-salt contains medicinal properties Monday was municipal tax sale day
this new law we gave at least something The satisfaction manifested here
Beet home, at Lantana. not have vent at the surface of the ap not found in the others. Whether one with Marshal Paul C Joan as master of
to.build upon, a foundatijn upon pears t'cr have been based on witnessingthe'contortions' ceremonies. few sales mad
it have internal exercises not the should receive Very wm
let.S. D Paine will peach next Sunday body must some or body I
+ which in the future be.established of the wounded and
may
the life aneibeliefs of Col. escape. Nature abhors shocks as she a daily hand bath of cold or cool water, -in fact but two.
t sight oa legislation which shall be in every respect dying creature. This gleeful enjoymentof
and lessons to does a :varan. Heat. distends the especially in the summer, either upon
young
Robert Ingersoll, \ sound and efficient to accomplish the death throes, of .his victims '. The Young People's Society of ChriIo
aen. mouth of these duties and promotes a rising! or before rearing.-EDWARD B.
: t the purpose we are fighting fart, Vis manifested on other pages of the volume.To VARIIAK Home ttaa Endeavor will meet at t 3 oa ..
and rapid flow of the con- in the Ladle's
large more August
Tebongh Nilson is enjoying a visit tamed fluid ; on the other hand cold iting sportsmen, may resent the discrimination witness the convulsions of pain and i Journal. Sunday led by Rev (L IX Faiat,

of Gainesville and made against, them. 'They death agonies appears to have been ... Subject "That good Part,- Lake t, J?.
; V from Harry Knight, contracts them, and the fluid is at first
west: should understand however, that as pleasurable as to afford an adequate t 42.
::vClmncem Knight his brother a arrested, then dammed up, and then Ithe! DELRAY 'DOl GS. .
Pubt caddo you suggest we need money to"e.f rte d. for the longJourney from:the o list
i "__ it ireboundsIf these mouths are gradually Through toed Estate Agency of
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I .; 't closed fature has time to adapt the law; and thejrchouU be wUlmjfYacontribute : No jo I'toddati.ABlgatots;; however 'J. G.--F eno was 4t,-Palm Beach'on l. 2.)1. nrcWOl"- Leoa nl Marvin asd
Comstock left Wednesday mom.g to this end. The revenue not the of this
.J.W. were only objects slaughter business Monday.W. .
herself to the circumstances by Opening wife this vrcck conveyed to W. F.There
= for Brooklyn, N. "Y., to enjoy a derived from licenses is be from of the
to expended waged the deck' passing
: his last
her channels into the. great, internal Corfe shipped tomatoes of ton about fifteen acres of'1u4 i.Ton
; :Vacation visit with hu family and friends exclusively for the purpose of game steamer. The beautiful plume birds we '
I waterways of the body and no harm '_. ,. the season Tuesday.Rev. I ship 44. ,
f. the "nt ef Churches. protection tnrongn enforcement follows ; hence the safety and wisdom of Mr. Thomas held services at
Monday morning law. This means that the stock is to be those days and offered marks which Commencing Sunday July Josh, sad
l G. C Matthams left cooling off slowly after an exertion, and Fort Lauderdale last Sunday.M. .
7':1|v for Chicago where he expects to attend I the danger of cooling off rapidly under preserved (In so far as obedience to the received 'unremitting. attention. Mr. until further notice the hour for aerate

an important business meeting of the the same tircumstancts. Encourage law will insure that end. Certainly it Shields. records: I K. Lyman has moved his residence at Holy Trinity Episcopal: Chuck will

t Florida Pineapple Company,of which he under conditions. the limit prescribed by the statute shall "During the remainder of the day we up the avenue. a block nearer the rail. be 4 in the afternoon instead of 7ytla
perspiration, proper
.. Is a stockholder and the resident and with precautions. Always be observed by all shooters, both native had fine sport shooting blue herons, road. the evening. -p

proper and foreign, the fecnn.lify of the birdsmay white egrets, blue and white ibises, Smith Bros were in town over. Sunday _
tt tf 1I1ID&&er.f keep the surface of the body'aim and ____ &. ___ .L 'c : ._ .. ____ The Royal, Poiacuva fire escapee were
f lie depeuded upon to restock the ducks, cormorants, coot, etc., but owingto and went in Pompano tu look over
clean, and at the end of the season you given a careful tail last week, ails duet 1
J. W. Porter is as happy as a king covers and we may expect a sufficient the motion of the boat (she made the prospects there for a Spring crop.
will\ be mentally, morally and physically by Capt. Ala the hotel
,
every year
over the arrival of a nine-pound boy at or supply for years to come. 4 about fifteen miles an hour) I made Sterling & Russe'l are giving their
t sound. custodian 10 that defective
1 .. his Hypolnxo home Wednesday. Dr. Mol eover,'while I am not prepared to rather a poor score with the rifle. The place of business a new coat of paint any ono

H. C. Hood the attending phpsician, -----S e.-- say that any spirit of hostility- the Doctor with his shotgun did much bet which will add greatly to its appearance. can- be replaced.

that Jim is Retting along quite Fountain of Ufe. non-resident shooter had influence in Game is all
lays The ter. very abundant along PatroLs in this district are really anxious I Lauther'fBallu, sachfa no sure.
: akely. the law it is, there is a the river."
cab framing just as about the coming school season, as The large room iibeiagttus&inael law
Sux-
Written for THE !towing impatience at the wanton char. It is not so abundant now. there are several of the pupils that are a boarding house. It to Whlerstood that

i Rev. J. L. Thomas, of Delray, was a God. man and destiny-mighty boundless Thee I acter of many of the shooters who invade The pictures painted of these practices somewhat advanced in studies and inquire Mrs. M. Kollock! has tented tbcttrBct

visitor in town Friday last .Mr Thomas Source and stream and motion ocean the State from the North. Indeed, when of Coquina and his fellow sportsmen teacher. ore and will have the entire building.
whose eternal-awelling a grade
baa cemented to occupy the pulpit at Holds the past, the present and to-be. one considers the abominable atrocities are very vivid, and if anyone won- ''
the Congregational Church for a few which have been perpetrated in Floridaby ders at the present conditicn of our 'V. Gunnell left Tuesday morning for E. M. BreUford and mother start for

i t weeks while Dr. Paine. is absent on his I II. Thou We mighty know not source where of the life fountain and light sings| game slaughterers, of what I may Florida rivers compared with what then Philadelphia. where he will engage in Ohio today Mr. Brelafon) fa treatment

I. vacation trip in the East From whence the universe of things rail the____ "Ponnina".tvn__ _'__ -'C-*-.' LIne nian--- -ls-- at-- existed nf the wild life "1'""."\."..tin
t I Rev and Mrs. S. D. Paine expect to Burst forth upon the soundless night! the indifference, not to say complacency;! he may find his perplexity fully satisfied new who settlers will greatly and miss has made him. many friends Mr. Brelsfonl expects tobtgoe* H} .

' vacation two weeks from next We know not where,nor when nor how with which their bloody exploits have in such paragraphs as this: some three veeksor more. Capt. Bach

'i leave on a to direct to Thy great creative powers began. been permitted to go unpunished. I "A brisk 'norther' was blowing this Chas. Miller, of this place was at Root has charge of the post office during
Monday They expect go Which formed the mystic worlds we scan
.J Miami last week and fine his abtcnce. <
purchased a
have used the expression "of the Coquina
Philadelphia and visit their children, Scattered o'er the night's dark brow LAnd morning, accompanied by a cold, driving
t type" because the practice; of rain that rendered the cabin far mule and wagon. The mule got away
Paine.
Ralph
E.
Ralph and Grace from the Inanimate clod from Sunday night was the occaskm of em
him and started
i butchers of this sort have been &oj comfortable than Monday morning
is known to most people in West Made man-the noblest and most lair game more the open deck
Paine of the several weddings TH* Sin referred
back for his former home which caused
well set forth Mr. Gea 0. Shields ,
by oiled
where he lectured on his Of all created things are I so we our guns and laid them
Palm Beach to as being on tapis. 0. that day
experience in the Spanish war. Miss | And likened him to Thee 0 God! (Coquina) in his narrative of his personal |away. But time did ,pot drag, for the Charles a somewhat warm walk, as he Miss Annie ndIoVNMa.s.
had to to Boca Ratone before he .
Grace lain her senior year in the woman'scollege Thou gayest him mind and heart and strength ; exploits in Florida. pave just captain entertained us with many interesting -i. go became the wife of Ilowttl Kitchia*.
could the animal.
The pulpit of thepongregatfonat And power to subdue the whole been looking over the story of his doings stories of life on the St John's.He capture
of Baltimore Father DeBnrae Catholic print.
Of earth and bend to his control here told'by himself and iti! is worth JWf.
as he has .
Church will be suppliedby says freqently as many as 0.
Its creatures all from breadth to length. it formed the ceremony at the Yarbutough
Rev Thomas pastor of the Delray while to recur 'to it. because typical twenty-five sportsmen on board at once. residence.The .
J. And gave him ambition,a darling hope I of one kind of "sportsmen"i have armed with MAXGOS1A MUTTERIXGS.
Presbyterian Church. He was connected shotguns, rifles revolvers, .,
That oft riot in the brain
runs had to deal with. etc.. and that make sad havoc North precinct of the County hu
with the Young Men's Christian Association And bids us dare to reach a plane they *- Another boat is on the ways at the

among the soldiers in the late Where action-finds a broader scope* Mr.*Shields made a trip rip the 81. among the waterfowls, 'gators, etc. point this week for repairs. a wideawake Cotnmisstooci i. W. V,

Spanish war, and is scholarly, eloquent And man with emulation springs Johns River and to the Gulf Coast The That if a bird escapes the fusilade thatis The Steamer Lake Worth is removing' Rushing He will come pretty near

aad popular with* his people.) lIe will ,From crowned ascent to'ascent, I story of the expedition is told in a volume opened on him the moment he appears from this week. seeing to it that hiS district receives due
the Seat
occupy the parsonage of the Congregational On one all-daring purpose Ixyit- -.". ich now lies before me, entitled within range, it can be regarded as only County Juno consideration when it comes to public

.t.\. church in the absence of Mr. and To win a fame with starry wings, "Hunting in the Great West (Rustlingin a miracle. The 'gators, he told me, MBS Susie Corlin of Jupiter has beenon improvements. This district tau two

$ Mr. Paine. And flit around our little world the Rockies)." While the bulk of I fare no better, and hundreds nt each a visit to Miss Rose Sanders of this Commissioners and BO one to further

.. And leave an everlasting beam 1 toe me 01. are killed. a v_.0.1.. winter, and still there P Lace. Tint w_,....atnrnAfl._._._ lirtm..-_*_ Monde Y., its interest t
-- Of glorious light to gleam. volume is given up to record ---T" d

Epworth League Program. Until the scroll of Time be furled I slaughter of big game in the West some is no perceptible decrease in their J. M. and F. A. Rowley paid a visit to The revival KTVKH at the )S. R,

And Thou hart called: him "Son," -t' chapters of it are devoted to an accountof number. Manv of the latter are wounded their Boynton plantation Monday in the Church are still in program with two

SCNDAY, JULY JO-3 P. m. And named him as "Thy Friend" his Florida expedition. From Jack. who speedily recover. He thinks launch None Such, but are home and services every day except Saturday. p_

Leader-Mrs. Ceo. S. Adanw. ,, When What all,gracious fhy blessed God work shall Is be doneJAMES his end? sonville: Mr. Shields took passage up I there is not an alligator on the river resting again now.J. These services are under the auspice of '9

Subject, "That Good Part Luke i, 38, :: C. HARRIS. the St. Johns River on the steamboat five' years old but carries twenty to W. Warner, cousin of Geo. H. the Epwonh League suc sty
-r 42. Georgea. Game, be tells us, was then thirty pounds of lead in hU carcass! and Griffin, is visiting the latter at Riviera, place. It is stated that this is the first

Opening Song No. 66. -.S -- abundant in all that vicinity-deer, turkeys he notices that it is very difficult forcome having arrived last Sunday. He leaves instance on record where. a chapter ot

Prayer. Geo. B. Hinckley has returned to Sa quail! and alligators. of them to swim with even, their for his home in Atlanta Friday. i the Epworth League ii this cuantry

Song No. 86. vannah after a stay of over two months ";On the moroto'g the I7th" be noses above water, on account of the Mrs. C., E. Merchant left Wednesday have undertaken to institute or coeJuct

Bible Se1ectLmMem'bers.Jteading at his unique and attractive home in the relates, "at 7 o'clock a. m we were extra ballast they carry." morning for a visit to ,her friends in a church: revival t

and explanation of LessonLeaderv -; "Four-Mile Hammock: south of New i', under way. Capt. Schoonwaker, master When :Mr. Shields Boston and will be joined by her husband -- -
: ant to the Gulf
the informed that Redifer, of Lake Worth tinted
of Georges, us we Harry
River, where he has established a model Coast he found as soon as he has housed his launch
would find of from this the wild bWs there in a I a number of of his friends to a dciifrtuf
plenty game
Prayer. winter residence. Early in the Fall he condition of blissful I and done what other work is necessary
ignorance and "
: nn sail in the "fiirdte B Wedeea4ay
point up, so we brought ont our guns- even
Song No. 38.MarionMiss he will be back to continue, and enlarge here. 'I
Bessie Thomason. Dr. W. his shotguu and'I my rifle. We eating security which made eafV'tbe I ing. Those compoainf the J4I1 were

upon his extensive improvements., i the sport of doing them to death. Going Misses Vesta and Fern Wiilson, Yar
Meeting open to Members and Visitors. I|took up our positions on quarterdeck Wanted.A .
through the pine woods out from Man- borough. Redifer aa4 Mclcalf and
for business. ,
-Mrs.Houston. Miss Maude County Judge Heyser, Clerk Qnimby ready

Sanderson Qaartette I>r. R A. Thomason, Geo. L.BraD.ml' and Tax Collector Anthony are all at And he was not long in getting to|Stre, Mr Shields came to some ponds.Of A good, strong clarinet or cornet essrs. Yarbogh.. Turn Parent

work in their new County home at Miami., "business,'* for he relates: one, be records: player who is either a painter and sign- L U. Frazare. N. Burton.Allie Umtuat

Reading-Miss Fern Wi1l o1L THE SUN man looked in on them this "1Ve had gone but a few miles when "We saw in it a dozen or more of the writer, a baker or a carpenter to correspond and Harry Redifer. The party tar

Announcements.Closing week and found them busy as beavers the ladies, who occupied seats in the large: water birds which are so numerous with S. H. HAPPBRSETT, Ii chaperoned by Mr*. YarUmNign. Tie

Song No. 100. getting their books and documents pilot-house, shouted. 'There's an alligator in this State. I brought ont my 1 Sec'y.I.ake.\Vorth: Band, boat left the city dock abort 1 cluck

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EXPENSIVE THE
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:$200.000 which the Danish Ra .1.
to cease fighting before '
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paid Aguinaldo
ABE SAFBANF.K & SON,\
the Philippines
came to "
the Americans t
Archard Conner on Our Aguinaldo' took the money, made hia MINAGEKS 09 'Does Vour .StationeryNext
"* promise and continued the insurrection .
Philippine Policy precisely aa before. He had BO 'more The Three Friends I


laDLE DE1UBQ OF AGUttALDO.tfc regard a the professional gentleman for bis word politician and than patriot a bas guerrilla whom This our is Tailoring- Company. r-- StfIt YJuP?ekes 3'i


American officers mistakenly took to SUITS .AID PUTS Wt TO O BlDL f
their when they came to Manila. ( i
\ Viper Which w. T..k t. O.ri I arms Next 'his there is \
to wearing apparel Dot.hiDgf i
that if in the beginning
.. It is certain
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take et TrcatU. tk. Ratl...:.. we irresponsible bad treated children the Filipinos they are like this the insurrection Cleaning, Pressing and RepairingA : : a really neat nan II'to.particular about aa j j

I c.....-Tfc rn..... DetweeatyaatN. would uot'' have started. .As Specialty. the quality and appearance of his Stationery.And =
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sal a Marl it is. the only thing now is to give the .
IV niggers." u they are called here a FIT liD WCEIUJLHSHiP! 6W1ITEED. in very truth it does proclaim his bus-

MAXILA. April 10.-Bignilire In theair'that thoroughly good beating till they are FLA. There is no arpunM t tIn
well cowed then treat them kindly WEST PALM BEACH, Incas as a neat fitting and stylish suit of I !
our Yankees are here to stay
afterward till
but strictly aa inferiors
.Yesterday 1 passed two American women they gradually learn'civilization. The clothes proclaims the man. 5 favor of paying aura than

on the street One war a tall goldenLashed sooner and the more thoroughly the: G. W. IDLER I $50 for aav mate of wheel
blond the other a abort little punishment is administered the better.I ia the ..."trWWI is the
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I r''' woman with napping black eyes At The Filipinos may be burned out and It will, if it isfurnished price of popular totUhk

\ I flitted cart. the little one- with.n_ the,- driven away from a spot but for a ., ._ .R.... ,-. N. ... han heed. leaden for so tost,
\ t snapping black ')'eluld: time they will gather tike flies again so you byibe.right t I years and art leaders,tiui, 1M .
"I'm only waiting till I get my di. soon as our army baa parsed on. and ,
Torce." they will fire from ambush on the first Jewelers an d ptician!

t. American institutions are established peaceful white traveler who passes that kind of a.house,,present a nice apt -
I ta the Philippines It has been large way Our army baa driven the rebels .
conundrum to the American people every step of the way since it started Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, 'pearance and make food impression, which
why the Filipinos should break loose in here-that. too. without difficulty r Musical! Goods, Strings. ; etc. r'
WCYCLBSpioneer
and torn on their deliverers after the but for the peace of the country it will would not be the due- kf:yon used shoddy '

had been "out The be neceaeary to leave detachments of soli .' ,
Spaniard whipped Ink Blank'Btiks
( that
Stitloiiery was poorly. printed. .mla"Price
I t paper old .
CUll la to be found (n the character of diers. at frequent intervals 20 year
'I don't like to fight these niggers. 'Now while speaking of homes_ that are
said an American soldier who baa been NEWS .
'k at the front ever since the fight with DAILY PAPERS. '. "right" we must not fall to mention $40
.. the Filipinos bal! been on. They have

\. not sense enough to stand up to 1 a Fin :Watci l' J8'f81ry'Rep irini Twenty aperUace few
years'
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squire scrap and quit when they are ,-0
thicket in : ttngVt lUxstaa makers how to
hide in the
licked. They ;
BBAKCBE8.
IH ALL .
Thef
( front of you and they sneak up on you ; > ,- build aM bcrtwbeb oa earth

from behind after you have whipped .SIIil1 !. Black, Wist Pill! Inc' f.. cheaper Uaa'aaroca sbe, aid
.
them once, and there's no satisfaction they are doing last tint.
i I any way." r

4, f; t powder The Filipinos and cartridges know bow Among to. make them- CematlsAvenue'upply .' Tro.pic1 l .CALL...,4X0.... /W Ut. eel.M4XMLU3....

Ira men formerly in the employ of the BICYCLE HOSPITAL

Spaniards at the arsenal They have a $ Store-.:: t ,
and cartridge factory,
a' traveling powder QEO. 5. ADAMS, Prep'r.hiddiu's .
the rude implements they .. '
gathering up -
1 .
u'n t
\1SIti use and taking the same with I them as ::-Wett Palm Beach Florida 4 t.

I \ they fly from pillar to post .Besides J. D.. MATHIS Piopnator. .
\1 l that some Chinese in these islands who I Mirkit
of UJf (ItCCIIM'U Bru... hktfj*4{cast,C*) ,
oft
that to part
take way pay
\ grudge they owe Americana follow 11r W cttoqutct Bclra and amen Prose, 1, .; Whieh enjoys a" well merited reputation for ...
along in the track o! the 8gbtiDi'104gather f 'r" /* PwpVltii tO 811pP"
Goods and : work. THE SUN baa
up the empty American car Bakery .furnishing high-grade witti' ...
tridgee and sell them to the insurgents- Family Groceries *. along East IOU p6e
the
worth while to a.' ': the best equipped Job Office
consideration ..
for
t comer' .My t !4 Nuts! at t lifts Pde. .
gentleman with a cue Nothing .... Specialty.Goods lo Coast, and i is' better prepared now than ever

amiss to a Chinaman. These cartridges delivered free to any:part Pre h Fork
Hip the rebels fill and use again. before all the of thetrade
v\ of the City or across the..Lake.AIL to meet requirements
.
liar has got in aome "
The newspaper .. Beef
Orient Given'pn.'lttaU. .
I of nla ,finest work in depicting' the .. in that line
horrors of the eicklinees of Manila. Goods First-Class .and Fresh., Highest Poultry
111/1h Frightful tales were told st home of prices paid for country produce. "
the smallpox the fever the malaria, Bar of me and I will"nave you money. 6.1'1'; >.,-High-grado Work Eggs.

the snakes and the scorpion of these *
blessed islands. The actual truth is that .: ",U'the kind-THESUN docs," Native Heats a III&1t1

t : with average sanitary conditions Manila Geo.'' Hacker &:SOnY Your Patronage Solicited.
f healthful Honolulu
I would be as aa ,
(tu cr northern Mexico or Florida itself, r : Market on Baayaa Street,
who have ; and the only kind 'We have found throughan
soldiers
The health of our
i been ont on the line fighting since the t (, experience extending over a number of 11.11 WEST PAUl BEACH. t;
$ It/ 41iI 8th of lad February this day excellent Y \.q -

I have from nqmeroua soldiers r : '. :;J. ,:' .y ara.lhat it pays to do this, for when you
themselves the testimony 'that they TII Uti C SlilIIIt
I yn iIiIiii' never felt better Their greatest needle t once get a customer he will stick knowing ,
rf N without ..ft" Wttt Mm Beech Fkrvh
that of thin cotton clothing ,
1 jliae which no boy in blue should be sent J \ that what la done for him will be done RIGHT, ,
I .
Ifrwecuvo here The blue should be retained but '" .' ,, -
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WABBIOB. it should be cotton instead of wool In t' -.--". : and in a manner that will be both pleating Authorized Capital $100,000.UpCwt .

themselvea The Americangovernment one day recently our troops marched 15 .'IIP_ "-"-- II- 'and"attractive.' Paid / V5,000.
natives
the '
it along Wemade miles over rebel intrenchmenta and ---:-:- _. --
teams aa goes
I through thickets and very few of them
in CfflCltt
dealing :
a mistake in tbe'start of the: MANUFACTURERS OF
were knocked out till tbs end :
with the Filipinos The mass of them E.K. DIIIICI, frM. Mf.U.D.HUUUCUM .

are no more civilized than the savage journey The .testimony of Americana who Doors Sash, : I : Af 1that'sttheCheapest ,,*,,uU,.,.
is that of angneesponsible
character
of Africa Their bave been here in business several 610. L. BIIAMIX0, C. child The Spaniards months is universally in favor of ;:thecountry Blinds, MouldingsAND .: 1 --
fcwked en them U southern planters The longer tbey remain the afterall.V.cen y Office Hours From|a.m.u a p...
slave before the -
the

weelThey were negro as southern fit to be slave treated be- here better certainly they lib it t thrive White admirably babies born'tbe :Building Material, ; I Gtleral BlHIlIBttltt TrKsuWl'oIt

with politically U fin four five of their l lives 1 I .... .. 4rtcrtpt.
been or years ruaDircrnuLargest ., .LL tn ptua Atli .u. a ,
would have send
be _
the war S C.ta' else
lore bombard' have this on the authority of Mr. P; K "n"n"5 When Dewey had orders, to A. Meerkamp Van Embden.. Dutch Factory South, r rtpal dUN o tbeNSpanUh forts here be.wu abort where for your Stationery and save possibly
consul In Manila many years Three of
banded of men.coal and provident Be Send for Mess
did the best be-could under the circumstances hit children were born here. I have a few cents on an order amounting to several 1
all the help! be been told that the Spaniards who first O'DONOGHUE= -
sail accepted
and time la consumed and
settled here sat afloat persistently dollars, remember that
It
-
, could fet from the rebels, wu neceaaary .
the of the unbealthfnlo -
4 did tba work ha waa set to do. kept up story
bat tuned Ha Spanish prisoners over to of the Philippines order to keep : delays occasioned in' doing so, and that if THE ALL '1IfIJIPIITIIIIIB
it's trueOne
other white out. Maybe
the rebels for safe keeping Be did it of the races oddest results of the Filipino i mistakes should occur,'you will have more or
became be could not keep ..them'himrU "
There are various and conflicting Insurrection: baa been the between establishment -...... lest trouble in getting them rectifiei.h = ,
of, a real friendship
atoriea aa to the way the Filipinos the Americans and the Spanish here. ,An ..
treated their late masters. Some say. hated Has come to la Weal Palm
Before the outbreak tbe Spaniards : stay
could for them.
they did the best they I t :
others that they paid off old grudge IIl advertisement 'FheSun1uuarantees.. Beach, and ta BOW ally prepare Indo

1 br At inhuman length treatment the American land forces 'Satisfaction I work to ratify his patrons.Shells .

[ CSJM. The services of the Filipino in- I, ,
aametionista.' neb U they were. were '. 'inTE '.
fait accepted Oar general officers DO i t'',. 'J u Ia ie iie Elstl J
more than the American people at w :and is right here at tjbtte, where it stands cpp. ,

borne, knew tbe Filipinos Consequently -
r ly chummed with them treated "SUN BI ready stall times ind under all circumstancesto WEST PALM DSACH.

them u equals The eyea of the old I,
Spanish resident fairly turned Inside fulfill its contracts to the letter. It you 1

out with horror when they saw an t r will '.are' not satisfied with ,work -)'00 nay have ,
.' American. officer walking along the t i
t street arm in arm with a Filipino. It I gotten elsewhere and 'wish a change in the
waaaaif a member of the New York bring results ., II

Four Hundred should introduce hiatalet style or grade of your Stationery,. ,

at his club or it again southern .. Ii
planter before the war should have
given a banquet to hia negro slave boa- and will } =Send in'a trial. order
tier and invited hi* own swell friends SUBSCRIBEFOE ''It

I to be present Distinguished blnebloodd s3'FILirtxn .>,for,anything, you may needin 'ItIj
American army and navy officers bring 'emquic, Ij IjI j
.
I dbtiuxnifhed American civil officials
treated with Agninaldo and hit fellows i i i \ Heads 1
Letter ,
the office or counting room-
i exactly as if they had been responsible ,
Just it.
civilised white people. BSLLK8. try .Note Heada, Statements,' Tags, Envelopes,
r
The militate war disastrous though the Americans A senora passing our .. .
fortunately not a fatal one. soldiers would draw aside her skirts in Carder Bill- Heads, Bills of Lading Counter THE SUN. 1j
The revolt wu that the childish Filipino that peculiar way that seems to delight i
.
t, bead was completely tamed. The the feminine soul wben it would fain I '_" .. ,'. Pads, 'Circulars, Dodgers Hand Bills, Pam 1WIIEN j
natives began to think they were some express: : 'scorn. After the outbreak all 1
x body, like white folk Having no more was changed. "The Spanish! couldn'tdo phlets,'or in fact anything thatyou may want 1

idea of the real power of the United enough for us then." an American w ,, PRINTING- 1j j
States than of the complexion of. the soldier told me American and Span in the line of

CIlia in the moon they swelled up like iard were drawn together by having I
the frog that tried to be an ox. Agnlnaldo mutual enemy a bond stronger than

himself is an ignorant native boy that cemented by the possession of a BrelsfordBros. 'J 'An&wewillyp1easeayousure.' i
Behind him are men of mixed Chine mutual friend. I
blood far shrewder and more capable A dark eyed, intelligent Spanish
f thin he For their own purpose-that woman at the bead of a photograph Real Estate and InsurinC8, t I. Jacksonville lilt care lad .Ito

;V ,. of making a good thing out of this fuse gallery here informed me emphaticallythat PALM BEACH, FLA. It your Ok Frleed who .ut surprise 1
.' .they egg him and his deluded" natives she liked Americana I you with B&rrQ'I-

tv.'P. ; oa to fight the Americana They expected "The senora Americana is the equal Notary Public. .Cottagesto Rent Dry (jowl*, ntthluff .a4
to be bought off handsomely of tbe Spanish! senora." said she. pointing I OeD It' V'urulxhiass..w
inch first and then ber 7Postoffir* Building.North o! .
Even treated with on an impossible to me slapping own W4 lintel. ?
i basis however the Filipino leaders cheat "but the Filipinos-naw-w I" > D.II&rttL B1NOBR Nn, ,.Maeasat.

\, eR 0114" pot bar- been quiet Today there Euu .AiCIUJU coma. i ttU- JAu.aonn.u..flOII.A


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,TIll TROPICAL SUN WEST; _PALM[ BEACff. FL081D1 THUBSDAY JULY 17, im f

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MASONIC. ., E.U.DIMICK
l of the Haioala Tersa __ z
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,:Ji9 ....."- .ntk, West ana East. :'; : c.9 Palm Are Haaot With" I 2 afee.
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Cowan. this purely Ma.sonlc'tel'lli. .la Plans* That Hire A A.,. .

derived from the Greek "konn"_ a dog. Beach second to BOB. Tb y art Ifc*
In the early of the church. when : ,.
ape ,. _. kind that have stood the &ft.t
the mysteries of religion were communicated '
: time aJ1l1 bar tttlf M tttt
x "' .:KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. only to initiates under the veil of t Drug BOtt
secrecy, the Infidel and nnbaptized profane ; ,' ... = .;' critical( uutidaM i Ia wry way

Sh.' Order Tig.rou I. Loddaaa, .were called "dogg" a term probablynggested \ *, ., Store. They Are Not
Helaut GllBte. by such passages of Scripture *
"Gire which : I old ttjle >Uaot that dare feet
While the reports of the grand officer a*in Matthew vii 9. not that i
l, at the recent *essk>n of the grand lodge is .\holy unto the dogs neither cast ye SPARKLINGThese .and Royal Poinciaoa Piracy retted for years and U",a eiT,red >
pearls before swine, lest they tram "
of Louisiana your M",nl' bargain., __ .r*
deN ple them under their feet and turn again .,. ,
show a slight J .
) they "cheap, IOW'lfltl."plIHi
ia' and rend you. Hence "koun. or dog "
crease yet membership. the meant among the early fathers one why t -DEALERSriq made to tell "at ball prim"

in better had not been initiated into Christian mysteries -
lodge are -
Every Piano Is New
i condition The term was borrowed by the
'. : financially and Freemasons" and in time corrupted Into are' the expressions Drugs Toilet Articles and wry part U n ad* la las
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.
: otherwise than "cowan. Illinois Freemason. Mallidtbtk Factf" -". i
". .o. t they have ever The committee on foreign correspondence which to! a guarantee U *l It will
i been before. The of the grand lodge of New York which can be heard on all Fine Stationery and last a lifetime.
reports of delegates recommended the severing of fraternal
;-. Indicated a relations with the grand lodge of Wash Why Take CbaaeesOB
'_ .,. revival of interest ington because of the recognition by that sides concerning the news Druggist Sundries. cheap piaao when the O'dand
.'.;. in the order body of negro Masons and negro grand
throughout; the lodges. which hare always' been regardedin Reliable I&\h.laek eta t* e

," .. grand domalu.i the state as w ithout standing owing it columns of Prescriptions Carefnllj Compounded bought' prh-w tad tens to
-k Mr. P. A. Cap- the irregularity of the authority from East Coast Business Solicited. nityoa? There are nor than
.. A. c.u>DAU. dan Of New Or-' which they claim to hold their charters. t '
: 'Jetu, the new grand chancellor.: all a The recommendation was adopted and -jot. WEST PALM BEACH.: 6-lO.9ti. 15,000 )t&thuahek1&101 ia

teatoos and active.rythian and has' been the entire matter was placed in the hand -- the South. "Yea Should liar
a member of the order for upward of 15 of the grand master. One.H

lean lie is familiar with the member John TorninRsen' is now grand commander Genuine Halhnihek I'ilBot

ship throughout the grand domain and of California Knights Templars. THE.v. Laundry, are only told bjrLUDDKX
li that be Is favorably known is shown by The assets of the grand lodge of New

bis elevation 40 the highest office in theirIL York aggregate about S' 200.00o. Wricht ---- .. WO KEE- Proprietor. HATES' H.L U.
cUt.-. D. Pownall is grand;; ti..m- I Fred Hahn, .'Upr.
North Carolina has no state deputy --I 29 East Si JaektoaTliU
fI There are 12,500 Knights Tempura Bay ria.
....... ..
Shirts .
aad.has a. grand tribunal which nu.. uoajj Pennsylvania in 75 subordinate J0r "
f at grand lodge sessions. manderiea. Open Front. .. ... ...... :tfur2:1e "
f L: Collars.,. ?.......... .......... :! 4
f......... p, the provisions be but two of the lodges organization of the The grand lodge of New Jersey charge Cuffs ..... .................._............... tie To Rent by the Hoar or De,.
there can Khorsssan In Nebraska, and t fee of $20 for a dispensation to confer TROPICAL: Ladle Shirt Walllte.,.,... _.....?......1&0
Knights of two or more degrees at the same communication. ONLY IttW BICYCLES 19 TOSS. '
,they will be located in Lincoln and .

Omaha with concurrent jurisdiction over The new Masonic temple at Los Angeles .. FIRST-CLASS WORK GCABAXTtED. Nest Door North of Tropical S o. Blob

c' t. the'statsu pays a dividend of 4 per cent. San Banyan Street,WEST PALM BEACH. W. R. lUTCl1ELLTropttetca
Massachusetts grand domain made a Francisco temple pays 8 per cent.J Sf I, t. 2-3 .

net gala of 275 last year present mem hose Robertson will at the next session
t IImhlp;14.414- of the grand lodge of Canada introduce
The 8t Paul lodges of the Knights of a resolution permitting:a.lodge by -
i ': Pythias recently unveiled a monument at special bylaw to require that four blackballs .SUN.
fort SneUing in memory of William S. must be'cast in order to reject a : BURKHARDPS Jely ty. tligq.
A Butler and Robert Folmer two members person applying for admission. s .
h' of the Third United States infantry who The grand lodge of New York has had MANY A ) MAKES A
died last fall Both were members of fry Twelve served two *
48 grand masters. .
.lEz : lodge at Fort Bnellin years two served three years five served MICKLE 1 MUCKLE
,ti.." \ The grand lodge of California donated four DeWitt Clinton and Morgan I
years.
;,; : $ OO to the San Francisco board of relief. Lewis each: served 14 years, and RobertL. The OLDEST and BEST This Store never howls about it Wng. a cheap store. Out I we
: : 1300 to Sacramento and $150 to Livingston served 17 years. do prate about it being a "Quality Store
;
,, f. !. Stockton The grand lodge of Colorado U returning This Store is keenly alive to the small economic MctttMirT
I y- to early principles. It will not permit 'newspaper published in the to everyone, rich or poor.
ODD FELLOWS. lodges to pay their secretaries stated This Store makes it possible for anyone to bar DM Very Beet

salaries. _... .' on your table at no greater awt than heap KOCH!* are wild, for..
PH.el>>... .! the Order Exemplified.. *. '
Frleadlr Grip.. County. Each week they Note our Cookies; they are the finest made, at came price M
MODERN WOODMEN. cheap ones are sold for.
: A brother who visited the Wisconsin
! Odd Fellow home located at Green 4 Note our Butter; none so good.LTwrBURKHARDT.
.. contain
Growth of the Order Dariaff AprlLCainp
Bay writing to The Odd Fellows' Gosilp. Note ourCoffee j in fact Dote everything Wt offer, aDd rom-

1-:, Friend of Milwaukee, says "It would .
month of closed with 153
The April
F-- be a good thing if some member of each
f'; lodge could visit this home at least oncea new camps chartered and 14.000 certificates filBl t EfWinei
year" and we will add that it would issued. This U the largest number .: ,
- be a good thing if every member of the of new camps chartered in any month All the News Store 'Phone No. a. Residence'P&on No. j.
ograulzution'of the and .
order In our state could at least once visit since the society
: ear,Orpuu' home and the Old Folks' exceeds by 12 the record in March. .... X'-

-* borne. The experience of such a visit California reports a net gain of 241 ..
would be a convincing proof of the work last year; present membership, 11,780. >' '
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< \ :
, of plified.friendship and love practically exem 875.The Pythian home fund. amounts'to $6,- that .IS News New Store Ken Goods RiCk Dsttsii P.1 I ITj1OMASOj4


\ .'The kicker may have his uses but he The Woodmen can confidently look : ..
cannot help but throw mud and dirt forward to 'the time, not far''distant & B OWH
white.* .Is kicking. when their society will lead all other I ; ,
-
/ .:,Being past.grand.in a. subordinate societies in point of membership. not :Dealers in Dry Goods Shoes Ladles' and
1ocI.-does not'make a.past grand in a There U a feeling growing in the minds frWtal Gentln'sFurnishings
r Rebekah except for the purpose of being of some of the delegates to the biennial and Notions. '
.
a deputy of the grand master. head camps that the cities securing each Beach and immediate vicinity .
The Cebeksh lodges of New York state successive head camp are attempting too We bay for cash and sell for cash go give lower pikes thin ntum who give

;: have applied for a charter as a state as much in the way of entertainment.In credit. Our motto is, Quick sales and email profits,and DO dl..

t'=- sembly. his report to the head camp Head but from 'all points 01 crimmatlODf, but sell to all at same price, good are all
Sept. 20. 1851. the degree of Rebekah Consul Northcott said that 1.C33 Woodmen 1140-tf plainly marked in figures.
a was adopted by the Grand lodge of the I. volunteered during the war and
United States. out of this number 55 died, and their Insurance note onthe:: Lake and along

The trustees of the Philadelphia Odd was 'promptly paid by the so

Fellows' temple report a debt of 1.113 ciety. _ _ THE EHRMHN HOUSE
the railroad thus makingit ,
TOO exclusive of interest and arrears of ,
taxes. They have agreed to let the property UNITED WORKMEN. Is now,open for Winter Travel.

be sold by the sheriff, and a com BEST Oil ACCOMMODATIONS.-TABLE BEST THE 1IAR.K 'AFFORDS.
:
has in Honey Needed to Eitend the Order. easily
mittee been appointed to buy it -Sa.Ui In Connection.
and save it to the order. Lodge Gle.alalf"The
Rates Reasonable. Short Distance from the. Depot.
All the lodges In Louisville are member grand lodge of California has provided
of the local Odd Fellows' board of an extension fund of $9,000 and an Address Mrs. S. E. EARMAN, WKST: PALM IJF.-\CIIIU.
additional fund of $5,000 to be distributed -
relief. in prizes to the members making a .
The estimated revenue of the grand total of $14.000 for extension purposesfor The Leading Family Newspaperof
lodge of Pennsylvania for the ensuing the coming year. It coats money to THE TRftYELERST
year Is $24,725$26.550.and the estimated expenditures do the work df securing new applications. F

The \\'. California -
A. 0. U. grand lodge of -
At present there are about 60 inmatesof at its recent convention adopted NEW MANAGEMENT,-
the Missouri Odd Fellows' home at a resolution requiring the printers' union Dade County. .

Liberty. label on all printing of the order.. ., .. FELIX GARCIA, Prop. Jacksonville Fla.
All proceedings against a member must The grand lodge of Massachusetts received
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be brought in the lodge In which he holds t
member hp.! C54 applications during May. Electric Lights, Electric Bells Itettu, Complete Seiffce.
The three leading lodges in Kentucky
The member who is always finding are Antiquity Bowling Green and West The Best $2.00 per day Hotel in Florida.
fault because his works are not recog LuuUviUe. THE SUN is
End all of Already wel-
nised or appreciated may be set down as a Take car at the Onion Depot and ask the Conductor to.!opal the Travelers .-u..
Now that the relief call is postponed
who
the fellow does nothing except with
his mouth. until July, why would It not be a good .4*A ; ------- -- S
scheme for every lodge to arrange with come visitor tu nearly: every -! ,
Maccabees. every member that it would pay his relief ;
There are over 20,000 members of the call for an application.
home in this section ;
order In Ohio. ,
Less than a year ago Capital City tent Knights of hose GLEE G. STRONM,
of ,Indianapolis was instituted with 23 The cipeuM of conducting the business .
and its
members. Now the membership is 200. of the Knights of Honor has been many attractive DUr.U IN .-. ,
with a complete outfit and a famous de- less than that of any similar institutionin
team.A the l'Ountr-that is. any society that
Cre
proposition will be submitted at the has attained size and existed for a number features are bringing new Staple and Fancy Groceries,

next meeting of the supreme tent to allow of years.
females to participate in the benefit The subordinate lodges in the city of recruits to its ranks each
funds of the order. New Orleans have arranged for the observation Grain and all Food Supplies.COUNTRY .

One year ago Apollo tent had CSS members of the twenty-sixth anniversary week.
but now numbers 1.103. being a net 1 of the order, which takes place June .
gain In one year of 356. Apollo is now : ttX
the largest tent In the order. The method of asking between meeting PRODUCE
The state commander of West Virginia nights at least one friend to join the or-
.'. reports the teats in good working der U a good one. Each member of a Always Fresh, Kept in Stock.

order. The prompt payment of several lodge should adopt and practice it JudicIousAdvertisers Your Patronage Solicited. -
death benefits recently has had a good Do not leave the :work of upbuilding
.fftt>t nn tha membership.. the order to the member next to you. Doa
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4-U West Palm Reach, fla.
All o 1cera. Immediately after installation little yourself. .
should be able to take their respective i Te get young men. push them ahead. << r
parts In opening and closing the Get them into grand lodges and Into the
meeting without referring to the book. supreme lodge for on the young man
The presiding officer should insist npon our order's future depends. .
all members closely following the instructions -
.
-e* of the ritual throughout the Red Men. Realize this hence the free
satire session of the body. Governor Itoot>eveit has signed the billincorporating If
the New York State Association THEmEET.MY SPECIALTIES:
....
I W. Holt 1t.y.Apgar.&ft.the new supreme regent The great of U*council)makers.of Maryland reports ii use which they make of its H

.Is also a grand regent of New Jer
that the tribes expended $14.890 for relief S FANCY FAMILY GROCERIES.
lay lust year; total receipts of tribes colums: and its increasing CORNER
Robaon the CALIFORNIA
I Supreme Secretary reports so.rty. DRIED FRUITS
May 31. ItflW, as
actual membership
Bad Men who are good Red Men are FANCY TEAS AND COFFEES.
1OXZ.T, a net gain of 1.043 since Jan 1. popularity advertis- _1
not a class of men who are afraid of the as an '
IB May there were 973 Initiated; died. the GROCERY FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Y
elements the beat of summer or
1101 suspended.1.751 councils.I S36; reinstated. 52- void of winter. They are men who are ing, medium. .:.:. IN SEASON.
art and do work in
!Inert willing to work season
1 I supreme' officers of the Royal Ar- and out of it for the I. O. R. M. and its
dams have placed the sum of {200,000la :) cardinal I'rindplefreedom., friendshipand NEW STORE NEW GOODS COURTEOUS TREATMENT.
,
the hands of the supreme trustees charity. Boarding at Reasonable Rates.
with the interest accumulations
iwhlch. sachem of New Jersey
$ )O,3T.13.: 'The great pre Free Both Sides of the Lake.
amount to Trompt Delivery on
reservation
of 1,000 in the
dits ,
I a gain MRS. JAS. McCANN'Is prepared to accommodate boarders at her

.*||I Tfeei are a In*.nc the United Metetlea.State.over 60 this r.year.H. T. triWLima.' O. has adopted well, known boarding house on Clematis Ave., clos to F E.C.Ry. depot. J. F. OLIVER Proprietor

since the first of worm ,
distinct{ aecret orders with more than 38 palefaces '
bdjgia&d 5,000.000 member moon and has more OB the waiting test =CALL OH HXK rOB RATIS AHD ROOM t Ll

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I 1' 4 THE. TROPICAL BUN, WEST PALM BEACH FLOBIDA.-THDRSDAY, JULY 27, 1899. ....a -_

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'! i ',: :THE TROPICAL SUN. WHY IS IT? nistake.. -" D HARDWARE
.- : M'1 GRUBE8

?_,: WooetrPaperof Dade Count). Florida. More than once the question has Blitor TROPICAL SUB rAfter ,

TKlMCAL MIS PUBliSHING COMPANY been asked, partie larly' by nonresident reading the above, then the CROCKERY and
,
bllowing. it, will Le wondered at by < '
GUY I. MKTCAI.F EDITOR.PUBUSHtO property owners 'who are
-. reasons for e1ecting such a
many my FURNITUREe
EVERY THURSDAY not familiar with the policy and
heading for 'this article. MV reasons
ATWEIT PALM BEACH DADI COUNTY FLORIDA methods; of Dade County's political
f r such a seleclioiTare good. I am
I I _5U85C8IPTIOH PRICE.! J2.00 A YEAR. clique, why it is that THE BUN: should making ? mistake i:attempting to pre. All Kinds el'<< Boat C......

I: Kklmd At the u wcond Po office ClaN of nutter.THURSDAY West.Palm Beacb be the particular targtt of imposi- sent to you an idea that is too great and ft4.qI,Tt....,.. Doer.tech.. mlaAll *

} I ti-in and the "would) be" victim of! deep for such an uneducated brain as Kinds of Fishing Tcekle and S ptJ1l1C dedI.

_- JCI.Y :S7 1899. th. frppZH.. _.. .ont. >' nnlipv. nf, the Rosrrof min_.__. It .ift.. tnv first_ aMpiimtlft; ClvAnv. -- _.AllWn..., .L.
-- '- '" "'- '-W --- ---- n -.Ju. -" P; -j"j-, tiawUae Stovw. Blae.FIMW&tfU e VN ---
t County Commitwiouers 'The thins through the columnsof a newspaper -' Glassware,Ump sad Unur.fc Harrloa ..... J.eed7 lzi4 Islal' '
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t ...... 1).""
AU. '
Prspt II i iJ
Order Give
1 4 reason is Mmple and the answer but this subject' has been so : ga"M&IE

% plain. impressed on my mind for the past year

until it is now impossible for me to
From the day of its first publica
refrain from expressing tnvself longer LADING; BUSINESS: FIRMS LEGAL NOTICES PROFESSIONAL MRS
tion to the present issue THE SUN _, ...
41 and if you will now be patient with me -
e has followed the policy of expressing Whose Cards Appear in this Paper,
in feeble
I will endeavor my own ,way FOR PUBLICATION. MBTCALP
I.
its honest. comii-tions NOTICE ,
ty
t on any ques- to tiy to express my idea. ,. Classified Alphabetically. '

VS tion aflecting: the public interest The question is. whether industries_ 0 LASD DEPABTMEVT OFFICE AT OALiairiLLt.IIr THE IHTIBIOB."LA.)V ATTOR'Er. AT. &.err.MOT' .

This it has been able to do simply are the best paying institutions towards ARCHITECT July 24, 1899.) IUIUC.

% : :i because the time has never been ,the upbuilding of a town into a prosperous T D Brown, West Palm Beach: nan Notice ed settler I. hereby has filed given notice that cf: hU the intention following to coWIlt prwftiMU ODDt'.SlaIn sa4 rMml

Since 'back make final proof in support of his claim and '' piP
city or not coming LAND CASK A srsaxtTT.timeIB
when fur one moment any n.ano t S. that said proof will be made before Jno. B.
had the at its call or and forth to your beautiful little village BANKING Reilly,U. S Commissioner at Jupiter. )IlL.oRasmut TMMCAL SPa PWeI.l
.
clique paper : SqIl.9. 1P99viz: We t Palm Beaea Dade U',B.t7t r *

bidding, nor has its policy ever been here and seeing the improvements from Dade County State Bank, Martin Sparvath, of Stuart. Flo., i
I time to time, I bave been impressed by West Palm BeaclBARBERS I
ntiuen-ed by the very important Hi 93919 for the N."of N.W.](.Sec w.Tp.38 LEX St. CLA1U-ADUA*,
need have here of several
k the great you .a' 5..1.412. A
consideration of patronage, publicor He names the following wltnese to prove Usrontinuous
industries. Whose is it to that .
duty see : residence noon and cul.itatlon of ATTDRMfr-AT-LAtr,
private ; and here arose the i issue said land. via; W. H. Smith. of Scrolls Point 1-
? ask. In I
them reply FU.
have say Beach
we you .Vm Schaudt, West Palm Kla. ; B. Simmons of Stuart. FU.; H. C.Otoen, JlCXSOMTIUX,
rThj that brought about the antagonismand it is the duty of every businessman her MUo Cooper, West Palm Beach of Stuart, File Robert Kd'heroa.of stuart. Practice U all the Circuit CMrta,SUU"4

imposition on the part of the to use every effort in his power to, 'ring 'S.BICYCLES. Fla. W.G. ROBINSON. Register.| Fed.T,. '
1.O...>'..L... lK.
Board of County Commissioners.When about the establishment! in our midst of : 7'7.: ,

THE RAILROAD COMMISSION. in the Fall of 1896 THE Scs one or more different branches of manufacture I Gco S Adams,West Palm Beach FOR PUBLICATION. .

became convinced that the test interests i' .enterprises that will bring W R Mitchell West Palm BeachBOTTLING NOTICE. l}QE at nuoo3iE,
DEPART MINT or THE INTERIOR,)
.
\\1 It HWD8 that the Florida Railroad of the Democratic j-nrty of into our town a good class of industrious SI LAID. OFFICE AT'GAINESVILLE FLA. > ATTORNEr'-AT.LAW,

Commisaioa in about people. who will nuke andjeave their WORKS: July 24. isua.JNotice
to resume subserved the .
i Dade would, be by ** Is hereby liven that the following .
doll rs with us. C Castellano, MiamiBUILDING .. ST. Accmixc.: V......
a intention
: active operations. In fat, it is i officially election: of delegates to the County named 'Iller lIullI notice of to
.
We will take the cigar industry for 'S. make final woof in support of his c *11II.and J-i-99
'I announced that proceedings Democratic Convention who were on that said proof will be made before Jno. B.
instance, and, there could n t4oupdin : .. SUPPLIES: Reiily, U. & Commissioner at Jupiter. Fla ,on
have been instituted by the At torneyQeneml ticket other than that on which Sept 9t i89,Til:
a the whole State a c1imatebettrsuited Chas Welshans JacksonvilleGeo TT C. 1101W. M. D,
William H. Smith of Bewails Point, Fla.. '
ij to ascertain whether the Lain-
of Commissioners S C.
the names to cigar manufacture than'here Hacker & Son. Charleston .LI.
Bd. 2345i. for the S. W. 5( of S. L. 3(. See *> I
courts will sustain the Commission hnrt--- and Pitts anwared. as delegate l *, on___ Lake____ Worth._ ___" If__ vou_ will_ but_ n_ notice ... W. 54ol N. H.' Ii (or Lob 3) and N. B.Ii-- 01 N. PHYSICIAN MO tOiUOf

in its effort to enforce the ruling I protest was made to THE Scs man the climates. of Key West Flai8ndthe I Ii CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS: W.He: K.names Sec 32.following Tp. 38 S., B.witnesses 41 B. to prove his I Oftea tad OesiOeace sear Baa PolarlasaRIte1

anent 3 c-Dt a mile fares in Florida Lwcauseofhis attitude by Commissioner i i-land of Cuba you will find th'aUll the Franklin Sheen West Palm Beach continuous resid. nee upon and cultivation of .PALM BEACH. .....
Fla.
said land vU: Hans C. Olsen, of Stuart :
Nnce th! latter part of January Lainhart, and when the resultof characteristics of the climate there are E, Simmons, of Stuart Ha. : R. II Sparrath of .
a.
i Stuart,Fla. Titus Hart of Kobe Sound Fla.
;
the) ruling has been ignored: by the the primary was announced contained 'i in our climate here. Now rDENTISTS; ,: _7 27 W. C. ROBINSON Register. T.D.'BR9VN..

Tttrioua line in Florida that ticki you ask, how shall we go about inducing LiARCHITECT
came showing the success of the D A Thomason.West Palm Beach ] FOR PUBLICATION. AID BUllDl .
into our midst such an industry as the ., NOTICE
under its provisions and now the and tbe dl- Daniel Cocoa "" -
supported by THE Si'N L T Plus and tpedficatlou pI'P &Itd.
above? We will take the proSperous DEPARTMENT OF THE ISTERIOI.) "
tttmmisaion l is prepared to tttits feat of the ticket on which were the ,.5.DRUGGISTS. LAUD OFFICE AT GAIXESVILLE, FLA V Jobbing work gfvra prompt >tlr.tk>. at
before the Court city of Tampa Fla.-,today ancLuse. her July 24. 1899) p OB Datura Htnet.E. .
powers and
Pitts
named of ( ommiet>ioi\ere example. JP*- : Noti'-e is hereby given that the following

A well known travelling man from I Lainhart and the business parfait On the first; day of Apnli8i&amemorable E H Dimick West Palm Beach make named final settler proof has filed in support notire of of hir his intejtiun claim and to : B. POTTElt M. 1).. ,

Orlando has been advised by an of the latter, Commissioner Lainhartat day to many-the, then _-.a._- hat said proof will be made before Jno. B. .
4 'I officer <.f the, Commission to demand CLOTHING Reiily. U. S. Commissioner at Jupiter, Fla., on a. a.08 PALM BEACH.' ,* a
once placed the responsibility of beautiful _and most prosperous city in DRY GOODS AND : .!$.9. i89gviz "

4 and keep receipts for all farts in their defeat on THE TROPICAL SIlK our whole State was swept by a conflagration -i Thomason & Browt West Palm Beach Elias Simmons of Stuart, Fin,

I txiDr* ol the Commission rate and notict its I that respected neither,,.rich! or Mrs J Frank, West aim Beach H L unfertile Lot i (or E.X of N.Eo X) Sec *J BUn IIAtt H. D.
and served personal on Cirl Schrebnick \\ "t Palm Beach 7 and I.ot3 (or W.% of N. W.JO Sec. 8.Tp. j8 s.. .S.
I forward MI me to the CommisMonere would see poor but with mighty tongues of flame a.41 E. -
editor that the next July -.5.FERTI He names the f"lIowingwitneOllie&to prove his SURGEON AND PHWCIAH
At TnllahaMee. This officer bays licked up blork after block, until stopped continuous residence upon and cultivation of ,
further
patronage
County
it rut off from b the waters surrounding the IZERS: said land,via: W. H. Smith of SewalU Point, Eye cad far ,tptelalitt.
only
farther that the question is nowIn and the threat was made > Fla.; R. U Sparvath, of Stuart. Fla., H C ,
the channels and must city. I refer to the beautiful island cityof Wm A Bours & Co, Jacksonville Olsen of Stuart, Fla.; Walter Kitching. of Office at lUaUenw-gaitalr CotUir,
proper legal good.oo far aa the Commissioners Little Bros Stuart, Fla 3-."
hi decided for or against the Com- Key West, one that held her place 7-27 W. G. ROBINSON. Register.

could control. on the top round of the ladder the I US D. M.
mliwioD, and if the decision be favor- FOR PUBLICATION.DEPARTMENT D.A.THOIASON.D.
But this was not the sole cause of manufacture of cigars Even Cuba, the FIRE INSURANCE &REAL ESTATE: NOTICE
able that remmittance of the rebates Office: Corner tlematU Ave. and Olive. 8L,
of tobacco culture and 'manu
our offending. mother Brelsf ord Bros,Palm Beach : OF .
for \'trelutl'Jwill be made. He When in that sam Fall of '96 facture, did not excel her. Wallace Moses, West Palm BeachFURNITURE LAMoOiriCE AT TBBIIfTBltlOL\, \ WEST PALM BK4CU. ru. -;
All kinds modirn..".1JItry knows to IMprofesiiioB.
eiprvfewa his own opinnion in these Commissioners Pitts, Lainhart and The news of this great conflagration -_.a. Notice U hereby given that the following :Gol crown aid bcidtt.vork B
.
worda : "We do not think will others. saw tit tc play. traitor to theDemocracy spread to the world even: fastet'than the : make named final settler proof has in tiled support notice of of his his intention claim, a d specialty. Teeth extracted wUBoat pals.OfficeuoarsioiaLaIIdIIilp.a.. f i

low thaw cases." did the doomed ] and Co Jacksonville that said proof will be made before Too B. ,
fire .
over city 1 D E Cooper Mfg
whose bands '
at they : Reilly, U. S Commissioner at Jupiter. Kla.o. io-ai-98 > I 1
It would certainly be a piece of of trust. and Tampa, the little city thea of_:enjy 'five S.. beet, 18<)9. TS: _ _
held pObitions
welcome Dt'n to the people of Floridato high thousand -souls, saw ,her chance of GRAIN AND SEEDS: HANS C. OLSEN, of Stuart Fla..
when the two first named:' to our ThE 24138 for the N.B.U Sec 9.Tp.38 s.. R.fIR
have the bands of the Railroad making the hit of her life. Bow did Wm A Bours & Co, Jacksonville He names the following witnesses to prove I DANIEL,
knowledge] used all their his continuous residence upon and cultivation 14. ,
jieriiOual
Commission upheld 'in this the first they do it?' you ask. Voicing their -.5' of said land, viz E. Simmons of Stuan FU.; DENTIST ,
influence to advance the interests of thoughts doubtless Lacy ran along thus : Curd Scbroeder of Stuart, FU.; Walter Kttch- :

test of their powers before the Courts i the Palmer-Bnckner-McKinley ticket "Wel!, did you hear. the great fire in HARDWARE: lug Point, of, Fla.Stuart, Fla.; W. H. Smith of SewaUs COCOA. IHDIAS KIVCErLO&IUA.I1MSAyALLACE j

to accomplish something lor the of Key West last evening "YtS." says M E Gruber West Palm BeachHOTELS 7-27 W. G.JlOBINSO Register.

relief. of a long-suffering public. It i ioi. and to disparage! the support one and another, hand we pertain) ,, J. '
Democracy's matchless leader, Wm. sympathize with the people there. An- 54 B. MOSES
DUt hi the province of THE SUN to that makes it bad for themis ;
otbei thing :
J. THE Scs did not hesitateto TO DEBTORS AND CRED
Bryan Succeuor to A. W. Ktbert
to the finding of a Court this principal cigar' factory is NOTICE ,
prophesy as ; ; every The Earman House, West Palm Beach .
in those who _
denounce treachery REAL ESTATE AID 'U'A'CE
lying in ashes and thousands are thrown West Palm Beach ,
that
bat we do venture the assertion were the recipients of bounty at. the out of employment, ani in our sympa Mrs James McCann Jacksonville, Notice U herebj given that all person having Agent for Went Palm Beach Town LoU, iso
the harder the railroads fight against I thy let's open our hearts and the doors The Travelers any demand against the Estate of James West Palm Beaeb Water Worka. 1

the. establishment and maintenance hands of a party whose leaders they of the city of Tampa and invite them -_..,_- C.. Klreley, deceased are hereby notified to. ClemBtU NOTARY Avenue Bear PUBLIC.Olive Street. j
I II
in measure successfully) to in." With all her find present them to undersigned duly authenticated
sought ( a sympithy we av.reat.seheme : I 5-21-97 West Palia BOMB, FlorIda. 1
of equitable rates, both freight and knife. on foot, and Tampa is to JEWELERS within the time prescribed by law,or

passenger, the more drastic .will the! be winner.The Idner & Son West Palm Beach. thin notice will be pleaded In bar of Mover). \

be that must finally place Nor was their treachery confined then few business men bought; ..5'I _- And all persona owing laid estate are required FRANKLIN 8HE8N. GEO. O. CTUtX. I
legislation ;
the National about all the land that could beooiainea Immediate to QUEEN_ &; BUTLEB
to to make payment me.ituaui
hostility
to spare
nnd keen them within bounds. open .L_& A __ &TTtJnvv.. --- -. ... & _- k _
,.-- ay ---- ai rna rime. ana onerea every 44flU..MaWo ;, ; w. &...AlOUAI'lExecutor ,
standard bearers. Failing to control
The people of Florida are becomingaroused manufacturer in Key West a building Kee, West Palm BeachLAWYERS nf the Estate SURVEYORS AND MIL EIGI.flll.

their exact situation fond the County Democratic Convention and lot for the .manufacture .f their .. of James C. Klneley. Office at Weal r' m Beack i 'I
to sought and accomplish* d goods with cottages; erected aII'd'pre Went Palm Beach. Fla. Lands legally tnb-dlrUed aid nap fir >
the sooner the railroads realize it they sented to them for their employees. : twenty-alsth day of January.A.D. ninhed. Selecting MditradlBffUada, aoe....,
and estimating Umber a ipcdmary. Car*
the defeat of such of its nominees! as IDK 1
T' is was made a present to them. 1899 1z6.cJ9NOTICE. tat Lad work ....
and adopt th. policy of co-operation providing W I Metcalf, West Palm Beach correct naraaUed.
did not meet their personal approval; they (the manufacturers) would maclcaitou by mall ree lT. PrOP .,tHe -
.
the betterit Frank W Pope Jacksonville ... 1
rat her tuna of oppression certain number of bands and tlon. Mass and Sine Prints at Lowwt ,
in the face of this these same employ a Jacksonville
and .
Alex St Clair-Abrams, ee* WEST PAUl BEACH TLA. 11-T-M
will be for them as well as for tht.producera work steadily a certain time. The COU5equencl's '''I.
men continued in their office as political were that V. Martinez and Ybor 1S.
of the Sta tee Drastic leg
beneficiaries of a party to & Manrava the first to avail themselvesof MARKETS In the,Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial S. ADAMS
:
islatkm along/ any line is always the MEAT Dade Florida.In GEORGE
} lack to this opportunity, came and-'started Circuit, County,
whose they
result of oppression cal ned beyond cause courage their factory out in the woods two miles A B Otwell, West"Palm"Beach" Chancery.MBS. Deputy Supreme Commander j
claim! l.yal allegiance.True Will Whidden,
even from the city and ca'led it Ybor City.
Florida's"common I
the limit of endurance. KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEE3 I
their tenure of office has been They were not alone very long Grad Louisa K&CSCH
people" have about reached ually others came in from time to time, Tg- 1 j Bill ) For the hate of Florida. :
S that limit. by the grace; of a Democrilic Exec and before one could realize .H Ybor I MUSIC' HOUSE: Mug Srtill: A.SN' ELL AND Foreclose t

S ntiDrA1nmittD,...._ ..._..n"_ whose n____. fhnirtniin_...... ....... iu..' (_'nJ Iv tvramp-"---- .a- -rilv nJ nf-- .c_..._..ov.,.......rt.., _and uu : _L/uaaen. (ft It'_Bates. '. 'o' 'S ai u n, js&uuv.uc.5 T "VI1" IRVING B. SNKLL. AND I Mortgage. D r ur WilllustltuteTentsanyvrben..u'u..u..ue. U the State '
when bumble servant left there Jc.Tcg C ANCELLO". J JTo 1
your I
the of, and whose ,
UCCH, SPACE U CONSUMED IX THE :. exponent majorityhas EOBGE 8. LD.AXIC.
two years ago the two miles I between:! -
been bubservient to the Mrs. Susie A. Such and Irving B. Snell ft-1-99 West Palm Beach Florida.
the article from corpo- cleared
8cs this week by Tampa and Ybor City were and NOTARIES PUBLIC:
rate operating in Dude that built solid, arid today these factories are I I Beach add Justus Chauetllor-GreeliDg: It.ppearlngfrom
Forest and Stream" auent. the power W R Moses, West Palm the affidavit of W. I. Metcalf. solicitor for

wicked distraction of plume birds up to thifi time baa made such a employing employees each from, one saying to nothing seven hundred of the Guy I Metcalf West Palm BeachNURSERY said complainant, filed in the above entitled SEJIlNOLE BARBER SHOP.

and harmless animals by Northern (le1loratleeondition uf affair pos smaller shops working from one 10 fifty .Sb cause, that you are each of you non-residents of Wm. Sckaudt Proprlet
the State of Florida, and that in his belief SusieA.
'pot-hunters" who style themselves"jporumen. sible.The. men and women and today Tampa STOCK, : Snell and Irving B. Suet are residents of ( Formerly at Hotel Royal PoiBctaaB.)
attitude of constant! protestto stands before us the largest cigar manufacturing
The iso true in John B Beach, West Palm BeachPHOTOGRAPHER 30 South Seventh street Minneapolis State of
picture I this condition of things on the city the United States.

to life. mi absolutely correct in detail i part of THE SN has not occasioned I could go on and write page after 'U. Minnesota of Chicago, and that Cook Ju county Chancellor Illinois,is and t that resident Duly White Barber In the Town.

a. the editor of this paper knows : any cessation of the hostility shown this page has of other brought great about improvements in the way that of : you are each over the age of twenty-one years West Palm Keach. Florida.

from a residence of several years on by'the'sH CnmmHsionp wliosetenure other branches of manufacture that are I J B O'Donoghue, West Palm Beach and that there is no one in this State upon
of offifu is dependent solely on the necessary to supply the needs of the. whom legal service can be made in your behalf;
Indian River when the occurrence continuum e of thin iciulition. On fast increasing population that has .5' it is therefore ordered that you do appear to pITY BARBER SHOP

deneribed were asff\jl1tnha days SURGEONS: this bill of complaint filed in said cause, on or _
the other band, it was augmented by grown from 5.000 souls in 1837 to abont PHYSICIANS AND

of the tourist sea>>oii. Strange it,is the s'uwhsful efforts of the editor of 25,000 in 1898, a gain of 20,000 in eleven R B Potter West Palm Beach before the Banyau$trt.6tf .
fI .. cc 7th Day of August, A. D. 1899 .
that steps to prwenetheaUractiormol THE c* in securing: the reconsideration years. H C Hood
revision of fish bill which Right here you are asking in'your N S Burnham II
and a .
nor fair State should have been HO mind if I expect such here. I reply, no.I the same being legal rules day. MILO COOPER. .., ..
was the pt meif.ur- of the then 'S. His farther ordered that this order be pub.
cite the above from
tardily taken blessing is that they merely a personal
; fhairmainof the Board of Commissioners and do that lished once a week for four consecutive weeks ,
here
knowledge even '
I say PINEAPPLE PLANTS:
an Mug' taken while there is yet and which sought; to absolutely in your small city somethingfCan be prior to said 7th day of August A. D. 1899 in
in Lake G C Matthams, West Palm Beach THE TROPICAL SUN a newspaper published in
opportunity to nee our beautiful prohibit fishing Worth done in the line of manufacture that

inarche and creeks save with a cast net., hook and line, will bring about great business prosperity 'S. Dade County and State of Florida. Subscribe for THE SUN i
Uivous, keys and put more strength in the Ordered this 3d day of July.A. D. tS9<). -
creatures four- or spear.The RETAIL GROCERS: Seal]. A. F. QCIMBY,
rvpulatHl| by finny, backbone of city. ( *
the your
of
IH t. and most
fo.ited nnd feathered. one unffitMrttroKlo You have all and L W Bnrkhardt, West Palm BeachJ Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Fla. t
... ... u.*tu iif TuFTV, a'cio iHiiccc8hful '" good: property up .' .
.n."V'" "no.5fl Beach W I. METCALF,Solicitor lor Complainant.GEO. .
.'*. down this Lake hinjidle and confined F Oliver, West Palm
advocacy of the primary : to the lew who undoubtedly must have I J D Mathis, West Palm Beach '% r.6-99

U ANOTHER roU'U.v on this pngeU system of nunimatinns for Pad i an interest in the advancement of this Glen G. Strohm, West Palm Beach LIGHTWOOD 1

an article handed THE Sr.s in County.. In this the clique discernedthe section of the country. Deals shouldbe 'S. POSTS'W'ANTED111.

which are leveral flunks of truth tukallehandwriting on the brought about that would induce H. MALTBY
wall. It realized that in the plating some branches of industries to come in SHOE REPAIRING: j
well' worth considering. 11 the coo here. Yoi talk and blow I Palm Beach ... :
in the hands of the individual voters can on far- \V R Mitchell, West -DEALF.R IN- .
I |...rHliono( the bind Department theright and opportunity to express I mers all you want to. but a small town $5' -$5'- :

controlling, the vacant lots of this their, choice of candidates for puhli.office wilh industries is the more prosperous Ho sehold
and stands a chance of becoming a city, STEAMBOATS AND MACHINERY: FurnitureFuneral Ltgb\wood| Posts, 5 feet :
and favor. its certain /loft1
muM secured there is much W'lM
I town and a town, village or city without OffIce
downfall Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co long not less than 4 incbes -
it It
that could lie done to induce the I an enrlyday. ir.ennt manufactories is certainly making the Jacksonville diameter at email end. How
the bepining of their political end : mistake! f its Ife. ,
I location of factori here ; but with and in this .5. much will furnish loaded
I realization themen have | Asking; your pardon for taking up so you came ,
the futile effort of the past \\.fure u-e,1 l every means at their command much of your valuable-space. I will say TAILORING ; Supplies on car on line of Fla. Bait Coast I

our eyes it I is rather I I above to bring about agitation of this
which
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: those who worked, tinaMed and in. they recognized as amenace
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in titer those who here S. A SPECIALTY.
to the of their by own property
PlPtuity
npportod by \lit' '"power that l>e"loiimimplishjutwhrtt long domination of thf political and and would like' to !see changes.,along LINES: 'Wallace R. loses
these lines
brought about.I .
"H. F. W. nnstriil] affairs of Dade. I I am, humbly, a mechanic, Ocean S S Co Jacksonville West Palm Beach Fla.i ,
,Del HMD/ others .'.'ult1lib to see. And thfo! U out all. I I R. F. W. F E C Ky, Jacksonville WESTPAUl BEACH FU,

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H "WIlTS t AMY A ad1 11 1str t1oL The l have no further OUR SOLDIERS IN LUZON our soldiers have occasionally come upon USURY. OF BLESSINGS. ROADWAYS OF STEEL.
'ENLARGED use for popular !government MOltaxiso the bodies'of Chinamen, poor wretches j'
-1 A ..:-- ""-, fo overawe*tfie people and set aside:A I lying with their toes turned up and What the Acttatlea For Good Reads

verdict: against them at the ballot box their cues wrapped around their shaven Has Aee.BtBlUheoV POINTS OF SUPERIORITY OVER MAO-

Why Money Power Faors'an b the only Ibing that holds out to them Eliza Archard Conner; With_ ; skulls. These were men of peace in- There is new and has been for a few ADAM. '

t the promise of uninterrupted rule and the American offensive washermen vegetable gar fears campaign for good highways.

(: Joperk r ? iq.. ,, plunder. Army. deners and peddlers, forced with gun the wheelmen started it; others are Cheaper t* C.a.tr. and HaJaUlBmm

'' .f., !i" They favor a colonial or Imperial and knife to swell the ranks of Agni- taking it up and are realizing that they Are Frarlleallr In.etr.r1lkt*.

> policy because It111 increase the GEKESOSITY Or UNITED STATES., naldo'a bo t.The idea woald be laughable want highway improvement an much as Great Savin !. r.iv r-SaJBfIJaea /.
>0 OK; FOB J01't1WOOVEUKm I Strength of the military ann of the only for the sadness'of it Any if not more,than the wheelmen. It is a fa Operatioa.

l government Be pot deceived by the thing in this life the Chinaman can do campaign of edu8tion-the kind of

spacious arguments for expansion. Imperialism Feeding 9atlve Wemea and Chlldrca except stand up and be fired at There education that educates Like so many Secretary of Agriculture Wilson Isan
,
pftvU i.d a..... Wh Flaader the enthusiastic advocate of steel track
this
; and militarism are what Is While UtBrcemti Sheet D w* Our he becomes the merest rabbit His forte institutions of the bicycle cam-
AateritM People want t* Overawe is radical changes in roads, and be believes that they
meant Expansion Is to acquire territory is to earn money He will even face paign making wagon
tie r">>'. sad a.t AaUe VerdletThem to be peopled with freemen and Boy BrlUUBt Work .f AarmlulPreu danger in thia favorite pursuit if he is what were 'thought to be established will eventually supersede the macadam .
.A .. With Baraei-SpeTbiTexcitement > *.*. Agent.Grewso.* Exhlhlt Secretary
and other made highway ,
<.. Ultimately made Into states. It Is not DOt actually obliged to play soldier.
;..... }Copula ._e.t.. expansion to subjugate tropical Islands Of S.*aUh iBABMAAitV.UAKILA Many Chinamen are attached to our Wilson is of the opinion that the

'" Inddeat to' the war on the opposite side of the earth the V army u hospital servants. In this capacity steel road is specially adapted for the

tad ... rejoicing that, accompanies population of_which has already reached April 1?.-While' Aguinal- they must gather up the wounded traffic of the western states and he

:- victory have so,occupied the attention the limit of their capacity to supply do's motley crew ia shooting 'down its I upon the field and carry them to strongly urges and advise the aathori-

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g pet coo to't fnB'reaHzaUon of the .stands for Imperialism the forward like fleas before the American ful to the duty they are paid to perform west tc investigate the merits the
.t grim monster whose trail reaches backward advance the great and generous United They even show considerable teel track system before expending
.; radical tad portentous change of base 1
c. over the ruins: of empires, peoples' States government ia feeding the starring bravery in darting out under open fire money in permanently improving; their
adopted by the administration and Ita and civilizations. The hideous form of Filipinos whom the insurrection and bringing in the wounded. streets and roads.

.' supporters.. That the more thoughtful the fell destroyer now casts Its shadow has left destitute. The native men are But standing up still and being shot The government already ova three !

pea of the country regardless of across the path of American freedmen. forced into the insurgent army as it retreats at under orders-not Excuse John if steel track wagon roads, which were

1 t party tn outspoken la condemnation Your ballots can dispel that shadow their food is taken their huts you please. I have even heard that built for the purpose of proving their i

t of the' policy of the administration Isth Do not permit the substance to materialize are set on fire and the women and children when he goes into battle he drops upon 1 = l advantages by actual testa. One of

.most hopeful sign of the .times or liberty may be Jost-t-Na-. left to starve or shift for them- his knees and beseeches joss to bring J these; is at Alms Ia., at the home of
tional Watchman. like The United him the secretary. After being subjected to
of is selves superfluous cats. out aliveImpelled :KEIDB IMPROVING.
That the pendulum public opinion
the States army gathers these up as it proceeds equally by ignorance and [L. A. W. Bulletin.] all sorts of practical trials for .a recpaof !
and
tartly steadily swinging In opposte
brings them into Manila andFILIPINO desperation Aguinaldo on to his Ideas on road building. It hcs shown years it is pronounced a IDfft! .
to of CONCERNING MONEY.. goes
direction policy Imperial-
a that there has been a woeful example of During the Tranami!isippi exhibitionat

t' lam U becoming more apparent day by SBbJeet That I. Very Vafamtllar to false economy in our road building Omaha the government constructeda

day. But that the emergency that Is I Many People.In r. principles. It has done a vast amount steel road so that the result of its

,.: epoo the American people demands the the whole range of economic discussion .rAR of the most practical species of good workings might be seen by a large ;

,, 'tttmost activity on the part of those no subject has ever been so obscured and that good is now increasing at com- number of people.

who realize the true condition. In orderto by unfair methods and mis- .pLC rs pound interest rates. It is a usury of The road consists two parallel lines

avert the dangers that threaten the leading statements as the so-called of blessings, and there is not the first of steel plates eight inches wide laid

U painfully apparent Silver questions." Probably 00 per chance that a penalty will be providedto at a sufficient distance apart to receive
nation yet
the wheels of vehicles of the standard
of 100 stop this class of usurious trading.
tans out every are honest and
time tn the of
history
1_ Never at any look with abhorence everything Wheelmen want good roads for one gauge. These plates have a slightly rejecting
.upon
:; the world was time BO pregnant with dishonorable. Taking advantage of v purpose. Farmers want them for an- flanks! upward on the inner edge v

chance M It to today and never before this fact the advocates of the gold other. The purposes! of both are of vital to prevent the wheels of ordinary vehicles -

was there so. much reason to fear t standard start out with the broad assumption interest to everybody and should secure which have no flanges from aril)/

confusion! of Ids that may obscure that money based upon gold the support of every one. Good leaving.the track. The flanges bring

t the moral vlskm of the people. Never alone la both "honest" and "sound," roada are institutions of the future organized only one-half inch are not of a freight

therefore bat there been a time when while any other is "dishonest" and upon the agitation of the present to prevent the wagons from Irariag the
demanded of "unsound." The past is the "horrible exam- track to pass another vehicle. Them
: duty to Imperatively' If this assumption Is a ,
ple" which will show the ,wisdom of steel plates are not supported by ,"",.
i l every Intelligent citizen that he labor fair one It absolutely settles the matter -
t. tot the enlightenment of his fellows. .. Between "honest" and "sound" the present and future tn crossties or stringers of any kind.

? Greed for gain and lust for power have money on the one hand and "dishoD' GEOBGE MCCARTHY.. I but are provided with flange psxjesl-

their roots deep In the human heart eat "unsound" money on the other ing both downward and outward Ky

The history of man Is the r,cord of a there is no room for an honest differ- : TAX THE FARMER. means of which they are Bade stew*

i' continuous relentless and remorseless ence of opinion. The course of the de- Another road baa been built at SLAnthony'

.b. warfare of the more crafty and power- bate clearly shows that this appeal to Bad Roads a Heavy Expense to 'the park. Minnesota This it

mi ictlnst the rights and liberties oft the moral side of our nature has kept Tiller of the SoiL considerably shorter than the other two

tha weak. The civilizations -of the h nn dross vi, .hnnonnAo'.nA tuuuaouua auu _uiuiiuua 1111___ ui_, The Murray (Tenn.) Times sums up being but 180 feet in leBjrth Altboagh
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pate built upon force perished when men from even making an attempt to the road situation in this wise: "On crosstit are not Deeded for ta{peat*.

t, the strong enslaved 'degraded and get below the surface. Others have our gravel roads two mules haul two the two plates forming the track are

i crushed the weak and. being unable toE done so, but It has been with their hogsheads of tobacco on the mud roads connected at interval with rod. fcr the

tdmlnUter self restraint unto ,them- vision blurred and their judgment four mules can scarcely drag enough to purpose of preserving a a1itorm.ee
fill Uncle Jofb Sledd's three timesa between them and also to tilt ,
i elves, all went down together In a warped by the play which has been pipe prevtat
It then number of ing. The road when fialihed
common ruin. 'I made,upon their moral sensibilities. I rQD day. gives a very properly
I sound reasons why good roads are contains no perishable GuterUl. u
t The founders of the American repub While the subject of money Is Jtjst paying
t lie made a new departure published to as simple at bottom as any other investments to farmers among heretofore used and thought necessary,
which are the following: but forms n smooth firm and cobras
world Indictment against branch of
I the tn government political economy. It nevertheless
resting upon force and established has some surface features t Ce "A good road economizes time and maes. harder and more durable than a

a government the cornerstone of which when skillfully handled are //'v ti force in transportation between the road can be n.ade of any other t&a

which U the rights of man. The success very confusing to people who, have "" --- farms and the market; reduces wear on terial
U.Q df "" ; horses harness and vehicles Increasesthe The three claimed
great advantage
and vindicates never
of a century a quarter taken the time to investigate It
I value of real estate contiguous to the for this style of road by the agricultural
of the fathers The How BONETARD
the Judgment often do we hear it ponderously IN REAR OF PACO CEMETERY.
teboolhooae the church and the ballot and overpoweringly declared that the roads brings prices for farm products department are: First that the
because be marketed at lees steel track road be built
.h box to to abort a time transformed a "gold dollar is honest and sound because they can wagon can
feeds and shelters them. Besides thia. fate He and his ad-
Chino-Philippine rural homes after, without cost ia and
11 sought greater mat
r expense are raM
of scattered
handful 100
It is worth cents
Comparative men always
the American authorities are distribute' !isers cause stupendous lies to be cirnlated -
: roads with less cost in
along good ; wagon highways are probably many cam
thousands of miles of a rugged affecting
over Multitudes men. superiorwho' ing cargoes of rice among the destitute among his men. The most gift- than other
miles of the greatest arteries of commerce civilization any hard and durable roW
wft&nesi. separated by 3,000 telllgen ; sneer at the silver
outside Mania
natives in provinces of ed-artist ia the field of sensational
.
is judged by the condition of second that it will hut tisie as
ocean from the great nations -of' Eu :tune," .as they call it have accepted has cutoff their subsistence many,
AgnJAaldo journalistic: lying would turn
green the roads tax is the taxpayer long other kind of road and with
their brain no as great on as any
but this Idea second hand and
rope, with &o capital great at outside
Thes.natives-iii; provinces are with before the efforts of
Agui.naldo'a -
envy bad roads bad road is much leas that the
third ,
the nation of It as ; a a repairs; *)wen -
Into mightiest A
and brawn never got a step beyonu moment the
reported anxiona to under
Sermon come newspapermen. After our oo- heavy tax on those who use it and the required to move a vehicle cm the
arts. The Golden Bole the on. genlune reflection would show them
sheltering folds of the American flag cupation of Maloloa. the
alleged capital -
worse the road the heavier the tax steel track road ia only a small fraction
the Mount the Ten Commandments -Its utter abxurdity. It is not known certainly to this day of the .Insurgents some of the soldiers bad roads of of the
decay agriculture required other
cause a
power ova any
ad the Declaration, Independence The fact that the gold dollar Is al
; will be
probably never known whetherthe picked up copies of a paper printed they impose the greatest of all burdenson kind of road. The experiments with
constituted their shield. The fatherhood ways worth' 100 cents proves literally I
insurrection broke
e loose as the remit in Spanish and purporting to give a
the the steel
farmer roads cause peopleto tads have been conducted cadet
brotherhood of the merits of the
of God and the nothing
upon ques- of laid
a carefully plot or merely report of the fight of the day beforan
BUM were to them what the North tion. It merely demonstrates what gather in the cities; bad roads wear the direction of Martin Dodge, th e chief
the culmination of miss
as spontaneous that remarkable report it was "estimated" out the horses, thus detracting of the division of road
rapidly, special Inquiryof
star Is to the mariner. Their success ought to be self evident, that the gold ambitiOQ. It sudden very
guided Filipino was -observe that fishy and familiar
s
largely from the profits of this department speaking of hit
Uftttod. hope Into the hearts of men everywhere dollar Is always equal to Itself. A gold and not generally looked for That word "estimated"-that the Ameri the farm.very" work Mr. said
Dodge :
and u one day succeeded dollar and 100 cents In gold are exact
much is certain. A company of Amen cano had 88.000 men engaged in the "Although steel roads have not
another the throne of the kings and ly the same thing, and. of course there can regulars on duty at one of the extreme given; scrimmage and that of these they HAVE A MONEY VALUE. been done sufficiently our long for us to determine .
despots of earth grew less secure. Such can be no difference in value. The gold outposts observed all at once a oat not less than 3.000-3,000 out of what will do

t world- power. had never existed be- dollar is worth 100 cents because the man in the uniform of a Filipino ser- :28.0001 The- renort ended with the fol. Improvement of_ Illirliwiiv n___.. _..* a_ Goad h been exactly: d that they __ tat we
eve convince they
--- law that 100 cents shall 1 are
provides constitute -
from house -to house
I geant running owing remarkable observations printed Budne Investment.
superior to the dirt and matadaiaroads.
doom the Island of Cuba a dollar-that la the cent Is just
At our on among the natives. He seemed in a in scare lines: "Hurrah for the Army That good roads are worth the cost A load of 11 tuns required W
the barbarism of the middle was the one-hundredth part of a dollar, anda
ages of excitement watched
state strong They Filipinol! 'Rah for our general in of construction is self evident That bones to haul it over a common bigh-
American freemen dollar must always be worth 100
rampant wept over him Soon shots were heard imme- Jesus'
they have a money value to the farmeris The
same weight was drawn
of the struggling cents for the same reason that a bushel way.
.tot sufferings patriots call
diately the general to arms rang Odd scenes the American soldier true for the following among other without
horse
great difficulty by one
of Cuba. When under the Inhuman i Is always equal to four pecks. Dollars ominously through all Manila This
stumbles on hereTo them soldieringin reasons:
steel track road. This load
over a was
of extermination and cents bushels and pecks are alike
Weiter
a war between 8 and 9 o'clock the
was night the Philippines will be a liberal educa- The saving of time and teams be-
23 times the weight of the animal ao4
starvation was Inaugurated In; the creation of law. Nature produces
by of Saturday. Feb 1 tion. One of these eights to be seen tween the farm and the market.To .
queer still he started and moved it without
dodinj Boacombtttnt women and chdreo } none of them. The law could have
The effect electrical Soldiers
: was off here is at the Paco cemetery. The Span permit the profitable cultivation
tad :s oil cers and men of our made the bushel to consist of eight trouble .
and bent in .
duty on pleasure the city ish priests made the Filipinos their of truck patches and the marketing of
pay "The steel tracks would "' >"
well four. So prove | J
murdered In the harbor pecks or two pecks as as
Btvj wen foully rushed pellmell to quarters. In the way even after they were dead. In the : their produce in the odd times of farm lar with bicycle riders, and their 11M
of the American law could have made a dollar to consist
Havana people
knocked
the native
cab
streets our men Paco cemetery the body of a departedpaths leisure.
would permit of the extension i>f rural
of 200 cents or 50 cents as well
administration to
forced tn unwilling drivers and coachmen off their
perchesseised was allowed to rest peacefully Reducing the wear and tear of wag mail
to nut
delivery points ordinarily
drive; : as of 100 cents.'HERE'S. I
and
laterreat by force Spanish and
their like
conveyances tore in a grave so long as his surviving rela- ens teams and harness. within the reach of carriers under th.
misrule from the American continent Jehu to camp. For the next 84 hours t\yes paid a stated eum regularly. Hisbody It will allow our farmers better opportunities present conditions

IB nuking a declaration of war against PROSPE UTY. there was as hot a time in this old being at rest his soul was consequently to take advantage. of the "The cost of constructing tL< short
"
8p ata the government of the United town of Manila as any city ever saw likewise at peace.It change market values. section of steel track road already built i
}ltate.announced to the world Its put A Few Mjrnre For the n..k... In less than no time skirmish line of ,
a however the tax was skipped or And last but not least it will in- was about |1 per tout but thu Is much
pose to aid the Cuban to form a free Man to Ponder.In soldiers standing four feet apart was neglected at the appointed time then crease the real estate value of his hold- in excess of the cost when 1
necessary
sad independent government exercis- a general way it has long been
thrown out around the whole city. It the poor creature's bones were inhospitably
built in longer sections. The will
IDa great care to disclaim any purposeof known that the amount of pauperismIn 27 miles Fire shoot ing.This prw
was actually long.
hustled out of the earth and is only the economical side of also be reduced after the lulling wills
entering upon a war of conquest or New York was very large but the club the order of the
punch prod. was
I ignominiously cast upon the common the question but there are other ad- are equipped with suitable roll U get
tfflttrtinc upon a colonial or Imperial figures obtained by Hamlin Russell of day wherever a hostile Filipino showedhis heap Thenceforward the defunct one's less important social, the shapes desired.

puUcj.la Newark. N. J- from public officials and I head. Many of our soldiers remainedon son!' wanders through the shades of educational and religious "It is probable also that the tr4bt
the prosecution of the war against published in the New York Common duty 18 solid hours engaged in busI- purgatory in everlasting distress. It
of steel be ccut-i dilLUI'Jwd
fptia the destruction of the naval wealth are startling. In August 1898. like thia When the shades of : may ierably <
ness even looks as if the dead and gone Filipinos Crude 011 on Road. below that heretofore used witlmat
".a.
t force of Spain became necessary for Robert W, Uebbard secretary of the fell Sunday. Feb. 5. 2.500
ing on hap Through
deposited in this heap would have a an accident recently some terially impairing the value of the iuL
our own safety and success of our un state board of charities at Albany ad- less Filipinos lay dead and wounded in
rough time getting their bones togetheron ground became saturated with the oil Before making a piitive &'-..i as
dertaking. But that In so doing we dressed the Catholic summer school and about Manila Here ended Mr
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resurrection day. and very soon it was noticed that the to what the weigbt shut I..t bb.
should adopt the policy of conquest and the address Is published in pam- Aguinaldo's first le son. The river Pasig flows through Manila mud dried up and the surface of the sums time must proper elapse durilI4""tA
tebjugatioQ and exploitation with phlet form. He says that during the preceding With scarcely a day's intermissionthe ,
and is crossed by bridges. The earth became hard and remained &0. So we can make oDwrvations uf te rlt
which Spain cursed the world and fiscal year 200,147 persons were lesson has been continued ever since wealthiest place of its she in the islands notorious was this piece of bad road of traffic on the rails alrmdy dovra It

Which was now turning Its curses back cared for in almshouses and other"charitable" Even to those administering it the coat ie said to have been the town of that the effect of the oil on it became a seems probable however that s raft

Bpoa her did not suggest Itself to the institutions; 1.523.00D persons has been heavy. We may hope that by Pasig, a suburb of Manila a few miles matter of much comment and the experiment weighing 30 pounds to the yard. ..o- I

Auerkan mlad. That the president of I were relieved at "charitable" uls- the time this reaches my readers the out It was occupied recently by our was repeated in other localities fifth of an inch in tbickuita and witfi

the United State should throw the 1 pensaries and outdoor relief was story! of blood and death will be ended. troops the rebels and the remaining with the same effectA the cavity immediately below! p*'fn'Jy } ;
cbertabed Monroe doctrine to the four given to 75S.OOJ persons. Anything In It would not have continuedso
probably townspeople hurrying out in hot haste. barrel of crude oil is sufficient fora filled. so as to give a continuous KMI -
winds and stoop to bargain with Spain the line of duplication! by which one long only that Agninaldo has with Your oriental has no faith in banks. strip of road 100 feet long and 12 feet I fug will prove snScktjt This awry 1';

for the purchase of her consent that person may appear twice Mr. llebbard him those who know more of fighting Chinaman. Hindoo Jap or Malay, he wide. It appears that the ground becomes |I bring down thecubti t tbutetltv.-,

e might wade through the blood of considered is more than offset by cases than he does. He baa in his camp soldiers buries his money in the ground in an compact where it Is sprinkled I{ fl.500 per, milu ana there k .aeey

i : patriot arid conquer and subjugate a of relief not placed on record.: ". from the bite Spanish army Many earthen! jar. Then by a stone or some with the oil. and presents a hard, firm I I probability that time and .XJIt4" ,. ce .
proiJ Whoa she bad failed to conquer We do not know definite *.ibethrthese of these were caught and forced witha hieroglyphic he imagines only himself surface. The oil soaked earth sheds the I will ahowthat that e.tiaate ba iiga1 I

la 800 yean' Is I to reach a depth of Infamy .. figures apply to UreaicV N'ew gun, at their heads to join.bis army will understand be marks the spot and water and, of course, there can be no one. ,:

'1 that suffers Intelligent Americans York or to the city proper. If to the To the shame of their country it must retires in peace and confidence. Many mud. "0f course the coos gf actual leyuu&t .

and puts the brand of Insincerity: former,. It indicates that fully one in also be recorded that the insurgent thrifty_. Phinamen.. without rnnntinsr! on : th track __ ...
If' -- -- IUO a be added 4.ehte, at
nation and four of the population must be the recipient has his counselors two Good Road Law.
IapuII our progression a* a leader among or the inquiring disposition of the Yankee well as theexpenseof bringiugi IftIIft
{wop!*. I of public "charity" and the I three men who formerly belonged to soldier, buried their hoards in the earthat A long step was taken in the direc- surface up to it in such a mans*t M tu

The president of the United States tendency of increasing population. If I the American army. They had been Pasig. They left in such haste that n.of good roads for Minnesota when preserve the surface of the ruadbdl .-.

bat misjudged, the American people not offset by fully opening up natural dishonorably discharged from our ranks. they had not time to gather up this 'Potterroads and bridges bill" wad I i:| with the surface of the steel rsffl Allowing .
resources. (Is to spread similar conditions Burning with rage and the desire for The American soldiers at Pasig I -ed. This bill "places the supervision !
money. I | an equal amount for t&. t
floc. over the entire nation. Such Is revenge they went over to Agninaldo. particularly members of a Washington .. roads and bridge work in counties of j which is without doubt scfKcU&t! puri ,
i
and Impulse i the "civilization" the "blessings" of there not much else left over 200.000 population with the coun- pose
tltberasce of emotion patriotic I I I Perhaps was state regiment have dug thousands of 1 the road complete could be ban for
r ) accompanying victory may cloud which the administration Is trying to for them to da dollars out of the gr 'und. One fortunate ty surveyor and makes him responsiblefor 13.000 a mile."

't the moral vision temporarily but with I shoot into the Filipinos Cuba to be- How many men Aguinldo has it is youth discovered a jar containing $1- it" This cannot fail to insure more _

UM return of normal conditions the come the victim of the same policy if hard to say. One estimate puts the 600 in cold cash enough to buy him a careful and uniform work on roads and I Roads Q. s..... ..I.... si

Ideas of the republic will be found successful-San Francisco Star. number as high as 100000. If he ever farm or take him through college according more exact data regarding bridges. I At the close of the year !**' it i* _

troater that ever before and will assert had so many he has them no longer. to his temperament and aspira- 1. computed that there will .je ICO, pubs
themselves la such a positive manner What They Forgot. He has raked and scraped the earth for tions. Another unearthed a bushel Farmer and Good Koad. tit improved road and driveway on

that the rebuke that will be administered % The Commercial Travelers' National hem. Doubtless you at home have read basketful of copper money. It is sad to I Good roads are of importance to all Staten Island under the iron iunn oft

to the president and his miff league met at Albany recently and denounced -I that large tale of bow Manila was laid relate that after theN pleasant finds of the people but especially to the farmer.It the law of Itf&O. which aathui "i inch

fuhkd followers will be both stunning trusts but It forgot to saX in ashes by the insurgents The only the spoils of war poker games were particularly would be the first great step toward construction for which the county cfi

tad decisive. The privileged ,classes anything about the part drummers ring of Manila was done by the Amen fast and furious in the American that decrease in cost of production Richmond has heretofore issued bun8.

jvb plunder the American people un- generally took in electing the trust administration I an soldiers under orders. camp. i made necessary to meet the decrease in for more than 1,125,000. The Ullt'DH'
now intrenched at WashInlton.New selling price which has come to all commodities I of their maintenance; is about $1SUUO
jfcr cover of law are the alders and I Among the dead of the Filipino force ELIu ABCHABD Oossia.
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A home in the life of Christ U
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One thing needful"the ,J UesVSummorJDresB' > Goods and Xotto, j I
presented to u in the topical reference 1
felt .f ta. Liu... D... yl. 10-SX home in Bethany was a con- 5H

....1'7 V..*... *-zs-G.I.. Test.fa. genial resting place for Jesoa when He Christ with hia dkdpies. ia in the favorite .;Ready-made Mosquito Canopies. t
home of Martha and Lax -
*i.U *-/Bateatarjr Prepared xvaa in the vicinity of Jerusalem. Mary

kr the an. D. M. '..eena.t Martha seems to have been the recog- trua. Martha probably being the olderof -. ., CARL SCHP.r.2$10K4 Pip'r. f
; the two tiotert errea. Mary u.t -
ICopyrlibt. last. bjr D. 11 Stearns] tiied head of the little family group. the feet of Jesus and listens to hia word l-
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10 "He kneeled hi kneea three Perhaps she was the eldest The comingof
upon AU does not go well with Martha .She I, n
t times a day and prayed and gave thanks Jesus caused much extra work,' and 1 complains Jesus that Mary does not t I L FURNITURE. ,"
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i tefow hUGu4Mh. cUd atoret1Jne." A Martha was perplexed by the area of .
help her But Christ commends Maryfor
Uow to gin tfcaoka the household. i: 'I ,110Jl hOld Sewing Maf nines, \ ,
1 four UM might say her choice to sit it Hia fact./and ""
.lwa his CDMIlIel were seeking his WeWl Mary realized, perhaps more deeply chides Martha not because she was interested Th* Beat..llacala. Made LIght Banning and
: ; : $full determination to kill him. Some than any one chic the true mission of in the entertainment of Him Noiseless

i Would have .been fall of fear and would the Master and entered must deeply in- and His friends but because her orer- F ;
\ law thought ttwlae and lawful to the spirit of the coming kingdom of Sole Agent for the famous Wall Trunk lint .
awry anxiety in reference to things of minor
I Ood To her word of the Christ tresses made to order A Complete
fnoattton to have at boas cloeod the window : every importance. because! she attached more Une of
i during prayer &time but this man of was precious and. aa the opportunitiesto importance to caring for the temporal j
see and hear Him were so few and F U -R N I T U,
{ Ood! who>> llTttl before God and not before wants of her friends than aha did: to R. El

assail atmply kept on doing an ha bad done abort. she must be with Him every caring for the spiritual wants of her .of ad xtcripttoB atEink Bottoia Frk-eA. both
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Ikretlnaa moment possible She would not mfg i self'w Who HOe sad UetaU. Bubjr Carriage trom $6up

1L "Then these men aMtimbfod and lest needful care for food and Hia bodily -' tu I;JO. Go Carts UdnKeratun. ,lee Chests, 1
The good that Mary chose wasto
ait the feet of Jeaua to hear His
befura hi.Ood. A hundred 'and His own spirit that those things took at ... :: --
word, aa He spoke to the disciples or .;
.w..ty-two againol and the king on tM
one a second place To bear Him talk of the leave a eoUlg1UI'It'IIt of Oak' Diners and
their aido (unwluiBKljr against Daniel), I of the life was the one perhaps to herself She cared not so I' Reed Rockers that Win be sold very I':'. w.! ..
things spirit
\ ...aeenuxl nrt hope fnr Daniel. Ill hope i nnch. for the feeding of the body as for aaade| the rtmotu CltvelaodEtperlal ud1RalDb tBlqfLl1
WM In Out, nut in man, hill mind. was thing meat essential the) feeding of her own soul And well
IIAW on Quit and therefor? at poaouilNtUTt So ia it ever in this life. The bodily might Christ commend her for her .

I). ai4 ".IUIU\II1 not to be found needs, the cares of the home the pre choice Would that we might all choose: attention &ito our MaaOrdr*.' '
I. paring. sure of business social duties all the .t We l,"OursBtee 8tlriiictkiu both In gods sad
to ait at the feet of Jesus. where we
la "n,.till answered and said ,The multitudinous details of living absorbso have souls feed the breadof 1 f'I t'ricest Call OB us, or Roll in your ordem to rse.sed ,
Ihinf la true aorrding to the law of the can our upon -..
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and and t.
of time ,
much energy !
life rather than to have our affec 17 Lairs St.,JACK503IVILIE. FLA. fc
afadiM and IVrvUiM, which altcrrth not
t harassed bur ONLY 18.00
thought that we grow '
enemies of Duntel reminded the ions centered upon the world trTiag 1
Thftt 4481 :
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kief that U had signed a decree that ii dened. cnmberei with ranch serving in vain to feed the soul upon the haaka $ : D. .E, COOPER MTg Co.;; hOhas. >

toy QM should ask a petition of any gtxler We almost forget that Jeeua is here is which nourish not The good part \p

IBM for M day, eicvpt of himself,. ht our gnest is talking, ia telling of chosen bj Mary in receiving: the Saviourwas <; ..
\! afeoeld h. pot in the dm of !lion, and the things no one ever before revealed no undiiided devotion to His word. .,.

king had arknowlniiw that it wa even one else can reveal AU our future lie| the feeding on the bread of life which N. Wpl hans

an Witt akrd to .ifrn the dare theking's happiness ia bound up in His teaching. cometb by bearing In the bigheyt fsnse ::,:,",, ::-. :,c.', ; w. ,
faulty was apprahil tea, I point x>n
can't fretting
What a pity we stop '
the is the spiritual
good reception
Vkfch many aft walk. and ha probably about things to eat and feed oa HU part -STATE AGENT.,FOR--
i, ; tad Wt the. ruinuh.1 UAayrt of the pond of Christ BIm lt"T f, .should be the ..... : t.
1 'i. Ei.utaees words a little! choice uf all Christ should be our first! .: 1.

J 14. -:1'.. hank wSVh It of the chit It is grand to do mach serving for choice. "Seek ye first the kingdom of

H# Inns of UwcapUTttyof<< Judith*ruKardotbfeotthn. Jeeaa sake. Talking, praying giving God.' Longman &Martin Paints
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U king, bUr tha dwnw that thou singing and all the rest But it is bet Mary'a part was good because it was

; hat ....." They would haw the king ter to stop it all once in awhile and eternal It was "that good part which Sun.

tfc&k that Uu7 htwnml him wry highly sit down in quietness at Hia feet and not be taken from hers'The ,,.
away Lime Brick
shall) ... Shingles
bttt that Daniel tho Jew dwplwd both Other good this oni --- ,
listen. things are ;
of thia world
Ida and ate dwrea The confection ln good parts soon pass

tee 4, that they could find none occasion i II needful _____ away from us or we from them The Cement and Coal Tar.

1 not fault to him, auks ui think of the De Tea Ge to Chareat superiority therefore of an eternal good -

.r-saa, of Pilate .concerning. Christ Of coarse every Christian does and should u.be apparent_ 'u to__ _all__._ and, wsabound -. "_ ..,.,""-,-,,,_ ._,, -
JohB IU. U: ale 4 I) sad -
ir governed oy reason goadjudgment
the for sickier's
particularly if a member of Leagueor Agent Peerless Cement Plaster.
It "ThvnU* king when he heard these be influenced to "love ,
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Word was ... displeased with hluutflfM4 any young people's society- .. < ,
.* til* heart on Daniel to deliver they go to some service Perhaps it ia not the world neither" the thingi that 13 South Bogan St., Jacksonville, J1 ri4a. 10- ,I.tI ;
ara'in the world. because "the world '. :
kin. AttdtothatDndheUborudtUltbefutef the people's meeting only. Often
young ..
down '4 UM sun. Ha loved Dank-1 it I ia to the preaching service: occasionally pasieth away and the lust thereof,'but A Chance do Jour
doeth the will of God abideth to
he that
64 astermed him and aaw now how hU It is to be feared that many have ,
-.mIL.wan waking hU rain and how he forever More than that temporal enjoyment LITTLE'.B.ROS.
settled habit of attending publicworship.
ataudf bad nalnti tionally become part- no The service baa no of the world often leads to .
morning
Mr .Ua thwtt. It muss haw beun. emu eternal pain and suffering How fool-,; -
.>. the prealdents and prtnoc that special attraction Hard work all the lab to sacrifice the soul for the body \ and ,
relish the rest in PHOSPHATE I COMf AM
I tM WM dUpktMed with himself rather I week makes a person eternity for Urn I FERTILIZER
I Man with OimbL aDd that In seeking to bed Sunday morning Then some out)
What wta I U I gain the thing seek, \
fcUl Daniel were the king recreation desirable .'
they grieving of doors seems
i A dream s !In It II, I froth of 11<'..!** toy? Jacksonville* Florida.
It U wall m know the mind of the king
bicycle trolley> walking or driving as Who buys a nloutf'i mirth to vail s cask ,
and tu .., II NUU. IT, Ii.Ii one chooses or is able to afford.' Occasionally Or aella eteruitjr to gets tort __
t" ")::0 deeM nor statute which the attraction of For our .w"" Tape. .bu will the riM dtftrort r A .
'tqli1abltlhnbll1aJ'' bo changed." For some unusual special address, draw Or what fond 1wQ'". b* lei touch the maws. j' ; .E; : f r. :\ If you are requiring Fertilizer for Vegetable,
music or may
U* third tin* them men assembled with Would with the' ,nxpter straight ",b-'strkk. o

: ArteratlaaUoatokiU Daniel (verke 6, II). one out in the evening to the church dowstTherefore { t Pineapples, etc., write to ui and ,., can give you
i wh tint pruiainc their cruelty more but \here are multitudes who almost let us. choose eternal not '
i areettly.1 Daniel might truly have said never'enter its doors. temporal good "' > more value for your money than any other Has*

: "They hate nw with 01'11,1 hatred" "They I Row many church members are "Yon choose between .. .11. : '
.. Ps. Ixix most your ufactnrer or dealer in. thia-&tatt, or .tygm.shy
; kated without a eau. ( t) gradually drifting into the same habitsBelter said t ,:' "
and
right a phy
i Now prr Ut n$are the versants of IlataQI pleanures your ,-1- I t. / tb
the Stop : other State. Write
for
I todertroy libel Our bteased Lord came to change programme ] tician to a devotee of nxnal pleasure pamphlets, price., ..a.c.,
drifting and begin to live in earnest Then, be replied "farewell sweet "- '
girl We and to give abundance of it to above,address. ft.13.6S (
(Joha So 10). Nothing you can do on Sunday will so sight1', An4 how many are making }t ? j .

II "Thy God. whom thou servest con rest your body mind and spirit as to such Wftlrbl'd' cboitvt The ittpumd "
tatta .,. 11.will deliver th e." Thutdid rise early and go to the church for pub billy uf cuoic?.is truHtunloiw ..Think t ,- : '

DariU, tompclJo4 by hi*own law to putDulei lic worship It changes the'wk le tone of being fable to cboumr twtwwa Uud ATTENTION MEJRCtJANTSI

lp the Uoos' den, seek to comfort and tenor of the life. It gives fresh im I and self the soul and the body Christ t
.... WM law cannot save any one. forM and thought It diverts care
pulses new and the world b aveu and helL eternity -
b to thuie who break U the ministration and enlarges one's world. It lift. and .. .MIAMI: BOTTLING WORKS
Cf duUh (cal ill. U. tl), XVlther can and time! May Gut help us. like
inspires Better make it a rule and follow Mary, choose the good part whichcan "
...* Ian always aoooniplUh all U desires
lo for DaHua lured Daniel and as a king ito go to church regularly: never be taken away from UI I> prepared deliver, EXPRESS PaaPAt to all responsible partiet

k. bad pwU (lOWU lulus* bad loved Every man who is doing honest work Bible Readiogs-lien, xiii. 1-18 '; .BOTTLED POP

,DaAicl enough tu take hi* place and go to baa the right to lift np his bead among Jcsh xxiv, 14-18. Ruth i. 18. 14' ; 1 .oJ f j SODA SINGER ;ALE,,. etcn

the lions' den in his stead U might have men everywhere and hold himself in Kings iii 5-15; xviii. U ; Pa. uiil '". "" ', .-. Patrsit sf Ode Csaaty Hcrckavu Solicited aid SUJteU GiirtauH. HMp.
saved DanM this our bluuud Lord did. hand and be one of earth's noblemen .J,
4. Ixxxiv. 10; Pro xvi. 10; Iiii. l. :
lor the pan it cud loved me and gave Jesus J C. CA8TBLLANO. Prop. MIAMI., I'U.
Paul tentmaker
was a a carpenter
Math vi. 24; ;Mark vi. 83-29; Phil
lluuself fur me (OaL 11. ji), 1t-r4-U .
IT. ",bd a stone was brought and laid and the; fellow craftsmen have no T. 8. 8; I These v. 91 ; Heb. xi, 84-2*
Upon ths mouth of too den and too Liogenled need to be ashamed if they do their -

it with hU own signet." Jeremiah work wellIt Eaptlso .( Pala. ,
MkL Thcy bate cot off uiy Ufo In the takes more labor to raise wheat Over and over again the old truth ,

ituntfooa and antastoneuponne"lam. than it does to grow a crop of weeds,. comes back to us. that no man ia good
HI. U) Uuth Jerainitth and Daniel and but then, the wheat is worth more for' much till he has suffered a great

very good prophet were typical of the when harvested. It takes work it es- sorrow The baptism of pain ia one of
greatest of aU the phophets. the Lord .
7- Jesus Christ who died In our stand and, tablish good habits and do good deeds. the instrumentalities which God uses the
demand
i Recognizing in West Palm .
it takes self denial and but then it .
, Ills body being plaoud in the tomb the care, for purging away the dross of our na ,
. lamb was sealed (Math aril tie) In pays in the satisfaction of being right tures and making na fit to be partakenof Beach for

wh ease the ..aIncw.. to make sure the and pure. No one ia good by chance the inheritance of the saints in light The Tropical Sun I ,

f porpnMof the enemy but It was. vain Plow the weeds under and cultivate Not those who have escaped the fiery

eurwa* and wrought the doom of hooo wheat n____ tri a., tint."n ...,,.ace '_,tuu Vsi b eve _one 6ttw/i.UAVUBU.ttt. .GIIdleA-.y: ;.;,"... ...... II RasansM..: Rats. ,"
Who thus served the adversary.
it and come out unhurt and .' ,
IS MThea the king went to his palace After the Coaveatloa-Waatl glorified
and passed the right fmtlng" He dept The great Indianapolis gathering is are to be envied God knows what II Goortps Tf&ete{ t oi, All, Pak8lS,
beat for us Therefore he sends first
Bat nor did be allow hiuuelf to be enter '
tamed with mush HU been WM lil.ll'O on over The immense throngs the inspir one affliction and then another upon,a.

aoount of DanM's peril, and be longixl ing music, the soul filling and lifting Sometimes. because be aeea it to be neeeaaary. Job'DepartmentPrint. The Arctic Ice Works
fur the morning that he might know if addresses and prayers: the excitement ha lifts the very floodgates aDd
Daniel's God hud delivered him from tho the enthusiasm of the hour, the delightful allows wave after wave of misfortune ,
... The lore that would dullver it social: associations! the strange new
to If have the
over us. we right
auoid but find Itself IpkMi so to do, u sweep OF MIAMi FLORIDA.
scenes of the trip the new acquaintanceships !stuff in us. ,we shall be helped and not ,
Mighty thing and yn Ii hut'a faint
have all had their effect
kodowlag vt the love that gave the only harmed by these seeming calamities.
Tens of thousands return home changedin
toutriunof Ood to die for our Iini.II Nashville Christian Advocate. Have
.Letter Heads this week arranged to
from a
"Then the king arose very early in many things what they were a carry full.

the Boning and went In haste unto the fortnight since. Life is larger, fuller- Waives and Ik.epa'Cletk. Note Heads supply of Ice which willbe.delivered to
48 of lions" an anxious wa be to know I richer more intense and deeper Moral evil never dares be itself It always -
eI his friend's welfare. But what shall Reaction from fatigue will be felt seeks to take on the garb of virtue StatementsBusiness aU parts of town'promptly and regularly.
W. say of our Lord who continued all both in body and mind Beware lest it
Wickedness is naturally timid. It We will endeavor to merit
Bight In who rwe a great while your
prayer be a snare to the soul Slow down the tkulka and hides itself, darkness Cards
loving
larfor d.y and went out to solitary place '
speed, but keep fast bold of all the good patronage.
rather than light Evil ia ashamed of
Ospts.y, and who in the garden wag in '
Heads
Bill
1Ir.. such an agony in prayer that He sweat as gained itself except in the moat depraved natures
It were, gnat drop of blood (Luke vL 18Utt. After the convention-what t Higher and. where it ceases to feel
44; Mark I. to) ideals of science of duty of privilege ihame the fact is commonly due to its And all kinds of Fine, Stationery., H. H. COOK Local Mgr.

M "O ilenk+l. Kwaot of the living Deeper consecration of soul and body having found an environment in which ,
I Ood. U thy God whom thou aervebt con More watchfulness more freedom. there ia
nothing to rebuke it How
unitary able to deliver thee from thetioaaf Are You ? ,1 "
Deeper heart devotion and nearness to commonly do the wolves of greed and Supplied I
Thus cried Darius
ith
lamen-
w a
Jeeua. More the
loyalty to church
cruelty put on aheepa'clothing I How : :
taUs voice hoping to and yet wondering ,
tt M would receive an answer Daniel'sftltvtda more love for our fellows. natural for aatan to fashion himself ,', .

knew that the Ood whom they "One thing ia needful' Choose.. it into an angel of light I Sunday School

fiemd was able to deliver them from the Nearness to Christ Time Give us. a Trial.Order

foruavu. but that whether lie dtlueml ," ;
them (rum going Into the furnace or not Amhltlosu
"No has
loftier
man today a pulpit
fU certainly would deliver them from the
There ia a justifiable ambition which
than the Christian business man whoso
Band uf NebuchadnezzarII. deals with bis that their if kept within proper limits stimulates Established 1875.
employees .
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God
My hath His
sent angelsad ,-
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-t hath shut the lion mouths that they labor u an angel of joy and blessing to the mind and quicken. action, ennobles And"We Will, '

! hat nut Curt me." With a kind word to them. and thus making his own labor the nature and develops character William A. Bours & Co.

... Ling, thus replied Daniel the glory an angel uplifting and comforting him Ambition needs careful watching lest it ,

fit God and Darius was exceeding glad and leading him into fellowship with prove a snare rather than a blessing

sad onin>andod tu take op Daniel out of God. "Christian Advocate He that ia ambitious to be wise and 1 Grain Garden Seeds and '
tha ... Better far to be in the lions' den good bas a laudable motive and manifests Fertilizll.No.6

M the fiery furnace wl\h God than in the the highest wisdom while ha who. Please tYou ,
bat pa>-wecln1Qm.'W earthly com- What Might Be Do.e.Wbat ..
tin without Him.fj. might be done if own were wise- regardless of wisdom or goodness; determines EAST BAv STREET, -:- JACUON\.. .' Fix

.tio Daniel was taken up out of the Whit (lurioui deeda. oj luleriaf brother. I to gain a point at the cost of &

... and no manner of hurt was found Would they unite both u guilty of the greatest folly.,- We handle only the Beat and moot Reliable
to love and Seeds. A complete Stuck Of
.pon kmber&urebebelieved inblaGud." ncbl Philadelphia Methodist .
! tit helpful thoughts from this and the ADd ceue their scorn: oi cue another! \
Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat Grits :
Concluding verses of the chapter are more AU slavery..ut.re. lies and wrong. la the Wroac Dlrectlam. ,

1 than spat will allow us to give but maya All tice and crime might die together The trouble ia he ia looking ia the Meal, Cotton Seed Meal Both
few suggest more to you by tho Holy ADd oil and corn wrong direction for Him. and b.', basking Bright and Dark.AT t
Pptrit The morning of resurrection willi To each man born. .
pave that no real evil has ever befallen a Be tree u vannth ia summer walker. for a aigD'which cannot be giv- WHOLESALE- i

i child of God The enemira of God shall .en "God ia. love, let na remember state Agents for fi\
perish in that morning (U Tbess. I. 7-10) that ADd ml more(ht than be dooet this TUi might be done and He can be found only where love -t.-j-- Tygert-AIIia: Fertilizer .Co.

f Uy Daniel's faith the thing God was hun' More than the mjr fuleriag brother' can be. and the sign must be ioo&bt1D Star Brand t'utllizen-GuaranlOl'd naly la Oman tn. aDd Vrr.tlitie '
m-d In all the known world the .. tongue human heart "can and KrouBd bile Nitrate So-la, Uoriate of rbt* K. riulpilite *r lr' t.a
through E'. amid oc aung that feel test. aipiritnjU R Mu\WriOl\ III tile Market, an d a 'rial .W ewr1Rani!, eta T&llu -..
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CHWACTEROfTiGlLOS. .- ) ca&nct can'moke walk'cigarettes.; it vdU not She.vriH beilong: tin
,__ po sibJ1'able to mike as' xm aa she .

can: walk. The first and finest .cc m.p1ibmeufjf OFFICERS. -
Et&a Archard Conner Writes of the infant native ia cigarette WIUCON 3WHttUlKMayor,
GBO.8.ADAMS derv,AJMMOT aad Titanm
;Native Customs! smoking. Every body-man woman LlMarakal
PACT C -
and child-ia addicted'to it. .I nave JONESBOARD .. THE BOSTON STORE
OF ALDERMEN.
seen a skinny little girl looking no more
LED than 4. years old puffing at a cigarette GEO.W, PofTERPteskL!it
otto OF AGAPITO FELIPA
t that was longer than her own hand J.JOHN A.STU BEACH WDEdANGEO.__ -J.fc. BBANN1NC D.'MATHIS : .' J.-1< MRS. J. HANDELSMAN is here for the
prouder of it than a wbitq boy ia when 1 < ..
CARL SCHBHflSICK... .__ B. POTTER,
next week and will sell
.. Which he first bal his long curls cut oft ,. .
0 An 8 I4* 1 PeINe" Ute I CoaDdllDeedDl OB the ut,and yl Tve&y leach .
,' .... .t & ......- tYe ClTilUe M .r litr Undoubtedly Roman church has !' month atyp.m. I OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
striven faithfully for 300 Jean to en- Day Goons
e ...t IY. rmplr..rrbe.AbuIt7.1_ the graft monogamy on tine Philippine Islanders ,". .;+ ,I. '-'.1.' .

," ......t.;::bSeam. .B'..lIllaJ'. HI. ; but speaking in tbe terms of :*' Advertisers" Clothing fAT I COST !
?" 0.. !lu: vaccination it has not "taken." In County 'fectory71J

J VIMARIA. epite of all tbe terrors and thunders of Shoes oo8

'. April ti.-Tbe people who both law and theology your Tagalo can- .0
t have made'the "trouble In Luzon for not understand why he should net ran Cowl?OFFICERS.A.
, both the Spaniards:and the Americans bis domestic relations to, suit himself. E. OKT8KB... _... Coeaty fmigt COME ONE, COKE ALL, TO
The romance of Agapito and Felipa. A.P.4VIYBT..LYresGeart Cto*
tube known

t t.J< :: bek)6gtoUi9.PbiUpF'oe U the Tagalc*-acmit'.oa tbe'fgal"Tbe : that illustrates came the under point.in; own Hear the observation romanceof ROBT.B.J. CHILUNGWOKTH R.TAYLOK _eattiai_Attonttf.8U rU WhOU8e: the THE s BOSTON = ST0REt

t Jesuit Father Barnero peaking. of 11.a.GRCB1U&... ,.. .a... ..: Tare As.eaaor -' "!
the natives in Deral/intoruaTJA in Agapito and Felipa H.J.ANTHONY,...............Tax ..CollectorE. MRS. J. HANDILSMANProp.
bit history ,that the.,SpanJrdj <.buTe Fflipa was engaged as 'nurse of the H. OIMICK: ...........-.tttuary MARCUS FRANK_ Manager. b... JNHillQlN ElO 14
.
[.: brought them to a .state ,of civilization bandaome! San Francisco baby that was WILL H. RUSSELL.ptrrlfwi of RegfeintfeaIfRANKUNSHESN

A and converted tbem.ta.Christianity,; If brought out from America in our ship, : ......,._ ,,Bttneybr -
r so Uk. some" white 'people, they have She was a belle among the Tagaka. ZT.MERKITT_Saut.. Fiblie JkilrMtka. '. '<

. e .qQf'ff"r. ii flowing itt with tbe temper of a vixen and an eye COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.HW. Columns of Ocean Steamship Company

The Tagald i* A degenerate and scrub that flatbed like a red Indian's. Agapito riTTS.Uuirmaa_... Ilpke Wertt

Malay. if then in any other kind of was doorkeeper; at the Army and Nary G. w. UI luaT.. -, .,._.....Pal Beaek "
L, If alar, wbkb: incline to doubt From club. He fell in love with Felipa and w. J. aHIllis ........ .......CoeoaautUiOTrR. "SAVANNAH LINE.
Bit tribe come the LOOM enr nta and epvot. wbola month's wages-|'7.60- E. McDONALD ___.._....__._ OjM
.,,t kboren, JikewUe the rebel, in end on ber He bought her gingham skirts, W.V CSHISG.........-__..NeptuneComntUaiuBers 6 Florida %
.
Loot Manila and the neighboring red and yellow, and with long tails tothem meet regular lewioa cm. -
,. the Ont Moray la each month. THE
that trailed behind the
towns of Losoa..q ground; _1.o ..I.
IB Manila an two.worlds-one in !likewise pineapple cloth waists of ..del FLORIDA LECISLATLIRB.auaza. llib 'T o N ew Y U ;A '. And Boatan.;

'; the bcwBient. the other op one flight of !icate texture. Nothing was too good mow JAIl cocm a

Bitty though decorated atairt The for her. Felipa took the greatest pride Ie N.DIHICK, ralm Beach......_Senator A Short Bail Ride to Savannah Thence
however which P.B. HOtSK. Htomt.._._ .KepmenUUTC .
f two ttoiM are M dlstiotj aa the''pti. in.two plated rings -
' itatlift'i different l spheres ia tbe earn Agspito'a infatuation bad led him on toby COlJN1Y SCHOOL'BoARD. A Short Sea Voyage.Sailing .

:;. acilaed- They touch at no point for her. She exhibited the rings tons IU1'I&DnUDU'f.' or route uran.11c'r1OJl. from Savannah:

l I 1' Tbe T'8&Io' ctrongeat point ia bIll exultantly: and told na that on tb. Z,T. UK:>RITT-?......... ._.leoon CUvXEXiSRi .:'TROPICALIt
L*. ability to observe bolidnya That II an- Sabbath of Glory she was to be marriedby or SCHOOL IOn 6 Ships Each Week 6

r?' limited! lie would fain knock'off work the holy father to Agapito They ... W,J ACJKIWNI:Ja.lrm..CoooaIIu&Grove .i; .
bad teen wedded fashion 1L BVINO: .._ ___..?..__......JspHOt r
Tagalo 'I"
already
c rcligloMly fur every holy day and feast A.W,GAI.NET'r-.ul1po1 All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with sailing schedule Write for gee
4&IID the Roman Catholic cbnrcb, and for three months-that ia they had eral information
schedules
; sailing stateroom reservation, or call onE
& the Bomber term unlimited When simply been living together. They decided ..r ; '
than fail be generally bee a funeral a to marry white folk fashion, however '1' .. H. HINTON, Traffic Manager, WALTER HAWKINS Pla Fas. Agt.. }

,,,. "wont acme> relative or friend to attend ,.and the knot was to be tied on :i''' ; SUNg Savannah, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. 6-to-$3
Easter the Sabbath of Glory which the I
f Holy veek. preceding. was StateDirectory. l. -
b the time of the day before Easter
..I. Sa&day. great year Do You
at- .(or the Tagalo. Unless bin living literally But what can one count on in thia ,.: nut'a
>:0 ) depend on it. be will nut work cn world t Two weeks before the Sabbath EXECUTIVE DEI ARTMeNT. : STEAMBOAT-?

" e Good Friday; of the Saturday following of Glory Felipa met a handsomer man. W.D. BL.OZHAM............ ... :.;'Got nor We none have oo them bawl to Sell to suit, weciabuUd have
f. Tnia present fear marked the firat time He was an oily tongued and no less oily JNo. U CKAWFOBD._..Secretary of State Just what you want. 1
in tbe bietory of Manila that the street headed young Jap. lie also was em- WH. B. REYNOLDS. .........:.Oofeptroller

raw were ram en Good Friday The I ployed at tie Army and Navy lnb, and JAMRSB.WHITFIYLD ,.,._-..;..Treain We are also Prepared
W1I.B.
I Ii strung anent American military'ao- he bad the additional advantage of .N.8UjATS"Sap&L4KAR..AUOlae': fablfe IniUttttiOB Oenmjw. i To Furnish ...

: Ibcrlty forced the pony little,, native speaking English very well On the L.B.WOUBWKLU_...._.CDita.AgriCulture ...
drtveta and condoctora .to attend to strength of this he told Felipa be waa PATRICK,HOUSTON..... AdJoUst'General .

i l heir bnsintaa. an American. and ehe believed. him. W. H.MltTON.ja_.. ..' Sur -Geaent Pumping Outfits for Irrigation.
Permit we to qualify the itatement Men were.gay deceivers ever. O&eela& TaUabauee. Florida. : ,
.. tbat the Tigalor baa no ambition. He Dat )ed. by the glamour of an alliance U. S. SENATORS.J. Is TheBEST'

I ku one that absorbs his little mind with the nil conquering American race. B. TAUAFESRO ._Jukwevlfe I Write or call on as for Anything in

.$ daring the brat two months of each Felipa turned icy cold to her faithful UALLORT.. __-_ _.Peo aeoU i Our Line that you need.
,- year. It U to get a new shirt for holy Agapito. She jeered at him. told him U. S. CONGRESSMEN. I
.",k. It U aa much to him aa to the ; she bated him and would never many Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co.
ROB;.W.PAVIi..._...... ...PaUtka ,
fashionable American ladle her new hin>-no. never 1 8. M.8PAKK1UN _...,...... ,....T pi
Easter bonnet life shirt ia hia most "Give. me back, then my. Jewels! .
Rouge a article of attire. On it befpenda cried Agapito. "Give me hfck SUPREME COVRTJIDGES. :. : JACKSONVILLE FLAG
the anxiona thought of day. and my K:R YABBT....................'."OieiaiatiwF.B. : .
(7.59. or. if not that at least the red .
Bights! and perhaps a month's waged. .CARTEa.Anociak'Junta ; ( 1'-24"98 Pr.OPlITOIL Jacksonville Marine Railways
and skirts and the
yellow gingham '.
B. F TAYLOR.._........, ;> -
About tbe tat of March Jour cook orCoachmAn rings washed with gold With them e .
will uk 'yon for a month's' even if I cannot bring thee back,.I can R. R. COMMISSIONERS svt LIndian'

rtXA Wages ba'advance to buy him a new get another 'girl just as good." But. Q. S. DAT. Chairman.. ..?. m..CainesviUe t.-; ..

tbVl; .for ,holy week.. HI shirt Is hie Felipa would not J. L: MORGAN.-- __..J&1per fit JSf. River Nurseries
.
J.H.BRYAN _.._ ___ltblllllmec "
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1 oatar appal ganaenWis every -case.WOTBMtsUaof .
Tbeu the desperate Agapito appealedto .
JOHN r. Clerk. _
NEEIYT.Is. Arcadia
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bin JroI1Ief1" For IT.- tba senora: Felipa's employer;' fie Headquarters and office of the Bmtd at TatUbauee. : dvej smg Budded Citrus Trees of every variety on Sour Orange and Lemon Stock; ale full
Rub to wear his shirt inside of ,hUtrooaeri informed her that the girl was no fit line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to this secliuc, in.

weald be a breach of etiquette noise for the baby, seeing that abe bad ..I eluding Budded Mangoes, SO Varieties of Cretans, 25 Varieties of

npardonable in the eyes of hia race.fbalagaloVwrTday run away from him and gone'with an 'C.General ..I'.." J 0-098 Palms Roses Sun berry Plants, Pineapple Slips. Etc.

1 .. apparel con other. She was a bad character, b, &.. :. JOHN B. BEACH, Proprietor, .:- WEST PAUl BEACH. FLA. ,:
aim of an anderahlrt. and tronaen, with dared, which was a rather curious .

I Pair'of wooden soled toe slipper; argument considering tbat he was doing ', irectoryeCOURT I .."
bandy and comfortable for a hot cli: his utmost to make her back .. .- : '.
come :
Rate. If the weather in very warm or and be his wife again. CALENDAR. ,. : : 'MEDIUM Florida East Coast Ry.
I ,
if be bat only one nndmhirt ha omits( The senora appealed to Felipa. who (Seventh Circuit..) Ft4yr; .

_. .. -. -- U. 8. JONES ........;........._. circuit Jnoge TIME TABLE NO. *1. IN EFFECT JUNK 11. 1899.
..I. D.BEGU9................ SUte't Attbraey j r
+fiIs : 8PEINU TEUlf.Oac SOUTH BOUND Read Duwnl. NORTH BOUND (Bi. Up).

ola County, 1st Monday ia Uarch. .sINo88N ...! 'R
Orange M N N !Pa1lJt 0"" STATION i o.ill 78IN'-r ye
.. 1;, '
.. I. CUll [
u I
Lake 4shfoliuia '. Of- Any fl.6p'9bx'Leave....... .... JackaoBTiUe... .... :......Arrive fop iifioi F
Id Ajirll.Brefard : IC 815p l03U ;,Anlve. ............ St Augustine..Lnave laop 14,1.
IUl" II II 'alP IOsr. Lea.. ... u..8t. uu ............ .irrlve aitp tDe
Dade bt After 4th 1: ..sat tl Ur. : .. ....... ".. .. Hastings ..... ..... Lean I I Mata Hotel
Monday In Monday 1 j: erip,11 5ia:!Arrive... .. .... Paluk ... ... .LOTH 4 gQp .
AprilPALL .aWEEKLY- I i 4ap 11'Lea..e. ..... .. P ]*tk s .... .... "Arrive.jArriT JUpTlto : CORONADO. .

TERM. ii IM Tii5P._.. ... .. .........SMI Matso ... ..........Lure TYt! DAYTOrCA. :
c toeola County.* ,let Monday II in.. October.N ......I T 3UB LeareTi .. .. ...s.a Yaeo.... ..... .... Arrive- T 6i: .. CORONADOBEAC or a
Orange M i .. U gee'IMo.. .. .Lost Palaika ..... .... .Lean 6 T :;
li lik Lake -" 4th .7 9. i 1 tM p I4 blnliij ... ..........-... ....Onnund.................. iffIt&p t las !e
t VolnaU Id NOT, PAPER E C a II6p!, 1t<*P, ..........._. .DaTtona ............... IQ P 7 Ole **
Brerard tab N N eilp: 1I8i1! : II ..._..._. .. :.Portbl-aIlIJII... ,_. ... d SS OlOOUaTToT BEAC BEACDAYTOrCA. r
.w 820p, 133p i ".. ... ...:"New smyrna...... .......... IIi>p -
let Monday after the 4tn lloa- 8 alp JSp1Suip :. .. Oak Hill ...... _.. to 12''p "A
At day in MoTember. I3UV / < ......:..... ...TltunUla"......,.... ..:.:'. 1(16& !toJI: w
as .. to ................ .City Point................. .. 115p
GOVTSIGNAL SERVICE DEII > '; ...... eel ................. .Cocoa. ............... IWp ..... (
J. W.CRONY.......:........___ Observer '1 ...... 841pj ...... ........ ..RockledfraEsiiOalile; ........... .. .. IMp Nw
: : ...... 4 Up! to .............. .............. .. lS8p ...... OKand:
Obeervatory' at Jupiter Inlet. 1 ...... 421P4i7p ..... ............MelbourneBuMland.................. UMp ..... Nwflai
GOV LIGHT HOUSE SERVICE in The E ...... .. .., ......... ................. to 11 4&i& ... :
1 ... .. Sulp:: to. ..................Stbaatiaa.St. ................. I 1143a. .
i ir Llrht House at Jupiter Inlet. .. 10.3 .... Ji-'p;; ................. Lama ............... II 1066& ...... andST';
JAMES A. AUKOU&....... ....... .Keeper: "TJ V I ...... lisp to ..................Fort Pierce.?. ............. to 10 Aa1006ft .. ..
.. d. 41pi to .. ..... _.. ..Eden ... ...... .. .. .. aC ',
....... ra
J.A. WELLS _.?? ., UtAMUtantBKNJ. \ .... .. .. '
C '.:p. to .. ....... Junaen. ...... ... ... tee r
L I WELLS.- Id Assistant n08 sap to ............. .... Stuart OWe JU891Aat
,. lID Daily 'f26p.' ..............Hobe sound.i.:::: :. ........ >ally Q
U. \. LAND.OFFICE. EiTnOTS 7SBp to ................Wefct Jupiter?.............. 9Oi Rv.u'Qt '
l n.8. CHUBB._._ __._ _BegtaterOffines 19p: ............Went Palm Beach.......... to 8>Kie: It';ipl el
:. 124&I 89r'p' ..........,.... _BuJltoa_........... .... 8 tJ16 fit
at GtlneiTiUe.FloridaFirstClass STATE- ;FLORIDA I4fia402a UIIPII\ .............. .... Delli) ................ T eCa IglRPt H
\ to ............>Fort Laoderdale............... .., TWa 74p' M M5Ku'2
II I /1M pm ............. Lemon City............... eUa '
e ., I :?$)p,Arrive ...... ....... ...Miami........... ...... e1ae, saopi"f

BETWEEN NEW SMYRNA AND ORANGE CITY JUNCTION.BTATlOifS .

...atoa11UPZN0 e; .. ,.1) Y IINo II! 1 No. ZNo. i 3i .
I . . . iu6pl01uaLT...,...... ... .......... N.. Smyrna......................... ..MI fJ& i1 ;
: ; .". I top 1121& ?....................... .LakeHelen .................. ....... .LvL1' lOp. 4 #j'?
HOMESTEAD: NEAR MANILA. 4 02p\H ma. : ....................... Orange
UBplll AT ......... .. .. ...Orange City Jttnottos... ............... '11651'" t Isla
All trains between New Smyrna and Orange City Junction Daily e oept .Sunday.BKTWKKN -
refused either to go back to Agapito or
forth with
and walks only
that garment '
ri1U>VIILKA>D !iA P'uRU.
'M tkia lawn shirt on the upper half restore the gowns and the rings. They -

.... ef bis body bis brown hide shining were bets she declared. because' she Advertising KQ.UIjrLv.- ..................................,..TttuaYllle.............,........ ........ .... Ar II l;Asp .
tkooga> and giving to the tout ensem- bad been the wife of Agapito three ........ ..............................Kim. ............. ................... .... LT i t ,
1 color conaideoattbtie month, and she bad earned them. Seeing ..................................... o.\tMID... ........ ........... ..... ...... .. 11 .
blo that tint of different 128",1 .................................-.faterpriae........................... ........ II tlxa
ad in Worth and Redfern what an ill favored ungallant ....................... .... InterprUe Junottoa................. ............ 11. I
On Good Friday the Tagalo creature be was. Felipe bad reason oa t tts'Ar....... .... ...... ....... ..Saaford.. .. ....... .... ... .. : .11 uts I
tieattunt ""
bet aide Agapito went heart- : All tratii between T1&uIYilleud Sanford Daily except Son. &y.
dips fucth t. bi new bull week shirt away Job: Rate Sheet
If he ba any tawuey left over afterpaying irokm without either girl or property. PrintingAt KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
did not slumber .
fur U, then tbe female and But outraged justice
Cbildtf of hie butttthcld appear in new in that crushed breast.. In due time the The' tteaaeri of the Florida aVtt Oo yv* shine in tenora. Felipa's mistreaa, received a It.! ...erae.'p from Miami ll:3u p. m. Tuetaya and Pridaya. nln Key
gatoents tooThe women "City of Key West 1:80 p. m. Wednesdays and Sutardayn. Train 35 concede
:
the children 'letter in choicest Tagal pigeon Spin- 'I14V .
bright MW red skirts the SDD Office.W. WMI" to aad I with iteamar.From t
with their ba"y brads and pipestem lib informing her that unless he got Will be Sent on Ap- Cruw M>y WratDlrrcl. Key West 3:30 n. m. Wednesdays Saturd-ya. Arrive I

F. Irjpi and sorts. are carried in arms or tbotle: Urau rings and those red and yelcw Miami 3:30am.ThOredayeandsuadayacoonectlolrwithtraio: .S. !!
futtow tbe fatally ptoceteion to cborcb.frpartBg dresses back Agapito would immediately iLe before the West T p. m. and Thursday. Leave Key West fI .
and lay tbe whole matter Mondays B. m. r
little '
pink green .
crty same days. 8 a. m. Tuesdays and Ktidayt
tsltts and &.- United States government as represent .. . '' iiation. pal-Havana From Havana. ..llln< direct for Miami tl A. u. lataday
If tbe Tagtlo race onUida Manila ia ed by General Otis > ud iGy We.tW and coDoectiOK Fridays.: with Arrive train Miami fly S a. m. Wednesdays and B.tard.y,

M tvpettor lathe apecimena here then This threat of a national complication -Tba.e Time Tables ahow the Umea at which and boaU may be expected. arrive aM
"i affairs
It BUt U oa the road to estioction.! on account of her love : depart rrom the ucnl statioos and ports, but tnrtr arrival or departure at t.heUII&e
the ecnwBiest rot brought Felipa to tgnna. Rather thanbe State la not guaranteed nor don the Company hold ttaelt responsible lor any delay or anr
cbltdre are .
The therefrom.
surrendered .as %o Msea arising -
she
loPed eataple.4t infancy cne can pAc court martialed for espy of local. time card call at tie West Bay Street. JaekaoavUlo. or uOdren
Io bt&ifeUA' native child a' yearend tbe valuables and now 'Agapito. bolding J.P.BKXWTTB.Traffio Muafor. J. O BABNEB.: A.O.P. A. ;
tare .
1 bill old at oar bone U GO taller them once mere ID hia hands u a ... St.SUBSCRIBE Augu.ttue ary

{ tba* the bealtby well grown American bait is looking for another wits Bat. B.'MITCHELL,

ef ) BJcnth tbat its mother ha alas for the trusting feminine heart Shoe
Lab Repairing Neatly Don Bar
from Baa franclaca Tbe The wily Jap, who by posing u an ,
jars btwigkl cut out. baa not cess Sewed aod I
Anrtkfxblid U much heavier than American. Agapito Repaired.
which caned walk yetIs married Felipa. It may be for yean' Ont-ottown customers will receive
tbe wore a... FOR THE SUNL
ff,tte ef ita 1 18 months'tojoarn I in this audit may be forever ere abe month finds another promt attention. Shop on Olive Street '41 k k .
w tLtIL : who will spend |7.50 I oaha next door north of TKOFXCAL Sox Build. I I

ttrenty bowtr.. au Unit TII&1o fill :. fifrTyt ARCH\liP OtMf T lift in.. S-bglI I

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__ SERMON OF KKV rr$. biAW1) very, purpose' for which.the. Church was t\P nil'atlonl 1 a few minutes for them to come up. I game slaughtering exploits here recouatd WHERE WE WORSHIP<
EltfnninatOfJ
..-, 7\'if instifuted..The minister' duty is .to I [ S.Corlimged did not have to wait long. One of them for .I hesitjde to trespass upon your .:;.

Al .... Wot '!...UMxrrcftljSaktfajr : ... Chunk: <',* attack every evil that degrades human- ( from fni page) arose to the surface too yards below,me.j space.> It is evflent[ from the widespread -.

HaraUc. JtUy S3, 1889. ity._ Paul did that, and was always in -- I did not molest him for I thought I death and destruction which followed iahis A Directory of tk Leo* clams ?.
r fle and bagged U-antifal white ibis.A "- .
trouble. He was stoned at Lystra, a could do better. In a few minutes Uie .wake and from the prodigious raiDof and ReBjtoas sWrtto i.. '/

Ml have whipped and imprisoned Phillippi mile further on .we came to another other put bis eyes out of the water Dear f ammunition erupted by hint, .so to ,

JaeagtbecwunselofCod.-AasX3 not shunned to declare unto driven out of Thessalonica, ridiculed at pond. A large white rjjiet sat near the the opposite bank not more than fifty speak as he passed through our pine BpteaoptlJEriacorAi. ..m.... l

Bphraua the chief city of Asiatic, 27. Athens persecuted at Ephesus his life center of it. about 250 yards away. 1 yards away. I looked through my glob barren and hummocks, and along our .caracs.L. FITSJAMBS-Bethea-bp-t&HMDT,>hearr.Seriieu ftia.atv. :. :
drew
< Greece, vat visited! by aul in the year in .danger from the mob ; arrested in a bead on him let go, and he sight saw his great black eye glisten in water courses. that Mr. Shields must every btuuUy raoraing at u c'eteefc. {
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M of the Christian %ra. It was large, Jerusalem banished to Rome, beheadedby immediately sat d
rich. luxurious, idolatrous and wicked. Caesar If Paul had been an amiable "We passed a dozen or morn of these and his back came out bf the water ball and buckshot.. He does not monio. awl KIT.ftmrtk L.r.Wedtxaday-of Hixba, trulDr.w rue.!

*!. front of the entrance to the harbor kind of a preacher negative, that ponds during the day, and_at each: of until he formed a great half circle.: give us the details of his armament, but *. Aanataose Jv, Secretary.

was the famous temple of Diana, one of everybody lpvd, that preached. the them'I got a shot making avery' handsome Then he wenf down, and next his head we may get some hiut of it from this 4:

the sera mdmd the world. Pliny meek and lowly Jesus and never attacked bag, consideri.iha, was 'goingsomewhere' and tail came out approaching each advice he gives intending Florida tourists Holy Trinity Hiaalaa.Wert .

tells M that it was 425 feet'long and sIn evil he would have been a bishop instead in and not on a regular bunt"Again other until they almost met Then he as to how they should fit themselves Ser,CM wilt be held Palm rtfitlariv Betch tvm Soadsri _

breadth adorned with one hundred of crying out for his old cloak to a aeries of ponds ia the disappeared again and at once reappeared out before invading our devoted land: i TJop.BMiBthe9cvEpiacopuciiarcfi.oor.e(

alamos each sixty fed high. Paul keep him warm in the damps of the open pine wood, he tells us. "We found I doubled and twisted into ;an "A shotgun and rifle will both be Kreraia Hindi and?ftrfntetU will haw ckarfcof Strrtu. UteMttrrico.Rev. L. ttuJanin .

preached there about three and Mammertine prison. It there is no plenty of the large water birds so nu- almost indistinguishable mass. Whenhe needed, though cylinder-bore shotgun LADIES' GUILD aeeU every FrkSay at fli*>>
years merr.us in this State. We took an oc-, p. ra. ; MaL GIlT L X"'n:4II.1'rw'"
left a strong and influential cbuixh: asa immortality aud no.future judgment unfolded himself this time he remained and supply of buckshot cartridges ia Has. GAIDSK, SecreUi.
c Monal slot at them when offered I .
,. "'I.uul,of his W ora. In the year 60, where God will reward and punish. I one on top of the water, lying on addition to the supply of small shot may t:

about one year frum the time Paul don't see where the goodness and justiceof a tempting mark and bagged a large his back and then I knew that he was answer all purposes. The greater needof 'I V. 9 Can.. Seuth.. 1 i

,:' preached at Ej.bestu, be passed wi.hin God is. Men don't get their reward number So much dnrfc. the day." dead." the rifle is for the larger game which S Sunday.m.. every SchobI Saaday.10 a.u..GcBcral and Epwonhp. prayer tacu..... !
for the Florida birds
.t thirty miles of the place l on his way to in this life; men are not punished here. whose destruction plume Our admiration is compelled by the frequently offers lonl-range'shots wherea utg meeUagii-ndayafteriMKHMUa.Thuraday evening at 7:1$. taitw PrcidU prayer .

r JetBsalem. lie sent for the Elders of Many a saint of God has stumbled and we have-all of us been thoroughness with which Mr. Shields shotgun is eutirely useless and if the vice 6XaccQft making so much ado over and, blamingthe ; monlhal u IIi..Dd rij p. .... U UM tveV I
fallen this admirat bortsman be clever rifle shot he
his Our
over problem ground. a i
quartered w4ice
the Church to meet him at Miletus, or iajr a song will be tetd half an tour Iw ;

IWtt...., a city and seaport of Ionia. The effects produced by Paul's preaching milliner hupterj" for;terminating. or disgust; it depends how.we look at should. always provide himself with fort\*
The scene Is very pathetic. Paul tells in Ephesus I A great revival; men There were gato I on the coast, such things. both.. f The Fourth- Sunday .enricc wilt bt brit.t .

them of bia approaching troubles at brought out their magical books and too, and our sportsman reaps new All was game that had life and lackedsense "A large supply of ammunition shQald At Lantana UoyntOH at,11 7*p*,.m.m. At Uypolozo. all p. t. i

I. Jerusalem. He review his ministry burned them ; they were worth nine to honors ia his warfare waged upon them. to know he "was loaded" and Jo be provided for each, for there is such a tcy.J B. WAUCEK,Paator.Ceag -

,' among then ; declares that he was ten thousand dollars of our money He appears to have come to Flori'la as keep out of range of him. Going great variety and such countless .. i '
r, That revival. It wouldbe modern St. George-/imbued with of he tells numbers of birds and animals gatioo& Cboneb. t
faithful, and says "I have not chunnrc was a genuine a a through a tract pine woods constantly f Kev:& Dk Pima Put.,... '
about the same as if alt the saloons ferocious determination to find here the us, the"monotony was relieved by ponds presenting themselves, that although
to declare unto you all the counsel of; 8 rrlcra at I} aa. .... ..4 7OO p. m. Keadiy
Cod." aud all the bars in the palatial hotels! Dragon worthy of his lead "I was scattered along the entire distance at many of them be not game, still the temptation chMi! '+Rlld I..rur'. Jiible t:1aa: a' 10 a. ...
ChrWian Endeavor at fl'SO: PraierSt.
Paul arrived at Jerusalem was as.ualted would pour out their whiskey in the I thirsting for the blond of 'gator," he each of which be got a shot or two at te shoot them is so strong that MeetiJqrVedDellltf -t 1 P- rat. p. nu

by a mob rescued by Lysias the gutters and sell no more. That is the i tells us. But be was not so thirsty for the large water birds which alwaYS- few resist it For instance, there are

Roman Captain in charge of the garri revival we want that will ,compel men 'gator -blood- as to disdain-- a "fine young j hover around them"; (parenthetically, cranes pelicans, cormorants,, water Hnn' Catholic Cba..b. 1

sea at tte castle of Antcnia ; sent to to do right at a great cost ; that will I doe" upon which he drew a bead and they don't hover as much as they did turkeys, alligators etC, offering shots ,,"u innloc lLl with ayau{ ,1'UI ud
Ccsarca ; defended himself before Fes- produce righteousness of life ; that will "she doubled up." Nor l mere the garfish before Coquina passed that way ) "Thisis at all ranges, and affording such fine \.lIt'r1'iee, o'd,. L m. Sunday tkhoul a1 a r, roc,
as 1:30
Us, Felix and Agnppa ; appealed to make restitution tor past wrongdoing; i swimming in the creek beneath his indeed the happy hunting ground opportunities for practice that anyone is QB -1" day) .... wUi be p. at m.T a. mf ..

Caesar ; was aeit to Rome ; shipwrecks that: will make good, honest men and attention. He tells us, "We ,saw large the sportman's paradise," he tells us as justifiable in improving the opporunities -*----- -

at Malta; marched along the Appian women and save them from their sins. numbers of gal fish sporting; iu the sun- he found it. There is not much' paradise when not in localities where game is to BV'111.8 St.. bod j., t1o. fie. < '

I way to Rome and stood before Caesar ; Not all the people of Ephesus were light. We shot a few of them merelyfor about it now except for an occasional. be found. I estimate, from experienceand Knighta" a! P7tbJU.IlCCllo ,
eiFUN'AND, Ftk1ayNtghtsttmo'eleckg
died ovuide the city gates a martyr for converted by Paul' preaching. Christ I pastime You see. he had come to turkey bnuard. observation that an enthniastic lid tI..... V1dfNa Lrlaer.. ofd ia i if tat. !4 4. +

Christ only had 120 in the upper room at Jerusalem Florida for pastime, and Florida, in its And even those nocturnal creatures sportsman will shoot away Sao shells in castle flail over l'llbllr khooI ttandtag.Ww .

I want to talk for a brief period this: after three years' work, Paul .1 humble way was trying to afford pas which hide in caverns and hollows were each.reek_ : hat he may spend_ _in Florida Bunn, Ja.,1G. d t a H"&aun... c sj c

founded no church in Athens. We cannot I time. not permitted to escape his keen scent an4 i if be be provided with rifle and shot-
Burning on a faithful minister of the
measure ministerial success.. We i But the alligators were the real "game" for: game. The party was camped one gun both perhaps an equal division of > ,
Lord Jesus Christ. Paul told the Elders i. :
must do our duty and leave results to: the expeditiou was after, and the sau- i evening, when : this number between the two would not FACTS. ,
of the Church at Epbesu that he did I I
God. There is no god worshipped on rians were fouud in the creek which "Jack started to the river to get water be far from the proper figure. --
ft shun to declare unto them all the
counsel of Cod. We understand the the face of the earth that was worshippedwhen t 11|I was the destination of our hunting party. for our coffee, and as he passed the end I I Heaven defend us Witty Sayings leterspened WltfcBosisess

Paul preached at Ephesus The!I "One of them stuck his head out of ot a large hollow log that lay a few feet
if
course) of God to be the gospel of our Verily his name were not on thetitlepage Bargains cf
world is growing better and it will be J the water whereupon Cap S. gave him from the fire he heard a alight noise in
Lord Jesus Christ ; the incarnation, lifeleacblepi I I I I would hesitate to believe .
made ttill better when the church and a charge of buckshot in the vicinity of it We cut a stick and passed it in, whenwe that the Mr. Shields whose
death resurrection asceu personal "This the
are faithful to their profes-I Ute and ear. He lashed the water found there alive in said IftltJftSeDtal
ministry eye was something Florida
in
lea, and the fact that Christ is in the doings and advice to other "
heatena seated at the right hand of God. sions. I I into a foam in his gyrations,. and sank it.' as Dundreary says of his hat We visitors are contained in this volume is boarder, 18 the time ODe whhet to I

Paul after of auffenug for out of sight, ded. in wander in the woodland" i
Hot a dead Christ crucified nearly Tyco thirty years' probably mortally won put a bunch of dry moss the opening that very same Mr. Shields whose persistent t

years ago, but a living Christ. Christ with a terrible death in prospect, Presently auother one puts his eye. out and set fire to it In a few minutes a and iteration hue and cry of And gather ticks," IBId the aboecle 1

cries out. "I have fought a good fight"Bryon .( of water to look at us. He was near the 'possum came tumbling out through the U dealt kboarder.&eBtbew8.IwoZd@t y
e The two great facts that Paul! laid '' "game hog" out as generouslyto ;
at the of thirty-six wrote'opposite shore, perhaps from fire and old Rover who stood there "
great stress upon in all his teachings age 50 yards his fellow human beings as herein. ] where ticks come from? i
these lines before he died : where we sat. I let him and for him made short of "
were the facts that Christ died and rose just go at waiting work Florida he distributes his bullets and I "I have seen them mentioned In '
"My life is in the sere and yellow leaf. although I scored a palpable hit, did him." the "
buckshot the ; said
again. These were the chief pillars of among unwary brute papers, the Cheerful Idiot,
The frutu and Bowers of love are : kill him.
shall
gone net I always regard that picture of s
the Chrirtian the creation. Methinks that if that alligator 'as from
temple as two pillar coming thewirw.-IndUn-
the ranker, and the .
The worm grief .
The actions
of
It.... a wounded
IV Boas M"i Jachin were the chief pillars at Are mine alone. .r' alligatorare burned 'possum tumbling out throughthe which Mr Shields "gave one in the apoJia JoitrD91.
described vividly, and!with gusto.Mr. flames into the jaws of the dog as onof leeward could life .
the entrance of Khll501omou's temple. optic" come to againhe
1 "The fire that in my bosom burn Shields gives us this lesson iu the the finest thing in the literature of would "wink the other Miss E. X. Quinn, of Baltimore, who
The reurrectioa of Christ was the keyStone Is lone as some vulcanic isle eye.It
torture of reptiles : true it is here literatured Mr. spent the past winter here has decided
as
sport by
No torch is at its blaze. Now I need not that I rat
to the arch ; take that away and lighted I say am very a.select. ,school at West Palm
: tbe wbiJe edifice fell a mass of ruin. A funeral pile." "A 'gator always tell you, unerringly: Shields. from having any intention of classifyingall thessccho Miss Quiun proposes to coadact:

;t '1 i The counsel of God means all-the teach- Last night I read that Col. loge soll whether you have killed or only wound- The same night a great'wlall fin the Northern sportsman who have visited ,here similarly to her private a
t .,-. i ed him. If wounded he plunges and suspecting the explosive charter of the school at Baltimore which I
lags, all the precepts, all the threaten had passed away. He had maay magnificent ,I our land as being driven about by a she was j

",r'-"! ", tags, all the promises of Christianity qualities. It is not for me to say threshes around at a lively! rate for afew strangers who had invaded his wilderness restless spirit of destruction as was IDa forced health.to For discontinue the past oa two account Booths of Hiss her V f

We are to contend for the faith one one word against a man who has left seconds, and sinks out of sight ; but hauut ventured to perch upon a limb by the gadfly. It would be a scandalous Quinn has held the position of Slenog-

-l' delivered to the Mints. Let us see that this world. It is cowardly to attack a i I if killed dead he perfornft about the j above the camp. It was his last perch. libel upon the craft of sportsmen- rmpher-Typewriterlat the Swasaanoa. i

it la the faith once delivered to the dead man. I would rather live and die same series of evolutions turns on his The owl went the way of the plume ship to picture it as made up of lust for Hotel. Asheville. N. C, which poaitkgs r

saints and not the faith of John Calvin as Paul did, with a gorious: tistimony to back and" dies, remaining on top of the birds alligators and'possums. The next blood, such devilish cruelty, such fiend she make will a tour resign of the oa North the scth and last.East aa crt-l s -

the truth and reality of the Christian I water. day "while we were at supper, a large of the death of ideU for
or Job Wesley, or Augustine, or some enjoymeut agonies ting new her winter work;b>to
And he on tell about what happened '''gator raised his bead in the middle of of all
"" Other mere or earthly teacher. religion.advertisement. goes inoffensive creatures as pervades the Pupils ages will be received;

V Paul did sot shun to declare all the when he got himself fairly in the river opposite our tent I sent .a pages of these, Florida "rustlings" Tbe Timid Lover-Yon how t
tits
? actioiu message from 'old reliable and ill .
l eaaaselof God. The great demand of an But you must remember that such old
I "The smoke had cleared instant he lashing the water adage, "Faint heart. never>< woa
scarcely more was .
|Be Jewish Church was for prophets who accounts as this given by Mr. Shiels 01 fall Iad ,
.
would preach smooth things unto the away after my last shot when a third into a form minus an eye." his doings in Florida are those which ,

'gator looked up near us, and instantly -- make the and Mina Second Sea&uD-Ba' I'm ft
people. Balak wanted a man like that strongest impression go
from his record
caught a light fielder in.his left Judging own as given brunette you know.-Lite.Positively .
eye farthest in about
(1 and seat for Balsam and offered him by himself in this account Mr. Shields forming public opinion r
.
r gold and silver and costly things if be that turned him over. We then supposed counted the success of a shooting trip by sportsmen and their character. This is latest style. Blue serge

i would prophesy evil of the children of we had.made it so wanu for them very unfortunate, but it is true. The suits fast color and all wool guaranteed
I the of he is able inflict
amount torture to
that no others would show themselvesfor guild of has often suffered only $Sxo at SsIRKIN'S BAZAAR.
Israel. Abab wanted a man of that sportsmen
his victims and the of
upon sucress a
hind that would not condemn his idol- An :, a while, ,so we started down the fire-fishing trip by the number of fish obliqny which was although unmerited Tomtnj-Papa, what II 1 U time to

E auv. but Elijah could not be bough stream. The Captain and 1 had gone a taken or the pounds they weighed. One : because( an ignoble part was thought to do when the cluck strikes. 1 ? '

Herod wanted a preacher of that kind, little ahead, when Jack who' had not stand for the whole ; and as I have said, Fa
the
night when be was fire-fishing with apartysticking Hia -Time to to dinner
go
,
:
and lost his head. The ecclesiastical another 'gator.' ,I went. back, spears the boasts in print of men who have tIOD. !
with exultation. "We killed over too I TotLiny-Then what is it
and there time to
beads of the Jewish Church wanted sure enough was an old waged a war upon animate nature in our
Ibs. of fish during the two or three hourswe I
Clariat to endorse their formality and in fellojl I! swimming along down11 the creekas woods and along our water courses we do when mamma strikes one?
were out Again, "we returned to
want d sympathy in their religion unconcernedly as though he had I have been so long in taking any measures His Father-To' 1eU.-JeYltJer'
the house about o'clock taken
Cbrte refused and the ecclesiastical e never heard the report of a gun in his 9 having : to put a stop to the killing. As Wet'k1,.
over tiolbs. of fish. This Florida fish.
of the Church TSUN.. life. I waited until he came within the horse is stolen. AX
authorities Jewish erne ing however, really did not amount to you suggest, SQUARE PIANO for sale at a bargain.Instrument .
led him, not the common people. The about fifty feet of me, and then gave much the made we cau do now, however is to make toe In condition. Inquire at
compared with
scores
torrupt Papacy in the days of Luther. him one- in the leeward optic. He turned best of it, and trust that with a better SUN Umu. $olW.
by Mr. Shields which Mr. Shields
evils! will two or three somersaults, and stopped here; administration of native
wanted him to keep quiet on the records with exclamation marks. as hay' our resources Dakota Woman-I know 1 can
of the but he refused and on his back with one forefoot stickingout the waste places once more be made
day, was pctreated. may
lug been made by himself and friends in never stand it, Doctor, to bare that
The Church of England of th of the water. We left_ him there as vocal with the songs of birds; the Wilderness i
i Michigan among them an "afteruoon's'catch tooth pulled
last century opposed Wesley and drove bring results a warning to his kind. may be brightened with the brilliant

)hill out of the chtrch because they "As we were!' 110W thoroughly sated iSolbs.. of fish !I" Again "Total colors at our native plume birds and Dentist ran divorce you tram
"
were angered at his condemnation of with this class pf sport," he concludesthis catch for the day weighed,.alolbs. even the. ugly and nnamiable alligator that tooth, madam, in five tKCorals..
I Again, "They also brought in a fine i
their formality. and will interesting episode, "we returned may greet the eye of the traveler on Dakota \\oman-0b, then, go
of bass the catch i
string making day's
When a minister attacks evil today in home.. jWeFloridians. _. our rivers and our freshwater lakes. ahead,-Ex.Adolph .
I weigh in all,74olbs., aud the grand totalfor
in when he The non resident tax will help to accomplish -
the State, or politics; opposes accused
are freqently a "
the three days 62olbs. Meyers warranted fi So: gaoo ,
bad systems ; when he is fearlessen bring 'em quick. of being indolent and lazy; andwhenyour While we'are in Michigan I may be this end. If in addition to and '3.00 shOe for men and ladies are

any of the great questions of the day iJust '. Si true sportsman from the North permitted to quote an illuminating paragraph exacting a license fee we had the game- money saversv-SIRKIN'S: BAZAAR.
,
every corrupt politician ; every man i came among us in those days he set us from his account of a little excursion tag coupon system to restrict the amount Fuuj-Thej that Faddist has
that sells man that U in try: it. tilled by an individual, that would be
rum ; every a < an example of energy and assiduity and in that State, as given in this become a Christian Scientist and is
bad business humanity tells better still. This Mr. Shields, I hear is
corrupting industry which should have
to
us
pat same book. After having formed the succesafuflv
giving the absent
the minister of Christ to preach the shame. There are only four the president of a league of American treat
twenty night before one of a party which had
I neck and lowly Jesus and not interfere _. hours in a day here in Florida as fur. headed off a deer, driven into the water sportsmen. If there are any membersof ment.

with matters foreign to the gospel. ther North, and the short twilight the league who are ambitious in their YYtuzv-I KQees that's BO. lid
gives by hounds and killed it by a ball in the
'j The whole purpose of Christianity is quick place to a rapidly falling night head as it was swimming for the shore humble way to emulate the extermina- borrowed $50 from me a month ago,

to make good men and women. If the The days are not long enough for the in the morning we went on board the tory peregrinations of their president and whenever I call for it he's oat.-

Church fails to do that it fails iu the activities of sportsmen of the Coquina little steamer Northern Belle to'go to we would do well to charge them double New York Tribune.

shut them out altogether.
price or
stripe. Mr. Shields' book tells us that Cheboygen. Boat done
I ----we.---- building right at home Ie
II his nights were well employed. One "The informed he the most approved
writes
captain us, The and Social Chub.PROGRAM manner good work.
I I I night would be spent in fishing for "that we would probably see plenty of Uterary '.' manship and at living prices :call oa

sharks by means of set lines, hauling ducks, loons. etc., on the trip, so we FOR Copt A. T. Rose. "
JULY 29.
AJQUARANTEED PAINTPAR.IAN them in to butcher in the morning; brought out the 'hunter's pet' rifle and Roll-call, quotations from Tennyson. "What i 111 raised mostly in damp N"
another night in fire-lightiag for deer
enjoyed 'somevery fine sport shooting "
with Criticism of Scott-Miss Potter climates? asked the teacher *
buckshot ; a.tothernight in spear- from the bow of the vessel Several
f PAINTS \ ing fish by firelight Sketch of Kenil worth-Mrs. Sanders "Umbrellas," replied Johnny.-
ducks were. taught the folly of exposing
Selections from Browning-Mrs. Gruber. London Fun.
; themselves to the unerring aim of some

/ Are Guaranteed not to Chalk Crack, Rub Off, Peel nor Blister. Are not But the main purpose: of this expedition of our crack shots. A small diver was No need sending away from home for

Salt Water S and if Wp may judge from the amount killed by an unusually long shot several Six Literary Gtaces- any boats when Capt A. T. Rote CIa
; affected by or a Breezes, are gving better satisfaction of from Miss Willson
Friendship, Byron
.r space given to it, was Jhe alligator on board pronounced the distanceat ; build you one as fine or as cheap u yea
than any ither paint known. It is the coming paint in this State, as it is I quote again : Love from Browning, Miss Moses; want. See him and place your order.
least 2OOds. A wooddnck was cut
r particularly adapted to the climate of Florida. "Presently I saw two lying on a low< Faith front Moore Miss Thomason ;
j down on the wing as he crossed the
Violin For
bank the Hope, from Scott Miss Moffatt ; Truth Sale.
grassy away up creek, sunning channel about 4oyds. away. Several ...
themtlve.and looking like black from Tennjson.Miss Bowers; Charity
great
others were killed as they sat in the A splendid ,violin fifteen yean la ua
logs. I drew back from Shelly Miss Nok,s.
and
EDWARD WILLIAMS again proceed waist, and all while the boat was in in first-class condition can be bought j
The First Love of Sir Walter Scott-
as quietly as possible to a bend in
I : motion, although, a rather remarkablescore for $25.00. Instrument guaranteed.
J the Mrs. Bowers. j
creek that
uld within!
bring me
i Agent for Carrara and Paints, for a morning's shooting with a Address "Violb" care Taoricu. Sex.Segd .
range of them. Tht> heard me before : rifle." Sketch of English School Life-Miss

'- 28 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I reached the pont, however, and I Hindry. ,.

I plunged int the water I st pped But to come back to our own Flori 'a Reading ot Parliamentary Law-Mrs,

$ : -. bind) a iKigubunng pint tree and .. be-j I have not pretended to give. all of the Moses .;. JK SUQ Your Job Work/ ;





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