The Tropical sun
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 Material Information
Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: August 3, 1899
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
lccn - sn 83025639
System ID: UF00075915:00575
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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-, "m ; rr3- 8;J, Laae, cf Pelrari Arrested Ua a 8eCJiftrge j Ofieltl Report of WUat tWCanat;Bond .
p,..i1i II They Collie and Qo. People What the Suna| Men Heard in The A.Budget of Interesting ItJms from Scraps of New About This a&I That
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y.. NO W. .Lively; Local Whirligig.:, r Regular! Correspondent .tad Differed T1aIap.

1 1F es.t 'Tuesday, morning'S. J, Lane' wasbrought _. t-T J1 "ems"..' r :PAiM BUCK; FIA., Aug, I, 1s99. ---.e.-- -t:

F .. A.lIttuit .f hnuil .laststla1trtjntha up from Delray by Deputy A Mirror of Miner Hippentpgs Ae idenu. if 19..CmfaUy Compiled 1- a&4 Coaliaed> to that The meeting of the School Board was K wi7 Motes aa4 lu.a .t fatti sat it

cur. sad cws.ni JUuiai Sheriff L H, Burton and placed in the Coming Eveats. ana _a .1t. Whte1, u' Mos. Jatefes to tile held today. Present, J, w Jackson, Everybody ta General aa* xoba'y''

.Oat ef*-e City; town. jail until the hour set for hearing. _':Galaxy"., '," of Current:. ? Gossip, .,;.' Clttzeas t of Dade Coasts Chairman A., W, Garnett, E. B. King ia lutlulap... ,

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;fq kf, t. t.n: mu."of.' tra1t'.peui answer 'to the" charge of assaulting his Mrs, W. Y. Rushing entertained her DEL8AY POtM S., minutes of) the last meeting were read ,Carl Schrebafck has established acetylene

fI town. daughter ,* friend Miss Lfaaie Kyle.of Hobe Sound *" -_ M and approved, gas 'as the light for the llocertProfit
JIa&III The usual affidavit fw.a$>juade ''and Monday last4 .- v W, G. Code will set out several thoos- Geo. S. Rowley, Supervisor of No. 6 : House.
Mill KaI d Earnest,of I tataaa, passed formal charge preferred:1'gtsday "i";; 4 *-- "> tV .!- t t and pines tht'-year, appeared before the Board and t

,tile 4&118 toft_fdda14. subpoenas issued returnable Wednesday candy pull and social was enjoyedby f. ',W-.' ,D. Sherman was'"at'*.'West Palm on the condition of school lot. reed Rev:S. D. :Pain will preach a Kn m r -
quite a crowd at the home of Ge S. to young men oa "The honest Skepik
.. At. the appointed hour H. B. teachers .
y. L. Teubrook," one of Delray' Beach last Saturday busiaesa, The following .., were appointed
farmers Saunderi-- ippearedvkh his client as Adanis Tuesday tight next. Sunday night at 730 o'clock.
end ucctssful spent -
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.. $evs. Walker and Fletcher are.ex' .
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Wednesday tows! attorney fin |*aej;whjjle .Wrl6Metca1f The Scientific Amerl an.' announce! Prof. C. P, Walker principalWest -
pet<4'to,hold services at.the schoolhouse -Yesterday the schooatr 1cJt1 B"
appeared for the State A Dot1081 that the cabs and street cars of Paris are Palm Beach No. iu. *.
ft Cktrikfiyenagaawiant.e '} pa ? 'I Sunday evenmg., towed by the steamer Lake Ward.
made by the attorney for the defense to *
now lighted with acetylene Mrs.A 1,. Car iD. Neptune.
this gas
;purred 1hidsy Jz! continue the proceedings to a later date Cf B Klce; rf Rice A Taster, Ht forth .Miss S.
a &on i w toeday. ,'I on, account 'of' the inability of -thedaughter. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Congregational North Sunday morning. He will Mass i cages, record vault and other egaipaeat"
I May wing, Delray. 1
made a trip from Neptune Miss Lillie Lane;to be present, Church will meet at Mr. visit a number of Northern and Easternpoints belonging to the County aeit p&raptacr.
R B, King_ Miss.Nettie Jones, Cocoanut Grove, I nalia
to West P..I Beach on his bicycle car, The motion was denied by justice J. E. Sackett' Friday afternoon at 3.o'clock. and return the' latter.part of Sep Mrs. I=Fretfman,Cocoa:t>lnUL. 1

laefciH s ttr the telegraph)Ho'I Gleam whereupon! conference'was had Wednesday was the- occasion of, a tember.J Miss'Ruby:Coats. Boyaton, I Scarcity of building material haitt*

ee F *l k 'IdRc deb ion Wednesday by'the court and,the.attorneys,,and by Methodist picnic on thr ocean beach and Union'Sunday-school was organized( Lemon dt_ (colored. )Mrs.N.Ijicksin tarded to a marked degree Ih* iaprott

p' sr......':.I1 fIl.'for', at tt with old agreement of counsel a continuance was pier. Quite. a large number were Sunday*. afternoon' ., Mr,' Schartnger ,. meats and building supped out tW tM

Z friasda at and near )Melbourne ou'Inf'WIlUwcr had until next Tuesday to'give time to present vial' elected Superintendent.. :Mr, Glad- Cocoonut Grove (colored).A. C,Light.. Summer's program for this ton. Ives s
Judge .Hefsef to act on a petition ofDelray well assistant,' and Mrs..W, D.:Sherman borne. the work on the addition the Royal

U. B most't tunie4*Sanaa night citizens asking him to appoint Monday night's train took Joe :Wil. s cr....tary and treasurer Other teachers be appointed after Poinciana >aa had, tq- be discondaeid

f roar a three week'* visit North, looking commission' to examine Lane on' the Unsondown' to his Hypoluxa farm ,, '" _'.--+s.. --- the eiandnatioalo. : September All the several times b.'ezasa of the dtdtj of
T- after the. interest of his large hardware charge of lunacy. where he' will\ toot after his place for awhile appointments are'subject to"revision.On lumber _' %
This case has aroused great interest as a change of'occupation as drug IwiNculiA KV'M'EIU..s ,' motion'{ fora t
aj>4 ( raUure., bugintta ,. clerk, ....... .. -. "' '-' 250 appropriated! The man who wrote the foUoartef Lea
-'I' :c. from the fact that Lane has repeatedlyand ;. ." ._ rather school .building at Boynton, and the
Jnjge A. B. He}., came up front continually abused and mistreated "Scud" : .jgVeirythln-', g' quiet here_ this, .pact details of the work 'placed ia the hand evidently had experience la the eewa-

)(tABi to Riviera Wednesday morning his family until it has become a public saystTuE SUN" is to say wee1.Capt..;: of the member of that district, paper business; "Send b yw .bsasa .f

la vWt Ids family who are still domiciled scandal;and further by teasoaAf' the "nothin -'bout it.no-how, Wait until C, & Merchant's improved Tbt Superlntendant was requested ta news when they are frtA.. W. doe*t

et'die iatttr point-Judge, Ueynr' oMA special brutality' of this last offense. next week and he wont be here and ways are UP'and his launch Stella Is notify the Supervisor of West Palm, like to publish a birth after the daM .la

,". 'I; The citizens there 'are aroused to that Tgq SUN scribe will ,say just what he h\1..e dp on then for repair. : Beach 'school to have grass planted in wtanec\; a marriage after Use baiaep,

o>: t.=-, 'a wSawday forest n ti'ci"-tpaUgptbattbep; 1eeiarehetoast."not f-- rf1WpA- a'+saatl +eefed. '- .'.t i"R aeurea- on'ibe"wajs e:1: f t mooaaTpjer! nor .a.death". after t e

I tteTOerfo&I cting the.none Pdt : aomeb3ck there". 'IUc-1! .Enc nrag5og,:w or<3 comes from W. G, "'at' ,the !point last"wees: for repairs The following warrants were slssaed widow baa married agaia. .

Poinciana; insane they say he should be cared for; DeBerry to the effect that his'wife,,who aqd,repainting, and got- it and la againin z.T.E. Merrittsalary tats....-'_" ,. u. -
.e addition to'the Royal' if not he should_be punished in such away has been between life "and the wate.' B. King mileage' and per dieiu.....-.. SCO Col. John A. UeD 1Ia_. auaPrt '"
t' wbltb U Udng done unde hi* direct and to'such a'degree that his family hovering A. W. Garnett. mileage and per diem., 4 00 dent and! general counsel ot theP.C.
death for three weeks past is now some from this vicin A,W.Jackson mileage and per: diem 17 00 all
->asststaeat_ I will not_n_ be_ ,living' _:in.-. .constant fear of "u_u..,_,_ .mriiu..:.'- #.air': "_"......_.\..es f or her _''_'''''_JVCI___ Pineapple< shipments D n* 1:. u.OIVA/VUCUU.."".._'" eerv......ea.oa &.k ado& & P. R r., after doing he Cuold to
Lx ViaiMorence Eobinioa is the guest tU.'ir; lives and safety, I' its are about over for the season thougha and Text Book<\JmRllttee..........,.-. 13 50 keep up the gold standard and nub U
iUUr 00.. Williams. She few odd crates will continue to be Item Rfckards services gradingand the McKinley tidal inn of prosperity,
of her Mrs. As the-.case has not yet been passed A large 'gathering of ladies met at OB-
._" ber friend Miss Susie: forwarded for some time ret Test Book Committee.,., ...... IS 50 goes before the railroad eommisslov. J
,I U accompanied by upon judicially TBS SUN refrains tram i Mrs.:George I'otter'slast Friday after
W. W,faria, services on grading aad
Summers, who is' another of Eden's comments on the details of the offense i noon under the auspices of the Ladies' Albert Merchant is clearing and other Text Book Committee.......?....._.... 2 00 with tear-besmirched face afld ells* thea
etoU popalar young ladies. for which he is to be tried next week j Aid Society :of toe Congregational : wise improving property and makingmore 1..F. Merritt nervk-a oa grading and his road can't possibly lu.3 patfaeagmft S

,- B. Knott t the East Coast Lane is now .in jail under agreementof Church: Ice cream, cake: and lemonadewere accommodations, for his chickens Text Book Committee........._. ........ 12 SO less than four matt per folic as4
C. Supt._ T. N. Gautler labor-on school lot and win really Jose at that. Poor
:\'t accompanied ,by his-sec; counsel with the court that bail is not served. .' guineas and "duck.hen he gets; her. money
dole months work Miami 75 03
it System: i two scavenger road. Let's arosfei
man, Usa
,- rtUrf fiited the Palm Beach hotels to, be asked or granted! Fnditi1 *The bade,Coaoty5tiite Baal is now Word has been received from Milton Z T Merrittpuatage......_.........-,.. 3 00 hat and poor see if we cant get past epasuScketJonatiou
his menfo col1d lion.
until Wednesdaymoraiag inquiry as to Dean BrOIl palilitation financial report -
4from 88847 morning fully and the Dicks who left lie for Ormond some .. ...... .. to keep *vta out of the
.. properly incorporated, ia May and Jana...*. .. ... 400 | : retnruiBgtaS. Augustine, -- --. ---- Comptroller of State having issued letters week or two ago that he had continued The Board adjourned to- meet at I .-Gulf Coast Breeze.,

K M. Brtlaford and bU i mother Mrs: The Literary. and. .Social Club, patent 'last 'weeks in pursuance of the on to Georgia and was now enlisted as Miami immediately. after the exami S.. a -'

p. It, BreLfard.were .among the depart notice of incorporation as recently published a musician in the U. S. Army nation. .: *

elm oa Monday's train hound to* PROGRAM FOR AUGUST 3. in THE'SUN, The officers are E. The steamer Lake Worth schooner .. Eat Before... Reth1.;

Xcuia,-Ohio, and other places' :where ''Ro1t- ,,'I. quotations horn Browning. N, Dimick, president ; U. D. Hendrick- Emily B. and a lighter the two'latter in New Poll Tax Law. Here is good duce-to thin
they have friends! their, native State, Sketch of Browning-MisslIi1 dry. soil, vice-president ; Geo. I,.. Branning tow of the,former, passed down the ..

----'-. i Love, Story of Robert and Elizabeth cashier;.W. H, Scitzer.. assistant cas Lake Snndav.. with the. Conntv Seat The following is a very important law who want 9.to__get___fat_,_.says___ 0 Pestvaa'1Weekly. ,_ _h
Ii in town on a. ------ ----- 10 au oat
Ed. C. Miller pros- Mrs Gruber. hier. II.KCUU cusiraiy
Browning ,
i .,.. bound for Miami by the canal route. enacted at the recent session of.the Legislature
.. pestiag trip, having rented his Okeecho- Poem by Browning Miss'Bower ----- --- early training but is fall of good cuss

ar bee farm for the reason. He reports Selection! from .Jngersoll-:-Mrs, urn. Incident of Ku-Kux Days. The Sharpie "Jna," 'J. M. and F. A. "Au act: relating to the collection of mon sense,'and comes from a prwnbtBt

*m?tttiag W being ins thriving condila. ham, .. Sox Rowley on board went out of the inlet I physicka. His snggestioBS are as bt
for taxes
and poll
trop; the ncJgbborfiooti': ol f Indian Discussion led by Mrs. Anthony.Club Written lor Tae Taop: last' Saturday bound for Elliott's Key accounting" I lows:
in this State.
'fowLto ___ Life-Mrs. Moses. The old time darkey antebellumdays after a load of slips and just in time to "If yon are thin and want to pat flesh
it enacted the Legislation of
; is fast passing out and away where run into Saturday night's storm but ";He by upon your bones eat before going to

4 Janet Caraell, the well known jell .-- f'de good, niggers, go.1! ;1 When' the they weathered it safely 'arriving at the State of Florida : bed for the .night Physiology teaches
s of Onnond is making his Liquor Licenses Granted; = writer a lad back in 'the' Old Section I. That from and after the .
manufacturer: was North Miami Sunday at 2:30 p. m., and after a us that there is wasting away of burrs
aaiual visit to the Bay Biscay Country. State he frequently used to listen to short stop proceeded to their destina: passage of this act it shall be the dutyof while a person sleeps aa well as wba
t Mr. Cornell rUited Pitts Island Thurs 'At the Tuesday session of the County "UnclePeter'who; was pneof those tion. .the tax collector of every county of he is awake and this being an then!

v day, the guest of his old time friends!1 1Mr. Commissioners. the license of Geo Zapf I old-timt niggers rehearse; to the boys ._. i* this State to file on or before the tenth should be continuous ttouruh&iect. Fwd

n4 Mrs. N. W. Pitts.. and' J. C. Lanther of West Palm Beach the stories of his youth. day of every .month with the County taken at diuner or in the &arly evening
-t _" were granted, while that of W, N. Woodswas The Age of an Oyster. School Board certified list of the namesof
Thjs one I recall distinctly : It was is always digested at the time of rvtuing,
Mrs. John B. Beach lact"children., and rejected because of a protesting just after' \he.close of our civil war, It is just as easy to tell the age of an all persons whose poll taxes were paid and the activity of the process df aisles*

lira. Bacon left >for Jacksonville last petition signed by forty-five citizens of Uncle Peter' said, during those squally oyster by ,looking its shell as it is to during the previous month iviug the ilaiio'n continue II.UlIoaI after w. we
will visit for a Miami precinct The application, of for which such payments were made.:
Tb.r day where they Kn-Klux days. when every nigger was ascertain the age of a horse by exatnin year asleep.
four others were laid over until next of this list shall also be filed with
Short time and then proceed to Gains- warned to 'walk the chalk" and keep lug its teeth 6r a tree by inspecting the A copy "If the tissues are not aovruhtd theyare
tfllei Ca., where they will pass thegreater meeting because of the applicants having about his vine and the County Commissioners a receipt
own fig tree. Uncle circles revealed by the ax or saw when pulled down by the wasting pfocf,
part of theSommer. failed publish the.notice as required Peter it seems, was accused ef stealing it is laid low. When an oyster is six from the County Treasurer for the and as a result .aleepleuMtt ..*...*, fl

r by'- law. ,tea. chickens, and--- the-- "White.. -'-- Tan-..,..*." had -at.., mon the o ld. *.'. 'is ._.. t U'5..: G"MAM" d'_...A... w\.*..AM.u amount collected as such poll taxes. It Oa a full stomach, ._ hoverer. or .tth ;
SUM passed two or three days shall be the duty of the School Board to
; 1'n nun I r--n------ and were eagerly watching one year; old it will cover a silver half some food to sustain the sjiuan, there
veA at Program Loyal Temperance Legion, least twice each the
examine at
TerjpleasentljrUst year
duly to apply a little of that dollar and when two years old, will be is a building ap of the tisue.!
;k tat TIle County officer are installed -'. t SUNDAY, AUG.. 6.Song. healing balsam used in thos days as an about the circumference of a silver books and record of the tax collector Man is the only creature I kwon */
turalng the work that relate the collection of poll
and which .to
antidote against all.petty larceny. One dollar. who does not deem it proper ta.sleep
ccuamlaied while thef >iaf '.'packing taxes and said board shall require prompt
moonlight eight as the devil would The oyster unlike the crab, is not on a goud meal. Tie infant/ta tafe
aDd moving, -ell"llthar'"which has \Prayer ., ,, have it, the White Cap track of him settlement for all poll taxes assessed together cries total
Scripture Lesson, got obliged to seek new quarters or build a respect instinctively to at
b them at their new stand. with those not assessed but col
poured cm Song. a in a neighboring chicken-roost, and a new house every time he grows appre. night, showing that food is BCJMMry
if ,, hot chase ensued. Uncle Peter said he lected. that time well the
Reading. __ _" ciably. 'The extensions that he puts on during as aa throh
-""Y"! striking 'illustration of the railroad 'Solo.. ? "jes bared his head befo,de Lord au' i his house are clearly marked by a well "Any tax collector or member of a day and that left too tag wistowt It

., Ia politics comes from the dissension-. Chalk Talk."Doxology. t -' done Some clean rannin','* but the I defined ring.Oysters County School Board who shall neglectto causes a discomfort which U tasked
Kn-Klux were pressing enclose behind comply with the provisions of this act known crying.'
racked state of Kentwckey,, (In a public are esteemed to be at their by
Circnltt theL.* ;. & N.: railroad has announced .a him, all on horses so he decided the best when between four and five years shall be suspended from office. "There is no need of rest in the dt .

hi i ten'ion to fight the electionof s Wanted,! healthiest thing .for him to do, under of age and. the planters endeavor .to "Section 2.. It shall be the duty of the gestive organs, provided the quantity cI

} Coebel, the democratic nominee for ... the circumstances, was to sneak under protect their beds for that length of county superintendent of public instruction food eaten is not above normal daring

Goebel Is a man. of the A good strong clarinet or cornet a little house that appeared by the road I time. Conscientious oyster men-that acting as secretary of the County the uenty-fvwr hours Tee long later
governor. effectivily fought corpor.tton just ahead of him. Which thing he did, I II is, men who are not inclined to kill the i School Boarh to make and forward val between mel are -lad for tha
and has so player who is either a painter and sign. .
people aggression ,that the railroad writer, a baker or a carpenter correspond .I but in the excitement left one of his feet goose that lays the golden egg-always monthly a certified copy of the monthlylists stomach from the fact Bt Ibe ctatt

to defeat his nomination willendeavor "with s H. HAPPERS&T. I sticking out. When the White Caps return to the bed oysters that are too of persons who have paid their poll Ion and resumption of work of tM

s failing to turn the state over to the Sec'y, Lake Worth Band, came up they of course easily discov- young,bnt in case a patriarch is brought taxes mentioned in Section I of this act, digestive organs tends to eafecbie theK

f Tile politics pf a railroad' West Palm Beach Fla. eref them, grabbing up, over whose shell the tides of from. to the State superintendent of public instruction "A moderate working of the "IAN

S ,ItpsblicaaK in powert.How.- him by that unlucky foot; said "Conic, 'I'eight to twelve winters and summers who shall file and preserve the through the twenty-foar hoar b /aneA
control the party .
U to : of Florida do not have > t *.a -- i come out from under this house, now have ebbed and flowed he is sent to same in his office as a p4rt of the public more beneficial I woald adtb thctt

.. tfCl',\he people, to see the dirty hand ,A splendid violin fifteen years in use yon,' black scamp, 'P*, 'i I-I aiu'tunder'here market where he is put at the bottomof records, and furnish copies thereof suffering from i isoraaia to take lose

ta TO to railroad Kentucky on the throat of the in first-class condition,*can hi bought t ," said 'Uncle Peter. And the heap and sold with his younger I when requested by citizens of this thing to eat before going to skip lwijl.

r* the Co ny TimespetnocraU for*?f.25.001. Instrument guaranteed. yon jest ought .to heerd 'cm yell, be and more luscious companions.-Pear- State. A glass of milk aa l bread, or aa/def*

( dominant part,,-Levy. Address .'.Violin," are Taoycu. SUN, says..sez he.. J. C. H. 1 son's Weekly. I "Approved Jnne. 1899." tible food will 40." ,
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.XttO ,Of:THE._TAGAL03.. of was tbePhQippioes.en tmaisgajsed He attack d ew ocphe.frlan pictures of THE BALT10BI- TIILORS.ABEAFRANER .' ,,-...,. V '" : -r7._ ;

'f-, ,. 'their lives and:'performances that were k'.SON. .. .
unmistakable;, ._ \
/ The book waa' published _in Belgium JlANAcas'! 0'Y' :Staub- t
Ktaa_Arcfeard. Coaner's'Tn'buteJose. : o: .
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in 1836 bat it,quickly"made way
:/ to_Dr. e";"Rial.ni. : I to:: the- Philippines, where, it' made a The Three Friends: .. ,.. -' .

tremendous eensation.'.As to Its literary :
; Tailoring .Company. SuItVu: ?
merit, reports:Ire.ntl. dicWrJ. One ., ..... '
YMmHOI,. ,. or-m. PHIITa1tPPIAE&ae tide, repreacnta it as a work of..dazzlinggenina. f _
., A Jesuit father, on the 'other 'SUITS: AM PASTS UJQE t& ; --f' '
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B \er-. ";; A,1I 'a'.1 style the scholarly padre lJ 0 ......Cer_ht''to' Iteath"fcr th.psatarda. .. style of hii"novel, it made bia native Specialty. the quality and appearance of-hI. Stationery.A .*
hold him he ","., ,
land too hot to when ; -- 't
came back to:. Manila In 18.87.: and he FIT 'MB WOBKyAXSHIP 6WHAITEED. -> ;o:* :- And in very truth t it does proclaim'hit bus x i

t NAlIa 1.-In PII, the midst of the found it expedient' to gn to Hongkong WEST PALM BEACH, :Ft>Y,< tG.W.I0NER mess- !|ire is no .... ;
Xa1 and stay,not.on. the,order of his going. *& as a neat fitting and stylish suit- ofclothes : !
chiMnenseadine88 '"
hteeupency, the weakness,'the At Hongkong he organized the Philip- A r
ilia tIediettvetlea sod Ell' I Iorden proclaims th9.man thus '
work religions of
pine league to against ., IA favor payist'ases
_lItln4 on;every hand'among: the for of the ? : ." '
4 and independence ,: .. 140 Ir sat psaka of what
amiss. nation around Manila* ,'a islands, an idea which by this time bad : '',- < fa tM wadrwba Best Is do.' '. I ;
'style'cbaxacter; standa. out :by con t taken shape in hia mind. In 1883 he It will,,,If It Is i .. of lat witeh wteh .: 511' ,
fro brilliant and noble, &S0N. f price pcp
: ; V
tesat so s&ong. returned to Europe .and wrote .hia e
.. :
tbftt it &oat command the enthusiasticadalntioBof j[second novel. "'Ih 'Filibuster;a Sequel furnished you by' : !: bare bleD ks4.ts tat eQ MIl # 'l

mankind.' t .- tn Mnli Me Tangnre." At the same T..1.A_M A_ i years. sad art Ita. aii std tit 4 .t.. -i j .i
Joss &1&a11a the one heroic figure in time he began :writing.a history of the jewelers\ ami puwans! '" ..:. j' f.
tttt poor Tagalo historyHe was Philippine Wanda.The .- the righ kind of a house nice '. 1
present a ap t
Calam-1 I
the of ;
l..set8tl.: at Tillage
former '
fathers who were bia t Qii
'-,, :eome 80 miles ,from Manila. ,A teachers speak regretfully this period i Watches, Clocks Jewelry; [ .'.. f ". E pearance and make_ good impression, which' 11 J Jr
,. Bird tfila me Riulwi.. of 'mixed in Eizal'a life.: They,cast the blame of Musical Goods, Strings, etc -,\
__'CUMtt 'a&d Tftgato blood. Mestiao- it all on hIs residence and travels in : would' Dot be the case It'yo '"used shoddj 81gif j

:r.QJao.'u, I' Uncalled' here. The Mae!! Europe. "In Europe," one of the Stationery Ink Blank Books

tito-Qtinos, are the ones Who lead the padres told 'me. "he associated with paper that was poorly printed. ?pioneer, 20 your old wtafU', i I
t Kim at Insurrection. Agninaldo. ia
I Protestants and Lutherans and S '
NeWS DEPOT Now 'while. speaking of houses that areA
'TajtaloQiineee.A people, and thus became unsettled in .' :* "--:!" f.
rich Spaniard who baa been here his principles" I find in'a church rec- DAILY PAPERS.. .. : "'right," we must not fall to mention.The Price'$40 j
vends this to .
far a generation message ord of him that the Freemason are > -'
tiM jU&eriean people'leU the AmerMsot !- his mind with inde- Fine Je 4
blamed for filling Watch 1 BleIrJ.ReD airiai .
to let the Chineee and Tagaloa pendent and revolutionary sentiments T sari 'JOU'I' esperieace baa Mf

the writer thus at .one clever stroke IN ALL BRANCHES, .taprtt PiOTtitt makers bow to ; 1
I giving'a black eyeio both Freemasonry -- build the bj.t tri eia oa earthcbeapegtaaa

,. I and republicanism: Se&oo8! Block, West t Pita hank, aaroaa ebe, as4 > ..
At toy rate the poor Tagalo bowed that f
.. they-ar dun Jut
down to Blsal living as to a god and -
the of him dead ,as : CALL AND SSX MAJlIUU. 15 |
worship memory
f' Clematis Avenue' Yropical I I
He .W e+*far i car ;
that of a blessed saint and martyr. .*
was bf their own race and to them the. ." ... ,. BICYCLE E08PITAI j
finest flower it ever bad produced or Supply Store-:; ,
could produce. Indeed he was a* character -, GEO. 5. ADAMS, -

i to call out the enthusiastic admiration -::-West Palm Beach Florida t -' j Sun.
white 'LUUL Oaring, fi<< 'J
of.even a.
r gifted and generous he had withal an J. D. MATHIS Fiopmtor?.- fat

executive and organizing power that (SaccctMr+ Brw, .. 14k.ry..6 Gnat,C.) WiidM r
would have done credit to a statesman 1 I ,
of Europe or' America. Night or day My Motto" Ult-'IS"ltM! tad1 Small FrofitC. : \. r Which enjoys. a well merited i reputation for j r
his! services oculist [ /, A' &d to Supply '
too. as or Bakery Goods and ': furnishing high-grade work. THE SUN has fHU ,
were ready for the poor free of charge ) with '
and he waa ever as generous aa if he Family Groceries ".' the best equipped Job Office along the East you

bad been a millionaire instead of a .My Specialty.Goods W Ms at U* Mm
.... .
poor revolutionist earning his own live Coast, and is better prepared now 'than' ever '

ing." .. ...r? _* delivered__ ___free__ to any part ._ ___ _. Fresh,Pu'ka'. i j
\ At length ne ventured back.to Manila. oi the pry or across the Lake. before w> iae'. all the'rcgairementa 01 the: --- ;

WS.JOB situ never ceasing his revolt against AU Orders Given Prompt ittestiea. Beef, ". i :
n, teUnaairy Keep then apart cr there corrupt government and boss rule, The Goods First-Claws and Fresh, Highest trade in that line i Poultry '
.irtfl be trenbla" I foond afterward friara' ring on, ita part never'ceased '. prices paid for country produce. .4 *

lr'" tkat tbe gentleman himself U married working either, and --their object was Buy of the and I will nave you mosey 6-109: Work : Eggs. : ,
: tot Tagafc-Chinew WQiaao: thereforebeoofbttoknow. his downfall They ,still remembered High-grade '
"Noli Me Tangere." Finally, in 1893. i iI
I Native Keats a speelalt
Is the'-klnd THE SUN does '
One account J'have rend says Dr they obtained a government decree ,
Ifoal waa of pare Tagab parentage. It banishing him from Manila to Dapitan.In Geo. S. Hacker & Son Your Patronage Solicited.
the island of Mindanao He could #
k sot probable. Tbe/yea certainly
I the shape of. the head ia 'Ta i have escaped at any time! and gone to and the only kind. We have found' through a aa Market on Banyan Street ,

falo. white the DOM and the fine spirit Europe or: America and been alive and IMS WEST PALM BEACH.Sttitt.
ed Hpraaion of the face',he'strong prosperous today, but refused! to do \ an experience extending over a number of #
He laane t "tx"o- -rk t .
so. ,
{ .
Mot somewhere. "
of Bpafii&h blood :
still ,to free,! that it pays to "d o'thtstot' when'yoa
sible- worktng plannias1 years
from infancy the, Philippine, leader ealoay ..,...,..- ---L, "- i 1 M ,D. Gtlwirty
__." and t.rtn'tbowed nl iot"ftTquuringKncwI tnarTelooi mem4x7 *-. rneumortanate feature of the case :-',.;.:_ once get a customer he will etiekknowing I ,
.. wa;, however; that the Tagaloa exceed. I West Palm Beech Fkn&
;&.t HU memory was phenonvevai ed his instructions and the that what i done for him will be'done RIGHT, ,
A Jeenit father told we tfyt Rizaloac precipitated I '
,.14! to him! "Whatever inforaation revolution before it was! ripe. A secret t :
and in a manner that 'will bee both pleasing Authorized Capital. ItO ,OOO,
fr. knowledge comes before my deputation of natives from Manila visited .

weed once, that my memory lays bold him in his exile and told him of a and attractive .' Paid Up Capital V5.0M. ; tl

.cf and atom away. Tbeie it keeps tte projected ruing. ,. *
"Do not do it." be said. "You are VF.
totter is the 'storeroom of my brain. MANUFACTURERS OF OFFICEUJ
; Whea I want 'any fact. I simply call not strong enough. Wait wait till all IJ
brothers have been and And that's the ;' .*. DI.'CK, Prfs/rfeur
our won over
It Wt of toy memory and nw it. He Doors, Sash, I
.was adjusted at the Doiyenity of Ma- we have arms and force large enoughto < U.D.HENDRICKSOX, rWPrcaAtac. 1 J

;. 'al1&. .After leafing the university the annihilate our enemies atone blow." ;Blinds, MouldingsAND BED. L. BKAHHIHB.; Cashier ,
,,_il1.s heart ,and eagerly :Acquisitive They did not take thi, excellent advice. Cheapest after"-all." .
-- Office Hours From g a.to.to a p. a.Colleetfeki .

Building Material, 6HeralBankJ gBaslllH TrHYOlM

-" C CHARLESTON, S.C. t Even though you might be able, to send elsewhere promptly Kmlttod oa day of "11
,, l- receipt. Dratu bought; tad sold oa \H "rto*
Kz. Largest Factory South. elpal eitl.u GI the ... i
t y Send for Prices. for your Stationery and*late. possibly patted& 4-S TO'DOKOGHUE

I a few cents on an order amounting to several
1 ..
: }- -
--. dollars, ,remember that :time is consumed and ,: 1

delays occasioned in doing so, and that if
THE' ALL 'MUHD t 'j;
1A mistakes should occur;.you will have: more or '
c.' '

less trouble in getting them rectified. PlOTOWI i -:
.. ,, .An.; Has come to stay in West Palm
...,.-. The Sun Guarantees r
-- ---'-"- Beach, and is now fully prepared ,

advertisementin I do work his '
Satisfaction gratify patrons. ,
e C e
aDd within bin! impelled him to go toXarope however, But it is to be recorded and
an leaning poaaibla in the profession be of the Philippines..opposed the in- .. .
bad choeen-that of medicine! But he surrection. THE ready at all times and under all circumstancesto WEST PALM BEACH.
added abaitodiea in art. languages and Meanwhile the friars ever alert got 'SUN
wind of the revolution obtained fulfill its contracts to the letter. It yon I s
philosophy, co that the proficiency be as Hey .
obtained in each made hiin'a master in so. much other information through
; '
satisfied with work have -
.. are not
them all A Spanish sketch of his life theXonfesaionai A Tagalo woman told will may '
nay of him at tots time. The char- the story in confession: to the curate of gotten elsewhere and wuh change in the
acteristta cf Rizal was his constancy Tondo. The friars roused the Spanish ,
aid .it affection! for his at6diee." In government authorities at Manila and bring results style or grade of your Stationery, !
: Madrid, ia Paris, in London in GerauBjr the untimely movement had aa its only }i

.. Austria and finally in Belgium immediate result the putting to deathof y ;
.be-teamed and thought and dreamed. Rizal. the idol of the natives and the Send in a trial order :!
Be waa author artist,' linguist philosopher one wiae counselor who had advised and will SUBSCRIBEFOR j .
and physician all in one. In bill against it. The friars and the government for anything need .
feofcwioa tiv oculist' specialty particularly held him responsible for it, however you may ,
attracted him. and here he be- t and a decree was issued ordering bring 'em quick. .
MUM remarkably skillful him to be brought to Manila and shot .
.At tale point too. the good Jesuit Rizal had a ladylove the daughter _.. in the office or counting room-Letter Heads, 'fI'
ndrea, whose pride be bad of an English officer, to whom ., j
been began he was :-t, ; Statements
Just it. Note Heads : Tags, Envelopes
Oo disapprove of him. Be learned more tenderly attached. Through all his .

.. than science and languages during the wanderings and perila she had accompanied -,' ', Card, Bill Heads Bills of Lading, Counter THE SUN. .
yetft h, spent in Europa. He lived him devoted to him as passion- ;
here from 1882: to 1837.' He learned ately as he.to her. The attachment wait a 'Pads, Circulars, Dodgers, Hand Bills, Pam .
what liberty of thought and enjoyment t faithful enough and- romantic enoughto .. oJ' .
then ire for the citizen of a country be classed as one of the great loves ': : phlets, or in fact anything that yon may want ... .J, '...c; ,' .J
'even comparatively free. He looked on of history. The day before his death r"uk: '. '
< fee daskUag attainments modern civi Rizal requested her to marry him legally in the line of PR1NTING- :( .

Iteattoa among the people of Europe. that she might bear the sorrowful f '.
sad like the stab of a knife went prestige cf his! name when he should be
-hroogh him the of no more with her. She
fcT- thought own igsata'deapise& consented and
poverty stricken ser the marriage service was performed by Brelsford I And we 4
Ttif Tagalo people at home. He never one of.the Jesuit fathers. Bros \ a
'I< ,been done oat of their property by the Luneta. the favorite pleasure drive of Real Estate and Insurance 3 please you."surer WHEN it in Old Jacksonville be anre and via* ,
tilts finch thoughts a* these brooded Manila. Dec 80 is observed each year your with Friend who will svrpritt
"sad': elmmered in his impressionable aa a memorial day among' his fellow PALM BEACH FLA, .... you Bareaiaa in
foal till they forced for themselves an eonntrymen. So periabed in the flower Dry Goods, Clothing and .
ottkt Bice tiered them In his fa- of his age and powers the Washington Notary Public. Cottages to Rent Gents' Fatnlahinga. '

PWM novel with the Latin title, "Noli of toe Philippine Islands. r IWf.lHi! BiiIUItDt.North of ., D. SINGER Manager, j
V >* Euz 6-1-D7 1'uJuciaLtt UoitO. II Bridge Street Krar .
fUfGrt": ( ToBci He ,Kvt"l It c Ascsaao CairlraaYSi 11-.. a Bay J
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"'-""-'" ,. -""'' {' SPIOM I >.". 'i.... :: I yy : ,ProprietorPalm lathushek, Pkiw*_" ff.o:
J.b' "' 11GeJ4..: '
.: : t =
Are Piano With Naaa }
D..isas: "Y f : ; .... a -,,

.-.Ousegf jthe ,cnrioo3 articles sacredly -' :<:, <'.' 'Y .'.. ..it.: ''_;.,,-. : -Pf&fi/kA'.iinnfs That Have A ITV ftAAA VBBIWW Al| :::
untied in the,holy home of the temple ': ; -Beach. second to aose. They IN the = 1

== = = of the.Scottitll Bite Freemasonry in1Vjahington : ,' ; : ; 3 : kind that Uve tood be test of_ J :, ;
= r ..- tM official residence of the ;:
B R'I G'W Tn time and have satisfied the mot
,nutiw: :i 41. tm&d cemniander, lathe book of_gold. ; 1-"f..c" ,<-.t2N-'."' .."' ,-,' Drug critical magician la
Tae holy boose is now being enlarged to every way
F B w -. #'- '- .. .more.than twice ita original else and this Store. They Are Not jL'

.", _.?._ tdak.,faes.i, ;i > fict'reviTei' interest in this ponderous : jf --
old style that have beea :
pianos .
Tfca ol the Indiana Horn volume of peculiar binding, locked f" -
For I 4feeM Odd Fellow tad Orphans .wish a bear gold ,dasp. There, ia but SPARKLING' art R ya l[Poteip Piwoy rented for years aDd then offer r,
and that ia always the "
VM bid it Greensburg recently with cjhnroprUU one key possession : I ed as"great bargains, nor ate I; "
the commander mostsecret
,' bonding UUS of grand i
'wwnonlM. The; they "cheap.Jow-gnde"pluos r ; .
;records of:the doings of the an.preme
fcet froa front to rear.and J78 Jtrom.ufto .
council and the recommendations -DEALESBIS- made to sell"., half price. {L
t. cad.0,The building.will
knoB bear fee center of 1 40 acre tract and nominations between its oLtheTgrand commander .,- Every Piano Is New ,
are coven. "
The aledcottafsu' tun oo wakfa of 1ST the acre home and will was be gives ait .n..t tar Taamber"of rteogiiiaed lodges These are the expressions Drugs, Toilet Articles and every pan Is made ia the ,f 01fhiehluguarall'eelh.'I'.I :

BT the dtiseaa of Greensborg tad Dec-..J -In the.. German empire, b DOW- -413.. .- .. Mathubek Factory
.i **-r P..t' p. :i \ the united grand lodge if Englandduring I" ,1;
e which can be heard 'on, all Fine: and i
"189* warranted 41 lodge" Of : Stationery last &lifetime. .
this number 14 are in or near London, 19 .
I la the provta s..4 in India. 1 In Fiji andS Why Take Cbaneee "

Ti ., U the TrlnavulMeaoirj .- sides concerning, the news Druggist Sundries on cheap pianos when the Old ,.. l _

J. Ii npjpjffch.; Through me and and Reliable Mathothek cu be i
by me. not for me. la the creed of its disciples. columns of ____ PrescriptionaCarefnllj CompoundedEast bought prices aDd terns to .
Grand Master PowualI of New < #f
.r Y<
Grand Secretary.Enters of New Tort o' :,':. : .', WEST PALM !BtytCH, 6-KMM. 15,000 Mathoshek Pianos ia -
reports a net gain of 2,700 members to the South. "You Should HaT .
New York jurisdiction last'year; pros One" :;:
ffoso nu.o1re'IIOMi.'cRiosBCs ;t D..c ent membership 83,1801 ": Chinese Genuine Mathnshek Piano J
tar county u a:bonus for locating thee The ritual of the Royal Order of Scot. 'THEl ; Laundry {i'r f
betltntba ire Ureeaabd'g: the:corporattra land'is'founded upotftEetlue;'degteesE. ._ i I are only) sold bj .' I l

hoondaryl. viB betexteoded beyond A,' F'i;4" andlb[.. iL-r4r .the 8t. WO LtlDDEX &BATE 8.M.H. I' :
.> the home, thus giving the children the John''Masonry, u it is called in Scotland KEE. Proprietor. Fred Hiha Manager .
fceaefiUoftlw public acbooU of,Greens ;i' 'r
,4The 29 East Bay St, JacksoaTille, file .. ,
3 tore. The building will accommodate Knights Template of Ohio will .. .......... .. ..... JOe ; 'f
.*S' oat 800 persons aDd will cost $50,000.: have 1, 00 members at the triennial conclave S"irteOpeaFroat......... .-... 2 for 25e<< 1, !. <
L' >. The expenses of the institution' be 'to be held at Louisville in-August. W.l ara..._........__..-. ....._........2 eCaJrit p t
....bj the individual' member throughMS JOOL _' ,:..................:..._...............k To Rent by the HOST or Day ;
the mate each Odd Fellow bdntf uattrie4 TROPIcAL LadIeII' .._._.. ..
The Texas Masonic Widows and Orphans ; 83trt WaIiita.; .....15fo
f .StftDuudeaehcDau. ter of home is nearly completed and will OH&Y flEW BICYCLES IK TOn
Babekah 12 teats a
,yearThe .
be ready for occupancy July.L The endowment
r *, -toaadatloa' the Ulnoemta Odd fund to maintain the home b FIRST-CLASS WORK GUA.RANTEED. Next Door North Tropical Sea Block

Fe&nrs home at Northfield Is laid and bout $140,000, and the grand lodge appropriates "" Banyan Street WEST PALM BEACH. W. R. MITCHELL,
tikt walls are well befoa. The eornerIlom half ita revenues to the home. M Proprietor
C; .. was laid .June 1 Mrs. P. W. Biggins of Missouri, who j
.W. 0. L. Jewett "now.paad'marterel died about two months since bequeathed
I lUawwri and IS. M. Sloan grand aecra- 410,0001 to the Masonic home of that

I... tar'CaUfomU/. state to be known U the Biggins. En SUN r=
r:- Bebekah assembly decided dowment fund. .- gnst'ALWAYS.Ever 3. 1899.
7;_ to emt a spedel.memorial food to bedeleted ... :
to the erection of a hospital, In KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. in the Lead !I...

CMttcetioB with the orphanaca. e FIRST... -
.r Crud Secretary Nicholson of Penoiyltaal "Talons Sew Xember at He4B.4Te e AS USUAL. ;
thinks the loss of uembenhip in .-MUM Tips. ? We are first to l Introduce a desirable thing; others may and
rbiUdeiphi b doe to the fioaiidal coi d> Grand Chancellor Comings of Illinois The OLDEST and BEST do follow. That is flattering as well as complimentary to our
too *C &betemple. which seems to hate hat
es- found much good to result from the good judgment.
*.' a depressing etCtoa the lodge.., granting of dispensations to accent members .. . ..... .'-- _.. -
!f BOOM k>d of Lodi villa recently pre- at a reduced fee. the'reduction in newspaper published in the k:=e niddleton's Silver Coffee I

pasted medals to three bf its members thia case being to 110. in accordance It to Bat Jgrade ars Coffee... ..... -----._ ,., -55*.m."Subscribe .
i' via hart been icdrt in the order for with the grand statutes of the domain. A Premium Cheek with e enr poi teed. -
t- lION thai 'aJ'a century.I3.eport. .. Be recently issued a dispensation for all County: Each week they lliddletoa'a Silver Tea.A Premllllll It Is of eiqalalte Cheek savor;K RMl .. .,. .,
f from the state at the last meet-, the lodges in Cook,county to, take memo MlddletOB's Silver BaklA.-Powder-the Royal ereq eta t paekap.'a tt .ee,alb.
".. lei ol the Ukaoori grand lodge abow the beta la at this rate.-Knight's Sword and Premium Cheek with every pound
facreaM of membership to be over 2300. Helmet. contain The premium are beautiful and are.>a exhibition U the store ready lor yow
New Brunswick .' choosing. GIvea to yon Free for the checks. These goods are cot cheap goods
The Bebekaha state deputy
stair no
aaaembJy of Inc not high quality particular people who know real valMt
,' liana Instituted U lodges last year and and does not Indulge in the luxury of a 0
i'i' ku a tool of 463 lodges b food stand grand tribunal L. W. BURKHARDT M G CCfCL
ing. There were over 000 delegates at .lJbertJlodge of Columbus Junction Is ,
',' the recent sesatoa la Indianapolis. one of the most prosperous in Iowa. It All the Hews > Store'Phone No.a. Residence 'Phone No.3. .:- '
The grand lodge of.Caitoraia'w! ; ,de- recently dedicated a fine castle hall, which :
CUM to condone the home at ita present cost exclusive of the tot263.: and is -. ..'
..., TbernuOito. ,A strong effort was paid for, and also hu paraphernalia rained ) .-..
} .... to dole the home and remove it at $500. :' -

fimt be pnecat location. The endowment rank paid oat nearly that IS News : .
**1 M M MM 1300,000 for the first quarter of 1809 for .

UNITED WORKMEN. death benefits involving the adjustment ..
of 143 deaths. 4
t- ,
ilmIstaat te4.. U tie' Pklli*. The purpose and aim of the endow- 0, .
......WW".... Ckl... ment rank Js to furnish PJthiau,with -
value Workmen.eerrinf to the army life insurance at cost This It la doing -onl31.tfro '"W.Palm for The '

'. id t&e t'1Iup piae Islands recently met tops and; is paying out over fl.000.OOQ:.a. ,Jear. Sun.

!i' "sf and er s.nIxed's proriaional lodge immediate vicinity ------. --. ------ --- ... :
Beaqh :
-- -
for wtoal protection and ,care of each MODERN. WOODMEN.Hvstler AI
the: *. It was found there were 350 .
erriaf la'Ue'army'at Manila While Batt.* a Poyalar BatMesa...
but from all
hot a chartered lodge, they have their Cki.. PT.. tit Las rile. : points 01
regular meetings, collect does and do all Since April 1803. when the "hustler

ta* fraternal work,of the order. button" was first In force, Head Consul note the Lake 'and, .
A number of grand lodges are giving Northcbtt has awarded 4&i9 buttons to i
:. ....... to members for bringing in new members who have secured the adoption THE BARMAN
I* appUcatlo&a. and It b pleasing to note the of fire new members during one month. the railroad thus makingit ReUSE ,
progress that they are making. The hustler button ia the most honored Is now open for Winter Travel.
emblem in the society.
Grand... may plan and u far asta BEST OF ACCOMMODATIONS. BEST
The parade at the head meeting
taetr power may execute but unless easily
they have the cooperation and assistance at Kansas City, notwithstanding rain r-Each.: la ConnccUoa.
af tat members their planning however wan an hour and a half passing ft given i Rates Reasonable. Short Distance from the Depot. .

visa, and their eoru.1 however eners point Address Mrs. S. E. EARMAN, WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.
de. --- -
laeceaient of the rde:. : for the ensuing two years except .

The grand lodge of New York at its two. Frank R. Croker of Iowa succeed The Leading Family Newspaper
test session made It the duty of the IL E. Erret as head bank and G. & THE
Grand Muter Workman to revoke the Jenkins was elected head escort to succeed TRAVELERS
to charters of all lodges not making their 1,'. B.,Van Slyke., ,
returns by the 20th of the month. The young man who loves his mothet NEW MANAGEMENT
Mbaoorl Workmen use discussing the and u.thoughtful for her future will of Dade My
advisability of establishing a farm home hue his life insured for her benefit. FELIX GARCIA, Prop. Jacksonville, Fla.

lot Indigent members and their wirei 'The death list for May was DOt'quite ,

sad widows and orphans ol deceased u'heavy u.for'March and April. yet Electric Lights Electric Bells, Maths, Complete Service.
s It was above the normal being ores *
heel .... 1330,000. The Best $2.00 per day Hotel in Florida.Tak .
THE SUN. is welcome
Taeooa tribe o( Terre haute, lad, reports Jfaeeabeea. Already a' car: at the Union ttepot and ask Conductor to stop at Travelen., >-t9eGIiEf4

a gala of 45 members during the The last report of the Maccabee mem ..
peasant terms The three other' Tern1ta.1e bership'up to M 17 ahow.'that the-aggregate visitor to
tribes have added largely to'their reaches 3GO.G56, divided aa follows nearly ev-

.. BMBbenbip.ia : Supreme tent. 17Z039'great amt
Tvaneasee no elected or appointed for Michigan. 7&&U3; supreme hive. 48 home in this section
caktcaa be raised np until he 1s able te CM; great hire for Michigan. 43,443; ery GDEAtER ST Ofi1YIiil.
repeat la a dear and aattsfactory man atate hive for New York. 16,757. ,

Swr>t e the rajalng ap chief all of the Los Angeles tent Ia'the second tent Is and its attractive
work of Ida chieftaincy In kindling and the order in point of membership! watt many -: IN 5,...
neachlng the council fire and In the ear 1.085 in good standing. .

..., of adoption.J. The establishment of a ""labor ba features are bringing new Staple and Fancy Grocerics-
P. Turner division the uniform teau" by the Maccabees of Buffalo 1s I ,
rank el Ohio was recently! organised
move in the right direction. The great
gab 80 charter members bulk 'of ,the Maccabee membership it recruits to its ranks each all Food
Grain and
Theft art 1203 members of the ordel made up of those who are dependentupon Supplies.
ta Maryland.Escvrioa. their daily labor for support. week. .
rates have been secured Great Commander Anderson of Missouri --CCOUNTRY ---
from all points ot New England te recently marshaled the Maccabet
'" Washington next September during the workers St Louis into one solid phalanx PRODUCE

k stay cl the great council of the United and the result was 343 Initiation Always Fresh Kept la SttcL
tried Judicious.Advertisers
: 0 State In one evening. The same plan was .
t in Minneapolis and 280 applications wen : Your Patronage Solicited. -i
E: .rat AHaa. received. '.-
t The next aesaioa of the supreme coondl In Ohio ) '
t-- will be held la Montreal May lOOOl 22.GCO There knights are 34.2G9.and 11.000 Maccabees ladies. 4-14 West palm Qeaob f1a.4

tad this wilt be the first time tor Canada .
i to be so honored.Tb April was the banner month In the history ... .. .A .a A..A A .... .A. .A.A A. ... .. Ala. .&
rank. Its record was .
of the uniform YY.W9WYV.V .YVWVW.
supreme eoondl repealed the
six new divisions located at Port Huron f
, ? for eompalaorjr sick benefits; leaving thii Mich.; WU Pa.; Chicago Berlin.
Batter optional with subordinate coaneertJflcatea -' N. H.; Omaha and Duluth and witha NAECISSUS STREET.j .
Realize this
hence the free
;. total increase in membership' of 201 ,
after Ang. 1 will be
Benefit members.

it;: "leased" .000 ta ft amounts yean instead of 1000.of fl$2.000, OO and and i .-. .-._t..r: ue which they make of its j THECORNER MY SPECIALTIES. :

.J 13,000. aa heretofore. There were,1,891 deaths in the order

Of.: Tht Bojal Arcanum order .I*:-a .fra 1,m 1808 aa against 2.214 In 1837. but the colums FANCY FAMILY GROCERIES.
and its
Is the
t ternal one and its members meet in rate per 1.000 members same. increasing t: CALIFORNIA
lodge and colthat the social aide of The last death roll shows six deaths
their enterprise u well aa look after ita from Kentucky. Every month the widows FANCY TEAS AND COFFEES.
I and orphan receive from 10.000 to popularity as an advertising s
Inwrance $25,000: from this noble order. x GROCERY FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
.... ., ...aJaai.: There has been paid $63.781.855 to medium. IN SEASON.
P The Bona ot Benjamin widows and orphans .inee the order was
compoaed of the Jewiabeoph instituted 26 years ago. .
= (neiaty of the United States, I The order Is growing steadily In Massachasetu. NEW STORE, HEW GOODS COURTEOUS TREATMEXT

Death t beaefita amounting.1't.OOQ, : Twenty-firs new members wen Boarding Reasonable Rat S.

.. will hereafter be paid direct to the added last month. Free Both Sides of the Lake.
Vfcto and not to hoe legal representa The actual cost to member who Join I MRS. JAS. McCANN is prepared accommodate boarders at her Prompt Delivery

tea ed the order the first that day time it 40 wu organ of well known boarding house on Clematis Ate. close to F E.C.Ry. depotCiu.
I'w faao4 Lery of NetsYork Is mud lied and was at J. F. OLIVER Proprietor
u4 A. 6ilventeli. New YeA.i age ban, been for the almost, 28 yean ,
I wee' 1640 for $'.',000 protection. : OH BIB von R.1UIDD Boon -.u
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THE TROPICAL he opinion that bad the vote on .PRO BONO PUBUCO. AARDWARE $

SUN. i tbi question been side-tracked nntil E' GRU BER ,j !S3! i

i.- PIueerPpetg4 IadeCoutit), Fkffida.TBOP1CAL .. : Editor TRpriciL Scs: I
alter the election of a United States ,
: SCX PUBLISHING COMPANY Apropof of tbe pmposal to shell 1 I
> Senator in 1897 it would never have CROCKEYand
4 CUT L M ETC ALP.tUBUSXEO 2nlToLl the County road, and l lest Madam .
been'elite have out for the
to won i
Willnrd's verdict apply to '08.thst
e i CVERV THURSDAY railroads would have poured ont FURNITURE.i

*WIlT PALM BIACH,DAD( COUNTY, FLORIDA. "one who having an id<& and fails to 'V .
money I like water to have defeated it

j. IUISCRIPTlOIt PRICE. J2.00 A YEAR. just as they( did in behalf their give it to his neighbor is a defrauder .- ---. All Kinds of .oat Goods..StovM j
t to the extent of its Fpecin'c.< value
I ZItttd&tthCO6tOffiCeofWeMpa1m&ach ,Seuato/ial, candidate, W. Chipley.: S ., ,TU wire,Door,Sak*..lust's1 ,
t. we venture a few words in regard to
: As it was, even Chipley himself and ., tackle' 3eo4n.Gatollac .
I u Kcoiid clan matter. said road. \ ; All Kinds of Fishing and portIng .
corporationbireJing' in the .
every l$tow\ ,
THURSDAY. AUGUST 3, 189U. One who appreciate* rapid transit :' Stove Blue Flame Kerwww: p rtluM ...k...
= sad HarrLaoa Bm. lewiy .
Glauware Lamp Uatern ..
Legislature save two voted with tbeJlroplt"a ..
and ploughs his way behind a creeping abM&a Order Give 1',.." .1,........ ItHTLKADING .
for the Railroad
l representatives .
:, NEXT MONDAY DADK'B COUNTY horse five or six miles of the I
Coromirwion Law, -
CommUsioucra meet to revise the road ,be if r
present ;ru'ght pardoned rf
;How manifestly unfair as well as BUSINESS FIRMS
aneeafflent r61to. Any tax-payer in -disgust he.demand 'a solid roadbed
untrue i is the comment above. "their

interested in what comes under this only duty, aR they look at it.. sto_ anywhere. : : Whose Cards Appear in .this Paper, AGUARANTI3EDPAINTPARIAN l'

heading might find it to I his intem Blood counts for'nothltifif: in horseflesh
S draw their salaries, when one con Classified Alphabetically. ,
to be in attorney this road all must follow
present! person, of by 8iders-the volume of work: 'accomplished on ;i .
or agent. the samesnail's pace. But' before PAINTSAre
as shown by" their reports, ARCHITECT: 1
*. the road ia made it is well dit.
as !
to secure the accumulation of data T, D Brown, West Palm Beach

I THE cuss its advantage and Guaranteed Chalk Crack Rub Off Peel Blister.. Are not .
POWER OF PUBLIC OPINION as and reliable fi urC8.whereupon to pro con.I saBANK1NG not to nor

made known by and through the base the successful fight they propose When completed at a more .or less :' affected by Salt Water or Sea Breezes, tad. are Kiting better t4isbcti J
c- .
t press, was never more forcibly manifested towage in fcebu'f ol the producers outlay of time and money, we have Dade County State Bank West, Palm BeachBARBERS than any other paint known. It is the coming paint ia this State. as It .is "

I than in the case of the recent a monotomoua road bounded on I
and shippers'of the State. particularly adapted to the climate of Florida.

resignation! of Secretary of War Al- Please rememberllrother, Prevatt, either side by scrub beyond,which I" :

t ger. Ezecntixe favoritism had to I our vision may not go. Wed re say .
that the'enactment of the law two Win Schandt West Palm Beach '

Rire .ay to'the pres ure. years ago carried with it no constitutional that he who makes the trip.' for Jlilo Cooper West Palm Beach EDWARD 'WILLIAMS J
t off .
pleasure shut from lake breeze Is.1iiLcI4r.. ,

I provision enabling them to ....1 ___0-1:_._ _ai, .1... ._..k __ _. .. ......- .
uuti truiiteuutiig wuu (lie etruu WUb ; Alent for Carrara tad Parlaa PsJdU. -
THE Bus TAKES SPECIAL PLEASUREIn enforce their findings. At the _last 1
quito, will ecarrelj oare to repeat the Gee S Adams,West Palm BeachW .
culling tie attention of the property election the people of Florida authorized West Palm Beach
nipihave,{C favorable idea'of the R Mitchell 28 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,
owner of Lakefront land northof their representatives to in ;
County from the Ho lrOl1ndA.
town, as well as that of all property empower the Commission with the away BOTTLING'WORKS:

owner in Dada, to the excellent necessary authority and it was.done C Castellano. Miami. .. -' .". ,
The value of good: Toads in the development '
communication in another column of only a few months past How .well .$1BUILDING LEGAL NOTICES. PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
i ia ratio
of country w!in the
tbU page in regard to the public it was done the outcome of litigation SUEPLIES: __ _

under will tell. Mean- i of one hundred to one. If every cross: Chas Welshans Jacksonville j'j'v
road proposed for that 8eC iun. :already way NOTIC2 FOR.PUBLICATXON.DEPARTMENT I. JI
and by-road of Dadl'q oulty was Geo S Hacker & Son. Charleston S C. \ 'TOALF. .
while Commiseion has been
Good roads well! located, and good busy ,
Knelled it would make i it a paradise.But S.. op TBE IHTCKIOB.)
cbooU properly equipped and conducted collecting:: munitions: if war with LAUD OFFICE: AT GAISEMVILLE..,J- ATTORNEr. AT. LAW. ,
as there is a limit to time and CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS: July 24. 1899.) NOTARY fVILIC. .
are ttIIieutial'to the permanent which to successfully conduct and Notice Is hereby liveD that the following .
their thepeople's money,and mistakes made are costly i Franklin Sheen West Palm BeachDENTISTS named settler has filed notice of hU Intention to Will practice tbsatj,61st.sail Federal I j
prosperity of any community. operate campaign for. make final proof ia support of hlscUi-n. and Court. f
is it riot'wtllto consider
to rectify IS. that Mid proof will be made before Jno. B.leilly LAND CASE A ITXC1AI.TY. f
t Thla la the old -war cry" of THE Sex, relief. the advantages of this road ,U. S.CominUsiontr at JapUer, Fla.,oa Officela TiorrAL sea Blod, < -
and it in pleased .to see taxpaeraberomicJr But the greatest mistake of 811'i8in superior : Sept.90 1P9'J> via: Wm Palm Beach 1'"
interested. the conclusion of the Record's if made upon the Lake shore now, D A Thomason West Palm Beach Rasmui Martin Sparuath of Stuart. (14,., I IL

before expensive and permanent improvements LT, ,Daniel, Cocoa Hd. JJ91g.fwthe N."of N.W.J(.Stc.10.Tp.JSS. LUX St. CLAIUABUAMS.JiCXSOHTItUt
: .*, comment itself when it says that ., K.41 E. \ :
have been made bpon S.. Henawea the toflowiugwitnetaes to prove hit
when the next Legislature meets roll tlll_ residence and cultivation, of ; ,
TCCSDAY WAS Till OCCASION' Of the priva grounds in fart before it is DRUGGISTS upon of ATTDRlEr-AT.UW.
; : said land.*ix: W.H. Smith Sewalls Posat.11a.LSImmonsofSmuart.
will be and this
the law repealed
first official seseionof County Officers late to foundations for the Dimick West Palm Beach FIa.iLC.OLea. FUL
too lay E H of Stuart Fla. Robert Mcl'ber.-on,of Stuart
of officials
useless; set are Practice !a aU the Ctrrwlt Cawta,Ut l'ederaL
at the new County Seat of the Great attractiveness and future prosperity S.. Fia.
to their hotmV Truly this lea i W.G.ROBINSON. Register.
State of Dude The County Comtniaaiouera may of this lW on. : DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING: 7-27. 149.98. -

I met in their official capacity case of the""wish being father, to ;"No' man liveth tohimsel' l',"- and Tho'mason & Brown West Palm Beach FOR PUBLICATION, 1

the thought, but even then the wishis Mrs J Frank, West aim Beach NOTICE
and tt t to made road & BUOUHB
range uy, H Lak) Worth is fast becoming Mecca bnick Wtht Palm Beach pOPE .
I as vain as vanity itself. The CarISch DEPABTIIENT OP THE ISTERIOR!
'I appropriation for North Dade. for the American Continent: As a _., ,LAUD OFFICE AT GAL EIIVlLLE. FLA..V ATTORNEYS-.1T.LAW 1 1s
Record and all the other papers that July U. 1899.) ,
I' Verily, there Boemt to be hope on the friend in the North remarked to then
Notice is hereby given that the following
find it bark the
their at
boriion. Tie new era must havetgtin. pleasure w.t.... ,;. "Tho.o nnlv rtrua. .Tr1/iPi.; : -- named settler has filed notice of intention. to ?:Ac tTt1.a. Ft*. :
an, S tat'i no tPIflJ J&IV flfl flAla make final Drool in of hticllm.and
heels of the Commission, now teat it Wm A Bears& Co, Jacksonville. rapport I
.. fbi! say I THE Bex bets and thousands will visit it In the that said proof will be made before loo.. B.
i in known that they propose to makea -' Little Bros, Reiily U.S. Commissioner at Jupiter lla,on -
peanuts to popcorn that one.road in near future for every one ,who does "55 Sept 9 1899 vii:
to the finish \\PI1 -
North Dade will be built whether or fight may just 8S today. William H. Smith of Sewalls Point Fla., [JC.HOOD.M.DsPHYSICIAN
come to the conclusion now "as later FIRE INSURANCE Hi 2345" for the SW. 5f oIS.E. 3.Sec 19
DO. \fe menu the one :rom Neptune that the people of Florida are tired The shell drive of New Orleans) has Brelsford Broi, Palm Beach W. Hot N.E. J( (III' Lots 2)) and N. E )(01 N. AID SUICLOI. w ;

toward*, or in the vicinity of, the .>f opprefbiou and imposition. If l ken one of its chief attractuj'tl8' for Wallace R Moses, West Palm BeachFURNITURE W.He K,names See.32 the 39.following 38 S.. R.witnesses 43 B. to prove his Offle sad ResiOeae Mar Royal ............

.: coutinuous resid. nee upon and cultivation of Hotel.PAUl BUl'n.
owned Chairman
orange ) by : and drive the Lakefront s 11T. ""
the law now in force be weak, it will dirty years a op said land, vii: Hann C. Ol!.en. of Stuart Fla.'
i of the Dc\ rd. That road in! a foregone i from West Palm Beach to Juno, : K,Simmons of Stuart Fla.; R. M Spamtb.;ofStuurt .
t be strengthened session by 8PBiionj; .Fla.; Titus Htrt of Kobe Sound. Fla.
j conclusion, even if all Neptune if possible (and, wepretumeit is now D,E Cooper Mfg Co, Jacksonville! 727 W.C. ROBINSON. IlqUtcr. D.BBOWN -
if it be inoperative, it will be snlisti- .

weN avem !-which. Ijb ia not. tuted by something W 1..a-.f"'t'-P': 1aji4 J J ii% fir",oii J r8I9it.hta :: i-ii 'CRAiN--AND<< S. SEEDS: V OTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ARCHITECT AND lUlU" .
cItizen of Late \Thth41itlita 1.: -
I. mOM strihft'Pot oil tb
...-.- U'a......_ i --be recreant or incompetent self propelling ferry boat,), would LAND OFFICE AT GAJSESVIU.E FLA.> II/bblal.ork If'd prompt cttrntiu a|.
either 1000011..per here and without one of the greatest attractions .5SHARDWARE July n. iSs ) pOI Datura fUicei. TI
it: will be replaced; hut certain it is prove Notice is hereby given that the following
nutira'of r.ny kind .from. the Boardto that could .be offered:to ,the public. : named settler has filed notice of liLt inteation t 0
that Florida will h.ivea Commission .) B.PO1'flflMD.LBs
M Grnber West Palm Beach make final proof in support of his claim lad ,
TBX Sex) the Dade County School Liwaud a Board of Commissionersto Many tourist would enjoy a drive E. that said proof will be made before Jno. B.
Reilly. U.8. Commissioner at Jupiter Fla. osSept. :
Board met Tuesday "to confer with enforce it. who do not carp to sail, and what is 'S.HOTELS' .90 1899.via: 8-28-98 PALM BEACH. Pf.a

the ritizmH of this town anent our I more exhilerating :'than a ride on : Elias Simmons, of Stuart, fla.

school affairs," go we are informedon I horse or wheel' or in vehicle the i The Barman House, West Palm Beach Id. 12198. for the Lot i (or E. X of N. E. J() See. XT 8. BUItMIAM, )1. I).
up Mrs McCann West Palm Beach 7 and Lot) (or W.M oJN.W.ji)Sec.8.Tp.JS S.. .

the Me. We don't know just IS BESSS WITH THE PEOPLE? beautiful L ke' front, with. its fine The Travelers James Jacksonville R.He 41 E.names the following. witnesses to prove his SURCION AND PHniCIAK,

how badly they did want to meet view of the Inlet always an objective continuous residence upon and cultivation of
The con ent? of the governor i is a -'S.- said land,via: W. H.Smith of SewMls f'oiut. Eye GIld tar : ..ci1ist.S .
thrm or bow badly they felt over point. .la.; R. H. Sparvath. of Stuart. Fla.. H. C.
fundamental principal of.this govern JEWELERS: Olsen, of Stuart, Fla.; Walter Kitching. of Office at Resldencc-galtain C.ttai..
their failure to give notice The value of this *
road to West
proper Beach. Stuart Fla. ..to"
and West Palm
ment, no man can long continue Idner& Son
4 bat we surmise they felt "awfully l'alm Beach alone would justify tbat 7-37 Register.
to lie a leaner who does not follow -"' A.TIIOASON.U. 8.

cut op, doncherknow" for their min- the people: sr.ysthe GainwvilleSun. community in learitig its entire cost. LAUNDRYVo : NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. D. !

Otffl uy they instructed their Super- The _It would,prove a Hefting to all the DEPAKTUKNT OP TaX IXTEEIOK. Office: CoraerCtaaalU A'..art Otto IL.
influence and )
power, unparalleled .. \ Kee. West Palm Beach LAUD OrricB AT GAISESVILLB, Faa,,>
.' jrUor to plant grass on the school popularity of the Hon. W. J. adjacent country ana, make at. tbat July 14,1899' WEST'AUlIIUII. FLA. 4
S.' AU kinds of uodira knows .. ,...
lot (which the citizens of this town Bryan i is due to the fact that be is a which is now a wilderness 'a succession Notice if hereby given that the following Gold cimra Oratbtrv awl brid;;v-wuik a tIpror4llSioa. ,
named settler has filed notice of his intention tu .
recently enclosed for them.) Yes, to of beautiful gardens. "Pro Bono LAWYERS: make final proof in support of his ela I1I. a d 8lJe alty. Teeth extracttJ witJwst pala.
true of the
representative people. W Metcalf West Palm Beach hat said proof will be made before Jno B. Office How: .to u a. ..awl t(041"u
have been moved to do anything for His record is without blemish and Publieo" is as old aa the Brst republic Frank W Pope,Jacksonville Leilly, U.S Commissioner at Jupiter' Fla,on 10.31.98

West Palm Beath'ft school premises his public utterances carry conviction and, with those who build wisely Ales: St Clair-Abraias;Jacksonville Sect HANS 9189. vii C.:OLSEN, of Stuart Fla., 1\

however little or however much 'with them. The people have fur the future, adhered to aa unswervingly -_.,._- Rd.He 2 names u8 for the the N.following R. See.witnesses 90 Tp.J5 S.to R.prove 41B I DANIEL, I

Dwded, they must: have felt worse I lieeu ledt() believe! that he would today as when first uttered. 'MEAT MARKETS: his continuous residence upon and cultivation '-4.
I.f said land. vU B. Simmons of Stuart Fla.
than most people could Imagine, rather lie right than to be Modern Paris, the now_model city of A B Otwell West Palm Beach Curd Schroeder.of stuart. Fla.; Walter Kitehug .
... preeidt 'I of Stuart Fla.; W. H. Smith.of Sewalls
'nt. the world for beauty !and symmetry, Will Whidden, Point, Fla. 1XDIAX RlVKBrUKlUA.MMSWALLACE

NAY, NAY, BROTHER PREVAIL. Self-constituted leaders a who insidiously -I i ims spared .neil her the sacred, an- __..5SMUSIC 7-27 W.G.ROBINSON, Register.

seek to overthrow Mr. Bryan t'que, historic or beautiful to complete HOUSE: R. MOSES, :'
the editor of
II the DeL nd
mid the he maintiann its curves and lines; thus recognizing Ludden &. Bates' M H, JacksonvilleNOTARIES TO DEBTORS AND CRED-.
Record fell into the unfortunate principals are NOTICE Succeuor to A. W. ,...,', i
the _
but preparing the way fur their own no man' 'sq REAL ESTATE AND IHSU8AKCI I
plough of error it was H hey he penned Notice b herebj given that all persons ha,.
entombment. They are butting theii" predilections weich, an atom in importance PUBLIC: Agent for West Pain Beach To..1.o4a" .!_ !.
lag demand against the Estate of JanuaC.
.Utorlalliued that any
the. read MS follows West PaIne Beach Water WurU. ,
bonds against a stone wall. against the ,demands, ,of W R Moses, West Palm Beach KICRley, deceased, are hereby notified to NOTARY PL'BLIU .:

: the public and |osterity. Guy I Metcalf, West Palm BeachNURSERY present themto the underslxned.duly anthen- Clematis Avenue,Bear Ollrt Str,rt. !'
The democratic ,
The newspapers of the State are people of Florida tiea ted,within the time prescribed by law,or 5-21.97 weiss l-al. Beach, DorUa.FRANKUN ;:
If the
beginning to make. some tiolent attacks want a candidate for governoi whose: Commissioners were compelled I' this notice will be pleaded In bar of recovery 1\\

uptm the railroad cociuii.sionof record i w unimpe-ajhable: .who will be to purchase every foot of STOCK: And all person owinglaid estate are required 8HEXN. GKa 0. BUTUCft.OHEKN ,I

this State. The commission may acceptable to every honest, consistent right of way it would still be a paying John B Beach, West Palm 5eachPHOTOGRAPHER to make Immediate payment to me. &: 1 JUT LEU. .1
be neglming their duUes, but there .
is one thing they do not forget, and democrot. investment for the County! but 'sq Executor ot the EKtate SURVEYORS AND-
that is to draw that $12axJ out of If what. correspondent of the Gate we venture the assertion that the : otJaineitC. Kinsley.Ve Ifi/ttf
the State treasury and cram it down \ t Palm Beach Fla. Office at West r1a leach '. .,
in their pockets. The politicians City Chronicle says is true Mr. J. D. public spirited citizens of. the WestSide J B O'Donoghue, West Palm BeachPHYSICIANS Thin twenty-nlxth day of JaD.ary.A.D. Lands legally IIIb-dlYd sad"II'. fir
: nUthed. l
eo Selecting-and radln..nth.Hurat.
who tuccceded in having that office Beggs, of Orlando, who has gubernatorial will save the tax-payers thisexpt'nse. -. ., 1899 L.d99Subscribe lug and estimating timber a pcUHr. eu..
mated had an rye more to the pub It is claimed that the ful and correct> work luna tM>l. AUroB.luunlcatlom .
lic crib than to the interests of either &>pit a tion.4, \\ill not be nomi AND SURGEONS: by mall receive prompt attmt.tlon. .

tbe people or the railroad Irob- nated. A Bryan Democrat in the, present road will benefit the ridge R B Potter West Palm.. Beach .. WEST Maui tad PALM Bin BEACH hints at FLA.Lowest llTWQEOBQB fri.tea. ,

ably about their only duty, as they Sanford Chronicle : lands] ; aside from being only one- II C Hood .
__ look at it, is to draw their salaries. says mile N S Burnham" '" "
:j It is unfortunate that they must continue Your endorsement of J. D. Beggs quarter nearer, it would be in 8. ADAMS

to do so until the. Legislature for test Governor1 this State; appearing every respect a detriment as all depends si ,

hen the law will in last week's" Chronicle, PINEAPPLE PLANTS:
Bierts. be repealed the point of view. .
and Una useless set of officials must not go unchallenged a single upon for THE SUN Deputy! Supreme Commander
are Matthams West"Palm Beach
mOlnenf. Again it i is it would .I G C -
sent Lack to their homes. "Od! Oiangt is not "a urged encoure KNIGHTS OF THE KACCABEIS

f. nn__ t" for ,.,. _R.-O"_ "_ nlt1. (\ "."TA.. ._.._.....L_.. Tnt,. _'hL' PH .. A. _. .
1'011'1'f and all To or o'A x/v v tnu&. :; tiiiuttuuers. 11 is a mucnsimplermatter rot tat irate O/"OtidL
. ; rung, wrong. and Orange County of today is

start with 'the newspapers of theState" soundly Democratic after the nun-1 to guard the front of your RETAIL GROCERS: Will Ijwtltute Tent.a>;wber.U th.Slits 'r

of ner and de laration ot the Chicago house than the back'of your orchard. L W Bnrkhardt West Palm Beach For Information addimwUEOBGE8.ADAUK
you as making
platform and its peerless leader J F Oliver, West Palm Beach .
"violent attacks upon the railroad \Vrn. J. Bryan.E5seitblly These are minor point*, and but for I J D Maihis, West Palm Beach R-l-99 W.t Palm Beach Florid

fotnmihfiou" are almost to a man and proverbially so, fairness; not worth mentioning.The Glen G. Strohm.. West Palm Beach

the name ones who fought the I't-Itnh. Mr. rfcggs; i is of neither k ud. He is question is so vital a one, --- GEO. H. MALTBY
a single: gold standard Democrat
: liebmeut of that conimixoion or of he was at .Ocala in 1896, lire all we have faith to believe that the SHOE REPAIRING: .

any institution that might promiieHief his influence was exerted, along progressive" ntlemeu who now W R Mitchell, West Palm Beach -DEALER INHousehold ScbautU Proprietor.

to the irum the with John Hartriilgi and others to compose the County Commissioners .5.- ( Formerly at Hotel
people grasping keep the State out of the free silver Royal PoI.dlaL'Only

trnunporlntiou lines. roiainn and in line with' the power. will give the matter their careful consideration STEAMBOATS AND MACHINERY: OffIce Furniture

Asain.it was not the "politicians ful trusts' interests, then and now uniU! render a decision! : Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co, White Barber tu the Town.

who anomiled in having that office in the State. Witness a little later, that will win_the, plaudits of a grateful Jacksonville '
at Chicago, the pitiable silence of Palm Kcack. Florida.
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'abated." It was simply a case of Florida's unlnstracted delegates andsee pu lie. .

force recognition# of a demand ou the quality of Mr, Beggs' IV- Mi: H. I50KBI8. TAIL9RING: Funeral SuppliesA

mocracy. Why, even within the Abe Safranek & Son, West Palm BeachTRANSPORTATION BAB1SEU SHOP
the part of the people an advocated last few weeks, Mr, Beggs has been CITY ,
handful in Sanford A splendid violin, fifteen years in use --- SPECIALTY.
ty a of un-bought, freethinking quietly discrediting Mr. .

ne'l'pai'f'rti.Aud etc. Think yon "Old Orange" can $25.00 Instrument guaranteed. Ocean S S Co, Jacksonville !
right here we are fi.ee to t'Jprl't he "a unit" for such West Palm Beach Fla.
a man? I Address "Violin,"' care TROPICAL Sex F E CRy, Jacksonville ...? 6.9.tf .IIILO eoorza, rrep1rS

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*: : ,WAGES REDUCED.* ? jtr :. 1 I Just over my bed in the canvas ceiling A DAINTY .CQVER.T A WOMAN'S IDEAL
1 II"MrI.
i a mother cat is rearing a healthy litter Be deed Over Colored Material
Low.". Cot Price la ofBar the Price Iroa of Labor.Cavaea .tie, cf kittens. She got in there through For a Baby'a PlIUw. Blenkins laid dorm her tot. :;.

he3I'k some of the many holes in the walla The Designer illustrates a charmingcover with a deep ugh. Ta here of tht' ""

-1tA ,Republican:- Congressman'sEEPEESIHT. i lVJ Isintereas'luk tjj the liiifl1iptnnl.MJ: tKhrcro'a&Udfctjull 4
jStirt g'Admiis1 = '/ J. !:$att.of .the Manufacturers'. uwcutioa It of Philippines' Capital \!the touch of the soiled hands of theE pillow and gives the following information splendid romante fcur No wes s f
i 1. ws derided that the d.x-lir la tbe price of bur E ages apparently. The one Manilese idea abort making'it: der his friend cite rag away will t; .

., ; iron day of warranted SO cents a a reduction too In the dunng.waje'*tie of putUkn next SO: of i cleaning up appears to be to polish Materials: One yard of fine India him. Any woman would bart found !i i

OT PEOPLE.' and 'ol 4 per cent la. the sager of Huiabett.. TH; PROCESS OF EEQE5EEATI05.tffcat !i; the floors every flay with kerosene. To linen, one spool of No. 50 thread anti Impossible to resbt Urn. H* via *t ;;

... ,.TRUSTS,# Pros Dispatch trow f Tonugstown, a I.,see this done is a circus in itself. By a two skeins of white Caspian Eves The unlike Jack. poor Jwk WM M dr4 -

S The gold .KtandanlUU are constantly reversal what ancient bankers eon- tatted wheel which is inserted u made fully prosaic. Ho saver eves toamlti

VcIU the BaefleUrfe of ProtectionTkat endeavoring to make the wage work American Oeeupatloa I* DoingFor I,, cider the order of nature: the. superior with two threads: thus: Ten long picots Be was too pUegmtta for aster.

ers believe that they are Better off than, masculine sex does the housework here. separated by 2 d s, elope, tie and cut
the Bepablleau Party !watt.Theft ti.e' Once Sleepy and Oasavery; At least that was the way Mra. Wear!
-:l.etr.ee1oo.-Troth That theJUKJalernoau ever because no matter how' much Needed. After your Tagalo housemaid gets! his thread. Around this make a row of ten ibu put It to herself Of eoum Jicl
Old Sanitary
prices fall; wages have been kept up. City- dishes washed he takes a foolish little rings and chains alternating the ring
Crowd. of PatriotWt : Natural Re :.. wu fond of her. She knew that fa*
They ought to know that their wages Marvelous areea brush made of hemp fiber and lightly{ of 3d8.P. 8 d sjcin to a p of the -
Uellabwflepfeaentatlve fectly well But his a&ctiOB took Ul
.' must be paid out of the prices receivedfor the Archipelago.. /"i4" skims over the floors with the same.That ring 3 d a. p, 8 d s, and the chain of 4 I,,
form of 'HIrI
placid coattntsfeat *
George. Prince ofGala the product of their labor. If those YIIL done, be folds up some coarse d s, 3 p separated by 2 d s. 44a. Make ''

+ilurg* lib.. Is said 'to have "ex- prices tall, the employer is bound to recoup MANILA, May 8.-The fact that even ,.cloths, two of them in long rectangles.He eight of the wheels. to bliss.b* amiable, a .kk &lai doatstU

pl/ldoo boiab'Vaf: the dinner of thefiliuoto'Manufacturers'"association In some way lIe would be a pours tbe kerosene in and through Make the clover leaf of three rings !
under the unspeakable conditions with'regud Fate had clearly treated Scteia El**.
at strange man indeed if he would see the them saturating them. Then he mounts each of 7 d a, 7 p separated by ]Ids. 7 i

the'flreat Nortfiem'hotel re :entI1. The price of s.hat he has to sell dropping to sanitation that have prevailed them, setting a bare foot upon each d s. and the rings are joined to each i tins ba.d111u unhicj a wonua of has
,In We for more than three centuries and literally skates back and forth temperament to s\.ch a eta u Jatfc ,
assumption teems ito Le hat the: trust lower and, lower without trying : other by the first p Make 16 of the
most some manner( to save himself from Manila is dill an ordinarily 'along the boards of the worm eaten leaves. II III She felt herself etttrly throws sway
muriates the manufacturers,.
of whom ,are or concerned In combines! cf :I loss. If he cannot reduce wages. be healthy city speaks up more eloquentlythan floor.: As an amusement to tbe actor in I Mark a circle on the linen the size upon Jack IU was only fit tat t&! '

one'sort or',another; were coined by' will endeavor to reduce his working anytbing else can do in; favor of,.the scene it is as good as roller skating desired (this one is 18 inches), then I ordinary woman.
his' time.If Ad an entertainment to the uninitiated Mrs. Bletklm revert WM 10 4.*S
tlwj Gk sbarg statesman's boiafa .But. force or put men on short the natur Balnfeionsneua of the site
,. is to the that she did not bear tu shoal of W
he cannot do cither effectually he spectator it equal performance
IbgxiblicaiT politicians may eoncluuethat and climate. The beautiful bay of Manila
a much must close his establishment, for unless of a trained monkey. latchkey The first IntlaitUm Ai received
not as hoisted as
they were is 100 miles in circumference.
tbe\trui .' he has a large accumulated capital The kerosene skating ended, the of her hutbaad'a pit* act vat i
the he cannot continue to run at a loss. masculine a aol
Prince began by accepting "I i
statement Mrv wade by, the president of If he have such capital. he is very likely water's edge have always refreshing wisp of a feather duster and slathers it certainly a romantic object. Its pock ;.-feta

the Manufacturers'" association that It1't'PrSt'uted to strain every nerve to keep it Let breezes bloving across the water.- As arcnnd over your furniture and that of his overcoat bulged oat uaya

$1,000,000,000 capital, and the reader take the simple Item from I have said, white people can work In- ends it Your house is clean. The i metrically; from under each ana u :

that 1.0(10,000( people drew their support Youngstown and figure out if he can, doors here RS coirfortably ea anywhereelse. broken mopboard and molding around I ungainly brown paper parcel jrotrt4ed. 4

directly i f Indirectly from iu members how those wage workers. can possibly The American soldier has marched your room are sq dusty and soiled thatit 'I tI ;

Taking thto for his text, the congressman avoid loss..First" and worked constantly outdoors' makes you sick to look at them, but "I wish yon vealdat make such aa .

.enlarged* upon, the .tremendous they jire confronted, with the the extreme beat without being son- no matter. The work Is finLhed. Thereis I exhibition of yoaralfl" fUWst4

power wielded by*and responsibility direct proposition to reduce their struck. You stake your head that not a bolt or a lock in order in the Sophia, with a look of latent dlazaat;

resting UllOnlta members and. earnest wages SO cents on the ton for pud- may who house most likely. Mending them is one I "it's ao dreadfully *r.fOI. WhJ
the Americans and Englishmen
!"exhorted them togo or stay out Biers.and 4 per cent for finishers. If of the things that will be completed didn't you have the things aestr
have found rich mines in the ,
downgo"their'wages.. If placer uJDana Ja. It is pronounced man-va- <>
of the combines which were mcnachig they submit, i "Nobody.. m.. fa sore sail
strike. The island of Mindanao. 100 miles south of na, accent on the "ya." and it means
the won betas not only of the .million they resist, means a ,. Jack, putting the parcel trUmpUalty
last a month or more. here and arjprorking them for all they : tomorrow Everything requiring exer P" down "
onto dependent upon them but of the struggle may on tilt &14 I wasted W
"What shall be During that time they earn nothing. ire worth, are not saying that white !1 tion from a government reform to FOB SOFA OB BABY'S PILLOW. give yon a iurprU"

11 tate and the nation. liner Mr. which would be a dead loss of oue- men cannot perform labor in this c i- cleaning a window is going to be done baste the tatting on. placing] all the I He took out a peekalf aal ht lhstring.
decision.along that
your mate. Yen may also stake your life,, next day. This is the land of mananas. wheels the same distance from theo I
Prince, wanted to know. ,."What shall_ twelfth of a year's work.-equivalent the ft aroundthe The Cm package M&Ulfttd a
', C A to cat In wages'of 8 1-3 per-cent eage.VitO floss buttonhole i iiR."kt
M- boy your Inatruction to us your accredited a pair of warm ilwp'ag
and short
tatting using long st
This they lose even If they win the second h beetle "1
produced i
agents In the balls of ll'glslatlon'rThis a trap
I then cut the linen from beneath.!
strike. Cat It is more than likely that II know suffer from cold feet kt i
truly U a momentous question.And The raffle is 24: inches wide, hemstitched you
l the congressman's way of puttingit they will not win entirely. They may and edged with a row of tatted I said'aad I heard the cook eoapUlai

was not less startling to the Republican lose entirely, as they frequently<< do, The of 11 d 7 i the cockroach this DoraUu. fit
rings. are a
and be forced to submit to the reduction
congressmen than to the assembled both separated by 8 d e. 11 d a and joinedby I rest of hi* purchase eo& !*te4 of yui-
manufacturers. They do not after all thus sustaining nn. {, tbe first !i i out household requirraefcU; a mom

otter admit that they.are the"accredit loss of time and a reductionof, wages. Inil '. 1 ill_ Cover the p.cushion for the pillow with 1 trap, a set of bluki&g btu .., IOU
ed agents'of the protected inanufactnren : The best that reasonably and
pink or any other desired color The I digestive candy, ao forth
In congress It Is a fact which hope for would be a compromise same design made much Smeller and i As Jack displayed these thin, es*

baa often been pointed out by others. would mean, of course, besides the lost with much finer thread,'can be used by one. he looked aukHuly at his vita

but these statesmen hare'always preferred time, a smaller reduction of wages nnu Yunq with sheer muslin: for a pincushion top In the hope of 6teulB!' a arattfttlamile.

not to Admit Jt. They have always !- than that originally proposed. Itjuay be put over colored silk. When i But Sophia's thoughts had pal
When"prices are falling! the struggle
preferred: b "e.1t generally made for a pillow, a circular under out swiftly to A3oiphas 4* Uoataawency.
between capital and labor Is Intensified I
npposed that they were the accredited pelt cf lawn is attached underneath the hero of the novel

gents of the masses. of the people of with all the.advantages on the ending beneath a facing at the bead of I, "Take them away Hov w4 7tI
side of capital.- Whenever: great
their ..respective" states :and districts. alwoys'sulrl.ax tbe rn31e. This ia closed for about half i I buy such trash!" she trU4 csuir
has1 strike Is. on, there is ting
Now that the truth been frankly
: 43 w6/t l1) the distance with buttons and buttonholes i ated. Th pained took oa Jack'* fact
admitted by one of their own number among the poor. The capitalist may
V/ e so that the pillow can ba slipped nearly drove her mad. His BttkBc
be Inconvenl nC\t and sustain heavy
they feel .very much as though
may in and oat Irritated her beyond *ndar acc. Whydidnt
they had been tossed high by the exploded i losses, but he dons not actually suffer.Tbe :
t' he her t A tow
swear at .q
bomb. They can hardly relish : prosperity cf the working classes I I A \e,,, Color. F
JZT. would. be preferable to altone
being exposed to the public gaze in,the depends upon the prosperity of productive % p An attempt has been made to combine the
l- Sophia to wear sleotajsocks.
attitude of attentive waiting for their business, and business cannot the two favorites,violet'and heliotrope
And neat day she Uwaa. .4 At
I When It I
Instructions from the manufacturersof prosper on Calling prices. can into one color; This new coin-
,. Jack for pnttiac a comforter fM' his
be shown that business man can get ,
the country-from the men who represent a bination is called 'vlolettrope and 'I
rich by selling his goods at a loss it't ; neck. Jack had a bad threat; bat U
many billions-whose accredited i f comes in dress goods of the mixed variety -
I please his wife h* left th a
be demonstrated that the work- wrap
agents la the halls of It'gl>:!la1t may and also in stationery in the mottled
tion" they are. And they can hardly Ingman Is benefited by a fall In the .r, English bond variety The two color home and vent out wuaoet tb Wha M

enjoy the situation any better when price of the thing which his labor pro- are quite distinctly traceable in either came back IB th. evening his toW vas

j the Galesburg statesman emphasizes daces Not beforeINNOCENT .. material, and it takes well with the moth vorie. lark would have tea

his admission by saying to the assem- ;; lovers of both shades! says the New i I mitud suicide tn pious! his vita; aa4

bled UUien,.."You-are' tbe..melt'-that HAVEMEYER: I D York Herald I\ he did. Day 11 t day h* carried that

hall solve well or solve ill this question In the stationery the edge of the cold about wuu ..ua., Sophia thdttght

that Is presented to 'us In the He Tells Congress Dow to Get Rid paper is left in a IbiD border,, timilar I Ito It more manly and rotuntU oat to girt

coming days that are upon this peo- of the Trait. ... the Wedgwood Uaea. The DYdoH '!, way to such tnfie Cuaaeqiwatly. Jack

fpllar< > . t' Sugar,'_Klng Havemeyer. -who, contributed .. w have the same narrow border The I caught one chill ca top of *aothri h*

O tmseJ.t-lIr. made bold $100,000 to Hanna's campaign !: became feverish, eves deiirlMa Tha
e :* foe :Prince STREET SCENE IN MANILA.. short note is now folded lengthwise
corruption fund in 1S9G, has innocently I the doctor wa* te&t for But It tea
to say fl don't believe our countrycan ... the paper and placed in a long narrow I
be a country of trusts and a country -' pushed to the front an Issue for r- envelope withta flap at the end. Theft I late. Jack had a sever attack .f la*
1000 that cannot be Ignored. "The thatpecplo' of an energetic and hustlingrace Ob. fair land of tomorrows I May
flammatlcn cf
of Industrial freedom. It must.be envelopes are unique the little border lit large, from which h*
tariff'is the mother of trusts," said the like t CB3. of the United States or your coming tomorrow be a thoroughly
one or,the other. But this prejwmp- following tbe shape of the paper in the never recovered. And eves at the fast
king, and no one doubts that It tf central Or northern Europe could and American one I Then we shall see how
don on his part so rattled him that be sugar back in irregular foldings: which aiaracefnllv Sophia could net help reSwtlig tatAdclrhoa
is so. The present tariff Is the most would a fe\Y"elmi tarn these islands you will bloom out
stew Incoherent, and said: "Go tothe : artistic; would sever hive civ** I* ia
been into civilized paradise. They would The lawns about the houses might be : J '- '-
burdensome that has ever put upon a :
various Industries of the country. such a disease HU wilt power wash
our people.. It is more extreme hire the heavy work done. made a thing of beauty. They are
.'and they ,,will say to you that every- I Rice Pnttti. hate saved him.
than the McKinley law which brought Now let: us see what has been accom- grown over with weeds and filled with
'thIng baa jumped up and other things One pint of milk, one pint cf four Sophia became a widow th* wept
defeat the Republican plished. broken crockery and old cans. I thought
nave gone along In line with it." tie overwhelming npon one cup cf eoft boiled rice, two egg over Jack, of warty; hut betted her
party In 1SU2. Under It a whole Miguel Lopez de Legaspi; the first it must be the result of the war this
presently sought to make amends by I beaten separately, a Jlinch..t salt and grief there WM a kted tf eiajt.at ftel
hatched and took possession of universal neglect and slovenliness.
brood of trusts has been governor
asking the billion. "What shall le the butter the size of a walnut Beat well lug that the idea ana had Utcae aI.
the vork of combining and restricting Manila in 1571. There was already mentioned it one day to an American
policy of men who represent you In and bake in quick oven la ter all
together: a a po s&itity.
trade and robbing the many for the native town on the site. From that day.i soldier and he replied: .
v the halls of legislation But he gem tiliS. Of course Sepal net him. Th. erdlnsry .
t Quickly suffered a relapse, and In the benefit of the great. corporations Is goIng to this the Spanish governor generalhas r "Well, you ought to have jnst seen

of "the fathers"as merrily on. resided here. Manila has been tbe the sights when our army first got in I Dainty. Embroidery D..I<<... I conventional seethed of BMhtaffor .
style Dogberry quoted
saying In their "earliest message" There Is a cry going up against the seat and center of affairs military civil. here. The filth is nothing now to whatit I The illustration from the New York': at'qualnluf'e was kIo eaomeehe

trusts all over the land, but It is un- : religious and commercial ever since.: It was then." With this appalling Tribune presents half sections of two i il for h. emancipated tool It WM a
"Let'let us encourage agriculture and heeded.. Republican conventions pass i has come to be a city of 300,000 inhabit- statement we quit ,the unpleasant doilies or Seats for the table Tbaj',! ease of love at first tight Love ftp4

us encourage ,:' the' resolutions against them. but the Republican ants. here, if any where, in one of the (henia The sanitary conditions of Daw- l strawberries will require at* least Cvj i into acqaaltunc INI.*.* vat

encourage arts and sciences commerce and diffuse encourage and dissemble attorney general says that richest countries on the globe we son, in the heart of the Klondike are shades uf red. and. to vary the mob t. I EMjfecio nIJo,... Tt Je .at

knowledge among the people."* the federal government is powerless to would expect to find the comfort, decency better than those of Manila. ( !I forgive becaBM tU mMkw' ka4 l"a

enact any law to restrain them. The and cleanliness of modern civili When Magellan the first white man an lUHftt.
Go to now! Let us dissemble knowledge I
and be wise fellows state legislatures have been trying;m zation. to set foot in the Philippine Islands, They were married a rest after
; aye marry
'vain to frame; lacy to:restrain them Well, there is not today: sewer in landed in 1521 he found the natives Jack's death fir a vkote fan4aht
end rich fellows tooVChlcago Chroaa .
) which'will not be declared, aneouQtitu- Manila- The first act of the American plowing up the soil with an outlandish Sophia lived la tilt dtHffew aiainipter .

) ,_ i!; tional by the cotta government after Bottling the na- quadruped called a carabao. In Enghth .' of two itof 1* .Io Oo a. awe

SAYINGS OF JEFFERSON.The ?Ir. Haveuieyer tells just how congress tives, must be to give the city a com ] it is the water buffalo so called f each otber. Then her ideals balls I*

can remedy the whole matter plete system of sewirage and drainage. .'I because at uncertain. intervals it.it. Y be mined.

Judiciary bench Is the 'Instrument complained of by the people. Deprive I have not seen a decently paved street seized with a wild desire to rush: into ( Jack Ud alwar bees deem later

which .,working like gravity i the trusts of the tariff protection. and or sidewalk in the place and I do not I the water and lie down, and at such 3 rt ested In her thoughts and It.......

without Intermission Is to"pYess us at they will at once become harmless. believe there is such. ] times all Tagalodom conld not stop it v Eufenlo mould net lUtea to hev t4 aiL

last, Into one consolidated mass. Open the doors of competition and that They say tbe Loaves of some of the I If it had a cartload "of little black Woaen's view *ere cf M teaseurseaca

It Is not by the consolidation or concentration will protect the people from extortion. wealthy Spaniards here are kept in ex babies behind it, into the water and whatever la ft* MtlauMUa.He .

of 'but by'their'distribution. tfcj arrogance of these great corporation cellent repair, likewise clean, and are under they would go too. never trouitt her la a peat

.. that powers good government Is combines. The tariff therefore provided with all the conveniences of Well to this day the caraba'o is the when he came be tram .h.*>....

defected. Is as live an issue as It ever has been modern civilization It may be. I hopeso. beast of burden in town and country Jack never failed U have lotmhifit ia

in the history of this .country....:Nashville I have not been inside of them. Ina fn the Philippines. In all Manila and I his pocket, st r.-_.. twice C. -... UatEutesio

An aristocracy of wealth Is of more I Democracy.The strange place the most accurate idea the region roundabout the cnly truck ETKAWBKRUY ASD SWEET PKA VUIGSB I had met IspMHiK; -t

danger than benefit to society !, of things is obtained from studying the or express wagon is a clumsy carabao any, Rome of them should have yellow I to conaUer. He had kip dab aa4 IU

I think all the world would gain by. o 'Writ Taking the Lead. average life of the average people. The cart driven by a little Tagale or a i iih And greenish Blinding on the ends. i Wagner Sorlety. IN hIs gait, aa4 hla

Betting commerce at perfect liberty. Before the -war It was the south ordinary Spanish house was no doubt Chinaman. The Spaniards, who boast each as is seen on the unripe berries Mcde. FirqMbtly h* dined MM with

Nothing Is BO Important as that which wa the dominating section! in painted and decorated when it was grandiose of their Christian civilization Use rich green for the foliage '. helot tfittfi.! \Vtt fiepht* ......

America shall separate herself from national affairs. Since the war and because built, and that wag the year mankind in these! islands, have actually tak- Theeweet! peas: should all beef shades ted with him U uU hr ta raid

M the systems of Europe and establishone : of it the northern sentiment has first began to ask if.it is hot enough for en so little interest in the natives that of one variety, a8, if one attempts to own b..lltH. Iii tvta treat Ms

It has not breD touched *'nce have not replaced the carabao even tints. too finished
of her own. Our circumstances predominated In the control of the you. they embroider many varying to strike )er. Tb. Mow WM sot

our pursuits our Interests are distinct; government, and northern men have Houses are constructed with two low. with oxen whose flesh is good for food i piece will not be harmonicas .) :sweet a* Kephla ."4 aatleit4. la tip.te

..1, the principles of our policy should be been to the front in affairs but now stories. There cannot be more because saying nothing of the milk the cows of Adalpbua.In .

ao also. All the entanglements with the mighty west begins to loom up of the danger of earthquakes. For would have given. Picture to your- Household Drevltlea.
tin. b had
that quarter of the globe should be The stretch of country'west of the the same reason they must be made of self in the States a town -of 300,000 The woman bent on saving her* U a drank. aia*

f avoided If we mean that peace and Mississippi Is almost double In area light material They consist merely of inhabitants in which all the hauling'I time and trouble in the future lab|" salt to death. Tb* f..aip* dNtarW It

'i justice should be the polar stars of | that ling east of the great river, and a frame, of f timber with a weatherboarding was done by a poor old buffalo guidedby 'I,1 plainly every box and package containing i was a happy release! for Mr*. rttsJ M*.

-, ,. the American societies. the election of a western man to the on the outside, like1 a barn in a rope drawn through, a bole in the I winter things which she will have i But the flower were *lwsf. fr'k

I. Where the law of the majority 1 second place In the nation but reminds tbe States For inside walls canvas is cartilage of its nose. .The method is as no occasion to open till autumn II on Eugeoio' grave And hU tasgtla.
cent tombstone: which aUwtrfnf
time when the mighty tacked over the timbers constitutingthe cruel as it is clumsy.On I Much labor be saved in the case 114P"
the coming
!f' ceases to be acknowledged there government ,; us of .- : may : tti.. vrlrfiiw'_....... .* .nmvlaiAB. ...., was the _.
wash of various toe houses are as forlorn .v .v. e esv,
in frame. A rough the outside: bard wood floors the
a the law of the strongest west will be the controlling'factor t I of policed by use
ends; .
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off the inside. The walls are dirty I I i of eteiy mourning DetCbt.or.I .
colors and rubbing as
I takes its place, and life and property national life. Nashville AmeriCan.I' figures upon I of the "frottoir. which is simply a
L .- white at touch mildewed and weather beaten with the' When PophU died a yr Jew the
his who can take them. I :.c -- 4 1Trust. your pretty garments a :, heavy weight covered with carpet to
:artf I Indefensible. u smeared over the canvas.It plaster falling off in patches. In the I which is attached a long handleIf I doctor declared It wu th* reset of a
," No other depositories of power than :I William Jennings Bryan never scoreda would not be so bad if, fay! once whole city I have seen one house no I rinse first with broken heart She passed away with {
the people have ever yet been found had the bright freshly I you a saucepan I i the tame cf Rugc&I-j oa her Up. s
greater truth than when be said "No : in half a century cr no the canvas were more, that cold water before putting milk in and
.which did not end Inconverting'totheir better Illustration of the absolute Indefeasibility : ripped off and renewed and the doors and painted look of dwellings in a neat cityat J i -
dew the milk
beat it fire
the of those ; i over a .,,1.. I....
profit and
own dropping plaster
scrubbed Mold
of trusts can be offered than woodwork painted or at least home. ; will burn
committed to their charge. j i be artistic, but they are depressing i not In proportion to Its *.i#. SwitmUadu
: the fact that the Ohio Republican coo- Bat, not I have seen jast two "crabbing may i i
'0 Taste cannot be controlled bylaw. I I i vention, of which Mark Hanna was brushes in Manila. anJ they were used when you most look at them day Balls of cream cheese, laid on a bed I i more tats than au, ocher<< ecaatryia

m .1 love to see honest and honorable ;. manager, was compelled ,to denounce for horses. Torn stained, worm eaten, after day. The pernicious: fancy thatit !< of lettuce leaves with French drcssicR. : tbe world. Tb ealerUtaaeat aftourUt

men at the helm; men who will not them." It is a pathetic sight to see 'a rat eaten, ant eaten and time eaten, the is degrading for a lady or gentlemanto i I make a very pretty salad as well as an I ha. tcom tbe chief IsdiUtry

bend their politics to their purse, nor mother brand her own offspring, even canvas walls and ceilings hang in tags work or even to see that work is appetizing one. I of the land. No le* that IT.. hosttU

measures by which they may though everybody knows that she doesit and shreds ruined and rotten as the properly done by others has here been i i I Some one advises that the stringy I ties stationed for the matt part .a

pursue and then profit by their meas for spectacular effect. whileiin her governmental system of old Spain itself. followed out to its legitimate ccnclnfiion. 1! coat left on bananas after they are I mountain top or sear graders. art wwi
J profit,
heart of hearts the maternal instinct Queer looking, long bodied little heathen You see it in the nightmare con- peeled should be relieved before eating i !the list. and the receipt of th* k 4et*

, I ures. with all mankind asserts Itself. with every throb.-New rata waits to'and fro tbe floors at dition of old Spanish Manila today. It is this' like the white pithy under I keeper amount to tlS.OM.QQ6 a year
and friendship
I': Peace is our wisest policy. York News. night and sometimes in the.daytime. EUZA AflCUMtP COSSEB.. akin of an orange, which ia indigestibleT to It cIB not b* icck a 14 kIta.trr ..- .

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L.E88QN.Vt'THIRD.QUARTER' I INTERNATIONAL 6."Drlttl / "-Text, Eph. IT, Topic F.r be Week Bertmmtac Asa;. -: IS HKADQUABTEBS 1'011-1|
6-Comraemt fer Rrv. S. H. Deyl

I SERIES AUG. & 1.1 .Ju. I, 1-8. Toru-Drttt II.-EpIl. it, U; Ju.,i, 1-8. Hen's Clothing, Negligee Shirts and AHi, :

"A double minded man is unstable. We are living in an age characterized : Ladies' Summer Dress Goods and Nom

I Test 'bt tfc. LCMOB. Exek. XXXT!. in ail his wlys.". by the, unsettlement of faiths. The .oi

, .- Z3-3O-Mrmorr Terae 25-27-GoId- Anchor up. all sails set and no one tendency of the age is to cast reflection I Heady-made Mosquito Canopies

.. Test. Back., ....... SO-ComneB- at the helm is a risky way to navigate. and donbt upon the beliefs of the'paat.l' -

tar, Prepared by Rev. D.M. Steara Drifting never brings any one into in science literature history reftjrion .- '. CARL SCHBS3NKTK. PI'I

" tCopyr h 899. by D. U. Stearna.] port In the religions life as well as in Many past scientific beliefs are <

15, "Then will I sprinkle clean water navigation considerable depends on the ibnbted or discarded. Literature and ,

upon you and ye shall be clean from-011 currents which surround one, the winds history fare little better. Doubt has FURNITURE.
h of the the sails of been cast Homer's authorship of, : .
your filthlneaa, and from all your Idols opinion trimming upon : :. ;.
action the load carries and the "Iliad" and "Odyssey,".William '' .'
one many
will I cleanse you The topic of our lesion ;: e Houelotd'Sewlng) Maenine,
I other items but the most influential Tell's existence Shakespeare's title to : :'
U "The New Heart bat we mast notice The Best Machine Made Light Running and
the content and observe to whom the factor is the working of the rudder that the plays which have been attributedto Noiseless

words are spoken then take the lesson for directs _the course The will is to us his name. This spirit is specially ;'.. .
oar own heart The previous verses what the rudder is to the vessel It determines prolific in the sphere of religion. Whatis Sole Agent for the famous Wall Trunk. Mat
It decides between not doubted by some ones The resultis .
I peak of the land of Israel the mountain destiny. .. trees made to order. A Com
I of Israel, the people of Israel and of Is Impulses and settles action and fixes that many are unsettled and unsta plete llw of
character.It ble. Many do not know what to believe
! raeTs shameful treatment of Jehovah, on FTJ-R.NITUR.E;
needs training to stand at the They are drifting. They are "children .
account of which He scattered them In I
wheel and steer a ship. No less does it tossed to and fro and carried about of all deseriptlons at Rock Button Prices,both
many lands, but verse 8*says that He wilt i iI Wholesale sad RetaIL Baby Carriages from
hold with wind of doctrine, by the 9ftop
I require discipline for one to control every
take them from all lauds and bring them to 120. Go Carts Refrigerators Ice Chest,
to their own land, and our lesson begins of his will and direct his action sleight of men and cunning craftiness Give Etc.

I by saying that then He will cleanse themI according to reason .and the highest I whereby they lie in wait to deceive" ... < .- --

I have found butone thing in all the Bible good. I The tendency to_drift with the cur We have a consignment of Oak Diners and .

that God says Be will..do with all His Many opinions and often conflictingones rent in such times is strong. On the Reed Boekers that will be sold very low. We ..

heart and soul, and that is that He willthus will be met with. Many questions other hand. the importance of steadfastness it ., handle the 'anion Cleveland and Rambler

$ujt Israel In their own. land (Jer. are of no importance" to us, and we and stability in religions faith is -. BICYCLES.

wilt; U). need to put aside all curiosity about unquestioned and unquestionable. He '.-, \
M.' "A new heart also will I give yon. them and resolutely refuse to waste that wavereth that donbteth. hath no -- '-. ,.-. Especial attention given to our Uali Orders.We .
and a new spirit will 1 put within you. Gurantee
Satisfaction both to good and $
with God. "He that wavereth is
and I will take the heart out time on their consideration. Some power ..
away stony, Price CaB
on us, or Bend ia roar order t 0
of your Bash and I will give you an heart things we must decide. Look over all like a wave of the tea driven with the .. ..
of flesh As when the lord God said to the evidence available, balance the 1 wind and tossed Let not that man : 15 aid 17 Lain St,JACKSONVILLE FLA. ONLY 6.00

\be..serpent, .'1 will put enmity between probabilities, choose the most reason- : think that be shall receive anything of .TheSun. : -21 D. E.
thee and the woman" (Gen. ill, 15) He indicated able. Hang to it till more light comes. the Lord. Strong, real unquestioned < MTg Co.

that, Be would do it Himself, so Be confident after you have once decided faith in God is the first essential to a

hero the giving the, new heart and spirit To be continually)) doubting or satisfactory progressive religious lifa '
U Hit work alone: but notice that while ourselves drifting
To safeguard against
debating prevents all positive action. Chas. N. .
God willing to give the new heart we Welshans
most be willing to receive it, rather. Go ahead with firm grip on the wheel is therefore a very important mat-I ,

Him for Christ Htm elf In us Is the new after yon have consulted chart chronometer ter. Some directions for doing

Ufa (I John v. 12: John L 11, 12). and compass and taken Jour I suggested in the topical references., t .:. _SATLr AGENT
87 "And I will put my Spirit withln bearings. 1. Knowledge is a safeguard against -- I Ft11t--

you and"cause yon to walk in my statutes .Fewer mistakes are made by confident drifting. Ignorance is the cause of
and ye shall keep my Judgments and do much lack of stability Knowledge is
strong action than by wavering :
them." Not by might nor power of man. indecision. therefore the cure. The ignorant, like Lon man & Martinez Paint .
I not by prayer or striving not by Intellector
children, are easily influenced and easily -
education but by the Spirit of God Is Indecision is as fatal as wrongdoing.It

the new life to be lived (Zech. IT, 6), requires nerve to face things and deceived by the cunning craftiness ....:
has therefore Lime Brick
When we receive the Lord Jesus Christ as decide but it pays. of nien Christ appointed .. Shingles,
our Saviour we at onoe become the abodeor The sense of strength and the glowof teacbas of His word-apostles, prophets .

mansion In which the Father. Son and satisfaction which come after one evangelists. pastors-for the very Cement and Coal Tar.

Spirit will dwell (John xlv, 17, 23). Then has studied his duty and. after perplexity purpose of the edifying of the saints

it becomes true that we are the temple of and trial determined to stop driftingand that they may not be imposed upon
God and the Spirit of God.dwelleth In us and deceived by false teachers. The for
sail right pay for all effort., Agent Sickler's Peerless Cement Plaster.
(I Cor. ill, 1E) regular attendant npon the ministry of
88.And shall dwell In the land that
ye the word is better safeguarded againstthe e 13
Bishop MerrilL South Hogan St. Jacksonville Florida. 10-21.88
1 gave to your fathers, and ye shall be my ; ,
people and I will be your God.? Them Bishop Stephen M. Merrill is the senior assaults of the tempter than one

part of this verse caA only be under- effective bishop of the 'Methodist who neglects God's house. God also
A Chance to do
ISOod In the light of the promises made to Episcopal church. lie was elected to promises us. wisdom in answer ,to- ,

Abraham. Jsaao and Jacob from Gen.. xii the office in 1872 with seven others. prayer "If: any_ man lacketh_ .wisdom. LITTLEEROS: t
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onward and which still await fulfillment Bishop Thomas Bowman was the first let him ask of God and it shall be 3

The church the body of Christ elected and so would rank as the given him. Pray for wisdom to remain -
has no land on earth, but Is a company of one
people gathered out of' all nations whose senior living member of the Episcopal steadfast in faith. FERTILIZER and ,PHOSPHATE COMPANY t
board. B S. Foster was also 2. Christlikeness is a safeguard
borne is to be the New Jerusalem. As to .
the last part of the verse, we are authorizedIn against drifting The reception and ::, .( .

II Cor. vU 16!, to appropriate it to every. practice of Christian truth lead. ns Jacksonville, Florida. .
believer. "unto the measure of the stature of the *
2tt "1 will also save you from all your fullness of Christ." and thus we are 1 11 '

I undeannesses, and I will call for the eorn safeguarded The nearer we are to If you are requiring Fertilizers for Vegetable, '

and will increase it, and lay no famine Christ in thought, word and deed, the '

upon you." Here we may appropriate the harder it will be to lead ns away from Job1. Pineapples etc., write to as and we can give jou .
first part of the verse as being true for the
our faith in God. in Him and in I value for .
more than other Manufacturer
t believing gentile as well as for national your money any J
Israel, but the last part has special reference blessed future life with them
to Israel in the time of their restora- Bible Readings. -Dent %. 20. Job ,, or dealer in this State or from any i+

tion. In II Cor. vU, 1, the promises! of xi, 14. 15. Math vii. 44-39. I Corn 'f'r other State. Write for pamphlets prices et& .( r
God to be a God and Father to those who ;58. Col ii. 5. I Thau v. 21 neb .- .jt. .: ,

are willing to separate themselves onto 'U. 1-4; iv. 14. x. 23. iiii. 9: I Peti ,,' to above address. 5.12-98

Him are used as a reason why we should 6.9: v. 8.9: II Pet iii. 17. 18; Rev ", .,; 0' a ; -
clean ourselves from all filthiness of theeah'an4 r'G ,' > -
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spirit ., --
y 80. "And I win multiply the fruit of Tfc. CotHpaar of CkrUI. ATTENTION MERCHANTS!
the tree and the Increase of the field that
It said of Melik Shah of tbe
of famine was one
ye shall receive no more reproach -
among the heathen." This is speciallyfor noblest of the Seljak emperors that "to THE BOTTLING WORKS
Israel but contains precious things for belong to his honsebol.l to hold his MIAMI t

as also. When the people of God run to commands, was nut merely'an honor
Is prepared to deliver ExruEsa PREPAID to all l
the world for pleasure. It is like saying and a privilege It was also an apprenticeship Work responsible pal11el. !

God doe not satisfy us. and so we turn to in principles In serving the BOTTLED SODA POP GINGER ALE etc. '
you for comfort, and thus the name of the nUn one grew like him, and a lundI )

_Lord Is reproached. .... : ..... .
: f :I" dO n.ftG t "a1aA PttrsiK Dade County Merchant Solicited an S tlaf.rtU r. ar o con se m --- --- ---
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81 "Then shall ye remember Jour own U' U51 AA' v.. AA
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evil ways and your doings that were not BISHOP 8TEPHES M. MEBBILL. upon the li& royal master, C.: CiSTiLL ? O. Prop.: MIAMI. FLA. j

good and shall loathe yourselves in your pattern and exemplar of the age. A 1I-f4-tf l
elected ballot previous to Bishop
own sight" There is a deep and helpful on a chief cr governor was esteemed by pub
here for saint for until Merrill but both of these bishops are in .
ktison every we lic opinion accordance with the de-
learn to loathe ourselves we have not truly noneffective on account of age and infirmities gree in which he conformed to the sul j,

seen the Lord nor known ourselves. Ponder tan's '
prayerfully Job sllL 6, 6; Isa. vi Ii: Bishop Merrill was born in Ohio in These words could scarcely be im- t
Dun. I. 8; Rom. vii 18; PhIL ill 8, and. 1825 and entered the ministry in 1846
+ turning from all that Is of selfJearn to He is 'net a graduate of college but proved upon as a statement of the privileges
duties of Christian
f "Thou art worthy, 0 Lord I"
nay '
; 82. "Not tot your Bakes do 1 this saith ranks among the most scholarly of men ship. How truly to belong to Christ is Recognizing the demand in West Palm
in special lines. He is the beet living .
the Lord God, be it known unto you.' "not merely an honor and a privilege," ,
i The same thing is said in verse 22, with authority on Methodiet law and usage. but "also an apprenticeship in principles Beach for .
the addition "for mine holy name's sake and has written a number of books !" If in serving the famous sultan The Tropical Sun .

which ye have profaned among the heathen which have become standards in doctrinal like him much is this
one grew more ]
Good Ice .at Reasonable Rates
whither ye went. It is a solemn and matters. He was pastor presiding true of the follower of Jesna Christ ,
searching thought that we are ever honoring elder and editor. From the latter

pr profaning the name of our 'Lord I position he was elected to the episco- Evangelist if totes' Treatment of All Pates
that worthy name by the which!. we are Good Advice.It ,
called (Jas. U, 7). It is comforting to
know that He forgives us not for any pacy.A well known English minister a i, will not pay to be always asking.

merit on our part but only for His name's short tint since preached a Sunday Will it pay t Job- Department The Arctic Ice Works
sake (Isa."xliii, 83; I John U. 13). Soon Infidelity plucks the flowers and scoffsat
evening sermon on "Hypocrisy.
-.tl "I will also cause you to dwell in the gardener
the cltiel, and the wastes shall be budded after be received a letter from one of .
It is only the coward that finds it
his members who was of a OF MIAMI FLORIDA
This and the following verses are manager to be cruelIt ,

wholly for Israel, but there are suggestive large concern, saying: After hearing necessary is not opposition without, but ,.
thoughts for all saints David caused that sermon he bad gone home and "
Mephiboshcth to dwell In Jerusalem and thinking the matter over had said to apathy within that hinders. Prints Letter Heads ,:: : Have this week arranged to carry a full
to eat at his table, yet he continued lame Competition may be the life of business -

on both feet (II Sam. ix. 13). We may himself hypocrite., "I" am He could living not the afford life to of do a but it is the death of the church. Note Heads '-1, ti. supply of Ice which will be delivered to

dwell both at Jerusalem and Hebron, or. The safety vaults of your heavenly :
it He sat down and wrote his employers all of town and
better stilL in God Himself and continu treasures may be the hands of the needyTo Statements parts promptly regularly. -
ally enjoy His bounty, though in ourselves resigning his position because their
turn leaf is
a new not enough We will endeavor to merit
unworthy and helpless, lame on both feet business was being conducted in a mannerthat Business Cards your
there must be a new life to make the
M. And the desolate land /man be was injuring his spiritual life. record patronage.

I tilled, whereas it lay desolate in the sight Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday were Bill Heads -
'' Many a man will slam the door in thedevil's
of all that passed by, How many lives dark days. Ha had no prospects and to .
of professing Christians are desolate of all throw his position seemed folly, yet face and open a window to let And all kinds of Fine Stationery '
up H. H. COOK Local
that is refreshing to God or maul I It is him In.-American $ebrdw.A Mgr.
never springtime with them but always his soul said continually "Better starve ,
than be false to God I" Thursdaycame
the bleak and cold winter season There

la life but it U not manifest either inspirit the answer. His employers had carefully Dear Sehooft Are You Supplied ?. : V. ...,
flowers or foliage, and no one is attracted considered the matter. They recog- Experience keeps a dear school But .

to Christ through them. nized his value and requested him to fools will learn in no other, and scarce .. .
85., "'Thl.laM that was desolate is become keep his position and conduct their in that for it is true we may give advice I

like the garden of Eden." Such Is business in a manner consistent with but we cannot give conduct. However Give Trial Order .
ns a
L the transformation in life when the soul
a they that will not be counseled
his spiritual convictions. It to be
pays ..
lees tLj beauty and loveliness of Christ
"Godliness cannot be helped and if will not :-t
true to God is profitable ton
; e and becomes yielded to and filled with the
Holy Spirit There are foliage, flowers and a things. having promise of the life hear reason she will surely rap your ---- i .
fruit to the dory of God. -There are joy that now is and of that which is to knacklee.Franldin.Escaping. tstaoiisned 1875. r

Ml gladness and continual sunshine because coma" No man can afford to do busi- And We Will m m .

the Father, Son and Holy Spirit are ness for himself or for others in a manner Debts. William A.
filling the temple and have full control In his conscience cannot approve. The The Christian who prays that his Boors & Co., l
It, working In it both to will and to do of .
best business policy is godliness and debts may be forgiven of God should ,
their good pleasure (Phil U, 13)). not act on the assumption that in lien
Christian integrity.Fiji I .
84. "Then the heathen
that left
are Grain
Garden Seeds and
roundabout you shall know that I the of that forgiveness be may escape bit Fertilizers I
Lord build the ruined places and plant is Christian as few communities just debts to man.-Christian Intelli Please You.

that that was desolate. 1 the Lord have In the world gencer ..
are. Many other of the No. 6 EAST BAY STREET ->- JACKSONVIU.K Fu.
tpoken It, and I will do It." Whether in south Pacific of islands follow ;
Israel or the church or the Individual life, I groups Let Not Y.ar Heart B. Trovbled.. .. 1
closely after. Yet these islands
were Let not heart be troubled,
God be four
must glorified and
willing that He shall be, glorified wben.we In are us. but a generation since pagan and cannibal Have lilith.Belin.. In lit We handle only the Best and most Reliable 8eedH. A complete Stock of

that It shall be -Not I, but Christ," then of the lowest type. The conver- I go to prepare a mansion Corn Oats Flour Bran
He will work and people will glorify God sion of the South Sea islands! is one of IB Father's bouae for the*. I Hay, Grits

In us (Oat i, 84). But the next two verses the most thrilling stories yielded by Let not your heart be troubled, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, Both Bright and Dark.AT
following our lesson tell us that God this eventful age Although I go sway; to .
Wishes us to ask Him to do ferns that I will come again and receive: roa !
which He.offers to do. He puts before as Unto Myscll tome diy.
It was Hallam who said "I that I
: see
the possibilities of a life wholly for Hint t
the Bible fits into every fold and creviceof Let not four bean be troubled. / State Agent for Tyrant-Allen Fertilizer Co. I
but U there is no response on our part He s
by just when He walked with the human heart I am a man. and I How nwet thaw word to m.- Star Brand fenllileB-Guarantefd luly
parse as That wlHte He it, then alas and Vtrtuu. letttti.r. .sry
tbd two to Kmrnans on the resurrection believe that this is God's book, becauseitlnuan'ibook I dull forever be. ground' Bone, Nitrate cola Muriate of PotaS.Saiph.te lbtaaa, Knit, eM. Ten. r.,. F
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7 THE FRIARS{ OF. MANILA.. Yon"Remember must give 'the to it church in'. proportion my son.to I City Directory.. !ff.t.: r BARGAINS worth BUYING I i ii

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your prosperity. OFFICERS. .
If not then the threat of purgatory. WHIU.U1NMayor -AT- .
: Held Responsible. the Revolt or tbd! lost soul again GEO.S.ADD MS,Clerk AiSffsorand Treasurer '-or f }

of'the Natives. : Thus, according to that abominably PAUL C JONES-., ............Manual : .T

tiresome way history has of repeating BOARD OF ALDERMEN. THEBOSTON STORE
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itself in a similar manner Columbus ;
G EO.W. nrTTEB- ..____ITtsiiteBl ; .
and his Spaniards plundered and cheat. '
B.BK&CH- ...4.D. MATHS -
EUZi_ ; natives in tbe West Indias the o .

in United States robbed .......
V white man the CARL SCHRKBKICK.. B. M. POTTER;
next week and will
... and rooted oat the Indian and Englishmen rAlllo meeting on the lit,aDd 3d Tue day in sell
.Opp*ed a.o4 Work of the oJ.It -
and Dutchmen in South Africa each month,at 730 p. m.
F, tfcr ass Flare Cpoo the IB4 .
.. laid violent hands on the lands and the Dry Goods
amiJ. .. pcrctltloM of theI gold of the negrO; Worlds over it is -..'

.tlrea--The Roman- Chorch- Xot the same. These friars who have been Advertisers Clothing AT COST J

B.a.o.alfcle Poe Their Aetloa. so bitterly 'blamed are neither betternor County Directory.

IX. worse than the'average man when Shoes o.J

HiSflU, May 15.-The danger of reposing be baa things all his own way-only COUNTY OFFICERS. .

t..11< onllmlttd power in tba hands of (and note the difference) in the Philippines A. UKTSKR... ....?.?_... County Judge COME ONE COME ALL TO
a tingle party, partienlarly a.theologic1 despoilers were in many cases A.J.QCIMBY........ ... Circuit Court Clerk ,
party. baa a stupendous illustration! the representatives of a Christianchurcb. RODT. R.. TAYLOR...._Proewiting Attorney '
in the recent history of the Philippine1i and that church has bad to bear it.J. CHI LUNG WOKTH.._.............._Sheriff Who :Use t1i f THE = B0ST0N ST0RE
ands I never taonght to live to II'1Y the ignominy cf their evil doing and M. E. GRUBEU.Tax AjeeaeorH. ,
wrongly. To held the Roman church J. A\THONY..Tax Collector MRS. J. HANDELSMAN
:. it. bat since coming here I am eonadooaofa Prop. .
feeling of: pity for Spain. responsible for the performances of the E. H. DIVA_........... ......TreasurerWILL MARCUS FRANK, Manager. ..... _W\\M} (\ \ BLOCK.
( H. of Registration\ .
friars in Manila would be as unjust as Supervisor
Tbe real dory of the insurrection at to declare that the whole American nUNJtLYN SHEK ........_ .. Snneyor ;
in _
baa been
Ua&ibt told
never rightly Z. T. MERIUTT_SnpU Public IDltra loaCOUNTYCOMMJSSJONERS ---- J
people were as bad as their professional
the United States! Originally it was i
politicians. Handrcds of priests and ,. Oolumnsof Ocean
movement against the tyranny and extortion Steamship Company
of certain I I good Catholic sisters and brotheis in the S.W. PITTS.thairiu a. _... Lake Worth -
Spanish religions or-
Philippines! have devoted their lives 3. W. LAIN HART._ .. _._.., .P.1DoBeaeL .

den that fattening had flourished on the natives here for growing centuries .- nnselfihbly. to the attempt' to improvethe W.. McDOSAU J. SHONE ..Oue.., .n.n.Cocomnt Groveit. <'. ., "SAVANNAH LINE. ". 1

: 'ao powerful and so impudent that condition of the natives and. W. V.RUSHI G.....__..___ _NeptnneCouiibUttionera .. -
.t but they even controlled absolutely ; verily these shall have their reward. meet ia regular aenuoa on Florida *
the Spanish government officials. They Meanwhile high old. times had tbe tbe first Monday in each month. : :
friars in and about Manila On the{at THE t : 1
known "the friars. :
are simply aa FLORIDA York.
LEGISLATURE., To New And Boston.
Thousands of human beings in these of the land they lived depriving themselves NURSES tttOtt PADS CODKTT.K .. .

islands Dever think of them except: with of no material enjoyment. They N. HIMICK Palm Beach._..._.SeuatorF. {
I cone. .They tyrannized over not only even resurrected patriarchal institutions .S. MORSE MIa lL._.. .Representative A Short Bail Ride to Savannah, Thence ;

I ht Tagaba.who did cot bat even approve over of Roman their Catholics method. relations and entered rearing into picturesque dusky families domestic, in COUNTY, BOARD.SUPEBINTENDENT.aP A Short Sea Voyage. ,,1

h The Jesuit fatben were among 'those which the lick of the tar brash mingled. .T. t-RRITT.._.. PUBLIC.'_...._IJrITJllTCTIOll.z. -letuoa City, Sailing from Savannah:
t and the friar used to to speak with the expression of TfiOPIfiAi
disapproved, MEMBCU or SCHOOL' OAEO.
their power,to each an extent that they Spanish pride and devoutness. Holding J. W. AtKISON.lihlinDID.Cooount 5 Ships Each Week 5 wAll

A t obtained an order prohibiting any thus tbe natives and tbe wealth of the It. B.KI.VG.._ .._.__....,.___.... ...JupiterA.
'.-: Jeaait processions from parading Manila country in their hands, the friers also .W.GARNETT......_.... ....:. .. ..Hypoluio ticket agents and hotels are supplied with tailing schedule Write for general
streets. The first Jesuit gained control of government affairs ia formation .
procession 1 sailing schedules stateroom reservation, or call on
. appearing publicly Manila:for Manila. They in time came to rule the --.,.- +
was one that paraded after the occupancy municipal authorities as completely as SUN E. H. HINTON Traffic Manager WAITER HAWKINS, Fla, Pas. AgU.

of the city by General Otis. It Tammany boss ever ruled his followers. Savannah, Ga. Jacksonville Fla 61098Do
: State
was actually escorted and protected by The reader may take for granted that Directory. -

'. American troops. General Otis is him. the story here set forth is fact I haveit r You Want

!"' sell a Roman Catholic. American from undoubted authority long residents EXECUTIVE DEI ARTJIENT.w. a a

troops were not unwelcome to the those having no interest in the D. STEAMBOATRWe
feuds of old Manila the BLOHAM..Governor have them to Sell and If tile have
one way or
Jeanperbap. JNO. L. CRAWFORD..._Secretary of State none on hand tosnit,we can build
. Long ago the religious order in question other, persons who are now only glad WM. H. BEYNOI.US. ........Comptroller Just what you want.

obtained foothold here. Thousands the Americans have got here. JAMES; B. WUITFIELD..Treasurer -. .. .

of the natives were brought into the The Spanish military and civil officer I WK.B.LAMAR.............AttoMiey General We are also Prepared '
1 church. The friars were undoubtedlythe sent here for many years past have W. N.SHEATS .._Supt. Public Instruction CLAIMIt : To Furnish .

... scrubbiest lot of representatives cf been top often a fit match for the friar L. B.WOMBWELU__.......Com. Agriculture "-

the church that even Spain could muster. bosses.. They have been spendthrift PATRICK HOUSTON._.... Adjutant Genera
fast livers, who had W.H.MII.TONJR_...... Surveyor-Ceneral Outfits for
i I The Jesuits came in 1859. They ytcnger eons men Pumping Irrigation.Write .
i', were, educated a.shady record at !lome. When every Offices at Tallahassee Florida. .
Is The
r They lad comet live themselvesani other resource bad been exhausted an U. S. SENATORS.

tncokated morality among the Tagaioa appointment was got for the reprobatehere. J. B. TALIAFEBKO......,.._,.,...JprtaayW&R. ofcall on us for Anything la .

1 1-' both by precept and example. They It was said to him "Go now to AI.LORV, ..._ _._ _Pennaeola Our Line that you need.

also established schools and taught the Manila and recoup yourself and don't 17. S. CONGRESSMEN.

.t natives reading writing and manual show your face at home again." Men ROB?. \V. DAVIS............ _...Palatka Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co.

training.! The gifted. lamented General like this proved pliant tools to the S. M. SPABKHAN.: ._...............Tampa ,
JOM Riul himself was a favorite pupil friars. They mostly entered readily into SUPREME COURT JUDGES.' '.

and friend of the! Jesuit fathers. It is the plans of pickings and stealings M. U.KAB.R\........_...........Chitf Justice B ST" JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Jacksonville .

recorded: moreover.of the Jesuits that and shared the profits. If, as sometimes F. 15.CARTER_......... -. Associate JusticeR. .
they always treated the natives justly. : happened an honest man came out to R. F TAyWIL....,......... t. 1:1-24'98: PaOPBll'Ol_ Marine Railways
There came to be enmity between the I fill an office and demurred at the exist: R. COMMISSIONERS. -

r I Jesuits and friars because of their different ing order, be was called down instantly. H. E. DAY, Chalnnan__..__ .Gainesville .

ideas and methods. I am now : It was said to him in short order. J. L. MORGAN_ _....___......:..-.Jasper
it giving a bit of inside history Manila. "Submit or get ont." If he was. still J. M. BRYAN_.. ... ....................KUslmmeeOHN Indian River Nurseries
I 'dUDA down unvarnished facts without refractory, what then! Nothing easier !. N E1.2Ja..Clerk._ __..Arcadia

; t park of prejudice one way or. the than for a friar boss or one of his tools Headquarter and office of the Board at Tnlhaasee. Advertising Budded Citrus Trees of every variety on Sour Orange and Lemon Stock; also fill

t.. other la my own mind as I hope and to complain of the official at home and line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to section,IB*

believe. From the beginning'the friars he was removed swiftly and silently.No .,. eluding Budded Mangoes 50 Varieties of Crotoua. 25 Vanities of
devoted themselves to beaping up the government monopoly in tbe middle 0-098 Palms Roses, Strawberry Plants Pineapple Slips Ktc.

\ material good things of the earth and ages ever controlled a helpless! people JOHN B. BEACH, Proprietor, :- WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.

accumulating vast quantity of property -, more completely than did the friars' General Directory. .
which they took possession of in ring of the Philippines. I

0 the same of the church. The fertility It was the friars' ring that at last I

: \ and boundless richness of the Philippine caused the insurrection of the natives.Of COURT CALENDAR. MEDIUM Florida East Coast Ry.:'

1 have not been exaggerated. To that I shall tell you in another letter. (Seventh Circuit.) .

,.... the friara the l islanda proved a Klon Meantime the ring has now to reckon I ,t.S. JONES .............. ?..? circuit Jndge
dike. Their method was to work about with the United States government. Its : J. D. BEGU3....__..... State's Attorney TIME TABLE NO. 21. IN EFFECT JUNE it. ts99.

equally) on the ignorance and superstition power bas been broken. Its leaders SPRING TERM. I.
I of the natives The confessional dread the day of settlement There are UlICfIOla County, 1st Monday IB March. tr
.f aa a mighty weapon' in their hands. today sneaking and dodging} about Manila Orange S4 I INo39N DUl STATIONS. MoTIWij DMI t> I
Lake M Uh" II Of ,. ; .!tuu

'olusia JJ April.. Any.WKLY 0 4V!'i'ii Lf1Ive. ..... ...?.. JarkaoBTine...._.........Arrivo * Cretan Ub" II ii Slap 10 a.a1&ntYe...........-..A.uIrUIIlm..J** .
.. 41 I:AJj.lI0 K Leave.. ......,. >t.Atgys'iiie........,......Arrir* S OC
Dade 1st Monday After lib Monday 557p'llH'alaTollSSa'' .. ........_.. .../.. HSllUln ........_............v I
in April. i C -( 1- Arrh..e..H..PBiah ....... ... .. __T.e f _4SftpT e DABKTWKKX #

FALL TERM. 54Jp HUU.Lea\e... ........... Pnatka... _.... ...... i785p' im H
OseeolaCountylet Monday in October. '...... Arme_...... .........foau 11..10'0. .. .......I.H.r .. >
Orange u' 3-1 to TTTI-730aLavenlSp'lISUaUaTa........_.. .. .. ,IM..teo..Arrt"- -- "'" 01:11 =;
lake It 1th II *SnnanacrTo --I' .... ... .... -- .. "': :' ''
Ea. \' luBia .. M .. Nov. : Snnanacr 7 tip'h!&P7i6p .. .........._.......OrnitindDartiina.. .............." 1 r. t law
Brevard 4th II PAPER eitot | HWp II ...........-. ... ..._............ t 0'i* ,.d .
g ORT1. 8L6plIhP, ........_......PortOransa.......... ... I Mt Ilia f
lit Monday after the 4th Mon !: 82ap, 1:';' .............._>"cw $myrna ."............ 1 *<
day in November. tat 2p .............. O.kH.U................ t ,,AA
for DSbpi 8 Kip ............ ....T1II1. \ii1e .. ............ I I B-l
GOVTSIGNAL SERVICE DEP1. iiow .. 3 SC''!) ..... ... .. ...(1t11'll/U& ............. .. 0
.1. w.CBONK...'...:... ... .._ Observer ...... 83bp341p : ............... ...t.urat .. .. ...;......... 1 Cp ..... :
SUMWTORT1. rwtoiiiow .. .. ................ RI1I.lu.odlle................. I.. .
Observatory at Jupiter Inlet. Agent :..... 412p II ................,Eauuailie................. .. Jl Wi ..".. tS; !
; rwtoi AikAgent ..... 421p II .................Melbuwrne.} ....."......... It If ..... s
SERVICE. In: The ...... tale ..... ............1G1..1,10 l <1 .-.............. .. II ..". i"
Uirlit house at Jupiter JnleU mmrwtoi _..... Skip II ......_........._'=..Wti...._............. ... .... 11 Cia.. .
JAMES A. ARMOUR........ .___. : 53'> ..................St. l.ueae .............. Ii .....
Keeper SUMWT mmr ...... Slap ...............-Fort heree. ........... .. N I. ......$. 1
J.A. WELLS............ ......_... IstAiwistant mm .. 641p .............._.....F.d&o................... 100f
BENJ.WELLS_................ Id Assistant Ss. 64p .... ...._............. Jcnrcn.Myfrt .................. .... .10
f r 1::. 309 O.Vtp7SS ................H .. .. ... t6 wr
r U. \. LAND. OFFICE.. AS S Daily 716p! .". ............... RolioNmnd?.........:..;... ... .111II
H. S.CHCUB ___..__....:.__ __ o ExTu p ............ .-Wet Jupiter............... /OIi4Rrw.: Q
.ReglsterOalc :
q I Ii IJTaaH9e 8 lap. .. ......,.....Wellt Palm Brach............ .,n77TKaiUWblS; _
I at Gainesville. Florida. : g a 1"4a :!' II ............... .. Bojoton............ ..., .-' ': 14
S STATE 0! 4.Advertising foe : ............ .Deir.yH. ............. : i
40'lai (I 37p; .............Puff Lauderdale....... .. tWaf 4."PI 3
.... .. ::.:::
': II 14U' ::alpl' to .. .h.mnQty.. ?.. .:*{ ivi>j9!
I 14 I 45a JU .,lArrive....... ......._...Miami.... -.-...... ... .. 413.311tp1
No. S.No 11| STATIONS. ,x.b S* 5
I _.;;;"' NIP HUTS ON THE PASIQ RIVER. ..." .. a a. a'. a a a a e a 8lfipiaiUaLv.! ......... ... ..........Jifw :Miifro. ........ ......"....Ar.L.keUHlen : I !
.f ,_......................... .................. .... ,Lv.ttltpl 4sa
OOptUla\\ .........._........... .0000""OtV'. ............. .. _.?...__... 1.1 ar lte.
No doubt they fend a reasoning which r many.of the friars in civilian garb. 4 OSpIll; 45a'Ar' .:::.::;:. ..--:: -.::Ormaire CVy Jas-tt'w....::::::.,:''-.-:::'- : HI l/ lj
All trams to*'ran New Smyrna anJ Orauitu Qty unrttuD Ilo&ill.14
: llwad.r.
tttided their conscience in the coarse They pot oS' their cassocks when oar ...
heard Amer here to be less easily HKTmKNVo 1'I1Ii: VIsLKA3D'A\Vt,UU.
they took. I have even an troops came so as .
here in Manila justify the recognized and pointed out to our offi .. .lit, STATION. o a9U
lean aoldier first First-Glass ; 7 Uba Lv.Tlsa ................................ .TUUJI\iU. _.......... .. ......... .. ..... .... A' ii.a .
coadoct of himself and hill comrades jn cers. The best thing to do and the ....V.V.V.V.V.\.V..V.V.V........_Mtnu.............. ................... ... L. _
In Tagato shops bills four will be to force them to disgorge their I .. ............._....................... Out....... ......... ........... ........._ .. 1 I ar.
rnnnlng up 6ua ....................................JuJIr!: n- ... .........?... ........... U..
tiaaa the amount of their pal and then plunder. There need be no hesitationin .) .................:..... .... EnterrrWB Jane OA........,.. .... .. ........ .. IJ h
marching oft and leaving the same for- this. Our government has no rightto .000.Ar.....:.. .. ;.. ...... ......... .tinford... ..... ... ... .. In..
ever BBllqaidated.Th confiscate or tax church edifices and I Job PrintingAt Rate- Sheet All tiaii"liet in TitusmHand SanforJ IMily tirt-ut$'V iA,.

,H friars told the natives they must the ground they stand on. accordingto KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
do this and that for the church or they a principle long established. But the .

b' would !OM their aoala. Dy reason of vast plantations,: the houses for rent tbfi. .t earner* of the Florida bt cogs IIMmlilU1' Company are aypuin'xl Mil M foitowtl
their comer on pool saving the friars and profit belonging to these men are From Miami: 11:30 p. m.Tu *Uja _.. Fndara Arri".*K.;

took peeaeaeion of Korea of square miles legitimate objects of taxation and thia the Son Office Wr.d'toand'City uf Key with West earner.1.30: p. m. WedovaJays and iiturJ'ya Trla USlrklllaUip w......

of the richest lands surrounding remedy may be applied without stint Will be Sent on Ap- trutu Key W.II From'K..r West3:30p IlL WrdaMiUys and Katardaya Arrive
nila They said to the natives, "Sur I The influence of 'the church in the v Itlnrt.BUauuhtp Mumi53Qa.ni.ThnrMaynanii'0".1."s eoaoertieawuatraia"

render to tM church these lands or you I Philippine affairs at present should net "31.- From Miami i a. m. il. ndaya'iutd Tbur Uy., Arn*. .,
Next they allottedto i be underrated. The natives can be met i Went 7 p. m. Mondari allOt Tburwlari. uav. Key Wwi t p. Kb
la .
roast purgatory. dura. Arrive iUrana S .
same a. m. and r.w.r.
each family u much u the Incom- and most easily reached through their '. .... ....1"-"aYaPA From Havana, a ttini( direct for Miami. I! a. m. T.....ra

putent Tagato hands could cultivate of religions teachers. Spanish bishop plication. .n.. Kfj WM. and Fridays! Arrive Miami J... m. Wixlneediiya aaj 8.tar4.'"
with trilo KvThew !
lands that originally aU Belonged like tbe one now in authority here
this understand forward Time Tables show t!e limp*at which I train and b...U nay ut..peote4"&m**>k4"
to the natives and said. "Now till cannot J fittingly or depart trot the several stations and port, bat tlftr arrival or debanwwSlated is ii.. j.e.
.. ground and earn your living: ;" otherwise American interests. It is not in human 0 1! la not iBaranteed, nor dons the Oumpuj hold ll*ll r.*po.4bi. lot a*? 4atar M MI
do it. It is the jndg cvutnneitcea arising therefrom.
him to
purgatory again. nature for fur copy 01 local! time card all at Z3I Went Bay Street Jackjtunvtlla.wJ. aJlrr
At barve time at the confessional. ment of old foreign residents that an 1", . .P. BBCKWTTH Traffic )lanar: r. 3. D. aUBXBB A.O. P. &.
all l the American Catholic bishop be : : ; St Auguatine.SUBSORIBE .
ghonld .
wen revealed to the friars again W. R. MITCHELL .,.'., r .
material resource of the sent here without delay one brought :? t
pazvestTage.this in America a citizen of the United Shoe Repairing -
'!Have you bad I good up Neatly Done, Bar
States and proud of it imbued with!
seemingly proper question
tOO was Bess Sewed and Repaired.
d liked of the confessing one. If the spirit of our institutions, familiar
with our customs privileges and mode Out-of-town customers will receive
I C the reply wu: have promt attention. Shop on Olive Street, FOR THE SUN

, f duos"Ye well father," then-thank: God we 1 of tbongbf.ELIZA }..pcp.tln.OoDB.. next ing. door north of TROFICAI.Sun Build.8-18 14 ii _

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II s, : _THE TS6ttCAt_ SDK Wtfgf tfiLSf n1 tt.l'LOIUDA, THUSSCAT,,. AUGUST 3, U89.

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matic man that made life unendurable; MBS. FLAGLER' INSANE SOTS: AGAINST RAILROADS On page 53 of their second annual report WHERE WE WOSSHIPA

tSat he compelled his children .' conclusion 'We ,
.,.s ;... i8gg) they sayin :
i dergo much unnecessary, Hardship on ImqlAN She Ua PrIai4.iand' flsfleves have endeavored to avoid litigation "

I the ground that it was_ good for their the Czar lifts laftl Her. To- Compel Enforcement of B.. B. yarnmliieIoa when possiable; andthe rich and powerful Directory, off w Utatftanrto Chfckj .

spiritual life; .that be thought was the .. Order. interests,.who can at all times invoke and RtltlOIII SullltUd"

p.:1 duty of a Christian to hate everything Mrs. Ina A. Flagler wife of Henry M. the aid'of tlw ablest legal talent of the -- -- -

that was beautiful :an4 love everything i.Flagler of the Standard Oil Company'is .Attorney-General Lamar makes public country, is contemplated as our antagonists .,....,.1 *.

that There are few such the following statement relative to in event of law suits the tp&scwat.Cgeacn-aIth.bis-W4be-.I.
a .the
was ngljt i hopelessly insane. She is in Dr. Carlos fcSV.U FlT.JMM Hlfc.V, *kdGI.
professing Christians left in the world, F. Mardonald's sanitarium at Pleasantville suits being instituted- against certain wisdom of thii conclusion can hardly! be Service erety ....f .enitef at II .t'ttack.

but thank God they'are passing rapidly near Wl.ite Plains the New railroads for ref nsing'to adopt rate,prescribed questioned. To enter into litigationwith "allt'.oICIU8.sndajciaU3p.P $Y.&A.- ..
says by the Railroad Commission : U* Kcroui aa4 towtfc WcttMofer .f ...
'is"said his father "died such without
It an opposition
away. York Herald. the' aoat. R nr, I. r. UutMT. Knew
unhappy death; that be thought he was Her case will soon come before the Sn "On June 290 IB99, Railroad Commissioners preparation would be simple folly and w.EAs3staa.Ji..svi1Py.

'A L/flf5 : one torture.of the The reprobates boy Robert! doomed grew to eternal up to prenie place before Court,,commissioners when a hearing and will take against the directed S. F. & W.me Ry.to Co.bring. and suit the could"This have is stating but one the result.matter correctly. H.ly Trinity ..1aaJ.... '' "l

dislike the kind of Christianity he saw. a juryso F. C. & P. R.R,.Co.. for refusing to put Messrs., Liddon and Bam have been weMrabasset.
r that she may be legally adjudged incompetent 1et ce* will b* ltd* rt tf
: He read Tom Paine and Darwin ; be. in into effect the three cent passenger rate employed assist in the conduct of this at I Jo puau!. the M w. .l&rtfS ..! .
order committee of
teat for them the order of the Kvermia: *.>! FviMetU >tt.>
came a debater and champion of free her 'and estate be prescribed by litigation in behalf, the State. These ).....IIII't"; w4lflae. eaes.tetnieN.
thinkers. His father moved to Illinois person may appointed. :Commissioners, of date July 18, 1898i suits will be pressed with all the vigor LADIES' GVlLDM *tomrr Etidey It L.
Mrs. Flagler's mental condition will be i If this rate is unreasonable and unjust, p. .0, Mal.Get L'b'ICA.U,"" 1.liii. .
and was there at the outbreak of the ..arbet..een learned with regret by her friends and and ability tha counsel for the State .CiBMia. awrtt&iy. t:
it would inflict much injury npontberailroads
the States.* He enlisted in'the may possess. There will be no delay in i
; the those of her husband.Mr. to enforce it. But if the judgment the matter. ;. .. Cba..... .......
t. United States Army and organized
I Flagler is at Mount Arlington N. of.the Commission has been wisely Sasday t1IIIoI Ie a. ...i... pwunh ......
Eleventh, Regiment of Illinois, l J., for the "rammer. 'When in''the city "I may say in conclusion that this J p. .... every ....,. General preyre ...es.Ing .
exercised and the three cent rate is litigation is business litigation. Thtdlita nnI..p at 7i" I.aibr.' peayieetiga ,
leer Cavalry. I don'tknowni ch about he lives at the LaD bani, No. 655 Fifth reasonable and then not mere Friday..twr'W. .....
his military life. It !*, related that he where Le has made j just, by potting These railroads are by their own reportsto vices 'rot,MQII 4 a" tartfuwik sandsys a. tIda I
avenue home into effect the three cent passenger rate, the Commission .' 11 .. M.sad JRK f. ... !. Ole ma. '
was captured and the Confederate officer since his.wife' making operatit-g: inn wUi fatted: talf s* keer V* f
: illness .,,_ .. awaj-Kmet. .. ..
*A1m\Af9 .Mtmna...... .....tia..... a -' _A .]I
lUC 4AUAUOUgreat -- ----eo Hire UM irfawr ainu -.nil'". WI
had him to expenses ana mating money besides
in charge was glad get
According to Dr. Macdonald there are the gli-l 10 ken yes ftaftd: tMMcM lad k*! ..I
rid of him; he was such an inveterate loss anti injury upon peopleof The question is, how much money? The Fourth Buadijr. ..mitt* wUl a* k.U u
SERMON OF KEF. & D. PAINE many phases of Mrs. Flaglers condition Florida. Laataaa at II a. m. Al U1JIIIIa_ at) tv ..
debater on religions subjects that he which justify him in :assorting that sheis The railroads contend it is not enough At Uor.toa,r *

... disturbed the peace of mind of the Con- incompetent to either herself "The passenger earnings at four cents to pay them a fair compensation on their Kcr.JCoogMgatUa, .. .Auaa. .... .

At tt* WMt 81 her afiatr in
or of h
.djr JHtht. Jnly 30 IBM. We find him in political e. In 1876 consequence ,meD- companies, from the people of Florida question arises in behalf of the *! Chiaub
tal derangements He describes her be K...a. fX: Put.. Psalm.Srrrleea.llls.N.aa4TMup.sa..
who travel within the State,
he nominated Elaine for President of the of may State and the people of Florida, and .
case as one chronic delusional insan ,
A large audience assembled at the United States:' This fairly estimated at six hundred thousand that is, how much bona Jide investment admit Md Ititwr tUSk C laS at to .L sa.ChrWI&a .
ity. shows itself in various ways dollars. A three cent rate would bea EMteivor at eau p. s*. .,*,..
Congregational Church last Sunday eve- We will notice his attacks on the one of which is imagining that., she is is there in this- railroad property, and Meeting .'CI1..II.l1.11 9 ..

alai to bear the sermon of Rev.&D, Bible. When living he challenged controversy being persecuted. twenty-five per cent reduction of this upon which a profit desired. ? Would

Paine on the life and beliefs of the late.0aL on religious subjects. especially In made I: amount and would amount to one hun the three cent rate with the other rates, St. Aan'a Cattelit Cbunb.lIPgiaalsg .
an affidavit Drr M.don-
by .
Robert 0. The minister of objection dred and fifty thousand dollars, duringone make such with Uadar..Jsitarjr "1k. t....
IngeraolL on the Bible. HU main points aId be declares that Mrs. Flagler!is laboring money over operating ex. ,,il 1.. ligly: Muwtmi ncnMNi irrry MiKUf
took for his text Acts xvii 22.23: the Bible be summed year alone. IV'ftjUtQ 1111. tnav .. .fai.. "_"'_''.'.'n.'tn..__ _. ; a., III nVLnrk .- AII..I.. Hrk. ." .1 __
to may up under the belief that she is the 1".1 v -- -- -rlad -
Vrjiiirvlri TdtuV. .
This of would have at **
Then Pant stood in the midst of in about five. Princess Ida Alice Van Shotten Teck large sum money- upon afair, valuation of such,property? Oa week c1a j.Sties will ha at T a, .. J

Kara Hi'J.-andsaid, "Ye men of Athens, First he asserts that the Bible is an and that she- bears- evidence. been in 4he pockets of the people of And the question is. what is a fair valuation .' -

I perceive that in all things ye are too impure book not fit to be read. We in her ;:nn. of, roynlheritage Florida.if, these two companies bad; on of the property. The reports of nvsidng at.* Uo4gt. $.. 4t,
$UtItioUL For u I passed by and the' J8th day of July, 1898, put a three I n1sahta .. Pythiss.
else. these railroads [made to the Commission
bcllcldU'devotions, I found an altar judge the Bible like everything by She also entertains a delusion that efforts .
into effect Meet Ft
with this inscription, Tu the Unknown. its fruits. If impure, it will make impure are being made to poison her; that cent passenger rate accordingto show their funded and capital stock art II...em.. vhltta f !bUy c. !bn&tt WI..IIIIII'dod.* nli U* btitait.OutU _
.God.' Whom, therefore e ignorantly the order of the Railroad Commission. IU11 ocr .aWiebo* toikfief. -
) the people who read it. One of she married debt to range $26,000 to $43,000
was never to M. Flagler 1. U. C.
; UaPpkssTT
worship declare I onto "The reduction in amount from four
1 you. the great evils of today is impure litera :also that her husband is dead. She believes per mile. Yet the valuation of this "'.. B11IID, J... It..01 L 6; Ie 54flFUNANDFACTS.
The ministry of Jesus Christ differedla I I cent passenger rate to a three cent rate
ture. It leads many of our young people times same property is assessed for taxation at
( that she is much
many things from that of his illustrious younger oil the other railroads in Florida, upon
into crime and vice. Go into aU the than she really is. She is fifty-one about, l7ooo per mile. Assuming, for
predecessor John the Baptist. years State passenger earnings, be fairly
prisons of our country all our penitentiaries argument merely its value to be $12,000 .
ascetic. He .clothed Incaesel' estimated to be at least hundred
John was aa old.In one mile
then this far less
value is than
and see if can find a single pr --
yon .ddi on to these delusionsF
hair and bad a leather girdle thousand dollars. So it, may be fairly
inmate that there on accoun"t of $26,000 and $43,000 per mile. If $12,000 Witty With
about his waist and his food ...locust came _h. _. physician says, she imagines the Czar of stated that if the three cent .cassenzer: .. ___ _:,_ :_ t.:. __'.._01__ .It .t.. _,a__ Sayings Interspersed
reading that impure book the BiDie. it Russia intenda to marry her. She imagines tv1 why u IUT vaiuuuuo oi ujc rauroau Business Bup1u.
and wild honey. He. preached in the rate is reasonable and just, then the .'
the arises the
is never found on the bar of the saloon, property question / s contention
also, that she holds communications
wilderness tf the more sparsely settled railroad companies in this State are
of the railroad
the gnubling table or in the companies that
portions of Judea. The ministry of brothel.never on Good men and women read it, with him frequently" through. vv an taking unjustly from the pockets of the they are not earning compesation upon "Did you' anything 01 a stray

Christ was mostly in the cities and large unseen agency. people of this State at least a quarter of their based pig along the road?" asked the
property investment
love it bad men bate It.
: Still another delusion is that she WaS
of Palestine and drank million dollars It the Cum-
towns He ate a annually.
idea tanner of Irishman who
the that an
Second it is a cruel book and is full they are not earning compensation wa past
with publicans and sinners and the divorced from Mr. Flagler two years missioners are right in their order, the this excessive and fictitious ing.
of the wars of extermination in Jewish and wi'l! never him She upon
ago see again. railroads in their
cvloginm passed upon him by the Phar are very.much wrong
is it that where the Bibleis valuation of their ptoperty. If Begorry"repU the BOB of Erin,
iaeuwuthathewuiwineblbberandgluttonous history. Why has a delusion that _her brother Charles refusal to it.
S read the most, war is carried on *in Francis Adams Shonrds, a Boston-merchant that is the contention, the Ins.er.1s "an 'how would (M be afther keowia ,
man ; that he cunsorted "The great question involved is this :
i most merciful ? China has easy viz : that they have no right to. "
the manner judge of the United States Supreme > a ethray pig from any other pig -
with sinners and social outcasts. / 0 the eat nings of the railroad companies such It is
no Red Cross societies, no Sanitary CommiSsion Court, and that he was instrumental compesation. asking a profiton Chicago Evening New.
Christ commanded his apostles to I warrant the Commission in imposing a that exists
capital merely on
Christian Commissions, has paper.
no in the divorce for
begin their ministry in Jerusalem theMetropolis obtaining three cent ratet Tf filirh, is! the fart..._th '! n.nn1* mare tUt tn..1 Bull Doe Shirts Made br. the Sweet
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and capital of ,the Judean given to no FJorence She also btlieves she is a great must Upon the reports of the railroad companies interest r--r--railroad Orr Co. are the beitn
no Clara Bartons. The only nations that cian and and this she collects AT SIRKIN'S BAZAAL
< poet, beyond and
nation. Then they went to Antioch filed with the Commission, which does not exist I do not know
modified and are trying to
Lystra crossed the Hellespont to Europe have war large quantities of stones! and pebbles upon other considerations, the Commission that such is the case. The railroads Salvation Army Loissfo-Bay a
the nations that believe in '
disarm, are which she rare and valuable -
preached in Pbillippi Tbessalo- the Bible. regards as a year ago, determined that the may have a satisfactory answer to the [. War Cry. sir? a
idea Brea Athens, Corinth IUd Rome. gems. These she keeps in silken earnings of the railroad companies warranted .
inquiry. I but state the apparent differ. I Staid Old Gentkroan-Be oft withyoogirl
it The only
Third degrades women. under the deusion: that of ..
Christianity commenced in the large bags, they are the imposition upon them of a between the value which the

I cities and in the: centres of commerce, countries where woman is respected and such great worth that they can be sold three cent passenger rate which they opinion ence of the public and of public I I'm a member of a peace
elevated and made the companion of -Pack.
culture and refinement for large sums of money.Dr. refused and still refuse te put into effectIn these railroad society.
officers upon properties
is.in the Bible reading countries.She .
; We are introduced to Paul in Athens man George G. Shelton, 'of No. 520 this State. Hence the Commission and the value placed upon this Fresh Supply of Florida and California
tonight! ; Athens, that great center of occupies her highest'poiltion Madison Ave., ..ho..u Mrg. FUgler's and the railroad companies are now faceto same by its owners, as shown Plums Peaches: Prunes and Pears. Only
Grecian civilization and culture. We America aud England. She is degradedin .physician before she lost her reason,has face with most important and difficult 4> the mile indebtedness existing Bananas in town-at Mrs. J1o< y per
see in imagination a small man, nnim all Pagan lands. : also made an affidavit corroborative: of litigation. upon.it." Mra. Crabehaw-My husband .U -

posing in outward appearance. St. The Bible, he tells us, is opposed to that made by Dr.Macdonald. Dr. Shelton "The State is to win or lose in the ... because the didn't
very angry paper
'Chrysostom, speaking of Paul, says: investigation and science. Every college describes Mrs. Flagler's disease as great contest. The people are to save IlIG. I INGERSOLL print the speech be delivered at the
in this I almost college -
country; say every incurable delusional insan this lose it.
"'tbislit.t1e man, three cubits high was "progressive Izso, taU enough to touch the heavens." On I! (there may be one or two exceptions ity." "The railroad companies have a dozenor Written for THE TEONCAL Sex. massmeeting. i

all'aide of bim were evidences of the ), have been founded and endowedby Mrs., Flagler was committed to Dr. more able and ingenious lawyers in The feet of the great agnostic who Mrs., Crawford-Did they ignore

Christian men and women-Yale, McDonald's sanitarium in March, 1897, this State in their employ, skilled by him altogether?.
greatness Athens. Beneath him! and for many ytars has waited at the
Harvard, Princeton, Oxford Cambridge.The pursuant to an order of Gilder. i "Worse than that. HU !
around him were temples and statues oi years of study and practice in corpo.aI -I door of this nineteenth ctntury to name appeared
German and French universities all sleeve of the Supreme Court based I "_
C1'Cf7lod in heathen mythology. Nearby on tion law. Besides they have able general among the 'also epokera.
aid in carrying the body of its
have been endowed and patronized by the certificates of Dr. Skelton and Frederick : away
counsel in other Statee. It is believed Judge.
was the Temple of Mars the Areop- but- i
the Parthenon some of the finest Christian people. Darwin, Huxley: and Peterson, both of whom declared by the Commission itself that dead Christ have lately crossed '

'r' qua.works of lit ever fashioned by human other great agnostics, as well as Robert that her condition was such as to justify the State will have to contest also in the portals of the shadowy land. I Instrument SQUARE PIANO in condition.for sale at a bargain. !

bind tome by Phidias and Praxitiles. Ingersoll have been educated in Insti. her detention in'a private institutionfor these suits with Mr. Baxter, of Nashville The language bas been taxed to SUM OFFICE. Inquire s-i&4f at \.

Above him was the famous bronze statue tutus founded by Christian money and the insane. She had been in the ,- who is one of the most. expert its utmost to supply adjectives in ;

cf Minerva, the champion of Athens, carried on by Christian brains. sanitarium of Dr. Choate, at Pleasant. corporation lawyers in the country and which his qualities and achievements Innkeeper-Have any luck .

: with helmet spear and shield. Athens He tells us that the Bible is an obsolete ville, N. Y., for several years before her particularly skilled by years of practicein might:; be fitly descanted upon by his Sportsman Yes; Poor shot.

book. growiug in disfavor all the commitment to Dr. Macdonald's institution State railroad commission there missed me twice.-Pack.
worshipped at that time oooo gods. attacking numerous admirers.- He is to be .
time. There never were so many Bibles but she was removed from there I
Pail, pasting by saw an altar to "The legislation. honored by a towering monument, White Duck Pants and Coats U the .
printed, and it was never so widely read for a time and was taken care of at her
the '
Unknown God." His soul was stirred "I. shall give personally greatest and in various other ways. But for thing at SIRKIN'S BAZAAL ,
as today. country home at Mainaroneckbeiog attention and labor to the conduct of
S within him at the ignorance of-the true ,
all this who envies him who
is At or Wool-Hope ia like a Waterburywatch.
He Christianity waning. under the
says of Dn RolandDu
God so he declared the true God unto pe.sonal charge these suits. But I have thought properto
that people. the commencement of the century we Jardin and several nurses. reccommend to the Commissionersthat would take his place? .

There are tfft facts that I want you to had less than 200 millions of Christians; Her marriage to Mr Flagler took they also employ Judge B. S. Lid- For surely God he cannot see, Van Pelt-How BO?

carry away with you from my rermon. today nearly 500 millions. We hate place on June S, 1883. __The couple haveno don, of Pensacola, and Mr. J. M. ]Barrs The Nor soldier all that saints chivalry, who of row bin on row Wool-Springs eternal.-Pock. ..

One II that man is a religious being ; made more Christians in the present children. She has been an invalid of Jacksonvile, to assist in conducting Borne upward each to hIM point of bliaa Boat building done right at borne I. .

that he will worship something. The century than in all the eighteen centuries several .years. She hasa]; sister, Mr this litigation. I reccommend Judge For humanity and immortality consist the most approved manner, good work.

second is thatunassisted, human reason preceding.: We have a better class Mattie John& n-, 'who lives in Granville, Liddon because he has had experience in in love manship and at living prices. Call oa
of Christians. Men don't bum each New York. f I. neither in reason nor ; Capt A. T. Rose.RobioaonHow.
cannot find out God, immortality, the litigation of this character having been
in the the animation of
She in her not body or
other today an honest difference of owns own right
method of salvation and the proper property associated with me in suits under the did yon like It at
I religious thought or pour molten which is mainly Standard Oil. securities, the heart of it, nor in the thoughts
former commission law and I
method of access to God. We need a reccom- that mountain resort?
S metal down their throats to make them valued at about$1,200,000. She also has fY Mr Rarra fwanop fie fiac crivpn nor stirrings of the brain of it, but __ _.,.._ ..
DIme__ __ revelation.__ ________ The, _Bible___, _is that___ mpnrf TL! .L n AL
n ------ --- ----- ----- -- -- 0" -- wenKina- well inn
orthodox. They did that once ; it can several hundred thousand dollars in much to the commission in the dedication of them all to Him rreuy except
study present
be done again. bank, and :in addition to this owns real the meals were so arranged aa to Interfere
never .
I am going to speak tonight briefly law, and has been for some time the who shall raise! them up at the last
estate St at times with what I wantedto
The main objection to Col. Ingersoll'sfaith at Augustine, Fla. ,
of the Commission andis
regarding the life and belief of the great attorney present
or want of faith, is that he went Mrs. Flagler's father was an Episcopal day.The do.
familiar with their
agnostic'of America Col. Robert C.Ingenull. proceedings."The benumbing ebadow of' a dead

An agnostic is one who about to destroy our belief in the Bible clergyman of Philadelphia, who diedin people of the State desire I am Christ and obsolete church fell Robinson-What did yon want to

and Christianity and gave us nothing in 1873. Her reason began to fail in 1896. that their interests shall not suffer do?
neither affirms denies makes
or ; no She is unable 'athwart the spiritual consciousness
now to
recognize even hor
its place. Give me a substitute for
.dogmatic assertion ; neither affirms or and I will"surrender husband. Her brother visited her_recently for the want of either money or counselto of' this man. Not his .the radiant Jenkina-Eat.-Puck.
denies existence of Christianity my but she showed not the protect them. I make the request for -
the a personal Deity, slightest
faith. Give something better. Agnosticism of vision of One who holds all coming Ladies' Wrappers, Mother Hnbbarils,
a stare life etc. It is opposed alike to sigh recognition when he spoke to assistant counsel because I am fully Linen and Crash Skirts, at SIRKIN'SBAZAAR.
has built no hospitals, opened up her. time in His encircling, arms, and
dogmatic skepticism1 or dogmatic theism. -----<.e aware of the magnitude of the interests .
no asylums for human misery and dis whose extended hand bestows im .
Involved the in the of
On Friday, July 21st, there passed Utrjar Will:.Attend.. difficulty way No need sending away from home for
tress. has. The
Christianity religionof '
away at Dubbs Ferry, N.Y., a man who getting at all the facts essential to protect mortality. any boats when Capt A. T. Rose can I
Jesus Christ is this : "Thou shalt love Two notable anti-trust Win the State's in the I Death holds no terrors for the man !
stood high in this country as a lawyer, the Lord thy God with all thy heart, meetings interests litigation yon one as fine or as cheap as you

as a patriot. ai a philanthropist, as aDoraM. soul and strength and thy neighbor as soon be held-one at Chicago and the and of the number and ability of who feels across the ten-fold complicated want. See him. and place your order. ,

as a model husband, father and thyself." Can any religion or any system other at .St. Louis--showing that the the counsel :who will represent those gulfthe answering thrill of a '

Cillzcr. lie died suddenly of heart disease of unbelief show me anything united newspaper denunciations of these large 'and, wealthy corp rations. The touch Divine. E. H. S. I Epworth League.. Program.-
grander? Let others do as they will; monster evils is having a railroad will resist these '4
without instant's and good effect companies suns
an warning
as for me, I will cling to the old Bible SUNDAY Aug. 6-3 p. m. \""' .4
'without a spoken word from'his lips. and the, teachings of the Galileean Peas- Attorney-General William B.. Lamar in the most dt fermined.manner. Every Special to the flen. Subject "The Love of God and WorldWide

His loved ones were all present when he ant. has been invited by the Civic Federation resource known to the law will be invoked .
iii 16.
of Chicago to attend the conference by them to defeat the Commission. Next week what is left of the immense Mission"-Jobn. ,

died.He was born ou August n, 1833 in Special .to the Ladies. on' Conibinatiaus and Trusts. to be held er's three cent rate. stock of the_ Boston Store:will be packed Leader- -Miss- Bessie-- Thomaspo. ";

Thesdea, N. Y., not far from Batavia. Next week the Boston Store in this in that city on September 1316.:and'he i "If these suits succeed, there are and To moved Save Money to another is much poInt.easier-than to Opening Song No. 50. !

His father was a Cangregationalist min- town closes its doors to the public. has also received an .invitation from enough claims against these railroadsnow I Make Money if you know how. Prayer.

isttr. His mother died when be was a Rather than stand the expense of pack- Governor Sayers, of Texas, to be' present on file with the Commission for Here is one 'way. Visit the Boston Store Song No. 47. f" ,

mere child. His father afterwards moved .lug and freight on goods I will save* at the Anti-Trust Convention of violations of the three cent rate, to fine and get anything we have at aad Below Scripture Reading John 3.16-Leader.
: money for myself by selling to you.at Cost. This is 110 dream. It is a simple References-Members. .
Ohio and Illinois. His father Rev. Governors
to LESS THAN COST. Attorney-Generals, to them for such violations in an amount
business proposition. It is money saved of
John Ingersoll, became a Presbyterian this week last meet in St. Louis into thousands of dollars. The Exposition Lesson-Leader.
Call -)our opportunity September 20. He running for me as well as for you. I save the
in Ohio. There is an entry on the and purchase what you need. I wish to I will attend Bbtb meeticgs, unless prevented costs of conducting these .suits, and the cost of packing and freight even whenI Meeting Open to Member. and Visit

church record of the Presbyterian church call special attention to our line of by business engagements. pay of assistant conns;! in that event, sell At Cost See the point? ors.

of which he was pastor, "Resolved, that'we Trimmings Summer and Fashionable Fall Dress Shirt Goods Waists.Silks, -S. will be paid from these collected fines Specialties : Men's Shirts Clothing for dress, Furnishings Reading-Miss Kennedy.

Rev. John Ingersoll $o a For Sale at Rare Bargains I iato the Negligee or "Duett-Mrs. Sheen and Mrs. Adams '
pay year Skirts Ready-made Underwear, Ladies' and the paid every 'djy use. Shoes at Half Price.

salary providing we can raise it." In and Children's Shoes at Soc. on the$zoo. Stock of Merchandise Dry Goods, State Treasury. The law so directs. This is No Fake Sale. Monday we pack Reading-Pierre Branning.

those days they did not often raise. it. When I say Less Than Cost I mean Notions, Shoes, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings From the above it may be seen that all that is not sold. Come at once and Song. .
3 It contradicVt exactly what I say. Call |at once and Jewelry, Store Fixtures etc. you're sure to find something you Prayer.
There are many apparently these suits of interest to the
I you will see that I mean business. ,I Reason for seliirg, other busiuess de. are great want. Announcements.Song; .
stories about his early life. Some MRS. IlANDElSMAM, mands people of Florida. The Commission
7 time. THOMASON & BROWN. MRS. J. IlANDELSMAN, No 137.Benediction. .

r IfU.M that his father"was a stern, dog- Boston Store, West Palm lk'1Ch.I I I 8 j JV'tst Palm Beach Fla. appreciates whgt this litigation means. Boston Store West Palm Beach. : SSr t' ,
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