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 10, 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: UF00075915:00576
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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PERSIMAt. : Be Careful What You Say, ; lIN \.S.}'THE Leave the Past Behind You.

r $. Jt 1-1. i \ f Ia peaking of a perron'*faults, ..' ..-_. Written for Taor'rccaa, S cv I'; ,
Pray doo\ forget owe; A'lld
EKC**. ,topic u They Con* a1.1 Qo-Pe le Remember,those with your homes of, glass., What the Sun's Men Heard In The of Interesting Items From Leave And the to the past future behind look you; Scraps- -of:tT News About This and That

: ,You May or May Not Know. Should never throw stone; Lively Local Whirligig.. .J Regular Correspondents. And with a dauntless courtge ,.., aad Different Things. .
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If we have nothing clue to do Bach misfortune brook.
,.' But talk of those that airs;. -..- 4 .g, --." --r' --.s- .

'J,-? A lUlaaca of Personal Itemt-VUKon Tis better we commence at home A Mirror of Minor Happenings, Aeel- wrgcaretiiIy_ : tompile&sad Confined to thatYbtch Strive Whatever to drive from mem'ry Newsy Notes and Items ct Interest if t
vexes you. .
tbs City, ud Citizens Putting And from' that point begin. dents, Comtaf Events, and a is of NM iBitrtJt'to the And, with steady purpose, : Everybody in General and JiOH"yIn ;'*

Out of the tit,. We have no right)judge a man Galaxy of.Current Gosjln.i t, CUiiens of Dade Couaty Dutj's way pursue; Particular. '

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Should we not like hU company,- .
r. ., Ltrfl> Pop01tu one to Atlanta on a S We knov th; world If wide; The Ladies' Aid 'Society will meet at fDELEAY- D01SCS.L You have no time to fret;. I Inman Fisher is having.Improvements ;

\b'ta ta&tioa ri' Some may have faulu-waod*hoas not?J'-. the Congregational parsonage Friday t. Have each day't work finished i made on his house next to the F. E.. C.
iaae A XJ .
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I" >( a 4 !'" The old at wen aa yoen{- ; J i afternoon at o'clock. Schabenger is preparing another sun setJ. passenger station. ,
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&Coetl weft t Titusville this morrt- :l Have fifty to their one. I a|..of. land for pines. West Pelm Beach. Fla Aug. t,189. Father Fagatt 'AiU celebrate Holy
rafewd Kfe ;' The Ladies' Aid Society met Fridayat Miss Lane returned from Palm
< ;.: Lillie t ... Mass at St. Anne's Catholic Church next
Then let wli''e -
.. l L- us all commence the home of Mrs. Sackett. This week Bench 1
4 I TfiLud for, .. Tuesday night. \ Sunday morning at to o'clo.'k. Father
IL. W.. Palmer .returlle4..N..oltJ Tblf-cjtl, n .weriwodtddo they. are to meet at Mrs. Paine's. i'1'lWalker'held, services at the How to Grow Healthy, Potatoes. DeBurne has beta called to Tampa Bay
tnoroing from a short visit to 'Boca To those weliltle know ; >
school-house '
'. t.. kemembercuiaea tometnnis, like H. B. Luce is now stationed, at Ormond. ast Sunday evening Potato growers who want to have po 0: Castellano proprietor of the illaml '

,., J t1f" :res&tthfj nW \ Our chick tu*, roost at home As supply agent on the F. E. C. >Several witnesses went to Palm Beach tatoes with bright,clean skins free from Bottling Works, has erected a new plant

\. ') Ai> : : A she bi tb r r ''. ,, Doptkpeakbf; ,others1 our'ovn.faults:ualil. .. line Bro. Luce is hard to keep up with, .Tuesday to testify in the S.J. Lane trial. scab, should not neglect to use the necessary with greatly enlarged facilities Miami

: .f -ifA.;B. Otwel 1, left this week for a visit to '., We have. none, of .....SOulh..f1I PythianIngersoll'saLast. Vii: J. Sterling and F, L. Tenbrookwere precautions to have them so,advises and js better equipped 'and better prepared .

South Haven Mich. t J _i,1.... Rev. S. D. Paiue will preach Sunday! Palm Beach on buslne s1'uesday. Tick's Magscine. First, plant on.new than ever to handle the splendid

'C Metcalf:**-- the'. ', number t r I evening at 7:30 on "The Starting Point Rev J. L> Thomas will preach his i soil or that not already infested.with the trade he'is building up on the bier

p wu among of Christianity a Strong Evidence of its farewell sermaa here next Sundayevenftig. scab fungus, for it is proved that the East Coast. Mr. Castellano is a hustler
toy .4"titago ttharesgtson to "
Alta I Truth. fungus lives in the soil for a year or two. and a reliable and salutatory man with

Jacksonville Tuesdaytin,7Tli I The last public utterance of Robert Second, having washed the seed potatoes .whom to do business. IIuIF
': ; DtcileATuerfay for Chicago G Ingersoll was a .denunciation of the In the absence of E. M. elsford in I John Marshal and Mr. Sturcel have immerse them iu a solution of corrosive ,

and the Atlanta the North, Justice Enoch Root is presiding returned after a month's trip in the ,a
Philippine( war, : Journal -
to enjoy a vlalt'it the home of her '' sublimate in order to kill any scab In a letter to the editor from a lady
over the destinies of the Palm 'glades,
says it was.an eloquent and power. '
daughter la tbs city .G, fungus. Use. i}* ounces.. of corrosive who visited this town tor tome njoatha
ful indictment of the policy of conquest Beach postoffice. G. S. Adams instituted a K. O. T. M.
sublimate in of Dis- last she
Emile Antonnroad 15 gallons water. season, urges the desirability of t
F from' severali weeks'Wednesdayv visit to and subjugation. Col. logersoll duringhis Lodge here last Monday evening with solve the corrosive sublimate in two I this town for academic Institution,
sight a the
life said which oflended Mayor WhiUdin's'necottage: at thirteen '
many things members. of hot water then add I and concludes with
gallons gallons the teiti
13 foliolag ,
.frfcadi aid relaUvesJnOeprglItiM .' corner, 0( Olive and! Datura streets is
he assailed ,
public opinion ; many thingswhich finished and it is indeed architeitnral MI'S Edith Nokes, of Palm Beach, more fo water.,Use a large tub or barrel. monial to the healthfulness of the place I
an -
:' Sara. Moses, left Sunday night the great masses of our people now returned home last Saturday after en. Metallic vessel will be corroded by the "During the past three. years I have .
for UUml whtrte she '!J the guest of considered sacred. But in this la a place. liquid. Place the potatoes to be treatedin travelled over most .f the territory aU

a Mrs, C- H.. $radfcy?.formerly pf thIs {public! ,expression his principles I Ophelia Odom, a sister-in-law of Pro J,.Smith, of Hypolaxo,.has moved to 1 a large, cou se 'sack and sink in into of the Mississippi and from Canada,to
believe for
.. id*joke tit,!we of J .E. ,Jones? formerly .of the colored UJajglace to become a permanent settler the liquid' allowing it to remain i* West Palm Beach, and have fouoA BO

*Rev; C. 8. :Long, Pastor, and B 71. his fellow ii1Ui&t.kjutiee-'Of-a citiien ,lie :utij.rity. schools here- was buried Saturday.=:"tier and accumulate Vfortiiiie with the lucky!. hours. At the end of that time lifyhem( place where I enjoy good, health u stat

Of. delegate of the t'. M...W! Church1, "I have one seutlment says for'the soldiers death was' caused by blood.poisoning, ones in this thriving village. out and turn them out on a floor'to dry Wet Palm Beach ; consequently: I

fart'.at:rilatka'IhViAnnual f}idii; Ule cheers for the ,living and tears for the resulting from a rusty nail that entered .4' when they can be cut and plauted. The have ,decided" to locate there pcnca* .

Conference of tjiiadenomjnationRev i. her foot nearly three years ago, causingher Jack of potatoes can be conveniently nently. .
; dead If i it.were meet to weep over the I1lIGOI11 IICTTEKISGS.
bandied in in and
lifting out of the
trouble and suffering ever since. '
S. D Paine and wife expect to sacred dust of the br"ve'who died to A Boston woman, a member of tie
barrel of lever
by means on
Pinta-was a apostnear
leave on, their vacation trip net render our flag stainless and keep it in --.... The hauled out the barrel sufficiently high to work Woman's Christian Temperance Union, q

Monday. Rrv. J. L. Thomas, the pastqof the, sky, it is now in order to flood the Of Unsound Mind. Wednesday for repairs. easily'something like an old fashioned was recently traveling to the Pacific

the Presbyterian Church at Debra}, graves of the boys who are falling iu the __._ ... Miss Caroline Zairs. of Key West, wasa welt swee Asthe eorrnJve tiiivlnf* i" I coast-- -over- -the- .Northern'Pacific. railroad.

will occupy his pulpit most of the time Philippine islands For they are not I In the matter of S. J. Lane, referred truest of Mrs. Geo. S.-Rowley Tuesday. I i poisonous c'Y care should be taken not to Now North Dakota is a rigid prohibition e

be U fighting to add luster to "Old to in of last week the commission state. and the dinir gears hue this notice i
while absent.. Glory" or .our issuer The' pineapple plantations in this touch it to the hands, especially if the
I .. !, to save the Union,but as mere machinesat appointed by Judge Ileyser to inquire posted up in them : "No intoxicating
---- vicinity are now being treated to their skin is broken ; also to keep the treated
the behest of the administration, into Lane's condition Of mind met liquors will be served while the train U
summer fertilizing.The tubers from .
The Sultan's. Gifts. away poultry.-N. \: ,Fruit-
-:- which for the time being is the government iu West Palm Beach on :Tuesday last. passing through the state of North Da
nun's Guide.
U. D. Hendrickson fleet
On the -day of the month of of the United dates. War with The commission is composed of Dr.R. B. that took kota." The train had been rolling along :
the Seat to Miami has _
&chaw.at, in the yes 1254 of the He- Spain, for which the volunteer took up Potter, J- C. Stowers and L."W.Bnrk- yet but is expected daily. not returned -- through that interminable state a bag !t.

in1-: witch U the Arabian .of anus has long since ended. Congress hardt. The commission, after careful School Questions and Answers. time when the Boston woman, who is
way: Miss Kate Sears, of Little River, is .----.- interested in into the
writing December as. 1839-ihe sultanof baa not declared war against the Fil investigation and examination of a number temperance, came
visiting friends in this vicinity these An given in of the CamBridge for her dinner.
Oman whose name was Seyyid Saood, ipinos nor voted money to carry on a of witnesses, reported to Judpe i. answer one dining car Casting her i

r Bit Sultan Bin Ahmed, addressed a foreign conquest Then why this Heyser that, in their judgment, Lane days and wishing she still was a resident local examinations, was particularly eye out of the car window upon a somewhat
(radons: letter to "fan eicelledcy. Martin thunder of guns, the flung thunderboltsof was of unsound mind and not fully res- of this neighborhood.. : bright. The quesjiou was in mechanics changed landscape, she said to t $

Van Buren. president of,t4e,,United hell and these' new-made graves as p jusible for his acts, and that he ought Some West Palm Beach, Lake Worth and_. was', ."Why_u _.will a pin not the waiter, with purely geographical

States o>-.torth America",, {I1.tfdch .he numberless as,the stars? to lie kept iu confinement. and Mangonla young people gatheredat balance on its point t.Hte reply 'was: interest : 'Are we still in North Da

informed the president that b'h d sent Our arms are not adding, glory t,) tbe This, to cay the least is the most chriuble Miss Rose Sanders' last week Friday "Firstly, because a point being; that kota?" "No, wa'aul"uid be, alertly,

s by the royal, ship .""Snltanee" a few flag! but ,instead ,are. staining that conclusion that could be reached evening aud enjoyed themselves. which has no magnitude, cannot stand and with a hospitable grin ; "whaVjl

trifle a/a.token of friendship and good starry emblem of freedom with the bloodand I on Lane's behalf, for if he_ had been i The steamer Phoenix Capt W. H. upon what des not exist. Secondly, it i you take to drink, ma'm?"-Boston

tears of a people fighting for the found of mind his will, if you slick it in." "The people Transcript
feeling. These trifles consisted of two sane conduct of a Sanders has had hauled out at Gale & "

fAitrbitrl 1 o i I ailt theft! "groom: onebottle !"rights of self-government. The soldier week ago would no doubt have resultedin Co's. ways and he will leave it out till of Htrculaneaum and Pompeii: died from ... .. *

ii not to blame: It has always been cOn- his bound an eruption" was the answer to a question Stray Fact*.
of attar dt roses two pieces<< of being over to the County its services are again needed this coming i .. '
gold, five demijohns of rose-water, one sidered a glorious thing to die fighting Court on the charge of assault and battery season. concerning the deaths from the i : II
I eruption of Vesuvius in A D. Japan has only one sporting .ae it-
for truth liberty and eternal great 89
Persian carpet, one gold ornament with right. But on his daughter. Lilly.: The Jacksonville excursion Tuesdaywas .
L a silk, tassel four camel's hair' shawls! when one falls in the Philippine war It is unfortunate that Lane has a Urge taken advantage of by Mrs J. H. and an eminently practical answer to a paper.Bostoncontainslhreepensiobenofthe :

there burns no halo of glory above bisdust f imily who have no means of question as to where Magna Charta was I
ODe foUj-monuted sword two, large support Dick to start for Chicago on.a visit to ve 1
but his sad uncalled bis aI I signed:; was "At the bottom. war of 1812.
untimely confinement Jwhile
during their
pearls, a string of iso pearls, one gold personal son and daughter there. Her little
death causes tears to mot ten the OF safety is doubt Tbe idea that job hotses were so called A Chicago woman makes her f
plate oae bottle of diamonds one gold eyes no enhanced by daughter Myrtle accompanied her. living: by
Bttff-box Studded with precious stones, every patriot in the land. Therefore his absence, and the quiet of the neighborhood because they had to endure such a lot is washing cats.China's 1J
Capt. C. E. Merchant has been
tad one boa of nixed precious stones when he falls in such a war his bier will 'be in less danger of dis expecting distinctly original, and showed a good.; detective force is the best
to north and his wife
go join of deduction in the child who
s Ud diamonds. Under the constitution should be draped in the deapest mourning turbance. power organized one in the world.
who is visiting her and other
parents for it
I the president is prohibited from accept- and drenched with the tears of his I -tea. relatives. '. and friends in Boston, cr tia was-----S--.responsible.. _;\..while.ooqUeiIlUU __'- _.to... the An artesian well in Missouri has been .
----- -- -- what the
-- Take Colonel Stot- Dar Was Two. ui a. high tuuiui was,
fellow-countrymen Only sunk to of feet.
lag a personal gift from any foreign started Tuesday, thinking that a depth 1,100 .
was as with a Children
answer was one steeple.
state or and as the sultan's gift zunbnsg as an example. N3 braver, The Christian Endeavor 1
power being good a time as he could Society has
vs to
truer soldier uuiform I Jim Webster was tried for brib- auy go who are at that age when they object to
ever wore
bad arrived in New York and the comBuader Jacksonville on excursion rales. more than 3,300,000) names on its wit,;. < i
of the "Sulunee" would not marched in the shadow of a flag. He ing a colored witness, Sam Jjhnsing the term child, frequently make inis-

without his master'sofferings only recently remarked that he was sick testify f-Jsely. One of your town attorneys thinks the ttkes as ludicrous as their younger A queen bee lays about 1,500,000 eggs i
presenting of such a war at.d looked forward to the 'You say the defendant offered you i bicycle: path from town to Riviera could brethren. during her short life of four or five' T,
embarrassing ,
an complication
wu the outcome. The matter was I uear junction when he' and his brave' $50 to testify in his behalf? asked the be greatly improved, especially the The two following examples come years 1-

finally referred to congress, and after volunteers would be relieved from killing I lawyer, of Sam. section of it from here to Riviera. He from the examination papers of; the In Chicago is made,45 per rent of the. : 4

red men who are fighting for independence. "Yes, sar." knows whereof he speaks, as he j.erson- Britannia, the boys on board of whichare vinegar manufactured in the United k
three mouth of cone&pondejice,
arid legUlilvm the.altu' He arrived on the battlefield freah from "Now repeat what he said, using exact ally sampled it for the entire distance from thirteen to sixteen years of States. i

tape, diplomacy ; the arms of his wife at Manila ; at the .words. one day the latter part of last week. age. The question was t "Why is there Nebraska in 1803 adt'cd fS.oro.tuo to :
Christmas presents were finally
t accepted ; and then the president was head of his regiment, leading a charge, 'He said he would give me Iso if I-" .. a circumflex accent on the e in e'er?" its land mortgage debt. In i&- that ; i
fell "He didn't speak in the third One answe/ occupied two pages of fools debt
he pierced through the heart. person was reduced bv f 6,000,000.Thet .
the f filing thetorses Signing the Declaration.
I to ,
trouble I
put ,
did he ? It told how in the Middle
cap. Ages
What great principle did Le die for? 1
while number of children and
the shawls ad.the. rose-"ater, youth in
ouch Sam was given the further troubleof Will the administration please answer. I "No sab ; he tuck good care dat dar When the document of-- human----- there was a great controversy as to the___ United _5ta.tf'_._!_:_i!_: '_: rifil_'412 f\f_. the segX18,132areenrolledinSnndaysch.als

finding a place to store the Gainesville Sun: were no third pueson round ; dar was liberty since the day of Magna Charta whether the accent should be grave or J .
suttable .
t only two-us two." acute, and at last being: unable to come ;
$ anti aft wards p... I was finally passed, it is related that John .
tctnaiqing &iJ / .f a| pnt The nails of two fingers never grow !
"I know that but he to other the
; spoke to you in Hancock any agreement contending
I in signing the document "in
in captnriiig the thief with the f
great expense lust for the first decided to each same rapidity That on the ;
Orange the
Pay person, didn't he? parties give way to
t who carried off the entire collection in a ,.. letters large enough for George III to cuddle<< finger gros fasted, that on the "
"I was de fust pusson myself, sah other and put both accents, with the ;

bag and was only caught after a long i McCullough Bros., of Atlanta;Ga gota "Yon don't understand me. When he I his read comrades without the spectacles necessity urged"hanging upon result that the accent ,on etre was a thum the slowest. ?j t '. ;!

\1', cbuc.-Ladicl' Home Journal. i verdict for$437.86 in the Superior Court j\ was talking to you did he say, 'I will i together in this matter." "Yes, indeed combination of the acute and grave-. In France there are 6,000,000 smokers. ': I t

, --.. before Judge Candler in their suit '" London Standard. Of every 15 there are 8 who smoke ;, I,
! Ipayyou'5D' interrupted the facetious Ben
t: The Literary and Social Club. against the Georgia railroad for the loss I' he didn't say nothin 'bout. Franklin ; "we must all hang separate. .... cigars who use pipes and ouly 2 addicted i j t!

of a carload of oranges. The orangeswere payin' me $50. Your to cigarettes. Still these comparatively ; i
Poi you name wasn't ly. "When it comes to hanging," said ed. a i
'I raocaAU ACCCST iaRollcall shipped from Tampa in 1894 and he ef (: few smc.kers&JG.oooooo cigarettes + i f
mtnt'toned'ceptin told eber I got I Harrison, the luxurious Heavy gentleman --.,,- I. 1 j
: quotations from Scott. were delayed on the road. On the arrival inter a scrape you was de best lawyer in (. from Viginia (President HarriI A good, strong clarinet or cornet :' a >ear-Ex. I ,1

Cvrrcat Events-Mrs. Anthony. at Atlanta the fruit bad,spoiled and San Antone to fool de judge and dc ;
i jury I son's great-grandfather, to the little, player who is either a painter and sign- .

Sketch of Woodstoca-Miss Potter. suit was filed against the railroad.. The -in fac1, you was de best iu town to meagre Gerry, of Massacluse.ts, "I writer,a baker or a carpenter, to corres- 'f It is only an error in judgment to : : ;

t Aurora Leigh-Misses. .. Willson. and case has been pending for a long time, cover up reskelity." *shall have the! advantage of you. It will pond with S. II. HAPPERSETT; i make a mistake but it shows infirmity I t tof
I. .If and this trial was the third one.-N. Y. For a brief breathless
moment the be all over with me long before you I\ Sec'y. Lake Worth Band, character to adhere to it when di*. 1 cC

pub Life-airs; Moses.. 't Fruitma4'sGuide '*!*., *,'_ trial r was suspended. -.Ex, have done kicking in the air."-Ex. West Palm Beach, Fla vered.-Bovee. t I I

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y j liFE. oliabes them"c3 with too same till they THE ,$A1TIMOBl :T4IIiOR& ? /' : r., ->-
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toldIt ... : "
-witmased thin opera tlOD. Bat lam ABE SAFRANEK'. k,80N, ', '
U a Tagato custom,from olden time. ; ** Your StationerySuit
juAGUS or1 Does
Eliz Archard Conner Describes Let my weak pen-that is to eay my *
-form for you a word painting
Housekeeping la the Orient. typewriter of our klfcben. U will give yon a The Three, Friends' .

i better idea of tbe real household! civilization Tailoring- : Company.. You ?....
of Spaniards in Manila than, .

nuMrnro UTE 1 SILS STILL IH USE. anything le: can. It is_a rough room The 1

t with'a trick floor. In tbe center are SUITS AID PANTS LUBE TO CHEn is nothing
.: four oblong stones 1$ Inches in height Next to his wearing apparel

... tW X.ll Wart CUtfcUck ore Upon tbf1e.fe. t, A circular iron plate about u
[ | Ba.k. .! (I* i'Mis-De"rltl .- four feet acrow. What is tbe thing t It Cleaning, Pressing and .RepairingA a really neat nan is so particular'

1! .. .! fill.!.. Kttel.e. rt4. is oar cooking range-absolutely that. the quality and appearance of his Stationery.

} leevaet gent/....AR' OK 'he.1eII Upon tbe plate sit five earthenware Specialty. ,. .. business
if I' e...... vessel Wen the cook begins opera'lions FIT m WOH11UHSH1P GtURASTKD. I And in very trutn15 does proclaim his -
be taken a few ridiculous little
I Skfuua. sticks and kindles! a fire in tbe earthen WEST PALM BEACH FLA. as a neat fitting and stylish suit of Sun.;
In this '
May 18-Tbe line vestek If be has five different articles .

tot climate-the line between essential to cook he makes five different fires. -- clothes proclaims the man. -'
.. 'BQdeaty and merely conventional modesty There ia. not a chimney to the kitcb "
=defines itself sharply and quickly. en. Bo far a* 1 have been able to observe G. W. IDN R '., > -,i,, ,..,,
,OIrtaID1, the second consideration In t there'is pot a chimney to a kitcb- It will, if it is } -

Arcs hers must be coolneea A nan enl ID Manila. Tbe smoke simply rises &SN.j 4/;; A Chance to 'd oJOb11 i{our
where be scarcely ceiling, out through tbe by :: ". .I
eoffitt to the point to the passes furnished you _, > ,.'.
minds even if bia beet girl should see windows and spreads through tbe honor.So -

hint Itt py;anas, while the IOUM flowing it was In the beginning when the and piicians i
lobs which the"VUJKH'm page of the aboriginal negroes cooked rice in Manila Jewelers the right kind of a house, preteDtMet tp -
laD*u bewKpaper; tells on po real Lady ;so it ,U today and will be till the

will ever wear flrtr-t In tbe privacy cf ,I Americans get establinhed here. Few Watches, Clocks, Jewelry* "pearance and make a good Impression which

h. own room becomes exactly thepropel. sputa are more uninviting than a Goods Strings etc.
sod becoming robe ben. Doors kitchen. The walls are begrimed Musical would not be the case it you peed shoddy

cf mart be Itft open "ltolld'l with tbe soot and smoke of generations
room Backs
circulation marks of probably Magellan Ink Blank paper that was poorly printed.
daring the day to secure and the finger Stationery ,
of ar.! It closed at all it is at, night. : and bit mea: The simplest con ..' Now while speaking of houses that are
cool and most primitive backwoods .
when thstenpottture becomes veniencee of the NEWS DEPOT
agreeable. !f kitchen in the States are lack. DAILY PAPERS. "right,".we must not fail to mention '
Walla are tblo. If your neighbornotes I: ing. The only way to preserve peace -
it ia itnpolbl not to hear LSin. mind here, mules one can revolutionize
And It, la attonWiing to find ont bow \ everything and turn tbe whole set of Fine Wa.teh 1 Jcul y Rep>> ttin! I
is i.i
people do breathe audily In tbtir native servants out perk and crop <
alloy next mine a white i near that miserable altar IX ALL IlBAJiCUES.Scil&oU The! -
s, Jeep. In tbe room i never to go
,__ '.: nan snorts loud e&ougb to shake tbe where decent food is daily sacrificed Block West Pall Bud .

j okiiiiii's

.. Clematis Avenue Tropical i

p Store-:1- j
Supply unj

,ii,, Florida, .;, ... >
-West Palm .

l 'Le' 7f. : 1 1'Ity J. D. MATHS Pioprietor. i Mark t tYou

(taccoMt&e Braes *| .b"aU 6ntrj

Mr Motto-"Quick!Sales and Small Profit Which enjoys a well merited reputation for It firyW fa Su""

I' Bakery Goods and furnishing high-grade work. THE SUN has withPoultry" .'

Family Groceries the best equipped Job Office along the. East 61i1 11M at UtiC PfkH.

% .MY Specialty.' and is better prepared now than ever
>"":, IS 4J .... Coast, Pre 11 Pork
;:! Goods delivered free to any part before to meet all the requirements of the
J.?'., of tbe City or across the Lake. ) Beef

all Orders Given Prompt attention. trade in that line.. .

Goods First-C1ass and Fresh. Highest .
j' .,. _umesw prices paid for country produce.Buy Eggs
t. \ of me and I will save you money. 6-J. tllgh grade Work
I Native Keats a spectalt,

-4" LAUNDRY WOHK IN MANILA. Is.the kind THE SUN does, =
"I. -- iw lclts\ .
; Geo. S. Hacker & Son YoarratrooigeMftrkel
dead.Outside There are 10 persons, all told under Itreet.
S ruta" walls and wake the ea BftsjM
tbe partition on the other side our roof. The house is the average and the only kind. We have found throughan BEACH.Wnt .
residence bvra. There is not a IMS WEST PALM
of tbe brown servants, Spanish number of
of tay room one of water. extending over A I
lying his mst upon the floor tap or faucet in it.or a drop experience .

i,, snares like Macbeth., too and Tbe mumbles dog upon tn the bis stonetepa'snores. fel ep An for old the well purpose is in of the washing yard. from dishes which under and ,{ *',-* ._t- years that it pays to do this, for when you Delli __ Sttt __ -:

watering the horses! stabled will stick knowingthat
and outdoors beneath my get a customer he ,
I water U-dcawo fefa fech ThndAUtifle
of boude
bone dues the same. I never the rear our
window knew be(I bra that boisea snored. in the poisonous old oaken bucket Webav3 what is done for him will be done atom;
of the
I there When will aftlraan ba an immense settled here importationof finally, water beard used by about 19 persons All! the Is feet carried by and in a manner that will be both pleasing .jJ Capital trt0i040.G.

I i American conveniences for houw our servants from the fireplug acjosa ., ted lip CGpita,15ODO.
kwpiag. Upon ruy sea), I believe that the street Our washbowl are emptiedby and attractive.
of Tagalos.
landed fromtbs the numerous
when the Pilgrim mothers OfftC 83tS.H.DtSICX
carried out one at a time
bad better house- basins are :
Mayflower back Every time MANUFACTURERS OF 1 r 1tl..L,
emptied and carried I I -
: pIDI1Itttr'liit.tblintheHeanttdi1nviani I L 3. wsshwa Us hnnd-L, a TdiralnH s And that's theCheapest HtMHICXSQ, rlH-hallHl.
nave in MAnilaaday alter ixwracr <>- U. D,
I, tall Spaniard the etII1toriN of occupartloa If wall \ picks i op,that basin, carries it a distance ,:Doors, Sash, 0fO. 1. HAXKIS6, 0WlU.Ofkt .
and out of here. .of 00 feet empties it, pours clean -
There time Spain is not got for up instance, so simple a ,' water into it and carries it back_: over Blinds, MouldingsAND after all. Hocan ho4 n...a a p..
intbU whole the 60 feet. Such a thing as a large -
washboard -
thing at nnlrbi a some of the American I,mil with a cover and spout, a vessel in StIRIw.c....Tr uatlteon.eu.uproauI
town Material
have it An American lady which one man could carry twice a day Building i1U" M day sfreceipt.
army searched boys the city over in vain to get I water for all the boarders' basins ia unheard CHARLESTON, S. C.ti" Even though you might be able to send elsewhere Drift ke fctaa4eaUM 1M sia
Tb.l1dln laundress I or laundwer of., It would cause a revolutionand elp&I cltJelal tM Ooisi etataa. brie
toe. 1 t Factory South. Stationery and save possiblya
a* the case may be, dips the garments would be dangerous. Largest for your '
much of it. either This is bow the boarders take their Send for, Prices. several
Into water not too. I order amounting to
the family of tbe Spanish few cents on an '
baths jest as
tuba soap upon them and then poundsthem O'DONOGllUE-
with wooden club as though she officer of rank who inhabited the mansion take dollars, remember that time is consumed and
accustomed to
formerly were
breaking stone bpon a
or macadam road. Everything U pounded theirs I There ia a forlorn looking base-Avery delays occasioned in doing eo, and that if THE ALL /IOU'D '
the dirtThe ment room with a brick pavement.
clothes except
of the
spat rang i river as it flows through shady looking old tank or tub, mistakes should occur, you will have more or -----
river perhaps 60 years old la in the place.Not PIITHPJ1
Manila M match for the Chicago
a .
tn portly. Yet on the banks of the a drop of water anywhere. A gentleman less trouble in getting them reciifiei. .
of natives lodger wants a bath. One of the t .
!'asi day by day scores "
squat ou the ground and, as they be- i servants gets under a yoke, to the ends Uu coat to stay U Wtsl Pslsa

lie", wash\ tbe bundles clothing they of which are affixed two ancient kero- Anadvertisement<= Guarantees ., prepared
carry there in huge. flat baskets upon sene cuna. tbe kind used for shipping The Sun Beach u4 U sew fully

their heaOa.i the oil and goes tothe corner coming do work to gratify his pttrosi.Stiiin .
Your native servant Dever stands or. back with them full'of water. He motions Satisfaction
tbe gentleman to stand in the
to do
civilised any
sits like a person .
The distinguishing tank Gentleman prefers to stand outEula. (
work. one

sort characteristic ability to sit upon of the a chair.white race Wheu ia: our the.''I tbe.gentleman Very good.with The Tagalo a trash will if scrub be 'inTHE and is right here at home where it standsltcumetancas ip). Imii M,

boy, Pa----. cleans the knives, be : wishes. Tbe essential part however ia at all times and: under all a WIST PALM BSACH,
bather to stand still and let tile ready
the brick floor of the kitchen for the t.
squats upon 0 -
that floor servant poor water over him. To standstill SUNJ the letter. It you
and lays the knives upon \ to fulfill its contracts to
after be has cleaned them. There wheretbo and have water poured over you
'* hundreds of tracks of naked brown that U the Spanish-Manila idea of have are not satisfied.wi1.h work you may have

Imprinted daily the knives and tug a bath. When you have done that will
are to the goddess wish change in the
and a
fork with which you eat your dinner I you have duly paid gotten elsewhere
their alleged cleaning.: It yon I of cleanliness
tie after .
trick You will readily see that for all this style or grade of your Stationery,
were to hint that it was a dirty 3
buainesd a host of servants is bring /
thus to put them upon the floor the fiddling t .
them there required. In fact it takes at least three
who placed
would brown be man astonished. Be would think of these puny natives to do work that Send in a trial order :*-,'-.. SUBSCRIBE

h you were mildly out of JOur bead.Damaso cne white person or one well trained and will
; ia the name of a whiter who Chinese would accomplish: in leas time. for anything you may.need
small family requires four of .
shines tbe cutlery our bouse. HeU Even a
greatly in request among several youthful : these little brown men. such as they area 'em
quick.Just FOETHE
t and nndevout boarders at oar house coachman, a stableman a took anda bring in the office or counting room-Letter Heads,
If there children ..
on accoa&t apparently of his nam6.amUQoMIl'tent house servant are
on the 'firm syllable I nurse ia also wanted. The servants : Note Heads, Statements, Ttigsf Envelopes,
They put an "1" to the last syllable' themselves are. however, not tbe worstof try it. SUN.
,,,b \ht1Ipeak it and shout out in the trouble the housekeeper here gets Cards, Bill Heads, Bills of Lading, Counter
order for soft boiled Into The Tagalo who works for you .
8pani tU: eggs'I Bills Pam
at follows"Dameraule. insists usually: in bringing bia family Pads, Circulars, Dodgers, Hand \

bring me a pair of eggs: and occupying with them your base- that want .
passed .,.through'water 1 I went or your stable or your kitchen. phlets, or in fact anything you may

1 Dama>> would fain learn the language ,, Greasy beaded, brown women amoking'cigarettea line of PRINTING-
and ways Americana lie and ] and carrying half naked in .
iis Tagalo brethren who constitute tbe I sickly looking babies astride their hips '
kitchen staff of our bouathold, arewrestling dodge in and out the lower doors all

I even with American music, day They swarm around like' ants. will
I trying to learn to whistle our popular They loaf they chatter and squabblethe 1 And we -
e Brelsford Bros. .
householder must keep
tune.1 Darnaao has got as far as "Hot unhappy and via
i WHEN U TacascttvUk h tan
them all
"MarchTime R
t a ,lag Through In the Georgia.Old Town"" He and keeps them- I When tbe mistress of our house Real Estate and Insurance 3 please sure. It your with Old Priced iaslBry ,..wfe will akrer it*
., \ night and day: Poor Tags 1 wants one of her helps, she stands still I you
# l .ap The shirt worn outside tbe trousers I and calls out tbe names of them one PALM, BEACH.FLA. ::: 0064s tlftt&lsg as! '
kitch after the other; Utili' hi IhMlII- _
,b very convenient fur the Tagalo \ S 0 SS3 i3SB .
Antonio Basiliol Public. Rent ?R
en help. It U useful for many purposes. I "Prudenciol Feliciauol Notary Cottages to' D. BINOU Kasager
dim the plateand I Marcellal Pronto Pronto Quick, It India aurtcUWtM t.t.l .
When\ the knives are or Postoffiif of f2Aipe
I I Hotel.North I; vuL;
saucers smeary he snatches up the :. quickl". Bat they never come quicktI 6lT 1'olnilautt -utI J

Jewel not of the fall, lopse Ibid and I I ETA .ucs..w Carus.r

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rxa t;:{"'.:', : :;:. MASONIC.C1 :-'-"" -' L'f' :;: : : : : .. vest I 'E.H.DnUC ;, I :Jfathushsk PAre ....
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'- lp. From the Teiapte i ; e .A.. "- :,.;y'. -. Palm
'i" i Piers Ttet Htw A ASS
; Wales, as grand toaster
t p + el'-JilMe.Jf ,
: '
: 1 z t\Q 4ThtA ls l'Hmam3 recently x. ,' Beach I 'second now. They are t a t

V > t letter-to the ,grand lodge on the J kind that hate Hood Use test ft!

i. '" *Mirr w'ctutom among the Masons of BRIGHTSPARKLING, time and have satisfied the ffiwl

. 11 UNITED WORKM. E I. Wf Ic inns fnn tiona.the order's In regalia his letter at non-MaaoB-the prince : Drug \ critical" nslclans la every +..,. I

. Otani ItuterWRelraaas.rColsraaa. bay!:'1 am strongly of the opinion that '--Store They Are Not

;;. .. CUpa From the Workshop. the:Waring of Masoqte clothing regaliaat .. old style pianos that bate heea
'entertainu -
services k. churches-and at
f ,Jamey W. Shrete of Cripple Creek ,i tswhere ladies and others not Masons ::: o.1 'PohiCia rested for yean and then offer
J grand master workman. o.f' the 'juris 'are resentlinot calculated to In- Roy. PllliilrlftcyI ed aa"grot bargains,** nor art
ctlon crease' the dignity of those who hare I IDLUEBS
', r compl18-1 been admitted Its secrets and mreterles."o they "ehyaplowgrade"plauodmade "
sell half
IN- to "at prfce.

.. Is prob. I who .If. Piano Is New
the 'foungI I There are some Knights TempUra Every ,
Workm.nev complain of the law recently enacted re I. and U mule la the
: : These the expressions Toilet Articles every part
1neiDbera-Of.-t16 blue are Drugs
*elected;to 'so prirfBf them to-be Matutuhek Factory
lodge and chapter, forgetful of the fact
b.{a *poeitipn.* ; that it; was through tntie'.subordinates which I lei guarantee Uuttl J trill
l'd -workman; the higher grade wan attained. /Th law. which can-be heard on all Fine Stationery and lad lifetime

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but 85 years however, ia generally approved. Y *

exw )JU'J1aa fUrk;eoootj.jlnd,-has the record"offorniahinf the Why Take Ch&aees
ad) detion- all past grand masters-Alex- concerning: news Druggist Sundries. on cheap pianoe when the Old

t t "tM innpueneeua sneer Bnctaer.'Jonathan Jennings Isaac and Reliable Mathnthekcaa b.

.organizing Hook. Dr. A. J. Hey a W. Prather and ,columns of PregcriptionaCarefully CompoundedEast bought at 'prices aDd teraf to I Isnit
Johoson. The Utter probably ;
'abrtiof a s: S.
l' bigU order, :.Ile the only, living Mason who has filled all Coast Business Solicited. you! :There are more tu&a

Las been a member -' the chairs In the grand jurisdiction' ;Df WEST PALM UEACU i-10.96.. 15,000 Mnhushek Pi co t U
of Cripple Indiana. i the Sonth.. Ynu Shnnlil Una...
a --- ----- --
l. I. w. anBKTE. Creek lodge but There: are 250 men. women and children One.---J.----"
.three yean and haa brought its membership in the New York Masonic home;at
up till it rank u the third in the rues The expenHes for the support of TH'E Chinese Laundry,1wo Genuine Mathushek Via o.

,state, *At.th* time ft.eleetlpn.lie was the.tMme, Last jear wejejHCQOQ. % are only sold by

employed at'the/Mow .\'nch r fearf n14 I8Uacianltfc Th4 Keotoeky !M&adnC old men's home I LUDDL' k BATIS' S.X. 11.
The grand*todje en- 'Over KEE. Proprietor.
I Is now art assured fur $oO,000
gaged Ida services for the entire time has been subscribed, and the cornerstone Fret Dkhn, Manager.

during the and nest Ariaoaa two dears.Wben become. a separate'New- will) probably be laid during the session!' Shirt .....,.. ........,. .....,............. JOe 29 East Bay JacksoatUle, Hi
Mexico Hdtla. 'event wldcll'wUi-1>ro bajUy of the grand, lodge,ID_October,. Of Opes Froat. ...... Slur 23c: ..A....
orcal an next fail the grand mas- The: Tall Godftrk Lebanon of New l'GUara.............._...."............... 2e
.4eevrlib take devote place .tknr eattrdtto.Gt.tado. -. .JUbany k a HourUbjug organization.; It cues ...... ............-.....,5, To Rent by the Hoar or Diy.W .
the I."4 Ifde'dt'Kret"to which Masons 'can TRO'PICAL LadWSUrt Wajsts\ ......_.. .
.,.Denver of..UtttJje Mr. Shrove j basic as.and he..can. tmtr"tclodgr*and"there are-- nly- two ij < HEW BICYCLES IS T0i: .

beadqnartera In the {JuitL'il, States,, and these
camps .
tirry forward pfd.work more successfully are located In v Indiana..' FIRST-CLASS WORK CCABASTEEO. Next Door North of Tropical Sn Kock!
from this central point: His friends. .
from thin central pumU If some of the ritualistic specialists e Banyan Street,WEST PALM BEACH. W. R. M1TCHEL1
devote much study to the .a Froprktof.BURKHARDTTS .
would spirit
as : .
June 1 has passed, aDd the IjOOOjnark '
the walk, their work
aa to the letter of ----
was about not 2SX(reached. A. great la many lentuckl.lac"lng of the lodges would be more Impressive, says The Masonic -1 i

bare been helped and increased in mmtwnhlp Standard. iI
,' The grand master was disappointed ..The grand lodge of Indiana rejected a S UN. .
Of; b both failing to secure' the'prise proposition to reduce the minimum Initiation Aattut 10, ,,gq.

of $2.000 and not getting the 1,000 mem' fee to $}5. There are about 30.000 JUST slice WE MY PLAQD .

ben. Masons in the state, and. the grand lodge __ __ :.____ niDDLETON'S SILVPB COFFER
The grand master workman of the ia prosperous (bpanctally.The ONE WEEK ?> n-. = ; ..
Massachusetts jurisdiction has been ', grand ledge of New York appropriated M BALI .
working in Maine recently &n$ feporta $1.000 toward defraying expenses Up to this writing we bate sold just 43 packages or pounds of this
good success. I of the ceiiteuVial observance o. The OLDEST and BEST desirable CoSee. We purposely kept track cl these sales u w.
Grand Recorder Walker tot Wisconsin the death of George Washington. at wanted the verdict of the buyer, who really u judge aad jury ii the
deterre credit fur his work in organizing Mount Veruim neat year. tnal of a new article. When the customer declares it u good, It ia

a grand recorder's association. Such a newspaper published in the tion.1hen. and then only that we urge a Rood thing upon your considera
body is capable of performing a great ODD FELLOWS.
Our customers have declared.MIDDLETON'S SILVER COFPEB
deal of good W rk For the lodKtdoal Member. ," : Each 'week they to be Good, Delicious, Satisfactory in Price and Quality, and black
Louisville has
Old llnmboldt lodge of
Lohte "Iukle-t. their veidici with duplicate orders-and actions are loader thin words. -ir
candidates during the "
taken in 28 new
past month.- '. : A The Independent Order of Odd Fellows One pound Packages only, tie.
The grand, recorder has received L Las already done much for mankind in contain 3 Packages $..00.
daim for a'mad who dbappeVred in 1888.f removing a part of the seltishnefcs of human 3TA Handsome Premium with every Package. .
existence in uplifting the lowly,
and of him has been found. No .
." attempt no trace baa been wade to pay assessments preserving rdncatiou the homes for the and noble fitting duties the orphan of- L. W BURKHARDT, M( Ml&
by ,
or keep him in good standing, and
yet his heirs claim the insurance. Utuenship. Let each put his shoulder to All the News : Store 'Phone No. a. Residence 'Phone No. 3.
(be wheel and surrounded by the Hush "
at past success, be inspired to renewed
\ KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.Emdowneat tff"rtalnd b,' our individual labor accomplish .. ... Fl '- .
a part in this great work for :
aaak Still Searlaj.ewordThra.a the uplifting pf mllnkind.lndependentOdd
Fellow.A that IS News

Eigkty-seven sections were organized person taking a withdrawal card
since Jan 1. Illinois taking first place, hold .
from a subordinate lodge can member -
'. *having added 12 Iowa 10 and Maine, hip in.a ,Bebekah lodge-during. the .. S
Ohio andTeunsylrania :7-each! tlfe're- 'T. .
of the card.
:'m&iDdcr1lehig.dhtrlb tM throughout 22 life .. A _' '_ .
the ,The following number of Inmates in the not prom West ralm
grand domains. During .quarter only :
2,514 applicants were accepted and admitted four Odd Fellows'. orpjiao hotnam. la Subscribe for The Sun. '
is Philadelphia
'I Pennsylvania reported:
membership certificates Is
.sued amounting to $3,601.500, a gain;in 58; Den Avon 57; Meadvilta; 80; $w- Beach and immediate vicin-
members over the preceding quarter of ,
440 and in the amount, of endowment. duty of a lodge like that of the .
$704,500. state is to protect the many Bather than ity but from all points 01
William J. Bryan addressed the head the one and no one member should demand .
that the welfare of the lodge be
camp at Convention hall. Kansas City,
during the recent session sacrificed for his desire or benefit. note on the Lake and along .

The i is boom Three new subordinate and 11 new Re-
pniform. ink enjoying a
la DrouUyn, and a new company: wil! bekah lodges were instituted In Illinois THE EHRMHN HOUSE
MOB be vrgani'd. during the past whiter. the railroad, thus making

J. W. McAndrewg, the old time minstrel There may be poor Odd Fellows, but Is now open for Winter Travel. *

"waterweloh man," a member of there L> no poor Odd Fellowship.The it BEST OF ACCO.MMODATIOXS.-TADL ; BST THE MARKET. AFrORttS.
Aileghania lodge, New York city, has only true measure%f the standardof easily -:Baths in Connection.Rates .-
been placed in an asylum for the insane duty U by the gulden rule. isonable. Short Distance from the 1kol'ot.l
at Elgin Ills. Illinois Kebekahs made a net gain of .
'Leon (la.)' Knights are*considering the 20 lodges and 251: members last year; Address Mrs. S. E. BARMAN, WEST: PALM BE.U'11. KLA.THE .

building of a new castle hall present. membership, 23,628.: .
During the past 31 years the lodges of The Leading. Family Newspaperof -
MODERN. WOODMEN. Pennsylvania have distributed for the relief TRftVPINEW PR
of distress and for the prevention of .
Lei OvtsUers Kaow Toa Are Atlv.. distress and actual nut the sum of 13. ; .a .A .a. ,. &..tIf...... A .'fIteJ,
Can9 Rotes.If '12S.U07.1U.. To this may be properly
added the contributions of the patriarchal .- MANAGEMENT
has been drifting along Dade
your camp County .
branch of the order for the same period .
la state of Indifference without increasing -
Prop. Jacksonville !la.
tii H.b23.802.85, and it swells the grand total ,
membership or having a to $15,052.410.04.The (
good attendance at the meetings! of the
grand lodge Texas has Electric Electric Bells, laths Scivkx.
camp just arrange for a camp picnic of pending Lights Complete

tome speaker time, have Ibis a summer.progicmme Secure of music a good and 'a for constitutional biennial session amendment!, which will providing be considered The Best $2.00 per day Hotel in Florida.Take .

at the next session, in February, Already THE ,SUN is a wel-
recitations invite the people of yourtows 1000. car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor Io.top., ib*Travekra Fp.
to join with you for a day in the
.uuda.-l1udeln '. There should te members 'in every
come to nearly every -
The city haying the largest"number. of lodge capable of delivering the unwritten .
work correctly tfnd of also
instituting a
Is Minneapolis, with 13.
camps new lodge if called upon. .
General Attorney J.; Q. Johnson of the home *in this section .
Modern Woodmen Is'a member of the Bed klea. cli1rrHG.STROHM,1

Democratic party and holds the position The powwow of Indiana braves will!. be -
lit national committeeman from Kansas. given at Rrookville on Aug. 2 and 3. A and its many attractive :

The members of camp 4354 of Vosa, barbecue will be one of the attractions.. I _
N. D.. have formed a stock company. and A delegation of ten Indians from Buffalo -
t ,riD build a new hall. Bill's Wild West show recently paid features are bringing new, Sts.: 1 and Fanny: ( {,' x
May 1 there were in good standing In a visit to Coaquauoik tribe Phil.d &A'-4 A U"'J VIA v v va a vw' ,

Uw Royal Neighbors of America 27.777 phia. -- r ". recruits to its ranks each pGrain '
benefiviarr numbers, aa increase for the Through the efforts' of the ''executive and all Food Supplies.
Booth lit 2,254The .! committee of the Past Sachems' association week.
of New YOlk the scheme for rais-
aer.' Are. .. -t-
iag funds toe a permanent headquarters
council made a Change In
aopKDM b uniting with succebs. :
the manner of paying claims, and here PRODUOE
J examiner of clalma 4a to sign The ninth annual report of the Red .
1r 1; draftat the widows and orphans' benefit Men's home at Cheltenham Pa., is very JudiciousAdvertisers Always Freak,Kept la Stack.
gratifying' The secretary reports. total
; fund Instead of the supreme regentThU Your Patronage Solicited.- -
; change was ordered .0' U to ex- : assets of $1(,GOO, with no liabilities, the

ppdite tm iB4..a and pat responsibility. home being dear of incumbrance. The West palm t\eaob, Pa
where It bel 'np. ', home baa three occupants. 4-U
Otonaah tribe of. ConuorsvtUe lud.
The total payments of dent!! benefitl
to date bare been $ 5.Caiifornla1 has a membership of 315. During the .
winter it added 40 new and worthy members
baa established a grand
to its number.
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The uprrme council of the Royal Arcanum 'Kalahl. of Hon.. Realize this hence the free
consists of only ft) members. I
California has fixed the per capita tax
i Each JarUlictkm U entitled fcs propor- at $2 per annum payable quarterly.The r THET"ET.MY SPECIALTIES:

l10aaJ representation in the highest body. Knights of Honor, have. a grand use which they make of its :

Mcecabee name 'in Connecticut and the. order a 1 x

,The members of the order la Indiana bright ouUook. colums and its increasing FANCY FAMILY GROCERIES. ,
ere to coagratnlated upon the very The kicker'ia against life; against enterprise CORNERGROCERY '
fcrltfht outlook for thrtr great camp aapurtrayvd against progress In hU lodge CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS
ty the porta of the great 1 he standard the reputation the tone of advertis- FANCY TEAS AND COFFEES.
erfieer. the gauization ia nothing to him popularity as an t
It U Quite probable that the total memfcenfclp -; Itepurts'f torn Texas indicate a revival ing medium. IN SEASON .
will reach 375,000 by the time for the order. New members are being x '

that the iopreBM tent mecta.Croaa.. yi-d and the lodges are solid financially. .

.- There are nearly 100 lodges of Knights NEW STORE NEW GOODS COURTEOUS TeEMim
- Gelder of Honor In Greater NeW. .York>i Boarding at Reasonable Rates. ,
The OoUen Croaa will close its twentythird 1 I.- '.
Ie- with.the three hundredth, aaeaamcot. Iron"tlall. .
Insurance of 5,000. It has paid out in expired *
23 jeara'
SS pan pro for I of the six I well known boarding house on Clematis Ave. close to F .C.By. depot
I certificates during past
$2.000. J. F. OLIVER
L Pay of Lewlston.: Me. II Tears $1.400,000; In sick benefits* 1148.- Proprietor
i'easeodes I ---CALL.ox BEB'loa BATES AID BOOKS.-=. i-G
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i I {I i '. ', t4.- .. .", ;THE JEOPICAL. .SUN..Ti'EIn'\'AtIIBUci,FLORIDA,'THURSDAY, AUGUST' 10,. 1899.f&l' .i .-

r. yf ,- .' '- t < _- --._-- "" .... 4i l __ I ,7- '...
.. fROPiCAL need not call his name, nor cad; the :
r' future history of Florida when she* MAN ON THE CORNER M -'E 'C'R'UB"ER' ) HARDWARE =

,' : r ftoneerPiper of Dade Count),Florida. carves for the highest;niche in her :.s r '}I
temple of fame inscribe: beneath it a .
; TROPICAL MIX PUBLISHISU COUPAXY name, which the very"design of the He Hear Everything; and Print,Ev'erything -yam: -
and ;j
: ._ GUY L klBTCALK. ;EDITOR.UBUSHCO statue speaks aloud the honored He Hears. -
name of Samuel Pa.'co."

> EVEHY THURSDAY, How different the tone of the above -- ..- FURNITURE.
from that of the Lake Butler Buile- Never Contends That Darkness Is Light, 0

5UBSCB1PT10M PRICE. 92.00 A YEAR tin, which'snarls because Senator Bitter is Sweet Salt Is Fresh Tall Is All Kinds of Bat GH4I.J ;u'cnuo

Batered it the Fostoffice of West Palm Beach 'aaco gave his proxy u member. Short or That Wrong t Eight. .' n w ( sts..a Tbwaa,Biases....ee4..... -)

t as,econd clan.matter. Le National Executive .Committeeo --- .n- .\11 Hinds of Fishing TteM laid SpHIfGawHMStovM. 3ee". rr\ 'S'l;

Ex-Gov. J. Stone of Mi soori. 1 say; gentle reader have JOG noticed ...
THURSDAY. AUGUST 10. 1699. 1t1It" EttOIfU
how hard the Lake Worth Band Ui a-,,'..., Ii"Pub.1 .
Probably! Mr. Pasco wished hiss prosy GUmreU-pea'"tUttfM. T# .,1LKADING
boys are striving to improve their .,,. Alai: Uvd.n 0.... .....$ Alma lroei ;
used in the furtherance of the doctrine -
execution and to expand their longs? I i iAI
of Democracy enunciated in ,
as It,seems tome.that this is an Institution !

the Chicago platform and en hesitated that deserved a considerable encour- BUSINESS FIRMS

to place it in the hands of any agement. .1 was, leased to hear lady 'j;

e of ,the crowd the Bulletin l loves to I say today' that before long a benefit' Whose Cards Appear id this Paper, A 'GUARANTEED PAINTPARIAK

hud Mr. Pasco bas few politim social would-be given, for the Band,, and Classified Alphabetically. i

errors on record agaiust him, and i this be true hopp to**-. oar-people

Tan SUN vent ores that in the present show' a pmper appreciation:of' "the boys ARCHITECT: PAHTM j:

; instance. he knew what was ,the right and the efforts they are making to be. T D Brown, West Palm BeachBANKING

thing to do-and did it. But b re'll come musicians creditable to the town., ... Are Guaranteed not to Chalk Crack, Rub Off. fee Mr >B&ttr, Art fcSt :

r s richness indeed ; the Bulletinsajsin : affected by Salt Water or Sea Breezes and art &Ul"f better tatfcfertlaa a 11!

J the same column : It must be encouraging to. a pastor to Dade County State Bank Beach than any other paint known. It is the coaitf palest U thi Slate M it b ;;
West Palm
have his church crowded was the
In this progressive'period of Flor as ,. particularly adapted to the climate of Florida.
., ida's development it is very important Congregational ed'fice 'last Sunday 1

that our State should have night But .Tbe Man On the Corner BARBERS: ,j

the very best men to represent us in also noticed that the churchyard fence Wm Schandt, West Palm Beach 1
the national balls of Legislation.Last Milo Cooper, West Palm BeachBICYCLES EDWARD WILLIAMS }
wa as weak and ri&ety as ever,thougha
April the State departed from V ... ,
her former practice and elected a dozen or more who were unable target ".1'-
wide-a ake, practical business man seats inside wanted to lean against it : Agent for Carrara asd Parka PalMs I

to the United States Senate, hence while they heard the<< from Ceo S Adams West Palm BeachW

u ADVl TISlnG J Tt hoping former policy that a would departure in time from prove our a doors. No, the custodians sermon of the worldlyside out. R Mitchell. West...Palm--Beach 28 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 1

benefit.If ol the:cTiurch effects have not yet BOTTLING WORKS:

TROPICAL sop Florida everhad a more effective awakened to the need of Tome work on Castellano, MiamiBUILDING

: worker in her interests ; if Florida the cWcb premises.: :And while I am .__ ....__ tAut ]
on this subject, it may not be untimely LEGAL NOTICES. I PWE3G N4L

... i I ------h --- ever had a Senator that stood higher A-.u. _.G"ala._._t_ '.!..'ft'... a_ _u\_:._.i, r'IU.WUUGIt.___- ___f j-..., --. SUPPLIES. :._. -- -- ------

'I! hi THE FAUOC8 SUIT 88 tO title to iu the esteem of his MIa\\ Souulors hurt the appearance of. the Methodistand Chas Welshans, Jacksonville NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. w---- a
and the administrations, regardlessof Geo S Hacker & Son. Charleston S C.
I the Hanpon, Grant 00_ the St. LncieIUer Episcopal church lots very much.It DEPABTMKVT
.. or tea IXTKUOB.)
I coined both by H. E. Sewell party, THE SUN would like'' the is only in keeping with the .efforts. of > Lana OrricB AT GAUOWI.I.B. ft*.VJuljr 'arroin.aruw.

Bulletin to point him out. As a the owners of private lots that these CIVIL ENGINEERS SURVEYORS: :1-. 18911.i .) MfWF nUll.
/lad/ F, Van Wagenen et al, the .Api appearance i Notice h hereby given that the tcflawlagmwake
member of the Committee of Commerce details should be looked after. Franklin Sheen. West Palm Beach settler hu filed aotkc of hU tiuilkat* Will kftctMl* OMtMa4 tk4 FMlttl
'eliate Court: has decided that the .. : CIu1I.
final proof la support of hi*clan. and
latter entitled and Naval appropriations e ... [that Mid proof will he nude before IB* & LAND CASES A tnKtALTT.
parties are to an undivided >> Sell,.V. Coamlwioaer at J.p ter. IOt,.a (M8cta TMMWAL Wa B..
one-third interest. It is now Senator fasco secured the .largest 'It has been a matter of some surpriseto DENTISTS: Sept.9, ?99o TU: Wwt Pal* Betck. Ifefe tjSa jlatMa.ru..

in the hands of a Master appointedby Senate appropriations ever made for me that the people of this town and D A Thomason West' Palm BeachL Rum/ Martin Sparvatii, of Stuart. H*..

a Southern State since the Civil War County have not discovered that wehave' T Daniel, Cocoa HA 73919 for<< the N %of No W.".84.1*.Tp gIs ;
Judge Locke, of theJJ. S. Court, ., R.41 SHe r ALEX 8&. CLAIKeADIL'>df8,
the proper location for a Medical .' --- the
and yet, forsooth, because he was name foliovutf vbneuet to prove his
i for dlvl ion. aud rontlnoous residence .poa sad cvUivttkm of 'fTOHfr.urt
not at the beck of ,the corporations Surgical'institute that would bring DRUGGISTS: said land vU: W.H. Smith of Semite Posit ,
tDCYAL many people here to reside temporarily, B H Dimick West Palm Beach Via. ; E. Simmons,of Stuart KU.; H.C.Ohm, JLcasoaTzLL .
in with the democratic ,
nor sympathy gold of Stuart, Fla. Robert Mcl'herx)*.of StMrt. '
COUNTY'S COMMISSIONERS and many of whom once they were -...--, Fit rerr.e''a* ha II lbs t1ma daft.,Seats sad III
wing of the party, off came W.G. ROBINSON Regidet.m. .
have had an experience something here would become infatuated with the DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING: i' U.lU-SNi. j j1)0IS&
his head. The greater loss was
:; like that of Dade's tribunal of place and become permanent residents. Thomason cVBrowL West Palm Beach FOR PUBLICATION.DEFARTUEXT I '
in affairs. New Florida's-not Paeco's. Today heU The town has competent physicians as Mrs J Frank, West I aim Beach NOTICE .... :
jugtieeT( ) County It
a member of one of the most important well as a surgeon who has successfully Carl Schrebnick: W A Palm Beach or van IJTIBIO) SHooJlBe

v. a blood in the Board membership has committees ever farmed in conducted an Institute in this State ... LAUD Ornci AT 6AixEsnLt.it Fw,f AITOINErl.AraAW,
Yk,1 Sua.
.asserted itself) with the result that .
the nation's interest :and J is an appointee where, hnndieds of cases were treated FERTI' : Notice U hereby gives that the followUf 1
the arbitrary dictation of the Chair and named settler baa Bled I notice of liteottoa t to ST.n ADG'-TlI.L r....
of the President. Senator cured. With expert talent at homeit Wm A Bourn& Co, f Jacksonville make final woof ia support of hi*ctf lot,and 5-J.99
,man and hid aides baa bi-en superseded would seem to be good business policyto Little Bros, that saW proof will be made before J... R.
Pasco is most those
appreciated by
Reply, C.8. Commissioner at Jupiter, Its,o* .f
( by cuuftideratinn of matters on who best know his orth. encourage the establishment of an ... Sept 9i 1899,via: 1

their merits, arid not by favoritismand Institute that would meau the certain REAL William H. Smith of Bewails Pout Fla., c. HOOD, M. D, t
-- Hi j56, for the S.W.1 tf of 8.E. l K. See .
prejudice as before There ae addition of scores, if not hundreds to M
Brelsford Bros Palm Beach W. Kof N.E- It (ur Lotu)aid N. R XotH. 'lI'f11C1A. MIf 1VDAtDf.
here the change is being hailed with People Who. Eat Arsenic. the populauon. This strikes'The Man Wallace R Moses, West Palm Beach W. l(.Sec.31 TV. sS S.. R.41 SHe t
---- names the following witnesses to prove his Ob. a 4U. keMdea.e!!
s>tas .Ss f lartase
On The Corner ,
as a subject''worthyconsideration ol continuous resid
and cultivation of
and all nee
pleasure by tax-payers by upon .
The old adage that what is one man's and action. said land via: Hans C.;Olsen, of Maul Via. B.I.IP.LrlsgACM. tse,

lover of fair play, even in the administration poison is another man's food is striking. ,. FURNITURE: B Simmons. : of.Start... _Ha._; R..M Sparrath.._ _of ..6.II.
it" it .. ..>/.A.......x_i <*u.u .*. u"..,..w >KJ.*un L. D__J *?vmt
of public affairs of the ly illustrated by an account of an itiio- .f*"" D E Cooper Mfg Co,Jacksonville 127 W.ROBINSON., Register T BROWN

County syncracy of the Styrians recently published I have. beep somewhyrt amused! a\and % i i., FOR PUBLICATION. !
interested In the-wily: effort of .this NOTICE AICNI7ECr Uf 1lfftPE4
in letter
: a correspondent's, InI GRAIN AND SEEDS: .
Le Figaro of Pal is. The Styrians I town's former autocratlof the ice trade DEFASTMIXT OP THI IITUIOK,) PUM u4 pcctfcttki ptvpav.d, ,
are & Co
I Wm A Bonn JacksonvilleHARDWARE
WI5W WALDORF AsTOR, the said to eat arsenic as the Asiatic eats to:win back the" customers.that left him : LAND. OVPICB AT GAWBSVIU.B July a,*PIA. 1899)V JobUag watt gene".*.$MtMtte MD I

sweetest William of all New York's opium or the European' hews tobaccoas when relief came, as it always does>> in 1. Notice Is hereby gives that the fonowiaf alt Dfttua Umt.p ,s r
'' named settler has filed notke of his Uttatioa
lLo led aristocracy has become a a matter of. taste. There are people time.to' those .imposed otu. First. came : make final proof ia support of his claim,and lo B.

citizen of England, a subject of Her whose doses vary from pellets the size threats of closing down the factory for M E Gruber, West. Palm Beach chat ReLU,said. D.8.proof Commissioner will be made at Jupiter before PUL 1M., usS R. e porrcB M.XT D.. !.

-Majesty, Queen Victoria. But his of a, millet. to pills the size of a pea, of good; that did 'not work.. Then came -.. pt.9. J8gg.via: ....1'ALII.um.' 'LA

experience is funny in the extreme, various kinds ol arsenic, the favorite appeals, nII score of patronizing(, a HOTELS: f/KU Simmon, of Stuart Flo. \
home institution, which wonld have HeL 221g8, for the Lot 1 (or B. ,,01 N. E. V) Sec.
Renouncing America because of its being the white quality known as rata A. The Barman House. West Palm Beach 7.adQU(or W.M of N.W.,".I See...,To.JS S. B. IttTUVIIAU..... ... %t... 118UXMQ .
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refusal to due deference to his bane. They will take it daily or on been a nrst-cuus argument bad not every : Mrs James McCann, West Palm Beach k.41 ;. 1 -
pay He names the following tueaaeato prove his
alternate days, or twice a week, according home and Institution in town suffered at The Travelers, Jacksonville continuous residence upon and cultivation of *AID PHWCWt, iEy.
millions, he proceeds to announce a the hands of this same autocrat; and ... said land,via: W. H. Smith, of Sewnlls Point. j
only to Tie called to circumstances ; generally they Fla.; R. M. Sparvath, of Stuart Fla., H. C. sec 4 fit tpKfatiit.O0 j
family pedigree, abstain from the luxury at the'time of this did not work. Now the latest is a JEWELERS: Olsen, of Stfttt, F1 t.; Walter Kttchinz. of
down for its falsity and on top of reduction in price to the same figure he Stuart,Fla I .at Reskkaee-WtiL- sUa .
the new moon, beginning small doses Idner & Son, .Vest Palm Beach. 7-rr W.G.ROBINSON Register. i ..r>se
this the Prince of Wales publicly with the young moon and increasingthem sell his ice at in Miami, after paying i FOR PUBLICATION.DEPAKTtlEIfT I

suubs him by striking his name 1mm to a maximum by the full moon. freight there the same,in fact, as charged ---s$4 NOTICE A.T1IOMA80XU.U.. Be

tt list of notables to be invited to Why ,this lunar observance it is bard to by the new firm'from the start; and LAUNDRYVO : or THE
Office: Corner 1'Ie.... Art,..4Ott
meet His Royal Highness. Alns guess, unless, as the correspondent says, i that has'not'worked. W:any great extent; \ Nee, Welt WEST FAUI Hti U, I U.

poor Willie 1 But the best of it all is the arsenic makes them strong and It is interesting to watch and wondef'ifthe ... named Notice settler U hereby has tiled given notice that of intention the following to Atlkladso1ood.rs.hwthtry haws to theprvfeitMoa. J

and they that the people of this town will "desert the : make final proof in of his dais. a-d tool crown aid hrU v ewh .
the admirable spirit of those Engliohuien healthy fancy waxing support > aliaItJ. Teeth extracted with*pap.OlapHaug.wuaRn4rMp. \
that said proof wiU be made before Ino B.
that them of the ditch.
ox pulled out
who demand something moon weakens them and renders the W I Metcalf, West Palm Beach Reify, U.8 Commissioner at Jupiter, Fla,on st. t
greater proportion of the restorative nec It has been a good opportunity to study Frank W Pope,JacksonvilleAlex Sect a 1S9 ,,, V more than money to gain social: human nature-and the M. 0. c. haa St Clatr-Abranrs,Jacksonville HANS C. OLSEN, of Stuart Fla., 1,
with them. If few essary. But whatever be their reason, Hd.24138 for the N.E Yt Sec o,To.38 S. R.418
footing a more the fart remains that the already made some notes. ... He names the following witnesses to prove
regular COn- T. DANIEL
his conttunou residence and cultivation .
snobs could beth'ns upon I
Anglo-American sumers live to good ages and are strong, MEAT MARKETS: <>f said land,vii; 8. Simmons of Stuart Fla; j j
properly treated the effect would Curd Schroede,of Stuart, Fla.; Walter KUchIng. -
healthy and courageous.-New York It is with pleasme that I gaze on the A B Otwell,'West Palm Beach of Stuar Fla.; W. H. Smith,Bewails DIMTIIT,

perhaps be wholesome to that tinle Times. grass plot at' the passenger station as it Will Whid4en, II 7-27 Point Fla., W.G.ROBINSON, Register.SUBSCRIBE COCOA. tIDIAI IITRI.VWiDA.4ataa

of efiVtes devoid of aught but shekels ..- begins to show up under the watchfulcare _---setMUSIC

to recommend them to any person's Alaskan Sledres.r of Agent F. .O. Williams. Water HOUSE: B. MOSE3

consideration. galore, furnished by order of J. E. \yALLACE ,
Ludden & Bates' M H, Jacksonville ,
The !. aedsae built of woodas Ingraham, together with a liberal .. Svecutt It... W.ff "'IeI
light as is consistent with strength I application of muck, already shows, results. I SEAL ESTATE 40 IMJXHCl.

'A DESERVED TRIBUTE.At I and lashed together; with hide ropes, so I An assortment of ornamental NOTARIES PUBLIC: I Agent for wet Psi.6sse1 Tows. lol*. ..
that tbe whole frame-work W R Moses, West Palm Beacn wmt rwoi nears weer ..,...
will give shrubs and plants will be sent, with the \UTAKY 'l'IUC.
the MntiCt'H.harbecue given in readily and not be easily broken by the compliments of'the Pomona Nurseries Guy I Metcalf West Palm BeachNURSERY Clematis AvraM tsar OUft Itrtrt.
5-21-97 West Palm Bach, ITt W .
honor of the appointment of Hon. constant rough usage to which they ire and by Fall Mr. Williams promises the ----see-

Samuel Pasco on-th&'Canal Oommission subjected. The sled is from nine to ten town a plat to be proud of. This is one STOCK:

on the 29th nit., Chairman S.C feet long and eighteen or twenty inches of the two very needful things I have John B Beach West Palm Beach PRANIUN 8HKRN.& BUTLER.Ota GolnuLSUEE.'f

Botl, in calling the assemblage 1o wide, with the runners one foot deep, urged upon the F. E. C. Ry. management '" : _

order said ; shod with walrus ivory or strips of bone The other I have heard nothing PHOTOGRAPHER: a= suareross MO CIVIL wuxnn.Offle .
fashIoned out of the jaw-bone of the about. as Was NIl Marl
"We meet here today to honor our- West Palm Beach
B O'Donoghue, ,
whale. The rails or sides about SLIM(],Iff ally IBB-dtTUM *a4 KltM far
selves in honoring one of Jefferson'sdistinguished are FOR Selse .. and cradiM IIsss.. iuf a..
citizens. A man who eighteen inches high, aud at the rear And it is. fully as important as the See log aidsutlauttag "tiabse npuWiy. cu-
stands as a representative of the end of the sled 'handles PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS: Iu aid comet work paraa'-i. AD war.mualeatloso .
Democratic coming up other, if not more so. I refer to the by saatl mainprxups Ml**. .. _
minority,or party, upon high enough for a man to guide and R B Potter West Palm Beach tloa. Yaw aad Isla Prlst. kt U w... ,.,.. ""
the Isthmian Canal Commission; the necessity for separate waiting rooms H C Hood eel WEST PALM BEACH ra.&. 'H ba
recipient of the highest compliment! push it without bending very mnch for white and colored patrons of the N S Burnham .. THE SUN. .
ever bestowed upon any citizen of There is a cover made of light drilling road. Neither
should be
Florida. For this high honor that which is spread in the. bottom of the compelled to ... QEOBOES. ADAMS
comes to our State, apart from the stand in sun or rain, and both are end .
sled, and large enough that after PINEAPPLE PLANTS:
President, we are under obligationsto tied to proper accommodations,- I am I Deputy Supttmt Cv mojt4tr
John W Daniel the silver-tongued the articles have been packed on snugly sure the citizens have been G C Matthams, West Palm Beach
longsuffering I KNIGHTS OF ..
orator of Virginia the man who pre- I it hauls np over the load and the ends and but i ..' Tiff KtCCJUltt
sided as temporary chairman over I patient, several and cou- Fa the Iter. ./ HtHta.
overlap on top. The load is then lashed .
the Chicago Convention and 'who tmued experiences of the past month or RETAIL,GROCERS: .1
the whole length of the sled with hidethongs.Harper's Will InstitBt 1'ntta.,wkcra U the
could have been the running have been too vexatious Palm BeachJ &&&*.
mate, so to bear with L.W Barkhardt,West For Inlorntatkia address ..
had he;o desired of that great Oem Magazine. much ,longer. The_ business of this F Oliver, West Palm Beach UEOROE .. .
ocratir leader, William Jennings Palm Beach ,
D Maihis West
--e--- both in .I-G9
place passenger and freight Wrsl Palm Beach, florVU.OEMINOLE .
Bryan ; to Arthur P. Gorman, Marpland's Glen G. Strohm West Palm Beach ,
great statesman ; John T. Aphorisms.The ., traffic unquestionably entitles the Citi- 7
V Morgan, the distinguished senator lens to consideration: and they feel thatit GEO. H. MALTBY I

from Alabama; Charles J. Faulkes, man who pardons easily courts should be accorded them without SHOE REPAIRING: DAUBER 81101.

the great Democrat'' front West Virginia injury.-Corneillc. \V R Mitchell West Palm Beach -DEALER IN-
formal demand.
; our own esteemed and ban ,.1 J Will, not some assu Wni. Schaudt, Proprietor.

ored governor of Florida, Wm. D. II Good order is the: foundation of all rance be made the people of this town ... Household ( Formerly Hotel Royal roiadaaa.1

Bloxi'am, and many other bright goal things.-Burke. that this grievance will be remedied, STEAMBOATS AND MACHINERY: Furniture
and shining lights, who know ther and that soon ? Only a few weeks Only White Barber la tha Town
man and recognize his peculiar fit. :Nothing dies so hard or rallies so since Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co,
ness for the place. often as intolerance..,W. Beecher. the officials of the F. E. C. Ry. assuredour Jacksonville e

"The star of this distinguished town officials that they. stood readyto -.- West PalM Beach. FlorUa.
The jest loses its point when he
citizen went down in gloom and who do their part to Ute town's improve TAILORING: Funeral SuppliesA

., defeat' behind the red clay lull of makes it is the first to laugh.-Schiller. ment. Here is one way that that Abe Safranek & Son, West Palm Beach BARBER
jf Leon, only from to rise the again classic in shores greater of He who is tot liberal with what he can be made good. The Man promise On ..- SPECIALTY. CITY ,

splendor his dots but deceive himself whet he Tie Corner hopes for favorable news to
the magnificent mighty banks Potomac stands, UlOhhose the majestic thinks; be would be liberal if he had record on this subject: before long. TRANSPORTATION LINES: street ..

of this nation I more.-W. S. Plumer, Yours on the Lookout, Ocean S S Co Jacksonville
capital great West Palm Beach Fla.
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r P1tCE 2 qQNEyOF4THE' PEOPLE.! : TAGALOS'WRONGS.Impress they believed In their muddled. HEALTE AND BEAUTY I I LOVE TIlE STAKES. ,

IIOWTQRA1SE THE heathen way that deliverance had -" _

<, :! ..,. .- '.' -:: Jron the Dawa ol tUllimatlea'su.. ",. come at last that if they helped whip AN INTERESTING ARTICLE ON THE! t They werepartner- *" aai wfca&tt __ __ __ _

_, VeeRa, flees l'cJ.: out! the queen's. soldiers they wonld be
Demo- rid forever of the The the claim wa* "paTto* or bwiaf It _ _
Dknt&i; the Purchasing-,Power From ,.Mississippi .Valley Left on Native Character race. same
fjat and Journal of Agriculture: The sort of dream it is that even some red i mattered not; tejtfe Veil apfWtftUy _
t G'! of theDoUai.io! Hert w.... lh. Tt.able ta lB4Jz. happy and eot t.uttd. OccasionallyPetewoigdsartontoaajagtodott1:
death of Mr. Bland docs not eliminate by Spanish Barbarity. Indiana of the United States cherish to
this Uoa-rickeU. Bat Bbcatt u4 MUkBawple a __________
his Influence from the silver cause. lie day. Meat S.,. .
ef Wnara* laarbaGood
town but Jim wonld anwsi
"":o, It pot a new face on.things when the aearrr

IET BIL7EE. OQPE2W1TB. *GOLD. still lives and, though his body lies ELIZA AEOHAED GOUSEB'S VIEWS.The Tagalo got it into his narrow brain that rood Stake*G.*d .HM*. and eventually corral LU eempaatoa _
a \
t; :-i moldering, 'ia tLe-.grave-" his soul' will after all the Americana were not goingto r There ate so many more topics of before serious trouble eooBeaetdL

: k-iid the white hosts of Justice and civilisation leave the Philippines. How could beauty sermons that I have continually OAt night afitr a partleelarly kari -

( ,Tha* ReUevlaff: the.Preuare For the 1 11St on to victory The memory of Gr...d* .( the Flll.l...' Die- l h e know indeed that to be! a citizen of avoided the subject of facial erup days work Jim a Uce4 that tie pard-

Yellew LHttal So Reform of the i this great man of the people will ever trust ..aad 9aipleloBTher Ml- the great American Union ia to be the : tions.this But the demand for informationIn net was quieter tits sinai seentingly

_":'r Baaklaff yiteimi er Re*talon <.l the i remain green In the loving hearts of maderttaad 'the Hetlve .f th.AzerIea.Uea&InI.eenee. freest most fortunate man among the enormous line pn-pottionj baa been piling that up a little into such talk lost la study-*onietfclsj. Qitta uIat _

If .!arIl 'Caa :"Aceompllih It-DefialarBjWe'tojinderstand -, the bon'st. toiling masses. For'be was ,.( the nations today t Be could not know that on that subject may not be amis his nature. I

wJ-;!;; j
":: wrong and oppression would ceasa. How t come out on your face are caused by "Fin Cafe
WIW .by the sympathy and his whole life.was :a al at the WI Ruby
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could he! AU white faces looked aliketo various physical dl80rdt'rs.low\ how
Just came tae boat tata I1Ofa. _
standard of"valuTf and their ca
> j expression "Moue) ia the continuous battle for them ap
: ManiLa May 2i-A foreigner Is occasionally him. However well Aguiaaldo and i much more rational is it to find the .
t.' > he constitution-article 'I.t" Just rights. 'The life and. death of this I seat of the trouble and do away with j i iDII am dead stack oa fcer. ToM
much his shrewder Chinese
with half
impressed a Spanish understood -
*g -tIor ;& paragraph 5-makes It the plain earnest trusting,faithful man of j I that instead of groping around sadly ::! her my'prop 1. kat couldal i.t -
face here say that of one of the the situation beyond doubt for 1 "text4
j some little lotion to dabble Shesaldthatlloetedtlks *
i.' doty of congress no coin money, rcgu- the people 'crown and sanctify the the in the American .1 on your i-
broken. defeated ofiere of the qneen ordinary Tugalb saw I face and pin your faith tot And it Is boozer and wouldn't tie aaytaltf.
t" late the.yaaiw'tlK wj'arfii |f foreign cause of silver-which Is also the of the up ._ _ _
regent's late army in these islands. It occupation Philippines only, ten chances to one that the little lotion but a 'steady.' W U. I did bars a'wind' .
cofe aDd fix the Uekttwuu't
I on lIlt to-day. tad tie _ _
, c -and., m aures." We 'tnow' that no The steady and unswerving"devotion expression of infinite sadness in it. resist the yoke of the new master to long as the cause la there the effect Is I

l ... [ fii the.it d&rtdt w e1jlud m.-as- of 30 active'years to one great principle Such a face appeals profoundly to tbe the utmost It must be. regretfully pretty trail. likely to -follow along*in Its ;> It was particularly Pet '. tora.good to aft either teeakfait: .

: ,'" orW* in to provide a'tcale In Vhlch the such a man cannot fall to concentrate interest and sympathy of a stranger and mentioned. too. that there was and iarm I _
,,; by ...naVaa. fleas* AM. vmttfrtAavv.. taI Fijtmmmm 9tm the .....t .nf.. A n".f... ..... _o/tldlava__ arlwt With some women the cause is In the next ,morale c, but after turtis
aflCM a. awct.uu Lcd V -- --- 'D"tflJ
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c various; .weights.and .aimcnskms- arBcles thought and sympathy upon V41J > f bad been digestion of some sort or other. On the fire and putting oa ttaa eo'.t $*\
hapless Queen Christina and her sub- drinking too much
occasional -
BhaH bo expres ed. As tha value this subject Henceforth the silver this I have Ions ceased to ma rnl. In- be excvced himself en) ttt v'ea cf tt
then instance of
hour'after toward
jects. Probably bo wrongdoing
its cause Is much more than a mere question an I much as for the last few years I have i I
of money is relation commodities. feeling well. and went out far a short
will tie natives. This did not
see a picture an actual photograph i happen except been in the habit of lunching at
'toVvgulate the value of money"" is to of economic uri'l walk. bt cttdwl
showing how these game Spani- rarely but it only served to confirm ous resaurants frwjuentcd Tai&kltg: simply a .
The sacrifices of the champion
provide a scale 0( valuation, in which Ii.to.greatest -I arda used to torture tbe wretched Filipino -.; the natives' belief in the total de. women. I have seen these poor deluded I "bracer." Jim said noliing tad fitUfcfJ I

the values' of other forms of property has elevated .the high plane rebels. Some of these photographs pravity of the white man. and he pre mortals eat pickles and hat bllii i: getting; the meal lt la the .or.lq 1 .

y hall be expressed and in this sense of a sentiment around which cluster the sympathies represent the rebel hung up to a wall pared desperately! to resist corning under cult and drink milk at the one j i he bunted him 09 sta..iy wza.I.rthg ;
will and
'alone la the standard of value. of people by the cartilage of bin nose. Another inch rule again. Another one will eat steaming: hot II | up and down the "avt-u glartag !
"- money gather force and power until the progreqs.of soup and ice cream on top of that. j
s..; Accordingly by the.twentieth secttoo the Ideas ojJustice and common represents the wretched' intrarrecto with j An old foreign resident of Manila I I Lobster and chicken salads and hot j: occasionally the MUwai aid d&at4 t. i ;

of'the' act of iftC.' preserv7ed in* sense will become irresistible. It his feet in the stocks and a Spaniard. I tells me he is sure be sees nothing l.- ('Offmtlk or chocolate are other faj j halls eoroutt and lidag! ip at the _

having just such a noble face aa that. than the providence God in the passing vorttes, and it Is no wonder that by i -Big Rllblie found hte. kair: 'Y1'r.
material of the white
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S: CS of the ttatntee. mere
: ectton I was not
; reused which appealed so to your sympathy j., of these iblauds into the bands of mixing all these incongruous; elements ]. where he exr<<-talktDl: to the a'v
metal that Inspired .Mr., Bland to his
< it is provldcdrbe: fOOD/'f- account "materials bearing down hard on the machine ina the United Statt At the time of the the stomach finally rebels. j I girt No wonder: I>et. was "goa* !

of the.United States shah be'expraiscHi. life suitable effort Otli the were of the as way to draw the victim's bead and native outbreak against Spain in 1698 And so it is not at all surprising that The girl was tall and hthe, with a

f In dollars, or units; tlimea, or tenth i to. carry stamp feet together. The agony on the withered there were an an actual fact not more our women are all more or less nearIndigestion's I beautiful figure and her sibinst
idea as silver. The great central I r _______
l'entaor hundredtha mills or thousandths :. money little brown face is something that than 500 Spanish soldiers in and about ; doors. And their families I checks and seek were ai moJde4I _

; a dime being the tenth part power of his inspiration was the will haunt you the ret of your days i I I I Manila.. Bad the Tagalos possessed any with them. because surely It a womancannot I bronze.I .
rights of the common pt"Oplejustk.'C'to 1 I make a proper selection for I
l :: of dollar. a cent the hundredth idrtdoUarrin the struggling nmsoea.. Again there will be shown to you a organizing and staying power at all herself she is rather incompetent to "I like your pudoer, Pet," abs al4 -

t ;) .thd thbasiidtjf'plAof ; "From the. ellrlltt\( da'wVotclvillzatlon poor little native child stretched upona I they would have shortly put to death select for a whole family where dispositions I after Jim had got -11, seems UU .

I ; a dollar; and all accounts In public silver has been the money Of thepeople. rack face downward and another I. the Spanish soldiers. and Manila woold I vary so greatly. But that a steady fellow ted they're*ta. w.ly _ _
Spaniard cpttlng tbe blood out of him have been the scene of such riot and was not what I was going to talk kind that's icy |ood Bovadav

officea and all proceeding! I in ,the court* It Is the very basis of civilization. ivith.... e ...t n' 9th"_ ..Q1IBWhenyonseethese.. !i'ruaiwBrra the Tinffpa nf hiatnrv u 1dnm aliont. I D..so._.. ..... .h._. ....._. ...._ :..;.' .at...... _ _
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of the United States shall. be kept and All contracts and estimates, all show. It is just as easy to put beautifying
horrors the
I gave;e med to take o.elt. a fancy to
:: had*In conformity: to .this j-egulattoa," obligations and values rest upon It. blood stiffens in your. veins and you Fortunately for the white residentsof food into your -stomach If you will Pet and strata to keep aim ttraliat.
The dollar is simply the unit 'of. this and the pulling! down of the foundation but once make up your mind to do It
: ; "Let Spain on to her fate. She the city. however the Tagalos had
say go ) but with little
without the substitution of something 'And what a host of trouble it will save : at
acale, and in the keeping of accounts
deserves all the has only and number eL
bad take and nothing
to e.
i. ,all value are. expressed %ln. tbe, >mul-- $s good or better and in equal volume The courage you; not only in cos mi'tics, but also in from bad to worse, and finally cb. _ _
t more too. Posing as a civilized Christian few Spanish soldiers held their own doctors' ,
bills. What night
U 1ea and fractions of this -unit meant the rending! of the social system you eat U the after rapper Pete broke out:
; nation she has within the city itself till the Americana
descended to the fuel
which the of life
M. Cernuschl. In "Nomisma." 7,, and the destruction of the people's keeps engine go 'It's no ue. The gal won't aav. _ _
page level of the lowest savages l in her treatment came. and with their coming undoubtedly ing. Good food makes good strong
this definition of rights. These are the principles that sue. and I cta't gut sense toou&h to
I.. gives money 1oneyiamvsluecrvatedbylawtobeaacale of these, ber own subjects." dawned the fairest day that hitherto muscles pure blood and good. firm
inspired the silver champion and I see It. PUNS wed better Utbt Lit,
healthy skiu. If there troublesome

I have seen the pictures mentioned has' brightened the 1,400 Philip-
of valuation and 'a valid tender. for they will lead on to victory the great above. A native baa pine Islands. little botches! on your face then pard.' and stake out another claim fur _ _
hosts for whom be lived and tolled and photographer a mend ther the cieek.
eating up
yment" Money stazuatdbe1ug a your ways, even though
stock of them on which to nourish his But the Tagalos. not knowing. turned
kale of valuation to talk of a CO cent died. That gr..eu mound in the plain it breaks your heart to give up those "I guess I know your reason" a.
hatred of tbeirdeliverer&. Their
Spain. So he feels against outbreak
Missouri churchyard has become the eoon aa assured Indigestible: little dainties and pastries continued bUttll, after
dollar or unit t U aa illogical and sensc- a bone pauit.
that a visitor to his gallery has .against us the night of Feb. 4 was ex. i ii that yon dott on so religiously. In
>eeg "a. to talk of a sir h1C1\foot mew I IUN. Calvary, : .and. the Hm.aof, the'sliver 30 sympathy with the Spaniard he :pecte4 by our officers here long before place of the pastry and the sweets MYer kind o' hUck-oa Patty, too bnt _
'To'raise this standard is to b- hosts and the poetry of sentiment will yer don't want to tell me. Now lock
it In and the anti the
brings out these \iews.- Be has a van. came. one or two instances American plc'des highlyfipiceddishes
CreaM the purchasing power of the henceforth achieve more than the wisdom ety of them. I did not believe when I soldiers had been murdered by !, substitute fruit and vegetables.Save here Patty said shed marry me tt I

unit or dollar. and to lower the stand of common sense could ever have saw them that they were actually taken Aguinaldo's men. who sneaked up to all the quarter and half dollars took the pledge and I know she'd aw _

ard U to diminish the purchasing power done. them of friends. Feb. that you invest in sweets, and Instead you too. If you'd ak her, Well jut
from fe.It seemed to me they must on pretense being _
of this unit ,-. -. -- .I._ n'A_ .1nn Ik H_l A J .L___..___ ,,'-_ exchange them fot apples lemons and I deal A_ cold__ h_ _n.l ull___ tkA___ _f._!_!.._._ ._.<
.. u
oe maae up copiea nom a drawing, or u lue .1&5111111 iiuiitu luuuiaeivea: 11 it8 that will drive .
GREAT DANGER AHEAD. oranges help the unsightly I
It follows that to rite to bankers or makes the strike will take the sal and
lunatics against the American
something. But the life.
they arehout i army. pimples and red blotches away.If .
dealers. In money a control of the cur- 1petteit.ti Are PI ay IB* Far High What is more officers of the. American Leaden rain and iron bail welcomed possible make your entire breakfastof the
'rend would be like giving to dealeia State army themselves took some of the photograph them. They fell like sheep in the attests fruit being careful not to combinethe "Done." said Jim. seemIngly Nlleve4

S In commodities the' control of the General Davis the new governor *. I and vacant lots of Manila. The pictures fruit with ('PreallIt the apples by the frank maa&er of aU part.

standard by which they are measured: general of Porto Itlco, It Is announced Seeing those terrible pictures I understood -- here are from actual photographs. To and orange and peache and pears do Patty was willing and quietly wld .

1lI fur the dealers money by expanding "wUI! rescind the order Issued recently more of the cause of the n l-1[ their awful coat the Tagalos are finding not make active the digestive organsthen she really liked Jim the best bat

r or contracting the Volume of money giving liberty ..to..the press," To be tivea' outbreak against even their best.. that it is no longer Spain they have to harmless go to and your excellent druggist, and prescriptionmade have this thought she ought to stick to Pete. u4

I diminish or Increase the' 'purch s1ng sure he will. Militarism and a free friends. the Americans than-a volume deal with. Since the wiping out of up: Extract of dandelion! one keep him straight
of .thls unit of valuation and I l
r I power I press never did and never can live vide could have told me. From the first aet- 'American slavery this Tagalo affair is drachm: powdered rhubarb. "q. a. It didn't take lotg to get 'p tae

bold at their mercy the'property of the by side.! ,But. just 4iukotfree, anddeUiocratll. tlement of the country by the white the moat unpleasant chapter in American Divide into .three and one-half grain game. They went up to tae eaatk

country. Manifestly falling prices am ." America suppressing free man the natives have been beaten and history, yet it bad to be written. pills and take one every night.It where the muse lived and Patty was taeaudience.

the cause of our'commercial and Industrial discussion! Is that expansion or coo/ I tortured.. It has alwavi been tbe CQB-'; though with blood and rifles.i is the greatest folly to ever think The loser agreed to quit the

depression, and there cnD'be no I e traction);-Chicago Farmers' Voice torn among Spaniards to beat and whip i By the way. It hurts the sensitive of removing the soft down on the face.that claim and get out the neat moraing.
while this continues. so inquiries refer to. These
prosperity cause
their Tbo Spanish feelings 1o hear the nativel
Tligalo.ervantl here
haa roughfabout tbls' soft hairs when removed are sure to Pete picked up each card aenrrasryas
g \What I aawer'Jt K the legitimate pf. ; >Wheq a.burglar:breaks Into a bank, used to inflict terrible punishments on called "Filipinos! They .will not have be followed by coarser and darker it was dealt and either by accident

pricea7 he should not be accused them. A here it. In their definition of terms a'Fili "
and result of our having necessarily Spaniard said a few days ones. That downy growth Is one of or design dropped cue. "which falling

made necessary cold the standard scale of seektugto rob. lie may be only ago that hg wonld then and there have pino is a person of Spanish blood born the many thin >l that looks "perfectly face up shoved It to be the king of

money or looking for a "sphere of Influence'" whipped one of bill servants a man aa in tie Philippine Islands An Individ.:4lP. awful" to the afflicted one and whichare spades. He gathered it .
of the valuation of property. As the up a/jkkfr
positively unseen by others. Never
Just as If he were a great power.-Boston
pressure for gold Increases, the dollar gllot put animal fat. such as lanoline. etc.. and commented on the weather ",.

f or unit of valuation enlarges or increases I on your face as these invigorate the dently hoping to divert his OPlIOl eat

and there is a correspondingfall growth of down and smporfluous hairs.A from thf incident Jim akicced'hU
1 It be said In truth that # '
In the price of property, We must may every good complexion brash and pure (*rds down carefully and fixing ki, !
life that has pone out In the Philippines soap are excellent cleansers of the
therefore diminish the purchaslni eyes steadfastly on Pete aid slowly
siuw l'eb.i.. and life skin. Wrinkles on the forehead and
power of the dollar or unit of this and almost painfully: "Cite me ire
that may be' sacrificed hereafter about the eyes are successfully removed i "
It'akand this can only be done by caida.
by happy combination of
blackens the of the history 'of
putting silver In ('Ompetltlonfltb gold page cheerfulness healthful foul a firm They were dealt to him and ha
: grt'at American republic. Every
a* a money metal So reform of our avowal never to pucker up the forehead seemed to brighten cp a bit. '
Life so sacrificed is a contradiction of
tanking lystvui or change in our tariff or scowl OnMialf a cupful of "Only want one." said Peter rather

laws tan accomplish ItHE.NBV the American Declaration of Independence milk in which a pinch of sod* Is dinsolvedvis cheerfully as the -deed wood" wu put
I O. MILLZB. ; every life so sacrificed ) Letter for the skin than sour
at the bottom of the pack.
marks a step away, from .the basic milk and lemon. .\ tpaspoonfwl of am-
principles of our government and .. .. mona! and alcohol (mlxeli in a quartof I "It ain't much use to keep up the

A TASTE OF MILITARISM.,. ; even. life so sacrlfirtd, In a denial, ot_. .... f' tepid water will make a creat difference suspecee." said Peter after a mOI1@lt'
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the right of the numerically weak to I In an oily skin. parse. "They'a too much la the pot !:

G.aral lIerrl..'. ,High Haatccl liberty and the pursuit of happiness In Four lessons in massage/ : First. a and a bluff wont work. I'll J'it ahow

A..... .1 Power. their own good way. wl / .. I thorough kneeding of. the entire surface i down. and If yon top me tae outfit U

Tbe editor of the Spokane Freemen's .. of the face"', done with the thumb I yours." With this Pete sVlnoed ott a ,
Journal baa been to Coeur d'Alone \\.. and forefinger an exact imitation of
A shark, while swimming at a great "'r >> -_ \'" the movement n,,ed in Kneading bread. hand toll of Ql eeila. Jim looked them
condition of the
to Investigate the distance from home, came upon a r / Second the wrinsin: :? or rotary movements over carefully and threw down bit!

prlaonera lIe reports that (k.peral smallish which*'was struggling In the 'f >f' ..'f- -- for mincing the throat and hand on the table! fare A pair of

Merriam being Informed of the risk of {grasp of an octopus The spectacle r 1. making the flabby muscles strong. treys was the best up Va!In it"Gocdby
in-the rit/2 !
'are from sparks dropping straw roused his moi-al Indignation and bItIng This I is done with the thumbs andforefingers Pete." be said hoarsely), .
where about 305 of them are confined, ,. I of both hands i
off one arm of the monster be H"- by gently! rising and exiecdtcg his Liid. "Kttf
ordered that In that event any prisoner C moving them in a circular course. ,
compelled It to Its
relinquish strsight.oid acd love that I
grasp. man. irUiuu
efid \'OI'ln' to escape'from" the. fire Impressed with the tenderness FILIPINOS KILLED IN BATTLE. Third the smoothing movement for i .. .. _
and erosinz! crow's-feet particularly i lUC set ue, wtu juu rnuj. o. '
should be shot; that one man not a edibility of the fish. he was on the lietween and horizontal said slowly, almost tenderly, ha

miner having remarked that he (could point of swallowing It when the latter old aa hImself. if he had not been afraid 1 nal of half Spanish and half native the forehead.eyes Smooth the lines 1II1t''I' bade her gob -It's coming out I all

Identify seven or eight of 'the dynanlten. protested. and seeing. escape impos the American authorities would have blood is called a Mestizo. with the fingers precisely as yon right. bless! you both."

t was taken to the jail. and! Bible weakly tried to bite. "Base him arrested for it. Thus much oar I The strangest thing in this forlorn would smooth the creases out of He left G the c&bta: quit kY liMpiK-r.
aquad after squad of the prisoners filed and rickety old town ia the bright aDd : wrinkled silt. Fourth electricity Nn '
wretch. cried the shark "have you no army of civilization has accomplished lag In the brush at the eJ,e cf thi
Iwfora him and to beautiful American here. there it'Oisl useful to facial massage. .
I falling Identify any feelings of flag accessory .
proper gratitude Therefore already. I know of at leaat one Spanish! camp. .
current of from
of them be was arrested himself; that I everywhere floating over the ancient i A gplvanlc one
a polity of benevolent assimilation in Manila who to this Pile and there
the wife of woman keeps up buildings and old fortresses! glorious -I to three cells is passed over the face Patty sat for an hoar,
one prblOner'Wal nearing
< was Immediately ratlfte<1- day the heroic old practice of beatingher gray and neck. neither deigning to brek the *il.nre.
confinement, and a detective taking emblem of the new supplanting the
Springfield Republican. servants with a whip. Maybe they The brush to be employed( on the After a while Paltr said: -I kinder
advantage of her sensitive condition old-the nation that -
great young represents '
-- will turn on her some day. face is a soft one of camp's hair and i wanted Jim to %'In. but ita fair!
and knowing that she urgently needed There Is a great danger ahead. The Added to this physical cruelty and I humanity's highest best development Is used every night.I Immerse t h,' I'm satisfied now. Gue.s te ut 1.

ber $husband' l'1U'l. urged ber to go to I imperialists al'pia ring for high degradation there was the fact that the taking the place of the old one brush in warm water, nib th* soap on dijltt';
like the looks
blat and uk him to confess to a crime stakes and rather than forego the realization white man had cheated the Tagaloa out that stands for all the bloody tyrannyof it until you get a good lather scrub of tL'four one'he.goat

iw chi not commit ao aa to cause others of the visions of wealth and of their lands the past. You have no idea how we the face for a minute or two. and riu.se first.
by and by brok '
year year
thoroughly with clean, warm waterToilettes. .- -What's that 1" cried Fete. hU taso
be eonvk-ted. and how
to power that tempted them to the acquisition and by crook. getting the most and the love thai flag out here patriotic
Tb editor does believe evening the regimental getting whiter every iala-.te. ".\ar
Spokane not of the Philippines there Is no best of everything material and rednct we are. Every I

over 90 were In any way concerned in telling what crime they dare not commit ing the original owners of the soil more band that makes music on the ones? He never ha for ones, or four
1 I
an Intrrrcpt'on.I
the detraction of the property This -Charleston News. and more to poverty. It ia not in human Laneta or one of the parade ground anything. Why. he" tod. the tU.I
b the style of the military despotism white plays the "Star Spangled Banner" to declare. Maria, this Is too irritating back 'cause they KB no rood. and
nature black
or brown. or to be endured. I toll I didn't I
you .
extended close with the down of the drew five. I
whIch to bo gradually over at going
The Root or Tract of any age sex or previous condition of want to be disturbed and lu-re somebody -
UM entire country If the American peGpLt sun. Aa the first bars strike up. all "Yes. I know" said Tatty, wbod4; ;
The big department store keeper usesvast servitude-to forget these things. So: has sprung; a most infernal clatter -
will continue to permit .It-Ex.Iaa4ar4 capital for his purposes. The way in the poor little brown brain grew Americans here and. moet Englishmen. osi me. What does it Ilil'mr' not understand the r<>ae. but remembered 1

change.wl I take oft their bats and stand with bared "There wasn't any.clatter. dear." the hand -That'* what he lud. I Ian
to reach the evil that arrows with excessive generation by generation hatr-sl of the LL"" L L my ,
neaas tm the sound or our national air What was it then" his first cards are at the bottom of
: Oil, I: capitalization of all tines of white face.

Quite unnecwHartly'an Ohio monopoly i business' Is to abolish all laws covering Mr. Rudyard Kipling has applied to dies BOftlyaway. "Why I just happened to pas the pack now."
r. Last time I witnessed this scene I no- through the room in my new red an-) As she spoke abe drew them forth
purpose to "test" the antitrust the collection of debts and put In I natives of the orient a phrase white

law of that StAte in the federal courts. vogue a taxation system that will prevent people out here are fond of quoting at ticed an American soldier standing alone yellow shirt waist that's<< all" end handi them, to Pete. There were
"W\11, don't do it
his formed again.ClenlandPlain
Ttw precmliutf la superfluous/ because, .' the dollar from being all powerful present He calls them "half devil and near tent a tall. nobly young Dealer. four ares and a kiLg. I
He had received wound "
even It the law be held to be constitu It would minimize capitalization half hUd." Originally the child in the man. a gunshot -My God! groaned Pete between

$luo4tberelauodangerlntheworldthat Veep the debt volume down to the lowest Philippine native was much stronger about the head and his forehead and "hn ....H:-..' tWMthrar*. his sobs. "This is to much. I mu.it ,
of his face muffled in bandages "
It ever will be enforced. Attorney ebb and prevent the dollar from beIng than the devil U the fiend is uppermost part flu nil of enthusiasmstill An old rmnan known as "the sol hunt my pard! and he dashed out t.f

Gt-DHaIlIoonetL who has sought to do self accumulative by which successful now it is because centuries of eyes were tlt'N'f'tllI'art." has Just died nl the cabin, only to return ceittUer

ao. baa btwn rewarded for his activity men of business are enabled to whipping and cheating have brought A splendid type of the young men Berlin. She had gone through the : "1 bowed it all along yet want

: by a "W' dowQ" for ,a reaominatkm. have large funds which they can risk him on top. A Tagalo ia incapable of America be was. sharply outlined wni of 1870 as a vlvandU-r and acquired ed each other too." be cried. 1

lit aoccewor will not fall to take in speculative enterprises and ventures holding of his own will a fixed purpose I 1 1I against the parade ground standing such a love for army life that' -Never mind" said Patty with i
with wounded head .
and even If be were.fool- coder present conditions.\ The great for.two hours is the verdict, of thane there uncovered ;thereafter refused to leave her l eloved woman's strange philosophyJim laM f
listening to the music of the "Star KoUS'.TS. She was wounded during
hardy enough to follow Monnett's ex- national vlls of today can all be traced I who have known them many yeaii. I that it would como oat all risit, and '
I Spangled Banner" and waiting to go the war. and had a choice colleclion -
which to a financial system that fines con- One sentiment they certainly can retain I guess f
: tmpl the Ohio supreme court I out and again. Only the Spaniards of decorations for her brave t't'IIt 1 wil"
.. the obedient servant of the kerosene s ;leuce and rewards greed: that burdens -,, permanently and that ia their fear fight their bat on silent men.! fall .\ Uerlin she lived near the barrack And P te took a new brace la
monopoly, will Il'eto It that Do) minor industry and enterprise to reward and dislike of tbe white man. of bitter thought with scowling ind might be awn every day tramp- a few years elne up a new pile aad
tratt come to barm. The antitrustplaDk privilege and monopoly; that cuts i When the Americana came to Manila *ng beside' the' gunr-l when it marcfe-d I dug out Patty proved a tree and 10'I
nd arms the faces. This thing ia not easy for doug the Lin(.en t"> its i>o;;t at the in'1C -
la the Columbus platform was down wages to increase the profits of | gave ,to native to use them. EI.ua AhcliAaD Co3tz3. lug wife and with moie congenial urrouadiags -

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LESSON VII,THIRD QUARTER INTERNATIONAL I 13, "A Service of Proml***" p..c..e.t by RtT. S. H. Dorl.
Text. Jean ziv,1.14. Shirte and Skoei
SERIES, AUG. 13. \ 'I'nrI1-A Mi-riot eI prornispi.-Jot* dv.1U Clothing, Negligee I

"1 will come again- and receive ,you The preciousness, number.and variety Ladies Summer Dress Goods and Notions

Teat .! the ........ Beck.; asivli. unto Myself 4Jesna Of Ood'a promises In Christ are ttrik-

1 1-14..MeMorr Verae. S.. -GoldenTest. had eaten the Passover cupper i Ingly illustrated in. this passage of Ready-made Mosquito Canopies

t EMk. ..n. Commentary, I with the apostles and then had told Scripture. God's fidelity to His pica- CARL SCHBSBNICK Prep're

f I'n...... or the Bev. D. M. 9le rn*. them of His intention to leave them for tee *s also revealed for some of them

: that it would be have already been fulfilled. Here are 14 .
while, and impossible
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(ICopjrrleht. by
| Christ to His
the words of
I \ for them to follow Him. Three years verses dying
*4Th hand of the Lord WM Upon me '
And laden down with the
disciples yet FURNITURE.
i bad followed Him giving
they up ,
and carried me out in the Spirit of the in
richest and most precious promises
1 their business, and now the
; previous
.. i lard and set ma down In the midst of the i their extent embracing the end of time Household Sewing Huataes
of suddenlynpon
; valley which wen foil of bones." In verse prospect disbanding came breadth of S. : ,
l t 11 we read that those bones are the whole them. The real facts of what was -yea. even invaluable eternity Tile Beet Uiealoe Made LJ* t Kuala and
of these
Let study eome
home of Israel and verse 83 says that God to occur the crucifixion resurrection. \olaelc8
e will yet make them one nation tinder one ascensionPenkccst-were all unknown promises here recorded aF

\ king In their own land. This has neverboSi to them and from the adore of the 1 The promise of a future home in Sole Agent tor the famou Van Tnik. plat

1 fulfilled flow Use days of Ezekiel case could not even be surmised. It heaven "In My Father's house are trees made to order. A COB.
bat it surely will be, far Jehovah hath many mansions. I go to preparea plate Bile ofFURNITURE
; ; seemed as if the failure of all expectations .
I i i apotea It. and lie will do U (xtxvU 86)). was! at band, the collapse of aQ place for yon .?. that where I am I .
I I, : The Interpretation of thia.lesson ia like there ye may be also." What a precious ,
the ooncernlnglsrael=but the ap- prospects! of uo.'e88ID connection with of all de erlptlou at Bock Botto Print,both
: have here. Millions of
1 and this One, whom they had looked upon promise we Wholesale and Bttail. Baby Carriage I rum II
I ; pUcaOon to all believers very simple .idiems fiava teen li.<.rht. riMl hv it
; c6 aa the "anointed" of God. -oJ n a p to $20. Go Carta, BefriffcraUtn,Ice CkesU,

;I t' I -fl. "And attend me to pass by them It was impossible for Jesus to make and millions of broken, bereaved heart 1 Etc.

1 roand-abont., behold there were very matters more plain to them. That could comfotted by these priceltea.words of ..Give-- --
; I many to UM open valley and, to, they only be done by the development of Christ No>> promise of Christ is more We hare a eOMl nmm of Oak Ram aid

i wet very dry I" There could hardly be a events. often read than this one.* None baa Reed Rockers that will be told very low. W.

more striking illustration of deadnessor brought greater comfort and strengthto hardy the ramous Cleveland aid KanUrrBIIYCLE3.
But He could keep their courage alive
litaleeinees than dry hones, and thin wag His disciples amid the afflictions, bereavements _
I the condition of Israel In the time of Eze- by promises which would stimulate temptations and hvrdshi pa

kleL Some were in Babylon, some in i hope awaken anticipation, and. as they of life. e Especial attentloa girt. to oar Vtil Orders
Egyptand some still In Emmanuel's land. were fulfilled would make their faith We GvraBtee RatWtctUm, bath ta food aid
The of His second coming .
liter' were a few like Ezekiel, Daniel and stronger. He gives four promises of 2 promise rkea. taIloBMoreadiayo4rofder*to ,
If had only
I Jeremiah, who walked with God but the deepest import and widest scope? "I will come again. they 15 a" 17 Liars St., JACKSONVILLE, rUe
how the .
Him. disciples ONLY 18.00
had rebelled against :
nation it
u a 1. Though He was to leave them
God.I. ahead and would have been comforted in the midst : 4-21 D. E. COOPER Co.
was only that He might go The .
I "And be Bald unto me, Son of man, This of their eorrow& bow they would have ,
an thesis bones live And I answered, 0 prepare a place for them. promise been inspired to increased zeal and ,
ia not to the 11 alone, but is for Christ'sfollowers
knowe tt' Many would I ,
God. has
in His Ausa Christ gone
hara Bald that It wee simply Impossible, in all ages. He is absent -. '. .
from earth. but. meat precious promise. Chas. N. visas
will to Him. But in all our : ""
for many say today that a dead body We long see He is coming again. -*;: -
never rise again; bat the dead body that yearning for His presence there Is the ,
"He that
i: U buried in the earth shall never see ute consciousness that He is bus)'. He is 8. The promise of power
I of God him belineth in Me, the works that I d'shall -STATE AGENT FOE-
; Ezeklel. by the Spirit upon getting the new home ready. We are -
t did not presume to wy what God could or to the bride the obnrch for the he'do also and greater works than i
i could not do, but meekly answered us in prepare these shall! he do because I go unto I
great home coming. This is still preparation .." Divine. ia here
this versa ". power
I I i. ":gain be sold Unto me, Prophesy time for Him and us. By and by promised The work-- --that- Christ did-the--- Longman & Martinez ,Paints
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upon theaa bone and say unto them, U the marriage supper. dbciples were to do and even greater .
I f dry bonea, hear the word, of the Lord I' 3. He promises to come and receive Sun
ye i works. Christ was going to His father, ,
orolpeak to dry bones- seemed a foolish I them to Himself. This also means all Lime Brick. Shingleg
i I In the source of all power, and thence He I. ,,,, ,
t and vain thing for there was nothing God's saints. Many ask as Peter says .
be able to give them even greater
a dry bone that could poulbly bear or repond. in his epistle "Where is the promise would .
I I Many 6nd it hard to believe that ef) His coming" because all the little power. This promise was fulfilled to Cement and Coal Tar.

u unsaved soul ia as dead a*a dry bone world in the rim of their heroism shows I the disciples. The power of Christ became
and think that there must be a spark of their power. They performed:
j I the divine somewhere In every sinner that no change. But believers! look for Him. miracles, as He had performed them Agent for Sickler's Peerless Cement Plaster.
of God. work for Him pray for His coming, .
I laD respond to the votoe spiritual works were
I and even greater
i i ft. 'Thua saith the Lord God unto these and patiently wait. Be watchful anddiligenU performed by them after the Holy 13 South Hogan St., Jaduonrilld, Florida. 10.tl.
Behold I will cause breath to enter

t t bottec.Into yon and ye shall Uvel" The whole 8. He bad done great works-healed Ghost came.this By belief to, by do faith*wonderful we can A Chance..to do Your() ,

i Bible from beginning to end U a record of the sick opened the eyes of the blind, possess power .
what God has done, U doing and will do works for Christ.
raised the dead and taught
and a testimony to the great truth that cured lepers 4. The promise to answer prayer LITTLE BROS.
and the
I' with God nothing U Impossible (Math. truth regarding God man "If ye shall ask anything in My Name

lit, 18). He who created all things by world as never man understood before I will do it." Oh the privilege and

I JIlt word can cause breath to enter into Moses bad done &great works but Jesus power of prayer We may not under 4 FERTILIZER and PHOSPHATE CDMI'AIiY

dry' bones and Be ia looking for people surpassed him in wonders and wisdom.No stand the philosophy of prayer but

through whom He can work nia wonders man bad ever spoken ae He had; no __ t the n.amiss ,., Christ tn
people who have faith in Him. one performed such prodigies. Now Hepromises wo can accep |' u* tv Jacksonville, Florida.If ,

C. And I will lay sinew upon you and "greater works than these answer! our prayers.
wW bring op Ctihh upon you and cover How precious how priceless these ,
His believers
with akin and put breath to yon, and shall ye do. That means promises but they are only so to those:
you ye hail live and ye shall know that I am in all lands and for all time. How ia it who believe them and act npon them J b you are requiring rtlllzm for YrgtUblef

the Lord" It la all the Lord's doing that possible It is incredible till PentecostCOWed. Let us do so. for "He is faithful who and
Pineapples etc. to u we cut give
Oe may be glorified. In creation and redemption Then, filled with power, sinful hath promised 1Mmore

and in the new creation God is men. saved by grace preach the truth. Bible Realiugs.-Nnm'. zxiiL IB 11t :. value for jour money than toy other Mu
1 the one who doea ail Behold I make all and sinners become saints. If possible! xxiii. 14 Pa 4.. e I Ib .
things pew I" (Rev ixl, 6.) He says, "I it is more wonderful than the work of Dent vii 9; ; nfacturer or dealer IB this SLate or from any ,
14.cv.. 42 Luke i. 60-75. ',
Will work and who shall hinder (let) it? Ixxxix. -,<
Im. xllil, 18.) the Sinless One. It continues. The Rom. i. I. 3.: iv. 30. 31 II Cor. i. 19 I ,F-g-_'. other SUte. Write for panaphleU, price, eta,
( and .
the die
Gh06t'stiD ,0.-: .
i commandIi' Holy inspires Tim i. 1 Titus 1 ;"; ; __ .
!I T. "So I prophesied M I was 20; Epb iii. 1-7. II ; .t. '
U still proclaim the gospel! and it to above add rei'. (-1S.$S
s L' The verse goes on to tell the result ciples 1.2; Heb vi. 10-20: viii 6: z. 23; II
The acts greet thing for the believer la to still saves all who believe. Petit ,

be *4tfflng and obedient" (Isa 1, 10). 4. He throws wide open tie.iooo of .. _, -4

hash U building the ark, Moses the tab- the Divine treasure bouse.'He wturter- Vot.v-*!.* !IMv.* !_-**:... .. ATTENTION MEECHANT8I r

made, Bdlomon the temple, did Just aa. signs in advance every petition of Bit The temptation to. _bjlieve that God

they were told. God gave the instructiona brethren. "Whatsoever ye shall ask in doth not concern HiiiiM-lf directly with

I ftad the one and only unquestioning thing required obe-of My name, that will 1 do. The only oar individual affairs in incessant In THE MIAMI\ BOTTLING WORKS .
them was Implicit
dienoa. The.worker with God ta0 remember proviso is that it is asked in His nameWe sou)* cane* it U 4.e to our setae rf being v

r. thai.'It U God who worketh' are coining to know the meaning lost in the.; crowd of the insignifi- Is prepared to deliver, EXPRESS PKXFAIO all reipOBilbi parUn

i 1.I (PhiL U. IS), and It Is the worker's prlvlIee {.of that more clearly aa the years pass. cance of an individual no matter how

..to nee God alone and trust Him to ao- I "In Ills name!I" Not for self not in important in comparison with the millions BOTTLED SODA J POP y GINGER ALE.. etc.. '"

veompUah all His pleasure (Is& Iv, U). pide-: gi.-m8licei humbly of human beings whom God must
lonng-l Patronage If Dade County Utrchalts StltciUd aid Satisfied C.".....*._
,breath in them.
1 "There waa no ly, trustingly, all faith all have equally in mind with ourselves.In

Then was complete organization-bones, charity, is bound up in it and He other cases it is dae to genuine C. CASTELLANO. Prop. MUSI. YLA.11.24If ;
sinews, flesh and akin,all In order-b il no that at >
keeps His fourfold promise. Work and humility to the conviction we
scattered all
Ufa. Instead of dry bones
humble to receive 4
host of wait. our best are too '"
saw a great
about the prophet now ji
bodies of men with wonderful possibilities That Prayer Meetlm*. special divine aid But God Himself .
if they only had life in them. There are has taught us the contrary. It is a i
I the regular midweek meetingof .
many and seemingly perfect organizations mean characteristic of His infinite nature
tat terth to do what U called the Lord'11Iurk. the church. When one Is first con tha\ He ia able and willing to interest

but they D1 to go by hand power vented and full of ardor, how regular Himself in every one of Hia created beings .

instaul of steam power. or electricity he ia in attendance and how ready to and that He literally does this. It

There ia no Ufo in them. speak and pray I What life.and spirit is only acting the part of a true believer Recognizing the demand in West Palm

9. "Thai aalth the Lord God, Come there la to the singing and the greetingsat therefore. to appreciate that divine
four winds,0 breath,and breathe Beach for
from the the close I What desire and persna- vouchsafed to us for
upon these slain-that they may Uvel" don that others attend and take part! leading are fail The Tropical SunJob
They bad once lived but an enemy called our following, nor does experience .
death under the power of the devil (Heb. All goes BO well and our spiritual' life to confirm the fact Thousands of b* Bond Ice at RnaUa Rate

U. 14) bad been at work. God made man grows strong and full Then there lievera have borne witness to it in emphatic :

in lila own Image, but through the devil comes too often a period of drifting language. Most of us, who.have' Courteous Tit wt' of All Mm
sin came and death and the curseand Something prevents attendance for a been Christiana for any considerable ,

ruin.and God alone can restore that which week cr two, interest slackens with ab- time have been conscious of it--Congregationalist -
the epemy destroyed. Hia way of restoring pence, and then the service is neglected.

.aeon in Gen.,8,8. The Spirit and duties are forgotten or refused and the The Arctic Ice Works
the moves. Department
the Word God do the work Spirit soul is adrift How is.It with yourself TIt ire Standing Still.
and sneaks.
e 10. ..So I prophesied. Be commanded is easy to say. "I am as good a A perfect childhood is a growth
me. and the breath came into them, and Christian as ever But the fact remains Jesns grew in stature and in favor with OF MIAMI, FLORIDA

they lived. So the seemingly impossible if yon neglect the prayer meeting God and man. The child that does not ,

became a living reality and God did it instead of using it as in times past develop is unhealthy. Growth la normal .

all but Be used His willing and obedient you are not as good a Christian, but and necessary So it ia with a Christian Prints Letter Heads Have this week arranged to carry a full
who was willing to be foolish
errant weaker less helpful to others, farther
enough in the eyes of wise people to speak', and He must grow: there is no stand- supply of Ice which will be delivered to
from Oed, less Joyous hopeful
to dry bones which had not a particle of ing still for the child of God. Each! new Note Heads .

life in them. We do not need to look for faithfuL You need the prayer meetingThe day should find him stronger and wiser all parts of town; promptly and regularly. -

a rwpoaiive heart in which to BOW the -stronger to resist temptation and to StatementsBusiness
eeed. but simply speak His message as He Quiet Hoar. serve the- Master, and wiser in know We will endeavor to merit your

commands us and leave all the results to Many of those who have reached the ing his will and performing hia work Cards

Him in quietness and confidence upper heights of Christian experience -William T. Ellis.Forgetfalneta patronage. I
11. Behold they say, Our bones are have been in the habit of }having a spe- Bill Heads

dried, and'our'hope is lost We are cutoff I cial time each day set apart for readingthe .
fur.our part*." They bad reason to'' Bible meditation and prayer. Whoever of Sell. a And all kinds of Fine Stationery H. H. COOK Local Mgr. 1 Ia

think ao and to feel ao when they consider would learn anything must take I A devout woman once wrote thus ,

ed themselves and their ciicnmstanoea,the "In my own family I try to be is littlein ,
time and concentrate thought it .
result of their sin against God, but since upon the way as possible satisfied with :I
< No one can become acquainted with the Are You Supplied?
them to their
He had promised to restore everything and never to believe for a
Jer. xxix 10) it things! cf God without taking time and
own land after 70 yean( moment; that any one means unkindly
WM their privilege to believe His promise giving thought tq it One may "say toward If people are friendly and
and expect that for His own name's sake trig prayers:/ through a long lifetime me. 1
it It neglect
_._ wonld do as Ha had said. and yet never understand what prayeris. kind to me I enjoy. : .1a"6 they Give us a Trial Order
113 -Thus salth the Lord God Behold, One may live in God's world till ujc vi 1 leave we, i BUI always h appy a
and alone. It all tends to one aim-for*
O my people I will open your graves old age and yet never come to know my
cerise you to come up out of your graves getfnlnesa of'telf in order to please .
God If have desire after
and bring you into the land of Israeli!* you any god- God."Catholic Universe. Established 1875.
liness and of heart and life set
Vot ooly from the nations where they an purity

in some lieD*' a buried people but from apart some time in each day when you And We Will
Hold Sorrow.. '
litekal grave shall literal dead bodies can shut out all the world and shut William A. Bours & Co.

count furth according Isa. xxvt, 19: yourself in with Him Then sit! atJetius' Hold sorrow till its most selfish aspect ,

Dan. xlt. 1, 8 "Every purpose of the feet and let'1Iim talk ,to yon I passes, till it turns its religious side to

'Lord shall be performed" (Jer. 11. 29) not through the Bible through the Holy you. till time and experience and faith Grain Garden Seeds and Fertas.No.

only against Babylon but for Israel and Spirit. Ia not this thing needful in do their work till you feel not its .

At berame us to honor God by believing lifer gloom, but its glory; not ita cross but .
that lie will do a* He baa said. your Please You.:. .
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its crown not through any EAST STREET; -:- JACKSONVILLE. Fu.
And shall know that 1 the
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lose its sanctifying influence the greatest
lord when 1 have opened graves, 0 .
Lord, what a Chang rtthin ua one short hour lobs the eon) can meet-J. F. W.
my people and. brought you up out of Spent in Thy pnsenee am tvall to make; We handle only the Best and most ReliablA complete Stock of
your graves!1' Hia lament over Israel wart hear? burden hum our UIMNDI take; .

wwi.Israel doth not know,my people doth What parched grounds refresh u .tth a shower Corn Oats Flour Bran Wheat Grits
The Hay
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But consider(Isa. i, 8). They know not We kneel., and an tiuutu] tu Kenu to lower; .. ,

the way of the Lord nor the judgment of We rise and a U-the dt tent and the stagStand Christianity. .. is the only religion witha I Meal Cotton Seed Meal Both Bright and Dark.AT
,their God (Jer. Y, t). out U tunnT outline brave and clear. child in ita system! or salvation! and ._
11 U "And shall put my Spirit in you W* _. how week l UetUe. how lull rf power therefore it is the 'only religion for .
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and ,shall live" When all this shall childhood.-William T. Edit

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'lOHTHEilEOFBATtLE( : line,'were the soldiers! oa picket duty. :

Y .. They bad- generally secured '''a mat of City directory. ttAdvertisers
.'. some kind from ruined \ BARGAINS worth
a native but V BUYING
f : '''. It :' .". r and made of it a screen to protect them OFFICERS. -

} ; Eliza-Archard Conner Tells of from the fierce sun a1'". This matting WH.MON WHIUJMKMayor ., -

-r.- the Fighting'Around was likewise adroitly nestled in among GEO.S.ADAMS,Clerk AsMasoraadTrcammFACT. -AT- --+

:f- Irlanila. swaying 'banana banners, that ". C;JONES '" no Barthal 9

it might sot f be an attraction too visi BOARD OF ALDERMEN, .. THE 1 BOSTON

THE sole, drawing toward it a brown mane GEo.Y. P0T-r2L. "",,__PrwMenl STORE i'

.. TAGALOS MODE ,OF WABFAM: rifle or knife aa the case might be. 'I JOHN B.BEACH_... -].D. MATBIS .
stood awhile at the intrenchments, admiring J.A. STU WDEIlJIAN...CEO. L. BBAXNING G '. \ :
L about equally the beauties of CARL SCHREBNICK.......... B. M. POTTER MRS. J. HANDELSMAN is here for the
.. Attention. .. t
Paid Code f Chi.R nature and the fine physique the sol! Council meeting on the island 34 Tuesday IB next week and will sell
died W.r .IIow the Xtlvea Secure diers, when the voice of Major McCam- each month at IGop. m. \
Cmxa v.d '.L.a.aJtloD-Tlae Health mon spoke softly, but persuasively: Goods

:. -aa:Spirit ., 'oar Soldier. In them !. "Better not linger here very long: .1. Dry > -

[,: s '.,Pfllliltse.: might draw a'shower cf insurgent bul- _
-,' : leta any minute you know I" County Directory. Clothing IATCOSTI! :: .

m I did DOt linger.
iC: \ MAKQA. Hay 25.-.The war goes on One thing I am glad to report to the Shoes I
bj sparta and dashes at OFFICERS.
r irregolar inter people at home
> tala. After thefint desperate -you will not see in a A.E. IIEYSER... _._... County Judge k
*JK&* early ia Petrnarythere/ ; waaV compara fighting month body of men travel who in look the in civilian better world health a A.ROBT.*. QUIUBT.R. T A ..........Circuit Court Clerk COME ONE, COME ALL, TO .

'tive Junior weeks.The lines stretched and spirits than our soldiers out on the B.J. CHI LUNGWOBTH YI.OLPrOlleClltiDI_ Attorney..Shelia Who Use the t
out thin and --? THE *
?' long, and it was' necessary linen They are now mostly clad in the U. J$. GI.UBE'S.... ... __Tn: Assessor BOSTON = STORE
.I.. &. 4walt'till, more, troops came from brown cotton' fabric called "khaki" H. J.ANTHONY.................Tax Collector
;' '.. 'March-. w -. 'f i which the British army has found so! E.H.DI1IICK.?..._,.........?. .MTr Murer MRS. J. HANDELSMAN, Prop..
'; : 85 the active advance began excellent for WILL H. RtSSBIA,Snperrfaor of MARCUS .FRANK .
.: : wear and coolness in India ftegbtratloaFkANKLYtfSHEEJf. Manager. ..L. JVHILUffl BLOCK
igalni. By,that tuna oar.linea bjd been and Egypt. These khaki auto ..::....._ ....8aneyorZ.
,A: pressed.forward la a'wfdsniJ. circlet .and no men can fill them are becoming to .T.KERIUTT..._.8upt. Public Instruction .
till they'were from four to nine milts better COUNTY COMMISSIONERS -
,vantage than our. own. Columns of
.;; from Manila Malaboq nice: miles to I never have been greatly impressed t N.W. PITTS.c.h&irmu.Lake; Worth Ocean Steamship

,' the northward wag the point of depar with the good looks of the rank and file G.W. LAISDllT.-_ ..._....Palm Beach Company
: I
E t re.s 'Where' the1 bamboo forest and. of our American men at home 'Here 1 1 t W. J. SIIOSE ,....,_ ._...coooaI1 & Grove e

4 dense :undergrowth have been cleared am profoundly fmpressed R. MeDOSALD ?__._."__"_ OJui "SAVANNAH LINE.
. with that t W.V.RCSHIXG._._____
way open fields, whOle: Oil is vet; same because it has been called ..Keptune .
to '
l:fertile, take their place. Such open attention my CommUgionera; meet in regular sewion on i Y
i.....- field are hereabouts by the contract of our men the first Monday in each nuraio.t Florida ..,
usually devoted to with
ck tied culture and bare'irrigating ditcher believe that 'the Spaniards. I firmly] FLORIDALEGISLA TURE.XFMBU THE H
man is to To New '
';'X through them: 'A ricefield on the right day.the best looking, best fed FK01I D4PI COCKTT. 4And Boston.
and best
V, of UsJabon E N. DIMICK Palm __
was the scene of a bloody built masculine Beach ";;?_Senator .
.:- on the earth with in F. 8.
: fight March MORSE MiaroU..Represenlative A
26. In'the Short Bail Bide
foreground of finite possibilities for' farther to Savannah, Thence'
l the picture yon see this field with the meat in future The COIN Y SCHOOL BOARD. '
f troops here A
now Short
shallow Sea
; firing trenches running SUFERIKTEHDBHT OF PUBLIC Voyage
acrcsa are: mostly) from' the LSSTBCCTIOB.;
' It like earth northwestern Z. T.M ERRJTT.... ...._
freah thrown -Lemon
.;. op by a plowi states 6 tail and splendid like their. own XKXEIM or-BCHOOi- lOiSD. City TROPICAL Sailing from Savannah:

k. ..,.. J. W.JACKSONCbairman.Coeoanutflrove 6 Ships Each Week 5
i', < F o '... 'ylr E. B.KING! .._ _? .m-...._Jupiter
;: ( r A.W.GARNSTT??____ Hypoluio .
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.' AU ticket agents and hotels are supplied with sailing schedule Write for
r .- --'I' -- eral information, sailing schedules, stateroom reservation, or call on

.-if. y : SUN) E. H. HINTON Traffic Manager, WALTER HAWKINS, Fla Paaa. Agt,.
l. State Savannah. Ga.
" .: Directory. Jacksonville Pis. 6-io-0

4 ,.. i *i S EXECUTIVE DEI 1 Do You Want a -
It' w. [).BLOSUAI4, ........... ... ....Gorersl or them ?
JNO.1. CUAWFOKO_Secretarj of State Sell,and U we have STEAMBOAT
t WM. H. REYNOI.DS..COmptroller none on band to salt,we can build
Just what you want.
JAMES B. WBITFIBLD .....?--_Trewnrer .
WIl.B.LAYAR_...-.......Attorney General *
W.N. S1IEATS _....Snpt Public InstrncUon CLAIM We are also Prepared

,. L. B.WOMBWELL.M?.,.....Com.Agriculture To Furnish! ..

'I.; ......... J':s" '.......,., .:. ..'_ .... W.PATRICK H. MII.TON.R HOUSTON?..._.._...Adjut&ot Surveyor-Genertl General "'
1 .'" .,..,. .Ydtri ': .
TI Office at Tallahassee, Florid Pumping Outfits for
'," Irrigation.
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.'f.. -\ -,:."' ,'.... '......: ;.or.0 .. ._ U. S. SENATORS. It Is The

'II ._<,.- J. R. TAUAFERRO_..__...JackfWDvllI fe .
...-w :, S R. YAI"LoRY._._.._.. .__ .....Peu ewl 'Write or call on us for Anything

.. .. ... J't. U. S. CONGRESSAJEN.nOBT. Our Line that you need.

.W.DAVli..._...... ---....PalatU" Merrill-Stevens
ON TIIB FIRING LINE. 8. M. SPAKKMAN ._...........?..Tampa Engineering Co.
i>1, hare. Near these.blood stained trenches trees and monntaina. They move along) U. H.MABRY...............-...Chief Jostle) B ; f'7 'Y._ JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
f ''\f1 lie yet unburied the bodies of two with a free swinging IndependlmtmovemeDi F. B.CARTER...............Associate Justice '

American soldiers whom death has mustered and tbe pride of kings in their I S. F. !AYWR.e: .. tr48 ,hOPlul'l'oa Jacksonville Marine Railways

r oat ia a countrj far from bums laces They are anxious only to gat l I R. R. COMMISSIONERS _
This nasty job would have been over .to: the fight finish this thing and net H. E.DAY Chairman__ .._Galnesvlll .

tnoaths ago tithe natives were civilized back to cI"Ulife again. J. L. MORGAN_ --._-._.....Jasper

men aa so many good, old ladies in the Not all of them are soldierly in appearance J. M. BRYAN:__"._ ---.Klsiimmee Indian River
JOHN L. NEE1.1CY.ll. Clerk.... Arcadia NurseriesBudded
United States senate and 'elsewhere because hundreds of them are -
have been fond of telling the American fresh recruits who -have not yet even laha Beadquarten and offices of the Board at Tab Advertising Citrus
+ Trees
see. of
learned what every variety on Soar Orange and Lemon Stock; a!to ran
public Bat they will not coma ont Gudyard Kipling callsthe line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees

tndfigbt Their way ia. tocravsl on.theground "goose step" but with drill anddiscipline ... eluding Budded Mangoes 50 Varieties of Crotons suited, jj to Varieties this sestina of, in.

like slimy serpents, through the tbeee northwestern boys will ().() 98 Palms Roses Strawberry Plants Pineapple Slips Ktc.:
bamboo and banana thicket WI They in time 'bo the finest looking body of .
Ota pick of! American.'soldiers. .It they soldiers alive today; take them where General Directory. Proprietor -:- WEST PALU BEACH fl*. ,

are caught, they swear they are "ami yen may; Except of course for the ; ----- ---- --.

I eg*"friends.. After having made this danger of being shot the boys out on '?
declaration, so soon as the soldier's the Ijneo have it more comfortable thanwe COURT CALENDAR. MEDIUM Florida
back ia turned they win out with a do in Manila.. They are well fed; (Seventh Circuit.) t East Coast Ry.TIME I :

bolo and knife him from behind,' and their quarters are mostly situated in M. 8. JONES .............. _.....Circuit Judge !

then ran like deer back.to their jungle. cool airy spots. In a drive of 20 m lies'ind D.BECU3.....?_?..... ..State'i Attorney TABLE NQ. 21. IN EFFECT JUNE It, Wfc i

On one of our outpoeta not long since a 'I counted only six live chickens SPRINU TERM I.
South Dakota lad was on duty at evening one dead the latter in a soldier's ha:id. Oscftola County" 1st Monday M in" March. BOOTH BOUND (Bead Down). XOUTO BOC1ID (-1:1-:
Orange! M -
in the gloaming. Be discovered two We went through the native village Lake ttb" ." .* 1 e Dstly'b.. STATIONS N le XTaMnL .,
Datives sidling toward him. They ha of Pssay thence by way of the ruinedvillage : Volnsia W .. April. Of. Any i rM Eu *r _

bo guns lie challenged them, "Who and Church of San Pedro ]Ma Brerard. tth It : 4l- pi 8 20e: Leave...............Jacksonville..Arrir* rii& ,
goes there!" Amigo," they answer- i i cati( along the igriverand across one Dade '. Ut Monday after foe,.. SliplOSUa'. Arrive..bt... *,ine...............Lea re I {x i ,,
4tb Monday 52op 1055e ...........St.AugTwnne...... ... ...Arrirvrrive t1
e d. He let them by. By an odd chance, ,, branch of it to an island( on which is) or in April. rt 6iip'1I\fla ........_........B&.linRi........""....".,..Les 5t/e'q ht 41 BtI

be bad DO cartridge in his rifle at that.: was the native town of Pasig. It is not FALL TERM. 6s1p:1l: : ....Palatka ........ ....... .... cotton
Osceola County,1st October.Over 64.111:11 1 OOalAa\'e.............. .
moment. As the two fellows were !{occupied by American soldiers not Monday in Te :' ahetka..e i mt i
they jumped behind him. and passing ill af, 'f-woman or a chicken in the place. a Orange M N N 'id5 :::::-!.Arrive ..... .........bun llnteo.... .?........L ar* .. ..$ y" ..
...... ) .. ... .
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Lake 4th 11 |jaQa15p &ve ?:an Matta .Arrirv .. .
lightning flash of intuition he detected I every acre of ground where we passed VoluBla .. M .. .. ummer 1 ; 11 Sfla Leave.... ..,.._... &ut Palatka.; ..,............ + j DAYTOrTA.O
their Intention knife him. As they the insurgents have been driven back Itrevard N Nov WEEKLY PAPER e ettvot.ettvot.ummer '143:1'''12 e 1p : .........._......Orrnoud..............".. r t t"ka DAYTOrTA.R"
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Whipped oat their knives he matched I by the American soldiers. foe TSap! lusp826p ...........?.... .Ltaritma................. : ,Ot
1st Monday after the 1th Mon CIw: 8 OP Ilbp II ................Port Ornn? ....... .... .. 1$1
1 cartridge: dropped it into hl :gun I "There. said Mr. Wallace the day in November.(70y in 15;)w II -............-New woyrea.--.....M........ ..
O 11.
tn4 fired. Fate guided the ball and' young 6hioan'who was with me. "we T SIGNAL = 8blp 222p: II II ..?.....-.. .. Oak Hill........_...... .... to
SERVICE 990 Bur J ... .
DE) I. p 1p .TI.1l>Iville ... .,. I
CM fellow dropped dead. The other ranCor i found' seven rebels lying. We buried J. CRONK................._ ... 38(; II ................'.City Point................ .. .. .
them." Ubae net II a ...:.I l41E II .................... .................... J .
bis life. The Dakotan dropped an. Olutprtrataro. mt TniilfAi. _.n_. _f_nlafGOVT .__ ._. .. ... .!- -- II ........... .....1f" .>_.&...,..."._............... .. =- ....,... lot
other' cartnago into ma rUle ana ureagala .It was at a turn in the road near the LIGHT w :;;;;; iii: ? II :....:;....".....;.Eau (;fall3e........;...."."... .. t I *i4._..Jel1
taking aim well be Pasig ferry.There too HOUSE SERVICE. In The *II ...... 421p ................Melbourue................ U
aa as could was. a strange i ...... II ..... ..... lp..M. ,1
Llrbt House at Jupiter Inlet. Ie.lil 45Tp .... ..RoIIP nd.................. lilt ,. i te
la the fait vanishing evening light of ..sickening odor in the air. JAMES A. ARMOUR......__.._._ Ie a...... Skip II .................jSebHstiaiu................ .. UC%* ..?. a.|
tbe tropics., lie could not tell then what "Could yon have missed any of J.A. WELLS......*....... Keeper a h .4 .... 3& ) II ................. St. Lnde.............'..... .. 101C* ...... *J
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.. 1st Assistant 'I ...... ( Up ..............-.Fort Pierce................ 10f .. |
esecotioa M bad done but nest day them, BEN].WEu.s..........,u....... !d AseiBtarl w 8 8 lp II .............. ......Rton .................... .. 100 I S3*! t
tilt dead body of the other 'amigo'.1 "It might easily be. Some of the 4 II TT3T 6i'p .II. ....-............. Jensen.................. WOnT T W209 -".
U. i. LAND OFFICE. flI In 5'P .............. ....smart. .............. .. .i I
Who had come ao near murdering him I wounded might have crawled off into H. S.CUUEB.._.. ._.__ .... Daily1 73Cp II ...............Hobe tvmnd................ Nay;r>m i> g r:
... toned lying in the road where the: the pnab to hide and their bodies be lying ?? ? Register Q ETn Tip ................WoatJnptter?...........". SJftkKiwtlw:
OJJi'leilt Gainesville Florida. g ilJa; 813p II .......... .West Palm Beach12 ............ :
: :
Dakotan bad dropped him. to this day. 5 TATE OfFLOliAdvertising That vai merely the. Tagalo idea of I It was a scene of ruin ever which we H 149a\ 84-Hp} .II. ............. DPlray .................. T 17"'p11CY"It
; ( ::
en .... i
4U2a! 93Tp ... ......Fort Laoderdale.......... "
S hooorabk warfare., Last summer when passed. The insnrrectos took shelter in 6 Ha'lOi'Upl' ..........:... Lemon City ...._......... f07af4jpC| | I
one fret troopi landed here and were the leaf and twig but the natives live 4oaJ10:*1
; /oca great friends with the, rebels anfsaaiTBcto in. and to prevent this every such hut BETWEEN NEW SMYRNA AM* OUAXOK CITY JUXCTiUy. '

r oficer proposed to a captain was fired along the road. All that was .. n,1 Soi ll 5TAtl6'\S. '

fa UM ABtcricaa army that they should left of hundreds of little homes was a 'S . .. .. . i.iOI! !L...........................New Smyrna... .......... ..........i... I d"
.DIM patch of blackened *, I bopIU| ............................ Lake Helen .................. ....... '
to expedition together for the ground. At one (( 21al" ....................... Grange Clry .. ................. ..Lvlti- of capturing arms from the point near Pasig our native coachman I II -406plll ,.' .......... .. .. ...OrangeClI1Jon..tloD...................w.. '* .11 l.' tly sU .
.j" "aalab aoldiera. stopped ne, gesticulating and eiclaim- I All traim between New Smyrna and Oranira Vy Juntnlun Dmlly .a n4 feanjiy"

"Too and L" eaid this sweet Tagalo jug: "Chocolate pointing at the same I,, ntTW".JcN TMUSVlt.LK AND SAXFtiRO.TUuaLv .

tdlscee "win slip up easy behind a time to something near the roadside First-Glass NoU, STATI0 N S.

tplltall aoldier on outpost duty seize that looked like a papaw grove. It .................................. .T llllfVille... .. ........ ., .. .I1
71! ................................. ... .. A*
Bia and cut bid throat and then take.It was, in fact a chocolate} grove, and I: *! *" :. .. ......... -O"teen.)liU1...................... ...................-...Lt i t4
foa." By thin gentle mode of war near it was one of the blackened patches i DI- m...!..."II..J...."........JEntorprisi. IMII."l.mi"n! !! .II. \I .
1 .'' .......... .............. .. "-
Can hundred of guns and cartridge Indicating that here bad been a Tagalo Job 'SUa'Ar."' ............... ...... ........Enterprise... ....t .baDtor Junction.. ...................................... .................. .. j 11 w ire
belt have been added to the rebels' borne. Printing Rate Sheet AU train totnyecn Tituaville and Sanford Daily accept il1UIU1. ?"

vtilabtortock.Oo The chocolate'tree groves are im

a recent Sunday was out on our mensely profitable. In this grove growing KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

' streoM ontpouta southward. On San close against the tree trunk here The g 4Q tbe soldier b apt to be either waah- and there along its length were things At the si"' m nip From Miami 11830 p. m. Tn ..laya and KridAjra. ArrivT''City "raJ.t
tug or fighting: Here on the sooth althoagh that looked like: small, bright red SOD Office. \Vrni"of to ]and Her with West steamer.1:30: p. m. Wednesdayi Iud Saturday. Traio U coactets 1

there had been 'considerableftrifif squashes.! Inside these grow the eeedae Will be Sent on Ap (ruin K.y Wr t From Key West 3:90 p. m. Wednesday tad l ,
early In the morning the boya that are roasted and ground to Olrret. Miami 5:30a.m. Thursdaysand Sand4yx eonngctlin tardayi wu' trftlnTt.Ann I :

wen peacefully renovating their week chocolate of commerce Our native Mul Frum Miami, 5 a. .m. s
Leawdlp Arm.
"YL .iI
ly tiaea. At the same time on the line coachman sprang up the trees like a ,.' .< siJl.West 1 p_ ni loDdaYlan"! ThuryadaydL6are Key W. I ..
ID the north around Malolos one of toonkey. which he does not look unlike ."c .mi"-Havana tame From days.Havana Arrive Ilavaua G a. m. Tua Jaya and ?rid. a I
plication. Bailing; direct for Miami 11 a. m. Ta.... '
.til* bkjodiest fights since February wa lie quickly stripped them of tbe bright ..Lt ir.wWM*. and FridaYL.ArrI.e Miami 5 a. m. Wednesday' ant 1i.tvtd.Js!; '
taking place a fight singularly fatal red fruit and gathered it into an armful connecting with trtn 7H.;

tot ouomc n. There the brave, laiuenttd The armful would bring him $3 inMabila. .These Time Tables show the times at whiiih train and boa't! maT be expwH!11I unwa f j
depart the several .
CoJotwl Stotu&berg of the first Nebraska He @aid. Thoaone poor heathen I hated ia sot guaranteed.DOT tatiooi dons the and Oompaov port., bat hold their itself arrival fwptllltllbM or d irttu for Mar.t the nine r
wu killed. man's loss was another heathen man's. .. "** DeDON r looaf! therefrom. i Lay '
For of time card call !
eop at 229 West Bay Street Jacksonville,
a4 lr
gain. > M .
Oo the south of where we were the J.P.BBCKWTTH. Traffic Manager. '
.. J. n BAHNE3. ..
A.A i
iMargent lines were leas than athontad One insnrrecto was found lying stiff W. $.. MITCHELL, : ':' ."- f S'- .A nruiltine.! A. 1
yards away, though we could not and stark in death with a silver peseta '
sea them through the bamboo and ba- (a Spanish 20 cent piece) clinched between Repairing Neatly Done, Harness

(MM bosh Major McCammon of tbefourteenth his teeth,which were displayed Sewed and Repaired.

regular*conducted oe along in a ghastly grin. These poor souls are Ont-of-town customers
tb. line of the treacbos. A little beyond- fall of superstitions.FTJEA promt attention. will receive
: Shop on Olive
Mote,, dotted bcxtud there along tho A.BrHARB Ooflx>Ia lug.next door north of TROPICAL. 'SUN Street Bail 8.J8 i Ik I SUBSCRIBE FOR THE SUN }

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I : unerring accuracy what took place .C9UNT JO; IQNERSJ: >OINGS place a telephone in the office of the both needed to fully develop the raft;I WHERE WE W08SMJP

hundreds of years from the time they Clerk'of the Court for the use of the all sunshine with no shade il apt to
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uttered it. 'The overthrow of Babylon, County officials on official business. The : ripen the fruit before it I is fully grown. I
A Report of the Protecting:.f Dads'stominlulonen
Ninevah Tyre, Jerusalem were all fore rate to be $36 per year, which will give Anyone knows that fruit that becomes! A Directory If tbt Uai C&srsitt
: at 1 !u':"Meeting
told. The coming of Christ His birth, the 'phone the use of whole system. ripe before it is grown is not the best. 1 ... RtIeI. IeGld lL.p.
I time of birth, life, <
rately predicted. Some refuse to acceptthe MIAMI TELEPHONE CoMPANY slat-like work. Thus it is sunshine and ....,.. Sff.t**** ,"

Bible becauseitis. full of mysteries. MIAMI, FIA., August i, 1899. Said proposition was accepted by the shadow where the fruit is. The fruit kJ'JcM'.LL as.ClI5I1SItbIS45W4MI.L. FIT*j AMI* mass v, **si.. =

There, are doctrines beyond reason. Board of County Commissioners met Board. from the shed is larger firmer better Service tvtty tawby Heraiagat u e'd1**. J
11 I this Present Geo. W. Lainhart au_, JIdIuOt at I,. .. .
Nature is full of masteries. Gravitation day. Geo. W. Lainbart presented the following .. flavored and in better condition for ..surauuui e. *t. A.e*.w,..H.e.. 6* '.. /
dials man; N. W. Hits, W. V. Rushing, tiw Scrawt M* rwnft ..4a&f t awl
H a Growth is a mystery. shipment than that which ripens full
mystery. :
,, receipt relating to expenses on icmta. I... U r.tti.Mtu Hind**,
; Man is a mystery; made up of body and W'I. Shone and R. E. McDonald; R. J. County vault, for which warrant was tropic or snb.tropic sunlight. 'This U W.t. &.J&n.... ,Sau*Uiy.

I souL Who can 'tell what memory is, Chillingworth. sheriff; A. P. Qnimby I Issued to him at last meeting of the another reason for shedding. One who
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how we grow etejThen County Commissioners: knows a good pineapple, ,will give r.,7 V5JWe
I I- The minutes of last meeting were read P51* lwk.
make too much ,of for of shedded than
some say more a crate nn-
and apPry d. ; '.- > f OFFICE DEEBOLD SAFE AUD LOCK Co. Serr'CM win b* kid rttntafiy mry teato
faith in Christianity. Faith is no limited : Collection Department. } shedded pineapples. I think the time at u.o-m..U the rvbowpelcfeKreS.C'c: *. etKw
I The of U al fetactta mmi*. KcvTlU >tttUVDHU'CClLDmttutwy .
petition Geo. Zapf and C.
to religion. We are exercisingfaith J. Canton, Ohio, July 17, IB99.I will come when fruit grown in a shed J55ue5H15457 will mvs euisi lMtirremI.

-\\\b- all the time in all departments of Lanther to sell liquors wine ard beers, I Ceo. W. Lainhart, Chairman, West will be shipped in crates marked rrfctejr M 14*
in District No. 2. was presented to the Po .. Maa.Gui 1. )laTc&i. pvvs%
life. We little knowledge by Palm Beach Flo. 'shedded
get very : as the consumer win want Has. CUDs *. Sccttuj*.

our senses ; it comes. by faith.- Our Board, and as each of the abo<*e parties We are in receipt of your favor of the that kind of'fruit, and gladly'pay more

knowledge of the heavens ; our geological -I. had complied_wiUUhe law. inking notice 14th inst with stated icclosnre draft for It.One. P. .. Ctwnh, &iiith.Maday .

knowledge ; our knowledge of his 'of their appticabons andts no objections $870, which we place to your credit in remarks, "This building of sheds 3 P M.. '"School fy .sa4 M a.*,ouu4. 0tV4fsH tpvartfc_Ipttftt IctfM 8k4
1 ROPICAL oiI tory ; our knowledge of other lands all were presented to the Board, settlement for vault work> supplied our costs money." So it does. The erection lag aMUIIII Ttmnday PmJayaflcr.sua nelltttP tt rot.,5.. LMe'rrat&fc-fmyot

come to us l hy faith.in the statement of permits were granted.The account No. 15225. With thanks for of a building for mercantile purposes vice ,,..,MCOiI4! sad third sunday.: a f MAMtkat
4' petition of W. N. Woods being ft a. ..sad r.is p._.. ta tNt.v*>
I 'ADVERTISER; others. same, we renfain costs money. If the merchant erecteda lag a MMIC wrvioi wia bt bM half M h... kt* .
The trouble is not with the head so presented to the Board for permit to sell fare UM ffirajfly distal..*.. Wo onfti tie
-- 1.:......... _:_A. A_.1 ,, J_ n:_...:...... u Yours very respectfully, building out of which to tell one stock clad to ha** rua BTIH.MH i &t tad ktuss I
.i much as with the heart. We are not 11.1\1. wiuca BUU. uccrs fnuisinci S\O. DEEBOI.D SAFE & LOCK Co., of goods, it would not be profitable. The TIM PowrU S 4ar..A1'r::
; absorbed in 7, and as due notice'. application had 1.iat&utlIs.as.
Christians because
we are
OF RE%' S. D. PAINE Per Weeks. rule would. apply with the pineapple At Uoytoa.r .. .. 'I
SERMON material things-in business, m domestic been published provided by law, .rower. If he erected a shed to grow *...J. K. WaUUB, ......
Is' objsxtions, If any, were called for.W. S. Pay-rolls for six witnesses, amountingto
affairs, etc. We are procrasti but one crop there would be no profit
Graham $' 3.10 for the July term of the County ...... ., -.... Cbanfe.I'utur'i .
Church, have time attorney, presented a petition .
At the West SJde Congregational nating. We say we enough There are several pineapple shed .
Court, were approved. IH. s. D.rL......
8a.day Sight.. Augukt 6. 1899. yet. Those in the New Testament who signed by 46 tax payers and residents of I 'Tw nty.live dollars were appropriated here. Among the most prominent for SstIt&.sa4T1p. .. *asday

delayed never came-the rich young District No. 7, remonstrating against a proper cultivation care and fruit is that &..44,, sad lUfab" t..* at 19Eodaavur ... .. .
license being issued to said/Wni N. to Mrs. Brooker, of Stuart, for past care Cb..la. .t tSU ft. a. h13s,
Rev. S. D. Paine preached to one of ruler, Agrippa, Festos and many others. and. medicine for a destitute while Invalid .of Col. R. P. Davidson' Major R. Clarke, MeethigWie4iyatTp.. .
the largest congregaticns last Sunday Don't take the example of the penitent Woods for the following reasqn:: Charles Wilkensonand C. D. Knight
named Ernest Hoffman and S.oo
night that has attended his ministry I. thief and defer your salvation to the For keeping a disorderly saloon and I ask the reader to visit with me Major ft. Run1 CtUulte CtMa.....
month allowed her for the
a was
since he has been in West Palm Beach. eleventh hour. Come now while you dance hall. supportand Clarke's pineapple shed. The Major Begii.li( with Saaeax.JiMarjr .... Um
wit M. sad
care of the said invalid. Holy fIc'rtaQII mry tauU/
Every seat in the church seemed to be can do some good in the world and help W. N. Woods was represented by Jas.T. has a few of several different kinds atlOaeI.rkass. .ssda1chuC4.Sp.as..
W. P. Hatchett, W. H. Girtman and VrTM-rivrTkvitT.aup.M.
Histext was from John xx, 27: the cause of God and humanity. Sanders as attorney.: !fter a lengthy of for .._
occupied. Elijah Meridith and R. T. Stephensonfiled pines growing just an experiment, Oa k 4a; MM writ" al 7 a.a.t .
1 "Reach hither thy finger and behold argument ,I my hands, aud reach hither thy hand ---- ?-- -- Court were brought Into the Clerk's office applications to sell liquors, wines quality of fruit. Those experimental I .".D1c1' Stap &&.4... | *. 4.Icnthts ..

and thrust it into my side, and be not CO'lTON FROM DADE. ani used to show that said Woodswas and beers in District No. 7. The usual kinds the He .t ." ......

faithless, but believing." And Thomas not a law-abiding citizen. notice as required by statute was ordered : are not money-makers. Meet Cray Friday Kt(1imia .'cfack.* 4.
S said unto Him, "My Lord and my God!" 1.-- published for thirty days. has 200 Porto Kicos. The Porto Rico aid Umr. VlritiM bnikm ...dLdIy .....
Moved and carried, that it being shown is Calc 1111 over fthUr School "si4iug.
the and the
One of the most forceful arguments A Cotton Bolt Canne Surprise on the The following bills were examined, pine largest among best a. a II Am*tin,C.C
that we have in the whole! round of Memphiit Exchange. by the records of theCourt, that Wm. N. audited. approved and ordered to be The Major bad many from ten to 'WI(.Iwl), Ja.. K.GI La.. "'
,Woods i is
evidences for the Divine inspiration of not a. law-abiding citizen, the naif vna) ant.Jas v.r\t the..." n u....n.......ral... .r..it...... .. sixteen pounds- each. He has a right- to
the Bible is the fidelity of the sacred Board or county Commissioners therefore be proud of his Porto Ricos, as they
Miami, Aug. 7.-Several weeks ago refuse him a permit to sell liquors, Geo W Lainbart. Agt. freight on FUN AND FACTS.
1 writers in describing human character- there was sent to Mr. II S.'Kealhbfer, wines and beer in election district No. County eflecU........_.._......_- ?... 24 58 make a fine show in the midst of any
istics. They not only extol the virtues 7, J E Lammas, S X Davis and Jno fruit. Major Clarke's favorite fruit is -S -
of Florida Coast
A. G.F.. A. the East
as petitioned. Carried unanimously.; Reed blUa .__ ___.. 29 60
of the men and women of the Bible, but ? *f the smooth Cayenne. There are many Witty Sayings later.,.,..* With
several bolls of cotton from a
I Welsh J M Court
.Captain Grajson carpentering on
requested permission
they set forth their defects theirStheir vices, four-year-old plant grown here. Mr. to make a change in the road in Hone_?._????..?..?....??? ... 85 75 points in its favor. It is a large apple. Business Bar Iu.
County !
do not attempt The plant is vigorous and The
I healthy.
impetfec ons. They Kealhofer sent them to Mr. Hotter, secretary Section ELBrady&CoblllofEGAllen.__. 85 75 .
S. R.
the 29, Tp. 52 42 E CaptWelsh S W effects 23 50 apple stem. The .
to conceal or to gloss over Douglasg.draylng County grows upon strong
I of the Memphis Cotton Exchange.To The mob down tad
of the characters ,theyrepresent having filed* plat, .and agreeingto II Broker Co, feed blU July H II plant is stocky and vigorous, thus the swooped swept

imperfections Uninspired men do. We say that Mr. Hotter was surprised at make the change at his OWH expense, Higley. ........._._.... ......... ?._.. 8 00J fruit is held up, sustained by the. tem away hia stock of .pies. IU mad a
the statement that the cotton was picked permit was granted.Commissioner D MatblB, feed bill July Mr Mil- furious and arrested.
octt-rjr was
emphasize the excellencies of our friends from a four-year-old plant is putting it I barnc.___.____._._....___ 4 00Dlailck from falling to the ground, which prevents
and are silent as to their faults. The The is taken from the Rushing made his report & Hlllhouse mi bill July premature ripening or the fruit "See here," ald the Judge, ", mi",
little boy reading the epitaphs on the mildly! Scimitar. on the. proposed' new road, as entered Matilda WUllania__.__.._. 8 40' decaying by coming in contact with the "wasn't you one of the fellow who
Memphis Evening 107 of these minutes, and Walter Kitchlog, mdue. for J T Dan-
on-page "
his mother "M m. ground. The smooth Cayenne is a kicked all that racket?
grave stones, said to "One might imagine the surprise of recommended that the Board appropriate forth......_...??.._ ?.._. .............?.. 23 40' pop I up
ma, where are all the wicked people secretary Hotter of the cotton exchange Biscayne Lumber Supply Co.lumber ular .fruit in the market. There U "No, CLudge," be earnestly pro.
for the work to be done said
1 buried 1" This is a commendable trait when he received by mail $100 ,etc..Court House._. __ _.? 235 89 always a demand for the Cayenne. tested. "I raaa't. I *u cheat an
I and the of a noble this morning $uxi: to be turned over to H. E. Sewell, T N Can tier, nidae for Court House.. 7 45 Major Clarke has4.000 bearing smooth "
of humanity quality innoctnt Clenlacd
s.-teral bolls 'of cotton from the southeastern bystander. -
C H. Racey and Hiram Olds as soon as A S Carroll, work on Court House_ 1 90 in his shed at least half
4\\ mind, to say nothing ungenerous of the part of Florida.! The sample received the work is completed. R B Moodej-, work on Court House1 25 Cayennes an Plain I>>tller.
departed. this morning bears a staple of t X W Pitta one day Co Com...._..__ 17 00 acre in this popular kind.: Ibis .yearhe '

Moses is held up as a model of selfsacrifice about one and one-half inches, and would The following petition was'presented Geo W Lainhart. one day Co Com..._ 15 40' will sell at least 100 crates. The last Orr Bull Co.Dog the Shirts best Made by the Sweet

the fact tat he killed an W J Rhone one day Co Com .,..... 3 00 quotation I saw was $5.00 a crate. If are
yet sell for about cents on the market. the Board AT SIRKIN'S BAZAAR. i.Sans"Efyo'.gwlneterbedecan. ,
I 12 to : W V Rushing day Co Com.._._ 19 90 1 ; .
-sand one one North or South ;
in the can a
and hid his body grow
i Egyptian I II It is twice as valuable as the cotton To the Honorable Board of County Commissioners R E Mcuonsld, one day Co Com.....,.. 2 00 ...
that will give him { half an
I Is narrated. .. raised in this part of the country, and R J rhiUlngworth one day Co Com. 2 00 500 upon
Carmel of'Dade County, FloiidafL, acre, he should be satisfied ; but tne t Colonel, I kin o' on tft'
Elijah was-a hero on Mount while it has no specific class under the A F-tJnlmby, one day Co Com and pot ; (

and yet fled from duty and lay down present conditions, it would be recognized We, the undersigned, being citizens undrlet..______ .__ _..._ 16 05' Major does better than that, he had at some queer goin's on ob de folk ;In Indidft

and asked God to and property owners living in the vicinity Ur Brooker attention to invalid part of his crop 6,000 suckers for plant "'"
under juniper tree perhaps as Sea Island cotton. and medicine ..._.. _._.. ............__ 25 00 what'aag'injoV'The
l prayed Corfskfof your ing. These suckers are this year worth ."Indeed
take his life. About two month ago Mr. Keal- ol1h'foa. '. .. .. .. _L __ ..___ ..._. ._ Colonel- T"
David, the sweet singer of Israel, was hofer, who was at one time- with the Honorable DOaJ't gr.nl' menu puoiicroad Total _... ___.m._.$532 52 nneen cents eaca or {,1900. Ana uai 10 Sara-"yes. aar; dey'a ItIttJD' up a
as follows Commencing at ,a the value of the fruit, and you have (i-
a man of many magnificent virtues, yet Illinois Central Rai load in this city, The following bills were presented, reglar '8plra y to atop jonah people
point where the sub-division line running 400 as the value of the crop in a half-
he committed: a heinous crime that but now with the Florida East Coast examined, allowed, and ordered paid from stuttin de ballot boIOCl.P ."-

brought sorrow to his life. Railroad, was in this city, and he made north and south crosses the rock out of the Fine and Forfeiture fund : ecre pineapple shed in Avon Park in 1ek.
Peter road running from Miami to Cocoanut 1899. Major Clarke is grumbling a .
the twelve disciples was ,
Among tbe remark to Mr. Hotter that there, J W Erlckson, criminal prosecution.23 90'
I who denied Christ, judas who sold Him cotton in south-east Florida which' Grove and running due north on the A E Heyger criminal pro ,eeuUon........ 1 23 his success as a pineapple grower. He Fresh Supply Florida aad California

and Thomas the skeptic, who refused to was said: b.itvision line, dividing Sections R J Cbllllnwgorth. erimiual pro eclltlon was ia an Ohio regiment in the Civil Plums, Peaches Francs and Pears. o.lt

believe unless he had more evidence. would discount anything that had been Fifteen '(is)), Ten (10)), Three ((3)), of' ...-.._.....___........_ ?..?.? 4 90 war. He says "I prefer to grow pine Bananas in town-at airs. lIo .
raised in this section of the country. Mr.
kobert R Taylor criminal prosecot'n 10 00
Tonight I call your attention to Thomas Hotter was reticent iu taking the state Township Fifty.four (54), South of A F Quimby.criminal pro erutloD_ 2 33 apples than to fight in the South. Thereis Visitor (in St. Loub-Thy told

one of the twelve apostles. ment of Mr. Kealhofer, believing that Range Forty-one ((41)) East; also Section H F Atklnion criminal pro eeUtloD.- 2 00 more profit and pleasure in it." 1 me in Chicago that I would Sad tbia

crucifixion of Christ Thirty-four((34)),Township Fifty-three Jobn Frobock criminal proswutlon._ 3 90 There is no doubt that it is a pleasure to
Tae arrest and he was ioking at the time.: .. # _L town distressing quiet. The rour of .
the to scatter. They (53)), Kange 1'0nyone4IJ, to the soutlibank look upon tne great sea or goiaen npefruit
caused disciples I "The samples received this morning Total._.._______ .-.....-.148 26 I of traffic here i ia something tremeodoca.
regarded their cause as lost. or.the south fork of Miami River, He is about to doubt the
gave up ; Rev. E. V Blackman. of Native with nnensineaa
were sent by (listening some -
The Board to meet the first
to bury Christ. said road being three aud one-half ((334)) adjourned his shed in fact more than doubt it, so
present I
There were Miami, Fla., editor of a paper publishedin Monday in August, 1899, at o'clock. )-I'm afriad that'a another tor-
for 9 his smooth
Nicodemus and Joseph of Arimathea miles long, which your petitionerswill that be can plant 6,000 Cay. .
burial to the 'body of Christ. On that city. They were -nt through ever pray. A plat of said road will GEO. W. LAINHART, Chairman. enne suckers preferring to plant than to nado.-Chicago; Tribune.
of Mr. Kealhofer to
gave the convince
the this petition. A. P. QUIMBY, Clerk. sell them for $ oo, believing the profit is :
the morning of the day women Mr. Hotter of the fact of his assertiontwo accompany SQUARE PIANO for sale at a bargain.
who went to the sepulchre brought the months Mr. Hotter thatit Signed by H. R. Bruce and 20 others. [The proceedings of the meeting held in a fine quality of fruit for market. Instrument in (condition. Inquire at .

: of the resurrection. In the evening ago.: says Plat attached to petition.It August 7th came in too late for this The average weight of the smooth Cay SUN OFFICE s-iS-lf
; story is a fine grade of cotton and the v
there was a meeting.of the twelve. remarkable very feature about it is that the was ordered that $150 be appropriated issue, but will appear in next week's enne pineapple is about six pounds, thus "I wonder if I have everything

Christ made his appearance. Two of plant from which the bolls were taken' out of the Road Fund ,to complete paper.-ED.] making it a most popular fruit. soliloquized tbe naval bero.aa be pre I:

the disciples were absent, Judas and . said road. _ .5. There are not enough; pineapples grown :._
lived for four without ui asoore 10 toe
years replanting The world's ptW'1UJ go oanquei.
in this suppl
suicide The following County Treasurer's report country.
bad ,
Thomas. Judas There is no record that any person plant. The Pineapple Shed. from 5,000.000 to 8.000,000. annually IS "Ah, yes I I had forgotten my gag,
when he realized of Fine and Forfeiture Fund for the
stung with remorse ed the seed from which the stalk grew, S no more than should be consumed in to be worn wbeo'8peukl begin
be to death. We .month of July, 1899, was filed: It is not delicious
that Christ was to put the United States. only a
watched for the
but it has been past In the July number, The Fruitman'sGuide Widdlecombe band me that little
Thomas In the Balance June __.. but healthy fruit, curing dyspepsia ,
don't know where was. on band 30, 1899 f 915 77 a
four years, and, it is known, has placedthe under the caption.of "Pineapples, The "
diseases. Thanks.
largest box.
thedisciples meet Thomas Receipts Jnly,1899..4. ... ____ 4879 and other .square Chicago
days following seed there since the first boll was goodbye," says in part "For all practical pineapple the book tells us about was 14
him of the resurrection. He I Total __._____ ...9(54 56bltibnreemenU Tribune.
and midsf --- under
taken off. It grows in the of a purposes the pineapple season is over. pounds and 12 ounces, growing

refused to believe. Eight days pass ; bunch of bri&rs and bushes, and there is 1899...... ._...fo'month..__...___of_July.__ 214 70 The pine season is not over In Avon glass; in England in 1874. This Clarke year has. tn White Duck Pants and Coats II the
the first day of pineapple shed, Major SIRKIN'S BAZAAR.
Christ again on a thing, a{
appears Christ no other cotton around it It goes to Balance on band July 811899.749-86 Park, Fla., and will: not be for some"time beaten that. There should be more like

the week. Thomas was present. demonstrate the fact that that section of to come. An examination of the pine- the Major in the United States, then the "Are there any marks by which:

does not condemn Thomas for his refusal Florida is first-class for the cultivation The following. letter: was. read to the apple shed will show. There are several pineapples consumed therein would not you can be Identified asked the
believe, but says : "Thomas, reach Board -c-- come from foreign soil, but (rom South
to of cotton, and it is possible that ad. ,1 : pineapple sheds here with fruit, plantsin Chief of Police ttlegraphing.
is of room for preparatory to -
Florida there plenty
hither thy finger and behold my .hands, vances will be made to have the product To the;Hfn. Board of County 'Commissioners bloom and all stages of growth and thousands, as of more sheds and profits suchas .

and reach hither thy hand and thrust it planted and cultivated here." Dade (ouny. Florida. ripening. There are Thousands of pinesin the Major has. The proof is an examination "

into my side; and be not faithless but It may seem strange to Tennesseeans GENTI.EMEN the matter of let these bheds, and the owners are con of his plant and the sampling "No said the father of tU boy
believing." And Thomas was convinced, of the fruit therefrom.-Peter Prindle in who bad started to Minnesota to
that cotton will grow here year after year, ting the County printing, I would most atantly shipping at a profit.
and God!" N. Y. Fruitmans Guide.
and exclaimed "My Lord my fight the Indiana "but there will be
reaching almost the dimensions of a tree. respectfully submit, that I am editor The question is. Why shed pineapples? .

and was martyred in after years for his But truth is stranger than fiction. .Col- and manager of a newspaper published There is no part of the United States doll in-the Eighteenth' Century. when I get hold of him again."-Ex.-

fidelity to Christ. ton plants have been known to live here in 'the U.wn of Miami, Dade County, that is positively frost-proof at all times. Boat building done right at home lathe
S of Christ in the
We have the example for eight }ears covered with bloom, Florida, said paper being a paper of When Cuba occasionally has frosts upon In the eighteenth century golf courtsor most approved manner, food work.

treatment of skeptics. The method of. green and ripe bolls continually.-Miami semi-weekly issue and having a. large its hilltops, it can be expected* that alleys were roofed over, to protect manship and at living prices. Call oa Y
of the has been to excommunicate Cant. A.. TT Roae.Mrs. .
I the.church burn past and torture those Correspondent in Times Union! and circulation,'and realizing.that .tlfe. mat. Florida will at times be visited by frosts.It them from sun and rain, wind and falling -- ----

.. refused'to, Christianity. Zitizen. ter of County printing a matter of public takes considerable for Florida to leaves, so that people might golf .Neww Hl-Oh, Jobn! Yon
wbo believe
church of today tries to convince ----eBabylon's --- interest, and should be placed where injure the pineapple. When it is cold undisturbed in all weathers. These promised me to stop smoking _ben

The and treats kindly those who have honest Famous Qardens. it wilido the .most public good and,at in South Florda, the wind, if any, is in formed long wooden sheds eighty feet we were married.
difference of religious opinions. This is I the leasjt possible cost to the tax-payers, the northwest; the cold always comes long and twenty broad, covered with Mr. Newned-Well, I did. Didn'tI
Up to this time no mention has been north esL For that reason a
I herewith make the following proposition from tiles ; the floor, which consisted of a
made ? What -
f the Christ method Force never are you crying aboul 7-
Found in the cuiieiform literature of the : I will do all printing and advertising pineapple shed is boarded up tight on mixture of'earth and lime was made

Christians.. God don't We force have a man to famous hanging gardens Babylon that at the disposal of this Boaid, as the north and west sides, and the south hard. smooth and pel fectly level. At a Exchange. r -
believe His message. and have made the name of Seminaris' famous. County printing, at cost of twenty-five and east sides and roof are of open quarter distance from each end stood a Ladies' Wrappers, Mother Habbaids. t

attempt it. Try by persuasion M. Bruno Mfissner has just dis. cent..iess than what is of Linen and Crash Skirts SI KIN'i **
per *>ow being work. In the opinion many growers, pin turned out of hard wood ; for two at 1

love. covered a representation of these gar. paid! to the Lake' Worth"News :for said the cold northwest wind does as much, .foot..... nf its.. tlpiortlt It. WHS ttllptlv. l'OAtM BAZAAR. i
va --'eo-' --- -- -- ------
Much ot the skepticism of the present dens on an Assyrian tablet prcserv.d in printing. than the frost. I
harm ,
if not more ,
If the Board desires, I will furnish with bell-metal, so as to give a sharp "I understand were drank
day ts against the Bible as a Divine. the cellar of the British Museum. It bond and security to do all printing in know one grower who had a tight board sound when struck by the large leather yon"

revelation. occurs on a block of alabaster taken first-class order and fully up to the requirements fence about ten feet high upon the north balls. Round the golf-alley were little again Sturday night. J

Man can do many things today. He from the palace of Asaurbanipal. The of the lair.: and west side of his pineapples ; there tables and. stools for the on-lookers. "Nop. You're misinformed. U

can harness the forces of nature ac
compel them to obey him ; make the sun 'pillars made of huge blocks of stone. I Editor and Prop'r, Our Sunny Land. came through all right and he sold many. s.ill. The game, in fact, had almost drunk.-Ex.

paint his pictures, the lightning carry Access is by means of a path cut in the August t, 1899 There were others In in the same town been reduced "to parlor golf.-Harper's No need sending away from home for

his messages.he is beginning to leanr hill. It has been believed hitherto that' Said letter was ordered filed awaiting ship who.had not the high fence wind- Weeekly. _ any boats when Capt A. T. Roae caa

how to control nature. But there is one inventor of thc hanging gardens was further information and reference.The brake, whose plants were that badly in- 4 U C build you one as fine w as cheap as you
is look Nebucbadnczlir, wLo ordered For Sale at Rare Bargains I want., See him. and place Otder.SbeI'lI .
thing man cannot do and that King j ure:1 that they had no fruit. Thus one your

Into the future and predict with certainty them built to please his wife, a Mede by following letu r w >s read : object of shedding is to protect from Stock of Merchandise, Dry Goods,
-:. what shall take place on the I Imonow. birth. M. Meissuer thinks that Neb- MIAMI, Fr.'., August i, 1899. Notions, Shoes Ladies, and Gents' Fur Ut when Adam fin* met

Man cannot tell what shall !uchaduezzar only restored the gardens 70 the Honorable Board of County Com- cold.There is another object, which is to I nishings Reason ,for Jewelry selling,Store other Fixtures business, etc.de. Eve b put on an air of superiority.He .

,- ._ be his cond tion a few moments hence. after the destruction( Babylon in 648B. iLcsionrnofDade County; Fta.: regulate the heat. Growers have discovered mauds time. THOMASON & BROWN -Well, there waa nothingebe to

Here are meu who did predict with C.-La Nature. .TU1lEiWe would be pleasedto that shade and sunshine are 8.3 West Palm Beach, Fla. put on, Just at that time.-Ex.

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