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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 17, 1899
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
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: UF00075915:00577
 Related Items
Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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r: '_ :V'o lKcc"11uy: ; : :H?-" ifbi0rir' r. trail Keep par out Southland the false,'an4 spotless victor and the free tree!1( What the SOT'S Mea Heard In i The ,A cadger[ of Interesting Items From The lo.e-light, dearest, that U ia)oar eyes About

."' ;_ Crow Lively Local WbJrU&I "j' Is ny inspiration to enterprise Scrap of New. TbU
.'.. .". ., .' it with beauty and chivalry I Regular Correspondents. A flora, : uA T5utud
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New South, great and strong --- t- *.. ., ._ That labor DHferent nil ..
u aa".tau-YIII\9rs II And light it.p with Art aDd 1 ., I -l "' ,&ad ore and trouble befttile; ,
Song A ,
.,).'f.tr.. .' aiCtataralfiUag. Mirror of Minor, Happenings,*Aceldnts Veq Carefully Compiled in* Confined Aud thrills of delight-and exquU-le bow, ,--.0.iarvs7 -
Lad "' to that
,; J.-t: -J.'i. OKI ..l.. CIt,. deck U with vision of rural life- ; Coming gveati, and a H: ', Which'Is Enraptured my heart with each loving t.... I I] oleo aa4 .
.. : ..... -..... With lOt and farm, wee ones and wife of Moat Interest to the, bra at Island to
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of CuprBt; ., Tit thirty-two"yvars !
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'. .T..t!'. And fruitful! valleys, and woody bills. Goaatp.r :'"Citiieas of Dade County And dear since we were wed. trerybr/gts'6sseral. tat ttaie'g
*" some ot the
hope
we held
J.. Pn.... ci( Delrav.(Ia:spesdist[A ftuU4cho,4 orchard with, and songs of the tad wuid-poor-wills"; a- ii: > And life's been burdened with labor then and are tiro 4 ta farUcaiarUissSaraklowa

the' i,'bt t4WD.. t-l' -f ; it .t,; "v: j, ,Sunshine and sweet garden tranquililjr)x+f nruingbce .' The Ladies' Guild will be Id at the A ,6liQAY DOISGS. All cwwetened to me b,JOUr loft, my dear care.; s. ""-

'II, H. | home,. a 7drs. M. B.:Gruber Despite 01all odds tif coMomnate bUN
.f. Judge A, E. Beyser came np(9 Riviera But o'er this picture,bright tol*wcef JUngi ..J.l' tomorrow.. Watermelons pktifnl The light in your eyes, the thrill IB you tie bet visit rrtarned today from
$ [ lvin a Plantation at at Miami{
y r'y,. from Miami "{1. u -. one deadly, black mentte: will be occupied presentPines' Lantana F1t. P. H. J. j,
"' '"f; .ft JUpe-ficnd there, wlthJieliUh after September 1st bp-R. A. McPherrin : are being set out in large num Rev. J.T. Thomas
ills
-'Aft", H. C. Stark *f Malabar-U' vis- and ; -- -- .. 01 lard tall
family. ben in -
fb' rQm iionv.jj:heart I this vicinity.Miss. i i ----- the of j
.1 Iftjf fr th Apme phra.( s .1k11i .. ti1rooEr l3ad ++iiiemoabreajlb! ;; ;... pulpil the CoBfregatioaal chvck
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.**" iha leaih 1! One of the Stites cottages has been ] IDA Blackmer is oa the sick list CM** Told Jgt..4*. after Btxt Sunday .
Arebitict i TSO. Brown and tta nephew, ro.> taw successfully removed asi(is also J. t G Fenuo. ...
avaltlJ'fo and
.r. ltown:i51t'eillt taii+W edsad3 quell placed on one Rest The cessas .. News received froo Nuu. to Q tU
stbedak-
;instinct of of ,
'jf' v ii ..* y tbetffiendA of heU : Mayor Whilldin's lots on Olive street. J. L. Thomas left Tuesday loraew' 4900 ss4aalie'i In effect that no seriona damagt.
Bat still} our r ?isl M women IAudatillthebeLtly'npisUdie hia Monthly,arnl4tr five ha4I- doa
Mrfc''Ernest'. err. field at Palm
,, Allent1; *.J'atfr1 Beach h; ( There,witt be celebration of the Beach.: the individual I there by the.hurricane.+ .
Holy ,
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carporatiaas.
'L-. has returnca ,'from. 'an'efis .: ed ; 4sit.:, )'he'curse Is on .as;;but we trust Communion at Holy Trinity Episcopal glas.-Miller is shipping Abbaka slip{ mortality dad cpedal. TIle agricaltore t I. More shell for the aseof +
: Nntb. ;. 'I-- God will rai.e us tth 'd ust. Church on to| K, Rickirda at Boca Ratooe.n. ... q. the tow*
Sunday morning, tioiu to be streets and sidewalks
potto hdividoals
i -' Aug. sot h, I ; are: Your arrived tkk wale

'.i. MJas. Ponie Cheatbam!: ;; of HnnUa: pn, But Iok btaitf to the the f.way ture to 17m triumphs ut tale at 8 ,p'clock.':' -i # S.l.Lane.and went to Palm Beach, Ige; coftjiga condrtfea, place cf birth, tad is being' placed where aeeded. ,

?' r ;.:jstink l ;'-fruadsyatud yflatives Ilud niav cuitent and patrbit prid great<, Glen G. Strohm has bought out thelercantile Monday. returned Tuesday'nigh. i paieuu' birthplace alien or aataralized.awaber ...Dr. Lansing tried a fratd acrobatic
fcaSFS No
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,'*. <:JMiM Ia tub bnaom stilt remde husine'ss of Pimick & Hill services were held *t the school of seen \%(. the United States feat wit b bis'tricycle this

.1 "". 4f II'J; "" .:A ; .: W The gemu il oi+CSOOllyrrksbul_ hairy jPamBelich! .and will conduct house. Sunday oa account of the tie ethe r.i occapatioa, months'epioyed, literary note ttlU the ia snorelag. His
Tlit
niakiavsoHC story tones louder
Edith Coslid. of Jupiter is : untied whole Delray school that
enjoy attendance .
a rogcery visited aad word
Itt viBzJfhythmlc business at the old stand. was by the revere ;,wcenhrp of
ing i visit( here as the meat of her friend to the goaL 'n: storm rSllaaB. _
t'.J Monday but property. Every
is
.. ; no serious persaa over m cot-
-JAMES H." damage
CALVIN Dr. ;
; HAUlS F.' was
If it*Hose Sanders. i Houghton has
: Invented a dofse. sidered a responsible .
.. '. belt r representative to Wright, Grand Master of the '

"WiH WhiddcJi( ...aAd father are awar au'< ?t rk; ;6...- keeps supporter and stay that effectually ')Hr. Sunday is the new section fore- answer for each sad every member cf P & A. M.'of Florida, held a tJ'tCtlll

t Work. of the I jf JbelfjiifJJace. This:will be a aan his l miJ,; The' above communication of
trip Storm.
,, .ft across the country to pnrchasV'a'clock :: boon to then whose at this place, and wiU have his questions are the local Lodge of the
belts
., of beef cattle \",.: !I :! "just wosta4ou'gn q f here before many days. ones yon will be compelled to assw r.l]Order Tuesday sight! of last ..t.
\ e promised .hurricane faileH fo i with.this.device If further -- .
to any pre
.i' Mra. W. H. Fruw-e. cl Iiestmmr ; k i a.. ::: e'.prapoMionatpropheaied: orig.it ial ;i ;fpiise of Refuge has been pet yon may safely qoctttais(gttsoie Via.pat If to7ar 0 s!j Any person interested (In making'anj

the guest of her..daughter. Mrs. I A. r : :'h'TdGiitetztt"and fie'jattpoasESSior jon 4 exhibit ot Dark
-.f111'wrfdt' .o.escaped. will out your neighbor.next,iJoor'most;.*. County pralacts at tilt
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H WIBsoa, of this W.if. -" av eea. experience of ruin Capt: tt.D. Hendrickson ant) 'a sis.' .before many days, Mr. ewer. .for. you, u he is supposed to<< 'knowall Philadelphia EposJtloa shoeki cowilt
-- jl.OO H': it'J; ..j >. > etta expects to put ia quite G. W. !doer. who
_Il"'" t' -, ss' 3 Mats went up dQ Juno an acrejfWfines.aa4 about you. Refusal to answer of any' volnnteers to fit hit
IDe to joi"'b1i1BlJ'JrGaiDmitl! 6 f ; t.-'i .Wed'cit: ; : track this winter falsification 'of facts ia tare and attention ta uythlif( entraud -
$ "
misdemeanor
j'\t
; g": 'i1.: :}! ..1. -- *"*" *-*% oi,
eurragh >:
v -*- to him
aad will be.fin 01 six weeks.Prof. i! the ttimid' eel' _T easy, move Postmastef.WoodrnfTs. s ,residence ;dtut-mary; of. .1L.itM w Jtch\ ut SAt is.irtil,..be. k ed for. ..exhibition.. .
but} 'be'Oua.tSQD the beach -w.-->- vi>Jo.-: ji ii i -..... .
-- minor lucidenEs! but from ,its l : Sunday moriingwhith loo. An alterajjjve, 8.-
Frank Idner returned presenJ, tion to, a more presented panishmentr & Jr Lan rwbo>-wtt-taamfajtilby "
Tuesday line serious damage to the at southerly, airy and a "beautiful sight. A number ever, providing for the ate ;.
country of possibility of lunacy conyntssiua tact
i el everyway better the week
last ,
week front t'Oft
bis visit i.t.lf
1 to old friends large is be rafts of
Nil &I all OJG Dome -,-,,- .. to. .. chronicled. "in this vinuujr location than..the one it nor o+rnnies, -- .lumber'. were fraud to be at the delinquent not happening to have the '01]. C. Stowers, L. ,.... BI1r'-1t ",t .......
IDdiu -- ---
OQ River.lara. -- -- -
luc luuuwiug composed Ute not weulingtnishaps In letter mercy 01 me breakers. so ail hands went ready money is not mentioned. Dr. R. B. Potter was
.' a from. adjndjpil
L J. Chillingwortb started for { : Mrs. A. M. Gardner I to work .and soon had several thousand The schedule under "individuals" is unsound mind and of
Tuesday of
AtlahU'by today's northbound train The canning factory of the Lake requesting the address of her TROPICAL feet: of fine lumber placed in safe quarters rather modest while inquiries pertain was taken to Chattthoocbee this week a ,
for
.
the Sheriff Worth Fruit SCJTchanged, she"writes, : "Very warm above high tide. confine :
going with her as. far as Company st Mangonia and lag to manufacturing establishments are ment and treatment.
sultry.
Jacksonville. J'. J was blown off its foundations.On Wish I were back in Florida --- ..-- pretentious.. Here are the ,
Too questions
ft the East Side the ocean:pier bit many files. and mosquitoes to suit MANGOSIA! that will make perjurers of The Seminole carryall! bad a runaway
Ill'TTEmGS.
G. B. Snell and family its, me,bere." And. yet of ., many an experience
formerly : railing and ,signal lights and'' was 'them* many -bur Nor. honest merchant or tradesman Monday night,canted by the

I Indian River, are now making their slightly damaged. ': : friends wonder how and why we Pat kunoa'ssaia was swamped and character of organization ; Name comming out of a abaft pia just+ u the .

v- ,home for a time, and perhaps permanently At the ganlens of private .homes and i live in Florida during the summer and sunk by the hurricane. individual i or operative,orother, whether form vehicle was coming down fianyaa street

at West.Palm Beach. on the grounds 'the months. Come down friends, and ; oa Its return from the depot. The .
t o( floyaf ''oineiane,1 the sea breezes'with- enjoy The launch Pinta was hauled out on character of ousiaess aad kinds of goods pria.cipal

.. Mrs. M. F. Pugh of Miami passed haves and plants were badly.whipped solid comfort. us, if you want real the ways to prevent it being injured by j 1 manufactured amount of capital inI damage was to the vehicle and the

through today on the train enrouteto .,by the wind' while almost all fruit trees. the storm. !I I vested : firm members, copartners or demolishment of the porch in front ofYhiddin's .

Orlando, where she will pay a visit to .wete" denuded'of their'/run'- '. John Seltzer and Paul Jacobs iwytiuag o There ,is some desire: expressed officers ; amount of their salaries, num- \Lautidry. Market and the Chinese

her daughter Mrs. L. I. Atnohl.t Al-vin. Hendricksonjs houseboat was Miami men well known to the ltave a County road along the to ber of essploytes, salient of wages, __.

;, Thos. J. Campbell, nq of this t wn's dilfted blown loose Jrom.h. moorings'' 'and people here on the Lake have just of the Lake for a carriage drive east shore and j I quantity, mad cost of material used in The fifth anniversaty of koyal Puts*

over OQ the East,.shore, but.:.was nived; at Miami from also J masttfactare, amount of ciana Lodge No.
best known boys: left Friday morning Brooklyn, N. Y., some opposition to it. miscellaneous! 3775, G. U. 0.0. P.,
rescued having
: for before being much damaged. ridden wheel from that I ex peases,quantity and value of was celebrated Tuesday of .
l O.lJ1ODd. where he will assist in the At city to The schooner Mary B. products, last avert by
arrived
: engineering department on the Hotel I Altena Plantation'SP. 'H rbison's Charleston: S. C., then via ship to Jack.wJlville. last fronl.JacksonlIle [.character tad number of machines em- the united efforts of the Jensen. Miami

,*_ Ormond work. wind mill, was: ,blown.!"down._ : 'I awheel from there to Daytona Ireight Friday and Thursday delivered its' ployed.; The president treasurer sec- and Cocoanut Grove lodges of the Order ,

In town the flag-pole succumbed to and by tail to Miami The Saturday wa hauled retaryor agent or direct named. A parade
boys have any officer of through the
f ;, up on the town'or
Gee L. Branning is enjoying his vacation the .gale and wentldo.wn. ,with colors engaged in the bicycle repairing bra escaped ways to be repaired, sos it..I an j corporation; business factory Tuesday Afternoon and a big rocW at

from ,the duties as cashier of the (storm flags) flying broken off about ices and have their shop open for being damaged by the storm. firm is answerable for all. And their bail at FreOi Water Lake wvre the
any
if Dade. County'State; Bank. Friday he sixtfoen'feet from'thground. bU'i ane-s, both being skilK-d workmen The sharpie Ina J. M. Rowley master I refusal to answer or any false statement main features of the day. ,

r': .- left fort Dd. Dd.'DM)U>DaJ; Ormond'-andTitusville The north end of Latnher's negro rn their line. left last Friday for Boca Ratone by the I J in an offense for which the culprit mutt -.-.

.. ,barroom was blown out --- -. canNot route, where it was to deliver I --
I on a abort trip. into Baujan a few par $10,000 fine or go to prison for one World's{
;strev et.Z6pf't. Raised ([ Largest Creamery
pineapple
ancy
in
; Florida. slips and suckers and year or both ;
:, Rev. S. D. Paine and wife started : launch. the -- -_. then proceed to Elliott's -
l old Seminole wa Key for another The questions to "The '
relating agticulture saying \\'hta the
Tuesday for sunk Among the interior load'of Copra *
j come
Philadelphia where decorations
ill at the
.'. they v railroad what of a slips. I include : Name of occupant of each farm home' means :
enjoy month's rest and vacation at the :The slat roof and restaurant: not many;f q' ares frow something to Obxdiak
enclosure and city Harry Redifer has .1 tenure, Suds "' j
over hall made fine bicycle acreage value of farm and farm of Illinois! said
: home of their son, Mr. Ralph Paine the about G. W. Idner's flower are a number of artificial palm path I a cilutn of t-at ,
garden along the Lake implements State.
went Worth "It
The shore front average quantity and vain requires the
well known journalist of the staff down in palms are natural iu owning hone of
il' of the a, heap destroying appearanc in front of his j of different
fine father's
Philadelphia Press. many as if they had been place and products, number and valueof 120,000 cows to supply the mill withhe :
1 plants. grown instead I
manufactured and .f Monday he and Capt. M. l:. Spencerwere live stock Statistics will also which be makes his annual of

.A. P. Anthony sad G.G. SttoA ire re dock On the East shore; near the north person in a dozen among probably the not oue busy trimming out and smoothing I garnered relating to special classes, including butter. He' made and snhl 14 output.my no
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in
North front. of .the Royal.Potnciat. restaurant the path as far as the insane the feeble of
ace Mayor pounds
passengers yesterday? lire Anthony Ernest" patrons is aware of their Swift's place. minded, butter last! year and received 1<

bound for New York,to.bmy & pieces Allen's catboat went to acter.Aa. artificial char One young man from the city carap ne deaf. dumb and blind : pauperism juvenile '2,500.000 for it. Of course be didn't z

and Glea for Jacksonville for the see These on the rocky shore., afternoon or two ago an Tuesday night to go out on the freshwater delinquents and ibmaUs of re stand and agitate the churu dasher that t

purpose, and both iaddeatally 1 for Georgia cidents of are the among the most serious in- couple evidently f om the rural elderly dis take after catfish. One of our. fotmatoriesacdbene.olentinstitutto ns, thrashed all{ the batter out, but the cm. .. '
for storm's doings. Alt in all tricts Maagonia and last of all in the cities: social plo ee of the
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purposes not stated but .well the from came into the restaurant and took young men took him out and' stalutics trio creameries that he 1
understood escape serious devastation a,as between relating to public Owns and controls !
f by their friends. as remarkable a seat They gave their order and then them they managed to load indebtedness managed to churn iU i

e .... as unlooked-for. began to look around. .,. themselves 'down with one catfish and valuation, taxation and expenditures es; Obadish.Sands K the largest butter pro

... I "That's several large to religious bodies, to electric ducat in the .
mosquito light and
Settlaf --- a handsome palm. : bites by o'clock world and ia seas
Asparagus PlaaU.la Henry'+r ago bo-
power to the
Wednesday telephone began with
xclaimed and
the me small
woman, pointing to the morning at which time the telegraph| creamery. Now 1

electing asparagus plants it has> Mayor's.. Notice.. argert specimen. "I wonder if it grew Maagonia young man reached home, business and to transportation,including it requires 20 carloads or more than 6ud: .

been found better to, take those withfew ''Our town: is to be heartily that tig in here?" I and the city young man hit the bicycle steamboats, express. facilities and street: tons of salt to salt theknUer he turns i

but well developed buds and plenty ttlated upon .the excellence tong rat "Of course it didn't i ,"" replied the man, path add headed for.town railways. out ev-ry"year and 6,000 fornutosup* ;
of its
of roots rather than those with numer.QU san with a !ook of superior. .... ------41.---- port the cows that furnish the
item trot'lilioa.. At till times( but wisdpm. "It milky
bads, :One year old crowns are to b.e ptdatlyatilligaegson; of es- was raised down in Floridy. Th it's Paid a Shilling to Kiss the. Queen, Th. flood OU tI... OUdiah Sands is onto a hsyKeed citizen,
the
j year it tis where that all -..,.. but he is doing quite "
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Iftfrrre4bat tfcenend of three yearsthey most desirable' that tlose' grow, and then they '.ale "The well. -New York
alteotioff be death is liar.aottced .
produce much more than the older given tq the cleanliness nipped up here." announced i i. )Essex of an'There are always a few good hens I
of Old I -- ..
t towns (balletiu 6t, United S'atesdepartment Let the back yards be on/premisesu Just .then! one of the restaurant's woman whose sole title to to m eiijbt! every flock, sad when it is' J
kept'clean. at that she New Scbcaae
d :
of agriculture). The. rea. invitingfreejof/ ( f all decaying substances. aches ,approached the palm with i a lingo Instead once kissed of the queen for a shil- that! a particular a*. during the sea Ida to p-Hold--- Seat. I j .,
elected should be damp cloth in bis hand. receiving the shilling ;; I
plowed in the eeautotuxlthtMhersielayingdotime
late scrsps and refuse.. 'Also Taking old. she not Here Is a new of "
wild paid it.
keep way
fall or ally winter to a depth of at least: and weeds mowed : all!! grass Q'o1e! of:the leaves. be 'yanked it from JPhappened along [ sell her because she is moulting or has seat on a train when holding yang i'
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gown A have
gory +
1 Ucfees and then covered ; lJni( d(] the' stem and began ago. school of girls met the baby stopped work for a while yon occasion i '
] with a good kitchen refuse,'keeping other 'in to nib it vigorously balkerpherrc'dj to leave it. The other
waste; Victoria out with morning a ;
with her travel
pompott or oaanre. Spring is the best covered receptacles for removal the cloth. When be bad cleaned nurse and oft I j'' r toolbar year. You may not be able log man d this t'itygot on the *
by towp a shilling each for train
tine the[ leaf to his permission to kiss her. to breed U good from ad
to plant, although planting t abe scavenger.. Have always kettle satisfaction, tie replaced The pallets her as she wu walking through | :
delayed until the last of June. RowsIbo in water:closts for a -of sand it and pulled another. By this time nurse made about fio by the trsn! is herself, because something depends on when he discovered looking for a seat, : .
disinfecting action one which
J be'marked off 4 to 6 feet part ses.. Deposit no straps or debris on'the pi rpot Henry's"face was a study, u was also father The Duke of Kent (her naj.. i'the kind of rooster she nay be mated pearanre was unoccupied. He to a.l1ar.! f ;b

sad opened op with larve plow 8 I to tJ highways or alleys. that of his companion."I that e.-.ty.in future) reprimanded. her aad said e!;'leith but, leaving the value of her OQit, aad imagine his surprise when went to. t : '

laches deep. IB these furrows' .thei"g. 'We are enoyiDI'pleasant guess that plant didn't in than she must never take less spring net altogether, it is always safe to a sii-ehooter calmly he saw. t, t
grow resting
v ; .summer. 'FJoridy; af er'alla" a guinea per kiss. In honor of retain hen that has Ike rush
crowns are set at a distance with exceptionally the woman the a shown herself profit.b ion. He passed on i
keilth and
goud found
:: let managed event the
schoolgirls a seat I la '
to formed
according to the opinion of the grower.froal u.see that oar laudable' whisper. "What 3o yon into themselves'less e. Hen*often last four or five years another part of the car. He ,
sanitary morel the
18 inches to 5'feet:=American be Veil{ 'maintained. Henry?" Society of the Queens Kiss and and it is time to dispose of the good hen people came in and started for Papa that ; -,

"' And "Henry" sent in fulsome addresses from time to only when she U to fail that seat, t :
AfriCttltariit: allowed begiaing ,
1 that
/' t WIMQM WHII.UI.'Yayor. be guessed .time. says hot as soon 1'1 they saw what it
the The old CoIIlainut '
same woman ia Essex that
famous
was i the poultry P. H.
thing.-Philadelphia Iraq wirer. '1 last survivor.-Chicago Tribune. mss Jacobs,, marched on. Try itsoutetime-Arktr ,.

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': HEWIC l WORK OF NURSES ladies under- 6ti they would ,all think THE BALTIMORE TAILOR \ V jjii r
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women inrtead'of tshooting.down the ABE SAFBANElTilsON -). -**% .-".<' -i. .' "'- .. _..,
and giving-'their undivided attention ,
enemy ; -... '. 4.
Eliza Arthard' Conner' Tells of to him. UANAGE&S/OF : Prepared to St'
poesy dour .st tiOfi
The brave'nnr eaiHere have been'under -
erySuifYu
their Efficient Services. *
8reboVeVf, met of them more i The' Three Friends ft- m you mth &'
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than tocft- tAttt aitjffi 'otj the historic i ':

f mmi' PAOISG GEEAT DASGEBSTfcejt epiaofaoL! vfeB l lNuIfet$ fejflike' I ." Tailoring Company. ?..i. ." Gild M te.t. t Ling ..
fl jp@cbnd Be- .
hail di>o |th g -
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H RiaK filet and J Fresh Pork
s rvg'hdciWaSiB .'..'. I- ,
J bliss Fev EcK h SUITS :HID NITS mi TO ORDER -
Said a Important Place Ia ? government Beef
I Am.rle.> Arhlcremeiit In the PkCFIfylBe I II nursed arfe$XJMr ] % had haP* "a..--, .- L:: ,- Next. to his i wearing apparel there is' nothing ,
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paned toibe4jHMrijfaclBin
.. Poultry
I *-Xvrilac W..aded Se1dterras i Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing .
f at apai tic- mo'er onld = a really. neat man is so particular about as
tk* Firing Line-Red Croat W.- have been kill 8 t A Eggs. ,
aura !e ".II -rfbich overtop o the +t'loo .,C Specialty.FIT : ....:x.the.quality_and appearance of bit'Stationery. -

J onveleecemt WyANSHiP Native Meats IfIdaltJ
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AND 60ARAHTEEO. -
XIIL't 29.-Ne account oi>' I wa t ot .- And in very truth, it doea.proclaim. his business -. | ,
MASILA.
t j American achievement May IB the Philippine ra,, eon to t tt>e -WEST PALM "BEACH. ,,''. ,-':.FLA.- ,- as a neat fitting and_ stylish" suit of Tool Patronage. SoIidUd
ttleAlaaser
"""' ve hosp a .
; would be complete without! the Y MarketBufaa'ltreet,- -
story of the women trained nurses sent hat Bush ore clothes proclaims the man. .
of them wa a i i>Ded off-aniai w.Iiii1Ei.s& MJ ?; &SACU.
I PAUf
for Bstionsl the first government time in our to accompany bistory by the an bit of'tlw how r/J. her. The G. -'.', EST' -, -

j array'to the Gene of active operationsEngland IDCISbotlSf..tb: }& on.d Beeerva nurses It will, if it is '
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4' was also strocK 'th( Byiegtianet SON.
hasbeen Ittt
the only nation be- De tat.
too escaped @ttw@ WWII
through fortunatethey .
I furnished
for us in this useful and merciful en you by ..
terprise.4 In the teeth of ridicule and without any damage.It Wed hllIi "i FIsn -
detrrmined opposition Florence Night:" is in the geriVral hwpitala, where Jewelers and pt icians ,
the sick and wounded receive perma>
t women Ingale.obtained nurses to permission accompany tbe for British a few nent attention, that woman's power tobe i the right, kind of a house, present a nice ,ape .. Authorized Capital$100400.
useful in war shines like a steady Watches, Clocks
Jewelry,
army at the time of the Crimean war. pearance and make a good impression, which t$15409..
of The PrPd c5&
above suffering.
star
t Tbey were only allowed at first on enf- a sea very "Musical Goods, Strings, etc., ,
that surrounds these
atmoepbeje nurses would not be the case if you used shoddy L
1 a ia soothing and cleansing. I have noted :

a tremble and huskiness in the voices Stationer, Ink, Blank Books ; I r paper that'wa poorly printed. E.I.DlWCf.rtW.. ?

of strong men as they told of what they u. ;'JIEt.'jJ 'lk"m1J".1 z"
had seen these gentle, strong women NEWS DEPOT, Now while speaking of houses that are
accomplishing. To begin they are spotessly DAILY PAPERS.. J 4 .... 60.4.! t VV'otllttt V lJu.t .
clean, soul and body. Young .. Bright," we must not fail to mention '- .
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ilsaa S ..m. to s p'II6t !'-
women who cannot pot aside the :
thought of sex are not wanted in the Fine Wat h i jewelry ReDairml ralIl Vll IIIIMI T_

t Vained nurse's profession.
IX ALL BRANCHES.Seolacle TheS td ..UtoDIPro1lll reptlteii w llal If
Fortunately for womankind ladies ,
receipt DranbaKRitaa4M)4M&* pri a
tent here have been almost without ex- Block West Pall Btask. rtpalcitM, 01 tile\1a1\e11 a&a..... 4 n.n
cption of the highest and west digni- 'L
lied character morally,.and they have =, '
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been refined and intelligent ladies be-

; 1 eides. In troth, the American' women Clematis Avenue rropical 0 DOBQQHOB--- -
most honored in Manila today are some

of these same .WU8ea. The sight .
)f one of their with her fair, delicate Supply Store-;;. TH{ ALL. ".NID

.tin, her t>r 4tyi rfd-iiiinrofHclean. j
her gentle voice and' snowy apron and ::-Wett Palm Beach Florida. : nil Sun

luffs,' id'trf itsllfetioagb to,faearteiTanan .J. D. ,MATHI3 Piopnetor :. IPlTIWPII.
and make biro thInk of tt&ott 1J
f ., ap ( __ C.era. a, B-kwj sad 6r."rj C.) \
\'Vomea..buw1I..vba areJunking.. Has come to stay ia West Fata! :
of him and yrryfogcpr ptzs1aay}1 ill llotto--njiutk Bale and Small ProBU. Which enjoys a well merited reputation for edo -
The'eeldiersawoul4 die Rene .tinges PIer, Beach, and U BOW fully pnptftd f

fr r mow.oreomeof. *these%.wr%*.en>**.lawomenhere*-' ,1r Bakery Goods and furnishing high.grade'work.. THE SUN has work to gratify his pitroas.OfftCtH :,
Family Groceries
Tliroug'thee'iuotrterrible t and gtiasty the best equipped Job Office along the Eat J Jn1.a

r operationslhe*traftfed nurse'stand .....My Specialty. III
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1IItI C I.. be ____ :._.: V.u_!. ft'u
i a her aervew'nnder"perfect: control herthought' out. and ?ter prepared: now than ever
I Goods delivered free to any part lUl' W. lijU 1111t
Mb* KLLA CIST.raace filed: :steadily en her patient of the City or across tbe Lake, before to meet all the requirements of the f
*,bowser, so fixed wee the diebe-- and the surgeon' directions. She doe ill Orders Given Prompt Attention WEST PALM BKACH. .
list la a won an's ability to do anythingI pot flinch or paler abe doea not weaken; trade in that line. I iIq
jsttong nerves and self control she does .119t'eJl.,weary,till her Urn* I Goods First-Class and Fresh. Highest: C -" '
I lade Crimean war experiment was comes.tor going off duty, and .be asks prices paid for country produce. -f

tb* catering wedge of the innovation. no favprs professionally because she iswoman. Buy of me and Yo'W nave you mosey 6-1-97 I HighgradeVork t ,
It was triumphantly succesbfnl From o It is agreeable to know that ,
day on the profession the trained these; deserving women have been treat s
Is the kind THE SUN does
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s name became second in dignity and importance ed socially! with high!; tout>ideration in Geo. S. Hacker &Son ".' ,
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only to that of the medicine Manila. Citig&sof the be standing
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lid Honor b doe to Florenc&Nigbt- show them et e Rractfal,.social attentions I' -
lagala above almost all women who they have time to accept, and the only kind. We have found,. tho; h

have lived. She opened a Dew profession which, however are not many. The t I "
an experience extending over a nncb r fif .! .
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to her sex. one that was at the army nurse its on duty from 7 in the _'. '+ ; .Give-.......- -. "
ume time of,noble service to the hums morning till the noon hour, then againin rah .' '. "'ywn that it pays to do tUfcfcf flj91 ,, ... An
race. the afternoon till 6 o'clock often f \ ---r-t
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later.' After that she home and : '. ...,
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Only a government nurses came goes once get a customer be wmu.t. knowing -
tease ip (b. beginning. The first ones rests for tbe beginning of another day r.;_. *
tracked Manila Dec.! 23: No fight was Such is her life week in and week out that what is done for him will be done SIGHT, .-'f'. 't #

on tbsn the regular boepital corps of with rarely an afternoon o3 to attend t- t
the army attended mostly to the sick. errands outside. .It is no child's play ; and in a mainer that will be both pleasing

Bo the young women bedtime to get you see, and no woman except a strong; and attractive.
accustomed to their new Quarter! healthy one.regularly trained in the .
'With the outbreak of the insurgent, BcbooK id fit for it Let no other kind The'Sun. .
,700. 4. tile girls began to have plenty be lent by Red Croak societies or any MANUFACTURERS OF

ft! work. They are now occupied in the body else. Doors Sash I And that's the.
JKcpitala all day long, thow that are Of women like these the world can- .
here, and more are expected aud needed. not have too many 4n tbe.States or e .
The regilar army nurses have made fcldewhete. Of the other kind, the fool Blinds, MouldingsAND ,

a record for their country women, yea: ish, sputtering, >.fidgeting ao called -- Cheapest after all ,
and Ben, too to be proud of. You can sympathetic wouway.who\ goes buzzing -
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Judge bow their services are appre-, around like! '.ct.u"bnuiblebe;. ) -vf her Building Material, '" .,.
dated by the tact'that their pay baa there are far too many\a the State and
.torn neatly dooUed by the United in Manila. Some of bef bind.: have penetrated CHARLESTON. S, C. Even though you.might be able to send else .

Spates government since they startedIn. here;; eve 'td'tbJ: Dattlefieiq and Is. Largest Factory South. and
where for possiblya
At arit they were hired by the the dressing stations She baVntf sense Send for Prices. your Stationery save

snontb. They received |30 a month and of the' fitness of'tblndfrdesiri8g'*only t iI, few cents on an order amounting several
'quarters and food. Now they sign a to show -Iff bdr'taisc&lledwomanlysympathy :' ....
'detract a year and receive $50 a ,.wbere..wo nl\OO masi.lies 1 II dollars, remember .that time is consumed and
loaeth. As a steady thing that is not perhaps in,mortal,agony, ,with a bulletin ,
bad pay even fur a trained nurse. The bid longs,.hiaeyg! glazing':'and....the. ,. 9.' delays .occasioned in doing BO, and that if .
quarters tf tbe army nurses are among i death damp upon .hta.brow, she skips ,
the cleaueol. cheeriest: places 1 have.. up like an animate"jumping jatk, shouting mistakes should occur, you will have more or I IA

I vbikrd i ia this town. The ladies gather shrilly "Can't I do something for
less trouble in them reciifieJ.
getting
Y Do tell if isn't
abut them pretty bamboo furnitureand you me there anything
artistic belongings, so that their I can do for you"I"
Chance to do Your
,\uIue is a spot which rets the eye. Mica Smythe of the California Red Anadvertisement.
Of Women nornes in the inland there Crone society is a lady who has done The Sun Guarantees .
,are bow 23. Two are in the hospital atCivile admirable work here. Of women nurses
two on the Inland of Corregldor altogether of all classes, there have
la Uw convalescent hospital the others been 27. but two returned to the Satisfaction

arc all in Manila, at the First and States on account of ill health. The *
fteco&J Eeserve hospitals health of moat cf them, however, is ex-: ..
The First Beserve hospital ia the _. inTHE .
and is right here at home, where it stands ..ic. :'
plDdpalODe. Here at times there have l t. .
wen u maay as 800 sick and wound ready at all times and under all circumstancesto
ed. The lady who has charge of all theOther SUN .
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nniaes at the First Reserve host4tsl I ., 'fulfill its contracts to the letter. It yon O ..t.I .-'. ,
U lilts Mona Bowman of Port-

land. Or. She is called chief nnrae. 1'11 r will are not satisfied with work you may have I. 7'd ; ,
fence Feb 6 she bas teen in attend- -
gotten elsewhere and wish a change in the '. I
t&cs la tbe operating room cf the hoarfUl 1
>|> without losing a day. : .. _. ar
style or grade of Stationery,
your
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bring .
t Tb women nurses that come here rgsultsand .
of three classesOne vision ia sent
r_ the United States government. .t J
Vase are called contract nursjpa. Then will Send in a trial order f

cctus tbe Bed Cross ,ladies, supported Ii
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|>y Bed Cross organisations in their for anything you may need ::1II

fsspectiv ststes. Finally come tbe 'em .
bring
f third 4i,1 JoD. called Auxiliary..Bed 1 f quick.,
OOH ourK These are sent by the in the office or counting room-Letter Heads, ii
wivat. philanthropy ladled at home lfr ork
iwku with fa do something for their : t e Just try it. Note Heads, :Statements, Tags, Envelopes, S. a :1t

coQbtry. Mill Helen Qoold and Mrs .,, i ia :1t t
WbUeU Ueid are at the head of the Card!, Bill Heads, Bills of Lading, Counter

enterprise that maintains here the third \ t
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Circulars Hand Bills Pam
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norse& t
amllUry branch of Red Cross
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I Tb woman do not go out on" the V" aa' <"'/ phlets, or in fact anything that you may want
flelj of battle In a battle members of SHOT THKOC H'A1106VITAL Wt DOW.: *
|b* UwpiUl rorpa dart out under fire repent.d'lbe'Frevafent"diseaaea; 'among in the line of PRINTING-

pit brjog ia the wounded to tbe field the' soldiers here '11I'@J' typhoid and ,
st tbe dreading stations and .
smyms malarial fe'erund dysentery: ;thoughth
r f ynratal botpitaU. Then ao oon aath ,are no- more,pr'!y nice t than they 'SAnd
.pkhla!' wounded are l6Iut to the would be aiiioag the,'tanie number ol Brelsford Bros we will .

.C"'tftb"ltu4, where' they can refHw4bs men at| bome ,It may, ,be worse when ,
: attention that it i i. impossible! the rainy season petti,in ,
I I e fcfgtoi them on tbe field. You will These noble army: nurses have Real Estate and- Insurance please WHEN ia TacksoarUle be sate and vis
> .*.. .../... that it is not necessary wrought for their,"ccnn.'try in war as youaasureesue. it your Old Friend, who mil sarpHa
for the women nurses to accompany an effectually aa it tbey"carried a musket. PALM BEACH FLA. you with Bargains ia

army actually on the field in a fight; When in future years it comes time for I Dry Goods, Clothing &1.Genla' .
JDdItl this would not be wise or advisable allotting pensions to veterans of the Notary Public. Cottages to Rent FniBishiep_,,,,

The argument against it is that Philippine war, let them not be forgot. Posttiffire Rnilrtlng.North of D. BINDER, Maaastf,
f| U s_sx441er> MW half a dozen nice ten. Em ABCHIRP Cossaa. i 6-HI7 l'olIiclaa.a HoWl..4. H Bridge Street,Mm say
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i .. ODd; KELLOW8.i .. I ::.-. '- :' : ,West E. H.DUUC Mathushek Pianos
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Te.iee.ee SPICY"4 ; : V
C1 Ledge Meets IB a CAT*. .
j Are Pianos With a Name U r
Fraternal Llalu. Palm
Pianos That Have A
Reputatio
E The lodseroom fthe( Independent Order
: of Odd Fellowsiat Gap ,RUD,.Tenia.. Beach second to none. They are the
f t; is a natural care. It is distinctively kind that have stood the test of

unique.Ibt'entrance to the cave is saffioieutly BRIGHTSPARKLING; time linn have satisfied the moil
i; ,, WORKMEN.Ma large to ulltw a man of ordinarysize Drugand
UNITED t.t t. critical musicians in
I, to walk in without bending. The : every way

;'. gapr.Me .tr T Workman- of.the Orr -- !' lodge room is 8U.5 feet wide, 57.4 feet Store. They Are Not
: ksng and 20 feet high. Scat '-ranged -
,Ie '. > -Wlt k.lto. Gleealug on either side. The lodger.. will old style pianos that have heeD

t 1' Thee report of the supreme officers at seat 300 or more people at a church rented for years and then offered
:.- the'lut season of the supreme lodge in- ,0. Royal Ponna Pharmacy f
Dr.
.. dlcate that the service or entertainment Hyde 03 as "gr at bargains nor are
whose place the cave is located has given
order-ts in fine they 'cheap, low-grnje"piano
the lodge a 00 year lease on the cave. 1'n f
: condition and winter there is no need of fire in the -DEALERS :\- I made to sell "at half price."

I. i.:; '# .: rapidly the mountingto 400.000 todgeroom ably cool at; in all the times.Every summer. 'it is remark- I Every Fiano Is New, *

; mark. The yean enthusiastic and These the expressions Toilet and every part is made in the
, 1&5 and 1307 lodge haying are Drugs, Articles I '
! '. were.hard on uU willing workers Is like the dealer In honeyon Mathushek Factory, JL
! : a bee line to prosperity.The which is it will
allord a guarantee tUat
fr te rs. .
!. j and the'A'; O. U. I regular annual convention of the which canbe: heard on all Fine Stationery and last a lifetime. t rf

r. W, suffered! witb sovereign grand lodge which is the governing f
.,( rt; thereat. Bat.lust body of the Odd Fellows, will beheld i Why Take Chanceson
! y Tear changnl the in Detroif. &(,t. 18. remaining In sides concerning the news Druggist Sundries. cheap pianos when the Old! ;
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L complexion b( affain. session for one week. and Reliable Malbnsbek can be I

4I 9I .: ;std most: All officers Immediately after installation columns of Pteeulptioii Carefully! Compounded bought at prices and terms to
t. I of th* grand Jn should be able to tike their respective
I rUdictions! show parts in opening and closing the meet East Coast Business Solicited. suit you? There are more than t

i i ....,..'. ty\g ,,'Itljpu.t,referring to the book. WEST PALM UEAril fi-10-ft! ,15,000 Mathuehek Pianos; i.
v Art you an Odd Fellow simply for the the South. "You Should Hare '
$ J.&BICMORD. ford of Mancbea nick benefits you may get out of it, or do 01&(8 'I'
a :uT. N. IL, who was advanced to the high
believe that its mission.ls to bring :
you .
position of lupreme master workman. : Chinese I Genuine Ulathuthek Pianos
men together as brothers iLTROPICAL Laundry
l 7 takM'ttp the rfina of office under the mot* THE ,. j are only sold by .
i ifatoraU* condition*.and it IlIl aaff topre' A ci wand II'cait were presented to the i
|4ictth lwheod he' taya them dWn Oda Fellow home la Illinois,'and the I LUDUKN; & BATES' S. M. H. I
milk sold at a fair for 25>> cents a glass! WO KEE Proprietor.
t. hit the order nt1arg' Fred Kahn
.. |Wither ucctt>aor nor 1,0 3lanagere
game =
The given) the cow "Danville"
was
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lava to rffl
will cause yrarI 9 East Jai aeunirillu Pla
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i rot adminlateatloaM' and the calf "Danville. Jr." Shirts .;. 10J I i Bay ,

. # e first relief call his-been hnade,and*. St ehat the candidates have .good u O(>ea Front...... ,' 2f,.r2Sc l ----- --- -
I .IJj Injured that one call will suffice, aa"twe health as' well as good character. Collars............... _.... ....... ..... .the ; '
... Cuffs .__ ... .To Rent by the Hour or Day. ;
"" ar 'hedbP909Ot18'h6l *N Af tamed Into the general relief fund.. part of & week.. Ladies'Shirt\VabtU" .. ....? .. ........lac :
ONk .NEW BICYCLES! 1H} TCr. .
.r' from .which all soldier claims will be A dropped ,member is: not entitled to ?
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.f! pal*. -* burial aa aa Odd' Felltiw.nor to any of. FIEST-CLASS WORK GCAlfAXTEED. !\extbr North of Tropical Sun Block, i
,:. Beporti from the lodges throughout the the honors of the order, i
A Banyan Street WEST PALM \V. R. )MITCHELL k
.- state bow that the order In Kentucky laprosperous. The management of the Ohio homes, t-3 BEACH. !.
.' >t ",, i 1/- by action of the recent grand lodge, was PqJCte\Jr. I

la the future all claims of persons! who .'IIICtod. under the control of the grand -- -- -.-.---- ----- -- r
.... '!appear mast be Bled within tVo years : lodge trubtl't'a.I ,
. of said disappearance, but the claim wWi I The grand encampment of Virginia at .SUN. Q
b* allowed only after a seven years'-ab- its recent session .elected Manly B. Ra- BURKHARDrS .
Augustly, 1899, I r.
r; aence. mos of RU'hmoud as grand representa .
.
.F' The supreme lodge has decided to enlarge tive'to the sovereign! grand lodge. ONE SIP j 8

i ; the limit of the beneficiary depart- To every well meaning, right minded Then Your verdict. : -
4 meat in order to Include an amauredwife. person there cnn be. shown sufficient OF SILVER COFFEE> : i
,
Heretofore only blood relutires worth and merit in Odd Fellowship to
11, hare been accepted aa Leneficiariet .. assure rttpectful consideration without If it isn't better than you've been buying) : :o mntter' hoe ;i
I
'
r U U said that glace the. classified rate' resorting to cheap inducements or bargain The OLDEST and BEST fancy a price you've.Le?n paying-setd! it Uick. Tbttt'u I$ _
t f was adopted three years ago the relief counter methods to gain members.
r < fund has saved >$1,000.000 trying it at our expense..

: Only eight assedsmenU for the first MASONIC.Grand newspaper published in the Then there tbe Premium, too. That's not at our expense. .

year ia KaDAa under tbe clagsified pleat That i is free
given by .theJalporters and roafctera, .
f r i of Cuba Is Firmly E.-
Lodge>>
RED ,MEN. tabllihed-Trentleboard Designs County. Each week they their object to win your favor as well as your trade. But

The grand lodge i>f Cuba met in quarterly the CoSee would do that 81J.p\3y-it'li splendid Coffee-
'.. Lora CF ta tk. TcBChiBtr. of the Or. comiannicatbm in the city of Havana contain 33 cents ptr.pound.
f i '__AI..* lb. ,...iL ,I on June 2U and transacted routine .
from the time member enters the business. Pant Grand Master McLeary
L I wicket of a wigwam or tepee he or she UUugbt of Texas was au honored visitor and $ L. W. BURKHARDT, Finest Grocsria g
to obey the rules of true friend- was appointed grand representative of ..
-' .l bip, tad, while none are bound by a sacred tLe grand lodge of Cuba near his own All the News A Store 'Phone No. i. Residence 'Phone No. J. AOO
tie kneeling\ at an attar or with open grand I lodge. The grand body is now firmly w
balSa placed upon the sacred word of tbe established in Cuba and fortune <>OOOOOO.OOOOO<>O<>O<>
V Great Spirit, jet every member takes smiles on the brethren who were faithfulto
'p0a Jklmaelf.I 'or,, herself a sacred pledgeof the trust-reposed In them during yearsof '
honor to itajid by a member of tbe I oppression and misfortune.The : '
order and to keep his tecrets and to defend grand commander of New York that IS News
his fair fame. 1t.1I who have has notified all parties of the jurisdiction I
Mood before the prophet or prophetess! to- keep In good standing in lodge and
would carry out the sentiments of the chapter. .
Utfatioa or pledge of honor they hare l
The "true craftsman" will commune

takea.proved. what.Order. o'happy'Bed Men family would the bel-lair with- himself, applying thai square. i.and not only from West Palm '
Ooaaclt Brand.TV plummet to his own-conduct Subscribe for The Sun.
a Bun F. Pricf says; '"No master can
Red idea of Indian*p'ollrf are conaldedoi
make the proper Impression on more than. Beach immediate vicin- .
the (i.lnof a Joint open air one candidate at a time.". I
demoutntioD and entertainment;to run
several days, some time this summer or The grand lodge cf Tennessee has ruled -
f during the state fair week in September. that a man with his left hand off at ity, but from all points ofnn1p
the wrist Is eligible\ for the degrees.
hiawatha tribe, recently instituted at
Clarion bids! fair to booome due of. tbe Freemasonry pays the thoughtful,
r bent In Iowa. _faithful_..___ craftsmen_._n__._' not__. in._ the. wares n-:: of -- ..- nn-- thfi..-- 'La.'kfi---- -and-- -..1nn0 -----
4| U growing in tbe Delft the world's'current coin but in what I .
Uedmanohlp THE ERRMHN H0USE
quickens the affections, exalts the aspirations ,
s ware narration. Another new tribebaa broadens and blesses the life thus the railroad thus making .
beta instituted at Wilmington. '
providing a social, intellectual and moral Is notf open for Winter Travel.
At a rectal session the great council ofllMouri incitement for a strong and useful man TEST 01' ACCOMMODATIONS.:-TABLE LEST THE MARKET AFFOW
conferred tbe honors or past hood. it easily
-Batha in Con..eeUon.Rat'j .-
.
great sachem. upon a brother for "meri
torious seiTicro," and we wondering Headstones have'been placed over thegravt'li IfcuttuDuble. :Short i Distance from thelVpot.Addrees .
'
the three deceased brethren of
where they found the law which permitted I' the Ohio of Masonic home 'ho are buriedin Mrs. S. E. BARMAN, s WEST: PALM BEACH. FLA.
this act, says! the Indianapolis Hulletio. -
the home cemetery. ---
< Jotiiah Drumniond of Maine a distinguished The
Royal AreBBm.An Masonic authority says, in a recent Leading Family Newspaper THE
amendment to section 3T1 was grand lodge report, that a brother I TRAVBLBRS.
adopted by the supreme council so that a rweivin n--o -assistance.-. Is Under no obligation -. II''
bomber In arrears for dues or assessments to refund the money.
advanced for him by his council The law of California jurisdiction forbids NEW ilANAGKMKXT, -
of Bade
shall not'be entitled to a voice on the the publication of "bulletins" by County Jacksonville
floor of his council'A lodges FELIX GARCIA, Prop. Fla.

_. _. ,
f allra -
of -
member suspended by reason
of a remittance for payment of anMcsameut Knights of Honor. Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Iaths. Complete Scivice.
mailed to reach the system caused
seasonably Diseases cf nervous
tile collector may be reinstated by order the greatest number of deaths in the The Best $2.00 per day Hotel in Florida.
I last the percentage being THE SUN is wel-
I taw regent. order
supreme year Already a
Tale car at the t'niou Depot and ask the COD luctor to stop at the Travelers
Tb4 It-port all show the condition Of 18.2; urinary diseases second 13.4: diseases -
of the circulatory system 12.9 and .
die order to be eminently satisfactory -- - -- ----
vita mart promising indications. for tbtutu. consumption 11.1. come visitor to nearly ev- f
% %%%
..*. The Knights of Honor wheelmen of % ;

Th supreme regent, supreme secretary, Brooklyn will make a run to Yonkers, N.
and supreme treasurer are wade a tribu- Y.. on Labor day. 8'llt.I.. and will call ery home in this section
,aal to determine when payments shall be upon Past Supreme Dictator John Mulli 5 GllEfl G. STROHM. .

wade to the supreme trustees for tbe gan. $
emergency fund she rule kinK that the In the published deaths for 1S9S) there and its many attractive DEALER IK 'Jk._
S
eumnt balance on Deposit with the supreme were 31 members who died within one
treasurer shall not bs less than of their initiation or 1.4 per cent
the mortuary liabilities reported officially of year the total number, l S features: are bringing new $ Staple and Fancy Groceries,
the secre
and.semiofficially to supreme
It is expressly. provided. that not less .
tary. > than one-tbtrd- of the. amount realizedby .
pall dUcrettoo and poser upon" theMhJact the expense assessment be used by the .' recruits to its ranks each Grain and all Food Supplies. .
of adTertlalog is rested, in the supreme lode: in the respective states for $
jeettdte committee, the supreme coun- the upbuilding of the order, under the direction week.
dl recording its opinion against india- of the officers of the supreme .-t-
.crtmiotU and general advertising, but in lodge charged with the duty, in proportion -
fowl o( aa lIere...'bt careful and di* to the amount thus contributed by COUNTRY PRODUCEAlways

# gnat efforts to bring the merits of OUt each grand jurisdiction Fresh, Kept ia S'.wk.
MluJsatloo before the public. JudiciousAdvertisers: ,
0 at.ecabee.. 'Your Patronage Solicited --
cmlghta/t ..
pn.I.
Since the organization of the 1Jace3t -
n. law says specifically that "there !' >ees in 1881 there has been paid out 4-14 West Palm Peach{ fla.
shag b.. aothlng taken .from or nothing' 13.2-1GlIiS.tH for life and disability ben
!\ Added to the ritualistic work !If the efits.:f Sd.US of which was contributed
order that It shall be preserved from by members of the suifreme.tent. $'02- W .
v taoovattoB and change. and yet lhtilaw 000 being' for disability and $7.183,807
art hundreds of lodges which violate for life benefits.
rank. ----- -
conferring of every
at the ) of the five great commanders -
Lvery: one
: !. Ohio tile taw baa been so amended and five great record keepers of the Realize this hence the free'use -\.tk14CSSTUEIT.: .
,
that hereafter one black ball will reject five large great camps have been reelected -
ti I I''
Lutead of two.Highland to their old cositions. and. with two I MY SPECIALTIES ::
\ lodge of Cincinnati has do- exceptions, no one aspired to fill their which they make of its irir. ,

Bated the money to build a cottage on the places.. .
Pythian Orphan home Cr undll. The sum The board of trustees hare offered to lASCF.DIlL\' GROCERIES. r
lift aside for the purpose approximates tents a 'very beautiful Maecabee altar, colums and its increasing CORNER
$4.000. Th cottage will be designed ass the name and number of tent to be carved a. CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS

hospital for the hOUl('. In tbe wood as a prize to any tent securing 7. FANCY TEAS AND COFFEES.
It to trident that the present method l lf 15 life benefit members between popularity as an advertis-
y securing a working knowledge of the July 1 and Dec. 31. 11\99.\ GROCERY FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES .
goal b M Inconvenient and difficult that ing medium. :: IN SEASON
tot a YfrJ small proportion of the menvbenbip KnlabU and Ladles of Honor. <-
eter gets more of a knowledge of The supreme examiner has passed open -
ft than can be gained by hearing It repeated 2,791 applications since Jan. 1; 133wereejected HEW STORE NEW GOODS COURTEOUS TREATMEIiT.
.
actual work. ,
M used In the Boarding at Reasonable Rates.
The orate numbered on May 68.180
Ksil Bts .t *tee.i members, or 62,957! in the relief fund and Prompt Free Delivery on Moth Sides of the Lake. l'
Tie-Knights of /Ion. whose object b r.223 in the social section.At MRS. EVANS is prepared to accommodate boarders at her .

to proootf good fellowship member'ami assist and the next meeting of the supreme well known boardinghouse, on Clematis Ave., close to F E.C.Ry. depot
dUtrnud worthy brother faith. I edge a l e\f'table of rates will be paicnted. J. F. OLIVER, Proprietor
Jewish
l
the M
lacukatt* a love for u .
ta .. .. U CALL OK HSR FOR BATHS AID Boons. =- ** I
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:$ 1- THE- TROPICAL- SUN. -I\ UAT1OF; TIMERS.oters I-Simple SILVER CzpUKAttaK I IN MEXICO..f a Matter Tk <|I M- E1 GRUBER, DEALER 1X-, HARDWARE ,"


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Appears and
Ptonecr cf Dade Couety FIor 4t. : CROCKERY
Paper %
ol the betutif of a rilm itudtMte
__ A qwdmeo
SUlSG. ''/ No\Loagtr Feel Bound given ty tike Uutdu&Mi (Kn.) Kew& It .
\ TBOPIUL SUN PCB COMPAXYt KJTB *A Uutchlnsun man wu in the City oliliilco I FURNITURE.
Ties. *
UKTCAU' teuoa.UBU3H bylParty Rcratlf and wasted to to to San Ftaadtco. .
GO : The price of a tulro..d tickrt WM tUt
-. a one day,,1111 another W3 a third sad nIl the of goat Goods.SU '
Kinds
THUfSOY, next d J (ia dint). It wai VSM IB cold an All
EVERY
0 POLTIIOIAISS.Hi .
1 BCACH.DADE COUNTY FLORIDA ILTUBB' TOrOLLO the tune." The people who want to introduce : e*.Tinware.DOOM,S ah*kd Klut*
WilT PALM
I AT that ?stem here had better emigrate to Uexicoat S Goad.
owe and atijr there. We. bare M tile fartkera All Kinds of Fishing Tackle and Nportfng

I t .SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. $ .OO A YEAR. !' People rnnvnt: tie. 'r rd aa Tools ,. T.in thii countn.-John C. Uennr.B. Bdmoat,. Gasoline SUwrt. Blue Flame s.no.aoe Oil. Reedy Stows Mic4 F.U(.
Btiw.
latcrt.t* Hostile to Lantern. Vsroo
JkAvmaftm GIUlwareIalDpuad
.to to the subject matterof ."..aU." llot9"
With reference G&va.i'rs.espt:
I'.earha Aerortluacc Orders _
Knttred at the To,tof6ce of West P lm Their OwVcUarr-Aet la lIrX.al
the item Mr. Henry writes: "I ,
econil-cla matter. ConelaFretdum. .s
With Their Ow _
-
would like to have you explain if possible -

a.-bulhldaal this important point The explanation --- -
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TRl1llSDAY. AUGUST 17. 1899. The relation cf political .organizations I is .very simple when one LEADING: BUSINESS* FIRMS --

to the people of knows what it is. The overpowering PAINT
in this country
must be A subject of interest (I) fact if it be a fact does not touch Whose Cards Appear In this GUARANTEED
the country the merits of the silver question at all
to every American ve The time In the case referred to the railroad fare Classified Alphabetically.

baa been when to be a Democrat once Wilt fixed In terms of American money PARIAH PAINTS I ;

I \\"i10 be a Democrat always. or when and the rate was $62.60. When payment ARCHITECT: I '
to be a Republican ouce was to be a offered in any other money i Beach Blister. Are not !
was T D Brown West Palm Rub Off, Peel nor
Cfack
been Chalk, J
has Guaranteed not to
time ,
Republican always. The of course the rate would vary as the ex
-'I i'BANKING satisfaction
'
when it was considered bnt little chert change varied. If the rate bad been by Salt Water or Sea Breezes, and are giving better ,

of treason to IPilve a political Organization fixed at. say. Ill8 in Mexican money : other paint known. It is the coming paint ia this State, u it is
to which one belonged and when it would have been |118 In that money Dade County State Bank. : any ;:
would bring upon any man reproach if gold had west ram adapted to the climate of Florida.EDWARD .
1 to do so all the time and .American:: t.
and condemnation. lint in this been offered the amount of it necessary seeBARBERS S -

there haa been a vast change. notablyin to buy the ticket would have varied :

: tfto last 10 or 15 years. with the exchange. It all depends! upon Wm Schandt,West Palm Beach WILLIAMS j

I The schools! of the land nave done which money the ticket rates are fixedin. Milo Cooper,West Palm Beach .. '
(
well in their work and ba\e sent forth If that traveler bad been journeying .,. pidiU .
every year irilhous of men.who have QQ local Mexican railroads and had BICYCLES: Ateat for Carrara *od Pariaa .

been trained to habit of thought We used gold to purchase his tickets. he West Palm BeachW FLA. I
Ceo S Adams. JACKSONVILLE
I have grown more and more to be a nation i wtuld-have found the gold fluctuating R Mitchell West Palm BeachBOTTLING 28 East Bay Street, ,
and the more a man would have I
of thinkers while the Mexican dollar .". .
thinks the freer be is. The more a man seemingly stood still His tickets would WORKS: ------ 5--

__ thinks the leas willing be is to permit have called for f 8.2.50 or $63. or perhaps
his acticna or his vote to be governedby I only 182 in gold. according to the CCastellano. MiamiBUILDING PROFESSIONAL CARD& .

.; any
t We are becoming more a nation of individuals when a man wishes to transmit pounds SUPPLIES:. )

tt and lets a nation of parties.It sterling to England, he has to pay all Chas Welshans. Jacksonville FOR PUBLICATION.DKPAKTMEKT : W I. METCALF.ATTOR. .

H t ii becoming more and wore instead the caae of the way from $185 to $4.90 in orderto Geo S Hacker& Son. Charleston, 0"1'11& IJr'I'suo-. 1.AT.UW. .

I that political organizations get an English sovereign. 4.' .' OrricE AT GAiniamiJ.it. "'LIo.. -
I ownUig the voters are being owned by Jn the one case the exchange is low. July it4: 18SW.) I UQUR1 PUiUC.
LCOM VISITOR the voters. A political organizationcannot In the other it is high. But to the CIVIL ENGINEERS & : la hereby gives that Uu followIng Win praetuxla CMUIJ,..... a4Courtt. fl4.nI
to
I this country to the extent itOnl'8 is'the English that Franklin Sheen. West Palm BeachDENTISTS settler has filed acUce of hU tnteatioa. and .
in American it money 1J"Ofia aapportof hil el4i. tAMO CASE* A bPC1Al.Tt.
I could dictate to the voters .howthavttiull changed the American dollar seem- ,.i proof will fee made before jae. B. Office U TttOPKil.8o> Block
itiHtead u is becom-. baa. other t1. S.CommudoDcr at Jupiter, Fta,oa ....._. P.tw Raa# Mute Cwiatj. J......
vote. Vint always the same On the WU -. J
'
ing I59.VIZ:
: I
representative and agent of the the Londoner wishes to remit Stuart. Flu.,
ing the band, when Beach Martin Sparwth, of
j ji bayol1ba8itutement voters in foruialaticg and declaring the "dollars" to America, sometimes D A Thomason.West Palm for the N.X of N.W.Jf. Sec 10.Tp.J t St CLAUt-ABKAStS,
i principles .and doctrines desired to benptfeld his sovereign will buy $4.90 in American L T Daniel Cocoa a. ALEX
his
.
incident to the ollowing wltneme to prove
i been making some figures by the votera. money and sometimes baa changed. S.. residence upon and cultivation: ol I ATORME'-AT.UW
thu tK-HKjtnyer accounts of the Philippine The masses of the people are able to while'the sovereign has remained sta DRUGGISTS: ,vu: W. U. Smith,Fla.ILC.Olsea of Sewalla Point., JACK90NTIUI, FU

Ughling, "They have had a eee and to understand that and political directed organizations tionary. As remarked above, this variation E H Dimick, West Palm Beach .StmiuousoIS&usrt., Pla.' Robert J4c11ael'tOll.of Stuart Practice la all the &Coasts,SfaM u4TedurkL
are dominated nothing with reference to
battle ever wince the: war began, and subject to proves 5st W.G. ROBINSON, KegisUr. WW-V&.
by those who are men only the merits or demerits of the silver '
In each conflict theentiny \\.as driven temptations and inducements applicable standard. In the first place, for aught DRY GOODS AND :

back 15 rnilea. According to thesCOLONKLJOESTRIPUSG e to all men alike. They tee and understand that appears to the contrary, the traveler Thomason &Browt West Palm FOR PUBLICATION. I & HKOO3LIi
bland toW that these organizations have buying the ticket could get$123 in Mrs J Frank, West hIm Beach lOlE IATTORNEr'AT.UW
1 hail that one Palm DEPARTMENT OP THE ITEmoLLiND )
> been and are often prostituted to the Mexican silver as easily as he could get Curl Schrebnick, Wtbt Orrica AT OAI.NEBVILLE, FLA >, ,
5,00miled long.Jacktlollvillti advancement of local. selfish and per- the 62.50 in American gold. If so, be II' July 24. DJUa.j
voters constituting U hereby given that the following ST. Aocmtxc. Fu.TT .
and that the
i sonal intereeta. was nothing ontSecond FERTILIZERS: settler has Died notice of hit intention to
a.a these organizations have been here in America, while our final woof tn support of hw cl lm and 5-1"99
.A. 1kurCo., Jacksonville will be made before )UU. a
Wm
tools laid proof
or --- -- -
the --
a standard ia nominally -
f neea culy under the gold u
and are o ten money S. Commissioner at Jupiter Ha,on
0.
DADS COUNTY'S PROGRESS In mil means of advancing interests hostile to fixed-that ia. a dollar is alwaysa LittleBros. 9,1899.vii:

\ .. terial growth and population it) little or'even destructive of their own inter dollar-yet compared with those ,.. H. Smith of Sewalla Point Flo., O. HOOD. It, '

short of marvellous. Two decades tsts. the class of men in this countrywho things! which go to procure that dollarIt FIRE INSURANCE&REAL for the S.W. X of &2.N.8.KotM 3.See *. PHYsicIAN AID 'UIC'

"- less than forty registered no longer swear allegiance to any is all the time changing. For exam Brelsford Bros,Palm Beach .01 See.N.E.or 32 Tp.38&toualand. a.42) B. P Jacta af
Royal
there were .
growing !ala OJ&M sad iuM uar
ago ia daily to .
it Palm viteeasc to prove
political organization pie a farmer finds necessary go Wallace R Moses, West Mine the following 11T .. -
in 01 ,
;; voters and only $13,000 larger. The class of men who think for Meiico. His ticket is, we will say, .. '-U.. land,vis rtsid:Han nee C.upon Olien and, of caltiTitioa Stuart FU.i Hotal.PAUtBBACB.
i property real and personal, at a- themselves and who act on their own |62.50. He sells 125 bnebela of wheatat lBou,of btnart ria.: R. M.SpamU.o .
who vote for or against order to the FURNITURE: ,Fl*. Titus Hut.0? Hob fiouad. Fla. BROWN
enaed valuation. Another decade conclusions and 60 cents a bushel in get ; ROBlMttON. EefitUT. D. ,
: W.C.
$ so in* the platform vf political organizations money. He baa to make another trip. D E Cooper Mfg Co Jacksonville j ,, '
I nearer found the population 300 as their individual conuctions' dictate The ticket remains u before Jost HI i OTICH FOR PUBLICATION. ARCHITECT AM IUILMK.

: created that there were close to ia daily growing larger. |02.60. But when be Bells some more QRAtN AND SEEDS: .Beach'A Plus u4 scsLIa.prtW,

TPgbtmd voters and property, real The cl&sa) of men who will vote for a wheat to get the ticket he finds that be A Bours&Co, Jacksonville loUD DKT Of AITMUT no AT CAIHUVILLK or TBI laruiom., FLA,)> Jobbing work(tf 01 prow?*aitoUoa at,
Wm
: and personal, assessed at nearly yellow dog if be is on the Democratic can only realIze 45 cer ts a bushel fork 4 July M.18991' poaD&trstve
.
Republican ticket as obtaining the ticket Is.HLaDWARE is hereby rhrea that the following
the of <<
it on instead
ticket or and
Ten more brings has filed soUse of hU UteaUMi t 0
a 1 flOO.OOQ. years the case may be, without reference to with 123 bosbete be unit give up 138. : final settlet proof in rapport of his claim,sad B. B. POTTEK II. D.,
j up to date and we find 1,400 regibten : platform cr to principle is dally growing The |62.50 railroad fare baa in effect Palm Beach said proof will be made before Jno. .. _
U E Gruber,West CwiKHWT at Jnptler, Fla, on
U.&
the fUT
on to be. The PALM BEACH.
and it ought 8-88-98
I! %l voters property emallur, and eo becomet69. \ .9.189)1 via:
asamraeut rolls valued at about revolution brought ua political freedom The same is true when we comparethe -.--" Hot Simmons of Stuart Fla.

I two and one-half millions of dollar*. -that U to say, it divorced M from cold coin with anything else that HOTELS: 22198.for the tot i(or E.K.of. KB. 7I t 5, ... Ii{. BUliMlAM.H.D.
England and gave ua a government of is bought and sold-corn,.oats. beef.pork The Earman House, West Palm \ Lot)(or W.X'of N.W. Uue.1I,Tp.j8 6, J I L's.

\ our own. hut the attainment of individual iron. wool. cloth. Everything in Mrs James McCann, West Palm Eo names the following witnesses to prove his SURGEOH AND PHWCIAX,
freedom in thought and action the market is constantly changing in TheJTravelers, Jacksonville residence upon and cultivation: Point of,
in this land, viI: W. H. Smith, of Sewills far Specialitt.OOlcc .
and
I hall
No man the Eye
DAlE WILL COMPARE RECORDS. i ia just as important. price which means that money 5.. .; K. M. Sparvath. of Stuart. P1*.. H. C
country can be justified in permittingany the time changing in its purchasing : of Stuart,' Fla.;'Walter Ititcl 1lg. of at BmldeBct italuin CotUcr .
set of men to it will be seen JEWELERS: ::\, Fla. ...H
Recently the attention of THE SC.Nwo other man or) any power or value. Thus W.G.ROBINsoN, Register.
article in dictate to him his political action or to that the gold dollar with its boasted Idner &Son, West Palm JJeach.LAUNDRY TIIO3IASON I). D. S.
called to an interesting be PUBLICATION. \ A. ,
direct Lira aa to how his vote shall stability ia only stable when compared -.- [CE FOR' .

oar bifflly etPt'm ctnitempo/jry( eal:! Tha Jan who so does surrenders with itself and when it is the standardof OF TBB I.iTESioa. CaraerCtenwitoAfC.MdOUmc.WEHTPAUI4SUU. .
: DEPARTMENT: Office:
the Gainesville Sun, under tbtuiption the greatest right guaranteed to him by measurement.: L&XDOl-FlCS AINESVILLB, FLA;'S> ILA
which the government Wo Kee, West Palm BeachLAWYERS July 14 1899Notice
All. conbtituticn. upon .
"AUchua Leads Them the that the following Allkln< oIla01kr..*.IMa., kow. .. Ik*
and fc bused. THE WAGES OF LABOR. S.- if hereby filed given notice of bis intention t.n pmfnt6ioa. ( ot.l cross .aa bnJ,.t-."ik tici
Tie article was very interesting Whether yctt intellect be greater final settler proof has in support of !his clam.. a d .Hy. Tet-tk extracted wukmit..,.l..

made a mont creditable showing for email it is yours and given to yon to Tie Panic Scale I. the Beat UeKU1T : saul proof will be made before FU Jno, on B. (JacaliQurs: ,,to u a. m.iu4 &at.f ua.021yS .
subordinate' it Ha I'aU. Metcalf. West Palm Beach.Frank 0.S Commissioner at Jupiter
hardly preparedtu frvaperltr W I
but are whenever
Alachua, we use and you ,o 1899, vu: I
rttcede that ",be leads them all,1everything to the mind of any one other than yourself Gold standard organs! are' making aparade W Pope,Jacksonville HANS C. OLSEN, of Stuart Fla.,
in Alex St Clair.Ahrams for the N.E.Vi Sec-9.Tp.jS S.. It.41E I
considered.Tlw yon surrender your individuality of the increase of wales a He 24118 names the following witnesses to prove ; .A..:. DANIEL. ,
give up the freedom which has cost eo few factories, citing such incidents as 'I' continuous residence upon and cultivation L.

q gumming up The Gainesville mnch and willingly lay down the first proof that prosperity has struck the MEAT MARKETS: said Scbroede land, viI r.:of E.Stuart hinraons, Fla., of; Waller Muart,Kit FU>'h-, OtHTlST. t

wtre to the effect that rights known to men. No well as the monopo\ Fla. W. H. Smith, of Scouts .
as
$un figure and greatest wageworkera .\ B Otwell West Palm Beach of btuar ; COCOA IXD1AN I.lnl,r&.uk..A.I... 1
then the Tax Collector turned over man can do wrong who honestly does lists. Who will be fooled I Not the men Will Whidden, 5'C Fla. W.G.ROBINSON Register. .
would IIaVPonhar&dforitconiing hia own thinking and then acts in accordance who are out of employment not the

hill fumU, the county with his own conclusions.Even men working for less than enough to -,- B. MOSES, f

$10,743,1-1 if in thus acting yon go wrong keep body and soul together decently, I MUSIC HOUSE: -. 'VALLACE
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.Yf'ar'a u,-:. The running' is good, I the evil resulting: is much less than re- II not any intelligent observer of the Ludden & Bates'S M H, GO TO.Errickson's. Sueetuor t. A. W.ffota/t, I

f>v'eD for 8 county as oM find of thebeavy enlts from allowing any other man or course of events. After Cleveland.Rothschild ,.- REAL ESTATE MO IHSUKMCt, I

4 ( of .Alathuu But get of men to do your thinking for you. &Co S panic in 1893 wages Restaurant Ageat law W"t Patio Reach Tuwm Lots, aIM ;
population As for me. I would rather vote my own everywhere were cut, and when times NOTARIES PUBLIC West Palm teach Wtor Wort

here is Paiie'sAllowing with a popuhitionof mind and vote wrong than to vote the failed to get better under the gold cure W R Moses, West Palm Beach NOTAIU Af raise,MM rimuc.Cltmiklb
Wtween 6,000 and 7.000 mind of any other man or any set of treatment then administered by con Guy I Metcalf West Palm WHEN IN MIAMI. 5-2147: West t>ala tteaeh. Muri4 {
This is the individual dictation of Wall street
onls... men and vote right. gress. at the -,- .
'Treasurer's report we freedom that we ought to seek through Wall street's agent Grover .
By the last the individual and NURSERY STOCK VRAMKUN 8HKK GEO. 0. IUTU1.
that is cut again
attain and Cleveland. were
to wages
have examined the follow ins funds i freedom of which I see full and great again. John B Beach, West Palm i Spate leal fee 25 Ceiti.Coafofiablft SHEEN & 1JUTLEK I I'URrEfOR'

.are tilled as follows: promise in this land. 1 During the campaign of 1896 nearly S.' Axiom tMsisnn.OflU4 I

Gn.ral .'..lId_ __.f 359H r.4 The true principle is this: That if all of the great employers of labor under PHOTOGRAPHER Rooms and al West ri* Beach

Kcbool Fund.-- .... ..,,-__... 6.101 66 the platform of a political organization pressure from the usurers, stated to Palm Linda kially at41vide4 *ad .* to,.
IWIdFubd.-. __..- 131110 Lt.expreive: of your convictions and their hands that Bryan should be J B O'Donoghue,West Cilia Beds.... .a.1ae4. Biiklcu..4 an4IQ Ul
Fla and Furietlnr* Kund. __.. taw ,G your beliefs, no matter what your education elected they would have to reduce -_.e' Ing hu MdeUmtiBK*d comet work flatter caaruteed.a pedal,LUois.iu&IcsIboa. LIla.. .

--- or your elation in life may be, some more or close down, but AND by naU rccdf prompt atlotloa. ..
wages
Total cfc.h UB"..d.. **$l*>t>4T 86 vcte it and support it. If. on the other that McKinley's success meant steady PHYSICIANS Mats and 81. rrta.U a& Lowe' Pet.eeL .

To tie last J'Untgruph of our hand the platform of a political organ: work and a restoration of the wage R HCHood B Potter.West" Palm to .5 JOHN ERRICKSON, o WEST PALM. BEACH FUA. 11-T-M

GainesvUU friend's article we must ization does not express your convictions scale of 1802. Thousands of Bryan men N S Burnham "

SliM note exceptions when be twys: and beliefs then no matter how in the large cities voted for McKinley ruoraiETOH, GEORGE S. ADAMS

in long you may have belonged to that under the deadly fear of starvation due 'I' MIAMI :F.L0BID.A.
"A wlbult now leads every county ,
organization you ebould vote against to the goldbng ticket. Everybody PINEAPPLE Deputy Supreme Commtuiltr

Florda: in the financial world, being that platform without reference to the knows what followed after election. G C C Matthams, West Palm KNIGHTS Of THE. UACCASEtt f

pUMiibly the only county in the State views or opinions of any other manor, Cuts in wages occurred everywhere, _.,' For Ik* Stoic of Fluid
not o',ing a cent and a treasury any set of men on eart .Judge Tartin. and nothing; but cuts was heard of -
T throughout 189.and. 1897. RETAIL Subscribe for THE SUN win Institute Teat. isywkee te the 8UU.
pretty well filll'd.with, money uponi .. of trusts For Information tddrrwGEORGE
the organization Palm
1898
In West
... do business." Down With toe loniiiinuon.Senator L W Burkhardt, *. ADAilft.Rl99 .
1nicb to befOre Beach
I i at a rate never West Palm
SUN to remark that we Hoar one of the very few progressed is still ,J F Oliver, Palm Beach >> West Palm Beat,FJortd.
lVrn.il this known. That sort of thing going J D Mathis, West
: although a I'
f brainy men of the senate. time all industries Strohm West Palm Beach .
don't cumtMle AlachtmV 'lead, nor itttn constitntional on and in a short Glen G. ,
is "no
I out of !elt, Eepublichn gays there nation will be controlled uy the trusts s5. H. MALTBY BARBER SHOP.
1 > the only county power to conquer foreign : trust perfected means the shutting GEO. SEMINOLE

Dade neithef U nor La A' Iwn in del,. and hold their people in subjection Every down of factories and the throw SHOE REPAIRING: Schaudt
o Wm. Proprietor.
r, -
IS ,
of the Dad against their wilL" Bat !Senator: Hoa: thousands Palm Beach -DEALER
Since the formation ing out of employment of W R Mitchell.West
his Hotel PotadsasiOnLy
that Formerly at Royal
know by thia time ( .
County Ktate Rank Bomt> years ago, ought to Ilanna cat These facts the plutocratic, newspaper -5.5 household
in the hands of FurnitureFuoeraIuppIis
party few of thi
in
t the first in the Countv, County war. caught for constitutional power jut pas in. silence. few-remaining But a STEAMBOATS AND MACHINERY: White Barber in the Town.
openwage
factories-only a
rant have been received at par aniluml tice or humanity. They are out for thi have been raised.to the 189 Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co,
*
i' New York drafts. i long green. army contract and end Jacksonvilli Went Palm Reack. FlorVU.
( 611 safely as scale. So far as publicly announced DO .

i l ':, : We rejoice\ in the happy tiDar.cial'l'I like things. wages have gone up to the 1893 scale.. --TAILORING* -: -

tOpditioo.ol.Alachua Who, Who, Wfcot Wages in some factories have been increased Beach lIT DAUBER 8UOP,
i .4. thu! Who would have thought in 1771 to the figures at which tbey; Abe Safranek&Son,West. Palm 0
it comes to crowing, .
but when the cute made after A SPECIALTY. 4.
that in less than 12$ years the American stood preceding p.'
&rJl cannot |*>m.it its ituneavilk! election. Cleveland pani> BaI1U8tnet. .
a republic would be fighting to prevent McEinley's LINES:
brother to have the fence to himself a people on the other fide of thi wages ia the best McEinley's prOlperityh ; TRANSPORTATION

4Ve are ".pme pumpkins" too anti] world from governing theaeelveslall s yet given ua,-Nashiilla Ckimoo Ocean FECKy S S, Co.Jackso Jacksonville viUe' West Palm Beach. PlaTt 6i'U AIW ooru,rrp

"pe went. tie,world tu kauw it. fQl1U1M. r&C,. .

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I : S I .' ".". "-P.II I Import from the :tat. I teo. a*. 5-,
.-LABOR'ltf'NEW ZEALAND- Et. BUSINESS IN MANILA. '
: '* dealer who baa, ia plaift words, beea Lathe
S '

_ 1.pa..4 { S F Y ,.t I .." ".lxl.!'. El'l.ruWk. : < httaU' i.. I "* past font months robbed of wares
fIts O CuBe ? worth $10.0001'beJ were shipped sad
( r Ob.alaL. i
/ j <.
Appreclatioo' Has' aDetru4 In toe'whole- of' New Zealand,during- IA1ASKANwILDS Eliza Arcbard Conner on the invoiced at San Fiancisco. IB some laBtances -
S
whole
psckagw disappear
June 137. to the I
"
applied Commercial
t. perscna Conditions.
!!;, !five Effect. bodily: in others package were broke "
.w
: S government for aaautance, and it was t
open and part of the content* ukta. !
, I given to them by labor on public works What the Harriman ; and then fastened np again. j'

JOT GimALLT UEKESTOOD.A at the current rate'of wages,.about (3 Exploring, Expedttioh' Hops to Accomplish ,I THE GOOD A3JD BAD IBATUBES.Reform Whether the robberte an commit ted '!

a day for eight hours uya The Appeal : Field ef RsearclL 5 on shipboard whether by the Chines :

to Reason. In five cases during June ; ? Prolific I freight handlers at Hongkong or ia & S
: I S Sogreted In Cv.t and
KB.wledir .' tb. FudaetaI employers ,were, fined for failing to m custom houses hers it Manila tobudfknows. j

'\ IAW .t .*Ber !. Redded t* Realize i! close np en Saturday afternoon and two t ,S :1 Commissary Departments.Vh* .' The things simply disappear. S j

i BY CYRUS SYLVESTER. Present Operation -'. Irksome ta The military authorities brtd> sat !
". tk. P.wcr ,of tk. AppreciatingHUhtr were fined for working women over 62 i.1\ :
c-- S I hour week. S.-z Americas Merehaats- Some F.eU bold themselves! retpjCMHe for good
laP-Ea..II.. Wdeispread la'." a : ., :
-- StleoA Here is where the laborers have wisely t Far Prospective Investors. stortd in the enjoins wart-bun of
row _ic".dll..4'4ie ." ;.t".rjl 'A.u .;:...: "
S went into and have made the "go dow ns. as stoitu roorb are ulltd
tA'cb .' politics .The wealth of the Klondike! and tin ,I Fbht"r, Henry Gannett G. K. GUberr XIV
heaviest b.Iw.t
Dga la t value of the money law that the state shall give'them employment in the cricnt The u*
'Consequent International boundary dig-,' 11 11. harrIman, Charles A. Kwler, T. MASILA. June 3.-No more American eatable and driakabk
S unIt !* usually veiled as to preclude whoa they shall be unable to on
{4S it first riewltfl connection with the deS find employment in private service at pute between the United States and Klncaid Dr. Charles I'aLiche ItobertRidway leer saloons are needed in Manila ComaiisBary airrcband.tMg u4 tb.

,t;. atractive cocaoqneoccs that necefcarilyfJotv better rates Aa'labor keeps the state. Canada have attracted to Alaska the win' Professor. E. Hitter, EdStarts that is the first observation I am loss )f goods transit from tfc* States

t,: froro It It the consequences of an as' without labor there would be. no attention of the world. The Ilamrnan ., Dr. William Treleaseimfithrs. moved to make ia connection with the ,to Manila are rapidly Baenmiag 1M

: appreciating. money Gtand r
t or were men and ject'gnias3t.by ( use tbeUlate, and as they growiser interestIng and timely sl1bJl'Ct.SInce The people selected to accompanv tcwn. A swarm of American saloonkeepers stealing occurs in the voaiow baoM or
lluuiuau th at New
generally. ench a standard would no they will use it more and more until Mr. Joined # party came over with the Mayflower, not. that inHit'> a gets!! .tfif
Titus Bering set out in .1r-:8 at York where a t'pt'4Jal train was provided ao to speak to the andthey it. end for its uitlt'the United
I more be tolerated than"a pestilence all can find better employment with : Philippines u
thlt coald be avoided. Cat the troth I la the state than any individual can afford IVter tht4eUuiaud on:Ms arduous ft> convey them westward This have 'been arriving ever since States gnvtrntent ought to tave a

t' effect work of exploring the Siberiaa! train consisted of the Pullman composite Beer and cleanup time'ic tkna d wrt* .
few at first see or recognize the I to pay. Why keep np a tate that la whisky bbofw American style I grand up
of Wh a force upon the affairs of life I Useless coast and waters leading to tbe discovery buffet smoking and baggage are as plentiful here aa ia New Yorkor 0 menu wit eat iyin: a nod aboatit

; and fewer still entirely I comprehend New Zealand is not perfect but it of Alaska there bare bveu many car Utopia the diBins cat Gilsey awl Sao FranciscoIf and this even more for tbe sake cf i

.r iu alIens bet an pervading power: ,Indeed baa better conditions for the laboring fxptsiitiuns to lie Laud of tee M!i.l. tjvo Pullu.au < mpaJtmenta laziness be the ideal etate. then tbe innocent than of the guilty. it there .

r: :- I without knowledge the fundatM&tal people than any country on earth. The night Sun but none pivUibly has been HetfeLtiig Chicago the next afternoon the old style Manila merchant: led a are any uf the latter.

&. la wi of money it< la difficult to official report shows that' all links of more novel or important than that now a Cue repast was given by Mr. illmUiu sufficiently pleasant existence. In this I Another coddition works a. a hardship -

:55 folly understand the extent ,to which occupation ,wer;best during April about to peaotraie the Aia.kiiu interior. to the party and some invited i hot climate it is beat to be abroad early against tbe business man sad tM S

.t ; the appreciation or depreciation of the The difference there and in other Indubitable. evltncos Jiave quests at the Auditorium hoMo after I in the morning. Shops and stores open capitalist at present When w. occai -

f money unit affeeta social conditions.jjnt .' cooatriea ia that the state employs people been coining from the tenitury. I'ur- which the journey was coutiaued over by 7 o'clock. That was too early for !i pied tbe city. the civil coort wmi .

t ., } wbeajtba true'relation of money productively while others employ chased 'at 2 cen s'l\sr acre from Russia 'C'ka1o the and Xortbv of ttera the to famous OuiaUs' the old time Spanish mtrtbant how i abolished. They have uv er been re- i ISDSPEXS10X

f. to the prices of coniincditiea the wages people oonprod actively. New Zealandbaa in 1867 comprising an area uf about J headquarters ever so be left the mornin work to 1 established. So far as (i'ill.sw gee.

10 SS of 3 labor and to be lAId U nn a larger public debt.than*any other overiaud route, the Union Pacific, lIt his menials and subordinates. lie : Manila is in a flute cf anarchy. There II

!t, dent.. dea&o o&tofdi country 1n rjropfat&nf to jODfllation.! I wh road Mr. llarrimau is largely leached bis place of business at 9 or I is no way cf collecting a bill by legal t.

.r: eba. J1tlaud but she baa raUi ads, mines. farms.. interested. half past By half past 10 began whatis 1 measures and no nay \nforciag aI "

when it U understood that price ia the factories gas electric waterworks After surveying the chief objects of I here celled ""cocktail tim!." Then 1 contract Sufferers wno appeal to the

,tI. '. Talna of a thing in 'money'and that e'.. that are- worth many times her tatei est in Omaha the Journey to Seattle i the merchant lets up on his arduous I military authorities are told to wait ,

levels the on the Pacific coast commenced. labors of the morning. The beat of the till tbe courts set $1
.' general price or price express debti Tth r countries have large debts ki'r I? are op again. they

relation between money and coiuniodiUpL \, too. but.all they Lave to show f<3r them Prt-fckleut Burt of the Union Pacific day begins to be felt by that time. I do : bave waited for months and are waiting '

":more strictly perhaps, behyeeq' are receipts.for.salaries paid ;and some attached his private ear to the train lot know how many cocktails are ac- i still. Able(Anu-ilcan lawyers who }

f. Isi f0o''the'' neBide.a'l d 8lpgf tbbe burned'gunpowder and- "selesa' -war- and accompanied the distinguished nally drank but something most have understand tbe Spaimb language art :

boagh' and add and debts to be paid ships Which shows that laboring men personages over .ll.e Union Pacific to started the name. At 12 the custom also here waiting for tbe dil courts_ I I

: 00 the other, and tbat necessarily cIDo.nll do roo the government better Granger, Proceeding" Portland a has been to close business houses absolutely to reopen, but the order for it k net I j jghen.
( rlaeii '. stop over of one day was arranged atSUobliou until 2 Whether this will The arrertion be
nxsney appreciates or ottiei.tbl tugs than the men of wealth.'M'KINLEY'S con most pat
'
it while ti /i ;'. enabling the visitors to geta .- .
go down obligations- payS I --- r
view of Great Shoshone falls which .
money for the most part :remain no- .
.' changed the disguise in which the evilS POLICY. except in point of shape and volume of 1 :

It veiled 'ia no longer impenetrable, and water, compute with Niagara. Niagara -4tn; 'S
St ntfleB< That Hit Cabinet Rudlt
rivw falls In
the inch I condiI V2S feet 23 miles. Shoshone
widespread Injustice Called Ipo to Defend It. .
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,
500 feet ID five miles. -- ST4
Won entails disclosed. I I I 1'F
It U' conceded that in It la a significant fact that every From Portland the tour was along I J .
now generally
.
& member of the president's cabinet has
the archipelago fringing the northwest
the I
the UattS relation bet
: yean .een 55
S and commodities generally has felt impelled to make a public defenseof const The coast range presents a bold < ..
money I
the president's policy. Were a presidential fro'iit "
to the ocean from the Columbia
'
.
undergone a change Mpreseed.by \'f1 -
campaign in progress the fact river northward. and the Columbia
:
:
increase of at taut 100 per cent in the I
stated wonld call for no criticism. It Alexander
and half
archipelagoes are
of value of money and 'a corresponding ALASKAN TTPK OF BKAUTT. -.
; fkl of 80 cent in the prices of cominodUtes would be accepted as the nsual thing 570,000 statute miles,. with a submerged peaks and ranges the verItable i1i --' -' :
per square '. .
for these people't da Bat. taking the .. 1'qr a
"Sea of Mountains. Glaciers = \ v
t' and of property generully otherS wai-oast of 26.CHX) luiit-s that it is a .J" 1 V t'
administration papers as acriterion, tud all those cordiUeran tloi>es. and Jn -v-- _. "i}' "-' .
than money and money securities. Sncb region coveted with a uetwoik of virgin -r- ---.os ,, : ,.,
there is not tie slightest occasion for 5' ?- Is2 .
.
the tide water glaciers at the head of ;
S change in a quarter of.thia century ia treaiuri'au'I miueral wealth practically : .' ,; p -.
explaining defending act of the : I .. "
1
any Alaskan inlets ; '
are paralleled only u ;
in ti"_
without all !
a parallel history unlimited Long ago man returning "
administration. On the the -
contrary, the extreme polar regions. The scenery ; r'iIi
in the nIne of there _
Changea this told of its
money from country' .
I claim is made that the political GkV : -':
have been. due to increase or decrease I. oppolum&d richness and their anxiety to go jack Is sublime and a cruise along tbe .t-4 -:
of.the administration are endangering ? -
northwest coast baa well been termed -- t .y.I
in volume bnt never before eo rapid as i with the necessary KUppliej to develop 7"" h .. a
the country and making trouble : r
daring the last quarter of thin century, the mineral and other rasodrces, They a -monotony of magnificence The I. -1i'1 _.... '- .'
for the fdminibtration by expressing mountains are covered with dense forests ,.' I,&1IJtlc' .. .
with world dtbu to b thereW had been ink ,
and never & only prepared,, to the WJs -.
and treasonable -
eentimenU
nopatriotic the waters abound with counties* '
by.affected anything like no general or the Chicago Chronicle. slightest Investigation and becce came o' '
-
says
of inch magnitude back than they This of )1 .
aa now poorer went ,
If these labored. attempts at a defense _
Who can conceive tbe'extenVvfJhe itself was an argument against their :
of, .presidential, or rather administration '
: transfer of wealth from tboae who credit theories on the subject and. therefore, BRIDGE IN MANILA. .
policy, no ia given '
created it or formerly held it, to those not'directly they were unable to enlist the needi-1 4 ,
to'aDl _connected with JL .
who are t ia pohjtipA.to JUtit in help. There.were those, however who"blieved
the administration for: anyrprogreaa tinue when Americana
atisfactlon 61 money .obligations, enhanced the stories, but they were not I get attention caD be
1tI in Talne" to the extent that made in .any line since thin question possessed of sufficient means to outfit .mains to be seen. probably. }p-

ably prosperous administration. came The old time Manila in the
money baa appreciated? The ighte6t"l the prospectors.Jlere extreme
Inspection of Bach a force' ia enough to into power The fact that no Democrat however, a body of uen notaceking S for his motto "Never do wants to go to
inside or oofcide of congress pat
a
show that brief would be fortunes aid uiiioia yon cn make anybody else do.
bnV a period wealth I
+ straw in thepreparation *
the
[presidential 1Ji
"required !'.transfer ;to' ew hands ,by \D| amid 'the' _snbws and gluricrs the to mncb as desired to wash an tbU letter to enter
for 'tn. ia igltorea.'fhat
; 'this agency alone the bulk of the wealth war mountain and 'tiearheruuti streams of bwa his finger he would readers b: simply

S of the world. the strongest Democratic, localities I. the frozen iortb, but tuuiertakin an flopped hid Lands like an to perinea to whom

t It III Impossible conceive, of a pow- were prompt in adding their expedition for the purpose of waking Kxgnts" pasha and had a. Wfienever your dear
strength to the national in the
er for wrong at once so subtle so po- army researches' and gaining! scientific Information 'S __ bring him the basin of water with any particu
I' war with Spain ia never alluded to. -5
tent and BO aU pervading as that which on the spot "ia Sara way At 5 o'clock his carriage called and UDWf'jcom\pj
Even after the ia closed and the ,
r- apringa from appreciation of the war Alaska." ,i and be. with hu interesting prefaces it with tb.

.' money nnit If all weights and all government enters upon its attempt to Mr. Edward II. Harrtaaa has always -:.---- went to drive and listen to you becaoM 111 n

: measures should by some occult process inaugurate an era of imperialism the taken a deep interest in the sciences ca the Lnneta Picturesque Hundreds of ga d/

be made to undergo a continual augmentation -. Democratic press of the country ia bat and particularly scientific Investigations ALASKAN MAMMOTH. looked in his shining white home an"d capitalist
I the wisdom of thecourse.
mildly criticising
in length volume or weight Yet the official advocates of of comparatively unknown coun- varieties of fish, and tbe northern which at least a dozen were I are hoping and ex

with offset, the effect rltg and for has a freeh one every day. His > Manila.vbere to
been
no compensating ibis feel called many years one moors arc the camping ground of great reap
policy strenuously
t loch variations would have in the diatribotion -I npon tit the most liberal patrons of these flocks of aquatic birds. were vhite, of cool canvas I industry and ability. ,
Is
to defend it This an admission of
pf wealth can easily be im S wpntnpha, __ and_ im ntt0mr. tn_ forestall M'lentlftp-________ _rrscan___H.hoa."__ S Th.__ .._"..I".i..n.v. "v_ V.nf th.. r.tdistilewuultlbe ._. Ynhm. _v_ dane ovet. with -pipeclay- 1 id not at fault either. I"
agined. But disastrous consequences M M" M" M"t' .V.MU Lately his attention has been diroctd impossible iu the serve their immaculate today tbee.t; ii#

S ,of each changes would fall abort of the judgment of the great mass of the ( toward Alaska, beliovln-j that that limited time at the disposal of the The pipeclaying of his i than these same !

those that follow the. continual appreciation people. The job ia.one of difficulty. wonderful aud comparatively unknown members of this expedition, but the one pairs of white shoes is I

of the woney nnit.-A. J..War territory bad much to contribute to coast range mountains in southeast- morning work of the Tugalo j r. capitalist and gen

ver.L. DANGER OF MILITARISM. the cause of btienceoulJ proitfr era Alaska, in which the great Yukon ant. I who ia looking to I

,., Attack the Principle ,oa' Which means be affords for opening nature'sKtori'touses has its source, may furnish many new Everything new and ftia inifwgd I

THE SILVER INDUSTRY She Governn>e.t I* Founded .I always expt-nsive. So. in tact to the explorers. These ranges ,American is wanted here, awhile. Walt till onr

order to interest the loading wienti,t end correct business vernwt'nt
$ with aa aggregate width of about 80 straightens !
It would be difficult to overestimate
.
: Whea That W Injured All Otlt.r.8air *
which of the country heartily in the matter miles the whole of which Is close set locks that will fasten and' \ and clean away :
the
l'ri With It. ir overstate danger attends
S ht' called to his aid the tfiebratcil sd- with hlghjiiountains, constitute an linlK ktys that will fit them. mention I

Silver mioiiig ia an important1 In- militarism and imperialism. They attack uMbts Dr. C. Hart Herriam cWi-f of >rtant orographic feature in the entbe cr later matters life settled itb all your blessed

n8tr1. It ia one upon the basisof the principles of our governmentA he biological survey, department of region. Iu these mountain chains will be as fine opportunities i few months objected I
.
onr
territories ; ago opponent
and
which, several etates ag ultul'e, Washingtoa; 111' Lewis It granite rocks appear In greater or less can merchants and the : Come iu and con i

were created and, it lies. at the very to being called imperialists and Morris one of Xew York dty's famous force the 'tuiKigiaphiml features of capital as at any spot of the it"

S foundation of their prosperity today. insisted upon being called expansionists physicians and the Wnl'hingtun'all- which have been modified by the Between on the one hand, ar trades and t-cr-

The demonetization of silver by the jnst as' in 196 they wanted to be ': emy of Scient Washington, and provided events of the glacial period. I I duties which remain ] small retail beting
called advocates of sound and
ia the first in history money
United States time.
the means to make the expedition The Wf-re under.Spaiiirh rule, an ,
timber line of the whole interiorof Any one wb> i i a
honest dollar instead of advocatesof
,in which an enlightened country an a success. In this waf Mr. liar15DIAH Alaska follows the coast but at I other the competition of can kind in Mstila
baa in direct warfare the geld standard. IP the beginningthey .
engaged upon one tying tl'.stan-es of from lOCI to ra'i I Htates commissary department enough to keep him t"
contended that in the
01 its industries. fiut the no change
4 owp great f
miles from the seaboard the trees beIng ian merchant just now baa" and build a
la eVen than that for. while national policy was contemplated, but up "
case worse of profit. The Spanish tariff
It is A '
/ mostly evergreen understood journfyman
liver w.be immediate object of the now they speak of a new era and declare
c ? thin tbat of the United
that in the filtered here
of forestry all from Australia
% I
t "aI I
for the first
attack the effect was la cripple that we are entering %
everyOther I was. amounting frequently to
lieties of timber'will be carefully inn."titatl'll. lie oudeivtoud hu cx> i
world
Industry the,United States by time IntI politics. F font times the cost of the
himself .
i op a" a ui-i -
the valne of ,itsproduct ; :The Democratic party is called npon i
depreciating money The fauna of the region traversed bye I'I enforced still The duties otheta to work for I .
The difference that to defend tbe principles of the fathers
only was by American soliiiera fur S'S "
expl rois will fnraish much In- d Chinese There are
when the mint was closed K eilm the fronL.tbis new and dangerous attack
I ment. Commissary goods for
The_ tinftv'fif Jefferson cannot renndiatetbe t,t producer of. that metal coald_see exact :- \M.xeeptio1mallv hlgU grade. It has been j td States 'army are among the n without j
of
Declaration '
S ly what wu butting".him. But when Independence rF1' tuted I dnty to be bought by Iid !, have
I its to uistellce.Take I that gold and furs are at pres- I tby no has4s lo
the value of other began to fall forfeiting right
l things I ii nataral 'for a man to
I tnt the only articles of value derived Withhiswbitew.ia
the was not, aa apparnt, and the from the Democratic party the r4.ri I
cause i I friends.' The salesman for S
from the great region known as the | drive tbo Australian
doctrine of equality before the law
could be deluded with all
producer I i Ydkou district. i I States army sees no harm in his l.rcwti aid ytll-* S
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aorta of misleading explanations such "inalienable rightu'nd "governmentby aj7p p. -m, ni civilian chaius who are
i the economic Importance of the work on time ant
the consent of the governed, and
and the like while *
"overproduction"
M w touds at rates. There
S the inevitable effect of demonetizing I there \\e nothing left on which to build } AlasLaq reiou it may be said that the : army now has wore orders
ia the Ten Commandments
information which this expedition will ar.-l all bu time ia
There but two of
S of the metal was buried are aonrces power.-r
ODe precious Tbe two friends whack ,
force and Consent monarchies of obtain I is sufficient ta warrant a confident up ahead.
of beneath a tirade of abuse
,out tight i But the civilian merchant
belief m Its great value. dill in hiM liratth S
anil any
the American
rest force ,
burled at the bead of the silver Europe npon
miner-I rest consent. In Europe i The country is known to be rich in tbe commissary sergeant's ran do in any oUiT "
When the farmers and republics poD ; 1
who has honestly paid. the
might creates right In America turs. well sapple! with timber and .' labor. thorough j
of this vote for the demon-
er! country ish tariff on big finds "
wares
I ;might la only employed in the defense 0 is traveled l>y a great length of navi- trade with the I
ailverandthe .
Illation permanent I ing on his shelves in this
cabl rivers. It I Is und the
a maintenance of the gold standard they of riant- -W. J. Brvau.V CBAVWAKD IS ALASKA. t I already. ,yielding, a. __t-.n4'h nn'on. 'ft .;nn I get mutt I JJ
ronshlp1':1I.1t" yearly prouuct in gold awlpns.cnti 1,4.I" .UI UJJWIaLJ aiueuu of ototr wnrkiBt-n Ii !
themselves vastly more riman became the patron of one of tie
are injuring every indication of a country public good at lowest San cnmpkte soccez i I ,
the few frontiers- Appreelntlmg ou.y. moet important scientific expeditions '
sturdy ,
than they ,are rich as well in other metals and Including prices. Yon can follow the devoted to supplying

xaea wbq are engaged in the precarious In his article on the appreciation of it has ever been the fortune of this deposits of ('al Its southern port'on. for yourself and yo'i do not life will tin fiJi

business of mining for silver. j I tho money'pcit General Warner reaches country to send out. wmpiisins an area of not less sad pencil to work the her* An American
the very core of the silver question The expedition lathe cause of science
honest retail merchants j
i 4Uu 3tt.OOO .sivaare miles Is suited for become riches ijl ,
Th Official Bad**. The demonetization of silver raised or having thus been provided for. thf eventual astfrultnral popuLitlon ly certWHl to import certain butcher, baker, cuodle- ;

C Are you wearing the "official Democratic I appreciated the exchange value of gold, Washington Academy of Sciences at The natives of Alaska are the most tides under these cou<]:tii>na and telephone ;

badget" It Is emblematical of and under the great law of "supplyand a meeting hell May 2. ISO. 'unaul- interesting study of ethaolojjists, and onl, the merchant ua':i3e :man, laundryman "
.
the free allver doctrine and the symbolof demand" it could not have failed mously accepted the invitation. but also thegoverniLent
tkls branch of science will now be uemasun con do well
.
S Democratic faith. This badge is to do so. As nation after nation adopted The party which consists of M persons -..:' thousand dollars lo&* '
to contribution : are beginning
sure ortant
receije an lmi> -
manufactured for the tbe etandard. tbe value of that include
patented and gold Preft-ssor William H. and as all branches of scientific a matter tbe governuttnt Iha land: from their Rip.
National Democratic metal rose higher and higher and the Brewer, John -
teoeflt of the Burroughs West Icy ItCoa "knJwl..I.zE' are well represented In to at once and ei\h..rat.uli p of centaries. The

wayi and means committee. All prominent appreciation is still going on. In plain, Ph. D.; Leon J. Cole. Fred V. Co- tht"t' investigations the Harriman expedition duties on goods coming from ,, deLivering good

Democrats are wearing it. and it simple language prices measured in ville. Edward 5, ,CurtIs, Dr. William or straighten out its American
will not only rwlound to the t. style ,
'. k expected that every Democrat the gold have fallen and are still falling H. Dall Fred 8. Dallenbaugh, W. B. credit of Its promoter and patron but pailment here. sold wine. A buyer
country will be provided with one baton The effect of this'is to-injure and in Devereux Miss Dotothea Draper. Dan
lasses too. Chinese
S '* will leave a ,Itstine Impression on th* Heavy are to carry bU
the next national convention. Can many cases ruin tbe producer and debtor I lei G. Elliot Professor B. K. Emerson American merchants in
annals of scIentIfic! research.
I be procured only through The HedgeE1flhtte ., while the moneyed classes are' enorBoaaly .. I'I Professor B. .!. Feruow, Dr. A. K. actual and constant theft of Aic1u.i CoD
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.', SERIES.AUG. 20. The leaven and the meal.-Uith. alit Text JUth.U. Sl-as.x111...43.53| Daa.. Made Skirts, Underwear, iiairt
n. U. |I4X 45. (A mietoi&ry meeting.) Profit'
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Hosiery
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'. Test .f the LCMOB. Eu'k. xlrtl.-112.Mriaorf The ultimate diCasion of '.'.The Ood,of heaven, shall set up a : .
throughout} the worli" and' .ito triumph Dry Goods. Men's Furnis&'gs.READY .
i Verae. 11-Gol.t'a Text.; kingdom which shall never ,be de-
of the world .
: Rev *.H. IT -Co.....tarT Prepare over tbe kingdoms stroyed. Rouse _
assured. 'Christ's parable of tbe MADE MOSQUITO CA.4OPIEL.
I fey the Rev. O. U. Stcarms. ire It seems strange that men could have ,.
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I leaven and the meal bears testimony to lived without
eo long discovering
I f ICopyrtsht ISS9. by D. M. Steams. ''I i the first statement and Daniel's inter many
of the things
were absolutely unknown -
i \ 1. Afterward he brought me again! pretation of the dream of Xebnchadnez- until, in very recent times the FURNITURE. *

Onto the door of the house and, behold. tar to the second Bat these referencesalso progress of modern science baa made
water* tamed out from under threshold point: out some of the characteristics '
them knows.
Most fascinating ia the
of the houiM eastward." 'I do not know bf tbe worldwide spread and tr(- Household Sewing Maraines,
study of all of the
; boto tale the last eight chapters' amnh of Christ's kingdoiu1. : parts physical The Beat Machine Made Light Running sad
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world. Plant life insect and animal
Ezeklai otherwise than fuss'ae they read, Nulittoleu
Christ's kingdom ia to spread $
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and therefore expect that then will yet be I life the human body and mind.'tbe
world. Small
a temple at Jerusalem answering to.this gradually throughout the development of life on the earth are Sole Agent for the famous Wall Trunk. Mattresses
description and that from this temple lit- in the beginning, yet gradually the fell of interest Far more attractive. made to order. A Com

arl waters shall flow eastward to the Dead leaven diffuses itself throughout all the however, Is tbe story of human progress plete Uue blFU'RNITUae

tea and westward to the Mediterranean meal One part is leavened and it from the dawn -history.. The
according: W Zech. xlr 8; that ax Jerusalem leavens another until the whole ia leav rise : : _
gradual in the scale of being the .
the Lord will have a >drone In the ened. How characteristic the growth 01 all delerlpdou at Rock Bottom Priceg. both
various which save held
mldrt of BU people, and that the name of !I of Christ's kingdom First two disciples races the Wholesale sad Retail. Baby Carriage arum 'I
the city will thereafter be The Lord U scepter of power and passed the growthof .
P to 120. Go Carts Refrigerators Cheats
then the ascension 600 ,
called 13; at
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sl There, or Jehovah Shammah (chapters the religion ideas and elevation of Etc.
still 7; xlrlU, S5). One way say that at Pentecost. 8.000; today millions un ideals, all show a plan in human historyas .Give -

there *re too many difficulties in the story der every clime in thet'orld... First plain and more wonderful titan any ? We bare a eOMlgomeat of Oak Diners aid .)
tp take 1$ to literally but I can only an Asia Minor. which touches continental ',-
plan of growth and life !seen la the 0 Reed Roekers that will be told very 10.f..
..t* that In trying to spiritualize the story Europe, which in tern leavens England
t lower order; of plant and animal organizations. handle fee Famous Cleveland and Rambler
t you will make a emit many more difficul which leavens America and today Engleavenicj BICYCLES.Eipedal ;'
tit*. Now let UM recelre the spiritual It*- tan d" UM d A..n... Q.' "d are Lou t hin g a nd "{
The most thorough research of recent lnl7
I : suns for our own hearta. the world. Gradually, bat attention gives to our IIln Orders. ""
S. "And, behold, then ran out waters tim.es in the field of history and the "WONLY "
surely, the kingdom spreads and. if We Grantee Satisfaction both in good and .
on the right side." While we expect that progress of'current: events serve to emphasize
'rIeN. Call
oa Bead in
discouraged that it is not fast enough. ae or your order to
from the temple mountain real waters I remarkably the fact that there
ball flow forth the grot spiritual loon let ns recall the parable of the leaven. u a working IS std 17 Lain JiCKSOXTILLE. FLA. A
purpose steadily through
be found forth in such as S The spread of Christ's kingdom is ta.oo
nay net passages
.1cr. II. .IS, and John I lv, 13, 14. God ; to be universal, The spread of the leaven1 nil higher the, broader ages lifting mankind and into a 1he'? D. E. COOPER M'f g Co.

liitnuulf U tip fountain of living water, was gradnaL but at last it leavened life. purer more powerful

and ha who seeks rest of soul .elsewhere; the whole1 lump and the stone not only -
will fail to Cod U.J smote tbe image, but became a great For I know that tbroujrn the ages
"He BMiured a thousand cubits, One Increasing pun>oaa runt Chas. N.
mountain and filled tbe whole earth. And the tho\llJ.1I11l men arc videnlnfith We.shans
and he brought me through the waters.
Christ's kingdom is to be a worldwide the proce of the ales ,
first
The wattn were to the ankles.1' Our
experience of the enjoyment of the salvation kingdom Men have ford to found universal The most striking fact In all this up- "

that if In Christ! fur Uti is apt to be kingdoms but bave' failed ward movement is that the power that -STATE AGENT FOB- .

very slight and aupcrikUl w Ian compered Worldwide empire: baa been the uteam uplifts a. people or an individual is J
with the follnekBof thttTVUvatlonas after of more than one earthly potentate but righteousness. At the foundation of all

j yanll\yeakd to u*. I do not mean that bas always failed of realizatioa But civilization lies moral worth. No nation .Longman & Martinez Paints'Lime

t there may not ba at the first very great Christ will not fail. His kingdom: shall rises above its past self and its .

Joy, but It 111 apt to ba Jay because: 01 our extend from see to sea and from the neighbors until it gains moral Impulse, Sun
have
beau
salvation a we
own rwmiiMl
that rivers to the ends of the earth. sees a higher ideal and strives to reach .
Ittiweil from death to life and are sure Brick Shingles
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our tins are for rivuL 8. Christ's kingdom will triumphover a higher plane.

4. "Th. **ur. were to the knees. The all other kingdom! In Netncbad- .The knell of every abomination of '.

Haters were to the loin." Thus the next nezzar'a dream the kingdoms of tbe tyranny and vice was sounded when the ..'.' .... ;. : .i.. .. Cement and Coal Tar. ,
10 Statft* found the w&u-r greatly - world were represented by an image Bethlehem plains rang witb the celestial '- : : < ,

I eoiutf and flgiLeiiog! suggesting that composed of various! metals. Christ'sby anthem, "Glory to God Peace oq :::. : ?;V.A ;. .'
t as r* go on In our spiritual life there is a stone cnt out without hands and Earth to Men of ,Good Will" The ; Agent for Sieger's Peerless Cement Plaster..

i much for ut to leurn and enjoy. Perhapsthe the stone emote the image and breakin doom of evil was sealed when Jesus .. 1&
it found in tha third South
analogy that Hogan St.
: Florida. 10.S1.SS .
Jacksonville
fourth and sleuth chapter ol John may pieces, the iron the brass the clay, cried on Calvafy. "It is finished! The :

i b.-'p! ox to uciVrhtaud Is. In the third tbe silver and the gold Thus lytubolii- kingdom of heaven bad come among A Chance to ,.do .Your

chapter thcr* U the first step, or the new ing the final triumph of Christ's king men. The leaven bad been bidden in .

l' tinn. by waurand the Spirit;In the fourthS \ dom over the kingdoms of the world. the meal, the mustard seed had been LITTLE BROS.

rhetor an advance upon this when the The kingdoms of the world that oppose planted, the pearl of great price was

llcver bworutm a well of water, and in the kingdoms of Christ shall be over waiting a seeker, the treasure :was in

the ..,eat:.chapter a still further advance thrown Those that accept Him shall the field ready to be discovered. It .
FERTILIZER
i N hest the braver Buy become as a river hfl governed hv. Him... and thna. nil kinllI ..- needed onlY time and Pentecost and and PHOSPHATE. COMPANY.
f of voter. I -- --- -- --- "
i. MA river that I could not pass over." dome shall be conquered by Him. Spirit tilled"men would come to power ..

Thna oar nrprertauon of the great Miler What a blessed privilege we thai The atone had been cat from the moun Jacksonville, Florida.

; <* I'M'M'pt'D" until while at first wethouaktw esteem: it to have some part in this universal tain. No human band bad held the ,

:;t knew it ail we come to see spread of tbe kingdom of Christ chisel and hammer end struck the blow. r.f.. ,: ." ..

l e that w. know Uttle about It, or rather Are we doing our part of the work If But the stone! was cut and began to fill Jo! '....<..-..".' .' .,. ,If are Fertilizers for

I, bout Him who b oar salvation, for it U I I we have been leavened: are we leavening the e 'rth. Christ began to triumph. ; i you requiring Vegetable., t

all In Him and nothing apart from Him i others at howe, abroad that the From 120 persons how tbe church baa ..3 iII II Pineapples, etc, write to na and we can give you
1\o&.ntU.. are gathered with the whole 1
'I whole v&crld be If grownl rules the r
I be I II may leavened not Today Christianity 1.-. .
ehnwh the body of Christ shall we more value for your money than any other Manufacturer }
I &Ietueowprehondwith all saints what are cay we not qnotion our own leavep- world politically commercially, socially !

I the bvnadth and length" and depth; and I I ingT Can we be saved and not inter Bat the whole rams is not yet -,: or dealer in tail State or ,from a&y
I
i I bright of the love of Christ which pafeethkauwfedeo eated in the salvation of others fully leavened Much remains to be
tE|.h. Ill, IS, 19). l!. Bible adinge.-Pi. ii. 1-12; Isa. 11, done in the moet-Christian of lands. other State. Write for pamphlet prices, etc. .

.. f <. "And be said unto me, fon of man, 1-8. ix. 8. 'I; lii 7; liii. MS j Dan. 11, Every Christian especially every I to above address. MtISATTENTION

: hart UK U seen thts!" In chapter xl, 4,be I. 44; iv. 8,* Neb I. 13: Mia iv. 1-3; young person Reeds to have some kDuwle (- .

WM cwnmamied to behold with his eyes, t Math vL 10. zzrui.: 19, 20; Luke ge ct tbe irugrew uf the! gospel during
bear Kith his ears and set hU heart upon 4
all ffe it trod would show him, to the in- ni,. 48; Acts i 8; Rom x. 14. 14. the past cmtcry Tile modern missionary MERCHANTS!

trot that hit ml ht dotlaro it. What wee Rev vii 9. 10. work lippiJ the! must remarkable !.

truly tat for onr own soul's bl'nl'fttVe: j development of tim! most remark

i cannot keep to ourselvea. Like Peter and j A Minister'. Dullness. able of all centuries Let our leagues THE MIAMI

1 John, wa will say, "That which we have Administer of the gospel should be give some tiuiu to tbu study of our own BOTTLING WORKS

I seen anti heard declare A elwtoyou," 'We : looked upon as as much of an authority missions, their bihtcry. present condition or
I cannot but speak the things which wo i I and as skilled! an adviser in things spiri and prospects. Is prepared to deliver EXPRESS Pau.uo, to aU responsible parties .

I. Lave Ken and heard" (I John I, S; Act, I itnal as a doctor is in matters of health BOTTLED SODA POP GINGER ALE
etc.
IT. 80)). ,
and in of
a lawyer matters propertyAnd lion Much and flow
,. "Now, when I bad returned, behold,
.t at the ban of the river were'\ery many : it is the minister's business to baas Nothing shows the character of i a Patmige .f Dade Ctaaty llerchaiu Solicited aid Satisfied Grtraauciu a.

tree on the one tide and on the other" well informed and able to advise person's religion more accurately than C. CASTELLANO. Prop. MIAMI. 1'111.U24tf .

Iu ilea 11, ft, we read that the Lord Ood those in his! care as the family physician he way he gives his money. Some

reeds to grow in Eden every tree that was I or the family lawyer. To .be such he never get the idea that all they have ii .

pUnuiant to tho eyes and good for food, the most ba not only familiar with his doc- a sacred trust to be administered for .

tree of life also in the uitdit the garden trine, but saturated with the spirit of God's cause. Many regard their means ta.
la Her; Hit, 8:we read of the tree of life the ,
Bible the
imbued with mind of
as something belonging to them cf
In the midst of the errant and on either
k j8 of the river. Christ have the heart and. genius of a right and to be used as they please. a.

It Being brought forth into the sea, pastor and such knowledge of human The Scriptures plainly declare that were J

the waters shall be healed." Health Is nature and fact in dealing with all only stewards of God. All belongs

1 another rendering of aolvatton, or, as In classes of men as will enable him at to Him, and we are placed in charge to Recognizing the demand in West Palm ;
1'.. Is*!!. 8, "Iby saving hoalth." The once to know and appreciate the needsof administer it for Him. Every one

rl f Dead sea, whose waters are to bed, his people and satisfy them by dispensing hould settle definitely bow much can Beach. for :.
e 1s suggestive of all echo are dead in tree- to them the rich of The Tropical \
treasures be used of his income for charitable and Sunt
; pas** and sins whether Jew or gentile, a '
truth and which Christ bas
I nation or an individual. "Tho whole head grace over benevolent purposes. Then as he receives Good Ice at Reasonable Rites .
made him Ii
steward. Reformed
a his this shouldbe i ,
U sick and the whole heart faint" (!<*. I, money proportion
I but haa "Bohold, I will Cb urch..MessengerI sacredly put aside ten the .
I). Juhovah said purpose .
% iP Goiiileoss Treatment\ of All him
I firing It health and cure, and I will cure i decided upon. Haphazard giving is bad 4 ,
tbt'wand will reveal unto them the abun-i A Time For Common Seme. In all respects Under the pressure of

danoe of pruu)and truth" (Jer xxxiii i, 6). Now is the time for the sober, pedal pleading one gives more than *
II "!:very thing shall live whither the thoughtful. intelligent body of the
seems wise in sober moments, and then Job Department The Arctic Ice Works
river the River oometb., the Tree He of is Life the Fountain and the Fruit and American people to assert itself We follow regret and future refusal of ,
must ubt be stampeded in either direction .
even just gifts.Settle
tbtroof; lid U Health, and lie is Life
Life eternal is now brought within reachof or by any leaders, no matter how what proportion of your income OF MIAMI FLORIDA

all who bear the gi.i>tl of the grace of :;, distinguished No faUe glitter of patriotism you snonld give away. Lay it ,

\ God and to as many as twelve Him is mast be allowed to dazzle usi aside as it comes in. Study the ben vo- .',..' .

glventhe prh liege of becoming the children i i into losing sight of what true patriotism lenciea of the church and decide how Prints Letter Heads have: made arrangements to a full i
of Ood He that bath the bon hath means. Now is the hour for common much to'give to each. Lib all systematrnllv carry

life, and ho that hath not the Lion of God. :: SkUse-r-shrewd. hard downed com ---- .. regularly.. glad)y "Hnnnv-__ 4k,....... .'I\1nt....... Heada supply of-- Ice which will-. -- be- delivered tn **
bath John John
life
nut i,121 ,
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won sense, which cannot be fooled
or Lord with thy substance'It
10. "Their fish shall be according to cajoled or browbeaten. assert itself StatementsBusiness all parts of town promptly and regular,1
their kind, aa the fl,h of the I
great sea
es.oeedln'1UAJl1," The sea suggest peo- Whatever our deci ion, let it be made is not what one knows about God ly. We will endeavor to merit your i;!{!

pier and multitudes and nations and I calmly intelligently and as in the Divine which makes him religious That U Cards j

tongue, an In Rev ivii, 15, and the ashes i I' eight! Thus only can we reason theology, not piety A man may be a patronage.
of the ana are kugget ive of individuals, an I ably expect the Almighty to bless the great theologian and a very indifferent Bill Heads ,

when the lord sate to tho fishermen of I I United States henceforth, as heretofore. Christian or indeed no Christian at all 1 1
Galilee. "Follow Me, and I will make you J I -Congregati nlllist The question is. "Do yon know God- And all kinds of Fine Stationery H. H. COOK Local Mgr. a
Usher of men" Math. IT Luke ,
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( )9; v, i i know Him as purifier of thought and .
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\ 10)1 expect that we shall some day see !I "DesperatelylcLed.." desire, as inspirer of all good and giverof .
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a connection between tbe 153 great fishes > '
"The heart Are You
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( deceitful 't
u above all thing and Supplied
holy and He who
of reumctinn draft (John xxi 11) I d".tel ..icke."IWW ) purpose peace .
and the 153,000 strangers in Israel whom talk much about "victory ae1f." I knows God in this way may be a poor .
over .
Solomon uxl him build I. theologian and of ,
to help the teui ll ad!. this mot ignorant worldly wia--
pie (U Chron. Ii. 17, 18), Ah mel| There lurks not greater lot without' dom but he has that which makes him .
U "But the miry places thereof and 1 Than dwell ttithio. rich Give ns a Trial Order
the marlshas thereof shall not bo healed. .
I They ahall! be given to &alt." Not even I j We gird m for lives conflict and go forth Fear Not.
In the millennial reign of Christ shall all I &ekiog our toe Fear not, oh, aoull The winds that blow '.
s I U hiily There shall bo portions of earth i iu Nor dream that he bid net and saw uLi1Ied us Come from tbe heavens and cannot barn; Established 1875. '
Lou;. -
lung ago They only bring the deeper calm
>t fully blt-hned and people on earth who I j I
1I'ua full the Bu peace who bide them "Come or go." And We Will .
devil
wow when he
comes out of But we are proud. 110 slow to learn tin truth
the pit at the end of the thousand: years 'I The U.tei taught Fear not the ware that vainly war, William A. Bours & Co. -
(HeY si. 7, 8). Not until the new heaven That deadlier enemy to ct.U than ai.llUuruJ The angry surge*' sullen beat; ,
and earth of Rev. tat and zxii will i{I bath iwt. They make a pavement for Hii feet. n
aU the earth ba free from the curse and .I 9tUfe'i Who leads then to a safer shore S
filled with the glory of God. .1 issue or of good or evil trend Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizirs.

1 J. "The fruit thareatnhall, be for I. Lie all wuhio; Fear not the cloud that darkly lower*" ,
meat
and the leaf thereof for medicine." There'ahull .'I He.who would not lift up hoar baud must guard' With muffled thunder, nun of tars; Please YOU... (

grow all trees for meat whose leaf I I llii heart from an. It come make the to bleu earthly the heavenly After jeanAnd hours No. 6 EAST BAY STREET, -:- JACKSONVHJ.K Ft*. .,

. atull not fade nor fruit be consumed, for Oh TSou Eternal One, how 1<'&r h1D1 eye >
': there shall be new fruit every month, because Seal every here, Fear not tbe fire U thou art tried ,.
d the waters Issue from the sam'tuary.In'Revt .Burdened with cuud&ua guilt to Toe *com In pain or sorrow's furnace heat; We handle only the Best and moat Reliable Seala. A complete Stock of f 't

, xxii 3, the ties bears'l2 mannerof la mute d""pair Be seeks to make thy life complete, '.
fruit and yklda fruit every month, Cover our IIonalraknes with Tnj tiengta Aa gold by Bra U puri&ed.. Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, .

and the leave of the tree are for the healing j And mile ua bold Fear not what future days
J may bring; Heal Cotton Seed Meal Both Bright and Dark.AT
; of the nation What can it all meant I To rid ol every evil tendency: They only bring what He may send. .
i- Wt. shall a+e. Cnt this much, at least. H I The bean'i atron.hold.i The veiled morrow to thy friend.
r .d for us now; "Herein U My Father glori I With harp beneath her angel wing WHOLESALESute -
sap
Thus,
i: ""f- :. nod that 70 bear much fruit, so shall ye be bfe' ountaio bead made deaD lid '
l r f John pure And so I bid my craven fear Agents for Tygert-Allcn Fertilizer Co.
my disciple ( XT, 8). Row shall it '
; bl done Hy letting Him make true incur [Nor can deceit Life or thai.K-kodnea be pure, Spread her dark plniona and away I .. Afar Braad Fertilizersinra&tefd iaalyiie. Orange tree aid Vegetable PtrtllUer. fan .
long The shadoi
dally life the 1**words of Ezekiul ntH See at break of day. round Bone, Nitrate Soda, Muriate of Potash, Sulphate Potat. Kaait..... Thaw Fer.
an' so secure.&r.k For Love, Eternal Love. ls tear.fan tilUera tare BO Superior in the Market, and a &rlal1l'W eoa, aee.
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H'Em i : T '{o'K t ORi .for Americafijto4iuake> .money. The City Directory, '" ING'flo e t
person whoenoald brl! i$ere 100,000 ; BARGAINS wotfh BUy ,
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',- .?ards.of American tnosqaito netting ,

could do.a;. greatstroke of bueineaa if OFFICERS. : .1 I
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tfyrfft .I j st I* a,-'L.: .f : i' '
Mann; :ConditloDS.Dcsaibed.by' tie could get it toe safe. *ILION WHUJUMH. : Mayor i'a: ,- ", ,: ( ,
A knowledge of the Spanish language CEO.S.ADAMS Clerk,Ajaeaoraad Treasurer .
Eliza Arcbard. Conner. tfelps much but is.not,absolutely necessary. PAUL C.JONESJ .. -Manbal ': ;. qijpit. l.t
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a_ .; 'I!_, '_" _':.'"'' -HI" Many Americana now here are BOARD OF. ALDERMEN. ; .

.; learning that language with j view to C EO.W. Pu7TER .-.-. President : ) .. ,,-. x
HAIDIOAP'TO:
T .', ., coming merely on 'a tour .. .
4# happened to,have a good,knowledge of8panil CARL Wad SCHRKBNICK.meeting on the island.B.3d M.Tut POTTER day In ....;., : 'f"" 'J.- ., .'- ...,.. .<. ; -'" I ext'. *eek and wilT sellclothing' t '
4pn $_!.'. EaerhItaatTaa.t1saaad Feerateaaa h., Immediately.be.* caught : .
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wart
I each mouth,at r-3 PCounty IlL .'- r,>'" r .. .. '.c : .
fir' Still IB Force la the PhlllB up and put in harness .and has 2 found .t' .:' Drv Goods p0000000000000000*
3 .laa-T! .e"Rlatd .Military ReTeaekt t-inebSBo,}lucrative ,that ,he will re- --.s. : ; ;: t'
-; slne-Ameyleaa' For the main. ,f ri/41 I A'nn rt ml'
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A man from Boston has discoveredthat Advertisers rt 1 !
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> f, >;<' : one fatal institution! holds all these
.y XV; islands in aa evil sPell That ia the Shoes aCOME .
'f ia gerioos ; < >0CKKK>0<>0<>0<><><>0<>0<>00<><>OOO OO<>0 .
)tI lLa. Jane 8.-rTberq one Spanish siesta. It haa extended itself COUNT Y OFFICERS "

t t ; h', handicap;.that is irksome and annoying till it lasts all day long, fastening both A. E. HEY8EE... M._.., County Jugs ONE COME ALL TO
I ,. to the free American who would Spaniard and native stupid and immovable A... QUIKBy........ ...Circuit Court dot .
I y' exploit himself here,:and that'is the lake the enchanted princess ROBT. R. TAYLOR..-Prosecoting Attorney
'r." tax on all kinds. of labor. Under the they repose, only they are not sleeping' 8.J. CHILUNGWOBTH .__8hnIf. Who Use' the THE = BOSTON STORE .

i t. Spanish rule every human boiag waS beauties by any means-not by a long .& GKCBBK.._. -... __..Tn AIIeIIIOI'R.I.

, ti .fined for ranting;.to work'.' Every. store. Live Americana.are breaking the .ANTHONY.........._...Tax Collector MRS, J. HAND :L MAN Prop. .
,_ E. H.DIMICK_.._.... .......TreMurtr
+I .: eI ineclunie and 'peddler down to the old pall of centuries. WILL H. RUSSELL.Supervisor of XegtertttonANKLYSSHEKN. MARCOS FRANK, Manner. ., .WHSLLOIH; BLOCK.

I h woman who Belle peanuts on' thef' With proper civilized ;conveniences ..._...?._.. .. Suneyor
; treeta.. wu obliged to 'pay the Spaniuh. and development Manila and these Z.T.MERIUTT-Sup&. Public Iiitrnctlon
1 t\ government .a good' rocndeam :yearly islands could be made an earthly para.JUIYI Columns
.4 for the'privikge:of doing eo.: fibre was COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. of Ocean Steamship
.. Company
f' N.W.l'lTT5\halrmu_ Late Worth
(I" collected each three month in advance'
and G.W. LAINUART'". ..._.....PaluBeack
-" regularly Inexorably. W. J. SHONE. ..... M,_mCocoinat Grove
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.: When the Americana got possession, R. E. McDONALD ......?..._.... .OIDa "SAVANNAH LINEN'
'., the iniqaitooa system was continued W.V. kCSIIING. ..__...__-...Kepton .
r'.;. : gredaely' aa it, bad.been maintained. ComuiiiiBionen meet in regular session on + Florida + ,.
the poor natives eaw hey,w ere apparently the first Monday in each month.
t "no better oft aadejAmerican i THE *"
FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. .
To New York And Boston. -
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toaaten than they had been nndet Spanish MEMBER ntOM DADS CO\1lifT.

f ones It may well be that this very 8 N. PI MICK. Palm Beacb..______Benator ... ''' *l::;
thing bad rte share in egging on, the P.8. MORSE. Miami .- .RepresenUtlve A Short Rail Ride to Savannah, Thence

.. Tagakwto the desperate out break of COUNTY SCHOOL 'BOARD.SrrERMTEXDEMT A Short Sea Voyage. .. _
Feb. Death Itself was no Vutstu' .-t}san .* 'o

; alavery-nay, .i iC ti 'e'" better; a":*")-liou.Dd Z.T. MERRITT__or._PUBLIC.__._rnrmcnos temon city Sailing front Savannah: x ."**.-.*

timeatetter. nausea; or SCBOOf BOIBD.i. TROPICAL 5 Ships Each
Week
It will be,some,time' before the native W.JACKSONCbtirmtn.Cpcoaant Grove 6 ? ...x

can bet made to understand that ?# t E. B.RING_ P"....__.....Jnplte "V ... .
''f the Americana'are.W,9 frieada' and will A. W. GAKN6TT: .. ... .. ?.?-_Hypoluxo All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with sailing schcdulei Write* INiWv tof ftat

k treat him fairly yet:;thia ia the onliwaf eral information sailing schedules, stateroom reservation,or call on 2
oat for na after he is whipped. -Is.State 1 e
At present the most loyal.American Boys v SUNZtVhe. E. H. HINTON, Traffic Manager, WALTER II AW KISS, Fla. Pas*. Act.

w. civilian who ia endeavoring; to establish dise. I have sometimes thought, it .. Savannah, Ga. J.. JacksonTille, Fla 6-10-91,

,* himself in business here baa up hill work' would be the best thing that could hap- Directory. ':

/, of it Between the old Spanish civil reg.'. pen for the whole old town to burn Do You Want'aWe
down., as Chicago did. so wa Americans .. .
nlationa that still enforced and the .
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!are
.. EXECUTIVE DE1ARTMEHT. .
could begin over again and buildit .' 9"
ord ra'of: (.the. United: )States military exactly right. The markets W. D.BLOXUAM............ ... ....Governor '.. :. nave them to Sell.and if we have< .STEAMBO-'AT'
authorities there are .time. when he l np very JNO. L. CKA WFOR .........llecreary of State ... .. none on bawl losuit,we can build
end life not worth living. Two daya where food u bought are of a piece WM. U. ttKYNOLUS .........Comptroller Just what you want... .
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_\ ago.;for instance ladies gentlemen. with everything elae. The main one b JAMES B. WIlITFJBLD... ....__Trewurtr ; ; .1 ., ,

: who were driving in their carriage centered in a collection of grass buts WU.B.LAM..............Attorney General ', We are also Prepared

were stopped in the street and orderedto along thaPaoig river. In these bats the w. N. 81IKAT8 ..._Sop Piblie!Instruction CLAIM ; ,.,', To Furnh_ ._ .
.pay- tai on' their vehicles; Tha natives live rear. after year. On the L. B.WOMBWELL.............Com.Agriculture >" < .n,

thing.waa thus eprang on them aneipectedly -, : boards where they lounge, and sleep PATRICK HOUSTON.. Adjutant General "r. ; '> ,. '

and henceforth the owner_of they put np.4 heir wares for sale miserable W. H.MlI.TON.JR- _...... Surveyor- 'emcnd : Pumping Outfits for Irrigation.
withered little : Offices at Tallahassee, Florida. .
r a two wheeler here mnst pay f 1.50 on .1 mangoee. tomatoes ,
it every three: month,*'in ;advance and cbkJtDiIand; duck "eggs. The U. S. SENATORS.. ,
for a four wheeled carriage |3 quarterly sights and tba smella areenocgh'tomake J. R. TALJAFERRO._. ..Ja kgoavIll8.R. Write or call on n ia advance The street Card are'so one forswear, eating. Cbickepj : MAILORY. _.._ _.FenueoU Our Line that you need.

and eggs are more abundant than soy U. I
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wretebed and infrequent and the lines CONGRESSMEN.

sot ew that carriage id a necessity:to thing else Because.we could get nothing ROUT.W. D.\VII...?......< ..._..._ralatkt ,. .. .- ,. ,- I Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co.

UM merchant or man who most,go to elso we have devoured ao' many eggs 8. M.81-AKKMAN???..,.?-.........Taapa .. : .. ,
big office and chickens. that we can hardly look .
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41\11"11.\ is, unfortunate that SUPREME COURT JUDGES :
these tateu J jjcenee} ey .co tQJIlS dntie81 one another in thefa i without. feeling M. iL KABRT..-....:.;...........CtuefJurtiee lJE8-7.J: I.t :.; : -', :: .. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Jacksonville .

ele:' 'fall wthlrneoat onerpua wefght es.If .a-disposition to crow. F. B.JCARTBR.......... ,. .AwoeiaM Justice .. t.:.1 ** !-12' ..t .tV. ... .
: .. ;cuy'on' those ''dvilian; who 'are 'the They say the frnlts and vegetables R..F TAYLOR.: ..........,:.. ". U'24'98 FroruinTol Marine Railways .
teA ff niU'of: "'the United Sfat ')geverament -' w'ere ibetter before the war. It is to be R.R.: COMMISSIONERS t., ;_' : :i : ; : :, I .
hoped aa Food, abundant ang deliciona. ; ;
; and>who wieh'aotftiAgin6r4 I. H. E. DAY, Ctalrman.M_..._.. _Gainesville .. .
; ltd>orry than Jlla&.1t may.ocaee in:ell is.tpbe had here for'the raising I J. L.MORGAN_... ...___...........:.. ..,'J* per .. : 'if I a
UtOndertakinga,here and t\atqnick-!!' would_ nJmoet beglad. to live.,50 yean J.M. BRyAN..:.... _? _?.....? ....:.Klicilmmce ..f- Indian River Nurseries.:" '
i" 1y.r)fattarealtoaidjbeutad erie1I7V.". ,1o get to see.what:.Aha Americana' ,will JOHN L. NKELKY.JI.Clerk_ _Arcadia '' .. :

pose I tqr Bach.aetbeeeti J. ,u Uar jnakeof' '"this* .wonderful. h V 'and beautiful Headquarter and office: dl the Beard it Tal- AdvertisingMEDIUM Budded
::1 ; 1arid': Citrus Trees of every.variety on Sour Orange and Lemon Stotk{also fall
government, ,eyen wh re J j t.igtanabeq u'A' labaiuce. line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to this section,in,...
detail of American
lute neceeeity and where ft U administered schoolmistresses ... eluding Budded Mangoes, 50 Varieties of Crotons. 15 Varieties of .w
as gently poeeible..ia not easy Should be sent here. from the' States to 0-o 98 Palms, Roses, Strawberry Plants, Pineapple Slip!. itc.: .. "" .,

'or vtAIID'fIa, live tander.-*Manila j.'I teach the English language pure and JOHN B. BEACH Proprietor -:- WEST PALM. aE Ctf. fUj {
simple The schools maintained
the
ia aa safe aa Bostcn now,'and tht ever by General:
Directory i ..
8pnniah government' the ----.--- n --- ---- --
Jty of the aoldier'a rule, might welt be among native ; t-o sr
,children have been continued by
relaxed somewhat

.- There I ia not a theater or concert our authorities for want',of better COURT CALENDAR. Florida East Coast :

t 'room or even a church open in the 'Native teachers, such aa they are preside (Seventh Circuit.) "....: ... Ry.:hTI1IE

t evening. One 'cannot have _.a social over them. M.8. JONES ............... _.. circuit Jadn- j *.TABLE0. it_.. iv EFFECT_ JU\& It,1S03 (
V V 'V : _. J. D. BEGGS...._.........Stnte's Attorney .. .. .; .

i V SPRING TERM.Oaceola i EOUTH BOUND (Read Down). WORTH BOCKD (Bad t7J.
! : County, Ut Uonday ia March. .
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-. .. ,, _",.n". 0j Grange M .. : : '? STATIONS.faTp'll V. t-i.
_"."." -" roqLally ;
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= -- i IoIo late "J 6th" ". : ... '
Of
\'olo ia : 2d. April. AnyWEEKLY. : ,: ..2 Jlj ''CM Leave...............Jack ouville...c..Arrive Tiit a0&
f' Brevard ith M ,lot Slap lOittaiAiiire., .....,.....,AnpUBtme................Ltare 1 S4.e Ap
j 4 '. .a !alp 10 81a Leave.. ...............fet.; Ar.cuitiue...:............ArriT657pUl 'Ip'4u 0 p
t Dade Ut Monday ..rlr'6th: MOB- e a ....;.............Bntmgs........-...... Leuv JWpMatoo 1 Waitfa_
1 day in April. ,d ioa ArmeiUip .. ............._.Faiaka... LN_ r ;QC
FALL TERM. o JTTtiaUave735p. ............... -. Paialu....on....... ... Anivei a iv TI5.
Oaceola County.1st Monday ,in October. lot )'...... Arrive ..........:.....,:an .. _........Lear* t ba ,
Orange M '" '" o 17aJa,Leave -'''-' _.......ban Ma'ou.':......... .....Arnver,5 ..... .
lr take ith .* .01 =615p765p 11 L."n.........._... East FnUtka._............Leave TOla i5. <
." 1 Volagla M to Nov rI I 'l4ap ibip: ? .........._.....Ormcnit._............... 14i 'l1Ja+ f .
I M PAPER ioo tI.. II1-.p ......;.;..-..... Uartuoa .__............ I t 01 ',1
;T: c e BreTard Ith sip Bt'-pi Jlbl ........-......Port Oranre. .......... .. 1 'jbi
Jet Monday after the 4th Monday a dep>> 16.0 ...,...... Ne.. hmrrna................ 1 Ore
in November. n .It.k 8&lp S.-'p .. ...........?..". -. oar ilia .......-...... I t. ::: ...
W6t (1L uci I :m is slip: :3 Kip: It ........... ....Titusville................. ... flip 1(61 at.il'i
\ COV'T SIGNAL SERVICE DEPI. w. .. 88UpSbnp ............ ...ITPmnt................. ? .. Q."
J. W. CBONK...............__.. .. Observer lIS q p ...... It ............... .dsun.. ................. -. Khp ..... ltd
e ...... S Sfl lp It ...............:..1i..ek1.vre................. IC4p ..... t
1 Observatory at Jupiter Inlet.GOV : lIS.. t& ...... 6121' .................E:.aOante. ............... .. .2 Sip: ...... *
1l ..... ...... .'91" .MfujourriBSt. t..... a
T LIGHT HOUSE SERVICE In The .III.. ...... 4ip' ..... ...........RostI and..............,... 11 ..... 5 III
\T Liffht House:.&Jupiter Inlet. "" 10,11/. ..,. fillIp ............... _.I."rl..I1 ................ 14..* .. :ltlIII tt.
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; JAMES A. ARMOUR........ .___ 11II
Keeper w < ...... !| .......... ...._Fort Plerc_ ........ 10*. ..... 1
J.A. WELLS............._._:..1st Assistant EI 841p 1 .......... ........ Faen. : loss ..t p .
BENJ.WELLS;......... ...... Id Atuitanl 14 lIIIe Sa a ill to ...................Jensen ................. ". JO"_I .... I
&011 n Mi e: .p ................ aunt .... .......... II JOa, .
U. i. LAND OFFICE.H. -=" DAily 721lpl It. .................. Aobe rionnd......'.......... .... 1......Dally ct
___.__ __ Et1'\\aJpt. ............. -Wwt Jntuter_.............. IV
S-CHUBB RegisterOffirM o Trai 81Sp .............West Palm Beach........... 'U'd: b
at Gainesville. Florida. 124&'; 8SMp! ............... ..Bo>nton.......... .. .... eGasleillp' f1 1J
STATE Of FLORIDA. 14 149a4ltia. 84'S,1' .". .............. ...Delray- ............. ." 'I 67all'\L'pj, .. l
...... Lauderdale.
N1 ; 'Sop: .. .....Fort WsI 4.\'j
< 814a'10alp' ........._.Lt-JI1JsCitY. ....... '''!' '
w 1I'-1..II'' i'I.llrrl"p...... ..... ... Mutnit. .. ........-. 824ft1 l tire.'' '2.
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NEW S SMYKXA D ORANCiE CITY JL'CrION.a

11 No. 8 No 1)BKTNAKEA) STATIONS., I 1 11+n S".t "
Cs. . sass. -iWl'IIOJUIILT.-I' ........ ... .........New :;I111rlla.. ......... ............APllir: -. I
8 iltla ........................?...LaktlHI'D!! ................. ...?.. .LwU1I, 4&p' ,
t.t 41.p111anal" .....' ................ oi&iige city .....................:... wm ssf
t ..- .4 o5pl ll 4ia+Ar. ......... .. .. ...Oragj.'eCj? Ju ietkm.................... N :Jl l.24!
..w .- cI wNATIYE /? All trains between Drew femTm" and Oran ". _--- m'.TWJ.X mU,.Vil.IM AND 'AM-'..HI>. -- : !

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I First-Glass AdvertisingRate '"Y Lv.......... .... ..... .......... _-Titosn'to ............... ....... ...... .. ..Ala 110 1 I
I TEACIIKRS IN .
MANILA. 7 : *" .."... ..*'..,..... ............._M iu*.............. ..........._. ........ Lv 1 i, I
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gathering at his house in the evening The Tagalo teachers themselves do r if his Mends have to go borne more not know correctly the language they 8&.1.Ar.: ....... ..." ...... ..nanfori.. ...... ..- .-. '. .... 1... I
i than half a block away. The order i* profess, but speak a' sort of pigeon Job PrintingAt Sheet AU tram between TiK-sviile and: San'ord Daily exc, pt sun: :ay. _-_ia' i

that all must be indoors after 7 o'clock, Spanish which ia indescribable. It must KEY WEST AND HAVANA. .. !

and all who are not ere, challenged and be reformed altogether and English :_.
oftentimes eent to the.calaboose and taught in the Manila schools, aa it. ia The. steamers uf the Florida &+,t C"'t Htanmhip Company arc apt"iinted U ...H M folh y.|
Island It !'oLrIlUh"'|. J'romWi.; lt p. m. Tu;*lays! au.l Frid-ita. Arrive K.f"tny
in of the Hawaiian
been those
I have
next day fined. niyeelf of Key West !.<*) p. m. WeUut-bJuyj Saturdays Train Si weaeerslYeeP'toand
baited twice. One evening some gneeta may be mentioned that many Spaniards the Sun Office. with ateamer.
cam to oar house unexpectedly for dinner here, knowing on which aide their bread : Will be Sent on Ap (row K.yV>-.\ From Key West 3.30 p. m. WedneMiayi and Satarddya Arrive
and the supply of bread gave out la butt redare industriously learning UlrMuml 'OO..m. 'rbur lay! audSnu'Uv. coon< cU.!'< w>'h trla II.ini" .

'A waiter waa sent a block away to the English, the language of the presentand 6teaWship to)1.- Rest I p.Miami.m. Mouduvs 5 n. t.an.t. M Tbuisd4 ndays aud Ira a i inr Ker*.West t,.{k.I.&;

bakery for lOWS more. Be did not re the future. S ame days Arrive llavai.a 4 a. m. Tues lays and t'rld.ar.
turn. Tb*shard arrested him and took Dy tbe way speaking of the Spanish J. a -Havaua From Havana galling direct for Mmm'i. It a. m. Tuesdays
the I that one of the funnytapere plication. W.lt.Bud Fridays. Arrive Miami S a. m. \Vedu wUya sad Satuntaya, L
bin to prison and it required combined janguage. see r ., .' and Key coooectinz with trim Tx. po
of three good Americana of tbe Status baa been making a ,
.eloquence ., .The*Time T.' -
and true one of them a lawyer. rhyme on the name of, the village of -. depart from the .evurai, latioaj awl porttt bnt their .rn..1 or departure at u.e rlBiMttttod
., la ruarantved.nor does the Company bold limit reapondle for
to get the poor scared brown waD,off Pnranuqutt. a suburb of ManilaHe not arising rbereirom. any delay sr aa/
eua.-teqI18llCN
pert day at 4 o'clock.without a fine. makes {tbe.last' part rhyme with Fur copy of local time card call at 293 West Its, Strut Jackjuanlle,or atldre*
b The 7 o'clock order was tanned at the 'cracky,." which ia incorrect The J.P.BKCKW1TH,Traffic Manager.! J. D. BABNE3. A.Q. P. j. ;

time of the insurrection in)February Spanish "a" ia invariably broad,'like W. R. MITCHELL =" ." St. Auynatine. I Ir

It win lieceesary then for inrarrec-toa "a" inbard- To illustrate by another '.f "; I
HL
-r-( were sneaking from street to street and rhymes Shoe Repairing Neatly Done, Bar : .. I
to shoot and stab white Thin 11 hwu..tow, PuaDaqlll Sewed-and' !
attempting ness .
Repaired.Outoftown
r You prunouooe tbe .)hut part of It "rocky."
people ia the Slick' and to fire their and I ten you the mme' though I ca.v yea cnstomera will receive .
loUR The drder recalb. the corfew of vtlldalra.Thit attention. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE SUN
promt Shop 6n Olin Street
.William the Conqueror: '' my rhyme U uncommonly rocky. next door north of TROPICAL SUM Build : a' : ,
Cdcaw
...Tboe" s. certainly rood ia Manila Euu ARGRARD lag. loll


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I the meetings of Peter and the COUNT COMMISSIONERS' DOINGS t 'B Taylor, ,criminal prosecution.

[ rest but said, These men are full of w -* i .* i* I Con tee.'...,...'..-_'-m-.-,. 8 00 'BOYNTON BREEZES. WHERE WE WORSHIP

wine" -**"-. '. ...... H F Atkinson, criminal prow-ration 45 00 -_-..,

new A Bcport of tb. Pree.4Bt. .( Dad'. John Frohock,criminal praaeeatloa 88 19 IUau .( I...,..,irrm -
The fact that Christianity did com- Commlulenen at Their Mrs 0 A Kaiser,bed pr lODerI......... 2140TotaL. th Tw M tUrI A Directory ef tfc. Ucal cwuki _
at Jerusalem ia spite of the prejudice HMtUy '- .r th. 1.1I.. >
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ththlh1thegopsel. It also is aa following hills were 'presented, i Editor TaoriciL Sex: .
.p'a.opat .m.... __ 7i
exhibition of th* love of Christ He MIAMI, FU., Ang..7, 1899. examined, allowed, and ,ordered paid i In .response to numerous inquiries r&lcorAL Cacao-B.tte dt>-t>.$..

had suffered IB. Jerusalem, died there, The County Commissioners: met this out of the General Fund : from NortSern readers of TBS Son who '.* XBV.I.. mt-J AMta iliFMiv, RcKe.. .
Service cvciy tSawU* Moniagat M ..... .' I
lit told the to offer dsy. Present Ceo. W, Lainbart; chairman Jndne.._ spent their winters here bttnday Hcvoot at
and yet disciples A E atjKT,salary County $ 25 00 as to why s PL n. ';'1

: :4A' the blessings of the gospel to his enemies ; N,W. Pitts. W. V. Rushing,W.J. R B Taj lor, salary fcnnty Solicitor 83 83 "Boynton Breezes"' not appear in its the BBUTIKIMOUO Sttvod art or foank NT. W n.-1httIt...*...* d carft.M .

fi rd. I Shone and R. E. McDonald ; R.. .J. City of Miami,operating bridg0._...... 25 00 columns. we are led to the confessfon nonta. Rsv. L. f. HIVMV,urcctor.- 1"i

t Chilliagworth Sheriff and A. F. U P Calnialarjr Jaller ''' 40 00 AIMITDOJle.JlLtlccnUfJ. ,.I..
We are to follow the cotsmands of' Quimby U D Her drkkIlOD., m9yIng.ourt--7.- that most of our residents including I

: Christ ia 1 the propagation of the gospel: ,.Clerk. Hou fBwU.M-! .........- ___'..... 2s0 00 both our newspaper correspondents, Holy TUnltyVcrtFalm .......'",
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begin bome first We hare & great Minutes OjTthe,last' pe/ting we'ie. read C Fga1l1mlDpaJDtlDgnlllt.._.......... ? 85 made so much money upon their vegetables Beach* .-

work in cities 'especially. Christ and approv=. H J 'Anthony,. cou.'oa UCCBM'and and pineapples the Server win be held reniarhf mrs fcmday -. .lJ
oar A. A. presented bond ICl&ai*.** ....>_....- -I'.. **.......... tt v:l past season at Mo pirn.ia the new EpMCOpu clwcfe,eer. .! j
sent his disciples to the cities. If yon Baggs a as Justice 'I Dean' B'os.Jegst ad ..... .......... ... 5 60 that they have decided to.spend their KrtraU aa4 JtoiBseUa msvcta tcv. L. fU-
ran pinnn> flIP mli" von, ttfl ranlnre.. of the P"ace.l District No!-.... with.. .. mt.mi. : more..,- meuicine* .- .?. .. _".ww..-.-.-... t..... t"...._. .'M&W._..1.... ": a:.:_._. t1__..2_ { met Hmdry will) ha*. charttof tammrvk
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nation r'the : That is-military: strategy.It" W. D. Albury and J. T. Peacock as sure K W Pugb, M. D., ;proHwlotial ser and fanning themselves to keep cool. p.I.ADIE'm. CriLD W..Mrtu.C.EV trrrv I. HkTCiLT?rUay, ..at....<...*. .

; ia Berlin Paris Constantinople. Ma.iilla ties. Bond approTed. i TIrH_........ .__.___ .._ ..... 750 The usual complaint from our absent MI&GADs&, '.. KKftt4l,. 1//
Dliukk JJlIlhoUIe,II'II1 bUi 6 40 -
Board of PublicIns\ 'theirfinanualltateml'nt pl\Uper.
Santiago, Havana, Richmond, ructlorTfiled residents, in their return letters is : ..
I>b Hatfield Work on vault., .......-.. 19 25 concerning ChoMb' .oth.
Wasl 'ngton. "Capture the cities" has for the month endisg A T Sandera work on vault ........... A 23L. : tbe abnormal beat so,noticeable i Sunday Sclw(l 10 .. m..Md tpwnrtk !>.*.* ;

I. always been the policy great generals. June $h, 1899.. .X Wade leM bill vaopvr ?.:.......... 10 00. after several years spent 'in the enjoyment j tag p. Thursday... every evening-twwiUy: at Csaer1 riV LadiM1 payer *ct.. '1

We must imitate them in religious work I The Miami Christian Union presented J' E I.nmm.. Wash Jcokln.' bill._ 29 70 of the perfect climate of the lower meetiuc t-nday kturMMtat.. PracMai 17 trt i
I a bill for 130.63 for medicine W V Itunhlnir Co Com work ......... ... 1540N net* Srts.etcoa.t.11s4 IhtrJ thuvdiy* *f me*
I and take our cities for Christ: furnishing W Pltia. ('o Cow work. ...._ 17 00 East Coast ot{ Florida. While they are month t it a. ....ad r ij Po... !. tM ms 3.
$ I Then we are to go out into all the and nursing II. D. Smith. Mrs., Dasalter' Geo W Lalobart. Co Tom work......,.. 49 15 enjoying(?,their vacation with the penetrating Core aoftz-TtfBlar'diriM.r.ill be sentWe kid! bell a._ubr hi I.e.Sa ;

world: and preach the gospel to every bill! in tha'same' ,case was referredto K E McDonald Co Com work_........ 4 50 rays of 'Old Sol" driving the glad. to bare jrmi |.r<*CHt; ro.tot aJ help.I j

.ARTtING creature: ram an expansionist in re Commissioner i McDonald.The W J Nbooe.CoCom 1\'orl.... ..._..._ 8 00 mercury up to 1100. rendering the atmosphere The I.staaaattlaai.Koonb bawity 'At:*tvkt Uypotuasts* wtll bt ft.M p. .U. _,:;

It J Co Com work......
following letter was read : ChUUngwnrth 110 //UHoyataa.Ip.K. .
lgious We are to take the and \
matters. stifling
oppressive, we are .. .
A P Qulmbr,Co Com work and nundrir kn. J WALSU. Pedif.CenpesetonaI .

$ Bible and the school-book and go into MIAMI, Fu.,'Aug. 7.i8on.. *....,.....?...........,.... ?.?...,..,..,. 25 40 luxuriating in 'a mid-summer temjiera-. '
t Manila, Cuba, Porto Rico. China and To the Hon. Board of County Commissioners M I V Cain.wrk on Court lloune.. .._ 26 00 I ture of 80 to 85, modified by tbe ever CbuMb.

all pans of the earth where there is an Dade (.aunty, Florida: V T Budge, bill for Court House...... .n 18 present ocean breezes to what would Ien. tJ. Do P41SL......,. .: -
Juo II{ '!\\Iral ............ ... .......
door. It is not whether GKN'rtUltN5hould your honorable ) ,nalarjr. 50 00 Services 11 a. m. ..*! T.-oo p.... tiisd.IcbMa5d .,
a question
open really seem ten degrees lower.
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Grace Rivers attention to pauper.. 12 00 .rliibl i \ at 19 a. rn.
: I the heathens sated without Christianity Board consider that any legal publications CbrUtlxa. Knilfaror at Situ
are W P Santdemon, attention to paoPCrB We are glad to be able to transmit the p. w. Itmjtt

SERMON OF REVS D.I PAINE.. -it is a question whether we can affecting the southern end of .,...:......._........._.._._.._..._. 6 00 intelligence through the medium of Mcetit* VedaexLiy t at T 9 at.St. .
your
sit be sated, if we rdulot to obey our great Dade.County require or should receive: A Hill attention to paup-ra......., ..... 1200 columns that Boynton is still here. :. Ana's CatholU Chuneh.

At Ik* W..lice Car.ctii>Bal Charth,' Captain. It is not for us to reason hy. a the greater publicity of than is afforded by U Court U Hondrickdon llouw._.. .?sundry_...? ...work_......on.... 6 00 While blizzards cyclones overflows and .Beginning 11Ue Mol wits'taadav..) .Jtanar ..t". tmr5 :I'
the iu >
) We are to obey onleis acd do uourrnmmIT1Pi' publication same the Lake M m and Sermo rv TV tott-lar
.... 13. 1S19.
a &1' Hlfkt, .bcut hurricanes aie occurring continually in at lOo'cl..eka.ns, M faj Srfcwl" .
------..-. t,..l.!..-. Tin.. -'J cui"fin-. --intn._ -a11. Worth News. which has small circulation Tnl..Lou.- -.-.........._._._._ ._.......-............ ......oe...".r.:'" 0"QA" !,. .. .. tnd VffnrrrrtrJ. .t 'roJlt. D. H f.M,
in this end of*.the ,amerent sections ot ruts ,vast country, Uaw'eJIdas. 3ess will U at h. ..
: County i
i P.n.S.D.P&iae preached a sermon ; the world, and we must go. se The following tnillagc was levied for I resulting in the loss of hundreds of i lives, I

: ltd Saaday eight to a good sized con The world ia open to us today. China would state that' the Metropolis will be year 1899County ; rendering thousands of families home. 8".01')1, StoP L.d.. ... 41. t 1

grfffttioe, snostly eta from Luke MIT, with four hundred millious, India wIth make all such publications for 50 percent General Fund three and one. es", and destroying millions of dollars' fttlhta* SI Pytb1as,

,e three hundred millions, the Philippines of the legal rate established by half ((3}i) mills. worth of Ytet.net, Ft Wit) tIo......,....ded......
property. we are to state
happy
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statute. Should honorable VMtiai "-thra r6fctfv i.......
"THs It is written and thus it be- with many millions-all, the world ia your body County School; Fund five (5)) mills. that no serious calamity has overtaken eagle 1111 ever LabOr School BuiWiBf. *

heaved. Christ to suffer aad to rise from open to us, and the Macedonian cry deem such suggestion as is hereby made County Road Fund, two (2)) mills. ns. The nearest approach to anything w.. Bv JILt K.Gf s.L if..HArraasan.. C.& H

i th dead ea Ike third day ; and that re- comei from all parts of the earth. desirable, and see fit to award the same County Fine and Forfeiture 'Fund, like i disaster that has threatened us "'
i tad remission of sins should to the Metropolis, we do not wish it to j
penance The doctrines that the
two leading one and one-half (t#) mills. and for a time made us breathe faster
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be jjrtached In His name among all H. B.
be understood that it is given for the Murray and Capt C W. Ftate
Bations, beginning at Jetuulem.58eUsacTice apostles were to preach were repentance Occupation licenses to be one-half was the heralded hurricane, due here
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: and suffering for the and pardon. The two go together. If purpose of recognition as official organ (4)), carried by the State. I IBoafd last evening, which, happily, has passed recently added stew tassels to their "j
for the south end ot the already brilliant .
County, eipe repuutuu along piacttorial
good of other hate always made a deep we repent we shall be forgiven. True adjourned to meet first Tuesday os by without serious injury. Portions
dally for the reason that the Metropolis After three boors ef
I and abiding impression on the heart off repentance is sorrow for sin and an abandonment in September. of the muck land adjacent to Spanish sportoff
of sin and restitution for is Dot published as the organ of any A. F. QOIMBY, Clerk. Boyaton beach they brought ashore
River overflowed
JnuDlllit,. It matters not where the were for several hours,
political party, and we do not wish to with them tw aty- wo red snappers,
Real ol the devotion may be-whether wrong doing. It means conversionthe *_ though at this hour, 4 p. m..Sundsy. eighteen

it be a soldier; like those of Greece who belief in and the following of Christ. embarrass your bodyinassuming' to Practical Use.for a Lemon. Aug. 13, the waters have receded : apparently pompano, fourteen grepa t.,
vote such publicationa''to'a nonpolitical shsrkaaudadory, the Utter at acsatbopterygioos -
paper
battled and died in the pass ot Thermopylae We all need pardon. We don't know I S all danger is past, and we have
bow sin entered the world know as an organ of the Board, but One of the specimen of the fistj
or on the plains' of Marathon ; we most delightful luxuries is another reason to feel thankful for our
at Gettysburg or at San Juan Hill. We that it' is here.. The first chapters of rither for the purely business idea that a lemon bath and in countries where well protected location. We have no tribe of the genus Zero. Frank, says

admire the pattiot who is ready to suffer Genesis tell ns that it came by disobe such publication! git en to the Metropolis they grow it indulged in daily by meet casualty to report so our distant friends that hut'for the small sharks, kiowa M
would reach a much larger number dog fish that persisted la biting off their I
f
and die for his native land. The name dience. That is the only solution of the people. Three'or four lemons are sliced may still breathe easy.
of the of moral evil of the people of the County than in any into lines they would have returned with
entrance the
is
of Howard the philanthropist who problem water, which drawn half an
John other It must not be supposed for one moment several boat loads.
spent his fortune and devoted his life to into the world. We all want pardon. way.AwaitinJt hour before using so that the juice of that because Boyntou News if not
4 All teach it. It the action of your honorable the fruit have Old Ocean was on a rampage dvrteg ,
mhlaatehe horrors of Engtilk.lad religions comes through may a chance to permeate, being reported with the usual regularity
continental Florence Nightingale faith iq Christ Men embraced the body and assuring you that we have no and the comfort of such tubbing must is the progress of the high winds last et.
prisons ;; axe to grind or enemies to unIsb, no our town retrograding ; on the contrary ning and this (Sunday) ui
and Clara Barton will outlive the gospel 'in" Jerusalem and were saved. be felt to be appreciated.: The sense of our citizens are buoyant with new caoniBg
Men have it all the matter what action your honorable body freshness it and ( most of oar citizens took advantage of
embraced through gives the
lane. of the, mere soldier who fought supplenessand I Hope since the successful season just
I centuries and have been saved. It is the may see fit to take in the premises, we smoothness it imparts to the skin II the oppottalsity to witacs. the majasfi.
for
.. : military fame. We build monntteats past,.and are patting forth every effort
of God to salvation to are. Yours most respectfully, Dot'soon forgotten and those who have peat spectacle presented by the
today t
eulogies, utter power, everyone to increase their{ -
fo.rthe
pronounce poems cropping acreage,
BAY BJSCAYNE PUBUSHI Co.PerW.M.Featherly.. in ea the beach of the
aDd weave garland for the brow of the that will accept it. .' tried the experiment never fail to repeatit. I coming season. To note the many { We" tweakIf

awaeliA lAven-'-- of- the-- -n-r-*-.- Man is the only being on earth that .In the West Indes,where the lemon ii I, _.: ".. ."at t.__.. t..1r._.. ..1.... they. came-rolliag'alotg. b aU
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Greater thaa aay soldieioranypbil.ai cannot be forced or coerced. God don't so abuadant it II used instead of soap, during-r'-y--the few months would r-' saajestic grwaeiw rtrawtag saovHihfU ....
past require
The following letter also was read to
..ro 9ist. Sr teacher, or phil. attempt to force the will. Man is a free i and when the natives want to wash their space 'several spray falah'lito the air, to the delight
aay any the Board j extending through and
moral agent ; he can refuse the offersof : : : hands they the juice on to them admlraUoB of excited spectators.
..ajlhcrwasth* love of Christ for huMjalitT. sqneese column, ;to even enumerate. Let it
God all to decide To the /qnorab e Hoard ofOnmlj COMmissionm and rub them in until It was-a sight that WIn linger 101,1.
PM Mys : "For ye know the mercy., help ns briskly water theyare suffice, therefore Mr. Editor; to mention .
tonight to be onjtbe side of Christ of Dade County, Flotida: clean.In the. me a rte&of fortunate beholders.E. .
fgae* of our Lord Jests Christ, that merely a few of the current events
GENTLEMEN wish to amend my the care of the complexion the L. Bartoa, our active ascUust
-.p He was rich, for your sales He that come to the notice of. your occasional .
.. cae pDIIf. that ye through His poverty bid fer your printing made 'at the last lemon is, invaluable particularly in scribe, asking for recognition for i postmaster sjsd congenial manager cf \
No need sending away from home for meeting of your Board. on the 1st, as I LI. B. Lymaa's commercial
night become rich." Christ was all boats when Capt. A. T. Rose can summer, when a ff'w'drops in the waterin the delectation and enlightenment of : emporium at
follows : advertising, first insertion, which the face is washed all this point spent a few days ea business
rick as tbe Crutot and upholder of then1ntie. build yon one as fine or aa cheap as you removes your numerous readers in other States :
The cattle on a thousand j, waat See him. and place your order. forty cents, per inch ; each subsequent greasiness and leaves the skin fresh and' H. B. Murray has at. Union the past week.
just completed
Vila; the gold and silver in every S S..- insertion, twenty ceuts per inch guaranteeing i velvety. A little lemon juice rubbed on extensive: enlargements and extensions An invoice of crates just received here

mine; every diamond and flashing gem faithful and prompt performance the cheeks before going to bed and leads to the information that UessrsX <
How to PIut'eabor Seed. to hjs resideae, much to the delight '
btlotfgtd to bias. He laid aside bis .. of same. Respectfully, allowed to dry there will remove of his better half. Green, B.k.-Otis and Warreager are

antecedent glory and became man. His Camphor 'seed should be planted directly C. M. GARDNER, freckles and whiten the skin. besides 0. Larsen is busy with the erection ofa l shipping pineapples. Shipments of

Mil-sacrifice and suffering were the from the tree ; if possible, in the Proprietor Our Sunny Land. : giving a delightful smoothness. This new cottage that will seem like a this luscious Mist from this station hare

grr.te t 0-e world has ever seen. We i berry. They do not germinate evenly, Both of the above letters.were ordered should be done about three or four timesa palace compared to the palmetto shack been most Encouraging this season tad -j
filed for
at> told t'idt it bebofcved JHSm to suffer i and if they become: dry before planting further reference. week in summer and twice a week in which he occupied for the past three the acreage is being considerably in
Bids for opening the road from West winter, and will be found to work creased. Funk Brot. have doubt the
The suEcrijge of Christ began at His they sprout slowly, and some will keep years. This will mean that the last no
Ik his father I Jupiter to west line of Township S.R. wonders with such complexions as finest field of fancy pines without
tinta. are
was poor; reputed coming up for a year or two. It Ishest palmetto in Boynton. such a, curiosity to grown
B. H. & 6l5.
Brooker
He owned home 39 were opened. afflicted with enlarged and blackened shelter in'this section of
a carpenter.: never. a to bake or boil the soil before planting. country. 1
Not them vi-itors and a target for their
OB earth ; ue sever owned any property. I usually take one-third of cow chips. bid was $600; H. W. Palmer's Miller's bid was pores. and if persereved with will eventually cameras, will soon be a thing of the past. The K 0. T. M. Tent at this place U f
$31.25 mile E. C. bid
He 'wrought a miracle to pay his one-third of chip dirt or left mold and per ; was carry off all unsightly blemishesthat progressing nicely. Reports of the t '1
l'7-75 mile. All these bids The well built and neatly arrangedbarn L
taxes to the Riman Goveicment. He one-third soil, put them in a caldron, per were. are not caused by interual trouble. Record Keeper to the Supreme Tent to ;.'

was icdtb-cd to the kindness of cover with'water and boil for a couple of rejected. Commissioner Rushing wa Lemons are also useful in the care of recently completed by Funk Bros.: date do not show a single suspension .I

Joseph.' t>l Aiunatbea for burial. lIe I I Lours__ ',. frtouentlv. _.__ __' stirring- -- -- with., ____ a__ hoe__, tothoroughly __ authorized-. to. have- the work done and the teeth, a few drops squeezed into a .is .a forcible.. reminder. of....by gone. .daysDiet for non-. a\"ment of dnes_n u or__ &sIHIml"Bll_'_'__ __._
.
fi'e the vouchers for same. on me maim, ana win no aoubt be
suffered and mentally isI glass of water. for rinsing the mouth
physically t mix the whole mass. This on the part of active beneficial mem
Commissioner Shone was authorized to found a great convenience. All it lacksis
S greatest fcufferings were mental. He will kill all seeds and improve the soil acting as a tonic to the gums and render. bers. Recent admissions are t. 0. "
I complete the road entered on a load or two of new mows clover hay,
113 ;
page
died the death of a traitor and a bias- wonderfully. ing them firm. Steele, A. T. Woodhull. C. B. Muller
|I50 was advanced<< to do the work and with acpompanying odors to awaken
p tmer. It was death never inClctert 1'lace the soil in a'large box or bed In washing the hair if a leinonisused and E. L. Burton. Sir Knights please .
on a-.Roman ci1en. it was cruel and I Commissioner Rhone waS ordered file it will cleanse the sralp belter than "sweet memories of departed days" in ,
; j make rows four inches apart and one note the change of reviews from Tuesdayof
I vouchers of the minds of old bachelors.
showing use said'moneys..
gnomic--us. I inch dctrp, place the seed in thick'then anything and givea soft fiuftiness and ye each week to the first and third Sat

j' It 'vas necessary, or it behooved Him I cover and tike a bricE or a piece of Commissioner' McDonald was authorized shine to the hair that is always desirable.For A. W. Jackson met witha painful urdays of each month at 7:30: p. m. j

to rue again. The resurrection; of Christ 2x4 the length of a hriclf, and pound to repair the road between Lemon this purpose, dip the'head into tepid accident by a fall from Mr. Murray's The grouLds of the Hotel
Boyntoa on
was absolutely essential to the schenieol I the soil down hard to exclude the air. City and Miami, and to repair certain water, take the two halves of juicy house while repairs were in progress, the ocean beach, in charge of J. 1'. '
between I
bridges Ft Lauderdale
and lemon and and rub the resulting in a sprained wrist and a '
: Christianity. Again and again Christ When some of the plants are four inches squeeze over general Berk are nndergonrg quite a change. .1

predicted bis resurrection from the dead. high, commence to prick out and trans- Pompano. head;when this is done, wash thoroughlywith Shaking up necessitating a forced I With the assistance of Plantation Manager i
In .accordance with the foilowin petition the hands in the tepid water rinsein rest for several weeks. The only thing : ,
The Je'Uh authorities remembered it plant in a bed with rows a foot wide and B. B. and his
the within fresh water of the Murray force many
described was declareda same temperature .
that restrains Sir Knight whois
tad took aft possible precautions to six inches in row. When a foot high Jackson,
pre- public road. and rub briskly with towels until the improvements are being made by the

.5 vtat any imposition. They placed a ait; in grove ">r where loa wish them to PETITION. hair is quite dry standing in the sun to a Maccabee front taking out an accident addition of foliage plants fruit trees and

stone at the mouth of the tomb. ibis is the best do this if The hair policy is a consolation in the saying
Crest stay permanently .Size To the Honorable C ounty Cammisswaers possible. will 50 n shrubbery, also improving the appearance

A trwsty Roaua guard was piaced there: to transplant unless: they are pot raised, of Dade County, Fla.: become several shades lighter under this that 'lightning"never strikes twice of the lawn by leveling grading .

sm. OB tkg morning of the third day as the roots are not injured in taking up. We treatment, which should be perforated in the same place. and Bermuda
your petitioners citizens of Dade about every two weeks. planting grass. Tile boys j
Christ arose. He appeared to MaryMsjdakM Transplant after a rain. These directions County, Florida. and living along the Lemons are not so costly, even in the A fine field of double-jointed Boynton have evidently a surprise in store fur 1

tad many- others. The rdur- were originally- -civ en in the Florida .I...-----n.. .,., .".. _It...,,.:..... .l"Ui"'U........ 4 JUOU__.i, _WOUIUmost _:.i.... coldest countries that women 'way not peanuts presents quite an attraction Via.-.. \-WJ""' ..,..' mti/i_UY i-_ .-....I".....'.._..."_".. -_..-- 'A..- .5..._.... .oj
stimnlns Farmer and easily afford to use this tropical aid to the main Mrs. Gardner's .
along
tectlsisiwuYtda great to the Fruitgrower. respectfully ask and that avenue, on his directions fort enlargements aDd -.:
request a
_
.. leutolaborsuddieinthecanse the toilette, and no other cosmetic will If their
-. I .- public County road be pened 'and eStablished do so much, or give such good resul ". place. present flourishing additions to the hotel, to increase its
II ChrisUaalty. Before, they were timid; in this (Dade) County, commencing Another virtue of the lemon is that growth points to a corresponding production capacity and consequent comfort for his j

all forsook Him at His arrest trial and Aa Important Ruling. south or Miami River the juice of half a one in a cup of strong late Fall will show a yield that friends the coming winter.'OccAsionai". .
bridge
,
execution. Now black coffee ,without will often will Dade ii
they are ready to die sugar supply County.
The postmaster general has instructed at the colored Odd Pellows' halt and completely cure the most stubborn sick I *.. j
for Hrm. known .
the
They were as men A late of staked lima beans
postmasters to strictly enforce the following running west along section line between headache, and in every case will give crop on Aphorisms.

who made kings tremble and turned the section of the law : Postmasters are Sections 2 and u. 3 and ro, 4 and 9.5 considerable relief.-New York Evening the Bojnton plantation, under management .

world upside down. strictly forbidden to place or permit to and 8. 6 and 7 to Range !line between Telegram. of H. B. Murray is among the If a man empties his purse into his tk

Christ commanded them to begia their be placed upon tbe'waUl., or otherwise, Range 40 and 41 East, Township 54, ..p- attractions: pf the "new fad"-that of bead, no one can take it from him.FranfcHn .- JI'
toiwoa in Jerusalem the capital and For Sale At Rare Bargains I. I iummer .
: far public exhibition within the post. Dade County, Florida. gardening among qur muck-s! ,
,
t metropolis of the Jndean Nation. Why 't muck rs. They have the o|
office lobby thereto of Signed by B.F. Daukins and others appearance
or any portion 40 To tremble before anticipated evils
ia
r la Jerusalem? Why not in Rome, .Stock of Merchandise, Dry Goods, a New England hop-field,
tie postoffici premises, business cards, Notions, Shoes, Ladies' and Gents' Fur. to bemoan what thou has never lost-*
Athens, Corinth Epbesos or some far circulars, placards, handbills or advert Margaret Cbuse's personal: taxes were nishings Jewelry, Store Fixtures etc. At a special meeting of our citizens Uoetbe

off city U 'it bad been an imposturethat sements of private business. reduced from a valuation of $350 to Jioo Reason for selling, other business d. last Saturday night, called for the purpose
is what Christ'wonld have done. far the mands time. THOMASON & BROWN. Toil and pleasure b their
The postmaster general evidently year 1898 and the Tax Collectorwas of discussing scLool matters, II. B. nature
He wcold have told them to go to a distant authorized to credit 8-17 West Palm Beach, Fla opposites are yet linked together b
knows that the proper place to do advertising himself with 5,. Murray, I. R. Funk and W. N. Otis t
city. Instead be said begin at tie same as an erroneous elected kind of necessary connection.-Uvy.
is in the newspapers and is assessment Wanted.A were a permanent building com

Jerusalem. Beginning at Jerusalem fur. doing what he can to teach the public The bill of Jim Floyd for nursing IS.- I mittee. Immediate steps will be taken Fate never wounds more deeply the .

aishes as with a powerful argument for this lesson. W. T. Taylor was rejected. ? good strong clarinet or comet for the erection of a commodious new generous heart, than when a b1ock a4'. .

the truth of Christianity. It was In that The following bills were presented, player who is either a painter and sign building that nill be in keeping with |insult points the dart-Johaaott.
.5.- writer a baker or a carpenter, to correspond
S "I 4 city, only fifty days after'they had cm-: For Sale at Rare examined, allowed, and warrants for with S. H. HAPPSKSBTT, the growing importance and rapidly I The best portion of a good man's life

died Him, that the apostles cow Bargains sime ordered issued out of the Fine and Sec'y. Lake Worth Band, increasing population of. ojir town. i is his little, nameless unremembered
jaeaced \.0.preach and three thousand Stock of Merchandise Forfeiture Fund West Palm Beach Fla.
Dry Goods : October lit will no doubt see our new acts of kindness and of love.-Words.
made.disciples badaybaptizedudIake1ntothecbureh. Notions, Shoes Ladies' and Cents' Fur' .. I .
Severe R J ChlUlDgworth, criminal promotion school-house ready for occupancy by w ,Ith.

I .The people Reason nishings,for Jewelry selhrg, ,Store other Fixtures business etc.demands -....-__._. __.. $ 64 45 Boat building done. right at home in that bran-new school-ma'am we are to .. ._-

,mere aot favorably disposed to the time. THOMASON & Baowir, Will CoUlu.feed prUoner.._?_... .... 5 20 the most approved manner good workmanship have. SQUARE PIANO for sale at a bargain.
,
of Christ whea they first attended- 8.3 West Palm Beach Fla. U. D. Heedrlck..1eec1 prteoen and at living prices. Call on Instrument b (conditioa. Inquire at
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JOllto- ... _-_ _._ 00 Cspt.A.T.Rese. Our. fsjnccs .fishermen, Funk Bros., .CtM fen J'I 84Sa


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