The Tropical sun
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 Material Information
Title: The Tropical sun
Alternate Title: Sun
Salerno news
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ;
Language: English
Publisher: Guy I. Metcalf
Place of Publication: Juno Dade County Fla
Creation Date: August 24, 1899
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071772
oclc - 09716137
notis - AKR0072
lccn - sn 83025639
System ID: UF00075915:00578
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Preceded by: Indian River news

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-I' Yesterday afternoon .-telegram.was y -I'-- I, --.,.- Many anecdotes were of Bishop -- ...-... q "..

Pep0 u They Come and do-People- received in town announcing the death 'What the Sun's Men Heard In The A.Budget of Interesting Items From Williams of Connecticut after hisdeath, Scraps of News About This tad That
for the good bishop was as well known
at 2:30 po m. yesterday of the wife oft *
Yen Mayor May Not Know. W. G. DeBerry, at Jacksonville. Lively Local Whirligig. ; Regular Correspondents. for his love of fun as for his earnest and Different Things. :

(- t', _. ..- --I.. piety.At. ---+s.-
;: ? : ThisTis the sad ending of a most pathetic t '"
A Mtlaas .f Fersonal lums-Tisltors InUta romance. For a number of yeais A Mirror of Minor Happenlnc. accidents Very Careftlly Compiled sad CoafUtd to that a meeting of the bishops a measure HBWST Motes tad turns st; aumt UItsrrbody

City and Citizens. Visiting Mr. Deberry has been in correspondence Comiiuf "Bu.- and a Vblck Is of Nut laterest to the was proposed and explained by its originator In Gsniral sad ltebi4

.'. Out of the CIt,.. with the young lady he had known in Cafaxr of .CurrtniK6os: i CUUtM of Dade Cmtyin but with such incoherence that la rarUealar -, ;-

o 'I' Tennessee, and finally they arranged -- Is.Ladies' mv nobody understood A second speaker '". -
to meet in Jacksonville and be married : POMPAIO essayed to make the matter clear, but
POLITE The Ladies' Aid
Joe Dora and Bevel Brittingham are The Guild meets tomorrow at Society has adjourned
tip tram WtaA OB a week's. sit:. there at'uceian v 1.: 2 i'i p. m. at :the home of Mn.T. D, :& w 'only darkened it When he had finished its weekly cessions until October. ,
Bishop Smith of "KeDtuck
July ?d last his a Brown Prospectors ojus. ,
H. W. Palmer: went up to Fort PiercJ Jacksonville from Nashville, and the W. M. Smith and Doe Hardin are tried to explain the question and also Next week the south cottage tat.

< Sunday and returned the same.evening I. same evening Mr.,,DtBerry reached A. B. Otwell has been helping at the ,with us once more.Postmaster ., the explanation:! Feeling that he had Stites row is to be moved to the corner

J. M. Harper Hypolnxo's well known there from Vest Palm:Beach, but found counter in Strohm's on rush days during .: Butler made a flying bus faUedshe said : of Olive and Fern streets

} trucier! and met chant, is in town today.. that theVofngMafly.>eei.'.taken ill Mr. Strohm's absence from town.S. [nets trip to Ojus last Wednesday. "Bishop Williams smiles. What has ,
on the train and the wedding .was postponed he to say about it?" Mrs. Ceo S. Adams and Mrs Co C,
James McFarlane" has joined his wife from day to day until July 6th P. Geiger, the well known insurance Too late to talk, about the hurricane "Only this" said the old bishop Houston and their children leave tonight

who hu been summering at Flat Rock, when it was knowu that typhoid fever man of the East Coast, is mil now. It didn't do any damage at all' 'that 'the mess of Benjamin was found for t month's visit on Bay Biscayve.

N. C. was the'disease that had laid hold of the doing a satisfactory business In town. hm' i to be greater than the mess of any of his
C. P. Metcalf, of West Palm Beach- brethren.. Rev J. T. Thomas preached at Fort
his and decided
j.W. Porter was up,from Hypo- lady, they to marry at once,;
Rev. R. Walker has been
memo farm last Saturday mating some the ceremony being performed with the J. making and J. G. Fennoof Delray, were visitors "The humor of Dr. Will'ams! ," says a Lauderdale Sunday and U now locatrdat
the M. E. Church comfortable for
purchases in town.. huh too ill'to leave her bed. i here Snndav.u ,_ friend, "was always present and ready West .Palm Beach until Dr. Palae's
Its attendants in
by putting new screens return.
The groom devoted every moment to Mews; Crier Harris and Snell: were like a flash of sunlight It had one peculiarity
W. R.'Mo8es is Rochelle, N. Y., and doors and windows.
at New York' City ,on a'business trip. the care of his bride, hoping to nurse prospectors Thursday and found some it never scorched or left a scar W. H. Spitier and wife will; occupy the

He left last Saturday., her back to health and strength. The Judge A. E. Heyser has contracted valuable land, behind. Branntng cottage: during the outing trip
best of medical skill and professionalnurses with U. D. Hendrickson to move his P. H. Load, Jr., left.Monday for the At an assemblage of noted men, a of the Bran niDI family at Hypoloxo s

Mrs and Mrs. W. R. Porter returned were engaged, and every effort office and cottage at Juno down to his North, where he expects to 'Join his wife, lawyer who conducts the legal businessof Beach. ______
Monday from a short visit at Hypoluxoat WPS made' to baffle tl e dread disease, Riviera plantation and grove who U very sick. a great railway system tried to "guy

she home of J. W.Porter. but all in vain. Bravely the little woman 'Our most popular carpenter hu decided the parson" by malicious quizzing. At R. W. Porter, the care-taker of the

Henry Brooker,one'Neptune's most battled for her life for more than fifty Mrs..'Carrie Leon has leased the board. to-quit his trade and learn some last he said : "Why don't you get these .Clarke place on the East Side, U lOW'

popular young men, was in town last .days, and at times it did seem as if there ing house on Railroad War.and Datura thing more popular. railway managers to give.youa pass busily engaged in improving the \ne&
night returning this morning. was a ray of hope, but yesterday's. telegram street, owned by I..H.:Fisher*. She will over their roads, bishop? Yoajean pay recently''purchased by Mr. Clarke from:
announced the end. take possession September 1St. ---4!'.-- -- for it by giving them entrance. tickets the Dimick estate.
,Mia Kate Sears, who has been visit- into heaven." -
Mr bas of friends
DeBerry, ,scores 1 DEUUY DOIgG3.
\ ... leg her relatives in this GD. leaves here whose hearts grout to him in sym- There has been '.more intense.heat. felt "Oh. tut!" gently replied the bishop Mrs N, S. Barnham was called to e
';" trvr 1ir 1".m.t ',.itth..RJ lyjfr ,SheriffMliijgwarth,+wAS-ia ,towi "I-.ould not part them so far from their Gainesville quite,unexpected last Satur*
1 h. '..'CeorgeJaffel' *!_ .u. passenger. '. on sorrow. It is one of the saddest romance recent hurricane than has been expert i .. tiwiem.Ltoy ._' counsel. in the other world." day by telegram announcing the critical -

-the belated ship Iroquois last week from real life Tea SUM..has ever had enced on the' lower East Coast. ia manya ::Atkinson, of Miami, was in The laugh was
from New York, is expected home to record. =' .*.--' I ,year. _______ town Tuesday on legal business. concluded to "let the bishop alone."- had accidently been poisoned

to-night i Down East 'C erloilt)'. Cards ,of inntntion are now out, announcing Roy and. ,Owen Salisbury paid their I Youth's Companion.. .. C. E. Clarke met with quite a painful, 1 I

C W, Schmid is testing the wheel cure ,.. the marriage of Miss Marie burrow a visit and got a fine collectionof i but fortunately not serious, accident

for ..h,., He says that two days of It takes a;down' east man to ask questions Lonise Waters to Mr. John Oscar Cheat- : shells. "r Poetry Painting and Music. last week, by being struck across the'

president riding reduced his avoirdupois but once in awhile one of them ham. The wedding is to be next Tuesday J; G. Fenno, with several others, ,is. RossetQ insisted back by a timber that fell from the
on everybody paint
by three ponds finds his match. Jonathan overtook a evening at 8:30: o'clock, at St Ana's lied Pompano Sunday, looking: over his "upper regions" of the electric light _
gentleman who was traveling on horse- Church. interests there ing. Books, Le said, were "no use to a shop. __
\ Geo. 1,. Branding went down the back, notwitw'standing the fact- that be painter except to prop up models uponin .
The Union school
Lake with his friend Geo.Lyuian, Monday had lost one leg. Mis curiosity was J.- N. Parker has been very successful is Sunday-school at difficult positions, and then they The rumor has been current but not
t evening returning on Tuesday awakened, as he rode alongside of him, with his apiary this year,-and finds the a grand is success, and a cordial invitation might be very useful." "If any man verified, that: Alligator Joe has becomethe
extended to both old and
morning's! train. to know bow be chanced to meet with business growing on his hinds quite to attend. young has: any poetry in him" was another victim of his own folly having been

such a misfortune. I, i rapidly. He has shipped fully.twelve i saying of R"Ssetti's, "he should paint, worsted by a crocodile he was attempting *

.i! .\' The family of Geo. banning left "Been in the army, I' guess ?" was the hundred pounds nf honey already, and Mr. Schabenger is now a resident of for it has all been said and written, and to capture. It is probably one of
h i this morning for Hypoluxo Beach where anxious inquiry. has fully as much more on hand to get Linton, as he has moved up on Swinton they have scarcely begun to paint it," a hfc several advertising dodges.

.I M t t they expect to enjoy a IU weeks' ocean "Never was in the army in my life. ready for shipment avenue after spending nearly a year at saying' by the way.which may be found
bruit at Manalapan Cottage. the House of third "Modern R. W. Whitehurst leaves
"Fit a duel, p'haps?" Refuge. also( in the volume of tonight for
t l John: Enickson, the well known "Never fought a duel, sir." Extensive stable rooms have been Orange trees are growing fihely and Painters" Morris obeyed the master Key West having been commissionedby

., deputy-sheriff at Miami and oue of the "Horse throwed you off. I guess, or erected by J. C. Lauther on one of his we will have fruit next year all right. and took to painting. Even when State Organizer Adams of the K. O.

1 most popular rest&urani "keepers at the I something of that sort?" Banyan street lots.! This will provide Ve- havn'tany 80 acre groves, but ex- Morris took to making furniture that T. M. to establish a Tent ia that city.

County Seat.'Mondayed in this town. "No, sir, nothing of the kind:" accommodation for teams stopping over. tect'to before long. Our trees show for craft was at fist regarded nnd r Ross- From Key West Mr. Whitehnist will

h Jonathan'tried several dodges, but all night gas they pass up and down the uemselves. tti's influence as merely a means of pro- proceed to Tampa on the same mission
Mr.: and Mrs. Geo. W. Lainhart, Capt.I coast, besides furnishing accommodation viding space for pictorial decoration.
to no effect At last, almost out of patience i Pineapple plantations are being increased
E. N. Dimick, Dr. Potter andCapt. as a boarding stable for 'some local Morris built some enormous chairs, Tomorrow (Friday) night there will
he determined to a extent and the
direct by
I OH a inquiryas great
Allen visitors to the Lox. stock. -'' '* he I work in the Rank of Knight ktCasile
Such Barbarossi have in.
Earnest were : as might sat
to"the nature of the accident by which time truck is to be planted every avail
ahatchee River orange troves last Sate i said Rossetti, who proceeded to paint UM of Evening Star Lodge No.
the gentleman had come to Ifse his Quite a number of the young men of able piece of muck will be taken, so K. oil". All
urday. their hacks with from Morris'poems.London 46. are expected
leg. this vicinity are planning to embark in don't forget that this is not only a place subjects and as many'visiting Knights as c nome
W. L. Widmeyer came down from "I will tell you," said the traveler, the truck-growing business at points t;> read about but come and see and be : are cordially invited to be present.
Neptune Sunday night returning Mon. "on condition that you will promise not below us the coming season.Prof.. J. C. convinced. We stand on onr merits and .

I day. He says that work on the public to ask me another question." Harris, T. J. Grier and C. P. Metcalf will thrive and be one of the most popular They Went in Togethet. The Antic Ice Works of Miami are,

road running west from Neptune to i "Agreed, agreed !" exclaimed the were recent prospectors who ,returnee places along the"line. Gibbons completing the erection of a fifteen ton r

Okeechobee will be well. under way this I eager listener joyfully. from Pompano highly pleased with the -- .. -- Cardinal the head of the ice machine in addition to the present 1
week. ____ "Well, sir,"remarked the gentleman, ,character of the land they saw in that Catholic church in this country;: and plant This will enable them to supplythe
"it was bit off !t" section. tUSGOSIA MUTTE81SGS.Geo. Bishop Pnret of the Episcopal church trade here and at other points, aside
Will Whidden returned Monday f'Bitofl !" cried Jonathan. "\Vaal, I were invited to attend a gathering in from handling the'Miami and steamer
night from bis trip through the ranges declare: I'd just like'to know, powerful Attention of all the people of the Buffett, of Neptune, was visiting] which, by reason of its official character, trade. The management assrres their
in of beef cattle. He fotu'dwhat well what arth bit it offChris of Dade is called to the card here for a short time Monday evening
t quest good on I upper part the rank of the various guests was a West Palm Beach patrons that their needs t
he went after although he reports tian Endeavor World. of John Errickson, of Miami who i is Lake bathing the thing these warm matter of consideration.The shall be supplied, even if it reqnirta .

the Cuban trade as cleaning ont the big .. conducting a first-class restaurant for (days and old and young are indulging bishop, turning to the cardinal: another factory in this town to do it. '

perda ef the State. Dangerous. Paper. the accommodation of visitors to the in it. said, "Which is the highest rank a car-

H. A. Luce goes from here to Orange Not a great while o librarians and, County Seat Mrs. Errickson is giving Pat Lennon's sail boat that the storm dinal in the Catholic or a bishop in the Wednesday night of last week JohnJ.

Qty aext As relief agent on the F. E. book lovers in general were discussing her personal attention to the place, sunk has, been raised and found not Episcopal church? DeWyse, one of the best known col,

I C. Line, Mr. Luce is kept on the move the deterioration in the quality of paperof which assures all patrons good meals damaged only leaky. "I do not know," was the reply. vied men and a longtime resident of

so lively that his mail can't catch up late years. It is curious to learn from well cooked and cleanly served. Thereare "Let us not raise the question, but let: Palm'Beach, was married to Miss Marie i
i a limited number of furnished rooms Mrs Chas. Redifer arrived home in side side." And did.Exchange. A. Chestnut of Gainesville :
they ,
with him, to say nothing of rose gathering her Majesty's wastepaper office that one us go by 1 la. The
I IIn connection with the restaurant for Monday, having been stormbound at ..
oa his anatomy. result of the change of materials has ceremony perf01 by Re. r. S. \
the accommodation of d-town Riviera until that time.
out- pat -
Long at the home of David
been a decided increase in liability to fire -- *.-- Jones at
W. S. Graham is in town today asdefendant's rons. Give the Errickson restaurant a Capt. [,. C. Holmes came up with his Fresh Water Lake.
John has
in the case of Will wherever paper waste Is accumulated in The Literary and Social Club. many I
attorney Call when you visit Miami. sloop "Papoose" Tuesday, and towed friends the !
WbJddea-. vs. the: F4 1#. C. Ry, in a suit any great quantity. It is the rarest: i -t- among white people here \
Alvin Hendrickson's houseboat back to who know him
well aDd who will wish
for damages'for the killing ,of ca.U thing to find paper made of rags now. p.Don't -- 1ROOEAM FOR AUGUST 31. ;

+ betongiig, the plaintiff. The hearing adays. It is made of wood and other Shoot Wild Pucka. town.Miss Quotations-Selections from favorite the bridal couple a long and happy life.

lam demurrer bef ']w. ccJ.E.Glenn I vegetable materials, ,which chemically, from Rosa Forrey, of Hypoluxo, was a poet R. H. iou&seau, who has been for I!
44 \ k '-f- are not very different from the component Section I. ,That and after the visitor at W. H. Sanders' from last Bnlwer-Mrs. Sackett. some months engaged on the Boynton
Miss tw its Carlin, of Jupiter, finished materials of a hayrick. If paper i passage of this act it shall be unlawful for i Thursday till Sunday, when she wts Alice-Miss Kennedy. plantation, IS so well pleis-d with this \!

her: vLit at Miss Rose Saunders' Sunday waste is stacked in large masses, and any person or persons to shoot wild taken home by launch, the entire family Browning-Mrs. Hillhouse. section of country that lie has sent for 1

ud left for her home on that morning's especially if it happens to be a little ducks between the first day of April and going'along as escort Pippa Passes-Miss Willson. his family to join him hete. They ate t

train Miss Rose and her brother George damp, heating takes place! just as with a the fin day of October. Stealing fruit flowers, nuts and even Song from Parocelsus-Mis. Vf'rett. living in the Donaldson! house .

accompanying her and their father, H. prematurely stacked hayrick, and spontaneous Section 2. Any person or pcrs"lDui- young trees especially on the East Side;,I I How They Brought the Good News mated by S. D. Mrrntl aud recently family. ,:
Saunders, going along to take care of combustion may at any time 1 olating the provisions of this act shall has become too monotonous and the From Ghent-Mrs. Gru1r. Mr. Rousseau coming irons the orange / J'

them. break out in flame, as it has often been upon conviction be punished by fine notexceeding parties" interested say they are going to Evelyn Hope-Miss Moffatt. belt of Volusia County, and having been I

S. H llama master-mechanic of the known to do in the farmyard. Of late fifty dollars ,or by imprison- pot a stop to it no matter whom it hurts. Englishman in Italy-Mrs. Saunders. for many years engaged in citrus frmt

i Ontario Acetylene Gas Co., returned years the greatest care and vigilance menfTn the'county jail; not''exceeding The East Side bicycle path was cleared --- .1.i .' C ilture, is considered an expert in that i

Saturday from an extended trip in the hive been necesary to guard against thirty days, or both in the discretion,of of trees,' brush and trash that the storm Violin For Sale. line lie pronouncs some of the laud i

interests of that company. While this.-London. Daily- News., the" .court. ,7 t- has deposited in it and trimmed out I i : in the vicinity of Boynton first-class for I
tilt- ISection '
absent he put in several days to advan ._ S.. ._. 3.-' All if laws* and parts of 11.11 I from Chas Redifer's to the Hibiscus A splendid violin, fifteen years in use :1 this industry and offers assistance and I

tags at Abbeville, S. C, where a'satisfactory Very extravagant blouse waists are in .conflict with the provisions of this Captains M. E- Spencer and I,. C. fa first-class condition, can be bought.. advice to those who contemplate plant

test... made for the insurance made of crepe de chine tucked in groups. > act be and the same are hereby repealed. Holmes and Harry Redifer doing theI for $25.00. Instrument guaranteed. fag: or budding orange, grapefruit CJ ,
..ea. below a yoke of cream lace. .. 1 Approved June 2, 1Sgg. : I work last Monday Address "Violin," care TB.OPICU.SUN lemon trees.'f .

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tine of skirmishers," he say*; "mice tts v '

ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGIMENT BRINGS way through the.'fences. ,' and as. we ABE. FRiI\V& SO J

HOME A PROUD RECORD. passed an open""spot In the timber, *NAGEgOOV I: 1 l'Xo r Stationery. /$ PivparetHo Suppty* F

..' ... fringing the river,there'ea.me from the"eanefield .. U.Geed with' ;
on.the other side-volleys or Th4 Three Friends > ." t *'
IiI I.'t.. Tilt With $Spaniard at 11.- : : : ii i-
rind Mauser bullets. For the first time in ? &rv < ,. Huts it I UtIle fifes ii
mUa saved Stomcd, tie Waetrworka-laeidepta;; oar experience1; Insurgents shot low a. TaUortogJfompany.'SUITS Suit You ?sane >, ,: H<. i

.f Battle Ckuce. and'ba.f our rahge'to.Derrectlan: : If JI '" -' ... ,' -'., \ Fresh Pork, i

ear company had been in close forma- PAIIS 1 HADE": TO' ORDER .. ;
ICopydght,1S49, by O. I* KHmer.l Ion. there'would have'been a tale of ,AID Beef,
OLOBAD0'S.Phnippine .PCleaninPleasing ; : Next to his wearing apparel there ia nothing
I ; death to telL. No'sooner, however, bad PoultryEggs. '. i
i fighters hebullets begun to'sing than the ,, "
: and Repairing V. : a really neat roan is to particular about as -..., ,
i now on'the' Colorado,, bugle, sounded "Lie dgWI"' : .., ,'- .: .. .
way home, surely and "Commence firing." So fiat on our *. : A SpwUHKUFITAiDWOBKymHP ; ,
it l I' : v I. &&. 'n= > the quality and appearance of his Stationery. -
hare no cause bellies we- threw ourselves and.,raked Native Heats specialty

I to'grumble at that canedeEL" ) OpiTEE8. t .:, And in very truth \\ does proclaim bit business .- .

fate,Theywere. Major And r&on",conduct before and : Your Patronage'Solfelted

In at the capture; after receiving a severe wound la' one I I' ';WEST PALM BEACHFLiA., ,as a neat fitting, and stylish sail. of street

of Manila troui, of the proud traditions the regiment'f Market on Banyan ?

I"the Spaniards home The took shelter : -- clothes proclaims the man., ,.
brings' men 11.12 WEST PALM BEACH.
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I..captured Filipino. from' a perfect bail of Mansers under. G.W..JDN6R *. i' :

block :a rice ridge. Major Anderson gave the -I '

houses'5 and-,6 firing 'derSbut: insisted that the It will, if it is MM

5 on the 5th cf men expose themselves no further than &SN.. The Dada Gut} ,
j February, when necessary for effect "nee however, furnished you by West Mm Beach, F/ort4'' .

: '{ the insurrectionbroke stood at full height to watch the movements I # .

_. .y out. and of the enemy. Suddenly bullet Jewelers\ and, pticiacs I .

I next,day jJrovejthi: ,:natives from: the pierced hs( aukle Hopping abouton : -.' the right kind of a house-present a nice ap. Authomed Capital, $100,060.

I pumping stations whfeb supply Manila the Round foot, he exclaimed. "Good

with ."attera The"'lilol'1lhousc5 were shot for those fellows!!! and then continued Watches',;clocks.lewelry. : ; pearance and make.a good impression which Paid Up Capital $15,000. .

taken st the point of the bayonet the commands he had begun Musical.Goods, Strings, etc, : '"" .
I II Blockhouse No. 5 felt first. It was when struck "Rrtidy aim-fire-load: would not be the case if you used shoddy OFfiCER:

taken by"Companies B. K and L, as ready -alai-fire-cease'' firing; 'boys
; Stationery Ink Blank Books; '. i < that was poorly printed. E.H. DIMICK, PrtMett. '' :
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I18ted'by E. The position was close to and give your guns a chance to cool U.D. HEltDRClSON, tkiPrtMtiit.GEO. .

the tlKase'of' nalic-Ballc. The Tillage: he said, without a show of pain or excitement Now 'while of houses that
NEWS DEPOT, speaking are L. BRAHNIHG, C lA;".
was first attacked and the natives ran Then be sat down. Ills I 4

for cover at the blockhouse. Even t$ men and comrade officers! urged him to DAILY PAPERS., > "right," we must not fail to mentionTropical Office Hours From 9 ..m. to s p.m.
i retreat they stopped to shoot back, but go to the rear, but he refused to have : .

In almost ,every case the man bold the firing line until Colonel McCoy Fine .Watcn J 8welry Re>>airin[ '., .. 6ensraIBankingB-u 1 TBHHttd

enough to do that got a. bullet for his reached the spot and. rdered him to .

pains even'though he showed but the. retire.It IX ALL.DRAlCBES.Semlaole' The- -. 0 '_ I receipt.Colin Itr lluttfprotnhtlrrrmlttfd ttaIs aKht: and Hold e.CMI Ito day pitaclpatrt4 of.
of his head in rice furrow. Colonel .
top a -
took an hour of hard fighting to ,< '- .ttl U.lk'4lu1el.! 4454?
i(-.. lIcCoy, t the Colorados was .the capture old Maraqnlna. defended by Block, West Pam!, Beisl.
first American at blockhouse No. 5. ,
SOO natives. Everything went well on
proof that the soldiers were well led.
the lines under the new guard and
The first assailants of Balic-Balie -
when the.army was marched out Clematis Avenue ,
were, fired upon by Filipinos in blockhouse "
Malolos the Colorados were ordered
against -
No. 6 near which Company E p
? to stay and hold the fort In spiteof THE ALL 'ROUND
was stationed as ti reserve. When the Store
Supply -::
other- the appeal of Colonel McCoy to Join .
men saw companies'rushing
the lands. "That point (ttie
i Sun
through the village upon the blockhouse water station) must be held at all hair '::-Weit Palm Bsach. Florida -- =PHOTOGRAPHER
In the face of ripping! fire froma ,
stone chapel they became excited ards." telegraphed the commander, J. D. MATHIS ,Pioprietor.
adding by the way of a salve to
and shouted, "Let us go, too. captain! wounded ambition. "It Is sometimes. (licenser Brut i| Bakery u "No orders boys!" said the
my captain
firmly. unfortunate to be in command of,a My Motto-"Quick Kale and Small Fronts. Which enjoys a well merited reputation for Beach, and is BOW fully prepared

charging"Oh, the and orders.why can't Those we fellows" are thoroughly theless the Rocky reliable mountain regiment"braves Never-can Bakery .Goods_ and furnishing high-grade work.' THE SUN has do work to gratify his patrons. .

inscribe their flags the battle before -
upon .
It was the first charge of the Family Groceries
Filipino Malolos. March 25.: The Ne. the best equipped Job Office along the East
.war, and every sour looking on.burned .
to be In It.Finally some of the nativesat braskas had the front of the advance .:...MY Specialty. Coast and is better prepared now than ever Mo up. Ian Elect '
and started from their stamping
the village began to run down the Goods delivered free to'any partof .
ground on Maraquina road. Colonel before to meet all the requirements of the
l1neltowani' blockhouse Jfo. 6, hoping the City or across the Lake.An
McCoy went to the front with the line WEST PALM BEACH.
for shelter there. Seeing Gina AtteiUoa.
that Captain Orders Prompt
tucker and watched the work until the battle trade in that line.
ordered the first platoon of
was well on. Going back.to his Goods First-Class and Fresh. Highest
Company E to charge. The movementof '
telegraph station, he soon got a message prices paid for country produce.
this handful down the.line turned
saying "Send two companies at Bay of me and I will nave yon IROQ1. 69 I High-grade Work
the ,
fight around blockhouse into a _, .
once to connect with. Major DIggle'sright"
three cornered affair and cut it off ,:.'
from the Is the kind THE SUN does :1.
village so that not one fugitive ;
from the huts and chapel reached The companies selected were A and Geo. S. Hacker & SonMANUFACTURERS rand
M the the road
there: guard on Maraqulna
commanded by Lieutenant Colonel 4/1.
Blockhouse No. 6 was entered by the only kind. We have found throughan .
Mos s. It was a case of corralling the os' .
Companies 0 and F of the Colorados
< O natives and the men deployed in skin extending number of .,
Just as thecheer went up over the experience over a
wishing order. Company A,,under Cap- .Give. ;
taking of No. & The enthusiasm spread ,
lain Stewart, bringing In front of a that it do this for when
i. down the line and the First Nebraska, up 1 year pays to you .
series of rocks which formed a native .
daahed for and captured No. 7, while ,
fortress.. After sweeping the position once get a customer he will stick, knowingthat '
on the other side of the Colorados' bat- ,
with bullets the charged .
: company -
4 tkffieklthe South Dakota" boys "walked forward. A last rally and rush was what Is done for him will be done EIGHT,
right Into the enemy. as regular expressed -
e made within 100 yards of the last '
> a It capturing blockhouse No. 4.. and ia a manner that will be both pleasingCheapest
'" trench of the enemy. Captain Stewart
had taken perhaps 20 .lD this
A few hours after the capture of the paces and attractive.
last dash when be was shot down with
blockhouse Companies I and D were
wound that made him ,
a unconscious
elected to join a column which Colonel TheStill.
.' lie died In a few minutes. Earthworks OF .
Stotsenberg of the Nebraska was .
of the could have been ,
strongest And that's .
to lead for the recoverof the Manila Doors, Sash
taken at that moment by the desperatemen I
waterworks pumping stations.from the
i .hand of tire Filipinos. The natives who surged forward to avenge ;,'.
their captain's death but for the recall, Blinds, MouldingsAND "
were shelled out of the works on the after all.
of the advance. All'the line
: was or-
: 'f -
bank of Marlqnlna river while the -
dered wait for fresh .
to ammunition """
troops were taking the blockhouses.
rations and water.. Building Material
I ,
Before leaving they .disconnected cylinders : i
Soon after this battle and the deathof
and other, Important ports of Captain Stewart one of his men. CHARLESTON, S, C.ga' Even though you might be able to send else
the machinery.. Dashing forward In
Fred Kirby, wrote as follows In an- Largest Factory South.
; '. the wake of tlje shells and the pattermg where for your Stationery and save possibly
swer to inquiries about the regimentSaid Send for Prices.
: bullets which rained over the hillside
s he: a few cents on an order amounting, to several .
,, the Colorado boys swooped down ...; :
"You seem to wonder where the
upon ,the building and hoisted a flag, : '
Colorado boys are and why they. are .. dollars, remember that't me is consumed and'I
then took possession of the stone barracks "
not mentioned. Well, when this thing
:. : -, for a-dtadel-against the return started* the Colorado boys fought their : .. delays occasioned in doing so, and that if I ,
Of the Filipinos. Being in no mood for I
about 12 miles of unknown .
way over b t J" :;
further fighting with the captors of country and captured the arsenal and .".. mistakes should occur, you will have more .or ;, .
their blockhouses or thinking they had
waterworks etc. As they have madea trouble in them rectified '. i
rendered the works useless l. the natives lees getting '
name for themselves over and over
made no attempt to recover the ground. ,
again, they are guarding the works A Chance to do YourWHEN
But the works were at a standstill and -
where the water from that Anadvertisement
comes -
t llanlla In danger of a water famine. supCAFTAI3 :
.i The Sun Guarantees
.. A tedious soarch in all the nooks-and .
Crannies of the buildings in the wells

Of the vicinity and't'J1 In the deep .

'" grater of the river failed to bring to Satisfaction. I .

., 4 tight the important links which would .

let the machinery moving. inTHE ,
'. With great cunning the insurgents and is right here at home where it stands 4

had chosen the most convenient and
at all times and under all circumstancesto .
., most unlikely place for concealmentthe -
coalroom. where there remained a t- fulfill its contracts to the letter. II you Job11'Y I
i Idle of coal resting upon a clay floor.. tJ4' rr .

\ Underneath the center of the pile were are not satisfied with work you may have
the coveted parts but in the baste of will- : I

leaving under the pressure of the .> gotten elsewhere and wish a change in the .

American shells, the diggers had left .: paork 7 i',) I
t showing of fresh clay which attracted STEWART COLONEL MOSES. bring results style or grade of your Stationery, S

the eyes of Artificer Guy Hays of plies Manila. Any time we walk 500 II I

'/Company L Days' kicked the coal one yards from camp we get all the fight- .. .

lido and found soft soil to his feet lug we want, as the "niggers' are near Send in a trial order :

t .Getting a shovel lie began to dig. and here, and they want the waterworks and will i

then fell to work with him. Soon badly. So you can see. although per- anything you may need

whey struck some hing'hard, and In a taps, the Nebraska! regiments are mentioned -

r few hour the waterworks of Manila more often than ours the whole : bring 'em quick .
here gushing abundant supplies for world knows what the Colorado regiment 4It
office room-Letter Heads -
In the or counting ,
., the thirsty Inhabitants and garrison. has done for itself and the coun \
} '- try." Just Note Heads, Statements, Tags, Envelopes,
s Those exciting hours of Feb. 5 and Of the battle on the 25th Kirby said: tryit.Brelsford I

9 were followed by a long wait of the; "It was pretty hot I can tell you. I tt Card, Bill Heads, Bills of Lading, Counter

t Colorado! In the main works around could hear the Mauser bullets saying, t

Manila.! But on March 18 the regiment 'Fritz! ."'rItz.' but I guess they didn't ... Pads, Circulars, Dodgers, Hand Bills, Pam ,

} moved out upon the Maraqulua road wantme., I felt the wind from one .

1 to guard what It so gallantly wog six once near my ear and looked back and phlets, or in fact anything that you may want

t' weeks before the extensive water saw a little cloud of dust about ten

(work plant on Maraquina river. .The feet behind me. But all the boys bad ip the line of PRINTING- .

p pumping station reservoir' 'and pipeline the same experience, and there was not

t, .- connecting: offer a front, of four one that stopped. We Just kept peek-

's < :: Like exposed at every point to FillplBo ing away. From the first the niggers And will

attack., This line the Colorados kept up steady fire." Bros we ,

covered and Colonel McCoy at once Colonel Moses escaped In the fight of .
ia Jacksonville be lad visit
aet about finding what was on his Abe 23th. but was hot in the arm at nre

r front In way of fighting natives. lie !I Cafite on June 10. the last severe I Real Estate and Insurance, please you "sure. ri you your with Old Bare Friend ain,,lDry .who will sarprl .

Went out on'th ICth with 125: men fighting; of the regiment At Carite, ;

under Major Anderson marching upon only six companies went out with the PALM BEACH FLA. Goods Clo&lBg sad ,

4 tie' town of Old Maraquina. The In. regulars In the attack upon the insurgent GenU'D. Fnlnlahlagn__

f 'urgvnts were fortified thor and gave trenches toward raranaque. Notary P blic. Cottages to Rent. ( SINGER. Manage,

.a good 'battle, doing some especially The Colorados made 'spirited charge. Potoffir BnlMlDK.North of u Bridge atred.Rear RSOaVILT
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A LfDP FELLOWS.C- ..i I Nii [ rD9U T FOR Wes'. _t E. R.. Dl11IC ProprietorPalm ,: Mathushek PianosAte

b Eatioa m;. '"Begaededlodge DI'-1'* t..t La ies* Dress Goods, Ready t fame With NIBC,

'4'ht' ; 3'tJtie.' &Station LJ."let. taken. }I I!J Mat\e.Sfirt's, Underwear, Shirt r Planes That Have A Rfputattereootid

:ever Jll'fSOn'ho become a member ..11: un'V: 4ists, Hosiery and Shoes. Beach to none. Tly are the .,
it that cannot be lightly kin ubalh ii>i>U>odlbetr.l tit
i' 0 ;3r .sty cJbre.ltdcd or .;Dry Goods., :MenVJurnish'gf: : time an hau..ath.'hd'It'lQo.\f! ;
.urr To the Drug
o nd red. join
G T$ NO it 'responsibifetiea and NOLISe : ;" ritual inusicuuta ewjr .al. G
cif i di: bNohint a sacred r ;:*rct for thelesson r:, Store.and they Are Not
Lade; ale rlilaid 1RAglitc' --- .
duli-a Jtu .
taught and the posed.- .
rlleary htfrented
Iwdie Glea.ingi: old role\ pianos that bit ,
fuwcibly reminding us that the worth of :: t '0 :. .; '. : .
Cr LazeUe i offtovidejice-grand. mt1Inbc' ip1afnot in taking but in-fulfilling i for year and then c.!fu.td .
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dictator ot Rhode Island, was born in :: ? : < :" Pharmacy, "
Odd FellowsHerald _
Vermont in IS39. these obligations.. ;' :'IJ .;,'-" as "grrat bargain, Dor are
: :. 0 *u ,, ... ''' "
: "<''''6' fI. : ; 1. they "cheap, low-grail* piano*
member of fhd i: 'A "*ffe"not a competent witness' : -DEALt.1U' IN- made to ell ***t half prier"Every
tvder-tnanjrycari ag at,1et.kvsb, lUJgt}.rtt'isl...,.: '
i In 'Eieelsior' 'Th. California Odd Fellows'Old Folks' ; :4"" Piano Is New
Sj jsKttt. igftaEi"A M jnra rftiy** tffceaa* *:***** aR1G.i'-'iI' : nadi IB the
: : : Drugs Toilet Articles and every part It
i chat} another change in its jrarterinttindent/ : Malliuihek Factorv.wLich .
thiarioWl t t4>e Ddjnt p:1txtn ,. ... '
A _, '5 I, .i 'h and:4 : -'i" ; will
it .it
ma(4timsicl a guu&ntftLa.
;. .1 f\nft J' :1y t Lh d win.. rt Fine
,oftbe grand i Hilton and wife. Stationery and last a lifetime. -

lo JUfIilf.Y' lodge of Cliworth ,
:; Why Take Changes
efte alft.r lf. : of real
ttehrts+etgranddktator. -Todsr-tb""ftai and personal Druggist Sundries. on cheap pianos when the Old:
-' '
.' In property owned by the order-viz, the :.: .1' :: and Rt-tiah1.1taUau-t'k can l..
rs<*- *l 111 1t1'Idttirazrun OrP\DI'It};Old-Folks' hotae-will apt. _.. : '"1 4 II I'rescriptiousCartfuIly: Uouipnuii 1 hougbt at prices and term lo *

I ra seal Asaistknt'clec tdVraml.a'LAZXtii : dictator proximate f JW.OOO..,. v 9 '.t :.. I These are the : expressions East Coast RimincssKoiuited.WEST lulL,ou? .Thwart nun than :
and the deaf and being
The blind dumb .
loc;the iwo folio win ,was : 15,000 Malhiuliek i'istoa is ,
rears .
R ? nn'atle to'reciprocate'the means ofrecoraiUoiv PALM lihAt'H.| 6-11"\)1},
I erand vice dictator and.at the lat are.not eligible.A .. tile South. "You Should liar .
: heard
; 'a. which be on all
D i of the (rand lodge wu adracbeU staff captain must have absolute ." can UDt" .
', to ;police 'of.stand dictator. Be MaIs authority;which, of course, is by consent Chinese Genuine Matbuihek Pianos I
alw been an earnest worker for the and If the members oft staff are not Laundry
pta of IIpn0Jindjmefita the l':>rr milling' tf> lukndt, 4fb th.tir'I [sfibe ,sides concerning the'news I are only mid l>j fLUDDKX

beutjC 1j l r- I.. ,( captain tkey.)II'i&n1uotfaffl' l a.b n r & BATES H.H. II.
QUlng with September each member a stall.Tt>frLa I' WO KEE Proprietor.
columns of' Fred Kahn Maaajrr.
oat pay 40 cent tel the'B9ftRfi ,
the'assets of the lodges of 1'1..1

i d u a quarterly contribution to the British Columbia for the year has been .. Wilrts........ ....... ................ '". lOc 29. Eat Bay Su JacktODTille,
'et fu.j'l ., tl Ii/Vet- ? &21002. and the total seta amount to Open Front; ..?..._ .., ...... 2f.r25e ..
I of the subordinate lodges have the enormous sum of' $193,880.58, which (\JUan.._............. -..... ....... ....., 2Jie i -

trrtitlit1tOiItlM 2145 membeN. keii.! rI .. : ('noI ... .... ............. ..............;.....:Iel.adiftl.NhlrtWallltl. To Rent by the Hour of flay.
.It ,t1Q I The trustee are the-proper> Qstodiau>> .... ..'*...... Is.-
Suprzme Dictator Shannon who waa of the treasurer's and other official bonds. THELT'R.OPICAL ONLY HEW BICYCLES IS. TOW. !(. I
take m 111'atltte'seg'pftbe: supreme All funds notes, etc, -bulonsinz: to the '
FIRST-CLASS WORK GUAR.1olTEED.Banyan :: Next Door Nurtb ofTropbJ Saa Bt tk '
lodge baa entirely recovered. lodge should be.kept by the treasurer, \

a Deputy grand"dictator are 'Yl'I7"bUSI Too common is the 'thought that the Street WEST PALM BEACH. \V. R. )MITCHELL

ftow explaining theJIe..1a.t.., Order" exists for the individual member, ra Proprietor.

tka supreme lodge.UNITED. .. : while .the fact is that the; membership ..
.t. : a makes the order,and the order, like a -
WORKMEN. good home,' refll'lults blessings on each
member. <* .

...... G4.Ea...k For latttatoryWorkCalpi British Columbia grand lodge, since'its 8URKttARDT'S August =.. ..tl9'SPECIAL'
Prom Workshop.. institution In 1874, has paid out for relief
Initiatory wurk as bud .down in .the $22s- .... THE SUN."
ritual U.good enough, It it la done understandingly It (is pot.necessary for p member.witha TROPICAL
correctly, with spirit and withdrawal card to have rei.iJi.-vl within .. Guava Jelly-making time is now on in our aection. The Gtuva
wUiaat the aid of'booU'or tedious obi the jurisdiction of the lodge in"whicfi he
,. crop, owing to the recent bevy wind, is very short, thereby limiting
lays. There is no need to embellish the svtks membership lib months., :
work with neW Ideas run-in: 'i* have a lodges.are responsible for;those thry ; the,amount of this delicious table conserve very greatly.

tlmaT.*with a,eandidate. These bnovatktns put in the chairs.'.Thvy should keep their .0S'U"iN. Ever mindful of our customers we take this means of notifying oar

more often do harm than good. Too weather eye open and elect as noble winter patrons that we will upon request hold! in reserve for tattn any
frequently theare wanting in dignity, p and.the best man they hare; then Rive i : reasonable quantity of
The levity they are Intended to create de-. him good support in the other oSees. The ". .
troyi.the impresaiveoesg fthe Icswn chairs' lode are too 1IttE'n'filled by Our'Own Home Produot. Guava Jelly j4n .0ow
which the ritual U designed to teath embers Incompetent' to erl1'tfu. J per
Stick to the ritual t.1t"1. ifuod eno'ngk', piarge the duties simply from a desire or ,, ; The: OLDEST, .'and BEST or forward the same to their address.
Eansai Workman. custom of letting the offices go arouud.. Prompt notification desired,supplybeing in nowise equal Uxfemaad.
A decision b)'the bra'hdtm lster work-

tnaa of, Ohio that a man cannot becomea ... MASONC : published in the L. W.
newspaper BURKHARDT Finest GrocerieL
'BJeobefof'the arder- while his wife ,
saloon approved by tbe supreme .
runs a was :
Relgloas. Significance of the Altar.Eait Store 'Phone No.3. Residence 'Phone No.
lodge' Weil and South, County.. Each week they

Tb supreme lodge,decjded' ,that It is The Musonl?.altar U erected 'to God. Q 3.OOOQ"
legal but not necessary to elect'a 'pastmaster W'v't1 V'v
:r bis certainly gives: to this piece of lodge
workman\.,when, that, cheer bI.LYlcint'rtiat'th furniture contain
.cfioice'mcut a religious: Kignjfiea\ ncf ..wblrsll.uld .
be -
cornea '
clothe it in.. garment of veuera-
eouftaed. tp.members bolding the:;xa\ of ion, AroUnd it hare knelt thousands of .,pCr3 3'3fityt 3ti'S'nT vS +CvSdL U 3iraS;aiaDD3 D' .

past master workman. ., ,. the'.b ighteat and, best _of,,humanity' TUB GRIPPING BROS. CO.S
ft II' |
r\ The supreme" fodg reported-adversely Generations< f vtuen.bare come and gone All the News""t
oa the recommendation to establish p.to-:. aqd titles have crambl. *>-Into ruins, but.. FRUIT teicriptlv set llbstritt CtttbfMWhattePlutMdHowto

tat disability fund for, igea'andUisabledBiembers. I loi'here'fa'an'altar t nwe yon may bow I' -Tell.- 1
,, aid. seek: .Mistanra of that Being whatane Grow Iran t
io'tI) 'r. *
r : PROfiT
Hereafter Il' appIleahoa maT re- can protect amid dangers'and 'dilH i ; Let tae Great p
ceivd la the lodge and the apphcknt batloted -) ".\JtitKSnuare,and Compass.Pbysle4disqualification that: IS News*1 : !' ,1 :# I FAR floaty ftUktog FralU W tile _tk.

'for prior to medical examination, ; occurring aft- .. \. '. .--jt, ) Peaches, Flint, Peralsrmaea.
provided the same blank is used and er initiation'does'not necessarily, bar the, .. Huth.OrttdoTrees. NutTreesGrapealgasusaraaadsaw Pars;
lame- Information given 'as* afterward member from. advancement-tlrandLodpe ; ; :; -- Oran'rs on Citnt TnfolUt Muck. tkaxIAW

goes to the medical! elantl,err j .. .. of I'enasj-lveuia. '\1 Price. grove mi-ntal, orchard Ti ec, Rosea ut gard ind....c>ery ACdrt
The membership hi Kentucky June. I The ancient, craftsmtA w'as.employrd not only from West: Palm I
1 wgij4.19Z.wtt the average age re iq squaring the ashlar! 'The craftsman .1 ...CATALOGUE FREE.., The Oriflino Cros.-Co.

cSuct'lt to 40 jeanu! .. .of today, with'spotless aproni iaiiaarug t ,
,I The prizes offered grand lodges for new his actions wth( the square. virtue.. Beach immediate 'vicinity Nurseries! and Test Grounds it- .- POMONA NURSERIES. at

membership(far th* *omic a. year are, :It'cannot be denied that there are i Ma deDa", Jacksonville, Ft*. Q
12.000 to any Jurisdiction that will secure many men whq become Masons,.actuated FIT ft t4 .
a raid"f 25per cedt betwecn'Jane nut by a love of their fellow\ man nor but from all points 01 29&Ge&QWMli&W&Q& '!R9!+ A4 A4d N iaQd'44! 1 :"'"
and 1, 1000. that .
21. 1880. : ne provided desire to promote the cause :-of Fn&masonry. ._ ,
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the new men Vbipso secured shall not but rather from selfish mottres._ --

be less than \1 t ; The recurrence of every St John'i'day note' on the Lake and along THE EHRMHN i
Arizona .uu-Ji* Mexico: now form a invites Freemasons. to' gauge their .
'. aeparat jurisdiction, as ai9Q.does (JoJorado. practice by their, professions in order tQ .
", > r : H' Is now open for Winter Travel. ,
f determine whether their minds are loyal the railroad thus makingit
MEN.IaataasReaery.tIan' to truth and their hearts to love... HKST; 01' ACCO UlOD, TI0 .-TABLE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS.X3ath .
RE .
In Pennsylvania tbere'are S29! lodges.. ': in Connection.' '

t *Rapid Growth .with a total ,membership of 54,000 and .easily : 'Rates ItaisonuUf. Short UiMiuu-e from the Depot
121 chapters with 11.:OO. Royal .Arch
Short Talks.' Masons. Address Mrs. S. E. EARMANn',ST PALM BKACII. FLA.
From the advices at hand it would
teem that the order in Indiana has certainly Speculative. Masonry'encourages prog-
t made large gain in membership.A ress and stimulates to exeellence.inall'
that tendd to the illgnityt'usefunes.audhappiness The Leading Family Newspaperof '
surprisingly accessions la to nre memberhhjn number} of tribes of 25 report or of mankind.A TRAVELERS

taught entered'apprentice, ,
f more and it seems quite probable that badly : onewho
the gain for the great sua,will be larger does not appreciate the step be has NK\V MANAOKMKN: -
r, than ever before and the total member- taken, will jutrdly ,make a good fellow-

ihip.will, reach nearly* if i iot.quite?XOOOU. ,- craft or intelligent: master Mason. .There Dade County. FELIX GARCIA, Prop. Jacksonville. Fla. .
t To obtain this number the gain Is. therefore, no place in all the work of .. _.
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must be 2,681. the- ktdgltwUttffc, UilUlft. ,tuL.WOk .
should be done than in the first degree. I Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Paths, Complete bet vice. j 4
11u binding Ma. tits '. '
motto of the order teaches kindness add' The more differences there are betweenthe The Best $2.00 per day Hotel in Florida.
I THE SUN. wel-
he who tr4 II, to 'practice its teachings usages and customs of.the Freemasons Already a
should ay .DOiDlace Ip the ranks of, the : .and the ProfUU the better It. is for, Take car at the Union 1'epot and ask the i on : Red Men. F nB. !.'1.
1 JmproV Order !. ...'. .. j" ) visitor to
Chippewa tribe of Philadelphia has admitted I l Knights. I h of .PFthl.. .; d ; come nearly every -

IT in this term.
new The Dramatic 9rdej-u Anights of the
Wlfigaersheek tribe of Gloucester lost KhornssanT B('pafUl'Ularlt1 Iesrgnltd to home in this section

Its wigwam by fire recently create a greater, broader and better acquaintance ,
There has been an awakening among among Pythians furnishing and its many attractive Gl1Et4 G. 'ST.nott1Vl.
torn of the sleeping tribe In the'Iowa a middle ground upon which the membersof .$.
reeena ou. s ,y t ill ;, >. J.It J Different lodgos can meet-mingle and features are bringing S -* DEALER IN as...
know one another: thus breaking down
.. Ateaa.m. those lines of separation that too,often .
aeTaS s
A member la good standing at the comBwaceDent exist as between members of separate recruits to .its ranks each $ Staple and Fancy Groceries:

of more than one weeks sick lodges or organizations., .
Best or disability and within six months The charter of the Knights of Pythias week.
fjrem the date he received the degree and cemetery in Philadelphia prohibits the Grain and all Food Supplies. ?
a who remain in,good standing becomes burial of colored persons. within, their
beneficial at the-expiration of the six boundaries .
months and from that date U entitled to Past Grand Chancellor Will M. Narvia. .

tick benefits. of Muscatine .has received the highest JudiciousAdvertisers PRODUCE
: ,
The membership. of 'the order- U was 190 WO. coaler having been elected grand master .',: "f" ;". <: Always Fresh, Kept ia Stock.:
An appropriation of 11,000 was.made workman of the state. ,
by'the supreme council to U expendedby j ny"'one visiting the l lodges throughout Your Patronage Solicited -

the executive'committee who were the various domains must at times pause
empowered to prepare a.new ritual for and wonder whether-all the varied forms 4.U West palm Reaoh Fla.
adoption at the, next session of the supreme of initiation BOW'in Use afe.i tended,to a
council convey the same lesson. .

Past Supreme Regent Hazxard suggests Realize this hence the free I
that the use of the word Arcanumite I Knight and Ladies of llo.er.That ,
to designate a member of the order I the""adininlstfation"of' John' IX -
be discontinued and the word Ananiasba O'Keefe grand Drotector,. and George use which they make of its ATTENTION MERCHANTS!
Cochra, grapd secretary of Mj t*>onri. .
I 4
The New tnteadlt Jersey supreme court has sue' will be'a succ Ssfl\l'oni,is being' iiani- colums and its increasing ., .

tained th* right of.the Iloya) Arcannw to' tested on all bides'Suboi-dinate In lodges VanI 'THE MIAMI BOTTLING WORKS
that have been indulging a Rip
expel from membership a member con popularity as an advertis-
> I I Winkle sleep for the past two terms ant
.Yicted cf i felony has been showing signs of twakening'and ant pnt-Itfi III prepared to.deliver, KXPRESB PREPAID to all responsible parties .
The new application form g' forth extraordinary efforts,'to in. ing.medium.
; ." TN: form'ot'1893 wilI ttill'be !
la ued 'crease their membership. BOTTLED SODA, POP, GINGER ALE, etc.,
1, the word "rate" being
! legal after
r the
.,A. trued and "amount" substituted. In Kentucky $9,000 .WII paid to Pairesage of Dade County Utrchjutt Solicited sad Satihf tcUiII24tf Clunke'..-
to June ,

!< '. Be..t.. *..".... faui"f I i o-t..J'n1eb1be'gkt f Malta; U II U U, 1 Boarding at, :Reasonable Bates.: r. CAS1 ELlu\XO. 1'rop.Subscribe. R MIAMI 'LA. x }

t _. A dauw affecting%ulcW wiB btf iasertcd -:
i unless There are now :five commanderies of is accommodate hoant'erA at her
'" It Told to
making MRS EVANS prepared -
: the policies -
fl-' 11- In the order in the' District of;C umbla.r ;
. the insured has been o' member. threeJerL Supreme Commander Samuel is makingan well known boardipjr house l on Clematis Ave., Plow to F K.C.Rv;; depot. for: The Sun

the various ja.tisdlctiona ,
extensive trip though .
order will be .
conclave'of the
The. net* ,; ,1 ?: ---CALL OH 11 EB FOB BATES. AKD Boons.- ,I-t'LJ
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Pioneer Paper of Dade County" ,.Florida. The heart-strings of THE Stet man yean Chaoncey M.Depew,
.. were wrung to a finish this week ashe low,Senator Depew, made this preiicton CROCKERY
TROPICAL SUM PUBLISHING COUPAXF perused the labored effort of editor ( in a public address: V

GUY:L MBTCAJ.P, HDITOL VatherIj in last week's Metropolis In five Tears from.today there will V ; % FURNITURE

Wanting to say something and having act be an Independent bnsineat man
U9USHCD EVERY THUMOAY, is any large or in any considerable
AT WEST PALM BIACH,DADA COUNTY FLORIDA. nothing to say, wanting to dosomethingand place in the United States. Every All! Kinds ef Seat Orate*
. not knowing how to business will be in tbe hands of a raTi.wueDoanlad.5dWsSbw
} at
,SVBSCRIPTOK PRICE 92.00 A YEAR. do it,the spectacle of his grief and which strong U called but orjaniiatioa It will V destroy d All Kinds of Flying Tttkle'tsdKa $prtIi JlthGuo1 .
discomfiture wa indeed pathetic. all opportunity for independent -

.. Sintered'at the Pottoffice of Went Palm Beach Worried and harassed by the presence energy or competition or for .,.ae aaa aw.a.Lateru. PliM lUrrtam e KcniieMpnstaM.GUswareLa : ..... KM4y itixca1. Faint
u second claN tastier.THURSDAY that rise of young wen which we .....
Itd Ortf 6h. r..u&+ IWor
which the r*
of the Land
Sunny have touted hu beea one of the .
-. Metropolis says one week is devoidof great opportunities of thii country. --
AUGUST 24, 1899.
and This prophecy hag pretty nearly ,. __ ,
circulation and influence every LKADIKG BUSINESS FIRMS "" .. ',,'0' ,
week finds'worthy of valuable spaceto become fact since the present admin

revile and ridicule., it now goes istration came into power, and it is Whose Cards Appear !. Ibis Paper, A GUARANTEED PAINT

into conniption fits over the discovery strangely noticeable that Senator,
I Classified AipaabetictSy. t
1 INTnH of a mare's nest. It imagines Depew is not having much to fay on .
that it has discovered ,a foul plot this subject at the present writiwr. ARCHITECT: P AIUA.Jf PAIHTSAre f

whereby THE Sex ,is to invade its As a Republican Senator he has suddenly T D Brown West Palm Beach

sacred field competitor.. Worse,, lost his interest in the destruction --Is' Guaranteed lOt to Chalk Crack Rub Off. Peel nor Blister. Art set

it fears, or nays so, that snch A move of opportunities "for independent 'BANKING: affected by Salt Water or Sea Breezes, and...are giving better s tlsfactioathan )

would carry with it the sanction and energy! or competition, or for Dade County State Bank soy other paint known. It is the coming paiat ia this State as U to .

Ito support of Miami'b business men. that rioft of young men which .we ... West Palm Beach particularly adapted to the climate of Florida. .
Don't get uneasy Bro. Featherly have boasted has been onb of the

You*will be duly informed when such great opportunities of this country.:' BARBERS: I.
Wm Schaudt, West Palm Beach
amore i* undertaken. Until then Milo Cooper West Pain BeachBICYCLES EDWARD WILLIAMS

i keep on your nether garments and .IN THE ARTICLE on Florida's Railroad __-.5- .

. resteasy. The Met i opulia has nothing Commission taken from the : Aeat for Carrara sad Parish Paints

,tv frf that THK: Su.x ('O 'eta. We wen Kiaaimmee Valley Gazette and Gto S Adams West Palm BeachW .'
reprinted -
vr R Mitchell West Palm Beach 28 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE FLA.
in Pautt years More. another paper on the last paJ'CPoftbLt paper,, I 11 ,
was here and now we have
published there are some salient truths and BOTTLING WORKS:
four or contemporaries, and ware wall. The tribute to
some (errors as C Ckstell&no.; MiamiBUILDING < .
here yet, with both feet and all the F. E. C. Ry. misstates in a ..' LEGAL NOTICES.Ii PROFESSIONAL CAf.

IU'RING our feathers. measure the conditions. Three cent SUPPLIES:

11i ;j4UTUERR Naturally one might: wonder what' fares are not in force and never bare! Chaa Welshans JacksonvilleGeo NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.DKPARTKKKT I r'tV.

oifftdions this mental agitation oi the been save on round trip tickets, and Hacker & Son. Charleston S C. .I;,METCALF,

genius presiding over the Metropolis. all ... or ".. iHTguoB.' .. ) AttORN" .Ar.
not to points on tbe line. On LAS Orncg: AT Guamviu. LA.vJ .

I ARE NOT A FEW pa'trio A glance at the news columns will this road) the milage books were also CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS: 81.r 4,-ISU9.JNotice NOTAR, HtWS.
I* hereby rhea that the Jotlowim
decided in their minds discover the sad information that withdrawn from sale, which the Franklin Sheen West Palm Beach named settler has Bteiaotict cf hit intention to wm praettea Ie Coot.itsu aM h 4nl
who have own Coua.
make Anal proof in of his elar and
support "
that "Uncle Bob" Davis had nerved tried in the scales of official responsiliility Gazette elsewhere designates as a i ... that said proof will hi made before )oe. 8.Rellly LAND SALES A STKCULTT.OfiMteTm .
,U. S.CommisnionCT at Jupiter Fla.011 ncAL 8m Neck
the of hLi
long enough in,Congressional Hulls by party allegiance breach of faith on.the part of the DENTISTS: Sept 9t 1(99 tit: west Pate Beat, Me Vuasty. I.r4s.

and each one of them is equally satis- he has been found wanting and castoff railroads with the Commission. The D A Thomason.West Palm BeachL .,Ratmut Jfort/N Sparvath, of Stuart FItJ.,
1 without even the opportunity to second breach of faith with the T Daniel Cocoa Hd 23919 for the N."of It W.*.Sec to.T*38 8L CLAIR-ABRAM
f fled that he ia the only! and proper came 8..R.41L ALEX .
name his own successor as Collectorof failure of the F. E. C. Ry as well as ----..' He oaatei the foUowtlllwttAeues to prove kiroatiououi .
to wearthose Raid Congressional
tioa of
one resUeace poa and culUf ATTORHI'.AT4AW,
Port, Too much of a weight tor the other roads to restoie the sale DRUGGISTS: aid laud,YIa: W.H. 8mhliof SewaltaPoiml.HU. .
': shoes Prominent among the aspirants ; B.Simuwn,of Stuart. Fla.; H.C.olaea JiCK30 TIU ru.Prutke
:..,.., are Frank Clark Frank Adams I his own party which has repudiatedhim of mileage. boob upon the passage 8 E Dtmick West Palm. Beach of Sturt, alb: Robert UefherioB,of SUart. ia all the press Coals.State ass

and Duncan U, Fletcher he assumes a new role, and an by the late Legislature of the anti- V 15 Via'W..G.ROBINSON. Regirter.N Federal.12Y9.9e.. '
interesting; one; lIe becomes the I scalping bill. Be fair Brother. Don'tlet DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING: 7'27. !
Thomaam &Brown West Palm Beach .
# V disinterested "independent" consoler FOR PUBLICATION.
special favors misinformation
< i or
4 Mr J Frank West Him Beach
THE DEMAND FOR FAXCY PINE 8UP8 of those County Commissionerswhose any other consideration lead ,you to I Carl Schrebaick. West Palm Beach DCPAKTUBNT or TEX ISTEMOB) 1. {
official conduct has occasionedand Iran Ornu AT QALNUTU.LC:, FLA.,> 4w
this season I* exceptionally heavy. "make fish of one and flesh of an -..'-- JaijT 2*. isua.j UTORNEUJTdAW

Moat grower who are starting new merited so much public censure. other" when dealing with these corporate FERTILIZERS: Notice U hereby ghrem that the following
named settler wiled notice of iaUattoa to St. AtxstiTma. Pu.
plantations or enlarging old ones This is well 'This is just as 'it violators of law. They all,each Wm A Bonn& Co Jacksonville ,make final roof in wpport, of lUI coin,u4 5-1"99 .
should be. How natural that the that aU proof will be made before la* R
varieties and and should be held Little Bra
are planting fancy preparing every one to ReUtr.. 0.>8. Comaiidoner at J.piter. r.a.OIt
to cover them. It baa been leading party wreckers of Dade Democracy strict compliance with all reasonable ... Sept 9 1899,vU:
WUHtm H. Smith of Sewallt Foist Flo. C. HOOD.N. D.
pretty well demonstrated that the those Palmer-Bufkner- enactments of the Commission, and FIRE INSURANCE &REAL ESTATE: H.
Hd5 for the L W X of L B. l(.lee 19
choker varieties well cultivated and McKinley advocates who are still ear the more prone they seem to evade Brelsford Bros Palm Beach W. ,f-oI N.8. H l<* Iota a)lad 1(.B. "of N. PNFIIWAN IJI O aulOLol

properly covered not only precludes deep in the public crib, should find and ,violate the more stringent Wallace R Moses West Palm Beach W.He F.Mimes See.p.the b.toHowing 38 8..L witnetaea n R- to prove his 0. and a..rtaiM MAT Royal frtartaiaBoUl.

disaster from freeze, but is more un ardent admirer and spokesmanin should be the enactments controlling inFURNITURE eontinBona aid Und.vUHana raid ,8i...ona,of BtMrt Fla.: R.U. SparrtlH.of ,
the and of back. : '
field cultivation person paper a them. of I
profitable by far than open Stuff Fla.i Titus Hut Hobe Soaad. Fla.
of h rgeareas. number, cast-off Republican who ... D E Cooper Mfg Co, Jacksonville- 7-17 W.G. ROBINSON. Regbter. T.D.. BBOWX '

.: .' (can't get over the natural soreneea SEVERAL OF FLOBIDA'S STRONGESTmen -Is'GRAIN NOTICE FOR, PUBLICATION. ARCHITECT AD III/Ull. .
from kick-of his i AND SEEDS: t
resulting a vigorous
I politically are in the race for DtrAatuiMT OP THE iHTauoa,) Place aa4 padikattoM"...... J .'"
FEW PEOPLE BEAUZE FULLY the party mule? the Governorship nomination. Whileit Wm A Boars & Jacksonville IAJCD O ics' AT G4IlfItiYILLile JII1'141699 FLA..V Jobbing work ftvea pest stt.atlas d '.......---. >

amount o; tiesirable land for varied THE SUN il1 i truly full of unutterablesorrow is some time yet before convention --- ..' Notice it hereby mea that the following poiDattraittrcct.Ell. .
there is to be found Dade at Bro. sad HARDWARE: named settler has filed notice of hi*intention to
products FeatheHy's per- it ia well to have the candidate make final proof in support of Ills claim and POTTEK M. B.
County, Along the "horse-back die ment, but we congratulate him before the that their M E Grtber, West Palm Beach that said proof will be made before Jno. B. i .
S people position Reilly, D. 8. Commissioner at Jupiter Fl-, on
ridge" that .ex tends fron Delray'to on his kooo-t i;btt'dnt'8& in discovering on public questions of the day maybe -., Scp&9t 1899&yi&;+ 1:8PAUl turn. VUN

W Neptune are numerous stretches of where services are moat needed ascertained and their record of HOTELS: (Hat Simmons, of Stuart foHd. ?
.;zl9&. lor the lot i(or B. X of N.B. X) See.
as fertile yellow aub-80illand as cane i and by whom they will be most ap- loyalty to the people's interests maybe The Earman House West Palm Beach 'lad Lotj(or W.X of N.W.l,)Sec.8,Tp.j.*.. .8. BURMIAH.H.D.
; be found eny where, while themuek preciated. Dade's Three" Commissioners Mrs James McCann, West Palm Beach a.41 R-
He the toUowinf witnesses to his
looked into. The prospects now UBH prove
The Travelers, Jacksonville SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN
coatlnuou residence and cultivation of
the from Fort upon
lands along vanal also came in for congrat
that the said via H.Smith, of Sew.Us Point,
are people are not disposed ._ ...- land : W.
Lauderdale to Jupiter cannot be ulutions-eo here's ours. All get into KU.:A. M. Spanrath, of Stuart Fla.; H. C. Eya sad Eu .atilt. :,
to leave the matter of nominations OUen of Staart FU.; Walter Yitchi g. of
surpassed if indeed equalled anywhere the same politcal bed where you I JEWELERS: Stuart Fla. Office at BeaMeM-IaltaIN Ce&....
solely to tbe politicians the coming Idner& Son West Palm Beach.LAUNDRY : 7-27 W.C.ROBINSON, Eexistcr. ......
in the Sunny Southland. beloiig and be as mutually happy as I
campaign. And it ia well. When .
I you can and along as you can. NOTICE .
the i
voters at large realize their right : .

NEWSPAPER CHANGES seem to be and duty to name .candidate, as Wo Kee West Palm BeachLAWYERS LAUD OFICI AT G or AmtaviLiB TH.IHTBKIOR.I,Fl.,.,> Office: Corset ClenaU A'..aaJ OUre IL.
well as to elect them it will be the July 14.1899' WEST AIM axACB.rt*.
the order of the day in Florida. The WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY followingclose ... i Notice U hereby riven that the following AU Made of modern utistry know to the
better for Florida named settler has Bled notice of his intention to profeMkin. told crown and kridse-w wm .
West dailies the heels of
of the of other
purchase on a score : make final proof in support of !all claim a d specialty. Teeth extracted without pal*.
H rald' and Key of, the Golf, and :Important inventions tends to cause .i W I Metcalf, West Palm Beach that uid proof will be made before Jno. B.I Office ..
Reilly, U. S Commissioner at Jupiter, Fla. oafVtlS Hoars: .\0 II a.a sad I&8.,
their consolidation by their new one to stand agape with the constant AN EXAMINATION of a chart of the Frank W Pope,Jacksonville: sep&. Y11; 10-11-98
/ C. OltOr, ./ Stuart. Fla..
Alex St Clabr Abrams,Jacksonville
order, TJ, Appleyurdis one of the iteration-'-What next?" The closeof movements of the recent hurricane, -S _.. Hd.uu>for the N.B.U Sec%Tp.)8 S.. R.41H

; several we note. At St. Augustine the Nineteenth Century witnesses kindly furnished THE Sun by Observer his He contiBnona names the residence following upon wiuesiei and cultivation to prove L T. DANIEL, 1

the News and the Herald have been such marvellous chances improve- Cronk of the Jupiter Weather Bureau MEAT MARKETS: of said land vi*:&Simmons,of Stuart Fla.; e
Curd Scnroedc r.of Stuart Fla.; Walter KUchlag. D' 1 1 I S 1,
purchased by Mr. Thompson, of ments mechanically, retrogression reveals the remarkably close ,A B Otwell, West Palm"Beach It of Stuar, ,Fla.* .: W. H Smith,of Sewalla ,

Jacksonville and they, too, are to' physically and socially, progress intellectually escape this very point on the coast Will Whidden.It.t 7-17 1'0lDI. Fla.. '? W.G.ROBINSON, Register. COCOA: IHDIAS UTKI.FLO.IbA.M SU I

I be consolidated. L. C. Vaughn of' and a general overthrowand had from destruction. AB|usual the ... .

the Orlando Sentinel has toll out demolition of theories scientific, Gulf Stream was our lightning-rod MUSIC HOUSE: 66 wALLACE B. MOSBS i
to engage; in the banking and brokerage that one can but wonder what the conductor. Ludden & Bates' M H, JacksonvilleNOTARIES -
Snectutr It A. W.lobutp I
buisneas in New York City. dawn of the Twentieth Century has .t. -.5s -
The purchase of the Sunday Call at in store for us. Verily the conditions FOB FIVE OB sir YEARS THE SUN PUBLIC: Agent for W.Palm hell Tows Lon, sow t.
Jacksonville by a stock company social the unrest universal of W R Moses, West Palm Beach west Palm Bear' Water Wor.in. I
has urged the desirability of our I Metcalf, West Palm Beach ROTARY rfBUC.Ckmatln i
and iU conversion into an evening mankind on this aa on other continents Guy Avruce,Mar(Mi ra Street.RANXUM I
good housewives planting a liberal --- ..' WHEN IN 2OAMLA ouat wins Ps1_Rowel.norw. t
daily with Robt. McNamee, ex- are sufficient to give rise to '
1 supply of guava bushes about the NURSERY"STOCK
I speaker of the House of Representatives grave doubts aa to the outcome of : '
home. The history of four years B Beach West Palm Beach : IHXXM. OXO 0. IUTUC&
at I he editorial helm is another it all. Perhaps it is well for ns all John Heal for 25 Cents.
.past shows an increased demand for _. Spare ft BUTLER.suzvims .
change. Aid it might be said that that the events of the next decade or I this fruit that in Dade grows so prolific .5'PHOTOGRAPHER SHEEN
East Coast at least two veiled from We have : MHO ctmOOM fHlIlII.
the changes are are us. Comfortable Rooms and
and that is best
so easily
J B O'Donoghue,West Palm Beach I at writ Pa. BeaekLaada
however that the
quite signifieant.m faith outcome by the market prices for those five Clean Beds.... legally subdivided sad BAM fw.Uhed. .
will] he for the betterment of mankind. --.' sleeting aad grading laada, toenWBgaadeaUuatUixUiiitMraaitetUlty.
years, viz: 25 cts., ;50 ct&. 75 cts.. !**..
WWLE TUE Sex HAS NEVER BEEN: $1.00 and PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS: but and correct work par........ AUrmaaieaUona .
thiayea- $1.25 bushel
\ So : per by mail rvcelT ernapt ttun.
of Wilkinson Call R B Potter West Palm Beach ion. UaiMudBlMfriut at Lows.l m.
we *
\ I a supporter for the fruit at home.'' Will someone II C Hood 10HN ERRICKSON eel. WEST PALM BEACH FLA. li7MPI
cannot withhold) our admiration oi a SELDOM is IT TIIAT TUE EFFORTS of please point out to THE SUN a crop .N S Burnham. ..4S. ,

man like the "Ocalu Editor" Bro. a fenrlasa newspaper are appreciatedby that can be grown at so slight cost, .. PROPBIKTOK EOBGE 8. ADAMS
Harris of 'the Banner who is eo these most beuefitted its ,
vigorously by with so small investment that yields PINEAPPLE PLANTS: MIAMI, FLORIDA.
rmnting the, n>tll'ctioDllllnl\ i-hampionsliip. ,The idea cornea to
enormous profits? G C Matthams, West Palm Beach Deputy Supreme Comma 4tr
; Barrasrus heaped upon the ex-.. naP us as we note' the exception in the KNIGHTS Of THE MACCASftS -

t tor by several Florida's V timeserving I case of' the recent lockout of the RETAILcRO For tk. Stab of IIttIH. t

i; sheets, simply because he left cigar-makers of Tampa. The only THE NEW LAW REQUIRING HOTELS to W West Palm Beach s: Subscribe THE SUN will institute Teats aay waert U the 8UU. )j

Lie Senatorial position a poor n.an, paper that dared call for justice for have practical fire escapes in every J L F Oliver Bnrkhardt West Palm BeachJ For laforwathin address ...

ir after eighteen;; or more years ol the workingmen was the Herald. guest room is a step in the direction D Mathis, West Palm Beach OEORQB 8. ADAUMl89 ,

public amice. Too many today' When the men finally won out and of public safely Dade County's bonifaces .. Glen G. Strohm West Palm Beach. "-- Weat Palm Beaek,Ftortd

judge of the service of a public official secured what they sought, their first should not lay themselves ,.. GEO. H. MALTBY

by the size of t be'fort une be may act was to publicly recognize the liable to heavy fine by failure to SHOE REPAIRING: OE3HNOLE BARBER SHOP. .

baTe accumulated when in office, sympathy and help of their newspaper comply: with the provisions of Ibis W R Mitchell, West Palm Beach -DIALER IN- Wm. Sehaudt Proprietor.

hence the sneers of those who point friend, and to vote that papera important enactment. ... Household ( Formerly at Hotel Royal rolacmaa. .

the huger of worn at ex-Senator' substantial token of their appre- **. STEAMBOATS AND MACHINERY: Furniture

Call's poverty today. The loyaltyof ciation. At their jollification ban As PREDICTED Frank Cl rt's cigar Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co i office Only White Barber la the To...

Uro. Harris today ia equal to his quet the Herald was the recipient of ette law has been knocked into a ... Jacksonville West Palm Beaek. Florida.

devotion to Call before the latter the first toast offered, and its editor cocked hat by the division of Judge
was shorn of official- power add the honored guest of the occasion. R, W. Call, of the Fourth Circuit. Abe Safranek & Son, West:Palm BeachTRANSPORTATION SuppliesA BABBEB SHOP

plare, and for that loyalty we admire Such oases are "so seldom" on the Clark's, fads and freaks consumed .. CitY

him, even while we differ as to desert of journalistic experience that valuable time at Tallahassee even SPECIALTY. Baayaa Street.

the public worth of the. ol.j jt of that they are worth the mentioning when if they did.bring him the notoriety LINES: .

pllt'd they do loom up in sight sought. Ocean F B C Ky S S, Co.Jacksonville Jacksonville West Palm Beach, Fla"w I tgtt 1IU.Ocoottll,"""


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.-"..'' 1"i- :. Why. -:.-.ee' ..aey V.laja. D. 1 : ( Bake a Ba. Pell t lea aadPiskt .
e2 r 3' Wot Batee Prices. I I1rOWTORXADOE I I f fI $4.altte: to. Pit Tile> WUhla i'lft With ru. k

The, "People. 'Have. Shaken Off A correspondent writes as follows: i .hank: W.the landers Jleaeh of of Sturs All. Mich Every Seventh Year God Sounded M. W. H. (Coin) Harvey who WI

"If the quantitative theory of money : ; recently been tearing Nebraska fa '"
I MAYBE has built himself a floating iaand and It Israel.
.Monopoly's Shackles.'
,.y to true why are not the wages of the : interest! of the national campaign fund. tIn
has it anchored tn a little lake near Ida ,
.. "" i iI I
.. ...,: .;. !' ;. French laboring: classes higher in the I TURNED. 'borne where be can spend day after an interview In the Omaha World,
;.... ft[* '
same ratio as their'per capita circula- .-.-- jI day it'either for the of Herald, concerning the attitude of tbJ
w : tion Is higher than wirer '! Dr. Brady Ex lal..'tae PUWUeh 11i work or recreation.. He proposes to people toward the plan said: .

The "quantitative theory" Is simplythis He lira SabailUed make bland to order when! letters -- The proposition BOW I*for the people

: That the exchange value or purchasing i t. the Oo..ra.eat Aatb.ritieaCorbaa issued at for Every Fiftieth Tear There Wa
3 ; .verBteat Owaa the patent are Washington ; a to mate a business of politics, as a fewj
"II1I'a.a.1 of to -
'-i TclecraBh .U.ea -I. to power Its quantity money of money proportioned accordingly tloa o' OaaaoB aad I his dire invention soil you arcuipeiago are a million? BeehMlnff Bttweea Rich ana Poor. men in the east in their self interest

., i *.*! ,Pw r D... Hot ,Best IB the that as the quantity of Usatala a.... you can have an of a. Today LesUIatlaa Should Be lathe have made a business of politics la tb.
S your' ov.n If you choose, whe; It you
I: .
: Baaa* .( the PlatoentSoTr..pa money to Increased the value of each laterert Both Capital aad past We can succeed as they have sic-
tl GNtkia'tTi may summer or winter free fi the
M e ; .L. St a.rpl. ye+L unit will diminish provided of course a5t tttt<'a'e15t3rn vulgar gaze( but still g reach 4 any La" ceeded, and our success mans the pre-

; 'Ne Zealand!}* peopled'almost enttrely that other condition remain un Dr. Edward Francis Bradyrllhile water resort In the-wtuuL In the society; of Palestine. In the perity cf the tnaaaes It means a betters

b f those*of Scotch descent It changed. Money being cheaper price connected with the government weather Indeed tills Island IK a most a ms church of the priests and Levitea government a better civilization sad;

taa* land:of. keen bargalnI Industry, will rise. It will take more dollars to bureau, designed a tornado turner modatlng spot. It is constructedIts that among the wealth and want of the people the greatest good to the greatest nuto-l
buy-a given amount of property. If '
y 'thrift and-orthodox Presbylerlanlstu.Nat the 'quantity of money Is diminished and sent It to the authorities for approval. platforms are high ahd dry bove God set up barriers against man'snatural ber. .
water.'where no wave can spta It Ton will .. what the people think
being densely populated, good laudfaT the effect Is reversed. Dollars becoming selfishness and will to dominate -
has and is
"I formulated a theory says Dr. no rocking motion pe 1 and he remembered the of the movement by my giving 1.1
comparatively cheap and social scarce,' likewise become dearer | poor in
stable it floats at
Though : Ight
.. Brady "which I claimed Is explanatoryof upon
problem do not press for solution,an That la,-,:each ,dollar will buy' more the cause of the destructive action in casks, there la no danger of their ji 4.-. I.I their misfortune! and the slave in his some of their expression ,

Insistently they.do here.. Tilt.canny Prices will fall I, tornadoes and also explanatory of;the taring. It can be towed upon anylwaFLOATING bonds, and the homestead in equity, One man. a farmer who pledged. fSS

Scott of New Zealand are not ''In Prance there to about $-io per reason whytorgadotciouds reach the and he set a bound to man's ambition to this fuD4..ich 1

g 'visionaries 'tbcy .are not enthusiasts capita while we only have a little "understand this 1 raLie meet S40t,
1; ; ; earth rather than remaining at the nand and greed that be could not pass. Every -
more than 22. Why' tben. asks our bushels of wheat each wtrdi
: they are rndt,: reformers They are year BOW
: elevation maintained by clouds, and seventh year God Bounded his trumpet
correspondent, are not Siagesnearly brings me about 1250. If we win I ==
r. merely sound headed and clear beadedme -
also explaining why cities and village of liberty and
twice as high In Prance as In America? equality; through wheat will be worth ft a bushel or|
:5 women, all bent on accumulating -
In the storm's path its fury. It '
escape Israel and fiftieth
property and determined so far An attempt will be made to answer the Is a fact well known to eleetrlclans'that every :year a "jubllee' more and that means it.kstt t 500 for ,
" question simply and clearly. If Prance reckoning between master and 600 bushels of !
wheat to
my or a profit
: u political questions go. to so act,as electricity prefers a
best the' Interests.It were entirely segregated from the rest I atmospheric: servant between ricb and poor be- me on my investment of t'33 of |32&
to promote common
short route though a conductor to
poor ,
tween high and bumble. ,
happens that these New Zeakndefi of ,the world living ,within, Derselfy the first year.to
a long one through a good conductor.
"Ah I" the modern socialist.I
having no business connections, with; says Another said
ban adopted a*' good business It to in this proved fact thkt llghtnln; :
other countries and with all other "That's just what we want a division J
that are Inthis conditions 'Thi.l. better than life insuraeca
propositions, public arresters are ernployitt m telegraph of of
country called popocratiaia. social, the same as ours prices In that flees. The galvanic current'follows the .v property liberty and equality-no You don't have to wait to die to b
rich no I" Yes but ..
country would be higher than ours In poor my the
r' red landed anarchy and other game.
beta good conductor and makes no effort fora
tetmaingonsbtenl Iny their meanings proportion to' her large per capita ofmcney. ground connection. this land of America is not Palestine A man by the a.ameof George$

.. But Prance Is not In such and we are not Hebrews standing in j
at Central said
with the other] but answering the City :
One ,
"Taking these well, known fact as a
the line of tbe hope of Israel I could
> tion. She to connected in the closest
; s of the plutocratic press In appealing a- "These payments stop NOT. 1.
purpose basis. I took the ground then and main show
why in
I ;you waa so that dis-
manner with the other great commercial
jlo tilt supposed Ignorance of tain it yet that electricity explained the I want mine to read One dollar a
tant age and I cculd aa easily show "
nations. In thuscjon-
month I live.
their,re den. And ttu n..u1taare so unusual phenomena of the tornado as long as
nected general prices must be nearlythe "" ;yon why now "the law of distribation" Another at Plattemouth. Neb. S
food that the New Zealanders are constantly cloud coming to the earth in oppositionto man .
.. fem. Introducing additional policies same. If for example, the priceof would be unjust Shall we take said the same and added that Ihe
gravity. The whirling motion of
from the industrious
frugal merchant
' : a given article were much higher movement should be made
designed to prevent plutocratic control the particles of air in the formation of who has patiently saved his permanent
In France than in England Germanyor earningsand until had driven the
of and we. all men who
Industry government
t a tornado cloud ,develops ythe primal
the United States, the people of the built a borne and secured comforts had' the #
New Zealand's population) and wealth preyed upon plain people O'Stl
- $- form of electricity-functional electricity
and divide
of life earnings with the
'a* are much smaller than those of former country; would make their purchases of the country. A man at Fairbnrr.iNeb.
many -the charge becoming more and
In the totter, the effect of which spendthrift, who cared not for the valueof ., who subscribed |1 month and!
the I8L1XD. a ;
states of : United! Slates Her people more positive as the whirling motion
when be bad itt
I Shall
would be to diminish the demand for I money we who baa one child said that if he had.
and inheritance ter; and rolled land. In short
a are no smarter by develops the el'Ctricalunits., and. In upon any take of the capitalist! who
and habit they are more luclinod than the French product and lower Its obedience to the law governing atmos- tt is possible to ue It for any purpo builds money $10,000 and giving It0 our canes
the and the railroad
At the time it would increase factory would make it win be would
price. same to
we old I conceivable where stable and =
stick the The
; anto to ruts. pheric electricity, the attractive powerof a asfloat who the mine who e
In other countries employs thus invest it In
the demand 1 preference to giving it
I reasons they have shaken off monopolistic the earth draws the storm cloud to Is demanded and
labor scatter it, a little here and a "
and raise the price there. This would to his child "for. said be. "should f
shackles while still Mr. Flanders has organized and
: we wear ours the surface. Its excess: of electricity little there and thus
i destroy its
continue until they brought to aggregated it to child would rob hlia
were a give they
have corporated a and has it read my
are easy to understand. They no Is discharged and the cloud ascends, company to build
'J berdltary party prejudices, and their common level except as there might be but the whirling motion still contlnu- to establish an extensive plant. H power the up a community of it, while if tills QUIt wins opportunities i
better off
making poor for a
differences growing out of transportation will be and
\ first experiments produced such good expects that there will be an enormoi but opened, my boy
Y: '4. results that their racial business sense charges and tariffs. Hence under demand for his Invention. To many 1 day. poorer in a year! will make aeveral times the 110,000."

Impelled them forward. like conditions, prices In France will will take the place of the houseboat Shall we open the vaults of the banks A man at Grand bland said '

Tbe tentacles of the octopus whose be substantially the same as In other others It will serve as a fine fishing 0 and pour out their treasures indiecrinv "If we don't raise a campaign; fund1, .
countries ever# though the latter irately to ease the strain of an hour or for the education of the
Dead U In Lombard street are around may shooting ground to still others It people, tbe
Zealand Islands have a smaller per capita of money to afford means of amusement and dissipation eastern fellows will make us pay
the New as they are afford an Ideal spot for camping. beclq
to the shiftless What
J round The Island baa to them their campaign fund, as waj ,
every square foot of this earth. that Mr.. Flanders would
become of the interests of comamemo.
bat owing to the domestic policy of that THE GOLD STANDARD, i r built aa an experimental model Is 12 of the necessities: of exchange have been doing in the this paiL"Continuing -

country there U poor picking for theft .. feet by 16 in size. On It 10 persons of tbe merchan'aluterests in on subject Mr.
our country -
Rot sebUd* in New Zealand. IU iMateAiat feet Waa.tha.ltaciJ: have been supported without taxing Its Harvey said:
t No not I demand
The of the social-
f Builaeaa. :
Tb gold standard 'casts Its blight attorn capacity., One man with a rowboat iat is founded "After the campaign of 1692 thaj

Over New Zealand" as well as over the Every gold standard paper In the can lDOI about readily, while two social absurdity on an erroneous secretary of the sugar trust testified

i. Doited, Slates .bat the people there (country trying with might and main persons can roll it high and dry on the infidels idea, and to the plea only of before a congressional invntigatingj!

bar to make. ,the worktngmenbelieve that demagogues. The riots of committee that that trust bad given
applied a partial remedy In the b aclf. It bears the weight of one tree
of i our present gold standard is. Just tbv the past years, with the results of $100,000 to both the Republican and1
i a postal savings bank and and a large number of bushes and
1 thing for labor, One would suppose rapine blood and conflagration, Democratic committees and oa beiDit
BovenwMnt loans to the people at a sU'Ub.while a good sized tent erectedon i make
from their argument thai} the country no uncertain application of the asked why they gave to both said they
; : low rate of Interest The horror with it afford protection from the, doctrine of
: which the dally newspapers and maga- was In ii i magnificent ,condition, that weather for.six persons at night that a dangerous knows element in our wanted to be solid, BO matter wbicoj{ 1
country DC between -
business was and that naught party was placed in I
:tees of the alleged, nlgbt| ned United booming pqwer.
',-v, States view this ,proposition'of the disturbed<< the'unlvena}. prosperity but liberty and license-aye, and "We are reliably informed that tUal

: I farmers Alliance and other Industrial the "ravings of 4 few- silver tanks" SON 0.;' TURKEY'S SULTAN. whose tenets tend to licentiousness.These same trust in 1896 gave '1.000.000the toj

who are so creep u to Insist apoa restoring remarks have no aim at or re- Republican national committee.
frpantsattoos becomes laughable when Matt a MnwPjJmttn A-std the Meat
lation to the labor reform
eat observes bow smoothly and beneficially the constitutional money of Elnbcr'tv CeremoB, movements The result was this: When the Dingle

the scheme works In New'Zea- the country-L e., gold and silver. The The 'yocn.aoHt lOon of the ,1i ultau of f bODed men who are !alarmed at the tariff bill waa before congress in thaj
edition of labor in these
times. No
trade reports speak a never ending tale spring 1887. this trust
Jail and bow everybody there upholds : Turkey 5-Y ::1r-nlI Prince Abdnl-Ra' was permitted
n as a common sense business proposition. of falling'prLees( and business depres him Effendi. has "uii>racrd the Moslem khan nan baa I warmer sympathy with labor i by the committee in charge of thai
have. But between
Other "Popullstlc" schemes now slon. faith. a step Implying a vast: amount as labor and bill to say what the tariff schedule on) <
established In New Zealand ,The.dally press gives the details of DR.-i lDt'S TORNADO TURNaa capital there must be no war of annihilation. should be and as soon u the bill
firfuly are of eerenlouy. The prince 1 Is small for I
the all sorts of business combines formed [.1. Conducting:rods. 1 Copper ConductIng As well"may the arm say to passed they raised the price of sugar ij, '
: pUte. 3. Conducting wires leadingto hto five years a serious faced slim the hand, "I have DO need of thee" as 1'1'sugar
for the purpose of limiting productionand <$nt per pound. This 1 cent gave them
\ The railways and telegraph lines are ground plate 4. Wire leading to legged little fellow. for either of these
to to the other
owned by the government thus raising prices, while a person cannons Some months axo; the announcementwas 'rl say in one year an extra profit of ( .OUO.1) -

t ,-A graduated land tax Is In operation has but. to open his ears and eyes_to Lug, the cloud is charged'again and solemnly made to him that he was i will tion.'o prescribe, Labor thy power and organ 000. BO that one can readily sea why] .

.. which taxes the large landowner' the hear an unceasing cry of "hard time again. It is drawn to the earth. Fur- about to be received into the bosom of herein is needs capital, for these men who profit by claY 1egi>Ia< ,;

kS beavlett If the owner ls dissatisfied and to see the whole country filled thermore, In proof that electricity in Islam. So the little prince began to for herein its is pay.its instrumentality.Capital nee'da labor And, lion invest their money in national] '

the government will buy the land at with men striking against starvation the factor which explains the terrible prepare for the ceremony under the times politics. I

the assessed value. wages and long hours to Bay nothing destructive force "of a tornado Is the guidance of.his religious tutors. DIp- are always beat, the moet prosperous "We have been permitting our can-I .

Strikes are avoided by government. of the thousands* who have no workat fact that air In motion, however greatits lomats from all over Europe even i iaiDO strife and the between most happy these when there didates to office-in fact requiring of,

.,I board of arbitration. any wages at all, velocity, will never produce such I co-ordinate forces. Without cooperatinga labor them-to put up mone y for paying the) i

AU stores are closed by law at a ccrtajn destructive effects as may be seen iu exist necessary expense of a campaign Tbiaj
Maine For Brraa. w could not as a nation. With- is degrading and results in such a burden -|
hour. TIle merchants say they da the path of a tornado. ;
o capital we could not
Editor F. YV. riaisted of the Augusta progressWe as to cause them frequently to do
not low by it. A weekly half holiday "The tornado guard is constructed of Deed both
Therefore should
Age Is quoted as follows on the politi wood be eqdally. we things after being elected that th'ey
for employe U compulsory. or may built entirely of metal legislate for the equal advantage of l
cal situation: "Malnuntl-Bryant Well would net otherwise do. It ia cot infrequently
Tb factory laws do away with and raised to any desired elevation. bo h. If preference is to be given (
westing..Every I rather think not lie to the logical The tornado guard, as devised by me it that we bear an pfficeholJerttt
give always to labor. baa
man or woman over the age candidate of the party, and I shall be was constructed, of a wOleo'me. Capital remark that he baa bought his office. .

., 05 without Beans of support draws greatly surprised If he does not receive work covered with strips of copper many advantages Men over labor. Men love By the people financiering their on .

a pension the maximum being $00 per every one of tee 12 votes of the and lightning rods ascending to a still mcmey. sell themselves for money. campaigns they will take more interest)

you It U expected that better pro- state In the convention. The Democracy higher elevation from each lightning 3 Labor.must earn every dollar it owns.Eev. in politics and will recognize their true
Mo..Ien..t. .
Magee Nevada
Tlaloa will be made for the helpless of Maine has not only Indorsed rod, and Insulated wire was run' to the relation to national laws. It will also

ifa..1a the. near future.A the Chicago platform, but,affirmed Its cannon placed In front of the guard. and result in a strong organization of tba
government. lift insurance bureau allegiance to Mr, Bryan at every state and the electrical spark, by means of KI.K"he people that will be tell respecting and
board of
of the soldiers'boiAea
I* to operation % and district convention since 18JM1, save lightning arresters .would,dischargethe managers self reliant"LINCOLN'S
travel in
Tb government acts as a trustee the First district alone. I have: yet to cannon' By means of' the Insulated a private car. The auditor -
reminded them that there
tor estates capital etc., and guarantee find one Democrat who voted for Mr. wires connected with the lightning provision! for such was and no PROPHECY.
an expenditure
the honetty of Us agents Itryan'In 18SKJ who is not enthusiasticfor rods every rod wash the circuit By the poard appealed from his decision t
The government rune an employment him today,' and I find many who this plan it was not necessary to expose He Foresaw What the Greed .f th j

bureau la December It placed 40 people have been'brought to him by his position individual lives. At all times the the assistant) comptroller of the treas- Hone? Shark Would Lead T...

with private employers and 00 on against Imperialism and the cannon could be protected from ordinary ury.tled to who it decided Their that they were enti- A friend of Mr. Lincoln a nsidellt
argument was rather
government work. trusts" weather influence and in ordinary of Illinois, wrote to the preekleut In

NOM of these measures are socialistic Mr. Plalsted was e delegate at largeto storms the cannon could be cut i nobby. They aver that they are used to 1865 for a fuller statement of his view |
all comforts of life and that
Id tilt sense of Interfering with the Chicago conveutlon'and voted out of the electrical circuits. tpe and an explanation of the closing passages

individual liberty. They are'designed for Bryan on every ballot He has "The guard when built for the protection did the tiardabips pot feel disposed of Pullman to put up So with to bia message of December IbOL,
i I I II If Ii a car. you It in
to and to practice so preserve Individ- been tbe Democratic candidate for congress of a city town or village, i 1 i can BOW get an idea of what your masters was answer to this appeal that]

sal liberty from the tyranny of mo .In the Augusta district at the should always subtend an arc of the consider the "ordinary comforts' Mr. Lincoln wrote the following letter.

nopoly. last two elections, and It to fair to presume circle embracing only the southwest which was printed in The New Nation
of lite when
traveling at your expense, t
Plutocrat do,not constitute supreme that he knows the sentiment of quarter as It Is from this quarter the in 1863. Mr. Lincoln said:
I t for it) ia very doubtful if one of them t
political power tn New Zealand. the party in Maine. tornado almost Invariably comes. A wool travel in a private car if he bad "I see in the near future a crisis approaching

Mod monopoly, railroad monopoly and series of guards might be built so that I to paymole for it But then tbe working that unnerves me and canes a

booty monopoly are effectually pre- Coageated P.B.latloaa. if the storm passed one line intact the ] as made to be skinned and to me to tremble for the safety of uiy r

t Vtntod there and u a result the country The Worker's Call of Chicago makes next would dissipate it fornii h private care for his servants country. Ae a result of the war coti -

to free from tramps and unemployed mention of a lire that occurred in that "The cost of construction would be The ''servants" ride in private i porations have been enthroned. and an
men and women. city recently which destroyed- 18 very trifling compared with the security and ttie travels era of corruption in high places will
"voting king" tiepass.
on a
Consider fellow American voter. It houses and "rendered 1.000 families I afforded.- The philosophy of the ac- a Vote for the follow and the money pbwir of the.

U positively a fact attested by the report homeless." With an average of more tion of a discharging cannon Is plain. I Republican party country will endeavor to prolong its!1
some acre, workingmen; you will yet
of Republican consuls in NewZealand than 55 families hi one house the The rapid forced expansion of the air vote inreelves reign by working upun the prejudices
y into something good -
that there U no tramptem or reader can get a fair Idea of the con stops the whistling motion, and a The P Igrim. of the people until all wealth in.aggregated

i 'enforced Idleness there Is it not worthwhile gested condltiob in the poorer districtsIn straight wind robbed of its'potentialpower .. in a few hands, and the republic]

and crime for destruction Is all that is Is destroyed I feel at this moment
to throw all of your political the great city where vice he Bnell Dank Circular

{ prejudice to the dogs and to. vote re- are bound to flourish.-Labor World. I T Afte the receipt of the Hazzard circular more anxiety for the safety cf thel

trdkna of the advice of a monopoly left"A from London in 1862 and its circulation country than ever"before even in the

owned dally press for the sake of eta of c..to....... Drink of Water. I. in this country among tbe midst of the war.

.bringing about the tame conditions In It Is said that the old Bible his Don't allow the children to drink copious banke inquiries began coming in regarding

.. United States? PKRCT PXPOON. father gave him occupies the place of drafts of water, swallowed all at what was best to do. Mr. The Stooped Bark Par the Bill,
once-and don't allow yourself to do it FBISCE ABDt11rUm3lIlTUDL The eenerala in the Philippines rec-.
honor In Mr. McKinley's library. If the Buell who was the bankers' agent at
Democratic Prcas ........ president will Just turn to thetwentiethchapter' Insist on their sipping rather than from America, were invited to come that tiilie, circulated the following! ommend a larger army and tie garrisoning -(
to the Turkish capital to take part to of tbe strongest places and
Tb Associated .Press bat sent out drinking the fluid. Sipping is a stimulant -
and his
I of Exodus run eyedown Dear Sit It U advisable to do all In
statement from Chicago to the effect to the circulation. It allays thirst the ceremonies.In pow. establishing conditions to enable our|
until he finds out what the er to Bisuio such duly and prominent weekly
that the Democratic national commit- Almighty thinks of covetousness when much more effectually than to pour the brilliant salons of Yildiz Kiosk paper tAwciaily the agricultural and religious labor skinners to sell their' surplus]

tee. at Its meeting of July :20.. put the It fixes Its greed the lands of another down the throat a large quantity of the chief rite of this ceremony took pn._ u Jill oppose the issuing of greenback pa- goods there until the whole of the islands -
bureau under new management any liquid at one time. place. According to the Mohammedan per montfl and that you a banker, also withhold can be brought under subjection.!
press it will do him good-New York lor
Otter to absolutely no truth In the assertion News custom the father of a child about t3 patronage nut willing to rayon oppose from the all government applicant who issue are of That is the milk in the cocoanut All!

p. J.. Devlin who has bad The Huffy be made a Mussulman is considered, I' paper moaey. Let the government \aue the war Is to bold people so capitalists can

'charge of"the work since the bureau lavarlahlr the Trtth. When, where and how the muff particularly pious if a number of other metal monfry and the banks i sue the paper money skin them. It matters cot bow muck

was organised baa been complimented Some wise man has truly said, originated, we do not know. Planche ''children; are invited to share In the I I of each the other coiiour] To, repeal for then the we Uw can creating better national protect it will cost the ragged fellows with ,.

fey tb* national committee on the "When tile wicked reign the fools reproduces the figure of a lady wear- :rites which have been arranged for atihU l 1 II j bank Soles or to restore to circulation the goo revenue stamps on their patcboa. The

tatowtBg made by the bureau. It will carry torchlights and follow brass Ing a muff from a drawing of' 15SS, \ expense. The sultan accordingly | eminent laue ot paper money will be to provide rich get the tream and are for war. j

.. remain under big management I bands and drink bad whisky." This and we believe that:1ja England, at all achieved great popularity by Inviting I till people (with plenty of money and that will, The generals and officers generally are I)
Ttamnds'of Democrat all over the sage must have foreseen the present events that to the'|earliest date to la the first place a number of high'I! U therefore banken, Ind lenders affect See your your individual m'mber of pro&te coo- for war because they are living fine and

eoontry will be glad to hear that the I reign of Hanna and Bothschild.-X which muffs can w traced.-London born boys tc act as his son's companions pee at oote and engage him to wpport our lattmti getting a good salary and the stooped!

yseodated Fran report wu wrong Eddy. .. Draper. and undergo the same rites that w nay control lefiII& ,, backs pay the bUJ*-Appeal to %**3S | .

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comparable standing
J the Psalms of David.. It is taught to us pleasure en ofFU.NITUI.E
; irrU! 3-CoB in .t ary Prepared bytke vantage ground of troth." This Is the pittot1a4r .
4 childhood, comforts us in youth and '
Rev. D. M. Ste .
of Christian. In
manhood and strengthens us hen advancing l first gain doing,

(Copyright. late'by D. M. Stearns. age speaks of the_*..Ueyof God's will he find Christ's words fulfilled : uf all Jewrlpilomet Kik Rruluia 1'rkfii. hot II ,

L "Now in the first rear of Cyrus, king the shadow of. death." 'It breathes a ; be knows tbe truth and the troth Wholesale and Retail 'Itttbjr Carriage iruur Jtjdp +

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1 the mouth of Jeremiah might bo fulfilled It speaks of God's care of the eoul under knowledge. He may make many mistakes Ete. .

1 the Lord: 'stirred up the spirit of Cyrus. ,of the who but be sees into the real nature --
the figures Shepherd .
t All 1 done that the Scripture may be f ul-. of things and knows God as his father. .. ,. .... We hive a eonttiRBment of Oak Dincnt and j ;
leads His "into the -
sheep green pastures l>' C" "' 1. Reed Rockers ..
that will be sold t" We
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,and the Lord does it all The openIng He is no longer in fear of judgment,
and, beside still waters, and that of handle the 1'auiwu. IkTclaad aud ItiiuMvrMQY.CI.ES. .
TOHM of thin book the :
are Just closing and. himself sinner
i though realising as a -
the bountiful Host who .
vmeaof the prertooa book repeated and _
E be has and faith
pardon" by
therefore Gen. bead of His guest with oil and who peace \
:. oonfirmei ( ill 82) or es
in Jesus Christ He U true in heart to
And there Eoptria) attentive gives to our Mall Order
tablished that we may give special attention causes his cup to run over *
to them. God had said by Jeremiah ia included also the sweet peace pro- God and man. He ie free from malice. We Unrantee 8atisftluiw booth !to goods mini

thus ann 10 yean He would punish the found serenity and trustful happinessof envy and pride and full of love. Happiness itf' .'rkw. tall: on us, or send m;your order toms

1 Mug of Babylon and restore Israel to their tbe one whom God thus cares and consists fur I leas in what one gets "'.17 Laura SL, JACKSONVILLE FLA. .
ONLY *$ 00
own land (Jer. xxv. 12; zxix, 10)). HeW provides. And where in all the world or baa than in wbat he is. When a per e

alio called Cpni by name more than can be found a peace and happiness son Is filled with the love of God. I. 4-21 D. E. COOPER M'f g Co.Chas1. '"
100 yean before be was born and had said
that Cyroi would perform all His pleasure equal to this peace and happiness of the abides in restfulness of soul even when ....Give- n .. -.-- -- ..- ( ., -. -. < ( ... -?,'
business and disease
(fca. xllv, 88; sir; l). eon!. which may be called the Chris goes disastrously. I)

.. "Tha lard God of Heaven bath given tian's joy or pleasure seizes the bod j. N.

ne all the kingdoms of the earth, aid\ He I. God is the source of tbe Chris- It is a source of deepest satisfactionto Welshans, '

11 bath charged me to build Him an howe at tian's pleasure. He. as a shepherd realize that God really cares for me. .

Jens&lem." The Most High Moth in the leads OB into green pastures act beside My interests my good and my actions
kingdom of men and giveth it to whomsoever .Ktillrwaters. He, as a host anoints are all subjects of concern to God. -STATE AGENT FOR- v .

He win (Dan.. lv, 82). When anyone our heads with oil and deals BO bountifully When we really get hold of this idea, .
be he king or peasant,accepts the peltktt it is apt to get hold of us in return and
f be him with us that our cups run over .
occupies u given by God
find seeks therein to do the will of God. The joy of the Lord is our strengthThe change our actions. We come to new Longman & Martinez Paints
ideas and deeds God leads I I must ,
he Is therefore' new .
but be blessed
cannot for God Himself Christian's pleasure
will see to it (II Chron. xvl, 0)). There is spiritual rather than sensual: It come be attentive to know what He wishes '*. t'J

I bouse now being bnllded, even the from union with God. from blessings God my shepherd I Let Him guide me Lime Brick Shingles :.. :
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Church of God (Eph. Ii,.19.22), and every derived from God from service for where He eees is best Green: pastures ,

pastor and teacher and evangelist and misatooary and communion quiet waters, valley of dtath'alhadowe. >-
God from fellowship
U authorized to help build up the I anywhere, everywhere He sees beet. ; Cement and Coal-Tar. \ :
with the people of God.
church' the body of ChristI
will gladly go i <* .
2. The cannot understand .
"Who U there of worldling
among you all His
people His God be with him and let him the Cbristian'a'pleaanre. It is spiritualand There in is great the world pleasure and in masteringsuccess Agent for Sickler's Peerless Cement Plaster..;

go up to Jerusalem and build the house of can only be discerned by the epic among men i I _

the'Lord God of Israel," Hero every Individual itual It ill as unintelligible to the inexperienced In busitfess 'enterprises in literature.art ; 13 South Hogan St. Jacksonville Florida. 10- 1 !
who is willing is commissioned as the conversation of those science; in making a new discovery M

S to go up to Jerusalem and help to build who speak in a foreign unknown a great corporation in amassing ,
the house; so each individual believer la wealth in attaining social leadership .' "
understand and it "
ooinmlsbloned to take part in l saying to all tongue. They enjoy in the thousand and one avenues of Sun. !
To and uninteresting
who have not yet received Christ that lie us it iannintelligble world doubt- wordly honor ,and prosperity there is ... LITTLE BROS. a \
Many people of the
loves them, died'"for their sins and rose ia soul .
But there
enjoyment no
again and will receive them if they will the happiness of Christiana because I

come to Him (Rev nil 17; John I, Ui: they cannot understand it, yet the joy satisfaction in arms in politics in FERTILIZER and PHOSPHATE COMPANY
business to be compared to the simple .
tl, 87). of one who is saved is more profound.. .
4. "And whosoever reinaincth In any more satisfying and more rapturous knowledge of God as the personal -.. -, ,

t place where he sojounteth let the 'men of than any worldly joy "Eye hath not Friend Protector and Shepherd. .. ..- Jacksonville, Florida.

I his place help him." This help was to be i seen, ear hath not heard neither hath In childlike humility and simplicitythe .

with silver,' gold goods beasts besides of what greatest of men have found rest and ,
it entered into the heart man. '
the free win offering for the house at JIT :
the of the '
rusolum. No onrfwas compelled to go to God hath in'store for those who love peace Personal under heart trust wings ia the Christian's Almighty A Chance do -YourJOb1.1. If you are requiring Fertilizers for Vegetables, '

Jerusalem, but those who did not go were Him." The eye, the ear the heart cannot .
to help those who did go., So now no one U discern the Chrilit D'e pleasures.' pleasure. perfect peace. .. Pineapples eta, write to us and we can give you

compelled to go as a missionary to foreign 8 The Christian's pleasures are eternal more value for than other Man
lands; U mubt be willing service but I "I shall dwell in the house of the Secretary Hamlltoa. your money any .

thoaa who do not go must be ready to help i Lord forever." To be with God forever Rev. John W Hamilton, a a, secretary I ufacturer or dealer in this State or from shy
those who do go with all that they need. of the Freedmen'a Aid and
is to enjoy God forever Worldly plealture !.
6. Then rose up the chief of the fathers I soon vanish. Spiritual pleasureslast Southern Education society, is one of other State. Write for pamphlets, prices, etc.
of Ji&ah
Benjamin and the-priests,
and the Levltcs with all them whose spirit forever Which are we striving for the moat widely and favorably knownmen to above address. 5.11-81

God had raised to go up to build the "Did not God place us in this worldto of Methodist Episcopal church

braise of the lord which U In Jerusalem." enjoy .ourselves" said a worldly Pine physique attractive address, I

Fi.e times la our lesson U the house of young man to a lady who was pressing frank open manner genuine piety NAKCISSD3 STREET,
God mentioned. It is the central thought Christ upon him -"Yea" abe replied sturdy manliness and hatred of sham tF

Not Jerusalem, nor the priests, nor Cyrus, "but my pleasure Is in my religion linked with unusual executive ability r- .
but God and Hi house. So now the great Happy indeed one who could make such: and thorough cultivation in school and THE MT SPECIALTIES: :
thought lu the mind of every preacher andtrorkt a reply Many professed Christians even public life have all combined to make '" w
be the '
and every believer should him what he is one of the foremostmen .
find their pleasures not in their religion
j house of God-that is,the church of Godwhich GB.OCEamS.
Ha bath purchased with His own but in spite of their religion What a'' in one of the foremost church's of '-!'- CORNER FANCY FAMILY ,

blood (Acts xx, 88))i., sad commentary on our Christianitywhen the times He first became widely \t CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS

ft. -And all they that were about them we hays to go to the world for known by his building the .People's FAN ;Y TEAS AND COFFEES. '
strengthened their bards with vessels of entertainment and amusement

diver, with gold, with goods and. with Bible Readings.-Neh viii,. 10; Pa i GROCERY FRESH FRUITS D VF.GKT&
berate and with precious things besides, BLES IK SEASON. ,' ,
xvi. 6. 11 ; xxxv. 9; U. 12; Prow lit "
an willingly offered. It must have been
a very great privilege to minister to the 171 xxi, 15-17: EccL ii. 1-llr Isa ..,

Lord Jesus when He was herv'on earth, xxxv, MO; Ii. 11 ; Math. xi.. 28-30. NEW STORE NEW GOODS COURTEOUS TREHTKIT:
but wo can still minister unto Him bye Luke viii. U; xvi. 19-81 ; Phil iv, 4: ,

Bilcbtwlng to His people specially to Heb. xi. 24-26 '

them who gq forth in His name to help 'or l'Tompt'Free Delivery on Both Sides of the Lake.
4 \ ,
complete His body'and He will count it; Blowing God's Bora. 0

all as done to Himself tMath. xxv, 40). "What is the good of all this shouting ,

f. "Also Cyrus, the king brought forth end blessing and praising and d. F. OLIVER Proprietor.
the vessels of the house of the Lord which I .
Nebuchadnezzar hud brought forth out of boasting A good deal of good if the

Jerusalem and had put them in the houseof i shouting and praising and boasting and .

hill gods. Because of Israel's sin pod blessing are "in tbe Lord" and not in /, i ,
bad suffered the holy vessels of ills house ourselves, nor i in 'anybody or anything I Ie1e. I ,

to be carried to Babylon, but; He had His Blowing God's horn may not be i iI
them when Belshazz&r used I ,
eye upon even blowing our own. One good it accomplishes
them at his drunken feast He suffered i iI .
is to gladden the meek folks. I
Daniel and Ezekiel and ,
such holy men u ,
If they meet or hear of one of these ;
others to be carried into captivity for their ..
.- .
brave and triumphant personswho .- ... '
good (Jet xxiT, I). When speaking : "
Israel He said, "l have given the dearly bless the Lord at all times whose "!;- '/ '
,. .- Recognizing the demand in West Palm _
mouths the Lord and '
beloved of my soul into the hand of her continually praise .
ncmies"(Jer. xil 7).'Many redeemed ones whose aoula "make their boast in the l r .. Beach for I -

are in greater or less measure in the hands Lord it so increases tbeir courage and .-

of the enemy,and it may be your privilegeto faith and hope that they are glad. Is it \ .
restore some of these vessels to 'their not worth while to gladden meek any loan W. HAUO.TOM. & D. The Tropical Sun Good Ice at Reasonable Rates ; f
to the house of the Lord. ft
tight place saints Surely it is. So. don't out church. Boston He has been an influential -
8. "Even those did Cyrus, king of PerU of with the member of several general con- / Courteous Treatment of All Pate '
patience noisy people.Christian -
,bring forth by the hand of Mithrcdath, StandardLook ferences, and received a 'large vote for ,
the treasurer, and numbered them unto 1
the last time elected.
Batshbauar, the prince of Judah." All bishop any were
Israel was numbered by God. All thelamb Inward. Probably no man in our denomination,

are known by name. The Lord Whenever you find yourself inclined unless it may be some of the bishops, The: Arctic Ice Works;:

knoweth them thai are His, and Ho says todwell with more than common severity knows so many men in our own church Job. Department
to each one: "Fear not, for I have re- and in other churches the influential '.'
of the sins and shortcomings
doomed tbee; I have called theo by thy of temper other on men and to be lax and- leaders in their respective spheres, as OF MIAMI, FLORIDA, ..
same; thou art mine" (Isa. xhii 1). Let does Dr Hamilton.: He has done valuable "
to comfort you, dear child of God,that you liberal in judging your own faults you ,
work in his !
an a numbered vessel and that If He allows will do well to inquire whether you are present position He
you for a time to be in the enemy's cot in a backslidden state. If you havein was with Bishop Fowler, fraternal \Have made arrangements to carry a full :

.. bands He still careth for and will in delegate from our church to the British '
you any measure overcome the world Prints Letter Heads supply of Ice which will be delivered to
due time show you His deliverance (Rev. the flesh and the devil, you are bound and Irish Weeleyan conferences which \ .

II. 10; II Cor. 1,' 10; II Tim. Iv, 17, 111). to know how hard the task is and to he visited last summer. His addresseswere Note Heads all parts of town promptly and regular
9. ".AnIUhi. is the number of them: valuable historical documents I \
Thirty chargers of gold,a thousand char- entertain a're feelings of sympathy for an have been printed in a beautiful pam StatementsBusiness ly. We will endeavor to merit your
that engaged in the same fight The .
of silver nine and knUea.
fin ,
circulation. The
phlet private league
na mall number of vessels of gold bent people are the most charitable: patronage. '
should know him and the work he leadsin Cards
compared with those of silver suggest that Saintliness is tenderness The immaculate -
the most precious vessels are comparatively Son of Man had a kind word and a the Freedmen's Aid society. In im .

few, not that one redeemed soul is of helping hand for all struggling souls portance it tanks with tie missionarycause. Bill Heads .\ H. H. COOK Local Mgr :

B>or. value than another, for the value of Be did not and does not break the And all kinds of Fine StationeryAre ,
the precious blood of Christ is the value of
bruised reed .
nor quench the smoking
very redeemed soul, but those who are ; Watch China But yesterday! aha was .
Nashville Advocate .1a
trilling to be utterly abandoned to Him, he least known of nations unless we : s

rparata from everything Be docs not delight -God's-Favor*.- except Korea and Japan Today she is You Supplied ,. a

lnar comparatively few. from to Tibet Chinas
fawns of Jd basons God multiplies His favors. Day by open .:
10. Thirty g' silver 't
awaken of
to from sleep What \
Of a second sort four hundred and ten and day and hour by hour they come trooping ages. i
who ,
this tell John
other vessels a thousand." Tbere is another : along according to existing need. means can China i\ i.
man is one of the most virile and astute Givens Trial Order
helpful 'tOn of a different kind to So continuous: and opportune are mer a I
be learned from these vessUs. If the cits and bounties that we too often and frugal of men. What any one can I ,
golden Y'-11'19 be taken to represent tho do. he can do as well, only give him a Y
them as matter of course. attribute .
most talented or the mast used ve D(1s chance. Every third man OB earth Is a
1 before people, then to be perfectly: happy them to secondary causes and Chinaman. Russia, England France Established 1875.
fail to trace them with due intelligence
to bo a vessel of a second sort or one of -
:: tittoihcj thousand not described mlgLt and gratitude to their divine and Germany mal open his gates and And We.will
; climb over his wall and dictate his William A. Bours & Co.
God Never -
to but
equally glorifying might source ought tbe Hand that ,
v lujulre more grace to take a lowly place. feeds us and the Heart which responds trade for awhile. China is a'waking. U

bur in Math siv, 20-23, the one who in love sympathy and kindness be she becomes Christian the Mongolianwill

: mode good use of two talents received just forgotten or unacknowledged. Goodnessever unite with the Anglo-Saxon and Grain Garden Seeds and Fertilizirs.No.

the same commendation as the one who deserves recognition.Presbyter1a Slav in making a new world. Help to .

aufcl good use of five. make her Christian for the sake of the Please You

U. "Brought up from Babylon unto kingdom of God. ., EAST BAY STREET'r JACESO rVlIJ. FlA.
Jerusalem" This is the remark made of
The Value of a Good Same. ,
all the vesais. Babylon is a record of belt I
Exaltation from the tower of Babel In Gen. Secure a good name to thyself by living No other department ia more Impor- We handle only the Best and most Reliable Reeds A complete Stock of

si where they said, Let us make us a virtuously and humbly but let this tant than the spiritual The matter of

dame to Rev. xvti and xvlli where they good name be nursed abroad sod never greatest moment to each member and Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits

dare to make war with' the Lamb. Jerusalem be brought hpme to look upon it Let to the League and church as a whole is : I

; or ZIon Is the city of God, the city others use it for their own advantage.Let the deepening of devotional There Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, Both Bright and Dark.
of pi-ace where our Lord was crucified, by them speak of it if they please. But need to be more of read- '
prayer more .. .
whose blood) was made. Many blood -AT WHOLESALE-
do not thou it at all but instrument
use as an ing and understanding of the Bible not
bought one are captives In Babylon, livIng i
to do God glory and thy the matter of higher or lower criticism State for 1
fur self and to make, tbcjuselves 4 Agents Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co. .'
tame instead of magnifying the name of neighbor more advantage Let thy face, or any questions of controversy but the .
like Moses1, shine to others bnt make 'i'I StAr Brand Kertilizere-Gnarantocd Analysis, Orange treo net Vegetable Ferlfllvf rut
thu Lord. Given to Christ that God maybe i knowledge of the way the Bible would *
around hone, Nitrite So>U, Muriate of Potash : no
glorified to at, lot na live to complete looking glass for thyself.-Jeremy have a Christian live. We need more of tilUers have no Superior in the Market And a trial sell convince

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never bestowed each care. upon their au4 'frlendV v/ben f they are. enjoying Is' ; : / ,

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their manipulation ia'simply immense Egg ieinopade ie'a favorite drink Shoes
nth most,people. To make it take one oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooccooooMHS
t Wo material is left 'to. .go its ,nhweet, pint of water and du&olve in it half a COUNTY OFFICERS. '.

way unadorned Even oar.old friends pound of granulated. sugar add thejuice A. HEYStR! ;... !'f _.. Coulltl"IJgeQtIJdBl' COME ONE, COME ALL, TO

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end whites"'"of.*"tour'freslr; eggs beaten M. E. bRl'ltEi: '.,: : *....;,...Tltx AiI'eI!&>rJ. .. .

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glasses, o. ." z.t.MERL'1T'r.8ept: : fllWIO loruct lQCOU.VTY .

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of cooling' drinks for the warm Lake"rLh Steamship Company
'w. I'lTTs. i ha rwa ...._. .
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ready for whenever needed if bot- V. J. SJ1'INK. ? ._CU4i'IoDUt Grov.L .' .' L' l\: "SAVANNAH LINE. : '

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phe Jbr pounds of granulated, sugar W.\.KU&HI\G."'......_._,4.._.._ .Neptune : .
In two gallous of water. Then add the Como:j.slont'r& uiert in guUr lellhiun on A& Florida
whites tbe Bn>l Jloa'tar ID tuclj' "'DL t. c." Vv
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i i f :ug if with a littlo water before adding XEJIBEIU FKOM MADK COl.NTY. ,

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E Ei wiling pointj r kim\and stand! aside to COVN1. SCHOOL BOARD. \ A Short Sea Voyage. .

settle. \Yhea(; of la. add the jDi ice cf one SDPEKINTENIibNT OF rCKLIC I&ST&CCTIOH,

: large lenton'atnd u qu'arter <4 an yeasl 7..T. M tKRITT.-..."._.".__Uu.on CHyor i TROPICAL Sailing from Savannah:

cake dissolved'.in' : \two tablpspocnfuls: of 31EJlBEoS SrUOOl BO 4 ED. 6 Ships Each Week bAll

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'! W. agents are supplied with sailing schedules. Write for '
.,. ,to. tie the corks Stand ,HienCht"a'cool'pllt'8. <. gen .
-- .' and. it will be ready to use in -- ,t'" } era! information, sailing schedules stateroom reservation or call on
COSTCMES. .. ...-. : >\. "-' "
two days' \ E. H. HINTON. Traffic Manager, WALTER II!WKIXS. Fla. Pas .
Nidetcesof't certain"amount of-indutrj ... ...t.'" ,. SUN Agt.

There are etitcbinga upon'ititeblngs. : made.Iced Shave cbocolat tonJlct':f elicione!!' of when]laker'schcrothte well State 'Directory.EXECUTIVE .. ,., -:, '".", ".:'-'' ..,<.>, Savannah, Ga. Jacksonville Fla. 6-to.8

r braidings'upon' braidings.Md'tlwlatestidololthebonriataSeta. .
and melt inn, saucepan over'the Y .::::: ';F:;>' .: T

tea kettl ."- Add toJLigrairnally' .. .. Do You Want a
I V 'ilk with applique of transparent emferoldcry ona pint of hat nail:, stirric jcotetaiitly -, 'DEIARTMEh T. ?

f ,and lace. ,-threei.taLieepootifuls pf sugar,. and W.O.BLOXHAM. .:.. ." ?..Go1tillor qs '. '. We have hem to Sell,and if we have STEAMBOAT
1 ; Lending authorities predict that the one tablespoonful f cornsta'rcn dissolved J NO. L. CUAWFOUD._".Sucretar; uf State w none on hand tosuit,we can build
I nee of the tight'ekirt is nearly run and,, ia-a little cold>! milk When cold WH. n. UEYXOIt- ....CornptrolleJAMEt .... --j'. I Just what you want .

ordering to the finish. People have ts- 3d 'butt pftft of thick cream, whippedstiff B. 'IllTFIKLD .... .._-_Treasurer t .. .

lUred themselves. and bthera that the and one t teaefoonfal cf vanilla. WM.B.LAMAR-.?..,..Attorney General We are also PreparedTo : .
lopoesibly'tight ia the only wear and W. X. SUE T8 -Supt. I'ublie'Iustraetio CLAIM Furnish _.
Set in,3beice chest and serva in choc
bare wor&4t ccordiDglygeoerally to L. WOMUWKLU.... .._.Ouni.AKrlta'tut "
the detriment of the !line of beauty eqps.MPo PATRICK HOUSTON_ AIJulut! Gtnrri

New a few of the latent..model* begin mate pineapple ehrnbpare a large W MILTON, JR......... SurvryorGoneralUHcv V Pumping Outfits for Irrigation.
ripe pineapple: p it ape, add one :. at Tull&haMiKe, Hurida. :
to display a little fullness a mere eoup- Found of sugar and one gallon of, water It Is The .
COD of a fold at the back and the sweet U. SENATORS.J. ..
stir well and pon=: into a jag., Let 0 Write call for in '
li&tJe 'chernWthat site up aloft and TAUIFERUO Jacksooylll. .. ; on as Anything
1 it stand in a wormp.!ace until it begins tL It. lULLORPenllaeol.. '- Our Line that you neeiL ...
:. atoOMs btuMelf with the follies of woinankind -> to ferment f "*< : ," .,.
ia appeased for ha finds less lacbmore U.-S. CONGRESSMEN.. ,
A lernonad&tuade by bailing is
.food:fot,.ndl >1\. 'I'The/ result"pt...thisimafl delicious than the usual ; ItOBT. W. DAVIS .... ...... ..- .. Pabtla 4 s Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co.

wri kt8.;.however. ,ia FtitJ').hid eD pay JJ.KPAUKMAN_ ..... .........T uiw> aBEST ,
<6' Take the juice of three lemons4 I
", in. the future"Y -: blespoonfnjs of sugar and oke capful o( SUPREME'COURT JUDGES. I .
it wo charming costumes iilnstrate the boiling water Add the tir'to the H:11. YADRY........... ...". :'.. .ChiefJnstfoe V .
wbiia4 aDd eI borutkn,of.t.oday'i swell lemons and and set'T'aside to cool. r. B.CARTER; "......... Associate Justic ", ..:t KAdvertising" .'.

modem. The first is coa pa-ttl of ,;gbite! j When ready sugar to serve, put n lemonade K; F TAYUMt.. .._-......:! ". '.' t-,,"" '.1'; 98PKOPWIEOR, Jacksonville Marine Railways

crepe da cbinn. with plain trained skirt If. R. COMMISSIONERS. .
glasses .IPith.-CrAckiol icet. od dilate : < '' J: '
the bodice and cJosdttitling'rl'evt'8to1'efed l with.yattfr. i t ; > '. H. E.'DAY, Chairman ""??_. _Gainesville -- -- _.
withlacf':-d apcdi-filluf.\ : al)long *S* ..* 3. .L MORGANA... ..___,.w........_..Ja>per t : :" I
aearf flehn of erep de cfcit tnd t) wide 'Croebet a Star Mat '' J. :J. Ml: BRVAN...__ ... ..__"._._Ki-jrfmmet Indian! River Nurseries
.folded *rf III)elplpkmills Tbb b.it "* Jiitlriaja!"-B1u/ 'end'wbite' eplitepbyr JOHN I,- NBIfLEY.JR.<1 rk.._ __..Arradia t

t botwhitppapaml 'wuL! ,'llnf k ptlltt '; pnie skein each, and' lingle Headquarters. and office of the B ard at TalUhausee. Budded Citrus Trees of every variety ou SonrOrange; and Lemon Stock; aim full

'etrlagi rad.'Rerliitnre.Df piny,:mesas 'white14* ze b1it r th'en'et.' Begin in'tne .. .'-. line of all sorts of Fruit and Ornamental Trees suited to this section, including
The atl q4ftgara Aa.i ltakt.ttiuwliu center"with'. a ch"cf 8 Btavpincd 1 ? .t Budded Mangoes 50 Varieties of Crotons, 25 Yarittks of

I. and guipure inArtfcp met yellow'id Ik: .iv'iorm'a'ring* ,; _. ..Into! .the._"ring t lule,10; a V V ."V 0.098 Palms Roses Strawberry Plants Pineapple Slip, Etc. .

\: baa of burnt etraly.witb po.rk'll( and ft i .1<'. 4j. .- : JOHN B. BEACH, Proprietor -:- WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.
string of black! to lie secured with "
king -
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a past*:ornament upon' ELe .fOrSa/i\e./ 1
Leei'etrikiug,'yet sufficientlyornate; s .
are the t..o.muaHn gowns of the second COURT CALENDAR.Seventh 'f' MEDIUM Florida East Coast Ry.

cot One. is in white patterned with .( Circuit.)

mauve over mauve silk with yoke of M.o s. JONES ..'....... .... .......CUe111t ;'UI1;;.. *
cream embroidery,and tucked vest .ot J.. D. BEUGS..._?..... State's Attorney. 21. 11.
..bltemuIUn. The other is also of white SPItiNG TEKM ...
tw ". ', SOUTH BOuND (Bead Down). SOUTH BOUND: (Beal Upl.o .
mnalin with insertions of Valenciennes Om-ool.t County 1st Monday iu M.ircb. : "

;4 over pale blue silk the bodice trimmed ,.tl f at Orange 1>\ u \ "" '. ,.,-... I l 9 Notil ea! STATIONS. JfoWJ,Kva::. til'ETsu

r with black velvet bows I tale .tb" N .,IiI IiIJ o&"ysSJUp [

Light and delicate lones are uniwench i \oliibi lit to April : Of Any w i1;;' 9'itI Lrate.... .......; ack nle.,! ..._........Arm rill 1 55a
l'e'fard" .Ih" ." ., lot :Slap lJ3lairive.: ..........."..hi.Anirescine...............Leare 1 In n
It ia the exception to see any of .. 5 2m> 1'J' :*It.U&t..h.h:......t.Anjfvsiii.e...............Arrive 8 Clue eM
'the sad colored shades that people formerly Darin Ut Monday art' r 4th Moo- i r of 557p111lu 1 ....... _..:.... Hwha........".........t.16 SC|) .04& wC

designated as serviceable and not day in April. considerations VALI. TtKM.QioooliCcunty.st -54p1U1t.lxave.---I .. ......... ..ll< .. ................_Arnrc a Vita >:;c.
soiled easily. are : Monday in Ottobcr. lot iba ..... .lAriive ,.. .........San Ma.votoave .. .. .......Leas ..... itv. ooid'; #
.BOW. thrown' .to. the wind. Gray and -A STAR MAT. Orange *. 3-1 .. .. .It .....t' ben ........"........-.aaliaeot4dpl ......,.:-:. ....jSri.e _1f6.... ..... 00,
mastic lead.Rumor half double (made by throwing threadover lake 4,h i .s 811 113-*I LdTe.............. &st--PtI-'.&lka._....._.....Leave :;c
has it that elbow sleeves will Voiufiii w ii M Nov ; -'5:. .. .........._.......OrmoudUavtona................... .. a r na M!
the book taking up a at, in the WEEKLY PAPER Tart. lp .............. ............... :S8i..h tots M I
aooa be the only thing for dressy afternoon ring. then drawing' thread through 8 8rev"*t 1th SJ8c3 8 Oop lppJio. ...............Porttnaige......._. .. a If." pa
gowns finished off with a frill of :V tat M.m'layaftrithe4thMon. : 8fep 16.1) ......... .._Np".rlS' ............... .ix sea "
ate on the book):: Nest fow'lUlike a bin Uy in N'vt'ml..r. *. Balp ?: ;ip ..... .... Oik UU ................. rM 8 "'
lace or a ruching of ctiiffon or ribbon. !d vbtfitst; 2 in the next aud.'ie- w fo lliaJiI 15'4. .. ......?...... ...'hns\'IlIe .... ...... ... .. 16; aia' !tt.Atf '
1. ,Velvet: ribbons are need bythe mile OV'T SIGNAL SENVICDEJ.. .. 3.MIP : .................Guy Point................. : l 0_ .
'peat arofnnd.. 'Work W.IROKK: .' ._:: Ul..rrvrrOI.ervatory ;44 1g ...... ..*..........*.. .Cocoa .,.........,.,*.. IfI .....
to hem the daintiest. flounces to thread 1'\oDdllnd round \h; d'a. .widening in 'IJ. f G..... 8:Sip II ............... j'rxlrtae.. .............. 1 ",. '
at Japlier Inlet. : a ...... 412.1 .................'tt4uuiu..........,...... IIR'\ ..".. ti-.
i( the mme plticn each. time, and if the Eis"3< < ?!P .................Xflbonrne................. 11 i-i ..... a
f work ,does not lift-flat make 3'sts at CO VT LIGHT HOUSE SERVICE.. 41n: The ..,... 45.p .. ..... ..........liraelaa-l.-.............. .. 114, .... %! !:II
hell louse at Jupuvrtnlvt.VES ...... Slip ..................btl>&...l RiI"................ 114a; .. G I
eethrideoiog. Have the center 10 JA A. ARMOL'U. .. .........,.,...] : Si-1?. ............. ....:+1. Lncw................. .... 'd r.' .. QII':!
rows deep Make K row of 4 c's. in ev .Kecpt 17 BC ..... !.* .............._Fort Pierce_. ............. loin ...... liJ
J. A. WKI.1S. .. ...... ........ lMArfint.ini iB: 641?\ .*............._..Edvu.........,.........w 1Otca .
:t tJ ery other h d and with 1 Et between BtSJ.nt.Ls.: ... !.l 4..r.'an' Hfi .................. JcDM-n.................. 10OLs, IJ :.1..
.the corners leaking 8 sts between. AW ................... Mnart .?.....,.......... a5sl' t
The remainder cf the mat is made of 0' U. \. LAND OFFICE. < Daily( U'I'I : ...............Hoi* N. d..n...:. .: 915sDatiy d
j. x 11. CllfBU. _,...., .., .._. _.. ._.P o BxTn, ...............Vest Jul lien.............. "I1ia )Itx Q
the srhita split zephyr end is composed ? rgl+terOG. u' 1.", llSpj ....._....."-eo.1 Palm I&-ach........... 8Sjan;::;. i
oft points. each wade separate thus "ei at i&iipsvillo 'I"I'I.la. t24aI83'ip .. .............. kornton"........ ..,.... \111"lI5p!
t9 STATE or FLORIDA h 14'tt! :8411' .4 .............. .... De'rsy-! ..,........... tbTa3/tcpl! I ..
f4hr l :Fasten .thread at one corner and in IIJ 4 ore : :} .............Fort Ls;ulerdale...,........... r 4 pI! .
each cb make a knot .by throwing I C1I 614, III 2IP' N ............ L"!i>on City .............. I 011.1 S'JI' !
{. W 84a, IIJ: I'hrivA ...... .. ...... .Miami... .............. .. ..I3l Jti.4 t'J
',. thread over the.hook and Jaking up a .
st 4 times then faetening with a. a C. ..'
The first hae ft knots the next 8. S o. 3,So li 1 t'TATIONSS. pca| S'a !'
t 1 row .- aaass .. a . ., 0 1'I, Lv.......". ... ......."". J il'w Smvrna.. .. .. .. ... ....ArU: 650p851Ipftlfiai"
: .. taming and making 3 ch at tnd ................V.V........ Lak.Hoeu! .I.....'...'.'......".....'.. .Lv,Ul'JD .4Op
of each raw. ., .11':1"11 :I:*! ...... ........:....... .Orange jCity. ......................... ritual 48 p
'" and !,. ," 4 05plll4J 'Ar.......... .. .. ..Onui;(eCi'y JunetlQB.................... ;I15*,1 tI lip
: Make 4 more points work roundall -
All trains between New Mnynia and Orniu City Junction Daily cn' \irt Snattay.K .
the points with tile brae by making .
itl-TUH'X IIIU..V I.LK .\ND: "ANY', .
: d'-eh, then fastening Jn -every 8 ch

Make two more roe's.. fastening ch in a .KoU STALONS. SoU
ch beneath, There oimts can be made First-Class AdvertisingKate ,lILv.,a ....Milo..Lv....... ........ .......:...._ Titoriile._......._........n............. Ar 1rP; I I7l

any size desired and may have 6 or 8 8** .... Nt\ ...... ........... ............ 1 1st":p.
I starting'.with # 8w ............................. f Enterprise.! ... ............................. tI B a
points' by' the reuaired .. "tii. ...._... ..EnterplisrJanetion.................... ......... .. Hi .
nllaTT'MUawa CROCKS.;. i( number -of widening!: concludes The _1ItJlt: Ar.........:....._.._______,_... .... ., ..t a'.fIr.t. ... ......:.:......... ........ .. llVA*
lace. to encircle the bare, throat,, when l J Designer in giving the illustration and Job. PrintingAt Sheet AU trains ttw *n Tito \Uie tad onufoid Daily ex.! ,.t Sm> ay.

are invariably clasped .with jeweled instructions fcr crocheted mat
they oft -.- .. ...' I .. KEY WEST AND HAVANA.The .
slides and to trim the millinery
Toilet.HUta.Carrots ,
steamers of the Ftori'la Eist Coj ;t Steam.hip Compa'
the boar > a iy are appointed to sal: as follow,
are advised to, -efreelyeaten'in SI...laup rr-iu' Al dmi; ll.JU p. in 'I'uli-laIa! aud 'r.ddu. Arnr
relief from the. Key
As almost :
a too pop-
dressmakers' are introducing: summer. time, as tHey !li .thought to the Sun Office. ... *'<:ny uf Key West 1:$) p. m. Wednesdays aud S4turJ.y". Train 83 eo.mecia
alar tuck, w..i" and with ile mer.
'. be a remedy for freck e. .
a iiaaU double puff ,as a border decora 'i" -:Will be Sent on Ap frees Kry Wr.1 From Kry West 3:30: p. m. Weines.Uyt and Saturdays. Arrive
1 Watermelon juice ,Ii,said to be not t HII"'I. 1litmi5etm.Thursdayan ';uIIi",., eonntia x wim fr..ill 7$.

x tionNarrow ruffles) which came. in very'' .onl1 very soothing and agreeable to the btrswsn' ")I.t'r'w Mi.inii. 5 It. in.-M mays and Tbur- Uv*. Arrive K. .
nodestly little frill finish for the skin but a complexion beantifior and P West I p. m. iiidays an I TourtJaTH. mars Ker Wiwt 9 p. ...
as a .
of frecklesCleanlineaeof Mme day Arrive ilaYaua 9 a. m. Tuesayi! and Vritity*
complete ami Havana
remover .
have ascended 'i .
of skirt, to.
bqttom V From Havana bailing! direct for MIIIOL 11 a. in. Tuetdayt
the knees in front and may even reach the kiD has a great plication.;. : aNt K-y Wrst.and Fridays. Arrive Miami 5 a. m. WwluouUy "D' ti.tunlsya,
the walat behind if one likes. r.. effect ob the general''he8lth. and it is a counrctmz with trim a i:>*.

well known -'that if one has'been ei- if: ;, ;These Time Tamest sloe the lilies ai Which Imasmd o".t$ may lie export 1 toarrwiau .i.
.' : ; depart mID the severs .stations! aud ports, but their arnval or departure at the times
Chaos Scarfa. posed to infection the best?thing to do .,," "lIlf'Il is not guaranteed nor dons the Oumpauy kola itself reopoamble for sag deiajr or M/

of is to take fast .. -- e.eM ueacessrieingtherefrom.
.London and Paris are responsible for by way precaution a -
For copy of local time card call at 25 Weal Bay Street Jacfcwnnlle! ,or address
the long Iud wide'cbiffon scarfs which bath immediately ; 7" J. P. BECKWITH.Trsfflc Manager. J. D. EAHXS1. A.O.P. A.

'_ threaten m.V Hreee are tied round the For gray hair an English writer 'adj W.R.' MITCHELL t V St. Antrnstiaa-: -- _

;,;V neck and knotted in a-large bow under tiled to wash.the'head with claret and ,

t. :the chin with long: full ends falling kr take iron. and pnrgncdy-as'a toni* Repairing g Neatly Done, Har ,

Co y' the: feet, or,' they'are fastened at the *_ AloAonTwhicK. tg'designed. to* keep 1 ness Sewed and Repaired. II .
tack of tti oalld bats knotted on one "
I\ e domplepon clear dad fre ertioni
aid* of the face, and also with very, JRoM.'Jf!: made by phiin9 twpi of Ont-of-town customers will receive '
loojt ends reaching to the hem of the* ticctoVe N pine< t promt attention Shop nit Olive Street I 'k SUBSCRIBE FOR
of. ;>lIZQhiwitb.: .. .. one' of nest door' north. .f TROPICAL SUN. Build. i ia tTHESUNi
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',, if the legislature 'would. the anti- jf "OISHwl
scalpers: clawr they would restore -w"N'- -
: books. The legislation did :mss I. ; ', i ... Raft he
mileage 0.
fte Qs t.
TIM 9mm 'Cenw.......,'. toU.ftfe erx.wq A Bredory of tkt L.... QanIo; :c
4 pass the law for their .benifit- What HINTS ABOUT WINDOW SEATS ANC7 spans 1...... re. ass floes. .
....., '
,,, happened? The 'raflroads broke faith H U Oar xdgtaaeo'. CURTAINS FOR COUNTRY HOUSES.CfcUts "Our French oxtttas have keg n&) furl sr ,.. fi...... ., *:s
8 Ui .
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again., There was"nothing for the com- ;' :, -9 the custom cf tucking away the plumes

missioners to-do, after waiting a few her IkQerln- Oat' in BOOM mysterious neea at tb* foot of .,I**.S4lKIT. ..Ptl.aIiLeantL 'f

: f. Edit & Sex. r .the bedstead daring the day and ftfiteg dear.-1nthnee er4ksats. 1
weeks to:give. them to redeem their ,F_hl*-A CMtat Asa C.*y Career. inch .L. PlVajMCM BtVM,see
j with stiff bobter. M
ledge, except.to throw.the .matter into Winfield Scott Bart ram, familiarly A Bay Wl.d.wSckcat Arrange..... their place a atnke every eaaday relates a tMvrmuwuutf fl'aiiea,
.. maybe seen oa the gilded coacba of aoNj a5caoQIlI a i
,:1' the courts.' "'r known u "Posey who passed' his rr m. ISH..__ I P. AueawrKsta.atau
J. state Versailles and Fofitatee&a. W a*
.. summer vacation at his former home aanod a4 fwirtk v tM i W -tit ;"
.''l ; Another plain truth about the whole Corner window Beats are a great improvement end BOW in America 'my lady's cham -&a. Eav. U f.B..w.1tnQw. ,,

matter is that. b ,this".insUnce the rail- Chicago has just returned, accompanied in any room to which they her if entirely *np to date/ malt have ..J.J! .,Stenary. .1 -1

4l roads, while ever prone to shelter themselves by his two charming sisters the; can be daptedThe Art Amateur, ia Its pillows for the sight and its bolster

l .L behind the forms of law,invoke Misses Emma Agnes'and and Dorothy talk about a summer cottage Its win-1 for[ the day." So: affirms Vogue la preface Italy Trinity pl slo,

the, protection of .the courts. and to! Theresa Bartrsm. The young ladies down and window seats says: \, to an Illustrated deacriptica of the i West rain tack, ,
elements and Usually ia country dwelugs there is really simple of evolving a aer'cr* wm k teid rtnOut*
preach sermons against the exhibitionof possess accomplishments process .... newels .
that will render them a most valuable Do 'apace between the window frame* French bolster from domectie materials eetaiaR amiajaesBiwb7wiaha ueuasesreoepsaiEE (.
lawlessness, are themselves now, and .. aiicrvicM.LADIES' .
without the aid of an upholsterer the | cteistltk< i.l
.I ., I have been for more than *year,in open acquisition to our community. We extend suggestions being given from actual GtTUO w U ntry rdday at cap

Ii Iit defiance of the law and in flagrant contempt them a hearty welcome. ,Win ttd experience p.,Mas.... CAmm Mts..Scatuij.p. Get 1..Maix&tr. ,,"1. f
11 of a lawfully constituted,branch has been authorized by his father, who i The bolster here described adorns a : I

1 ; of the government of the State of Flor- will be down later with his wife to spend pretty blue and white bedroom where ..'Cb ms. Ceath.8a4a.T .

1 g'A IEoPite ida. Moreover, in their high handed the winter to proceed 'at pace with the .vi4V the hangings are of the same colonial Scbael M a.A.a4 B w< ta I.Ie.U
4 .... every ....,. CcaeraJ..Jft.....
conduct they are aided and abbeted by erection of a commodious: cottage. Mr. k blue and white cretonne of. which the tat( TMr 4aT ccif at Zvi, ..... payeen.eetaag.rridaystteraroiwata.
: and bolster made the P aekisgses e
Bartram has already quite an extensive rjedapresd are
the most powerful section of the daily vices
6M.MONMI a4 UurJnumUuna.Mkaa4 sas4ays a et.4
of the which interest in pineapples here to which draperies being all edged with white ToIS p. .. 1. tke eva.lag \
State studiously
press will added cotton ball binge which may be purchased a wag s i-I .wW tic lie'" MI as sear .... .
suppresses the truth distorts the facts vegetables and general for 6 or 8 cents yard. It Wsot Ian Out retBlar divine amfe, w.sid..
: god
farming. to aaeeyen.etst; uoesot zed kip lit
of the record and encourages in their every one who cares to indulge in fine Tie Pb nk Sudajr a :.r'lcsa will a* ..w at

RAILROAD COMMISSION.: bold violation of the law, to the passageof : Bert Kapp assisted by A. L. 'King: fathers to fill a bolster whose function L u ata.iIoJatoa.at II r Po L".. A' Bypotnm., ate ,. .

-.1' which: they themselves consented. as I has been engaged for some time building b purely ornamental the chief object aeY.J L W'AU&.aroma.Ceagsegatlanaz '

The Kiniiiumr. 'Taller Gudh"Iew all men know. a house for S W. Upton which will being to construct an article both light

.f(ft*SU. tioa M 1.'dttorianyEaprered. The Florida East Coast Railway alone probably be finished during the week. and firm without the dents and inequalities Cbanla.KeY. .
lute to result unless a proper ."D.PAUL lassie.acb'hiiddt .
has acted throughout honorably and Elmer Forrey had the ud- misfortune COB5KH SLAT FOR A GQOABS WINDOW. I stiffening is. a ad. After various attempts .aituiuuIkI4JI ,. ...1$, ,.:,
with propriety. They treated it u a legitimate to cut the thumb of his left hand very and the aide walla. That disposition 1 the following experiment wu S at t9.. a*. ,
CIu1.tI.- ghdeavc
Attoniey-General Lamar recently business matter, and made I badly while opening a cocoanut. "He laves trouble to the builder, but it successfully tried: Two breadths of Meeting WdB r l.y*at at T .all aa.It. g. M. fre"*

made public. a statement which war equitable concessions which secured did it with his little hatchet. look very ugly unless treated..u here cretonne are sewed together if the

their exemption from the order. The suggested la our picture of a 'C fDer .Aaa' Cath.tie Cbfu.
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widely circulated, defining the issue Murray has begun the good "
,three cent rate for round trip tickets is window led. The form of the seat Ied..lae wits SwMU/.Jtatarr at*. tan Ji i
in,olvc MM art feme rest, ttUr .J
l. and I in operation on that road. In other Fall in line. the tt 100-durka.m. tmmUy HdMMil at 1 f, at
the Plant System F. C. & ,. to boja. sooner and restores to it its proper importance >d\iMr.ertJc a' tau a. *

enforce the commission passenger rate ways they have shown a respect for the we plant the sooner we may begin to eat The question what to do with our \ Oa week days-yaw wUl fi at T..*. :
of three c aU. law under, which they' are doing business and harvest the golden fruit windows in 'summer Is 'one that agitates t

which entitles them tp the con : Ironing Sta .. *. :1
In this statement Mr. Lamar estimated C. W. Pierce hu quite recently added the housekeeper both in the city Bags ,

the annual passenger earnings of fidence of the people of Florida.As a considerable extension to his store and in the country. The heavy curtains I / Knigttts PJt Iu. .
the $ need In winter obviously out etwy FiWayWlatuttnu'etaetttad. J
for the other roads respondents
these railroads at six hundred aid limn bn .. .
tao and residence the entire height of the VUtiM cf the question, and elaborate lace .
in these suits what claim have arrogantlaw even CatlcllaltocrtbUrSc9wi>l SuUdia3.a. '
thousand dollars at four cents a mile building, giving not only additional .
curtains do B.
ot the not accord: with the simplicity 'et HurlUUf,eo Co
and out that the eommis ion breakers upon the sympathy WIC.IV .Ja..1C.elf L a L
pointed store space but several extra rooms for i that ought to reign. Still many $417
of Florida?
rate of three cents amounted to a,reduction law-abiding sovereign people the accommodation of the cammercialtrade people ere distreeecd by absolute bareaefla. .

of twenty-five per cent., and a Let them first conform to the law while making a great convenience for .' For these there are materials that .' a c Bookkeeper-Can yon let ate oS

Saving to the public of one hundred and the cases are pending until the courts the traveling public while The Boynton may,be need. These already suggested .1.1 this afternoon, ilr. SdlrtnT Ur
have decided the, cases I Florida has are suitable for the simplest apartment ae.
i thousand dollars. Alex St
fifty Major is closed for the summer. grandmother is .
the railroads Still lighter in Is the dying.EmployerShe
Abrams been a constant friend to appearance BOW
Cir went still further in an
-witness her great griefs but_ingratitude Nelson Larson is suffering with a sore fashionable Singapore net a very open will have to wait a -q
interview b the
reported, Jacksonville weakens friendship. foot caused by a stone bruise giving mesh usually shades of doll red and s day or two, Mr. Dgen I ao going ,
and estimated the to be
Journal saving
two hundred thousand dollars. -. ..- him not only much pain but a great ecru.Caiotsea: to the ball gao myself tab after-
deal of inconvenience are out of fashion but Indian
This statement of the Attorney-Gen The Glass of Fashion.- cotton prints which have much () aooa.-N.Y. Journal

trays b incorrect and affords fresh evidence In justice to Wm. H. Smith we would the same look though without the

of the loose information possessedby The new double faced satin bengalines like to record Mr. Editor that he had glass may be obtained la great vari .Sacrifice Cull.. Sate. vToOirP&hou

most people in discussing the actions are used for bridesmaids'gowns. a hand in that big catch: of fish reportedlast ,ety. For aa expensively fitted room the .

01 the Railroad Commis ..ion. His week. "Bfflie." in fact, played a modern imitations of the old Spanish r '' :
sign Pure white kid gloves are going out of In order to make room for oar Urn
big deal inasmuch u he furnished the and Italian colored laces are very mit-
meat b an able one, but it is based on fashion and the delicate tints of cream stock of Fall Goods which car fcmr
bait caught the dory and kept Frank able. They can be bad as yet through i will
the that the purchase next month ia New York
erroneous proposition rate and ecru: suedes are coming in. ,
a few of the largest importing houses
from jumping overboard when Capt. we everythiaf oa hand At Rat
ia force prior to the order of the com. .zt1Isell
and The colored
Some of the newest shirt waists are only are quite costly.
Pierce landed the big shark.! We dont
alsakm was a fonr cent rate.. This is figures are usually in silk. Still much ,A chance that '
made with a sailor collar pointing down mean to insinuate that the happens ooce a year,
incorrect "Deacon"was
effect the came effect may be obtained by REMEMBER-Cfcthtet;, Dry Good
to the belt in front For a dressy
Shortly before the reduction was or. anyways frightened : no doubt carefully staining with appropriatetints and Furnishings at first Coat ,

dered, the railroads were ,charging an the cellar may be covered with lace. i seeing the boat was about full,he wantedto the-figures of an ordinary lace @ lat 124.11.SlUJN'S. BAZAAR.

ordinary fare of four cents but they A novelty among the laces Is called lighten the load bj swimming ashore window, curtain. "You .&at.a F i

were also selling mileage books at two the godet which means that Is woven J F. Berk declares that he saw stars in Even without a curtain the light Wfllier say you bicytfe .

and a half cents. in the form of a circular flounce, so that the middle of the last while maybe: partially excluded and the d .
day Friday
look.of bareness avoided by the,jodicjou r DADTTT AID OT TO DATlitetter "lea,papa.1 II.
Now there is no positive proof to be it hangs like a ruffle with any gathering. '
assisting to untangle Mr. Harper's big nee of a little stained glasvor:: histeed b iatendecf4 for t doable bed "w u. .t j ;dost start ou d t
had to show the income evidence you
proportionate Polka dots are much b mule which had become "
very badly flight of it Hindoo pierced brass, which fid stitched into long bag one end those
derived from the two classes of tickets in the new hosiery and. blue and tan ened and proceeded forthwith to' na- comes ia thin abeet..DeI can be eat of which II an..'11 with a strong letter,chafes and earn our '- ,

,Tout In the opinion of competent railroad stockings are liberally sprinkled with harness itself. The. direct cause of Innumerable and bent to'any shape, or Japanesestencils gathering thread. ': aca..; papa, I'd ratter ban a ,

experts the proportion may be blue white or red spots. For eveningwear luminaries out of season, was of stiff, tough paper very pretty A hollow cylinder ia out made byrolling chaiaiaaooe."-Yc&kert Siatwas&a. \

fairly estimated at one-half. In all ia design. Oar"bay window"show four large sheet of stout brown
.. silk hose with real lace fronts are a vigororskkk on the right cheek by For SaIl At Rut i"' ;'", .
probability the income from the mileage the choice.. our visiting long-eared quadruped. IB. what use may be made of a banging wrapping paper and inserting them ia --- ..:-
pot of musk or other trailing plant the covering which most then be
books exceeded that from the
ordinary A new dress material, called irogaoil stead of following the scriptural injunction and of gayly'colored cushions and a staffed to its ntmost capacity with the Stock of Merchandise, Dry Coola, _
four cent tickets but the sake of
materials of "turning the other also" J. F. Notions, Shoes Ladies' and Cents' Furnishings
slystre.Ub reality two ,one white foxakin rug. la the furnishings packing shavings commonly known U

being conservative let us be content over the other. The upper a watered confessed that he had quite enoughand of windows and window eeata the hot "excelsior.: To aatLernp the open end Reason ,for Jewelry selling, Store other Fixtures basinets etc.demands

with one half' This gives an average gauze or grenadine with a figured foundation did not care to fool with dynamite colors of some stuffs from tropical countries anjl finish each extremity with a pasteboard tune Taoauaoa & Bzowx.17 .

passenger rate of three and a quarter in color* Black over white, with any longer. Fortunately, beyond a must be used in moderation la "button." covered with the material & West Pala Beach, FU.

cents instead of the foul cents quoted by black effect slight bruise no harm was done. the countries-from whence they come: Is butA\ a moment's work and
gives a pretty
a spot, very .
Mr. Lamar, which would-amount to a these are either paled down by the excessively you then have invention which may Nodd-I wouldn't be surprised U

reduction of only a fraction under eight Now that a pocket is an impossibilityin The high winds of last Sunday brought brilliant sunshine or tempered i br fight be named the excelsior bolster m1 boy turned oat to be a pIa,. tr

cent instead of twenty-five per cent. the new gowns, little bags of black ashore many rare and valuable sped by the almost complete darkness of the for the one described has been ia use i wright.

per satin, dotted with pailUes or embroid- mens of shells, which have been gathered Tooma In the diffused light of our for many mouths and has sever lost '.
as stated by him, and a saving of only Todd-What mats think sx TNoddHe'a
thousand dollars instead of two ered are carried by the French women. in large quantities by many of our apartments they are apt to look gaudy, an' iota of its form or stiSneaa yon
bandied thousand dollars. Brocaded satin is also used, and the people. H. B. Murray has been the especially when of cheap material But An airy canopy formed of muslin each a good French

Indian reds and be used to curtains depending from a large bow scholar.-Nuggets
antlers of conscientious people who bags are drawn up with a ribbon run most fortunate picking up. several mar yellows can
tied ring in the is
through ceiling a
.1 lily understand the case enough to through a shirr ith a double heading. ket baskets fnl1.Freed1uud cooler advantage colors with indigo a sufficient white nile body green of pretty addition to a bed furnished in Boat building done right at home, U
"most approved work.
know that the issue turns upon the reasonableness A pretty cape is made of gray ben- Bros., who are at wont on and the like. this manner and will not interfere with manship and at living manner prices.good Call oa

of the rate fixed by the galine well covered with bold designs in the'extension to the Royal Poinciana at The Art Amateur also advisee that a ventilation. Copt A. T ROi .

'. tomraiiaon will be alarmed at the mag- : black lace applique. A raffle of chantilly Palm Beach' this summer, were home on. bedroom in the summer cottage which
la visit last Sunday. it describes be hupg with ofa (sprees VI..erl. Advertising ia a great thing." ,
tiUnde of the reduction as officially i over a plaiting of black chiffon may paper

.jtated **oy the Attorney-General, and 1 I I finishes the edges, and the yoke ts of Thornton Bros., of Delray spent last plain tint cr at a little greater expense the A'importance large volume of might correct be fingering written on ia "Anyepfcialproo!?" .
with dull
will criticise the commission for having shirred chiffon with a frill of lace and Monday in town grass cloth green or "Yes the Widow Daboejr adverti*
looking over changes blue., The bedspread is of dotted swiss playlngjtbe_piano,_ and yet it is one of
gone too far and jeopardized their case. chiffon farming a deep collar.-New and improvements. the most difficult: things in the world to 'ed her hone for sale,and the widower

A enty-five per cent reduction soundsto York Sun. .. 1:. H. Muller of Delray, was up"to get pupUs bi pay attention to the fin who came to look at it fell in love ,

Buy business man acquainted with attend 'the K. 0. T. M. review last Sat, gering of a, 'tbmpositioa, even when the with her."-Chicago Record. .

Close margins of profits, unreasonable Kipling as a Fighting- Editor. nrday and remained over Sunday, the l figures are marked plainly above the

and oppressive. But an fight per cent: guest of E. L. Burton.J. notes: 5 Teftihen should expLtia to papUa SQUAM PUNO for sale at a bargain.
Among Kipling's early journalistic the importance of fingering and Instrument in condition.
is within the bounds of Inquire at .
reduction quite F. Berk has been the
experiences was his involuntary assumption first to fet see that they observe it from the startI SUN UFYICL s.rU

reason. "for this occasion only" of the role out pines this season. Among those N i have had young pupils tell me. on my
There u very good ground for the Officer-Come oat o' that I No
of the fighting editor, says literature who will fall in line during the wtek / asking them why a certain fingering

opinion entertained by the commission He was essentially a man of peace and are Funk Bros., H. B. Murray W. N. was marked in their music that they swimming In hpre.

that this eight per cent willbe, more would always prefer making an Otis Oliver Wanenger Amsey Rock-: "supposed it was to make it hard." It Clarence O'Rafrertl-I. ain't awim

e than made up by the increased returns angryman feller A. Elmer 1 r ia a long time before the average pupil I'm
.. lauhh to fighting with him,but one Roberts Forrey L. A. I ming. trying tercocamit suicide!
that will result fpm the reduction.: King and Freedlnnd Bros. can be made to understand that one
t day there called at the office a very 'cause me love baa been spurned by a
is another if
The revenues of the Florida East finger not so good as onlythe
furious photographer. What the E. L. Burton took an outing the past beat tfew New Yerk
front domestic i paper right key U struck with it. Lethe croquette.- Journal -
i Coast Railway passenger I
may have said about him or his photo week and accompanied George Lyman teacher eiplain to hia pupils that correct
travel for the first quarter of the current
down the canal in his launch to New is "common
graphs has been forgotten, but never fingering simply
year on tie three cent round trip rate I. No need sending from for
will those who witnessed it forget the River and Hillsborough Inlet. He sense; that it ia the best and easiest away
.. show a decided increase over the corresponding i any boats when Capt.A.. T. Rose
certain and
back with him executing a
rough and tumble all over the floor in brought a fine collectionof rr way passage build
period in ,the two previous shells. that are sot only difl- you one u fine or u cheap U you
many passages
which he and Kipling.indulged. The want See him. and place you order.
years. libil or whatever lwas which had The Misses Bartram, late of Chicago, cult but are absolutely impossible with
The Attorney-General's figures therefore out correct fingering. When passage Redd-That fellow there .
are certainly: calculated to mislead infuriated the photographer, was notRipling's have made daily trips to the ocean beach ia the music has to be fingered let the over ia
since their arrival in one of the befit golf players In the
., I the public as to the merits of the case, work but the quarrel was Boynton. Fine pupil do it under your sapeivisioo. correcting

and tend to alienate kympathy from the forced upon him, and although he was bathing, magnificent ocean views and .. *BAT W15DOW WITH ItlT. him if be is wrong giving reasons eounlrj.

commission.The handicapped by his spectacles and delightful breezes are among the attractions over pale green or blue silesia to correspond and showing him why be is right I Greene-He doen't look it.

plain truth is that the three cent I smaller stature, he made a very fine and allurements of our incomparable with the wall covering. The if be baa fingered the passage correct- "Wh, doesn't he?"

W' rate would never have been ordered draw of it, and then the photographer ocean ridge park and cocoanut window curtains also are of dotted ly.-Etude. "He haaa't even got a red vest .

4.. and- consequently these suits would whdt 'it may be remarked was very grove. a swiss, which 'forma a pretty pattern Sup 8...U I* *.*.! 0Uch.... on."-Yonkera Statesman. ;J
been if had drunk And Capt C. W. Pierce himself with diamond shaped window panel'1bo"IDg ,
r Bern have brought it not -was ejected. Kipling wipedhis expresses automatic ventilator that neither
An ,
it The furniture ia For Sale at .
been for the fact that the railroads broke glasses and buttoned his collar. u being perfectly: delighted with the mainly of through bent; rattan including the sleeve, nor forgets but constantly ..* Rare) Bargsjaa I I

faith with the commission. That body .. .. acetylene gas plant recently placed in gracefully abaped dressing table with mutes free exit of hot and contaminated -. Stock of Merchandise Dry Goods

was perfectly satisfied with the four cent Twain Wasa't Well. his establishment by the Ontario A.Cety its oval mirror frame. The bed ia of air aDd an abundant entrance of Notions Shoes Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings .

rate coupkd with,the two and a half Twain lean Gas Machine Co., J. A. McUay brass aDd enameled Iron and the desk that which la pare Reason ,for Jewelry selling Store other Fixture business*, etc..

cent mileage becks.Ia Here is a story of whose manager. The brilliancy of the light is of oak. Walls and ceiling of patent plaster time. THOMASOM & BaowN.demands

fall of 1897 the commladou after dinner speeches are At finished with enamel paint .
the unique. a something wonderful. The only anxiety S 3 West Palm Beach rs .
expressed their satisfaction, but stip. I dinner to which he was invited his the Captain has had has been a fear' D.I* tahIe alee ....1... Simple wood molding and door flubbed ,

slated that no change should be made name was associated with the toast of ot running out of carbide and the necessity Rice pudding in its simplest form is : with waterproof varnish Bill-Are TOO eupertitiooa about
delicious, but it is often spoiled by the A full length closet well supplied opals?
without their authority. The railroads Uteratnns" by an orator, who referred of falling back on the kerosene ,
addition of and raisin Properly with shelve racks and boob of varioussis
this. Sxm afterwards early with great eloquence to Homer A little egg Nell-Wdl, I think it's
to unlucky to
agreed lamps. chat over the 'phone made it should contain only rice milk, a and thapee for holding atoveware
ia lags the railroads broke faith and Shakespeare Milton and-Mark Twain.In with the manager at the other end of salt sugar and nutmeg in the proportion and other cooking ntenaUa. refuse tbem.-Philxdelphla Record.

withdrew the mileage books alleging response the humorist thanked the the line enables me to vouchsafe the of one-quarter of a cupful of rice A brick foundation for the cooking WaaUd. .

M the reason the damage inflicted on speaker for his kindly references and information that in the future that most to two quarts of milk the remaining range -....-..

them by scalpers. After six monthsspent excused himself from making longer necessary article can be supplied to c us. ingredients being added to suit individual A sheet iron hood placed over the A good strong clarinet or cornet

b fruitless negotiations for the speech by Saying, "Homer is dead, turners in any amount desired and at a taste It should be baked Ins range and connected with floe ia thechimney player who Is either a painter and airn-

restoration .of ,the mileage book, the Shakespeare and, Milton are no more discount of about forty per ant from slow oven for fully two boors and u to carry off the steam and writer a baker or a carpenter. U correspond
and II1oa't feel well self!" often as a yellow crust forma over the odors from cooking. with S. H. HimtSBTT
Committion ordered the three cent rate. very m> former prices u it is now being received ,
top it should be itirred aader. 80 madet Floor covering of linoleum with Band
the railroads promised that Detroit Free Press. by the ton. West Palm
Afterwards +I and served icy cold it ia delectable. ao-, fometTkal design ta soft pretty cet: Beach gig

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