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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 31, 1899
Frequency: weekly[<1913-1926>]
weekly[ former <1891-1902>]
semiweekly[ former <1903-1906>]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Juno Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
Coordinates: 26.709722 x -80.064167 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from The State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1887.
General Note: "Search for the truth is the noblest occupation of man; its publication a duty."
General Note: "Official paper of Dade County."
General Note: Published at Juno, <Mar. 25, 1891-Jan. 3, 1895>; and at West Palm Beach, <Jan. 31, 1895-Oct. 8, 1926>.
General Note: Editor: <Jan. 21, 1892> G.I. Metcalf.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 5 (Mar. 25, 1891).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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: UF00075915:00579
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Related Items: Daily tropical sun
Preceded by: Indian River news

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f I! Y PUR1IY R 01A.t: :, "1 A Pretty..Wedding LIVELY LOCAL LINKS. T2, ;>COUNTY.. TIDINGS la DaiaasY.Memoriam. I I HERE AND THERE. : '

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<, People. They Come and do=People to We Louis Waters Tuesday night What. the Sun's 'Men Heard. in The' .k. ,Interesting Items From Awl with human pathos us weep deep, Scraps of News About This uJ TUtlwiv f
occasion of one of the
Y"at prettiest
.",\ You May or'May Not'knowiJ" Lively; Local Whirligig. rdet.O' Correspondents.PtlRAT .' Bow in grief and sorrow low and DlferutThiap. i
witnessed in W st Palm
weddings ever For a stricken brother's woe ,
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fkt'aSy'ral! [;esch.As : For bis fo'-d bopes quickly fled V t
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A tUlaaca,or Fsrsonal Htmi-YUUors In I announced in the invitations'sent \. Mirror of Minor HapBtmfnks Aeeld.nts Very Carefully Compiled us Confined to tail And his yoong bride cold and dead. Xous ant ll*.s .f UUmtt*

i '' .Vha City art au.... YUlUnj !their. friends, the. Ceremony took place mlftiflvrBtJ, aid a Most Interest to Ue i 0 Death,than visitant of woe I Everybody IB C*. ral aaila llebe''y

; -'. Out of tha City." '. fW. "+ Fr. Galaxy 0011p. L'WIIIf': of Dade County i Crashing brightest hopes so low I PanitaUr.
":'-.-..... ... "", 1\11 l\ iSt. Ann's Church Rev. Fagat r 10' I Sweeping o'er life's gardens fair: S
,.,-v officiating! The church was" appropriitelydecoratedforthe f_ .. ow : .5'- .. II Snatching gems most rich and rare; --ass-

.Stobt..liwTapla graceful Frank CortnghTis i full charge tt .' D01KCS.y Passing worthless wretches by, Rev c. S. Long is now at West Juf iWr'
4 yews Frlday:- 1'm-i.UUfW.tl. patina and bright flower? a5<$nndiag|nj ''althe fccyele H spitaL J ; ,Jf.. Dooming worth and troth to die I on his homestead claim. ,..

'' t prc'fasionwhiteevery sell lat nea aid < ; br. ,Thomason.:of West Paint BeachiwS ; To die I ah I
they never die.
no
; G.DeBerry.ret nrnedtjbiaJacksonHi icons Were compelled to be content .fsud[ A. E Heyser has purchased the ; iatown' J Tuesday and 'did considerable But oa freedom's wing shall fly Mass and aermon at & .Ana's Ct&uUft.

p' -" Saturday night. ** s with'stauding room.: ,>-, D. W, Merritt place' at, Miami for bb dental'work Upwards into broader light Church bonday at lo a. m.
home. !?***
1 And beloved
existence
rL- Tax Collector JEL'J,..Aathory has returned .- Promp ith9arappo'rated the m Scott and wife((colored),losUheir Swept more from fields of earth and bright time; Hon J. F. Barr Is now daily UfUtted

,from. ,tits'Weker itp.Mil. .:::: ridfl p4tAeI ,%lf chvfl t 'or. The Palms Block is being bricked up i youngest IOU Sunday evening He,was To that higher life sublime I in the Customs Howe af tliaai. *
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D. H. BreW and: postmaster as ,(orchestra played Lohengrin's .and. shows what it is going to look" like baried Monday afternoon. Thus;sister,would we mourn for thee Surf bathing loses none of its charms

B M* Brelsford,4of Palm Beach,' are Wedding March, Judge A,,E. Heyser when completed. .j f..,.DeUay. is to have a barber shop it is As one whose death wss victory f as the summer season wants as iNnumerous
with the, "bride on, ,his arm, leadiog the !! and the will be able to We mourn totose a life so bright .
home. from their trip to Ohio. !i j T. D. Ne.maltft Saturday night for romon men sweetness parties each week would
Shedding love and
light
pncession to the chancel where stoodthe ;
t :!. the Island'City to a position with' wjjar; smooth faces once more. A beauteous beam'to mortals attest .
Joe Barman. stoppedp.er Tuesday groom and Fr,'Fagat awaiting them. accept given j. p a hBrisbone's
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his the Key West Club., diL S. J. Lane is having, the DeBe-- To allure their souls to Heaven : -
night'to visit his mother on :
way Then came the maid of honor,, 'littlepessie M restaurant opposite tbe
i from Key West to Jacksonville. Waters, 'sister of the 'bride. Work started.the first of the week on gorry house overhauled, and will encloseit But eclipsed at brightest noon town.council ball, has been greatly ba- fr
at present, bat,expects to make something Thy light of life went out too soon-
the bridesmaids and the of the proved in appearance by its gaudy dma
*GW/Idn left Taesday morning for Following were, moving southernmost of the of it fn-the future. Too soon for an the sweet to-be

0 Philadelphia:?where he'will attend the groomsmen,. as follows..: Miss Eva. Yar Stites cottages to the south end of the With lum who loved' 'and nourished thee. of new paint and trimmings.

t. National Encampment.of the G. A. R. borough and*-Mr. Frank Waters,.Miss lot at the corner of Fern and Olive Miss Lillie Lane and John Wright,of Oh i may the balm that Christ Imparts Letter from Dr. S D Pain would

.. Marie Waters and Mr Joe Wilkinson, streets.Labor. Miami; were united in marriage at the Heal these broken.",bleeding hearts. indicate that he and Mrs. Paine are ee
't4 s. P C Jones/accompanied by her Moffattand home of the bride's parents Tuesday .
MissGussie Mr.Tony Lopez Farewell, sister and dear.
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life tbt
sister )11'1.Carter, left for Tampa Tuesday Miss. Carrie Cheatham and Mr. Bert \arporjough > Day: is to be,observed at Miami evening at 8 o'clock. Rev. j. R. Walker, I Thy name and memory we revere; joying Quaker City of to fitfitost.
and living oa tee fat that lasdcf
V for 'a month'j-vishat'rier former ,- Miss Flora Redifer and Mr. oo September.,4th next Monday. An of,West Palm Beach officiating ODtyrdaUm.ud' And UW the onward sweep of year plenty.

t borne.JllXLl.._ .. effort is :to be madesto"eecerespecial a few intimate friends Shall hash tor sorrows dry our tan .
t .Wilber Yarborough The ushers wvreJosf still shall thY r.lthfullove and truth .u ,
'trfk1 Brown i. end tiU aepbctrenf:tih'11.JV.; McDonald and E.'J. Master, rates on that occasion' ,from all points: in were present Mr. and Mrs. Wright Flourish In immortal youth-- Last Friday Miami publicly celebrate,

Dicer today to.begin the construction' of t The remarks by the priest officiating the County. took thtir'departure on :the eveniagtrtja -JAMBS.CALVIN HARRIS. the occasion of the completion: of tat
for aalaml./ The brid"e h'as MfamI-Key.West.Havana cable tuna
jvere.very appropriate and well chosen Miami boast of many ..at.DadeCODUty .
the e'i' Episcopal,ChurSiAtp llebniltthere can a real, Ufe'IOdaI
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friends uniting the of the Antilles wlDade's
here who. txteod ,hearty congratalaUons. Queen
who tit formal service itself of ,
;, was club, known is The Tuxedo. It starts .. \ Stock Question,
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t .*+. Special interest to the may who j%. > Magic City.Fred
present off with a select membership of nineteen! ;, ': ,.

k. : tJj!; Belle Earnest, of Lantana, passed. laiaevef wlthessed'a" Catholic marriage' of 'Miami's young society men. Its oVJectsare II' .' ., Three. weeks ago-aquestion of ouch 8. Horse was a paaeegsr ea
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\ .. jo town yesterday, greeting.. ,. pki ., -- purely: social. .' 1 ,a xAdvett he I. t i importance: to. both the stockmen and Tuesday's north-bound tn1a.'tuiUtI to

friends and enjoyingthe dance. in the indicted bjr the costumes worn by t- -**" i MJ. the'railroad of Dade County wa' heard Lithia Springs for a short vUt trout
.
'C I"-l' ; b'i this GeogH,h altb1" new home will soot $ n.i; ft th ibt. seriously
__ .VViJvi he ideaaslds, win what is termed before Judge Heyser at Miami. which place he wilt probably go to Newt
be comment d. T. D. Brown the wet) about tl matter know that adwenJsitg
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_nbow' dinThe bride The 'referred of
f wet wore: case to .is that E. York and on to Boston, his fdnier
J. N.'Parker Is looking foraafd with :! ; known architect, and builder hu the be it grit snot premium
i or pays a on
& organdy tn'mined white Whidden home.
wWtj with satin I vs. the F. E. C. Ry Co. in _________
pleasure to the arrival of his friend and contract for its erection. The the invested. Tt
materialhas moaky not
;'" .. and chiffon niching and applique.' The nay. bring which the question was heard upon demurrer
mascot L, F. Nash of Peoria, .111., whoI already been ordered. direct results, bat.it is more often like Whether The steamship Miami... taken 4'
veil and
hR bridal dress were both appropriately as to one losing Stock
i expected Saturday eight t : trinmed with blossoms. "casting: bread open the waters." The their the railroad her Havana ran last Saturday and pent
orange by slrajiiig
"' J. E. Arnout, the everywhere-known of is not much upon to Philadelphia for repaiis sad over.hauling *
WinfiMd Bar am, . I house mover, is engaged at Mangoma sett an article that everybody wants as it in the Cramp shipyard. UK
eompaaied his sisters the Misses white trimmed could"ntuver
by wore organdy with Val. against the Railroad Com.
visitors :in |in placing the factory oj the Lake WorthrruiC is. to make everybody want ,an article steamship Cocoa takes her run dutiejj
bridesmaids
t D rot sy' and Bmma, were lace The costumes of the : pany in Dade County Dade having her absence.
Company back ,in the position advertiser I The ,
that the sells
merchant

town,yesterday, were of white organdy ovet the following what is knosrn as "the no fence law"
colors : Miss Yartyrough, light from storm.which it was blown by the recent must keep his name and wares passed in 1897. An Arcadia girl named plain ."Mary
Mrs. A. V.
passenger
Lansing was a
Miss Marie before the people all the time to catch The at her birth dropped the r" when aU.
k on Monday's train for.Ean Gallie, where green ; Waters light pink Court sustained the demurrer.. ;
: .. ,*she will pay a visit to her daughter Mrs. Miss Moffatt, yellow satin Miss Cheat- Frank B. Everett is constantly addingto new customers, who are ever changing. which, according to a lengthy article en grew op and became Miss May. As be

s W. H. H. G.eason. ham red ; Miss Redifer, light blue. his jplendid stock of fancy poultry People as a rule are very forgetful.' the subject in the Miami Metropolis 'began 'to shine in a a slat way lie i

At the conclusion of the service as the White Plymouth Rocks and Black Min They have to think pretty bard to n e settled' the question that stockmen could changed the "y" to "e" and signed her

Mrs. Chas. W. Pierce and. Master orchestra played Me"d member the.Vice.Presidential candidate in letters Mae. About she ,
lsohn's Wedding orcans seem to be his favorate varietiesbut not recover this County for such year ago "as

c Charlie were in town on a shopping March, the bride and groom led the he has a nice stock of other breeds two campaigns back, and yet he was damage. In other words that while married : now she has dropped the V

t trip this week leaving Chas. Sr. to look wedding party to*the door where carriages a.id all doing splendidly. -. pretty well advertised at the time. It the law says the railroads shall erectfences and it'stion. just plain "Ma. Ttu.t'l tvtlu.

after the. store in their absence. were in waiting to convey them t tAt has been truly said that the time.to advertise on both sides of their tracks to .
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M B. Lytnan, Geo. L. Branniag and to tbeliome of M. J. Yarborough where Reve d'Ete the winter home of C. is, all the time. In business keep stock off, or pay damage if any The houseboat Caiman, owned by

+ G o.,R. Lyman were visitors in town .I wedding supper was spread and of I.( ragin, the casing of the artesian well there is no such thing as standing still occurs by their negligence in not to Pierre Lorillard the tobacco minafoc

Monday from the foot of the Lake. course:'greatlr eujoyed by all present. has been reduced from four to two and A business man must go forward or he dcing, that the stock law of 1897, by turer, which has been hauled cut at lit

They came up in the Lyman launch. I The young. couple enter .the. lists! of one-half'. inches. in. diameter, which has. L will_ "_go,back: Each_u year's_,_ effort should implication, relieves them of that obligation -I shipyard all summer,.harinfft new, steel.
not reduced tne former whichhas uc 10 !exceed: last year s! sales. The! only I --
married life with ,
the best wishes of hnn- pressure under the law.
hull I is
.t Wednesday last C E. Chase and all do this is advertise. Advertisein put on, abol&tomplete sad
to to
dre s who know them both. The bride been sufficient to rise to a height of way The same question was tried last week will 'be launched in few davv Shewill
his family passed through Boynton on has 40 ft 5 in. above the ground leveL Chief busy times because the iron ,must be this a
I always been known as a girl, of before Ju ge Glenn of place on then be towed to Indian River
their retprn'from 'mtosoyable l trip struck when it is and advertise in ,
hot
I .. f : 'loved gardener Thomas i!* putting in consider ,
seet and amiable disposition, precisely the same state of alleged facts where she will be used.this winter for
to Michfgan'and'other points NortH.'I : able hard work in dull times to heat the ,iron. It can be
getting the groundsinshape .
I f* hymen who knew her while the.groom I in the declaration and the same demurrer pleasure purposes.-Jacksonville CalL

E. R. Bradley, wife and daughter formerly is recognized as an honest.straight-for for the coming s ason. He is now done.-Bartow Courier Informant. in substance, but Judge Glenn ---

'I residents of Lantana now of ward, industrious oung man who?a constant preparing to plant out one hundred .- differed from judge Heyser and held Inventor : "I've hit a money.nuking

Cape Sable passed through Tuesday on contact with the people'of this comm pomelos.of a choice variety, ; r Scuppernong" Grapes'Pay.As the declaration good overruling the thing at last. The preachers wilt !go ,
1. has him wide circle of WIld over it, and it will sell likhot t
their way to Chattanooga on a visit to -pity given a -- hose demurrer:thusdentonstratingthatcourts
anevidence of the sOmetimes "
cakes. It's church contribution boa.
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relatives there. acquaintances and friends. They willfko1J1I Lodge Room 'vs. Pool Room. as well as doctors,, sometimes Dis -
I neglected little things on the farm Friend "What is Out l" Itv.
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housekeeping in a few days in one tm agree., Able lawyers outside of the
Will and Frank,Chasc *never fail to .of the Whilldin Cottages on Olive street. Rev C.. H.. FiUwilliam, of the Fifth pay we cite an instance right here. County counsel in these cases hold that the 1897 venter: It'll triumph. The coins tU

extend the nearly-taSd to the boys II.Thhest' wistito'of'THE Sow and their Avenue Baptist Baptist Church Allegheny Treasurer John C. Blount baa just marketed law in nowise exonerates the Railroad j through slots of different sins, and half- '

here, so they came up from Boynton Penn in 26% bdshehf of black scuppernong crowns shillings and rispcnce fund on
m urf friends follow ,them. May their a sermon on "The Company from liability for damages
yesterday to take hand (or foot) in the grape* off of eight vines at $320 a velvet but the pennies and bJ
hves. .be long, happy and successful. Lodge Room vs. the Pool Room," said done to stock, where the damage was llt'.1tS
Social Hup last night. L c to an immense audience : "Youngnun bushel making $85.60 an average of not the direct fault of the claimant. The drop on a'hinese gong."-Tit BsU.

C. E. Chase with additional twenty r'V must have congenial society and entertainment $8.50 per vine. He had to trouble of case decided by Judge Heyser will go An Alabama young man alto wata
t disposing of all he had and could have
i 1 six pounds of avoirdupois, paid his first Sftfe Method of Removing Warts. and especially in a great city. sold here the up on error to'the Circuit Court.In widower by a bold stroke of K.giaal.

t visit to town Monday since his return .. .r The church does not'Put forth sufficient many' ;more right i trouble in city. I both cases the questions involved ity and in order to secure some.*...*.ty .
Grapes little
from Michigan 'Even j179heats the. flit from the d sea gist a solution of efforts to reach and interest them. The are or expense were ably tried by Dr. W S.tGraham of married his mother.i.taw. lye may ,
: workto
the
fie about
( majority of the churches lack practical picking being only the firm of Robbins & Graham for the find the of ? f
evidence of a good \im c change of c ie acid two drachms to one fluid position stepfather It his

,.., diet. hrft. of water. Dip a sliver of wood, measures for'practical; men.:f The pool be done. ,It seems that very person Railroad Company and W. I. Metcalf, former wife a sinecure. As acting
I who home would''l at least have
owns
atch or a toothpick, in the solutionan room is on a level with the saloon. Lh ._. Esq., on behalf of the plaintiffs. The grandfather to his own children h* may .

Miss Nell Clow started Monday.for a
visit with relatives in Chicago and Min may be repeated every day or two ,of refinement and Christian they can use.-Bartow Courier. Informant watched with interest' by others than second union result in offspring, he may

I aeapolis. Miss Clow is the owner of a for three or four times. Warts.some.ti4a I courtesy. Next to church and home I ., .a t. I. the parties litigating. find much mental enjoyment in the real:

pineapple plantation in the Dixie settle* disappear 'without treatment know of"no' place where a young man' You Will Never Be Sorry. -S. .. ization that he is the father of hu eld*>t',

went south of town',which she managespersonally whkt accounts for the supposed efficacy may more profitably spend an evening. .. A Missouri country editor thus laments son's uncle or the fond parent .f bit

attending to every businessdeUiL ofaomeof the charms used to removeth4i.September And yet we are told that the work ofa For doing your level best over the death of his wife : "Our youngest daughter's aunt-Ex. .. <

Ladies' Home Joiir- benevolent society is the work of the For your faith in humanity.For wife is dead. No more will those willing -_....

The Misses Edith and Norma Carlin nalT, : ,,.. .. .. devil. I reply give us a great deal being kind to the poor. feet replenish the coal hod and the 5omeLar&.Mdou.
.. more of the same sort of devil. It is not For hearing before judging.For water pail. No more will she arise amid |
Frank and t-
and the Messrs McCurdy "." the work of the devil to take care of the being candid and frank. the tempestous storms of winter and \ Monticello P-llt'r..ys that Mr. W. I
. Dennis McConnell, of Jupiter were visitors The Literary and SocialI&OGKAM club.t .
all sick and support the widow and orphan.It Ear thinking before speaking. build fires without disturbing the,man i M. Girardeau has received notice of a'

in 'town Tuesday I returning ..- is practical Christian-like religion. ,For discounting the talebearer.For who doted on her so fondly. We have nie'on at l. ke Park.Ca.,01 his Triaml'" I
r Wednesday except ,Miss Edith Carlin, FOR SE T. 7. 1 he church first, the after. had the on her -
'.- lodge Allow being loyal to the preacher. following put lonnstone: variety that weighs 138 pounds. This
in social
the
who staid over to participate Quotations from Loc sley Hall-Ten nothing to stand in your way of,being a For standing by your principels. "To the memory of Susan Jane, wife of is the largest melon that ae have ever-

; 4. hop. Wednesday- night. nyson. true disciple of Christ,but do not hinder i For stopping your ears to gossip. John Smith, the gentlemanly editor of heard of. He will send this meta to

f: County Surveyor Franklyn Sheen was Sketch. of Dickens-Miss Potter. ortpeak unkindly of those although For asking pardon when in error. the weekly Bugal. Terms one dollar William Jennings Bryan. l

l ; e up from his field of operation last Fri. Poem, Dickens-Miss Thomason. not members of the church are contributing For the influence of high motives.For per year. Office over Jones' grocery. This melon it will be mxical was

t' .t- < day. He has kept busy at work. Child's History of E g'11.rj, largely-toward the amelioration of .bridling a slanderous tongue. We shall miss thee darling, we shall grown in Georgia. So far sane have '

feosu ,seventy-five to one hundred and Gruber. :too, / their' fellowmen by relieving'"distress.Live For being generous with an enemy. miss thee. Job' printing done cheaper heard Mr. A. D. Alderman of this city I/

1J'J'. twenty.five men, the number he haiad' ; T e of Two CiUes-Mrs. Anfh6ny.IJockslr : to make the world better and For being square in business deals. than any othei.office in town Our sot the champion Florida grower this year, e

employed in the land reclaiming operations .. Hall-Mrs. Stowers.- brighter by practice, of true religion. "- For sympathizing with the oppressed. rowing spirit cries tn'agony. Subscribe his largest weighing an even hundred,
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.M > *- THE: :WAR.y 'face mine went',,and down which destroyed.,again was.brought:and, 'hooked.. to the' to:sur-tb*: i7BK. BALTIMORE, TAI: } ; .' -.!<" 1 i i c. Tt '

... .BRAVE; HEARTS GALORE -, ..........
; : IN, EVERY ABE SAFRANEK &, SONUANAGKKS ,-
RANKAND'STATION. It was not becaus the roster of fearless --, }
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I F _, l leaders was' exhausted that the OF Does Y ) .
Mausers cut down only three commanders
-A assail Carp* Lleiteaaat ud HU The Three Friends ,. ,
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at the tead of WikotTa brigade In
:a Gallant Rlde-DlTlBV AHM LIT is
e f '1Plrai'a.a ,Shark to Detatnr'' the attack on San Juan hilL Colonel .' Tailoring Company. ,Suit You !!!. .
Wlkoff, Colonel.Worth. and Colonel Lie '
)Mise-I. Jaaa nil ad El S .
eaa.er. r 4 >
cum all went down within 20 minutes
lCvpyright,189a, by Q. L. Kilmer.] after the brigade' came under dre. SUITS m PARTS mi TO 'cm '
LTHOUGH the Colonel Ewers ef the Ninth Infantry ;
, .' Spanish' war Ota the Next to .
was senior officer of the brigade

more' properlythe after the fall 'of .Ljocum. He lived Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing I '< a. really
actual flghting. through the ordeal which followed. ', .
; =-- '. 'was aa affair where A Specialty, '- ; lk
| so many gallant soldiers bit the the i
of weeksonly dust: but his escape was owing to his I&tl .
t It "a dedtim'anl charmed life rather than agility. in ,FIT m WORKMAXSiilP EtMSTEEB, And it ,

: bright seeking shelter.As WEST PALM BEACH.FLA. '
= ..'. to the soon as the troops lined np in the ineSi..Ii t,
i r":,4 Scroll ,of martial captured trenches it became a long clothes : : t, .

r- [i heroes. One of range duel ,with every advantage on .' .
-.. the first soldier the side of the Spaniards because of G. W. IDNBR ,
.
i victims of yel their smokeless powder. Colonel Ewers
.t' low fever at stood head and shoulders above the .S It'will,_If it is

; ( _' .. Santiago In the' breastworks scanning the enemy's ..& N.. lilt; .
t recent outbreak Ineg. in vain the young o1ieera-he furnished you by 14
:;;a.-- t ; ..
of the scourge is a civil war veteran-urged him to
was an army man who made a gallant avoId exposure. But with field glass In Jeweler&'and pliciansWatches. .,

ride In Porto Woo to call Uje.battle hand he swept the line right aid leftand the right :
off. and save'many' noble lives at the finally handed the glass to the ".
Clocks, Jewelry,
signing of the 'peace protocoL Lieutenant Junior who had been most persistent,, Goods ,t pearance ,ODO..
> Musical
James B. McLaughlIn of the In begging: him to keep down. "You Strings, etc.

signal corps was the hero. see that line of intrenchments over would -
When the protocol was tinder consideration there T said he "I am keeping them AlrI Ink. Bl !k r Rush: .
the column under -.:-.......", ...-, -.... ......, : paper .
American busy.
,,, t '
General Brooke.was making all speed Having located the source of the NEWS DEPOT Now
to Guayama. a town surrounded by Spanish fire with risk' to himself he directed .
formidable heights upon which the that It be returned from his own DAILY PAPERS. "right," if
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.Bpanjards took up position. The troops Une. That gaY: the Spaniards new. p. f I
tolled up the mountain sides the night employment for the rest of the' day. Fine hatch I 8iclry RepalriBE t, ,
+ Of Aug. 12 and got Into position to The negroes are to have further .
open fire upon the Spaniards., Lieuten chance to show their valor now that IX ALL BRAKCBES.Blitk The *ay .* .
ant UeLanghlln was.In the rear constructing the Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth 'I tb prta. ,
: :
'signal lines and at 1 o'clock, have been added to tlIe'army in 'the'uilippinea. S.111011 West ha! Beaei. < 4,29-IT I
the 13th. received over his wire running .* The noncoms of the colored I

- back to the port at Arroyo the regiments are the stuff for heroes.In ,
news that the protocol had been sign. the Twenty-fourth at San Juan hill Clematis Avenue
ed. He knew that General Brooke Sergeant Henry Thornton, the crack .
would storm the heights at the earliest shot of Company L. rushed to the sum .
moment to prevent the Spaniards gathering mit in advance locate the Spanish' .Supply Store-;: ...... '. '
strength. The shortest road to Hues He found himself only 300 yards rs .
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the front was across; country through from the enemy but he stood there I ;: -Weit Palm Beach. Florida \ :., i nurn'

swamps chaparral,and tall grass, an J. D. UATHIS Piopmtor. I 1
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unmarked and tangled pathway. .:;
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Itopntjng hIs horse.the Ueutenant set (S ctMr U Brui i| Viktry til finctrj.C ). ;::
.. Palm
1 oat withojt a guide and no companion '
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:SlT Motto-"Vlaiek Kales and Snail Promi. ;: -. Which ;
but an odery! to carry the news' to to
Brooke'brfore.the ball opened for a Bakery Goods and *';'
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chapter of =i ', .
new carnage. .
Family Groceries
The orderly was soon left behind. the test '
Momentarily expecting to hear the My Specialty. '
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boom of the cannon, the foremost rider Coast, *
drove his spurs Into'his horse to urge Goods delivered'free to any part Blot
of the City or across the Lake. : before
him .throob the thorny bushes chaparral ,
and mire which lay between him ,m Orden Glm Proof AttuUoi. .
trade in
and the. firing line. The infantry supports Goods First-Class and Fresh. Highest
ef the batteries were encountered prices paid for country produce. i

and they told the heated messenger Bay of IIle and will save you lUo"e104r ,
that the guns were ready and the signal High-grade .
{ of attack was waited by the mar- .
ahaled troops. Spurring forward for Is the kind
Geo. S. Hacker & Son
a last dash Mclaughlin reined his t *
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foaming deed before the guns at 1:30.' '!
and his startling apparition, without a and the .

.,,- spoken word arrested the hands of the :
cannoneers who were about to pun an ; .
the 'lanyards, with General Brooke i l Coll (
standing by to direct the firing. When ysan
the ground came to be examined. 'It BEIBKUf HIS rOAMIBO rrYnsome i *"*, >'.'*'
was found that Spaniards were >in minutes, a marvel to himself he once. aH
position to annihilate the' Americans said. :taking the bearings. Mausers that
on that shelterless slope even' without whizzed about him. but still he held his

good gunnery, and so this young lien- nerve. e and fn M"U .
tenant, of his own motion and with Corporal George Orennow explainedhis I
reckless disregard of his life saved'our courage by saying. "The colonel and
' .. army In Porto Rico from horrible disaster said ''Charger and we charged. I knew i

I if I stopped I'd be shot and so kept MANUFACTURERS OF C;
right on until we carried the trenches." A.
i The bloodless campaign In Porto Corooral Thomas Wilson Is a veteranof Doors., ,Sash. And
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i Rico brought out another hero In the the plains Speaking of his regiment I : .
person of a lA;1or. Lieutenant Thomas I at San Juan hill the 'corporalsaid Blinds, MouldingsAND
Griffin of the cruiser New Orleans. : "Oh. yes, wefought! You bet we .
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While not an act of daring under fire did and when It was over we knew we .
the lieutenant's exploit was-carried out had been fighting. When we got to the Building Material,
under rireunutances of great risk and far side, of the river, .we had to cut .
la the face of nnaccn dangers. Sent to i through the wire fences. Captain CHARLESTON.S.C. I Even .,

n-uiove a live mine from. the harbor.of I Ducat ordered us to tear down the .' Largest Factory South. ... ..
Bon Joan he*set out with the best fences, and while we were tearing Send for Prices. ..' where \
equipment possible for his crew of them down the Spaniard were shooing *.
tin picked mine destroyers, but there us to pieces When we charged up a few .
Were acme things In the murky watersof the bill the enemy fled, and Captain dollars .- ,
Ban Juan harbor not to be provided Ducat took up a gun to wing one. Justas t .
Igalust oauifly, sharks, and live wires he aimed he was shot through the delays
connecting with the >mammoth'sub thigh. The day after I found one of !'

marine torpt dl our men lying on the field, his rifle in .
For two hours the divers roamed the firing position. He had been shot

bottom of the sea in the. locality plumb through the center<<: of the fore- less .
pointed out by the Spaniards before head. i
th* monster engine of death was discorered. "I wasn't afraid until the battle was An.advertisement I 'r r

At last It had been safely disengaged over then I wondered how I ever went The Sun '. ,
from the massive mushroom throught it-

anchor which held it down. A cattail '. +."y\
or block with a clawllke hook, was at- Many stories have been told of the
tached to the ring in the end of the hoisting of the American colors upon I
'torpedo and the crew attempted to the atone fort at El Caney. The most .
haul It to the surface. Suddenly theWight plausible and best sustained Is that of m'THE \ ,
' under water grew light and it Sergeant Bergman of the Twelfth and is
transpired that the motion of the tide regulars No one has disputed that :
bad lifted the torpedo high enough for Private Abel hoisted the flag, but It SUN ready -j. I
It to slip the hook of the cattaIl from has been declared that he only did so '
.to ,
ts ring and that meant of course that after the proper color bearer bad a .:.. .
the terrible explosive was traveling to'' !flunked under fire Bergman's stol'1l1 are J. .
will'br41g
that Colonel Comba called when .""
the bottom.Impelled Its own weight : out ,/.
aDd might explode underneath tip the head of line reached the fort: "Run gotten ,
bunch with a force to swamp It The up the colors quick! Anybody! A
boat was 'pledlly.pul1ed to a safe distance great rush for the roof ensued, but the results' style .

but no explo occurred. difficulty wa3 In getting there on the .:)
BUently. as a man who had made Jump. Corporal Myers attempted to / .
ap his mini to a desperate deed thesVotenant scramble up the walls where the shells and Will K Send in a trial
exchanged his uniform fort Ifiid torn holes and made an irregular
.
diver's suit buckled to a cutlass or ladder. He soon found a gap which for anything d
word bayonet and ran down the lad- nimble ashe is. he could not span. 'I I
let Into the water. At the end of an Private Abel elbowed his way past the bang 'em quick. .

nxlous hour the crew felt a twitching baffled corporal .and others In like In the
.t the OC1'&n end of the line and fear plight landing upon a projecting part "
tag the worst hauled away desperately of the roof. The regimental flag and Just try it.Brelsford Note e
bringing to the surface to their then the stars and stripes were passed I
eating shark about 12 feet long he waved It tanntlngly.ln' the faces of .,
Tart of the tackle was visible between the Spaniards. Fads,
tb* shark's jaws, and It was evident heW The men of the Twelfth around the .
swallowed the .block and books fort and along the line of the regiment :- t I ;Jt phlete ,;

fears for the safety of the lieutenant stretching to the right saw the flag and i t
the .
Jwert rat abort by the appearance of greeted It with wild cheers. This enraged in ,
lie Intrepid fellow over the side of the the enemy and volleys of Man \I'
hunch t* having been hauled up Just sere were hurled at AbeL Getting down
btbiod the shark. flat on the roof Abel lay sheltered until And

Tbe diver,told of a grewsome expert- the Spaniards began to shout at him Bros we f=;
tte IB tie water. Ue had found the then arose once more and shook out "
sine and was setting the block and Old Glory's shining folds while the and vis
look ready' to tackle to it when he.. bullets pattered on the roof all about Real Estate and Insurance, please sarpria'

wu knocked over by some force from him. His comrades cheered this and PALM BEACH FLA.
behind and in another Instant was be- finally the brave hearted Spaniards and

tet hauled to the surface. The greedy joined In the bursas for the flag champion Notary Pnhlic. Cottages to Rent "" __
"fIE bad swallowed the wrong game. the while they !fired at the to- _,
JIUIDI breath that lieutenant fading colors Qsostci_ L. KtLaaa.of 0-M>7 Porttogre PoiacUM Building.Hotel!North( o' '.
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? Mathushek Pianos
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: Aaeleat Qualification For AdmUtoa = -'k :! : Proprietor. ,

!! i, -Chip* From the Temple 4.tJrJC e Skirts Underwear; Bead PalmBeach' Are HanOI With a'Nam,

The qualifications candidates are ( a Mad Shirt. Pianos That Have A Reputatio
I thus defined in the ancient charges; "The P ro fit t .
.- ; i persons admitted members of a lodge { J. Waists, Hosiery and Shoes.xiN second lo uone. TI.-eJ' are the
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_.CS _. -' '' kiwi that hu\e tood the Ul of
( f, I most be good and true men, free born Dry Goods. Men's' rurnishgsREADY
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'- -' MEN. I and of mature and discreet age; no woman Drug ttmean have aatisfi dttremoatsritwalmuat'
RED
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_.. I no immoral or scandalous men but of iOUSOy MADE MOSQUITO CANOPIES :-* iansJoevef) wiry
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!x- Gnat t...e... .t.....a.ylvsata Res good report," "No master should take an ,' Not
arr.tt.a;Stray Arrow. apprentice unless be be of perfect youth. .-Store..' They Are-
L1 having"no' maim or defect in his body old fit. lo pianoa thai bate Wen
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';4 !tf9 Joseph AllLiOB! great sachem of p nnQ'lnDla -
Rfd Men wu born in PhUadelpMi that may render him incapable of.learning SPIC'Y"'p': and Royal Poinelaaa' renud for ymrptDd then olftr-
the art. of serving his master's lord : Pharmacy
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42
: -; ago.He ed
years .
= 11'0'adopted and of,being made a brother and unless an great bargains, cor are
'- -.: Into the order in' he be descended of honest parents.- r they dl beap.lo.graft""pisllOl1 j
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Ahiman Rezon of 1825. : ,-'--, ', -UKALkBS IS- mailclo fell Est half
1879 by Monnda- -": } -- pries"
>-;--I' 'min tribe and There are now 113;: persons in the Ohio :,". <'",". ,. --. .. ,.- .....,. ------ Every Piano'Is New
" Joined Minnewatrlba Masonic'home .53 men. 23 women and BRIGHTSPARKLING ,
_,,< F'r ,.. v x 'the.l&IUe 39: children. ;, : { !.. .A' Drugs ToiletArtielessod very pan U mlLllin liteMalliutkek

year served as The ;Knights Templar of .Iowa ownS .' . i Factory,
sachem 'in 1880 park of 40 acres in Spirit Lake. There

and since 1881 is a hall for meeting and a building! con ._ F-
.
has served con- turning 00 sleeping rooms on the groonl!';. Ii
tinuously as chief The'grand'oiocers of Missouri laid tIll'i Why Take Chances
t ,of records.: Mr.: cornerstone of to be built Druggist Sundries.
Allison was admitted at St. Louis. a new' temple ou cheap piano whi u the Old!
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y to the and Kt-lialtltf MatLusbefc can lie
t great [council in Kit Carson's rifle wh: A..was i-arried ,t'reseriptionsCurnGtiiSComiMtundrl taught at prices and term. lo
by him for more thou and -
years
1881 and has These are the; (expressions East Coast'Business tiolia1, suit ?
; Tlierrarp
served on various which never failed hint is c.\\- a piwiou:* : .- :, 1'ou mare than
relic In the possession of tie Moutrauma WEST HALM. BCAtUl IO.W6.ISOIO: Malhuohek Pianos lathe
important 110m- of Masons of Santa J<'t. of which ti- .
lodge
JOSEPH, AIAlsos. !
mittwa. He also he was.a member. : which can be heard' on .all South. "You Should Uave
s; twfe represented this great councilOatt .. One" ,
>> great council of the United States. The petition of a rejected candidate
Y After twice bring an unsuccessful candidate cannot be acted upon by any, rom r sides Concerning the Chinese. Laundry Genuine Hathufhek Pianos
for great junior sagamore Mr. Alliaoor mandery at any tune within three years news are on1rold! Iij'KUDDKS&

i was elected to that stump in 189T by after such rejection, nor unless: the pt.(*itloner .- ."HT -"s, ,*r. BATES' S.H.H.
the largest majority ever given for that has-resided within the jurisdictionof columns of WO KEE Proprietor
office.Th* following year he was elected the commaudrry for three years without ,, Fred Kahn, )Iaus:?pr.

+ great senior sagamore and at the last I' the the consent by unanimous ballot of -hlrt ........ ...... .. ..........._... ..' lOc 29 East Ray SL, Jacksonviilc, fla.5r .
br which he rcjectnd. This ,
{ one .
r esdon raised- to the high. .poet- of'great limits the; was I.. Open Front*......." .'. ....2f.r25c:
e'' acton.tfuiactnaetta.' a" jurisdiction of a comwamlery ollar ..........:....._.................. 2e --
candidate
: tribes and councils: bar over prohibits rejected a waiver of to three jurisdiction yearsand H ,' nffs .. .. .,..... "?. _.....;,.....'.. To Rent by the Hour or Day. .
been buy.e( late_raising up chiefs Ladiea'hirtW'aistat.. .. .
over this candidate except by unanimous THE' .. .... ISr
Great Incohonee George E. Green will _ballot-within the period of three ONh HEW BICYCLES[ IN; TOWN.
year '
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41 be,elected a member of the Past Sa .., ,, _
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__ shame association of, New York next Masonry is strongly fixed among the FIRST-CUSS. WORK GUARANTEED Next Door North of Tropical Sun Block
colored of Liberia. a
month men Banyan Street,WEST PALM BEACH. W. R. MITCHELL. .
' New The grand master of Colorado decided a-a '
1' f' York degree of, Pocahontas .di* Proprietor.
*1 that "the voucher of a brother who may;
; boned $0,500 last year for.aid and. fa-
. ;}- -- hare met (a visitor) in the consistory
perm benefits.
' ; .' commandery council or chapter and has J -
?-. $Hereafter the chief of records
greet
other
not knowledge of his standing in
:;':jf- F fend erect keeper of wampum of PennsylTanla : the lodge. Is not lawful information" T.ROPICAL: t
: ? BURKHARDT'S '
; s:.. will be elected to serve two fears.ltldlani When a brother stays away from his August 31 tSpO .

.., < Red Men did, a wise thing lodge habitully here b. a reason for t.1 You'are missing a Good Cup of Coffee
f; wben they aefeei'd F. D.-White to pre It U the duty of the master to find out .

I.? ..., aide. :over. their, .dfetlnles.. the rea60n. ". Morning....
I, ThIs Is the time of year for outings., .
<' Every tribe should arrange for one. It UNITED WORKMEN.
will do a great deal. of good by advertising byEvery YOU DO NOT USE -A SILVER COFFEE !II

t *the order. Important DeeUloa .. .. BemefleUkrle SUN.

i If"- _Bench Skiving. LIFE is Too SHORT to miss a good. thing, especially
ODD FELLOWS.Frm.termltr's For several years past there has existed 35 I GOOD CXFFEB! Perhaps think,
you "OH. ihere
: ._. a DrovMon for a rnit'w-of the- do. .. .. .t_'n._ f--- ___ o.-- -'..ny. *......* .' : are.
{): ne Power For DolacGo4 visions of the grand master workmen b) Cents it in West Palm Beach for 3S cts. a pound.--.J-.6.Tb"t'a where
: -Trl.U'U.k Note. the supreme lode the object being to so much of the the, goodness of SILVER COFFEE

': Odd Fellowship is a'training school, maintain uniformity in the rulings of the The OLDEST and BEST (Ib. comes in. Try a pound of it If it isn't all "'e sal' it is, f
.:i- y coactant in its efforts and education to different jurisdictions. A number of return it and get your money back.
drill Us membership In the best ppit&ibleu sad decisions were reported on by the f T j
*< of their powers and capabilities in committee on laws nt the recent session. in
the
published
the work of friendship, love and truth. Among them was one'br the grand master newspaper : L. W. BURKHARDT Fin st GrOCeriel
Witirscch a-trainlnrand'a determined workman of the jurisdiction of Washington ,

purpose to use such advantages what a to the effect that a divorced wife, County: Each week they Store Phone'No. a._ Residence 'Phone No. J.
power !should be exerted to inspire increased U'iE-s the beneficiary of her bubbaud. was .
"effort, along 'the whole tine of i entitled to receive beneficiary money //0
and The decision was approved.Hereafter '
fraternity t encourage strengthen contain
the.weak places in our nature and to give I .person shall be admitted! r : ;..; ., ,, ..,. '
''r an' uplift to, humanity. Odd Fellows i<> membership any beneficial department ,.. S
H soeat aoetr
h IIenl& of the Degree of Honor who Is .
over. .
\ lira Mary- "E. Donoho.. secretary uf the 43 Feats of age. All .- '

\t assembly of California* has'.issued. theY The supreme I lodge voted to incorporatethe the News. ,; .,;; -fl. .DGtZl.I
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procee4ings of the assembly. order in. Pennsylvania. '

.. A :properly 'conducted' Hcbetan-:lodge 1Th 'supreme lodge declined attempt j ,' d'r r;tf .
b the embodiment of all the good quail a specific definition of what is *
m-'apt.uy ; I
tie,of humanity the word t'detiendent"as applied that IS News:1.anot' ; I : Fine Tdbie- Fowls {

Tfe* question of does and benefits isbeinr qualifications of beneficiaries, holding : ,:.. ': J ,
Are
in the District of Columbia that dependency Is''a matter as easily kept as mongrel stock.
agitated of
tact .
,
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,
i ; ; :tZ'" : Over 30 !gads! in stock ...
which must be determined --a
and favor in
many seem to abolishing aeeordanae
with the facts in each .,. I. tl.rie.eaev rear.:yield Clecutlil tct bettor ..
U the beneficial feature of the encampment j. case separately.A I priear oa the market for 1OtII' I.etatCa

: branch.and making it purely social. member cannot be suspended or exllod loBtte D criWoc ill! the Be* Breads Fm UpJQ Af-KcaL._ 3 ,.
from I
The grand lodge of Maryland and the for refusing to pay dues for a sick only West Palm 4 n4 Rnes Dud lUuras aid White Duff MrtniMitk Coc4ni Rock, Wb4 UiUdaa Wj' .aotl Wh te.Buwa 1. "
'" United States was organized Feb 22.; benefit fund provided he does not. ,' participate 4 Bnrttmai,P(.eG>me Birds, IfipefUl BUch Pakta t<*"/DUO.H.4vnui etc.,Bl\rte.a.athera ck.tt.ia-ctart. ,Ugbt sad Sack i
1821 and provided means for its own in such fund. I l
Beach and immediate vicin- | THB Y
Grewti AcdtautcdF GRIPPING
BP
OS co.
rapport and granted charters to subordi Only beneficial members are 'entitledto I. '
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nates. vote on beneficial applications.A Eec.iorH.tekiv.speci.tt]'.
Jacksonville Ra. r
What efforts have you put forth to promulgate -- junior workman degree member ity but from, all points oi l..a- ffM9e 90ee4MM>' MNP, 4 e6s1At ,' '-.I
the sublime principles of friend applying for advancement to the workmaa >Itlt4tB9 24-N 1ti.
ship love and truth and of faith.hope degree must be elected by a secret ball .
and charity toward the brethren and all ballot and three black balls will prevent. note on the Lake and along
mankind! his udvancemenL. THE EftRMHNlieOSE E -i'
U each member of the lodge realized '.. ,

the fact that be was an equal partner KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. the railroad thus making Is now open for Winter Travel. -
l la all its affairs there would be a very BEST 01' ACCOMMODATIONS.
different action on the ,part of many Help Along the Endowment Rank.Halm -TABLE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS

members. ... ftl-i-.. ... .i1. nn: cdlU' -, -BatH. nor Connection. I
.. The secretary of a subordinate..lodge is The interest---and-- advancement;- of the VUJ "' .T K.I tea Ufasouulilc. Short Ui,,tHmr from the Depot.

compelled to issue a certificate to one of eiidownu rank should always be of \ddrfB8! Mrs. S. E. EARMAN, WEST PALM J BEACH.' FLA.THETRAVELERS i
Its members for the purpose of joining an paramount importance'with I'yth-
every
encampment or a Bebekah l.-dge.Rebckshs ten. and it should be the first: duty of the

made a net gain of 99 in the chancellor commander Itf every lodjre In The Leading Family Newspaperof
Washington jurisdiction last year. Ito it that the rank and what it U doing -
Qrand' Master Jackson Silbaugh of are brought prominently to the notice
Wisconsin has issued an appeal for aid in of the brethren at every meeting. He ,
behalf of ,the Odd Fellow sufferers of should! not simply read from the "older NEW MANAGEMENT, _
1 Richmond, WIa. on account' of the effects of"Lu luesb" the query. "Does any brother Dade ;
County
of the;disastrous cyclone.. rank desire" acid insurance. let it go in at the that endowment but be : :. .. FELIX GARCIA, Prop Jacksonville, Fla. '- .

Your lodge bas the capacity of an al should take a little time to the presenting '
derman's rest Try and fill it once and of the advantages to be: derived by the 4 Electric Lights Electric Bells, laths, Complete betvice.

experience Debekahs the ministering results. alike to friends members Arkansas joining has no it.-state Knight's!deputy.Sword."Don't' Already THE SUN: is a.wel. The Best $2.00 per day Hotel in Florida. .

t and strangers teach us not only to love want any." lias no grand tribunaL Tale: car at the Union Depot and art the l'on.uct! <>r to stop at ihe Travelers. '
our helpers In this work, but a universal "Don'1 i nig
want any.
visitor
love of humanity. come to nearly ev-
The reports of lodges throughout the ,

L 'IC.Sghts .( Honor. grand domain Increase of in Missouri membership show a and satisfactory a < ery home in this section
The
supremerepresentatives from the
healthy condition of the order. i rGLEN
t state of Mew York opposed the increase I II : 1
I la the expense assessment at the recent The Ohio Pythian borne has providedfor and its many attractive G. STROHIW, "
the erection of two additional cottages
session of the
I supreme lodge:
I at a cost not to exceed $'!\. k1U. : features $
The Increased death rate has caused a When they are completed, room will are bringing ,new DEALER IN'3a_ a

basis renting but of there assessments,will be only on one a assessmeat higher- have phans.been provided. for 2UO more or- recruits to its ranks each

per month at the new rates until $ Staple and Fancy Groceries
July 1. 1000. at least and probably more The Dramatic Order,Knights of Kho- week. I .
than one month will neer.be required.At rassan' is more particularly to cultivate
the social side Of life and present an -
all rates there were 14 assessments for those who enjoy.a dramatic opportunity Grain and all Food Supplies. .
called la the year ending June SO 1899. ,
ritual to spend an evening or two in each ,
During the year 1898 GO deaths were month in association with kindred spirits. .
reported from suicide. From Jan. 1 to when they may participate ceremonies Judiciouse: ,
May 1. 1889 10 deaths from the same enlivening entertaining and provocativeof COUNTRY PRODUCE

cause were reported. .. amusement as welL .. M. .
The new rates of'assessment for the Always rreen, aver IB :y11rL

1 W. O. B. fond took effect on assessment Royal Areanmm. Your Patronage Solicited -
>87.. The Royal Arcanum flourishes best Advertisers
where it la best known. It invites investigation ..
rC Haeeakee ., and scrutiny, feeling confident: 4-14 West palm Beaob, Fla.
The term just closed has proved to bathe that the pre-eminent-merits of the order e
most prosperous ID*the history of the will commend it to a thoughtful and Intelligent -
Maccabee order in Ohio. The actual public.Preparations. Realize this, hence the free ,
act gain la membership of Ohio Sir are being made for the

Knbjhts between July 1. 1897 and May fair for the benefit. of the. Royal Arca use which.. they make of its .
1; 1890. for a period of 22 months was num hospital bed fund of the boroughsof ATTENTION MERCHANTS!
8,452. This is an Increase larger byl.M6' Manhattan. Bronx and! Richmond colums and its .
than the Increase for the last previous which Is to be held at Masonic temple. increasing

California-biennial tents term.are always hustling. Twenty-third from Nov 6 to street 18 next and Sixth. avenne popularity as an advertising THE MIAMI BOTTLING WORKS:

aDt&.Cru tent has'just purchased a The fact that so agent carries on the .
|150 set of regalia. business of a brother! who Is totally disabled medium. I* prepared deliver. EXPRESS PBEIUID, to all responsible parties : '

Minnesota. made a net gain' of 819' does not relieve the council of the BOTTLED SODA POP GINGER ALE
members last year, present membership!' 1 liability to the brother for sick benefits. etc.,

4.870- '- I The Royal Arcanum has but two ib- !>.uulgc.f Dade Ctunty Mtrchm Solicited and Satisf.ctb a.CaulBl.ed.------- ..,
jeets-the-insnrance and the social fea Boarding at Reasonable Rates.
I t $ .ta e.... ture. The initiation ('.('I'l'CloDYIs brief and 1''CAS.IELLAN0.Prop. MIAMI FLA.
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At the fourteenth session of the so-.'I!simple The meetings are almost entirely; MRS. EVANS tg prepared to accommodate hoarders at her 11-14-if .. -
preme eondare the age limit ware! re- devoid of ritual.and-pmnpaus forms. -- "
dated to 60 jean.Tb I The provision for fee of $50 for charter wdl known boarding hnu'i nn Clematis! Ave\, loss to F K.C.Ry depot. ; .

'propodtloB to admit women waai and supplies for a new council has # Subscribe for The Sun
Wottlt ,been repealed. CALL OH HER fOR KATES AND ROAMS- -- 1-9-ll '
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BBACP :n FLOBIDA THURSDAY"'AUGUST 31; 1899!) : :::..,.',",;;.
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'.' : THE TROFICAL:.SUH\WEST ?

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DEALER HARDWAREr :.

'. ; RIGHTYL EXPEDIENCY. t EDITORIAL_CUFf 1K&S. I M.E. GRUBER IN..,

THETROPICAL) SON.Mo death of free :
and
The continued effort of.the, East: Now andthenth. : CROCKERY '
'. ueer. Paper of Pade County Florida. lilvetia Announced bat no use has aL -
f I '
misquoting
T. I rn. press to show by ;l the corpus FURNITURE. .
,TROPICAL set PUBUSHISG! COMPANY ind misconstructing that William J. :yet produced proof 1"< :

: :J cuY, L. -K2TCAI.F. Eoa.., Bryan was ready to compromise with deli ti.on.nd; St r. 'Goods.SIOTOS : _
Boat
-, the silver qaeatii nam All Kinds of
'4 .gold Democrato The delaration of Richard Croker Boon*M*,ad 8\1- -

;c) AT:nIT, PUBLISHED PA UK BEACH.EVERT DADE THURSDAY COUNTY, FLORIDA. received an answer by the greatLewlerthat favor ,of Bryan (calculated; to S Tackle Tin and ware 8porllus 3ood"

: __ I removes all doubt as to liD a chill over that Saratoga'tea All Kinds of Fishing *,ii.

,', svca1P1oM PRICI!. 22.00 A yU1L.J where he stands. It was loudly proclaimed .-Gainesville Sun. CuoUn Store Sine. FI.IRe Harri8lltl Keroene Brn*.pttSWi Ready lltxw FaUWMaU
and Lantern
-_ j immediately' after Croker .-.i- Glauware,Ump tr Order G".. Frouipt AtUktiom. 114.97

Entered- at tbe Fostofnce: of West Palm Beac declared for Bryan and relegated the Populist friend need not remain :.*_ ____ -r-: -

as second clis matter. silver question to Congress for solationj \ Our in the dark any longer as te .

that he had received assurance*I \ A'NT 1 'II.ij
TbiFederal FIRMS
'
;
: THCRSDAY, 4CG0ST 8U 1899.FBOM from Bryan that the ,question ol I f the real: purpose Government of imperialism.hah been astec; LEADING BUSINESS I GUARANTEED D .

be mentioned in the J A I. &-"'... ", >
would not this Paper
\ In
o in
to charter two national banks 1 Whose Cards Appear '11
next national platform. To ascertain \1 :'. : I
Tribune Detroit, Alphabetically.
Manila.-Tbe Classified
the.truth. James Creelraan! the PARIAN PAINTS .,

correspondent f'the Ne'York .. j
famous Every single!; JDemocratic 'conven\ ARCHITECT: -' :..
all th
$ way Are not
Journal journeyed Blister.
Peel
BeachBANKING nor
Off '
tion held in the various States thus t D Brown, West Palm Are Guaranteed not to Chalk, Crack, Rub -
information 1
to Nebraska. And he got .the ... belter satisfaction J
to and giving
We far baa reaffirmed its allegiance affected by Salt WaUr or Sea Breezes, are j t
quote
I he Nas seeking. : u it U,
in this State,
I :
Plato m. paint
the eoming.
the Chicago It is
interview in : : Bryanand than other paint known.
AWl Creelman's part State Bank, any i
I. I "Mr. Bryan, you are a political Yet,'ftn; of the 'corporation pa pi* Dade County West Palm BeachBARBERS particularly adapted to the climate of Florida..EDWARD .

man,'" I said. "You must see the insist( that silver is a dead issue.! II'

importance uf moderating at leasttue Gainesville Son. : 1

O outward form ,of the oartv's r---" position Wm Schandt West Palm Beach WILLIAMS, :.

on the money question. .. Why 'the West Palm Beach
Wouldn't be fanny to gge Milo Cooper, "
stand
wiser to upon
would it not declaration be in favor of the Time -UniQ and Citizen jump in the S.. I Agent for Carrara a and Parian Pilots !
simple '
I a remonetization of silver,leaving the band wagon and whoop for Bryan? BICYCLES:BeachW I JACKSONVILLE FLA.

'- ( r( ; ) ratio to be determined by Congress? No aseasain ever did more sneaking, I Qco: R S Mitchell Adams West West Palm Palm BeachBOTTLING 28 East Bay Street : :-1 fl'
?
Would that not t.! more expedient: snake-in-tbe-grass work against him; .1' .. -
tbe
reunite ,
JIfk\Th instantly --
I M Would it not beginning to look WORKS:
'eQt .* but things are
I 'lIt 1 .
Democracy Mr. Bryan did not jiesitate a moment decidedly bright for 1900, and the C Castellano. MiamiBUILDING PROFESSIONAL CARDS., .

and his voice rang with earnestness hope of office may yet make a Democrat S.. .- LEGAL NOTICES. I =

t as he said: of that paper's"editor-in-chief." SUPPLIES: FOR PUBLICATION. I.
decide public 3lL'TOAI.F.ATTORNEY. ,
"No, you cannot Journal. Jacksonville NOTICE \y 1.
Jacksonville C1> i. Telshans I .
expedi
of :
questions upon the basis & Son. Charleston, S C. DEPARTMENT (IF TUB INTEBIOB,.) AT. LAW.
\_ IN $T5LF ency. The rule with !lp! party ii' thebecause QeoWacker, "(..,' .pt LAND OFUCE AT GAIXEHTII.LR.July 2-i. 189v 1LL.)V NOTARY PUBLIC. .

-. same as with the individual, Some Florida exchange has made. the following
'c party is only an aggregation of in the. that'the % mill levy made CIVIL ENGINEERS& named Notice settler is hereby has filed given notice that cf his intention to Will practice in Cuuu,aut ud faders 1
charge and
THE TONE of the following dividual. The question is not what the tax Franklin Sheen.West SURVEYORS\\ make final proof in support made of before hiscliim Jno. B Courts.LAND CASES A 81'BCU1.n.llIieein "4
and above will be
said proof
this yeii' over' that
:. That Fla., on Block,,
TuowcAL8c
.JacksonvilleCall but.whlltisright
paragraph, says the ; expedient j ,.' Reilly U. S.Commissioner at Jupiter. ( .Iud4si
be imaginedthat which is right will ultimately triumph levied bythe; State last year was due Sept.9, if99.viz: West Palm Beach Pede' County.i

it night almost and that which is wrong will to the expense of the Railroad Commission DENTISTS: Rasmus Martin Xparvath, of Stuart. Fla., .
Sanford Chronicle was desirous West Palm Beach of N.W.X.Sec. lo.Tp.J9 J
the ultimately fail. ,when as a matter of record D A Thomason. lid. 23919 for. the N.tf LEX St. CLA1K-ADRAM8,. '
.
of throwing a wet blanket "Ii the Democratic party does tai LT Daniel, CocoaDRUGGISTS S.. L41 E.ilen&ineg the following witnesses to prove his 11. '
such was
of -
mill
of fact aUon of
and cull h
the and
before residence upon ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
!
Sbeatsr in'right, it can go 'us continuous ,
over our()wn what ,vis W.lI. Smith,of Sewalls Point '
disabled land :
of ex- said fiLL .
the justice of levied for pensions H. C.-Gillen. JACKSONTIU.E.
the and Fla.
There is a great deal matter country rely upon : 1'la.; E.Simmons,of Stuart ; ;
first but if it does soldiers and the X mill of Stuart, F!..' Robert Mcl'her-on"ol Stuart Slate u4Federal .
with Mr. Sheats. In the place its case to win success; Confederate West Palm Beach Practice in all tile Clrtult Courts i
for the position be expedient, it has of Health E H Dimick, Fla. ROBINSON, Register. ;
he is not qualified what seems to was levied for State Board ,.- \V.G. .
of
'F of State Superintendent because no promise of success,either temporary : But the statement made CLOTHING: __+*!.' t2.IJ-\lS.
his tyrannical methods of dealing or permanent. I am only one purposes. DRY GOODS AND FOR PUBLICATION.DEPARTMtNT '.
and because he is an is about as near the truth as the West Palm BeachMrsJ NOTICE .' .
with teachers member of the Democratic party, Thomason & Browt & BUOOME, .
intriguing politician. 9 _____.. tell what a parry ..ftft",'" enemy of the, FrankWestaim. Beach y OF TUB f.TSRAPIL pOPE. .
newspaper : FLA.
and n." Beach AT O IINEP4VILLN AOffice -
The wet blanket act U a cirronicmetbodwithall dd you la" railroad commission ever I:*rt Scbr bnick. Wtst Palm AND OFFICE July 2t 18'.I''J ATTORN EYS-AT-L AW, "'i' .
will
un \ << 1
find in a few of Is' is hereby given that the following
who commission Notice
.
its the
ity of when discussing named settler has bled notice of his intention to ST. APCCSTISS. Fu.
the State officials men who are nut "As a ; Commercial.At FERTI' IZERS: make final proof in support of hi1lC1I'it1lo and
wor .'"-Leesburg will be made before ]00. B. 5-'-99
disposed to be parties to the methods i said and Wm A Bours& Co Jacksonville. that Retily.said U.S.proof Commissioner at Jupiter (la,on V T

I of the corporation mentol Little Bros. SepL 90 1Sg:.viI:
and doctrines the lowest calculation there are William H. Smith of 8ewalls Point F/a., C. 1I00D,)1. D- ,

1 politicians,of whom the Chronicle is i the thousand head of cattle\ IlS Ri 234s6. for the S.W.J< 01 S. E. 3(..See 29 N.\II. 1
ESTATE:: N.E 3of
mouthpiece. REAL Uaand AND suasion.
known admirer and INSURANCE W. 3401 N.Bor msiciAN "
'a well coinage the Kissimmef Valley range inOsformr.v .FIRE W.KSec.JJTp.j8S.R.42B. /
bis
-. ; With whatever. may utfanita his ratio is_ _L nlnne. Thpup are well I Brelsford Bro.Palm Beach BeacUFURNITURE He, names_the uU following- wttnesttes and cultivation tn prove of oats and BeaMenM Mar Royal Poinrtai*
West Palm reslU' nee: upon K.. I .
: been anotil4v 16 to 1 Wallace R Moses I continuous said land.vif: Hans C. Olsen! of Stuart Yla.E. .: Hotel.PALM BEACH
SuptSheateba8 ,
an a at present prices eight and a Is. Simmons of Stuart .Ia.; R. M Sparvath.oStuart. I ;
"cial with clean' hands and has solar, number ,Fla.; Titus Hirt.of Robe Sound Fla.
dollars. Of this
either
million Register.
: W.G. ROBINSON

kept! from under_ ,the influence that although areat least three million dollars' D E Cooper'lfg Co, JacTtsontilleGRAIN 7'n FOR-PUBLICATIONDKriRVMEMT .- T D. BROWN, .* d'," p t't'I

baa:left Us brand; on BO. ,many 9f wurth cattle, ,bulls,steeJ'llond'dry, .1' NOTICE ARCHITECT AND WIDE, '., 1

: Florida's ,newspapers; and professional .I we ought it. fit for immediate shipment to AND SEEDS: OFFICE AT' GAINESVILLE OF TUB IXTMUOB., FLA)V Plans and specification prrfimnd.attraUoa.at
upon LAID work prompt
politicians., to be !; : > Cuban marketat a fair market priceof Wm A Boon&Co, Jacksonville that July the 2.41 following 99Notine ) Jobbing ponlaturs5treet.greet *

; ... lieved thirteen or fourteen dollars a head. -.---- ..1'HARDWARE named settler U hereby has filed given notice of hit intention and to
\1
., made exhausting therange make final proof in support of hu claim B.Reilly. POTTEll. M. D.. -
JOCBSAL THE All the talk about : said ,will be made before Jno. B.
lhat proof
JACKSONVILLE R.
S THe .. VUSept.9
at Jupiter. rut
". Commissioner
.
our "
ia Aa soon as Beach u o
only paper of the people in that city,, "To nonsense. M E Gruber, West Palm 1899:,vht: 8-23-93 PALM BBACfl. fU ,
of its trials and experience at ratio Btotkmen sell they go in adjoining: H'HOTELS Elias 8immons. of Stuart, Fla,

peaks biguous countiw and buy more cattle to fill Hd. for the Lot i (or E.M of N. E. tSec.
2Z19 .
follows: : and Lot Cor W.%ofN.W.")See. 8, Tp. 3S s. BUUMIAM.M.D.SURGEON .
.and Prosperity which the place of those sold._ Even if the West Palm Beach 7 RaiE. N 8. .
McKinley hU
Among the The Earman Honse, the following witnesses to prove S *
<
Democrats(?) or Duval County and range was seriously depleted, cattle Mrs James McCann, West Palm Beach continuous He names residence upon and cultivation Point ot, AND PHYSICIAN,

,The'Journal has had a rough row camt)8i increase hen BO rapidly and they are The Travelers, Jacksonville said land viz: W. H.,smith.of Stuart.of Sewnlls Fla.. H C. >
Sparvath
without K. M. and Ear Specialitt
Fla.
Eye
but "it is a longlane ; of
hoe Walter Hitching!:
to
that' the of Stuart Fla.;
.1' Olsen,
will come, the extraordinarily healthy -
and our time so CUU.... i
torn. Stuart, Fla. ldl'nee-ltalt.lre
i t someday., offer. 'range would be re-stocked in less JEWELERS: 7-27 W.G. ROBINSON Register. Office at ..."

: If ere to substitute THE SUN people than three years.-KiHsimmee Valky Idner & Son West Palm Beach. 1 FOR PUBLICATION. A. T1I03IASON, D. D. B.
NOTICE
iOr The Journal,and Dade for Duval party Gazette. s55 D
THB ISTEMOR.i
people OF
it would be DEPARTMENT FLA,> \ sad Olitt St,
in the above paragraph tainty LAUNDRY: LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE July 240 ISgcj Office: .Corner ClewatU Are.
'Keep a The Kentucky Way. PAUl BIUlll. tlX
t-xperience. BeachLAWYERS VEST
with following
our Palm
pnt Kee West given that the
Wo Notice if hereby know to ttt
to modern ilentistry
heart of his intention AU kinds of
brave "U has tiled notice
and settler
Miff upper lip" a which a Louisvillegirldisposesofayouug .5. named of his claim. a d tioltl crowo sad brUltewiukspecialty. s
in profession
the -
is in support
This way final proof .
do it make withuot
"The mills of'the will be made before Jno B. ,Teeth extracted pala.Office
Uro. Williamson. with man, accordingto : that snld proof at Jupiter, Ha-, on
Reilly U. S Commissioner Hours: eIoua.eI.eldz04p.
gods" etc ,is as true a saying today hut the Courier-Journal She says : W I Metcalf West Palm Beach Sept. 9 1899! viz: Stuart Fla, 101198L. .
and HANS C. OLSEN, of
its for centuries past. Right pose "You have sked me. ,pointedly, inmap'Y Frank W Pope Jacksonville Hd 24118 for the N.B.14 Sec 9.Tp.38 s., R.41 E .

consistency is preferable to submission can yon tad I answer yon polotedljthtflcant Alex St Clair-Abrams,JacksonvilleMEAT He names the following wit..esses and cultivationof to prove DANIEL, -
residence upon
and expediency in the long run. the !: J can marry a man who ... his said continuous land.viz* E. Simmons,of Stuart!titrh'U Fla;- a

The wiver lining to the.?1oud .of..imposition It ratio is : ...., makes. love to a different girl every MARKETS: Curd. of Schroede._ r,".of'.....Stuart.; ".".. --Fla._ Smith; Waller, of Sewallsinz. DEN Ill 7.,

Red injustice is becoming IRIl\\ \ month. I can marry a man whose only A B Otwell West Palm"Beach.. Point Fla. W.G.ROBINSOV Register. COCOA. INDIAN RIVER,FLORIUA.WM*

There are a few others inS lism means of support is an aged father. I Will Whidden, 7-27 :: a
visible.
.
.
the field of Florida! journalism.whose can marry a man wlththehelpoagoodtailor who boasts that anygiricanbewon ..' N OTICE. WALLACE It. MOSES

principle in the face of the MUSIC HOUSE:
to
loyalty and fiefcrat of opposition and an expert tongue. I can &Bates'S M H, JacksonvilleNOTARIES In the Circuit Courl of the Seventh' Judicial Successor to A. W.l06.t.REAL ,
unfairettt I" Lndden
of 16.I"v bat I w.ot .
;
for (it.\{Congratulation marry such a,man, p., Circuit, Dade County, Florida.In ESTATE AND iNSURANCE
be the cause
will yet ence .. also
iI for Wewt Palta Reach Tow.Lots
Chancery. Agent
4 and ,self aatiEfaction-and who PUBLIC: 1 Writ Palm Bpirb Water Works.SOTAKY .

.- ', the day is not so far distant as it i The fitting of'glass eyes is well known W R Moses, West Palm Beach SAX! BROWS,JE.,Complainant JForeclose Bill" t.>,> Clf matla ATrnne Bear PCBL1C.Olive Street
_
:
-. legal t and the complete destruction of the jaw. Guy I Metcalf West Palm BeachNURSERY AL V VII.CIST.- J Mortgage.To i 5-21-97 Went False Utwek. llortd

Bay seem. for the modern sur- from
No bone has no terror 55 Al w'IIt'IIt-Gn-eUnK: It appearing

as geon. The crushed bbne is removed and STOCK: tbe affidavit of W. I. Met alf. solicitor entitledeun forsaiil FRANKLIN SHEEN. GEO. O. )VTLLQUEEN
1)1:1810N.rll in of silver of aluminum the exactShane eomplaln nt. filed in the above
AN IMPORTANT of piece B Beach West Palm BeachII are a non.reld.ll'nt of the & UUTLKK.O .
his of the lost, jaw: fitttul in its place.After John that Florida yon,and that in bin \x\\vt you .

'Jodge Minor- S. Jones, of the Seventh this has become firmly fixed teeth psi State are a resLIent of ot Cincinnati. State of Ohio,\ SURVEYORS AND CIVIL EKGIHEEBS.

Judicial Circuit recently granted can be fitted to it If a man's throat is PHOTOGRAPHER: and that yon: are'over the age of twentyoneyearg I. Office at Went rlm BeachgaOy .

:. : l apainttthe defective the operation of. tracheotomy B O'Donoghue,West Palm Beach and that there in'no one in this State lAnds ; itttMHiWed anil nap* fur.nitibed. .
r.. --.. a temporary injunction to ; J can be made In your 1 Selecting and nrnllnnUad lo< .u
issuance of a tax deed under then on -the insertion of a ailver tube in"a ,.' npoa whom IK II'/tahervce therefore ordered that you d. lag and estImatIng work Umber mtaraat4 a ntwclaltCar.4. AQ you,.-
it corrret
behalf tot and
; .
law of 1899. It id the first case windpipe with an orifice opening to the PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS: appear to the bill of complaint filed in said manieationi by mall receive prompt att Pit.... .
e w and fine Vr\at at Lowe.t
'. to arise in his circuit since the act I!\ throat-provides him with a new breathing R B Potter,West Palm Beach cause,on or before the ees.tion. WEST Mat PALM BEACH FLA. U-7-M j
Artificial legs and arms A. D. 1899.It .
into lorve. The suit involves I apparatus. H C Hood .* 3d Day of October,
went be are now so perfect that with them a man N S Burnham ordered that this order be
the tax a&sctwuients in ,' is further S. ADAMS,
the legality can walk skate and even cycle. Thereis _I'PINEAPPLE United once a week for tour ': pnb-1 Q.EOBOE

I Oaceola County in 1896 and 1807, for a story also of *a man who, injuringhis PLANTS: weeks prior to bald 2d day of October. Deputy Supreme Commander ,
batwl ot 1897ftld'1898 Set a new"paperpllllibahed '
thereon TROPICAL
sales 1899, in Tug f
and the accident was
in railway
the will spine a West Palm Beach in said County of Dade State olFiorIdL KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES
One of G C Matthams
respectively. foi his backbone f
tted with a steel casing For the State of florid.
.: points raised will,if sustained invalidate a and so enabled to walk and ride. ----4. Ordered thix 30th dayoL&ugustA.D1899. ,
in the Statt.
I.
the wiles for. those years in na -Exchange. RETAIL GROCERS: [-eal] A. F. Q nIBY. For Will Information Institute Tent.ad ... Palm Beach the Circuit Court. of Dade County
county in the.'State.:; An appeal L W Burkhardt West CI.rk ot .rr.oKor. K. JDVMH. 1

.i every i now pending in the Snprewe it is Of Course She.Would. IF Oliver West Palm BeachJ Beach Florid fWlil'itur for CosujslaiusntGEO. R-l-00 W..." l'alAlllcarb. rloriJa.KMINOLE -'
IETI'ALF.
mi to .. D Mathis, West Palm W.I.
Court affecting the title.-Key Glen G. Strohm, West Palm Beach 1
let
Miss Prism-Don't your dog
West Herald. \ $55 H. MALTBY, DAUUnil 8HOi. ..
; and bite me, little boy. .
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ix. IsetlnlcyCTaaotShlttdhe. "'Se.p.a.rbllll 1 ..e..e .f ,:::,000.000 la Sebrask Railway 1'...... That Mar aaa ..
.; '. Par ills BlMder --,. la the Lat 1Iiae, Year EXPLORING MUM a. U.... ;

... Ptil tlClt- YiCW.o.,' ,.. .... I" ," .-- '" '4 the Filipinos were at war for their that the mortgages are nearly all paid rioosiy the propo ltios of Fraferkk U.

;4.1BimttaUlsscl.; : .' : independence before our war with Industry. : and Nebraska Is almost out of debt. I VALLEY Adams to make train of ear eap&bte

-.Ji"\ Spain began that they were fighting :, ", They:' bare lied so persistently that I of running 120 miles aa bear Th
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: for their Independence when Dewey'sdt'Ct I
a train which Mr Adam tau dMigowt
many people have been deceived The I
;, .SOLD ALOgE 7IESTEOT3) VALUES.'mn sailed Into Manila bay; that they 0058TASTLY GADJEfO 15 POWER Gabber the Oaly Impartaat T offers hardly point which air
any upon
:: N'\-N- }4eIfiteet i reports of the bureau of labor recently Product' the Ceaatrf.
"' 1",. 'f .; 4 never Varied from their declaration published;explodes this fairy tale and Rouses Built .. Plica.Si treasure could be exerted. The engine ',
S" 't' .. ; $I
that what they wanted was a government
.
o th IOet .etl..tlo. I .ante .11., ,. Iii fitted with' a prow like the cet water ',
The Republic Patty DeeJaAeal..t brings us face to face with a condition
of their own choke and not one SI
thif of a Chip There In no spaces between 5
rer OK Carted Mate-r1.of Imposed upon by any foreign nationTheir Traits mt the Same Time Instead of a theory. By that report --- ,.
I the can the wheel an luck***! at*
'' Predict! Lowered '..cI Bardea'.r leaders gave us early notice that That It Legislates la Their Faror. the truth of Which'nobody will deny, By C. T. BAXTER. moot down to the level of the track

+T DebIeereaaedProgress .of, the If the Americans stood between them !, The Combines Coatrol the. HeKla- i the mortgages on real estate alone inthe Ii There are no projections from any part

,.. tati.a'R, ....... and their purpose they would tIght the icy Admlai.tratiea.i: state amount to the enormous total Iia 7i" :IilA3R I +tit74161tr''+1AI{"+iit. of the train. The window are we gush

-, W;%. r Americans as they had fought theSnsnlnrdi : of $154,000.000 while In 1890 with the sldtH of the otnt-and cannot
f The lae t* $>ffclnjetahlsm,cannot.,' I TheY would probably have The Republican party will declaim. they were _naw. _4lona4'man.._......_+. has made T..nhThe ,
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does nof hilts
;I only 132000000. showing an Increase be Qp nwL This that the
: determred'HOTtLe,basts.of mere abstract I welcomed an American protectorate, If against trusts now that trusts have lie the report recently received from
:
. 'T I train In uDnutU h1d. On the
of $3.000.000()()( In nine years. All the contrary
',' tbMrjea.\ .1 g \ 'O ide.r.I' ,it it had been tendered to them but they become so numerous and unpopularthat Commander'' a C. Todd of the Wil- e -"
payments all the foreclosures the
: tn Itst tear /atwn the, mon tar,.aftiia' never gaye any reason to suppose that it is becoming a political necessity evictions, all the wretchedness and i. mington relating to the cruise of that

'< HOB u It exiTik today and has'existed they would welcome American- subju- for'them to do so. The men who oppose financial suffering of the last nine vessel up the Amazon.. The Wilmington -

, ; through centuitt of tlme...Tt'e money gation. the gold combination and the years have served only to Increase our proceeded 2,300 miles up the river I

t :: Of,the world doea"consist jftf two met That they beganflghtingfwhenthey, trusts are undoubtedly church members mortgage indebtedness! During that investigating the topography and nat P

, ., ala In about equal proportions.' Something came to believe that' the latter was thepoHjsy and as such have no objection to time' we* have had 50,000 foreclosuresin ural ,resources of the country made a "
' ,4ftuai4 )aiJ by > United
I :) t
:! like two-thirds of mankind use States.And.that they hive medJreach retaining the eighth commandctent... the state! amounting In the aggregate collection of animals for the zoological

't, !, >. liver'exclusively' and the' remaining'' cry as well as Mauser rifles In carry. ["Thou shalt no Bteal," Incite place In to. $30.000.000. and still our mortgages park In Washington and obtained a

: one-third use It quite largely lea aubg j'-out t1ituJ1XIIiI dQ nOJ.ue he .i the Bible, nor to the preachers continuing oa real estate alone are almost series of photographs of the towns I .
assessed valuation
equal entire
to the
ordinate waft :lti;l\'concedeS t r.et'"ei>*. ; factlng cssic sour'Ur 1btrte to denounce theft and sins In general along the river the natives and the I
. of the state. Add-to this mighty- Indebtedness
fold mOQ n etahte writers tM 'a'imI- doubtless derit'cd encouragement but their: contributions would be scenery. '
the chattel mortgager and
. terra, gold standard Is Impossiblethat from the Information which withdrawn at once If the particular the unsecured debts of the people The valley of the Amazon is an Immense

If the vast hordes of Asia could has reached them that many Ameri- thefts that they commit were pointedout then add the public debt of the state area of low lying land inter-

. demonetize silver and adopt gold as cans wished them well and deplored and denounced and the congrega the counties, the townships, the mu spersed with Innumerable waterways, 7.17

i tselr standard 1 iV-woulJ literally the.. apparent* 'necessity of fighting tlpns admonished that it was necessary n1clpa ltle ,the school districts and the which, during the rainy, season from i .

Itroyi}ttV .industries. of JEurpgei 4 jet .them' 5iey-would their s'trugglt' *vlpttle for!lindipeifeW!-i Gave t kf1t for their salvation( fbj, prevent corporations, and you can form some May to December- overflow almost all
la
America and shake* the very" foun'datton i* are I them from further |teaUng and inform taint idea of the financial condition of of the Intervening country. The towns,

l of modern society, But the :'p- and be fighting as they today ifnotawc1rd i them how to do it i f !. this great and prosperous common- of which therejire few of large population
op!
of BOW M& ADAMS WnCLD BFU0 CAUkthe
depreciationof
or
criticism *
! So It is with trnstS. They care no wealth. are built on the higher bluffs!
lon U well nlgb universal_ that anch a. the'war In r. Z o'had. reached them new trains will be more perfectly
more for declamation the river
At certain
against trusts A fair examination of other states along points
: change cannot and will no; be math e, (rolJ1be" vaulted: Styles. The authors : ventilated than by the open window
than
they do for the commandment"Thou will show about the same state of affairs where the country Is above the- average
; and that sliver must coutm'uV ire"duct of tli t policy which' has resulted In our method.A .
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If shalt not steal, or for the denuncIation yet the states and the nation high water level there are small plan-
of the great money metals of the present unfortunate and ('qstIywar In train properly conatructw should rhave
of sins In
and
general so longas are 'spending money as they never i tations where cocoa. grain vegeta: v
. I world: hence .the.. question.iQWeao., the Philippines cpno shift l tbe,4 [esiponslbiirty ; no specific measures are proposedthat spent it before. This money most all ties are grown for local consumption. Its lines continuous from the eagineer's *

'"r It be'ntilized to the'bes{ advantage;;A, tofhe'ur or for ItsiMn. will Interfere with the trusts. be paid'some day, and how It can be Nearly all of the native houses are cab straight back to tintear
4 tIn1netj\ ,the b njdere} of the menDwfio'have The gold standard under which built to raise them of the last car. The windows hould e.
I and especially bytheUnitedJltotoe,tvpottinglt the paid under present conditions is a upon piles above ;
Y. le'ut'noicoufatenance to thatpout'lfnyion,0.r be flush with the exteriors of the
,- .T h, s mp le and_ oral answer JW. money volume shrinks as it is extended problem great enough to startle the .the flood level cars

" t upon an cxactiyvqua fobtlne ; 'pitrror. ;:-' '..!' over the new territory:; causing ,wise men of the country The day of This valley, strange as It may seem, the trucks_. should tx lot-lotted, L.the. _front.La I

I F' before the law WltbJ1tS( t Fer:4e -. ... r the world's price I level torcaostantly reckoning surely coming and woe I does not produce foodstuffs sufficient end Vi the locom.ttre should DV INI.I.
WNt1.D STREMIUM fall, is the father on.the trusts for the of The for ed, the rear rod of the but ear shuwtd
,old. Put why 'f! tJlthi nf'cj In general be to our financial manager when support the people. and
',;: ';,;, question. Because,' fifst/ln 110'other The Republican party will denounce that'day, comes. When the,civil war elgn residents of all the large towns be tapered, teem front to rear of i
Botiaen Oae the train there should
Would Not Affect the be obstruc
r It no
: ; fuU trusts in general terms, but broke out the country was compara- rely largely on canned goods and other
way nnh we. get the )6cncfltt ,
of r,or dice Other t TThe f\ 'V" tion. The surfaces of the can and of
5, both '\lt gold,is' laude the standard j ," whole aftil t the goldWndardlst they will nominate for office men acceptable tively free from debts, while today all Imported foods. the locomotive should be smooth -
aa aa
(; and aUver Is used* subordinately, the to the gold trust and the the property In sight. If sold under the The climate wan found to be oppres-
to down silver and
been break could make
has them.
: Ingenuity
t latter falls perfectly perform 'the gold trust will contribute funds to secure hammer would hardly pay Its Indebt- sive and humid. The annual range ot
I boost PR:gold., 'Jn Jhls.dejpctabl! work I The air for ventilation should bt tak
functions of In .fiscal affairs the election of Its candidates. A edness.-Omaha World-Herald. the thermometer ts from 72 to 92. de-
W money .. a from the
front
end of
! both governmental l and prrtijte, a point. the treasury departmenthas.bp high tariff fosters trusts and robs the IITHAT grees, and the whole valley is the seat en the train ;
alone, In the
Not Secretary Gage preferably through tender
strong'any. kt
II ultimately reached at which people, yet the Republican party willdenounce of tropic malaria exceedingly dangerous ,
l' nothing but his prcde tSIIDI's-Carlilile, Foster, HAGUE CONFERENCE. which point the air Is five from smokr
trusts and at the to unacclimated visitors.
but of the "standard" that Is ; same time! i
money ,
WJudom ,and others-have constantly and gas, aa well as from the dost of
gold-will satisfy the demand. Hence pledge itself to perpetuate .a trust Why Europe Opposed an laerease of The most important city along the
spoken and acted the assumptionthat the train. Such a train would be swift
upon breeding tariff discrimination *" river above Para Is Manaos, close to
a scarcity of this particular metal is a Railway I Armameat.As ..
is is debased and degraded almost noiseless and .lItl- i
r prolific breeder of 'panICs. It shakes'' silver intertorl The creditor! has been Is the parent of the Standard Oil time progresses the true Inward- the junction of the Rio Negro and the perfectly
.
confidence,, values money. trust the coal trust and the grain elevator nPIlII'of convention Amazon. This Is the seat of'govern- lateThe
destroys! .money The' Hague peace of
told, In effect that goldIs the only ---- -- average speed passenger
I
.: business and flour trusts yet while denouncing that the
depresses and suffering It
out seems
brings "good" money and that If he wants I begins to crop trains at the present time I.! about 33 smiles
these
trust will
i i. among the people.. If silver .were' in they never eadIng nations of Europe weary of
gold he can have 'It' In'' short, the an hour. This U known U the
E the of the say a word against railway discrimination for freedom -
; every respect equal gold Depressing 'popular struggles
treasury has carried out the. policy of economic mean of speed. When .t \
',: maintenance or refuse to nominate railroad attorneys
of a gold reserve In the and of the possible advancement -
jealous
.
faster
between U
maintaining the parity gold speed attained the air pleasure
treasury .2.ulUM1' matter pf.but.yrj.: : for the positions of judges of of some of the minor nations Is
and silver -by- keeping lIHveridll"'iDIts RO great that the cccjtmupUon
the! various courts. .t
little consequence and the shipment vaults. I' ; spring the Idea of a peace con of fuel becomes an Item of overwhelming
'. Of a million dollars of the yellow metalfrom The people can abolish! truss! s.fbot It 'vcntldn.. the purpose of which was tostop'an
that As
It is claimed, of course, if gold Importance. a result all w called
be done
New: Yorkwould scarcely be. cannot through a partyjvose increase of armament This
been refused fast trains are run at a low.
had ave
t, DOtIU'l_; ;' t.Iai:tl....t .ltolgcognttY dopreclatcd. then| h | say conventions are made up of ttj$ ltp& vtas a very convenient thing for thettdcrt'wjth. The greatest practical benefit which
of trusts, and whoseaondnabons afe ,
Is thrown Into a cold sweat whenever ; large armies already In would with
those wanting f to come KcientlSc train
: go t roa-
dictated the trusts and who -
the gold reserve 8'lo\v when by rely because It Insured
ruI or exIf I
ban'p e
in lr.I po structiou would be the
to the banks and pay a premium ( rablnz of the
port of that metal increase., iijilcg tffu tfa\ upon the trusts for campaign funds. theipwn.supremacy! and ,laid. an Interdict'upon of all
% ItJ n|i> this average speed trains from :XI: to
\ Jf.bimetallism,bad never the*'orld'e'metaUic money had always J the trusts, and without their supportIt tleitjs'to' up to'their standard. In
. of silver; It would be merely .. would; Vuk forced t_:_"' ern one t\t... busi_ _..grow. .. u_ be done without inert-ami rxp>n*>. Apassenger
. consisted- "JroIJ'r -
exclusively: of 'exI bY ''tnir brought out;
O train
car nix
mid; or eight ran
1 elusively of ,allrer and f.w.er'f; now 'x IJtIlaS t e "e ot" ness. You cannot kill trusts by voting clearer; than in the proposal to restrict I HOygOH THK AMAZOK. could be haul- d ou a fairly Itra:gbt

e proposed to add a metal and create a t, R' L.n. ; for, the party that the trusts are sup the developments of navies. ,O.f course meat of the state of Amazon and has and level track, at a continued speed of

monetary system of two metals In- preciated the difference would 'rt p'r porting. England. France and other European a population of between 30,000 and 40- from 100 to tact milt an boar .
of an entirely different : The tjust element was driven from ** .lready'having large navies 000. Is for
f 'fie stead ones qncsL galditeionstild powers, >> It the distributing point

tton t (ulo.Wpirmuled-' f.rphvthe.: .iz sen\s.- 1prtmljm. Somalia on-gaMf/The inforce the the Democratic part In 1S9& It now and feeing.that the United'States was the Immense trade of the Amazon MISS YANDELL'S VICTORY.
the In.
** earliest liistorlff period" both "gold and idea that a. premium on gold meant prom" ) harmony bigthun" about to come Into the arena againstthem basin and seems destined to grow In t

; allver have been used. For 70 years i rein to our finances.. And yet we have i flift s filloaly>permlt them to were very anxious to prevent commercial importance.It She Beat All the Men la aa Artlstla

: :t prior! to 1873 they were-employed on I within' the past feVyears sceq gold at come backaud boss the party and naval enlargements, but they were not is here that the ocean going steamers ('e.' d.i .

the principle of true bimetallism being a premium. of Hi per cent 'In New dictate its candidates for president and i anxious to ihe extent of dispensingwith transship their cargoes to the i Miss Enid! )'alllMLt'w York art-

united by the'coinage laws of Franceat York.'and only. a few days ago it was vice: presldeut" 'The ,trusts will haveno 'their own naval establishments;: smaller river boats, by which they are tat has Ufu awaidud the prize oIl..1for
the"ratlo of 15%'ounces ot silver t at a premium of nearly Ui at the,Bank i national what Is along the best design for a fountain to to
r" 1 ounce of gold. During several'centuries of England-right in the charmed circle i convention. The people are demands the meeting of Jurna, Japara and Rio Negro. The erected In Providence by Paul Pajuot-
,
-In fact for many:'they were determined to have one party which occasional conferences, the i town does an Important trade In rubber
Itself.) It does not appear that this peace people ti of Turin. Italy, in honor of the memory
I I' held very closely together by the coin I. premium had any very marked effect will represent their Interests. The Republican -, of the world ,will continue to strive I cocoa and dyestuffs; from the Interior of Carrie Mathilde Brown l"AJ 14ttL

,. age laws of tte different nations, rang on the business of either country. party is lost to the people. for the mastery, each section in Its and is looked upon by Commander A commission selected Miss Yao-k-ll's .
Ing.trom 14 to f to 16 to 1, the variations When the Republican voters really un- Todd
own territory. The nations already inronched as, an Important post for model in preference to numerous others
being caused by the circumstances derstand this the ranks of the Democratic i i will cry out for peace because our consular service in view of the submitted by sculptors of )few '
Tru t* In England and Germany.
will be swelled two
that different nations adopted party by or hey have got their claws sunk deep In opening American importsThe York Boston and Providence.Miss .
In reply to a declaration of Mr.
three million additional votes. It is
different ratios. These variationswere that the tariff the vitals of the lamb but other and difficulty in getting coal suggested Yandell's design Is of singular '
however, very small and It can Haveineyer protective the duty of all Democrats to take a ambitious 'nations, anxious to reach that this was a good opening for beauty: The central group i
represents"The
Is the of all It is
mother trusts alleged
hand In their
educating Republican
be affirmed that the whole world
safely
the stage of Imperialism will not lay American enterprise. Pocahontas coal
thai trusts Struggle For I4fe."t jJfe U -
sym
are equally bad in other l
to the true situation. If each
was essentially bimetallic up to the neighbors down their arms nor consent to be brings $10-a ton laid down at Manaos. bolized by the figure ofp.woman; the
1873. The entire of both countries.says the Louisville Courier- will do his part a grand and lasting
year body Journal Even in free trade EnglandIt mere lookers on while the big bean Farthur up the river Napo beyond soul by an angel earthy tendencies by
gold and silver held together at the victory can be achieved'In l000.-S11ver' wrangle over the carcasses. There Iqultos It is said there are gold deyv.3110 -

Is avowtrusta Are. very numerous Knight.. Watchman. ._.._ ._ ._ __ .. ,,_ .
: i
'ratio of 1514 to 1, constituted the:; : L lt "I kcd .to "....
There are combinations in uie 11 is iu uv feared that we will w utvu are won, uj uic -
world's aggregate supply of metallle'money England.- to continue to have war-a state of thingsnot tires No one else ever has worked I
be sure,but there are no tariff laws to 7 1111
the. business o& mankl waaadjusted' Ramoroni.The and their
r altogether regrettable because out them extent practically Is
to'that-supply and all'property :: proi:<(.RueytWhelever; foreign competition Kentucky Republican trust of ,war tyranny has been shorn of Its speculative It is said that there are
[ fixed and determinedby can destroy them they do not plank In all probability Is a fair sample
values
were of coal
strength and freedom has,won many large deposits on the eastern
I where the exist the
by It. ,' \ f / Even ; xy Df others which are to follow in regular victories slope of the cordilleras, but at pres-

%mg' |et'laretloti oUUfereffect&hfe'destruciion mQq !i'fiSt. t eIt"phis iteojilye tt- order between now and the coming ent no attempt Is made to work them. 2'i

of rfpo rtbd"d ro rto lei ep tri ,18 far presidential campaign. It'should, have Same Old Familiar 10..., Commander Todd says that the only
Is" \
thll practicable and the statIstics .1'J
this aggregate mass. If there had been as a piac.intiie'comic'snapxshot;, :,columnof The g. o. p. "country yokels" are beginning product of improtance In the whole i

but one metal employed. app t.1\Q-. aajtae; of English I ftfgde! show'that It is so in 'I all the pll>ers. It reads thus: their old racket again by talk- valley of the Amazon Is rubber, and
i label JYhen come to Germany
proportion had been demonetized,the degree; we "We congratulate the Republicanparty rag about- "hundred cent dollars." If the status of this Industry is a serious ,
L however find like
we a
result would have been just the same. country that existing federal legislationfor I anyone of these mullet beads will problem. All of the river towns are

Silver was deprived of a portign? of it? our own, with 'a high i the-trusU'flourlsh protective tariff. the suppression of harmful trusts I bring; any kind of an American dollarto depopulated at certain seasons, when

usefulness. In some cases It was d1rr) Itiss here: that the- pools and combinations Is the work of The Independent office that Is not a Uu inhabitants go in their canoes to

carded entirely and gold I bad: to be% obtained all Eurpii-an poultries says ?,an: au- a Republican congress, performed during hundred cent dollar, he will be given the network of tributary streams to

to take I Its place. ;.Tbe new, de? ontl that the!bt trusts'; subject.\ !llnsGerTna'ny ( the administration of a Republican a good piece of bread and butter and a collect the rubber from the wild trees.
have spread most
mauds .for 'gold'put forth by Europe president, and we congratulate the cup of coffee. After be has. devoured No systematic attempt Is made-at cul- E

and America since 1873 are more that extensively.and"beep moss .successful country that In the suppression of In- them. If he cannot be made to see that tivating" the rubber trees, and the

equal to one-third of all the gold coin There'ls no reason'why they .should I jurious combinations Republican legislation every dollar of whatever la. made. Is methods employed by the Indians kill J

i known to exist The result has been not Le for there the legislation I&blIcuhted has had in the past.. as it will a hundred cent dollar and of necessity all the trees operated on each season.

: a tremendous rise In the value of-that to protect them from assault have In the future, due regard for the mus{' be a hundred cents or It cannotbe There is a comforting belief among

metal and, bejnaf\-ken. as the "stand aq<1.tI\9Ufertbem
ard," all other! forms of'money used /J>iSf\Dfar.Urojtlii'rW9ttfr3pn.: the purpose of such legislation being the to the asylum and forever after, as inexhaustible and that the trees cov- I MISS KKID TAB DELL.

conjointly with It must rise at the same gold standard protects the trusts of remedy for wrong and not embarrass- long as he lives, will be fed at public I er the whole of the Amazon valley. three male figures. The drapery of the it .
"
rate. This means, of course, a corresponding both England and Germany. ment to Industry, enterprise or thrift. expense.-Nebraska Independent- i The officers of the Wilmington learned I 1 I group Is formed by the mantle of Truth I

r 9 fall In prices. i iTe. enough on the subject to feel sure flowing from the angers shoulder

A During the last 22 years the average Itaverneyer'. Body Blow. The Official Badge. .. Point It Out. that there are no immense forests of j I The fountain will be placed In the

I fall at wholesale In gold standard coun- The administration politicians and One of the notable features of the William McKInley Is a kind of fetich rubber trees and that they grow singly park in front of the railway station! atProvidence. 'I

the members of the industrial commission _Auditorium_ _________ _mettinsnna___ ._ _
tries has 1x>considerably more thane magnificent n ., ..__ for Reubllcans to w o rebl p. But, or .In- small I crwiuna!>ivu"a "nlsw one nln.ILlUilg the il Will n. tostlu.00QMiss
40 per cent while In silver using nations themselves have struck an awful the unique and handsome lltt'e "Of I really, what great thing has he ever I banks of the streams. The trees closest i Yandell's 8Ucct>*a has been

where'o change has been made snag In Ilavemeyer. There is prob- tidal Democratic Badge." conspicuously done or,said?' He Is not credited with to the water are being rapidly destroyed I I marked. Her figures of Daniel n.JOIl

tn the monetary standard prices remain ably not oue of them who does not regret worn by nearly every one of the ever having performed an act of real and how far Inland they may be and Hermes and lan portrait busts

about the SAme. -This Ms a matter of -tbat thesugar- kingdkiaotpaythe national committeemen and speakersof statesmanship. lie is little more than found no one knows. :, have attracted the praise and admiration -

infinite. Importance to the United debts of nature before he was call- .the evening. This Is the badge a figurehead. He never made but one Commander Todd suggest that It of many critics.. ;

...TP States our country being the greatest ed upon to enlighten the commlHsiou.Mr. which the committee expects every strong speech In his life and that was would Ife the part of prudence for the Miss Yandell Is the only woman i

producing nation In the world and also i Haveineyer' expressed an easy text Dviiioerat In *th t(:cowtfrto ;ftear It In advocacy the tree and unlimited governments of the various states In member of tLe National Sculptors' society -

the greatest debtor. It la, therefore, remember. Restove: a hote lathe very can be obtained('(} only through' the 'un- coinage of silver. Let some one of his the Amazon valley to take measuresfor ; America. She comes from avery

r to our Interest to k ep'np the prices'of superstructure of the Republican presidential doivigned. Communications from Democratic blind worshipers point "with pride" to preserving the forests and cultI- well known Kentucky tanslly.I .

i products not to beat them down. tFrom" campaign. He ford the presi county, committeemen.. and any great act or speech besides this vating the trees in plantations. In or- I

i thl*. It. wllj! eJseeit.thflftheUnited --aadirongripsi: '!Itt<< fac| the '9.dit Chairmen solicited. Tae Badge Com- one.-Wabash (Ind.),Times. der to guard against the serious results I Express Trealers.

1 i$tfliejli laterestfd In fix', ffsto- s.9 yriff4Ieytpzttjud trprt orconfess tuittee, .Unity building. Chicago.. which would follow a sudden collapse have fine
They a western hustle on
luaollity and indisposition .
their
ration of bimetallism, not upon technical Algerl.m Remain of this great Industry.
them in The road
llttsburg. trolley ,
grounds or as a mere matter of to do .BO.-Ciucianati Enquirer..:.,, .. German Vote to Change. With Alger's departure from the cabinet The animals:: obtained by the Wilmington for instance, run express ('III'Tbt'l'e

convenience but because'the destruction !. The Germans In Mr. McKinley'shome Algerism ought to go also but that ; for the zoo include a two toed are large sliding doors In the aMes 1

r of silver as standard money lowers People Mo.t Keep Mum.- : town have come out strongly It will s!scarcely anybody expects. The sloth a peccary, three aguatos or small through which express packages are J .
value of what have to sell. Increases According to present day political against an Anglo-American alliance to bestowing .
; the we : of Important> military com ground hogs, a South American tapir, received and delivered at any point! on .
the burden of debt and retards ethics\ itlstreasouto Criticise! op gobble the earth and they condemn I' .
I. ( up mantis on men having Republicani a harpy eagle one coati one tiger cat the line. Automobile dt'Ufer1'aon*
the progress of the'nation. AU debt i pose a national administration if it has Philippine war, declaring it to be a i I partisan backers and the awarding of a macaw two death's head monkeys, wait at various poloU ami ,.
scurry
mustIn; .thelend, beipardout! : of the I .matte any:, kind of, a)war on any kind disgrace to the nation- The German profitable contracts to those who can one night monkey one howling monkey about from house to house twwedatee, .

i. products of labor If the price of the'product cf people. This Is a snap for every vote is an exceedingly important one [ Show that they or their friends: contributed two macaco monkeys and a number ly upon the arrival of the express; car*. 1

: fall one-half, It just doubles! future.administration. It can kick up In Milo and it pretty fnnch all went to liberally to the Hanna-Mo- of parrots. Several of the animals the work of transshipment Wing rush j

the debt When the.debtor complains, a war upon any"pretense and the pcople Mr. McKInley in 18i on the sound Kinky campaign fund of three years either died or escaped on the trip down ed through without delaying regular .

:: bf this Injustice the gold tandard niusi keep Months: shut-and luouey Issue. It will dol follow him in ago will not stop until there Is a Democratic he river. The remainder have been passenger tramc.omat.a'orldU t.

orator characterizes him as'a dishonest foot the bills. How o.lce-Farw.! Stock lis present course.II trion' (0.) Mir- president in the White HOUS&Xew hipped to Washington 4 aId.

pretch. trying, to swindle' his creditors.' .: and Home. tor. '!1#., York NewL'J_ "..
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Topic For the Week Beg-tnaUc SePt feple, For the Week BcitUklac ,1 ='

f LESSON 'X.. 'tiIRD'QU'ARl'ER, INTER S-Commeat br Rev. I. H..D yle.TaftefHolaiBg 'S. "HodlB.. t'p the P..to > WIDI'IIt4l11es, ,
3 What B.-Tn; GL -t1.1.1& Tie'Beit'iU-tiu-. ..Midet' ht Ktuing u4SoUj
kind
; tbpurtort .
NATIONAL.SERIES up
: SEPT 3. Solk1tu7
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cs> sr' do to helpour putorl-Zi. IdS.
Every pastor' needs the help' of hispeoples '"When Moses held up his .;

Tnt.r the Lenora;:EIi; lit, ioo.. to I.. His hands like those of Mosea Israel prevailed and'UoD and Axeatfar the amass Wall Tr kMat -
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... t made to A Cum ..
I-lbuni' ,orler.
Verne, .10, 11-Gerdes and need to' bands l'
become weary and; heavy staid tip bis : : pf.te 1iae ofFU''NI'TUItE*
Tnt I Coe.. III. Commentary the and ;;
4 be held up'by Aaroris Hurs.l Amelek badattacked the :
'
t ,Prepared br the Rev D. u: rfte.rn.. Ev .pastor deserves! the help : f
: armed Israelites and it teemed .'
ICopyrtgbt. UB9.! byh M. SteamaJ people... Duty demands of them that ;; deliverance of all da crb Lions at Itock Bultuut Prk- *-. tx>th
.. there could be DO for
10. "And they shall support him in all hia labara. I wholesale and Itrtail. ruby Carriage trust Iii
when r
the builders laid the
foundation They have covenanted with' God and Hebrews Bat while the armed -- ap to |2O. Go Carts ltentat,Ice Cb *w.Etc. ., -JQ' ;
of the_pie of the Lord they the .
with Him that will held His WeDt'ont to repel attack !
_
lOt the priest in their apparel with trum- they up

peta and the LeviteS the sons of Asaph,' hands! And the wonder U tiiak In the j 1'went"up en a bill wbervbo could : -" We have a eOBniBBieBt- ol Oak Waef and -

with cymbal to probe the Lord, after the face of there solemn vows, so many can. I see the fight and't be isolated : Seed Rocker that will be sold very low. N'. ; ....,t

ordinance at Da\1,ttiag of Iaral." That often! for the. lightest reason.- torn the camp and'in quiet pray to,his baIIdl8 the stuns Cleveland and Kim,," ':"

Ocd should dwell la the midst of 'IsrertWM against their' pastors. and. instead of In earnest entreaty be held up .. BicxcLE&. .,; ;

'. nil purpu from the first, mid so He helping them, hinder them, to every bands and asked Jehovah for k "" ', .

# aid to Modes concerning the tabernacle,. conceivable way Those who do ,10 in Especial attention given' to oar Mail Ordm. :
"
u& them mako me sanctuary that I may the condemnation of God for He While ha prayed too Israelites We Uttraatee Satlstactiua W** IB Rooda adirlce

dwell among them"(Ex.nv, 8),and when cur hat said.' .'Tonch Dot'!line 'anointed Nit has arms grew tired and .. Call oa na,or acrid IB year order ia f *Ii i st3 i
the tabernacle wag finished He fllUd it lands hung down the enemy ,
with BU fiery, u He did elm the Qmlpltk and' do My prophets no harm- The the ground lost: Moses' two aid ly UtnfL, JACKSOSVILIE. Fit ONLY If.00 ; f

( xl, as. 84 I King vili, JO, 11)... He first step in doing our duty toward oar I <
; tock a atone and placing;their 4 :n D. B. COOPER Co. {.
would fill the church with Hi I* glory now pastor is to realize that we owe it to ikheU bit arm np.. MTg f; 'l

If he was wholly given up to Htm, and BOBe Gcd and to him "to bold op bit hands'' ,upon either aide. Then the :-. .- ., ,
one oa
tyoold.,.,Individual believer,and He 1 We can help our pastor( by prayer : ,Ji
would be glorified in ui if we were willing.1L .- The elevation of Moses' band with the Qod'e,, people incceeded- ia ':. / .
"And aU the people shouted with a routing.tbe enemy ,, ; : Chas. Hn Welshan'j ;
God for aid '
red in it wag an appeal to .
ire '.
treat shoot when they praised the Lord, The helpers essential to "
and must bave been accompanied ,by
because the foundation of the Louse of the tbe present,time. Moses may plan

,Lord wai laid. lit each of the 29 verses fervent prayer and have even symbolized pray and lead the people bat ; .STATE AGENT FOB- 1 i
of the hundred and -sixth i prayer When Aaron and Bar as
ono thirty psalm Aaron and liar do their part there .. .
the refrain Ii, "For His mercy endoreth I eistedMosee, in, holding np the rod. be small chance of victory In too I
forever," end the first Tern; U, Ob, give tbey joined with him in prayer Bow s
churches the great burden ia left r
thanks unto the Lord, fur "TIe-la good." many pastors would be blessed! : and : & Martinez Paints
Ill probable that thlJ was one of the helped in their arduous toil if constantly on the pastor with little real belp : .ongman i
those who should be his helpers.
conga they We would. dd welt to
sang.
held God in their
make at kat the first daily op to prayer by In the visitation of the sick ,
verso cur song.
God to good and God la love in all that He peoplet I "You are always" remembered aged, strangers, those who do not Lime; Price Shtogiee, '. f x "

does. Righteous also ia He ia all His in our family prayers, said a lady to services and those who are seeking '
and it beoometh us ever to pralise her pastor and he went from that home i
way there i. .need of much assistance. Cement ,and Coal Tar.
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Him The foundation cf the house of the having received a benediction and a'D many places deaconesses are ..
Lord makea .think of the silver sockets .'
o uplift i
great deal This U good aa far
cm whfch the boards of the tabernacle 2' We can belp our pastor by speak 'Agent' 'A
goes but does not answer .all for Slckler's Peerless Cement flatters
stood, the silver, being the rauaom money ing well and never ill of him Araci .
which the numbered cna paid ft an atouetacut quirements of the case. There ia
for their, aonU (Ex. JU, 15, tai helped Mosea here, but bow be hinderedhim that, the members of the league 13 South Eo? m8tMJacis8oavilleiFlori4a. 10.il.fi I
r t
XKTiU S&-S7).. -when, with 1liriaUbe'.lIlJ'Ikell! church show an interest in these ,
of the and Levltoa of him I What we say of onr pastor bate sympathy ,
12. But many priests call upon them and give '
and Chief of the fathers, who were ancient greater influence upon his life work aid The pastor' can do much' j

men that had seen the first house, when than we ever imagine U people speak often finds people whom he ; LITTLE BRtS.

the foundation of this house WM laid before well of their pastor, they help them, if reach 'who could be readily 'ttl '..I
their with a land ,voice ill they binder and harass them Cpm .;
and many shout aloud 'tor joy." In mendation ia better than criticism by some young man or woman. ... !

B g. U, 8, it U said that, this seamed asnothing Very often criticism of the pastor ia Another way that, the< pastor FERTILIIE/f. and PRostRATE COMPANY .EJacksonville .
comparison with the first most effectively helped' ia by
Louse. The old people, looking back and thoughtless and meaningless, but U ia' attendance at prayer and class "i

thinking of the.past glory, wept as they no less injurious in its effects' ings. If it ia a preaching ; Florida. ;

i mnembend' that which had been, while S We can help our pastor by followIng can manage very well by 1o ,
rejoiced In his leadership. He is called and installed I
theyoucger people probably preparation. No preparation ,
anticipation of a temple for the glory of to lead us and' yet wonderful part: however careful can;insure to do Your If you are requiring rtUlsen for Vegetable, '
(Wd. E/ekiel had said that God would do i to tell, in many cases be ia no sooner

better unto them than at their beginnings settled than the people want tot lead prayer meeting.' The people Pineapple, etc., write to as tad we eta gift you
(Ewk. ixzvi, tJ), and it may have boon present and take part inter 1 '
faith in God that led to the shouting aloud him rather than to be led by him Tbil make it of any fslue. Bold more value for your money thaI any otter Maaufacturer ,
is inconsistent dishonorable It ia also
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to hands here strongly.In ;
13.Joy."So that the people oould not. discern unScriptural'The Bible demands of the matter of. greeting etr or dealer in this State or from tty ;

the noise of the shout of joy from the us that we shall obey those who ban service be needs : !
at church belp. other! State: Write for pamphlets, price, etc, ;
Boise of the weeping of the people, for the authority over us in spiritual thingsIt impossible for him to see and ep

peoples boated with .loud shout, and the is also detrimental to the cause of Notice the unfamiliar to above addreaa.NAkCISSUa 1-11.11 ; t;; ,
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beard afar off."' There was everyone. '
Itoisa 'Was. Christ's church Success demands lead
wwtor'cordial
much noise, and it was heard at a great Iud give the l : J -I
and unless the leaders are followed
erL
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distance, but it was very confused. Missionaries welcome find out if be ia a I !
have gone into all lands, but confusion disorder disaster, are the or only a transient visitor STREET.H .

there is often a confused testimony Just as inevitable result him to the'pastor and ask him'to : ;

It U in what we call the home lands. He bad been her pastor for yean .other services. : P :MY SP50IALTIM : ;

There U a great need of a clear,joyful testimony But in all those year abe bad never Do you own wort and if will' THECORNER ,
that Christ died for our Bins; that said a word of commendation or of ap and

Be U risen from the dead and alive forevermore predation to him. tint now be wait going telievatheuvertalzed; pastor ,, -' .: y ; *
impetus to the work of the FANCY FAMILY CROCER1E3.
to receive all who will come new E. :
ready to leave: and she vaiu wWi waDJ I
to and that He la comingagain to and the cause of God FRUITS$
Him expression of apjim-iatjou sud'regerd ." s CALIFORNIA DRIED '
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and subdue:all --
feign' in righteousness Well and goons .tint butt winch oetttf -. FANCY TEAS AND COFFEES. v '
things unto Himself. TW ...." Otsr tics
"Now when the adversaries of Jn- if the helpful wonta bud tutu spoken in KX ( ;
1. Great
ptepataUonsuarpItt 'g'ROC' ERY' FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES :
the midst of the uf toil and laborIt I
dab and Benjamin beard that the children yeas ,cetebraUon-.of the
the >
for' pe .
IK SEASON.
At too captivity bulldul the temple unto the was Like| placiu<, ttuw'trs main thr the twentieth: nrt.The ,1Nis.rh'a n ;
Lord God of Israel" The great adversary, grave of ow to wcbiu we bad never
the devil, la ever going about as a roaring spoken a kind word in life Vet how I world wiU have: its- Paris up AI1r..w t
aU NEW STORE NEW GOODS COURTENSTKJtTKXT.Prompt
intended
to previous
lion,seeking whom be may devour (I Pet many are like, this Christtau woman '. surpass .
Y.rtlai fi). and he has bad long practice- for he A kind word if ofUn lire a soothing f\9... .a .aimituv......-. kind. ,
been at it ever since he began in Eden ,The church is alert also and
to tempt Eve, but our Lard Jesus has balm to the wearied heart of an earn to mark the new era by a, gift OK! free Delivery on Both Sides of tbe Lake.

taught US that ho may be.overcome by est. hard working {mstor than) ever before given. The

the sword of the Spirit, which \Ij the word Bible Reading -1' Kings ,:viii. 81 church.of all branches ia

of God. In lle?. xii, 11, we read of some t3. I (Cron svi 21 32 Pa cv U noble collection for the J. F. OLIVER, Proprietor.

Who overcame by the blood of the Lamb 15, I Cot iii. 1,9. ni. 15. 18. Eph vi. .
and by the word of their testimony and HI-20Pbll ill, 3:1 Theses v. 12. 18 of the kingdom. The .

Who loved not their lives unto the death. 25; 1 Tim V. 17 18. Heb x. U, 85: copal branch is raising the "
8. "Then they came to erubUbel and revival-first-"2.000.000 nien.
xiii."7,17.18; Jaa i. 22. Rev i. 16-20
to the chief of the fathers and said unto should be a great wave of revival

them, Let us build with you, for we seek The Novel and the Pulpit. sweep through the host, not
your God as ye do., and we do sacrifice bets net for boasting not as a
We should think that minister
unto Him since the days of Esar-haddon, a vial but as the deepest need of .
hither. whose ohief aim was to preach the -
king of Assiir, which brought us up gospel "
in
of the times
." This king to mentioned by name in might be trusted to make use of The perils S '

II Kings zit, 87, and the people are mentioned whatever material would further that the greed of gain.the
In II Klnia atu;t14. As to their i end More and more the story appears viciousness on every aide, lax Recognizing the demand in West Palm "'.

worship. It is said tha they feared not the to be the form of discourse which appeals right carelessness of purity, Beach for '

Lord but*while they bad a kind of fear to tbe multitude and which ia often dulgence are all so prevalent
they still wOlihlpcd their own gods (II I fur
get closer to God. ,Pray
Kings evil, 83, 84, 41). They talked fairly the vehicle of truths that would I ti tiCoc1ae3
and their reqqeat'sounded weU, but never otherwise be grasped No man of your: OWl! heart and life .. Sun Good Ice at [toitfr Rates, ; j
Then the cash offering of $
their hearts were not right with Gq They were the adversaries of God and of day evenings during the year to ear 000 will come easily How TreatMt oi All Patrons,. .

HU people. Cain worshiped God in hU 'wane of this character. but an occa needed-old debts. new

own way, but he was really an adversary eional sympathetic discussion of a storyof home, in the foreign fields

d Cud'and of his brother, who worshiped the first order by a minister well pitals, homes. Let ns The Ice Works
God in truth. Arctic
versed in general literature and skillful selves wholly to God'e service
.. "Ye have nothing to do with us to all' our possessions dedicate ,
in discerning its relations to life ills
build a house unto our God, but we our.
elves togother win build unto the Lord legitimate and may be as fruitful. work. __ OF MIAKir FLORIDA

God of Israel, as King Cy rus, the king of expository or doctrinal or any other One of the greatest needs of ,

Persia, hath commanded us." Although kind of -preaching.- -CooerexatioDaliatA : .ant.... time -iaoffl/-i- .._.nt.'-.n-<-TpnmT.-...it....
this seemed unkind,it was not &0.but was I
era in the various departments Have made arrangements to a full ;
en the part of Zerubbabel and Joshua mil Snnnr ChristUa. carry ,
work. The league should be of f '
faithfulness to God. A great difficultyand Faith is better than doubt and confidence of Ice which will be delivered to
disgrace and dishonor to God in the value in supplying this lack. supply
better than ia
church today to her conformity to the questioning It cline of the class meeting ia parts of town promptly and regularly
better be
World and the way in which she seeks the to a sunny Christian rejoic- measure' due to the lack of

favor of the enemies of God in what shacalls ing, songful happy than a lad. gloomy' leadera who could make it .. We' will endeavor to ,merit your
thp Lord's work. Because she is in despondent Christian It makea one keep it ont of ruts. It is not g

a partnership with Sodom she cuutot. know owu life sweeter and more beautiful difficult to find those'who' patronage. ,
,... the blessing of the Most High God..pos- Thtn it makes others happier A I

esaor 4. Then of heaven the people and earth.of the land weakened gloomy wherever Christian ha A casts dark Christian shadows U prayer very bard meeting to get occasionally just the right H. H. COOK Local Mgr. I
goea sunny IJ
the hands of the people of Judah and the head of the various ,
a benediction to life he
'troubled them in every touches. interest
building. People can who'have knowledge of Fine Stationery
C Say and do very hard and cruel and wicked -Friendships of Jesus. leadership When you find.a p .

:things when sutan gets control of them, 1 ted for president or any otter ,
f. All Things Sew. t
and the most wicked and cutting and kill-
don't because the term
change :
lPg things are not always said by the on-, Bating the mind of Christ let the ? I
yodly, but by those who profess to be tbeLord's days find you bearing cue another's pired. Keep in office' the i r
fitted for the work. Rotation .
people and perhaps are I have j burdens or filling the hours as theY1J8118 ,
} known those who have been much usui'cf I with a beautiful service which shall be may.wreck all:usefulness. Don't S ,
God allow themselves to be used of the for the sake of change.: ,
of Order
j as: gifts gold frankincense and myrrh
dovil to try and hinder the Lord's work
"
toy misjudging, and saying mnkin3 and j laid again at the feat of Him who came Not what a' is'able' to ,

; nntnia- things of the Lord's servants. I to cover our sins with forgiveness and man.. .. ,
Oar lord has told UI that we shall base to make all things new-1 Much what ne actnauy Established 1875. I

tribulation and shall ,suffer purstcutioD! I Chambers measure of his practical value v :

and He has said, -'Woe unto roy wbuu &111 sphere of action. Will
Inn shdl speak well of you." Dor to Succeed. ."An engine of one cat power William A. Sours & Co. .
6. t*And hired counselors against them t Whatever your sex or position life la all the time ia more effective ,

to frustrate their purpose all tha days of a battle in which you are to show your of 40 horsepower standing idle.

Cyrus, king of Persia,even until the reign pluck and woe be to the coward. Despair l! '
of Darius, king of Persia.'? So did they and postponement are cowardice Procrci.lom. Grain Garden Seeds and Ferizifi ,

with Stephen and Paul and even with our and defeat Men are barn to succeed lime wu thruk from whit wu t i iNo.

Lord Himself, and Stephen and our Lord not to fail Thoreao. From fear el what YOU. ,
< wu wronj; ..
6 EAST BAY STREET'r jACisosvitte:, FLa 1
i were slain by their enemies, yet God was 1 would not brave the Bind DillS&cauie

f f glorified In them. In the case before us Begin Thy Reign.Come the lot ws ItIOtIIo .. ,
! ;- tho enemies were successful in causing the Lord, end
i work to cease bj force and power; but itflag Bong the long- tarn looked not to da;. But And now I cut that Suet asses We handle only the Bed and most Sellable Seed A complete Stock Ol 1

only for a time, for the work was re- Oil. shy tbm ol sorer lame aside; "
, ,_ yeah ciiting bus
Such dread of ain wu tdaleaoq. Corn Oats Flour Bran Wheat Grits -
lame and the building was finished and These tft ol delay Suck aim at Ilea,ell wu pride. Hay, ; ,
.. dedicated, to God with great joy (chapter
Com, !, for Thy saint, atilt wit Meal Cotton, Seed Meal Both and Dark.AT
Bright
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be discouraged
: it 14-10)) Let us never Bo when mj Barioar l calif: I ritt ; .
Daily ascends the
!' pecffusq of our enemies, for if God be for The sigh; And calmly: do mj best,. .
Spirit and \ha bride
; as who can be against us? The work may Dost Thaw not lieu their tj ayfCome eoine, Leaving to Urn, with silent eyes -- WHOLESALE '
seem to be hindered but when God says. 01 hope and fear the reel
.'1 will'work; and who shall hinder It"Tva and berfo thjr relgl Stile Agents for Tygert-JiUift Fertilizer Go..
1 pep, | mount where Be hu Ut I
( .-zllf. II) howcanwebodiiKouTagedr Of everlasting peace; I. .
.. Ilea emu* my ailing 0'';. Star Braid PertiliMn-GuraBtefd AMlyiia Oramce pee ud VcirrUlite Fertllitfr. Pets
Tbo Lori wtU perfect that which concern- Com-, take kingdom to Thyself 1, I know'them, yet'thuuKk'aebt I Kroaad Boue Nitrate 8o-i., Uariaie of Fotasb. :atphata VoUuB, Kaait etc Thaw Fertilizer ..
fth us (Pi. cuniil, S), thereto we will Great King '"l rigkteoueneaa.ftwttus. 1 lore Hi* precept* non bare BO Superior ia the Market,and a trial will cooTlne
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44 'THE. ,MIDSUMMER' .HAT." ., -" SUMMER... SANITATION- .- 'City Directory- ,'* TT*fj :':: BARGAINS worth BUYING-

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*!...._CMWB ..* Glory>t the' After lael.mas Ie......... Care at t10 J.* -.

:1..-.s. -. .ee.a1.a11."Totleis.. ._. ;'>c' ; Cellar Be*riaert .. Etc.' OFFICER -AT-
,Jf f 'Somewhere in the dim epaeetiof fenlinine The cellar, well drained: and aired WlMtON WHUXUia.Mayor .- ,; r .'_ r .

.w! forgetfulness the sailor and alpine must be kept free from rubbish and CEO.1'API; S.'C.AD JO5ES'VMS.Clerk AsMMoraxf : r J a r ,. ; z': '. r

;: bate recount their.past glories and await especially from decaying: vegetables and THE BOSTONMRS. STORE .
: .the eaU to'duty again.. ,The duet of the other foods. Frequent cleaning out the BOARD OF ALDERMEN: '.. v .
ahelf Ilea heavily on them: while and sweeping the waUs.are' C EO.W.PUTTER..,... --.-- President '-.. < '
top corners essential o.i4.
|P .. D MATHIS < _::: .
BEACH -J. .
JOHN > .
the strawboard.. the, telt sundown and All 'kinds'of food including :
BEAMNING J. HANDELSMAN is here for thenext"week
: J. A.STRAWDERU AKCEO.U .
the>> languishing leghorn .are:riding a vegetables should .be kept from the CARL SCHJU BNICL*-, ..:.. B. M. POTTER .,. .' "" ". '. : I;
very tall wave; .popularity.;; e ate lightJellies and canned fruits ought Council meeting on the u1.and jd Tsesday in .' and will sell
in the heat of the kgboin aeaaun and to be stored in dark copboarda. Window each month,at y.p au.County .
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bravely doea the tried and treaty shape! enough to air the cellar and Dry C

{' beer ice honors. It ia apart of the picr screens for all of them are essential If ... .
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) toiesqne renaissance, and it ie 'just,aa the'sashes ire opened at sunset.and remain Clothingaods jATCOSTi!

',. <, much the crown and glory'of the after u until the next day's heat, then Directory.COUNTY ,;;A Advertisers i !

/*. noon"mnalin'Wilet as .the ttarched'cotton closed to keep in the fresh .air.,it will. ; < + Shoes

..,. petticoat1 ia.'\ita. cornerstone .and be much cooler than if open ,all day. t OOOOOOiXXXO()OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOCOME
.. loondatioo. But to remain closed continually to OFFICERS.A. .
The women who tie their legboiooa breed foulness and diaeaee. Lime scat E. IIKYSJklL.. ?___ County JsJgt ONE, COME ALL,.TO

by means of tulle or black ulvrr'sttinga tered in the corners will conduce to &.i. QUWBT, .. CintaULoond&tBT. '

are ,legion but yoo :*. cult keep the cellar free from mold. A damp R. TAYLOJL-i>rowcuting Attorney YY,110Use the THE' B0ST0N ST RB
I CHILUNGWORTHSheriff
t obliged to use strings with cT ..t eieepting basement is a disorder breeding spot. Y.tGltl1BJUt'l> ... _Tax Aeseaeoe I .
the mild poke _bonnet that bH The refrigerator is too often a pest
H.J. A.STUOHY.......... .Tax Collector MRS J HANDKLSMAN.Prop
rather ctptifated the modiab pnblic. A i and a menace. Few domestics or theirmistreesea E. H.DIMICK'.--......, -.-.Tremin-f ". MARCUS FRANK Manager. ...... JfllDi &[9C
set in life ia al ,
ice _
; leghorn properly up realize the importance of WILL H. RCSSEU Snperviaur of.KegbiratbmrRAXKLYiSHEEN. .
x' \ ?we4 to drape ita brim u the whim otter cleanliness. From'observation the ; ..... Snne>or .
l writer ia certain that four ont 'of five Z.T.MERUITT.-9npt..VmUie"lutro t..*. -

.refrigerators are e.dremeIY.IIDwboleo- COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Columns 'of Ocean Steamship
some. Ice nnrinsed is covered with ball Company
x.V. rlTT .%hatraas.._._ Lake M crthO. .
fetid woolen cloths, the zinc inclosore LAIXIIAUT. .- __ .PalBtBeacfc -

is superficially)) cleansed and in it are' W. J. SIJ'tKK, ? .__.C ooaau& Grow .' "SAVANNAH LINE." i

set rank'emelling foods while yet warm R. E.HcUO.VA U ____.___ W.v. -: S_
I to contaminate milk batter and other w..v. RDSHI:\G....;. ___Keptune.VommiMUouen .
1 couMstiblea. Every second morning at wet t m regular seaniun OB ". it; ; r*" '.: Florida %

least all food should be taken-out .and the[ first Monday: in each month '..' :'. 4. *.

t the entire refrigerator with its elides FLORIDA LEGISLATURE : THE To New York And Boston.

F and drain pipe scalded with strong hot ItEtf IIU PROM DUI POIIKTI.B ". ,

soda water. When this ia quickly followed N. I'IMIC :.Palm Iteach__..._.Senator .
s. by a rinsing of cold water, the F.K. tlORSK. UU>mL___,. Representative A.Short_Bail Ride to Savannah, Thence

packing will not be sufficiently warmed COVN7, .- SCHOOL BOARD. '. .t A Short Sea Voyage. I
to melt the ice. Milk and butter thank SCrEBlHTENDBMT OP PCBUP INSTBCCTIOX f

be set upon the bottom of the refrigerator Z.T. U I fcRRITT_..___._.....Uiton CUyHUKHH .'. Sailing from Savannah:

; and nothing in the way of eatables or acaooL SOIBD. TROPICAL 5 Ships Each Week 5.

l should be placed .in the receptacle J. W. IAt1SON.hainBa..COdOA...&GrereK.g.KISC. !

devoted to the ice U the latter be in. ?..w- ._-.J. ik.. *_ __ _._
closed in paper outside of the woolen S.tV.caaNFTr.. ....w..w J11poIUIIO All tic .ei* agents and hotels are suppnea" win sail'03; acnedntes. write for je-'

A untUJlc 0' ru PI Tl1lWQUL '. fabric(which needs a semiweekly scalding -, oral information sailing schedules stateroom reservation, wr call cm
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;t' fakes .it, bat the brim is always half 11" -
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l faced with a epotted black net laid 00 ), it will melt more slowly than uth .' :, : E. H. HINTON, Traffic Manager WALTER HAWKINS, Fla. Pus AgtN .

l' t. !lacy Around the crown a fold of taffeta erwise. A glass jar of drinking water : SUNCLAIM Savannah Ga. jMksonrilU.: Fla. 6-ICMJI 1
V: of /good cheerful currant red. cerise or may be kept'tn the ice chamber to be State Directory; .JI .
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used in placed a small glacier in the
; ;- lobelia.bhw Ii laid with one spread of .
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l$ lace over tt.-and then'the floral decora pitcher.In t ,. '.. Do You
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. the kitchen (the boiler that far. I EXECUTIVE E DEIARTAIEHT. :t
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ticn nftaaed in front '
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,I A handful if of roses, hearty full blown nishes steam for the household) cleanli w. u. BLOXII AM. ... ....... ,.. ...tiovvnor ,, We have them to Sell, w STEAMBOAT! a
nesa, cleanliness and still cleanliness i il IN.). L. VUAWFOUQ.mMv;>> ecretiury of State awe OM band tosait,we eaa build
red beauties with a helping of violets.U Just what Ton want.
the watchword, above all times in rqldsummer. \VM. H RKYNUIGS..Comptroller
thi for bat that late ,
proper posy a Every closet, corner receptacle JAMB) B. BITFIELD ._ .......Tr llluruWII.R. d
be vied with a variety of muslin cue General We are alas PreparedTo
sink dUb and cloth ought to be LAMAR.Attorney '
tamea. or even more admiral-la U forward W,N.SUE ATS ...Supt. t-aUic butractioB ,. Furnish .
kept immaculate. Constant must be the I .
ornamentation in tnfts of tinted L. n.WOMRWKLJ..eoa.AJI'ltlil&1ln .,. "
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russet and warfare against dojt debris dirt and I PATRICK UOUSTON__ General
grain, ripe rose plummy Adjutaat
I pnrplea. 1)QW crowned wide brimmed insects. In these days everything is I W H. MII.TON.1Jl_.:.... Surveyor-General. Pumping Outfits' for Irrigation.Write .
t. much
straw or felt palled down rakiahly i alive and of that life spite of Office at Tallahassee. Florida.

over the brows and ornamented with a the Bindoo belief is inimical. to human U S. SENATORS.J. ., It Is The : '
remarks
welfare, Good
crows band and one long'white goose Housekeeping, R. TAVIAFERKO._._. _.Jaekaoavlll or call on w for Anything In }

,, quill constitutes the .proper outing the source of the foregoing practicaland 8.K. ALLXJR V_ .._ ....... .l'eDllllecla I < : '. ". Our Line that you need. .
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timely paragraphs.fismmer
headgear. U. S. CONGRESSMEN.UOBT .. I "

Why women .have taken eo cordiallyto .\V.DAVIS ... ..... ratafia Merrill-Stevens Engineering Co.
erle. .
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.ihaat skrachy looking flnta it ia bard U.8PAKKMAN ..,.,? .. .f. .. ... Tampa . ,
. to pay for not one.P t.them can endure This is an excellent trio for nainsook
the merciless summer buttering nnder cambric or perchance silk. The chemiseis SUPREME COURT jlJ GE$ ': JACKSONVILLE FLA.Jacksonville .

the .stood shaped to fit the figure slightly two M. H.MABRTr....,....... 1... JuMict BESi .
which alpine w sturdily
np F. B.CARTER ,.,....... .AiaO iate Justice .
. of three tncka .
nor look the wind in the ey.with the groups accounting for -, I.a,y8 PlUl"II'IO Marine
Railways
R. F TAYLOR..__ ....... v: _
I Bantk self confidence' the round the slight fullness in front while the r r .

ailor. .Tbeaa wide fellows need fresh R. R CO.Mill JSSIONERS. !t'q'f i .
H. E.:DAY. Chairman?.?_?? ?...Galne dlle -- -

utterat JlMORGAN_ m..._.._.._...._;..JaAPU
J..IL .aVAN_?...._.._SCbiPmee BUDDED CITRUS TREESRAISED
do ihiekl the eye( delightfully and are V- ._
JOHN l. NE SLEV.J Uerk..M ..Arcadia ; -
J far lighter on the head thau tbelr conqnered ; and of -
Headquarters. office the Bucrd at TatUhaHsee. Adve ON-
i rink lays the New York San. i i g .

In whose reanme of faebiona occir the .SPRUCE PINE BIDGE...

r : interesting abatements and tithatrat lone .. ., -.. .
ben given.' : Wild Lemon and Sour Orange stock Also full lice TROPICAL FRUIT and

;,ORNAMENTAL STOCK. JOHN B BEACH West Palm Bwch Fit '.>
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For day gowns nothing looks fresher or ,J. ." < n--.
11a ,
:. w prettier than white or white \ :
: or serge

.; pique and quite'a gimple style ia beat COURT CALENDAR. : MEDIUM Florida East Coast Ry.TIME I

A perfectly plain skirt with a fair (Seventh Circuit.) .

:r- mount of fnllneaa may be, worn with' H. 8. JONES ...,.......i. ..._ CllCmtJUOfC. .
, ; a lawn or cambrio bk>nae in pale pink. J, D, UEtitiS ...__..... State's Altoroex TABLE NO. 21. IN EFFECT JUNE 11. _' ,

t, blue or green. A coat ia by no meaDS SPRING TERM. va
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0ol Count. lilt Monday in March. EGCTH BOUND tRead Down loaTH BOUND (&M4 Cp).
: but it be donned occa .
necessary may + .. ,
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Orange .s '
: atonally when the air ia freah by riveror I11\ ,I I o.Il1"U. STATIONS. No 'Dl1aiI: .
a Lake 4th .
> ) chore. The ahapea which are moat .. Oi .: Ix tU ..
''I. .' the abort boleros. Volntia W A"rtl.Drertrd Any ,Qhi3.lids!Leave...... .._....jarkwnTiU..._..........AniT.LMT. $ WICoe "
: Worn at present are u'lA Uh" ..,< t4 s1SpwRm'3niv.: ': ..............Augusiuie............... iK
which are first conaina to Etta jackets Dirfe M lilt UumUy afar 1th HUB- /alploMs'Le.vr.' .. ......... ... .Atll:1IIIlAL..Anh* IM> $44ta.r
and which'very often clear the waistline day in April. : a5lpllp. ....... _..:.....Ba>>Ilun..w\e ISfy //4s COROlf*:

at the sides and back and comedown TRIO IK )lAINSO &, CAMBRIC OR BILK. FALL TERM 4. S I tetp l1 bas ruve....._.I'a..lb t ....... ..... ...xHI Li. *

to a point in front and the little shaped yoke band, drawn with ribbon Oarenli County,1st Monday in October. I !. a H'Ip 11104. Lea e:... ......... I'L.IU..t.' .... rri' Of : COROlfADO rH 1
does with the need of M .t dip :::::- Arrive ... .. .. :.>11I )J.tro .. .......w r ... 11M
which away any open Orange M
uck coat are quite loose fitting ing. The nightdress is arranged with a Late 4th ... ...{I- llatsu............._.... -mr. ADO I
and exceedingly comfortable. .. o' el .l Paialka: .._.........7"Leav I 'rr.t
yoke under the sailor collar by means \'Cllutll. ill 4 Nov. WEEKLY : rI P f tap p .. (>rmi>..................... 1 r' t 13atl ADOBEACH. ;
;, TlUUr Made tie", U Colored Linen. M PAPER fOO'ILetlVe..t& ..... DAYTOWA.ORMOrD
> of which all superfluous material on Bre\'llrd" Ith 'Mia Dayiona.. ........ .It I4 a :
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Enormous quantities of_ tailor madecostumes the shoulders Iii'avoided and is\ trimmed let Manila, after the lib Monday 11: te /hip 8o5p ... Verrw..4." I 1s.1.Dap tm* .

are now being turned out in in common with its companions,. in November, c. I 8 alp; :J r p .. .........._., OAHiU. .................. ft* {* : .. ; tte'
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GOVT SIGNAL. SERVICE DEPl. a .. .Ti.a-Tt.) ".S i
, colored linen especially in red or washing with deep hemstitched frills and insert "riU .................Ci' ORMOrD j .
I blue or lavender, says the- New tion. through which beba ribbon ia ran. J. w.tRUNK. ...... obaenerOWnitory a 0.., ....:., lioI-p .. ...........;........(tII/Oa. S..I" ... .
at Jupiter| Inlet.COVT .. e ... "Up ............... .P x-k .. I ,
York Herald in ita European edition The. knickers are cat on a French d u ......4 Up ".. .................I=.16e111e................ 12 ...... Hw
Cycling costumes are very netful and I model iiiburing ease and a perfect fit LIGHT HOUSE SERVICE. : y L'_ In The ; !..41 ...'.. .tip ....... ....kHbonne..... .. ... ... U2ip: .... ;
becoming when made of the same f...t/V. 11 ..*.J...._...*..n.,. ..._.....*.. ; .n... 4i7p .. ..... .............&. e'and ................ 11.. HiDAYTOWA. I ,
very u. OU.e -- .1 a+'1 ................j-ftsti n_................ Ilk* Ctl tN
A DrlletoB Cheese JAMES A. ARMOUR. ..?. ,_.__._K8l'IIt"' "f"".. ............ ....M. Lntne! ................ : 1VU .... "!
; % J. A. WELtS. ... ...... ... UlA-wibUnl p a" .1 i I.p) :............._.Fort Hurce.. ............. .io.i i
1 delicious cheese may be made with .....r.?. .., 14 641p1! .............._....E elt .................... 10 U :.
' BFNJ. WKLI3. M AwiiUnl 8 .. .. ... .. ... ........ "
i one cupful of fresh cottage cheese. Put Ef 'a' 54p ..... .... Jensen ; W ftttll v .,-
'-; a 200 .. ................... Siunrt................... titI
U. i. LAND 1411I e3t.pi '
i it into a piece of cheese cloth.and press OFFICE. ily I .. ................H..lJe tHmndyWnrt ................ Ile" 'naUy0aEn fS
i f fI i. out all the liquid. Add to the drained n.s.CHUan. .__._. .. _Register 0 EiT111 'i' opt .4 ..... ....... Jointer............... a
I i ..,.. I. cheese heaping tablespoonful of Par. Offli'!g at ineaville. \ori"a. g 1Tw': .. .............Wt!>It Palm beach.......?... .SSflir. d I
r. I a a 124.; 8fitp ................ .. .EuTBlon.Delia .......... .... tltait,lVllp14s !
f''I '. niesan cheese, a saltspoonfnl of salt a STATE or FLORIDA. 14 84w, : .............. .... ................ : 13ia1I1.9
dash of paprika one tablespoonful of te4tde' a&p, .............Tort Laudwdale.............. .. ..
[ lltA'IO' ........r..Lciuacasy..M..4 /r4.Ih A .
I >',:' cream and a couple of ounces of melted W .t.AIIJtlj: p'> Errive...... .. ...... Mwtui... ............. II:.. iiorIM

r'r'n.. butter Mis. these ingredients well together BKT\\KKX: SKW SMVUXA AND OKANiiH CITY JUNCTION'.
and preen the juiiture: into small ,
'k. No.SNol. STATIOXd. 1lu. !i
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balls of the size of a walnut and serve t t # a -a r a a &tl-1!1e la'_.......... ... ..........:New "11rua.. ....... ........ Ar -._ sbAv8Wpillrla'
with a salad When serving with crackers ....... ..................L k"Helea ................. .........L, U:?Wp! 4K9&pU3Ba
0 : ......:............... :Orange flty .. ........ .......... ,host( l 4Ha405i
some chopped water cress or para- > 1I4AsAr.......... H ..Orani{u&ityJua.1ioa.: .... ......,....... ,1I .iI!
it fJ f lay added. to the ether ingredients is ilia All train.beiwitn New: Smyrna and Oraa<"City Janutmn; Deity.seapt uadrij1IITWe .

J improvementHonaenold > X IIIU...V ILK .%'D "ANK III.-
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Brevities. FirstGlassJob AdvertisingRate -1 tA.a L.................................. ................. ................. >&;
A wrinkle given by a country woman t L* .....................................-)(IIU.*. ............ ........................ ArliT I a
8iba: ..................................... ()fees............. .................. II t'. .
ia that her way of keeping a cut cheese i Ala'' ...........................\. .mmerprise ........................."...... "
from molding and spoiling ia to wet a fur ..................... .... .EuterpiiseJr.etIu a....,...... .................. \!! :..
and .w..Ar.:........ ... ...... ........ ..Nufol"l. .. ................. ........ .. liV* '
piece of cloth in vinegar wring it -
Printing Sheet AU ti aiis between Tito rUle and Sanford Daily flee 4 hr.n A jr.
ont as dry aa possible. Wrap the cut

cheese in this damp cloth. Then roll it. KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

in and in cool
paper keep a place.
"Th steamers ot the Florida Baud Ou-j t Stonnnhiy Ouat-any"" .l'pulD1t'CI to..U a.folknra .
Saucepans should always kept bottom -3&0..lIbll.p k'r.m 1t ami H:30 p. m. Tuee lays and Fridays j
upward and without their lids. At the San Office. say ..f Key W rat 1SO p. m. WedueaJay.! aud S,tturlay* Teats U co seats
If there ia ao proper pot stand they \Vr.." to cud wits aieam.r.
should about inch Will be Sent on Ap- true' K-y .W...! Frum Key West! 3.30 p. m. Wednewity. sad SatartUya Arrif
project one beyondthe
Igr...I. Mumi!):OO*.uL Thursday,aiiil uod.yteostt"atowill; tnuaTt,
edie of the shelf or board so that I ., ..n t ."fI n.t..... 3 m u n I .1 Th.h..._. 1I !
at,......It l "31 r -- a. --- & tayw Arn. .y
BLOC Um'CVCUSG DBESS. the air can get to them freely and,, a | Welt i p. m. JUda"llu 1 hur..uy.*. L-are K., lust t B. >4
thus treated they never acquire a : lame duya ArriT. lUraua 8 a. m. Tae .lay* and FridaI'
material 'A model of this style ies flavor, however long unused. aID'H.v. From HaTau*. fctilnm ttirvct for MiniuL 11 a. m. T......'.
abown. The jacket ia what ia known asa musty plication.? ant Key W..t.and FtidayaithArrlre Miami I a. ... Wednesday. &.1&.1 aN-ol" _
''Ye ton'' shape fitting lightly and Cl shelves and floors washed with t'l
black hot water and cayenne pepper will tend !Tnef Time Table show the time at which tratniami buat. m*,he ipnet llorrtv. W
ornamented with narrow banOaof depart from the avveral Nations and vorta bat thou arrival or departs al the t.... I
and white cot on the crues. to keep away ants and roaches. Borax stated M not (inaraateed.dons the Ownpaay hold itself ravpuuiiibi. "toe Bay delay atcwuoqoeAoe. an, .
divided skirt in which the division and alum may be sprinkled nnder the "... ..... arUtasf theratrout. J
The or' .- ;,'. v for copy of local time card call at Ztt west Bay Street,Jaebua, le.or IMruI !
shelf
of
ali tar
nnderlayer
shows very little ia trimmed in paper ... >. P. BBCKWITH,Traffic )(&Oa48r. J. D. BAHJiKB. A.O.P. At '}
the lime meaner, bat the band which paper is effective W. E.: MITCHELL, 8tSUBSCRIBE AlIoCllati ;,
runs round It is rather wide. Beneath Half a dozen ordinary marbles such ,

J the rates ''jacket is a fancy cambric as boys play with bobbing around on Shoe Repairing Ntatly Done, Bar .

boat for preference with collar turned the bottom of a kettle of fruit or juice ness Sewed and Repaired. .. .

down and sailor's knot scarf of white, that ii being cooked preparatory to
blue black satin sky blue for jelly canning will lessen the amount Out-of-town customers will receive
'sky or or

ape preference trimming or of else the cf bat the ame color aa cf iigiiiiiiiii stirring necessary to prevent born- I promt nest il1g. door attention..north' of Shop TROPICAL on" :.Olive Soy. Street Build.8,18 .Ik FOB THE SUNr ;




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week. No" finer bathiDg'beach.cu supply to meet.the emergency, wasconrttopsry ,
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i 'rnJ ) 'his point.- He Hears. Everything. Everything this competitor failed to, receive his b.r.I....,
.
Oar bee-keepers report an unusual He Kesri*. supply and'sent over to the factory to ", an4RSoek4ks. I !

4i amount of thistr. The frequent _. purchase some ice to make up his short. .
honey
: & AI A special rate of $uoo has been 8,1".1'1 .. vt...;. w
showers rain'tbc summer haveno age. _He was curtly refused the privilege
., 4 past from West Palm BeacA for the
arranged
Meyer Contends That Darkens Is Hint, Cnna-it-Betk* d*feHrt..
T doubt aided 'materially in keeping purchasing a single pound. Of course round trip;with low Err.L. Frr*J* c*tUxst*v, .......
Bitter a correspondingly .
Is Swtet, Salt Is Fresh, Tall Is
Service ...
MBday atq. u c
the of this refusal was to injure emy
flowern the all-im. purpose
bloom to supply' Short er That Wronf light. rate from intermediate points. Tickets b2lJacciLggD.M.
''Vi' portant sweetness for the busy workers; tie business rival,.but merchants are KiorukJiJuua U as*. Mw.ittw *a- -
... A- good from Suaday night until Tuesday the. Sect**, aad t'oarU WtJMwUjr *rh
Resident visitors to the Boynton Hotel well able to judge of the methods of a morning. oataj. JUv. L. P. HutMV,UrataT.

'p : Some people complain d physical man who asks for and receives ,favors W.t. Aaa&l'aQJlliofa.. kcm.ar,.,
grounds are respectfully requested not All business houses will be closed in
indisposition:, others of the mental variety when short, and refuses like,treatment
to pick the coCoanuts, an unusual numb the afternoon. 'Holy TrinityWntPaiaBma 1UIC. L
oc_ ; my 'plaint is a mixture of each, |to the'Zone who had previously been I ,
r of which grace the\ pretty eocoa. nocaAKX& ,
i or something alitt1orse.-doinright : them.
S palms in the park. It is desirous to gentleman enough to grant Grand Parade, starting promptly at &cnaoa: will U hrbt reiraUrif *mj teate;
S J .i been ..... :
laziness. Whatever it may have I *' at I i pat. ill)*MW-eepucfcara. MEnnua
: reserve them for winter tourists. 2 p.. nu forming on 13th street facing aa4 fwurtta Stfrct. 1LeIr. L. 5s.jarnesHm4wUlLuscbarpo1tMsessrss..
!have'been off duty for a few weeks, but .
the above .
I frank to that
for Now am say west. North to 12th street east to -
J, F,.Berk. Record Keeper Boys '
4 I've "bin a-seein .
S an' -.hearin'thfnxsall incident is circumstance to the LADIES' GOLD meets*my FiUcv t *vj*
:;::. IS Tent No i, K. 0.-'". ')t. has made application the time" and here are,a few that that not a I Palm avenue south to I4lh street, west II- ... M."Gn L.KuCAUl'Rn.
the. M1LC.zlDstLSaaeU.s7.w
treatment
to hiadquarters/pr the rot have everyday patrons I Avenue C, north toad street west to

THE TROPICAL SONS broom," to which we are entitled by impressed* .me. '* 0 (not competitors but customers) here Avenue D, s nth to Hotel Miami B.CbdMh, *."**. I

reason of having the largest number blbenifidal I had to suffer at the hands of this same ist. Mayor and Chief of Fire Depart Saidajr Scbuol* .. S..awl Kpwf-Ti"' U**>* I
of in the As the Man On The Corner ambled concern in days agone. .It would take mentinca-riage. S j p. m.. every 8jlzr. General tnrcr MMt* '
members any Tent ..
avaMigi at ,
Tbo-Mlay rLa
lag 1ft
: State.. Sir Knicrht will' remember, their, down Olive street to Banyan he- noticeda columns: space to relate incidents and id. City Council on horseback. meetingt! Friday aftrfiugM alS. PraMfetax***. I
--' --- ---- ----- ----- ----
<> iron ricrt 11'> .-..] awl thint fct.. at .
large cast water trough erected: circumstances familiar to scores of the r sad
obligation and give no commission man 3d. Miami Cornet Band. ounuk u a. .aod r.w p. ... !a tiw **ea.4t -
by the side of the'street, and learned business men and citizens of this.town. i 4th. Miami Fire ta order for this Department.5th.
an tomatoes comming ..
fore tI. regular dirtae HerriWe wtaZ4 be
that J. Liuther, had placed it. there But for these well known facts of historyno
:1'f BOYNTON BREEZES., season, unless he wilfirst Secure a certificate Business 'Houses of Miami represented atadtohavayuapnsratroiaeuatasdbalpu.lThe
: f for public use u well Is "private conve outsider could ever have come into Fourth $Matey ,- rvttt will U bcU at
5 of good standing in the way of by floats. LiBtata at II .. m. Al UJPUl.... aSS JIo"
':0.r. -5- psIS fiance This will be appreciated by all hold of three
and T
taken
the town fully A.t Uu111 II-
with the official seal of 6th. Mechanics. m.Ke
paid receipts
2n.. SUB CorreipundeBt* Cullretlon oi up *. J L W 6UU. "*** .
who drive horses in to and its is
or town fourths of the local trade. It
.\ "Boynton Tent No. i. K. O. T. M.'" or more 7th. Citizens on .heels Everybody :
;- : x... JiotM About Qu }Iit.lliaborsSouth'
,
early completion will be hailed by them sad the methods ol
'
a ou
affixed. If this rule is strictly adhered commentary requested to turn out. Congregation Chimb.ttrv. S
of r.. with satisfaction. It is credit to theaforesaid .
'concern should
a be
S that such
.. to, there is no reason why onr Tent any or A .oo Rocking Chair, will b* given s, U fAUfc rub*.

S should reach the coveted '" citizen's thoughtfulness: that could; be. No, my friends, I don't call for the best decorated float II $ nki.it1s.m.ai47oop.ns. ....4t :
': .Ta..tcar.SIDI, : not 400"mark .,,;. M.kA.4 ti.,. t-n .cIeiit.. !- y- ''-- ,.--.-- ,.2 ."... appearing ia I'ICII.G! aad ..... n h114i II a aS t. .. *.
-- ---- -- % a -----. in me ut tuai '
S yflb' ,11 language; the Ckrilia Chdmivor
-__ before May 1st, 1900. parade. M.ti p.> M. ft** *
1 S C. B. Chase and family have returned a '. it i great character student-"it's the natur'of itertlux WtdDf'lllJ: *l T p .. "..
.
with floats
Everybody
Aside from the saurian Inhabitants of are !requested
from a visit to their old home Laporte. How sad it is that the humane workof the critter." to assemble in" 5-- :
on 1310 street time for
I S : Spanish River, J. F. Berk is nursing a St.ADn'. CathalUBrgiBBltti Cbu",
Michigan near East Saginaw. that noble Clara Barton is !
pet of an entirely different species, fed woman the Marshal to start the parade promptly. .Uk tawtay.. ....." IJtL there
: : Information received from Mr.: and bread and milk so soon to end. What an !impress for S I am pleased to note the erection of a at a o'clock. Will W HoJ.r X.. lad feerao nor? fra.4ykt

_ V MIL W. H, Cox says they will return principally a sore on finger, akin to a bone-felon poultice- good has her life left on the whole neat tence about the grass plot at the Colored foot race on 12th street, free tn4 lOovtuck-kW.V*-|*M-rvfcv.*!B T'to'''UjrK p. m.U 'huIa4p.. *. 1

S S the erection of a new very world I How much she has accomplished .week with
to What
soon, begin or "ring-around." F. E. C. railway station. an for all, one prize of|2 50.

1-,1 : boose in order to have it completed b} for the relief of human suffering I In abundance of water. a supply of ornamental Contest betweenthe a hose companies :
The remains ef the wrecked schooner, HvinJng Stas 1a.d.. ft 41fisights .
::It- 4he time hurrying work begins. "Oh Kim SOCHI' have been carried half how many humble homes in every partof plants roses and shrubbery, and of Miami avenue B to C. Prize silver ., Pythias,

A letter .from R. S. Merritt, written the world are there hearts.that will the oversight of a gentleman of the HeeUcvMr Ptkky NIghtatSspa'dothMaa4.
- v a mile further south by the recent high beat with sorrow to learn that this goodwoman' and : cup.Bicycle aid tii,&.. VbttiM btth.,. rdhRy Iavfta4.
)%lifrom Moscotte, Fla.. states that he will tide and thrown high and dry the artistic' taste energy of the local race, ..enue.\ to D. Prize ca.te! 11aI1u"WIr" IIclIeDI aUding. ,

_ 4 S soon return to Boynton5with his family. upon has nearly exhausted her life agent who in consideration of his nat { .oo. Entrance fee, 50 cents. u. H&alanCoCoJI.
beach, .almost directly in front of the It'D)). Ja. It. ellt US, ansi .
:> Mr. Merritt has traveled, pretty well strength for the comfort of others I The ural modesty shall be nameless, I am Bicycle race boys avenue A to D.
Manalapan Cottage a little north of ji
,
.- S over the western and cential part of the strain of her exhaustive efforts in Cuba, sure this will develop into a feature 01 first prize la : second.. ii. Entrance fee..
here. It is certainly a relic worthy of a that stricken isle has marked the last S-tcriflct Cub SAJ .
State since leaving here last June but real beauty and attraction. With these 25 visit, and an examination of its con. -
:S .ty_ th.at he can find no place where the in all probability, of her active human- minor matters supplied I am anxiously loo-yards foot race two contestants ToOurIithoss
struction forms a most interesting study. : I
.general outlook and cropping prospects itarian campaigns. At her old home in and patiently I can) awaiting stepson from each hose company, one prize of
.In order
- S are is good as here. lIe also sends the Geo. Branning and family,our visiting Ohio she lies prostrated and broken, the part of the officials looking to gold medal. stock of Pall to make Goods room which for our ow bayef large

-S ",-!- aid intelligence that his brother, David, neighbors up the Beach, are reported as awaiting the end of a career that has the providing of that much-needed and lotvyards foot race, boys under 16. will purchase next month U New York.we .

,.: dled of brain fever quite recently enjoying their outing at Manalapan been as successful asit, was noble; as :lvngtalked-of waiting room for white One prize of $2.00. Entrance fee loc. will sell everything on hand At First

% and already Cottage. & far-reaching and world-wide it has passenger patrons of the road. Cannot Mule race, avenue A to D. One prizeof CostA
O. Larson sons are pre chAnce that
happens once a
S S parirg S ground for an early crop of to- A letter from Cullen 'Pence, our express been: non-sectarian aDd non-national. the management vouchsafe the peopleof Is oa, Entrance fee 50 cents. ReUEMbER-tlotuiBg. Dry year Gooda

tnatoes. The Larsons are deserving of agent, brings the. Information that : In all her labors she has known no this town this necessity to public smile Bicycle .race. First prize, and Furauhing at Flint leal824tf

S mach credit for the neat manner in be is speeding his summer vacation in creed, no race 'no country ,AU has comfort and convenience? Does not f 10.00; second prize $s.oo. Entrance SIRKIN'M. BAZAAR.Shiuwi ,

Which they are keeping their gardens. pursuing a business course at a commercial been done for, the great cause of human the business and patronage, freight and fee 50 cents. -Dey oughter- Inuntigat.datfuuer'Idecarpsebadead .

college: at Huntington, Ind. He ity, Her work has been Christ-like and passenger, of West Palm Beach entitle Colored Wheel-barrow race, avenue A

a John Rivers, in ch"" ge of Mrs. A. M hopes to return by October first to turn all nations have cause to call her blessed. patrons to this much consideration? to D, free for all. One prize of $2,co in ringer.1'ollusbIIsw's .
is huatkr dat? She
a
Gardner's ground quite ; va*
_ his baud to vegetable farming again the *
and is keeping things in fine shape gold.All buried from her own borne T
S. thousand coming winter The Man On The Corner'would like I I have heard no little grumbling on entries will be placed with thIS. .
anxious make
U to a 'I
John dollars from the summer crop in order V 4__ anyone interested (and who should not I the part of town tax-payers relative to H. Thompson.The Shin.-\, smoke up! 8b was s

to insure his position for another season. Party Leaders. I be) to take a peep. at the public school the $28 per month that for nearly two day's pleasure will conclude witha telephone girl.-Ex. <

lie certainly has a fine showing. rooms of this town. Note the bare, years has been donated one of the al. Firemen's Ball at Hotel Miami commencing For Sate At Rut UZaJIsII.

j The most pertinent thing that hail rough jot overhead; "the painted dermen for the keeping np(?) of direct at 8 o'clock. .. -

_ S /gogd many of our people have beenI been written lately in respect to political' walls the cheeriest, uninviting, aspect pressure at the water works in case Admission to Ball Room Gentlemen Stock of Merchandise Dry Cools

S.f, buy preparing ground and setting more leadership in Florida, 'is' the followingfrom of the place and then wonder why school supply of water should be needed instantly 50 cents ; Ladies free Notions Shoes. Ladle' and Cents' Far

pineapples this week. Slips seem to be Herald la AU the will be for the nUhings,' Jewelry Store FUtHrea, etc 5 Jt i
the Tampa ; attendance irksome. the children of should there be a fire. The pay. proceeds benefit Reason for selling other tasi&eu f

S a.,scarce.article- and are in great demand. "If u were'called upon, to state ithe the town! Of all public Place* that ment of nearly or quite $500 for-some, of the Fire Department of Miami.Sound maths time. I

I ": Tie, frequency of copious showers, greatest of the Democracy need aid of most Florida keenly we felt would want Should be made as cheerful aqdjtttractiveu thing we never or seldom had.is quite .- --. 8-17 J

.;:!. daring the past week has freshened up reply that it is a smaller number of possible,thcf school room' ..'should an item for'a town of the size of this. S "Why do jounwjT"i'' f

: Oar gardens and recently planted shrubs prominent leaders who 'submit to the come first True, Dade's County.School Never has there been a fire here when Advice. thrfr

;J aad trees wonderfully, besides extinI decrees of the party and suncort its Board Is indifferent or has been.. but w__...._.. _rgn1A.. M... haA..... _"... m..>Bnta1 ...vu.._) aa S Wedding I
--- -- ---- -- -- -- ---- --- -- w SbS -
*( "'l-dabing running,, forest fires set by nominees.' It might be conversely there is: a way to have things as they wanted. On one pretext or another the- The Redding (cat) Searchlight "Didn't you notice that be had th. ,
stated as a demand for brave eloquent tenders this piece of timely advice to iU pocketbook when they bought thaw
'railroad hands which threatened serious I
Democrats who enthusiastically should be. I have suggested it before, beneficiary of this fire protectlon)
consistent can -
damage. \Vhen will people learn to lead the party along the lines and again I mention the solution. Have salary has held on to his job and drawn readers, which we reprint without cow. oraugta from the trainboyT"Chicago -

*. exercise a reasonable degree of caution, that it is following in the State and this made a sub-district; have ,a special his monthly pend for which the taxpayers ment : New*. _ _
spiced with common sense, in promiscuously Nation. It is not enough that a man is "Buy goods from your home merchant -
I S dominated tax levied ,and get the school management have received nothing-and Just received a full fee of icy Urea at
Thousands of willing to be by the principles who helps by of taxation. to foot
the
fires? way
setting, of the party when be is seeking a !! as much as possible into the handsof wouldn't in a hundred years. In the Bicycle Hospital.

dollars of damage is done every year by I nomination at its hands. He must be a those interested in the school. Think opinion of many, and The Man On The the bill for public improvements and Bobby-How did the Sphinx get

these cmle&sly set fiie. consuming the living and zealous exponent and defender about this parents and patrons, and in Corner is one of the many, the "fire i schools. The very pavements you walk credit! of being ao wise ?
the of those doctrines. He must be the business man of town papa
\ rich vegetable and leaf mold acV npon your
the meantime take look at the "
: /chool called
a is I
i mmnlatlnn._.__. of r 1I1'II. 'whlfh.._.._ POVPfS__.___ our at the bead of the column. carrvin? the c ta; we are upon to pay h a 1..t...'y-. tn. fl2...." .flfl... .. en-I when_.. en._._. ...1.I.i .it. Mr. Morrla Bv kew>inir bin month
and ask bow
rooms it
v-- of
yourselves you to as
standard. instead of a straggler in the plain case humbug, put mildlyas
inches is it not a good idea to shut for three thousand *.-TitBite. :1
S forests te the depth<< of several rear, only catching up at camping time. would like being incarcerated there five possible. Legitimate taxes are heavy over encouragehim year S : -

and forms so necessary and valuable a "We are impelled to these remarksby days of the week during the school year enough, but this special fire tax is little by your patronage? When you
of tne attitude of men who are asking want a bill of dry goods or clothing
the production paying fee
a Suiu'at
All Wool
Blue
compound
less than a fraud, in my opinion-"and Serge ':.. o. at
and which the application uf commercial for the confidence and trust of th party what vour local dealer can do. We believe SIRKIN'S BAZAAR.
crop 'and whose friends are urging that they And right here it is timely _to remark there are others." 9 .

S fertilizers can sever fully restore. I be nominated for positions of responsibility that the School Board ha\e. for several it a it- it if you took youinoney in advanceto Freddy Li Friday the unlock;
And semi-occasionally it's theold and We local merchant he would give
yet, "'trY leadership. are gravelytold your
had all the they asked has its of iu the week
or'any size
the Hon. years money Bury town gang day
that So-and-so "accepts"the better bargains, take it all around, than
.ory. t dictum of the party in its platform? for. They have had the full legal limit bad boys and from what The Man On the city houses that send out such enticIng Cob_ glrer-l don't see how it caa
O. Larson and 'sons have the'banuersweet and has never voted against Us of Jive mill -and they should have it.
nom. I The Corner has seen and heard the town Trade at home all I he. Nobody t1lint. of getting mar
catalogues. by
pototo field in this section. The inees. We also notice that the enemiesof utilize the fund
How how
they
they is
; of West Palm Beach no exception to ried
vices look and the the party place no confidence in thoseprofessions. means for if you send your money out on that day.- Dd1..
to ,
are a s'ght upon _
fail to school I __
attempt (or ) supply, rooms the rule. Mischievous pranks'and boy.
We have plenty of men of of town for goods, get the goods and
you
yield will be enormous; several hundredS Boat building done right at home, lathe
with needful and aids to
apparatus, be overlooked
whom it is not necessary to ask any ish didos can often or '
nothing more ; if you spend money most approved manner good workmanship .
your ,
bushels to the acre. questions as to how they stand. Everybody teachets and pupils {3 another' question.A excused by "they are only boys, and at home you get the goods and leave and at living prices. Call oa

Funk Bros. have planted several hnn- knows they are sound on even contemplation of the lack of proper boys must have their fun." But thereis Capt. A. T. Rose.
and tittle of the law that the in a position to come
jot party they money your
paraphernalianecessary a limit, and that limit is reached
ate earntst believer and of
preachers done
Have at "I'm
way again. your printing afraid we roust divorced
gardens. They propose to have a profi. the gospel of Democracy. Let us have to successful: pedagogy is sufficient when the destruction of property begins. home. Stand for business enterprise [

table as well as serviceable windbreak. some of them to the front, and spend answer. There must be a changeof The treatment of the Club House and every my dear"said Mi. Newlywed to bill i:

The trees and shrubs planted on both 1, ss time asking questions and doubtingthe policy on the part ot the Board, else its furniture is one thing that calls for inyour town, no matter how hum young "if "The doctor nays I t
for that is the make
sincerity of the replies we receive ble, way to your
aides of our avenue dm ing-the past the citizens here must meet the emergency corrective measures. In Tampa the have rheumatic tendencies and moat
The Herald is exactly right. We have town grow. t
; "
summer will add wonderfully to its by the formation of a special Marshal arrested a bunch of these in. give up all sweet things. -Harper'. t

appearance, and. their tropical features too many would-be party leaders nowwho school district, as permitted by law. corrigibles and the Mayor sent tor their .1 Bazar.
are afraid to declare themselves I
will catch the of invading tourists: He stated his belief that a fine '
eyes upon national issues. They are simply w it parents. Pythlanlsm Lot Religion. You puncture 'em, we repair em; )ou t;

e 1L B. has the thanks of our A visitor to this week asked paid by the parent was not much of a break 'em down we fix 'em nrt, -it th.
Murray waiting just as they did in 1896, to see place last --- -- -- -- ---
benefit to the child and that "Pythianism the Pythian Tn- Bicycle Hospital : i
corrective says
tilixens for muchly needed repairs recently bow the majority goes. Instead of the Man On The Corner how we were

made on the small lighter in the jumping into the van and helping mould I to display the next storm signals we if the parent would administera thorough angle, "is a good religion." We have Old Gvntleman-Don't you thinkyou've ; I

canal used by foot passengers in cross. had occasion to ihe in chastisement with a strap, publicly, and heard others say, "If you will live up to
use.
public opinion, they straddle the fence only way been coming to we my daughter ;
big over to the ocean beach. Ltt him and agree to "abide by the decision of sight was for the proprietor of'one of before him as magistrate, the fine and the teachings of Pythianism youwill not Ions enough. !
would be remitted. Tie need a church." All this kind of expressions I Ii I
costs penalty
BOW repair the large team lighter and the blocks
the convention. They make no three-story to erect a flagstaff Man-Too I
open tear
i Young long air.
,
No who ,
and are Pythian
sensibly acquiesced the wrong.
he shall be doubly blessed. effort to influence the action of the convention from his roof. A bystander sng parents It
S effect of the lesson has been most understands the teachings of the'Order Why: she wants to marry me I-Town !
J. p. B.rk hopes to have a special as regards party principles, but gested the use of some .f the Park Fond & I
will claim that it is that it Topics. !
bad a religion, or
wholesome boys. :
attraction for the winter tourists at the stand ready to climb into the bandwagon for a new liberty pole to be erected in on Tampa's a < .

Hotel Boynton the coming season. The whenever it moves. Such men the place of the one broken down by teaches religion. At the very outset you SQUARE PIANO for sale at a bargain. : i

a ftew fad will; be a number of pet aliiatOrs are not Democrats ; they are dema. the last storm. Surely one .should be The Man On The Corner was surprised are assured that it will in no way inter Instrument in condition. Inquire at' j \
SUN OFFICE. !
fere with belief and this S-iS-tf
| which make their home in Spanish gogues, and they should be sat down provided somehow.- Perhaps some last week in an extended ramble over your religious ,

River coursing through the tropical upon everywhere. Let those who aspire reader of.this column can suggest a plan. to n to see how filled np this little burgh is true. The only point in religious doctrine "Girls are inveterate gambler*," be r.;.

park of the hotel grounds. Mr Berk to leadership and would command the I I S. it a really is, Houses of all kinds are taken which ,any member is required to asserted. 11,
S believe is in the existence of a Supreme
-* : wants to get them tame enough to eat support. of the voting_ masses._ .oroclaim_ _uu_ :_ ;__ ...f ._..a..._. _a_ 1_ .L_ ___ and there u a constantly growing demand ,-- .. "Prove it.." she___ d..mancllCJ._ _____ S I
'9 from the hands of the guests. Visitors themselves at oace. Let them say upon minity.JrPawa, a well* known"' uica citizen in me told coin for more cottages The same Being. Yon are not required to believe "Isn't marriage; a lottery; ?" he ill
I a in the trinity in a future life the inter
; ,' art requested not to frighten; or disturb what grounds they ask for support. Let merchant in condition prevails over in the colored Bked.-Chicaim Port. til
hearing,that he knewof
my
: cession of the saints, in atonement, in
the innocent creatures. and there population is
them take a hand in moulding the settlement only
political a Poinsetta street resident who dro..ehia foreordination, immersion or any of the No need sending away from home for 4JJ
The preach of Fall finds our principles which.are to be limited by lack of house room. I really
-opted
peopleS team up to a row beautiful. thrifty thousands of points which make any boats when Capt. A. T. Rose caa J||
astir, getting their gardens ready for in the next national platform. In Other cocoanut trees, in front of the residenceof believe that a house td house census wil) beliefs. The ritual of the up build you one as fine or as cheap as you

the early tomato crop. Many also are .I words let them be honest with the a neighbor against whom he holds show that there are not less than fifteen religious want. See him. and place l your order.
a Order does teach the moralities, and to .
preparing to build new lacking houses, pe>ple. People like'that kind of.men.- grudge, and let the animals deliberatelyeat hundred or sixteen hundred souls ForSaleatRareBargalas I
follow its will make better
aid Umber it moving to every directloa. i ensacola Journal. I within the corporate limits of this town. precepts you S

: At the present rate oi freightS -.. off the tops and leu'ca.of. the row of And there are many more who wish to men; but the teaching of religion is Stock of Merchandise, Dry Goods, S
trees. The merchant said that was Notions, Shoes Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings
Decorated left to the churches, where properly -
Tastefully Schoolroom their families here live
traffic we -hall soon require additional bring to as soon
pretty bad, and evidenced a pretty decided belongs. To make any other claim is jewelry, Store Fixtures etc.
alde.tracat this pout.S as they can secure cottages to rent. Reason for selling, other businesa demands
A page of pictures of "Attractive Decorations streak of meanness but that he I worse than foolish ; it is injurious to theOrder. time. THOMASON & Bxowx
lots the less prominent streets
,
on
Cheap
WhO Mill.be the first enterprising cap- for the Schoolroom" is shown thought the autocrat of the ice trade in with but comfortable cottages .-Ex. 8.3 West Palm Beach, Fla.

Ualutlo put up a nnaibrr of cottages at in The Ladies' Home Journal for September this town had a place somewhere near neat cheap

.)'ubu fot renUU ,) dozen or more The pictures are from photographs -- the head of the class. thereon will prove a splendid .. Wanted., '

.
would nu doubt find eager tak.rs during submitted in response to the a profit-paying investment to anyone Boat For Sale. A good strong S.clarinet
or
: the ming ..winter A number of appli.Various with money he may wish to place, with cornet
S prize offer made by the player who is either
Journal a short It seems that the local ice had a painter and lip
: have already ben made, time ago. The page is timely, and. found itself factory certainty of' immediate and good re Sloop boat, 30 foot long j i foot beam, writer, a baker or a carpenter, to correspond
presents unable to suppl its custom turns. S V bottom, in good condition and a good with S. U. '
If An tnusua'ly latge number of peopleS new ideas-for HAM-Jtaswrt ,
many making. the ers.. when the. factory. was shut down re Yours OH tAt Lookout sailor, is for sale. Address owner, Sec'y. Lake Worth Band

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